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IJ Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster JTy as Second Clots Matter XUMBJSM 45 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEB 20 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR l t tnttrW B C t 1 totbFTiI Y6IIt F IBrly I Spring Wear We have just re 1 ceived a handsome line of Wool and Silk J f Dress Goods for the t Earl Spring Trade I Comprising the new t1 Fabrics and Weaves 4 both in black and colors Our New Spring Wash Fabric con sist of Ginghams Madris cloth Chev jots and Chambrys They are uptodate in style and Low in J Price and are going out fast We are also showing a new line of Hamburgs and laces from the cheap est to the best grades We have received our Spring line of Carpet samples and are now ready to show you anything you may want in the Carpet line We also have quite a large stock of Car and Battings on hand We can de liver at once Come in and look us over we believe we can please you The Logan Dry Goods Co I t i i t t t t 1 J I i i 1 J t I ets Iirit jMittig1 w a S xS 5xSx I Of Local Interest 1 County court Monday All agree that this has been the hardest winter thev ever experienced Notwithstanding the ice and snow the coal dealer has been in clover for several months past WellKnown Colored Man Lewis Yantis the old colored died Monday night after an illness of pneumonia Two of his children died of the same disease the past two weeks Many Chicken The number of chickens in the United States is estimated at 284000 000 This estimate was evidently made just before opening of the Methodist camp meeting season Communion Service The communion of the Lords Sup per will be celebrated at the Presby terian church next Sunday morning The preparatory services began last night and will be continued tomorrow Friday evening at seven oclock Major Kinnaird E W Harris H A B Marksbury and several others who put in their gardens the last of Febru ary each year are experiencing some difficulty in breaking up the ground They all say they will have peas up next week at the farthest Child Dies in Stanford Sarah aged ten years and six months daughter of Rev W E Arnold died of appendicitis at the home of her in Stanferd on last Monday The funeral was conducted by Revs Wright Vaught and Robinson In remitting for THE RECORD Dr B Ramsey writes from Pass Christian Miss that the weather is quLe chilly there but is nothing to compare with the icy reports he hears from He is getting slung nicely and asks to be remembered to all inquiring friends Look Out HCM Coming Ernest Brown the best collector in the United States is out to see those in arrears with THE RECORD We are not employing him to travel around fur his health aud if you owe any thing please pay him when he first comes and thus save another trip Hustling YotiiiK Agent Mr J Herbert Kinnaird is making great success iiI the insurance and bids fair to equal his clever daddy the Major who is the best in the state Herbert has several and can give you the best and cheapest to be had His office is at Dr J B Kinnairds Up To Date Operator Mr Clay Hamilton the clever ope rator at the Western Union office has purchased an Oliver typewriter and now takes all his messages on the This is strictly up to date and we congratulate Clay on his spirit Jo E Robinson is local agent for the Oliver Good Preacher Rev C M Chumley of Virginia filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening the house being filled at each service Those who heard him are delighted with his sermons and we understand there is a strong probability of his being called as pastor of the local church A New Department The Logan Dry Goods Co always on the hunt for uptodate ideas has decided to open a millinery in connection with their already large dry goods clothing and other branches and will keep in stock the latest and best of everything in that line Miss Dove B Harris will have charge and you are sure to find what you want monkey John The Advocate says John Shanks alias Henry Johnson alias Glass Eat er alias Monkey John alias Rock was arrested in Danville for but no case could be proven and he dismissed on condition that he remain away from Danville for five years Monkey John was convicted on similar charges and sent to the penitentiary twice from Lancaster Chronic Growlers The individual who gets the fewest letters makes the most complaint to the postmaster the man who never had a good meal at home hotel accommodations the man who complains most of his neighbors is the meanest of the lot the church mem ber who pays the least to the preach ers salary finds the most fault and al ways complains of the bad manage ment of the church the man who never invests a dollar in town enter prises is the man who is always cry ing down public improvements the loafer or noaccount workman is al ways to the front in strikes and labor agitation and the subscriber who is the slowest to pay his subscription finds the most fault in bis japer 1 blacksmith during Chilly in Mississippi Kentucky business companies department Eater burglary was growls at the parents machine progressive 4 A a Friday There will be a lecture given at the Christian church Friday afternoon at 330 by Albert Meade of Louisville field secretary of the State Christian Endeavor Society of Kentucky He will also deliver a general address at same place at 730 in the evening All cordially invited to attend New Officer Sleeted At a meeting of the Directors of the Citizens National Bank Mr Lewis Y Leavell was chosen as president to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr Jno M Higginbotham and Judge Joe S Robinson was selected as vice president to fill the vacancy by of the advancement Mr Leavell In the selection of these gentlemen the board displayed excellent judge ment for we know of none more capa ble of filling the offices They are men of fine judgementand well balanced and sate in every respect The stock holders and patrons are to be upon these selections Absolutely Disgusting If the proper post office could be made aware of the miserable manner in which Cincinnati mail misplaced in coming via Junction City they certainly could not keep hands off those to blame for such a state of case Cincinnati mail sent that way frequently gets to Lancaster two or three days after time of being mailed at the former office and its al most a daily occurrence for the to come lumbering in a day late Letters from Somerset and other Southern points come in any old time from a day to ten days days late Sam pays a pretty stiff price for handling the mails and if the people would raise a kick this nuisance would be stopped Hope for Bald Heads Danville Mci Grath expert tonsorial artist at Dun cans has hit a scheme which will prevent the hair from falling out so goes the testimony of good men number of gentlemen who were losing their hair in great quantities have followed McGraths instructions and been wonderfully benefited His theory is so simple and inexpensive that all may try it The whole thing is this Have your hair trimmed each month on the first Friday of the light of moon for four successive months and no more dropping out will occur Some good men here who have followed the advice declare that it proved effective Dig Times for K Ps The local lodge Knights of Pythias has succeeded in pulling together again and all the old stand bys have put their shoulder to the wheel to make it one of the best in the state The newlyelected officers have added much vim to the meetings and the hall is filled each evening Last night the Grand Keeper of Records and Seal was present and the lodge conferred the second and third degrees being highly complimented on the work After the meeting the members to Zimmers restaurant where bountiful supper was spread Mr Zimmer knows how to fix up for such occasions and all were delighted with the spread Several speeches were made after the meal was carefully tucked away A Good Show W H Harris the wellknown show man has gotten together a troupe of splendid minstrel artists and will give another entertainment at the court house next Monday night the 24th In addition to several local people he has secured Johnson and Brown two colored men who have traveled all over the country the being with the famous Billy Ker sands for several seasons These men are professionals and it is by accident that they are to be in this show There will be no disorder whatever and a special portion of the house will be set apart for white people Having seen several shows under this manager we can cheerfully recommend it as first class Admission 25c Reserved seats 35c Bnraslde Mrs Kitty Burnside widow of Burnside formerly of this county died at her home in Stanford Sunday morning She had been seriously ill for some time and her death was not unexpected She resided in Garrard for many years her husband being a prominent farmer of this county and a brother of Judge R A Jas A and Joe Burnside of this county She had many warm friends here who regret ed to hear of her death She leaves three children Mrs E P Owsley Columbus Ga Mrs Al Huffman and Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford who have the sympathy of many Lancas ter friends in their great bereavement services were conducted in Stanford Monday morning and the re mains brought to Lancaster for inter ment at the Lancaster Cemetery The hour of burial not being generally understood many friends were unable to pay the last tribute of respect although quite a number remained in the Cold most all morning awaiting the arrival of the party A great many Stanford friends came over with the remains s 1 Lectur reason congratulated Enquire Uncle AdvocateHeber absolutely adjourned colored former Elijah Funeral 1 of r are i t1- V j t a Fine Lot of Officers THE RECORD prints in this issue the pictures of four of the new county officials Messrs A D Ford J A Doty Thomas Austin and W L Law son It is our desire to get the pho officers but only these had nerve to stand before the camera The David Ross tried several pho tographers but broke j the camera each time As stated in a recent Garrard has a capable honest and faithful set of officials of whom all the citizens are justly proud and THE RECORD asks all to join it in giving them earnest support in the discharge of their duties A Dog Law Needed The farmers of Kentucky have not as yet presented to the Legislature any bill which has for its purpose the protection of sheep and other stock from the ravages of dogs says the Hodgenville Herald The state needs a law to protect the sheep industry especially Sheep breeding and have been profitable in all of the States of this country where the stock has been protected by simple safeguard measures and why not in where the soil climate and the natur al resources are of such a nature that the poorest farmer in the state may raise a small flock without much ex pense and with profit The dog how ever is in the way ot the small breed er who cannot house his flock at night The Legislature should protect the property of the people of the State from ravages by dogs and in no way can that body render a greater service to the farmer large and small than by passing a law which will give them immunity for their property from the ravages of animals which give neither protection nor profit to their owners Aged Citizen Passes On last Saturday afternoon the of Lancaster and Garrard county were greatly pained to learn of the death of Mr J Hansborough West which occured about two oclock that day While Mr West was well in years yet no one thought the end so near and the news was a great shock to all He attended church on the Sunday before his death and it is thought that the cold thus hastened his death No man stood higher in the estimation of the people than did Mr West nor was there ever a man who more richly the high respect and confidence reposed in him He devoted his life to farming and was quite successful He was never known to turn his back upon a friend nor fail to do any that was within his power to do toward his fellow man He had been member of the Christian church for about fiftysix years and for many years was a deacon He was born in Madison county Kentucky in May 1816 and lacked but a few months of being eighty six years old He was one of a family of eight children of whom only onean aged sisterremains He leaves a wife and five children two boys and three girls Tn his death his family loses a kind and noblehearted husband and father and the county a noble upright honest citizen He was a true Christian gen tleman and has gone to his reward After funeral conducted by Rev Allen R Moore at the Christian church Monday at 1030 oclock the remains were interred in the Lancas ter Cemetery Modern missions The growing missionary interest in the Christian church or Disciples of Christ all over the county reminds us all again of the wonderful power of the missionary movement Now every nation on earth is wide open to the gospel Not so a century ago The Christian church has missions in India China Japan Africa Tur key England Norway Sweden Cuba the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippine Islands They have 271 missionaries and stations in those fields Growing educational institu tions are springing up also in those lands Some of the strongest men in this religious body have gone out to Japan and China and other heathen lands They are helping to shape a new Christian civilization on the ruins of hoary faiths In Japan for there is now a public school system that will compare with our own in America The Imperial Uni versify in Tokio has more than 2000 students The postal system of Japan is pronounced as good as in America the telegraph wire stretches to every part of the land All this and more has done since the advent of the The annual offering for Foreign Mis sions in all this munion is the first Sunday in March The church in this is willing and it may be counted its fun part It is expected that fully 200000 will be for this work this year Last year 171000 was se cured for work in distant lands The Christian Church has come to in the country number more than a and the growth last year is said to have been about 50000 The number of churches is over 10000 and the number of ministers fully 6 000 They also building a num berof splendid educational institu tions in different parts of the country We wish for abundant success yearto spread the gospel in all the s ot all the Kentucky- s advanced contracted deserved kindness services Denmark instance missionary less than years com- E upon be of the leading religious bodies In their effort to raise 200000 this I issue rais- Ing Away citizens one are a wylr I Some of Garrards New Officials T 4 i J S T Y 4 1 I 4 JUDGE A D FORD AjA A A A A A A A A A 1 1 T T 4 4 J f Y 4s fe l I T T 4 4 CLERK J A DOTY of of of In luemorlain Died at her home in Garrard county Ky on the morning of January 25th 1902 Mrs Margaret A Sanders wife James M Sanders after an illness several years Mrs Sanders was the eldest daughter of Samuel and Mary J Wherritt prominent Richmond Ky wljere she was born oh the 2Gthday of August 1827 She was married to Jackson King at the home of her parents on the 25th day May 1844 becoming the mother of seven children two of whom with her husband preceded her to the grave citizens- of 1 1 ASSESSOR Tnos AUSTIN k SHERIFF W L L SON f Her children having married or made themselves Mrs King was again married at the home of her mother in Richmond Ky on the 23rd of August 1881 to Mr J M Sanders and had lived in Lancaster and Gar rard county from that time She united with the Presbyterian church in early life in which connection she lived and died Besides her devoted husband she leaves five children grand children six brothers and sisters and a large circle of kindred and friends who mourn her loss but we sorrow not even as others which have no hope new homes for several Stoves Stoves We are overloaded with them and are Going To Sell Come and see ns be fore you buy as will save you money HASELUEN The Hardware Man J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors I i it I i j wet t t f I1I1111I i t 4444 4 Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Fiirnitnre and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward AtLaw s s T T r s I T T Y 4 I Y j Q0 0 3 0 0 0s s 0 0 Great Bargains In Ladies Shoes One hundred pairs of Ladies Shoes Sizes from 2 to 4 t Ranging in Prices From S 200 to 400 per pair We Will Close The Lot Out At 50 75 1 OO and 1 25 Logan One Price Cloth Furnisher r0 0 0 0 1 I I I o 0 o Q 2 0 2 2 I 2 Q I 0 v 00 0 I n T Q The l Ji Jii r ij tf 7t e 0 OOOOOOOOOJO000 0 4 0 o Qa Qp0p e QIII 1 0 o0 2- o A 4Q a 0 0 o0 Q erl Q 8 0000000 a l v We Can Save Money For Yon f 1 rQ lr srS I 0 0 rn i t p tYiL a a e coo00000000000000000 OOQO000- v0 0 0 r When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact ijg- Jo p 0 o Q 0 Q 0 0 R mna Elm r o lij Frill rrtl riJmrrtl 0 0 0 G 0pWa- gon 0tjj 0A0 0 0jtt i 0 ii 4 0 0J1 0 00000000000000000COQ000- L CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Feb 20th 1902 the recommendation of the Army Board only thirtythree soldiers are awarded medals of honor Of this number only one is awarded for the hard work done in Cuba he being a member of the colored Cavalry It never intended to give the Repu lars any recognition from the outset and the way they have been snubbed from start to finish is enough to any man from educating for a soldier The history of the whole Santiago fight was well planned before a gun was fired To sum it up in a nutshell it was that Roosevelt who was never near the battle was to kill the bear on land and Sampson was to do the rest on the sea The people however know that the Regulars did the work with the rifles and Schley destroyed the fleet IT is alright to show special to the high muckamucks of countries but it does seem that too much todo is being made of late over every rooster that sees tit to place his brogans on American soil The big pot is to be put in the little one now that King Edward arrives and a great flourish of trumpets will be given at every point the little Dutchman is to stop A special is to be sent at the publics expense by the way to the of King Edward and a lot more foolishness gone through with The Hart County truthfully says If some person could be around the tombs of Washington and Jefferson on the days of these celebrations they could hear the bones of the old patriots THE redistricting work by the politicians is correctly sized up byBro Charley Howard of the Herald who says It is possible that when the State of Kentucky has been redistricted it would be hard for a fellow to locate his own voting but it is equally true that there will be more Democratic districts and Shrinkage Risk Many men striving to leave a heritage for their children buy stocks bonds real estate mortgages etc all of which are susceptible of shrinkage and positive losswhile money put into a policy with the Tile Mutual Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky makes the future protection of thefamily fixed and cer tain Convertable into CASH without delay or sacrifice Lancaster Ky Richmond By I 0 vas discourage himself attention other entirely delegation coronation sews rattle precinct t t t It It t t It t It It t It It t t t t iNo I No R L Agt J Spt Agt 14 n It I In It I it I it H lieIlodgenvi DAYIDSON C BECK Jr M fewer Republican ones than there were before Thats hat the work is mainly clone for in fact and in States the Republicans must put up with what they get and in Re publican States the Democrats have to be very glad indeed if they get Thats what politics is and Judge Jewell of Lexington once said politics was the politicians hereafter OVEU in Lexington the other a man was arrested for truing in a peculiar manner and on being pre sented before the court said the houses were trying to get away from him and the pavements and buildings were dancing around him If every man who experiences these feelings in Lexington were to be ai rested all the judges in Kentucky couldnt try the cases the number would oe so great Bill Nye once said that in Lexington people were so busy they could running in all directions He wound up by saying that he used to run in all directions but now he didnt toucH liquor in any form THE Boers who are now on their last legs are trying to work up a feel ing in this country that will force governmental interference While Uncle Sam is a tenderhearted sym pathetic old fellow yet we do not be lieve he will allow himself to be drawn into such foolishness Tle peace maker always gets the hot end of every difficulty and beside Samuel has as big a job of peacemaking on his hands now as he cares to dabble in When he succeeds in pacifying the dear Philippines then he will likely be satisfied to stand by hereafter and see others tight it out LOUISVILLE is preparing to wine and dine the Legislature tomorrow night and great preparations are being made for the event Mr R W Brown managing editor of the Times is to be speech master The Commercial Club could not have made a better lection as Mr B is possessed of happy faculty of always saying the right thing at the right time and is as full of wit and humor as an egg is of meat Members of the press love Bob Brown and he is equally as popular with the citizens of the Falls City IN his speech on the Capital removal bill Representative Wyatt of Mar shall county sized up the situation completely when hesaid Frankfort is the only place on Gods green earth where a man has to lie prone upon thegreen sward and look up to see thesun at Midday the only place where a man must go up in a balloon to see the sun BILL has been introduced in the House which provides if any lawyer shall be guilty of felony This is a pretty good idea but when a client escapes from a lawyer with his life hes generally so well pleased that he will not bring action against the legal light for any damages A PENNSYLVANIA man murdered his wife because she violated her the husbands murdered who lie on this point there soon would not be enough men left to get up a political discussion THE deepest sympathy of every Ken Jr No man In the state has more friends than has Blackburn and they all regret that his only son should be taken from him For Stomach Troubles I have taken 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 Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by R E McRoberts druggist I Democratic anything day deception Ifthe Blackburn constipation t t base setA Senator S en settee FROM ALL SECTIONS OP GARRARlTcO TrtV 10 S J S 0 0 0 j 03 0 I o 00000 O 00000 0 OiO OiOiOi i 4 0 0 000000000 V O 00000000 I T o T0 0 a o o o ooooo O o Born to the wife of Mr Sam Ballard a boy George Brown says his hemp wilt average 1200 lbs per acre J P Rogers has moved to the house he bought from J P Ballard J C Fox bought some hogs from Robert Ilollzclaw for 5 cents per lb Thompson Brown sold some cattle at Stanford court day front 3 to 4 cts W B Ragan bought a mare and 30 shocks of fodder from John Anderson Ilutchins Oil Gas Co is nicely with their work in Knox county Wm C and J B Ilutchins bought the Alex Farmer house and 18 acres o land here last week for S3SO Grand Pa Cummins who is 89 years old and one of the most highly respected man in our county is in very feeble health and is not expected to last long though we hope he will be spared for many years yet Hayden and Quincy Naylor left last Saturday fer Indiana where they are going to work this summer Mr A J Hayden left last week for Oaklaho ma to look out a location to move to We are sorry to give the family Their sale will be on the 25 inst Mrs Harriet Poly of Williamsburg is visiting relatives here for a while Miss Allie White has been visiting Mrs F F Cummius for a few days Mrs Maggie T Hobbs of Lancaster was here on business the first of the week Cummins of Stanford and Jno W Cummins of Crab Orcli ard were with home folks Sunday B F Lunceford and wife were visiting Sam Ballard and family Sunday Logan Thompson and wife visited Wm Sprinkles and family Sunday Menifee Elmore wife and John and wife visited W II Cummins and family Sunday I BUY ANTS The Maccabees are preparing to or ganize a tent here Elder Garrison will fill his regular appointment the Grove on day evening at 230 oclock Sunday School at 130 Mr Ike Arnold of Guthrie and Mr Stafford of Kansas City were guests ofrelati yes here last week Mr Ira Bright of Lexington was here in the interest of life insurance also Mrs Chrisman of in the interest of fire insurance Mrs Has lden spent several days with rela tives in Danville last week Miss Bessie Ballard will return home this week accompanied by Miss nings after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Bryantsville and Dan ville Mrs C C Becker entertained a number of friends on last Tuesday Oatly Burk of Manse and Joe Minor of Manville were here on business Monday Mr Jim Mullins of the Mount Hebron vicinity died and was buried near the church FLATWOODS J C Clouse sold a horse for 25 M A Archer sold twoyearold colt for 4000 A K Walker sold his crop of tobacco for 675 a hundred W G Gooch has sold one of his farms to Mr Nave for 3800 J C Clouse bought a stack of hay of Jim Coldiron for 1500 Pate Parrish sold Geo Miller four shoats at 500 per hundred Jack Edwards has moved to Wm Coldirons house on the pike W II Furr sold a fat hog to Jack Edwards for 525 a hundred Tom Bolton sold three shoats to Jake Clouse for 500 a hundred Geo Miller bought a cow of Noah Schooler for 1675 and one of Pate Parrish for 1650 We have a new doctor located at Flatwoods Dr Hugh Ball tried to bring a dead pig to life by pouring soap suds down it There will be preaching at Good Hope every second Saturday and Sun day in each month instead of the fourth Saturday and Sunday Ben Pollard has moved to the Eliza Robinson place He had bought the place for 40000 but on account of a defect in the the title the trade was canceled MANSE There was a dance given by Mr Jno Tatum Friday night Three cheers for the free rural de livery Let all interested parties send in their vote We all received our share of comic valentines thereby know our many faults consequently will do better in the future Rev McClung is spending several days in Virginia Rev Sturgill filled his pulpit Sunday Will Crow Doty and J R Brown of White Station visited relatives in lower Garrard last week Mr Robt Arnold of Back Creek will leave for Illinois this week where he will engage in business Misses Doty returned from Richmond several days ago Are You Restless at Night And harassed by bad cough Use Bollards Horehound Syrup it will you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25c 50c and LOO bottle at R E McRoberts 1m n I LE I for up- I F Kennedy t next Sun Oklahoma Jess mine IIattieJ t to TomBolton 1 secure 4 5Y11PItEAC1i1R line 4C S65 C progressing 4 K PAINT LICK A man lives a long time before he tads out what a foul he has been Mrs C Shumate has been excruciating pain with a rising in her tread L II Grap presented J B Ely with a handsome baby buggy and two beautiful quilts made by Mrs Davis they were for Btifords baby boy Pierce Allen son of John Allen ac cidentally shot himself with a double barrel shot gun while outhunting one hand was pretty badly torn and some of the shot went into his side R L Jennings Co are making ar rangements to have their store house turned around so that it will front the pike instead of the railroad which will be a great improvement Curry Rice fell off of the hind part of a buggy and sprained his ankle bad He is a unfortunate boy he has had both arms and legs either broken sprained or knocked out of place and has had one arm broken twice but he never stops going Finly Davis Jim Rucker Will Dunn Dave Hervey and Guy Rice went over to Ford on the 14th to the A O U W banquet a good time Henry was here Saturday on business Rice Woods who is attending at Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with the home folks Robert Sallee of Danville was here this week on business J B Carter Geo Allen and family left this week for the a prospecting tour Robt Tudor who has learning telegraphy under Jim Rucker has accepted a position near Lexington BETTIS E S Bourne sold a fine combined gelding to B G Fox of Danville at 8110 Breaking hemp is the chief at this writing and hands are scarcer than was ever known Auctioneer Bourne attended court at Danville Monday and reported the market very dull Mr Dank Ball of the Iledgville vicinity is very low of pneumonia Miss Mamie Daily of Marksbury who has been visiting here for several weeks returned home Sunday Miss Pauline Arnold of Bryantsville is visiting Miss Edna Mrs Jim Bourne and Mrs Nannie Hamilton visited their broth er Mr Millard Herring at Huston ville Saturday and Sunday Misses Susie and Ollie Mitchell were in Dan ville last week Sue Aggie and Minnie Bourne visited Mrs Lula Pol lard at Iarksbury last Monday and Tuesday Miss Jennie Pollard and mother of Marksbury visited her daughter last week Cleveland and Biff Bourne night with Kinnaird Bourne Mr Price Bourne wife and son visited his parents J W Bourne wife and children of Hubble spent Sunday here Miss Mary Ellen Onstott of Daviess is visiting her cousin Myrtle Spratt Ben Sutton attended preaching at Hubble Sunday BUCKEYE Jessie Blakeman sold Robt Long a horse at 60 Chas Moberly has rented Rays farm near Scottsfork Death has again been in our midst and claimed as its own Miss Lorey Simpson daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Simpson deceased Miss has always been a delicategirl and for the last mouth has been a meek and submissive sufferer When hay ing perceived life was nearing its end she made not a murmer and her last moments ere spent in a sweet peace reposeWm wife of Jessa mine visited Thos Hills family this week Messrs Wm Jones and Lil lard Miles accompanied by Misses Hattie Jones and Fannie Miles form ed a house party at Mr John Hen drens of Madison Miss Carrie Brown is visiting her uncle Mr John Poor of Buena Vista Wm Noel will make a business trip to Lexing ton this week The Secretary of Liberty Sunday school speaks of their work flatteringly this season Says it was never known to do better work For this quarter a second order has been made and it is not supplied sufficiently yet Our Sunday school makes the best report in our association except one Great credit is due our superintendent who is loved and reverenced as a father and has been for many years its most efficient worker With its corps of concecrated teachers its influence will necessarily be by continuing to adhere closely to the one whose words were Without me ye can do Cancer Cured Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 1 had been suffering yeers with a cancer on my lace which gave me great an noyance 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 came out my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left Ihave implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it can not be too highly recommended 25c 50c and 100 For sale by R E Mc Roberts 1m suffering Davis of pretty Lancaster College Weston occupation Arnold spent Saturday Sunday t Simpson felt nothing t I j S C Patterson of Al several cancer r I Yates Hudson bought of Robert Fox six nice calves for 103 Several from here attended services at the Grove Sunday afternoon Little Miss Katie Miller Yeager who has been with tpnsililis is improving A D Hughes sold several loads of baled hay to F B Kemper at at 60 cents per hundred The members of the Fork church last Sunday and called Rev Geo Green of Evansville Ind to preach for thefn the ensuing year We are glad to hear that Capt White THE RECOUPS faithful is improving We hope he may be spared to spend many years of use fulness The oil boom in different sections of the country is creating quite a The owner of Burdetts knobs in this community is talking of horsing for oil and opening a slate mine If his enterprise should prove successful and the new railroad passes through Marksbury we will soon have a nour ishing town Mr Will Burnside of Danville vis HughesSundayvisited relatives at Danville Monday Miss Jennie Pollard visited her sister Mrs Edd Bourne of Bettis last Thursday Mrs Jack Naylor of Mc Oeary spent Saturday with H D Aldridge and family Mr Charles Mrs John Woods last Thursday SUEKNEY Boards at S Morgans for sale Mrs Mary E Rigsby has a nice work mare for sale Mr Emanuel Cox sold to Mr Frank Holtzclaw one horse for 75 Mrs J B Sutton who began Monday at Beazley school house is progressing nicely Miss Daisy Atkinson who has been the charming guest of Mrs O B Per kins for the past two weeps has re turned to her home in Salem Ind Mr W R Holtzclaw died at the home of his daughter Mrs J II Par sons Feb 10th He was 72 years of age and leaves a widow two sons and daughters Mr Iloltzclaw was a true member of the M E church at Preach ersville He was not v ry successful in accumulating very much of this worMs goods but he was like the good woman of od he chose the better part which could never be taken from him lie was a true Christian in every respect His funeral was preached at his daughters by Rev Arnold under whose preaching he was converted some years ago May God comfort the sorrowing family and teach them to say Thy will 0 Lord be done Dear father how we loved thee for thou wast kind and true and thy sweet good will was a blessing ever new all things round about thee shared freely from thy hand given in a quite way as our Lord did command for in Gods promises oh why should we weep now in heaven is his spirit and there he sweetly sleeps Clerks Wise Suggestion- I have lately been much troubled with dyspepsia belching and sour stomach writes M S Mead leading pharmacist of Attleboro Mass I could eat hardlyanythingwithoutsuf fering several hours My clerk 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 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily You dont have to diet Eat all the good food you want but dont overload the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests your food 1m J1IAIUfSn TRY quite ick Lancaster typesetter sensation I daughters teaching suggested endorse I ems f fM 4 H M M M It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS jfSF A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions j J sent to our store McRoberts Drug Store Ii t1Jr t t f t 0 1 Saved Her Child 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 every day We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion 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 McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Punt Lick guarantee satisfaction 50c 100 Trial bottles free 1m McCllEARY J B Sanders had a valuable steer to break its leg this week L T Bradshaw is running his every Tuesday and Saturday The people of this icinity are mak ing an effort to secure free rural de livery Mrs C Collins held the lucky o 47 that drew the handsome china tea set at J B Warners Natural gas has been struck at P G Warners store not in paying quanti ties but standing room is on a boom Most farmers in this end of the county are in favor of the proposed law to prohibit the use of paris green on tobacco Snowin again hens on a strike stove wood scarce coal btu almost empty yes we country people ought to be the most contented people on earth Robt Austin who has been so ill with pneumonia improves very slow Mr and Mrs Clayton Wearren have been visiting the latters mother at Teatersville Chas Tartar and family have located at Somerset Ben Pherigo and Thomps Hill Jr took in the sights of Poosey Ridge Sunday Alex Simpson of Teaters villa is in very poor health we are sorry to say Leonard lave and family have moved to the Gooch farm near Point Leaveil recently purchased by Mr Nave lIucklfEs Arnica Salve The best and most famous the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflammation Piles Millions of Boxes sold Works wonders in Boils Ulcers Skin It cures or no pav 25c at R E McRoberts Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m When a man is paid for playing he calls it work Kidney complaint kills more people than any other disease This is cue to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hold on the system be fore 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 Too much of the noise in this world tries to pass itself off as music I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy fora 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 confi dente in this Remedy Mrs J A Moore Star Mich For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m R E oo gristmill N 4 compound- in masters yearly Eruption t North J C Lancaster One of this weeks BARGAINS v o o 0o 0 0o They weIe 0 0 00 0 o NOW 00000 0i 0 0 0 200 J I IIA3IILTON FRANK McMlLLOX Hamilton McMillon Successors t S S JlcGmre DEALERS IN Monuments andTombstones of all kinds We can furnish you with any kind of stone you desire and guar antee satisfaction Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for work now we can make arrange ments whereby you can pay for same on long time and easy pay ments SHOP NEAR DEPOT Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat R Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticiit German American Phtmix of Brnnkljn Milwaukee 3Ierchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Jlerrhantile Aetna Life te Co of HartforlCflDP The Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KY KINNAIRDINSURANCE RBpresentin Followin Companies DrtR Goldstein x Garrard Hotel Lancaster Ky qm N Monday Mar Ivtli One Day Only 4 Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5pm J Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat New DAMP COLD FEET ARE THE i 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 li X X Jl X X t mlI I doctorto I I I rQ 000OOOC OOOOOOOOOOrJ j 3 t I I 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 tor winter and spring wear This is the month to buy if you would save money COME in NOW while the SELECTION is BROREN i UN 0 0 Special Bargains in Dry Goods and Underwear Ward Sympsonm m 1 f 0 o ooc o oo oam Boma mega 4 J o LIV E R CHILLED PLOWS K F POSTLE Successor to J c Robinyon 4 f i J M M M M M 4 M M M M About Tile People f Mr W B Burton is in Lexington Willie West has been ill for several days Hon R H Tomlinson has returned to FrankfortMiss Harris visited relative in Stanford Sunday J Mort Rothwell has gone to Mt Vernon on business Miss Jane Lusk is visiting Mrs Geo White of Richmond Mr W J Romans has gone to on a business trip W A Hiatt of Winchester attend ed funeral of Mr J H West Misses Sandifer of Danville are the guests of Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond is the guest of Miss Amy Davidson Miss Marguerite Kinnaird a few friends Friday evening Dr Burnett has been called to the bedside of his sister in Shepherdsville Dr I S Wesley and family have been visiting relatives in Middleburg Miss Lizzie Beazley of Crab Or chard is visiting friends and relatives hereMrs George Farris is in Frankfort visiting the Senator and Mrs Charles NorrisMr Joe Spears of Moreland has been visiting his friend Mr Joe Jr Mr and Mrs Spurgeon Simpson of Middleburg are guests of Mr and Mrs James Simpson Rice Benge Nho is now engaged in the livery business at Danville was here this week Mrs Mary Anderson and Miss Sallie Tillett visited Lexington friendr and Sunday Mrs J Randolph Harris has return ed from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J F Cash Mr and Mrs Ben Hughes have ta ken rooms with Mrs Elizabeth Mason on Stanford avenue Miss Katie Simpson entertained a few friends at a candypulling St Valentine evening Misses Bessie and Frankye Doty have been the guests of Miss Mary Doty of Richmond Miss Annie Burke has returned to her home at Manse after a pleasant visit to Miss Eliza Rucker The many friends of Mrs R Zim mer are glad to hear of her improve ment in her recent illness The B Y P U will meet with Miss Bruce Pumnhrey next Friday night All members urged to be presentThe Games was handsome l I I Cincinnati I entertained I e Falconer Saturday Clubof O i J i p ooo ocooooo000 ALSO Hole fheat and Graham in 6 12 11 Sacks We also handle 0 Potts Brothers and Burnam Backers FINE FLOURSt 35 and Me MeBALLUUe i t i 1 y 1 I ly entertained Friday evening by Mr Harry Anderson at his pretty subur hnme Rev II N ialconer ni1 ty baby Margaret are expected this week for a visit to the family of Mr W B Mason Danville and Mrs H C Carlton were called to Mitchell burg Saturday by the serious illness of Mrs Carltons brother Mr J M Harbison Mrs George Ross of Birmingham Ala Mrs John Bates of Cummins ville Ohio and Mrs Joe McGill of Cincinnati arrived yesterday and are guests of Misses Martha and Sallie TillettMiss Fannie Doty was a charming hostess at a Valentine dinner Friday evening The following guests were present Misses Alice Walker Eliza beth Hudson Florence Burnside Christine Bradley Mary Gill Messrs John Walker of Stanford Branham Beazley Will and Marshall Denny Ed and Will Doty Richmond Register Miss Earl Che nault has gone to Phoenix Arizona to live with her brother David who goes there for his health Miss Che nault has many friends who regret to see her leave Richmond Dr C E Poyntz and Miss Jennie Parkes of Paint Lick attended the reception given by Mrs J M Poyntz Miss Bettie Anderson of this city quite a reputation as an art ist and her work was highly compli by the press of Lexington and Knoxville in wnich cities her and paintings have been exhib lied and sold Last week she made and sent to Knoxville a number of handsome valentines made of elegant mirrored velvet with leaves of poetry and gibson pictures which met with a ready sale at high prices Millions Put to Work The wonderful activity of the new century is shown by an enormous mand for the worlds best Dr Kings New Life Pills For Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Paint Lick 1m M Complicated Case Some time ago J D Royston who has charge of the stage line between Danville and Lancaster owned a horse that was not expected to see the light of another day When Mr Royston was due to start with the mail for Lancaster he called in William better known as Little Willie Baptist to conduct the funeral vices over the remains of the at its death which was looked for at any time Royston paid Canter the sum of fifty cents in advance for the job and left on his journey It did not take Willie long to discover that the animal was alive and had fine chances to do a great deal of good in the working world Accordingly he resurrected some old liniment and with this and a few strokes of his magic hand the horse was soon on the high road to recovery The animal got well and was claimed by Royston but Canter refused to return the horse and now Mr Royston is trying to re gain his resurrected property by law The horse can be seen every day on the streets doing work to a one horse wagon while his master and savior on the seat whistles the old familiar tune Things are not what they seem Danville Advocate B The State Senate Committee has agreed to report unfavorably the Capital Removal Bill and if the Senate concurs in the report it is an appropriation for a new cap is assured 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 a severe case of croup the 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 1m if 7c H AdvocateMr hasgained imented drawings deb Cos drug store serbu believed tol f had doctor Storm pan Wednesday Constipation Canter Nf Baron Q Ed Co c etc for ed Busies and Bargains Give trial on job work and timothy seed for sale by rey Rant line of neckwear Burnett Clover timothy and blue grass seed T Curreys V New stock fine violins and strings Thompson When an Old Hickory wagon Elmore Machine needles and oil at s Thompsons For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf Rebate stamps on cash at Conns X Lancaster Grocery Co Two small houses in iddlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone Wanted Dressed fowls for cash or T Curreys Rebate stamps at coal yard aiL If you want the best seed atthe least money go to T Currey Japalac makes old furniture1ook new In all colors Thompson If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavens coal yard19tf Romans are headquarters for all kinds of plow and wagon gear C Gaines Agt for Bell 500 books cheap for cash Thomp Handsome wash goods laces and embroideries Burnett Shugars Co Chicken feed for sale at Sons New lineof soft International shirts Best on earth Burnett Shugars Buy Potts Flour from your grocer he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf We keep a full line of Musical instruments and strings X Thompson Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey Do not fail stock of new buggies etc prices Can make it you Conn Our lOc counter is tieing filled each week with great bargains f Co yt Save telephone messages and express ordering cut flowers from Ed C Gaines New lot of fine violins guitars and banjos and all kinds of Thompson Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost H T Logan Harness bridles paddles blankets I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey You can fool some people on flour 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 painted china we with eachf cash purchase Lancaster Co For funeral and wedding decorating see Ed C Gaines agent All holding certificates in the Lex mgton Investment and Loan will bringsame to me for exchange new ones J C Thompsons Wanted furs Will pay extreme prices as high as Danville buyers H Northcott Best line of Hosiery and underwear markets afford Burnett Shugars Curreys is the place your groceries Age 40 years Wanted poultry Hens 6c Ducks Turkeys 6 to 7i Geese 35c to 40c B Northcott Potts flour is good because it is mill by people that know how and is extracted from A 1 wheat tf I will run my corn mill every and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leavel Romans Elmore will have more fine Buggies and phaetons than ever placed before Garrard county people t s All ds oP seeds at T r l S gars Co est cucumber pie I 7c p dozen Lancas r Grofery Co L c mans ork New garden e received t Home dried peach per Lancasf1 Grofery Co more To get flowers promptlv order from sonI 9Y Jmt get war La ster rocery I must go so m and get them C Carriage Shop I t t give Groc ry de igns tfilled the reliable house of T to r Su I w r 1 a CurreysT- CI You ant just a rip Ken I pound N r t see for string bows manufacturers AP- ply Association CoAt old buy Monday M v Seed and feed oats Garrard Grocery The best set of teeth in the world for 8750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf The price of hemp has put the price of hemp seed up and they are scarce and selling for 350 to 375 per bushel Standard granulated sugar 20 lbs for 1 Garrard Grocery Town Property A desirable cot tage with all necessary outbuildings and two acres of land Easy pay ments tf W J Romans Hemp Seed for Sale I have stored with Marksbury Son 150 bushels choice cultivated hemp seed nicely craned Call and see them J P Bourne Timothy and clover seed on hand at all times Garrard Grocery If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward W 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 Sanders Ward Lancaster potts flour lowest cash price Garrau Or0cerv For Good Work All those wanting foundation work builtshould call on the Sexton for first class work at reasonable rates W H Kinnaird Chmn Board of trustees The Board has ordered that no one but the Sexton shall do this work 11283m Nov The Time Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and neat We have the finest cheap est and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines stripes and florals We will do work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 2203m A full and complete line of fresh groceries at the Garrard Grocery Phone 77 Farm Property Insurance We are making a specialty of 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 your interest to see us before placing your insurance See Robt Kinnaird at National Bank J To THE PUBLIC I have purchased an interest in the firm of Burnett 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 Duncan late County Clerk I 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 I shall be glad to have you call and inspect our stock Very Respty O W Shugars Cash for country produce Garrard Grocery Hello28 Well Is this Conns 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 cutting box 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 any from bumble bee stinger to a engine so send in your work and dont wait Groceries tin and queensware at the Garrard Grocery Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or 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 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 a63mk Lexington Ky I I I P e For Sale Hob- son ink at the tapestries Ky1302mA Card intending- to r z end s insurance lightning Coat Furnishings buggies offering Eavorlte Nearly JEvorswIitre Constipation means dullness headache generally disordered health DeWitts Little Early Risers stimulate the liver open the bowels and relieve this condition Safe speedy and thorough They never gripe Favorite pills 1m Sow wild oats on the barren soil and they will grow as read ily as anywhere else 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 F D 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 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 1m Public lives cover private scandals The man who fools himself never fools anybody else 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 Isuf fered with the producing bleeding piles and could to help me ntil I used DeWitts Wild jrazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Beware of counterfeits When a very young man begins to know how much less he knows than he thinks he knows then he knows something that is really worth Good Advice The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspep sia and Liver complaint More than seventyfive per cent of the people in the United States are afllicted 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 yourDruggist and get a bottle of August Flower for 75 cents Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormes drug store Gm Any man can think as he likes but it isnt always policy to put his thoughts into words A Legacy or The Grip Is often a rundown system Weak ness nervousness lack of appetite en ergy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regu lator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys have proved that they won derfully strengthen the nerves build up the system restore to health and good spiritsafter an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only 50c Per fect satisfaction guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m The man who knows it all is a fit companion for the woman who knows nothing A Fine Farm For Sale One hundred and thirtyfive acres 125 acres in cultivation good hemp and tobacco land fine orchard fruits of all kinds bran new house of seven rooms good well and barn large enough to hold ten acres of tobacco all out buildings This is a fine farm to make money This land is in Gar rard county Ky lying on the waters of the Kentucky river one mile from church and school house onehalf mile from post office at store two miles above Lock No 8 Terms easy F N Folger Stone Ky Others May Come and Others May Go But We Go On Forever 1 t c I depression there like J knowing I 6 most fit thing and Our shop has just been refur nished thro out and with the cleanest of towels sharpest ra zors polite attention and years of experience we are ready to give you the best shave hair cut or shampoo in town HENRY DUNCAN Hotel Bldg I The 01dRellable i j I desire to close out the large stock of i HARDWARE SADDLES 1 HARNESS PLOWS WAGONS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS of J M Higginbotham decd within the next SOdaysfor CASH I at actual WHOLESALE COST Nothing reserved Nearly all new spring 1 goods just received in the house and a igreat deal not unpacked No such op f portunity as this to secure GOODS cheap has been before offered to buyers here and may never again j EVERYTHING GOES I G T HMMBOTIIAJI Adv I O S O S O S O S 3 O S O S 01493 I The National Bankt OF LANCASTER KY 0 S CAPITAL 5OOOO S 0f A R DEXXY President JIIBPLUS 10000 JOHX E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird 0 S O O S S C S O S S O I CLOSING OUT AT COT t t FIRST CLASS it 0 1L O OCOO p o 0 a a o a a o 0 a 2 0 OG000 Page Wire Fence Page Fence Must be Made of PAGE WIRE I have just received a full of this Celebrated Fence and you will will call on you J T Leavell Lancaster Ky S BEAZUGY DENTISTTe- eth extracted without pain With Vitalized Air Office in Building Danville street ite Presbyterian church car load buying W fiAtthe Bookout oppo LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J M Higginbotham Lewis Y Leavell Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold ROBINS OS W O RIGNEY IB F OC00000v 0000v t JB E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Insure with the New York Life Insurance C- o5s and the Continental Fire Insurance Co 6 B SwinebroadAgt w MONUMENTS Good work at moderate prices Before your 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 We will appreciate your trade Shop at old Telephone office Stanford street JAS I WHITE Propf Jno Harwood Shop Mgr monumentalwork quality Monuments w Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR- All business promptly attended to Attorney at law Real Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of yaluable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms JOHN T JOHNSTON L F HUBBLE LISTEN PLEASE My accounts are now PAST DUE and I must have every cent to me I want to be compelled DUN YOU But J need the money and must have it This means YOU if you owe me I have waited patiently and must have what you owe to meet my own obigations SALLIE D TILLETT 8 m 8 m li 8 1 don t tom 1 i i 4 rw i astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again vith mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and vapors which should pass off through the skin are v thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin i p S producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus 5 much of is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears No remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the mucous membranes become healthy and the skin J active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap pear and a permanent thorough cure is effected S S S being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not derange the Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga CATAThe treatment of Catarrh antiseptic and i cIgarettes or any externalor local application t s d1t purebloodt8 W I RAH r with rand 3 NGliS Theodore Roosevelt Jr is rapidly Dr Jason Cox said to be 107 years old died at his home in Wolfe county A thirteenjearold girl was married to a nineteenyearold youth in Green up county J A Johnson com mitted suicide because of a scroff at his joining the church The House at Frankfort by a rising vote accepted the invitation to attend the Louisville Commercial Club ban quent February 21 The San Francisco Call says the four big expess companies the Adams United States American an XjrVls Fargo may soon be uv yedl Bill i3ooJj a harmless negro was JHYuTtiered by three men at Fulton The City Council has offered a re vird of 200 for the conviction of the guilty persons Mormons are making an effort to gain a foothold in Denmark which has furnished many converts some of whom are now returning as mission aries Chicago firemen heroically rescued six apparently asphyxiated persons from a burning hospital only to find that the dodies were cadavers for dis section Folcys Honey and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough contains no opiates and cures quickly Care Sal mothers keep it in the house Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m Tobacco growers of the sixth con gressional district are taking steps to form an association to light the trust A convention will be held at Carroll ton March 4th 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 Some unknown person without has started an endless chain scheme for securing money for the Me Kinley monument fund and the Committee is being deluged with dimes Ninetyfour years ago last Abraham Lincoln was born near Hodgenvllle ICy and only a few months earlier Jefferson Davis was born at Fairview Todd county Ky the places of their being separated by a distance of less than seventyfive miles Lee Turner has sold the site of the Quarter House and will go into at Lafollette Tenn and it is thought the trouble in Bell county is therefore over Sheriff Howard says if Turner at whose resort the battle was fought Wednesday to Kentucky from Tennessee he will be arrested if it takes a thousand Mr Wlieeler Got Rid of Ills Rheumatism Buriner the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints in fact all over my body that I could 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 ly all the Wheeler N Y For sale by E E McRoberts druggist It always spoils a womans ot her swell dinner if her hus band insists on calling the dishes by their English names Seven m of WomenCHARACTER UALITY ageUntilcharacter is matured and After few chances occur In the real person yet a cessation of Jn habit estab causes a If Iff of the system Ifllll that taxes the strongestconstitution Inmost cases the Change of in a healthy wo man whenpassed seems to endow her with a new lease of life but in others where the seeds of disease have been the gives them increased activity and they appear In more aggravated form BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR is the medicine that put the menstrual organs in a perfectly natural state all those years from of age At this period of trual cessation it regulates and tones the sys t c nT A treatise on women FREE Send address TIE BKiBfUU IMCI1TH M ITUITl U I I rG N C C C ccooooccooooc ooo oCT authority Memorial Wednesday business desperate returns men yearR enjoyment All The first seven are Infancy the second childhood the third fourth fully that a lished disturbance i 0 J t recovering t being xed- p in girlhood men tern Sold for 100 a bottle J S Neva Simmons a trotting mare was sold at Lexington Monday for 13200 Victor Lear sold his crop of tobacco pounds to Anderson Jenkins for GJc Black Cap Judy an AberdeenAn gus heifer was suld at auction at Chi cago for SG300 a record price Thos Henry Clay of Bourbon has sold to Green Lyman of Montgom ery 1000 lambs at 5 cents straight middle of June delivery f Henry county tobacco growers have petitioned the Legislature to defeat passage of the bill preventing the use of Paris green to destroy tobacco wormsSimon Ochs reports tIle lossofagood pair of young mules last week and thinks the animals were killed by or ergot on the fodder Spencer CourierIt ill wind that blows nobody good The recent sleet which broke the trees so badly provided abundant supplies of brush for the burning of tobacco beds WZ Thomas of Fayette county sold 135000 pounds of tobacco to the Continental Co at 9 cents except one tenants crop at 8 cents total value exceeding 811000 Look over the seed potatoes and every one that shows the smyptoms of disease A single diseased tuber may cause disease to spread among the whole At Kansas City at the Hereford auction sale T F B Cotham of Chilicothe Mo sold the thoroughbred bull Good Cross to S II Codman of Wabash Ind for 3995 When the farmer is too busy to look after the manure heap he suffers loss from fire tanging of the material or loses valuable plant foop by leaching in winter Dr S II Halley of Paynes Depot vicinity sold 40000 pounds of tobacco to a Midway buyer at 880 Dr W T Risque sold 14000 to same at 7 Mr W F Hall sold 12000 pounds to a Cin cinnati party at 775 Georgetown Times Quite a number of farmers in Pen dleton county have had many horses to die from a strange afiliction The ailment is a peculiar type of brain trouble and proves fatal within an hour or two What produces the trouble has thus far baflled all investi gallon Falmouth Pendletonian The AberdeenAngus bull Prince Ito owned by M A Judy of Will iamsport Ind was sold at auction in Chicago to B P Pierce Son 111 and brought the record price of 9100 The highest price for an Angus bull ever realized in the ring before was 3050 The Herefords made the previous highest record in twenty years with the bull which brought 9000 The man who annually announces the death of the peach crop in has taken his pen in hand a lit tie early this year but in this day of wireless telegraphy and horseless car riages it behooves even the pessimist to get a move on himself Of course the peach crop is killed and killed dead as a herring Did anybody ever hear of a time when the peach crop was not dead in January Glasgow TimesThe Louisville Leaf Tobacco has taken steps for stopping the practice of dressing up tobacco samples which some of the are said to follow The plan is to require inspectors not to sample tobacco too far in advance of sale and to require one inspector to in the warehouse where the sale is to be made until the sale begins Word comes from New Orleans that the agents of the British Government in this county have received orders to cease the purchase of mules at least for the present The reason given is that the dealers have advanced the price of the sorts wanted from 100 to per head It is further related that if the venders persist in asking the increased price the British agents will go to South Africa for the mules now needed for their army uses According to a mule dealer the de mand for cotton mules in both the Carolinas will this season be of the poorest description Last fall so much rain Sell that the cotton and other crops were not gathered in good shape and there is not much money among 330 the fungus remove slightest cattle Cres- ton Perfection Kentucky Exchange ware- housemen 11 r I 7 81 remain f the planters to spend for any purpose this year while among the renters poorer classes of agriculturists condi tlons are very bud indeed The same dealer made a tour Georgia and says in that State things are much better and that the demand ought to be of the usual volume from this time on if the high price of feed does not interfere and he thought from what local dealers said to him that the stock would be needed feed or no feed The Department of Agriculture timates the average yield per acre of wheat in the United States in 1901 at 148 bushels as compared with 123 bushels in 1889 15 3 bushels in 18J8 and 133 bushels the mean of the aver age of the last ten years The newly seeded area of winter wheat is provis ionally estimated at 32000000 acres an increase of oG per cent upon the area estimated to have been sown in the fall of 1100 The department has no reports as to the condition of wheat later than December At that date it was 8G7 per cent of the normal as compared with 97 in 1900 901 in 1899 and 92 G in 1898 The farmer who began the new year with the intention of reducing will find many opportunities for so doing and will also be surprised at the end of the year at the many avenues for allowing loss One cause of loss is the neglect of the farm wagons and implements An account kept of the cost of repairs will show that quite a large sum goes in that direction much of which could be saved The use of more oil on tools and keeping sharp and in the best condition for use will save labor which is an item that must animals bowcv cause more loss than anythh g eise and the farmer should begin the new year with sutlicient courage to thin out the flocks and herds so as to retain only the best and most profitable Soimthinjc That Do You Good We know of no way in which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something thao will be of real good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what consider one of the very best 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 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 Mes senger For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Value of Our Timber A writer in the Elizabethtown News cans attention to the laxity of farmers in looking after the importance of their timber interests and offers some valuable suggestions He says The farmers as a class are more frequent ly and outrageously imposed upon than any people on the face of the globe This in many instances may be their own fault and in certain sense it is rjjiiey are equally as intelligent as any other class it is true but under the mistaken idea that a man cannot farm and at the same time keep himself posted as to what is going on in this hustling bustling world they put themselves in shape to be victimized by every shark and sharper that comes around Take for instance the matter of timber Before the days of rail roads telegraphs telephones and etc the earth was darkened with it and happy was he who had the time and means to relieve himself of what was indeed an obstacle in his path The only purposes to which it could be de voted was to enclose his farm and fur nish himself and family fuel But as time passed a slow but wen defined and easily recognized change took place That which once possessed a value determined by the very few uses to which it could be applied almost fabulously valuable by reason of the multiplication of uses to which it could be devoted and hence the demand for it grew in portion But not withstanding the prominence rf this fact numbers upon numbers of timber owners have the timber sharps to work them out of their property and to day they havent timber enough upon their farms to keep their very fences in Where once stood stately poplars sturdy oaks hichories chestnuts and etc we find only worn out fields covered with straw briar broom sage interspersed with numberless gulleys and washes the land practically value less These be indeed sad monuments to the want of foresight and business judgment of these land holders of the past and yet we see farmers of to day pursuing this selfsame and suicidal course The history of Germany and other foreign countries is being repeated here The time was timber supply was thought to be limitless and yet to day we learn from those who have been in to know that one can travel for days and be unable to find so much as a riding switch Do not misunder stand me I would not have you think that I would not have you sell your timber but I do insist that when you conclude to do so that you do not part with it for a song and do most of the singing yourself The very fact that certain parties and invariably are so anxious to get control of your timber ought to be sufficient to put you on the inquiry Ponder therefore the factshere submitted and act for your own interests and those of your neighbors j I aud- I I I hat winter expenses Ill remedies croupCamden simuJar pro suffered repair shortsighted whenthe position strangers b w jr IcetV became c i superstitious Kentucky attributes some of our most venerated ones to negro origin We white folks believe in most of these ourselves and doubtless in slave days whipped the negro into our way of thinking remarks an exchange We all know that peppers must be planted by a hottempered woman that jay birds are never seen on Friday that the ground hogs doings on the second of February determines the weather for the next six weeks that if you carry a hoe or shovel into the house some of the inmates will be sure to die These we swear by and we will fight for our universal belief in the practice of planting potatoes in the dark of the moon Theres not one man in every twenty but who carries a luck piece of some kind He may say he is not supeistitious hut he safely guards his charm and never ventures from home without it by his side So much has been published of late in regard to the above stuff that we reproduce the following from the pen of genial Jlarry Giovanolli who writes from Washington to the Danville Ad yocate Congress is excited or appears to present over the Oleomargarine Bill Speech after speech has been made and the end is not yet although the vote is expected by the last of the week The proposition is to place a tax of ten cents a pound on all which is colored in of butter notwithstanding package may ijmrit vab it is To a man up a tree it would seem that if a freeborn Amex can citizen is willing to eat instead of butter he should have the privilege of doing so without having to pay a tax of ten cents a pound extra The advocates of the tax contend that oleomargarine comes into direct competition with the milkman the dairyman and the farmer scattered throughout the land and that it keeps down the price of butter and there fore it should be heavily taxed or else simply ruin the farmer Those who oppose the bill insist thai it is not the farmer who is injured by the oleo margarine factory but to rich dairy trust In other word as Congress man Cowhead put it it is not the far mer who works the farm but the farmer who works the farmer who is anxious to get this heavy tax put upon another article of the poor mans table This scheme carried to a logical conclusion might result in a tax on pretzels in favor of uneeda or a duty on hot weinies in order to better protect straight hot sausage But there is a Congressional election to be held this fall Dyspepsia Digests what you eat PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL It was discovered quite by accident that a society youth in Osage Citj carries a plug of tobacco on watch chain in the absence of i watchA in N Y vvrott to Mrs Hetty Green and told her h laughterreplied by sending a toy saving to her namesake- A Horton titan and his wife signed articles of separation at half past eight oclock one evening in a law office and by 11 oclock thej had made up and were living to gether It cost them about 10 Horton Ian Headlight A mining operator in Alpine Col who lads only the cash to make a great strike has this advertisement in a local paper If J have a right to sell my burly when it becomes a corpse 1 am in the market for any body desiring such investment My body will make a good skeleton The Green Bag tells of a lawyer who was about to furnish a hilt of costs I hope said the client who was a baker that you will make it as light as possible Ah said the lawyer you might perhaps say that to the foreman of your establish ment but that is not the way I male jny bread Sir Thomas Lipton hardly stands for so prominent a representative of British sport as Lord Lonsdale The In tier owns the finest pack of hounds in England is a splendid boxer rides and drives to perfection and has earned fame as a yachtsman hunter nnd explorer He is also patron of 40 church livings Philadelphia Times Tr Daniel Freeman of Gage coun ty Neb is known as the first of the nation lie is living on the first farm the United Slates government gave away under the homestead act His home is on Cub creek about five miles west of Be His original entry of 150 acres has expanded until now it is a fling nificent farm 1200 acres wen stocked with the best of buildings and modern machinery Senator Burton was authorized by President Itoosevelt recently to find a Baptist preacher who would make a good army chaplain The senator turned the matter over to Iris friend John H Mul vane Baptist The pa pers got hold of it and advertised that Mr Mulvane was looking for a Baptist preacher suitable for the place Up to date it is satil he has got 9SG applications by mail while several score have called upon him in person The best possible disposition that can be made of the melons squash and cucumber vines is to pull them up and when dry pile and burn them Left upon the ground they the shelter and breeding place of the next years crop of beetles and their value for manure will way compensate for the damage accruing left upon the pound Better at tend to It at once Rural New Yorker u 4 prevalent beat oleomargarine imitation tlH oleomargarine biscuit Kodol Cure For lmm ban yes homes f 1I1cr nt rice f andequipped a Destroy the Vines Now become inn i i F r Pr OLOMARGAIINJt twill hit sufficiently f S 5 r lino This wondertil mjdcine pssn ure Cor Bronchitis C ifcuj t everPieur j i Jr c rloirjtSore Throat Gcg T hc ough NO CURS J3OFAYC trice BOo f1 T1 si TTV The price of liberty is eternal but the cost of repairs is extra WEAK AXI LOW spIKITKD A Correspondent Tins Describe KXITl IIC Can heartily recommend FTerhine as a medecine of remarkable etlicacy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitation drowsiness after meals with dis tressing mental depiessions and low spirits Herbine must be a unique preparation for cases such as mine for a few lOSeS entirely removed my 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 1m think themselves wise and drunken men think themselves sober German Syrup is the Prescrip r T T cuee 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 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 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 1SGS and is now sold in every town and in the civilized world Three doses will reliee any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Al Stormes drug store Gm It is better to be wrong at the right time than right at the wrong time Cured Consumption Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan wiites 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 3100 bottle at McRobers 1m A Castle for n Ferret Ferrets must have been held in high esteem in Ireland in the olden times One of the oldest castles in the green isle with the manor attached to it passed from its owner through bor rowing a ferret Kilbrittain castle in County Cork was built in the year 1035 and was the property of the De Coureys lords of Kinsale The Mc Carthys became possessed of Kilbrit tain through one of the Dc having borrowed rf white ferret from them giving as security for the ani mals safe return a lien on the castle and lands of Kilbrittain The ferret died or was lost and McCarthy claimed the estate Chicago Daily News The Satisfactory Life Life has to have a basis deeper than pleasure seeking mere gratification to be at all satisfactory There have to be real aims of a higher sort some good for others and earnestly pursued or we do not reach the happy life The deceitfulness of riches is the corrupting power of wealtht the deterioration of character that often goes or comes with great possessions Eev Dr Utter I mORJJ f7 t fnLnVt J L k J vigilance headache complaint Young men III A Good H removing giving satisfaction introduced villa e man 1C ta R E Courc s including these ivw i l Ills 5 Tlririg 405 VR4VRNAL 2 TIMES A WEEK 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURXAL is the best paper published in the United States for Democrats and for SemiWeeklies or Weeklies HENRY WATTEKSON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET TIlE CENTRAL RECORD TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Both One Year for Only 1 5 O This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this offer must be sent through the RECORD office manyDailies AXD THE combination LOCAL 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