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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u I I TE4R entered at the Office in Lancaster y eta Second data Matter LOUT LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JAN 30 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR to or 1 t t t T 1Z7 dE 1- I t s 1 hg ttoth 6 iEEL Fri Port 1t M M f M M Stoves Stoves We are overloaded with them and are Going To Sell Come and see ns you buy as we will save you money HASELHEN The Hardware Man J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors I III I i I i f rt I i before r f Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Fun Line of s Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Law 1 1 Life insurance policies bought for 9 Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward M t t AtcOlatey t c Y e i I r f THE HOME NEWS f L t 1 ti w r own I City Council meets Monday night I Only a few friendly drunks Monday Total assessed value of all property in Garrard for 1902 is 4550119 The report that the Masonic order would give an entertainment is a fake At least the members have heard nothing of it Many requests were made for a tition of the Continental Kettledrum but the management wisely concluded to let good enough alone Dr Goldstein Coming Dr R Goldstein the celebrated will be at the Mason Hotel next Monday the 3rd day only Remember the date and be on hand early as he will remain for that day only Late Trains Passenger train No 4 due here at 244 arrived Tuesday morning at 7 0 clock and yesterday morning came lumbering in at 5 A southern at Jellico causes these Henry Lammers engine got out of whack at Richmond Monday morning and another had to be sent from Paris delaying the southbound train an hour or more While the 334is in the shops Mr Lammers has a hog Open Session An open session of the Christian Endeavor will be held at the Christian church Sunday evening beginning at 7 oclock All are cordially invited to attend These meetings are very en joyable and you will be benefitted by going Mule Trade Good Mr W B Barton returned night from Norfolk Va where he took a car load of mules He says the market was good and he came out 11 right with them Mr Burton has a wide reputation as a horse and mule man and never lets a good one pass him If you have a good animal for sale Billy will give you every cent he is worth and you have no excuse to prance off to other towns to sell your stock v optician forone connection layouts engine Saturday repe Clearance SaleM Our regular Clearance Sale is now going on This Means Bargains f 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 at 7 V ineveniris LQMMY GOODS CO t t It t t t It t t t t t t t t t t t t t t n t t t SemiAnnual t I I 3 mlfttL i i frs t L un n n 4 t n I I t f y f U It i tt tttUfff flf lttJtt c l If Irf i O tt6 ie x t I L HE ci IS1 i r y 1 r 1 i 4u i I 4 oo clock i tl i r Y v 1 Please Sign An interesting item was sent from Lowell this week but the writer failed to sign his name For the steenth time we will say PLEASE SIGN YOUR NAME to all contributions so we will know they come from re sponsible parties Will Be Repeated The candy pulling given by the Junior Endeavor Saturday was so great a success that it will be repeated next Saturday afternoon Admission ten cents Remember the place room just above Presbyterian church Dan ville avenue Orders for fresh candy promptly filled Court Day The bitter cold weather kept many at home Monday so the crowd was small Those who came in attended to what business they had and made tall tracks for possible The merchants report business as light The stock sales are reported in another column Postmaster West Reappointed A Washington telegram says Post master West has been reappointed for another term He has made a good official We take occasion hero to say that his deputy Mr Louis West is also one of the most proficient and ac comodating officials the local office ever had Pair of Fine Ones Mr J F Adams sold to Jas Heaver of Florida a pair of handsome bay horses for 500 cash These horses have been much admired by all who have seen them They were extra good ones the only kind Mr Adams handles Mr Adams has another team of bays for which he has been offered a much better price than what these brought TUlcIit Work An Iowa newspaper says the ladle of a prominent church in a certain town advertised to give an ice cream sociable and that all the ladies would wear bloomers The whole town out including a hundred old who had not been inside of a church since they were christened The ladies kept their word but the bloomers were large red roses pinned at their belts Important to Kay Peas A circular letter has been sent member of Garrard Lodge No 29 telling of important business to come up at the meeting tomor row Friday night It is hoped that the members will not overlcok this matter but be at the meeting prompt ly Interest is awakening in the and as new officers will be elected it will be seen that all should be on hand tomorrow night Blind Tiger In Garrard Jessamine Journal There is a ren dezvous in Garrard county that it seems the law should break up and the guilty parties arrested Just across the river above High Bridge on the Garrard side whisky has been and is being sold This was testified to by several witnesses in the murder trial here this week who themselves had purchased the whisky flout Like Huckster Wagon A country merchant writes The Cynthiana Democrat that the of Harrison county and he is confident throughout the state are very desirious of having the present legislature do something to protect them from the huckster wagons that have become numerous since the pikes were made free He says he has heard a great many farmers speak in opposition to them Many Enlisting Capt Reed of the Tenth Cavalry asks THE RECORD to say that in lieu of the many discharges that will oc cur owing to expiration of term of service in the United States Army there will be a great many recruits enlisted for the different branches of the service during the next few weeks Those wishing to enlist with Uncle Sam may secure whatever informa tion they desire by writing Robt D Reed Captain Tenth Cavalry Lexing Terrible Times A sudden and severe change in the weather came Sunday night including snow hail rain and a of every thing else that is disagreeable The climax was capped Tuesday night of the heaviest sleets the OLDEST oldest ever witnessed The ice beat up under the roofs of dwellings and business houses and when a thaw came yesterday morning many were the ceilings carpets etc Nearly every house in town leaked and in some cases the is pretty severe The editors room was flooded completely ruining a carpet the papering some pictures and playing the devil generally not withstanding the fact that a new metal roof was put on the building last summer Being a Presbyterian this abundance of water didnt set well with us u home as soon as Elsewhere order merchants toni turned sinners teach tha- is little bone inhabitant ruined damage anyway yr o t y T College Combination A Lexington dispatch of the 23rd says The board of curators of the Kentucky University met this k and almost unanimously agreed to proposition to combine that in stitution with the Hamilton Female College The trustees of the latter will meet in ten days to finally decide the matter Kentucky University has over three hundred students Ham ilton has 150 women students Noted Lecturer Coming The local W C T has made with Mrs Clara C one of the most noted lecturers in the United States to deliver a lec ture in this city at the Christian church next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock No admission will be charged and the public is cordially invited Mrs Huffman lectured in Lancaster several years ago and those who heard her are delighted to know that she will return Givers Of Pill The meeting of the medical society at the Garrard Hotel Friday night was most enjoyable in every way Nearly all the members were present the papers mentioned in last issue of THE RECORD were read and and an elegant spread was served by Mine Host Long These meetings are of great benefit to the doctors as they exchange views on knotty prob lems talk over many matters of in terest to the profession and have a good social evening of it Dr H C Herring was elected president and Dr H M Grant secretary Farm Property Insurance We are making a specialty of in surance on farm dwellings barns etc We insure against loss by fire light ning windstorms and tornadoes on the cash or installment plan We represent the Home Insurance Co of New York and refer to any of the many thousand who have been paid for such losses The Home Insurance Co is the largest in America We can make it to your interest to see us before placing your insurance See Robt Kinnaird at National Bank J D Wearen Agt Stanford Ky l302m Dont Cuss Beddow When snow or sleet falls it beats in the tubes that cover the rods on the town clock hands This forms solid cakes of ice in places that cannot be 4 reached to get it out Consequently the old clock stops short and never igoes again til the sun melts the ice I This will never be prevented until a covering is placed over the faces of the clock Beddow Morrow has V tried time and again to prevent the i trouble but it cant be helped The clock is sadly missed by many people when it is not runing Noted Colored Boy Pr aclier Henry Kilgore the elevenyearold colored boy preacher has been engaged by the pastor of the Lancaster colored Methodist church to preach in this morning and evening at 11 and 730 oclock This boy has attracted great attention all over the United States and is said to be a preacher ot unusual ability A pro tracted meeting will begin at this church next Sunday conducted by the pastor Rev W H Crowdus and be tells us he has secured the services of Carrie King a woman who has a reputation as an evangelist Continental Kettledrum The entertainment given at the Garrard Opera House last Friday night was greatly enjoyed by a large audience The young ladies are to much praise for its success They did their part with all ease and grace and the show was far ahead of any home talent entertainment ever presented here The costumes were elegant It would be impossible to find a bevy of prettier girls than those who took part and we wish we had space to make mention of the charac ters seperately A neat little sum was cleared to be applied to the library fund The Latest Improvements The following letter will explain the delay in receiving a new switchboard at the local telephone exchange Mr Bastin wired the company to lend him one until the new one can be com There are three boards now use at the which causes much extra work Office of StrombergCarlson Tel Mgf Co Chicago Jan 24 1902 Bastin Telephone Co Lancaster Ky Gentlemen Replying to your es teemed favor of recent date and 20th beg to state that we have been much delayed owing to a rush of busi ness in the manufacture of new dies for the visual signals such as we wish to use in your board and not desiring to send an equipment upon which we believe it possible to improve we have been delaying your board If you are in used of a board we will gladly loan you one which you may use until the one arrives Trusting that this will be satisfactory and assuring you that we are anxious to furnish you with a perfect equipment we are j pleased to remain Yours U arrangements Hoffman city next Sunday exchange The S co afternoon The discussed National entitled n further thee new very truly C Tel Mfg Co 3 OUR Suits and Overcoats Must Go Every Suit every Overcoat i n our house goes at Manufacturers Cost H Logan I The One Price A and Furnisher IO O K C O 0 o iip 0 o 3 0 f J o 0 io 0 Q i Q I It2 o i 1 0 0 0 0 0 J Q Jj v k 0Ai V C G a30G0 O O0- Q DO 00 0000000000000000000000 o o 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0p 0 0p 0- w 0a A 0 0 Clothier w 000000 0C S0000 Work for Many The heavy rains which fell last and Sunday caused a tide in the Kentucky river and the mountain log dealers will have a chance to get their logs to market Many logs are being caught in the booms at Valley View Ford and Irvine and the mills at those points will soon begin sawing which will mean the employment of at least one thousand men Richmond Pan tagraph Stricken by Paralysis Sunday night about nine oclock Mr John M Higginbotham president of the Citizens National Bank and one of Lancasters most prominent and popular citizens suffered a severe stroke of paralysis his entire right side being affected He had retired for the night and got up to open the door for some one to come in when he suddenly fell He was speechless and not until Monday morning was he able to talk He has since improved it is thought that no serious effects will be left Mr Higginbotham is one of the best citizens in the and enjoys the confidence and of all Higginbotham yesterday and his are not at all favorable He has recovered his speech and is perfectly conscious Two here from Louisville in consulta tion with Dr Kinnaird as we go to press or Interest la Kentucky Judge Pugsley of Ohio handed down his decision in the famous cases in which William and all other holders hold the Directors and promoters liable for losses sustained by them The court holds that the host of holders who entered the get rich quick scheme must now take the consequences They were parties in a gambling transaction in a and those who enter the Courts asking for relief must enter with clean hands The Court refused to hold Directors of the respon cible for the losses of the debenture holders which the assets would not make up Had be done so many of Toledos most influential business men would have to make good many thousands of dollars As it stands now the debenture holders will lose a good part of what they put Do you subscribe for Tax BXCOSD Saturday have considerable slightly county respect LATERMr symptoms specialIsts- are debenture Edwards undertook- to debenture lottery company r and suffered had t Formerly of Garrard Danville Advocate Dr GeorgeJean will go from Washington to the Phil ippines as assistant surgeon for the Unied States Army in April As stated in the Advocate some time ago Dr Jean has received the appointment of assistant surgeon in the United States Army with the rank of First Lieutenant and in his examinations before the Medical Board in he stood second in a list of eight who were declared proficient Eighty stood for the examination- Dr Jean is well known in Garrard having lived near Bryantsville for years His many friends here are glad to know of his success Almost a Garrard County Man Hon R C Warren of Stanford was in town Monday mingling with his many Garrard county friends us he is meeting with great since announcing as a candidate for Congress This is good news to his many friends here in Garrard Every one knows that Dick Warren has been one of the hardest and most un tiring workers in the Democratic ranks In every fight since he was old enough to take part he has worked Washington encouragement several Retells unceasingly for the success of and nothing has ever swerved him from putting forth his very best efforts to bring his party to victory Mr Warren married in this county and his wide relationship makes him feel almost as much at home here as in Lincoln He is one of the best lawyers in the state is well educated and in every way firstclass congressional tim His friends say he will win the nomination in a walk Service Crippled The sleet played havoc with the and electric light service Ev ery wire out of town is down while the otharsare tangled mass A large force of hands is at work on the wreck Be it cant be help ed by tearing your shirt Democracy telephone Judging Saddle Horses Mr Gooch the English Judge of saddle horses at Madison Square New York is having his work pretty severely criticised by the stock papers of the United States The Rider and Driver lets him down a easy in the following brief com mentWe hesitate going into a detailed review of all the classes other than those we have already dwelt upon as the decisions were throughout so in consistent and so much at variance with our ideas of what a saddle horse should be that our remarks would only hurt a lot of peoples feelings Therefore we must close the subject with the hope that next time we may get a judge who will not turn us backward but march us ahead We long since got beyond the styles of saddle horse that he would have us accept as the ideal without intend ing to sweep all those who won into the basket of condemnation as there were many deserving all that they won The prospect is that our riding type will develop itself rather than be developed by any judge Some Gospel Troths An exchange hits the nail on the head when It says You dont know You cant tell You may be on the list so dont get gay If the town was permitted by ballot to banish ten of its most desirable citizens we are dead sure we would receive a whole lot of votes Did it ever occur to you that your name might also appear on the list of those who Also Ban When You dont know You cant tell There is something good something to admire in every man No person is entirely bad Did you ever think of that You are really not much better than those with whom you as sociate So for fear the town will go to voting and that you might be in cluded in the list of Also Ran to be invited to take your foot in your hand and get out son should not be so chipper in scalawagging others Did it ever occur to you that the gos sipping habit grows on you like the whisky habit Well it does and if you are told that you are counted among the biggest gossips intown you would get mad and want to fight Better be kind to your family and just to your neighbors The town will be here just the same long after you are forgotten Doter Kews Garden little ribbons verylikely candidates i ii J r 1 3 1 3 CENTRAL RECORD Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDUAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Kg Jan joQi 1902 A FASIIION book says weeping wo men are out of style This is too bad for a woman that is too hard hearted to cry at the least little thing has no business on the earth SPEAKER Henderson of the House5 declares against any tariff tinkering at this session of Congress now if the distinguished gentleman wants to do the right thing by the people he will shut off tinkering of all other kinds A LOUISVILLE paper says the smoke in that city piles up from earth to sky This is probably the reason that the Louisville police i ee the gambling dens which flourish down there and are the direct cause of so much trouble IT is gratifying to Republicans and Democrats alike to know that Hon Sam J Roberts will be retained as Collector in the Lexington Revenue District Mr Roberts is gentleman in every sense of the word and a of the oldtime type one who will not stoop to dirty schemes nor nufair methods A DELEGATION of Kentucky colored republicans have gone to Washington to demand that T Roosevelt make room for Rastus at the pie counter They say they are not recognized sah in the distribution of de offices Ras tus should by all means be given pie but a good fat possum would so the palate of that delegation that they would return home as happy a set of coons as ever toted a razor IF Senator Farris will change his cigarette bill and make the penalty death for being caught smoking them the people will nearly all volunteer to carry out the law and thus save the courts the trouble and expense of a trial Itis hoped that Senator Farris bill to make it unlawful to sell the Sometime for you may never come Better do to day what you may not be able to do tomorrow Your delay may mean affliction for them You easily pre vent them from suffering by taking out one of the New JerfectionPolicies of TIle Mutual life Insurance Company r Of Kentucky T It will take care of them when you willnot he able itb COME TO SEE US KLDAYIDSONAgt Lancaster Ky Richmond Ky z i 1U I JII f iAn cann poli- ticIan tickle fIIIIII1 II II IIIII II I I ID tim i 1 can Very t tf i J Spl Agt 0 1 J t fT 1 r J C1ECgJr 1 r 1 a rte I I I pesky things will become a law If we had to choose between a skunk and cigarette fiend in our ollice we would choose the former A SILLY bill was introduced in the Legislature to require railroads to furnish deadhead transportation back home for the men who accompany from one point to another Report says that upon examination it was found that no other state in the Union had any such law As a matter of course no other state no other state has such laws as are many of the present in which hamper railroads and drive capital from the state If had a railroad every half mile she would be that much better off Any sane unprejudiced man knows that what Kentucky needs is more railroads THERE was probably n ver j time when politics receive jess considera tion in Kentucky than right now truthfully nays the Hodgenville Her ala You scarcely see one item to a dozen of our country exchanges that bears on politics There are a few old sore heads that harp on politics all the time because they have got built that way but the remainder of Ken tuckys editors are tired of it and want a little rest on the subject and their readers want the same thing For two or three years our state has through a period of political ex citement that has injured growth and general prosperity to a great degree and a spell of rest from politics with the time applied to matters of different nature would be beneficial to the people to their gen eral welfare and to politics too Jim Miller bought a cow from Jim Rigsby for 20 W H Furr bought a calf ffrom Jim Church for 525 Fortner Barnes sold his crop of to Tom Palmer for 3J to 7c W H Furr bought a load of corn from Geo Leaven for 260 a barrel Jim Hutchings of this neighbor hood has bought the Tom Lawson farm for 475 There was preaching at Good Hope church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Murrell Jesse Cook and Wm Naylor visited Mrs Florence Cormneys Sunday George Rodgers has moved into the house with Ebb Scott Joe Lawson has moved to the house vacated by John Gafney on the Bank farm Jack Edwards has moved into Wm Coldirons tenant house A Good Recommendation I have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used them Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What mendation could any have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy Try them when you feel dull after eating when you have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by R E McRoberts druggist MANSE Mr Oatly Burke js visiting his sis ter Mrs Tom Palmer in Lancaster friends Sunday She was visiting atMrs Ollie Tenills Mrs Adelia Woods and daughter Miss Minnie of Stanford has been visiting at Mrs O T Wallaces Mr J NTurley of Lexington has been the Capt Dotysv There will be services at Fairview next Sunday There was preaching at Mt Tabor Sunday by Rev Edge of o f I live stock Kentucky Kentucky I passed its commercial tobacco Stanford guest Born T rlJ Ra sey hand ones FLAT WOODS 4S says medicine had at Louisville Eke wife a girl as oar PAINT MOIL Five wagon loads of shingles crossed our bridge Sunday although it is not completed If you want a good buggy phaeton or surrey call on S H Blount All handmade work Repairing done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed Mr Solomon Forister died on the 24th with pneumonia in his 58th year His remains were taken to Ilubbard Springs Virginia for interment Mr S II Blount has completed his carriage and blacksmith shop and has gone to work with a vim He is an expert workman and can make from a horse shoe nail to a threshing machine He has two or three buggies on hand that he is and they are going to be good ones They will be strictly as he makes every piece of the bed himself Mr Jack Adams is quite sick with malarial fever Mr W C Fish Sr has been quite sick W S Fish went to Winchester to see his brother inlaw Mr Garrison who is in the last stage of consumption Mrs Annie Adams while sewing on a machine stuck a needle through one of her tin gers She had to make two or three pulls before she could get the needle out She is now carrying her hand in a sling Miss Hattie Robertson of Lancaster was the guest of the Misses Francis this week Circuit Clerk George Moore of Jackson visited his brother Postmaster Henry Moore this week Mason Pullins is on the sick list Clevie Kidwell who has been foreman at Rices livery stable for quite awhile has gone to Lexington to accept a more lucrative position Mrs R L Jennings spent a few days in Lancaster with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson Miss Gallic Adams of Ripley Ohio came home Monday to see her father Mr Jack Adams who is a very sick man 1Iiss Ella Smith has gone to Lex ington to take a course in Jones Bus iness College Mrs Annie Adams has taken charge of the telephone ex change here Finds Way to Live Long The startling announcement of a Discovery that will surely lengthen lifd is made by editor O II Downey of Churubusco Ind wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption is the most infallible remedy that I have ever known for Coughs Colds and Grip Its invaluable to people with weak lungs this wonderful med ciiie 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 BRIEF SKETCH Of the lIon James B McCrearjr For forty years James B has been prominent in Kentuckys history He first came into notice in 1862 when he assisted in raising the 11th cavalry regiment for the Ken tucky service C S A In this he was subsequently made lieutenant colonel a rank he held at the close of the war He served with distinction in the army of Tennessee and under Generals Morgan and Bragg and under Breckinridge in Virginia and surren dered with his regiment at Appomat tax He entered politics in 1866 being chosen to represent Madison county in the Kentucky Legislature and again in 1871 and 1873 this honor was bestowed upon him without opposi tion from his own party He so ac quitted himself at the first session that at the two succeeding sessions he was made speaker In 1875 as the democratic for governor he was opposed by one of the ablest and oldest politi cians of Kentucky The republicans had as their the Hon John M Harlan now one of the Justices of the Supreme court of the United States Mc Creary was elected by 37000 majority After retiring from the executive olive he was elected to the 49th Con gress and was reelected to the 50th 51st 52nd53rd and 54th sessions For twelve years he was a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House He was twice its chairman was also a member of the committee on Coinage Weights and Measures and the Worlds Fair and Private Lana Claims He was the author of the bill establishing a Land Court to adjucate the claims growing out of the treaties between the United States and Mexico known as the Garden Treaty and the Gaudaloupe Treaty and Treaty He the author of the bill which provided tor the PanAmerican Congress t3ov McCreary was appointed by the President of the United States in 1892 one of the five commissioners to represent the United States in the International Monetary Conference In that conference he distinguished himself as an advocate of bimetalism Although in public life both and civil for more than 30 years Gov McCreary has lost of his or mental vigor By his long experience political knowledge and acquirments he has thoroughly fitted himself to become the representative of Kentucky in the United States Senate A Cure for Lumbago WC Williamson of Amherst Va For more than a year I suffer ed from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me relief which all other rem edies had failed to Sold byR E McRoberts ry id Je building I I r candidate candidate He the was also military 1 f o o o anything homemade Il rib C McCrea Gu aloupe IIidalgo none says entire do gist 4 r- A at to to a N Of of 3iAIlKSBUEY James Royston bought a nice horse the Floyd sale for 50 II D Aldridge sold the Norris farm John Sutton for 2100 cash William Broaddus sold to Danville parties his crop of tobacco at seven cents per pound T I Herring sold to Robert Fox four calves at 15 each He also sold J H Dennis one fat hog at 5 cts per pound Fred Yeager and Cyrus Daly sold to Stuart of Harrodsburg thirteen thous and three hundred and thirtyfive 13335pounds of tobacco at eight cents pound which was raised on seven acres of land The infant of Mr and Mrs Leonard Pollard is quite sick Miss May me Daly is spending weeks with Mrs Robert Bettis of Bettis Rev George Green of Evansvillelcd delivered two excellent sermons at the Fork church Sunday morning and evening Mr B G Fox and Dr J Barger two prominent horse men Danville spent Saturday with our promising young farmer Mr Ruben Fox They enjoyed a hunt in the afternoon Miss Minnie Johnson Lancaster is visiting friends here BRYANTS Mrs Ilaselden is closing out her winter millinery at cost to make room for spring goods Mr Dunn and Patton sold to Mr Frank Walker of Atlanta G A 26 mules for 130 dollars each and three horses at 100 each and four mules at 125 each Miss Lizzie Clark of Camden Mo is visiting her cousin Pauline Burdett Mrs Pointer of the Buena Vista neighborhood died on the 25th of Tan uary Mr Louis Cheatham while at a neighbors house committed suicide last last Thursday by shooting himself No cause is assigned for act Bro Garrison of Danville will preach at Pleasant Grove Sunday afternoon at halfpast two oclock I DIED IN PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Joe Galutf a Lancaster Boy Succumb to Djsentary Serving an Member of Co F GtU Infantry Mr B W Gaines of this city re ceived letters Monday from Bacolod P I announcing the death of his son Joe in the hospital Dec 14th The letter was from Lieut Bowen who spoke of the splendid record made by the soldier of his bravery and pop larity The ollicersaid Mr Gaines was only sick for a few days nothing out of the ordinary complaints appearing but he grew rapidly worse and died in a few days after being taken to the hospital The following letter was also received from one of Mr Gaines comrades Bacolod P I Dec 15 1901 Mr B A Gaines Dear Sir It is with the depest grief that one man can feel for his best friend and that I write YOU a short but letter to tell you of the sad death of your son Joseph Gaines Forgive me my dear sir for being brief in this letter as I suppose you have already received an official report of his death In speaking of our departed comrade the members of his company F wish to send their condolence to the family and friends of him who is no longer in our ranks but whose mem ory as a true friend and comrade will always remain warm in our hearts There was no better soldier in this command than was Joe He had a cheerful word for all and where duty to his fellow soldier called he always responded with willingness and cheer He was not sick but a few days and no one thought him dangerously ill as he was previously in splendid health He was buried here with military hon ors the body being placed in a Vault to await instructions from you before shipping to the States Many ful floral designs were placed on his casket by soldiersand other Americans here The funeral was conducted by Rev Chas Briggs one of the mission aries here It seems hard for one so young to be called away but dear friend that our just God gives us our lives and he surely will demand them of us sooner or later With deepest sympathy I remain Yours in sorrow Benj F Warren F 6th Infty Women and Jewels Jewels candy 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 tho regular use of Dr Boschees 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 Al manac 6m Bu Meets All Train Alex Miller has purchased hand some closed carriage which will meet all trains day and night ills tele phone number is 122 and if you will call him up the carriage will call for you and take you to the train in plen ty time ills charge is smalland the service firstclass A call the Garrard hotel will receive prompt attention Alex is certainly entitled much praise his enterprise ii ti I 0 VII LE thereon comrade sincere remember dowers manthat UI leftat little several the While beam N vets Ito for J it of to i Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can always be prevented by the use of Foleys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes Some stories are too true to be good Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of of pains in her chest and had a bad cough 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 to fail says James Prendergast merchant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cough Remedy It counter acts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia Sold by R E McRoberts druggist Truth is in a horse trade The many friends of G H Engineer L E W R R at living at Limn 0 will be pleased know of his recovery from kidney disease lIe 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 A man is often lucky when he fails to get what he wants Fiieumoiiia and I a 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 is eni tirely a question of commencing the proper treatment in time Nothing is so well adapted to ward off fatal lung troubles as Foleys Honey and Tar C C J E Stormes The dividing line between smiles and tears is a very narrow one Heads Should Never Ache Uever endure this trouble Use once the remedy that stopped it for Mrs Iff A Webster of Winnie Va she writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches I had suffered from for two years Cure Headache Constipation Bilious ness 2oc at R E McRoberts ter and Fish Co Paint Lick All is not gold that shows up in a glittering mining prospectus The Secret of Zone Life Consists in keeping all the main of the body in healthy action and in quickly deadly diseise germs Electric Bit tors regulate Stomach Liver and Kid keys purify the blood and give splendid appetite They work won ders in curing Kidney Troubles Fe male Complaints Nervous Diseases Constipation Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigorous health and strength follow their use Only 50c by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick druggists The stuttering man is not truthful yet he sticks to his word KFMAKKAlilE CURE OF CROUP A Little Boys LIfe Saved I have a few words to Chamberlains Cough saved my little boys life and I that I cannot praise it enough bought a bottle of it from A E of Goodwin S D and when I home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the as directed every ten minutes until threw up and then I thought 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 not be on earth today Joel Demont Inwood Iowa For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist 11 tr Chamberlains Chamberlains mightymighty inconvenient Hall an threatened eel JII organs regul r I JYr S present C re Lane C CUb C Remedy s f It requires great care and experience to COUUECTLY compound PI IYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS 7 4 i t c The Proper Way to Introduce People In making an introduction the man is always taken to the lady to be add the formular is Miss A may I present Mr Where two women or two men are presented the elder is addressed where the difference is marked A girl presents her friends to her mother but the mother says Allow me to present my daught er Mrs Blank A woman should rise when another woman is presented to her unless she is much younger than herself If a man is presented she retains her scat and bows and smiles cordially Men always shake hands when introduced to each other Women do so when desiring to show especial friendliness February La dies Home Journal Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Early Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubled with costiveness nine years says J O Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results F P Frisbie A painter may not be superstitious but he is apt to believe in signs Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are painful and if neglected often re sult in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps bet cause not so careful As a remedy De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles DeWitt sWitch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two physic ians gave her up writes James Mock N end The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day Frisbie B unequaled Webster F P presented extremely a I Call and Let V Prove It We are located here permanently and cant afford to do work us and an1 have that hair trimmed slipshod Canon 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 worth 300 I IrID I rr 0 Q x- iQ rc i I I I 3 1t1 ij CO Sp i I i f McRoberts Drug Store 4 l o II Jr A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store J 1 as it should be not looking like a bun dle of oats Henry Duncan in Gar rard Hotel building B Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Coimeticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile of LOUISVILLE KY KINNAIRDINSURANCE RBDrBsentiU Followiu GOillDanies Life Ins HartfordGoun D I Goldst ln The Eye Speoialist Si ell aa TM 1 At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Feb 3rd One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5 p in LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 PER YEAR 25 CTS A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF I Its up to Money Now You to Save t t t m o o There are others Here Bargains in all other linesCome let us Prove it Ward Sympson Iv v inand IJ fJ It1 s vvvvvvvw I J a t OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS K F POSTLE j Successor to J C Robinson v I n I A 4 I E r- i I About Tile People Miss Sue Wood of Stanford is relatives in this Miss Lettie Brown of Lexington is visiting relatives in Lancaster Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins have been visiting his mother at Marksbury Hon R C Warren of Stanford was among the court day visitors Miss Alberta Hilton of Brodhead has accepted a position as clerk in R H Batsons store Miss Nannie Gaines of Danville nd her guest Miss Yarnarsdiilf of Flemingsburg were visitors here Fri j day I Danville News Miss Lillie Xoel has returned to Lancaster after a j weeks visit to her muther Mrs Mary i Mrs Charles Frisbie and baby are expected this week from a pleasant i visit to Mr and Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Lexington Democrat Mrs Will iam Greenleaf of St Louis is guest for a few days of her uncle Judge Denny Messrs Andrew Buckhanan Morris Perkins and Donald Dick of Crab Or chard were here Friday evening fur the Continental Kettledrum The young men will give a dance toTitglrMi lienor ofthe visiting The dance will be given in the owning room at the Mason Hotel Mrs E W Harris received a gram Monday from her brother n law J H Garrison T2I Dorado Ark announcing the birth of a fine boy at their home Mr J Randolph Harris who had cases on THE RECORD for several years Is again sticking em in this office Hes a rapid compositor and all round hustler Miss Lena Bright entertained evening at tea Mr and Mrs Joe Falcener Sr Mr and Mrs W I Williams Mr and Mrs W O Rigney Mr and Mrs E W Harris Rev J W Hagin and wife of Stan ford visited J Randolph Harris and wife Sunday Rev Hagin conducted the funeral of Mrs Beazley of Lo ga Creek who was buried here Sun Ed Walton of Stanford Journal was here Monday and came up to toast his shins and see boys As Ed always brings sunshine hes certainly a welcome visitor The following friends were Thursday evening by Miss Lena Bright Mr and Mrs Dr and Mrs J B Kinnaird Dr and Mrs Sandlin and Miss Jennie Lackey 4 l f i P f o j visiting i Noel I I ladies Wednesday I d j THE RECORD entertained B F Hudson tt county tl t tel i 1 fie S V A 0 p 0 NAME ON EVERY PIECE LOWNEYS Chocolate Bonbons BMBAILOU The leading Grocery s 0 A 0 0 A Y o 2 0 oJ 0S 0 We also have 0 0 JeJstone Silver White Gelatme f J 0 0 j r e O 0- i 0 F at 0 0 t r i I Dr Carpenter and vjf of Stanford were here Friday Mrs Ben Gaines hits been visiting relatives in Shelbyville Will Marksbury of Marcellus was a visitor here Saturday Hon D W Tribble of Richmond was among the court day visitors Miss Emily rhenault of Richmond is visiting Miss Christine Bradley Mrs John Baughman of Boyle is visiting her aunt Miss Dove Harris Hon W O Bradley spent Sunday with his family returning to Louis vine Monday j Messrs Etigleman and Ellis of Stan ford attended the Fri day tVfiiing Miss Bruce soul Kelllertrmii Friday evening Misses SM151Vr f Duuviih HIV x peeled Iliii otk IMI IS f Miss Sail Liu Mvrs Enipst G who is u rl iiiu for tilt is here for a visit Tie is in ih ion depart Thursday M if sir jtintd hiix band who is tluMi fr im Fraiufort on business Miss Christine Bradley t nt riaiiicd- at cards Wcrli odiv evening in of her gusts Mis Emily Chiml of Richmond and Miss IV vis Carpou ter itStanford j W B MsiMin has returned f om a visit to his daiml rer Mrs Henry Fuilioner at Tlilkboro Ohio Fie says his is a young fellow sari is certain to he president of the United States To keep skirts from wearing out too quickly around the edge put on a fold of lining stitched with many rows to give it body the width varying from an inch and a half to four Ladies Home Journal For St Valentines Day the decora flans of the table should be pink Cut the sandwiches and have your small cakes baked in heart shape the latter with pink icing A dish of kisses stimulates conversation February Ladies Home Journal We regret very much to note the continued illness of our faithful com positor Capt Franklin J White The recent severe weather gave him a deep cold accompanied by a cough which annoys him very much Capt is a man however and is good for many more years of strength and usefulness Mr J T Conn an old Lancaster boy who took Horace Greeleys advice and went West to grow up with the country came in from Ada Indian Territory last week to visit his fath er Mr J T Conn Sr near Hiatts ville Tram is well remembered by many old friends who are glad to know that he has been successful in business and enjoyed good Health Like his venerable father hearted wholesouled Kentuckian one with whom it is a pleasure to have dealings He will return home next week Another brother Will now of i Missouri is also here we understand New Century Comfort Millions are daily finding a world of comfort in Bucklens Arnica Salve Itkills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruis2s 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 From the rural maidens point of view the city girl is the greenest thing on earth In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe We have received the following ter from Mr Roy Kemp of Angola Ind I was in bed four weeks with la grippe and I tried many remedies and spent considerable for treatment lief until tried Foleys Honey and Tar Two small bottles of this cured me and I now use it ex clusively in my family Foleys Honey and Tar has long been a house hold favorite for all throat and lung Refuse substitues G G tormes 15 re I i I I I I I I ell Tlrlm ufStflllfllld COII I I b the Ii i Ill Trs rflr Flrr jhl nllwi1I lit hs tine llIokinl bias inchesFebruary he is a big let wIth physicians but Ireceived I medicine b trrtaiuuunt fiat tit liar attelulyd th i ueurd s ill t1t11 inciu I rlT Ir bus grand snn no troubles R Yt tt rev ur Cur i nil line run Will and on and son bui but Business and Bargains Valentines at Thompsons Have your buggy repaired and paint i ed at Conns Carriage Shop When you want anoidxi wagon call on Romans Machine needles and oil at Thompsons Fresh hominy Flakes at T Curreys I For a good smoke try Club I Two small houses in Middlesboro rent Apply to R A Stone Hel ite stamp hf v coal yard Ijjf Dont lo see our suits and coats at ruse n T Logan If you vvant uood c al yo to Atihn K MU er il Leavetls coal yrd 1 f ROIIIMII EimiSrjXire h for ail kinds of plow stud waguu u ar Chicken feed for sale at Markshurv Buy Putts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf i Ve keep a full line of lusical and si rings v Eels are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey A Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat ill our house at manufactur 11 T Logan 1 will give you the hiyhst price either in cash or groceries for your T uri y You rin foo 111 p bu y iii cjiiit t oi a i Poits Fur fur he will in fl in ai UM r f be fooed Oir suits and overcoats are going fast at curt Come in at once or you will fail to find yoUsize A I I he old reliable house if T is the plnce to buy your groceries Age 40 years PotLs is good because it is mill ed by people know how and is exiractcd from A I wheat tf will run earn mill every Vion day inf Snincliy Firing your corn joi gi od uii S T Leave I Roman Rlnmre will hart more Bitiryies Surrie Iloadivaeonsind phaetons han rre ever placed leforev Xiarrard county people Pope thou kick on a higher price when til HP P fi nr or know they are gelling their V worth in quality tf Our carriage and paint up to this season eing in a position to work without de lay Conns Carriage Shop Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son For Kent The twostory residence on street adjoining Graded School Possession given immediately Ed Hughes Hay for Sale Have some nice hay properly cured deliver by load or stack for cash J W Elmore New Undertaker Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse 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 the market after a bit better buy some scrap iron to weight your stove down Something with a Satin tf For Sale Town Property A desirable with all necessary outbuildings two acres of land Easy tf W J 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 If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr Hob dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf For Good W rk All those wanting foundation work on the Sexton for first class work at reasonable rates W H tKinnaird Chmn Board of trustees The Board has ordered that no one the Sexton shall do this work 11283m Mans Cake Walk Henry Perkins a hustling colored boy has arranged to glvo an odd mans cake walk at the court house E riday night the 7th Many wellknown old colored men will participate Admte at i l at s nd fur i I j j I j at fIr 7fl J JS 1A UAJ M U 4 I A nice Itne If glassware at i more I mps un csas work sales Conti arriage tip I lidS at Siurmes II f t I u V iq 111 Ill S Ion s I Thompson els cost e I Jr 1 H P Lnan hat Ill t out Lexington Timothy Finish to it cottage payments Feed i t I II I I I H f F I444 TCurr lick Rebates Santiago errs fail tit fast tomcats rays fl raft t fist Alum shopwill date S call 91d 1 pry r be j of 5 says will Lee as a New lot cruklnole boards at idles c Carriage Shop I Wanted cash or Horse shoeing wagon plowfliarrow rollers mowers and all fcfnd carriage Work at Coinl Carriage Shop New lot of tine violins guitars and banjos and all kinds ofistrings bows c Thompson r I Just received load of roa wagons Call aid make Price O K A gilt edge e ch yeliicle sold from our reposiorv onnx Shop The best set of teeth in the world fur 7 50 Ir Hobson d h everv c l NEWS Two earthquake shucks wet tHt al St L us and vicinity V Divis hook store at CncMinali wav dfMioyed by LOVS 50OOU ExPreMdeut Cleveland Admiral Bub Evans and a party of friends are in South Carolina hunting The credentials of Senatorelect James B McCreary were placed on file in the United States Senate Mon day Thomas son of County Judge Tur pill of Madison county was run down and badly mangled by a train at Pitts burg Bishop Burke of Albany N Y King hd wards coronation oath be an insult to Catholics every where Senator Uubois wants Gen at Manilla reprimanded for an al leged criticism ofthe Senates action ion the Philippines question Peteral JUdge Jenkini of Milwau hats nVckJeti that tonline in huraucf police must b surrendered the assets of bankrupts The Stoats Com mil Lee on the Phil lippi nes lists decided to enter upon a thorough investigation of the cued lions in the archipelago as suggested by Senate It oar bring separated by the each mourning the other as dead and having married again Mr and Mrs Elias Davis of Fleming met in the West and were remarried A sharp fight has developed against the State Oapitol Bill Opposition is said to he haled on the location of the jcapiioi at Frankfort and uric member favors leaking tight for capital re moval Dynamite used for the new tunnel Part avenue surd Fortieth street New York exploded killing five men and injuring many Murray Hill Ho tel was badly damaged and windows for quirvs shattered The old i Ci hUlls js nut ex actly a thing of the past Of Mi schoolhouses in Kentucky 6752 are frame 150 are brick and 1238 are log buildings The houses built during last year were 218 of which 188 were e 3S y J r r WI i i Thorn I Car is s tons rness Jdles Quic ales fowls groceries T Curreys V rl car units your gua Ia niP unI lnin e uu II LIIlc IIas1trI iI ti ODD IlD 4 GENE 1 L rli5t rice U Wheaton part uf I I rI Buggies Surrljut Phi au snail profits Con Dressed for bit bpi seiectit t mist life ttrt w x ooocooooopoa wa wwtoooocaoooou o ooooa f Pus fit tai After tva tar ICY us I for white and 30 for colored pupils The salt water In the Junction City well has the exact ordor of oil find the experts believe that oil will be discovered in that territory in paying of putting in casing to the depth of 1500 feet The chaplin of the Kentucky State penitentiary Rev Lew G Wallace states after careful investigation he suds G7i per centof the total prison population of 1300 persons to be to tally illiterate and fully onehalf of the remaining 321 per cent to considered as a producing factor In Congress Reprcscntavive Smith has succeeded in having the IIeuse Committee on War Claims agree t jrt favorably hill author zii the or the Tieasu ry to adju he claim of the State of for Inter t upon vil Vir ds- T i cijiii is rii u 7it In 18 o n N V re a favor tt in h U iced Stats bUi rme nri on a siuilar claim which makes it possible f p ill States to receive the intirost on war bonds when the Secretary of the Treasury authorized by Congress The new revenue bill now being considered by the Legislative Com mirtees on Revenue and Taxation will make numerous changes all in the nature of retrenchment if the proposed changes become effective Taxes are proposed on rectified or blended whisky on mortgages held by nonresidents and on nonresident insurance companies It is claimed 150000 a year will be saved by a re duction of 25 per cent in the pay of witnesses in felony trials and by lim fLing their number by reducing mile age fees by reducing salaries of judges protem and acting Commonwealths Attorneys and by the repeal of the liw pensioning pauper idiots S PUBLIC SALE I s Having sold my farm I will offer for sale my personality on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18th 1902 consisting of 5 head of horses 7 head A mules 13 head of cows and calves 1 hull 6 head of sows and pigs about 150 barrels corn about 6 tons of hay some wheat and shelled oats farming implements and household and kitchen O furniture meat from 12 hogs 1 side 0 board Also an oldfashioned Grand fathers clock in good repair Also 56 acres of Flatwoods land divided into 0 lots of ten twelve and fifteen acres which I will sell on reasonable terms Sale begins at 10 oclock a m promptly Terms made known on day of sale C TEUIULL Manse Garrard county Ky X LOW RATES I f Special Round Trip on C O Commencing January 1st 1902 round trip tickets will he sold between all stations of the C O Railway except between Charloltsville and and between Lexington and Lou ville and intermediate stations at a from the local rates On and after that date passengers paying Tare on the he charged extra receiving a receipt from the amount lOc will be refunded on presentation of such receipt to any ticket office George W Barney Div PassAgt 0 t T j abandoned that he semi his t Rate 10 2 considered rep k R ll rag f Washington ductuw 4 W The SuperlativeThat and nothing less than that applies in describing our overcoat service 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 too E6e Automobile Royal Raglan Ge London Top Coat everything in fashionekble dress for men boys Pokv less and dress better Our 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 once I swagger fabricstested liningsselected trimmingsand- the Iovercoats stock J i She end C SB HThL Vii I 4 4 Iti A DELEGATION OF EXXENTUCXIAS y V 0 5 1 BrHunnduiloiHs 3 Hon Uirry I Hawes 2 Judge Wm C Jones 4 lion Rstill Mcllenry Over a score of the most prominent men in St Louis business and pro vhile many are firm in the conviction that the Commonwealth owes It to her self to spend every cent of the amount in showing the world the Statesresource The KentuckyMissourians arrived in Louisville Monday morning and will not return to St Louis until the latter part of the week Frankfort and Lexington are included in the itinerary and it is safe to say the Mound are learning anew that their native State the artof hospitality The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50OOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DEXXY President JOHN E Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier fRobinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamI D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird J M HlGGINBOTHAM President LEWIS Y Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Caslf C D WALKBI Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J M Higginbotham Lewis Y Leaveil B F Hudson 0 o 3 theGeneralnowpendingBluegrassStatere- markable Builders has not lost O O O O 00 9 I493 0 0 o 0 0 s J F 2 2 0 W A f t t IJ J Walker T Arnold M 000 p g 0 a p 00 000000000000000 00000- 00ooooco LEATELL 1t J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co z and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt j i Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All businesspromptly attended to Attorney at Law Beal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms JOHN T JOHNSTON L F HUBBLE 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 T need the money and must have it This means if you owe me I have waited patieutly and must haye what you owe to meet my own obigations SALLIE D TILLETT e 8 f m L J I I I I r I FencePage Wire wil Page Fence Mist be Made of PAGE WIRE I have received a fall car load of this Celebrated Fence and you will save seeing me before elsewhere Drop me a card and call on you JT lAMcaster Ky u buy- Ing Tell 4 ta+ MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings Consumption Coughs aid Colds Than By All Throat An4 Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Asthma Pneumonia FeverPleurisy LaQrippe Hoarseness Cough NO CURE HO PAY Pric 60ol New Discoyeiy FOK Mal O Iri 1 CANCERSufferers from this horrible nearly always inherit it not necessarily parents but be from some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations This deadly may lay dormant the blood years or you reach then the littlfrsore or ulcer ap pearance or a swollen gland in the gives the first cure Cancer thoroughly and all the virus must from the blood revery it driven out S S S does and Is the medicine that can reach deep seated obstinate blood troubles When all the has been forced out of the system the iCaricer heals and the disease never returns Cancer in a small way following letter from Mrs A jaw about an inch below tile earon the left side of my face Itgave Ja J i1 middle life makes breast or some part body permanently f This ison often asthe came n j its other i ine no or inconven ance and I should have forgotten about it had it cot begun to inflame and it bleed a then scab over but not heaL This continued for some time T7hen to swell becoming very Cancer to eat and spread until it was as large as a half dollar I of S S S and to give it a fair trial and was lemarlcable what a wonderful effect little determined I bean en are snbjc through other al disorders women are suppressed menstruation painful m en causesThe usuaD wnacn an worn and taking a few bottles disappeared entirely two years ago e are no of the Cancer my general good MRS S SJIIRBR La Plata Mo was ft had frolli inc tiesosa t I beat after heath i the greatest a blood and the only one guaranteed purely for our free book on is of I I cancer Ing information about this disease and ourphysicians about case Wfl make no charge THE SWIFT CO ATLANTA GA valuable and interest medicaladvice rIte J JL Straw sold in New York City last week at 28 per ton The late wheat is almost an entire failure throughout Kentucky WAXTED Cows heifers and steers G A Swinebroad Hubble Ky The liliiois corn crop is greatest in acreage since 1S9S but the crop in quality is short- I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West 103tfDuring the year ending June 30 1901 there was exported from the United States 2324352fi pounds of butter valued at 4014905 The markets of the country have seemingly got to give more encour agement to the bacon hog before he will be in great favor in the States J M Walter of Mercer county shipped the past year 536 head of 3814 hogs and 3328 sheep bought in this county and which brought 08085 79 Democrat An Angora goat a prize winner at the American exhibit at Kansas City Mosold for 1050 This is the same breed of goats as those recently brought to this country by Mr J H Boggs A great many horses and mules are dying in Warren county from blind staggers The veterinaries are kept busy and say that fifty or more have died within the last few days and that the disease is growing worse The State Food and Dairy Com missioner of the State of Washington estimates the number of creameries in the State in 1901 at 317 and tbe production of butter at 4500000 pounds as against 194 creameries in 1900 and an actual butter output of 5736787 pounds Danville Advocate Mr E P Faul coner during the past week has 15000 pounds of tobacco at from four to five cents a pound Mr Faulconer has rented the room ad joining Stodghills stable and is stor ing the weed there preparatory to sorting it and otherwise preparing it for the market There were 150 to 200 cattle here Monday and the demand being good nearly all changed hands The price was 3J to 4cts Butcher cattle brought 3i to 4 cts A of mules were on the market bringing 60 to 130 Mr Adams of the stock pens says there were also a lot of heifers which brought to 3J A bill was introduced in the Legislature appropriating 15 000 to be given in premiums in a State fair to be held and operated by the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Asso ciation We hope many of our read Be Own Doctor So Says an Old Dutch Proverb- A woman is naturally herown doctoral and In cases where she most a physician is need less if is r cattle purchased prevailing number Kentucky Your all delicate organism of dress tight and heeledboots and the violation of thelaws of health are the usual cause of dis eases peculiar towomen there are many other forms of to Iarntllax WIth Unnaturalmodes 11cr laths I I profuse raenst fields Female Regulate will be found a wonderful aid and invigorator dur ing the time of periodical paini actint direct reduce the discomfort in the greatest possible de cree and relieves all distress by Bradnelda establishes of the an patlentfrom abdominal painheadache t Price of Druggists TJB BUMUU UGOLiTML M itlwU fa on the delicate to suppressedmenstruation menses e t la r tf I In such occasioned frees t L ers viil write their country in the legislature at once and urge them to vote for this bill This is the only legislation of importance that farmers are asking At the Turf Congress in New York it was decided by delegates from the National and American trotting asso ciations that in matinee races where no gate money is demanded no en trance fee exacted no prizes awarded and no betting allowed no records can be made This disposes of a ques tion that has been agitating amateur horsemen for some time who did not desire to have their norses penalized by records or bars in engaging in friendly Contests for which no purses were offered Records made in the past in this way were canceled H F Hillenmeyer the well known nurseryman of Lexington says of the wheat crop prospects This promis es be the banner year in wheat Press reports say that wheat is killed but such is not the case in this region The leaves that are just coming out of the ground are seared by the frost but are uninjured The plant has not grown any for the past month on ac count of a lack of rain the frost and the wind A close examination of the plant shows that it is not injured A general survey of the wheat field however would indicate that the plant is dead The same conditions prevacled last year and the wheat was not injured I dont think it will like ly be injured from now forward If it should turn very cold snows will likely protect it and on the whole I think the wheat prospect of Eayette county this year brighter than usual BrainFood 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 and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but itwill sustain every other part Yet good your food may be its nutri ment is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens Au gust Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m The Advantages of a High Crop of Rye on Northern Sections Can not She Overestimated There is little question in the mini of any intelligent farmer about the value of orchard cultivation up to the bearing period but not all agree that it should extend beyond Never theless there is nothing worse for an orchard than a bare soil left to take care of itself Weeds will invariably appear in such a soil and these will do considerable harm in robbing the land of the richness which the trees need There must be some method Of the many made with orchards that have been treated with and without cultivation after the trees began to produce the great majority showed a decided improvement in favor of those which have been cultivated This however does not mean any more than mere surface cultivation and for that matter not much more than a surface scratching of the ground in the spring sufficient to make grass or grain seed catch There is no better plant fertilizer than good rye turned under or al lowed to decay in the field Every crop of this that we can raise and return to the soil should increase the fertility so that the young and old trees will make a new growth The plowing of the surface in the spring need not interfere with the roots of the trees Indeed special care should be taken to avoid any such contingency The soil can eas ily be stirred to a sufficient depth to make the seeds grow without touch ing the roots If these latter run very close to the surface the plow or cultivator should not be run up near the trees but as a rule stirring of the top soil every year tends to make the roots of the trees seek a lower level and in orchards that have been cultivated from the beginning little trouble will be with the surface roots Sow from one to two bushels of rye to the acre so that the ground will be covered before winter This will help to protect the roots of the trees from the severe cold and the spring when turned under the rye will add rich fertility to the soil The advantage of a high crop of rye in the orchard in the fall in the states Where the winter freezing is apt to injure fruit trees cannot be overestimated The tall rye proves a most effectual blanket to the tree roots and trunks and few trees are injured from freezing when treated in this way The thick rye is really warmer and superior to a covering of snow When feed is scarce the temptation to cut the rye in the or chard is great but do not yield to it No orchard can thrive which is systematically robbed 8t its fertil ity S W Chambers in Journal of Agriculture S BEAZLEY to however ORCHARD counterbalancing experienced W r representatives des CULTIVAfl experiments this ti following DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain I with VItalized Air In Building Danville street oppo Ue Presbyterian church BOOkOutthe LOCAL TIME TABLE BonthVnd Mixed leaves Lancaster U05 AM Northbnd Mixed 8 5 M Northbnd Pasagr V 344 AVM Boathbad MUlA4 I i t1 THE LORD IS MY STRENGTH flab 319 The Lord is my strength when tempta tions assail The help He has promised me never wll fall Tho storms may arise and my faith grow dim I never shall fall If I cling close to Him The Lord is my strength ah I need strong arm On which I may lean in the time of the storm The powerful hand that controlleth sea Is waiting to serve as a guidance The Lord is my strength Father helr me be To conquer to battle vltt wrong And then when the conflict Is oer bid mt come And rest evermore by my Saviour at home George D Gelwlcks In N Y Observer ARE YOU A TRUE FRIEND The Bible Fnll of Rare Comradeship Religion Is Friendship with God The charm of friendship lies upon the Bible as light upon the mountains its beauty enhanced as cloud shadows pass The 32 disciples the women that followed Jesus were groups of friends Paul had a genius for friendship The devotion of JJuth is radiant as a rain bow in the lull of stormy times The story of Jonathan and David is like the honey of the wood The chamber on the wall that welcomed Elisha out lasts the crumbling stone The of Baruch to Jeremiah gives an im perishable aroma to the bitter sorrows of the age By example by proverb by precept 03 ideals of fellowship by the great commandments by the Golden null by the cross the Bible incites and counsels friendship And indeed what is religion asks the thinker of today if it be not a with God The worth of life is jn its friend ships in rough ways one learns their value and on sunny heights it is the presence of a friend that makes joy satisfying One might have all the wealth the world can give all of suc cess that ever crowns human effort and if he had no friend his prosperity would be in vain Precious as is friendship to the heart that knows it the calculating spirit must be excluded from its motives Co operation mutual insurance the cov enant I will do for you if you will do for me are mighty socializing forces but such bargaining is not friendship We are not to seek friends that we may exploit them in the man ner of the utilitarian who plants his mill on the river bank though we tony take their enrichment as the meadows that open their bosom to the wear and fret of the turbulent stream recompense in robes of green and gold The essentials of friendship are disinterestedness s3Tmpath3r loy alty patience trust and the joyful heart when God gives the sweet re ward And what of uncongenial persons Are they material for this choice dis tillation of the spirit Why use the term until the great experiment is made Who knows what persons will prove uncongenial For the most part we have but telephonic communication in tones strained and anxious in and fragments of speech Even when we meet more WP resemble electric wires whose silk coverings touch while the shining metal along which the cnrrent runs is insulated Is this man is this wom nn congenial The impulse is to say Xo but a deeper experience of life reveals the reserves of the soul Should one pretend friendly for the saVe of appearances Never Always he should act as if friendly for the sake of coming to feel as he appears One is a true friend who gives thought of return seeks through widening circles in yearning and hope and by stern selfcommand under all circumstances maintains the form of friendliness These actions prove the friendly heart Boston Congregation alist GEMS OF THOUGHT Care drives to prayer and prayer drives away care Rams Horn What we are required to love in our neighbor is the image of God in him Edward Meyrick Goulburn Anger is not mans proper mood to ward sin but sorrow because all men have sinned Henry Alford- A kind thought is like blossom It always has the potential fruit of a good deed Wellspring If you pray for a man sufficiently often and sufficiently fervently and in secret you cannot love that man Seven were he Alexander the copper rsmith William f never troubles the sun that some x f his rays fall wide and vain into un rateful space and only a small part on the reflecting planet Thou art en barged by thine own shining 11 VV Emerson In conclusion let there be no cen soriousness How others live and what they permit themselves may be a mat ter for Christian charity but it is no matter for Christian severity F W RobertsonAre not then to pull the mote out of your brothers eye In no case and on no pretense until you have pulled the beam out of your own eye which I fancy will make the duty of finding fault with ones neighbor a rare one for who will venture to say he has qualified himself for the task George Macdonald The Lesson of Defeat I believe never gives Ills people much of a victory over the world till He has leftjthem to feel how great is its power them John Newton neal Enemies of Anarchy who is obeying the of God and a Christian life is doing something to destroy anarchism United Presbyterian The Only Friendship The only irjendship forever merci ful to our weakness is Gods Rev F E Hopkins ma t the for roe temptation fidelity friendship at its Lawn God Everyman i S t rf 0 l Unselfish receive monosyllables frankly lobe without over aws a i l EXERCISING THE BULL A Simple Device That Has Been Found of Practical Value Icy AU Who Slave Tried It The cable with a sliding ring or pul ley attached for the purpose of a bull is not entirely unknown among stockmen and farmers but its value is certainly little appreciated if one can judge from the few that are in use compared with its real utility says C Reynolds in Breeders I do not know that I have in mind more than one or two at the time We have had one of these devices in use for several years and exercising 1 Gazette present EFFE rIVE BULL TROLLEY have not only found it of considerable practical value but we are sure we would to an enclosed pen save possibly in the case of a very vicious animal where probably the cable would be very much out of order In the accompanying cut but one end of the cable is shown Two heavy posts are set about CO feet apart and are thoroughly braced or stayed Those we used are about ten inches in diameter in the smallest and we find them none too large in fact larger rather than smaller oneswould be preferred It is surprising what strain is brought against these posts even a bull attached to the cable with his ring The cable is passed through the posts about nine feet from the ground At i distance of about four feet from the post it will be observed that an ox ring is spliced into the wire Our main however in putting the rings in at either end was to prevent the bull from coming closer to the posts than is safe If allowed too close there is danger of his becoming entangled and then breaking loose We use an iron pulley on the cable similar to what is shown in the cut I have no doubt that there is a great deal in the proper training of a bull for such a wire I should not any one to pull an old bull on such a cable and expect the experiment to be entirely successful because though the chances are favorable it would not be safe save in the ease of a bull that is very easily managed but if the bull is trained to such a wire a calf and grows up thoroughly to it I believe that the of the hullkecpers will he so thoroughly pleased that they will use the wire for exercising altogether If one desires to make his own cable he can do so just as well as to buy it I would recommend that seven or nine strands of Xo 10 galvanized wire be and be twisted with considerable evenness so as to be smooth Our cable is handtwisted and is as antis factory as though machine made DAIRY SOILING CROPS The Time Will Come When Every Farmer Who WantN to Succeed Will Plant Them An old adage has it that closing the barn door after the theft of the horse is not the best method of preventing burglary Yet it is held to be as a discourager of further pil fering The dairyman who this past summer has seen his cows shrinking feels inclined to shut the barn door How may he do this best If he has planted soiling crops like peas and oats Hungarian millet and the like and has been supplementing the dying pastures with green feed in the barn or yard he has closed the door be fore rather than after the theft Moreover the necessity for the sum mer feeding of grain is greatly If he has no recourse to soiling crops nothing but buying grain can lessen the shrinkage The Vermont experiment station hiss for many years experimented with soiling crops and recommends to dairymen the large use of summer ensilage and oats and peas sown at weekly intervals and fed during July and August Ensilage is prob ably the cheaper food oats and peas somewhat the better If the former is contemplated as a steady summer diet for years it be well to con sider the erection of a special summer silo preferably round with a small diameter and a relatively great depth Ensilage spread over a large surface in summer spoils rapidly and loses largely in feeding value If oats and peas be chosen they should be sown in successive lots at weekly intervals the two sown separately the peas first rather deeply and harrowed in the oats two or three days later and bushed in A better catch is likely to be secured in this way than if sown together The crop may be either fed green hayed or put in the silo those whose July and August mill yields prove disappointing try or oats and peas next year Coun try Gentleman Corn Cobs for Milk Cows Corncobs coarsely ground contain considerable nutritive matter and in some sections of the country this cob meal is fed during the winter to milch cows Its value is increased by adding a quart of corn meal to a peck of cob meal This served night and morning with half a bushel of cut hay or well cured cornfodder and say with 15 pounds a day of long hay Will not only keep a in good condition but will increase thasmilk flow Ohio Farmer preferit by object recommend when accustomed majority used worthwhile lessened Let ensilage ow IL Lr I BOTH FOOD AND MEDICINE Jie Frnlt Cure Is llooiuin IHt HIM More Pnvnliiil for Sue of the HIM of he Unman lUuIy ing inon stud mure insisted upon by those who make a study of dietetics Grapes arc recommended fur poptie I lie consumptive tliivaiiacinlr und for those with a tendency t gout and liver troubles Plums also are said to be i tsure for gouty and rheu matic tendencies The acid fruits es pecially lemons and oranges are good for sloiiiuh roubles ami rheumatism says the Syracuse ClinicIt not sufficient say the advocates of the fruit cure to eat i small quan tity at breakfast or dinner One should eat from two to eight pounds of grapes a day or if oranges sire the curative agency the number to be eaten in a day nay vary trout three to six A healthy condition of the hOlly upon perfect balance of foods taken There are many other factors entering into the question but this feature must not be forgotten Few without fruit How absurd some one says to be told to eat fruit when everybody eats it Yes but how do you eat it Do you take a definite amount of it the same as you do of meat and potatoes or do you cat it as you do candy If you suffer from an acute attack of indigestion after a dinner of soup meats pickles sauces salad cakes pastries with spices and condiments enough to blister the skin to say nothing of the delicate lining of the stomach pray do not aver that indi gestion arises from the morsel of fruit taken at thb end lie honest with your stomach for a month Eat no more than you need of simple food into which the true lux tries of nature such as apples oranges pears or other fruit shall enter Try if only as an interesting experiment to eat sparingly of the cruder articles of diet and more of those suited to your real needs and see to it that fruit forms a part of each meal Hut there are so many kinds of fruit that I cannot eat There it is again Because you cannot eat 17 kinds of food at one meal ending with fruit it of course was the apple or tIle strawberries that did the harm But doesnt fruit make the blood thin It certainly 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