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TlIfltTEEXTIl YEAlt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AFTERNOON NOV 14 1902 G I rlH C NTRAL RECORD NUZ1l3I I 1 ttti i f I Items of Local Interes 1 VL Miss Amanda Anderson has bough the West cottage on Lexington street below Dr Actons Price S950 Mi John Anderson brought us a tur nip almost as large as a washing tub It was a splendid specimen and de licious E Society will meet at the court house at usual hour Sunday eve ninir when Mrs Belle Burnside will lead Those who sent plates to the pie so cial can get same by calling at Jo store As there is no way to tell owners please call for them The Medical Society was entertain ed by the doctors at ICirksville Friday night and our local pillgivers say they were never more royally IMjfoii KII Turkey MiddlesOjro Herald W 1 Kinnaird gave an exhibition oC his at the turkey shooting by killing live out of six I In going to Cincinnati on the new trains youll have to change cars at Paris both ways You can go to Lex ington spend the day and get back home by 8 oclock Bowling parties are all the go now and if you want to entertain your friends make arrangements with the manager of the local alleys and you can have exclusive use for the evening Bro Wolf orcls meeting at Gilead is proving a great success Many have united with the church and the house is crowded at each service The will probably close this week Ed C Gaines as an advertisement gave away about 10 worth of flowers Saturday the most beautiful variety of roses and carnations ever brought to Lancaster lie takes orders for all kinds of choice cut llowers KdN Our Friend Stanford Journal Editor Landram announces that the Record will ap pear Friday afternoon instead of Thursday morning We prefer to have it Thursday but it is a case now of better late tnan never and we will have the pleasure of devouring the a day latter lords Plentiful The bird law expires tomorrow and hunters are getting their trappings really to exterminate all they can tine They tell us the crop is unusually large and that the birds are not so wild as usual The rabbit crop is ex ceedingly large but they are what Maj Jim Burnside calls po mans game Step on A few days since Mr II B cott the clever poultry man stepped on a rusty nail and was laid up for several days Saturday Mr Banks Hudson met with the same mishap sticking a large spike into one of his feet They quickly took every precau tion and no serious results are Time For Court The advertisement of a city print ing ollice has caused some confusion as to the time for holding circuit court in Garrard Mr W L Lawson our clever sheriff asks Till RKCOKD to call attention to the fact that court begins in Garrard on the 2nd Monday in March lid Monday in August and 4th Monday in November Cut this out and paste it in your hat Independent IMiuncM lot KIcIuiioiid The Richmond Register says the contract for the new phone system which was sold to Mr E Tutt Burnam at the October council meeting was read Thursday night before that body and was signed and delivered This assures the new system and now that all necessary papers have been signed work is expected to begin within the next few weeks be hero uoiiduy If your piano needs attention Mr W J Homer will be here Monday and will call and put the instrument in good shape It ruins a piano to let it stand out of tune and if you want to keep the instrument in shape so that it will be worth something have it tuned by an expert and it may save you considerable money should you wish to sell it Telephone this office and we will see Mr Homer for you Order a Primary I A special from Danville says the Democratic District Committee met there Monday morning to take final action regarding the petitions which have been circulated among voters of the district requesting that a primary election be ordered in the pending race for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney The candidates appeared before the committee and a majority of them united in asking for a primary The committee refused however to accede on the ground that a majority of the voters had not sign ed the petitions The convention will be held December 10 u The C s phs I entertained marksmanship North l 1 Tuesday meeting good paper Nails feared r will Clay Sutton ought of T J Hill of Lincoln county a bunch of nice 800 pound cattle at lets per pound Snow tor Tianl ivin Indiana weather prophet pre hens a twelve inch snow all over the central States Thanksgiving day A pary from Springfield O bought of C A Robinson 152 yearling cattle averaging about 800 pounds at 41 to 4 J It was the prettiest bunch sold in Garrard in several years li iul I One Richmond has two opera housesand we understand each has a show every night As the hustling city was nev er known to be hogish she might lend us one of em until Lancaster capitalists wake up and build another 1C IF Huiltliii in OaiiviUe Yes railroad construction has com menced in Danville but it happenes to be a lot of sidetrack the Southern is putting in As Danville is side tracked as to the South ern Extension the building aforesaid is quite appronnate A game of football will he played at Danville Wednesday to decied the state chapionship the race having dwindled down to Cential University and Kentucky University Much in teiest is felt as to the outcome and the game will be the warmest of the season For convenience of the visi itors game will be called at two oclock 50 in gold will be given as the prize at the Vocal Contest to be held in Stanford Thanksgiving evening The entertainment is attracting much and a big crowd will attend Thank You Boys Danville Advocate The Lancaster RECOUD has changed its date of issu ance from Thursday to Friday It is hard to see how the Recoup could be improved upon but if improvement could be made Louis Landram would be the man to discover the way Dr Hero Dr V II Hobson the dentist of Richmond was here Monday at the Mason hotel He has been ill for some time but is about well again lie will visit Lancaster the second in next month which will proba bly be his last visit until Spring Richmond Register The Harris Minstrels of Lancaster which at Shepherds Hall Kirksville November S was largely patronized and general satisfaction was given which was evidenced by the praise of every one so fortunate to be The Lancaster Prohibition Alliance will meet at Odd Fellows Hall Friday night the 21st at usual hour This organization should be encouraged by the citizens and if all lawloving people will become members and put their shoulder to the wheel much good will be accomplished Remember the time and date Good Mints WorK Deputy Marshal Mat Siler rounded up live boys for shooting pistols and six coons for playing craps Saturday night Mr Siler is one of the most diligent and painstaking ollicers we have ever had and the order now is perfect Mat plays no favorites a thing which is not always done in small towns Col Walton Buys auto We understand Col W P Walton has again taken charge of the Har rodsbur Democrat the latest owner Rev Dobbs having tired of the task and returned to the pulpit It is that Col W will continue the publication of the Democrat Altho heels over head in work on his splen did daily the Lexington Democrat he cant resist the temptation to hold on to country weekly Dr Sandlin To Leave Dr II G Sandlin has decided to go to Oklahoma and will leave for that hustling country within the next two or three weeks Dr Sandlin has made many friends during his stay in Lan caster who regret to see him leave but wish him unbounded success in his new field lie is a tine physician and and a clever gentleman For the pres ent he is residing in the Thompson property on Water st Will Enforce the City Council has detirmined to enforce the law requiring property owners to build sidewalks Lancaster has the poorest pavements of any town in this section and while the Council has on its fighting clothes we wish they would have some of the old walks repaired and put in good condition Keep up the good work gentlemen and dont weary in welldoing A large crowd witnessed the bow ling contest between Danville and Lancasterat Lancaster alleys night the home team defeating the visitors The local alleys are quite popular now many ladies visiting them daily There is no disorder and the hoodlum element is not allowed to I A n I i attention Imo son present Should L- aThe Contert the FrI- day come in completely Monday Yell Received exhibited ite Encouraged reported Howling Read our CourierJournal offer else where in this issue Sunday was a beautiful day and the people were out walking and driving all afternoon A great number of horigs are in the fattening pens patiently awaiting a cool spell to pass in their checks No arrangements have been made for Thanksgiving services but due no tice will be given next issue of Tin RKCOKD To go to Louisville on the new ser vice leave at f 50 a m make olose connection at Winchester and get into Louisville at 10 a m over the C rnd O Dave Collier the best section boss on the L and X is putting in a string of new ties at the depot He is doing much work on this section which is among the best the road has consid ering what he is given to work with account of the announcement of the Ladies of the Baptist church to conduct an exchange before Thanks giving the ladies Aid Society of the Christian church have deferred Ute opening of their exchange until Sat urday Dec 5 at which time it will be opened at the post ollice and conduct ed each Saturday until the close of the year and on Wednesday Decem ber 24 Harried lit Slanlord Mr Rowan Saulley and Miss Annie Bronaugh Engleman were married in Stanford Wednesday evening a large number of their friends witnessing the ceremony Immediately after the ceremony an elegant reception was tendered the happy couple at the resi deuce of the grooms father Judge M C Saufley THK RECOUD joins many Garrard county friends in extending heartiest congratulations David Copperlield The Ladies Aid Society has with Mr Barker of Chicago to render that favorite piece David Cop perfield at the court house nextMon day night Nov 17 This is one of his best monologue plays and the will be represented as true to life The moon will shine all night the house will be well heated and a large crowd will be in attendance Re served seats 50 cents at McRoberts general admission cents two front rows being reserved for children at 15 cents sisooffji COONS snei Danville Final and Only Platt to Get the Kallroad They flit as Usual Fall Down The old saying that a drowning man will grasp at straws is proving quite truew ith our sister city Danville in the railroad matter Ilerlastschemeis a peach sure Our grapevine service did some good work this week as it put us onto the little racket with which Danville hopes to knock the props from under Garrard The South ern through Mr Henry Spencer sup erintendent told the Danville people they could have a month we believe in which to get that right of way This time passed and no right of way and the matter drifted along Finally when asked by parties who opposed the Danville line he said Danville could have until Now 1st Well this passed and sonic of the hustlers on this side of the fence went on a tour of investigation What we learn comes from a private source but its reliable and about as follows A high mogul who thinks Danville the garden spot of earth has been using might and main for that town Now the peo ple over there have found they will not be able to get the right of way and as a final resort want the Southern to get trackage rights from Burgin to Danville over the Q C thou use the money they have collected and what they hope to get from Louisville toward securing the division ofthe Q C and Southern also Then when time extension is built to Jellico they will only have to buy four or live miles of right of way in Boyle county as the road would have to build on from there In this way and in this way alone can Danville get what she wants and you can bet your bottom dollar she is hustling for it The people of Burgin Harrodsburg and Lancaster are onto this DEEPLAID PLOT and when the time comes for final of the matter it will termi nate as THE RECOHD has always pre dicted the physical connection being made at Burgin and the extension will run via Lancaster If you have never pasted this our old stereotyped expression in your hat cut it out now and do so Will Ferguson or Jack Stormcs When a Lancaster man doth wish to angle A hook like this he loves to dangle lIe has a line so good and strong And catches a fish about so lung Before he gets home the fish doth grow And he tells licildow that it stretched out soft But Beddow who has been Knows that the man has lied like sin And hesimply sits and smiles and grins I you can Ladle I xc hall c- On J r arranged characters C settlement t afsaint Repairs on the Christian church are progressing nicely and the building will be a model of convenience and comfort wbon complete Tlie lte ult of It Some of the surrounding towns are clamoring fur connection with Lex ington by means of electric roads If they succeed in their desires they will soon wish they is if they want to keep business at home They would find interurban roads a great public convenience but Lexing ton would get nearly all the pie when it comes to selling town Times The Independents ML Vernon the joint meeting held in Louisville last week the Independent telephone people elected D L Pendlcton of Winches ter president of their State Associa tion James Maret of Mt reelected secretary and treasurer The Southern Indiana Association re elected their old ollicers G A Kienie president and E W Pickhart secreta ry and treasurer both of Huntington Indiana Here are some statistics from 38 towns and counties showing the rapid growth of the Independent companies in this State Capital invested 1902 2358 000 a gain of one trillion during past year Phones in use li224 a gain of 1452 Miles of toll lines 2000 a gain of 1100 In time same territory are 10500 Bell phones in use leaving the latter company with 5044 phones less than the Independents SOUle Will kHnul er The real value of rural telephones has been exemplified strongly in the case of one of our farmers who has in stalled a telephone in his house says the Winchester Democrat The lady of the house was talking to another lady along the line and during the conversation incidentally remarked that her only cat had lately died and asked the friend if she had a cat that she could spare Instantly there was a chorus of answers We have one we will give you You can get one at our house We have a few fresh ones and will be glad to give you one etc etc and the next morning the yard was full of cats Mural Be care ful what you say over the telephone Next Sunday The trains were not changed last Sunday as we were told they would be but information is now to the ef fect that they will be taken off next Sunday The new arrangement is not so bad when carefully studied but it is not as good as we had by a jug full The new trains are locals and stop at every station between here and Cin cinnati but they get you there in type to spend four hours and return the same day They will also put the Louisville Times and Post here the same day they are published reaching Lancaster about eight oclock Some of our people are continually of the L and N but if they will consider the location of Lancas ter and the amount of business here they will be bound to conclude that the road treats us exceedingly well in fact we should congratulate ourselves that we get as good service consider ing the fact that we are on a branch road away from the main stems If we didnjt have the L and ST we would be in a sweet kettle of fishsure Dont growl unless yon know what you are talking about How It Looks In Harrodsburg Democrat Mr Craig Ralston the bachelor editor of the Danville Advocate was here Monday and was asked by the Democrat what time limit the Danville people had in which to turn over the right of way from IIarrodsburg to Danville and if they held a century option on the Spen cer proposition a question which the Advocate dodged and Courier and News ignored lie said in substance that they had received only a verbal proposition made by Mr Spencer that that if they would secure the free right of way either for the western or eastern route from Harrodsburg that thin extension would be built but did not say when That Danville had raised a sufficient subscription to pay for the right of way on the eastern route a good deal of which had been collected and they are now waiting for the Southern Railway Company to make the next move They had options on most of the land on that route and the rest would have to be condemned The Danville people could not have land condemned nor could the Railway Company until it first had its charter amended He was then asked if the said charter amendment would not require Legislative action He skid no So according to the status of affairs as indicated by Mr Ralston and who seemed to be posted it is like ly to be quite an indefinite length of time before the extension is ever built from Harrodsburg to Danville and we advise the Burgin workers to push ahead the Burgin and Lancaster route and the whole of Mercer ought cooperate with them It appears that the Danville people have worked most diligently and faithfully and have successfully accomplished nearly all they undertook but have built their hopes upon a shallow foundation which IIarrodsburg Burgin and Lan caster might undermine by continued efforts and by exerting themselves with the same vim and energy which Danville has done hadntthat goodsGeorge SignalAt Vernon was Oct 1 complaining lIarrod bur secured V 0o o o J J R Haselacn b 875S a FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY I CO We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 O L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0 Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward o f O O O O O O O 6- o 0 0 0 00000000000000 LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER f YOU SHOULD SEE OUR LINE OF Boys Clothing Suits and Overcoats They are Uptodate in Style and MODERATE in PRICE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER II O O O O O S O S O S O S O O o 0 The Talk of the Town O O 000 i0 00 ot n to 0044Ov0000000a1OV00 6 Q 0 0 0 p is talking about em speaking words of praise only 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 of our store and wearing the good clothes sell If you want a certain colorplain or stripped Weve Got It If you want a light medium or hea vy weight Weve Got It If you want cotton marino all wool in fleece lined or ribbed garments Weve Got It If you want under wear at 25c to 2 the garment Weve Got It lo 10 Everybody fort to Q 10 oweo 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IWAGO GEAR nUEECUINGTRCES COLLARS I R 0 MAN S illELM fB WEJ lJfBii rnlrllrnflffBJ Rc N J CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Jast Office Lancaster Ky as ftconilCluss Mail Matter Lancaster Xy Nov i4 1902 THE Navy is short f77 otlicers and it has been suggested that power of appointing more cadets be given The Navy is the only plaee where young men can spend the best days of their lives qualifying themselves and not be kicked aside for political knownoth ings who are pushed to the front by politicians In the army the ollicers are shoved aside unceremoniously in order to give place to some fellows who dont know a rifle from a hoop pole and the latter are made to kill the bear after the regulars do the fighting A young man is for tunate indeed to get into the wavy but he is wasting his time studying at West Point In the Navy his hard work is appreciated but in the Army any old rednosed politician can be picked up and given position over those who have spent their best days at hard study Our advice to any am bitious young man is to get an ap pointment at Annapolis Merit wins there and political influence can not filch honestly won glories TILE organ is again cutting quite a figure in some churches members claiming that their souls will be for ever damned if they use an instru ment in helping to praise His holy name or words to that effect Of all the hobbles this is the biggest fool one of the day We believe a man can praise the Lord with a cornstalk fiddle provided he fiddles in the right spirit and uses the stalk to in some way assist in turning men from the error of their way It is hard to see how church members expect to bring sinners to Christ through the church when the flock is continually running oil on mouse tracks or fussing among themselves If the genuine oldtime religion dwelt in them there would be none of such tomfoolery DOWN in Covington the other day a was yanked up before court for charging a usuriousrate of interest The money man claimed be did so in the usual run of business we believe or some such excuse but he had to pay it back and double the amount Usual run of business is a great excuse Suppose some burglar would plead that he robbed and mur dered a man in the usual run of busi ness they would hang him The is the same in every respect as was offered by old moneybags the other day One law breaker is on a par with any other law breaker and both should be punished in the same manner TILE RECOKD congratulates Bro Charley Howard of the Hodgenville Herald upon his great success in the newspaper business Mr Howard is installing new presses folder type and a dozen other things which go to make up a firstclass office He is one of the best newspaper men in the state and a hard working noble gen tleman f in I I excuse actual fee nancier A TEACHER in a Lexington instructing a class in politics If he handles the gennine Lexington ar ticle the members of his class doubt less burn a rag during recitation hour PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT i s down South on a bear hunt If he any closer to the game than he did to Spaniards at Santiago old bruin will not fare very hard Geo Kincaid has bought the Arch Ross place Belle Scott sold a calf to J L Hutch ins for 12 John Lawson has bought the Thos Lawson farm Geo Miller sold seven fat hogs to L Perkins for 5 and 5 cents Mrs Merryman and daughter spent last Sunday at Mrs Lucy Worrells John Merryman has bought of the National Bank the farm adjoining A K Walkers for At the business meeting of the Good Hope church Saturday Rev Murrell was unanimously called for an undefi nite time Bro Murrell has greatly endeared himself to the church by the faithful manner in which he has workedProtracted meeting begins at Law sons Chapel the 17th and will about two weeks Mr and Mrs Dudderar spent last Sunday at Mrs Florence Cormneys Robert Archer of Hopkinsville is spending this week with the home folks Messrs Davis and Manning and Miss Dora Farris visited at S Archers Sunday Miss Ada Cook has just returned from a pleasant visit to the Misses Spangler- of Crab Orchard Robt Archer and sisters spent Sunday night with Miss Sudie Parks of Lowell Mr Leonard Nave and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father at Hiatts Aille Mesdumes Joe and Will Law son spent Sunday at W II Fnrrs STONE Mead Teater bought of Sid Hurt a farm for 850 Sam Mofford bought of Wm West a farm for 7GO L L Sanders bought of Kirby Teater a bunch of shoats at Gcts If you want to hear a good gospel just come to Scotts Fcrk and you will hear it There were between five and six hundred people gathered last Sunday night at Scotts Fork to hear the on the Women of the20th century Lewis Mitchell visited his father last week Miss Lena Covington of Jessamine visited Miss Pearl Sanders last week and attended meeting at this place Misses Pearl and Jewel Sanders entertained a large number- of their young friends Sunday Mr and Mrs R A Stone and two daughters of Lancaster attended meeting at this place and were the guests of Mrs M A Sanders Mr and Mrs Joe Hen derson were in our midst Sunday There is no cough medicine so as Foleys Honey and Tar taines no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure C C J E Stormes lm schools 1300 sermon sermon Iii popular It con lout get FLAT WOODS continue Handsome Enlarged Picture FREE Begining Oct 3 1 4 for SO days Sincerely believing that there is a distinct appropriateness about it we will give an enlarged picture 16 x 20 ready to every tombstone to the of 16 or more This is the same work you would pay an agent from 4 to 6 for Satisfaction guaranteed actual cost Garrard County Marble Works Shop next to Mason Hotel I I framedand hangwith value Parties HIT HKBKGS Dennie Scott sold nice mare to 1 A Duiicjii for 7i Mr Oiistott sold a horse to Eruseimis A lion price Si Mr Dennie Scott bought the farm of S G Vanderpool price 450 The maim halt and blind ventured out to the election Tuesday Sam Duncan sold his hemp seed to Chas Glass for 215 per bushel T W Montgomery sold to Colby fen kins seven shoats at Jets per lb Duncan Bros sold their hemp seed to Jessamine parties at 215 per bu Mrs J W Graham had a stroke of paralysis last week and remains very ill Mrs Peach ie Grow sold some nice heifers to Wm Rubles at 210 per hundred The protracted meeting which has been in progress at this place closed Wednesday night with three additions Mr Lewis Mitchel of Lexington spent last Monday with his sister Mis N T Grow Miss Xannie Bourne of Boones Creek spent last week with her cousin miss Mattie Onstott Mrs Frank GammonsofMercercounty spent last with her mother Mrs G A Bruce Mrs Rico Benge and son Henry of Danville were with Ellen and Jennie Graham Thursday and Friday Misses Sallie and Kate Johnson spent part of last week with friends and relatives in this locality Thus Norris and were the guests of Thos Montgom ery and family Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Gibson of Pulaski went to Stanford Sunday after a few days there she will return to her hour Samuel Duncan and wife attended preaching at Scotts Fork Saturday night and Sunday Messrs Nelson and Elmer McCIure of lIar rodsburg were in our midst Sunday JJIAXSE Rev McDowell of Whites Station tilled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday There was preaching at Fairview Sunday by Rev T T Roberts there will be services on the first and second Sundays Miss Alice Henderson who teaches in the graded school of Lancaster has been the guest of relatives here Miss Rebecca Secrest of Kirksville has been the attractive guest of Miss Jennie Wallace Mr Ike Arnold has returned from an extended trip through the West We trust he did not like it well enough to leave as it would be a great loss to give up such- a good family Married at the home of the brides parents Miss Ellen San ders and Mr Milbert Clark Boyle Doty has been visiting Benjamin Dunn of Bryantsville Will Crow Doty left for Hamilton Ohio Monday where he has a position as telegraph operator Mrs Belle Henderson was called to the bedside of her Ed Newland or Brodhead Mrs Newland is the proud mother of an eleven pound boy CARTERSYILLE Mrs A J Murrell and baby are ill of malaria fever at this time Mrs J B Carter has been very sick but is better at this writing- J T Allen is very sick at this time Nat Wilmott is here from Greensul pher visiting his daughter Mrs J T Allen J B Carter left for Louisville this week to lay in goods Quite a number of greeners were up Sunday from Poosey Ridge having what they called a nice time They must have thought no one lived here or it was Christmas times from the way they upand shooting It must have been the first time they were ever away from home ought to respect their Maker if not the people MAIIKSBURY T I Herring sold some clover seed to H A B Marksbury Son at 5 per bu The Ladies Aid Society met afternoon at the parsonage Mr Crank is preparing to erect a house on the land he recently from Mason Pollard Saturday is church meeting at the Fork All members are requested to ago Mrs H D Aldridge gathered some delicious ripe grapes They were the second crop on a vine that bore early in the summer The will of Miss Ruth Aldridge was probated last court She divided her property equally between her nephew James Aldridge and niece Miss Rose Aldridge who cared for her so in her last years II D Aldridge was appointed administrator Boyle Doty of Paint Lick spent night with his cousin Bennie Dunn Mrs Sallie Fox entertained a few friends Wednesday in her usual hospitable manner Mrs Miriam Peters of Lancaster is spending several weeks with her brother T I Herring Messrs Charles Burdett and M G Aldridge spent Monday in Lexington After pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs H D Aldridge Mrs J H Durham and children have joined her husband Dr J H Durham 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 you 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 r 1 I a Will t family Hal ej daughters at were cutting Anyone Thursday purchased presentA tenderly Saturday at Coalport a r Mesdames henceforth Monday S i I LIutclmis of ibis place avid iiiiirry Miss Lizic 1VIty of Madison romty Wedii sl jy congraUilut UM K TIll protracted inuoMngiit LhcMelll odist church is progressing nicely Rev Thurman is doing souse line preachingMrs is thought to be some betterA Thompson sold 21 mules last week for iO per head i L Hutch ins bought a calf from George Anderson for SK5 W IT Brown bought sonic nice cat tlc in Rockcastle last week George Brown sold some nice hogs to L K Perkins for Gc J P Ballard bought about 20 hogs for 5c E Hutchins of Knox county has been spending a few pleasant days vis iting his children and friends J II Tucker attending meeting here Sunday Mr Will Lawrence and family of Gilberts Creek were visiting Mrs Holtclaw Sunday James Pettus and wife were visitiing their mother last week IJUEXA YISTA A T Scott has been appointed master at this place J T Wilson re signingAn is being made to Iron nect this place by telephone with three adjoining counties We have long needed a telephone at this place Miss Bessie Bolton a pretty senior at Caldwell College recently spent a few days at home Miss Lee Terrill has returned from a visit to or at Preachersville Dr Acton eon sin of Dr J M Acton of your city is thinking of locating here A good physician is needed here Mrs J F Ruble is ill with feve M iss Pearl Ruble who has been in your city un der Dr Kinnairds treatment has re turned home Ilollis RansdeH who went to Richmond to work in the cooper shop has moved his family to that city Frank Preston and rain ly have moved to Nicholasville On the morning of the Mth of Octo ber death broke the happy family circle of Mr Wm Christopher and claimed the dearest treasure the wife and mother For many years Mrs been an invalid but suffering served only to chasten and beautify her character and to make her keenly sympathetic with all distress No murmur or bitter complaint fell from her lips but every ill was borne with remarkable fortitude She was born in Monroe county Mo Nov 10 1814 At the age of twentythree she was married to Mr Christopner of Buena Vista Ky anti it was at this village that the greater portion of her life was passed In 1S72 she united with the Pleasant Grove Christian church To the husband daughter anti sons hearts go out in sympathy but they are not as those who sorrow without hope She still lives in deeds of love and mercy and both the beautiful de notion of her family and the high of her friends declare that life for her has not been in vain As a cloud of sunset slow melting in heaven As a star that is lost when day light is given As a glad dream of slumber which wakens in bliss She hath passed to the world of the holy from this A FKIKXD J W Dismukes has sold a farm to Marshall Scott for S550 Rev Cruni Overstreet the pastor of the Presbyterian church is holding a series of meetings here J W Scott sold to J Knight of Nicholasville 37 head of twoyearold cattle at 4ic average 1100 Ibs uiiOKTANT ivs I AIMK CIIN K Henry Vnterxon Courier foiirual Au nounce a New Volley Decades the Louisville Courier Journal has stood unalterably and conspicuously before the public as the representative of the great com monality of the people against both the Robber Baron seeking through the accretion of illgot money to steal away the peoples liberty by stealing awav their franchise rights and the ready tool of the Robber Baron the bandit politician masquerading as a States man and a patriot the better to serve of his master In fulfilling this function it has sometimes had to go fast and sometimes to go slow sometimes to cry onward and sometimes to cry halt sometimes to drive at the root of things and some times to drive ahead butt never chang ing the directions of its movement and and always true to the underlying principle of its being expressed by the simple demand for The Greatest Good to the Greatest Number With tlae advent of the New Year that is on tha first of January IJOJ the CourierJournal began a campaign from which it looks for commanding results and the better to reach the objects it has before it the twicea week edition returning to the old Weekly CourierJournal which for a quarter of a Century was literally a political bible to millions ot Ameri cans who knew they could trust both its prescience and its The new Weekly CourierJournal is modern in every respect aqj3 is a pa per for the home It is issued every Wednesday and its ten or twelve eightcolumn pages are filled with the best work of the best writers The price of the paper is 1 a year in ad vance and it is well worth it By a special arrangement with the publishers of the CourierJournal you can get that paper and the CENTUAL one year for only 1 50 f IPUjH 1tEnSrlLf j p I I was exist her broth I I I I t DuringThree the high disinterestedness R coup et yI1L hale Mrs tee Chad esteem Is the dressiest and one of the most popu ar overcoats worn this season An accepted Amer S L ican standard of not made merely good enough but particularly ft well and 1 MAZE I TO MEASURE I ONLY by the Royal Tailors of Chicago See the latest 1 Royal designs In swagger business and i semidress suits Royal M tailoring is square tailoring it makes friends Give us your patronage win your friendship I fashion n i made overcoats andwell We have the exclusive local sale of Royal tailoring It is a money saving proposition to all dont the satisfaction part of it we insure that see over five hundred of the newest widest range we have ever shown J Ji worryabout Calland fabricsthe HEMPH1LL Agent Lancaster Ky j3v iii j I 3 The undersigned hereby give warn S to all persons not to trespass upon j our lauds fur purpose whaterer as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the F Embry Price Bros Ed X B Price George Leaven Dove Thompson WS Ferguson 1 M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahaii V A Lear ijobt Gulley Family disputes are things that ought to be all in the family Yes said the curtain hanger J put up at some of the best hotels Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all drug stores They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed by con sttpation as is often the case with pills I Regular size ic per box all lm The pickpocket is never a success mi til he gets his hand In Thirteen By sending 13 miles Wm Spirey of Walton Furnace At got a box of liiicklens Arnica Salve that wholly cured a horrible lever Sore on his leg Nothing else could Positively cures Bruises Felons Ulcers Eruptions Boils Burnt Corns and Piles j HfC Guaranteed by 11 E MeKoberLs Lancaster and Fish Co s drug store Paint Lick lm Surgeons dont always laugh when they are dissecting funny bunts Startlliijj Hut Trii If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes II 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 Sets at 3 E E Mclloberts Lanoaster and Fish drug store Paint Lick lm i The cashier isnt always satisfied even with a paying position Steppe Atralnst i Hot Stern A child o f Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him The child was in great agony and his moth er couln do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamberlains Balm in the house she she would try 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 lm Burglars have not right to steal into a photographers shop anti take pictures lleuclit Ladles Aid So I tr 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 not 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 a voting contest and other feat ures introduced Tickets erts at 50 cents general admission 35 cents children 15 cents The moon will rise at 7 oclock and shine all night td2t I hauling fishing or any f it it J Itnl A Rearlry Clay Wm Lear TJ Alex Sutton it L r Jlhmsburv W rs P M P I I I Onl D Cos I severely ain thou ht si at McRob PAST EIJ I 1 law- S Dtts LludersctR Sutton C liruaddus Wet11 3 Jel1y larva J White Druggist intact C r TflE 011RT6UTti t The season has for S Painting and Papering arrived Purest brands of Varnishes Brashes Etc I PAINTS and OILS Handsomest line of we have M l S I S showD l w L P Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug FE a as E On Danville Street Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store Headquarters For New line of It O Just Received Ve can save you money on Physicians Prescriptions Bring them to us M M M M M M M u 0 0 Drug Store o 2o r t1 tl b JjJ O J Jl N 1 I 2 o 2 a 0 o 2 o 2 0 0 n t t t t t tWe Can Supply Your Every Want l Store- s o00vOvO OCO OCrOe O Qv OvOv Ov03 030 OvOvP O 0 PahitsIass3t 1 0 WYW L Y v 0 O oc o ooo o ono oCa a a ooooofa a o t- It Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators t 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 HALlkEiu iv Successors to J M I t i t t t iI SON Higginbotham tu t It t 0 tr r STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at 1C F POTTLES Hardwrrc store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES jJtif rJ j 0 0 070 7 T01 r00 70y yf n CON ESi r2 or t t S W B Denny Frank Pierce Win lloyston 1 II Ruble W II Cook Ell Walker 1 A Sanders F White 1 H J M Sag 1 n nunn JCFox Jas II Dunn IT CArnold 10 lU- Brif SS at goer 0 1 ll 3m2 1i2 Sv 47a 1l 9 T S Robinson A R Denny Counting Comtec- Robt Kinnarcl HANDSOME MILLINERY fi We are showing the handsomest jj line of Fall and Winter Millinery ever shown in Lancaster Call and inspect j our line of Hats We will save you money i 3 D f fl iE a 3jj j 1 3 3 g 1 0 00 10 l 000GL08 00 080i ijIItmfrlf fr1i1h1m mJffi 1IIi I i I Noel Sisters UJll1DJij l1JIJlllii lJUIlJrn lUIUliffi lIJll1JID fJJIQlIIDillDWID rnD1IID1l1nrlIIDn1i ilu JW11LlJ jC A I 22 Iii T ftllffltflTh1I t 1 Gossip About People veNe e A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Vc Are Interested In Miss I lla Dunn has returned to Mrs Iluey of Stanford visited Mrs J E Wolford Friday Mr Toe Faulconer Jr has accepted a position in Middlesboro Miss Margaret Tomlinson at luncheon Tuesday Mrs Denton of Somerset is visiting her sister Mrs Wll Kinnaird Miss Minnie Therigo of Nicholas vine is visiting relatives here Herbert Kinnaird is down in the mountains working insurance Miss Sue Woods and Mr Jack Rout of Stanford were visitors here Sun day Mr Alex Francis has accepted a po sition as clerk in Lancaster Grocery storeMr John Lackey has accepted a po sition in Mr K F Posters hardware storeMrs Hannah Harris of Crab Orch ard was the guest of Mrs William GeorgeMr T Williams has returned from a visit to his parents at Camp hellsville b Miss Joe lichen Maret leaves next week for Orlando Florida to spend the winter A splendid likeness of Mr Win II Wherritt appeared in Saturdays Cou ricr Journal Mrs Blankcnship of St Charles Missouri is visiting her brother Mr W J Romans Danville Xews Mr Ed Gaines of BAHAMAS APPLES 1 and Fruits too numerous tu il mention T line is complete fline for Christmas ever in the city 4 line is 4 EVAPORATED goodsPeachesPrHiies Figs Apples Raisins Currents i Etc 3 Anything in thisJ line Just call 4 at the GOOD GROCERY polite clerk J W Simpson L to wait on you H M Ballon l t f f f j f r j 1 T f T Y J I T Y 4 4 J b n v Bro hea r ORANGES l t CANDY GROCERY CEREALS A entertained r 1 r 1 I 1 1 Tevis Thompson John Hourne 1 13 Robinson J no K Parks A K Walker Robt Burton Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold 1 Y Robinson Frank Holt claw L V Warner O T Layton Walter Casey tj jj I lS n j la 1 C J 0l 11 ji r0S r 17 15 Guile 1 1 I s j Lancaster was in Danville Sunday Mr 0 W Shngars of Lancaster is in town todayI Mrs George Robinson and children j have been visitors of Mrs W E Walk er Richmond avenue I Sirs W II Bake and sonMaster Her old of Springfield Ohio are visiting her father I Mr J E Stormes the fisherman was in one day this week renew ing old acquaintances Mrs Cleo Brown and Mrs Williams of Stanford were visitors of Mrs E Stormes the Past week Sirs Tom Stevens and family left Saturday for Windsor Ma where they will make their home R II Batson mind Jut Smith preaching at Freedom Sunday and were guests of Mr T V Bradshaw Mrs W 0 Bradley and daughter Miss Christine left Monday to spend several days shopping in Cincinnati Middlesboro Record A M Kin naird was ordained deacon of time First Presbyterian church last Sunday mor mng Miss Anna Padgett of Dixon Ten nessee has returned home after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Dr Acton Mrs James Lcavell and daughters Misses Joe lichen and Madie Lee Mar et spent Saturday with Arnold Paris Democrat Mrs John Baugh man of Lancaster is a guest of Mrs Lyttleton Purnell and Mrs Duncan Taylor Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Mr mild Mrs T 15 Long and Mr and E Stormes at dinner Mon lay evening V Mrs Fox has taken possession of her home on Lexington street Dr Sand din has rented the Thompson property on water street Mr Fred Kempcr and family have moved in their new home on Water street The house they vacated has been rented by Mrs Mary Miss Lixzic IJefixley of Crab entertained Misses Annie Austin Florence Harris and Messrs Dave and Will Walker Saturday and Mrs Jacob Joseph who underwent very successful operation while in Cincinnati was able to come home this week Her many friends are re joiced over her recovery In attempting to board a moving train at Kicholasville Mr Brown Co gar lost his footing and was dragged some distance before the train could be stopped tearing the Hesh from his left leg below the knee into time bone He his suffered much pain but no permanent injuries will result Our good friend Baylor Jennings who is residing at Waterford Kyhas been in Garrard several days visiting his old friends He rate health and tells he is enjoying him self very much He says he would rather miss a meal than miss a copy of his home paper and expects to take TIlE RECORD as long as he lives Mt Vernon Signal Fish the Paint Lick druggist and partner of the firm of Fish Smith lumbermen was here one day last week looking up more business for his firm J W Smith of Paint Lick of time firm of Fish Smith who owned the farm 40 years ago now owned by Mrs Mahala Jones near Pine TIm He is a grand son of General Smith who owned and lived on theold Jim White place north of town and the biggest portion of lands around Mt Vernon la W B Jarvis I attended I hiss entertained opc Orchard Sunda is S I town Itch Mrs J Scc iii lint C 5 fc or of gj Mr Win Collier Is at home with hi parents James CoMIorand wife Iss Mary Grimes s vMiing friends in Stanford it Mr Win Wan and family of Me Creaiy has rented the Ward property on Lexington avenue Miss Leslie Dunn of Richmond has been visiting Miss Carrie of Bryantsville Mr Wm Collier is expected this j week for a visit to his sister Mrs Joe Robinson Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson have returned from a visit to their ji sister Mrs Tom Browning of Lcxing ton i Mr and Mrs Tanner of McKinney art visiting their slaughter Mrs W K Shugars Mosdames Len Bruce and Dodd Pope of Boyle visited Mrs Jas Icy Wednesday Mrs D M Lackey entertained Wed nesday evening in honor of Miss Mar tha Hume of Lexington Mrs J S Johnson and children visit ed relatives and friends in Richmond ycsterdav Tilr J M Logan has just returned from the East where he has been buying more goods for the Logan Dry Goods Co Mrs AV R Cook is spending a few days with Mrs Ernest Sprague and Mrs T B Wintersmith in Louisville Attorney AV McC Johnston was in Louisville on legal business this week Mr J B Carter was on Wednesdays train returning from a business trip to Louisville Rev Jra orders his copy of Tin RKCOUD sent to Granite and says he has located in a tine town pretty country good schools plenty of land for the homeseeker anti thinks he has struck the right place in every respect Our young friend George Harris is working as assistant agent for the L X at Stanford While in that city Wednesday we heard a gentleman say Thats one of the most accommoda ting boys I ever saw Hes always at work is cheerful in answering the ny questions asked him attends to his own business and is an allround good As George is a Lancaster hug it made us feel good to hear him spoken of way It is with much regret that we note the departure of Mr and Mrs T B Long who left today for Clinton Mis souri to take charge of the leading hotel in that thriving city Mr Long was on a trade for the Reed House in Lexington but as an estate sisals be settled up before possession can be given he decided to accept the Clin ton otfcr He had the refusal of six eight places but preferred to stay in Central Kentucky Those who stopped the Garrard said in unmistakable words that and Mrs Long ran the best hotel they ever stopped at and wondered how they kept such bountiful tables here in the country The Garrard was the pride the Lancaster people and as we have stated several times time town could get along better without any other institution than that hotel Mrs Lung are held in the highest esteem by our people and it is with deep regret they are given up They had ninny disadvantages to overcome when they took the Garrard time for mer landlords bad management hut ing injured the reputation of the house and many Lancaster people ad ding their tall against it made the undertaking a burdensome one The immense popularity of time Garrard the last year shows how successful the new management was and how the people became attached to them and to tIC house AVhile it is quite prob able that a new house will be erected the Spring yet Long could not well wait eighteen months to get back into business so accepted the Mil place They tape with them hest wishes of our people who trust they may yet return and make their home with us The tickets to the monologue play next Monday night are so printed that the holder can vote for the best Dry Goods merchant the best lawyer and the best doctor The votes will be counted and announced from the stage The ladles have prepared to make this one of the most attractive entertain ments ever given in the city Reserve scats f0 cents at McRoberts general admission 55 cents children 15 cents 3IAGAXIM TJIIUTY YKAKS The Christinas Jleccmber Number 01 tin Delineator IN also flesh Aiinlverwyry Xiiinbvr To do justice to this number which for beauty and utility touches the highest mark it would be necessary to print the entire list of contents It is sullicicnt to state that in it the best modern writers and artists are gener ously represented The book contains over JO pages with 4 fullpage illus trations of which 20 arc in two or more colors The magnitude of this December number for which 728 tons of paper and six tons of ink have been used may be understood from the fact that 91 presses running 14 hours a day have been required to print it time binding alone of the edition of 935000 copies representing over 20000000 sections whIch had to be gathered by human hands Would yOU call the little Esquimau a warm baby If the shears could talk they would be likely to make cutting remarks I 1J I I Bear Parton mil a t 11 r tin r then OLD the Ihlr f r t in- divIdually J i Irotllcdell 3 Ohm C low this dl rand 1t sour Emectlort yon If we give Dry and see of Logan Dry Good Co have on hand one of the largest Storks of Cloaks and Furs in Central Kentucky and they are selling them cheaper than can buy the same class of goods elsewhere It Dont toil to see our line of Clonks Furs The Logan Dry Goals Co It you have It Cloak or Fur to buy will show you a large variety and you lov prices It I If you have anything to buy in the Millinery Hue call to see The Logan Goods Co they have nice stocks low prices Jt An Rent In ncmaml TIc was cutting an item a news paper It how ahouse was robbed and I want to sJiow it to my wife lie ex plained What good will that do a friend inquired A whole lot was the reply Yon this house was robbed while tho man was at chUrch with his wife Say exclaimed time friend havent giot a duplicate copy that paper have vou Chicago llc i pc lco l i Although Ills salad days are oer i He courts it not a blessing For he has found to his clsinay He still must take the dressing Ally Sloper SUMJAVSC1100I ASTUOXOMV I i I veIls 60 excitedly lost t i1 Iii fI f f rom 1 you Li j Wr t V AR jjv Sx i gill f j the to she do Sunday School Teacher Xow can anyone tell me who made the Milky way Tommy It was the cow that jumped over the moon Milwaukee Sentinel An Unfortunate IJftUit The man who kicks because he must i Be ever active In affairs Fine when he has a grievance just He has to quit for co oce Washington Star Si tcrR Do you dye your hair Jones asked the irrepressible brother Certainly not Tommy was the re ply fiat why did you akCau e answered the youthful ter ror your hair is block said she guessed you were horn lighthead ed Detroit Free Press 3Iicrob Mini Is Mr Fosse much afraid of Well I should say he washes the antiseptic gloves he wears in an antiseptic fluid before he even handles sterilized glass that contains the boiled and filtered water he intends drink Baltimore Herald A Crusher Mrs Richmond What do you do when your husband talks about his mothers cooking Mr Ironxlx rough I merely ask him to explain why so many of his family are dyspeptic Chicago American A Common Complaint Maud has a most wonderful power of imagination thats the very last tiling I should have given her credit for Oh its quite true I assure you actually fancies that shes good looking Ally Sloper Xot n Free Moral Mrs Powers Ilczckiah if you were live all your life over again and it came to the matter of choosing a wife you think you would choose me Mr Powers submissively doubt about it Maria provided you me Richmond Dispatch liifriilliii Why i she wad at him Be didnt pretend when she intro diced him to her son that he could hardly believe she was old enough to be the boys mother Chicago Record Herald Hinli mill Inn Magistrate Did I understand you to say that the parties used high words Witness Yes your worship their voices were unusually high and their language was extremely low Glas Evening Times s w I cant r little ter microbes gauze I 2 11 1 t c Cite ands Really Agent goo e I Baiuess and Bargains For Sale New cotton sacks for clo ver seed 11 A B Marksburv Son Wanted Clover timothy Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price 11 A JI Marksbury Son A live roust cottage on Lexington street Apply to 1 F Robinson at National Bunk AVc will exchange coal for good corn Williams Coal Yawl lane grass seed for sale H A B Marksbury ft Son 1 nitre for sale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed 025tl J F Robinson I aiid tin Smile Fiftylive terns of lercod land at Marksbury Ky E ilarlau s25tf To The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my otlice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why pub it oil Respectfully Slltf W L Lawson Sheriff Fii rni lift Sulc Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Xy H D Ald 28tf Help the church by going to the court house next Monday night 17th where you will hear music and witness a monologue play which is recom inendad by the press throughout the country Seats are selling rapidly OrcheMra The Ladies Aid Society of theChris flan church has engaged this splendid orchestra to furnish music ut the court house next Monday night when Davit Coppertield will be played by one versed in Monologue productions Seats reserved at McRoberts Xotlce of Smile Collection I will sell beginning Monday Nov 17th at private sale household fur niture to wit Rockers table chairs tables carpets bedsteads washing machine china closet and all house hold ellects Swing buggy one ood safe sofa etc etc I also request all parties owing me to call and settle My temporary residence after the 18th will be time Thompson property ou Water street opposite Owen Rfcneys It II G Sandlin We will run one grist mill on Titcs fays of each week so if you want process mel bring in your corn on that day Please dont forget the day ST Leave Co 16tf STIJATKD From my place on Sep tember22nd a black boar with white face weight about 200 Ibs Inform leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded It A Stone the i i l reiieui A colored citizen propounds this question to the Demo cntt What is the nioml difference bc tween negroes playing a social gsnne of caps or seven up for a wager of ci gars or treats and euchre clubs play ing for prizes The police make the difference of snatching the niggers up and getting them heavily tined in the police court the newspapers herald the prize winners at cards give their names in words of praise and make a big society item of it Kow why is this thus Well we will glee as our reply to this puzzle what we heard loy say once in his charge to the grand jury It was in substance as follows It is the duty of the grand jury to investigate card playing and any per sons who play progressive euchre for a wager or prize or anything of value are equally as liable to an indictment trial conviction and punishment as are persons who gamble at poker or other games of chance e I I 4 Jrtl Ht i i 1 German lfur Int per bbl lax acr t ion o2tf no Good Lutcat tcr hat Harrod bmg 4 44 S C atL75 ridge Sotlee told f 11 f midge S11tf a ROGERS STAINFLOOR FINISH I No Slieilac No No VaxI1 Easily AwIirO hanl over nitiht Imitates Hardwoods 1arfectly t I U C fr f wnnl t kvi Rogers Finish Frisbies Drug Store Staini1lJ Fuw fl ttJno opoI1II Oil Drip nth tt nroor s b t Hint Got No Or are satisfied with the one you have Do you want to make a change Then take advantage of the Low Roundtrip Homeseekers or OneWay Settlers Rates offered by the The Worlds Fair Line To the WEST and SOUTHWEST Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21St 1903 Ask Us For Rates GEO GABBETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLLE KY t 1 rt i r r 1 iZy l JJ You HomeH you louisville Henderson Stlouis Ry t 4 T of Old papers for stile tf Lnnv Miller l olllco ITIouiii loIIHK Km broidery I am now prepared to lessons in Mount Mellicfc Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue We hove on hand for immediate de livery Potts patent Putts favorite Potts Prklc of Madison ai fine lof of shipstuir meal Graham chicken teed Any old thinK turned out by a firstclass mill Putts IJros no1 ltf We are In business to please the Get a suck of Potts Hour and if not satisfactory register your kicks with us Putts Bros no14tf We know darn near everybody and darn near everybody knows so dont be afraid to your orders with us Potts Bros no14tf You are up against the real thin when you buy Putts Hour Cse Pot PotsPutts Flour no1ltf Use the Standard Putts Flour We are turning out about 5000 lbs Hour per day have no trouble in disposing it Try a sack and learn why no14tf Potts Bros Good Hour is pleasing bad flour a nuisance Get Potts and be pleased no14tf Every merchant of any consequence sells Potts Hour no14tf For Thanksgiving weddings fu nerals or any occasion let Ed C dispatch your order 1113tf i have a nice assortment of jardi which will be sold cheap 1 keep constantly on hand a full line of crockery at prices that cannot be equaled Mrs Singleton Lexington street nlltf Fox the photographer Friday Dont forget Fox the photographer will be hero Friday Take of the pretty wea timer and have your pictures tattle while artist comes lie will be here Friday ITIoiicy 1 Lout 38000 on approved real estate for a term of years J P Duty Lancaster Kentucky no14iit1 We lucre no tales to draw cns turner We glee good values you stet your moneys worth consequently trade with us again J Joseph Come see the handsome line of win ter hosiery and shut at J Josephs All town taxes not paid by Novem her lth will be advertised in the CKXTKU RKCOUD tumid the property sold As this will add the cost and penalty you will du well to earl at the Circuit Clerks addict and settle before that time Dont say you been given fair warning uov t S Rothwell We some beautiful cloaksland it yon here not made your fall mir Chase see us J To know of the prosperity and un equalled inducement in the Southwest Illustrated pamphlets Indian Terri tory Texas Old Mexico Win ter Tours Trade Follows the Elag etc will be sent free by writing BAICKEK Tkt Agt MKTRy f20 Wainwright Bids St Louis I have a pretty line of Jardiniers suitable for presents They are nice for keeping flowers in the howls Call at my home on Lexington street and and see then They are very cheap Mrs Singleton tf 1Iise Turkeys fur Sale I have a few extra nice bronze tar keys which will be sold at reasonable prices They are extra good ones J M Iliatt Ky 11 tf Lost Ladies goldrimmed glasscsbetween Catsups store and Mrs Reids on Richmond street Return to this of flee AS VI ICTIM IJTTIKS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post otlice unclaimed weekending Nov 1102 Miss Thursy Anderson Robert Pur dett Nellie Brown Sirs Leuisa Ed wards Mrs Nannie Grunts Mr Tom Reid Millard Charley Smith Wilson Mr Cloyd Hamilton If called for say advertised Wm West P M 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 II Ward novG3t Went Beginning Nov 1st 1902 and con tinning to April 1903 the Frisco will sell homeseekers tickets from St Louis to points m 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 lit erature rates or other information write H I McGuire T P A 407 Walnut St Cincinnati or T Stuart Taylor T I A 121 Main st Evans tf I A a CORD give people I I U glace IJoueri IlnUcro 1lnUcr I Jox the liual Notice D have Joseph alItI JIl S Genl PISS irs John C Lo nail System ville Znd I I i tines milers advantage haven 31uttLic lies lath Johnson 11 r t Caital Weber Farm Wagons Best On EarthS- old and Warranted by WEEKLY HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday and Gaines Brothers Courier Iorna1 A YEAR Best So IAL REFORM Best Editorials Best Political Articles B t Stories v Best Miscetany Pictures Best Book Reviews Best Poetry Childrens Pi e Best Home Sews Lest Condensed Xews Best Market Reviews Best of Everything COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement You Can Get The CENTRAL RECORD and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 15O for CASH itlMcriptlons only Alt jubsiriiPtions muter this offac mnst be sent through THE KKCOItD otllctt AVorin I e tr tyed Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly a healthy condition of the body where worms cannot exist l5c at R E McRoberts drugs store lm Entomologists do not classify kiss with kissing bees KfaiitlrnI Clear Rerbine exerts a direct influence on the bowels liver and kidneys purify lug and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal of health thus removing a cause of yellow motley greasy skin and more or less of pimples blotches and blackheads 50c at R E McRoberts druggist lm Not a church entertainment the steeplechase A liing rou Mouth This is the mouth of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch cold easily Find yourself hoarse with a have handy a bottle Ballards Ilore hound Syrup J A Anderson 54 West 5th St Salt Lake City writes We use Ballards Ilorchound Syrup for coughs and culls It gives im mediate relief We know its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to induce other people to try this plearantandetlicient remedy 50o and 8100 at R E McRoberts drug lm Do you know the full meaning of time word drunk Folcys Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs substitutes C C J E Stormes lm Coal bins Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J E Stormes lm The life will go right when the of conscience is adjusted to the of Christ A Startling Surprise Very few could believe injooking a T Hoadley a healthy robust of Tilden Ind that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change follow ed his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles wholly cured me he writer and I have not felt a twinge in over year They regalate the Kidneys purify the blood and cure Neuralgia Nervousness improve digestion and give perfect health Try them Only 50c at R E McRoberts druggistPaint REFORM MOCtL RlFOIJl Best This i lowbintltloa condition common c gist Refuse barrensthe leys compass fJ C Rheumatism IaviNva inc skies annoying3 G Ft Pohir star blacksmith vJif Is a delight to the mother She loves to watch his sports in which she is too weak to join and she glories in his jj strength although the price of it is her weak and invalid mothers if women would only realize the value of proper E preparation for maternity g Thousands of mothers who have used in i anticipation of the babys coming state that it gave great physical ease and B comfort during the period of waiting J SfiU g ilbg I r own weakness There would be fewer Dr PIerces Favorite Prescription 1 Fynj ilraL 4The and made the babys advent practically j W painless Prescription gives the mother strength to K give her ps I will endeavor to tell you of the benefits I have derived from tak j R ing Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Mrs B E Robertson of Med ifcine Lodge Barber Co Kans In the fall of 1899 I was expecting to be fa i Kt I ached all over Suffered with awful bearingdown pains I was threatened for weeks with mishap A lady friend told me to use Dr mcdicines to She had taken them and a new woman I began using the Favor gj 2 ite Prescription and took four bottles before my baby came two I suffered almost death with my other two children but hardly re te J alized that I was sick when this baby was born and she weighed twelve and Sj B onequarter pounds She is now eleven months old and has never known K an hours at present she weighs thirtyseven M pounds I owe it all to Dr Pierces Pre rCW I U favorite come a mother andsuffered terribly with pain in the back fact i afterwards slckn scnpuon J Favorite Prescription makes weak women a strong sick women well Accept no substitute 8 for the medicine which works wonders for weak women The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 p large pages in paper covers is sent free on of twentyone onecent stamps to pay ex p pense of mailing only Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo N Y u I1 r q TWiqruOQlJl q 1 receipt For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson SlStf Milk is heavier than water In di luted milk the water will largely rise to the surface Thus 100 gallons of average new milk will weigh as heavy as 1002 of water Separated milk will weigh more than whole the higher weight fat is abstracted from the former The squealing hog is not making money The contented grunt is the best hog music The famous herd of twentyfour jacks and thirtyeight jennets to Mrs I S Shelby of Madison Asleep Amid Flames Breaking into a blazing home some liremen lately dragged the sleepirg in mates from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do it Dr Kings Xew 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 most stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy by R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick Price 50c and SI 00 Trial bottles free 1m county Ky was sold at Richmond and brought SS10 Corn is the great hog feed Clover in summer rape and pumpkins in fail roots in winter but corn any time At GOc per bushel hogs are not so like ly to get too much of it It is estimated that there will not be onethird as many turkeys to mar ket this fall as is usually the case This means a good price for other knids of poultry German farms occupy nearly 1000 s ClovcrSeed milk since belonging I I suffering over 20000000 coffee trees are planted- R iST Radcliff has sold to T F of Woodford county 2 yearling sugar mules The price paid was 115 eachThe beds of peas in Colorado include as many as 2000 acres and there is one bed exceeding in size 2jOO acres Mr Henry Richardsonof near ville Ky sold a pair of 4yearold mules to a Bowling Green buyer some days ago for 205 Alfalfa is coming to the front as a hog feed in the West Hogs can be For A ISuil Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Cough Remedy to loosen and re lieve it and to allay the irritation and inflammation of the throat and lungs For sale by all Druggist 1m Even when running away from a disease you may catch it Prescribe It Many broad minded physicians Foleys Honey and Tar as they have never found so safe and reliable a remedy for throat and lung troubles as this great medicine C C J E Stormes 1m 4 Rest Liniment on Earth I M McIIany 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 bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment used it and got to more bottles It cured me and I havent felt any since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment 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 1m wintered on Alfalfa hay out a little corn helps it a heap Ever notice how a little corn helps most any hog feed A disease has broken out among the cattle in the neighborhood of Magan in Ohio county which is believed to be anthrax Eleven head have died on three farms and many more have been attacked The farmers are afraid j j OOU acres nt Central mericaun I Duncan sometimes 8 Chamberlains lh pl lulls prescribe rheumatism relief rheumatism rheumatic drugstore whir 9 Chis Il OLD PEOPLEDo not always receive the sympathy and attention which they deserve Their are regarded as purely imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their time of life Disease and infirmity should not always be associ ated with oldage The eye of the gray haired may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of his younger and more vigorous companions grandsire Good Bloodis the secret of old age for it regulatesand controls every part of the body strengthens nerves makes themuscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but whenthis life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health sustainelements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resultingpremature old age and disease Any derangement of the quicklyshows itself in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesomegrowth upon the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almostconstant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities ing in S S S being purely vegetable is the safest and hest blood purifier for old people It does not shock or hurt the system like the mineral remedies but and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the when all fdebilitatedorgans bodiailments disappear S S S is just such a tonic as old people need toa weak digestion arid tone up the Stomach If there is any us about your case and let our Physicians advise and helpyou This will cost you nothing and we will mail free our book on bloodand skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga Of Course You Want Hie Best To the Latest Creations andSwellest styles in MILLINERYCall on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the correct and prices No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT Ej i U ij j x j j j j Jl improve SwillWrite fully r rn rn rn im her I i edl lo Uriuli the circt s s Hid they are lowed to lie where they die John Brophy sold 300 barrels of corn in the Hold to Wonuill at 22y G C Thompson dulivere yonrlu to Paris 10 Im s sold iL 7j per cwt Simon Weil purchased I vo loads of 1100 pound cattle of Harry Holt at ujc L Joseph has and shidped the following export cattle Of John Woodford 5 i head av erasing 1575 pounds of Brooks Clay 50 averaging 1500 of J Redman i5 averaging lf2i These cattle wrote bought at 8550 Paris Kentuckian A writer says experiments in and in computing the of eggs show that if no for labor one dozen eggs can be pro duced at a cost of about six cents for food or about half a cent per egg If all the food allowed to hens was into eggs the profit on a dozen of eggs would be large even when prices are very low but much depends on whether the hens convert time food into eggs flesh or support of the bo dies John W Springer president of the National Live Stock Association an address to the Irrigation Congress at Denver in whice lie the beef trust at Chicago which he declared was preparing to en ter into an agreement which would absolutely lix the price that would be paid fur cattle on the hoof and at the same time regulate the retail price The price of meat which the people of the United States would eat would be manipulated by one He would decide what the difference would be between the buying and sell ing price tool the people would have to pay it if they ate welt The Department Agriculture sur prised the trade with an estimate for oats of 4 bushels per acre and a total crop of 188000000 the largest ever reported This quality is fully 20 per cent greater than the re ports throughout the season have been taken as indicating The quality is reported as considerable better than last year which again is a great to every one handling the crop Prices have toted slightly lowciynain ly influenced by the official crop esti mate Receipts are a little heavier but exports only about onehalf of last General News Notes Most Important Events ol the Day Boiled Down to Readable Strap Items from Everywhere A combine of Pacific Hour mills has been formed with a capital of 20000 000Several candidates are being urged to the Governor for the three vacant judgeships An attempt to put a negro woman as a teacher in a school in Chicago was followed by a revolt of the pupils held an indignation meeting and ed that no negro woman could teach I them There are 287 trusts The total amount of capital stock issued to trusts scheduled is sr SOj251GOO and of bonds outstanding Slir J2172 1 making a total capitalization of G 972459851 Adj Gen Corbin in his annual strongly condemns the early marriage of young army ollicers He recommends the repeal of the act pro hibiting the sale of beer in the The increase in desertions to 4GG7 is largely attributed to this Gen Corbin also advocates instructing sol diers in vocal music The Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton railroad is preparing to run its line into the coal iron and timber country of Eastern Kentucky There is quite a race on between several roads for that section of the country The C H D now has three thousand men at work and will spend 82500000 So bad has the situation become that a sudden period of cold weather would almost paralyze the transporta tion facilities of the entire country Realizing the danger of this trallic and operating men are using almost superhuman efforts to relieve the and are hoping against hope Hopkins county tobacco growers are organizing to light the trust November temperatures are far above normal and the record for the month may be broken Oil fever i high in Morgan county and there is a great rush in oil men At Memphis a woman shot ahd wounded a negro who was at tempting to enter her room Two men were shot in a row over a crap game near Corbin Wm Archer was accidentally shot while hunting near Burgin Two sensational affidavits were filed at Jackson by Moses Feltner and J B Marcum in which they claim they arc marked men and will be assassinated if they return to Breathitt county President Roosevelt and former President Cleveland were guests of honor at the dedication of the new Chamber of Commerce in New York Grand Master Lee of the of Railroad Trainmen says there will be no strike of switchmen at of the enormous movement of freight may be gained from the facts Miles of railroad in the United States 198000 Total tonnage moved during 1901 1 084000000 tons Estimated total tonnage of 19021 x 0 8 1 alI I Will i feeding mali bushelsmuch surprise year xc g whoa yowl then report canteens situation mortally Attorney Brotherhood following I 1 i Ill el5 purchased value converted delivered attacked C t s ChicagoAn r la 10000001 was Total amount spent for ncw eqnip mcnt during 1901 2WO000 0 Ivitimiled atiiMint for new equip fur 110 irOOOW 0 Tutu number of iuserv ice lf00030 Total number of engines In service 10000Total estimated output of in 1101 70000 Total esti mate output of freight cars for li0l 80000 Call rOt Conventions J The Democratic Committee for the 13th Judi eial District of Ky at ineetiuj of said Com orifice hell in the city of Danville August t th IO adopted the following method of nomina tin candidates for Circuit Judge and Com monwealthfi Attorney iu said District to be voted for at the November election 19ftJ 1st The Duinocrati voters of the District rite requested to meet at their several voting precincts in the District on the 6th day of l e comber at 2 oclock p in They will be cat ud to order by their precinct County Commit teeniau and will proceed to elect a Chairman and Secretary and then proceed to the election of delegates to n county convention each cinc being entitled to elect ono delegate for each oncbnndred votes or fraction of one bun dred over fifty cast for the Democratic rand dates in said precinct at the last Presidential election and if soy precinct did not cast 1W votes in said election said precinct shall ne vertheless entitled to nt least one delegate to said county convention Alternates shall also be elected to take the place of each dele who nary be unable to set or decline The chairman of aid precinct meeting shall certify the results to and transmit then to the Chairman of the respective inittee rind delegates to each County tion shall meet at the Conrt nonce of their respective Counties on Dec Sth 1902 awl shall be culled to order by their respective County Committee Chairman a n d after a Chnirmun Scrcotary shall jiroeeed to glee Delegates to u District conveutiou to be held the Court none in Danville Ky In which Itoyle County shall be entitled to eight votes iarrard county to seven votes Lincoln count to nine vote mill Mercer county to nuts votes that being their relative strength as shown their votes for the Democratic candidate the last presidential election Said delegates when they emr U shall be called together the Chairmnn of the Deiao cnitic Committee for this Judicial District to whom the returns from the county convention certified by the respective Chuirinan and Sec retary of the county convention shall be dl livered Said Convention hall assemble ut the Court House Danville Ky on the due of December 11HB and proceed to elect n Chairman slid Secretary and make nomina ions for Jndge and Commonwealth Attorney and perform all acts and function proper to a Deiuociatic Convention id At the precinct met tings nil Demo crats who will support the nominees are tied to vote 11 C WAlUtEN Chin LKKCUUKKYSct IS Judicial Dist 1SKR5 Advertisement for Bids foj Side Walis Notice is lioreby given that the j undersigned hlietL Coiuinittee of the City Council of the city of Lancn urwill on Wednesday the Jtli day of JUO at 10 oclock a in in the Police Court room in the city of Lancaster receive sealed bids for the contract of building the side walks and driveways or crossings in the city of Lancaster to wit st side of Stanford street a new brick walk in front of and along tuc loperty of J U Cnn ginning at Jiis brick pavement in front of his house and ending at the line of W J Romans brick pavement Also on the east side of Stanford street in front of and thong the of Airs Silas Ashley beginning at Mrs E J line and ending at the corner of Crab Orchard street Also on Crab Orchard street in front of and along tlu of Mrs A M Bishop beginning at the corner of Campbell and ending at the bride side walk in front of the property Also on the east side of lull street front of soil along the property of Mrs B F Walter beginning at the line of R T and ending at J 13 Kinnairds line Also on the youth side of Water street in front of and along the of 1lrs M J Walden beginning at the corner of Paulding and Water streets and ending at an alley between said Walden property and AV O Rigney Also in front of and along the property of W T West on Lexington street beginning at the end of his present pavement and ending at the crossing of Water street All the above mentioned shall be of new brick shall be six feet wide and in all other respects shall be built in accordance the specifications set forth in the Ordi lances of the City of Lancaster and authorizing the same At the same time and place sale Street Committee will receive bids for the following driveways or crossings to wit On the north side of Richmond street in the city of Lancaster Ky the following new driveways or to wit In and along the property of James Dunn being the driveway into his property Also in front of and along the prop erty of Mrs II C Herring being the drive way into her property now by A R Moore Said driveways or crossings shall be of new brick or lagging and shall be of the same width and grade as the pavements on each side of same and shall in all other respects be built in accordance to the speciiications as set forth in the Ordinances of the city of Lancaster ordering and authorizing the same Bids will be received by said Com mittee for the building of all of the above mentioned improvements as a whole and bids will also be received for the building of each one of said separately and the for the building the same will be awarded and given for the building of said improvements as a whole or separately as said may deem proper Said will be awarded for the building of said improvements to the lowest and best bidder but said Committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids Said side walks and crossings shall be completed by the 1st day of January 1903 The contractor or con tractors to whom said building of said improvements may be awarded steal in all comply with the governing the building of such improvements Lancaster J S ROBINSON Street J A BEAZLEY f Committee 1 1 cars a pre be f Conv n I I and lit a b I In lOt I t K Oct I I 0e111 lI fullowin sUe Ic property lason y Cemetery in l m ry property sidewalks ordering crossings occupied improvements contracts Committee contracts Ordinances theCity of November1 I car rue U freight freights etc tact County Coni The e electing grit lit seal front of r r Fat t iigw mtmiit If Ym Are Going North f if You firs Soit if fOil re Going Cast ff Aloe Going West PURCHASE T8CKCTS via THC I LOUISVILLE A NSHVUS H RI ANO SO Maximum of Safety The Maximum of The of Comfort The Minimum of Rates I Rates Time and all other information wiS e cheerfully furnished by ATMOttC a r c gOIng You I lI MI The I d I Mo mum I I I tomVUR C Y i4 f R 4 LOGAI TIMETABLES IQ AUT Xo21 Somh bad Mixed v Lancaster 11 Xo22N Queen descent Time Card TRAINS AT DAXV1UE SOUTH BOUJt- DNnmb r I d ily no stop H4 in- Nnm r 3 Midniti On Fl e 1 SS i m Nnraoer ft Daily ll0 m Number iMily xcept Su oday t 3 5 j aa SOUTH BOlSD 2 tops when linseed Number 4 I sily Dues Sot Number 6 Paily Stop Number I dot not stop I anvill but does stop at Junction City at 4 t aw 1 I ax rtl1bud o j rx 1104 Sortblnd Pafgr H uI SouthL nd 0 3311 AI J pm lU Wniiy Sunday aia lit Mixed r umber dpmStop 131 vnuilur except axis CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Timeiu efet Julyl Wf2 i Winchester 111 am 415ani550w Hni t tii S wYork 111 ttm i ra STATIONS LvNewYork 7 0Utit 4 p Philadelphia Wi anii 7ipm 2 Wpw 11 l tpw Mtttarltnir 7 am 4 pin to ViiuUtster 7 iin 4 V m ArLexiugtou 74um i pai Through Traioa run to ui l from New York Other train rnii ii y x t Sun1 jFor ear or itiforjmuiut or telephone KVDrAL- ESIKOTOS KT Cure Digests wiyou eat It artificially digests the food and aids Isaturo iu strengthening and recon the exhausted digestive or galls It is the discovt red digest ant tonic 2s o other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Flatulence sung Stomach Sick Headache Gastralpia Cramp ancl all othe results oi imperfect digestion aiuVl Large size contains 2itln 3 smallsizeBooicaliaboutclysiapsiaEuiiieafTea Prepared by E C DeVlTT CO ChtCQCO TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and EVERYTHIXG for ORCHARD LAWN and We employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on implication BOTH PHONES H F SON Lexington Jientueki ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge J am a candidate for the Democratic uoini nntion for the jirfgeshii of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky cominvseil of the counties of Doyle Garrard UncoIl halt Mercer SAUPEY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to aiiuonncu Chits A Ilunlin as u candidate before the Democratic jMirty Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District Circuit are authorized to announce Hon W C Iron as a candidate before the Democratic par ty for Circuit Judge of this the Thirtieth Ju diciiiial District tiJjibaJ Jli5 UL gH ekill Tinr TJ AVi fH wi 1T This wonecfsiJ med cne pc itiv urns CoiiSitrption Codi 3ronchit Asthma Pneumonia Ha LsQrJppo Sore Throat Cut and Vhcopinc Digests what you cats Farm For Sale 10 acres of good improved land two dwelling houses and all necessary outbuildings about three miles from Lancaster near Buckeye pike Will sell oe terms to suit Posession given immediately J A SPARKS AZ E iT1W JvL iEimI o in tJm LcX1Itcu 112l1t m Islml m tt terintIIII trn I VOES 3ortrl I 2gpJrtpl r JD im slet write 6 OW BAR IAft DVSt8usiaJ s t Indigc tlont ausea S I C For J tld e- We S S iEa-Y Dr 5 9 s YerJ 1 COG CO Cierf t ors lies Cough O etPrtce b0c 1rIvl tJ ec Kodc DYSK3 S3a CaE e D 11cuy t 9batm03pa- lrla9htrltUll 5tNli i trimw I d aer hrcm uk rttn3 a- UArlalilbville flit Iil vM AILY p reservations a latest GARDEN llIll1iiNlE Eli 31 Eii LtJ rt its uGre- ad ac i Lung fldiS Cobbti y dU tlAo c G1t Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable None better can be hacranywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday Public Square Lancaster Ky o E C JI MODERN 1 I I I in tl t cj r ifIvv t ta Ir f ft t YO tIIIIIUGthIfIIS improvement i 1 s pr atM lasv iar tr y i A M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his to the people of this terirory services Leave word at the CEXTBAI REIOUO olilce address me at Lancaster i ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all for their collars is then at this Laundry Ifyou want eridence send US a trial bundle We will call for your work 5 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenacky GRal tked or M Ii LAUNDRY t Perfecti8itWJtetiesn men Kodoi fKgests wiu t you eat Aetna National Hartford Oeruiitii Anieriemi lh iJx of Brodkfyi Xilirnnkee 3iereIi jit LiTevpool Jt London Kortlt UrrtJsh JterrlnntiTe JIr f I ESEf Oa TE iitFO1 Dyspepsia GaSle R1 iif RQIIICl1 f U8lin Cilllllit htti1lc CGUJtcticut New irk oft Ama Life Ins Ca Df Har ulitGnn a W9 M 1f KNtRD1tics i i QIi tHU- L 1 1tlllerwliter rr tit Jt I i President J SL ROBING x ORGANIZED 1883 HTJffiH8 NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL J Of I LXCASTEX KY B F HUDSON Cashier stKMcs kkecper Business Solicited Prompt Garefo Alteration BIRBCTOES Lewis Y Leaven J Robinson B F Hudson J I Walker T M i w LPTr18 Y Pre tw Ii Th seII80 O RIGXIn Asst Cashr e D VLKKK I and t 15 S ArnoldI 4 L AvEL L 7- t roe a a lY M u first Glass Painting Having located in I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and Having had many years exper jobofPAPER HANGING C H GOODSOIST Simon adjoining Thompsons store I ORNAIEN1AI elegantSamples rn 000000000 Lancaster PAINTING S BEAZLSYIVI DENTISTfmc rinrairdover Dr o site rnsytiriuu church Ihutvillv strt 1 E Attorney At Law 3FM cy to at 5 per cent tmi tealestate Notice To Creditors All permits having aim against of J tier leeeas tl ill pt d Ti properly proven the nn ler ujavdor turner J E KoMus or before tct er lrjh luau t to Ilt y on riP Jlh iltOIba Fuz Pt Bti SON LANCASTER Ky mortgages tAr t r earrr lanrsirr l tiroT etQ rsI4I Je3a C r The i f CAPITAL 50000 BankOF LANCASTER ICY SUltPLUS 1OOOO A R DEXXY President Jolly E STOKMES S S C DEXXY Cashier 0 Robinson AsstCsishr E T Embry 6 S DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson J o E Stormes W II Kinnaird A ro t 0o j 0 ice Pre5t p J F nook keeper 0 193Q lU National GJ a GOv OOOC OC OOOOOQOc OGO00 1000 OOOvOJO 0e 000 9 Pillsi2ntLk ICT rare constlpl n by ieytempora iy the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liverR secretes enough bile to make time intestinesH execute natural functions b ural agitation caused and increasing doses to P attain acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Material Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the sect of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE nnU 1t b c compels ontinul fir H a- ti r F q f4 4 rN iy