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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u t k TWELVTll YE4R Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kitt as Second Class Matter 1TU21BJS1 44 LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEB 13 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I t LAND RAM e t i- y MMM Stoves Stoves We are overloaded with then and are Going To Sell Come and see ns be fore you buy as we will save you money HASELEEN The Hardware Man J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i I i t i f t fN Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward AtLaw 2 THE HOME NEWSt o- iE r C We hope those who love cold weather have had their till this time Dont forget the valentine party at Baptist church parsonage tomorrow night Judge A D Ford has posted calling for bids on the turnpikes There ought to he a law requiring this work published in a newspaper where everybody could see it Still in the Ring 1 will open one of the best line of samples for suits ever brought to Lancaster about March 1st Pits guaranteed Prices as low as any high grade goods can be sold M D Hughes A Sweet Theft Policeman Murphy of Lexington arrested and brought here Andy Beaz ley who is charged with stealing three dozen jars of preserves from a party near Biyantsville This is a sweet state of affairs Better Tell Him If Mat you at night and hollers Whos Thar you had better tell him He is on the streetall night and visits each store and office on his list at least once an hour Fire and burglars stand little show in now as Siler and Turner pace the streets and alleys all night Ornaments I beautified bv the piling of a lot of rocks around the park fence This addition to the looks of the Square is a great improvement and will succeed in getting another suit against the town when someone drives into it A few more old rattletrap wagons should be stood in the Square now to make things complete Would MaKo A Go One A great many good things are being said about Clarence Woods in favor of his being selected by Senator James B McCreary as pri vate secretary It would be hard to find one better fitted for the place nor one who will give it more faithful attention If Mr Mc Creary appoints Clarence many friends will say Amen i P I advertisements repairing Siler meets Lancaster I The Public Square has been gTea doubtless I Lancaster lj 4 Spring M Fabrics e toe just openei up a in line of f erect Ctairys suitable for Dresses Waists ml Skirts Also new linn Laces and Mia Lin Now is the time to liy these polls ant Get Your Spring Sewing done Before the weather pb e staring the palest line of 5c Torchon laces ever brought to town Our Clearance Sale of finer merchandise is still ping tan Gods Madris Cloths EmbIoid Homburgs i I warm Dry IAJf Gin hams Cheviots are oilS Comp f Dont forget the K P meeting to morrow night The date for Old Fiddlers Contest at Nicholasville is March 17 instead of Feb 17 as stated in last issue Its going to be the biggest and best ever given Danville Church The handsome new Baptist church at Danville built at a cost of 25000 was occupied for the first time Sunday and the pastor Rev H A Sumrell has arranged a program of dedicatory services lasting throughout the week Appointed Administrator Mr George T Higginbotham has been appointed administrator of brothers estate and an advertisement elsewhere in this issue announces that he will proceed to close out the stock of hardware etc at cost The deceased left in addition to stock of goods three fine farms con taining probably eight hundred acres He left no will W McC Johnston has been retained as attorney to the estate Stanford Court were 305 cattle at A B Florences pens and all sold but 42 Good yearlings and twoyearolds brought about 4c and butcher stuff 3 to 3c Heifers were slow At I M Bruces there were 350 and most of them changed hands Some eXtra good yearlings brought close to 5c by the head A bunch sold at 4Sc by the pound Heifers sold at 3 to 4c and butcher stuff at 2i to 3ic Some mules sold at 60 to 125 but horses were very dull only plugs being offered Church Entertainment The entertainment to be given at the Baptist church tomorrow Friday evening promises to draw a large crowd There will be a velentine post office taffy candy stands an old fashioned spelling bee and many other attractions which insure a pleasant evening You neednt enter the spelling bee unless you so choose A large number of boxes containing good edibles will be sold to the bidder The entertainment will be given at the parsonage and you should go and thus help a noble cause The Weather The oldest inhabitant has gone in his hole and pulled the hole in after him the present spell of severe completely outwitting him Since the big sleet some weeks ago there has been no let up in the cold snows adding to the ice and wind which constantly made outdoor work almost impossible There has been much suffering among the poor people and stock of all kinds The farmers have as a rule prepared for winter and nearly all have sheds or other protection for stock This has saved many and proved that a little money spent this way is a goodpay ing investment The local coal have been remarkably successful in keeping a supply on hand and we have missed the famine experienced every winter An inch of snow fell Tuesday night Our Own Horn flow For Once In the last issue of THE RECORD we had twelve letters from various parts of Garrard county We will wager hat that no country paper can show up anything this good in or quality of matter Add what we had in the town news columns to these letters and no county paper can show up as much local matter in a weeks time It was all purrly local news too no haremscarem stuff all quarters of the but what a country should have the home news We have the best correspondents to be found in each lo cality and each one is a hustler too A local paper always flies higher than it can roost when it attempts to pub fish everything that happens in the whole world We print only the home news and if you want to know whats going on in Europe Asia or Africa take a dailypaper Death of Col Henderson After an illness of several weeks Col John Henderson died at the house of Mrs Pollard on street in this city Thursday at noon Col Henderson was nally a citizen of Garrard but moved to Madison some years since engag ing in business in business in Rich mond part of the time His health began to fail and he had been losing ground for a year or more He was a man wellknown all over the country and at was one of the citizens of Garrard He leaves a daughter Miss Alice who of the teachers at the Graded School and one of the most highlyrespected and accomplished young ladies in the city Her devotion to her father in his long illness was beautiful and her untiring efforts in his behalf will be rewarded in the great The remains of Col Bender were interred at the Lancaster Cemetery Friday afternoon afteir services at the grave s ly i immense windup JournalThere highest weather frequent dealers anew quantity paper tanford ori onetime wealthiest isone certainly hereafter son h t genera joust it h in of Prompt and Just Punishment Last week a negro assaulted Miss Della Powell a prominent young lady near her home In Jessamine county dragging her from a buggy on tlie public highway just before dark The negro was taken to jail and next morning the young lady fully identi fled him A crowd not a mob as some papers reported took him from the officers and hanged him in the court house yard at Uicholasville While we are opposed to mob law yet this punishment is what the brute should have received and the citizens are to be congratulated on the job Such fiendish assaults will never be stopped until the perpetrators are promptly executed and the quicker the better WATER WORKS City Council Has Advertised for Bids Work Will be Pushed Ahead No Ittore Delay The City Council has advertised in the big trade journals of theEast for bids on the water works franchise These bids will be opened the first Saturday in March and the lowest and best bidder will be awarded the franchise It Js the intention of the Council to bind the contractor so that will be impossible to delay the work Great care will be exercised in every detail of the matter and it can now be safely said that work on the sys tern will be commenced in the early spring The members of the present Council were elected with the idea of Jetting this work done and they are showing that they are equal to the occasion by buckling right down to business This system is needed more than any other improvement the town could wish for and now that the will of the people expressed at the polls is being carried out there will be rejoicing in the heart of every public spirited citizen in the town As stated above there will be no more delay in the matter but the system will be put in right away and it is be lieved that by the end of the year there will be as good a system in as can be found in any town in the state Let us all rise and sing the longmetre doxology A Serious Joke One night last week Clate Ander son the colored mail carrier asked the clerk on No 4 if he knew Mr George Hardin formerly of Lancaster and a mail clerk on the K C The clerk knew Mr Hardin of course and was a friend of his and in order to have a little fun replied Yes I know him Did you know they put him in jail last night At this junc ture the train pulled out and Clate having known George all his life and being very fond of him told several parties what the clerk on No 4 had said As bad news always spreads rapidly it was soon all over town that Hardin had been arrested When Hardin came out on his next run he heard of the report and to say thathe hot in the collar does not fully ex it Mr Hardin was raised in and no man has a better reputation for honestly and While no one here believed the report and in fact many pronounced it a blanked lie for fear might hear it who does not know Mr Hardin we publish this to show how the report originated No one stands higher in the community than does Geo Hardin and the people of Lancaster will back him for anything wants He is a member of Lancas No 104 F A M and a just and upright man and Mason in every way A joke is alright in its place but this was stretching he blanket a little too far although the clerk who did it was Hardins friend and one of the best and oldest men in the service midnight Scheme to Defraud Dentist to fellows the Council have got to do some thing to keep that Den out Lancaster he has gotten the people here so they wont pay any one over 750 for a set of teeth and I cant make but 500 on each set at that price and cant make but four sets a day and you fellows know I cant live on 2000 a day in Lancaster This Dentist Hobson makes the best set in the world for 750 and guarantees them for five years and makes the best alloy fill for 75 cents and unless you follows in the Council dosomething we Will have to reduce our prices and never do It is true if we reduced our prices it would enable many poor people to have teeth who are unable to have work done at our present prices Councilman to tell you theon Monday night March 3rd at the Council meeting we will start an ordinance making Dentists who come here pay 5000 per year of course you fellows here in town will have to pay this but we will pay you fellows back just as soon as we make Dentist Hobson quit coming here or pay us the 5000 license I believe this 5000 license will make him quit here and then you fellows can get any price you want tq for your work Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky Lancaster every second Sand Lancaster uprightness yet someone terLodge CoucilmanYou tist Hobson DentistI Lancaster was that ould Mondays T J T S 4 I I T r 4 4 1 T r 4 S 1 I T T 4 I f s 1 I T 4 j s s0 0 U R Suits and Overcoats Must Every Suit every Overcoat n our house goes at Manufacturers Cost H T Logan The One Price Cloth I ier and Furnisher o O 3 8 O S 8K O e O S O Q J 2 S 2 2 I 2 Q 2 02 0 o P OGO000000 OOOOOOOOOOCOGOOOGOGOJOOOOOOOOO OGO00 Q Q Qo O 0r O Q Go 0O 00 0 0 0 t e O a 0 0O Go-p Q Q Q 0 0 0 o 0 m 0 L 0 0 0 Q oOQ o 0 QHQ o 0 Q QO 00000000000 O Q 7 Preaching at Presbyterian Church Rev Mr C M Chumbley of Vir ginia will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 a m and p m THE RECORD has been asked to say that it is desiied that all of the church turn out to hear Mr Chumbley He comes highly as a preacher Rural Free Delivery The following letter will be of in terest to every person m Garrard county Louisville Feb 8 1902 Dear have just returned from Washington and think will have no difficulty in procuring Rural Mail Delivery for Garrard county Thought you would be interested in this hence write you Theres noth ing too good for old Garrard Yours truly W O Bradley There is no doubt but that such service can be obtained and if the people want it they can with the able assistance of Gov Bradley have same established It would be a great con venience to the people living out from the post officies as their mail would be placed in a box at their front gates day in the year except of course It has been stated that this would keep many people from the present post But when it is considered that there is a post office every few miles in the county it will be seeq that this objection dont amount to much THE RECORD would like to hear from its readers on the matter HIGGINBOTHAITI After lingering in a critical for a week Mr John M Higgin botham breathed his last about six oclock Wednesday evening the 6th As was stated in last issue of THE RECORD his death had been expected at any moment for several days before the end came While he had never been considered in anything like a dangerous condition yet his close friends were aware of the fact that he had been failing for some months but they did not anticipate any danger He seldom complained but his friends could tell that he was not well and lacked that vim and vigor so characteristic of the man Mr Higginbotham was one of the most prominent men in Central and was considered one of the of advisors and counselors in any matter of importance John M HJgginbotham was born in members recommended LouisI matter Sunday offices condition immediate safest Kentucky Garrard county Kentucky 21 1842 and was a son of William and Ellen Higginbotham In 1896 he was married to Miss Emma Palmer daughter of Mr John M Palmer of this county Following his honest convictions as he always did he en tered the Confederate Army in 1861 enlisting in Morgans command We have frequently heard his comrades speak of his brave and gallant service a a soldier and their testimony is I September he was always in the front every engagement and was never known to shirk a duty no matter how hazardous At the close of the he returned home went about his work and by strict attention to busi ness soon had a good portion of tnis worlds goods laid by In 1878 he was elected sheriff of Garrard county being the first elected to this office in this county since the war His conduct as an official was complimented on all hands and it is said by older citizens that the office was never conducted in a more businesslike manner than when under his charge He was re elected as sheriff served the second term and could have had the office longer had he wanted it He served two terms as a member of the City Council and was as particular in handling the business of the people as though it were his own private He has been a trustee for the Graded School for some time and was deeply interested in that institutions In 1882 he was one of the leaders in organizing the Citizens National Bank of this city and was unanimously chosen as president of that flourishing institution everyyear since As stat that democrat affair rank- in war success r ed in the beginning of this article his advice was considered by everyone as being perfectly fair to all concern ed and his judgment safe in every respect and the excellent statements made by the bank are due largely to his sound wisdom in financial matters He located in Lancaster in 1879 and in 1883 built one of the largest ana best store houses in the town He soon opened a stock of hardware and implements and has conducted a and profitable business ever since Mr Higginbotham man and ever ready to help his friends In any manner that he could He was a free giver to worthy charities but made no parade over his good deeds His death is keenly felt by a wide circle of friends and his place will be hard to fill He was a member of the Christian church at which the funeral was conducted Fri day afternoon at 130 oclock by Rev Ellett and Rev Allen R Moore The remains were followed to the Lancas ter Cemetery by one of the longest processions of friends ever seen in Lancaster He leaves a widow one brother Mr George T Higginbotham of this county and two sisters Mrs Shumate of Danville and Mrs Ike Arnold of Oklahoma The picture from which the accom parrying halftone was made was takj enin878butisyet a fair hkenessEd Resolution of At a meeting of the directors of The Citizens National Bank of Lancaster Ky held Saturday February 8th 1902 called by reason of the death of our esteemed President J M Higgin botham it was RESOLVED that in his death this bank has suffered an irreparable loss and true friend RESOLVED that this community has lost citizen whose influence for truth morality and Christianity will ever be feltRESOLVED that we extend our sin cere condolence to his bereaved wife brother and sisters who now suffer by separation from an affectionate husband and kind brother the absence of whose tender love and fatherly ad vice has caused an aching void thatcannot be filled The advice we would virtuesRESOLVED be spread upon the minutes of this in stitution a copy be sent to his family and published in THE RECORD B i r large was a peeL institution F Hudson J J Walker S kindhearted 2 CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Feb i tfi 1902 THE Courier Journal says a jury in that city was easily satisfied a few days ago when it pronounced nut guilty a homicide on his own testi mony that he was too drunk to know what he was doing when he fired a revolver and killed his victim The man was undoubtedly slain and the act can hardly be termed an and blameless accident The disregard of human life by a man is not to be lightly passed over If there is anything short of in a drunken man firing a re volver indiscriminately among by standers it is hard to tell where it comes in The leniency with which some juries look upon the careless de struction of life is shocking A of manslaughter with a prison sentence such as would have been im posed had the defendant been guilty of stealing a cow or a mule would have shown more regard for the lift that was so wantonly taken and might have saved many lives THIRTYSEVEN men whose aggre gate wealth reached the sum of 500 000000 were invited to dine with P A B Widener in Philadelphia last week The feast is said to have been the most elaborate ever spread in This may have been true but we will venture to say that the old skinflints were so hampered by that they could not enjoy the meal Rich old codgers like these may have their bountiful spreads but we wouldnt give one ration of our good old cornbread and country ham for all the knicknacs the rich specula tors properly speaking gamblers can stack on their mahogony tables Come to think of it theres a whole lot of consolation in being poor all IT is very no ticeable that of late all the great countries of the earth are inclined to snuggle up pretty close to your Uncle Samuel remarks the pa Save Your Money A Guarantee Investment Our Gold Endowment Bond pays you Three Per Cent Interest on your deposits This is the one easy way to provide for the future of yourself and family WILL YOU This Bond has loan values cash values and paid up in surance at any time you want them Creates an immediate es tate of definite worth steadi ly increasing in value each day The Mutual Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky lancaster Ky J C BECK Jr Sp1 Agt Richmond Ky l ffi J rglm 1J f I reJ I criminality verdict America t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t 1 t i JR L Agt ll JJ It I I I I It t t 1 I irresponsible dyspepsia afte 1 L DAVIDSON j- x triotic Glenns Graphic Our country luring the past few years has leaped forward with such great strides and so many strides that we have become the admiration of the whole cizilized world All countries are now to consult the views and feelings of Uncle Sam before taking action upon any question The man who lives in this country and who does not feel proud of the same ought to be banished to the most re mote and lonely island of the globe We have no room here for who is not patriotic A SPECIAL from Lexington members of the senior class at Ky State College have received letters from a Cincinnati matrimonial stating that there are wealthy young girls awaiting each of them and charge matches will be made im mediately upon graduation The av erage college graduate these days is only proficient in football and it takes several years to learn how to work so the immediate stepping into a good home should be by the longhaired youngsters THE president has issued an order which prohibits employees of the Gov ernment from seeking a raise iri salary This is a pretty good idea Uncle Sam doesnt require men to work for him and if the place dont pay enough theres no excuse for holding it Theres too much work in this country for any man to work at something he doesnt like The only trouble these days is in getting employees to do what is set before them and keeping them from acting as master instead of servant A DOCTOR in St Louis says that cause chickens and birds eat sand hu man beings ought to and he puts it up in bags and sells it at 25cts a bag The old quack publishes tracts set ting forth the great advantages of swallowing a teaspoonful a day and many fools have taken his advice They evidently need sand in their craw but a sprinkle of brains in their upper Story would come in A PRETTY girl up in Wilkesbarre Penn has brought suit against a young fellow claiming damages reason of his hugging her too hard The only way to settle the case is test the girl and see how much hug ging she can stand and if this is we bid to sit on the jury with W P Walton of the Lexington Demo crat to decide the case A STAIRCASE has just been invented which plays tunes as it is walked up and down If this makes it any gas ier to ascend when a fellow brings home a welldeveloped jag about a m the inventor will reap a from their sale over the are refusing to book Uncle Toms Cabin shows If the people want this old nuisance abated they should quit going to see it The show put it on the stage for their health For Stomach Trouble- sI a great many different medicines for stomach trouble and says Mrs S Geiger of Dun kerton Iowa but never had as good results from any as from Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by R E McRoberts druggist The brain worker may have to tax his ingenuity but he has the advan tage of free raw material Cured Consumption Mrs BW Evans Clearwater Kan writes 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 cold it has no equal 25c 50c and 100 bottle at R E lm inclined anyone without generally appreciated placer country havetaken constipation Chamberlains McRobers 2 b cst grave sa bure bet do harti peopled p t out I 1ROM ALL SECTIONS OF 00000 000 O GARRARD COUNTY f 00000 I OOOC0000000000030000 OQOOOOOOOOOOOOOc7OOOOOOQO000 d OOOOOOOQ0400000 00000JO JO00OOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 00 MANSE The farmers of this community have been putting up ice Mr Jacjc Hooter has sojd his tobacco crop to J T Palmer for 7c Mr II C Burke has had about 35 in his Held taking up hemp a Ye are informed that Joe intends to put in a large hemp crop this year Ills many relatives and friends went from this community to attend the burial service of Col John Henderson last Friday Mr John Terrill will leave for Ore gon this week where he may make his home John is a popular young and his many friends regret to see him leave Miss Prankycand Bessie Doty are visiting relatives in Rich mond LOWELL 1 We are having a very hard winter May be a little better if we had some coal here Mr J M Meadows has bought a new stock of clothing Call and see- M him before buying elsewhere li The wheat in this vicinity is all about frozen out so you may as well 3J sharpen your teeth to crack corn Master Willie Scott has purchased a line graphophone and will give en jp tertainments at appointed tinier We have an artist in Lowell If you want a fine picture on Mr W L Howe and get his prices Excel lent work Mr Mildred Lee has been very sick but is some better at this writing Mr Ralph Meadows is very sick at this writing with chicken pox The oil boom in Lowell is at height now The boys meet and drill a well every send a few dol lars to Whitley Jack has five shares and says he must have 85000 out of them We hope the boys will be lucky BUCKEYE- ys J T Ilardin sold Geo Saddler calf SI 100 Robt Long sold to Jas Easley a nice beef for 1800 John Bogie sold to W M Jones Jr a combined horse for S8000 John Potts bought a bunch of shoats at this place at 5 cents per pound Oscar Ray bought of Jas of Madison a nice horse for 9000 Wm Simpson of pur chased of Mrs Eliza Ross her farm consisting of 50 acres at GOO Mr Joe Simpson sold to Messrs J D Baker and Chas Moberley a bunch yearling calves at 975 per head H C Potts who is going abroad for for his health has let his mill for the ensuing year to Messrs Ollie and John Potts for 80000 lIr Josh Barker will move his family to Teatersville where he is at work as tinker Dr Amon was called to Stone Sunday to dress the wounds of Boyed Osborne received in a light Mr Preston Mrs Amon Maniford of Frankfort is still at the bedside of her brother Lige Ray who is coma lescent Mr Jeff llifford of Central- e is visiting relatives here Mr L B Ray will begin a large select school at Teatersville Monday Rev T B Ray pastor of Emanuel First Baptist church of Nashville Tenn spent last week with his home folks Liberty church called to her pastorate last month Rev Mr Bruce of Danville Monday about 11 oclock a crowd of and lassies passed through enroute to Mr Thos Hills where nice dinner was given in honor of their son master Jesse commemoration of his thirteenth birthday Miss M J will act as governess to Mr B Browns family this winter Joe is now on the sick list Elijah Ray who has been quite ill is improv MoClain Davis is reported quite ill of typhoid fever Jeff Hibbard of Illinois is visiting his sister Corda Ray Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan of Mt Hebron visited at Frank Pierces Saturday night Sunday Miss Fannie Miles who gan teaching here last Monday is pro grossing nicely 2Saved Her Childs 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 every day We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Lion and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this grand saved his life Millions know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction 50c 100 Trial bottles free 1m An old bachelor says that and not Wisconsin is the er state Some people live off their some live off the lack of wit other people Mr Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism Luring the winter of 1898 I was joints in fact all over my body I hardly hobble around when I bought a little of Chamberlains Pain Balm From the first application I began to get well and was cured and have worked steadi the oa Wheeler N Y For sale by RE McRoberts dru gist is to G a t t bands I I J 1 1 ill dayand county auyoung IlL I tereye byBrown toPierce neing and Life medicine u matrimony lame in my ly aU year f 0 y I i McCor- mack non- a 1 made cal ii Day 4 o blooerle Teaterst file Bu 11I ba wand 4 that could n b d JMYANTSVILLE Dunn Patton left this morning for the mountains to buy a load of mules to sell to the farmers It is a mistake that Miss Claud Ar nold and Mr Ben Swope were married few weeks ago as was reported Welch Farley whocut his foot last week Ahile chopping wood getting along nicely and will soon be out again Jeff Dunn sold Mit Poor a pair of 2 yearold mules for Also one parr Wesley Walker at 200 Also one 3yearold mule to John Ruble Those indebtcJ to Mr ind Mrs S Haselden will please call and settle once as they are now preparing to lay in their spring goods and must have what is due them Mr Frazee who lives near here had 40 quarts of preserves stolen from his home last week They were found in straw strack not the house and Andrew Beazley colored has been arrested and lodged in jail Mr Ben Mullins our post master and wife have grog to housekeeping- in their recently purchased home Mrs Tevie NorriS is quite sick at this writing Raymond Ilaselden and wife visited their parents Saturday and Sunday M rs Hannah Sweeney from Ind iana is here on business Mr Bob Kinnaird was here Saturday in the interest of tire insurance Me Sam Salter and wife of Maytield are the guests of Mr and Mrs Eugege BerkeleMr Echonroth is visiting his family in Harrodsburg PAINT LICK QMr Carithers of Lexington a few days ago buying mules- s There will be another millinery store opened here in the near futures Some of the farmers in this vicinity are going to raise hemp instead of this year The long talked of bridge has been finished at last and is quite an ment to our town- e The A O U W lodge at this place has received an invitation to attend a banquet at Ford on the 14th Mr A B Estridge has returned from the city He bought a large stock of goods while there and says he is going to sell them right Judges Turpin and Ford were here Saturday and took a look at the new bridge We understand they will ninehundred dollars on account of the Bridge Company failing with the contract It came under our observation and we are thoroughly con a man without money without friends A man without much of this worlds goods died a time ago and there was scarcely enough at the grave to take thecorpse out of the hearse A rich man died soon afterwards and was buried at the same place His remains were followed by a long procession and there was hardly standing room at the grave Will there be so much difference made in the world to come between the rich and the poor Theyll not be in the same world hereafter Mrs Sallie of Bryantsville was here Sunday to see her brother Jack Adams who is a very sick man Margaret the little girl of Mr and Engleman has been quite a sick child Miss Mattie Thompson of Lancaster has returned home after spending a few days here with her sister Mrs R L Jennings Dr B Ramsey wife and daughter have gone to spend the winter Mr AR is 01 the sick list week Jim Rucker went to Louisville as a delegate to the A O U W Grand SWEENEY It is rumored that several weddings will take place in this vicinity ere the roses come Mfss Fannie Austin who is clerking in the New Garrard Grocery in Lan caster is spending this week with the home folks Miss Hattie House vise ited Mrs Taylor House lat week Miss Daisy Atkinson a charming young lady of Salem Indiana is the guest of Miss Lpis Land and Mrs O B Perkins Mrs R E Thompson gave an elegant dining at her home Thursday Those present were Misses Lois Land Daisy Atkinson Fannie Austin Kannie Anderson Tattle Mc Charley Mesdames Emma Perkins J B Sutton Belle Austin J M Siler and Jas McCharley All report an en joyable day Mr and Mrs Booth Thompson and little son Vernon vis ited relatives here Something That win Do You Good We know of no way in which we can 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 and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Chamberlains Cough it has become a household necessity By its prompt use we havent any but that it has time and again prevented croup The testimony is given 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 iles senger For sale by R E McRoberts druggist Vlm a ly s l 150 Ifor 100 far from I t tobacco hold- back to comply ofrecently ButlerEd Leaven C B aSouth Lodge- L again- rs beof remeg suchinsodoubt croupCamden rt I Severely t where orn sho biro r 1A r BOURNE Mr James II Turner sold a nice mire last week for 50 Call on Mr Jonah Marsee for the best hog cholera cure Mr Jonah Marsee sold to Mr II F Edinton 48 acres of land for 1250 Mr J a nice cow to die last week Mr Allen Ray is preparing to erect new dwelling on the farm he recent purchased from Mr J E Sherrow James Montgomery is very ill at this writing Milard Ilamm is on the sick list Tommie Broaddus of Marksbury spent a part of last week with his cousin Air Luther Ray Mr M II Forbes of McCrtary is the guest of his sister Mrs John Jackson Mr Tom Meridith of Danville visited relatives here Sunday Mist Buelah Huffman who has been very ill of Diieumonia is much improved Mr Luther Ray spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives at Buckeye STONE C S Sanders bought one pair of work mules from Curt Falhcgill at 100 Mr Sam Mofford has moved into the house vacated by Willie Raney are glad to welcome him in our midst The children of Jim Montgomery were called to his bedside last lie is very low of stomach Mr Ed Grow has returned home after a six weeks visit to his aunt sifts Sallie Layton of Illinois George Murphy of Brvantsville spent last week with Mr George An derson Miss Viola Folger visited Miss Minnie Ray Saturday and Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan vis ited at Buckeye Saturday Mrs Ma linda Preston of Little Uickman visi ted her daughter Mrs Gabe Preston last week On February oth Mr John Lane and Miss Emma drove to the home of W P Walden and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Mr Loyd San ders and Miss Hattie Duncan them Their many friends congratulations and wish them a long and happy life Mr Ruthelford Preston and Miss Ida Wiley quietly married at the home of W Walden on the Gth We wish happiness Mrs Emma Manford of Frankfort was called to ihe of her brother Lige Ray last week Mrs Martha Teater is dangerous ly ill at this writing iiucklens Arnica Salve The best and most famous compound in the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and subdues Inflammation ters Piles of Boxes sold ly Works wonders in Boils Skin Eruptions It cures or no pay 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co s drug store Paint Lick 1m Many a womans popularity is to what she forgets to say A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup wirier sounds like the childrens death and it means death unless something is done quickly Foleys Honey Tar never fails to give instant relic and quickly cures the worst forms o 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 bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick relief and her life Refuse substitutes Sole by C C J E Stormes lm Entrayed From my house on Danville pike about 1 miles from Lancaster Jan 31st 1 roan cow with crooked horn about 8 years old crippled in hind leg 1 red heifer white in face 1 horn slipped Reason able reward for return to C M Gas tineau Bettis Ky i t t had t e Saturday I Sunday Wednesday Naylor accompanied extend isBruises Millions and a saved rep as ar luc ell t ESherrow I we the bed si m ye Ulce C c km Fric 2years old J It requires great care and I experience to CORRECTLY compound PIYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS 4 rI 1 t tt4 t 4 t44 itt4a 4 R IT Beazley bought pair of mules from W B Burton for Slip ExSheriff J B Sanders is fppdins quite large herd of cattle this win ter Charley Tartar sold his house and shop at Teatersville to Jim Easley for SG15 Telephone connectitn has been re sumed since sleet disappeared and the good house wives can find out what their neighbors in Madison and Jessamine are getting for eggs and butter The Christian church at this place is without a preacher If the editor knows of any one to fill the place send him down We would even listen to a Presbyterian the remainder of the year rather than have no preaching Porter Wearen and Scott Ham have pone to Los Angeles California to make their future home Steve Ham has joined the standing army Roy Beazley and T C court at Stanford Monday Charlie Tartar and family are at McKinney and the same time looking for location t open up a carriage shop Lige Ray who has been so ill with pneumonia is slowly improving Little Nannie B Sut ton has been quite sick but is at this writing Mrs Mary L Swope visited relatives at this place last week Robt Ham Hamilton Broaddus and Floyd Curtis were in Stanford Monday Miss Mary Thompson one of Lancasters pret tiest young ladies has been visiting Miss Bessie Gulley Clerks Wise I Suggestio- nI have lately been much troubled with dyspepsia belching and sour writes M leading pharmacist of Attleboro Mass I could eat hardly anything without several hours My clerk sug gested VViJvodol Dyspepsia Cure which 1 did with most I have had no more trouble and n one can go to eating mince pie cheese candy and nuts after such a time their digestion must be pretty good I en dorse Kociol Dyspepsia Cure heartily dont have to diet Eat all the good food you want but dont overload the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests your food lm A Good Thiiiff German Syrup is of Dr A Boschee a celebrated 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 touring as it does the cause of the af fection and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine but has stood the test of years giving satisfac tion in every case which its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boschees German Syrup was intro duced in the United States in 1868 and is now sold in every town and in the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough Special Al manac store 6m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat a thE visiting destomach S suffering rsYou t especial prescription t I I 3It1lEAR Y one Gulley attended better Mead happy result tvh f village lays s If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E V Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name k Sanders Ward For Good Work All those wanting foundation work huiltshould call on the Sexton for first class work at reasonable rates W IF Kinnaird Chmn Board of trustees The Board has ordered that no one but the Sexton shall do this work ll283m Call and Let U Prove It We are located here permanently and cant afford to do slipshod work Cull on us and and have that hair trimmed f At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Mar 17th One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m toSpra DAMP COLD FEET ARE THE DOCTORS SIDE PARTNER We have the remedy and it wont cost you any more than one visit of the say nothing of the comfort and satisfaction its a pair of Peters Diamond Brand Shoes 0 lI l2 I0 doctorto 0 m 5t l srts Drug Store o I I J of this weeks BARGAINS NQ1V 200 oo One o 2o They were 2 000 0 00 0 2 oioi 2 00000000 0 0 A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store t+ as it should be not looking like a bun dIe of oats Henry Duncan in liar rard Hotel building B INSURANCE AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Dr IR Qoldsiem fhi Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE ICY RBDrese tin Followin GOffiDani x ABtna Life Ins Hartford Conn NAIRDit KIN o S oo t t Prepare for tfle 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 COME in NOW whilethe SELECTION is TJN BROKEN Q 0 Special Bargains in Dry Goods and Ward Sympson v S Underwear i- m 007 ooomm oo ooo o o oo mooo o d r q 1 r PLOWS F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson f Vt co I OLIVER I CHILLED 1 0C 0 4 M M M M M M M M i About The People j 4 M M M Mr John Burnside is spending sev eral weeks in Indiana Attorney G li Swinebroad was in Cincinnati Monday on business Mrs George Ballew of Richmond is visiting Mrs Joseph Francis Col A II Bastin the telephone man was in Lexington this week Mr and Mrs J E Stormes left for Mardi Gras New Orleans Miss Amy Davidson has returned from a visit to friends in Richmond Misses Rebecca and Annie Williams of Lincoln have been visiting friends here Carpenter and Mr man of Stanford were visitors here Sunday Mr Varney Tanner of McKinney has been visiting his sister Mrs W K Shugars Miss Maggie Tomlinson ik spending several days with Mrs J M Farra of llyattsville Messrs Henry Simpson arid Frank Marksbury were visitors n Nicholas yule Sunday Misses Bessie Gulley and Annie Yantis have been visiting their school mate Miss Mary Thompson A n Rice of Nashville was here several days this week with the family I of Mr II A B Marksbury Mrs Crawford of Indian Territory was the guest of her brother Senator George T Farris this week Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville is visiting her parents Squire and Mrs W II Kinnaird Mr Walker White of Knoxville visited the family of J J Walker and other relatives last week Mr and Mrs Fred Frisbie have taken possession of their new home on Water street Miss Mary Swinebroad is spending several days with her nephew Mr G B Swinebroad Danville avenue Mt Vernon Signal Mrs James I White and little son Ilobert of Lan caster are visiting relatives here Mr T J Burnett of Burnett Shugars Co is in the East buying goods He will lay in a big stock kMisses Katie and Forest Denton two handsome Paint Lick ladies are guests of their sister Mrs Victor Lear Miss Mary Burnside has returned from a delightful visit to her cousin Miss Florence Burnside of Point Leave Misses Carrie and Freddie Pipes two of Danvilles charming young ladies were the guests of Miss Mae Jarvis Sunday Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts her friends Friday evening ALSO Wheat and Graham in 6 111 Sacks I I I Miss rreYis B ugh I Handsome Whole and 12 Friday r I i I entertained 0000O00C0000000 tt 1ta I We also handle Qfts Brothers and Jtuc 1 ers FINE FLOUUS Burnag MBaLLOUsit A00000 O l very handsomely the occasion being her birthday Mr T B Long is in Nashville on busi ness Joe Faulconer Jr visited relatives in Louisville last week Mrs R Zimmer has been confined- to her bed for several days Shelby Tribble of this office was a visitor in Richmond Sunday Miss Jennie Gulley is visiting Misses Pearl and Sallie Ross this week Miss Mary Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint LickMiss Allie Tribble has accepted a position in the dry goods store of Jones Co Stanford Misses Elizabeth Hudson and Alice Walker were guests of MissBeazley of near Stanford from Saurday until MondayMr Mrs Ed been visiting relatives in the dedication of the new Baptist church Miss Isabel P Walker graduated last week from the Training School for Nurses of the Graystreet Infirm ary at Louisville Miss Letitia Brown who has been the handsome visitor of relatives and friends here returned to her home in Lexington Saturday Mr Dolph Smith a man whose headquarters are Covlngton passed through Lancaster last Sunday enroute to Paint Lick Miss Allie Anderson has recovered sufficiently from her recent illness to come home from Knoxville Tcnn She was accompanied by her brother inlaw R Marrs Charlie Walker was at home from Covington Sunday He is now as baggage agent on the K C and frequently passes through on Nos 4 and 5 Miss Irene and Owen Simpson of Buckeye Misses Marie Joseph Pearl and Sallie Ross and Mr Ben Herndon spent from Saturday until Monday with Miss Jennie Gulley Capt White the old wheelhoss of THE RECORD office is much improved and it is thought will soon be able to return to his cases This is gratifying news to the Captains host of friends Mrs John Rose has been critically ill at her home in Louisville for weeks and for some days her was exceedingly doubtful She is reported better today She is a daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Smith decd and resided here for a number of years Lancaster friends hope that she will he restored to health Stanford Journal M F Elkin is convalescent Mrs M C Burnside continues quite ill Mrs E P Moritz is the guest of Lancaster relatives Dr A S Price is improvingslowly Col W G Welch returned Saturday from Philadelphia where he has been under treatment and is considerably improved we are glad to state One of the most enjoyable of the season was given evening by Mr Guy Davidson his beautiful country home The guests were present Misses Sallie Ross Alice Walker Elizabeth Hudson Louise Farris Jennie pulley Marie Joseph Katie Simpson Ethel West Annie Yantis Misty Thompson Bessie Gulley Alberta Anderson Amy Davidson Messrs Will Embry Shelby Tribble Green Clay Walker Sherley Elkin John Simpson Harry Anderson Joe Burnside Charlie Collier Charlie West Will Burton Sim Anderson and Herbert Guiley The club will meet with Harry Anderson tomorrow night Louisville Georgia Me Campbell and Mr Francis Hegan Mil ler will be married next Tuesday even ing at 9 oclock at the home of the bride 215 East Chestnut street The Rev E L Powell will be the officiat ing clergyman After a Southern trip couple will return to Louisville to go to housekeeping There will be no in vitatipns issued tQ the wedfling ijiss McCaippbell is a young woman Mf Tiller is super intendent pf the Louisville Railway Company and is one of the most capa ble and successful youngmen In Louis ville Miss McCampbell will be re membered here as a guest of her aunt Miss Leila Bryant several years ago Gaines e attended popular V entertainments Vat TimesMiss charming el trlcql Danvilli and commercial running Lancaster several recovery Thursday following Business and Bargains f MMM M 4f Valentines af Thompsons Give us a trial on job work Clover and timothy seed for sale by T Currey v Elegant line of neckwear Burnett Shugars Co Best pickle dozen Co New stock fine violins strings Thompson When Old wagon call on Romans Elmore Machine needles and oil at For smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf Rebate stamps on cash work at Conns r New garden seed just received at Lancaster Grocery Co Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone Wanted Dressed fowls groceries T Curreys x Rebate stamps given at coal yard t 19tf Home dried peaches 06 per pound Lancaster Grocery Co Dont fail to see our at cost II T Logan new In all colors Thompson If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at 19tf Romans Elmof are ail kinds of plow and wagon gear 500 books cheap for cash Thomp son X Handsome wash goods laces I and embroideries Shugars Co Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons New line of soft International shirts Best on earth Burnett Shugars Co Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt Handle it try a firstclass grocer tf We keep a full of Musical instruments and Thompson Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and hens lay Sold by T Currey Do not fail to sec mysiock of new buggies etc jjdget prices Can make it warm for you Conn filled each week with great Lancaster Grocery Co New lot of fine guitars and banjos and all kinds of strings bows c Thompson Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost II T Logan Harness bridles saddles blankets etc must go so them Conns Carriage Shop I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey You can fool some people on flour but you cant fool a regular user of Potts Flour for he will not be fooled A good 110 Troy buggy for sale In good repair A bargin for cash at this office See our hand china thatwe give with each cash purchase Lancaster Grocery Co All holding certificates Investment and Loan will bring same to me for for new ones J C Thompsons Wanted furs Will pay extreme prices as high as Danville buyers H B Northcott Best line of Hosiery and underwear arkets afford Burnett Shugars the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years Wanted poultry Reps 5c Ducks ic Turkeys fj to 7i Geese 35c to 40c H B Northcott Potts flour is good because it is by people that know how and is extracted from A 1 wheat tf 1 will run my corn mill every and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leavel Romans will have more fine Buggies Roadwagons and phaetons than placed before Garrard county People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their worth in quality i The bet Qf in the world for 5Q Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son t t t t t fI f cucumber 7 per Lancaster rocery an an Hickory agood for 1 or suit Japalac makes old furnitur ook i Leavells coalyard r headquarters- for Burnett strings mak your iolins come p nt Inthe exchange Monday Imo e ies moneys et teeth t etl want Thom sohp s Leaven and overcoats f lined a Our IOc counter s being lr gains manufacturers nd Apply Lexington Association CoAt milled u people return F s Timothy Hay for Sale Have some nice hay properly cured Will deliver by load or stack for cash J W Elmore Property A desirable tage with all necessary and two acres of land Easy tf W J Romans We have samples of cotton seed cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son Hemp Seed for Sale I have stored with Marksbury Son 150 bushels choice cultivated hemp seed nicely cleaned Call and see them J P Bourne If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Farm Property Insurance We are making a specialty of in surance on farm dwellings barns etc We insure against loss by fire 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 interest to see us before placing your insurance See Robt Kinnaird at National Bank J D Wearen Agt Stanford Ky 1302m To THE PUBLIC I have purchased an interest in thefirm of Burnett Co at this place and earnestly ask the people of Garrard and surrounding counties for a share of their patronage Having served the people of Garrard county for the last six years as chief deputy under John M late County Clerk 1 shall esteem it a great pleasure if you will permit me to con tinue to do so in the way of Gents Shoes and Dry Goods I am located on the Public Square in the new Hotel block where Ishall be to have you call and inspect Very Respectfully O W Shugars Hello 28 Well Is thisConns carriage shop Yes Have you a good set of harness that you can sell cheap Yes Have you some on hand Yes a car load Can you shoe my horse Yes I will have Ned Burdett to shoe your horse also your mare How about fixing my wagon Send it down Well can you fix my old Of course I can What else do you want to know Can you repair my plow Yes 1 can can you read Then take the Central Record which tells that Conn can fix and make from a bumble bee stinger to a steam engine so send in your work and dont wait Polluted Wells Polluted water is probably the cause of disease on the farm It is a great risk to use water from a dug well for very few dug wells are free from pollution and if they pure water today it is possible and always will be polluted tomorrow Dr J T Hurty in Indiaana Farmer The oldfashioned well was a dug well with stone sides and it was not known how to build any other The modern well is bored driven orcrock ed and the results are much more satisfactory There are thousands of stone wells throughout the country that have been in use many years and will undoubtedly continue to be for many years to come During the time the danger from these wells is reduced to a minimum In hot weather when one needs the best and purest water it is very apt to be at its worst There are comparatively few wells that have proper covers Many of them are merely loose boards that one can readily lift We have yet to see half a dozen that were sufficiently tight that there would be no debris falling from the surface of the ground and particularly a matter that is the least desirable Few farmers actually realize the great risk they are taking in allowing their wells to become neg lected Bear in mind the statement made in the above clipping that the foremost cause of disease op the is from polluted wells and consider tfith this that tine doctor is in all probability correct Dovers1 Journal Are You Restless at Fight And harassed by bad cough Use Ballards Horehound Syrup it will you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25c 50c and 100 bottle at R E McRoberts 1m Sorrow is a bitter pill that all must swallow sooner or later Eavorlte Nearly Evcrswhere Constipation means dullness depres sion headache generally disordered health DeWitts Little Early Risers stimulate the liver open the bowels and relieve this condition speedy and thorough Tfoey peyey gripe Favorite 1m When a bee loses its temper look out for a stinging retort Foleys Honey and Tar is best for oroup and whooping cough contains no opiates and cures quickly mothers keep it in the house Sold by C C J E Stormes lin Jt takes a cross female to give it to a man straight i I For Sale payments Feed meal Hobs n dentist light- nIng A Card Furnishings our stock cuttingbox anything hapeningthey farm I II Town ce your Duncan glad buggies foremost contain winter Secure Safe ills1 Careful a J Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending to buy kind of a Monument thisv One of our firm has just returned 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 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 Jf you wish to see our prices or furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 2G3m Lexington Ky If a married would know him self he should get his wife to intro duce him A Legacy of The Grip Is often a rundown system Weak ness nervousness lack of appetite en ergy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved that they strengthen the nerves the system and restore to health and good spi ri tsafter an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only 50c Per fect satisfaction guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Mothers can safely give Foleys Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m It is better to be wrong at the right time than right at the wrong time kidney complaint kills more 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 The price of liberty is eternal but the cost of repairs is extra 1 have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my in this Remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich R E McRoberts druggist 1m Some dancing instead of being the poetry of motion is mere doggerel Cancer Cured Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 I had been suffering several yeers with a cancer on my face which gave me great and unbearable itching I was using Ballads Snow Liniment for sore on my leg and through an acci dent I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and 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 my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left I have implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it be too highly recommended 25c 50c and 100 For sale by R E Mc Roberts 1m Her fathers boot frequently makes an unfavorable impression The Last Heard Of It My little boy took the croup one night and soon grew so bad you could hear him breathe all over house says 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 croup Now isnt 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 1m I HAMILTON FRANK MCMILLON Hamilton BcJIillon Successors to S S McGuire DEALERS IN Monuments andTombstones of all kinds We can furnish you of stone you desire and guar antee satisfaction leadings I means considerable saving we are of man often regulator wonderfully confidence For sale by F D II like withany kind I any year buildup before vigilance annoyance cannot W Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for work now we can make whereby you can yay for same on long ancl e sy pay meats SI OP 1BAR DEPOT I I I arrangements tine I desire to close out the large stock of i HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS PLOWS WAGONS j and FARMING IMPLEMENTS I of J M Higginbotham decd I the next SO days for CASH J at actual WHOLESALE COST tNothing reserved Nearly all new spring f goods just received in the house and a J great deal not unpacked No such T as this to secure FIRSTCLASS f has been before offered to ibuyers here and may never again T EVERYTHING GOES I 0 T HMBOTHAN Admr fc OS O g O 8 O S W3 t 1 The National Bank f 0 OF CAPITAL 50000 s s A R DENNY President SURPLUS 10000 JOHN E STORMES Vice S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper S DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson V Jno E Stormes W n Kinnaird 0 I within t opportunity GOODScheap I 2 0 2 2 s K G 0 LANeo m Pre t 1 Page Wire Fence Page Fence Must be Made of j PAGE WIRE I have just received a full car load of this Celebrated Fence and you will will call on you J T Leayell Lancaster Ky S BEAZLEY buying W DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In Building Danville street oppo ite Presbyterian church the Bookout 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 Turk tire hsuraoce Co and the Insurance C- oG B SwlnebroadAgt Continental tire MONUMENTS Good work at moderate prices Before your monumental work buy a headstone or monu ment Poorly Finished Work is Dear At Any Price Select stock Vermont white and blue Imported Italian Dark Creole and Pink Marbls Get our prices for Granite Monu office Stanford street JAS I WHITE Propr Jno Harwood Shop Mgr quality yourtrade J M HlGGINBOTHAM President LEWIS Y Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS fioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O KIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS- J M Higginbotham Lewis Y Leavell B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold LEAYELL I Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store Lancaster COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly 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 JOHNSTONCIVIL EER Ky L F RUBBLE T LISTEN PLEASE 1 My accounts now PAST DUE and Ij must have every cent owing to me I i dont want to be to 1 DUN YOU d But T need the money and must have it This means YOU if you owe me I have 1 waited patieutly and must have what you 1 owe to meet my own obigations SALLIE D TILLETT 0 are fl I I Rheuwillism ii The liniment bottle and flannel Strip are familiar objects in nearly every household They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are about as effective in the battle with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare Rheumatism is caused bv an acid sour Toe Jordan shipped to Atlanta Ga last week 52 head of mules which lie bought in Boyle county at from 65 to S130 per head The next annual meeting of the American Saddle Horse Breeders will be held at Louisville Ky Friday April 11 1902 It is as difficult for a man to get out of a rut once he gets one as it is to pull a heavily loaded wagon from a rut in a frozen country road hog cholera is practically unknown in Oregon Washington and Idaho unless they were imported from the cholerainfected districts in the states Dr A Jones of CornersvilleTenn has lost six line mules wifliin the past few days The deaths are supposed resulted from the animals eat lug silo feed The brood sow after her pigs are a few days old requires a good deal of rich food Jo keep her in codition and maintain agood How of milk Colts from sires that are ridden driven and worked are uniformly more tough and active than those from sires kept in the stables and fatso says an exchange A Hoosier exchange truthfully that a small bunch of sheep can be kept on any farm to an advan tage but on a poor farm they serve a double purpose They enrich the soil and return an income This is an excellent time to do a little practical forestry work Go tirough the timber and trim up the down timber then cut out the dead trees and remove any live ones are interfering with the growth of others Danville following crops of tobacco were bought last week by Mr E P Faulconer From W O Williams 10000 Ibs at 7ic J IT Henson 4000 7000 lbs at no A W McElfresh 12 000 Ibs at Sic G W Bradshaw 18QOO lbs at Gic Jack Gover 8000 lbs at 5c If there is any place about the farm or garden where one can be penny wise pound foolish it is in getting poor or uncertain seeds Bad mean loss of time money and oppor tunity and waste of ground space A man might buy a poor tool or piece of machinery and get rid of it but poor seeds mean the loss of a seasons opportunityPossibly largest check given for the fleecy stadle was given J S Hol land of Saltillo last week by Co of Corinh Miss for 220 bales of Cotton The check amount ed to 830999 71 cents being the price per pound paid for the cotton The cotton was shipped on the Clyde to the company at Riverton Ala where it will be loaded en cars for eastern shipment It is quite common to hear a far mer say at the end of his business year Ive spent a lot of money this year but I cant see where its to something to that effect He has probably made a good crop and the money has gone out in dribs A simple system of bookkeeping would show him where he is at There is a deplorable lack of genuine business system among our farmers If the farmer himself cannot spare the time DOUBTLACK Women who are to experience the trial of motherhood should post and grandmothers or of the lower animal should not be pure ignorance Fashion and civilization has your mode of living dress and thought The modern need not sufyet she surely will if nature is left aloneto mould and give successful issue of the child Mothers Friend is asoftening and relaxing liniment for exter use aworaan finds discomfort with sickness is evident It relieves the excruciating pain occasioned i i Association into eastern tohave that AdvocateThe lbs atGc Neil Bros Robertson steamer Theoriesbasedyour advancedis livin g ra r morning I remarks I seed god herself as soon as tuilness and by the strain onthetendions of the abdo minal mus cles A bottle costs 100 and is sold all druggists Our book Motherhood is mailed free THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA S I GA- l r condition of the blood It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settles in the joints muscles and nerves and liniments and oils nor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there by the blood be reached only through the blood Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every change of the weather the real disease lies deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream and can I of rich strong blood to the affected parts which dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains S S S contains no potash or other mineral but is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and most exhilarating tonic Our physicians will advise without charge all who write about their case and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga II 1 I rAPnQALQOH0 the wifeor daughter should do it A small ledger in which the receipts and expenses are accurately recorded would stop many Of the leaks in the family exchequerA in a store window at Dan yule Ky of some products from the farm of Mr J G Worthington of Rosalia Whitman county Washing ton contains some remarkable speci mens In this display is an Irish po tato weighing four pounds an onion raised froth the seed weighing one pound winter wheat which produced 50 to GO bushels per acre spring wheat 50 to 75 bushels per acre barley 50 to 75 bushels per acre oats 40 to 75 per acre and weighed 42 pounds to the bushel Pretty good yields for a dry year VKAK AND rOV SPIRITED A Correspondent Titus I cscribes Ills Experience Can heartily recommend Uerbine 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 deplessions and low spirits Uerbine 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 Heroine is prp curable and so cheap 50c a bottle at R E McRoberts 1m It is said that pillow shams are no longer fashionable but there are nu merous other shams with which to fill the void Saved Him From Trolnc There is no more agonizing trouble than piles The constant itching and burning make life intolerable No 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 1805 Isuf fered 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 j WINTER TOURIST RATES Queen Crescent Route Winter tOurist rates are now in ef feet to all points South Through sleeping car service to Florida and New Orleans Fast schedules Low rates to Charleston South 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 W C Rinearson o r A W J Murphy General Manager Newspaper Itiiflits Every successful newspaper is more or less annoyed by libel suits brought by persons who have no solid ground for their action or which have been instigated by shyster lawyers in the hope of making a stake by getting the newspapers to settle for a small sum rather than go to the expense of defending the suit It is gratifying to newspaper publishers to learn a court has at last taken action which will be likely to discourage these ha rassing suits and some protec tion against irresponsible plaintiffs who seldom are real sufferers from libels The case referred to was an action brought by 4 woman against a New York newspaper The newspaper proved the truthfulness of its allega tions showing that the woman had no case whereupon the court ordered that the plaintiff pay 500 to the as a recompense for the annoy ance and expense of defending a suit brought without cause No reputable newspaper ever delib erately libels a person and if a mis statement is inadvertently made is al ways ready to make a correction Camden N JL Telegram Good Advice The most miserable beings in the world are those suffer ngJrom and Liver complaint More than per cent of the people in the United States afflicted with these two diseases and their effects such Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitatioh of the Heartburn Waterbrasu Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Skin Coated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of the Food after Eating Low Spirits etc Go to Druggist and bottle of August Flower for 75 centsTwo doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormesdrug store 6m bushels 0 Carolinas a1 newspaper DySpep- sia sevent five asSour Sto vo get Y t j 455 position 4 upon alleged 455 are Stomach jJ fhe following poem was written by the late Gen W J Laudrniu back In the 50s Ilaylng had occasion to make some copies recently we reproduce It In TilE KECOKD Changeless noiseless relentless Time We chant thy victories 411 rhyme A conqror whose unfailing blows Fall thick alike on friends and foes Whose strides encompass land and sea Whose limit is eternity Move on thy triumphs are secure Thy future sate thy power sure Fortunes tide with varying phaze Flows on uncertain as the days Of mans existence boundless maze Where expectations eager gaze Vainly imagines jewels rare Or costly gems or beauty fair Or wealth or honor fame or power Will there be found to cheer the hour When all is gloom and doubt and fear And sadness reigns supremely where Joy and contentment nourished lpng And virtue triumphed over wrong More gorgeous than the opning day When stretching oer the mighty way Triumhpant sunlights dazzling rays Unfold fresh beauties to our gaze While nature stands enrobed in light A Id nig new splendor to the sight Are shadows which vain man pursues In search of joys that make him lose Tile substance which alone can give Content to hearts that for it strive Phantoms that rise to lure him on To fancied bliss and pleasures fiown In lifes vast maze we wildered tread And though our steps to failures lead Still Expectations siren voice Bids Hope yet linger and rejoice That word whose magic force retains III evry heart where virtue reigns A power unlimited yet mild Controlling natures gentlest child And by its captivating charms Tempting the brave arms To hazard fortune venture life By mingling in the deadly strife Seeking for fame in conflicts dire Till their last lingering hopes expire Boundless ambition thy false glare Paints all things lovely all things fair The Iris in the morning storm With varied tints and beauteous form Archd oer in majesty sublime Fit emblem of departing time Is not more fleeting than the show Tile wordly we know And all the pleasure man enjoys Sporting with fames illusive toys The search for thirst for fame The empty honors of a name Are bubbles floating on the tide Of lifes vast ocean spreading wide That burst and vanish from our gaze Like drops of dew before the rays Of heat refracted from the sun Tis thus the work of lifes begun And ended ere we learn the truth That virtues ways begin with youth That happiness is only found Where hearts with love and truth abound The lover who in blissful dreams Wanders along lifes pleasant stream Mingling his sports with joy and mirth Whilstiiving in a lieavn on earth Wakes not more certainly to find The image that possessed his mind Shorn of beauty devoid of form Than he who heedless of the storm That rages with unbated force Urges his powers beyond the course Which natures providential care Suggests to man to calm his fear Hoping to find enjoyments rare When all proves false instead of fair Fleeting and vain the worlds great charms only cause him fresh alarms The world moves on with mighty pace Labor and toil assume the place Of sloth and in crime Who seek the waste of precious time Moments too sacred to be lost When reason bids us make the most Of every hour and every day Vouchsafed by God to gild the way To future realms of peace and joy Treasured in lieavn without alloy The silver clouds that deck the sky And ride upon the tradewinds high With golden fringe and violet hues Whose beauties oft awake my Muse Sail less light in their airy Than trifles floating through the brain Painting lifes hopes in colors bright That fade ere yet they see tile light A a flower Whose beauty withers in an hour Vain man comes forth and breathes and acts In the great drama of lifes facts Fickle tho striving to be true He lives on giving naught thats due To those whose love in evils day Showered bright roses oer his way When troubles came with rapid pace And sorrows stared him in the face Onward he bends his tottering limbs Where shall he rest and whither roam When shall his voice in joyful hymns Sing praises in his home Th immortal soul in this frail clay Finds no rest save that peace of mind That gives content and points the way To all thats good in humankind Then weshall rest by virtuesstreams Where neverfading flowers bloom Diffusing pleasures golden beams SheddingTich fragrance oer the tomb Millions Put to York The wonderful activity of the new century is shown by an enormous for the worlds best workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Sick Headache Biliousness trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co s drug store Paint Lick 1m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat SIIALLTE REST with sturdy wisdomall wealththe I Will vicepartners plane- buda blossomthen lastbest demand Constipation oran ro jT w- YIIEPE Fire at Nicholasville caused a loss of 5000 The condition of Admiral Sampson growssteadily worse A strong How of oil was struck in the well being sunk in Washington county at a depth of 1200 James Carroll formerly of Hardin Ky killed his wife and com mitted suioide in Oklahoma M Mamtcheff Bulgarian Minister of Public Instruction was assassinated in his study at Sofia by a Macedonian Philip Gerst former City Treasurer of Buffalo was arrested on the charge of misappropriating S27000 of public funds Tile Emperor of Germany has con suIted the police in regard to against the spread of Christian Science Two American soldiers who desert ed to tbe Filipinos were executed in the Philippines today under military sentenceTom the negro assailant of Miss Emma Powell was lynched at noon in the courthouse yard at Nich olasville A man in Rockcastle county charged with breach of the peace was tried by a Magistrate over the telephone and was fined Fort Thomas has been selected by the United States army camp board as permanent fort for eight of infantry Payment of pensions in some cases is being delayed by the failure of fourthclass postmasters to properly execute vouchers Prof Charles W Pearson who the fallibility of the Bible will be asked from the faculty of Northwestern University It is reported that the Illinois has formally acquired the Cecil ian division of the L N for 1000 000 The division has been operated by the I C for some time Gen Charles Eagan of embalmed beef fame got injo a serious quarrel with Col Willis P Harlow another American at Guayamas Mexico and it is said Gen Eagan has been to a duel The board of army officers that the four great army camp sites be located in the vicinity of Chickamauga Park at Fort Riley on the Cono Wago valley and one in California The volume of business at the postoffice during the past year is a good indication of the prosperity of the city The figures show an in crease of more than 44000 over 1 00 Postmaster Baker will get an increase In salary of 1000 The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland paid the city of Louis yule 4240447 on account of the shortage of the late Treasurer Young A claim of 33217 disputed by the surety was paid by Col Bennett II Young and the city therefore does not lose a cent by the defalcation The Cuban Planters Association has sent an open letter to Congres asking a 50 per cent reduction in the tariff on Cuban sugar and emphasiz ing that by this means alone can dis aster to the island be averted The New York Chamber of Commerce also has adopted a memorial to Congress asking concessions to Cuba The House leaders are determined how ever to grant no favors The session of the Legislature was half over Monday rind only one bill has passed both houses There are GOO bills pending and a hundred or more are in prospect These have in congesting the committees and delaying action It is believed however that all the important bills will be passed in the remaining thirty days The fight on the State Capitol Bill will begin in the House this week Its friends believe it will pass the House The Senate is favorable to a new Capitol lUKcrsoIl and Infidelity From the Christian Guide we copy the following flight of eloquence and truth from ExGovRobert L Taylor of Tennessea one of the greatest lecturers on the American platform is wcrthy of a wide circulation we publish it with pleasure for our readers I sat in the great theater in the national capital It was thronged with youth and beauty old age and wisdom I saw a man the image of his God stand upon the stage and I heard him speak His gestures were the perfection of grace his voice was music and his language was more beautiful thananyI had ever heard from mortal lips He painted picture after picture of pleasures and joys and sympathiesof home He enthron ed love and preached the gospel of hu manity like an angel Then I saw him dip his brush into the ink of blackness and blot out the beauti ful picture he had painted I saw him stab love dead at his feet I saw him blot outstars and tile sun and leave humanity and the earth in eternal darkness and eternal death I saw him like the serpent old worm himself into the paradise of human hearts and by his seductive eloquence and subtle devices inject his fatal venom under whose blight its flowers faded its music was hush ed its sunshine was darkened and its soul was left a desert waste with tile newmade graves of faith and hope 1 saw him like a lawless and erratic meteor without orbit sweep across the intellectual sky brilliant only its selfconsuming fire generated by friction with the indestructibly and O O oo o oJ county measures I companies declared toresign Central challenged recommended Pennsylvania Louisville resulted et and mortal o ofsophistry inc GGNIRILb 4 S tE2 5VZORE L5VES RE SAVED BY USING Consumption End Gold Than By All Other Throut And ittt Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Colct Asthma Pneumonia Ha LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping PJCEJ Price 5Qc 1 Trial Eottlo JVee eternal truths of God That man was the archangel inlidelity and I said How true is holy writ which declares that the fool has said in his heart There is no Tell me not 0 in fidel there is no God no heaven no hell Tell me not 0 infidel there is no risen Christ What intelligence less than Gods could fashion the hu man body that drives those throb bing engines of the human heart sending the crimson stream of life bounding through every vein and artery Whence and what if not God is this mystery we call mind What is it that thinks and feels and plans and acts 0 who can deny the divinity that stirs within us God is everywhere and is in everything His mystery is in every bud and blossom and leaf and tree in every rock and hill and mountain in every spring and rivulet and river The rustle of his wings is in every zephyr his might is in every tempest lie dwells in the dark pavilliou of every storm cloud The lightning is his messenger and the thunder is his voice awful tread is in every earthquake and on every angry ocean The heavens above us teem with his myriads of sinning whiteness the universe or solar systems whose wheeling orbs course the crystal dread halls of eter nity the glory and power and of the allwise omnipotent and eternal God New JJiulertalior Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials lIe has a well selected stock declltf HORTICULTURAL HINTS Any old thing will not do in these days the package must be neat clean and attractive fan be best to wait till the leaves have fallen The raspberry and blackberry bushes should have the old wood cut out before being laid down for the winterThe freight cartage and package on poorly packed fruit or that which is of poor cost as much as in the case of well packed fruit and that- f good quality The pYoceeds are more on the latter hence profit is greaterWhen caring for the vegetables do not forget the house plants that may or that must be taken from outofdoors to a warmer place if the good wife or daughter sees to this you see that she has a lift on the heavy part getting the soil ready and carrying in Farmers Voice how to Cure a Balky Horse When a horse balks no matter how badly he sulks or ugly he is do not beat him do not throw sand in his ears dont use a rope on his front legs or even burn straw under him Quietly go and pat him on the head a moment take a hammer or even pick up a stone in the street tell the driver to sit still tae the reins and hold them quietly while you lift up either front foot Give each nail a light tap anti a good smart tap on the frog drop his foot quickly and then chirp to him to go In 99 cases out of 100 the horse will go right along about his business but the driver must keep his lines taut and not pull or jerk him back John Haines in Farm and Home Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Or hi S 1plJ n0 er c wr1 oJ- lJ li Cough R PAVE 84 God IIi dominI- On un If ou wish to transplant trees this twill quality needrepotting plants how h URItRJ URNn 7 I COi rif 45 the tliC 2 TIMES A WEEK 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWBEK COURIERJOURXAL is the best paper published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers It is the equal of many Dailies and tile superior of all other SemiWeeklies or Weeklies WATTERSON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL co Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE CENTRAL RECORD TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURXAL Both One Year for Only 15OThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through the RECORD office HENRY theSaturday AND TIlE LOCAL TIMETABLES 1 I Mixed leaves Lancaster lIOoAM 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