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RECORDTHIRTEENTH YEn LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AFTERNOON NOV 7 1902 XVMMXR 99 h THE CENTRALHLjItems of Local InterestI J The old float fared hard this elec tion A few nice fish have been caught Dix river recently The City Council did little of con sequence Monday night Spare ribs and backbones are ripe and the crop is unusually fine The supply of coal is good and every one is prepared for Judge Saulley spoke at Paint Lick and lIon Robert Harding at Bryants vine Saturday afternoon Rev J E Wolford will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning evening Sunday school at half nine oclock also The hickory nut crop was unusually large the urchins have a good supply laid by The wanut crop large Henry Duncan has moved his shop into the room just below TIlE RECORD ollice door lIes fixing up in style is prepared for highclass work Senator G T Farris is in Ohio business and being unable to be here at the election he sent some funds be used in Gilberts campaign lie al ways keeps up his end of the rope Information was received here yes terday of the death of Morgan Sutton at Colorado Springs lie was killed by a train He formerly resided in Garrard and the remans will probably be brought here for burial It Could be Stopped Notwithstanding the fact that there is a severe law against it the hunters have been killing quail right along for some time If a few fellows were a big tine it would stop this It is the duty of every lawloving citizen to report such matters and if you see a man killing quail you should not hesitate to tell the authorities You then show your respect for law oy helping the ollicials enforce it GOCM to Oklahoma Rev Ira Parton and family left Monday for Mangum Oklahoma where they will make their future home Bro Parton has been in Garrard coun ty for several years and is held in the highest esteem by our people We cheerfully recommend him as an lion est Christian gentleman and wish him unbounded success in his new Held Will Ferguson Hurt Last Saturday Col W S Fergu son took a tumble into Dix river that came near resulting seriously He had just landed a big jumper and climbed back out on a limb which extended over the river We presume the catch tug of the big fish caused him to swell up considerably as the limb broke when he returned to it His shoulder was dislocated and other bruises re ceived which cause much pain but the landing of that big fish has gone a long way toward aleviating the suf fering and we trust our clever friend ill soon entirely recover from his Jumble Death of Prof Randolph After a lingering illness the Rev Dr J C Randolph died at the home of his daughter Mrs Sprague in Lou isville Saturday morning Dr Ran dolph had been in had health for some time and was forced to give up his pulpit at Peewee Valley on this ac count some time ago For many years he was pastor of the Lancaster Pres byterian church and many of our people were devoted to him He was one of the foremost preachers in the Presbyterian church and a man of ex ceptionally fine intellect and knowl edge The remains were burled at Danville Monday many Lancaster people attending the services About the Railroad Yes the above is quite a familiar read to readers of TIlE RECORD but believe we could publish any thing that is of more interest to the Garrard county people While definite has been given out by the railway officials yet little inklins gathered here and there justify us in saying that the matter is at a head and that it is only a very short time until work on the Garrard route will be commenced As we have been say ing for the past three years Danville is not in it and never has been Rail road people look at every point before building a line and there are so many reasons why our line is the best we believe the officials have ever con the other seriously Many of these reasons have been set out in these columns from time to time and our continual talk on the subject has brought forth much unfavorable comment on THE RECORD But we will come out victorious and no sleep will be lost over that Without going into details we will say that we firm ly believe that before another week passes the engineers will be making a final or locating line from Burgin into Lancaster Recent developments war rant this belief and we havent the lightest doubt of toe outcome in most and past is also and on to taxed we dont nothing nt dered s 1 a t winters i f is I I h d Y u F i i i I a Ed Gaines sold to Foley of county 85 bushels of clover seed a 475 per bushel Property Sold Sam Totten has sold his resident on Crab Orchard street to Lee Hagan price 1400 Mr Totten and wife remove to Illinois in a few days is a good citizen the kind we disliki to lose Moved to Paint Lick Winchester Joe Bos ley formerly of this city will move from Union City Madison county to Paint Lick to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dr Poyntz who was shot and killed last week Ad McDonald the electric light man has been forced to lay off for weeks on account of illness Faith ful old Wes Zanone is running the plant at night and the mill engines through the day thus putting much work on him VIlISliov at Kirkxyille WII Harris minstrels will show at Kirksville next Saturday night has a good show which has been not only in Lancaster but in many neighboring towns and all pronounce t a clean uptodate performance Cat Praise Mimi With liiftircuiciitg A dispatch says the Rev Dr J W McGarvey president of the Bible of Kentucky Lexington with his wife withdrew from the Broadway Christian church which he founded because the congregation contrary to his views voted for installing an organ Clever Take Elected His many friends congratulate Jacob Joseph upon his reelection to the City Council Tuesday Mr Jo seph was appointed last year when J C Thompson refused to qualify and this election is to complete the term Mr Joseph will cartainly do what he believes to be right and the town is fortunate in securing his services A Fume Player Leslie Anderson a Lancaster boy has been doing some fine playing on tins Central University football team and has attracted much attention lovers of that sport While he takes great interest in the team yet he does not let it interfere with his studies and unlike most athletes is putting in his hardest work on his books No Action Watt Taken The Democratic District Committee called together at Danville to consid er petitions for a primary which peti tions have been circulated throughout this judicial district took no definite action in the matter Petitions bear ing an aggregate of 2191 signatures from Boyle Garrard Mercer and Lln coln counties were presented The motion was adopted to refer the peti tions for the present to the chairman of the County Committee and to meet in Danville November 10 for decisive action Much interest was taken in the meeting by politicians of the dis trict many of whom were in the city during the committees sessions LIzey Leaves Eliza Reed one of the most notori ous and meanest negroes on the Chute was up before Judge Ford the other day upon the usual charge trying to exterminate some denizen of the no torious Battle Row She has served a term in the penitentiary for some such deviltry and His Honor having become tired of her capers assessed a big fine and told Lizey he would sus pend judgment four hours in order that she may get out of town and she got The fine is large enough and we congratulate Judge Ford upon this step to get rid of her Judge Ford is giving a splendid administration and careful study to the countys welfare Practically UiiuiilmoiiH As stated in last issue the City Council while feeling perfectly safe ahead with the waterworks on old vote thought it best to make matters doubly sure so ordered vote on the question The result of the vote shows conclusively that Lan has shaken off mossbackism and for push and progress The vote re suIted 236 for and only 15 against the proposition This authorizes the Council to incur an indebtedness by the issue and sale of bonds in the sum of twenty four thousand for the purpose of erecting and maintaining a system of water works and levying a tax each year at a rate iuOicient to pay the interest not ex ceeding five per cent per annum said indebtedness and eight hun dred dollars each year for the a sinking fund for the payment and final redemption of the bonds As our readers are aware an artesian well is being drilled and those in charge are sanguin of success but if this proves a failure the Council will at once put in the system by going to the river for water So it is finally settled beyond question that Lancaster will have a irstclass system of waterworks and at no distant day The old town coming and no mistake this will I lIe DemocratDr among the gives the caster is dollars upon creation- of that is several lien College clever ingoing another total 1 i r rj t Fox the photographer Friday Dont forget Fox the photographer will be here Friday The J J Walker sale was largely at tended Wednesday and everythin brought good prices The Christian Endeavor will meet a court house Sunday evening at 630 Ilemphill will lead Work on the Christian church is pro grossing rapidly but services will in the court house until furthe notice Take advantage of the pretty and have your pictures while artist comes He be here Friday For the third consecutive year this ollice has been given the job of print ing the minutes of the Totes Creel Baptist Association The committee says they have never been butte pleased than with our work Bob Hughes Success Mr R E Hughes of this city been elected permanent secretary the Kentucky Exhibit Association at the St Louis Worlds Fair Mr Hughes is a deserving young man and the honor is well merited HoiiIliis Tournament There will be a Bowling Contest at the Lancaster Alleys on Friday night Nov 7th between the best players of Danville and Lancaster Play called at 7 oclock Admission adults locts children lOcts Isdies free Plenty comfortable seats Ed Walton 111 It is with great pleasure that we note improvement in the condition of Mr E C Walton editor of the Stan ford Journal For two weeks he has been confined to his bed Ed is the hardest working fellow we know and the truth of the matter is he has more than two mens work on his shoulders There is no more popular man in the state nor one more de serving of success to be Taken oil Railroad men who ought to know tell us that our present night trains Xos 4 and 5 will be taken off next Sunday night and run to Livingston as formerly This is a sad blow to Lancaster sure but the new service to be put on will not be bad by any means The present mixed day trains will run as usual and a new passenger train will leave Rowland about 5 am pass Lancaster at 530 and reach Cin cinnati at 10 oclock This train will leave Cincinnati at 2 p m and pass Lancaster at about 730 or 8 p This will give us a good mail service and a connection at Winchester with a through train putting you into Louis ville at 10 a m You can leave at 2 pm over the L and N to Lexington and male close connection at Winchester with the new train for Lancaster reaching here at 730 or 8 p m This will give you four hours in Cincinnati or Louisville We under stand the trains will not run on Sun day which will knock out the mail we now receive The trains now running lose an hours time by coming around by Lancaster and this hour counts on a through run like that The present arrangement gives Lancaster the best mail and express service in Central Kentucky and to lose it means much to our people We sincerely trust this rumor is untrue but it looks like a sure thing Loves Ills Native Heath We had the pleasure of traveling from Winchester to Richmond the other evening with lIon John W Yerkes who was coming to the latter city to make a speech Mr Yerkes says that while lie has the pleasure of being with and meeting many of the finest and best men in the country and the social features of Washington are all one could desire yet it is not old Kentuoky I would not give one drive out the Lancaster pike from Danville for all the parks in Wash ington The latter are beautiful I admit yet when I drive out the old Dix river pike and see here where I once killed a squirrel there where I once attended a country dance or there is where I once landed a big jumper it gives me more genuine pleasure than all the public parks brilliant reception halls or public en tertainments I can meet my good oldtime friends in Lancaster and en joy it in every sense of the word I would rather spend one afternoon in the back room of the bank at Dan ville and hear Will Price Henry San difer Jno Quissenberry Col Jacobs and others tell fish yarns than to dine with the Prince of Wales Mr Yer kes has many questions of the importance to decide and every morning is given to hearing argu ments by the most noted lawyers of the land His decisions involve thou sands of dollars and these require the most careful and diligent study We have always been a strong admirer of Mr Yerkes and the fact that his ad ministration has given perfect satis faction to all and no complaint ever been raised is a source of great to his legion of friends in Kentucky He is one of the few men in politics whose hands are untarnish ed and if all public officials would use their power as does is for the betterment of the service and not al together the party the government would be more perfect and there would be less complaint of political jobbery Theo beheld weather made Foxthe will has of good Trams in greatest hethat e Miss Louisville gratification r t iSew furnaces are being placed ii the Baptist church and the interio of the building papered and painted A new carpet will also be installed The Ladies Aid Society of church will have an ex change at the post otlice the day be fore Thanksgiving Everything nec essary good dinner All order promptly tilled N Helped By A Noble Man A Kansas City paper tells of the bonds on the Fifth Presbyterian church in that city and speaks of noble work done toward raising time funds by the late Dr J L McKee die more work of this kind than any the state and truly his works will live after him Two negro boys while pranking threw a stone through one of the Citi zens National Bank windows this morning This is the second glass broken in this building in this manner within two weeks There is a law against throwing any stone ball or other substances on the streets Fine Service By 530 Tuesday the Bastin tele phone company had completed returns from Garrard county and was the first in the state to report to Louis ville We have the best telephone system in the state and when anyone comes talking about letting in com petition tell em we believe in letting good enough alone Theres only en ough busines to justify one company so why cripple both by granting franchise Such a proposition is rot This is truly a case where the stranger should be given the cold shoulder Dud Conduct Some of the urchins became too de structive Friday night and did seri ous damage to property in several places Some gates were torn down and badly broken costing the owners some money for repairs It was to move signs ring door bells and so on but destroying a mans property is most too much of a good thing II M Ballous gate was com pletely demolished and several others badly broken This was done by boys about ten or twelve years of age who have not quite reached the most brili iant period of life eighteen to twenty two At the latter age they know more than at any other period of their existence Wo Bury the Hatchet As it is about settled that gets the railroad we want to say that while we may have in the heat of debate said things about neighbors that perhaps should not have been uttered that we meant no harm and if we said anything we are sorry for we are glad of it THE REC OUD has never uttered an unkind word only in answer to some thrust at or the Garrard county people If Lancaster or Garrard county is sneered at you can wager your grand mas preserves we are going to be heard from Nowif we have wounded any ones feelings send them in and we will bathe them in artesian well water and throw in a swig ot blind ti ger whisky so heres a final apology for anything amiss and we trust that little Lancaster paper will not be hooted at in the future when it dares to express an opinion upon a small matter like the building of a railroad Back To Friday For several reasons satisfactory to ourselves the date of publication of TIlE RECORD will be changed to Fri day afternoon This will give ample time to reach the post offices out in the county by Saturday morning and enable us to prepare more matter for the issue Our correspondents will please bear in mind however that we must have their copy at the usual time We are never satisfied with what we send out and this is a good way to feel for when a man begins to think he is perfection thats the time he is the most complete fail ure We want to give you a clean lo cal paper and every effort is being bent to that end Under the present arrangement an ox has frequently fal len in the ditch on Sunday and we dont work on the Sabbath if the whole drove of cattle tumble in A Tame Election We have never seen so quiet an elec tion as was held here Tuesday Had it tot been for the tents in the Park there would have been nothing to re mind of it There was no money so the agents and floaters alike were on short grazing In less time than it takes to tell it the vote was counted and everyone away from the polling places When influence brought to bear Garrard goes by a small margin and while the full vote was not polled Tuesday the following shows about how thecounty stands when no money is used r r ei ifSumrall o zStr I the for a last the another our good Lancaster doubtless proposeto n o i s republican I L C O IGilbert NI Christian minister in alright Lancaster n cnnco e ow o 1 Wheat i DrIlls 0 oLsold J R Haselaen Superior o gui nv- o FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY co We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0 8 6 Life insurance policies bought 0 4 for cash or loaned on for sums of and upward o f 500 04040404040404040404 0 0 0Q 04000 LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER OUR FALL AND WINTER LINES ARE And never have we uttered the word Complete with a deeper meaning You will find in our store the largest and most complete assortment of merchandise we have ever shown New things in plain and fancy Wool Dress Fabrics both in colors and blacks Black and colored Silks plain and corded Velvets Fancy Waistings Handsome line of Dress Trimmings and large assortment of Domestic Dry Goods Blankets and Comforts Underwear Hosiery large line of Ladies Cloaks and Readytowear Skirts Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of all grades Handsome Line of Millinery Hats of all grades and kinds made to order on short noticeFull Line of Gentlemens Wear Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Furnishing Goods for men and boys Ourprices are so Low they Need No Calling Down The crowds of people always in our store afford the best proof of our leadership in value giving E crybody invited to inspect our large stock LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER H The Talk of the Town ii o tt000000000000000 X00000000000 00 00000g0o0oO0OO0oO0te 0Q e p 0 0 0 0 0 0 e Everybody is talking about em speaking words of praise only for their splendid fitting looking and wearing qualities The tailors are wondering how we do it Their customers are satisfied that we do do it The business man the pro fessional man the salesman the society man the workingman all are daily becoming friends store and wearing the good clothes we sell UNDERWEAR If you want a certain colorplain or stripped Weve Got It If you want alight medium or weight Weve Got It If you want cotton marino all wool in fleece lined or ribbed garments Weve Got It If you want at 250 to 2 the garment Weve Got It o 0 o o o o o o o ofour o 2 o t 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Q 0 0 hea- vY underwear Are the Suits and Overcoats We Sell SINGE or DOUBLE BREASTED Suits Over coats for cold rain or shine I 0 2 2 o 0 oa 00 a a Of the best materials that it is possible to obtain at prices not e qualed in the city to suit ers Suits 5 750 850 10 1250 15 and 18 Overcoats 4 5 750 10 1250 15 and 18 allwear 4 The One Price Clothier Z o B T GA N I 12 I I I I It 1IIJtJJtJtf n Lt u I e 0 TO ooooo o io oooaI DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE HIf 1 ffiJJltlilH m1J ij liffiJImjJm I E SURRIES tiJQM BUGGIES il- m PDlETONS If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can buy and at prices that absolutely defy and knock out competition Any kind or pattern you desire and we cordially invite you to call and see the immense stock we are showing We also handle and keep constantly in stock a complete line of The Celebrated Old Hickory Wagons all sizes every one fully warranted 13 w 9 WAGON GEAR BREECHING TItSCE3 COLLARS 8c ROMANS ELMOREii CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SccondClast Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Nov 7 1902 The election Tuesday was decidedly Republican all over the country save in Kentucky Odell carries SewYork and Republicans are victorious in Pennsylvania Ohio Massachusetts California Illinois Michigan Indi ana Washington Montana Utah and nearly every other State holding elec tions The Kentucky Democrats scored a great victory The four Dem ocratic nominees for Appellate Judge were elected by large majorities and the Democrats elected ten of the Congressmen and reduced the ma jority of Representative Boreing in the Eleventh district In Louisville the majorities exceed those of previ ous years in every instance where there was anything like a tight by the Republican candidates Both sides are claiming Congress the Democrats by 12 and the Republicans by 26 WE sincerely trust the newspaper boys will make arrengements to the business session of the Press Association to be held in Louisville in January The papers of the state will never accomplish much unless there is a pull altogether The well established papers can if they work together bring about many things that would not only benefit the craft but benefit the communities in which they are published This meeting will be no pleasure jaunt there will be no red lemonade and toy balloons but business and business only will be by the most substantial and experienced newspaper men of the state A LOUISVILLE man offered 250 re ward for each and every person of election frauds That man is made of the right metal He has the money and is willing to spend it to see right prevail He is to be con gratulated upon his public spirited ness and love of law but how about a community in which it is necessary to offer rewards to have the law obeyed Its pretty bad indeed A LOUISVILLE paper says a good clean republican paper is needed in Kentucky Well whats the matter with the Lexington Leader No man can find fault with Sam Roberts pa per and no man can say it indulges in the usual mudslinging that some pa pers stoop to Both democrats and republicans know this is so and dont hesitate to say it THE reelection of Mr George Gil bert is a deserving testimonial of his splendid worth as a public servant He is well balanced never runs off on mouse tracks and is going to do what he believes to be right We are proud to claim Mr Gilbert as a personal friend and congratulate him upon his splendid victory AND now comes the startling report that John A Morgan a prominent pol itician of Virginia killed himself for harmonys sake This is the right attend eleven r discussed convicted view for the average politician to take If ninetenths of the professional poli ticians would go and do likewise there certainly would be more harmony in the country A SOMERSET paper says a gentleman in that city is laying off on account of a severe bite on the lip by his best girl If the fellow wishes to protect himself he can send the aforesaid best girl up this way We wont kick Menace to the Dignity of the Bench Col W CP Breckinridge in the Lexington Herald Under our misera ble system of electing our judges and that for comparatively short terms every six years the state is certain to be deprived of the service of some of some at the polls We sincerely regret that for some political reasons Judge Thomas Z Mor row has withdrawn from the race for the nomination for Circuit Judge in his district Judge Morrow was cessful and accomplished lawyer the nominee of his partyfor Governorand when he was elected Judge he brought excellent native abilities rather un usual scholastic and professional cul ture and wide experience to the judi cial service of his state He had well in the Federal army and risen to the rank of Colonel He has been on the bench three terms and his impartiality integrity courtesy in dustry and competency have been rec ognized and admired by every one who reer as Judge The and democrats united in and confidence He offered for reelec tion A republican lawyer in Somer set likewise announced his candidacy as had full right to do For some rea to canvass as sumed a personal aspect and the two gentlemen agreed to retire from the canvass and unite in support of Mr Waddle who is entirely qualified for the position and the district is to be congratulated in getting Mr Waddle if ithas to give up Judge Morrow But it is deplorable that the state and that district should be compelled to lose the services of such a judge with such experience because of an unfortunate judicial system and it is a sad com mentary upon our Kentucky political methods and upon our manners that a preliminary canvass for nomination for such an office a contest between men of the same political views inside of the same party can become so bit ter so personal so improper that peace good order and the harmony of the party require the withdrawal of the aspirants When the constitution of 184849 was under discussion those who the radical revolution made in our judicial system predicted some what of the scenes and events we have witnessed during this year such con tests as these in the Henry district in the Harrison circuit in the Boyle circuit but the predictions fell short of what we have seen and what we seem to have become accustomed to witness In olden times our fathers laid great store upon what they proud ly called the dignity of the bench Would this generation recognize this if it happened to meet it judgesSome asuc bythosecommendation sonunknown usthe oppose served Handsome Enlarged Picture FREE Begining Oct 31 for SO days Sincerely believing that there is a distinct appropriateness about it we will give an elegant enlarged picture 16 x 20 framed and ready to with every tombstone to the val Garrard County Marble Works Shop next to Mason Hotel payanPartieSbuyingto actualcost 3 y J S tone sold last Monday in his hemp seed crop Price privateMiss Mary Naylor has rented her farm to Mose Judson for 1903 given January 1st Speaks Bros have sold their crop of hemp seed to Mr Hudson of your city at per bushel delivered at Lancas terYour Paint Lick correspondent ought to sleep less and then lack of time would not be offered as an excuse for not writing Our good friend Ed Naylor remains critically ill but with hope of Mrs Wm Humphrey is report ed much improved in health The melancholly days have come Our village is on a boom We have a new chief of police Bob Scott has returned to nis home at Judson The mistic number 13 is in this locality by as many babies It is said by some that they can all be heard crying at once They are all Democrats but one Johnson Speaks bought of a Wilmore party 77 sheep all good ewes for which he paid three dollars per head Mrs Margaret Stone of Madison was with her son J S and family last week She had with her Jesse Lew is Robert and Wesley Clark her grand children Miss Maggie Clark of Madison was visiting her brother Simeon last week A B Clark was a visitor at J S Stone last week Dr J A Amon has moved his saw mill to a point on Scotts Fork near foot of Rocky Hill BOURNE James Turner sold a horse to Fox Turner for 40 Job Marsee bought of Sim Parks a nice young horse for 45 Win Rubles bought of Tom Turner two sows and pigs for 20 Mrs Jonah Marsee and son Nelson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Job James Middleton and family have moved to the place recently vacated by Jonah Marsee Mr Marsee having moved near Lancaster Miss Mary Dunn and Arthur Ham spent Sunday with Miss Gertrude Ball Miss Bernice Ross and Robert Clark of Buckeye were guests of Miss Loa Duncan Sunday Mrs John Marsee and daughters of Marksbury visited Tom Turner aud family Sun day Jackson Marsee of Middles boro returned home Monday after a several weeks visit with relatives here Ed Owens and wife of Buckeye were visitors here Sunday James Middleton of this place is very ill at this writing Ben Baker of Lexing ton visited Miss Fannie day Bourne entertained- a number of frieeds Sunday M A Archer bought a sow and four shoats from Jim Hunt for 20 George Miller bought six shoats from Harve Faulkner for 15 Rev Partm and family Mr Hutch ins and family Mr Rogers and family left Monday morning for Mangum Oklahoma Mr Fort Cook and fam ily leave Tuesday for Indiana Misses Dootis and Bessie Spangler vis ited at W H Furrs Saturday Miss Jones of Lexington is teaching mu sic at S Archers Mr and Mrs M A Archer and daughter Edna spent Sunday afternoon at W H Furrs Mr Vaughn Norman of Manse called on Miss Myrtle Corminy Monday morning Miss Rozil la Archer is visiting her sister Mrs Faulkner this week There will be preaching at Good Hope Sunday by the pastor Rev Murrell MANSE Rev McClung who has been pastor of the Presbyterian church bra year has accepted a call to Mississidpi and left for that place last week He will be greatly missed as he had endeared himself to all of the community Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is the guest of Miss Annie Reid A number of young people from Point Leavell went persimmon hunting at Flatwood Saturday and enjoyed the persimmons chalybeate water and lunch very much Misses Frankey and Bessie Doty have been visiting Miss Ethy Waltersof Lincoln Will Crow Doty who is telegraphing in Hamilton Ohio has been spending a week with the home folk Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury visited relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Will Palmer and children are vis iting relatives in Nebraska Ollie Wallace and Eddie Walker were in Danville Saturday Mr and Mrs Towles Walker are visiting relatives at Point Burnside BUCKEYE Misses Wilds and Buford of Nicho lasville are visiting Misses Helen and Fannie Miles Mrs Harve Dean has returned after a weeks visit to Mr Alex Miles Born to Sam Murphy twins Wm Jones Jr will soon begin sel ling goods at the old Hibbord stand at Gumms Chapel Mrs Malinda Blakeman sold her farm at Paint Lick to Mart Bogie for 8000 There was 250 acres Mr Wm Noel sold 20 head of two year old cattle to Yocum and Sallee of Fayette 600 Marris Long bough of Cronley farm of 80 for 82400 at Paint Lick I J ntoN i I Lancaster possession 2 oftener recovery represented MarseeMr JacksonSun Miss Nell at Flatwoods andMrs Mrs for Coy- a FLAT WOODS acres JUT HEBRON Mr R A Duncan had a nice colt to get its leg broken last week James Brat sold a nice bunch of hogs to Messrs Arnold King at Gibson Vanderpool while handling a load of coal last week was very bad ly hurt A wire in a gate became en tangled in the wagon wheel and in some way he was caught his face and head were torn and his jaw bone frac turedMr Samuel Duncan bought the farm of Mrs Elizabeth Allen price 2250 On last Saturday Rev Moore an excellent sermon to the mem bers of Mt Hebron church and had a roll call G3 of the members were present On Sunday following a fu neral sermon was preached by the pas tor Rev J I Wills in memory of Mrs A B Clark who departed this life Sept 15th 1902 A B Clark and children and Mrs Margaret Stone of Madison spent last week with relatives in this Mrs Gibson of Stanford is at tending the meeting at this place James Merideth and daughter Mary of Faulkner visited at this place Sun day Miss Myrtle Ray of Gunns Chapel spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Edna Scott Mr Samuel Duncan and wife attended Childrens Day at High Bridge Sun day Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers and Mrs J A Clark of Danville are the guests of Miss A E Scott Mess Joe and Alex Jennings of Bulphur Springs were the guests of Briny Dean Saturday and Sunday ilr Ralph Arnold wife and children Mrs Silas Daily and two children were the guests oj Mr and Mrs W D Scott Sunday Rev Mcldrum Pearl and Jewel Sanders preaching at this place Saturday night t JPREACHERSYILLE j Dan Hoskins sold 3 hogs to II Brown at 61c J P Rogers bought a sow from J F Payne for 18 Walter Pettus bought a calf from Sol C Rigsby for 10 J M Cress bought 70 barrels of corn from J F Cook for 81 GO Wm Sprinkles sold a horse to James Kaylor of Rowland for 8GO J L Kennedy will have his new house ready to occupy in a few days D al Anderson sold 20 cattle to J H Baughman for S3S5 per hundred Mrs Payne is no better and chances are somewhat against her recovery W P Grimes and family have moved to Stanford Preachersville looses a good family W P Dishon bought about 100 of hemp seed from Hugh Sargeant for 215 per bushel J L Hntchins bought 15 cattle from W B Ragan for 10 per head and sold Win Ragan a mare for 100 W C Cummins and J B Hutchins went to Danville Monday to take the civil service examination Mrs Addie Fraily of Virginia is visiting her father and mother Mrand Mrs Henry Cummins Miss Terrill Vista is visiting her broth er Rev E J Terrill Miss Lena Hobbs writes from New Mexico that all are well She is getting 50 per month her mother 40 and Joe 20 which will be good news to their ma ny friends here Mrs Adda Fraley after a very pleas ant visit to friends here has returned to her home in F and wife of Stanford was visit ing home folk here Rev E J Ter rill commenced a protracted meeting at the Methodist church last Monday night assisted by Rev Thurman of Owen county BUENA VISTA W P Ruble recently shipped a car load of stock to Cincinnati Will Dickerson has rented the Dis mukes property recently purchased by A T Scott Henry Smith sold to Mr Baughman three steers averaging 2374 Ibs at 4c also to unknown party one cow at 3t centsMrs J F Ruble who has been with her daughter in your city spent last week at home G R Spillman and wife of Danville recently spent the day with Mrs Mary Spillman Miss Jennie Lane has returned from a few days visit to her sister Mrs Green in Lexington M Burgess of Middles boro has been the guest of Msss Eliz abeth Tomlinson Mrs Will Dicker son spent Friday with relatives in Nicholasville Mesdames A J Chris Christopher and Sidney Poor visited Mrs John Daugherty in Lexington last week Mr Dudley wife visited relatives in Mercer last week Miss Lucretia Skinner who has been quite ill in your town for several weeks was able to be brought to her home here last week We hope to see her out soon Miss MaryTom linson is with relatives in Lexington Mrs G W Smith who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Christopher has re tulned to her home in Lexington Mrs Wm Christopher continues ill Be Careful With It Cincinnati explosion of the gasoline plant at Latonia has caus ed much alarm and has been replaced by incandescent arc lamps as to book makers would not take any more chan ces The airpump and tank still re main on the ground and the book makers give them a wide berth Owing to the many recent explosions from gasoline lighting plants the wel fare of the public should be considered before installing iMT n W of Buena VirginiaJ r Barnett and PostThe 1 Sic delivered beauty attended bushels Cum- mins L 1 ITllJrmJ fJ 7T 1 lt i1 e UPToUT s the dressiest and one of the nost popular overcoats worn this season An accepted standard of fashion i not made merely good enough but particularly 1 made and 1- I MADE I TO MEASURE by the Royal Tailors of i See the latest 0 Royal designs in swagger f overcoats business and semidress suits Royal i tailoring is square tailoring s it makes friends Give us 1 your patronage and well I win your friendship f I I I well ONLY I Chicago If I t r American f J We have the exclusive of Royal tailoring is a money saving proposition to all dont worry about the C satisfaction part of it we insure that Call and see over five hundred of the newest fabrics the widest we have ever shown 1 localsale I t range J C HEMPHILL Agent Lancaster Ky The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting iishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose f cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M JIahan T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs JJIansbtiry West Bread and butter Christians here may miss the banquet there To lose one of our tails may mean to lose all our triumph The flowers of rejoicing bloom on the tree of righteousness- Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all drug stores They are easier to take and j more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed by as is often the case with pills Regular size 2 c per box all 1m The man who thinks he is ahead of God is decidedly out of date Luck In Thirteen By sending 13 miles Wm Spircy of Walton Furnace Yt got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly cured a horrible Fever Sore on his leg Nothing else could Positively cures Bruises Felons Ulcers Eruptions Boils Burnes Corns and Piles Only 25c Guaranteed by R E McEoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m No amusement can be innocent when it becomes all absorbing Startling But True If every one knew what a grand medicineDr Kings evvLifePillsis writes D H Turner Dempseytown Pa youd sell all you have in a day Two weeks use has made a new man of me Infallible for constipation stomach and liver troubles 25cts at R E McRoberts Lanoaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m There are no heavenly rewards apart i from the heavenly race Stepped Against a Hot Stove A child Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child was in great agony and his moth er coula do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the house she thought she would trX it In less than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson is a well known resident of Kellar Va Pain Balm is an antisep tic liniment and especially valuable for burns cuts bruises and sprains For sale by all Druggists 1m It is easy to make men measure up by shrinking Gods standard down Benefit Ladle Aid Society Henderson Ky Lyceum Associa tion E L Barker your wonderful ver satility and exquisite acting in Peace ful Valley completely captured our people It gives me pleasure to say I have npt heard one word of adverse criticism and the universal verdict is that you can not be surpassed in the role of a monologue impersonator At Court House Nov 17 splendid mu sic a voting contest and other feat ures introduced Tickets at McRob erts at 50 cents general admission 35 cents cents The moon will rise at oclock and shine all night td2t George BeazleyClay I I I K l J o f children15 POSTED constipation Druggist C r The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS we have ever shown I I Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store Frisbles Drug1 Store On Danville Street Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store Headquarters For Paints Glass Varnishes Etc New line of T A T X O IV Just Received Ve can save you money ou Physicians5 Prescriptions them to us We Can Supply Your Every Wcffit S 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0o0o I I 0 o 0 o 0 RY o 0 o 0 2 Bring 0 O O t t n I I O O O OGOGOs0 Op OGOr OCO O OGO O OvO 0 0 0 0 0- p 0 0 o 0 0 0 O O 0O 0 0 0o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OOdO O OC 000000000GOG4 OOOCO OGO OOOC t Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivator We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER ft Successors to J M Higginbotham I t f S l I I I I I I I II I It I i I I I I J U I II I I I t tf t fie r STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES Hardwire store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES l f ff 0 r tJJ ff ZNlfRliliF fj0rj0JlfJJJ CONTESTt I 0 r r 3 p JIG Arnold W B Denny Frank Pierce Wm ROyston J B Ruble W R Cook Ell Walker 1 A Sanders JF White J B Wooer J M Sag J II Dunn ff4 332 142 0 109 88 72 2- B G2 54 47 31 2J- tG 22 C Fox 2 II Dunn lJ 1- Jas J S Robinson 1 A R Denny Counting Comtee Robt Kinnard HANDSOME MILLINERY We are showing the handsomest line of Fall and Winter Millinery ever shown in Lancaster Call and inspect our line of Hats We will save you money Noel Sisters Lw U limiuuyiM S I J 0 jfJlJL filJjftlJiJjlJ nfmnmt1l1fflfM IffimmtffiimMffnmm IImm frifm1m IlI iT tlftrmn1 mmItfij fflfflI n I I I II I mg wmIDD Ire t i t Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In John T Hays was in Danville Mon day Master Homer flays has been quite sickMiss Lizzie Tatum is able to be out Mr J T Williams family were at Point Leavell Sunday Miss Daisy Collier or Danville has been visiting Miss Ann Hill Mr and MrsW K SlniRars visited relatives in McKinney Sunday Mrs Headley of Richmond is her brother W II Wherritt Mrs Hayes of Jackson county is visiting her son Dr H G Sandlin Mrs John Young of Lexington is visiting Mrs Victor Lear near town Mrs Scott of Nicholasville is her sister Mrs Elizabeth Mason Mr Tom Hays of Missouri is his brother J T Hays at Hiatts ville Mrs Margaret Folger of Nicholas ville is visiting her brother W A ArnoldMrs Merritt children and Miss Mattie Sacray were visitors in Stan ford Sunday Mrs W A Carson and children of Stanford have been visiting ander Davidson Mrs Ellen Owsley has returned from an extended visit to Mr Commodore Grainger of Mexico Mrs Gastineau and Miss Margaret Hurt of Hiattsville were shopping in Lancaster Saturday Miss Jennie Williams was the guest FOUND FINE Ladies are Come and get first choice They will sell No trouble to show goods H M Ballou I I again visiting visiting Mrs Le r t QUEENSV ARE delighted je1 visiting FOUND 4 l ii 1 fl Tevis Thompson John Bourne A K Walker Robt Burton Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold Robinson Frank Holtclaw L F Warner Walter Casey I18 17 T B Robinson 17 17 15 IH T C 12 Y 11 011 o T Layton n rei8 Jno B Parks Gulley 13 12- J 10 of Misses Maggie and Kittle Hurt Saturday and Sunday Mrs R A Burnside has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Wm Lackey of McCreary Mr Bennett Miss Ebo netta Farris of Silver Creek visited Miss Louise Farris Sunday Misses Annie Bronaugh and Bertie James of Crab Orchard have been visiting Miss Annie Austin Mr Sam Duncan has returned from a six weeks stay in Atlanta lie is greatly unproved in health Mr Frank Robinson and Miss Al lene Hudson of Danville were guests of Miss Lizzie Hudson Sunday Miss Emily Chenault who has Miss Christine Bradlevs guest has returned to her home in Richmond Misses Lula McClure of Crab Orch ard and Annie Cochranot Paint Lick were guests of Mrs A II Bastin the past week Mrs J M Higginbotham and John Anderson are visiting the latters brother Will Anderson of Binning ham Alabama Miss Martha IIume and Dick Ken nedy of Lexington are expected this week to visit Mr and Mrs Banks Hud son Danville avenue C Payne who has been spend ing several months with her sister Miss Jane Hopper left yesterday for home near Lexington Mrs Maggie Stephens and family have vacated the Thompson property on water street and will in a short time move to Morris Mo Mrs Henry Hurt and daughter Isa belleof Hiattsvilleare expected home Sunday from a visit to Indiana to Mrs Hurts sick daughter Mr and Mrs J B Kemper left Mon day for New Orleans to spend the winter with her mother Mrs Pierce and from there to visit her daughter Mrs Octavia Anderson in Oklahoma Mr Joel Hays formerly of Hiatts ville but now of Missouri died at his sons lIon J Smith Hays atWinches ter last Thursday night and was in terred in the Cemetery at that place SaturdayHalloween was celebrated with a delightful dance at the Mason hotel Music was furnished by Clay Greens orchestra The visiting young ladies were Misses Bronaugh and James of Crab Orchard Chenaultof Richmond Sandifer of Danville and Ross of CincinnatiDanville Advocate Mr RL and wife a leading merchant at Paint Lick Samuel Haselden and wife of Bryantsville were pleasantly en tertained by their father mother and brother C M Jennings on Sunday last at their home No 250 North First street Mrs Dolph Rice left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Chicago The following invitations have been received by friends here Mr and Mrs George Robertson Engle man invite you to be present at the daughterAnne to Mr Henry Rowan on Wednesday evening Nov twelfth nineteen hundred and two at eight oclock Methodist ChurchStanford Ky Mr Saufley Is the popular son of Judge Saufley of Stanford He is in the Interior Journal office and quite a leading young citizen of that city Miss Engleman is a handsome young woman and a favorite in society and well known here 1 Farris and been Mrs II her Danville I I It Jennings Mrs JJ3 Stormes is visiting relatives in Richmond Mr Roscoe Miller of Louisville is visiting friends here Mr B W Gaines is quite ill and threatened with pneumonio J I Hamilton has returned from a delightful visit to Tennessee and Mississippi Day before Thanksgiving the ladies of the Baptist Aid Society will have an exchange Leslie Anderson who is attending Central University spent Sunday with his mother Mr and Mrs John Williams of Stan ford spent last Tuesday with Mr and Mrs N Miller Miss Bessie and Jessie Gulley of Me Creary have been visiting Miss Nell and Ernest Bourne of Bourne Mrs E J Mock of Lexington was guest of her daughter Mrs J W Soper last week Lexington avenue Miss Mary Lewis Grimes a stylish brunett of Lancaster was in Danville Tuesday shopping Danville Acl yocateDr M Hays of North Carolina and his mother and sister of Missouri are expected to visit J T Hays this weekMisses Altie and Bessie Marksbury next week to spend a month with their sister Mrs A II Rice in Nashville Mrs Dr Amon and Miss Bessie Mae Lear spent Saturday and Sunday with Lena Palmer and Lee Prewitt of Kirksville Wednesdays Advocate lion John W Yerkes will return to Washington City tomorrow Miss Julia May Gaines is reported quite ill to day Miss Julia Reid returned to Louis ville Monday to be under the care of a specialist Her many friends trust complete restoration to good health Mr and Mrs Robert T Embry are being congratulated upon the arrival of a tine baby boy at their house The little fellow put in his appearance Monday Mr and Mrs J E Stormes Mr and Mrs T B Long and Mr and Mrs Louis Landaam at Wednesday evening in their usual hospitable and elegant manner Brodhead cor Stanford Journal Miss Ella Dunn who has been on a two weeks visit to relatives and friends in Garrard returned home Tuesday last Mrs Tom Adams of Bryantsville is visiting Mr Joshua Dunns family this week Danville News Gen D L Collier of Lancaster was in this city Judge R A Burnside of Gar rard county was here Wednesday Mr Steven Walker of Paint Lick Garrard county was in Danville this morningDanville News Uncle Ben Rob inson one of the trueblues of Gar rard county was here yesterday Mr William Denny of Lancaster was in Danville Saturday to witness the game of foot ball Mr John Duncan of Lancaster was here yesterday Mr and Mrs Joe Waters of were in town a few hours Tues day and Joe brought his pretty twin daughters up to see TUE RECORD force As Capt White had gone home Joe drove all the way out to his house to let the veteran compositor see the pretty babies He tells us he will publication of the Lincoln Dem ocrat in about ten days Mr Saml E Carey and daughter of Keokuk Ia are visiting the family of Squire W H Kinnaird Mr Carey re sided in Lancaster many years ago and at one time with Gen W J Landram published the Garrard Banner lIe is an excellent christan gentleman of that oldtime type who are growing scare these latter days Many friends of former days gladly welcome him and are delighted to know that he enjoys good health Lexington Leader Mrs Harry Mc Carty ef Nicholasville wife of the ed itor of the Jessamine former ly Miss Alleene Young of Lexington has on exhibition in the window of the Transylvania Printing Company a lovely piece of art a plaque which shows her skill in four wood oil painting water colors wood carving Mrs McCarty is a very clever andsuccessful artist and and now has a class in Lexington Mr William H Wherritt celebra ted his seventyseventh birthday Sat urday evening by entertaining a few relatives at a sumptuous dinner The meal was prepared in that elegant manner in which only Mrs Wherritt can get them up and every delicacy of the season together with good fashioned substantials was served THE RECORD joins their legion of friends in wishing this happy chris tian couple many more years of health You Can Sell Quail A great many people have a mistak en idea to the effect that the legisla ture passed a bill forbidding the sale of quail killed in this State betwoen the open dates for quail shooting No vember 15 to January 1 The bill failed to pass the Senate thus there is nothing to forbid the marketing of quail in this and other cities of the State This will be very agreeable news to the country people who reap a considerable revenue from the sale of quail they shoot Personal respon sibility cannot be discharged by proxy I Sermon seed will sprout quicker if soaked in prayer 1 r the leave for a Wednesday Journal artsburn and good Mrs Misses entertained dinner Stanford resume teacher old 1 Good KoiulM Convention Tha Louisville Commercial Club through its secretary Mr J C Vanpelt has sent out letters to the Mayors towns and cities in the State and to all county judges setting forth the importance of having good represent atives attend the next Good Roads Convention to be held in Lexington on the 18th and 19th oC November The Mayors of cities of the fourth class shall appoint fifteen delegates and the county judge of each county shall appoint five delegates and one editor from each paper in the State is to attend says the Commercial Club and also that No question is of more vital import ance than this great movement of the 20th century It is urged upon these ojiicers to make the at once and to send the names of the delegates to the Secretary who will then send otlicial invitations delegate so appointed and whose names will be published in the and Lexington papers An Editors Appeal Bring us taters sweet or Irish bring us chickens young or old eggs or pork or sorghum bring us silver or bring us gold bring us cop per bring us greenbacks bring us fodder corn or hay bring us fruit of all descriptions bring us corn meal any day Bring us beans or oats or pumkins bring us butter lard or flour or anything thats good to stay our hunger een an hour For the larders getting empty and the cash is running low and our paper bills must soon be met for the papers got Our store bills must be settled and the kids must go to school and our trousers seem more threadbare as the weather gins to cool So bring us you have to eat or trade or help to put us square We need your kind assistance to help to pull us tnrough until the railroad gins to build for till then we feel quite blue The times are dull and we are short and need a little raise so come to our assistance and youll receive the praise So pay for advertising the like and keep the enterprise from want and going on a strike Well raise our voice and howl for you and sing your praises long if youll only rustle in the grub and bring it good and City Ark Appeal TIle Lust or Summer Tis the last lly of summer Left buzzing alone All its ravenous companions Have fattened and llown Each one o fits species Unmourned and forgot Has flitted away to Some pestilent spot Through summers glad sunshine Twas with us for aye It has swum in the cream jug And sampled the pie Then when sated at last It has chosen to skate With fiendish delight on Some bald shiny pate In palace or hovel Twas never at rest At banquet and picnic An unwelcome guest How gleeful its buzzling How joyous it rang When bearing disease on Its germladen fang Ill not leave thee thou last one To winters chill gloom As thy comrades have vanished Go thou to thy doom No mercy Ill show thee To me tis but fun To end thy existence But its gone New York Sun Colored Teachers Allocation The program for the Colored Association of Garrard county which will be held here next Saturday The previous meetings have been very successful We think this is a matter that should be encouraged J W Caldwell Song by Association and choirs of the churches Sallie B Kincead of securing of every teacher in the coun ty to the Teachers Association Miss Mary Richie Musical Sneed Essay Perspective View of the Common School system of Kentucky in Marie Yantis as an Invest ment Miss Amanda Walker Recitation Miss Roxy Faulkner Recitation Maggie Cunningham The Burial of Moses Instrumental Solo Miss Souanna Leavell Instruction Miss Isabel Qverstreet provision of entitled County Taxation to extend School term Prof George GainesPoem Whos To Blame by Sneed Susie Mitchell Olivia Hudson Vocal Solo Miss Carrie Ritchie Imminent needs of a strict and stringent compulsory edu cational Mannix Address MJS E L Walker Song by Association Benediction by Rev J S Miller The music ceases when the listens to itself Burnished brass shines brighter than nuggets of gold The criticism of the often uproots the f t c earnestlyrequested appointment Louisville bring- us to- go anything subscriptions- and strongDodd a Sobang InvocationRev OrationMiss AddressMeans the attendance SelectionMilton 1910Miss AddressEducation AddressPrimary AddressLate Legislature Author Milton AddressMIs EssayMiss AddressThe lawProf Superintendent instrument L i call teach Fly Teachers sermon k seeds Dr Hobson the dentist of Richmond will be at the Mason Hotel 2nd Monday the 10th one day only Pie Social The Christian Endeavors will give a Pie Social at the Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening beginning at 7 oclock The public are cordially invited to attend Admission 15 cents There is on my farm a stray steer Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges B F Hudson It Standard Play The Ladies Aid Society of theChris tian church is preparing a more entertainment than any that has been presented in our city for Monday night Nov 17 Mr Edwin L Barker of Chicago will appear at the court house in his monologue plays David Copperfield Peaceful Val ley An American Citizen and A Poor Relation These are told and acted in a realistic manner eliciting applause from The public should helping the church and getting the value of thoir money at the same time The ladies will also introduce several new them vocal and instrumental music solos and quartettes by local talent ticket will be so printed as to the holder to vote for the most popular Dry Goods merchant the best lawyer and the best doctor The tickets will be counted by a and the result announced from the stage Reserved seats at McRob erts at 50 cents general admission 35 cents children 15 cents The house will be well heated Final Notice All town taxes not paid by 15th will be advertised in the CENTRAL RECORD and the property sold As this will add the cost and penalty you will do well to call at the Circuit Clerks office and settle before that time Dont say you havent been given fair warning nov62t S D Rothwell We have some beautiful cloaks and if you have not made your fall see us J Joseph Nothwithstanding the fact that we have had a tremendous sale of fall and winter goods we are still stocked up to date with anything in this line may need See us before making vour purchases we save you money and you can rely absolutely on getting the best values for your money at our store J Joseph We have no fake sales to draw We give good values you get your moneys worth consequently trade with us again J Joseph Come see the handsome line of hosiery and shoes at J Josephs A LoW Rates West Beginning Nov 1st 1902 and to April 1903 the Frisco will sell homeseekers tickets from St Louis to points in Missouri Ar kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas Kansas Colorado and New Mexico at a rate of one firstclass fare plus two dollars for the round trip Date of sale first and third Tuesdays of each month On same date one way colonist tickets will be sold to same points at a rate of onehalf stan dard fare plus two dollars For rates or other information write H I McGuire T P A 407 Walnut St Cincinnati or T Stuart Taylor T I A 124 Main st Ind tf I have employed Charley Owens an old experienced butcher to run the Slaughter pens back of my stable Let me kill your hogs and have it done nicely Charges only 50c per head de livered at your home W H Ward nov63t Opportunities and Business Chances Never were greater or more attrac tive than now in the Great Southwest Missouri Kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas If interested write for par ticulars JAMES BARKER GenIPass Tkt Agt MKTRy 520 St Louis Dr Hobson the Dentistof Richmond will be at the Mason Hotel 2nd Monday 10th one day only Remarks Anent Dignity What is dignity Some people call it conservatism some people call it dry rot some people call it person ality and the only people that ever worry about it are the fellows who have to carry aload of it around with them We never have heard of a man yet who said he would not trade with a firm because it was not dignified but we have heard lots of people say they liked to trade with a firm it got up and hustled When your dignity comes to hurt you when it commences to hold you back when it commences to lose you business when you commence to turn down orders or refuse to take of uptodate methods because they are riot dignified it is time for you and dignity to separate or to get a new kind of dignity Dignity is a relative term and most of the people who talk about it define itbut rest assured of one thing when your dignity sacrifices force cut out the dignity Progressive Canada Well being Is the only true wealth The new man will have new man ners Many negatives of vice do not make positive virtue attractive charmingsto- ries everyone attendthere- by featuresamong enable November purchase winter continuing System literature youre Bldg because Every committee you customers Evansville Wainwright advantage cannot Business and Bargains For cotton sacks for seed H A B Marksbury Son Save labor and expense by buying a Deering Corn Harvester Bros s18tf Buy Blankes celebrated coffees Sold Davidson Blue grass seed for sale H A B Marksbury Son You must come in and pay your ac count I need the money and must it R A Stone I have for sale some nice baled from pure Southern German seed 925tf J F Robinson Land for Sale Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf Wanted Clover timothy Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son Buy International Poultry Food the greatest egg producer known Sold only by Currey Davidson For Rent A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson- at National Bank A fresh line of Griffin Skelley Co evaporated fruit best on the market at Currey Davidson New Hu Line Rice Benge formerly of Lancaster but who is now in the livery business at Danvilly has with Chas Coulter friends for a share of patronage B Farrisis in charge and prompt and polite service is insnred 2t We will exchange coal for good corn at 175 per bbl Williams Coal Yard Dr Hobson Dentist of Richmond will be at the God will trust his glory to the yes sel he has tried with grief Worm T ryed Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly a healthy condition of the body where worms cannot exist 25c at R E McRoberts drugs store im Many a mans practice puts an ex tinguisher on his profession Rest Liniment on Earth- I M McHany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2d 1900 I had last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but got no till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used it and got two more bottles It cured me and I havent felt any since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism For sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Ballards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts drug store ini We need to do Gods work more than he needs us to do It Beautiful Clear Skies Herbine exerts a direct influence on bowels liver and kidneys and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal con dition of health thus removing a com mon cause of yellow mothy greasy skin and more or less of pimples blotches and blackheads 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m It is better to be true to the false A Dangerous Month This is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch cold easily Find yourself hoarse with a tickling in your throat and an cough at night Then you should have handy a bottle of Ballards Hore hound Syrup J A Anderson 351 West 6th St Sale Lake City writes We use Ballards Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds It gives im mediate relief We know its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to induce other people to try this plearant and efficient remedy 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts 1m Honor is one of those things that he that seeks it shall not find it Foleys Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m The power of the pulpit is greatbut that of the parson is greater Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J E Stormes 1m No man is truly refined until he has passed through Gods fires A Startling S rpI e- Very few could believe in looking at A T Hoadley a healthy robust black smith of Tilden Ind that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles wholly cured me he writer and I have not felt a twinge in over a year They regalate the Kidneys purify the blood and cure Rheuma tism Neuralgia Nervousness improve digestion and give perfect health Try them Only SOc at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos druggist Paint Lick 1m i tH H tt t i SaleNew clover from Gaines by Currey Millet depotin Mondaythe relief rheumatism the purifying annoying druggist Refuse F have German rheumatism rheumatic followed Ft + +++ If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E 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 ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed weekending Oct 23d 1902 Mary Burnside James Cook S R Cot ten E M Durming Hilratic Leather Co Miss Gurgie McTerning Ethel Meadows Miss Stella McClery Ben WilmotIf for say advertised Wm West P Mf For Sale Fancy bred Belgian Hares Lord Britain Fashoda and other strains Joseph H Dunn Bryantsville Ky oc 243t Taken Up as Estray Bay horse three white feet about 14 hands high Came to my hous October 20 Owner can get same by paying charges Willis Roach for Sale or Reat ty to sell goods Also my stock of goods is for sale C S Sanders oct302t Stone Ky We will run our grist mill on of each week so if you want the old process meal bring in your corn on that day Please dont forget the day ST Leavel Co 16tf I have some old accounts if not paid soon I will list them and sell them So if you do not want yours sold you had best call and pay it T Currey 928tf face weight about 200 IDS Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone The new Rail Road and Electric Road is soon to be while this is coming on come to the Buffalo Roller Mills at Paint Lick Ky with your wheat and corn and get the best flour your ever ate Especial atten tion given to both custom and work Burnam Rucker oc16tf Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office Josephs cloak and fur opening Oct 11th Mount Mellick Embroidery I am now prepared to give lessons In Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenues To TaxPayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my office ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff For Sale or Rent My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 94tf Notice This If you owe me you must call at the old stand and settle your account In order to save cost it must be done at once Theo Currey 928tf Garaard Hotel Notice All those indebted to the Garrard Hotel for meals and etc please call at the National Bank of Lancaster and settle their accounts with Mr S C Denny who will receipt for same tf Respt T B Long Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge 928tf Full line of LIppencott Cree Cos pure Preserves Come in and taste our samples and give us your order Currey Davidson Dont think because I only owe him 2 or 875 that he can make out with out that small amount remember 200 or 300 such accounts amount to quite a little sum So come in and settle at once R A Stone PUBLIC SALE Of a Good Business Stand Oil Tkirsday Boy 13tk 1902 at 2 oclock p m we will offer at public sale in the town of Bryants ville Ky property as follows Stock of General Merchandise consisting of about 4000 worth of good clan goods store house and lot of one acre of land store room 26x102 feet 14 foot ceiling with plenty of light ware house stable good cistern and other on lot This is the best room in central Kentucky and as good a country stand as there is im the State Amount ofbusiness done annually 20000 One dwelling in good repair six rooms on halfacre lot stable on lot One dwelling of 9 rooms new very convenient one acre lot good cistern and necessary outbuildings Terms made known on day for full particulars J X DUNN CO Bryantsville Garrard county Ky Lancaster It gooddwelling Notice Tuesdays September22nd o2tf builtBut merchant buildings equippedstore saleWrite f r I For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc R R Early has added to his estate in Fayette county the 285acre farm of Mrs Mary E Doyle at Walnut Hill which he purchased last week for 18 770 or GG an acre Ladle butter is country butter wash ed in very cold the water car ries off quite a lot of impurities and mottles and of course the salt it it is resalted and where needed color ing is added This sells for only a cent less a pound than renovated which makes it much more profita ble but the demand is not so great Hickory nuts beech nuts and wal nuts are very plenty in southern ooun ties as well as pawpaws and and the squirrels are more nu merous than common and coons and possums abound Clover Seed price Banks Hudson 918tf One pound of sheeps wool is capa ble of producing one yard of cloth We often hear of renovated butter those who watched the oleo fight in the spring heard more of it perhaps than they liked but do all just know what it is The country butter is first melted into oil this oil is then put into a centrifugal machine which removes all casein it then passes an other centrifugal machine that re moves all the water and clarifies it then hot air is blown through the oil that removes its acid Do not allow dogs cats or loafers to be around at milking time In poultry as in butterthe farmers wife can establish a reputation for having the best Let her see to it that eggs over a week old are never sent to market and when she markets birds let them be in prime condition There are people in every village who want things a little better than the common run of people who are always willing to pay fancy prices for a fancy article They want eggs absolutely fresh and fowls that are fat and are water butter persimmons WantedHighest r market parents A STRONG MAN Has the advantage over a weak man in the world of work Physical strength is made from food when it has been di gested and assimilated There is no other way in which strength can be made except from food Theres many a weak man who is unable to do hard and heavy work because the food he eats is not perfectly digested and so fails to nourish the body He has stomach trouble in some form Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It builds up the body with solid flesh and strong muscle by enabling the perfect digestion and assimilation of food was a great sufferer from dyspepsia over two I was a wreck writes Mr Preston E Lehigh Co Had a dyspeptic has or ever could have I also much with constipaticn were soft and flabby n poor and slow Suffered greatly from cold bands and feet At last I came across an advertisement of Dr Pierces and I tried Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets I used of the Pellets and ten bottles of the Discovery which brought me back to my fQrmer state of health If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing The sluggish liver is made active by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets U I for Fenstermacer- of t Pan painsI thinkabout Muscles U 77 torturing willing to pay for the extra care these things require Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Australia supplies 95000000 worth of wool a year A great thing in favor of poultry raising is the comparative ease with which it can done Think a minute of the drudgery necessary in making a pound of butter for sale and then compare that with the labor required in marketing a dozen eggs which would give the same returns To be sure there is a time in the year when closest attention is needed to make a success of raising poultry of any kind but when that time is over the keting of poultry or gathering in the eggs is very easily done and requires no great amount of time Animals attend a church service in Cuzco Peru Pigs goats cattle and poultry are brought to be blessed by their owners on All Souls day The The seats are removed and the ani mals can trot about or lie do arn where they will After the ceremony the live stock is formally handed over to the monks The small farmer who cannot afford to purchase a pure bred sire can arrange to breed his cows to the bull owned by one of his neighbors Every farming district should be pro vided with a sufficient number of pure bred bulls to supply the local demandThe of peas in Colorado some times include as many as 2000 acres and there is one bed exceeding in size 2500 acres An interesting experiment was made recently says the Philadelphia Journal A pint of various fruits was picked at random from one stand washed and the washings analized From the pint of fruit 140000000 germs were secured All fruits that do not have perfectly smooth surfaces afford lodgings for microbes Near the southern edge of Putnam county is a walnut log for which 1 500 was recently refused It was found a few weeks ago by a man who was making an excavation in the bank of a creek and who realizing partially the value of his discovery went to the owner of the land and secured posses mar- Medical usually It is the right of every child to be well born and to the parents it must look for Responsibililg I health and ceivably great is the parents happinessHow responsibility and how that no is left in the blood nt to be transmitted to the helpless child entailing the most pitiable suffering and marking its body with offen deformityHow and not reproachthemselves for bringing so much misery into the world If you haveany disease your system how can you expect wellhealthy children Cleanse your own blood and you nave notonly enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasuresof life but have discharged a all parents owe to posterity made happierThere surely reaches deepseated stubborn blood sive sores catarrh of the nose and weak dev l healthand throat eyes glandulaz and builds up the general health If weaklings are growing around you right the wrong by putting them on a course of S S once It is hereditarypoisons Sata purely vegtable medicine harmless its effects and can be takenby and young without fear of any bad results 0Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and This will cost you nothing and we will also send our book on blood andSkin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Of Course You Want The Best To the Latest Creations and Swellest styles in MI LLINER Y Calfon us Our stock was carefully selected pretty the cor rect and prices No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT in bothold rB FiI Ii is iJii iiE L L iic 1 lii ii i LI LIi S 1 I I sion of the piccn of Limber for 575 Ho dug it out of the sand and clay and a lumber man who examined it offered the price first mentioned The tim be has been covered fur probably CCII turies and the wood is as hard and black as mahogany It is claimed that in regions where where much fruit is consumed there is much less desire than elsewhere for al coholic stimulants There is no cough medicine so pop ular as Foley s Honey and Tar It con taines no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure C C J E Stormes 1m The following is given as the gov ernments prescription for hog chole ra and while not a sure cure by a very large majority it has been found as beneficial as anything and when used in the early stages of an outbreak has doubtless saved many hogs from dying fromthe disease It costs but little to have some of the mixture on hand at all eventsfor use in and it may prove helpful Wood charcoal 1 lb sulphur 1 lb sodium chloride 2 Ibs sodium bicarbonate 2 lbs sodium hyposulphate 2 Ibs sulphate lib antimony sulphide 1 lb These ingredients can be secur ed from any drug store and should be thoroughly mixed Give a large ta blespoonful to each 200 pound weight of hog once a day If the animals do not eat add a little water to the med icine shake thoroughly and give as a drench Asleep Amid Flamcn Breaking into a blazing home some firemen lately dragged the sleeping in mates from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption gives perfect protection a gainst all Throat Chest and Lung Troubles Keep it near and avoid death and doctors bills A tea spoonful stops a late cough presistent use the mcst stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy by R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick Price 50c and 1 00 Trial bottles free 1m General News Notes Most Important Events of the Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items Iron Everywhere With the inauguration tomorrow the Golden State Limited the time from the Pacific to the Atlantic will be reduced to eightyeight hours which will be a new record for the distance Shell 3ratcher a Warren county farmer was robbed of 240 which he had withdrawn from a bank because he was afraid of savings institutions President Mitchell ordered the strike renewed at a number of colic ries where strikers were not permitted to return to work in a body At Portland Oregon Wm Baldwin and his son George were sentenced to the penitentiary for two and one years respectively for participating in a fatal prize fight over a girl in which the father abetted the son who struck the blow Andrew Carnegies plea for a Uni ted States of Europe has been with laughter by the Germans One paper terms it a nonsensical proposition and another hopes that Mr Carnegie will let antiquated alone to work out its own salva tion It is estimated that Russell Sage is the greatest money lender in the world and bankers place the amount which he always has out on collateral at 25000000 It is said ing loans he might cause one of the most disastrous panic in the history- of the country His fortune is placed at not more than 100000000 It is estimated that onethird of the population of Vienna600000 in visited the citys cemetery on All Souls and All Saints Day Emperor Francis Joseph placed wreaths on the collins of his murdered wife and of Crown Prince Rudolph who commit ted suicide Samuel H Edgar second vice of the Louisville and Nashville railroad died at the Oak Hill Smite near Montclair N J His death was due to a nervous breakdown which began with worry over the Gates deal for control of the Louisville and Nashville At Owensboro Special Judge Reeves sitting in the trial of several company cases ruled that the had the right to prosecute suits against the stockholders and that they should be compelled to pay the amount of their subscriptions to the capital stock Physicians Prescribe It Many broad minded physicians Foleys Honey and Tar as they have never found so safe and reliable a remedy for throat aud lung troubles as this great medicine C C J E Stormes jm He who fits his shoulder to the yoke is fitting his brow for the crown Love links heaven to our earth Dead issues create no discussion Mighty rivers rise in quiet places The generous are always grateful For A Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a reliable medicine like Chamber Cough Remedy to loosen and re it and to allay the irritation and of the throat and lungs sale by all Druggist 1m I emergency sodium Dont do it III 17 Day received Europe that by call number president rium debenture assignee prescribe suffering The agricultural interest is one of great breadth and the subject under consideration may be said to coyer the whole of its economic principles The term diversified farming is applicable to localities rather than to als and to make it successful we must take into consideration the advant ages that must surround those engag ed in it The adaptability of the soil to produce a variety of crops satisfac torily together with convenient and rapid transportation for perishable products are necessary requisites not speaking in this connection of the truck farmer nor of the market gardner but of the farmer who is en gaged in the production of staple such as corn wheat nemp and grasses Then if ho is situated conditions favorable to diversified farming he can vary his crops to any extent and still be able in a measure to tide over a bad crop year without materiaUoss because under this some of his products are likely to do well of others fail likewise some of them will bring remunerative prices even if others sell for less than the cost of production On the other hand when we have a good crop year the diversified farmer has a decided advantage Better transportation facilities the widening area thus reached and the cheapening of rates is opening up new markets every year Lands planted in corn hemp or wheat consecutively be come impoverished Certain elements of thesoil that are required to mature these crops become exhausted while those necessary for some other crop remain hence a change is necessary It is only a matter of time when of farming must be resorted to as a means of reclaiming the old and abused farms When farmers realize that they are making money by their farms whether they seem to obtain immediate results or not more of them will adopt this system In connection with rotation of crops our most progressive fanners are growing leguminous plants red clover and the stock pea by which the soil is supplied with plant food and put in condition to be followed by almost any crop A close application of this method with a amount of live stock will not only restore the farms to their wonted fertility but will do it at a profit instead of an outlay FASHIONS FANCIES Attractive flits of Dress That Arc Devotee Thin black materials steel paillettes make exceedingly showy evening costumes The newest neck ruches fasten at the bust thereby overcoming the un becoming appearance around the neck Narrow braids used for trimming are in best style when put on with on the edges so that they stand up Lighttinted broadcloth collars of goodly size and cuffs machinestitch ed all over are a feature of the newest tailormades Most exquisite of time many smart timings shown in a certain dress goods salon is an evening daintiest white chantilly Time skirt flares beau tifully the rich floral pattern about the edge being accented by a scintillat ing showing of clair de lune spangles These sparklers so like their name sake moonshine are also used to the upanddown strappings1 of lightweight peau de soie this silk be ing cut out every now and then lest it interfere with the big rose figure in tin lace Enough of time lace similarly decked comes to male a blouse which will presumably be cut decollete The moonlightlike shimmer of the whole thing is notable for the silk lace and the satinj peau de soie both tone quite up to time glitter of the everpopular paillettes or as we are more used to calling them spangles Overskirts once more are striving for recognition Their draperies are the double skirts cut with nicely flowing lines One form of new skirt has the back in three kilted flounces headed by a wide band of trimming The narrow apron gore is made entire ly of trimming embroidery tucking or braiding All skirts flare out at the bottom sometimes by means of the deep flounce so long in vogqe but the newer method has the flare cut with the skirt alone Hip yokes often are outlined with several rows of that extend down the almost straight apron gore Bodices show many variations of the blouse Street gowns are to be made with jaunty etons that have postilion back or basque effect Many loose coats are made with kilt boxplaits low collars and stole pieces widening at the bottom Flowing sleeves are permitted and many new gowns show capecollar fancies Braids will be used very extensively in plain rows the widths graduating and in fancy de Date Dread To one cupful of warm wheat mush add onefourth cupful of brown sugar half a teaspoonful of salt one table spoonful of butter and onefourth cake of compressed yeast dissolved in onefourth cupful of lukewarm water then add one cupful of walnut meats cut into small pieces threefourths cupful of dates cut in pieces and enough flour to make a dough that may be kneaded when well kneaded cover and let risexover night in the morning again knead shape into loaves and when again nearly doubled in bulk bake in a moderate oven Peoples Home Journal White Bread Griddle Calces Chop as much stale bread as will measure two cupfuls put it into a bowl and pour over it a cupful of sweet rich milk let it soak for an hour When ready to bake the cakes mash the bread in the milk with a two tablespoonfuls of melted butter two wellbeaten eggs sift into mixture a cupful of white flour and an even teaspoonful of soda stir well together then add a cupful of toni milk and bake on 9 griddle Boston DtveiiiLeiL IncH iclu articles under system diversity improving particularly reasonable t Now in lIer spangledwith stitching rohein I graceful finishedwith signs teaspoonful the Bqdct L ar ariitiig Wee Vogue with outline stitching i i S If You Are Going North If You Are Goina Souiw- if You AFO Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC I fb dt I LOuSViut r AS The Maximum of 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