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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter MUMMMM4Z LOU1 Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JAN 23 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i ib J 1Jf j tnttnW M f r r U LAN s 4M 4 I htr ra t DRAM Stoves Stoves We are overloaded with them and are I Going To Sell Come and see ns be fore you buy as we will save you money I EASE LH EN The Hardware Man J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors 1 t i t I t r i i i tttttt 4 4 7 T Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward i THE HOME NEWS t t I ta Next Monday Is county court Candy pulling Saturday afternoon Continental Kettledrum tomorrow night We are preparea to print oil and gas leases on short notice Secure seats for the Continental Kettledrum tomorrow night Rev Geo Green of Evansville Ind will preach at the Fork church Sunday The trees in the Park have been top ped This insures good shade for the gang now hanging about the store stoves Ladies Aid Society The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs H M Ballou on Richmond steeet Saturday afternoon at the usual hour Business at the telephone exchange was interrupted for some minutes yes terday morning by the stovepipe fall ing What Mr Bastin said would not look well in print Epli Buys Play House Major E W Lillard editor of the Danville News has bought the opera house and will remodel same as soon as the present lease Rev L Robinson who has been spending a pleasant vacation of a few days with his fathers family in Nicn olas county will return Friday night and fill his pulpit Sunday morning and eveningL cat Option Bill We publish in full elsewhere in this issue the local option bill introduced in the senate by Mr Farris Itseems to cover the case and will doubtless be passed without any opposition Same Directors The same directors were chosen by the stockholders of both local banks at the elections last week The same officers were also selected The namesappear in the business of the banks published in RECORD Candy Pulling The Junior Endeavor will give a cady pulling in the Stormes building on Danville Street Saturday Jan 25 II V f Danville expires I I w rw I Preaching colds Tits Clearance Sale Our regular Clearance Sale is now going on This Means Bargains for everybody who will take advantage of this opportunity to secure seasonable merchandise at Greatly Reduced Prices Our store will be open on Monday Wednesday and Saturday nights only Balance of the week will close 7 oclock in LOGAN DRY GOODS CO i t t t I SemiAnnual i I JlE a evening I 1 11 111111111 flU II it I U 11111111 114 11111r tJ III II ii I i II ci riI I fH 3t I fLU 1 f f 44 it 4ft 4t t f f 3 t k l N i wI t beginning at two oclock All are Admission ten cents Help the little folks along The charge is small and a pleasant time is insured Ten cents to all Important to Church Member All the ladies of the Presbyterian church are urged to meet in the School room next Saturday at 230 oclock for the purpose of organizing a Missionary Society THE RECORD is asked to urge the members to be present as this is an important matter Rev Partin Called Rev Ira Partin has been called to preach at Harmony Baptist church where he has served for four years The church is in the midst of his neighbors and this call shows that Bro Partin is a good man and stands close to his people He is an earnest worker in the vineyard of the Lord Danville Court Advocate English reports hundred cattle on the market a considerable number changing hands at prices ranging from 3 to 4i cents a pound Few horsesand mules on the market and the demand very light The crowd was larger than usual and nearly all kind of business was lively We edto it A NORTHERN editor froze to death a few days ago He should have his initiatory degree in down here in Kentucky The down in this neck o the woods have been up against the freeze out game for so long that Greenlands ice mountains would be a vertible of Eden to them Harrodsburg Sayings Franchise In Livingston The Independent lines the franchise for a telephone exchange in Livingston and now have full con trol of the wires in that town This gives the Independents an unbroken chain of all the towns clear through to the Tennessee line and up into the mountains Lancaster has the best telephone service in the state and the outside connections cannot be Stock Pens Rented Mr J F Adams has rented the Stock Pens and now has full possession He will keep the scales etc in good repair and have hands constantly ready to wait upon If you have weighing of any kind call on him and you will be given good service promptly The pens will be open for sales at all times and plenty of room can be had on court days Harrodsburg Paper Sold A dispatch from Harrodsburg says Messrs John G Pulliam and D Mack Hutton news editor and foreman of the Harrodsburg have purchased of R L the Harrohsburg Sayings and will assume possession Monday Both are wellknown newspaper men Mr Marion has been in Salt Lake City for several months and has decided to make that place his home Twos Ever Thus THE world is full of microbes The tramp is a parasite that eats bread of honest toil the bore is a parasite that devours the time of the busy man the gossip is a parasite that destroys the happiness in many a home with words of sugar coated venom the slanderer is a parasite that murders character the hypocrite is a parasite that the unwary with falsehoods while wearing the mask of fair ness Ex Fortune for Hemp Crop The Lexington Leader says Wig glesworth Bros last week sold to the Jacobs Cordage Co of Cincinnati 400009 pounds hemp the being 20000 It was one of the largest hemp deals made in this of the country this season The farm of the Wigglesworth Bros 275 acres and is located on the right hand side of the road on the Russel Cave pike snout six miles from the city It is said to be one of the finest pieces of hemp property m the country For the past two years the Messrs Wigglesworth have sold their hemp crop for 18000 and 20000 Mr T G Wigglesworth is manager of the industry Senator Farrl Thecill introduced by Senator Geo Farris to prevent the killing of rat bits during certain months is likely to be considered out of place at first thought but the object of it is good All farmers know that during the time the quail are protected a of hunters go out and say they are killing rabbits when their real ject is to shoot quail Now by the killing of rabbits there will be no excuse for the hunters to offer consequently it will work to a great advantage in protecting the This seems about the shortest 3 j invited Sunday afternoon D several are taken journalism editors Garden surpassed Lancaster customers respectfully Democrat Marion II entraps consideration section contains Rabbit number o prohibiting ViIf Have secure Liw birds r to is in Geo Smith Jr has been appointed a notary public As he has been clerk of the pension board fot several years S he is thoroughly qualified to fix up and certify all kind of pension papers See him when in need of this class of work 83OOO for Widows and Orphan JACOB JOSEPH Record Keeper of Lancaster lodge of Maccabees receiv ed 3000 for Mrs Nannie Hamilton and Mrs Margaret Stevens whose husbands were members of that lodge The former gets 2000 and the latter 1000 These claims were paid soon after proofof death went in The order has a large emergency fund a young is conducted on business It has 530000 members con sisting of professional and of all classes Garrard County Medical Society The Garrard County Medical Society will convene in Lancaster on Friday Jan 24th at 330 oclock p m in the New Garrard Hotel The following is the interesting program of the meeting Dr Carpenter Stanford Follicular and Perifollicular Erethritis with Unary Infiltrations Dr Walker Paint Lick BronchoPneumonia Its Etiology Pathology and treatment Important business requires a full of the members Jan 20 1902 H M Grant Secy Jason Joskins Tonight This Thursday evening the well known down east comedydrama Joskins will be played at the lo cal opera house The company car ries a fine band and orchestra and the singing and dancing specialties are way ahead of anything seen here this winter The play is full Of fun while the plot is deep enough to keep the interest from begining to finish A pure wholesome evenings enjoyment is promised those who attend Re served seats on sale at Stormes drug store What Our School Cost Kentucky pays an enormous amount to teach her young ideas how to shoot During the last fiscal year she paid 1480000 Of this amount county superintendents received 78500 or an average of The average cost for teaching was 650 for white and 740 for colored pupils The taxlev ied in counties to supplement teach ers salaries was 74000 Private sub scriptions to teachers amounted to 15000 During the year 7600 teach ers taught in the white schools and 1200 in the colored schools The total census enrollment white was 520000 and of colored 75000 There is no excuse for any of them to grow up ignorant Harrodsburg Democrat Even and Lancaster With Danvilles wealth popula tion and institutions she should by all means possess a better play house Even Stanford and Lancaster with their population of only thousand each can lay Danville in the shade with their handsome and commodious play houses Danville Advocate Now arnt that horwible for little hamlets like Stanford and Lancaster even think of having anything than the GREAT metropolis of Dawnville Its weally hawful By the way this reminds us of what a fellow said the other day He had moved to Danville and was moving his affects away when a friend asked why he was leaving that city Well he replied theres nobody there but dudes and dummies the dudes wont speak to me and the cant so I packed up and left Night Watchman By reason of the recent burglaries and fires in so many localities nearly all the business men in town have signed an agreement to pay one dollar each per month to to remain up all night and look out for such trouble He went on duty last Satur day and each mans place of business visited several times during tile night and a careful inspection of the property made Slier has been sworn as a constable and is empowered to make arrests if necessary It is the understanding with the in the arrangement that shout Siler observe burglars or find fire a signal is to be made on the fire bell that each will readily recognize Most of those interested have themselves with suitable will soon have ample help at hand With this man on constant duty with Mr Turner the night policeman its a safe prediction that the property will be well looked after Mr Turner is one of the best night policemen we have ever had but his duties keep him off the Public Square most of the time In case of fire Si ler being en the Square it will be for it to gain much headway before he would see it He keys to many of the stores If you leave not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in W Harris store preparing to advertise stuff Do not say you had no you can save cost by paying we reach your name Sanders IB Ward of if Notary Public membership- and principles businessmen 660 cf children children Stanford better recently dummies Mat SlIer gentlemen supplied firearms and if SUers alarm is he together carried Notice fore ii deceased attendance Jason one made impossible E s acv 4 k T j 4 k I T T r4 A I T IP T k IT r j j OUR Suits and Overcoats 1 Must Go Vcr v Every Suit every Overcoat i our house goes at Manufacturers Cost s H T Logan The One Price Cloth ier and Furnisher 4 C HO O S r Q 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0 1o 0 2 o 0 0dt in i i0 i o io 0 2 0 o 0 444 0 O O 0rf O 0d OF 0t p 0 0 00 i 0 0o 0 I 0 I 1 0 a 0 O I o o O e A far we FRANKFORT Brief Visit to the Capitol A Peep at Legislature aad a Handshake From the Governor It was our pleasure to spend a few hours in Frankfort recently and legislative horses go round from the work or more properly speaking the lack of work done by recent legislatures one is lead to that this session will amount to about the same do nothing draw pay look wise and come home not much better off than before meeting But a look at the body leads us to believe that much good will be accomplished this winter The members are fine looking gentlemen Well dressed and above the average in intelligence We met nearly all of them our mission requiring considerable buttonholing and found them to be gentlemen and sensible They all seemed interested in their work and never heard politics mentioned during as it may seem Garrards representative Hon R H Tomllnson is a very popular member and was placed on several of the most important committees He was kind and attentive to the press boys and one of them said your man Tomlinson ever wants at the hands of this can certainly get he best in our shopOne of the best known men in is Senator Geo Farris of this city He stands among the topnotchers in party and a recommendation from him will get most anything wanted He was placed on some of the most important committees and is a leader in the Senate He was also very kind to our little band of quilldrivers and made warm friends the entire lot We had the pleasure of calling Gov J C W Beckham in his private office and never received a more welcome or enjoyed a more chat Those people who dubbed GOT Beckham the boy governor would feel like crawling off the earth they were to meet him and become acquainted with him He is as plain as an old shoe and has the happy faculty of making man feel at as as being When it is remembered that Gov Beckham was placed at the helm when thestate was in so greata tumult and partisan feel ran so high and that his administration lies been so just and smooth as to almost brush away ttoe strife and indeed seethe Judging believe ourstaystrange hIt anything committee- he Frankfort considered cordial pleasant soon conservative exceedingly his upon gnified home introduced bittern iris Jl Cr ty a remarkable work for man to accom push Very few party men would have missed the opportunity to express his feelings in his message but this the levelheaded young executive refrained from doing and for this he is entitled to the greatest praise- A great many important measures have been introduced in the assembly and ic is believed some much needed legislation will be had Several com missions are to be established and al ready there are numerous applicants for the jobs There is considerable talk about the erection of new state buildings and while all know the burning need for them yet there is a difference of opinion as to where they should be located The present old rattletraps are a disgrace to the state and if they are not torn away soon they will fall of their own accord Frankfort is a lively little place the meeting of the legislature but we understand it is dull and lonesome at other times A crowd stood about the court house where Howard was being tried but time being limited we didnt look in at the proceedings For the benefit of our newspaper friends we will say that the had fairly good success in its mis sion a bill being drawn to be presented to the legislature which embraces what the craft wishes and what the people should have JUDGE H C SAUFIJBTT Tell of the Remarkable Return of HI Comrade Through the laftu- eaces of Medium By John O Pulliam of Harrodibnrg As announced in the papers Circuit Judge Mike Saufley appeared in the old fidlers contest at Stanford Friday and friends at Harrodsburg will try and persuade his honor to draw the bow at a similar entertainment to be given there by the ladies of the First Presbyterian church Uncle George Dabney Coleman will be on hand with a fiddle made nearly 200 years ago He is eighty four years old but there are people who will go broke that he can fiddle all around the Judge when it comes to such tunes as Brown Kitty The Devils Dream and Blossom Speaking of Judge Saufley in con nection with a fiddle recalls the first time your correspondent ever met the jurist which was at Stanford about twenty ago A crowd of us seated on nail kegs around stove in a grocery store with pipes in o r mouths and the smoke during a were a cob committee Blackberry years therefrom was ascending and with the cobwebs on the rafters when he came into the place and greeted us pleasantly All except my self were acquainted with him When one of the others introduced us he said that during the war he messed with a Georgian by my name who was the greatest fiddler in the Southern army v and he had a favorite tune that he played nearly all the time At the close of the war each went his way and he never knew what became of his messmate About fifteen years after the surrender he and two friends happened to be in a distant city and noticing in the papers that a famous medium was also there his compan ies decided to call on her and pur szaded him to go along He watched interest many mysterious things tfeit took place and finally the me dian addressing him said There is a spirit that communicate with you Wfeo is it asked the Judge to his amazement she gave him the name of his fiddling companion of war daysAs the Judge did not know what had become of his old comrade and to say he was dumbfounded at the information that he had been in the spirit land tor five years is it mildly The judge was in credulous and so dad the medium and asked her to say to the departed th at the only way his doubts could be reinoved was for him to play tie same old tune on the violin that he had heird him play so often In camp and which he had never heard any one els3 render The dead fiddler through the medium assented If they would hew the violin One was secured and placed on the table in the center of the room Soon the tightening the strings could be seen then the noise accompanying the tuning was heard and in a few seconds the old familiar wartime tune commenced and was played through ZSARBI GRAS New February llth Great est MidWinter Fete in the world and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen Crescent Boute Finest train service in the South Two fast 24hour trains every day in the year from Cincinnati The trip through the beautiful southern country is a holiday in itself All inquiries answered Free printed 3t W C BJNKABSON G P A dallying with ana stated expressing Orleans t J ideS iest9 gaeet ac Creaceat Beata matter r 4s H I 3 1 CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Jan 2jrd 1902 TilE Cynthiana Democrat wants to know if Speaker Finn is related to the famous Huckleberry Finn I AD now they are making stock logs out of paper good substantial sox in all the colors of the rainbow As this will make them come cheaper theres a possibility of country news paper men yet being able to afford to wear them WHEN the attempt to rob the bank was made at Stanford last week Bro Ed Walton made hot haste to get out an extra edition to tell the people that it was a lot of fellows who left on a freight train who did the work Looks mighty suspicious Ed A serving a term in the Missouri penitentiary has been con victed of murder and sentenced to death It is stated that he will have to be pardoned of the penitentiary sentence before the last judgment can be executed This is the only convict doing time that does not say his to the penitentiary is unjust and therefore wants a pardon WHITE murderer was sentenced to hang in Mississippi alongside of a negro who had committed the same offense The white man has raised a howl and says he will not be hung on the same scaffold with Rastus As they will both land in perdition at the same time they will doubtless be to kicking chunks side by side theres no reason to parley over the starting point ITS any old thing to get before the public these days Prof Chas W Pearson of the chair of English in Northwestern University declares that biblical infallibility is a superstitious and hurtful tradition and that some of Christs miracles are mere poetic fancies Some of the have been kind enough to the professor which is just what Have I Done ffly Duty to my Family Have I done it to the full extent of my present abili ty ILL were to die would those who are dear to me be safe from the pangs of want Would my children have a com fortable home and means of education of the world Would my estate pay my debts and If not must I not obtain a Life Policy at once and substitute CERTAINTY of snug legacy at my death for the UNCERTAINTY my life Dont run an unnecessary risk Our 3 cent Bond or our New Perfection Policy UNCONDITION from date of issue Call or write LETS TALK IT OVER The Mutual Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky Lancaster Ky Richmond Ky lJrn rrEJrnl CONVICT sentence literature papers advertise t t t It t tonight independent myfamily R L Agt JC BECJJr i I rUt r f L puS E H DAVIDSON 5p11gt R r t he is after It is terrible to think of the fool things some people will to to gain a little noteriety A GREAT hubbub has been raised about passing a law to prohibit the production of Uncle Toms Cabin in Kentucky That the play is a worn out stale chestnut theres no but why pass a law to prohibit it If the people didnt patronize it of course the show people would not put it on the stage Its like the howl raised about tights If the didnt want such shows and them they would go to the wall in short order The trouble is theres too many of the old folks who so to see the animals THE latest kick made by the is to have separate set apart in trains for This may work very well but what the majority of the people want is a law requiring railroads to compartments for the drum mers These roosters come into the coach with more baggage than is in the baggage car take up two full seats and put several grips in the aisle and all on one ticket Now where is the kick to come from the poor consumptive who could sit on a half dollar or Johnnie Drummer who takes up half the car and talksfor the edification of all on board GILBERT Is a Candidate for Congress He so Writes the News Danville Kews Having noticed a statement in a local paper that it said that Congressman G G Gilbert will not be a candidate for reelection the News wrote that gentleman and has just received his reply Mr after thanking us for our thoght fUlness says I have already publicly and announced my candidacy for Congress 1 shall make a formal declaration later I shall re main here as long as my duties to my constituents require me to remain and hope to be able afterwards to make a more active campaign This should settle the question of Mr Gil berts candidac- yIt should be the will of every in the district to conduct the campaign of his respective candidates upon lines of good humor and fairness and this feeling is what prompted the News to write to Mr Gilbert If the race when it is made up has no worse material than the three excellent tlemen who are announced Carter Warren and Gilbert the party and the people cannot be otherwise than well represented Of the two former we have spoken in previous issues Mr Gilbert has been a faithful and a credit to his district His influence has been overshadowed to some extent by the large majority in the house of a different political faith it would therefore be unfair to estimate his ability as a by the work accomplished as compared to that of representatives who were in Congress at more times from a Democratic Boyle countys vote gave Mr Gilbert his first nomination and for that reason he has been especially active in his efforts to take care of the interests of her citizens at Washing ton and has done so about as as could have been under the circumstances The Secret of tone Life Consists in keeping all the main or gans of the body In healthy regular action and in quickly destroying deadly disuse germs Electric Bit tort regulate Stomach Liver and purify the blood and give a splendid appetite They work won defy in curing Sidney Troubles Fe male Complaints Nervous Diseases Constipation Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigorous health and strength always follow their use guaranteed by B E McRoberts and Fish Co Paint Lick en resort disputing people patronize drummers compartments consumptives have separate Gilbert frequently Democrat representative representative auspicious standpoint effectively Kidneys ol iu 7 LFju I1 Lancaster r LOCAL OPTION LAW Mr Farris Introduced XllowIng rend the first time i and ordered to be printed viz t AN act for the better enforcement of an act approved Mach 10 1894 entitled An act whereby the sense of the people 6f any county city town district or precinct may be taken as to whether spirit ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned there in and to amend section 4 of said act Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the Commonwealth of Ken tucky g 1 In an indictment for a viola of any provision of the act ap proved March 1894 entitled An act whereby the sense of the people of any county city or town district or precinct may to be taken as to whether spiritous vinous or malt shall be sold bartered or loaned therein or for a violation of any act amendatory thereof it shall not be necessary to allege that a vote was taken or an election held or any other step relative thereto but it may be simply stated that the act or acts charged were committed in a where the said act was in force and in said Indictment it shall be to designate said act as the local option law 2 It shall be unlawful for any person to sell lend give procure for or furnish to another any spirituous vinous or malt liquors or to have in his possession spirituous vinous or malt liquors for the purpose of selling them in any territory where said act is in force and any person so shall be tined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars and imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days The possession of a United States special tax stamp commonly called United States license for carrying on the business of a retail dealer in spirit uous vinous or malt liquors or the having of such tax stamp or license stuck up at the place of business in such territory shall be prima facie evidence of guilt under this section 3 On the second or any subse quent conviction for a violation of said act or any of its amendents the court shall require the defendant to execute bond in the sum of two bun dred dollars to be of good behavior for the period of twelve months The court may in its discretion in crease the amount of the bond and if tne bond is not given the defendant shall be committed to the county jail for a period not exceeding ninety days to be fixed by the court 2 4 All the shipments of spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors to be paid for on delivery commonly called C O D shipments into any county city town district or precinct where said act is in force shall be unlawful and shall be deemed sales of such liq uors at the place where the money is paid or the goods are delivered the carrier and his agents selling or de livering such goods shall be liable jointly with the vendor therefor g 5 Section 4 of said actis stricken out and in lieu thereof the following is inserted After the entry of the certificate of the canvassing board as above for in the orderbook of the county court if the vote was against the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous or malt liquors in the said county city town district or precinct as the case may be to any person except as hereinafter provided and any person who shall sell barter or loan directly or indirectly any such liquors in said county city town district or precinct shall upon conviction be fined not less than sixty nor more than one hundred dol lars or be confined in the county jail for not less than ten nor more than forty days or both so tined and im prisoned in the descretion of the court or jury for each offense and any person who knowingly furnishes or rents a house room wagon or any conveyance or thing in which spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors are sold bartered or loaned in violation of this act shall upon conviction thereof be fined not less than sixty nor more than one hundred dollars and the house wagon vehicle land or other thing in which the liquors were sold bartered or loaned shall be liable for all fines adjudged against the person selling bartering or loaning the same Finds Way to Live Long The startling announcement of a Discovery that will surely lengthen lifd is made by editor O H Downey of Churubusco Ind I wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Dis for Consumption is the most infallible remedy that I have ever known for Coughs Colds and Grip Its invaluable to people with weak lungs Having this wonderful no one need dread Pneumonia or Consumption Its relief is instant and cure certain R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee every 50c and 1 bottle and give trial bottles free When nature begins to assist a man by parting his hair in the middle he gets contrary and tries to part It on the side Pneumonia and La Grippe If you but knew the splendid merit of Foleys Honey and Tar you would never be without it A dose or two will prevent an attack of pneumonia or la grippe It may save your life The prevention of consumption eni tirely a question of commencing the proper treatment in time Nothing is so well adapted to ward fatal lung troubles as Foleys Honey and Tar C C JEStormes I the ion 10 liquors territory sufficient I offending prO- vided givens covers medicine t L 2 I 4 nil which tvaa oft a I1 t W his be he be in a IMINT LICK Mr Will Parks had a valuable mule Rlllud by the train a few nights ago The reappointment of Postmaster Henry gives general satisfac ties Guy Rice came near jrttin one of eyes put out while in a scuffle with Dave Hervey Alfred Champs horse ran oft with him and tluew him out of the buggy and bruised him up considerably Some thief went into Dick Gillens kitchen and helped himself to some sugar and coffee and a sack of flour The annual clearing sale of R L Jennings Co is now going on Ev ery thing in heavy goods such as Boots Comforts Blankets etc will be sold reductions to make for Spring Geods tf Dr W G Cassenburg is getting to somewhat of a real estate dealer recently bought the Slaughter property and sold it to William Champ for a nice profit He then bought the property of Mr W S Myers for one thousand dollars If burglars should ever attempt to rob our bank some of them will found on the ground the next morning for two of the worst men we have in the county sleep in the bank every night and they a regular arsenal there At half past one oclock Tuesday morning Mr Armp Adams breathed his last He had been confined to his bed for a year or more and bore his afflictions and passed away without murmer He was in his seventy eighth year and leaves a lonely wife to mourn his loss We notice in the last issue of TIlE RECORD a letter from our old friend and neighbor D of Conway We are glad to know that he is well pleased with his mountain home by an old fashion wood fire roast his shins for if any body ever did en joy a thing of that kind he certainly does I am in hopes he has struck it rich the prospect for oil is good and gas will be found in paying quantities since Dave has located there Tom Champ is smiling behind the of Moore Champ Miss Florence Abbot of Shelvyville is the guest of Miss Jennie Parks Mr W F Shumate of Danville who has been jailer at that place for twentytwo years with his wife and daughter visited his brother Mr Champ Shu mate this week This is their first meeting twenty years Mrs Leavell of Bryantsville is here at the bedside of her uncle Armp Adams who is very ill Rodney Griggs and Rice Ross as they were coming from Richmond and had crossed the creek and were going up the bank the horse balked and backed the wagon into the creek and overturned it The horse went under the ice Rodney jumped into the water about waist deep and held the horses head up to keep him from drowning while he cut the harness so the horse could get up Rice ran up and down the bank but tackle the water Rodney says an ice cold bath just before bedtime is very refreshing BRYANTSVILLE I have few winter hats that I will close out regardless of cost to make room for my spring goods Mrs A S Haselden Mr Ben Mullins our worthy and Miss Lizzie Shearer of Nicholasville were united in marriage on the eighth by Rev Robinson at Lancaster Our best wishes go with them Mr Tom Adams wife and Mr Ike Dunn went to Florida last Monday to remain a few months Miss Pearl and Annie Hill of spent last Saturday with their aunt Mrs Taylor Eliza Ballard is visiting relatives in Lexington Miss Hattie Jennings of Danville is visiting relatives here B F Jennings and Joe Haselden of Danville visited relatives here last Sunday Miss Annie Jennings of Danville will be the guest of relatives here this week Mrs Josh Dunn en tertained a few friends at a dining last Thursday which was very much en joyed by those present Misses Claud and Nannie Arnold entertained a number of friends on last Saturday evening Rev Walden filled his regular appointment at the Grove last Sunday He preached his farewell sermon on that day having been called to another field of labor We are to see him leave and our best wishes go with him Revs Johnson and Jones of Wilmore were entertained last Monday by Mrs Eliza Ballard Mr Becker is in Nicholasville on business Mrs Burk and sister Miss Cunningham are visiting relatives in Junction City this week Miss Eme line Fletcher and Mr Joe Hutchinson of thisplace drove to Thursday and were married Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick is yisit ing relatives here Mr and Mrs S G Haselden visited here Saturday An interesting meeting is in progress Miss Claudie Arnold closed a very school at Lindondale Jan 17tb The closing exercises were splendid which speak very highly for the chil Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Use at once the remedy that stopped it for Mrs N A Webster of Winnie Ya she writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches Ihad suffered from for two Cure Headache Constipation Bilious 25catRE McRoberts Lancai ter and Fish Co Paint Irs at sweeping room here C Puffins sitting in Sallie postmaster Lancaster Burdette sorry C C byRevsuc- cessful requestedher arst tress l j c iii F 1 Moore counter C would Harrodsburg last dt Lick Sq Y y l y r A y J j D S3 of of is i W B Bennett boujrht a car load of cattle in Yhilly county lasi we L Anderson has been buying some corn from different panics at3 H Thompson bought 21 sheep from Win Sprinkles for 25 Frank and Logan Thompson sold B Holtzclaw about 75 barrels corn at J in the crib Before this goes to press Miss Ethic Sprinkler one of our most beautiful young ladies and J M Logan a man and sun J J Thompson will be made man and wife at the home of the brides father Rev Wm Sprinkles May crown your every effort in life James Frye of Hustonville Harvey Helm Stanford R P Adams Lexington and J L Hutchins of Preachers ville have incorporated un the laws of Kentucky a stock com pany to develop oil on the farm of E lutch ins in Knox county on Rich land Creek with a capital of 15000 and their territory is considered one the finest in Knox county Their stuck will soon all be taken at 10 per share W P Grimes was called to Elizabethtown last Saturday to last remains of his brother Joe who died the 18th inst We extend our heart felt sympathy to the be reaved ones Nellie Hobbs has gone to Cartersville to make up a subscription school to teach this We hope she will be successful for she is well qualified to teach and a tine lady in every sense of the word Misses Osa and Lissie Dud derar and Miss Cornelia Hobbs spent Sunday with Mrs J L Mr F F Cummins and wife have been visiting friends a Urab Orchard y H Brown has gone to Rock castle county looking for stock Mr and Mrs J C Fox went to Stan ford on business last Saturday MANSE Will Crow Doty of Montgomery Ala gave the home folks a very pleas ant surprise Wednesday night arrived home and appeared as one of the guests of the party En Masque He will probably be at home several weeks and take a much needed rest Mr James Doores of Lancaster is visiting his niece Mrs Jno Doty Jr Miss Georgia Dunn has returned to Marksburv after visiting relatives here Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has accepted a position as governess for Mrs Nannie Blount near Paint Lick Will Henderson made a business trip to Jellico Tenn last week Rev McClung has been in Nicholas sills several days Green Clay Wal ker of Lancaster visited Ollie Wal lace last week Mrs Martha Prai ther has been visiting her parents In Madison The Manse Glee Club stormed the young folks at Capt Dotys Wednesday night Every one were masked and represented some especial character Time and space for bids a description of each costume however they were all very comical and grotesque The Paint Lick band furnished the music All declared they spent a more enjoyable evening Those present were Misses Mattir McCormack Jennie Kava naugh Sue Ogilvie Elveree and Jen nie Wallace Burnside Geor gia Dunn Sue Higgins Annie Burke Frankye and Bessie Doty Messrs Walker Guynn Jim Rucker Will Tu dor Jim Brown Dave Hervey Fin Davis Joe McCormack Stone Vaughn Norman Wade and Ollie Terrill Frank Higgins Ollie Wal lace Ed Toles Green Clay and Dr Walker Will Lusk W A Boyle Will Crow Doty Robt Walker and Mr Slavin New Century Comfort Millions are daily finding a world of comfort in Bucklens Arnica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruins conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best pile cure on earth Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick druggists e I j Ji Pili Hin tVlLIt J 3 I I 1 1 eo seethe Miss winter Hu chins Floren e and I i Thompson soon I success Nf H never t experience tu COISISCTIV compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS a n t 1 y t It requir grat lhf md t t t4t4ttt4iYlr4syti7tt iiiO trttiitii t itit ti i ti f A Rtfisttred Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store t Drug Store t 1 McRoberts t z+ STONE Norman Grow sold one hog for oe per pound Ross Allen lost a calf with theblack leg last week J T Speaks sold a work mule to John King for 95 T II Greene sold a bunch of cattle to B Evans for Everyone come out to next Sunday at 10 oclock Mrs Martha Teater and Mr Eem Evans are on the sick list Mat Folper sold a sow and pigs to Joe 25 sold to same G shoats for 88 Mrs Lucy Davis is visiting her grand daughter Mrs Tildian Teater Mrs Mat Harvey of Madison her mother Mrs Mollie East last week Miss Minnie Ray and Simpson visited their aunt Mrs Alice Crutchfield last week Voinrn and Jew Jewels candy flowers is the order of a womans preferences Jewels 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 will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup It will promptly arrest consumption 1n its early stages and heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system is 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 Al manac 6m 65 Sunday school Simpson for Mrs Nan Dean visited manthat t Beatrice I Call and Let Vtt Prove It We are located here permanently and cant afford to do slipshod work us and and have that hair trimmed Canon as it should be not looking like a bun dle of oats Henry Duncan in Gar rard Hotel building INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile 0r fk goldstein of LOUISVILLE KY KINNAIRD Followin Companies atna Lira Ins Go gf HartfordJGonn The Eye Specialist I R1 e rese i ill At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Feb 3rd One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOJELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 PER YEAR A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF 5pm 25 CTS I THOSE JANUARY CUT PRICES ARE STILL ON Weve got to get rid of all our winter SHOES Quick to make room for the Biggest SPRING stock of PETERS DIAMOND BRAND SHOES that has ever been shown in this vicinity Were making prices to move the goods and will save money for every customer who buys SHOES now JUST A SAMPLE BARGAIN 250 worth300 l s s I n I p QQQQ QQQQ QQQQQ Q000IQQ QQ 0000-Q Q Q QQ Q r i 0Q Ot qE 1 Its up to You to Save Money Now 1 0 D D 0m 0 There are others Here Bargainsin all other lines Come in and let us Prove it Ward Sympson f 0IGr 1L A Q r- v e J See Our Bargains J M M M M M M M M The People f Mr Todd Scott is visiting in Shel byvilleMr Lackey has returned from a two weeks visit to Texas Miss Tommie Francis is visiting Miss Mary Bruce of Stanford Attorney Joe Haselden was in Louisville on business this week Mrs Letcher Owsley and baby are guests of relatives in Louisville Mr Foley of Lexington is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Misses Dove Harris and Christine Bradley were in Danville Monday Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick is the guest of the Misses Fran cis Miss Lucy Scott left Saturday for San Antonio Texas to spend several months Capt F J White of this office has been ill for several days but is much improvedMiss Burnside of Stanford is visiting Miss Dove Harris and Mrs J M Farra Representati veR IT Tomlinson was at home from Frankfort for a few days visit Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford is the guest of Miss Christine Bradley Shelby Tribble of THE RECORD office was in Richmond Saturday to ee his mother who is ill A fine likeness of Judge A D Ford and Elder A R Moore appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney is spending a few days with Mrs W K Shugars Danville avenue Messrs John and Guss Dunn gave an enjoyable candy pulling Friday evening About fifty were present Mrs Geo T Farris and daughter Miss Louise were called to Silver Creek Saturday by the serious illness of Senator Farris father Senator Farris went up from Frankfort and is at his bedside Lincoln Democrat Messrs Joseph Burnside and John M Farra of Gar rard were here this week buying cat r J Randolph Harris and family About I TcxiGit11Aul I her sister Saturday I V e t I I r gi- r I IN U H M BALLOU fSTAPLEand FANCY GROCERIES i S have moved here from Lincoln and have rooms with Mrs Joe Falconer SrMiss Hallie Rice Myers of Marks bury is visiting hersister Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Hattie Robertson of Cynthia na is visiting Miss Jennie Gulley of McCrearyMiss Harris has accepted a position as clerk for the Logan Dry Goods Co Misses Chloe and Lou Woodson of Middleburg are with their aunt Mrs J II Sympson Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick is the guest of her parents Mr J C Thompson and wife Mr and Mrs Robert Embry were at home to the Senior Crokinole Club Thursday evening Mr R G Price and wife of Dan ville have been visiting their grand mother Mrs Susan Price Miss Bruce Pumphrey entertained a number of her friends Friday eve ning at her home on Danville Ave Miss Maranda McKendie of Stan ford has accepted a position in the lo cal telephone exchange Mr Willie Crutchfield and sister Miss Florence and the Misses War ren of Stanford visited Miss Bruce Pumphrey last week Mrs Authur Hubbard who has been the handsome and attractive guest of Mrs J E Stormes returned to her home in Covington Tuesday Stanford Journal Dr A S is sick again we are sorry to state Mrs Harriett Price and Mr N B Price are here from Garrard at his bedsideMrs A B Marksbury the following at dinner yesterday Rev A R Moore and wife Rev J E Wolford and wife Mrs George Farris and Miss Sallie Tillett Mrs George Farris entertained the following dinner Thursday Eld A R Moore and wife Mrs U D Simpson Misses Sallie Tillett Laura Smith and Mattie Mae Robinson Mrs Louis Landram entertained at cards Thursday evening The guests were Mrs T B Long Mrs J E Stormes Mrs Authur Hubbard of Covington Hisses Lucy Scott Maggie Tomlinson Altie and Bessie Marks bury S C Denny and sister Mrs Mattie Duncan were called to Elizabethtown Saturday by the death of Mr Jos S Grimes a relative They returned Monday morning The deceased was a prominent banker and well known throughout the state Mayor Robert Kinnaird and Cashier Cabell Denny of Lancaster were here Wednesday to view the work of the bank burglars We are sorry that Mr J Randolph Harris thought it best to move his family to Lancas ter from Lincoln We think he has made a mistake Miss Ella Higgin botham of Garrard is the guest of Misses Jennie and Nannie Brent New land Stanford Journal Miss Lena Hobbs has resigned her position in the telephone exchange to accept the position of stenographer and typewriter in thelaw office of W McC Johnston She is now better prepared than before to do work of this kind and if you need typewriting THE RECORD can cheerfully recom mend Miss Hobbs as thoroughly capa ble of doing the same promptly Cynthiana Democrat The of Miss Stella and Mr Daniel R Hemphill of Nich olasville Ky is announced The marriage to take place in the early springMiss Robertson and Mr Hemphill have frequently visited our little city and numbered their friends by the score who are glad to know of of the happy nuptials Danville News Attorney L L Walker of Lancaster attended the opening session of the Boyle Circuit Court yesterday ExSheriff Thom as Robinson one of the best that ever breathed was down friends Mr John C Burnside of Garrard county was in Danville Mon day Mrs B W Gaines of Lan caster stopped over In Danville on last Friday to visit the family of G S I Price entertained ata Holton Robertson mingling engagement Democrats t Q Gaines She was on her way to Shelby I county where her brother Mr Au j derson Rice is critically ill Mr Mrs M J Partin and son Bur ton of Lancaster were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Tutt Sunday and Monday An order to change her copy of THE RECORD from Miss Alice Sadler to Sirs John W Johnson was the first news we had heard of the mar riage of that happy pair They were married in Louisville recently and re side at 433 W Walnut street In the Falls City The bride is from the McCreary neighborhood and is a beau tiful and accomplished young lady The groom was raised in Lancaster and clerked for W R Robinson Bro for many years We extend con gratulations Easiness and Bargains Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf Rebate stamps given at Leavells coal yard 19tf Dont fail to see our suits and over coats at cost If you good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavells coal yard 19tf Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost H T Logan You can fool some people on flour but you cant fool a regular user of Potts Flour for he will not be fooled Potts flour is good because it is by people that know how and is extracted from A 1 wheat tf Our suits and overcoats are going fast at cost Come in at once or you will fail to find your sizeH T Logan Bulk and barrel lime and Kanawha alt H B Northcott People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf The best set of teeth in the world for 8750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son 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 Potts is going to put a patent flour 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 with all outbuildings and two acres ofland Easy pay ments tf Romans 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 Coal Jellico The best New Diamond Straight Creek and other coals Cheap as the cheapest Prompt delivery Phone 26 Hudsons yard Crab Orchard street 162t H B Northcott 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 11283m Wanted Hens 5c per lb Turkeys 6 to 7c per lq Geese 35 cents each Ducks 6c per lb Phone 35 H B Northcott I will run my corn mill every and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leavel If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr Hob son dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Card of TJianks I take this method of thanking those who assisted in our recent sickness and distress Friends God will bless you yonr kindness J E Doores Notice to at Large We have established at Kirksville Madison county Ky an Exchange house for the purpose of accommoda ting the farmers in that district with Flour Meal Bran etc This business will be conducted by Mr J B polite allround merchant at that place Call on him for your needs in his and our line you will be nicely treated Respectfully jan92t Potts Brothers y I I t T Logan want manufacturers For Sale at Garrard W J Feed For Sale certainly for r and t t H milled cottage necessary Monday the Public Walker the i Valentines at Thompsons Thirtyseven piece dinner set for j 270 at Lancaster Grocery Co Best saur kraut at 20c per gallon Lancaster Grocery Co The bottom knocked out 241bs sugar for 100 Lancaster Grocery Co Our lOc counter is ready for inspec tion Some more rare bargains Lancaster Grocery Co Comic and handsome valentines at Thompsons See em Romans EIraore will have more fine Buggies Sufriea phaetons than wereever placed before Garrard county people For Kent The twostory residence on Lexing ton street adjoining Graded School Possession given immediately Ed Hughes MARKSBURY Several of our farmers attended court at Danville Monday The Ladies Working Society met Thursday with Mrs J B Kemper The society is progressing nicely The ladies made 76 last year and have now a very handsome crazy worsted quilt which they will sell at a reason able price to any one wishing to pur chaseMr T I Herring is having his pretty locust grove cut It has been quite famous for several years for a number of picnics have been held be neath its shade Mr H will receive a double profit for he is selling the post at 20cts a piece He will culti vate the land in hemp Mr James Aldridge of Hiattsville has been visiting his sister Miss Ruth Aldridge Mr Dick McGrath went to Louisville last week with his crop of tobacco Misses Julia Parks and Alice Daly visited relatives at Bry antsville Friday and Saturday Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryantsvile relatives here Monday Mr Ra mond Haselden and wife and Mrs Katherine Aldridge of Lancaster visited Mr M G Aldridge and family SundaySeveral from here attended the minstrel at Lancaster Friday eve ning Miss Lu Herring returned to Georgetown Wednesday Mrs Robt Bettis of Bettis spent Friday with Mr Asa Daly and family Mrs C A Robinson entertained a number of friends last Thursday Miss Eliza Logan after a two weeks visit to Miss Sallie Herring returned to Mitchels burg Mrs Morgaret Naylor of Lancaster spent Thursday with Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr Smith Neton has been quite sick for several days Mr John Royston and family and Mr M F Rout attended the funeral of Mr Abner Ray at Buckeye last Tuesday Mr and Mrs N H Bo gie spent Saturday and Sunday very pleasantly with Mr and Mrs Lee Riker Van Arsdall at Harrodsburg The many friends of G H Hausan Engineer L E W R R at living at Lima 0 will be 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 afflicted C C J E Stormes 5 w r Lt R ns and visited present pleased- to threatened Tonight Jason Joskins line of glassware TCurreys New lot erokinole boards at Plenty of fun at the opera house night Machine needles and oil a Thompsons Fresh hominy grits and H Flakes TCurreys Hear the band this afternoon just after arrival of train Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone Romans headquarters for all kinds of plow and wagon gear We keep a full line of Musical instruments and strings Jt Thompson The play Jason Joskins is one of interest and is given by people well up in the business When you Old Hickory wagon call on Romans Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make lay Sold by T Currey N Just received a lot Ladies handsome Diamond and Pearl Brooches 10 to 35 Thompson the will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey Y At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years We have just stocked up for spring trade in sterling silver spoons knives forks and fancy pieces Thompson the jeweler FOUND a gold watch on Lexington pike Person describing same and paving for this notice can get watch J C Thompson BOURNE Noah Marsee sold to Wm Terrill one fat cow price 25 Miss Lou Duncan visited Miss Mollie Crawford the latter part of last week Mrs Mary Thomas of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs Louise Marsee Mr Noah Marsee left Monday for Pineville to attend court Mr Will Broaddus and wife were the guests of Mr Allan Ray and wife last week Mrs Mary L Anderson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Jonah Marsee Mr Huston Finley of Faul coner is visiting Mr J B Bourne and family The little son of Mr Albert Huffman who has been very ill is much improved Misses Edith and Lottie Hamm spent Sunday with Miss Annie Marsee Quite a number from here attended county court at Monday Mr A D Upton and wife of Boyle visited their daughter Mrs Job Marsee last week Miss Berthena andd Millard Hamm visited Misses Dunn of Bryantsville Sunday A Care for Lumbago W C Williamson of Amherst Va says For more than a year I suffer ed from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other had failed to do Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 7 Anice to y Elmor J want Imore remedies t T Thom isons- f an your jewelers Danville The SuperlativeThat and nothing less than that applies in describing our overcoat The New Yoke Overcoat as builttomeasure for our customers by The Royal Tailors of Chicago represents the outside limit in strictly dress As spotless as virtue and asgraceful as a twostep Perfect best tailoring that American tailors know how to give Comeand see our new this months plates on The HARVARD The YALE The LIPTON Style is hammered right into them THEY FIT The one you get is made for you And the low price is the marvel of the merchant tailoring world We make the other styles of overcoats ob E6e Automobile Royal Raglan She London Top Cot everything In fashionable dress for men nand Pay and dress better Our stock is still unbroken for Suits of our popular price 15 1850 and 20 To be sure of getting a suit for Christmas place your order at once J Ci HEMPHILL 4 servIce fabricstested liningsselected trimmingsand- the lest f oc c 1 swagger She boys i- t The NationalOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SC rP A R DENNY President JOHN E STOR S TT ftft S C DEXXY Cashier 0 J F Robinson R T Emhrv o DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson v Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird r7 f C It v I493 Banko tt tO 04 oao iN 0 Asst Cashr o O 0 O O0 I 00 rOC s00000p000000t o 0 H 0p 0 T li o 0 0 00000 Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 88 upward Call at works near the depotS McGUIRE Sx xS 3x3xS s Sxx J M HlGGINBOTHAM President Jm E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance Co 6 B SwinebroadAgt LOCAL TIMETABLES Only SO cents a year A FREE PATTERN pour own selection to eery subscriber M5CALts A LADIES MAGAZINE A zem beautiful colored plates latest fashions fang work household hint fiction Lady agents wanted Send for PerfectFitting Paper Patterns etC I Uptodate scribe today or send c for latest cepr term M CALL P ml I 81 lAU Seams MIawed iIIIS rerfofatilist tile Basting aM tilts Only to and cents eachnone hither Ask fnr them Sold in nearly Berry any mail from THE McCALL CO ti311511T West 31st St nw YOlK sbW Serdss aml town crby LEWIS Y LEAVELL Vice Prest t XiCiC ORGANIZED 1883 The 6IT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J M Higginbotham Lewis Y Leavell B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I I OOOcOOOOOOOOO B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT IJLWJ Office over Thompsons store JOHNSTON Civil ENGINEERLancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR- All business promptly attended to L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of yaluable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms G L Lancaster By JOHN r LISTEN PLEASE My accounts are now PAST DUE and I must have every cent to me I dont want to be compelled to DUN YOU But J need the money and must have it This means if you owe me I have waited patieutly and must have what you owe to meet my own obigations SALLIE D TILLETT Ii J Ii iii Ii Ii I SouthbndMixed leaves Lancaster llOoAM Northbnd Mixed 835 rM Northbnd Paasgr 3 An- Sonthbnd UO1AJI S BEAZUEYW DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalised Air omce Building Danville street oppo ite Presbyterian church the Bookont The Time For L TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by WINDS Have your property insured against loss by and It costs but little R KINNAIRD mmmmmmmmmmmmmnrmmmmmmmmnr ia i J Em E E E e VI LENT Cyclones Tornadoes E Windstorms E IIIAIWJ JIWWWJYAtWWUtWtC CANCERSufferers from this horrible malady nearly always inherit it not necessarily from the parents but be from some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations This deadly lav the blood for the first little sore or ulcer makes its ap a swollen gland the warningTo and all the virus must be from the vestage it driven out S S S is the medicine that can reach deep seated obstinate blood troubles like When nfl the poison has been out of the system the disease never returns lows f l may years or until you reach middle life then pearanceor in breast or some other part body permanently bloodevery f This Cancer often in a small way following letter from Mrs A small tame on my jaw about an inch below th earon the left my face Itgave forced si kdnce and I should have forgotten about it had it not begun to inflame and it bleed a little then scab over but Would not heal This continued for some time xyhen to becoming very until it was as large as a half I of S S S and determin ed to give it a fair trial rnd it was Iemarkable Wonderful effect me no or inconven swell to eat and spread what n subject through pauses The function al disorders of women are suppressed menstruation painful me n Ktruation and I WlI1cnauwom en are ther profuse memtruatlOli 1 4 H lMi entirely was two years ago tbeiearestill jgants talia heabnd after takfng n few bottles disa This 110 of tile my general ood1oIRS R SinnER La sLalaurn blood only one guaranteed urely Send of all ndthe on is the greatest for our tree book a write ourphysicians about case v v make no THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA The Senate Committee reports fa vorably a bill to grant Mrs a pension of 5000 a year Mayor Grainger has been asked by German citizens to invite Prince Henry of Prussia to visit Louisville A well of fine lubricating oil hav ing an estimated capacity of fifty eight barrels a day was brought in at a depth of 212 feet about fifteen miles southest of Henderson Fatal kidney and bladder can always be prevented by the Foleys Kidney Cure C C Stormes Lieut Gen Miles has issued orders for the movement of 5233 men to the Philippines to replace an equal of men who have seen long ser vice in the islands Gen Chaffee has issued an order to the troops in the Philppines to per form certain exercises in order to be come more proficient in marksman ship their fire at present being too nacurate to be satisfactory DSome time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains in her chest and had a cough i I gave her Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I have used thisremedy 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 berlains Cough Remedy It counter acts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia Sold by R E McRoberts druggist The Supreme Court of Tennessee upheld the act of the Legislature towns of 2000 inhabitants to repeal their characters and adopt new ones in order to take advantage of the four mile law against saloons Frank Rakowski a United States soldier was sentenced to be dishonor ably discharged from the service and to serve a term of ten years in the military prison on Alcatraz island for threatening the life of President Roosevelt The census says Director Merriam shows the South is now growing as rapidly as the North The large Southern cities do not increase iu as fast as those of the North Bandis greater than in the North Mayor Grainger has made a demand on the Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland for the amount of Stuart R Youngs shortage is believed all the shortage with the possible ex ception of the amount said to be im properly charged to Mr youngs ac count by the Union National Bank will be paid at once Be Your Own Doctor So Says an Old Dutch Proverb A woman is naturally her doctoral i i 5 KM Vinlev 0 irtyand Cancer con g vaIuabo information about this disease and OUf e medicaladvice r1000000000000000 000 Ol number Chamberlains permitting population It own n es most a nhvlti Ie A rest a 00 O00O00000 NGW Mel tr 1 th t familiar with organismUnnatural tight lacing boots and the violation of thelaws eases peculiar towomen but there are m a toms of at all It e r theusual disease to it To r will be found a wonderful aid and invigorator durIng the time of periodical acting directon the delicate organism In such a way is toreduce in thegras and roost remarkably relieves sitoccasioned menstruation Bnrffielda WOUFemale Regulator thethe Patient from abdominal i i duties Zradfleidt t menses pain Price 00 bf Druggists tU fi ii t r Says female Raguli pos headache hterla JIti if u t Jt J s 1r1i- rU 110 r of Co the ne are rot fish ly Co WAXTED Cows heifers and steers G A Swinebroad Hubble Ky Pigs well kept and cared for will gain about one pound a day up to the time they are 200 days old I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling E M West 103tf The feeding of cut green bone to poultry is no longer an experiment has demonstrated its great value The American Sheep Breeder esti mates about 45 per Cent of the usual supply of lambs being fed this year The Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association will ask the Legislature to give 15000 annualy in premiums for exhibits at a State Fair Many products are spoiled in ting them up for market Quality is as important as quanity and should be as earnestly sought after in the pioducts 01 the farm It cannot be too well understood thafc Plant life cannot be sustained without proper feed any more than animal life can Make safe and ap ply all the manure A western stockman says do not buy up all the scrubs of the neighborhood because they are cheap and expect to make feeding profitable Study type of animal to feed and feed other T II Stevens of Lexington sold to Rome Respass a couple of twoyear old colts for 0000 One is by Wards worth dam Modjeska a brother Marito and the other by dam Clara K a brother to Bristol J M Walter of Mercer county shipped the past year 536 cattle 3814 hogs and 3328 sheep bought in Mer cer and which brought 86808579 This doesnt include 1000 cattle he bought in Anderson county that cost 40000 Harrodsburg Democrat of stock dying from eating new fodder worm dust etc that the deaths are due to nothing more than a sudden change feed and that the worm dust on the corn is not harmful Danvine Advocate B G Fox have purchased of Wils Dunn the dead game race mare Delia French 218 by Ashland Wilkes dam Bettie Wilkes by Egbert dam Edgar 216 Delia French went a quarter in 31 seconds the last eighth in 15 seconds Price private Feeding straw instead of hay to horses that do not work much winter is a practice that a great many farmers have never pursued Those who have tried it like it very much The straw acts as a divisor in ration and with grain the horses will do as wen as when fed hay When the work is hard the team will Put hunters should remember that the quail closed with the new year and that there is a fine of 3 for each killed or found in ones pos session and there is no good reason why any one violating the law should not be punished If any man really loves quail and quail hunting he ought to be a friend of thp bird and P preserve him a An agriculture exchange says these hard time We Jet our timber and buy fencing We ashes and buy soap We raise dogs and buy hogs We grow weeds and buy vegetables and brooms We catch with a 4 rod We build school houses and send our children to be educated away from home And last we send our boys out with a 40 gun and a 10 dog to hunt ten cent game Elizabetlitown News Our mule feeders have been quite busy this week getting rid of some of their quadrupeds The following shipments were made from here to Atlanta E Park one car load W H Gardner one car Gardner Warren Implement one car Krimble Kenneday is one car Rod Warfield two cars and Krimble Kenneday one car from Senora The market is exceedingly dun and not a single buyer has ap peared here this season Nearly all the feeders will lose the cost of theirfeed which is about 15 a head Mr Park did reasonably well on his load receiving 107 a head in Cruelty to animals is not limited to inhumae drivers who beat their horses without mercy The careless farmer who lets his horses run in a field of cornstalks all winter without attention and without any other feed than what the halfstarved animals it can pick up for themselves might justly go accused of more than care lessness A straw stack is a very poor windbreak There are many though who do not realize that they are con stantly losing by putting theirhorses in a field and then apparently forgetting them although they know when the horses leave the field such people I would build sheds or your in your SUS American Agriculturist Dont Xlve Together Constipation and health never gotogether De Witts Little EarlyRiserS promote easy action of the thebowes without distress aids witVi Greene Depauw Indhave tried many remedies but Little You Frisbie geared is i 4JUE I pu possible The matter sor ham byerEstates ofin require good hay season bird throwaway car d l horses barnsCor III jave been years J give beStresU1 t I to I I I I I Wards rk ion led costiveness nine 0 The The Mcrap the little this Of a then ger week found We ter Ind la and hold g cake 15 cause one ask him pay year I who j u than them with ther tried train the that over boy train ture to idiot ten At of top who rests ever IF a smooth businesslike stranger comes along and wants to buy your farm you just tell him at once to go away back and sit down One of his kind bought a farm over in Boyle county the other day and the parties went to town to close the deal firgt payment was to be 2500 stranger drew his check on a bank for 82550 and wanted difFerence in cash as he was a short on expense funds But old hayseed being somewhat business man himself took the precaution to have his banker make inquiry of the Memphis bank before over the 50 The answer promptly and stamped the check as utterly worthless The farmer went out to look for the stran by the way had enjoyed the hospitality of his home for quite a but he was nowhere to be and has not since made his ap pearance in those parts A Scheme that Failed 1JeJ eeltft With La have received the following from Mr Roy Kemp of Angola I was in bed four weeks with grippe and I tried many spent considerable for treatment with physicians but I received no lief until I tried Honey Tar Two small bottles of this cured me and I now use it in my family Foleys Honey Tar has long been a house favorite for all throat and Refuse substitues C C Old Masts Cuke Walk Henry Perkins a hustling colored has arranged to an old mans at the court house Friday the 7th Many old colored men will participate Admis and 25cts A Fool Gets luad No sensible man will get angry be a newspaper man asks him for money due A dun is not an im peachment of a subscribers integrity but simply an outcropping of a pub lishers necessity For instance a thousand men owe a publisher from to four dollars each lie has to them all to help pay expenses Instead of getting angry and stop his paper the subscriber might thank the publisher for waiting on so patiently2 and exert himself borrow money on interest if necessary up when lack of funds owed by delinquents keep the printer on the seat fifty two weeks of the Blue Grass Clipper A Good Kecoiiiniendatlon have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those have once used them says Mr Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recom could any medicine have for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy Try when you feel dull after eating when you have had a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have appetite or when troubled with constipation are certain to be delighted the prompt relief which they afford For sale by R E McRoberts druggist An Uiikcpt Crayc TAKE a walk through a and will pass the last resting place of man who blew the muzzle of a gun to see if it was loaded A little fur down the slope is a crank who to see how close to a moving lIe could pass In strolling about you will see the monument of girl who tried to start a with ly kerosene and a knoll covers the boy that put a cob under a tail That tall shaft the man who blew out the gas casts a shadow across the grave of a who tried to jump on a moving Side by side the etheral crea who always had her corset laced the last notch and the intelligent who rode a bicycle nine miles in minutes sleep on undisturbed N a repose is a doctor who took some his own medicine There with the of a shoe box driven over his head an old man married a young wife Away over there reposes the boy who went fishing on Sunday and the stood in front of a mowing ma chine to oil a sickle is quiet now and beside the brakeman who fed himself to a 70ton engine and the potters field may be seen bleeching bones of the man who tried whip the editor while only e rots which even the buzzards refuses to touch the man who got his home PaPer on credit and refused to pay for Ex BrainFood Nons ene Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled thesilly that one kind of food needed for brain another for mus all Cles and still another for brains A correct diet will not urish a call Particular Part of the body but it will you every other part Yet your food may be its nutri the ment is destroyed by indigestion dyspepsia You must prepare for theirappearance or prevent their coning healthy millions A few doses digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and and make you feel buoyantand vigorous lean get Dr G G Greens eliable atStormes drug store GetGreens nedics 233t try e carets 6m t emE h l0 Itcame who tIn Four Foleys medicine exclusively and non glv walk tonight well 1m own ping an ious and you I you grass covered mules Sill cupboard overt e on away another notion lit 1fn howty good orthe to August Speci l1 5 1j theE boy men his ng Cr1 ret les tornles 4 1 4S dation rio ceme fir only dies I o a 5- T 4 The credits of jf we w say we too if our at us says yet had I Cough croup acts can little ber season Then Then That I years half ville never until have tirely you digest Kodol achs dont If from cause soon De my bad day payii from will some cents phone Ask a gjs l for a corkscrew and If she brings siinlet her market value is away above par KFMAUKAUXK CUllK OF CROUP A Little BoyM Life Sitved I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved my little boys life and 1 feel that I cannot 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 mtulicinej as directed every ten minutes until he threw up and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death We had tQ pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive that if I had that bot medicine my boy would not be on earth Demon Iiiwood Iowa For sale by R E Sic Roberts druggist An Editors Wall Fourth Estate of New York to Exchange the following paragraphs under the heading country Editors Wail Editing a paper is a nice thing we publish jokes people will say are rattlebrained if we dont we old fossil publish original matter they do not give enough selections jf we give selections say we jazy to Write ve dont go to church we are ja heathen if we do we are a hypocrite we remain in the otllce we ought to get out and hustle for locals if we go out we are not attending to business If we wear old clothes they laugh if wear good clothes they we have a pull 4 Clilld Worth Millions My child is worth millions to me Mrs Mary Bird of HarrisburgPa I would have lost her by croup not purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure One Minute cure is sure cure for coughs and throat and lung trouble An absolutely safe cough cure which immediately The youngest child take it with entire safety The ones like the taste and remem how often it helped them Every family should have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure handy At this especially it may be needed suddenly THEY talk about a womans sphere As though it had a limit Theres not a place in earth or heaven not a task of mankind liven Theres not a blessing or a woe not a whisper yes or no Theres not a life or death or birth has a feathers weight of worth Without a woman in it A Profitable Investment was troubled about seven with my stomach and in bed my time says E Demick Somer Ind I spent about 1000 and could get anything to help me 1 tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I taken a few bottles and am en well You dont live by what eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt your food you are really starving Dyspepsia Cure does the stom work by digesting the food You have to diet Eat all you want Kodol Dyspepsia cures all stomach troubles Frisbie the phoenix of common the ashes of a fools money the conflagration has not been in vain Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extreme painful and if neglected often re suit in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps be not so careful As a remedy jJe Witts Witch Hazel Salve is Draws out the fire stops the pain heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles s Witch Hazel Salve cured baby of eczema after two physic ians gave her up writes James Mock Webster Ind The sores were so she soiled two to five dresses a Frisbie LOW RATES Rates on C O Hallway a stations of the c Railway except has Charlottsville and Washing and between and Lou ville and intermediate stations at a Pot reduction from the local rates On that date passengers fare on trains charged lOc extra receiving a receipt the Conductor which amount lOc be refunded on presentation of such receipt to any ticket office George W Barney Div PassAgt Meets Alt Trains Alex Miller has purchased a hand closed carriage which will meet trains day and night His number is 122 and if you will him UP the carriage will call for and take to the train in plen His charge is very smalland service firstclass A call left at Garrard hotel will receive prompt attention Alex is certainly entitled much praise for his enterprise Stenography and Typewrltlne Miss Lenna Hobbs is prepared to do stenographic typewriting will be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen mid twentyfive a page Gaiiip Central office of 18 of for a ant can j all I H 4 you n notgot tIe of cough todayJoel perverse CIA are all reIf nIL we say F P r for H F P 8 unequaled F P 8 RoundTrip roundtrip0 and after the wIll benot Bus Itele- phone you workand tel 1I 1 I I tim I e they Prihie 5 s s 45 crisesscm al eefl g e 4 s C td L J I JiJ= hard b INASMUCH Theres a song of welcome watts Every lire of pure endeavor Every work that love creates LIves on high a n me forever Humble hearts may hide their worthHut the Lord Himself will own it Answering for Ills suffering earth Inasmuch as ye have done it Unto these In your mission of relief In your helpful selfdenying In the touch that comforts grief In the word that guides the dying Whispers Christ of Nazareth Sweeter than an angels sonnet On the other side of death Inasmuch as ye have done It Unto these Allen flocks are wandering where Lurk the lion wolf and leopard Something worth ills love is thereFind the sheep that have no shepherd Take to Him a rescued And His joy for you who Writes on Heavens golden roll Irasmuch as ye have done it Unto these PHI the empty lift the lost I5uy the slave the right God gave him Prize the sinner at his cost To the heart that haled to save him And the deed though incomplete ills signet star uporvit you lay it at His feet Inasmuch as ye have done it Unto these Rev Drown in S S Times ONE OF THE OLDEST COPIES Most Ancient Transcript from l piNtIeH We Have Is Jroi iiily VurK of II Schoolboys llnnd Eight miles west of the Nile and 120 miles south of Cairo among the ins of ancient Greek city were found not long ago by Drs GrcnfeH arid Hunt of the Egyptian explora tion fund great numbers of early papyrus manuscripts These appear to have been dnmpedvith the litter of registry ollices and monastic cloisters and the dry climate of Egypt preserved them Some of these relies were fount to be fragments of the New Testament Scholars who have examined a bit of manuscript containing the first seven verses of the Epistle to the Itomans suggest that it is part of a writing exercise by a schoolboy learners of that day being assigned practice pages of Dible Greek Errors of spelling and crudities of hand betray the tyro in penmanship although the prevailing style of script among primitive copyists is followed all capital letters without punctuation or spaces between the words and abbreviations for custom ary names and phrases to save labor In the Greek text here shown God Son of God and Jesus Christ are syncopated in this vray under a hori zontal line or vinculum If a modern schoolboy could know that his copy book or letter would be read by half the world a thousand j years hence it would naturally sober him to his leson He would be apt to write good words and write them well This curious scrap of one of St Pauls epistles with its history is evidence that at the time it was penned possibly in the reign of Con stantine about 316 A D the New Testament writings were already common literature No other man uscript of St Pauls writings has been found so ancient as this Along with it among the old wastebasket emptyings buried 1700 years at Oxyrhynchns the field men of the Egypt exploration fund disco ered other Scripture fragments one which indirectly settles a disputed date in the second chapter of St Lukes Gospel A torn leaf on which verses of the first chapter of Matthew are legible bears evidence of being one of the oldest manuscript fragments of the New Testament yet found possibly not later the early the third century At that time 150200 A of the original writings of the apostles and evangelists themselves must have been still accessible Modern discovery makes neighbors the oldest and the latest time It is thefarthermore we know of it It is a confident saying of the Christian faith that God will not let anything perish that is worth preserving Archaeology has proved itself the friend of the Bible instead of the en emy of it By faithful research in buried ruins it has helped to fulfill the sacred book the prophecy of its pages that shall spring out of the earth Youths Companion Easy Times Are tinniest Having an easy time would be having time in life A man who always an easy time is not to be envied himselftheof the most service or help to others Strength conies by exercise Attainment is made by overcoming and by climbing by sliding We ought to be most grateful to God when He makes ourlot trying one Not what we want but what God knows to be best for us is what we ought to desire from God and what we ought to thank God for SSTimes Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon digestive and tonic No 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