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ENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1902 XUMMMM 3S I jXHiBENTH j x i L 0 r TEIE TE4R Items of Local Interest The Bin Four minstrels have post poned their visit to Kirksville Date will be announced later We call attention to the advertise ment of sale of stock crop etc by Mr Fred Yeager in this issue Some good property is offered Travel on Xos 10 and 11 is picking up remarkably well and railroad men say is now as Rood as they had on 4 and 5 the former trains Well Attended A large congregation heard Rev Mr Chumblcys Thanksgiving sermon at the Baptist church Thursday Thee was beautifully a splendid one Ben D Ilerndon of this city has been appointed a general storekeeper and gauger under Collector Denton He has eight distilleries under his tare and pulls Uncle Sams leg for a nice salary each month Ben is de serving of the place in every respect Mrs D M Lackey us a line mess of radishes lettuce and celery the other day which had been grown in her large green house She has the best and largest green house in this section and gives much time and to flowers having the pretti est in town IMcanniit Kiitcrtuliuueiit The county teachers met Friday in the Graded School building and trans acted some important business as well I enjoyed a most pleasant day The music was a very enjoyable feature and the papers and talks of unusual interest This was the last meeting the teachers will have this session The Courier Journal of the contained its annual holiday book sup plement which was a most complete summary of current literature and contained the best illustrations we have seen The Courier Journal is the best and largest paper in the South and every Kentuckian is proud of it rite Weather The first snow fell on Thanksgiving day A few Hakes came down the day before but didnt amount to anything Friday was the first day cold enough to kill hogs and many an old porker hit the dust This fall has been very remarkable all over the state as up to Jast week it had been scarcely cold for lire But we will pay up this next spring or rather when we ought to have next spring 1 decorated and the sermon Geed Job ent attention Rook Supplement nth i k p Get I 1 t t 1 l frail The Court of Appeals refuses to in terfere and the negro ITocker will be hanged at Stanford on the If you see this in time Thursday eyening go over to Danville and hear the great Henri Vatterson in his ture Money and Morals Mrs Jack Iliatt remembered the editor by sending in a tremendious turkey for Thanksgiving She raises the famous yellow bronze and has sold line ones this season White Won At the Democratic primary election held in Madison county Saturday to nominate a candidate for Circuit Clerk Roy White won over by a majority wf 382 Dr E IT Pearce wrote us to say in last issue that he was called to Carlisle on important business and could not attend the Thanksgiving services but we didnt get the letter until Thurs day morning Own Square In looking up some matters for the town it was found that the Jublic Square and park are deeded to the county and the town while and keeping it up has no deed to it whatever From its present comB tion it would be hard to find anyone who would claim an interest in it The grand jury adjourned Tuesday after returning 19 indictments mostly for misdemeanors John Siler who killed Dr Poyntz was indicted for manslaughter and Herndon Burnside who stabbed young A mold was in dicted for malicious cutting and wounding Sileis bond was fixed at 3000 A Fine As Judge Saulley is busy in his can vass Hon P M Me Roberts of Stan ford is presiding over the Circuit Court Mr Mclloberts is one of the finest lawyers in the state a splendid gentleman and a good citizen lie is perfect satisfaction as he runs off on ho mouse tracks and permits no shenanigin He will warm the wool sack during the entire term here Had Conduct If parents had seen the conduct of their darlings last Sunday they would certainly get a beech limb and go to work At the court house a regular tcehee party was held and if Bro Moore was not one of time biggest hearted and best men in the world he would have given a calldown that would have rubbed the fur off some of the giggling talking gang Lets say for charitys sake that this was not lack of proper raising but the of those who kept up the racket lth inst leer Dan Bred Couut controlling some u many 4 Jude giving thoughtlessness 3x S4xS S S v 4 O N Ladies Misses1 and CMldrens I j CLOAKSAND We will close out balance of our Cloaks Furs and Skirts At Greatly Reduced Prices We have too many and they must go Special values in Childrens Cloaks at I flf gScts 148 198 Z Special values Ladies Cloaks at ST 398 and fy tWe are also running a cutprice sale in our I MILLINERY department Now is the time to get a bargain i 1 r J y JJXeT0XJf0 Jx 10Jt JI lt 10Jlillili01 fi Y JlJllJZ0 m r1b I i CUT PRICE SALE I 4II fe i I Ladi Walkin Skirt i I i It Ill 689 YIr p 1 1Qqjt y rr Y IQ t4 7- tQas tl 0t0 r j Q Qv Y I LOGAN m K l x Wt r e1fi 0- F j ICOMPANY t J t0JtJj X DRY GOODS ooocx a ooooooo The Chief of Police SamJ Roth well is able to get about by the aid of crutchos His leap from the Franklin Institute has caused him suffering Deep sympathy is felt for Mr Speak on the death of their little child whose stunt took its flight to the arms of a loving Saviour Tues day afternoon The remains were buried in the Lancaster Cemetery Iiitcrtulimiciit Grove There will be an entertainment and basket supper at Pleasant Grove next Wednesday night Dec 10th Everybody invited Girls are expected to bring boxes Proceeds go toward a school library Admission free The Lincoln Democrat Hustling Joe Waters together with Mr Geo W Puliium of Lincoln ty resurrected the above named nal and propose to run the best coun try paper in the state If untiring energy and grit will help they will certainly succeed iTiarkct Report TIm TvKcouD has completed ar ranyeinents to give a market report each issue This report will be sent us from Louisville every Wednesday night and we will get it Thursday morning We tlink our friends will appreciate this arrangement as we have been at some trouble to secure a reliable correspondent You are 11 ittaken Lancaster is preparing to have an uptodate hanging The specimen to be hung up lor view will be James Mocker the wife murderer Date for his execution has not been set Rich mond Climax You are mistaken its Stanford to have the hanging There are some in Lancaster who the lord knows need hanging but this is not our slims Lancaster toy Clim iir Our young friend Henley Bastin who is attending Purdue University at Lafayette and taking a special course in electrical engineering is making quite a reputation for his ability and industry We saw a letter yesterday saying he would likely be selected to go with a number of picked to install several immense exchanges in cities across the waters in which many thousand phones would be used Henley is an exceptionally tine young fellow having no bad habits whatever and no young man higher in the estimation of our A Scraypy Gaim The Lancaster boys went over to Stanford Thursday for a game of foot ball but it seems that about ten min utes were devoted to play and the of the afternoon taken up by a freeforall tight Our boys say one of their men was tripped by a Stanford and this brought on the fight They fought all over the field and from what we can gather only quit when all hands were exhausted Two or three of our lads wore excellent maps of Stanford on their faces and if they battered up the kildees any worse than the latter did our delega tion they are certainly well up in the art of scrapping Our men say the fault was all Stanfords but as we we hear it was very fortunate to as it did and that fists rocks and clubs were used instead of guns Special Notice i To those of our people who enjoy 8 highclass entertainments we desire to say a word in regard to the appear ance of Miss Katharine Eggleston next Thursday evening Being per i sonally acquainted with the lady and having heard her we cheerfully en- l dorse the many words of uraise given in the advertising matter which has been distributed about town She is ft a beautiful young lady of rare intel lect and we say without hesitation the best and most artistic reader we j have ever heard This will doubtless be the last entertainment of the sea son that is of the highclass orderand those of our people who appreciate the refined and artistic should not fail to attend It has been said repeatedly that it takes negro minstrels to draw a crowd in Lancaster but we believe j the refined element predominates largely and hope to see the fact prov i en next Thursday evening Joe Frolmiaii Head His many Lancaster acquaintances will regret to learn of the sad death of Mr J L Frohman who was killed by a fall in a bath tub at the Honing y Hotel in Cincinnati last week Mr Frohman was proprietor of the Globe Clothing house in Danville until re J cently and his liberal use of printing s ink made his name familiar to all 4 newspaper readers in central Ken tucky For several years he carried a halfpage ad in this paper and it brought many friends and patrons from this section lIe was an enthus A iastic member of the Masonic lodge g and K Ps and attended all the impor tant meetings Mr Frohman was a leader in all that was for the good of the community and believed in push and enterprise When he left Dan ville that town lost a good citizen He leaves a wife and several brothers and sisters who have deep sympathy from a host of Kentucky friends The best of all Katharine Eggleston Thursday t tt great ands 1lrS a G at count Rrot her graduates standss peopled outsider end tJ J r a burning t schoolhouse remainder questionS lit t Hear Katharine Eggleston 11 Classic uul Current Literature All lovers of the beautiful in litera will hear Miss Katharine Eggle at the Court House Thursday night nth in her recitals She has a natural reputation and charms her audience If you get your letters into the post office before 745 p in they will be out on the night trains Postmas ter West makes up the last mails at this hour Mail for both south and north goes out at that time Turkeys The turkey is growing to be as much of a money maker for the farmers wife as the hog is to the farmer for instance Mrs James Clark one of the most thrifty women in the coun raised 55 turkeys which weighed 764 pounds and netted her 122 each Ohio State Journal Columbus Ohio Miss Eggleston gave a full recital before an expectant and critical audi ence Their verdict at the conclusion was that for beauty and variety of voice gracefulness of action and of interpretation she can not be Sho has reached an that dues not overdo nor come tardy off Court House Thursday 11 Reserved seats 50 centsat Mclloberts General admission 35 cents Children 15 cents TIio Judges Race This race as far as Garrard concerned has been exceedingly tame it being generally believed that lion Robert larding of Danville would receive Garrards undivided support However things assumed a different aspect on Monday when County Attorney James I Hamilton announced his intention to support Judge M C Saulley for the and offered to wager 1000 that Judge Saulley received the nomina tion Tina Knee Deep The streets are in miserable since the rains and in some places it is necessary to put on a lifepreser ver to cross The streets are owned by the county but the town under a recent decision of court is keep them up You would be to see the enormous amount of money it requires to keep the in repair If a license was placed on of the old rattletraps that are around town it would help pay the damage l cttli 01 Jaiiiew Todd James Todd died Tuesday Now 25 after several months illness Last month he suffered the loss of a leg from accidental shouting lIe was never well after that suffering from consumption which was the cause of his death A few days before his death he sent for a minister and his faith in Jesus Christ That privilege was a source of comfort to him and he died in the hope of a bet ter life His funeral was preached Rev A R Moore Wednesday at eleven a in The remains were interred at Paint Lick Will ITIove to Lou svlllo Louisville Times ExGovernor W O Bradley has decided definitely to make his home in Louisville He has directed a local real estate agent to secure a home for him and the latter has under consideration several homes Mr Bradley will either buy or rent and in either event will become a permanent resident Ex Gov Bradley is at present out of city being engaged in legal business at his home Mrs Bradley and Miss Christine Bradley are also at Lancas ter but their intention is to to Louisville as soon as the deal for the home is arranged It is probable that within the next few days the purchase of a handsome residence in the southern portion of the city will be effected Three Negroes Sold The sight of three colored persons put up and sold to the Highest bidder carried older citizens back to scenes Fo de wah Friday after noon the three parties mentioned in the last issue of TIlE RECOUD were brought before the court house door and Sheriff Billy Lawsons Oh Yes soon attracted a crowd The judgment of the court was read to the crowd by Clerk Will Hamilton and the sheriff called for bids The first was a strapping man who stood with his pulled over his eyes and look that brought contempt from the crowd Some fellow bid a quarter and this was run up to seven dollars and the man was declared sold to Jno Harris for this sum The next was a woman and as she was the daughter of an old family servant was quickly sold for five dollars The last was a girl eighteen years of age On account of her age a bond was required of the purchaser and after this was explained her sister bought her for the sum of five dollars As soon as a sale was made the purchaser handed the money and Mr Lawson would turn the negro over to the bidder If this will be kept up it will prove a great benefit and we trust the court will have every grand jury to attend to it County Attorney Hamilton is to be thanked for this work There are a great many worthless negroes in town and almost as many white people and we trust Mr Hamilton will keep good work going i ure taken county- is condition compelled- to surprised streets confessed y handsome the e December power excellence nomination ome b th being big ha t To Correspondents Please mail your favors so they will reach this office not later than Tues day morning When letters are in Monday we can set all of them but if they come later we are compelled to apply the pruning knife Mr Plaster ofParis as Mr 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 Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will commence at the Presbyterian church next Mr Chumbley has secured the services of his old friend and classmate the Rev Mr Akers a minister of wide will be held in afternoon and evening A Good Plan I At the last meeting of the Danville Lodge of Elks it was decided to give a Christmas tree to the poor children of Danville during Christmas week Last year the Danville Elks distributed two or three hundred pairs of shoes and as many suits and dresses for whose parents were unable to care for them properly Great Falling Oil Our good friend Clay Sutton has been ill for some days but we are glad to say is getting back in shape again He tells us that in one week he fell off exactly onehundred pounds and those acquainted with his reputation for truth and voracity know Clay would not overestimate anything He now resembles a beforetaking patent medicine advertisement Suggestion to Farmer The hemp spread on wheat can be saved with but little damage by a tobacco stick or something similar under the seed end of the hemp and when an armfull is secured raise it up and you will find the not damaged by breaking the stem or stall of the hemp the seed end so much lighter than the main body of the hemp will come up very easily Work on tile Dams The work of improving the locks and dams along the Kentucky river is pro gressing nicely while being made toward constructing the newest lock and dam No 10 near View It is said there is enough accumulated freight up the river to Louisville and other points to keep two steamers constantly engaged for six weeks when they do start The freight consists of tobacco whisky live stock and a vast amount of stuff Richmond Pantagraph presented- by cordiallyinvited I J running hemp- is being lively strides are destined Sunday children alley market Another Change Train No 10 was changed Monday morning to leave Lancaster at 514 m instead of 524 This is only ten minutes earlier but you had best re member it Capt Helm Hurt While on a hunting trip in Pulaski county our old friend Capt Tom Helm chief of the Danville police force was kicked by a horse and pain fully injured He is much better now and we trust will soon be out again He is one of the best officers in time state and as clever a man as ono meets Gets Good Appointment The appointment of Mal Wm H Collier as confidential clerk to his fathe in the Louisville pension office is good news to the many friends of the clever young man Maj Collier is an exceedingly clever fellow and will go his length for his friends TImE RECORD congratulates him upon se curing so soft a berth Talk Dont Make Roads The Good Roads Association held another big powwow at Lexington last week If talk would make good highways in Kentucky the good talk ers who are now doing time at Uncle Sams expense might bring roses to the mountains cheeks in a jiffy To one who has engaged in road building on a warm spring day with drinking water a mile away and no saloon han dy the convention method of road building seems dead easy We need an act of the legislature authorizing magisterial districts to vote a road tax and issue bonds for road betterment Such a law will put the matter in the hands of the people who need and want better roads and they will have them in the only way Journal To the City Council The sixteeninch coast defense gun has been shipped from the Watervleit Arsenal to the Sandv Hook proving grounds The gun t over fortynine feet in length F ir years were re quired for its ruction Its cost was 150000 and 368000 pounds of crude steel were used It will shoot a projectile weighing 2370 pounds THE RECOUD respectfully suggests that the City Council order a duplicate of this weapon man it and order fire opened on those mossbacks who are sitting on their pants and saying Lancaster is dead she will never amount to any thing etc A few charges could also be used upon those who can help the town but are continually raking in dollars and burying them where the people never get another chance at them Get the gun gentlemen for nothing is more needed a I practicalmake themSomerset cou JRIasslden tns o 2 02 o e 5 Y o FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEYCO We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found In the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 Life Insurance policies bought 0 8 for cash or loaned on tor sums 0 of 500 and upward o 8 o f AOOOAOOt 0- a t t t t O O O 0 t0 The Talk of the Ii 0 tA C o00000000 00 0000OOCO000000000 p 0 000 0 0 a Town0 0 Everybody is talking about em speaking words of praise only their splendid fitting looking and wearing qualities The tailors are wondering how we do it 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 If you want a certain 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 0o o O 0 to 0 0 O o Their- e i twe sell 0 UNDERWEAR 0 colorplain- t 0 t 0 t fore 0 i0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 p 0 0 0 0 0 0 p 0p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Are Suits and Overcoats SINGLE or DOUBLE BREASTED Suits for cold rain or shine the- o o oWe2 0 2 0 0 oe 0m a 0 e Overcoats a a Of the best materials that it is possible to obtain at prices not e qualed in the city to suit all Suits 5 750 850 10 1250 15 and 18 Overcoats 4 5 750 10 1250 15 and 18 wearers The One Price Clothier IL V v 0 0p 0 t t U ot 4 9 9 8 0 T1T Q0 0 0 e pp 00000 r 8 Ii BUY THE BEST tO IF YOU NEED A WAGON OLD HICKORY WAGONS Are sole on a Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c II positive PH TONS rn R 0 MAN S XIX ELM 0 R E IE Q r j a l CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Dec 5 1902 TIlE city papers take up much space telling of the swell dinings given by the rich people and we rural jays at first thought believe we have a hard row to hoe and theres little in the world for us But lets see The city paper says The table was beautifully decorated The was a large silvermounted mirror On this was a silver tree the branches of which were laden with American Beauty roses Many silver candelabra held white tapers Minature ships filled with candied fruit were used souvenirs The ices were imbedded in red tulips etc etc Well this must have been swell but lets look on our side When you are asked to come to dinner out here in the brush the table will be decorates with a plain spread as white as snow On one side will be a large plain dish filled with Irish potatoes Alongside of this youll find a dish of country bacon then a heaped plate of hoe cakes On another side will be a dish of fried chicken country sau sage spareribs a plate or as fine bis cuit as one ever tasted You will be handed a quart cup of black strong coffee with pure cream and then members of the family begin to reach over your shoulder and pile your plate full of these thoroughlycooked per fectlyseasoned substantials and you sit there and eat with all the enjoy ment to be found this side of kingdom come You are not worried as to the knife fork or spoon to use on each dish but simply dive in with the two steel tools at your plate Now which is the most enjoyable Who is the happiest the red tulip eaters or the corn bread and sausage people We Reubs may not know how to eat the fancy frillfrails but we do know what is good to eat what will stick to our ribs and we wouldnt change places with any city dyspeptic with his pink ice cream and other death dealing foolishness A Garrard county man who Is now hibernating at Bunkie La reports that the productiveness of the soil down there is something wonderful Sweet potatoes for instance often grow in that region to a size that is al most past belief Last fall a certain planter living near the village men tioned while digging his potatoes ran across one so large that it could be handled only with the greatest diffi culty Assisted by his hired man he excavated with shovels for a day and a half trying to get it out of the ground but after having delved all around it depth of eight feet with out reaching the tap root threw up the job Later however he secured a derrick and with the help of some neighbors pulled the tuber out of the earth and loaded it on a log wagon one man getting his leg mashed off in the operation It was then hauled to a saw mill it was sawed into centre piece as heaping tea where a weatherboarding enough lumber ing secured from it to board up two sides of a warehouse For days people came with buckets from every direc tion to get the saw dust for the pur pose of making that good oldfashion ed southern dish known as potato pone Eventually the remainder of it was sold in a lump to a Dutch plan ter who turned seventeen hogs in up on it thereby putting them in prime condition It should be remembered that last fall wasnt a favorable season for growing potatoes especially in the Southern states where the crop was almost ruined by drought IN his Thanksgiving sermon at Louisville Bishop Morrison said The prospect of the church was nev er brighter though there are dangers ahead A material and a muscular Christianity are clamoring for domin ion When the Y M C A and ma ny of the church schools have come to sanction athletics which are full of a murderous spirit and whose records for the present year ten killed outright with seventy seriously hurt more than have ever been killed or crippled in the United States by since the republic had a his tory when this state of things has obtained it is time for serious thought time to call a halt and inquire for re form or for legal enactment that will protect the lives of our young men IT is gratifying to know that the pulpit has taken up a crusade against the brutal football and if the clergy men will continue their efforts they can put a stop to it While it is true the country dont lose much by the killing of a football player yet the ef fects are bad on the rising urchin Prize fighting is a Sunday school in comparison to football DEAN LEE of Lexington has had placed in his church an instrument through which his sermons may be heard by telephone This is a good scheme but if the dean will invent something to keep the average hearer awake during a discourse it will be of great assistance to many preachers A WASHINGTON dispatch says Book er T Washington carries his own ra zor Of course he does he would be a disgrace to the cullud race sah if he didnt carry a razzer CARTERSVILLE Delayed Letter Born to the wife of Mr Will Ham mack a fine girl The protracted meeting will begin at this place next Sunday at the M E church conducted by Rev E J Ter rill and H B Cochrill Mr Robert Boain took a fine lot of turkeys to Richmond last Wednesday Messrs James H Green and Sam Nantz while hauling fodder last Thursday the swingle tree came un done and the horses became and ran away turned the wagon off the bridge at Carters store hurt Green but not seriously Misses Lulu and Milda Napier spent last Sunday with Mrs J B Carter Mrs H Green and daughter Hallie bee show prizefighting frightened I REMOVAL SALEAs we are intending to remove our shop we will during the month of December sell the II i i I atfiftNt PRESENT I i STOCK OF MONUMENTS andMARKERS l boxing and hauling Come and get first pick You will save money The Garrard Gounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET t at grea sauuc LVilV I ft t It lf JJtftOIttJfar i Yis Dui u loiitrtn r nl Mrs Fi me Keohler spent last Sunday Mrs C S Roop Misses Parra and Maggie Clark give a social to their young friends last Friday night ANSIS Rev T T Roberts of Lexington will preach at Fairview Sunday Rev Chas Crooks of Danville filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church SundayThe Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Friday Dec 5th The basket supper and entertain ment at Manse was a success in every respect About was realized which will be used for buying encyclopedias for the school Misses Tommie Francis and Susie Leavell of Lancaster have been the guests of Miss Florence Burnside Misses Lizzie Simpson and Georgia Dunn of Marksbury visited Misses Higgins last week Miss JennieIIig gins spent Thanksgiving with the home folks Little Joe Cabel Ram sey the pretty baby of Mr and Mrs Thomp Ramsey has recovered from a recent spell of sickness PKEACllEHSVILLE Mrs Payne continues very ill We had some snow here Sunday- J C Fox bought a load of hogs in this neighborhood from 5 to J C Fox bought a mule from Mrs Shaw for 00 W B Ragan bought a yearling heifer from J P Rogers for S15 hose Ilutchins has rented the F F Cummins farm for the year 1IU3 for 125 Menefee Elmore has moved to the house recently vacated by John Ken nedyJ Cook the expert painter and paper hanger has been buisy at work here all fall F F Cummins of Corbin was here last week on business Dr Brown and family of Stanford were here last week visiting hunting Rev II B Cockrill ot Louisville was here the first of the week on his way to Cartersville to hold a meeting Mr Wilson of Irvine is here farm Prof Bishop of Bur gin is here looking after the interest of his school which opens the 12th of PAINT LICK Corn is dull sale at 175 We have a lirstclasa meat shop nowWhooping cough has made its ap pearance in this We have a number of Gypsies camp ing near the raiiroad briflge Mrs Henry Moore who has been quite sick is able to be out again R N Beazley is receiving several hundred pounds of tobacco daily Miss Kate Willoughby and her moth er have returned to their home in LexingtonRev r Roberts will preach at Fairview next Sunday morning at eleven oclock The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs R L Jennings next afternoon Hats at Cost If you want a pretty hat cheap call and buy one at cost will close them out from now until Xmas at cost prices Very Mrs M Jennings Mrs A J McWhorter who has been visiting her daughter Mrs A B Es tridge has returned home Several- of the Paint Lick people attended the basket supper at Manse Friday night given by Miss Jennie Wallace for the benefit ef our school Miss Callie Adams spent Sunday with her par ents Jack Adams and wife of this place Sam Joseph of Cincinnati- was here the first of this week Miss Eliza Rucker and Annie Burke have returned from a visit to Waco and Richmond Dr Bosley of Union was here Saturday and Sunday mak ing preparations to locate with us about the 15th Dr Bosley comes highly recommended and we gladly welcome him in our midst Mr and Mrs James Todd of Richmond visit ed Mrs John Smith this week Will Rucker of Danville spent Thanks giving with his parents Mr I C Ruck er and wife Rev Gordon will fill his regular Sunday Mr Jeff Dunn bought a horse from Mr Sim Parks for 125 Mrs C J Armstrong bought six fat hogs of Mr Steve Poore at Gc per lb C H Jenkins met with a painful by falling out of while examining his tobacco Saturday morn ingMr and Mrs W J Woolfork and chil dren of Lexington have been the guest of their parents Mr and Mrs W JHagan J C Smith of Indian apolis Ind is the guest of C M Jen kins Miss Alleene Boujne has re turned to Lexington after spending Thanksgiving with her parents Walker Burnside left Friday for Leb anon where he will visit friends Misses Mattie May and Lillie Leavell have returned to Lexington after spending Thanksgiving with their parents Mrs Robt Preston died at her home at Mt Hebron of cancer Mrs J X Dann spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs John Bal lard Mrs John Cotton and daugh ters spent Sunday with Mrs James and Mrs W L Glass are visiting relatives in Jessamine n wit III i I 18 fife friends and for a place BRYANTSVILLE thebarn BurnsideMr looking January Thursday Respectfully appointment accident J A iisir nj iOi were called to Viimore Mutt day on business Clay Dunn has gone South with car load of horses Jauus I In iltn MHSJ May me Baiittv amyl friend iiita ilary Smiley of Lexington have returned after a visit to her mother Hayflen Dunn left Monday for Kansas City where he will engage in business EUEXA VISTA A T Scott sold one horse to a Xich olasvillc man for 105 Will Scott sold to Win Christopher 25 barrels at 2 Win sold to Mercer men about 20 barrels corn at home for 2 Ray II J Tomlinson conducted Thanksgiving services at the church Several porkers were butchered last week and more are following this weekThis fall has been unsurpassed for many years Two days beforeTlianks giving John Duncan found ripe toma toes in his garden The day follow ing our villagers were eating butter beans fresh from the garden The Beuna Yista Prohibition Alli ance will hold its regular monthly meeting next Thursday night A de bate Which is more to blame for the liquor traffic the manufacturer or voter promises to be an featureLast month seemed to be a suicidal one for animals E J Thistlcr of Mercer had a tine cow to walk in the pond and drown Simeon John son had a hog to meet death the same way Albert Skinner found one of his milk cows sullocated in a straw stack a hog belonging to Robert Ellis com mitted suicide by jumping against a rail Mr and Mrs J B Robinson returned to their home at Versailles after a weeks visit to friends here and in Mercer Miss Bessie Bolton a senior at Caldwell College spent her Thanksgiving vacation with the homefolk Hugh Tomlinson has returned to his studies at State Cul loge after a pleasant visit at home The Misses Caldwell from near Dan ville spent Thanksgiving with the Misses Tomlinson Pretty little Miss Lillian Poor of this village won the prize as best speller at the match at Bryantsville ing night Born to the wife of Al pha Scott on the 2th ult a fine sun MAUKSBUUY Lige Dennis bought of Taylor toe a horse for 10 J C Boner sold to Charley Burdett a good work horse for Thaddie Aldridge sold to John Van derpool of Bnrgin a horse for 57 Cyrus Daly sold his crop of corn to Mr Johnson of Burgin for 180 at the heap he also sold to C A Robin son a bunch of fat hogs at 0 cents per poundT Herring sold a bunch of fat hogs to Mr Elmore of Lancaster at per pound He purchased of II D Al dridge one large meat hog at the same price Owing to inclement weather a small crowd attended J C Boners sale Sat urday afternoon Mr John Ward was auctioneer Everything sold well Jews has been received here of the death of Mrs B A Copass who died at Waxahachie Texas She was the wife of Rev B A Copass who was pas tor of the Fork church three years She was a lovely Christian woman and an active church worker Her sweet singing will long be remembered by many But the voice of that singer is husked and still it will reach us with a sweet and holy sound from that heavenly land where spirits re joice and loved ones will never part Much sympathy is felt for the bereav ed husband and four small children Postmaster W II Dyche and J C Sayres of London made a Hy ing trip to Marksbury Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Humphreys and daughter Margaret are spending several weeks with their parents Mr J C Boner and wife MrC A Arnold and wife gave an elegant dinner to about twenty friends Thanksgiving Mr Taylor Burdett and wife of Bryantsville visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Harry Aldridge and son Thaddie spent a few days week with relatives at Burgin Mr A J Chesnut and wife of Danville vis ited their parents several days last week Sunday the members of the Fork Sunday School presented Mr W D Marksbury the superintendent a nice umbrella mullier and tie as of his faithful services MT HEBRON Mr W D Scott remains very low Russell Vanderpool bought two fat hogs from Charles Duncan at G cents per lb Dennie Scott sold a cow to John Roberts of Jessauisne at 3 cents per poundA of hogs were butchered in this community last Thursday and FridayThe of A B Clark was buried Hebron Friday It had been only a few days with cholera in fantuin Master Jimmie McMillian was found laying at the barn in an unconscious condition last Saturday supposed to have been kicked by a horse lIe is improving now Messrs Johnson Burke and John Roberts of Jessamine spent the lat ter part of last week with Mr W D Scott Mrs N T Grow spent last week with her father Chas Mitchell a foil Asl ills S fence- spelling Thanks i 7 tHe reasonably little appreciation at l1t sick M r C lii rs tiara Ban nett Jlr corn delivered Thanksgiving cif Attorney M r tjiun Duncan fe mend ed preaching Scotts II r ED Lawson amid wife worn with EiiI riylor Saturday and Sunday Mr Nuylor very ill carne into our midst evening and tunic from Robert Preston she has been very low with cancer of the breast for months and has been a patient sufferer She was a member of the Baptist church and was willing and ready to obey the summons when it came She leaves a husband and one laughter to mourn their loss But grieve not loved ones you can think of her now as being among the blest where there is no more suffering and where she is a bright and shining lignt beckoning you on to the better world The remains were laid to rest in Mt Hebron cemetery Monday at 10 a m The family have the heart felt sympathy of the entire The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons trot to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of time F Einbry Price Bros Ed X B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson Ferguson Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs X Anderson R A Beazley Win Lear T L Broaddus Alex West T W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley MrsIIIansburv West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels las R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton KESOLLTSONS Adopted Xov 2 rd 1002 by Xew Hope congregation at Paint LickKy on the death of Miss Fannie L Wal lace Time sad intelligence of the death of Miss Fannie L Wallace one of our beloved Missionaries in Mexico has filled our hearts with sorrow This event occurred in Mexico at 750 a in Nov Kith 102 She fell at her post in the full dis charge of duty She was born and reared in this community The friends of her childhood sympathize here for this was her home and her parents and people are prominent factors in the life and prosperity of this church and community we all knew her and loved her Two years atro the 2nd of Dec 1091 she bade farewell to her loved ones here rind entered upon the work of a missionary of the A R Presbyterian church in Tampico Mexico whereshe has since resided When she left all gave her our choicest benedictions and have since followed her with our earnest prayers She began her work with the brightest prospects of use fulness and seemed to be eminently tilted for itboth by nature and grace Her intellect was of a high order and her heart was full of love for the work and her soul was tilled with zeal and enthusiasm for the Masters cause But as it seemed wise in the very height of her usefulness when she was better fitted than ever before for elli cient services she fell by a stroke of sickness She had gained the confi deuce and love of her associates in the mission work and the love of those whom she taught and to whom she never tired in telling time story of re deeming love Her heart was in her work and in her recent letters bulb to her friends and the A R Presbyte rian she was making appeals for larg er school buildings and better equip ment for the mission school We earnestly hoped that her short but brilliant career was but the be ginning of a long and glorious work in the Masters Vineyard But ere she had fully entered upon it and began to gather in the sheaves for the Lurid of the Harvest she was called from her field of labor here to rest and glo ry above in the upper Kingdom Our hearts are sad and our souls are bowed with grief when we realize that we shall see her face and hear her voice no more yet there is rejoicing mingled with our sadness at her de parture for she won her crown and has gone to be forever with the Lord We therefore resolve 1st That we recognize in this sad atllictiou the hand of our Heavenly Father and bow in submission to Ills will f 2nd That we thong God for His bright gnu glorious example and glad ly bear testimony to her exalted worth lovely Christian character and full consecration to the Lord whom she served with such singleness of heart and full of devotion 3rd That we see in her unexpected death iu the prime and vigor of life a clarion call and greater zeal of faith fulness in our work for the Master for the time is indeed short and we know not how soon our days on earth may be ended 4th That we express our deep and heartfelt sympathy for her two aged grand mothers her fatherand mother and brothers in their sore trial and earnestly pray Gods sustaining grace in their behalf 5th That a copy cf these be sent the family and also a copy be furnished the A R Presbyte rian and the local newspapers here for publication The above resolutions were prepar ed by Rev C S Young and by him to the congregation at New Hope Paint Lick Ky and by them unanimously adopted Xovember23rd 1002 A kidney or bladder trouble can be cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure in time C C J E Stormes at ath Saturday us POSTE n prosecute S Clay Sutton painful Tamp eo I I resolutions presented always attic ork Suit ty night remains 11rs several community law- S IV 4S If you buy your Fail arid Winter Suit and Overcoat We a merchant tailoring business and guarantee customers everything that cxgbt to be guaranteed in made ccmeasure garments for men and boys Our line is big We carry upwards of four hundred patterns in the newest brightest and nobbiest fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS All these points arc found in our garments The trimmings linings materials and stitching are those of much higherpriced tailoring In fact we give you the highpriced tailoring without the high yrcss Others Set 2e fw Os 14 15 and 16 Suits Handsome patterns We carry only the select conservative dignified patterns such as the welldressed gentleman wears can show you much bettor than we can tell you j J C HSMPHILL Lancaster VOL Ni11 PJe lucky oft cal Yon cur a act a 1 t1U t ARE NOW ARRIVING AT flJLiLJtrt rt MC DiiRTS J Th1g O 5 O O O O 5 O O OsOsOj O U R OPENING yEa f DANVILLE ST S 8 Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store 3 OS O 5 OS O S O S O j O GOOOOQO t tttt I We Can Supply Your Every Want 0 G 0 5 0 0 Hfi IM1 m fiS UhD SriU 0 0 v 0 tJ V D 6Iii 1i1 I 0 5 0 I Frisbies Drug Store o 0 t t t t t t t t t t t t t t f t t t t t t t t t i OcOeO OvOvOe OvOvO n- O 0 c 0 a oO OO p 0 O 0 o 0 0 O 000 pnp ttt Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators I 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 SON Successors to J M Higginbotham I t 1 0 i i f t 1 It It It t t t I d STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas lay to the most popular Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at 1C F Hardwrre store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES i3 r J10t1 mlf GN 0 0 t0d Ifo Jd CONTEST I Farmer of I POT LES 1 r fl c Q IQ 432 W B Denny 2UO Frank Pierce 120- W R Cull 89 Win Kovston 88 J 11 Ruble 72 Walker 52 J A Sanders 4- IF White 47 T B loner 31 J M Sag 2 J II Dunn 21 1 II CArnold E II 2 Il Jas II Dunn E 0 a i i J C Fox Tevis Thompson John Bourne Jno B Parks A K Walker Root Burton Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold JY Robinson Frank tloltxcliw L F Warner O T Layton Walter Casey 18 J B C0 15 1 14 T C Gulley 1 012 11 011 10 r0S 17 Robinson 17 17 r 1 Y 12 Q9 J S Robinson A R r counting Comttee l0 rnRobthlI1nard J ill a Denny tS- r Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Mr W K Shugars has been in Brad fordsville on business Mrs Kate Bogie and Mrs Sallie Fox were in town Monday Mrs W K Shugars is visiting in Lou isville and McKiiiney Col Todd Scott of Lexington has been here for a few days Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have re turned from Mississippi Mrs Blankenship of St Louis has been visiting relatives here Miss Ollie Ilacklcy has been the guest of Miss India Johnston Mrs John W Miller is visiting rela tives in Louisville and Chicago Chester Hilton his sister Miss Berta Friday MrandMrsJosh Dunn of Brodhead have been visiting relatives here Miss Rinda Pettus of Preachers ville was here shopping Monday Mrs Ed Price is visiting her sister Mrs George Ballew of Richmond Mrs Cotton and daughter of are guests of Mrs W 0 Rigney I Mrs B Moss has returned from a visit to relatives in Middlesboro Mrs R L Jennings is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye has been with relatives here few daysMiss Frances Morris of SweetWater Tenn is the guest of Mrs J E Rob inson Alberta Hilton spent with her home folk in Brod headMiss Julia Reid has returned from Louisville very much improved in healthMiss Mabel Drew of Ohio is with Tier friend Miss Mary Gill Stanford avenue MattieMae Robinson of Madi Institute has been at home for a fe days Misses Maggie and Isabelle of Hyattsville were visitors in town Saturday Miss Morrison of Tennessee is the guest of Mrs Robinson Lexing ton avenue Miss Mary Riker of Lexington has ORANGES BAHAMAS APPLES mention I NICEST line for Christmas ever in the city line is U EVAPORATED goo Figs Apples Raisins Currents Etc Anything in this liMHiAxJO call at the GOOD GROCERY A polite clerk J W Simpson to wait on you H H Ballon the of Brodhead W for a mss Joe E line is complete 1UJ lJ 1 t 1 0 J t j visited I Danville hiss Thanksgiving r l r Hurt tty 5j been visiting Mrs W T West Dan ville avenue Mrs J E Stormcs left Monday for a weeks visit to Mrs Arthur Ilubbard of CovingtonMiss Glascock of Barbours vilie is the guest of Misses Sennie and Lilly Williams Mrs Win Hughes has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Robert Walk er of Perry vilie Mr and Mrs Hurt are rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound girl baby on November 19th Little Miss Mary Alice Wall spent Thanksgiving with Bessie Mac and Sue Anna Lear Mr Tom Hampton who visited rel atives here for a few days has return ed to Winchester- Mr and daughter Miss Elsie have returned from a visit to friends in Richmond A splendid likeness of Mrs A II Rice of Nashville appeared in Satur days Courier Journal Mrs Wilson nee Miss Bettie Arnold of Mississippi is expected this week for a visit to relatives MrsC K McGugin of IIowardOhio is expected this week for a visit sister Mrs R A Burnside Mrs David Chenault of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs W J Elmore Danville avenue Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington has been spending a few days with her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs R A Burnside has returned from several week stay with her daughter Mrs Win Lackey of McCreary Mrs Charles Xorris children leave this week for Louisville where they will reside in the future Editors Joe Waters and Geo W Pulliam of the Lincoln Democrat were in town Tuesday for a few hours Ed and Jennie Williams were visi tors at Mr W M Gooches and Mr A J Hardens at Point Leavell last Satur day and Sunday Misses Martha and Helen Gill who spent Thanksgiving at home return ed Monday to their school in Glen dale Ohio Mrs W T West entertained Thurs day evening in honor of her daughter Miss Ethel who was at home from Hamilton College Lexington Mrs John T Williams and children Lilly Lou Rena and John Burnside returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Barbousville Nicholasville Democrat Miss Elkin after a very pleasant visit to Miss Mary Welsh returned to her home at Lancaster Tuesday In ordering her paper changed to Stanford Mrs Paulina Carter says she is now in the Joseph Price hospital there and is very much improved Mrs Henry Hurt and Daughter Is abell of Hyattsville have returned Greensburg Ind where they have been at the bed side of Mrs James Gay who has typhoid fever The RECOUDS good friend Mr W S Fish of Paint Lick was in town this week He has improved a great deal since his recent illness and is looking tip top Prof Mannix brought us a basket of radishes and lettuce he had grown He is one of the best gardeners in the state and during the recent warm spell raised quite a lot of vegetables Lancaster friends extend congrat ulations to Mr and Mrs Ernest Spra nue of Louisville upon the arrival of a pretty girl baby The little miss has named Chastine McGregor in honor of her handsome mother Mr R H Batson gave an elegant breakfast Thursday in honor of his clerks The table was beautifully decorated and the menu was unsur passed Those present were Misses Mollie F Smith Alberta Hilton Stel la Huston Messrs James Smith and Charles West Arkasas has gained its To Miss Mary D Yantis daughter of the devoted State Loyal Temperance Legion secretary Mrs W A Yantis belongs this proud distinction Miss Yantis was graduated from Thompson I Zimmer toper and have from r r r first graduate Hattie peen i Clasical Institute Her parents arc i former rosidoius of Lancaster and j have many relatives and warm friends here Sam Joseph one of the cleverest fellowson the road was here this week Mr J Randolph Harris wife and little daughter of Lincoln county are visiting relatives here Mr A IT Rice a popular drummer of Nashville is visiting the family of Mr JL A B Mrs Joe Faulconer Jr leaves next week to join her husband in Middles boro where they will reside We understand the young people will turn out in large numbers to hear Miss Eggleston next Thursday and every youngster who can raise the price is going to take his girl The C W B M held an open session Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs A R Moore Members of the organization from Stanford and Bry antsville were present Elegant re fresh men ts were served and the meet ing was very enjoyable Miss Myrtle Ray and ilr Porter Wearen drove to Nicholasville Wed nesday and were quietly married They belong to prominent families of Buckeye neighborhood and are popu lar young people who have the best wishes of many friends Miss Katie Bishop and Mr Mase M filer were married Tuesday four oclock at the home of the brides parents MJ and Mrs Alex Bishop on Danville street Time cere mony was performed by Rev C M Chumbley of the Presbyterian church Stanford Journal Mrs W R Cook and handsome sou were on yesterdays train returning to Lancaster Miss Bettio Paxton and little Jean Paxton returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs A C Robinson in the Gilberts Creek section Miss Roberta Hilton of Lancaster was here Friday from Brodhead Miss Nell Dil lion of Lancaster was the guest of Miss HallieNevius Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs George O Barnes left yesterday for Washington City Miss Leila McKee who has been visiting her Mrs Sara McKee on Maple Avenue for several days returned to Oxford this afternoon Misses Margaret and Gertrude Noel Miss Teil and Miss Lillie Noel of Lancas ter and Rev R 11 Noel of Stanford spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Mary Noel on Main street Foleys Honey and Tar positively cures nil throat and lung diseases substitutes 1m Double records- A Topic At this season of coughs and colds it is weIl to know that Foleys Honey and Tar is the greatest throat and lung remedy It cures quickly and prevents results from a cold Stcrmcs 1m Ay theres the the Turkish bath Viivorlto Family Remedy Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises for use in such cases Ballards Snow Liniment has for many years been the constant favorite family remedy 2oc f0c and 100 at R E McRoberts 1m Even the sweat shop is in need 6f coal Coughing Spoil Cau il Dentil Harry Duckwell aged 2o years choked to death early yesterday morn ing at his home in the presence of his wife and child He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday morning he was seized with a iitof coughing which far some time His wife sent for a physician but before he could arrive another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suf Louis Globe Democrat Dec 1 1G01 Ballards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25c 50c and 8100 at 11 E McRoberts 1m After all tombstone eulogies are in the nature of hard words Foils A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that good were unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They work wonders in stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation sick headache 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish drug store Paint Lick 1m Is the conductor responsible for the conduct of the passengers Saved at Graves Brink I know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S II New som of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms Indigestion Waterbrash Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia But this excellent medicine did me a world of good Since using it I can eat heartily and have gained 35 pounds For indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters ire a positive guaran teed cure Only oOcat R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m Gate money is what the father several pretty daughters is called upon to put up for repairs Dont be imposed upon by taking substitutes offered for Foleys Honey and Tar lm I I i afternoon- at mother Refuse entrymarriage C C E rubat focationSt physicians COs Mar ksbury lava returning Tim ly serious C J S o ROGERS STAINFLOOR FINISH Stuns and Finishes floors at ono oiHration No Shelacl No Oil No Wad Easily Applied Dries haul over night Imitates Hardwoods Perfectly I Ask ui or samples of wood finisLcd vtth Rogers Stoinfloor Finish Frisbies Drug Store I Xoth withstanding the fact that we have hsd a sale or rail and winter goods we still stocked up to date with anything in this line you may need See us before making vour purchases we money and you can rely absolutely on getting the best values for money at our store T Joseph D Homemade candies fresh lot excel lent quality at Zimmers restaurant Xew stock of Accorrteans Harps and full line of Bell strings at Tholnp sons n21tf Full line fancy China and Cutglass just arrived at Thompsons n21tf Ladies Rings and Watches the prettiest in the market Thompson the Jeweler n21tf Our line of leather goods is excep tionally pretty ask that we show them to you Frisbies Drug Store 124tf The Ladies Aid Society of the church will hold their first ex change next Saturday at the post ollice They will have everything for a good dinner These will be held every Saturday 1 with one on December 24 All or ders carefully filled if left with post master West Situation wanted as housekeeper by middleaged widow who is also a good cook Mrs Bertha Long general delivery Columbus Ohio Bring all the little people in to see our line of Christmas goods we have timings that will please them 124tf Frisbies Drug Store A treat is in store for those who love interpretive recitals of meritori ous classic and current literature Miss appear at the Court House Dec 11 3fc A splendid assortment of rubbers at Josephs Get a pair before you con tract a cold House for rent Possession given at once W J Romans You will find the prices at Frisbies Drug Store cheaper than any place in town quality considered 124tf It is expected that quite a number of our citizens will attend the of Mr Plaster of Paris at Danville Opera House Dec 5 Of the many farce companies that are touring this season there is none that has created such popular furore as Mr Plaster Danville Dec If you want to enjoy 90 minutes of laughter and fun be sure and attend this performance It will be worth your while Danville Dec To town TaxPayers Town taxes were due on December 1 but the City Council has given me until Dec 15th in which to make my settlement All taxes not paid by that day will be returned to the Coun cil as delinquents and advertised to law You will save expense by paying befere the 15th I can be found at Judge IlcmphilPs office dec42t S D Rothwell The bookkeeper keeps the others on his own account liuttcr Than Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Hahn and bound on the affected parts is better than a plaster for K lame back and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and pains For sale by all druggists Dont say Rubber to the truth every time it stretches Ho 1ouiKl A Cure R II Foster 318 S 2nd Street Salt Lake City writes 1 have been both ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many doctors without relief but I have found in Herbine I recommend it to all my friends who are afilicted that and it is curing them too 50c at R E McRoberts lm Full dress is full even when it isnt tilled The Pride of heroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and Stiff Joints Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best in the world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick save yqn your ExcJlltugc Christian Katharine Eggleston will performance fie 5 accounts- of rheumatic acme are exchanges according M t M M M M U M Business and Bargains For Iteut A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson- at National Bank We will exchange coal for good corn atL75 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 Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf To TaxPayem The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my otlice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Come see the handsome line of win ter hosiery and shoes at J Josephs OWe have the most beautiful line of nice stationery we have ever shown and will appreciate yourpatronage 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Remember the date for Katharine Eggleston Dec 11th 3t Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Ald ridge 928tf Nearly all of our goods are exclusive designs we will b3 pleased to show them Frisbies Drugstore 124tf 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 STKAYED From my place on Sep tember22nd a black boar with weight about 200 lbs leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tf Dont forget Fox the photographer will be here Friday Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECOUD office Amount iTIellick Embroidery I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue We have on hand for immediate de livery Potts patent Potts favorite Potts Pride of Madison a tine lof of shipstuff meal Graham 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 Hour 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 vour 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 Ibs flour 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 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 Take advantage of the pretty wea ther and have your pictures made while Foxthe artist comes He will be here Friday 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 IIiattsville Ky 14 t i t Laud for Sate Notice chickenfeed usso S Millet whiteface Information a Aim 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 Roundtrip llomeseekers or OneWay Settlers Rates offered by the Louisville Henderson StLouis Ry The Worlds Fair Line To the WEST and SOUTHWEST Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21st 1903 Ask Us For Rates GEO L GARRETT L J Traveling Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUIS VILLLE KY h f IRWIN- t IL r Oil For l itlian o In renewing his subscription to TDK RECORD Mr Jno A Gibson writes that he would like to trade his farm of about 80 acres between Manchester and Boonville for a blue grass farm of about 50 or 75 acres He says all the land adjoining him and in that section is leased and he can get good figures for his land any time He is within one mile of the big pipe line which is being laid Write him at Hollings worth Ky The SemiWeekly will drop back to once a week begin ning January 1st By special arrange ments we will get this for you the balance 01 this year and all of next that is until Jan for the price of one year provided you pay your subscription to THE RECORD Read the offer We send 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 stock bead purses and bags cheap for cash at Thompsons If you want a fine black cake call at Zimmers We have some splendid ones at reasonable prices Fancy candies Lowneys Leassee and Hoadleys 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 flowers the finest grown Thompson We will pay highest market price for quail and putter Bring us all the quail you can Zimmers restaurant For sale A few nice yellow bronze turkeys toms and hens J W Elmore tf We will be pleased to have everyone visit our store and see our line of holi day goods Frisbies DrHg Store 124tf If you want the best 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 out have never allowed our stock to run low so we would have to put off old goods o nor customers We keep right up in minute styles and can show yu i complete lines at any time J Joseph Frisbies line of is the nicest in town You afford to miss it x 124tf We keep our stock of staple and fan cy groceries and every thing is fresh and the best R A Stone Fox the photographer Friday Dont put oft buying your Christmas presents until the last but go at once to Frisbies store where you will get more for money than any place in town 124tf Some big values in ladies shoes at Josephs In underwear we can discount any competitor on price and quality See our line J Joseph You will find presents suitable for everybody at FrisbJes drug store and cheaper than anywhere else 124tf R A Stone will save you money on all kinds of furniture Frisbies drug store is the place to buy your holiday goods 124tf Big bargains every day in the year at Josephs We 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 We receive the newest music each month 15c cash for introductory num bers all duplicates 25c at Thompsons Come and pick out your present and let us lay it 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Handsome line of furniture at R A Stones If you need a good set of the best at lowest prices give us a call It is no trouble to show you goods at Frisbies Drugstore 124tf I will have a 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 You will find a large variety o goods to select from at Frisbies Drug Store 124tf We have some beautiful cloaks and if you have not made your fall pur chase see us J Joseph Write Mr Henry Edmunds at Dan vine and have him secure a seat for the great Wattersons lecture Dec 4 3t We have the largest line of mechanl cal toys ever shown in Lancaster 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Chaadliers For Sale As electric lights are being placed in the Christian church the two hand some chandeliers formerly used sale They are in splendid and can be purchased cheap have twelve lamps each with globes and chimneys Heres a bar gain for some church using oil tf Laud CourierJournal 1 TIlE New t drug don finewe f I are The 1904 RECORD cannot your t awayforjyou large to r The Markets LOUISVILLE Kr 4 ru Dec 3 CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers Medium to good shipping steers Choice butcher steers Medium to good butchers Common to medium butchers Good to choice feeders Common to medium feeders Good to extra stock steers Common to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heifers Common to medium stock heifers Plain light mixed stockers Medium to good bulls Choice veal calves Common to medium calves HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 Ibs Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs Choice 120 to ICO lbs Choice pigs 90 to 120 lbs Good pigs 50 to 901b3 Roughs 150 to SCO Ibs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium Bucks Extra shipping lambs Best butcher lambs Common tailend lambs 4 75 5 00 4 2V 4 50 3 75 4 00 4 X SWXfclOO 3 25 3 80 2 25rt 35040 2 25 gi 2 85 2 25 3 CO 6 25 g 7 00 4 75 5 50 C30 6 05 6 05 5 75 5 CO 525 573 2 75 3 00 2 50 2 75 175 150225 450 4 75 4 50 3 50 3 75 Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son I have a pretty line of Jardiniere suitable for presents They are nice for keeping flowers in the honse Call at my home on Lexington street and and see them They are very cheap Mrs Singleton tf OO 5 25 3 3 4 3 00 OO 3 25 to 300 light ship 2 25 3 O0 25 SS 3 Weber Farm Wagons Best On Earth Sold and Warranted by Gaines Brothers REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY sslT2519l2 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1344U5 01 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 513 15 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc furniture and fixtures 11000 00 Due from National Banks aotrcserve agents 304392 Due from State Banks and Banters 2033 67 Due from approved reserve agent S7SR3 75 Checks and other cash items 34 75 Notes of other National Banks 132 00 Fractional paper currencynlckelscts 103 42 LAWFCL MOSEY RESERVE Is BASE viz Specie 00 Legaltender notes 2JOO 00 9mOO Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer 5of circulation 250000 Total LIABILITIES stock paid in Surplusfund 1000000 less expenses and 942312 NationalBank Notes Outstanding 50000 00 Due to Other National Banks 9645 00 Due to State Banks and Bankers 10 10 Individual deposits subject to check 17363S 46 Certified checks Total 578 cs STATE OP KENTUCKY COUSTT OF GABBABDSI I S C DESJJY Cashier of the named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23th day of Nov 1902 R KINNAIRD Notary Public Commission expires January 10th 1904 CORBICT Attest ALEX R DENNY WM H KINNAIRD Directors Jso 3 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE Citizens National Dank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Nov 25 1902 RESOURCES Loans and discounts J10S542 83 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2037 76 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Premiums on Bonds 1250 00 Stocks securities etc 140000 and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 11443 3G Due from approved reserve agents 62564 17 Checks and items 264 66 Notes of other National Banks 290 00 Fractional paper currency sickles and cents 30 67 LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE IN BANK viz S 7781 50 Legaltender notes 110313 50 Redemption fund with U 8 Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 3500 00 TOTAL 268141 V7 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 5000009 Undivided profits less expenses and 672217 National Bank notes outstanding 49500 00 Due to other National Banks 4339 74 Due to State Banks and Bankers 617 90 Individual deposits subject to cheek 136962 10 TOTAL rsw141 yf STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY or GABBABD SB I B F Hmdson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state r meat is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier a Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of Nov 1903- y Go Slum JB Notary Public 7 COHKKCT Attest J J WALKXR J S ROBINSON Director L Y LEAVELL I Capitaland OFTHE 3000 00 till 6S 00 taxes paid u 55 00 above S n E STORYES U S 2537 00 fund 10000 00 taxes AT- e Se 0 Banking 1103573 50OCO mac CDEY Banking I J T For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc CloverSeed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson D18tf Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf At Mt Sterling II Clay Turner sold to West Virginia parties a Shorthorn bull for 500 A bad disposition in an animal Is generally the result of bad manage ment in handling Armour of Chicago is said to have bought 10500000 bushels of wheat for the rise in price that he expects According to English official esti mates nearly three million bushels of wheat were harvested in the world in PJ02 At a sale of Shorthorns held at Ma son City Iowa by A H Britt sixty fe males averaged S24315 and nine bulls averaged 893 Wade Anderson of Dixon Spring Tenn sold nineteen 3yearold mules to Allen Oldham of Gallatin for 81900 on last Tuesday Experiments show that soft corn has nearly the same feeding value as old corn though of course more of it is required for it contains from 15 to 20 per cent more moisture- A number of Iowa breeders held a r P uj r 4 Tennessee Is healthy age and the health of old age is ruled by the stomach life the stomach is in fact the vital center of the body but the fact is never so j much appreciated as in the time of old age when the proper nu trition the body is of the first 1 importance Old people who are who fail to assimilate nourish j ment will find wonderful benefit in the use of Dr Pierces Gold en Medical Discovery It cures v diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and I and so enables the perfect j digestion and assimilation of food from which all physical strength is derived w When I wrote for advice I was i feeling very miserable with not one but general debility writes Mrs Martha Jones of Clare a also one of Favorite Prescription and a bottle of Pellets I soon be continued I do not find in your book from ladies as v I am seventythree I think jno medicine equal to yours for old easy cheerful Dr Pieroes Pleasant Pellets The best lax atlvo for old people t r I r ll r OJt i 1 I HAPPY AGE I t jThroughout t weakand t J ou purchasedbottle I takingthemtesti- monials oldas ipeople It makes their days iT ii i fer J J t J JI IJ JJ 1 11 1 f JI J J J nutrition combination sale of AberdeenAngus cattle at Chicago with the following results Sixtylive females averaged 43145 and fourteen bulls averaged 48285 Mode Xicoll of Lexington sold a handsome pair of seal brown geldings to a Detroit buyer for 84000 Both horses stand 10 hands and their com bined weight is 2400 pounds They have a team record of 246 The American Tobacco Company has announced a raise in the wages of all its employes The principal in crease is an advance of 20 per cent en the wages of the girls employed in the factories It is stated that this in crease will affect about 20000 girls If more attention was paid to the poultry business in the way of better accommodations suitable food and care it might be made yet more Is is a business that should be encouraged and on dairy farms where there is plenty of skim milk and other good food materialitshould be especially profitable Dr Wiley the chemist of the Dc partment of Agriculture is now mak ing preparations for feeding experi ments mentioned a couple of months ago About a dozen young men have consented to allow the Director to feed them a month or so on pure food and on adulterated foods in order that the Department may make ob servation on the effect of such foods on the health of able bodied human beings The experiments will not be begun before the first of December Among many signs of a hard winter I remunerative CANCEROUS ULCERS Are many respects like other ulcers or sores and this resemblance often proves fatal Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal in in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop ing keep up the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous the sore the germs of Cancer that are multiplying sickening cancerous sore begins us destructive work No ulcer or sore can exist with out some predisposing internal cause that has poisoned the blood and the open discharging ulcer or the sore on the lip cheek or other part of the body will continue to festering In February 1890 I noticed a small lump on my lower lip The doctor it but another came and broke out into an open sore I began to take S S S and after I had taken seven the place healed entirely and no signs of the disease have been seen since W F Brown Hollands S C cauterized bottles Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation- S S S cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter It has great antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and restore the blood to its natural condition And when pure blood is and eat deeper tile unless tUC niooa is purineu ana rne carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process begins the discharge ceases and the place heals over and new skin forms S S S is a strictly blood purifier containing no mercury or minerals of any description vegetable If you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind write us about it medi cal advice will cost you nothing Books on Cancer and other diseases of the blood will be sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Of Course You Want The Best To get the Latest Creations and styles in Call on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the styles and prices No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT HEMP SEEDFOR SALE 250 per bushel for Best Kentucky River Bottom Cultivated Hemp Seed Will sell Responsible Parties On Time and take for same out of crop to be grown v7 T ILoVLgQaridge LEXINGTON KENTUCKY J I I r m- iII MILLINERY correct I S J 1 P1 i I tJ s 4 E1 t I that IIKVO been noiiUd out farmer j that recently ehiclccn liawks were nntic collecting in Inrtre numbers iiiicl southward rats am li lls and swUiitrpn lion under barn and houses live always Of a rough winter The potato crop of the United States this season is the second bug est ever raised It is ollicially csti mated by the Department of Agricul ture at 283000000 bushels on 2ir587 acres the yield being 4 bushels last year The largest crop ever rais ed was 27 J7TO bushels in 1SD5 The Kentucky State Horticultural Society will meet Dec 9th and 10th at Bedford Ky An exceedingly inter esting program has been prepared According to the Indiana Corn Growers Association a perfect ear of corn should be from 10 to 12 inches and 7 to 8 inches in circumfer ence The ear should yield SS percent of grain The ear should taper but slightly approaching the cylindrical to near the point It should be well tilled out at both ends with straight rows of wedged shaped grains 1 Uni formity of exhibit 10 2 Shape of ears 5 3 Color of ears 10 4 Mar ket condition 5 5 Tips of ears 10 5 Butts of ears 5 7 Uniformity of kernels 5 J Length of ears 10 10 Circumference of cars 11 Space between rows 10 12 Per cent of corn 20 Total 100 Owners of peach orchards should re member that peach borers should be carefully dug ont at this season They are all hatched now and beginning to work well down into the roots of the trees preparatory to going into quarters It must not be thought that because the trees were gone over in the spring and summer there is no need of doing the work now There may be some that hatched from eggs laid late and some may have beer missed It has been proved that costs more to dig peach borers once a year than three times a year This is because the borers when near to surface as they are soon after hatching can be easily taken out Less damage will result to the tree also for a full grown borer will do much more damage than half a doyen small ones The injury done by the knife in taking out the one which has bored deep is also considerable Prai rie Farmer A Million Vol cs Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of Vest Point la ten why A severe cold had settled on his lungs causing a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he had consumption but could not help him When all thought he was doomed he began to use Dr for Consumption and writes it cured me and saved my life I now weigh lbs Its positivel guaranteed for CoughsColds andLung troubles Price and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick lm John Hendrickson wanted in Bell county for killing old man Baker two years ago has been arrested at lulL boro Twelveyearold Eddie Munseys right foot was shot oil by Homer Bright acompanion while they were hunting in West Louisville Bright thought his foot was a rabbit Heavy floods have ruined stock the chief industry of Northern Sweeden and created a famine thousand persons are starving or threatened with starvation Ten cavalry company have started a fund for the erection of a monument in Richmond Va U S Grant Sixteen members of the company sur vived the war and the fund begins with The short session of the Fiftysev enth Congress was opened at noon Monday with the Ship Subsidy Bill an antianarchy measure some elastic bill insular legislation and trust measures among the important matters to be taken up Uo revision of the tariff is expected unless an extra session is called How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarseness A day or two be fore the attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon followed by a rough cough Give Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough appears and it will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used by many thousands of mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that always be de ponded upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists Treats both sides alike the barber Cut this out and take to your and get a free sample of Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and the stomach improve the and regulate the bowels size 25c per box ini Casehardened people mummies Ballards Ilorehouml Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and diflicult breathing Henry C Stearns DruggistShullsburg Wisconsin writes May 20 1901 1 have been selling Ballards Horehound Syrup for two years and have never had a prepara that has given better satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they come back for more I can honestly recommend it 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts lm a say I lea i in cJ lOIS j lid ita long winter Li Kin s ewDiscoery completely 22 Lancaster Ill raising Seventy surviving Confederates Virginia toGen 16 currency reciprocity peculiar Chamberlains an druggist Chamberlains invigorate appetite Regular Ssi Ill ill iiI SOc out I on tl er if E Thomns Adinr c Prills- vs Inc Lawsuit AT I virtue of a judgment of I he Oar raIl Circuit Court rendered L its November term Irttii in the above styled case I will on MONDAY DKCEMHEIt 22nd lK2 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property in Garrard county Kentucky which is fltismlu fl MS follows Beginning at a stake on the side of a turnpike road loading from Lancas tel to Fall Lick coriur to V A I ea ley thence with IJeazleys line a West course to the old dirt road leading from Preachersvillc to Paint Lick thence with Jams Bells line and the old road to Perkins corner thence with Urecdloves line and center of turnpike road thence down the same the West side lifteen feet from the center thence to the beginning con sixty acres more or less TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of G and 12 months bonds with good will he required of the purchas for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing J per cent interest day of sale until paid having the force and eirpcc of a judjr mcnt upon which execution may issue bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JTsO W MILLER Taster Comr Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Corn Hemp Seed ami Tobacco F Burke Ss Son PltlTs VS K Moore c Dfts By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rarcl Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1M2 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 22nd 1U02 publicly before the court house hoer in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property inGarrard county Ky t vit The onehalf undivided interest in about 25 corn also tile ivhai undivided interest in about acres of tobacco also the onehalf undivided interest in about 20 acres of hemp seed This sale is made to satisfy a lien debt the amount of said debt being the sum of four hundred and eleven dollars and 21 cents 841125 with J per cent interest from the 27th day of December l 01 until paid together with the costs herein expended The tract of land upon which this crop is situated lies in Garrard county Ky and adjoins the lands of J B Leavell and contains 70 acres TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of 5 months bond with good sc curity will be required of the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing j per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg nieut upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr and Receiver of the Garrard Circuit Court PUBLIC SALE STOCK CROPS ETC Having locM l to change my place of bus noss I will offer THURSDAY DEC iSth 19 02 the following Ie cribtMl property ut public auction on the J A YeMRor funn mils west of Liinciister on the Lexington pike and 1 mile from Mnrksbiiry- vventy head good yearling steerS 2 extra Rood oyeiirold work mules I yearling mule 1 vehicle family mure 1 veiirold good brood sows 32 shouts some hey a lot of corn in crib about 00 shocks of fodder and 1 buggy mill harness A lot of farming ments comparatively new consisting of 1 Champion Kinder 1 Champion Mower 1 u perior disc Drill 1 Tiger disc Harrow 1 Poin dexter tsmoothint Harrow 1 Roller 1 1 MeCormick Hay JCabe I Capital Wngon 1 Garden Cultivator J Steel Beam Oliver Chilled turning plows double shovels etc Also some household and kitchen furui ture and numerous other things TKltMS Sums of flUund under cash ove that amount a good note payable in 0 months from date of sale at 0 per edit interest nego tiable und payable at batik Sale begins at 10 oclock FRED YKAGER Can for Conventions The Democratic Committee for the 13th Judi ial District of Ky at 11 meeting of said Com mittee held in the city of Danville August th IjOi adopted the following method of nomina ting candidates for Circuit Judge and Com monwealths Attorney in said District to be voted for at the November election ItftS 1st The Democratic voters of the District are requested to meet ut their several voting precincts in the District on the 6th day of De comber at oclock p m They will be call ed to order by their precinct County Commit tecman nncl will proceed to elect u Chairman and Secretary und then proceed 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 cust for the Democratic candi dates in said precinct at the last lresldentinl election and if nny precinct did not cast ito votes in said election said precinct shall ne vertheless be entitled to at least one delegate to said county convention Alternates shall gate who may be unable to act or decline to act The chairman of said precinct meeting shall certify the results to and transmit them to the Chairman of the respective County Corn mittee 2nd The delegates to each County Conven tlou shall meet ut the Court House of their respective Counties on and shall be called to order by their respective County Committee Chairman and after electing a Chairman and Screetary shall proceed to elect Delegates to a District convention to be held ut the Court House in Danville Ky in which Boyle County shall be entitled to eight votes Garrard county to seven votes Lincoln count j 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 convention certified by the respective Chairman and Sec of the county convention shall be de livered Convention shall assemble at the Court House JH Danville Ky on the 10th day of December lllft and proceed to elect a Chairman and Secretary and make notnina tlons for Judge Commonwealths Attorney and perform all anus and functions proper to a Demociatic Convention 31d At the product meetings all Demo crabs who will support the nominees arc entI tied to vote K C WARREN Clint 13 Judicial DIst Ky Oct 31st 1902 I1Lrllk48LOflOlli Sn16 or CJlWUIl CounT Law Ou n s- Ir security Garrard CmcCll acres of Ii Ij imp I Tiger hundred also be elected to take the plllee of each dele Dec Stli HIO couut LEE CURREY Set 1taitd- GRutIro a ming from Gut a ii Cou ncr t for saleon geldingS i thu if IQU Are Gomg Ncrtn If You Are Going f Yen fast If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THe The Maximum of Safety The Maxffitsm of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates I r1 i I i AND so SCR nit Arc clfl 4r1iiLr1LousvcritxflR Trains Leave Lancatc v No101I X021- 10M AJJ O IX No22 5 l x No11 211 1 M L i Time I iu i i eiftctNovum f iWhhr llIiillo Cynthia Pari tlIiIt lllysiih ChltIIIIIHIth Fmrkietmnnnmil Lxlmg tom Prnimk hint I Coit- i Iurtnm f For Stanford Junction City Uslit trabOriMitrrt Vt iVtriion Mviiic toii London Cur bin Mirtdlt lxoru cueI i For lUcUmond and mtermediate ala t tion For Stanford and way tatious ll Trains run daily Sunday Alx ve is IKAVIX 10 and 11 stop at all sta Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT ASVILLK SOUTH BOVNK Number no lop ll45am- Xumbtr34Midnitj On Flag it m XumburO wily except Sunday 7 p n- UOHTH BOfKD- Nliu stops wlieu rt ed tTlipm Number 4 Hily Not Stop Number C Daily Stop 130 vm- Numi r 10 l uiy except Suuday rtJanX- unibcr t limes not stop ut Danville but does stop ut Junction City t 4 I am v tXl wbtu Queen 1 uniImr5iu11y l107all11 he 2 I los os LIs tisgiast daily 2iP c aJ jl nfjLT CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Tiuiein tsfct 101July 13 STATIONS Lvi7iiiU7Ul Squill tiOOpml iXiiia ru i2i im SJmnr Winriif UT 7ara J lSin MtSterHi llJi nti 9M m ArWHsliingtoii 2 H ni Ihila lelhU 7 7pm 4 New York llliaini 9 STATION v New York i pm IMlrtdelphla Uam 7iinOpMi II Kptii Mterlinti 74twm 4 opm Winchester am 1 jni Throrgli Trains run to from DAILY Dtiiir trains HU aj For sletphiff oar reserfinos or iiiforinatior write or j- LtJxiNoroN Ky Digests what you eatt r5 Nature in strengthening and recon the digestive It isthe latest discovereddigest ant tonic ISe other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Isausea Sick Headache Gastralgia all other results of imperfect digestion PrlceOCc nnJ 51 Large slzecontalna 21S times pepsiaiEaiiedfreo Preoared bv E C DzWITT a CO Cblcaco TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN and Ve employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on implication BOTH PHONES II F HILLEX31BYEK SON Lexington Kentucky I3ORE L3VSS 4SS SAVED Oonsiimplion Coughs and Colds Than By AU Other Throat And Lung rsciiiGdics Combined This wonderful medicine positlvcJ rjres Consumption Colds 3roncliits Asthma Pneumonia Hay LaGrippo Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough fJQCURg MO PAY Price bOo SI Trial Sottie rce Election Notice There will bean election held by time of the National Hunk of Lancaster Ky at Its bank ImiMItijj between time hours of 10 a 111 and 2 p in on Tuesday January 13 IDttJ to elect live directors to serve Dec 2 190 S C DENNY Cashier Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National ISunk of Lancaster Ky at the bank on Tuesday January 13th 1903 from ten a in to two p in for the lair pose of electing five directors to serve the en suing year Dec 2nd 1102 ll F HUDSON Cashier VIIITISII LETTERS Letters remaining o office unclaimed week ending Dec 5th 1902 Everylien Anderson Anderson Bol in Mr Jackmon Sam Himes Jeff Parks Annie Yeaky if called for say advertised Wm West P M l t J s ill S dmIOp1 U dill vZ T30t I10 Ahln toll 7 t 1laJA- rLtxiutGIl iltDll ml700umj33Upm jlid York Thu crt tcl hone EO Hl ErDrA m Fri JA 1l r Dyspepsia Cure digests the food and aids str organs smallslzc Book all UbliUt ilY t IC ni9rnYD11iJlFO Ot5fJ CS stockholders theellsulnl Lancaster Post t5amnaFOpTR 2laia7ispm aspic SI 2 aiOsm 2I2pam 22a1n triiii4vtilc Ii t sin New 15113 ruw f i iM Cramps and GARDEN year Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuabe 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 I i j j fP 14WI ji 1 1 or t f1ucO aL l3 1 I rJ j ae itO fI 1V1ffluii rhu1UbllMll e t7 Ar azo A M BOURNE r AUCTIONEER Offers his to the people of this terirorv services rerleet Satisi Leave word at the CJSXTIIAL RECORD oflice or address me ut Lancaster That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collnrs is given ai this Lanadrj If you want evidence send us t trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 5 1 53 V Maui St Phones 202 Lexington H T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenucky Uuarantecfl IvL N Ky Lion LEnIS Y 4 President J S ItOKUSSOS Vice Prii ORGANIZED 1883 I The gfflZENS NATIONAL BANK 2 Of LAyCASTJSK KY CAPITAL 50000 5woo- oj B F HUDSON Cashier f W O RIOXBY Asst Qishr C D WALKRK Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 0 K W l LEA ELL l i I Bookkeeper I Z a 4v M r 4I J j 1 SLIt lAS 4ti4isE First Class Painting Haying located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and of work PAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store I I experience I ORNAMENTAL PAINTING J E9r tct i1lt 1r tTFJf g Cup 70U fi llPt RflDrcsentiD oIIUill Gompaniex PniatincN Jlartford of Jhooli1yu- iilwitukf Jlerehauts- Xew York LOlitbi tHobe- NOtth British Mereliaiitile Aetna LIfe Ins Co g llrtfoCll Fri L FhVcCMF LLFzR WEAWOP5EtI- IMO ysepsEa iests vzt mit- R1 KNiUPJJ1I Aetna Qiseeli ComwticutU- iimtmaii Aliierlemt- iiI9ieiix lnulcrwriteis1- aiCriOo1 f LEYWsBEAZ IDSISTTJST OiIKe or r Dr Kinisairds sppui irvl ytcriiiti rhnreh Danville sUtxt I E XOIiLSSOX Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to l an at 5 per cent on real estate iMortjraires Notice To Creditors- All persons having claim gain ot A i Kiev Ie r e l wH i r trc sc properly provrn 1 tb iiinkr ljcn Ml s tormy J K iol iaOHiil Ij ncu l r Ky n w Octwlwr 15th lMe- Gco T HiKxinbotbMiMj 9ll Jvsse U Fux AWMFS tJ lime tor our before 1 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 s A R DEXXY President JOhN E STORMES S S C DEXXY Cashier Asst Cashfr E T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Eobinson Jno E Stormes W IT Kinnaird w0000000000000000 00000000000000 II93o o 0o to 0ice Prest J P Robinson 2 2 o 0 IIO 0 0000 0000000 0 00 5 si u ke PillsAJOfl Itemporarily ure constipation by agitating t I bowels but regular action cannot be secured secretes enough bile to make tim execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics fg compels continual and increasing doses to 1 attain results ax5tek the liver acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter milling Fevers and by goins to the sent of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE B un tiltmte I 1 of Itst