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TWELFTH Entered at tilt Post Office in Lancaster JTy as Second Clas Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEB 6 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR f l if Il i r j eutruI trot xu 4 LANDRAM p t Eli ht TEd Stoves Stoves IVe are overloaded with them and are Going To Sell Come and see ns be fore you buy as we will save you money I HJLSELEEN The Hardware Man J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors t t t t t t i i i i i I t it r I Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward 3 THE HOME NEWS KS The damage to shade trees in town is great and will be felt next summer The Masonic lodge meets next The new officers will be Tuesday was pension day and vets were on hand early fixing up their papers The big Hume distillery at Silver Creek was totally destroyed by fire Monday night The loss is estimated to reach half a million dollars Charley Rice the wellknown and clever hotel man has sold his in Danville to J H piper of Stanford Mr Rice will go to Hot Springs to look for a location The Park trees were trimmed in the nick of time Had the old limbs been there when the sleet fell but a few stumps would be left to tell the tale No 4 has been away off for nearly two weeks Trains are late all over the country now and as this one has connection from the far South its no wonder she is frequently late Called Meeting at Fork There will be a called meeting at the Fork next Sunday Feb 9 at nine oclock a m sharp for the purpose of calling a pastor All members earnestly requested to be present Kay Peas Elect Officers Garrard Lodge No 29 elected the following excellent officers at last meeting J W Elmore C C Dr J M Acton V C Jno M Duncan J Joseph M A G B Stfine K R S R Kinnaird M F J W Sweeney M W Secure Fine Horse Mr W B Burton the hustling young horseman has just gotten pos session ol the celebrated saddle horse Preston and will have same at his stable here in a few days This horse has taken more blue ties than any in this section of the state and has a National reputation lIe got the ani mal from Patric Donald of Lexington Everyone interested in horse matters knows of Preston and his coming to Lancaster is hailed with delight by those engaged in the business be installed nothing Prelate br Tuesd told hou a id Spring H Fairies fe lave jnst onenel q a net line Ginilanis Madris Cloths Cheviots Emhioil erect Chambrys suitable for Dresses Waists and Skirts Also m line lainlnrp LactS and India Linens Now is the time to ony Jet Your Spring Sewing Before the featler sets warm We are the palest line of 5c Torchon laces ever brought to tows Our Clearance Sale r of finer merchandise is still pini on J these and I Logan Dry Goods off goads dunes showing a Cy1om a Scarcity of Help During the bitter cold weather it has been a hardship to find washer Why not send your articles to the Danville Steam Laundry and have them done up properly It will not cost much and save no end of worry Important meeting There will be work in the Second and Third Ranks at the K P lodge tomorrow Friday night Other very important business to be attended to The lodge is starting out with fine prospects for a revival of the oldtime interest Henderson Quite 111 Col John Henderson is lying quite ill at the boarding house of Mrs on Stanford street He first had a deep cold which brought on other complications and he is now in an ex tremely critical condition Friends are doing all in their power for him His daughter Miss Alice who teach es at the Graded School is with him constantly Mr Owen W Shugars formerly deputy under county clerk Jno M Duncan has purchased an interest in the dry goods and clothing store of Burnett Co and is now wearing a broad smile behind the counters of that establishment Messrs Burnett have built up a nice business in caster and proven that they sell only firstclass goods at most reasonable prices THE RECOHD bespeaks for the new firm a liberal share of patronage Big Dam Gives Way The dam at the lower end of the immense lake at the Pilgrimage Dis tillery near town sprang a leak Thursday night and in short order cut a hole which let out all the water save about three feet feet A force of hands were quickly at work the leak and it is thought that only a few of the many nice fish were swept away With the large amount of snow ice and rain in the past few days it is believed the lake will soon fill again Helping Httnd Society The Ladies Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church will give a Box social at the parsonage on Richmond street Valentine evening A large number of boxes filled with delicious edibles will be sold to the highest bidder Sherbert and cake will be served and a taffy stand will also be a feature There will be an oldfash ioned spelling bee and prizes will be awarded to the best and poorest ler Any who desire may enter the contest The public is cordially in vited to attend LOOK out If you have occasion to come up town during the night it will be good idea to attend to your business and not prowl around any of the business houses Mat Siler the night man has his eye peeled at all and if he calls Whos there you had better tell him or you will get H with a 45 Siler is doing his entire satisfaction of all men who went into the arrangement and his frequent visits to the stores banks offices etc move that has ever been put on in Lancaster Each pays a dollar a month and the aggregate pays Slier fairly well for up the entire night Heavy Loss The damage by the recent sleet is greater on the telephone people than other business interest in town every wire in town was in several places and in some cases the poles were snapped short off It would have been fully to replace the wires before all danger of a the trouble was passed and why some blockheads could kick about the crippled service is hard to see The same case was with the electric lights With nearly all the wires down any with a thimbleful of sense knows that to start the dynamos while the wires were crossed and grounded would have ruined every piece of ma chinery in the plant Its always a mighty good idea to look into a before shooting off too much jaw Tackled Wrong Man Jim Buck Baughman a notorious negro who frequently figures in the police and other courts undertook to take de Chute Monday night and going into the house of Cary Mullins THE RECORDS faithful engineer pro ceeded to clean up the place Mullins says Baughman attacked his daught er and when he remonstrated with him Baughman tried to kill Mullins with a knife Mullins who is an old and as cool as a cucumber backed to a bureau and got a big 45 Colts revolver As he fired knocked against him and the ball struck Baughman in a glancing on the forehead Only wound was made Of course Mullins will be promptly acquitted but he should be rearrested for failing to kill Jim Buck i aywomen seCol Pollard Duys An Interest- a Lane watchd plug du he the usiness is the businessman remaining Nearly broken repetition- of matter manner aslight 2 a S spel- est oot ne soldier someone r r Remain Critically 111 Mr Jno M Higginbotham remains in a critical condition and all hopes of his recovery have about been He has never rallied from the first stroke of the paralysis and has remained in a semiconscious condition ever since His death is expected at any moment Old Stamps Mr Robt Bettis of near Lancaster showed us a lot of stamps he recently found hidden in an old outhouse on the farm to which he They bear ancient dates and are quite interesting Collectors of such would no doubt pay Mr Bettis a neat sum for them To Fiddle at Nlcuolasvllle An old fiddlers contest will be held at the Rink in Nicholasville on the 17th and all old wield ers of the bow in this section will This contest will be given on a larger scale than any held here abouts and the fun promises to be great Dont forget the date Feb 17 Barnett Appointed The many friends of Cpl D R Col Her of this city regret that he failed to land the Surveyorship of the Louis yule port He was strongly endorsed and Gov Bradley made a trip to Washington to see the president in his behalf The reappointment of Mr Barnett is said to mean that Mr Jno W Yerkes has the say over Gov Bradley with T Roosevelt While the electric lights were last week the merchants and 4 many of the housekeepers grinned and bore the darkness with great It causes all kind of trouble to have to fish out an old greasy lamp and more than that is to be compelled to work or read by one The light company entitled to much praise for the rapidity with which the trouble was remedied A Judge at Winchester Prof J H Patterson Principal of the Graded School was in Winchester Friday night having been asked to serve as a judge in the InterCollegi ate Declamatory Contest He is wen known in educational circles over the state and his fairness and good judg ment has made many friends Working on Both End A Frankfort dispatch says that Sen otor Geo T Farris and J Tomlinson of this city have an anticigarette bill in both houses It states that the reason for introducing in both houses is to save time and work on the measure at both ends of the Legislature This may be very well but if the cigarette fiends would get a barrel stave and work on one end it will accomplish more good Rowland CC The Interior Journal says If Legislature makes a appropriation represent Kentucky at the St Louis Purshase Exposition as it will Mr Sidney V Row land of Danville would make an ideal commissioner and we suggest his name as one of the number had 20 odd years experience in mining he is perfectly familiar with the mineral resources of the State in addition to being well posted on all of its material interests He is a first class Kentucky gentleman of the old school and his long adherence to the Democratic party certainly entitles him to this recognition If ed we feel sure that he will fill the position as creditably as his guished nephew Hon David is Francis did the gubernatorial chair of Missouri A telegram was received from San Antonia Texas Monday announcing the death of Mr NixonPerkins whose serious illness was noted in last of THE RECORD His wife and son Ed started for his bed side last Fri day but he died before they reached there As this is written no have been made for the burial though the remains are on the way to Lancaster for interment Mr was one of Garrard countys most prominent and influential citizens He was a straightforward honest man and a friend to all who went to him for help He was in good shape financially owning one of the best farms in the county He was an hon est man and a true Christian His loss will be deeply felt He leaves a widow four sons and two daughters to mourn his death As stated in a previous issue of this paper Mr went to Texas in search of health but the trip never proved of any benefit from the start Newspaper Law Any person who takes the paper regularly from the post office whether directed to his name or whether he is subscriber or not is responsible for the pay The Courts have decided that re fusing to take news papers and per lodicals from the post office or and leaving them uncalled for Is Prima Facie evidence of Intentional Fraud abandoned moved articles thepromfnent participate Way Representative introduced parents- of n theE appointin distinm inMrissueer arrangements recently TheRhht crippled patience Having Perkins cl Perkins removing 1 4 j l OUR Suits and Overcoats 4 Must Go Every Suit every Overcoat i n our house goes at Manufacturers H T Logan The One Price Cloth V J ier and Furnisher 4 O S O S O O 8 O 0o o 0 0 o 0 o 0 o o I 2 2o 0 4 t v 0 I I 2 i I o o 0 o 0oOJ pooooo000000000000 000ooo oaomooomooc ooonoooG 0 0 8 s- a o AOa- y Y 0 a Costa o omcoooomo0 n on A Seasonable Poem While the weather is so miserable read the following taken from a sun exchange and you will doubtless to the conclusion that there is something to be thankful for When the gravys on the buckwheat and the sausages are hot when the steam is floating upward from the shining coffee pot when the cook stirs up the batter that was set the night before when little Bob and Clara smack their lips and yell for more oh tis then a man is always feeling pretty near his best if there isnt trouble with the works beneath his its then he ought to humbly thank the Lord for what hes got when the gravys on the and the sausages are hot Theres a fragrance that comes float from the pancakes on the plate should nerve a man to action him strong for any fate There joy theres inspiration in the smear Bessies chin and its good to see dear Willie as he scoopes the sausage and what sweeter music is there the flapping slapping sound that busy cook produces as she stirs the stuff around Oh each precious lus mouthful quickly finds the prop spot when the gravys on the and the sausages are hot Boots and Bankers mix Several days ago during the up of the sleet a bigboned half negro walked into the National Bank and made complaint that his boots he had purchased there in were leaking Asst Cashier Robinson after examaning the boots carefully told him that the boots they sell were never before known o over at the heel He told him however that Mr Embry who was present might have sold them to him After examining the boots the effi bookkeeper was positive he had not made the sale The boy was told that Mr Denny who was then at might have sold them and if such was the case he was sure to get pair When the Cashier came in he examined the boots and said he had not sold them he thought Mr R Kinnaird had disposed of them and that he would be in presently and make things alright When the Mayor came in he examined the boots but couldnt tell he had sold them or not He told the boy however that if he were sure he had sold the boots he would be glad to give him a new pair Before this oxicurence it perhapswas not gen vestand buckwheat buckwheat breaking grown December while clever y g ake run eat dinner anew whether sy erally known that the clever gentle men above named run a boot de partment along with their extensive banking business William White was found dead in bed at his home in Boyle county Severe gales and heavy snows nave caused great damage to shipping in Western Europe Independent window glass concerns raised the wages of 2000 unskilled workmen 10 per cent The official itinerary of Prince Hen rys Western tour allows only ten minutes in Louisville The jury found Jim Howard guilty of the murder of William Goebel and Mrs Belle Moore Anderson of Hop kinsville died from blood poisoning the result of a wound in her foot from a pinLieut Lucien Young has been pro moved to the rank of commander and has been assigned to the cruiser De troitThe war in South Africa is costing England 52500000 a month 1237800 British troops were in the field It is reported thatMiss Alice Boose velt will attend the coronation in London in which event she will be treated as a princess As the rope was put around hi neck at Portland Ore Joseph Wade jocularly remarked You may think I am happy but Im not The ransom money for the release of Miss Missionary Stone has not yet been paid and the whereabouts of captive and captors is unknown It is reported that indictments against more persons believed to Lave been implicated in the plot to kill Goebel will be returned at this of court at Frankfort The Horn B J Breckinndge will give up the office of Attorney General April 1 and will resume his law at Danyille He will also prose cute an active canvass for Governor Seldom has there been in a great Industry and in so short a time as that of the manufacture of bicycles On Jan 1 1900 only two years ago there were 288 bicycle in thQ United States A jeac January session practice sucha warning factories j 4 t GENE Rh NCWS imprisonment later the number was reduced to 69 and now there are only 24 such factor ies And yet the bicycle is now a regular business necessity and not a fad as it was when first brought out The trusts must be accountable for a large part of the reduction in factor t ies The fact that everybody almost has a machine is another explanation Rev T N Arnold in opening the House session at Frankfort prayed for a new Capitol building At the opening of business the United States Treasury had in its session the largest fund of gold held I by any world and the greatest ever owned by this the amount being 8504354279 Judge Cantrill overruled the mo tion of Jim Howard for a new trial Sentence was passed and judgment suspended pending an appeal which was granted Judge Cantrill ordered Howard and Powers taken to the Georgetown jail for safekeeping Two ocean steamers crossing the Atlantic recently were enabled to hold communication with each other for two or three days by means of the Marconi wireless system although they were sometimes 60 miles apart We do not begin to realize whata won derful and important discovery this is More than 2000 people shook hands with Rear Admiral Schley at a given him by the Board of Trade in Louisville last Thursday He was given a luuch at the Pendennis Club during the afternoon and at night he was a guest at the first annual ban quet of the Board of Trade at the Gait House Mrs Schle was the guest of a reception given by Mrs Marion E Taylor Thursday When Mr Taylor Admiral fichley for a speech there was applause tumultuous and continued The Admiral adjusted his glasses cleared his throat bowed ia acknowledgement the applause and began his speech when the tumult had practically subsided in a cler voice He said by way of introduction that he had made an agreement to shoot any man who talked Santiago with him so he must perforce choose an other subject Instead he told of the heroic death of Lieut of Kentucky mortally wound ed by Admiral ScUeys side while storming a fort in Corea in 1869 The narrative was thrilling and it could Hot have been delivered in better fashion j pos nation in the Government recep- tIon honorat Afternoon announced Hu Woo fell r CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Feb 6th 1902 Is his address at the Board of Trade banquet to Admiral Sehly in last week Gov Beckham said I am proud of being an American cUizen I am proud of the glorious history of this Union of ours proud of its achievements in the past proud of its great statesmen its great soldiers and its great sailors But if our guest will forgive me I am prouder still of being a Kentuckian Our State has suffered much by and abuse and I am prepared to answer the calumny ut tered against us by any outsider I wish to say that we have within the bounds of this from its extreme eastern limits down to where the Father of Waters touches its western most Hues as brave as true as patri otic and as lawabiding citizenship as can be found anywhere under the stars and stripes Our people are lawabiding the judgments of our courts are respected life liberty and property are as safe in Kentucky as any where else This certainly has the right ring to it and if the people will now the gallant young executive in his ef fort to show outsiders that we are civilized the effect will be wonderous ly good IF ever there was a good time for Lexington to make a pull for the state Capital that time is right now Every memoer of the General Assem bly is in favor of erecting build ings but only a few are willing to see the money spent oh structures in Frankfort If the matter of removal can be left to the people they will settle it in thundering tones As for the penitentiary theres no use of re moving it and we understand there is no law requiring it located at the seat of government If Lexing ton will spend a little money in circu lating petitions to the Legislature they will get the signatures of nearly Your Money Our Gold Bond pays Three Per Gent Interest on deposits The MutiM Life Insurance Company ILL DAVIDSON Ag J aJBECE Agt Richmond Ky LAS DRAM Louisville miS- representation backup new to be t t t It U IUI 11 tU tlI 1 i5 i t c Jr r t t tf II distinguished State I Saved Endowment I r L Olkdiltueky Lancas erXy y t x every voter in the state A petition like this could not be overlooked by the Legislature and they would decide to leave the matter to a vote of the people If Lexington will put a stop to her municipal quibblings long enough to go after this business she can certainly get it That is the place for the Capital and the people want a chance to say so bv their votes WHEN lIon Dick Warren goes to Congress its a safe bet that none of tne members go to sleep while he is making speech It is told that in canvassing lie only has to speak at county seats the citizens all county being able to distinctly every word at their homes in the country Its nothing unusual to see a farmer following his plow and to Mr Warren speak at the in town This is no joke LIEUT HOIJSON the kisser wants to be retired from Navy service on a pension If Hobby will go way back sit down and sit there the people will fix the pension all right lIes one of the most overrated young windbags now prancing over the country Oh some will say but he sank the Mer rimac Yes he did but anybddy could sink a Merrimac Dicks only advantage was in having a TJer rimac to sink IT has been given out that the train bearing His Highness Prince Henry of Prussia will be rustled through Kentucky at the rate of forty miles or more per hour If ahis plan be kept up with all foreign royalty Kentucky would lose nothing As for this duck we dont suppose there is a man woman or child in Kentucky that will lose any sleep because the Prince will not be exhibited at every station on his route THE editor of the Morehead F Schooler now has a gov ernment job is storekeeper at the McBrayer distillery near Mt Ster ling Billy and the writer occupied the same stall fed from the same trough some years ago He can sit astride of a barrel and gague whisky all day without going up against it Bully boy Billy THERE is talk of adding a coffee wagon to the Cincinnati fire the affair to be big fires and this stimulant to the brave lad dies This is a good idea but its to doughnuts the would be charged with beer in less than weeks time in the cities has been 2ic a pound As the butcher has the last say theres no use to about it A legacy of The Grip Is a rundown system Weak ness lack of appetite and ambition with disordered liverand kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier arid regu lator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved that they strengthen the nerves the system and restore to health and good spiritsafter an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only 50c Per feet satisfaction guaranteed by E E McEoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m The Court of Appeals overruled the petition for a rehearing in the Pratt jBreckinridge case involving the con testfor the office of Attorney General The nowgoes backteT lower court for amended pleadings and fur ther proceedings i BucUlens Arnica The best and most famous in the wprld to aches and kill Cures Cuts and Brufses subdues Inflammation mas Millions of Boxes sold ly wonders in Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions It cures dr no 2oc at E EMcRobertsj Cbs PaintIilckV im a s d r I quickly listening courthouse coul Advance W and at concern advanced beef nervousness energy greatest buildup case comppim Ji year WorkS st lover hea and department serve dollars MEAT often wonderfully the r Salve conquer pains heals burns hers iles pay Lancaster Fish 5 drag Yr z s d ALL SECTIONS OF COUNTY p v v p 4o 4 I 000000 00000 s OOOQOOO O OOOw00O O O OCN O 0c oco 411 Hit Cf- l p O 0i PAINT LICK The sick here are said to be improv fug Mrs Jennie Searcy has been quite sickMr Clell Tenill will have a sale on the 18th Born on the 29th to the wife of Dr W G Casenburg a fine boy Mary the little girl baby of Mrs Callie Smith is very sick child Miss Maggie Sandusky commenced teaching a subscription school at New Hope Monday A telephone pole fell on Mrs Elys millinery store and mashed one corner of the roof in Mr W B Childers the bridge man has just arrived and the bridge will be completed at once The water froze in the boiler of Henry Lammers engine Monday and the train was two hours late getting hem e Our farmerssay it has been the worst weather for feeding stock they ever saw They cant get in the fIelds to haul out fodder Mr William Rolstons horse fell down with him his foot hung in the stirup and he might have been badly hurt but the mail carrier came in time and caught the horse The people here concluded that they have been disappointed about the bridge long enough they went tf work Saturday and put down a temporary floor and the travelling public can now drive across Mrs Adelia Woods and pretty Miss Minnie of Stanford have been visiting relatives here Miss Gallic Adams has returned to Ripley Ohio Dr Ed Poyntz spent a few days in Richmond last week PKEACILEHSYILLE J P Rogers bought nine hogs from J F Green for 2400 Sol Rigsby sold six mules to a Ten nessee man for S71 per head James Roberts sold several calves to Sile Anderson for 15 per W P Grimes sold about 25 hogs to S Morgan for 5 cents per pound Mr George Brown raised the finest hemp crop in our neighborhood- J C Fox bought a span of mules from a Eockcastle county man for 185 Frank Thompson sold about CO bar rels of corn to B D Holtzclaw for 300 per barrel W B Bennett bought several cattle in the mountains last week Be re ports them scarce Mrs Eliza Robinson sold her farm of thirteen acres near Lawsons School for 40000 to J C Fox for Len Pollard Grandpa Cummins one of the oldest and most highly respected men of our neighbornood is on the sick list this week Alex Farmer will have a sale the 6th of this month and will leave our village He is a good neighbor and we wish him success wherever he goes Logue Thompson and wife will go to house keeping this week in the house formerly occupied by his father Dave Thompson and wife will go to house keeping in the Carson house Born tothe wife of Mr J J a fine girl Mr Thompson says the prettiest child he ever saw its just like its father Also a fine boy was born to the wife of Mr Sim Blankingestery one day last week W II Brown returned from the mountains where he has been buying some cattle lIrs D B Edminston and daughter has been visiting ter Mrs W H Cummins for a few days J L Hutchins was in Knox county last week in the interest of ins Oil Gas Co Mr Beri Pherigo and sisters Misses Minnie Ollie and Annie Sam were visiting their home folbs here last weekF wife and daughter Allie May have been visiting Mr WTPherigos family at McCreary for a few days Judge Steading Grimes of Texas has been visiting his brother Grimes a few days MAKKSBURY Henry Parks sold to Frank Parks a good work mare for 95 J C Boner sold to B F Patten two heifers at 335 per hundred H D sold some hemp to H A B Marksbury Son at 5c per pound James Parks bought of Alex West two fat cows at 3Jc also bought Montgomery one cowitor 35 Henry Parks and Miss Julia left Tuesdayfor Washington county where they will reside in the future MANSE Y Borri to the wife of John Dptj Jr a 10 Ib girl on the thirtyfirst As not its shadow will soon expect some spring The parties in time vicinity con Time Misses Spurlock enter tamed not long since also there was a dance at Mr Geo Calicoes Mrs Adelia Woods of Hustonville has been visiting her brother Mr Jerry HiggTns Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty Miss Mary Gordon Doty at Richmond Foleys Honey Tar is best for croup and whooping contains rip opiates and Care motnerS it iithe l ToyGCSs JE Stbrfijlesi rl V vr I I up- I lead- r Thompson her sis P fa TIe a tho g did see we still are ng a co qUickly flit k daughter it say Cummins N for S sister ground weather time and cures house Sol luiK i KltYANTSVIIJjR The heavy sleet did great damage i ro shade and other trees in this vicin ity Rev Garrison will fill the pulpit at the Grove next Sun Jay at half past two oclock Mr Jell Dunn sold three pairs of mules at one hundred and sixty and seventy a pair Miss Helen Thurmod of Stanford will begin school here next Monday the 10th of February- J S Haselden has employed Mr Achenroth of Ilarrodsburg a harness maker Those wanting nice hand made harness will be promptly waited onIt was Mr Dan Cheathams cousin who shot himself near here last week and unmarried It was stated that it was Dan Cheatham and that he had been married about weeks Mr Dan Cheatham married a few weeks ago and he and wife are living hapily together Misses Hallie and Annie Jennings of Danville have returned home by Miss Bessie Ballard who will visit relatives there J W Farley is on the sick list Mr Dunn and family will move near Nicholasville this week BOURNE Jeff Dunn sold to Ike Baylor mork mules for 180 The recent sleet has done great damage to the fruit trees The mail failed to reach here on account of the high water Gilbert Turner bought of Jeff Dunn four work mules at 80 each also sold three head of cattle for 100 Mr Phillip McMelon and Miss Montgomery were quietly married at the home of the bride last Wednes day the Rev J I Wills officiating Our best wishes go with them Mr Noah Marsee returned home Monday after a weeks visit with in Middlesboro Miss Buelah Huffman is very ill of pneumonia at this writing Miss Lucy Turner home Saturday after a pleas ant weeks visit with relatives at Ily attsville Mr Leonard Nave and of Paint Lick are the guests of Mr Allan Ray and family Mrs Gilbert Turner is quite ill at this writing Misses Mattie Coulter and Florence Duncan spent Friday with Miss Loa Duncan Mr James Tur ner of Hvattsville spent Satuday night and Sunday with Mr Noah Marsee STONE Sherman Bisbourn lost a valuable horse last week Lem Teater bought of Kerby Tea ter nine shoats for 16 Madam rumor reports another wed ding at this place next week L L Sanders bought from several parties seventeen shoats from 5 to Died on the 26th inst at her home near Judson Mrs J M Sanders She had been confined to her bed for nearlya year She was a member of the Presbyterian church A husband two brothers sons and daught Mrs Lizzie Allen and daughter Eva will leave in a few days for where they will make their fu ture home Mrs Emma Posey is at the of her sister who remains very ill Messrs John and Tom Hicks visited their father last week Mr John Sanders spent Sunday at this place Jewell S Sanders visited her at Judson last week Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan visited her mother last week Chas Dillon sold his tobacco to An derson for 7ic- McQuerry Bros sold their tobacco to Anderson for 7 Mr Wm Coldiron had a valuable mule to die last C W Graves sold his tobacco crop to Anderson for Sets W H Furr bought a sheep from John Miller for J F Cook sold a fat to Fox Kawson for 325 hundred J C Clouse sold to Sam Anderson 6 fat hogs for 535 a hundred Walter Spangler bought of Jim Rog a sow and 8 shoats for 3000 Jas Hutchins is moving to the Tom which he purchased for 475Hugh Ball and wife visited at Jas Sunday Walter Spangler vis iced W H Farr Sunday night Rev Noah Smith has moved to the Jas Hutchins farm which he pur chased for 900 He comes from Bell county Some of the boys played a prank on Tom Collettdne night last week by calling him ta the door and throwing cold water on him They him 3 to soothe his ruffled feelings Million to Work The wonderful activity of the new century is shown by de mand the worlds workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Sick Headache Biliousness drany trouble of Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 2pc atB EMcEdberts Lancaster Fish drugstore Paint Lick 1m y v v Vy I three accompanied returned sev rai lossS Indiana bedside grandfather week 275 cow Lawson all Porter two Wednesday Maggie relatives wife 5i FLAT WOODS ers farm Balls gave rut enormous for best Constipation Stomach Cols BUCKEYE Frank Pierce 5 shoats at R L Burton sold to W T Noel a tine jack for 225 Mr Joe Simpson bought a lot of shoats at 4c per Ib Oscar Ray sold to Arthur Noel a fine saddle horse at 100 Mr E B Ray sold a good yearling steer to Joe Simpson for 25 Wm Burton sold to Tennessee par ties 18 mules at 6250 per head E B Ray and Joe Pierce sold their tobacco crops to Joe Simmons at S600 to S725 Smith Hurt bought a pair of 2year old mare from Mr Jack Dunn of Bryan tsvi lie for 180 Mr thins Tarter of Teatersvill has rented his house lot and shop to Jas Easlej for 5JO Easley has rented same to James Ilurdwidc for this yearBorn to the wife of John Foster on Jan 22nd a girl Fannie will begin a select school at Buckeye Monday Feb 3rd Mrs Ellen Litreil has been called to the bedside of her son Lige Ray who is dangerously ill with pneumonia Mr Joe Simpson who has been very ill is improving Several of our young folks attended preaching at Gilead last Stindy Mr and Mrs John Brown have returned home after a few days visit to rela tive Tt C Bfit r fa V ista Miss Ray spent the latter part of last week with Buelah Rancy Otto Simpson has returned home after a two weeks visit at High Bridge Messrs Ben ford and West of Kicholasville Lillard Miles last week BTTIS The sleet has caused considerable damage to trees and fences in this neighborhoodThe be ready for break big as soon as the weather fairs up If you want caps hats boots and gents furnishing goods at cost call on W S Bettis he has them for cash Misses Susie and Ollie Mitchell of London are visiting friends and rein tives in this vicinity Miss Pattie Leak visited at Hubble last week Miller of Hubble vis ited Sue Bourne last Sunday Miss Mamie Daily of Marksbury has been visiting her aunt Mrs Robert Bettis Misses Myrtle and Ilettie Spratt spent Thursday with Sue Bourne Mr Bourne and Miss Minnie Spratt left Monday for New Mexico the former for a visit and the latter for his health Miss Amanda An derson began school at Pleasant Hill last Monday with prospects for a flat tering school Mr Mose Adams and family will move to Parksville in a few days much to the regret of their many friends Mr and Mrs John Un derwood of Hubble visited her par ents Sunday Buff Boure visited his brother Kinnaird who has been ill for some time Miss Sue Bourne visited her brother at Hubble last week and attended the party given by Jones Bros Tuesday night HUBBLE A maddog passed J W Bournes Sunday and bit his dog The doggy was followed by J W Bourne and J I Wilmot and killed Mr Bourne re gretted very much having to kill such- a smart dog as his Beckham Miss Sue Barnes Bourne of Garrard visited the family of her brother J W Bourne last week A party was given by Mr Willie Jones at his home Tuesday night A large crowd and was very much enjoyed Miss Doty of Lancaster visited Miss Alice Walker Sunday Mrs Betsy Yeager visited her father last week Mrs John im proved at this writing rMiss June McGuire is about well again after several weeks illness I vvVv V 15 Miles I I Minnie visited I Miss Katie Myral attended much Maya mules Miss critically Raney is H 7 HH ffi care and 4 a- uures greattICreq experience to COiIECTLY compound PIVSI CLANS PRESCRIPTIONS Hamilton Broaddus has returned from a trip to Lexington T C Gulley bought of John Flowers one work mule for 8KSGO Lige Ray is very ill of pneumonia at his home near Teatersville Ben Ham sold to S Morgan 25 90 lb shoats at 5 cents per pound- S Morgan bought of Simpson Ray JO shoats at 4i to 5 cts per pound Some 700 Ib cattle at 3 cts per pound Roit Warner youngest son of P G Warner has joined the regular army Eobt will make a good soldier and if he gets his just dues will soon be wear ing epaulettes- Mr Thos Palmer bought the follow ing crops of tobacco C Collins 6000 lbs at 6i cts per lb Jim Simpson 3500 lbs at GJ cts per lb Jim D Baker 5000 lbs at GJ cts per Ib Alex 4000 lbs at per lb Josiah Simmons of Madison bought the crops of tobacco John Pendleton GUOO Ibs at 7J cts per pound Brutus Wearen 5000 lbs at 8 cts per Ib Elijah tiny 4000 Ibs at i cts per lb Chas Bolton 2000 lbs at Gi cts per lb A most deplorable accident occurred in our neighborhood Saturday evening Luther Sebastian son of Wm Sebas tian returned from hunting and laid his loaded rifle nearby while he sat warming before the fire Smaller children were playing in the room one knocked the gun off and Luther was instantly killed the ball entering the head at base of brain To say this news shocked us and brought untold sorrow would but half express the deep grief we tech Luther had been pupil for four years he was bright beyond measure full of life pleasant with school mates and teacher and at all times honest brave and truthful If any question arose on the play ground Luther would always state it as it occurred though it implicated himself Only a few days ago we to a friend that If Luther told us anything we believed it as though we had seen it Is it any wonder that we were so drawn to this noble boy with such loved him almost as our very own It is a strange dispensation of Provi dence that he has been taken so earlv in life but God doeth all things well Bereaved parents try to say Gods will done Sloop on loved one in calm unbroken sleep Now wesee through a glass darkly but then face to face we shall know even as we are known Something That wail Ho You We know of no way in which ve can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be of real good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very best reme dies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used it with such good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessity By its prompt use we havent any doubt but that it has time and again prevented croup The testimony is upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who have small children always keep it in their homes as a safeguard against S C Mes senger For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Y Layton Gets had remarked sterling qualities Good given croupCamden 3IcOP EAP following i and our A Registered Pharmacist of of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store 1 years 1 t McHoberts Drug StoreI I O s One of this weeks BARGAINS They were NOW 200 8250 o 0 o o 2 o 0 0O 0o 0 Cull and Let V Prove It We are located here permanently and cant afford to do slipshod work Call on us and and have that hair trimmed At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Mar 7tli One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5pm Wire FenceIPaye Page Fence Must be Made of PAGE WIRE I have just received a full carload of this Celebrated Fence and you will will call on you J T Lancaster Ky buyingLeavell DAMP COLD FEET ARE THE DOCTORS SIDE PARTNER We have the remedy and it wont cost you anymore than one visit of the say nothing of the comfort and satisfaction its a pair of Peters Diamond Brand Shoes l e 1 1 II 10 ID doctorto ItfJ I 1 A r t M 1 as it should be not a bun dle of oats Henry Duncan in Gar rard Hotel building Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut Gorman American Phenix ot Hrookljn Milwaukee Merchants York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile of LOUISVILLE KY lookinglike INSURANCE RcprBsBlltin Followin Companies New Actna 11fo Ins Co HartfordGonn Goldstein The Eye Specialist r R1KINWAIRD 5 9- flrJk Prepare for tile cold and wet February March and April by taking advantage of our February Stock Producing Prices and lay in a supply of footwear lor winter and spring wear This is the month to buy if you would save money BROREN COME in SELECTION t d Y NOW while the UN Special Bargains in Dry Goods and Underwear Ward Sympson 4 to IYt e m t A c5i S c 7O 7 I i 4r i CHILLED PLOWS K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson I t EOLIVER fr r 4M M M 4 About The People M M M H M M M M H M M H Miss Allie Tribble of Richmond is visiting relatives in the county Miss Letitia Brown of Lexington is the guest of Mrs John Farra Miss Hattie Robertson left Satur day for her home in Cynthiana Miss Florence Burnside entertained a few friends Saturday evening Miss Lillie Noel is at home again from a visit to her mother in Danville Messrs Joe and Louis Burnside gave a very enjoyable candypulling Friday eveningMisses Pearl and Anna Hill have re turned from a visit to relatives in BryantsvilleMiss Hilton of Brodhead has accepted a position as clerk in R H Batsons store Mr Will Doty entertained a num ber of ladies and gentlemen Saturday at an elegant dinner Miss Louise Kauffman has been quite ill at the home of her aunt Mrs Lusk of Hustonville Mrs Lou and Purcell of Broadhead are visiting their sister Mrs Fred Stone and family- A very good likeness of our post master Mr W T West appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Mr and rcfffic ing over the arrival on son who has been christened Herring Campbell Miss Helen Thurmond of Brod head has been visiting Mrs U D Simpson at the Mason hotel Stanford Mrs J Randolph Harris and baby will leave this week to visit her Mr and Mrs J F Cash at Tur nersvilleMr Mrs Robert Embry enter tained the Club of Games evening The club will be enter by Mr Guy Davidson next Thursday evening Miss Mollie F Smith has retired from the clerical force of R II Bat sons dry goods store and desires to thank her friends for many favors while she was thus employed Miss Pearl Burnside Tevis Carpen r of Stanford and Emily Chenault Richmond who have been the popular guests of Miss Christine Brad ley left this week for their homes Mr Sam McDonald one of the cleverest gentlemen on the road was here a few days since to see his customers He has been traveling for the AlmsDoepke Company Cincin nati for twentysix years and has made Lancaster during all that time Mr McDonald is a polished gentleman and enjoys the respect and t t t f i Sallie a J avenue parents tlned t Miss t seW 1den aiMrs Thursday S 1 l 0 NAME ON EVERY PIECE LOWNEYS 1 Chocolate Bonbons We also have KeystoneSilverWMte Gelatme The Leading Grocery v i i O fl M BALLOU f 1 OtIoi IT 1 confidence of a wide circle of friends Capt White is some better though still confined to his bed A very enjoyable informal dance was given at the Mason hotel Friday evening in honor of tne visiting young ladies The music was furnished bv Burnsides orchestra The following young ladies were present Misses Tevis Carpenter Pearl Burnside of Stanford Letitia Brown of Lexing ton Emily Chenault of Richmond Sue Oglevie of Point Leavel Chris tine Bradley Alberta Anderson Tomlinson and Altie Marksbury The young gentlemen were Will Den ny John Burnside Branham Beazley Sam Denny Louis West Ed Doty Marshal Denny Charlie West Louis Herndon Wade Terrill H T Logan and Ollie Terrill Miss Christine Bradley entertained a few friends at cards Thursday even ing in honor of Misses Tevis Carpenter and Emily Chenault Miss Bradley certainly knows how to make her guests enjoy themselves and to be invited to tel home means an evening of delightful entertainment Having received so much attention one would suppose Miss Bradley to be of that vain type so common among people of prominence but on the contrary she is far from it She is a gracious sweet little lady beloved and honored by all who have the pleasure of her acquaint ance Euchre was the game enjoyed Thursday evening followed by a of ices The ladies first prize was won by Miss Pearl Burn side the second by Miss Alberta An derson The first prize for gentleman was presented to Mr Ed Doty the second to Mr Charlie West The guests were Misses Pearl Burnside Alberta Anderson Margaret Tomlin son Tevis Carpenter Emily Chenault Altie Marksbury Messrs Ed Doty John Burnside Saufley Hughes Will Burton Ben Herndon Louis West Sam Denny Branham Beazley and Charlie West Cured Consumption Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan wines My husband lay sick for three months the doctors stated he had quick consumption We procured a bottle of Ballads Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and since then we always kept a bottle in the house We cannot do without it For coughs and colds it has no equal 25c 50c and 100 bottle at R E McRobers lm Never estimate your peach crop from a census of the buds Eavorite Nearly Everswhere Constipation means dullness depres sion headache generally disordered health DeWitts Lttle Early Risers stimulate the liver open the bowels and relieve this condition Safe speedy and thorough They never gripe Favorite pills lm Many a woman is a martyr to her husbands dyspepsia Saved Him From Trotue There is no more agonizing trouble than piles The constant itching and burning make life intolerable No po sition is comfortable The torture is unceasing DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures piles at once For skin diseases cuts burns bruises all kinds of wounds it is unequalled J S Gerall St Paul Ark says From 1865 I with the producing bleeding piles and could find nothing to help me ntil I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Beware of counterfeits It isnt necessary for a man to be a hypnotist in order to get his mind concentrated on the toothache Clerks Wise Suggestio- nI have lately been much troubled with dyspepsia belching and sour stomach writes M S Mead leading pharmacist of Attleboro Mass I could eat hardly anything without suf fering several hours My clerk sug gested I try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which 1 did with most happy results I have had no more trouble and when one can go to eating mince pie cheese candy and nuts after such a time their digestion must be pretty good I en dorse Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily You dont have to diet Eat all good you want overload Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests your food lm I I f I substantials and j dont the t Maggie supper suffered th food bu stomach s e Business Bargains t Valentines at Thompsons Give us a trial on job work A nice line of glassware at New lot croklnolc boards at Thompsons When you jni Old Hickory wagon call on Elmore Machine needles and oil at Thompsons Fresh hominy and H Flakes aFT Curreys For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at tf Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone Get price on handmade buggy at Conns Carriage Shop M Wanted Dressed fowls for cash or groceries T Curreys Rebate stamps given at Leavells coal yard 19tf Dont fail to see our suits and over coats at cost H T Logan If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavells coal yard 19tf Romans quarters for all kinds of plo atid wagon gear Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf We keep a full line of Musical instruments and strings S Eggs are high buy International Chicken hood and hens lay Sold by T Currey New lot of fine violins guitars and banjos and all kinds of strings c Thompson Nothing reserved every overcoat in our house at manufactur ers cost H T Logan- I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey Conns 1 You fool some on flour but you cant fool a regular user of Potts Flour for he will not be fooled Our suits and overcoats are going fast at cost Come in at once or you will fail to find your size H T Logan At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place your groceries Age 40 years A few No 2 tfurning hand xfiet Conns Carriage Shop I Potts flour is good because it is mill ed by people that know how and is extracted from A 1 wheat tf I will run my corn mill every Mon day and Saturday Bring your torn and get good meal S T Leavel Romans Elmore will have more fine Buggies Surries Roadwagons and phaetons than were everplaced before Garrard county people 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 750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster 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 For Kent The twostory residence on Lexing ton street adjoining Graded School Possession given immediately Ed Hughes Timothy Hay for Sale Have some nice hay properly cured Will deliver by load or stack for cash J W Elmore 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 Potts is going to put a patent flour on the market after a bit better buy some scrap iron to weight stove down Something with a Fin it tf Town Property A desirable cot Cage with all necessary outbuildings and two acres of land Easy pay ments tf W J Romans We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed 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 son dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every secdndMonday if U l t t 4 J iti dill TCnrre wan Ro ns Stormes ar Thompson make suitand Harness Ij8S ar less money than a e See hem at Carriag Shop can peg le to buy A bargain price bef buying Satin ishto For Sale reed r i rrid I s 1 e a j Elmo you bows 1 Icy y plow n a dec hulls Hoe b If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff not say you had no warning you can save cost by payir4g before we reach your name Sanders For Good Work All those wanting foundation work builtshould call on the Sexton for first class work at reasonable rat s W H Kinnaird Chuin Board of trustees The Board has ordered that no one but the Sexton shall do this work ll283m Old Mans Cake Walk Henry Perkins a hustling colored boy has arranged to glvo an old mans at the court house Friday night the 7th Many old colored men will participate Admis 15 and 25cts 1233 WINTEK TOURIST RATES Queen Crescent Route Winter tourist rates are now in to all points South Through sleeping car service to Florida and New Orleans Fast schedules Low rates to Charleston South Carolina Exposition Greatest display ever seen in the South is promised at the Charleston Exposition this winter Ticket agents will gladly furnish in formation as to rates and schedules when called upon W C Rinearson o p A W J Murphy General Manager 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 1302m GRAS Queen A Crescent Route New Orleans February 11th MidWinter Fete in the world and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen Crescent Route Finest train service in the South Two fast 21hour trains every day in the year from Cincinnati The trip through the beautiful southern country is a holiday in itself All inquiries gladly answered Free printed matter 3t W C RINEARSON G P A Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending to buy any kind of a Monument this yearOne of our firm has just returned from a six weeks trip to the leading Granite Quarries where he placed orders for ten car loads of Monuments for early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing such a large lot at the dullest season of the year we secured it at unusually low prices and as it will be shipped at carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are of fering itatcorrespondingly low prices Now is your opportunity to order a Monument of the best grade of Barre granite and of artistic design and execution lettered in the quarries shipped direct to your own town and delivered when desired at very low prices If you wish to see our prices or furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 263m Lexington Ky What a different world this would be if the voice of conscience used a For Stomach Troubles Thave taken a great many different medicines forstomach trouble and con stipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dun kerton Iowa never had as good results from any as from Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by R E McRoberts druggist The deadly parallel is doubly fatal when it tackles love Saved Her Childs Life In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by Pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City O A terrible cough set in that in spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grew worse We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this grand medi cine saved his life Millions know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases RE McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction 50c 100 Trial bottles free 1m A divorce court judge plays short stop in the matrimonial field Cancer Cured MrW IVPrickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 1 had been suffering several yeers with a on my face which gave me great and unbearable itching I was using Ballads Snow Liniment for sore prvmy leg and through aa dent I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer as it gave me instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer came out face healed up and thereis not theslightest left I have Implicit the of preparation andl jt can not tye too highly recommended 25c SOcandVSLOO For sale by Roberts lm 0 I Do cakewalk well nown k MARDI Greatest everyday Consumption cants my in this REM iit e Ward effect megaphones but 4S annoyance ace and scar faith merits t vr I F And harassed by had cough Use Ballards Horehound Syrup it se cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25c 50c and 100 bottle at R E McRoberts lm There is such a thing as a woman of few words but she is apt to be reiter ative Mr AVliecler Got Rid of iris KhenmatlsK During the winter of 1893 I was so lame in my joints in fact all over my body that I could hardly hobble around bought a little of Chamberlains Pain Balm From the first application I began to get well and was cured and have worked steadi ly all the year R Wheeler N Y For sale by R E McRoberts druggist Interest of the public in a mans private affairs increases as he climbs the ladder of fame The Last Heard or It My little boy took the croup one night and soon grew so bad you could hear him breathe all over house says FD Reynolds Mansfield 0 We feared he would die but a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved him and he went to sleep Thats the last we heard of the Now isnt a cough cure that valuable One Minute Cough Cure is absolutely safe and acts immediately For coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and all other throat and lung troubles it is a certain cure very pleasant to take The little ones like it lm When a man resigns himself to fate his resignation is always accepted A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup which sounds like the childrens death knell and it means death unless something is done quickly Foleys Honey and Tar never fails to give instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of croup Mrs P L Cordier of Manning ton Ky writes My three year old girl had a severe case of croup the doctor said she could not live I got a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick relief and saved her life Refuse substitutes Sold by C C J E Stormes lm Dr is abbreviation frequently used to express the relations of a pa tient to his physician WEAK AND LOW SPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience Can heartily recommend Herbine as a medecine of remarkable efficacy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitation head ache drowsiness after meals with dis tressing mental depressions and low spirits Herbine must be a unique preparation for cases such as mine for a few doses entirely removed my com plaint I wonder at people going on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when Herbine is pro curable and so cheap 50c a bottle at R E McRoberts lm A womans idea of a delightful con versationist is one who lets her do all the talking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will offer for sale my personality on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18th 1902 consisting of 5 head of horses 7 head mules 13 head of cows and calves 1 bull 6 head of sows and pigs about 150 about 6 tons of hay some wheat and shelled oats farming implements and household and kitchen furniture meat from 12 hogs 1 side board Also an oldfashioned Grand fathers clock in good repair Also 56 acres of Flatwoods land divided into lots of ten twelve and fifteen acres which I will sell on reasonable terms Sale begins at 10 oclock a m promptlyTerms known on day of sale C TERRILL Manse Garrard county Ky ANNUAL REPORT OF THE OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER FOR YEAR ENDING DEC RECEIPTS Balance In Treasury Jam 1st 1901 996 83 For Fines and forfeitures 9 JIB 60 For Licenses Dog Tax 103 50 For Tuxes 428180 For E Hood 47 60 Spilman Tress 7 00 54 60 For Loan For Rent Workhouse 50 00 Total 680738 DISBURSEMENTS Salaries of Mayor and Council Attorneys Com 9934 17567 MarahalDepty Janitor 1114 71 Jailer 157 Printing and Insurance 75 Lights Assessor Clock and Supervisor 69 00 Judgts and Costs 875 Streets 88381 Paid Loans 5QO00 12 30 61230 Police Judged 3 sal Sundry Treas 2 years 22334 Disbursements 518224 Cash In 162514 ASSETS LIABILITIES Cash InTreasv ift 14 City real estate 227800 Department 100000 Liabilities none JAN 7th 1002 Tc h n You Rstiess NIght when I croup like an IDlitalu EqlniiturIB 31 190t 600 CO 23225 II II II SOl II II 96175 percent 1621 asury on 6807 tS i ro U90 h 1re nt will barrels corn E b t expenses Total k W B MASON Oterr a m O O O O The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5O000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C Cashier A J F Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird J M HlGGINBOTHAM President LEWIS Y LEAVER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J M Higginbotham Lewis Y Leavell J J Walker T M Arnold Sx3S 3 S3x 3x S3xSx 3xS 3H tud o K 0 2 2 0 0j 0 DES ltCashr s 0 f RIONEY Asst jB F Hudson Os0s0iO aoaI- 43 0 0 Ass 0 O a Ci 00000 OO OC 0000000000 J 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 r and the Continental lire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt Q B SWINEBROADATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store Lancaster fy COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly Attended to L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Real 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 JOHNSTONCIvIL 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 patiently and must have what you owe to meet my own obigations SALLIE D TILLETT t3 ilii ilii t3 ilii t3 II El I 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 Perfect trimmings and the 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 marvel of the merchant tailoring world We make the other styles of overcbti too C6e Automobile She Royal lUtglali Ce London Top Cbet everything in fashionable dress for men aoid boytf less end dress better Our stock is still unbroken for Suits of our popular price 1 15 850 and 26 To be sure of getting a suit for Christmas order swagger d step JI fabricstested liningsselected Pev placeyour 1 J ail IIBm PBIIiLI two rr fr the at once The OUest and Best Y s S Sis a combination of roots and herbs of great curative powers nnd when taken into the circulation searches out and removes all manner of poisons from the blood without the least shock or harm to the system On the contrary the general health begins to improve from the first dose for S S S is not only a blood purifier but an excellent tonic and strength ins and builds up the constitution wliile purging the blood of S S S cures all diseases of a blood poison origin Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Chronic Sores and Ulcers Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Herpes and similar troubles andus an infallible cure and the only antjdote for that most horrible disease Contagious Blood Poison of nearly fifty years of successful cures is a record to be proud of S S S is more popular today than ever It numbers its friends by the thousands Our medical is larger than ever in the history of the medicine Many write to thank us for the great good S S S has done them while others are seek ing advice about their cases letters receive prompt and attention Our physicians have made alifelong study ofBlood and Skin and better understand such cases than the ordinary practitioner who makes a specialty of no one disease I J correspondence Diseases impuri- tieS Ali SSSI liniment outside use Is preferable to else Friend if used through out the entire for Mothers we are doing great good to suffering humanity through our consulting de artment and invite you to write us have any blood or skin trouble Ve make no charge whatever for this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA ifyou I S t- I FApn4GA Apples and oter fruits are high R Cook hought a bunch of shoals average 110 Ibs at Sets WAXJ D Cows heifers and steers G A Swinebroad Hubble Ky The Eist received 300000 feet of lumber during the last year by rail from the Pacific coast It requires feed rich in protein for pigs and young hogs to develop them poperly horn is the tinisher The pig is an important factor of profit where there is plenty of slim milk lie is a profitable I consumer- Iam in the market for hemp will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West 103tf Mothers can safely give Money and Tar to their children for couglisand colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m farm products of the United States this year are doubtless worth 100000000 more than last years out turnIn times out of ten disease among pigs may be prevented by pure water and clean methods of cleaning and handling Hogs are moneymakers and the promise now is that they will continue to so till a bigger crop of pigs are grown next season The great champion Hereford bull perfection sold a few days ago at Chi cago Thomas Clarks dispersion sale at 8 000to GilbertrH Hoxie Thorn town Illinos During the last five years exports have been 938000000 greater than for the preceding years a gain of thirty per cent while of manufactures have almost doubled in value Kidney complaint kills people than any other disease This is due to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hold on the system it is recognized Foleys Kidney Cure will prevent the development of atal disease if taken in time Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m Taking a fair basis of values f during the late agricultural depres sion nine staple crops for this year represent an increase in value os more than 700000000 Live stock is worth 1000000 more now than then The first year of the new century was an allaround recordbreaker for the farmers of the United States The entire years surplus of the of field and farm sold abroad amounted to no less than 500000000 The combination sale of Hereford cattle held at Kansas City lust week GIRLISH r FIGURES HOW MARRIED WOMEN MAY RETAIN THEM Besides comely to the extent of sweetness grace and symmetry lose these powers when nature In period of gestation imposes upon them the I s extraordinarily W Th nine b agricultural exports more before 18 Gas products I an Foley 0 oft n Properly under a season cases is it made so however without artificial aid A I I motherhood of anticipation pregnancy vri tissues soften the and make elastic and sinews This celebrated liniment removes stiffness and promotes expansion of the fibres when under strain Your i a machine of flesh muscles and bones and Mothers Friend is used for the purpose 01 lubricating the parts taxed during pregnancy It is wonderful worthy a trial Of your druggists at 100 per bottle You are welcome to our book Motherhood THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA period of soothe and the tendons tpliedI 4j C t relax 4 Ipr wasVcry gooH rnevery respect while the prices paid were not high yet the cattle brought their value The at tendance was very good One hun dred and sef nly sold eraye of 522894 The Riley Bros Tliorntown Illi nois last week sold a male Berkshire months old for 200 It weighed 275 pounds On expert scoring Uie pig was pronounced perfect The pur chaser was II O Taylor of Wisconsin and goes to Mr Taylors farm near Portland Oregon In The Delineator for February Alice M Kellogg describes small and very desirable country house One of the best features of the house is that the kitchen and servants quarters are quite distinct from the other rooms NOt only are floor plans of the house given but the building completed and numerous photographs of the various rooms artistically furnished so that the prospective builder cannot onlyr see the way the exterior will look but can get Ideas for the proper furnish ing of the interior 1 have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy fora number of years apd have no hesitancy in saying that is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my confi dence in this Remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale bv R R McRoberts druggist 1m ITarrodsburg Democrat A mule trader says the trade in the South is very different from what it was a few years ago and that a common cotton mule or anything that can stand up to a plow will be taken bv the buyers in that section at present The he says in turn sells the mule to a negro at double what it cost him tak log a mortgage on the negros team and cotton crop with interest at 25 per cent and of course generally has a chance to sell the animal over again so he makes money on the animal no matter if it be of inferior stock ITarrodsburg Democrat B J Figg of Burgin assisted by Frank of Midway and John Boude of Georgetown has bought the following crops of tobacco to be delivered at Burgin Of Mrs T C Coleman and James Sexton 13000 lbs at 785 Bonta Bros and Cal and Wm Knight 5000 at 7c Bonta Bros and Vita ysird 10000 at 7ir McCar thy 15000 at B F Roach 7000 i t c Win Nave and Joe J0500 at 7 c Wm Sexton 13 000 at Ole Mrs Annie Cook 10000 at C and 500 Ills of trash at 3c also of Bright Mofford 7500 at SO 60 German Syrup is thespecial prescrip t ion of Dr A Boschee a celebrate German Physician and is acknowl edged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all Lung troubles of the severest nature re moving as it does the cause of the and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine but has stood the test of years giving in every case which its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boschees German Syrup was in the United States in 1868 and is now sold in every town and vil lage in the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Al manac Stormes drug store Cm The man who wakes up to find him self rolling in wealth soon rolls out of it Good Advice The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from and Liver complaint More than seventyfive per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitation of the Heartburn Waterbrash Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stomach Yellow Skin Coated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of the Food after Eating Low Spirits etc Go to your Druggist a bottle of August Flower for 75 cents Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormes drug store 6m THE TIMECLOCKS OF LIFE Measure Duration by high Thinking audoble Service Sonic Xot In Good Working Order It is a common thing to hear one say in beautiful quotation that we do not live in hours or days but by heartthrobs It is very true and yet the heartthrobs do not alwajs measure time as it ought to be meas ured It depends on the character of those heartthrobs How many live on through a day or a week or a year and yet do not live at all it is nothing more than existence No one would say of the brute thathe lives in one sense he does but in a very narrow sense he exists nothing more Days are alike to him there is no aspiration no seek ing after high ideals When the writer of the psalm said Be not as the horse or mule he did not neces sarily confine himself to a suggestion of intractability but of real life When a poet sang Be not like dumb driven cattle he had in mind life real spiritual life It is the spir itual life that marks time lIe who has no spiritual life whose days alike to him also has a but it marks dead hours not living moments Mary Emerson speaking of her associates said We measure duration by the number of our thoughts by the activity of reason discovery of truths the acquire ment of virtue the approach to God High thinking and noble service are the timeclocks of life How your measure time BaptYst Union j j I for 38U4511In seven I I I it buyer Sutherland Bowlin 8c Vineyard A Good Thing affection satisfaction introduced It Dyspepsia midget I t clock I I ludgc e s ar Call C he S What nn Ordinary Trail on due Dcno lisle Plain Revealed to Frank Goiirnrd GENIUS OF A FAMOUS SCOUT The passing of the Indian scout will be another page of the romantic torn from the worlds history which is ever becoming more prosaie IJuffalo nil is nn able man and true us steel a detective ability that Sherlock Holmes himself might envy Prank Gourard a Hawaiian brought up among the Indians stands without a peer Gourard is tall and very muscular with huge shoulders land chest lIe gives evidence of his nativity in his thick sensuous lips flat tened nose and dusky complexion un like that Indian lie says himself that he merely remembers the fact that as a baby he was brought from across the water Jy long living with the Indians he acquired a perfect knowledge of their habits traditions and even methods of thought Hence ho was invaluable in the army when it was called upon to march against the hostile red men says the Washington Times Lieut Jordan of the metropolitan police force was with Gen Crooks command in its memorable campaign against the Sioux Gourard rendered yeomans service during this trying period when the horror of Custer massacre was very fresh especially in the minds of the devoted band which hurried after his slayers Lieut Tor dan is it is believed time only man in this city who can recall experience till terrors of that orable chase Speaking of Gourard he said I nver met a man with faculty of Gourard He ennui tell a foolprint in the grass where the ordinary ob server would notice nothing Jlore over he would tell whether the foot and if the lai tor to what tribe he belonged To he sure he explained the matter by saying that each tribe wore a certain style of moccasin limit thin was sometimes so trivial as able one The Indians as you doubt less know when on the warpath march in single file those behind treading hi the footprints of the leader so as to leave a single pair of marks The ear riages used for carrying the squaws and children and supplies wore formed of two poles lashed together one at each side of time horse with the ends trailing along tilt ground Those were of till same width and one was driven in the path of tilt other Hut in spite of these precautions Gou rard could toll with practical exact ness the number of warriors squaws and pappnosos that had pissed along a trail in addition to the tribe they be longed to and other particulars which were hidden from the ordinary observ er and the determining of which to those who did not know the extraordi nary capabilities of the scout seemed wholly impossible lie would notice two sticks laid upon the ground and they would tell him of a sign of warn for the Indians for their IWo pie There are very many of this kind of marks by which the Indians counsel each other In short Gourard had reduced the faculty of observation which mostciv ilixed people use so carelessly to an science The Indians also as you probably know are keen servers You will never be able to catch eye perhaps or to know just where they are looking hut they will see much more than the average while man The only occasion when an gn7e is fixed is when he descries object at a great distance They the horizon shading their eyes with one hand the while WHAT BOTHERED THE COOK aw So Good It Caused A lady had a cook who gave her every satisfaction and she was under the impression that the cook was equally satisfied with her place states London TitBits But one morning to the ladys intense the cook gave her the usual months notice What do you want to leave for Jane aslced the mistress I am very much pleased with you and I thought you were quite comfortable here Yes mum Im comfortable enough in a way but The cook hesitated and fidgeted about But what queried the mistress Well mum she blurted out the fact is the master doesnt seem to predate my cookery and cant stop in a place where my efforts to please arc wasted so Id rather go mum But what makes you think that your master doesnt appreciate your cookery Has he ever complained to you asked the lady No mum but my late master was always being laid up through over eating he said he couldnt help so because my cookery was so delicious but master lucre hasnt been laid up once all the three months Ive been with you and thats just what bothers me so mum AVnlklngr Match on Shipboard A feature of the voyage of tIll steamer Coptic from China to San Francisco was a fiveday walking match Sixteen of the passengers the competition The deck was measured and from six oclock in the morning until six oclock in the even ing the contestants walked encour aged by the plaudits of more passengers who drew up their deck chairs close to time space allotted to tug walkers and watched the match Lieut Heinrich of the German army was the winner walking 128 miles A J Flaherty of the Peking consular cadets was second with a score of 110 miles Chicago Chronicle Diploiiintle The earrings are very pretty she said with just a tinge of disappoint ment but the stones are very small But my dear replied the foxy man if they were any larger they would be all out of proportion the size of your ears Philadei piiia Press Or Little Ida are usually of no use ex cept to point to with piideAtchison V for prohably I he print was left by a whit man urau Indian distinction torn er jourards feat a rtmarl ingle ft latter exact R11 Indian some have n on the plains of Her CooldllJ lIer Emt1oer to Overeat Iliniscif surprise doing entered sedentary ti G 5- o 5 i7 1 But alan I nu Ill lime vtry thei L way sweepin i o e- Rich a lobe S 5 BLUFF AND BLUNT rtt Hut VelIarennIns Viio Uie Just because the machinery of ire is so apt to be heated one keenly appre ciates those who are ever deftly pour ing the cooling oil by thtir patience their tact their sweetness and their sympathy And one resents keenly that class of people who are honest 1 well meaning but who are persistent ly discourteous and not ashamed I mean the man who is credited with what is called a bluff blunt manner and who credits himself with a quality of downrightness and straight forwardness He considers it far ter to say what he thinks and that he never minces his words and people make all kinds of excuses for him and rather talk as if he were a very line fellow beside whom civil spoken persons were little better than hyprocrites As a matter of fact no one can ea dilate the pain this outspoken man causes in a singe day family and outside Xor have 1 ever been able to understand why he is praised or even tolerated and why he is not sharply di alt with asan offender against the social peace lie is said to deal faithfully wiih any person whom he disapproves it would be right to say he deals insolently and what called faithfulness is generally un pardonable impudence His bark it is said is worse than his hill and one hopes that it may be hut 1 do not see what consolation lliere is for when this illmannered person at my heels in the tact that he has not also bitten me I object to his barking and if he persists 1 am justified in a stick No maui has any right to lecture his neighbor or to intrude upon his neighbors privacy or to wound his neighbors feelings and when he does so in his role of the plain spoken man then he ought to lie made to understand the difference between reality and rudeness and be taught to keep a civil tongue in his herd Ian Afaclaren in the Christian Endeavor World TRYING TEST OF CHARACTER The Duly of Apologizing for 11 Thoughtlessly Done to Another The hardest thing for some persons to do is to apologize to another whom they have wronged Yet there is scarcely any other way in which of character may be more strik ingly manifested Everyone is liable to be overcome by sudden temptation and say or do that which he afterward regrets Then comes the struggle with the better self What shall he doV Humble himself and apologize or yield to his pride and let the matter pass perhaps to rankle in his own breast and in the breast of him who has been wronged He is a great man who is willing to publicly acknowledge his error and ask forgiveness This was done by a Methodist bishop who had spoken sharply to a brother at a recent conference and the act not only healed a wounded heart but increased the respect and reverence for the bish op himself The greater the difference in position the more impressive the effect of an apology It is re ated that while professor of artillery practice and natural philosophy at Lexington college Stonewall Jack son had occasion to censure a cadet who had given as he believed the wrong solution of a problem On thinking the matter over at home he found that the pupil was right and the teacher wrong It was late at night and in the depth of winter but he im mediately started off to the institute some distance from his quarters for the cadet The delinquent answering with much trepidation the untimely summons found himself to his astonishment the recipient of a frank apology The lesson of that act however made a more lasting upon the student than any he ever earned in the classroom CURRENT RELIGIOUS THOUGHT A holy life is the best commentary on the Scriptures Wellspring Nothing else rusts so rapidly from disuse as religion Chicago Interior Even weak faith is worth infinitely more than an indefinite amount of sanctimonious conviction United Presbyterian Hath any wounded thee Soft dresses it forgiveness cures it and oblivion takes away the scar Francis Quarles It is a part of my religion to look well after the cheerfulness life and let the dismals shift for themselvcs Louisa M Alcott The temptation we go out of our way to meet laughs to see us coming the temptation that follows us has the dis advantage and knows it Wellspring If mercy is twice blessed malice is twice curses him against whom it is directed but more than all him from whose heart it springs Chi cago Interior God grant that as our horizon of duty is widened our minds may widen with it that burden shoulders may be strengthened to bear it Dean Stanley Regard yourself as superior to the evils which surround you Learn to dominate your environment to rise above depressing influences Look for the bright side of things not the dark and gloomy side Success When shall we learn that the pursuit of holiness is simply the of Christ When shall we substitute for the it of a fictitious aspiraion the approach to a living friend Sanctity is in not in moods divin ity is in Our own plain calm humanity and in no mystic rapture of the soul Henry Drummonn THEY PUZZLE THE MEDICS Rome New That Physlclifn Can Neither Diagnose Nor Cure When Solomon declared that there is nothing new under the sun the art of the physician was yet in its infancy All practitioners of the present day bear testimony fo the fact that new diseases of the human system art constantly developing and jiecessrty they require new modes t 0- cl L- 3Ibe 10 1It 3Inn uaohholl Others Feeling I I i I ha using Christian ron greatness maybe impression language cursedit 3S our is increased our it characterand ell r s o i Over ant betS gentleShum C nitS dan- ent i treatment says a rondon disease which the doctors are trying to find out about with very little success is which seems to be identical with the sleep ing sickness of the west coast of Africa The attention which the medical profession has paid recent Jy to eastern and tropical diseases has brought beriberi to the fore whereas little scientific attention used to be paid to it Negroes are peculiarly susceptible to the disease and on the vist coast of Africa whole villages of natives have beenj known to He down ami sleep them selves to death Some time ago thenj was an outbreak of this disease in a lunatic asylum in Dublin and several patients slept to lentil How this malady supposed to be peculiar to the tropics anti time far east came to appear h Dublin is a mysctcry Recently the Norwegian bark Taurus put into Falmotith England having had seven vases and four deaths from beriberi on hex way from Tackson tp appear in Dublin is a for the disease is unknown in Florida English and American soldiers serv ing in the far east suffer from beribcri but French and Spanish garrisons are greatly subject to it Tonquin 50 died from beriberi As if the doctors were not enough with the old diseases a new one hanpcnrcd in Sicil in these recently of the peasants showed syiffptoms of poisoning from eating beans They developed symptoms and all of them were overcome with a drowsy stupor In some eases those predisposed to the disease have been seen to fall uncon scious simply from inhaling tIme scent of a bean field in flower Yet to the average person there is nothing poi sonous about beans Horrible 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