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CENTRAL RECORD THIRTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY NOV JT 1902 I THE xa ISas sa SHOES Mens King Quality ShoesPrice 350 LadiesQueen QualityShoes Price 300 LadiesPrincess PerfectionShoes Price 225 OurLine SchoolShoes At 100 125 150 Can JLNot Be ExcelledOur LineMens andBoys HighTop ShoesAt 150 200 250 300and 400Are TradeWinners THE LOGANDRY GOODS COMPANY TIDE BEST TO BUY I Lf 4 f Let the poor be not forgotten and let those who have prospered remember those who have not for the sincer est expression of gratitude is not in fulsome words of the mouth but in deeds of charity and kindness to those who need BeckhamhelpGov Items of Local interest Go to church today You measley old sinner youve got lots to be thank ful for Go over to the musical contest Stanford tonight Its going to be a car known among the rail road boys as the bread wagon was here Friday Go over and applaud for the entries in the musical contest at Stanford tonight The date for the Watterson lecture at Danville has been changed to Thursday Dec 4th Dont get this confused with date published in last The Ilarrodsburg Democrat was sold Saturday Lew B Brown editor of the Spencer Courier has bought the paper from W P Walton and will assume immediate charge KirUNvillc Sale Mr James B Walker the well known Kirksville merchant sold to Mr R S Brown another merchant his residence and 15 acres of land located in that thriving little town Sumo Here Ion Somerset Journal people of Somerset are in the main intensely Kentuckian with a homespun warp and woof in their general make up They dontmincl going for each oth er once in a while but they despise the upstart stranger who takes that liberty upon short acquaintance Good Crops in Illinois In remitting for TIlE RECORD our friend Sam Sutton writes Ills that the corn crop was tine in that part of the state and adds About half the crop has been gath ered it is making from 50 to 75 bushels per acre and is of good quality Wheat though sown late looks well It has been exceedingly wet here the most of the year Accept my best wishes for the continued success of your paper and for the advancement of Old Lan caster Important to Sunday School Worker There is to be held in Louisville Dec 912 a unique and very impor tant meeting The State Sunday School Association has secured services of four of the most eminent Sunday School experts in America to conduct a four days Pastors Sunday School Institute All pastors will be entertained While especially for pastors everybody is invited unusually strong program has been prepared and will be sent with other information upon application A Fox General Secretary Louisville KentuckyWe looking more and more pastors for leadership in the im portant work of the Sunday school and believing that they would appre ciate any effort to help them this In stituto is called Bad iTiauiiern If you want to see the number of ill mannered illtempered people in the community just spend a few minutes in the telephone exchange and you will be surprised to see how many there are People who are considered respectable gentlemen and ladies too will yell at the operator and show instant that they have been brought up without any regard to good manners and in some cases being taught the first principles of politeness Any one with a of sense knows that an operator cannot answer halfadozen calls at once yet people grind the crank on the phone like it was the handle of a coffee mill and speak in a manner that they would not dare use to a face Its pitiful to see a man so depraved but there are many such cattle in the world as we clearly saw the other evening while spending a few minutes in a telephone exchange not more than a thousand miles from RECORD office A gentleman will the gentleman under all and a tough will act the tough equally as certain j I J n r at hummerThe issue Sold I for 3500 fromDewi tt I n toE without thimbleful persons circumstances I I Lancaster Paper formerly The tlh A tour an Tact a Several local Masons will go to Dan ville Monday night to witness work in the Royal Rev M r Chumbley J W Sweeney and F P Frisbie are the candidates Mr Plaster of Paris as E J Carpenters Company of Comedians who number among their ranks some of the best exponents of farce comedy in the country will be presented at Opera House in Danville on Dec 5 JSeiiHivals Charley Anderson and family have moved to Dr Herrings residence on Richmond street and Dr Herring and family are residing in their new house just vacated by Rev A R Moore Mr Moore is resieing III the Dr Beax ley property on Danville street Charley Hiiy Interest Our good friend Charley Gorman of Lexington has recently purchased an interest in the Navarre one of the most popular resorts in Lexington and will be glad to see his old friend Everybody knows Charley Xorman as more popular or biggerhearted boy never lived Attractive Window An attractive window has been fitted up at liaisons White Elephant Store A neat coup has been arranged in which are two beautiful white turkeys Their wings have been given a purple tint and the legs are bronzed malting the birds exceedingly pretty They are unusually large and attract a crowd all the time Will Show at KirlCMVillc The Big Four Minstrels composed of young men of this place will go to Kirksville Saturday night Dec ilGtli and give a performance in the Opera House The boys have been working hard and will put up a good show Many of the company have had exper behind the cork and its safe to say will give the people of that thriving city the worth of their money For the small sum of twentylive cents we will place your name in our list of posted farms elsewhere in TIlE RECOKD We will run this notice week Its true your land is post ed any way but this adds to the strength of it and shows the intrud ers that you will have no monkey busi ness Send in the quarter and your name will be added niclier on TJic Tripod During the absence of Editor Groff Mr Louis Pilcher has editorial charge of the Nicholasville Journal Louis is a tine writer and a fellow with a head full of good horse sense lie has been traveling in the West for the past year Mr Pilcher will be remembered by our older citizens as the gentleman who with Capt Sam Boone conducted the biggest temperance revival held in Lancaster They held the devil up by the tail and did great good After a lingering illness Mr B W Gaines died at the family residence in this city yesterday morning at three oclock Deceased was seventyfive years of age and was born in Boyle county He leaves a widow and eight children The remains will be taken to Danville at ten oclock this morn ing for interment He was a goodcit izen and Christian gentleman and was widely known and had many who extend sympathy to the family As we go to press today it is to give a more extended notice of the deceased Satan Is Climbing Louisville Times Mr Robert E Hughes is realizing all the high that his friends raised when he assumed the position of secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Association He has brought to the duties of the ollice his long and successful as newspaperman combined with good judgment and industry He is a born boomer and hustler Bob began his newpaper career as devil in the Lancaster printing and from the beginning put in his best licks toward reaching the top of the ladder When he used to the office with an old bedtick apron a dirty face and several dabs of ink in his red hair the boys him Satan and he carries the yet Arch presented- by fir Your Ltutl every impossible expectations experience office runabout Yost eve liallies t calls nickname A Coon Sale Many little commonwealth cases have been disposed of in circuit court this week Among the number are several vagrants who the court order sold They will be put up Friday and sold to the highest bidder All are negroes and about as trifling a set as can be found anywhere lion W Hell Here Hon W C Bell was in town this week and made us a most pleasant call Mr Bell as we knowis a for Circuit Judge He is a lead jng member of the Harrodsburg bar and si gentleman of splendid lIe is a sociable clever gen tleman and has a strong following in our county having made a friend of all with whom he has become Herex A Pointer If you are in Cincinnati and cant get through with your business in time to catch our train So 11 at240 you can wait and come out on No 5 at 7JO p m come to Richmond and stay all night at the Glyndon hotel and como on home next morning on Capt Phil Prices train reaching Lan caster at 1040 a m This will be cheaper than staying all night in the city and beside you save over half a day by it You leave Richmond at 830 and Jno Marrs will see that you have a good feed and a good nights rest beside This is worth KIHimoml items Register Messrs T D Chenault Sr Harvey Chenault and T D Chen ault Jr have sold 4150 head of fine export cattle to Mr J W Bales at G cents One hundred and sixty of these which were delivered the past week averaged 155i pounds which makes them bring 810114 per head The sale of Mr George D White was held Tuesday November 18 Owing to the inclemency of the weath er only a fair crowd was present The land was taken down at per acre and only a few minor sales were made Among other things sold was 500 shocks of fodder at 15 cents in the field Mr White has had several offers to sell privately but is undecided yet what he will do Colby JenkiiiM AMMI IIH Colby M Jenkins one of the most extensive farmers and tobacco raisers of this county and agent for the Con tinental Tobacco Co tiled a deed of general assignment in the Garrard county clerks ullice yesterday of all his personal and real property not ex empted by law Capt Win Herndon was named as assignee oBis principal creditors were the National Bank of Lancaster 5000 Farmers Shippers Tobacco Co of Cincinnati 2021 Eddie Adams StiOO White Co of Louisville and various other Jenkins principal assets of 35 acres of land in this county His liabilities are in excess of his assets Circuit Court The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday morn ing with Judge Saufleey on the wool sack and Commonwealths Attorney John Sam Owsley looking after the interests of the state The usual charge was given the grand jury Judge Sauiley dwelling at length on violations of the liquor laws the chief trouble here in Lancaster The crimi nal docket is made up of custom grinding that is the usual pistol carriers whisky sellers and other smallfry being in the majority The civil dockets have quite a number of cases the most of them being against the railroad Most of the cases against the road are for failure to get stock into Cincinnati at a specified time The juries are made up as follows W S Bourne J T Ballard J W Teater C K Poindexter John W Royston E D Cools Talton Wheeler R II Ballard J M Palmer W R Cook O J Hendren J W Mitchell- r foreman TETIT JURY D S Swope J P McCormick George Sadler Sweeney Morgan A B Estridge Henry Vantress S W Poor VVm Broaddus A II Stigill B 11 Lear G II Secrest Robt Clark J II Arnold W B Marksbury C T Grimes Thos Stone John Ballard Nath Bogie Wm Hughes Milton Ward J N Myers A T Anderson Pat Sutton Sportsmen Think of This The quail season opened and a general scramble was made by sportsmen to get into the field The Shelby News says is one thing however that should be which may help to keep you out of trouble as well as out of other peoples fields The law says plainly that every mans land is post ed whether it is marked or not and any person who goes on such land without permission is a trespasser and is subject to indictment Many of the farmers in the county have not to put up with the usual tres pass of the hunters this year so you had better know where you go The farmers are right on this proposition In the first place the quail on his farm are as much his own as his chickens in his barn yard besides the ordinary hunter has little regard for the prop erty of the farmer and too often leaves destruction in his path If you have no friend that will permit you to on his farm you had better buy you a ranch of your own and stock it with game to suit yourself I all attainments 5750 00 persons smaller Stl ms1 consist GRAND uiY Ollie Terrill there remembered resolved hunt candidate acquainted remembering C Dun kerson- C i Saturdays A corps of geological surveyors is camped on Major Kinnairds lot They are making a complete map of this section Their sketch of Dix river is splendid Mr Plaster of Paris pronounced by the dramatic critics of the country to be one of the funniest farces ever written will be seen at Opera House Danville Dec 5th You should see our elegant line of Rocker and Diners Center tables and Dining tables Folding beds and suits at prices that will supprise you G L Carpenter Stanford Ky Court Day Monday was rainy and cold conse quently few came to town While business with the merchants was fair ly good yet it was not by any means what it would have been A great many summoned as witnesses and for Circuit Court got through and went home before dinner Ready For Occupancy The interior of the Baptist has received all repairs and will be used next Sunday at the usual hours The furnaces are completed and will be fired up Sunday morning This will be a great improvement over the old fashioned wood burning stoves that have done service for so many years Important Meeting The ladies Cemetery Auxiliary will have an important meeting next afternoon in Masonic Hall at three oclock It is desired that every member be present at that hour Those who have not paid their dues are requested to arrange same at their earliest conyenince as the end of the year is at hand and the treasurers books must be closed Lancaster Plans Good Luck Before the issue reaches our the appointment of Gen Dan R Collier as pension agent for will doubtless have been made The president has signified his inten tion of appointing Gen Collier and as every prominent republican in the state is for him there is no doubt of his success The place was made va cant by the appointment of the agent to the place filled by Dr Hunter Gen Collier is a wheel horse in the republican party and his will come nearer wings of the party than that of any other prominent man He is an old soldier having commanded a during the civil war and his selection will of course please the G A R Katharine Eggleston Dec 11 3t House for rent Possession given at once W J Romans Bedroom jurymen church subscribers Kentucky appointment pleasing- all regiment Monday former Most all the stores will be closed today Look After Your Hemp You can say in TnE RECORD re marked Mr II A B Marksbury that we have information that hemp spread on wheat fields for setting is in condition as the rapid growth of the wheat has covered the hemp up entirely and unless prompt and proper precaution is taken the hemp will probably be damaged very materially The volunteer hemp has also made its appearance in the hemp fields and has completely covered the hemp spread on the ground and it would be well enough for the farmer to look after his hemp and watch it closely to prevent any damage orloss About The Railroad It has been announced through Louisville papers that the Southern J Railway will soon begin the construc tion of its road from Harrodsburg to Danville This report comes pretty straight and while we are doubtful that it will be done yet it may be true If it is the intention of the Southern to continue this line from Danville to Jellico it would be a knock out for Lancaster but we do not believe it will be extended from there Mr Spencer has told Lancas ter parties all along that Ave were not out of the fightana this coupled with the fact that Judge Humphries the chief attorney for this road in Ken tucky says Lancaster should not lose hope leads us to adhere to our origin al opinion that when the connection for the South is made it will come through Garrard Before giving up the fight our people should remember that the road hasnt yet secured the right of way through Mercer and Har rodsburg and will not do so without a hard fight Mercer county people are not going to allow all that taxable property to be taken from her borders without a fight and if the terminal is made at Danville it means that the shops etc will be moved from Bur gin if there was no intention of coming through Garrard we dont see why one of its offici s would be con soling our people I such a thing is never done by raimmd companies- If the extension is made on to the south from Danville it necessarily passes through Lincioln Lincoln has all the roads she needs and you can wager she is not going to give the right of way The Garrard line is the best and as the road can get it free we dont believe it will extend the other way This matter has drifted about far enough and TILE RECORD would advise the Commercial Club to write Mr Spencer and ask a definite answer and if such is not forthcoming return the notes it holds to the givers and destroy the rightofway papers Lets have an understanding adangerous r JRJaselden 2 0o0 2 i I z y FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming BEAZLEY I COfjA The Talk of the Town tt OOOOOOOO t i X00000000000000000 0 e 0 0 ez eli 0 Everybody is talking about em speaking words of praise only for their splendid fitting looking and wearing qualities The tailors are wondering how we do it Their customers are satisfied that we do do it The business man the pro fessional man the salesman the society man the workingman all are daily becoming friends of our store and wearing the good clothes we sell UNDERWEAR 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 o 4 t o o 12 0 t o 2 o o Q tO 0 o 0 0 0O 0 0 0 O p 0o 0 0 0 0 We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0s Q Life insurance policies bought Q for cash or loaned on for sums v of and upward R 500 0000C 00000000000000mJ 0 Are the Suits and Overcoats s We Sell SINGLE or DOUBLE BREASTED Suits Z for cold rain or t shine IIo o V II o 2 0 o Overcoats ai Of the best materials that it is possible to obtain at prices not in the city to suit all Suits 5 750 850 10 1250 15 and 18 Overcoats 4 5 750 10 1250 15 and 18 equaled wearers O O The One Price Clothier i 0 I n tt tt t t t t t t f f f 111 t f It It 1 0 0 0 A 0A 0 0 0A 00 000 4OQ444 I r rrs rrU fgl rrtIfB mglliilJ IF YOU NEED A WAGON Ji BUY THE BEST yv rwl r t 5r a I 7 Lrt3 a tom frtJ OLD HICKORY WAGONS i I Are sold on a positive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES PH TONS 1m HARNESS RUGS WHIPS Ic R 0 MAN S illELM 0 R E I JIIriI ffiJ fP ffiJ8rTlf i Ij p E3 D D CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SccondClate Vail Matter Lancaster Ky Nov 27 7902 WEKE it not for the hustlers inLou Isville we fear old Kentucky would never have her vast resources made known to the outside world An ef fort was made to have the recent leg islature appropriate money for a cred itable display at the great St Louis Fair but a number of hayseed repre sentatives who ought to have been pulling the bellcord over a mule vo ted it down Realizing the necessity of a good exhibit a number of Louis ville hustlers undertook to carry out the plan The Commercial Club took hold of the matter and now its a sure go The Louisville business men have awakened to the fact that to be in the fight Kentucky must push her self to the front and if the people out in the state would lend them any kind of assistance they would certainly bring about wonderful things tins CAKKIE NATION who was born and raised in this county continues to attract attention all over the coun try by smashing saloons She attend ed the New York horse show last week and walking up to the private box occupied by the Vanderbilts pro ceeded to deliver a stump speech to the rich and merry party She told them they had better take some of the money they were wasting on fine clothes and give it to the poor or lend a helping hand to suffering humanity etc She was telling the the gospel truth and a few more such bombshells should be pitched into their camp They live for self and self aone and its a good idea to call them down occasionally Mrs Nation is related to some of the best people in this county and while her esca pades are not altogether proper yet her object is a worthy one THE Louisville Times is all right A 1 in every respect but if the splendid paper dont stop printing continued stories the many long suffering male subscribers are going to raise a mighty howl Did you cut out the Mississippi Bubble for me to night Did you forget to bring the Times greets 31 fellow when he goes to supper ana the fellow having read the paper from eend to eend has carefully forgotten to bring it home Then comes the fire works What hubby thinks and murmurs about Bob Brown on his return trip for the pa per containing the to be cuntinued wouldnt look well in print HElms something to think about Garrard county people It has been suggested and strongly endorsed that the republicans nominate Hon W O Bradley for governor and make no other nominations Many believe he would be elected So far so good Now its a foregone conclusion that our other townsman Hon K H Tom linson will be nominated for lieuten ant governor by the democrats Of course he would be elected and Gar I LANDRAM I 1 ye high liyers rard would have the honor of furnish governor and lieutenant governor wouldnt that jar the cherries on grandmas bonnet A MAN named McDonald who fled to Europe from New Jersey is said to be 8150000 short with a building and loan association There is evidently a mistake in the reported shortage If he had stolen so large an amount he could have remained at home and posed as a great feenancier If he has been compelled to nee to a foreign country its safe to say he stole a hog or a horse MEAT is so scarce remarks the Hawsville Plaindealer that if a fel low catches a possum his friends will walk 14 to spend the day with him Mabe some men would but we doubt it It takes a good many men and a big lot of whisky to devour one possum Theres always more possum left than anything else af ter the supper THE enterprising publisher of a Tennessee newspaper gave away a bot tIe of whisky with every cashinad vance subscription It must have been an expensive plan but it furnish ed golden opportunities to the long faced hypocrites who want a nip but are afraid to go into a saloon after it There are many of that kind in every community THERE was a case of genuine justi fiable homicide at Somerset last week One boarder killed another for loud snoring If there was ever anythin that would justify the taking of hu man life we believe that is it Some fellows evidently practice the art and can keep as much noise as the blower on a locomotive THE most complete and successful souvenir edition we have seen is that sent out by the Shelby Sentinel this week It is a great advertisement for the town and county and shows what hustling Charley Lewis and his splen did office can turn out w c T u Matters of Interest to The Good Ladle Who Fight The Rum Traffic Mrs Jack Naylor the heroine of the first prohibition election paid her dues and said that she was just as strong in the temperance cause now as then All of the states have passed a law requiring Scientific Temperance In struction in all ot the common schools Is that law being executed The series endorsed by Mrs Nunt and adopted by the Garrard county Board is Election Temperance Physialogies The House I Live In Youths F Brown Guide to Health A CracKerJack A business man of Kokomo To hunt the gamey Lass did go Me fished and he fished from morn till night But all the bass refused to bite To his great joy at last he took A striped beauty on his hook Which set his soul with pride afire So to his wife he sent a wire Ive got a Cracker Jack Weighs four pounds She answered back Thats not so much Ive got one too Weighs fourteen pounds and looks like yon ling miles Temperance oneits Manual Eti r Handsome Enlarged Picture FREE Begining Oct 31 for 3O days Sincerely believing that there is a distinct appropriateness about it we will give an elegant enlarged 16 x 20 framed and ready to with every tombstone to the val ue of 16 or more This is the same work you would pay an agent from 4 to 6 for Satisfaction guaranteed This offer will be open 30 days Oct 31 Par ties buying work less than stated price can get pictures at Garrard County Marble Works Y Shop next to Mason Hotel actualcost BUtiNA VI TA Henry Smith bought of 1 B Ruble one colt Ion P Ism of Mr Vi Us two sovs and sixteen fcr 0 The meeting at the Presbyterian church has closed with four additions Ruble bought of Scott 15 hogs at 5c also 20 more from other parties at same price Rev Belijaminc Urton a Baptist minister is conducting a series of meetings at the Pollys Bend school house Hawkins Ball bought several hun dred turkeys for Gihnan of Lexington and Riker A Good of Ilarrodsburg at 7cts on foot Miss Mattie Jackson of Ilarrods burg is visiting at Mrs Margaret Robinsons Mr James Burrows of Lowell visited friends here recently John Robinson has been very ill at his mothers for several weeks J F Ruble who has been quite ill with fever is doing very well at this writ ing Miss Murrell Strottor of Nich olasville was with friends here J T Wilson and son former merchants here will leave in a short while for Pink Jessamine county where they will engage in the mer chantile busness Miss Mary Perkins of Middlesboro is the guest of Misses Tomlincon and other relatives Mesdames Will Scott W P Ruble and J JPoor spent Tuesday with Mrs Will Proctor of Mercer Misses Jennie and Eliza Lane Mesdames Jas Chris topher and G II Lane spent Thursday with Mrs J T Hawkins of Marcellns Miss Mary Tomlinson who has been in Lexington for several weeks has returned home Mrs Bcnjamino Lane after a pleasant visit to tits Amanda Lane has returned to her home in Louisville Miss Irma Aus tin who is attending school at Leban on has been visiting her mother Mrs John Askins of McCreary made a brief visit to the family of J W Askins Mrs Thos Goode of Crab Orchard was the guest last week of Albert Skinners family Cheatham who purchased the Asa Brown farm has moved to his new home MANSE Rev Charles Y Crooks of Danville tilled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday basket supper at Beechwood was a successful affair and quite a good sum was realized Remember the entertainment and basket supper at Manse school house Friday night Nut 2Sth Band music Entertainment free A lady in this vicinity reports that she has strawberries blooming a sec ond crop of tomatoes roasting cars and mustard greens Quite a number from here attended the memorial services at New Hope church last Sunday The sermon was beautiful and impressive Miss Wallace possessed a lovely and noble character and died in a great cause Mesdames Adelia Woods of Stan ford Will Denton of Lexington Mr and Mrs Chas Higgins and Miss Linda Gormlcy of Richmond and Mr Higgins Woods of Cincinnati attended the memorial services Sunday and were with MrsSue Wallace Mr and Mrs Louis Doty of Stanford visited at O T Wallaces this week Mrs Belle Mendren returned from Brodhead where she has been with her daughter Mrs Ed Newland for a week Mr James Doores has returned to Lancas ter after a visit to niece Mrs John Doty Jr Mrs Jasper Bogie and pretty baby were in Buckeye last week Miss Maggie Sandidge of Boyle county has been visiting Mrs Jasper Bogie WALLACETON George Mitchell sold a nice sow to Bynum Pitts for 11 But little fall plowing has been done this section on account of the ground being too hard and dry but the nice rains of last week entirely re moved that hindrance Thirty years ago Mr Hiram Bowlin rode to this place where he now lives and stuck his switch a golden willow into the ground Today the switch measures seven feet and seven inches circumference Dave Bowfins house ahd contents were entirely destroyed by tire night His wife who is an was at his fathers and Dave built a fire then went to assist her home but being prevented by the rain from returning the house took fire and was burned during his absence On the 13th inst that being the birth day of Henry Elliott assistant foreman of the force at work on our new church here his mother Mrs C II Baker treated the entire crew of workmen to a warm dinner so nice that it was surpassed only by the kind riess of the donor herself and now all the workmen are longing for the of some other generous mothers effert is being made to have the present daily mail route from Paint Lick to this place extended on to Be rea If the project is successful which it certainly should be the people of Wallaceton and vicinity would then our larger neighboring towns instead of receiving much of their mail from 18 to 30 hours after it is almost within hallowing distance Dont forget the date Dec 4 for Henry Wattersons lecture at 3t Moderate drinkers belong to the same class as the moderate stealers t B Gus I recently 1 r au in in Saturday invalid birthday sonAn have as good mail facilities as any of Danville 1 M l- It lluu art shoats j The r Mr L N e has the Mrs Lnejr Martin fiirnv vr K ss nis foiTiKti A p rtt erj bp vitli liutonl JCty to Lake effect fife linn of the year John W Smith who is interested hi the log business in Rockeastle county was at home this week Paint Lick people have been iitteiuiing services held by llev Omstciid at the Christian church Kirksville Tie has had several addi tions up to date The largest audience that ever gath ered church was out Sunday morning to listen to the beau tiful and impressive memorial service held in honor of Miss Fannie L Wal lace who died in Tampico Mexico with yellow fever held by Rev Young pastor of that church and Rev Hud son of Lexington The family have the sympathy of the entire communi ty Those present from a distance were Mr and Iliggins ofliich mond MrsCiillie Denton of Lexing ton Mrs R Woods and daughter Min nie of Stanford Miss Amanda Ander son R H Batson and W West of Lan caster Mrs Lena Lawrence who has been the guest of Mrs John Smith for the past week has returned to her home in Mt Yernon AY S Fish who has been to the mountains on business has returned home Mrs Dr Casenberg has been very sick for the past week Xed Burdett left Thursday night for Junction City Mrs A Mc is visiting her daughter Mrs X B Estridye of this Clcl Tenill spent Sunday with his son Ollie Mrs Jack Adams has home from a visit to her daugh ter Mrs Ed England of Barbourviile Robert Lcdford spent Thursday wigh his parents Mr and Mrs Leander Led ford STONE C M Moberley bought of Leslie two hogs for S X G Preston sold to Sanders a bunch of shoats at ii cts Curt Robinson bought of N T Grow a bunch of shoats at 5 cts L L Sanders sold to Jim Coy a bunch of calves at H cts Preston Folger bought of differ ent parties hemp seed per bit L L Sanders sold to Hanks Hudson his crop of hemp seed at 150 per bu John Dean sold to C S Sanders one cow for S15 A successful meeting closed at Scott Fork Thursday night with nine George Preston is erecting a on the lot he lately purchased of M r Folger Rev Gay of Lexington will till the pulpit at Scotts Fork the lifth Sunday Let everyone come out and hear a good sermon Elbert Walker of Jessamine was in this community last week looking for hemp seed Mrs John Dean of Jes samine was the of Mrs M A Sanders last wftek Miss Minda of Pink was the guest of the Misses Sanders last week Miss Willie B Pierce returned to her home at Buckeye after spending two weeks with her cousin Jewell Sanders LOWELL There was preaching at the church Sunday by Rev L II Davis and wife of Bertha KY are visiting relatiues at this place Mike Hurt is working at Lancaster at this writing with Mr Tom Palmer in tobacco Jim Davis formerly of this place is laid up with a sprained ankle Jim says he does not mind the bed so much but the rabbits are ripe and he is losing lots of time Mrs Belle Henderson visited her daughter Mrs Ella Howe Saturday night and Sunday Anci Parks and wife visited their parents Sunday Rev Mr IIoughson pastor of the Bap tist church spent Saturday with J M Meadows and family Mrs Ibbie Da vis is ill at this writing Mr Gaines Henderson visited his brother John at Silver Creek Sunday FLATWOODS Fox and Bermet bought 100 bbls of corn from Mose Lawson and Jack Od wards for 175 W H Purr visited at M A Archers Sunday lIr and Mrs Samp Archer visited at Web Faulkners Sunday Mrs lea Lawson visited at her fathers Ed Cooks Sunday Miss Myrtle Cor mney was visiting Miss Susie and Eva Merrymie Friday night and Saturdays Miss Ada Cook visited Miss Myr tie Cormney Thursday night Henry Watterson at Danville Dec 4th Remember the date 3t Vlicu 1 liuvo time1 When I have time so things Ill do To make life happier and more fair For those whose lives crowded now with care IH help to lift thorn from their low despair When I have time When I have time the friend I love so well Shall know no more these weary tolling days Ill lead her feet In pleasant paths always And cheer her heart with words of sweetest praise When I have time When you have time the friend you hold so dent May he heyound the reach of all your sweet intent May never know that you so kindly meant To fill her life with sweet content When you have time Now Is the time I Ah friend no longer wait To scatter loving smiley and words of cheer To those around arc now so dear They may not heed you in the coming year Now is the time Well Spring PAL jtIGIi bought t New Hope C S T D Green I furlij I additions Eldred west s Thompson mUll are I I whose Hyes M Ali 7 0 lit r Clue Mrs hurter placer returned Walker G building Jennings Methodist 0 o r lji1k ir- 1Y rI 0URTrOT II g i s the dressiest andone of the j ost worn this season An accepted Amer ican standard of fashion 5 i not made merely good f enough but particularly ft well made and 1 MADE I TO MEASURE 1 ONLY I by the Royal Tailors of H Chicago See the latest Royal designs in swagger a overcoats business and 9 s semidress suits Royal Jr tailoring is square tailoring it makes friends Give us your patronage and well I win your friendship 1 r cc I g r I f i poiliar overcoat 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 see over five hundred of the newest widest ran e we have ever shown r i r that- f Calland fabricsthe money- saving J C HEMPHILL Agent Lancaster Ky The undersigned hereby rive warn frig to alt persons nut to trespass upon our lauds for hunting fishing ur any j purpose whatever as we will prow cute all oirenders to the tidiest extent of the law S F Embry Price Pros Ed X i Price 7eor e Leavell Dave Thompson V 8 Ferjruson Cox M Gram Lucien W L Lawson I avid Stephens W I Marian Mrs 2s It A Henzlcy Clay Sot ton Vm Lear T L Hroaddus Alex West1 W Sutton f A A Lear B L Kelly Robt Guliey Mrs JIIansbury West Mrs F M Farr F 1 White L Davidson J S Daniels Its 11 henry Yes said the curtain hanger I 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 stipation as is often the case with pills Regular size per box all Drug gist 1m It takes more than money to stake a living Luck In Thirteen By sending 13 miles Win Spirey of Walton Furnace Vt got a box ofj Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly cured a horrible Fever Sore on his leg Nothing else could Positively cures Bruises Felons Ulcers Eruptions Boils Burnes Corns and Piles Only 2 c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m True religion is duty linked in the divine Startling lut True If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New LifePills is writes D 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 cts at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m The death of sell is the life of the Stepped Against a Hot Stove A child Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child was in great agony and his moth er count 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 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 by all Druggists 1m Gods work must be dune in Gods wayEloquence is not of the Wisdom seldom runs in a rut Man is ever greater than his tools Benefit Lu Ile Aid Society Henderson Ky Lyceum Associa tion E L Barker your wonderful ver satility and exquisite acting in Peace ful Valley completely captured our people It gives me pleasure to say I have 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 a voting contest and other introduced Tickets erts at 50 cents general admission 35 cents children 15 cents The moon wilt rise at 7 oclock and shine all I i I c I I soulIo f I 17splendid features at McRob I night td t corTEa 1 Perkins Anderson i C stile lungs muss The season has arrived for and Papering rrv J S Painting Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I I S I i Handsomest line of we have ever shown I 1ALL PAFERS T l Full stock of Mammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts On Danville Street Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store A s Headquarters For New line of Just Received Ve can save on Physicians Prescriptions Brine them to us TTTTfTTTTT I We Can Supply Your Every Want I i J CIqrr 1jtQ Vaddu I S 1 Srr JL 0 r lJC I M you money ttittttt Drug Storey O OGOGO O O OC OOOv03000A0 vOeO OCti0 0 O OC G tvr 0 1 1s StoreDrug v 0 0 G O r i a- shAin aaht9 1 aJ 0 0 O 00- AeTlCCS 0 0 0 0 0 O srt000C O JO O OCO O Os P JO 0 000CO OnO O r 44 I Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators 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 Successors to J M t I 1 l Ve t i f E i f SON Higginbotham i JiJt T I WALKEItt I I STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN- on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Gar rard County Ench dollar paid for goods at K F Hare vrre store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST QF LEADING VOTES t r zI7Ym I iir CJ y rOt 0JjtJ pW j tI r rJ POT 01 B 1 Y yrc tom COITEX- r 0 r p LEa t Q IT C Arnold 332 WB Denny H2- gtt Frank Pierce 10 Win SS Kg 1 15 72 W U Cook 72 M Ell Walker 2- gg 7 A Sanders 4 IF White 47 M J B Woner 1 J 2 J II Dunn 22 M 21 M Dunn 1 W Sag a C Fox Jas ll QI Ruble 1 31 9 T l Tcvis Thompson John Bourne J Robinson1 Parks A K Walker Robt Burton Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold Robinson Frank Holtclaw L F Warner Walter Casey fWd J8 no B 17W J1 T C Gulley f12 QJ Y 11 eo 11 10 U i Layton fGjIS li17 13 2 J S A R Denny Counting Comtee Robt Kinnard jpfint mnnnnnmmm HANDSOME MILLINERY We are showing the handsomest line of Fall and Winter Millinery ever shown in Lancaster Call and inspect our line of Hats We will save you money j i j o C 0 o rJB1 rc aI jt 0 0 Pz rm rlljrv loII f llffimTIIDlltmmIDfiD 1 I I I I I l I I I Noel Sisters I l 1JWMWW y JLWHJlIIIDLID1JJJID WJJl 1LK l4 H lIlJUllW1 I Robinson 1 0 kllih l 1 t f i Gossip About People N N v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc Interested In Mr S C Denny is much improved this week Mr Coleman Lee of Louisville has been visiting here Mrs Bettie Landram who was very ill is somewhat improved Senator George Farris arrived Fri day for a few days visit home- S Miss Christine Bradley entertained a few friends Friday evening Little Robert Hughes Poland who has been sick is reported better Miss Bessie Batson and Mr Will Em bry visited friends in Stanford Sun dayMrs Alex Bealey of Stanford has been visiting the family of Dr W S BeiIey Mrs J E Stormes leaves next week for a visit to Mrs Arthur Ilubbard of Covington Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Point Burnside is visiting her niece Mrs Lewis Wai leer MrsSabastian Stone who has been visiting Miss Nell Dillon has return ed to Versailles Mrs Ophelia Dunn has bean visiting her parents Mr Jackson Kemper and ife of Danville Mr Spurgeon Sympson of Iluston ville has been visiting his brother Mr J II Sympson Misses Pattie and Dove Embry of Lexington visited Miss Alberta An derson Thanksgiving Mrs W 0 Bradley Christine have returned home from a visit to the exGovenor in Louisville Misses Letitia Eliza Brown and Ma BAIfflAS APPLES and Fruits too numerous to T mention T line is complete fline for Christmas ever in the city 4- DV line is f EVAPORATED Figs j Apples Raisins Currents I T Anything in this T just call fat the GOOD GROCERY A polite clerk J W Simpson to wait on you jf H M Ballonr I j and ORANGES CANDY II Prunes Etc CEREALS line t I I daughter Miss s 1 1 ggodssPeaches i 1 l 1 rr ry Wiescr of Lexington are guests of W S and R A Realcy Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have returned from a trip South Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbury has been visiting Mrs Jas 1 Hamilton Mr R G Price and wife who have been visiting Mrs Susan Price return ed Monday to their home in Danville Dr Simpson Elkin and wife who been guests of Miss Jennie have returned to their home in Atlanta J Rothwell John Burndside and Branam Blsizlcy have returned home from a hunting trip to Dripping Springs Miss Katharine Baughman of Stan ford and Mr Jlayden Dunn of Mar cellus were visitors of Miss Kittie Sunday Misses Lena Rignc Ethel West and Mantic Ballard of Hamilton Col lege Lexington spent Thanksgiving with home folk Mesdames Minerva Beddow and Margaret Ilollins of Danville who were guests of Mrs Ophelia Dunn have returned home Miss Rose Hudson an exceedingly pretty and attractive young lady of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs Banks Hudson Mr Thos Anderson has returned from a visit to Richmond lIe will spend the winter with his nephew Chas Anderson in this city Mr Jas Jones has been quite ill for several days but is better today He will leave in a few days for Colorado Springs lie is suffering from asthma Richmond Register Mr Frasa of Garra d county was called to the bed side of his son Mr Herman who continues quite ill at his home on the SummitA many went from here to Hope Sunday to attend the me morial services of Fannie Wallace whose death was noted in the last is sue of this paper Mr E C Walton was here Monday looking after the interests of his paper the Interior Journal Ed has many friends over here and always a welcome visitor Maj W II Collier arrived Monday from the West and will spend several weeks with his sisters in this city lie is interested in some mines and has good prospects of success He is a de serving young we trust his fondest hopes will come to pass Dr E G Dick the gentlemanly physician at the Crab Orchard Keejey Institute tells us he is Grandpa now a handsome son having been born to his eldest daughter Mrs Howard Countryman of Oxford Ills Mrs Dick is in Oxford spending the win ter with Mrs Countryman Mr Geo L Garraett the clever passenger agent for the Henderson Route was in town a few days since and ticketed several partiesfor points in the West The Henderson Route is one of the best roads in the country and if you ride on its elegant trains you are sure to travil in comfort Danville Advocate Messrs Waller Hudson and Lewis Gill left last Satur day evening for New York to be pres ent at the biannual meeting of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity which is in session this week Miss Mattie Mae Robinson of Madison Female In stitute will spend today with her pa rents Mr Tommy Robinson Mt Vernon Signal Mrs JasMaret Mrs Dr G B Lawrence and Mrs Lena Lawrence visited Paint Lick rard relatives first of the week A i j Duncan fort I 1 land rasa is gentlemanand andMrs and charming h the Mason Ice excellent Gar IF Biistin the Lancaster telephone wits ai JJiodlsfttt tint f the week negoLiatiug fUt an exchange at j that KinL By man Carter of Car Garrurd county was here yesterday Mr Carter gentleman of the old school and one who has made a big success in sawmilling He like other men began business without capital many years ago and by atten tion to business on a straight forward holiest basis has today real estate j valued at more than a hundred thoas lie is one man of whom no em or his neighbors say a hard word Bynum Carter is a man Would that our country had more such SIOX K II TOliiaMSOX Of Cirrnrd Count Vlto f a Candid ate lor liiciiteiniit iivcriior Shelby Sentinel lion Robert H Tomlinson of Garrard county who is an announced candidate for the ocratic nomination for Governor is one of the best known Democrats of the Eighth Congressional district and a lawyer of marked ability and great renown He has served Garrard county and his Senatorial district in both bran j the Kentucky General Assem bly always with credit to himself and constituency and according to true Democratic principles which he cher ishesand spares no effort to continu ally advance Judge Tomlinson is the present Representative of Garrard in the Kentucky Legislature and is freely accorded the distinction of being one of its ablest members in point of ability and experience In LS he was chosen a delegate from the Eighth district of Kentucky to the Democratic National Convention held at Chicago and which nominated W J Bryan for President and lormulat the new Declaration of Independ ence Judge Tomlinson has always taken a most active part in politics and was for ten years Chairman of the Garrard County Democratic Committee He is the nester and leader of the Lancas ter bar and no important litigation in that section would be complete as re gards the record unless Garrards son was one of the attorneys Personally Judge Tomlinson is most agreeable gentleman and ex tremely popular with the rank and file of the Democracy who will rejoice to see him secure the Licutenat Governorship to which he aspires as a very feeble reward for his past and services in behalf of JJemo cratic principles District Teachers Association to be held in the High School at Lancaster Firday Nov 28th HiO 0 to itAii Opening Exercises 5 to 10lo Address 101 to 10Jf Paper Miss Eliza Smith 104 to 1100 Music 1100 to 1200 Address xoox 100 to 113 Music 11 to lir Paper Miss btirncl4i to 200 Recitation Lettie Mae McRoberts 200 to 2lf Music 2 15 to 24 Address Civil in Public Schools 24 to tOO Music All friends of education are earnest ly urged to attend this association Dinner will be served in the graded school building from 1200 to 100 J E Mannix Principal Usually The AVay Paris Gaette Elder McGarvey who is objecting to organ music in church may lind himself in the pre dicament a former resident of Millers burg once was The Millersbnrg man was bitterly opposed to organs He was a inethoclistand hischurch bought one The man withdrew and joined the Presbyterians 1 L wasnt long be fore the Presbyterians bought one The man got his letter and put it in the Baptist church They immersed him and sat hint by the stove to dry The steam had hardly quit rising from his clothing before someone rolled in an organ He demanded a letter gut it and joined the Disciples Wasnt there over two months before the Dis ciples bought the linest organ in town He got his letter on application but had no place to put it as all the churches had instrumental music Just at that time the Methodistorgan got out of order and refused to emit a sound The organ hater immediately rejoined the Methodist He was marked for reference and called on to lead in prayer While he was the throne a member of the choir got to caressing the organ keys Some how they dislodged the spa ow nest that had been built in the works and the organ loudly protested against the spirit of the prayer The man was asking for the suppression of reedin struments lIe sprang to his feet and demanded his letter Got it went to Battle Ridge four miles over in Nicholas coun and joined there In a year that church got an organ The man moved west but to the end of Ins life he was pursued by avenging organs Vuttcrsoii In Danville Arrangements have been completed for a lecture by lion Henry Watter son in Danville on Dec 4th The many admirers of the great Wattersbn 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 Ed monds at Danville and secure seats as standing room will be at a premium I non I terville isa and 1 I Dem- i Lieutenant- I j or county hot l led a efforts Emma Wash I i 3t r I t love1 cites favorite lroararttute Government addressing 7C 1 TIiss Atfalti Tin peddlers pry taxes in your town Do peddlers trust you until you sell your tobacco Do you warm your shins at the tire furnished by peddlers when you come to town Do peddlers pay taxes in your Do peddlers help keep up the schools and churches Have peddlers any interests in you except your money Do peddlers correct mistakes Are peddlers traveling through the country for their health Do peddlers sell you goods when you have no money Did you ever buy anything from a peddler that you could not h a v e bought as cheap in town In addition we may add that as a rule the merchant who advertises is a good man to buy from He invites your trade and you feel like going where you are invited A treat is in store for those who love interpretive recitals of meritori ous classic and current literature Miss KatharineEgglestonwill appear at time Court House Dec 11 3t A splendid assortment of rubbers at Josephs Get a pair before you con tract a cold Credit I iacd On Many young men beginning a career for themselves make the mistake of supposing that financial credit is based wholly upon property or capital They do not understand that character and reliability combin ed with aptitude for ones business and a disposition to work hard are far more important assets to have than millions of dollars Time young fellow who begins by sweeping out the store and who finally becomes a clerk man ager or by his energy and reliability of character locus not usually lied it ditlicultto secure credit to start in business for himself On the other hand jobbing houses are not inclined to advance credit to the man who though he may have inherited a fortune has shown no capacity for business and is of doubtful character The young men who start for them selves on a small scale are more en ergetic work harder are more alert are quicker to appreciate the chances of the market and are more polite and willing than those with large The credit men in jobbing houses are very quick as a rule to see the success qualities in prospective buy ers and seldom make a mistake in their estimate of what credit it is safe to extend Ex OIIOIlItJMTY Master of huniiin destinies am I Faints love raid fortune on my footsteps wait Cities and fields I walk I penetrate seas remote and i assinj by Hovel mid mart and palace soon or late I knock unbidden once at every gate If sleeping wake if feasting rise before 1 turn away It is the hour of fate and they who follow me reach every state Mortals desire und conquer every foe Save death but those who doubt or hesitate Condemned to failure penury and woo Seek me in vain tad uselessly implore nUll I answer not I return no more The aiOvu Sonuet was was written by the late liar J J IiiKulls Senator from Kansas follow his advice aud do not allow opportunity to puss you by never to return no more The Frisco System will sell Homeseekers and Colonist one way tickets to pouts in the Vest aad Southwest of first ami third Tuesdays of each month at a very low rate Grasp the opportunity and go see what is in rtore for you For further infoimation see or write lIIMcGuiuKTrA J 107 Walnut Street lil Main Street Cincinnati Ohio ICvausville mud Still In The Ring We have moved our shop to the room above Thomp Sons jewelry store on Danville street where we have the Best Barter Slop in Kentucky 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 a call HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber county hat business STEW T T YLOJTI ton capital I Ucscrts lord round- trip Dusiiiessand Bargains For A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson at National Bank We will exchange coal for good corn at SI 75 per bbl Williams Coal Yard Blue grass seed for sale II A B Marksbury Son I have for sale some nice baled from pure Southern German seed J25tf J F Robinson Laud fur Sale Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Ilarlan s25tf To TaxPayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my ofllce ready to receive This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Come see the handsome line of win ter hosiery and shoes at J Josephs Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge 928tf We will run our grist mill on Tues days 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 STUAYKD From my place on Sep tember22ncl a black boar with white face weight about 200 lbs Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tf Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office Mount nicllick Embroidery I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue I We 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 We 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 We 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 Hour Use Pot PotsPotts Flour no14tf Use the Standard Potts Flour We are turning out about 5000 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 Hour uo14tf Flowers Flowers Flowers 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 lie will be here Friday ITIouey to Loan 88000 on approved real estate for a term of years J P Doty Lancuster Kentucky no142t Flue 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 tl H item taxes Notice usso Foxthe t 4 1 S Mullet r t t 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 Roundtrip Homeseekers or OneWay Settlers Rates offered by the Louisville Henderson The Worlds Fair Line To the WEST and SOUTHWESTT- ickets on sale 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 I i I Aint You StLouis Ry 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 JQseph Homemade candies fresh lot quality at Zinimers restaurant New stock of Accordeans Harps and full line of Bell strings at Thomp Full line fancy China and Cutglass just arrived at Thompsons n21tf Ladies Rings and Watches the prettiest in the market Thompson the Jeweler n21tf We receive the newest music each month 15c cash for introductory num bers all duplicates 25c at Thompsons The SemiWeekly CourierJournal will drop back to once a week begin ning January 1st By special arrange ments we wil get this for you the balance 01 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 offer We send OKD and CourierJournal both for 150 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 New stock bead purses and bags cheap for cash at If you want a fine black cake call at Zimmers We have some splendid ones at reasonable prices Fancy candies Lowneys Leassee and Haadleys best at Zimmers We are making a big run of heavy dress goods this week Come see what bargains you can get J Joseph We take orders for cut llowers the finest grown Thompson We will pay highest market price for quail and Gutter Bring us all the quail you can Zimmers restaurant For sale A few nice yellow bronze turkeys toms and hens J W Elmore tf If you want tin IID spices citron and all kind of ingredients for cakes go to R A Stones grocery near depot We have had a tremendous trade this fall but have never allowed our stock to run low so we would have to put off old goods on our customers We keep right uptothe minute styles and can show you complete lines at any time J Joseph We keep our stock of staple and fan cy groceries and every thing is fresh and the best R A Stone Some big values in ladies shoes at Josephs In underwear we can discount any competitor price and quality See our line J Joseph R A Stone will save you money on all kinds of furniture Big bargains every day m the year at Josephs We don t make a big blow about our goods but keep on hand the most styl ish 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 Handsome line of furniture at R A Stones If you need a good set of the best at lowest prices give us a call I will have a large supply of ice on hand from now till Thanksgiving tf T S Elkin R A Stone the grocer will buy all the produce you can haul to town and pay you the best prices We have some beautiful cloaks and if you have not made your fall pur chase see us A large crowd will go over to Dan Dec 4 to hear the great Henry Wat terson 3t Write Mr Henry Edmunds at Dan yule and have him secure a seat for the great Wattersons lecture Dec 4 3t Final Notice All town taxes not paid by loth will be advertised in the CENTRAL RECOUD and the property sold As this will add the cost and penalty you will do well to call at the Circuit Clerks ottice and settle before that time Dont say you havent been given fair nov62t S D Rothwell Chaudller For Sale As electric lights are being placed in the Christian church the two 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 for some church using oil tf Remember the date for Katharine Eggleston Dec llth 3t I have employed Charley Owens an old experienced butcher to run the Slaughter pens back of mystable Let me kill your hogs and have it done nicely Charges only 50c per head de livered at your home W H Ward nov63t Altruism is the highest I llJthwithstandin sons n21tt REC Thompsons finewe J Joseph warningS I web excellent THE November handsome bargain Individualism Weber Farm Wagons Best On Earth Sold and Warranted by Gaines Brothers WEEKLY HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday Capitaland Courier Journal 100 A YEAR REVENTE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM Best EditorialsBest Articles Best StoriesBest Best Pictures Best Book Reviews Best Poetry Best Childrens Page Best Home News Best Condensed News Best Market Reviews Best of Everything COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement You Can Get The CENTRAL RECORD and the WEEKLY GOURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 1 50 for CASH subscriptions only AH subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through THE RECORD office Worm Destroyed Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly a healthy condition of the body where worms cannot exist 25c at R E McRoberts drugs store 1m Love is the evidence of Gods life In Beautiful Clear Skies Herbine exerts a direct influence on the bowels liver and kidneys and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal con dition of health thus removing a cause of yellow mothy greasy skin and more or less of pimples blotches and blackheads 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m We live to die that we may die to live A Dangerous Month This is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch cold easily Find yourself hoarse with a tickling in your throat and an cough at night Then you should have handy a bottle of Ballards Syrup J A Anderson 354 West 5th St Salt Lake City writes We use Ballards Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds It glees relief We know its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to induce other people to try this plearant and efficient 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts drug gist 1m Full gratitude is the spring of free givingFoleys Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs substitutes C C J E 1m The shield of faith will fit the back Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J E Stormes 1m You cannot fatten your soul on A Startling S rprl e- Very few could believe in looking at 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 his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles wholly cured me he writer and I have not felt a twinge in 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 Lancaster and Fish Cos druggist Paint Lick im This is us purifying annoying Horehound immediate remedy Refuse furniture followed over- a Rheumatism common blacksmith i Y H L For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Kerns Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Clover Seed mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Missouri is truly a wonderful State A recent wind storm blew nearly 500 bushels of apples from the trees in Lowmillers orchard near Parkville and so thick was the fruit that the absence of thqt blown off was barely noticeableEastern Kentucky produces two thirds of the sorghum molasses sold in the northern makets The crop in Greenup county this year is estimated at two thousand barrels and several Sandy Valley counties will produce a largei amount An Owcnsboro man is tho inventor of a tobacco press that will effect a great saving in the cost of handling tobacco and also do the work much more quickly and vastly better than the old hand method It can prize a hogshead in from three to tour min utes and a single press can turn out forty hogsheads a day Two hogsheads a day is good work for an old style pressAll over Illinois there is a drift to ward increasing values of farm lands In half a dozen counties in the central portion of the State lands are held at from 120 to 160 per acre and in many instances owners of land refuse to fix any price whatever That this condi tion is partly due to good crops is ad mitted but there are other that have been making increased pri ces of farm lands and not least are the better means for communication be tween countrytown and city by steam and electric roads rural telephones rural mail delivery and other comforts which a short time ago were luxuries even in good sized towns The man who owns a farm and manages fairly well has a competency A new and important use for Re fined Parafine Wax seems to have been discovered by a prominent resident of WantedHighest things too LITTLE WOMEN Nature dates womanhood from the period when the womanly func tion is first established so that na tures little women are schoolgirls shopgirls etc And therein lies a danger This period is one of the most important in a womans life the mental effort of study the phys ical effort of labor are doubly ex hausting at this season and coupled with neglect or ignorance are often responsible for irregularity and oth er womanly ailments Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion may be relied upon to carry the woman safely through this period as it does through mater nity and the later change of life This medicine establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and cures female weakness years daughters health began to writes Mrs Dan of Green Co Wis Everything that could be thought of was done to help fcer but it was of no use She kept fail I gave up thinking she must I must Doctor that only for your Favorite Prescription my daughter would have been today When she had taken onehalf bottle the natural function was established bought another one making only two bottles in all completely recov ered Since then she is as as can be Or fimfomm Common Jfonmo Md fad A rfmmr hi JMJW corer I MI FREE off foooipi of SI onoccn to cover mxmoim of mailing ONLY Or A V PJwoe fiafftel JO Y eat andulceration u ingand andwe andshe Add Two in stamp Ohio living near Lancaster who had two trees badly damaged by being a maple and the other an apple In each case a large limb was broken down from the trunk but still to it The limbs were propped up and fastened securely with straps much as a broken leg might be with splints and then melted wax poured into one over all the cracks The surgical operation was entirely successful The Paraline the escape of the sap kept out the rain and moisture which would have rotted the trees prevented the depradations of insects and the limbs seem thus far to be perfectly to the trees A correspondent of the Indiana says he has measured thousands of bushels of corn by the following rule and in cases when it was weighed proved satisfactory There is no rule by measurement prove exact as so much depends upon the variety and quality of the corn Reduce the inside of your crib to cubic inches and divide the amount by 4300 and your quotient will be the number of The rule is based on the fact that there are 2150 cubic inches in a ignoring a small fraction We two bushels of ears for one of shelled corn therefore divided by double the amount of cubic inches in a bushel 4300and I have always been willing to buy or sell on this basis where it was impracticable to weight Your crib 20 by 5 by this rule would contain 410 bushels plus a fraction If you have nothing better for a shelter in cold snowy days set up some bundles of corn fodder in such a way that the hens can get between them at the bottom They will together there and keep comforta able which is a good deal better than many do Corn bulls are talking 50 cents for December There is only a little over 2000000 bushels in the visible supply and the estimate that not to exceed 300000000 bushels is back in the It is surprising at the way are holding their old corn when they can get about 50c for it in the country while the December has been selling at a discount of 15c It is that holders of old corn are not inclined to sell Chicago Inter Ccean ie attached very fastened refined prevented reattached Farmer afterwards measurement bushels bushel estimate huddle country farmers evident twill hat CATARRHThe treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil True these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the and the mucusTaking for itperspiration and the poisonous acids and producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucusarethrown r much absorbed into the blood and through the circulation reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the ofwhich is rehearingcirculation all offensive matter and when riche pure blood is again coursing through the body the mucous membranes become healthy and the skin active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap pear and a permanent thorough cure is effected being a strictly digestion but the appetite and general health improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application THE SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Of Course You Want The Best To the Latest Creations and Swellest styles in MILLINERYC- all on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the cor rect and prices No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT S i j 3j gin llj St jg a Ij a 01 jrJ vegetable blood not Stomachand SWIFT G rFii f i purifier does derange t 4 1 I t h Keep grit and crushed shell before cut clover well dampened and slight ly A ration of meat scraps and ground frsh bone twice a week stir the biddies up to the laying busi nessA hogshead of 1902 Burley was sold at Louisville on Wednesday at 1075 the highest price thus far for the new crop Foreigners have been good buyers of September wheat above 80 cents The foreigners invariably stands out the longest on his short sales is a current month it has always been his policy Sometimes he makes money by it but for the last year has lost heavily W B Burton sold to Mr Hopkins of Atlanta Ga a car load of mules also to Mr A LLangloy a load to go to Charleston W Va K hill PicUcls Take solid cucumbers wash them and let stand in clear water 24 hours then make a salt brine put a layer of pickels then a layer of dill until vessel is full then put dill on top Be sure to keep all covered with brine or they will get soft In about 10 days they will be ready for use Why Not Kemcmbcr Dear reader please for Heavens sake if not for the poor newspaper mans remember that it is necessary to give your old address when your paper changed to a new Unless this is done it is to look over several hundred post ollice lists to rind where your paper is going and it is often impossible to find your name in less than an hours time When ordering change please say Change my paper from Fiddlers Green to Jones Cross Roads and the paper man will know what you are talking about This matter causes more trouble in a printing ollice than nearly any other one thing Aslvep loud Flumes Breaking into a blazing home some firemen lately dragged the sleeping from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do Dr Kings New Discovery for gives perfect protection all Throat Chest and Lung Troubles Keep it near and avoid suf fenng 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 General News Notes Host Important Events ol the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Judge John E Cooper of Mt Stcrl ing will hold court in Breathitt beginning December 2 IIe is able and not afraid of the feud its The stamps on many pension vouch ers are still illegible having been returned and the payment of pensions is being delayed thereby Chas C Anderson committed sui cide at Chattanooga Business rever ses The Breathitt county grand jury has indicted Attorney J B Marcum for criminal libel in publishing an aili davit unsigned charging Judgellargis and Sheriff Callahan with a conspiracy to assassinate him It is charged in New York that the American Tobacco Company through its offshoot the United Cigar Stores Company aims to drive out retail to bacconists Stores have been located in a number of cities and it is said that Louisville will be invited The retail dealers in New York have or ganized and they will ask the of dealers in all cities Mrs Carrie Nation created a scene at the New York Horse Show evening by delivering a lecture to the Vanderbilt party on their gaudy apparel and advising them to attire themselves more modestly After Alfred Vanderbilt remonstrated with her and gently pushed her away from the Vanderbilt box she made a raid on the safe and was finally ejected by the police Godfrey Hunter Jr son of United States Minister W Godfrey Hunter shot and killed William Fitzgerald of Grand Rapids Mich Guatemala City Guatemala Capt C C Calhoun writes to Capt John H Cowles that the State will pay the claims of the First Kentuckys soldier boys in about three weeks The amounts range from 150 to 50 The cigarma kers strike at Havana is assuming serious propositions Be tween 10000 and 15000 workmen ire out Knox county tanks are said to con Lain more than 13750 barrels of native oil Oil and gas were struck in a well in Christian county the great gunmaker died suddenly of apoplexy at his villa at Huegel Germany The United Statos Consul General at Guatemala City reports to the State Department that William Fitzgerald was shot in the back by Godfrey Jr Dr Hunter cabled the State Department that the killing was in and claims there is a con spirancy against him and his family on the part of the Consul General and other Americans The Controller of the Treasury holds t S 1 l waIter ordering address necessary inmates Consumption against county after cooperation Thursday Herr Krupp Hunter selfdefense I salted will i C that the State of Kentucky is eat tit d to the sum of 1J25253 money paid in loans other expenses incurred in procuring funds to supfres the war of the rebellion The sum is only 2 y4J less that uliowvl by the Aud if or of the war Department URYANTSVILLE R IT Dullard has bought the icsi dence ofl X Dunn for 811 0 The fanners are stripping their to bacco this damp weather Eugene Berkele bought two hogs from Will Baughman at tile C C Becker bought the store and dwelling from Robert Humphrey at 1300 31 rs Bell Scutt and niece MissCarne Boulden have returned from sonville Ind after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Hannah Sweeney Richard Moore has accented a position at the Lexington asylum MissCath erine Baughman of Stanford has re turned home after a weeks visit with Mrs 1 M Dunn Mr Hayden Dunn will leave for Kansas City next week C J has returned from Missouri where she was called to the bedside of her brother Mr Johnson leaving him very much im proved J X Dunn and family will leave for Roswell New Mexico the first of December also William Dunn and family We regret very much to lose such good citizens Mrs South Trimble of Frankfort has returned home after a weeks visit with her aunt Mrs S X Miss Mat tie Boner has been the guest of her sis C C Meeker for several clays Mr Willie Jenkins is confined to his room with mumps John Robinson of Beuna Vista continues very sick There is no cough medicine so pop ular as Foleys Honey and Tar It con taines no opiates or poisons and never fails toure C C J E Stormeslm The infernal must fall before the eternal For A Cold If YOU have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamber gains 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 shield of faith will not fit the back Many broad minded physicians pre scribe 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 S tonnes 1m Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for we will pay the highest market price II A B Marksbury Ss Son I have a pretty line of Jardiniere suitable for presents They are nice for seeping flowers in the honse Call at my home on Lexington street and and see them They are very cheap Mrs Singleton tf ISest Liniment on Earth- I M McIIany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2d 1S00 I had rheuma tism last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but got no re lief till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used it and got two more bottles It matism since lean recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism For rhetima 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 25c oOc and 8100 at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Call for Conventions The Democratic Committee for the ISth Jiuli dial District of nt meeting of Com mince held in the city of Danville August 9th 1902 adopted the following method of noiuimi ting candidates for Circuit Judge und Com momvcalthti Attorney in said District be for at the November election 190 1st The Democratic voters of the District are requested to meet at their several voting precincts in the District on the Cth day of DC cumber at 2 oclock p m They will be cill ed to order by their precinct County Commit teemau and will proceed to elect a Chairman end Secretary and to the election- of delegates to a county convention each pre cine being entitled to elect one delegate for each onehundred votes or fraction of one over fifty cast for the Democratic dates in said precinct at the last Presidential election and if any precinct did not cast 1UO votes in said election said precinct shall ne vertheless be entitled to at least one delegate to slid 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 shall certify the results to trod transmit them to the Chairman of the respective County 2nd The delegates to each County Conven tion shall meet at the Court House of their respective Counties on Dec Sth 1902 and shall be called to order by their respective County Committee Chairman a n d after electing a Chairman and Screetary shall proceed to elect 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 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 erotic Committee for this Judicial District to whom the returns from the county convention certified by the respective Chairman and of the county convention be Said Convention shall assemble at the Court House ju Danville Ky on the 10th 902 and proceed to elect a Chairman and Secretary and make for Judge and Commonwealths Attorney and perform all acts and functions proper to a Deinociatic Convention 31d At the precinct meetings all who will support the nominees are anti tied to vote WARREN dim LEE CURREY Set 13 Judicial Dist Ky Oct 31st 1902 i i I awl I x t has T tier tel Trs Hal It v cured me and 1 havent felt any then proceed hundred Committee Delegates count to Secretary delivered day of December nominations Democrats R C f I I I I v Mrs Armstrong Stead Ihystcirwa rescribr whit elide lays aid tooted eau shall You Are Going North If You Going Souti YGU Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC LOUISVILLE a NASHVILLE R R i The fflaximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Are 1 lire FAND SO SEIs i 1a Trains Iancaster 1cn c No10 511 sjs Nbl lolotu Xo 2 b r x Xoll J I Q Tithe in j Nov xC effect Fur Kichm ml Using ton frimkfort Inina Turi Clirlislr Mt Cov Cincinnati etc r t LlItia l iUl toll win cter ill silk r For Stanford Junction City Uba not Louisville Mt Veriion Livingston London Cor bin Kjro etc I Crab Orchard Middle For Kichmuiid tied intermediate sta tines For Stanford and way stationsnnnnn I I i Trains run daily Suwlay Above is IKAVIX time Xoa 10 11 at all sta liens when tinned Quecn Crescent Time Card SOUTH BOUND Number 1 daily no stop ll45 m Somber SI On ll2 i m- 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