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AL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOV 21 1902 T mr1CRN JL YIIIRTEE1 TII YEAR i 1 xrTlla Js SHOES Mens King Quality ShoesPrice 350 Ladies QueenQuality ShoesPrice 300 LadiesPrincess Perfection ShoesPrice 225 OurLine SchoolShoes At 100 125 150 Can JNot Be ExcelledOur Line Mens and Boys HighTop ShoesAt 150 200 250 300and 400Are TradeWinners THE LOGANDRY GOODS COMPANY THE BEST TO BUY 4 v E Items of Local Inter lj Lenny Miller of this ollice always has a lot of old newspapers on hand for sale cheap Dave Ross says he will give a ten dollar note to know the fel low who stole his minnows last week Next Monday is county court and a big crowd is expected Please call and settle if you owe this ollice We need it A large meteor fell near town night which lighted up the sky and caused many a sinner to be gin studying up his little spiel for St Peter f The Captain Idea Say Captain are there two 1s in the word bachelor asked our ollice devil of the veteran typo Capt White No my son but there are more than two bachelors in 1 Take J rrets Rev C M Chumbley J W Sweeney and F P Frisbie went to Danville Monday night where they received the Mnsonic degrees of Mark Master Past Master and most Excellent Mas ter They will return for the Royal Arch next week No its no trouble to take the morn ing train if you will telephone Alex Miller and have hind call for you His new closed carriage keeps out the cold and rain Rates low COON to Louisville Danville Advocate Mr Arch Me Kinney formerly of the Danville rev enue ollice has been transferred to the Louisville Internal Revenue District the change to take effect Monday He will retain his former position of and ganger Ieter JS Irani Dead Mr Peter Straub died at his home Stanford and was buried in Buffalo Cemetery Monday lie was wellknown to many Lancaster people who regret his death Mr Straub played in Gen Landrams regimental band during the civil war IlaiiKiii at Stanford Stanford is fixing to have what most of her sister cities need badly that is a hanging The Court of Appeals the death sen tence given the negro JasJIocker and the governor will set a date for the execution llockcr murdered his wife Sudden Death at Danville II B Farris died suddenly at Dan ville Sunday night While he had been ill for some time nothing seri ous was feared and his death was quite a shock lIe leaves a wife and several children who have deep sym pathy in their great bereavement Bee was a clever man who made a friend or all with whom he hud A Fair 1ropoKltioit When taxes are paid the merchant is in the front rank When the sub scription paper is passed he is on it the most and the biggest When tickets for church or charity are sold he is the heaviest purchaser When public enterprise is to be carried thro he gets to carry the burden Now when you have to buy things dont you think you ought to spend your money with the home merchant Same In Lancaster Too There is a time in almost every young mans life says a wise observer when he imagines that he is really a warm number When he grows older and by experience accumulates asmall store of horse sense he views the same class of boys with disgust He medi tates on his past and wonders if he was such a confounded fool A smart alec is about the most despicable that ever drew a breath but the law forbids killing them and the peo ple are compelled to just grin and bear their presence in the community After a protracted illness little Jo sephene Paxton died at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Alec Robinson near Gilberts Creek Tues day morning She was in her seventh year and her happy disposition and sweet face had made many friends who are deeply grieved in her death Hope of her recovery was had until a few days ago when a change for the worse came and she suffered much pain until the little spirit took its flight to the arms of a loving Saviour The deepest sympathy goes out to the griefstricken parents both of whom have been on beds of critical sickness for some weeks Vatternou In Danville Arrangements have been completed for a lecture by lion Henry Watter son in Danville on Dec 6th The many admirers of the great Watterson are delighted to learn of this arrange ment and will take advantage of the opportunity to hear him It is seldom the people out in the country have a chance to hear Mr Watterson and as such a large crowd will attend it would be well to write Mr Henry moods at Danville and secure seats as standing room will be at a premium3t bygannies anything 4 I hi Sunday has attirnled dealings Paxton Ed Saturday storekeeper first class y mortal Katharine Eggleston Dec 11 3t Circuit Court begins next Monday The dockets are about as usual When you come in Monday slip an extra dollar into your jeans to give THE IlECOKD Rev A R Moore and family have moved into the Arnold property on Danville street Tno C and Joe E Robinson sold two two car loads of l5 0 Ib cattle to F Sanders for Nov delivery at 85GO per cwt Rev C M Chumbley and family are moving into the new Presbyterian parsonage The house is a beauty and a model of convenience Coiiinililiioii Services Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at the usual hour services will be held tonight Irotracted Electing A protracted meeting will be held in the Presbyterian clench begining Nov 8th Time pastor Rev C M Chiunbley will be assisted by Rev W W A leers TliaiiliMilvlnic Services The Thanksgiving services will in the Baptist church Thursday morning Rev C M Chumb Icy will preach the sermon Rev J E Wolford closed a very meeting at Gilead and is now engaged in another at which will continue through this week There will be no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday on this Col W P Walton offers the Ilar rodsburg Democrat plant for sale and will make interesting figures for the right man The plant is one of the best in the state and it is located in a goodpaying territory View 01 Lancaster Mr Fox the photographer has re cently made some large views of Lan caster the ones taken from hill on Buckeye and Danville streets being exceptionally good If you want a picture of your old home see him The dust is small Coin Vcwt Tones Turner having sold their grocery store to Mr Curtis Mr Jones will leave shortly for the west in hope of improving his health Mr Jones has not been well for some time and believes the trip will benefit him We trust he will soon return sound and all o k Honor For ftarrard Jlcii The National Fox Hunters Associa tion had a delightful meeting at Bowl big Green which was largely attended ed Mr Ed Walker of this county who is one of the most widelyknown hunters in the country was elected president and Woods Walker also of this county was made a director hunters from all over the United States were present Sir Becker Sells merest Mr C C Becker the hustling Bry antsville merchant has sold a half in terest in his large store to Will Glass to take effect Jan 1 and the two will continue to run a firstclass store in every respect They are both fine men and will continue to keep abreast of the times We have just printed a lot of circulars in which Mr Becker offers some rare bargains for the next thirty days The Crab Orchard llanlt Crab Orchard has fallen into the line of established a State Bank The institution is capitalized at 15000 with the following officers J Harvc Collier president W E Perkins vice president and William Morris Cashier Time board of is composed of some of the most substantial men in Lincoln county They have begun the erection of a building 28x40 feet on the east side of Main street the building is to be a substantial brick with glass front and will be ready for occupancy and the institution will begin business Jan uary 1st 1903 Mr retires Mr J X Dunn last week sold his large stock of merchandise at Bry antsville to Messrs R II and W A Pettus The stock invoiced about 4 500 and price paid was about eighty five per cent of this amount They al so bought the store house and lot for 30252r R D Ballard bought the home flaje at 1250 and Mrs II C Sadler purchased the other residence at 350 Mr Dunn will leave about the first of the month for Roswell New Mexico where he will engage in the fruit business His business at Bry antsville was all that one could wish but ill health compelled him to make the change Mr Dunn is a fine busi ness man and a splendid citizen Tin RECORD joins his many friends in wishing success in his new field The Messrs Pettus who take the stand are splendid citizens and business men of much ability They will run an up todate business and maintain the high reputation of the house B beheld at 100 successful Broadhead account Ifill Piutl For ale Well1mown business directors I Preparatory C progress and mail I Good Servants Mr T B Long who left Friday for Clinton Mo took with him four of the colored servants who worked at the Garrard They were the faithful old porter Bob the bell boy and two cooks Laura Mullins and Laura Embry They w re about the best servants in town the kind that are hard to find Ilaiidsosiiu uonumeiit The Garrard County Marble Works has just completed and put up a monument in the Lancaster on the Perkins lot It is made of dark Barre granite beauti fully carved and has an unusually handsome carved cap This firm is doing good work and you should give them an opportunity to bid on your work See ad elsewhere in THE REC JTIr Sells Interest Danville Advocate Mr GS Gaines yesterday sold a half interest in his livery and transfer business on 4th street to John T Reid Mr Reid is a wellknown business man of Norman dy Spencer county and will move with his family to Danville about De cember 1st The firm will be known as Gaines Reid Tlituki ulvln Uxcliui K Time Ladies of the Baptist Aid Soci ety will have an exchange in the post ollice on the day before Thanksgiving All kinds of salads breads cakes and in fact anything you need for your Thanksgiving dinner will be on hand and at cheap prices The ladies are striving to raise money to assist in paying for repairs on their churchand you will do a noble act by patronizing A splendid assortment of rubbers at Josephs Get a pair before you con tract a cold Iastc This In Tour Hat As predicted in last issue the night passenger trains were taken off the Kowland branch and will run to The service we have is as follows Passenger train No 10 leaves Rowland every morning except Sunday and passes Lancaster at 521 reaching Cincinnati at 1030 a in This train makes close connection at Winchester for Lexington and also for Louisville reaching the Falls City at about 10 a in Passenger train No 11 leaves Cin cinnati Fourth St station at 255 and runs to Rowland passing Lancas ter at 825 p in You can leave Louis hue at 2 p rn come via Lexington and make close connection with this train at Winchester In other words you can have four hours in either Cin cinnati or Louisville or stay in Lex ington all day and return to Lancaster at S2G The day mixed train will arrive here at 1025 a m and leave for Rowland at 1010 a m making connections with trains for Louisville and the south A splendid feature of the new service is the mixed train from will not wait but come to Lan caster as soon as the train from Louis ville arrives putting the mail here at 205 in the afternoon instead of nearly four oclock as formerly There will be no wait at Stanford the Lancaster train pulling out immediately after the Louisville train gets out of the wayWhen in Cincinnati remember the trains dont leave the Grand Central depot but depart from the FOURTH ST STATION which is one square above and about two squares further out than the Grand Central The L and N out of Louisville leaves the depot at First and Water streets at 200 p m daily except Sunday You come on this train to Lexington change to the C O for Winchester and there take the Lancaster train Theres no wait at either place Nos 10 and 11 carry mail and express In going to Cincinnati you change cars at Parts but as the Cincinnati train is standing alongside theLancaster train this is no trouble to do You also change at Paris in returning from Cin cinnati The mixed trains have no mail clerk but a pouch is sent out on the train to Stanford and one is brought back in the afternoon giving us the same mail service We presume the Louisville afternoon papers will be sent around by Winchester which will give them to us the same day of publication There will be no mail opened on Sunday and if you want your paper you must be at the post ollice Saturday night when the mail is opened Time change on the whole is not so bad and we believe the people will like it all right The company is doing all it can for our benefit and the continual pulling lit the officials by Lancaster people has not been in vain handsome Cemetery onto them2t Rowland leis Game Liv- ingSton Trains Leave Lancaster NoIO 521 Ax No21 10 MO A M 2 20 fo19 r at Roll SG rx I I Time in effect Nov 16 f For Richmond Winchester Laxing ton Frankfort Louisville nn Paris Carlisle Maysville Cov Cincinnati etcington For Stanford Junction Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernoii Livingston London Cor I bin Middlesboro etc J Cit Lebanon i For Richmond and intermediate I tious nnn sta For Stanford and way stationsI Trains run daily except Sunday Above is LEAVING 10 11 stop at all sta tions when lagged A treat is in store for those who love interpretive recitals of mentor ous classic and current literature Miss KatharineEgelestonwill appear at the Court House Dec 11 3t O8 To Correspondents Please send in your favors a little earlier next week as we will send the paper out Wednesday night in order that all hands may put in Thursday giving thanks that they still have soul and body together Better Service We have arranged to have regular letters from Bryantsville and Paint Lick and engaged correspondents who will endeavor to send us all the from these hustling little cities give special attention to our county correspondence as we believe that is what a rural paper is for We have the best and most faithful corps of writers in the state and TIlE RECORD is often complimented on this point by newspaper men A Splendid Entertainer The monologue play given by Mr Barker at the court house Monday night was attended by a small crowd but those present enjoyed it very much He is a splenid impersonator Through the kindness of Mr W J Homer the piano man of Danville the orchestra was enabled to play Mr Homer coming over to lead His is appreciated by those in charge of the entertainmentand by the of the orchestra also The vote resulted in MDHughes as the best lawyer R II Batson best merchant and J B Kinnaird best Absolutely Necessary Now that we have a train arriving before midnight we beg to call atten tion of the City Council to the need of an arc light at the depot just in front of the mill There is always a mud hole there and people coming the train can not see the walk This is needed gentlemen so please see that it is put there at once It would not be a bad idea while on this mat ter to serve notice on property own ers that they must keep the sidewalks and streets free from obstructions The other night we happened to to town just in front of a drummer who was lugging two large sample cases At Northcotts poultry house he ran into the platform which extends over the pavement at that point and fell about twenty feet grips going one way and Johnny Drummer the other He gathered himself up and mounting the plat form proceeded to cuss the town county state and United States He commenced at the Mayor and cussed down to the humblest street cleaner separately and then collectively Of course that windjamming dontamount to anything but if some fel low plants a suit down on the town it will then be seen how important it is to keep the street and sidewalks clear e kindness members popularity doctor I becoming ness 11 o Col Billy Burton sold 26 mules to an Atlanta party at 8110 The partridge crop is pretty fairbut not so large as was expected i r For the steenth time the Creek post office has been broken into A few dollars in cash was the of booty seemed last week The turkey crop is panning out well and Mr Nerthcott is buying a greats many See him before selling and he will treat you right Those fortunate enough to own hogs are growing quite restless over the continued warm weather Mr Pork er however enjoys the joke Sweet Miss Levinia Pope sent us a boquet of beautiful sweet peas which have been blooming profusely at her home They were planted last March and the rapid growth is remarkable The post office is open every night for the distribution of the 826 train mail Mr West is kept at the office until nearly ten oclock by the change and Uucle Sam should increase his pay i Sundays Paper Tuesday The Sundays Courier Journals reached here Tuesday and we got our Wednesdays paper yesterday morning Whats the matter Cant you yank up a few postal clerks and remind them that Uncle Sam wants his patrons waited upon Arrangements were made by the kid football team to play the second team of Central University Saturday but the Danville boys brought over a number of big overgrown farm hands of whom could have turned over and spanked all the home urchins aril the latter took their doll rags and left the field Contest at Stanford Remember the vocal contest to be given at Stanford Thanksgiving night Lancaster has four entries whose names are given elsewhere and its a safe prediction that they will rank at the top in the c t i See Dr W S Beazley who will gladly arrange seats Will be Closed For the past eight years we have been compelled to come to the office on every holiday by some fellow want ing work that he thought he was bound to have This is not going to work next Thursday however as eve ry one connected with the office will be out of town So dont come in the front door and saying we are never here One days rest in eight years is not asking much For cotton sacks for seed II A B Marksbury Son Pea I BrerFord lone of this beating SaleNew clover amour ity S 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 man the workingman all are daily becoming friends of our store and wearing the good clothes we sell UNDERWEAR If you 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 wear at 25C to 2 the garment Weve Got It 1 o 0o o o O t I o Q o o o the- o 0society o o V o o wane 2 want under o O 0 0Q 0Q 0Q 0 o 0 0 0 0p 0Q 0 15 0 0 0 0 Or 0 2 Ei Ei 00 o 1 0 I J R Haseltten I OO O LOT0 4 A 0 0a 8o J A BEAZLEY 00 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 08 s Q Life insurance policies bought 0S for cash or loaned on for sums v of 8500 and upward R OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOm0 0 0G t i0 OO I The Talk of the 1 411 0000000000000000 000004000000OOOG O CW O O 0 1 eQG 0 Town 0 Q 0O O Are the Suits and Overcoats We Sell SINGLE or DOUBLE BREASTED Suits Over I coats for cold rain or shine 0 t l r f o 0 r Z o o z g 0 e o Of the best materials that it is possible to obtain at prices not e qualed in the city to suit all wear ers Suits 5 750 850 10 1250 15 and 18 Overcoats 4 5 750 10 1250 15 and 18 r t 5 5 5 5 The One Price Clothier Ii = rrL OG A o I o o t t t t t t t t t tJ tJ1f I i il I I t t 00- O I 0O 0 p O004 t O 000 r t BO YOU NEED A VEHICLE A Ui IJ I I I rn l rr Lu t 3 1r Lrt I rn SURRIES1OO BUGGIES 1tiJ i3PIIJETONS If so we can furnish you with Is the very best that money can buy C IS and at prices that absolutely defy 3 and knock out competition jj kind or pattern you desire M cordially invite you to call IEP and see the immense stock we are rT showing SJ We also handle and keep constantly in stock a complete line of The Celebrated Old Hickory Wagons all sizes every one fully warranted Any andwe I1 II WAGON GEAR TRACES COLLARS c illELM 0 R E JLfliY rnM j J mirRf 0 BREECIIING ROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SccontlClas Hail Matttr Lancaster Ky Nov 21 1902 SINCE the Investment companies have gone the way all such fakes are bound to go many are crying I told you so but if investigation were made it would develop that the ones who are using that old threadbare ex pression are about as deep in the mud as others are in the mire It is strange indeed that the people have such an ungovernable desire to run off after strangers and questionable methods We can say without fear of successful contradiction that had onehalf the money lost in foreign speculation been spent in Lancaster the town would be twice its size in wealth we would have double the number of successful business houses the town would be doubly as large and we know there would be fewer downhearted citizens who are now paying the fiddler Its hard to see why there is not a more general desire to help the home man who spends his earnings hereto assist your neighbor in his struggle and at the same time keep your money where you can get another chance at it THE RECORD does not want to criticise our own people but this is a matter so common in Lancaster that people of other towns are frequently heard to comment on it Stop it The first fellow who comes here with a tell him the tale you tell your next door neighbor when applied to for a little help viz Im sorry butt cannot spare the cash now Am very hard run Turn down the gold brick man and neighbor You may not see as much interest on your at home as there appears in the gold brick scheme but you know the home man will pay you something your town will be benefitted and greatest of all you are helping the ve ry same man in most instances that helped you get what you have The recent crashes in so many getsome thingfornothing schemes ought to have a tendency to put the people to thinking and THE RECORD will arise and sing the longmeter doxology when Lancaster people will stand shoulder to shoulder for one another and tell smooth talking strangers to go way hack and sit down HERES a clipping we have had for some time having forgotten from whose paper we took it Its certain ly full of good truth A Kentuckian kneels to none save woman and his God These proud words of the Crittenden spoken beneath the monastic shadow of a whitewalled Spanish crypt when ordered by his executioners to receive their fire in a kneeling posture express in charac teristic words and feeling the pride of State tradition and ancestry which has ever distinguished the men of our soil The spirit of pride and defiance seems indigenous to Kentucky From the highest to the lowest in bypaths and hedges it is found and flourishes The haughty though poor at the expense of life and limb keeps his honor untarnished even to I I help Jour heroic mountain- Eer goldbrick investment third and fourth generation The equally proud monarch of the Blue Grass values above all things his good name and reputation and will die in its defense But in both sections of our fair commonwealth there exists a sentiment that is superior even to family pride and that is respect and reverence for woman kind No where are the ladies honored as in old Ken tacky The glamour of mediaeval yet hovers over our sunny clime and we feel for the daughters of our State all the chivalrous idolatry that stamped the knights of yore An exemplification of our respect for which attracted widespread occurred last week in Illinois A Kentuckian under a nondeplume bravely met a felons death without divulging the secret of his identity for fear cf attaching a stigma and bringing dishonor to an honored name Of such men are our people composed there may be evil in them but the good is uppermost SOME delinquent to the Winchester Democrat must have just paid nis subscription when its editor penned the following The roses bloom but a season yet they come again It is thus wiih our joys We grow and and suffer catching the fragrance and fruits of happiness just enough to keep them from being common place If the rosebush was all blossoms there would be nothing about admire If our life was all joy where would be the comparison and without comparison the gratification Barring the shade and the shadow there would he one unvariable desert an avenescent nothing of joy TIlE Cynthiana Democrat was thir tyfour years old Saturday and its clever editor Jim Allen is to be upon the successful in which he has managed his paper Mr Allen has only been at the helm for the past ten years THE RECORD quotes the Democrat so frequently that our doubtless feel that they know Al Lon as well as we do lIes a clever fellow and why some who wants to take a boy to raise has never captured him is hard to AL G FIELD the famous minstrel man is dying We are always sorry to hear of the death of any one who has tried to bring a little sunshine and fun into the world There is so much longfaced hypocracy these days that a good natured jolly fellow like Field is truly appreciated All honor to Field and to every other man who can find something in the world beside a desire to get all he can keep all he gets and never turn a band toward bringing happiness to others A SPECIAL from Delaware Ohio says the dean of a large female high school refuses to allow the pupils to wear sweaters and the girls are now in arms The message dont say whose arms but they must belong to some expert like Jim Allen the lover of the Cynthiana Demo no novice could hug that many girls at once To RAISE money to support his six yearold son five dollars admission was charged to witness the hanging romance attention labor always congratulated manner excellent however readers bighearted woman understand bachelor cratas family to f t 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 ready to hang with every tombstone to the of 16 or more This is the same work you would an agent from 4 to 6 for Satisfaction guaranteed This offer will be open 30 days begining Oct 31 buying work less than stated price can get pictures at Garrard County Marble Works Shop next to Mason Hotel framedand value Parties actualcost I i pa s r L Ii king in Muliio2iuih j Oregon Tins is a md it j other worthless roosters will o mind do likewise Pnrmmis circus tout will not hold tin crowds j JUT liEBitON Willie Onstott bought a nice bug gy horse from John Spratt price 100 W Montgomery bought a sow from Miss Margaret Naylor for 15 Mr Huffman was in this locality last week buying turnips at 7 cents per bushelMrs Win Humphrey who has been i quite ill is improving I Mr Russell Yanverpool was thrown from a horse last Monday but not injured Mr Tapp and Mrs Lizzie Bruner both of Jessamine were married at NicholasvillelastTbursdayanddrovc here to the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Eason where a nice supper was given in their honor We wish them a long and happy voyage thro lifeBen wife Mrs Peach ie Onstott and daughter Mrs Robert Barker returned to their home viess county after several weeks visit with relatives in this locality Mesdames Blankenship and Birchell of Burgin were the guests of MrOilie Sherrow and wife a part of last week A number from here have been at tending the series of meetings at Scotts Fork Mrs Peach ie Grow and son Lee and Barker spent from Friday until Sunday with relatives in Jessamine M iss Jennie Rogers who has been the guest of Miss Edna Scott returned home Mr Brumtield of Jessamine was with Benj Dean Saturday night and Sunday George Rogcrsof spent Saturday night with his cousin Messrs George Ike and Toe Duncan WALLACETOX J A Barer sold a calf for Farmers are feeling real tine over the rain that fell on Monday W O Anderson has sold his beauti ful home and farm here to W FKidcl of Berea for 64000 cash The shooting of the meteor at seven oclock last Saturday night although of short duration was a beautiful sight the moon being hid by a black cloud just before making the scene perfect J S Rutherford who sold his little farm here a short time ago will sell his personal property on the 28 inst and move to Berea for the winter at leastA is here belonging to Jesse Kinnard thus adding to its already beautiful appear ance John Cade and Thos Kinnard are doing the work Work on the new M E church recently begun here is progressing nicely except as checked by rain The building is now ready for the roof under the direction of Wm Asher and Henry Elliott the carpenters part will soon be done Everyone it an unusually strong and building CAKTERSYILLE A very heavy rain fell here Monday and it is hoped it will turn cold on of peoples hogs getting so fat they are wanting to kill them There will be preaching at the M E church Sunday by Rev They are having a nice prayer at the Christian church every Wednesday night Mrs Lizzie Carter is very sick at this writing Gabe Salter moved from Paint Lick to this place last week Miss Linda Carter is sick this week Mrs is improving slowly Miss Jennie Roberts entertained a number of her young friends Sunday afternoon A very nice crowd the prayer meeting at the M E church Sunday Mr John Carter wife and daughter Maggie were the guests of J T Sanders Sunday Misses Gertrude and Cora Roop spent last Tuesday night with Miss Bessie Smith J B Carter has returned from Louisville with his nice lot of winter goods MANSE There will be a box supper at Beech wood Friday night Nov 1st invited and the boys should not fail to come as there will be any amount of pretty good baskets chrysanthemum show given by the Ladies Aid Society at Mrs Sallie McCormacks was quite a success and a nice surprise was given them refreshments were served by the hostess in her usual hospitable manner There will be an entertainment given at Manse school house by Miss Jennie Wallaces pupils Friday night 28th Also a basket after exercises free all invited There will will be good music and interesting recitations etc Oatly Burke has entered Smiths Business College at Lexington Miss Betsye Woods was at home last week from Kirksville where she is school at Secrests Institute Mrs Tom Palmer of Lancaster visited her parents last week A house tained by Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty this week Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been visiting here Dont forget the date Dec 6 for Henry Wattersons lecture at Dan ville 3t j Wild u I Onstoot and in Pa Sallie Danville 1500 being built to the house and pronounces substantial account EJ Terrill meeting M urrel attended Everybody girls and thereThe excellent ofNov r dialogues attending relatives t I tttAy pit tt Mrs F seriously Miss Sunday Entertainment heY JiARKSHJRV Sim Parks sold a horse at Danville Monday for 110 There will li xervlees at the Fork church Thanksgiving Joe Pollard sold to Fox Lognn a horse for 55 Frank Parks sold the farm he purchased to Mr Robert making 100 in the Parks has moved to the Peach Orchard farm he recently sun John has moved to the old homestead The members of the Fork church have employed William Anderson of color to relay the wall and steps around the church in cement This will he quite an improvemen- tThecntcrtaiiimcnt given last Friday evening by Miss Katherine Moores pupils was quite an enjoyable affair The children were well trumed and recited a number of amusing pieces Music was furnished on guitar and violin by Messrs Tom Moore and Will Marksbury One enjoyable feature of the entertainment was the whistling solos by Master Robert Moore Miss Mary Thompson of Lancaster is the guest of her cousin Miss Lola Simpson Mrs Margaret Xsiylor of Lancaster is visiting relatives here Miss Georgia Dunn has returned from- a visit to Paint Lick Mrs J C Eubanks anti baby Annie Lee of Hubble spent part of last week with her mother Mrs Bell Perkins Master Elmer Wood spent last week with his grandfather Mr T DChcst nut Iledgeville Miss Aggie Bourne and niece of Bettis were among the visitors at the Fork church Sunday Mr and Mrs Edd Perkins and little son visited their parents Mr and Mrs Jack Kcmper in Danville Mr and Mrs T D Chestnut and daugh ter Miss Mary of Iledgeville were entertained Sunday by Mr and Mrs J C Boner Mrs John Groeuan of Hustotiville is visiting her sister Miss Jennie Swope PAINT LICK N W Champ is improving ling be erecting a nice front The Y M C A meets at the hall every Sunday afternoon at half past three Mrs Pattie Enirleman bought of Jack Adams his house and lot for 61250 Drinking water has been so bad at this place that a great number of our people had to carry water a mile or so It was reported that we had a case of small pox in our town but ve are glad to say it was nothing more than roseola James C Pucker of Stonejrar Va is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs I C Rocker Mrs Joe Arnold and little son Eugene of Richmond are guests of her sister Mrs A nine Adams Dr F M Walker has located at this place Will Tudor at home having resigned as manager of the Blue Grass grocery at London Ed Anderson is on the sick list Mrs Pattie Engleman and little daughter Margaret have returned from a visit to her brother J X Adams at Doiier Mr John Parks who has been unite sick is able to be out Mrs A Estridgc is visiting her mother Mrs McQuirler at McQuirler Mrs Jas Maret and sisters Mesclames Mattie and Lena Lawrence of Mt Vernon are the guests of Mrs John Smith S IF IJlount visited his family at Junction City Saturday and Sunday Adams spent last week with her aunt Mrs James Leavell of Bryantsville IJlIOItTANTXKWSlMIEtt CHANGK Henry Wnterxon CourierJournal Au iiouuccs si New Policy During Three Decades the Louisville Courier Journal has unalterably and conspicuously before the public as the representative of the great com atonality of the people against both the Robber Baron seeking through the accretion of illgot money to steal away the peoples liberty by stealing away 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 the ends of his master In fulfilling this high function it has sometimes had to go fast and sometimes to yo slow sometimes to cry onward und sometimes to halt sometimes to drive at the root of things and to drive ahead but never the directions of its movement and always true to the underlying principle of its being expressed by the simple demand for The Greatest Good to the Greatest Number With tie advent of the New Year that is on the first of January li05 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 bible to millions ot who knew they could trust both its prescience and its disinterested ness The new Weekly CourierJournal is modern in every respect and is a pa per for the home It is issued every Wednesday and its ten or twelve eightcolumn pages are tilled 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 CKXTUAL- RECOUD one year for only 1 50 Henry Wattersoti at Danville Dee 6th Remember the date 3t I t recently transaction- J allies purchased- his ii i aiL Sallie stood changing apolitical Americans I G his dtt el hiss cry sometimes mum 1 We have the exclusive local sale of Royal tailoring It is a proposition to all dont worry about the satisfaction part of it we insure that Call and see over five hundred of the newest fabrics the widest range we have ever I shown I 4Jp money- saving J C HEMPHILL Lancaster KyAgent Q I The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law- S F Einbry Price Bros Ed X B Price Leaven Dave Thompson W S Ferguson M Grand Lucien Perkins W Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N Anderson R A fieaziey Clay Sutton Wm Liar T L Broaddus Alex West 1 W Stilton A A Lear B L Gulley MrsJIIaiijiburvWest Mrs F M Farm P J White L Davidson 1 S Danuils Yes said the curtain hanger I put up at some of the best hotels Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach maud Liver Tablets at all drug stores They arc easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills i Then their use is not followed by con stipntion as is often the case with pills i Regular size 25c per box mill Drug j gist 1m i A woman has no use for a man who I is without charity for other women j She wants a monopoly in that ular line herself Lucre In Thirteen By sending 13 miles Wm Spirey of j Walton Furnace Yt box f Buckleifs Arnica Salve that wholly cured a horrible Fever Sore on his lepr Nothing else could cures Bruises Felons Ulcers Eruptions Boils Burncs Corns and Piles Only 2oc Guaranteed by 11 E MeRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Luck 1m Unless a man has will power to burn he has no business trying to make love to a girl who jars the scales at 210 Startling Hut If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New 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 2 at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Piiint Lick 1m The first time a man attempts to ride a bicycle he imagines he knows how it feels to fall out of a balloon Stepped Ajittlust a Hot Stovo 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 ngony and his could do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the house she thought she would try it In less than half an hum after applying it the child was quiet and asleep anti in less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson is a well known resident of ICcllar Ya Pain Balm is an liniment and especially valuable for burns cuts bruises and sprains For sale by allDruggists 1m Many a spotless reputation is due to tack of stamina Ilciielit Ladles lid Society Henderson Ky Lyceum 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 sip a voting contest and other feat tires introduced Tickets erts at 50 cents general admission 35 cents children 15 cents The moon will rise at oclock and shine all night td2t 1 I I George Cox 1 L Ktn it partic got Positi rely D Cos drug store u f I mother I I I antiseptic Association at IcRob 1STED warning prosecute a 4c True Life lilis Sets jR 1Do 571hJ E r 0 JV 51 liTOUF It the dressiest and one of the most popuiarovercors worn this season An ncccpted k standard of not made merely good enough but perticxarfy- m well wade and TO ONLY I by the Tailors Chicago See the latest Royal designs in swagger overcoats business and semidress suits Royal S tailoring is square tailoring 3 it makes friends Give us j your patronage and well 1 win your friendship 1 IAn r- ican fashion I MADE MEASURE Royal t I 1 oft r I I V r 1 The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc i I Handsomest line of have ever shown i i I I we I S z WALLY i Lt Full stock of Hamn1ccks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store J J V e 0 b For sb1ilZtj4 Drz FA OvirJ treel 5 Opposite Thompsons Store 2 0oHeadquarters For 2- o 0o Paints Glass3 Varnish s EtCfi o 0- o 0- o 0- o 0 OT 2 srJL JL 0 ri I 2- o 0 JUst Received 2 n 0 can save you money on 2- o 0 Physicians Prescriptions 2- o 0 Bring them to us 2 o 0 0 OC Every i lUau OC OO30aOJOmOyO OsO O OyOva OyO O OsO 2 0Oifs e f- On Danville V Jewelry 0 r New line J te CO O Oc O OeO ti000GOGOGO00 OGOs040 AO O 00 4 t 4w suppy Your Want Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows t- t t Corn Planters Cultivators 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 c Successors to J M Higginbotham t t t t I t I o SOS TnTnn n HH HH 6 f t rl I STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F rOsTLES Harchvrrc store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES tRY d Yv i rn viiv Irl g I I V6 0NLi f j CONir1iiSJl t0 0 1 r w Yn Ynvcco i Q oftDJ tr o i IT C Arnold W 11 Denny Frank Pierce Win Ilovston J I Ruble W II Cook EII Walker 7 A Sanders IF White J B Woner 7 M 7 II Dunn Duran J1 l lug 2 2 fi1 lID Ij J Sag 2 0 Jas II 19 33 SS 72- Q r 31 0 Q J C Fox 21 Tevis Thompson IS fcf John Bourne J J B Kuhinsuii 1 1 no B Parks 1 A Iv Walker l Hoht Burton 1 TCGullcy fiS Andrew Thompson 1 Ike Arnold OY Ivobinson 11 fe Frank Holtclaw 11 S L F Warner 10 10 1 0 0Walter n l T S Robinson A R Denny Counting Cum tec- Robt Kinnard HANDSOME MILLINERY We are showing the handsomest line of Fall and Winter Millinery ever shown in Lancaster Call and inspect line of Hats We will save you S I 1II O rIIfZ IIIIIII I II r 00 0I P fim1mrlfrmtrl111t fflffh1hl I I I t Jour 111 N Del IJ1YJ HWJJJ M JU lWlW1UBlMlWill WMUlq r l1WIMJWW1 Jill0W1 i l i S lllljllll11I1 thi- I I- 1 I asir5 I Gossip About People N X N A Brier Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Mrs L F Hubble of Danville is friends here Miss Mattie Sacray has returned to her home in Stanford Mrs B B Garr of Louisville is the guest of Mrs A D Ford Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick were here Sunday Mrs Robert Elkin has been visiting relatives in Nicholasville Will Noel of Danville has bean vis iting Dave and Will Walker Mss Sam Salter of Ilarrodsburghas been visiting Mrs T S Elkin Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford vis ited Miss Mary Burnside Friday Mrs Minnie Jennings of PaintLick visited the Misses Petty Sunday Mt Vernon J T is suffering with of Richmond is yisit lug her daughter Mrs W Elmore Miss Van Sickle of Danville has been with her friend Miss Lucy Greg ory Dr and Mrs Simpson Elkin of are guests of Miss Jennie Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford is visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Dun can Miss Eliza Smith has returned from a pleasant visit to Lexington rela tivesMiss Florence Harris left Tuesday for a visit to friends in Maysville and CarlisleMrs of Versailles is the I ORANGES 1 BAHAMAS I I APPLES 1- I and Fruits too numerous to T L mention T line is complete fNICEST line for Christmas ever in the city 4 is 4 c EVAPORATED goolsPeacliesPriines Figs Apples Raisins Currents I Etc I CEREALS at the GOOD GROCERY A polite clerk J W Simpson to wait on you H M Ballon I J t SignalColI Adams t rheumatis- mtl Chenault J I Duncan a I CANDY GROCERY line te t in this line Justcall visiting S r S Atlanta r 4 i x guest of Miss Xellie Dillon Richmond avenue Miss Mattie Elkin has been visiting her friend Miss Mary Welsh of Nich olasvilleMrs 0 Bradley and daughter Miss Christine have returned from CincinnatiMisses Kinnaird and Mary Gill have returned from several days in Cincinnati James wife of are visitors of Mr Ben Gaines who continues the Stanford Journal Mr J R Thur mon of Garrard spent several days with the family of Mr J W Perrin Mrs Denton who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W II Kinnaird has returned to her home in Somerset Mr and Mrs Will are being congratulated upon the of a handsome son who arrived Sunday Miss Martha IIunn who was the guest of Mrs Banks Hudson returned to her home in Lexington Thursday Mr Richard Kennedy who has been with his sister Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to his home in Lexing ton Mrs Jack Kemper Mrs Minerva Beddow of Danville and Mrs Ophelia Dunn spent Thursday with Mrs Ed Perkins Mrs Joe Arnold of Richmond and Mrs Pattie Engleman of Paint Lick were guests of Mrs Geo T Farris MondayMr West and little Miss Sue anna Lear visited Mr and Mrs C F Deninan of Nicholasville Saturday and Sunday Fridays Advocate Miss Theodore IIemplill of Lancaster will arrive this afternoon to be the guest of Miss Mayme Lillard for several days Mr S C Denny has been confined to his bed for the past ten days suffer ing from a stubborn attack of pleuri sy lIe is much better today and we trust the clever gentleman will soon back at his post in the National Dank Mrs A II Rice has been elected chairman of the Womans Auxilary of the United Commercial Travelers Nashville Council Mr and Mrs Rice are keeping house in Nashvilleas that is nearer the centre of his territory which embraces several states Danville Courier Mr Noel the Revenue ollice force received last Saturday from his son Dr George Jean who is stationed with the army forces in the Philippine Islands two Filipino hats They are curious and attracted a great deal of attention Mr Harry Robinson secretary of the D and D Institute of Danville spent Sunday with his parents Tom my Robinson and wife He tells us he is getting along nicely and likes his new position very much Lexington Leader Mrs C K McGu gin of Howard Ohio arrived today for a visit to her sister Mrs W G Dunlap of Davidson Court Miss Gussie Kennedy will spend Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs Hudson of Lan caster Messrs W J Romans and K F Postel are in Cincinnati this week attend ing the convention of the TriState Vehicle and Implement Dealers As sociation The Association embraces a membership of 3900 dealers in Ohio Indiana and Kentucky from which it derives its name Danville News Miss Alberta An derson and Miss Walker of Lancaster were in Danville Wednesday shop I Gaines and Livingston I I I be Jeanof shopping same arrival ping Mr Thomas Eason Isal home a few He will leave next I wt ek for Hirminjrham Ala where he vil make iiis brother a short visit j Mrs Harding wave t dinner to j a few friends im lust Tuesday evening complimentary to Miss Morrisof Frank of Lexington was here yesterday I Mrs Maria Gregory and Lucy Gregory have returned from North Smyrna Fla Mrs Alex Beazley and daughter Miss Mattie of Crab Orchard are visiting Dr W S Bcazley Charley Walker is baggage master on Hie new passenger trains Me Know males a good smasher Misses Stella Adams and Bessie Dunn of Whites Station have been the guests of Miss Hoella Gully this week The Lancaster entries in the vocal contest to be held at Stanford Thanks giving night are Misses Theo Hemp hill Bessie Batson Messrs Willie Fox Logan and Charley West Danville News Miss Thco Hemp hill of Lancaster spent from Friday until Sunday with Miss Mamie Lillard Broadway Mr Ben Herncion of Lancaste passed through Danville Sunday cnroute to Lawreuceburg where he is stationed in the Revenue The entertainment by Miss Kathar i ne Eggleston at the court house on December llth will be the event a mong society folk and already seats are being spoken for Miss Egglcton has a national reputation and those up in literature are familiar with her ability ITarrigce writing from Washing ton to the Danville News says Mil lard West a former Garrard county statesman now employed in the In ternal Revenue Bureau was recently promoted by Commissioner Yerkes from 81000 to 1200 per year Millard is making a splendid record not only as an industrious accurate clerk but as a splendid young man from every standpoint Some body said the oth er day that Millard had almost indue ed a certain party to believe his way in which case that extra two hundred would come in powerful handy But 1 know nothing at all about the truth of this statement Richmond Register Mr and Mrs Z T Rice entertained the following guests at a delightful six oclock Wednesday Mr and Mrs nold 31 r and Mrs George D Simmons Mr and Mrs John AY Arnold Mr and Mrs C F Iliggins Mr and Mrs Joseph Boggs Missesr Sue Deatherage and Bessie Turley The house was with chrysanthemums and mis tletoe and time table was an extremely pretty one It was in every respect a most delightful entertainment Lexington Democrat Misses Elkin of Lancaster and Mary Welsh of Nicholasvillo spent vester day with Mrs E P Moritz at the Le land Mrs E Potts the next few days a visit to her son Mr George D Putts proprietor of the Stanton House Chattanooga Miss Massy Denny shay accompany her Mrs George W Dunlap who went to Colorado two years ago for the relief of pulmonary trouble still lingers in a feeble state News was received here Monday of the death of Miss Fannie Wallace which occurred in New Mexico Miss Wallace left here a few months since to do missionary work in that country and while thus engaged was stricken by yellow fever which soon caused her death The nature of the disease prevented bringing the body home and the interment toot place there She was a laughter of Mr and Mrs Win Wallace of the Paint Lick neighborhood and was a young lady of line education and many other accom plishmentsMiss Austin who recently went from here to the Barnards Sani tarium at Martinsville Ind entirely disabled by a severe attack of rheu matism writes that she has complete ly recovered and will spend a few weeks with her aunt at East St Lou is before returning to Lancaster She desires through our columns to express her grateful acknowledgements and heartfelt thanks to the kind friends whose generosity made it possible for her to avail herself of the treatment which effected her prompt and speedy cure and to assure them that she will never forget nor cease to appreciate this great kindness to her PIIEACILERSYILLE J P Rogers bought a calf from Gid Rothwell for Slit Rev Win C Hutchins went toWhites Station last week on business- J B Ilutchins bought 8 barrels corn from Lewis Spoonamore for 15 Sol Rigsby bought 100 bbls of corn from J II Beaxley for 2 per barrel Jeff IIoskinsof Bell county has been here looking for a farm to buy J J Thompson is having his painted and papered which is adding greatly to its appearance Dave Thompson stuck a knife in his leg which has been giving him much pain though he is improving The meeting at the Methodist church here proved a great blessing to the membership Rev J D Thurman who has been assisting the paster is a good preacher and a man of power John L Kennedy has moved into his new house which he has almost com pleted Mose Hutchins who marri last week he and his wife are visit relatives here for a few days I I sh rook i I service L Ar I decorated II contemplates- in led far days Rob rt Tennessee Miss linger W Hattie residence f I Mr Smith and family of Llrodhend visiting re Cress J Hnuglunnn Mid father of Stanford was here it week looking after his farm IF and wife was visiting friends at Hubble Sunday Mrs Garner and daughter have been visiting Mrs Dave Thompson D M wife of Stanford are the family of E Foly George Brown went over to Lancaster on Saturday iv rr U t tO rite 00 Vlio tight The AAr C T U under the skilful management of Mrs is in a nourishing condition They follow a regular program every week the different ladies taking turn in conducting the meeting Last the subject The Economics of the Liquor Trallic was ably handled by Mrs Dr Kinnaird and the was unusually interesting Below are some of the facts in regard to the use of tobacco We that a person smokes two livecent cigars per day and being a good man does not use it on Sunday This would amount to sixty cents per week or thirtyone dollars and twenty cents per year For convenience in calculating say thirty dollars per year this snakes about eight cents per day the year around counting Sundays Now should this person in the place of spending his money as indicated place thirty dollars on interest each year at six per cent payable annually- At the end of years he would have ir900 At the end of 10 years he would have 315211 A the end of It year he would have OJSOJ At tie end of 20 years 101KS23- At the end of years 71DO At the end of lOyeius lCJliO At the end of 0 years S70701 To get a little idea of what this same amount of money would do if spent in some other diriction we will sup pose that the thirty dollars was spent for bread six loaves for twentyfive cents we find it would buy 720 loaves or make one continuous loaf 720 feet long The amount spent in five years if it were invested in bread would buy 4225 loaves or snake one nearly a mile long The amount spent in ten years invested in the same way would buy 1SL loaves or make one loaf two miles long twenty years 25030 or one loaf almost five miles long thirty years 50238 or make one loaf over eleven miles long forty years 11 010 or one loaf over twentytwo miles long fifty years 2171590 or one loaf over fortyone miles long This excellent property in a splendid town can be secured at a reasonable sum Fine opportunity for a videawake man to make good money Apply to- W P WALTON Lexington Ky Still In The Ring We have moved our shop to the room above Thomp sons store on Danville street where we have the Best Bate SIuj in Keittf Hair cutting Shaving Shampooing done in the very best manner We have been here many years and by doing the best work hope to be here many more Give us acall HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber alehis sister Elmore and business Hatters of lu crt LuQies The Rnm traffic Katie Campbell Saturday meeting 0 DEMOCRAT fO SALE jewelry visiting will supposc t i almost i C iI 0 Easiness and Bargains A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson- at National Bank AAre will exchange coal for good corn at 175 per bbl Williams Coal Yard Blue grass seed for sale IT A B Marksbury Son I have for sale some nice baled from pure Southern German seed 925tf J F Robinson Land Tor Sale Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf To The tax books are now ready and you can fluid me at my otlice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814tf AV L Lawson Sheriff Come see the handsome line of win ter hosiery and shoes at J Josephs Farm lor Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge 92Stf AATe 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 IGtf STKAYED From my place on Sep tember22nd a black boar with weight about Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tf Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD ollice Mount ITIclllclc Embroidery I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue Are have on hand for immediate de livery Potts patent Potts favorite Potts Pride of Madison a tine lof of shipstuff meal Graham chicken feed Any old thing turned out by a firstclass mill Potts Bros no14tf AAre are in business to please the peo ple Get a sack of Potts flour and if not satisfactory register your kicks with us Potts Bros no14tf AATe know darn near everybody and darn near everybody knows dont be afraid to place your orders with us Potts Bros no14tf You are up against the real thing when you buy Potts flour Use Pot PotsPotts Flour no14tf Use the Standard Potts Flour Are are turning out about f 000 lbs Hour per day have no trouble in disposing of it Try a sack and learn why no14tf Potts Bros Good flour is pleasing bad flour a nuisance Get Potts and be pleased no14tf Every merchant of any consequence sells Potts flour no14tf Flower Flowers Flowerw For Thanksgiving weddings fu nerals or any occasion let Ed C Gaines dispatch your order 1113tf I have a nice assortment of jardi niers which will be sold cheap I keep constantly on hand a full line of crockery at prices that cannot be equaled Mrs Singleton Lexington street n 14tf Fox the photographer Friday Dont forget Fox the photographer will be here Friday Take advantage of the pretty wea ther and have your pictures made while artist comes He will be here Friday ITIoiioy to Loan 8000 on approved real estate for a term of years J P Doty Lancaster Kentucky no142t Fine Turkeys for Sale I have a few nice yellow bronze tur keys which will be sold at reasonable prices They are extra good ones Mrs J M Hiatt Hiattsville Ky 14 tf I H H I 1 it t HUent Notice 2001bs uSso Foxthe if l i For f Millet TaxPayers Tuesdays C whiteface Aint You Got No Home Or are you satisfied with the one you have Do you want to make a change Then take advantage of the Low Houndtrip Homeseekers or OneWay Settlers Rates offered by the Louisville Henderson The Worlds Fair Line To the WEST and SOUTHWEST Tickets on First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21st 1903 Ask Us For Rates GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLLE KY LUa StLouis Ry sale I 4 I Xoth withstanding the fact that wo have had a tremendous salts 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 Joseph Xew stock of Accordeans Harps and full line of Bell strings Full line fancy China and Cutglass just arrived at Thompsons n21tf Ladies Rings and Watches the prettiest in the market Thompson the Jeweler n21tf The SemiWeekly CourierJournal will drop back to once a week begin ning January 1st By special arrange ments we will get this for you the balance oi this year and all of next that is until Jan 1 1904 for the price of one year provided you pay your subscription to THE RECORD Read the otTer We send OUD and both for We have no fake sales to draw cus tomers We give good values you get your moneys worth consequently trade with us again J Joseph Interest to Soldier Gov Beckham hopes to pay out by Christmas all the money due the sol diers of the First Second and Third Kentucky regiments for services be fore they were mustered into the during the SpanishAmerican war The work of signing the cheeks is te begin at once and paymasters will be sent out to settle with the soldiers We are making a big run of heavy dress goods this week Come see what bargains you can get J Joseph Ladies goldrimmed glassesbetween Batsons store and Mrs Reids on Richmond street Return to this of lice We have had a tremendous trade this fall out have never allowed our stock to run low so we would have to put off old goods on our customers We keep right styles and can show you complete lines at any time J Joseph Some big values in ladies shoes at Josephs In underwear can discount any competitor price and quality See our line J Joseph Big bargains every day in the year at Josephs We dont make a big blow about our goods but keep on hand the most and uptodate materials and can please the most fastidious at any time We dont have to make special orders every time a customer wants some thing extra keep it on hand J Joseph I will have a large supply of ice on hand from now till Thanksgiving tf T S Elkin ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending 21th 1902 Jiry Gardner Harold Earle J II Hunt Anvil Jackson C Owins W S Howl Mike Sweeny M M Trapp If called for say advertised Win West P M We have some beautiful cloaks and if you have not made your fall pur chase see us J Joseph A large crowd will go over to Dan Dec J to hear the great Henry Wat terson 3t Write Mr Henry Edmunds at and have him secure a seat for the great Wattersons lecture Dec 3t Final Notice All town taxes not paid by 15th will be advertised in the CENTKAL RECOHD 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 you havent been given fair warning nor 62t S D Rothwell Chaiidllertt For Sale As electric lights are being placed in the Christian church the two hand some chandeliers formerly used are for sale They are in splendid condition and can be purchased cheap They have twelve lamps each with pretty globes and chimneys Heres a bar gin for some church using oil tf Remember the date for Katharine Eggleston Dec 11th 3t 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 LoW Rates West Beginning Nov 1st 1902 and con tinuing to April 1903 the Frisco will sell homeseekers tickets from St Louis to points in Missouri Ar kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas Kansas Coloiado 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 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 Evans l vine Ind tf I r T at sons Tm REC CourierJournal 150 Lost uptotheminute W stylish finewe 6 say System standard literature Jmom n21tf army Nov Danville November Ir and Weber Farm Wagons Best On Earth Sold and Warranted by Gaines Brothers WEEKLY HENRY Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday Courier Journa1 WATTERSONEditor aia 1100 A YEAR REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MOUAL REFORM Best EditorialsBest Articles Best StoriesBest Best Pictures Best Book Reviews Best Poetry Best Childrens Page Best Home Sews Best Condensed News Best Market Reviews Best of Everything COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LQUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement You Can Get The CENTRAL RECORD and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 1 50 This is for CASH subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through THE RECORD office Worm Uentroyed Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly healthy condition of the body where worms cannot exist 25c at R E McRoberts drugs store im Social earthquakes serve to clear the moral atmosphere Beautiful Clear SkIes Heroine exerts a direct influence on the bowels liver and kidneys and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal 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 The opportuneness of charity is its most striking virtue- A Dang rou 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 handy a bottle of Ballards Hore hound Syrup J A Anderson 354 West 5th St Salt 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 at R E McRoberts 1m The hope of the future lies in the moral stamina of the present Foleys Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs substitutes C C J E Stormes im Share your joys rather than your sorrows with those you love Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J E Stormes 1m When labor is in a state of unrest commercial affairs are rather quiet A Startling Svrprlae 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 50c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish druggist Paint Lick im purifying annoying have 100 druggist followed COs condition Refuse il r HRMLESS SHAKES A cough is more dangerous than a snake because there are some snakes that are harmless and there is no cough that is not danger ous Yet the very people who kill any snake on sight on the gen eral principle that it might be deadly let a cough alone on the it wont killtheory that perhaps I them Hundreds of thousands of men and women have paid with their lives for the neglect of a slight cough Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery cures coughs bronchitis weak and bleeding lungs and other diseases of the organs of respiration which if neglected or unskilfully treated ter minate fatally in consumption I feel it my duty to give testimonial in behalf of great medicine writes Mr John T Reed of Jefferson Jefferson Co Ark When I commenced Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I was very low with a cough and would at times spit up blood I was not able to do any work at all was weak and my dizzy The first bottle I took did me so much good that I had faith in it and con tinued until I had taken twelve bottles Now I do not look like nor feel like the same man I was a year ago People were astonished and said they did that I could live I can thankfully say that I am entirely cured of a from which had not been for your wonderful I would have n headwas Discovery 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 Judged by its cures there is no other medicine just as good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for coughs weak lungs and other diseases of the organs of respiration Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipa tion They do not beget the pill habit n L 11 I 11 U ell J u For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Clover Seed mar ket price Banks Hudson y18tf Clover Seed mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Owners of cows have learned to keep only good cows and what is almost as much to the point have learned quite a little as to economical feeding An Angora goat was sold in the American Royal show Kansas City for 1400 Thursday of last week The former owner was D C Taylor of Lake Valley N M and the purchaser was A Kemble of Muscatine Iowa Milking should be done rapidly and it is therefore not well to have too many hands employed in the work With one milker to a dozen cows there is more likelihood of efficiency of work than when half as many cows make up the tale The slow hand gets less milk and dries the cow Joseph Landauer a cattle feeder and shipper of St Joseph Mo has just purchased the entire output of swill of the Sunnybrook distillery of Louisville for this season and is hay lug shipped here about 4000 cattle which he will feed at the distillery The season of feeding the cattle con tinues seven months They will then be ready for shipment to England The TranterKenney horse sale in Lexington was attended by a large crowd Sixtyfour horses were sold for a total of 815375 and averaged 24025 a head The best sales of the day were the famous sire Jay Bird for 81500 and the twelve year old brood mare East Morn for Warren Bacon of Paris purchased both During the Lexington meeting there were 35 races in Vhich there were 301 starters which contested 121 heats avenge time less than 211 Last year 104 heats were contested in time averaging two seconds This year the money was well distrib uteri no less than 105 horses 65 trot r I WantedHighest WantedHighest 1000 ofan n r tern and 40 pacers shared its division Of these no less than 21 each won 000 or over Poultry raising is the most widely disseminated of all the industries of man and is almost ant versal But the price for eggs and fowls indicate that the de mand is not fully met that more of these products should be grown and marketed Farmers have the facili ties for easily doubling the output In so doing the prices would not be lessened for people would simply buy more eggs and more fowls and thus maintain the equilibrium of supply and demand It is sometimes asserted that cattle and sheep require the same amount of feed per thousand pounds o f live weight The statement seems not to be well founded In some experiments at the Iowa Station the cattle con sumed 196 pounds of dry matter per thousand pounds of live weight against an average of 2907 by sheep Both sheep and cattle were on full sheep made a daily gain of 575 pounds per thousand pounds of live weight and the cattle 214 In summing up this comparison we find that while the sheep ate 48 per cent more than the cattle they also gained nearly 75 per cent more I have a pretty line of Jardiniers suitable for presents They are nice for keeping flowers in the house Call at my home on Lexington street and and see them They are very cheap Mrs Singleton tf Does our butter need to be or wished before going on the market Country hucksters the most of the butter to be made again so if you sell good butter to the huckster and your neighbor sells bad it all has to be made new if the huckster mixes your There are from this two persons who take butter once each week to our market town one gets 20 cents per pound cash the other from 15 to 17 cents half cash half in trade The latter sells at the grocery store the former direct to customers the first always takes good butter Sometimes the others butter is quite a little off To which class do you belong 1 feed The renovated general supply iteducate neighbor neighborhood materially The liniment bottle and flannel strip are familiar objects in nearly every household They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism about as effective in the battle with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare andare Rheumatism is caused by an acid sour condition of the blood It is acrid irritating matter that settles i uui IIIMCS were deposited there by the blood and can be thebloodRubbing with liniments sometimes temporarily the aches andbut i ui change of the weather the real disease lies are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughlyand promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream cI filledwith in the joints muscles and nerves and and oils nor nothingelse applied can dislodge these gritty They reachedonly pains these are only symptoms which are to return with every andy mecp of rich strong blood to the affected parts which dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and mostpainsSt exhilarating tonic Our physicians will advise charge all whoabout their case and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Of Course You Want Ik Best To get the Latest Creations and Swellest styles in MILLINERY Call on us Our stock was carefully selected is very pretty the cor rect and prices right No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT wnt r Iii Iii Iii Iii Iii m J 1 I I r 0 General Most Important Events o the Day Boiled Down o Readable Shape Items bom Everywhere The story that the musical library of the late P S Gilmore had been sold for 275000 is denied One plant in Louisville and one in Albany are embraced in a 42000000 ax handle and edge tool combine The Grand Tribunal of the Knights of Pythias of Indiana has decided that the recent gift of 825000 by the G rand Lodge to the Rathbone Sisters was il jury in the case of Col Ed But ler the St Louis millionaire politi cian charged with attempted bribe ry returned a verdict of guilty and lixed his penalty at three years nnpris onment The Tobacco Trust is trying to break up the warehouse system of Lou isville and Cincinnati It wishes to have the Richmond system without inspection samples or reclamation prevail here The trust has begun to deal directly with the growers as much as possible The Texas cotton crop is estimated at about 92J per cent as compared with that of last year The new Walnut street Baptist church of Louisville was dedicated Sunday with imposing ceremonies President Roosevelt spent Sunday quietly in camp dining on roast bear paws and on possum and sweet President W II Newman of the New York Central announced that his road was increasing the salaries of its employes all along the line ranging from 5 to 20 per cent The Lake Shore will post notices tomorrow of 10 per cent increase for switchmen The Rio Grande has given switchmen an increase of three to four cents an hour Reports of increases in wages on the Reading and Erie are current Due to the freight blockade there are idle in the Pittsburg district 5 GOD men including 20000 miners 0000 furnace workers 13000 mill men and DODO laborers The blockade is grow ing worse daily It threatens the in dustral prosperity and is impeding this by keeping many furnaces and mills idle In the Shenango and Ma honing valleys and the Cleyeland there were down yesterday 22 blast furnaces There were about 1 500 of the necessary 2200 cars to the coke regions yesterday Mines are idle throughout the district because enough cars cannot be secur ed to keep them going An estimate of the number of men so thrown idle places the figure at 20000 and at a time when the output is sorely These men are losing in daily about 806000 Operators are be hind 1500000 tons in shipments with an estimated loss of 82000000 Col Myron T Herrick the retiring president of the American Bankers Association states that in his opinion the bankers generally favor an currency issued by the Govern ment on State county and municipal bonds Col Merrick says that for this a reasonable rate of intwest not to be less than 5 or G per cent should be charged The theory of magnetic healing scored a victory in the United States Supreme Court when Justice Peck ham overruled the decision of a lower court which had sustained an alleged fraudulent order of the Ppstmaster General prohibiting the use of the mails to a college teaching that Justice Peckham did not pass on the merits of the case but said the theory must be proved to be a fraud ro Preserve Cabbage Take any kind of clean barrel wind from top to bottom with three or four thicknesses of paper fastening the in place by tying twine around it Old newspapers will answer every Place three or four thicknesses of paper in the bottom of the barrel the head having been removed Strip outside leaves from cabbage and wind each head with several thicknesses of paper then pack closely in barrel Heads of cabbage treated in this will keep perfectly and come out as fresh and crisp in spring as when first taken from garden in fall Keep the barrel of cabbage in a cool cellar during Jackson county Mich There is no cough medicine so as Foleys Honey and Tar It con taines no opiates or poisons and never fails toure C C J E Stormeslm The wigmaker is a locksmith that love never laughs at For A Bad 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 The first should has dly be censured She only answers a fool according to his folly Fhyslclanv 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 im t I uq I I otes In r I legalThe potatoes district delivered needed wages emergency theory e paper purpose manner winterJohn Ottawa popular Chamberlains prescribe News 9 S ROGERS STAINFLOOR FINISH Staiu and Finishes floors oprrationl No Shellac No Oil No WaxEasily Applied Dries hard over night Imitates Hardwoods Perfectly I I Ask ot for sampler of wood finished Rogers Stainfloor Finish Frisbies Drug Store atone vii a Wanted Clover timothy German Millet and hemp seed for wliiuh we will pay the highest market pri v II A It Marksliury There is a young bachelor not a thousand stiles away who wants a nice housekeeper lie is extremely modest in his requirement one who ran cook to perfection milk six cows attend the garden and indentally shuck a tIe corn for the hogs Any one know ing of such a refit will please let him know through the columns of the Democrat P S She must also be stylish and a good looker Winchester Democrat The girl who can do all the things which the bachelor above referred to mentions in his list of requirements for election to his good graces is certainly competent and convenient sort of a companion but the girl who would do them deserves no better fate than lobe hooked for life to just the sort of karat villian as the gentleman reformed to by the Democrat Of course Clark county will find it dillicult to keep its maidens from bruising themselves up in that mad rush to seize this bargain oiler Lexington Leader niACASIMi fill1ST V VKAKS OLD The IirltmtM December Number thc Delineator iMalM llieTliIr- tleth Ainiiveryry Number 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 suuieient to state that in it the best modern writers and artists are represented The book contains over 50 pages with 54 fullpage of which 20 are in two or more colors The magnitude of this December number for which T2S tons of paper and six tons of ink have b en used may be understood from the that 11 presses running 14 hours a day have been required to print it the binding alone of the edition of l L 000 copies representing over 20000000 sections which had to Ixj gathered by human hands Breaking into a blamg home some firemen lately dragged the sleeping from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dent do it Dr Kings New Discovery for gives perfect protection a gainst all Throat Chest and Lung Troubles Keep it near and avoid suf fering death and doctors bills A 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 Paint Lick Price 50c and 81 00 Trial bottles free 1m People who overlook the importance of small affairs are seldom able timatc the importance of great ones nit Liniment on Karth I M McITany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2d 1900 I had rheuma tism last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but gut 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 1 havent felt any rheu matism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism For rheuma tic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Ballards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 2 c 50c and at R E McRoberts drug store lm One should not believe too many things neither should he disbelieve too many things Call for Conventions The Democratic Committee for the lthcial District of Ky at a meeting of said Com wince held in the city of Danville August itli 190J adopted the following method of candidates for Circuit Judge and Com mouwealths Attorney In said District to be voted for at the November election 1JO 1st The Democratic voters of the District are requested to sties at their several voting precincts in the District on the Silt day of De cember at 2 oclock p in They will be call ed to order by their precinct County Commit teeman and will proceed to elect a Chairman and Secretary and then proceed to the election of delegates to a county convention each pre clue being entitled to elect one delegate for each onehundred votes or fraction of one hUll dred over fifty cast for the Democratic cued dates iu said precinct ut the last election and if any precinct did not cast 100 votes in said election sail precinct shall ne vertheless be entitled to at least one delegate to said county convention Alternates shall also be elected to take the place of each dele gate who may be unable to act or decline to act The chairman of said precinct meeting shell certify the results to and transmit them to the Chairman of the respective County Com mittee 2nd The delegates to each County tion shall meet at the Court louse of their respective Counties on Dec Sth 190J and shall be celled to order by their respective County Committee Chairman a n d after electing a Chairman anti Screetary shall proceed to elect Delegates to a District convention to be held at the Court House in Danville Ky in which Boyle County shall be entitled to eight votes Garrard county to seven votes Lincoln count to nine votes and Mercer county to nine votes that being their relative strength as shown by their votes for the Democratic candidate at the last presidential election Said delegates when they assemble shall be called together by the Chairman of the Demo cratic Committee for this Judicial District to whom the returns from the county convention certified by the respective Chairman and Sec retary of the county convention shall be de livered Said Convention shall assemble at the Court House In Danville Ky on tlio 10th December and proceed to elect a Chairman and Secretary und make nomina tlous for Judge and Commonwealths Attorney and perform all acts and functions proper to a Demociatic Convention 31d At the precinct meetings all Demo crats who will support the nominees are enti tled to vote K C WAKREN Clim LEE CURKEY Set 13 Judicial Dist Ky Oct 31st 1902 1t It 1 o generously fact individually mlll rlamcs inmates Consumption teaspoonful drug store to es 100 nominating dayof I 1 St- t th lift illustrations dsleep l C relief Jut Iresido tit Conic li t You Are Going North If You Are You lire Going East tf You Are Going WasiPU- nCHASC TICKeT VIA HC LOUISVILLE 4 TUSKVILLC R R AriD SO set The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The of omfo The Minimum of Rates Rates Time anti nil ether fnfomiatjor wif oe cheerfully furnished QUCOI Crescent Time Card TKA1NS AT ANYILLC SOUTH BOCJJD umber 1 daily 110 stop ll am- XnmtwrSlMirtnitt On Flag HSWpin Somber 5 Daily 11 7 um Somber Daily except Sunday 7A m KOKTH BOPK- DKnmber 9 stops wlitu Bagged 4U pm Number I Daily IKKS Sot Stop Number 6 Daily Stop Number 10 Daily except Puudayi a1am- NnmKT I does not stop ct Danville bat does stop at Junction City at tf SCJ II WO1 VI Dll j I tax by 13 pin I um I f trot g I o aa T LoVisiLLaL e l orfn1UT CHESAPEAKE Tiinein efct July 15 1912 a OHIO laY Wiinhe ter ill 7 am ttJNin MtSterliu li un ArWahinjjton Sj am 7U7ini New York llKam 9 pm LvNeWYork 7 rwnn I pwi IblUdelphia 7iflOpnjill tripe Jltterl in 7 4 avm 5iO Tn 213p Win MitMteri 7 Ufcam 45spM22ain 2tApi- ArLexington 7mm 5 ipnil7Uunj 330p- Arhonisvilie 1030Mo DAILY Other trains run daily except Snniaj For cut reservations or write or telephone LEXINGTON Ky Digests what you It artiSoiali jdigests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon the exhatitU digestive or It is the latest discovcrcudigest ant and tonic io other preparation can approach It in stantly anil permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrarapsand all other results of imperfect digestion and Large size contains 2 Stlmo3 small BoykaUaljatdyspepsiaraaielfta Preaared by E C DzWlTT CO Chicago TRIES TREES BY THS MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAVX and GAR DEN We employ XO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on Application BOTH PHONES II 1 iill NMEYER SOX Lexington Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Ju leI am a candidate for the Democratic now nation for the judgeship of the lath judicial district of Kentucky comiKised of tlie counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M O SAUFIKY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to nnuounue Chus A Hardin as a candidate before the Democratic party as Cominouiveiiltli Attorney of the thirteenth Judicial District hot Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon W C IJell as a candidate before the Democratic imr for Circuit Judge of this the Thirteeth Ju diciaial District Or Kings New Iu Consumption Coughs and Cciis Than 3y Jlii Other Throat And Lung Combined This vvonaeKu medicine posiiivcl cures Consumption Coughs Coids Asthma Pneumonia Hr LaGrippt HcarsereoS Sore Throat Croup and Whooping cough OFAY- Prco SOc 1 trial Bottle JtQ ECodo9 Dyspepsia sure Digests what you eat Farm For Sale li0 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 ll 4t Strayed From my place on Tuesday night Now 18th a sorrel mare with bald face Any information leading to her discovery will be liberally Charley Ballard Cartersville Ky The depth of an injury depends in a measure upon the sympathy it excites T 011 m s otmiti18pm f 1 mill atDlI1 roan t 3 I10 tlam on iuam s 1 nlO to and om York GEt W B R tj DPA fir IEj j w Dyspepsia Cure eat eiil cting rrans t1 ciecy Grape- Vines thi t rRlf J D lXC r rJigC ery Reu lies CURi rewarded raTlml- onistille lrxinetw Ilaram 815smi litntl5i tbpal STATIONS m- Throngh Trains f New r in 1 Fs t tTWI i ZNvc Fever Pleu is SIB Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuabie improve ment None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday Public Square Lancaster Ky 1t 11 I ICA fIr fi WI 11 1 I s iitJiiltith tiUibbflMfl y 1 ra r raditThe r left Lr A M BOURNE u AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Unvnmtccd Leave word at the CJNTKAL RKC HD- oilice address me at Lancaster Smooth Finish So much desired by all for their collars is given at this Laundry want evidence send ns a trial bundle will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 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JDHHSTTIST Dr Kinn lr rs oppotabs a over Theytemporarily cure by agitating n e execute their natural functions r ural agitation caused cathartics continual and increasing doses to attain results on the Chills form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY PER BOTTLE liversecretesUnnat compels F j 1 Y C Eli S I r t TractsS v a c