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I Tfc T1IIRTJ2EXTJI YEAR LANCASTER KY FBIDAY DECEMBER 12 1902 r1r1 AL tECOTtDL s7 1 iqiE CJ 3UM3S3 I if 1au Mean BUINi See These People I iii do you love Joe best Mabel Because Charley anxiously Because what Mabel Because he hires Wards rub ber tire buggies 1212lt Fur pent A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson at National Bank We will exchange coal for good corn at 81 75 per bbl Williams Coal Yard Blue grass seed for sale IT A B Marksbury Son Full line fancy China and Cutglass just arrived at Thompsons n21tf I have for ale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed l25tf J F Robinson Come see the handsome line of hosiery and shoes at J Josephs We have the most beaufrfijl line of nice stationery we have shown arid will appreciate your 124tf Frisbies Store Come and pick out your present and let us lay it away for you 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Handsome line of furniture at R A Stones 1 f you need a good set of the best at lowest prices give us a call It is no trouble to goods at Frisbies Drug Store x 124tf R A Stone the grocer rill buy all the produce you can haul to town and pay you the best prices You will find a large variety of goods to select from at Frisbies Store 124tf We have the largest lincf mechani cal toys ever shown in Lancaster 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Dont put oil buying your Christmas presents until the last minute but go at once to Frisbies drug store where you will get more for money than any place in town 124tf You will find presents suitable for everybody at Frisbies drug store and cheaper than an vwhere 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 A cloak or wrap is an appropriate Christmas gift See J Joseph about this CharleyWhy winter patronage Drug showyou 1tf 8 ever Drug your L We take orders for cut lowers tile finest grown Thompson For sale A few nice yellow bronze turkeys toms a n d s W Elmore tf We will be pleased to lisivc everyone visit our store and see our line of goods Frisbies Drug Store 124tf If you want the best spices citron and all kind of ingredients for cakes go to R A Stones grocery near depot Frisbies line of holiday goods is the in town You cannot afford to miss 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 New stock bead purses and bags cheap for cash at Thompsons If you want a line black cake call at Zimmers We have some splendid ones at reasonable prices Fancy candies Lowneys Leassee and lloadleys best at Zi miners Farm fur Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Ald ridge Stf Nearly all of our goods are exclusive designs we will b3 pleased to show them Frisbies Drug Store 124U Dont forget Fox the photographer will be here Friday Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD ollice Bring all the little people in to see our line of Christmas goods we have things that will please them 124tf Frisbies Drug Store 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 Homemade candies fresh lot excel lent quality at Xlimmers restaurant New stock of Accordeans Harps and full line of Bell strings at Thomp sons n2ltf Why not give your wife or daughter some lovely furs for a Christmas This is something which will be greatly appreciated and very appro priate See J Joseph and he will save you money on them hen J I I ltf holiday itt L present SK S 2 S SxS O N Ladies Misses and Childrens CLOAKSAND We will close out balance of our Cloaks Furs and Skirts I At Greatly Reduced Prices We have too many and they must go Special values in Childrens Cloaks at I 98cts 148 198 A Special values in Ladies Cloaks at I flf 398 and 8689 We are also running a cutprice sale in our f MILLINERY department Now is the time to get a bargain 8 l01fJtJliJ0Yr jlJJlJ JllJjllJl WJCJJL X 1f1 fjlflJ 7IlJlJi Ji0YJri00Ji YryJfJr0 r tYrw0fYj i0 Y Vjf88Y0Ii iiI I CUT PRICE A cl I S LE I I 1 t i I I Ii Larri Walkill Skirt I I I Ii I 1 I ro 9 I 9 j 0 aXOO 4444 I p 0 Q 0 IruJftf01 WljlJf fj ILOQAN 000 o0 0 DRY GOODS COMPANY o oooe ooooo00000000 New stock of Xmas books at Thomp sons The best homemade caramels you ever tasted now at Zimmers See Beazleys elegant Rockers Sofas and other pretty furniture suitable for Christmas 1 Wc have the best storm aprons ever brought to this market 1212 Romans Elmore 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 Xmas Jewelry in Brooches Cuff Buttons Pin Sets Studs at Thompsons Take advantage of the pretty wea ther and have your pictures made while Foxtlie artist comes lie will be here Friday Come see our carriage heaters for keeping your feet warm they are cheap 1212 Romans Elmore Jlomemrtde caramels the best ever put on the Lancaster market at 1212 Zimmers Lost gold scholarship medal on Danville street Sunday Reward for returning to RECORD ollice 1212 2t We can furnish you repairs for your farm wagons cheap 1212 Romans Elmore Dont fall to examine our line of holiday go most complete line in the city Lancaster Grocery Co Ladies and gentlemen Rings in Diamonds plain and fancy set at Why not buy something substantial for Xmas We have the best line of furniture in Kentucky which you should look over before making your Xmas selections J A Realey This paper is printed on Thursday afternoon and if you see it in time go to McRoberts and secure a reserved seat for the reading by Miss Katharine Egglcston at court house We have the prettiest line of ever brought to Lancaster and nothing is more appropriate for a Christmas present J A Beazlcy You will lincLAe did not forget the little ones thisy of every discription will be found on our shelves at bargains Lancaster Grocery Co Dear children 1 have shipped a large stock of Xmas toys to Mr Thompson get your stockings ready and leave word with Mr T what you wish Your uncle Santa Claus Gold watches for ladies and make nice Xmas presents Thompson the Jeweler Only a few winter robes left They go at a bargain Romans Elmore If you want the freshest groceries best fruits nice candies and in fact anything to be found in a firstclass store call on R L Underwood near Marksburys granary lIe handles on ly the best of everything will appreci ate your trade and give you the prices goods delivered promptly at any part of the city tf jSothwithslanding the fact that we have had a tremendous sale of fall and winter goods we are still stocked up to date with anything in this line you may need See us before purchases we save you money and you can rely absolutely on getting the best values for your money at our store J Joseph To Town Town taxes were due on December 1 but the City Council has given me until Dec loth in which to make my settlement All taxes not paid by that day will be returned to the Coun cil as delinquents ac cording to law You su ve expense by paying befere the 15th Tcau be found at Judge Hemphills ofilc- edec42t S D Rothwell Free Coal T XI Lee and licavcl Every 30 days we propose to give away 15 bushels of coal With every 50c cash purchase we give a ticket which entitles you to a chance and as many tickets as you hold you have a chance and at the end of each month we get some disinterested person to draw a number out of the box that number is entitled to the coal We also propose to carry in stock rough and dressed Lumber Shingles Etc Call and get our prices 1212 T II Lee Leavel To Temperance People Regular meeting of Lancaster Alli ance No 21 will be held at Odd Hall Friday evening Dec 19th It is hoped every lover of temperance will be on hand as some matters of importance are to be looked after O T Wallace d122t A good cook stove a bed and furniture Will be sold at a bargain Apply to Dr W Burnett 2t We have some ladies heavy which we will sell at a bargain Quality the best the lowest J Joseph 1 12 Pry our Ja soap tie best on euth Lancaster Grocery Cp lC Thom psons makingvour I advertised Fellows For Sale underwear prices Lmmnc iyall Stick- Pins S C Rockers Toys gentlemen lowest TuxPayer Ihd will Snow packed around the town clock hands and that useful timepiece was out oji service for a few days The hands ought to be covered as this trouble comes winter Still Coiiif Another long communication was sent this ollice yesterday bearing no signature It seems impossible to convince the public that unsigned ar ticles are tired into the waste basket The drill is still being sent down at the artesian well and a depth of nearly U50 feet has hero reached Still no sign ot water but the driller is as ever Win Moss Jr has bought the meat and grocery store of J F Adams and will continue the business at the old stand Mr Adams requests Till RECORD to thank his friends and cus tomers for past favors During the recent snow and sleet three pretty girls slipped at Stormes corner and fell pellmell into the snow A RKCOUD man who to be at the window says the of hosiery was tine Circuit Court convened again and a lot o business of interest only to those concerned attended to Judge McRoberts is giving general satisfaction as his rulings are prompt and to the point Newspaper 31 au A Caitditatc Jesse M Alverson of the Stanford Interior Journal has announced as a candidate for representative in county Mr Alverson beside be ing a mighty clever man has been a wheelboss in his party always with the boys in the trenches and never asking for ollice before It li Stopped It is hoped the Council will take special steps toward preventing the shouting of bombs on the streets Christmas Last year several narrow were trade one of the bombs thrown on Danville street breaking several windows in this ollice and an other narrowly missing J Joseph It is generally understood who dues this and that they come from the roofs of stores so why not gather in a few roosters Put on enough policemen to stop it One ollicer cannot be all over town at Ute same time We were mistaken in saying that the last mail for the Cincinnati train Xo10 was made up at 745 p m West tells us he makes up this mail at the morning He makes up pouch for south bound evening train Xo 11 at 745 p in So a letter placed in the post oliice box at any time meter supper will be made up for the Cincinnati train next morning at 445 This is an unearthly hour to punch Bro West oil the roost but be ing one of Uncle Sams most faithful and accommodating employes he is always at his post A Divided Deleration The democratic precinct conven tions were held Saturday and delega tions selected to the county which was called for Lancaster Monday As some question had aris en two conventions were held and two delegations selected to the Danville meeting Wednesday into detail would require more space than we can give and as each side claims to be in the right the less said is probably the best Judge Kiiriifeidc Appointed Judge R A Burnside of this city has been appointed special Revenue Agent in Kentucky the glace held by Gen Collier Judge Burnside was ordered to report to Agent Thrasher at Louisville and as yet dont know where he will be assigned Time duties call him all over the state and he will probably spend most of the time in Louisville Judge Burnside has been a hard worker for his party in this county and certainly deserves a good berth Old Santa Here The merchants have brought on a nice line ef Christmas goods and we advise you to consult our advertising columns before coming to town The fact that a merchant spends money for space in the paper is conclusive proof that he has something worth calling your attention to and wants to soil it The old fogy saying Adver tising dont pay is only used by a few people these days and is just as ab surd as ever Judge M D Hughes has completed the work of taking the town list and delivered the books to the Council He tells TIm RECORD the taxable proper ty i n town amounts t o 872041 There was a loss of 15010 by fire 815000 in other losses which means in plain English that much sent out of town in speculations and other tomfoolery After overcoming this loss Mr Hughes found enough prop erty to increase the amount over previous assessment II e dug out and listed a lot of stocks and other property which people had fail ed to give in on other lists and the Council owes him a vote of thanks for the good work Katharine Eggleston tonight j u every The Mill Diglt as confident happened Lincoln working Could e capes Postmaster 145 in The CIU 32000- r 11 1s0Ol display Tuesday Tit o For Bails convention Monday Togo Assessment They say some big money chang ed hands in bets on Saturdays Dont forget that this Thursday evening is the date for Miss Katharine Eggleston at court house She is the best reader on the platform and you will regret missing her tonight Few Days Left We are asked to call especial atten tion to the notice of S D Rothwell city tax collector in another column Mr Rothwell has given the people am ple notice and no one will have any kick coming when their property is advertised for sale Out In the Streets The above pretty drama will be pre sented in the Opera Rouse at Kirks ville Saturday the 27th There are ten people in the cast and much hard work is being done on rehersals The play is a fine one and the people will doubtless turn out in large numbers to see it Remember the date De cember 27 Good Connection to Louisville The Bastin Telephone Company now has a splendid connection with Louis ville Time Independent company there has several thousand phones and you can talk to most any prominent busi ness man or from your own house The rates are reasonable and the service cannot be surpassed A S3000O Cattle Deal The largest deal in ever made in the Burgin region was closed last week when James W Redford and Jake IIuguely wealthy farmers sold 210 head of export cattle to Simon Weil of Chicago at 8500 per hundred the cattle ranging about 1800 pounds The deal represented about 30000 Popular Fad It is quite a fad now for the young folk to give parties The Lan caster Alleys can be rented for an eve and none but your party is mitted The young ladies are becom ing very fond of the game and it is quite a healthful pass time See Dave Ross and he will reserve the alleys any time you want them Splendid meeting The protracted meeting at the Pres byterian church began Wednesday night and large congregations have been present at each service Mr Akers an old schoolmate of Bro Chumbleys is assisting in the meeting and an able discourse is at each service The time is 230 in afternoon and 7 in the evening We are requested to say that everybody is invited and cordially asked to attend these services Go and you will hear something that will do you good firm direct live stock ad The- Re convention bowling tint given Joseph has some beautiful handker chiefs suitable for Christmas pres ents We receive the newest music each month 15c cash for introductory num bers all duplicates 25c at Thompsons Someone exchanged buggy cushions with Sheriff Billy Lawson at Sweeneys Stable He is willing to swap back if the other fellow is Why waste your money on some useless article when you can go to Jo sephs and select a pair of fine shoes a nice dress or some other useful article for a Christmas present Give that will be appreciated and useful Remember the place to buy the best goods for the least money is J Josephs AVlll Preach at Rubble Rev S W Cooke missionary to West Africa will preach at Hubble Christian church Sunday morning and night the 14th Bad Service The mail clerk on Kos 10 and 11 is either compelled to do an over share cf work or is as stupid as a dunco Our papers have been scattered to the four winds lately Last week a of this paper saw a bundle of single wrappers addressed to other states lying in the post office at Sil ver Creek We pay Uncle Sam more postage than any other institution in town and if we cant get good service its a mighty easy matter to get our friend Congressman Gilbert to yank up some of the gimbletheaded offi cials They think they own the earth when dealing with the public but when a congressman pokes his nose in they find they are small potatoes Two Sets Of Candidates every prominent democrat in this section of the state attended the district convention at Danville As we understand the pro ceedings they were briefly stated as follows Chairman Warren had re signed and Mr Burch of Lincoln was selected lie called the convention to order and after cor derable wrang ling the Saulley uijourned until 7 p m The othc Delegates remained in session electing Judge Roach of Mercer chairman and Ron Con HeIr of Mercer was nominated for circuit judge and Hon Chas Hardin also of Mercer named for common wealths attorney Just as this adjourned the Saufley men came into the court house at the ap pointed hour and held a convention nominating Hon M C Sautley for jndge and J S Owsley for attorney Both wings claim the nomination and unless some agreement Is reached it will be up to the state to settle the matter either by the nominee or ordering a election I 0 something representative Nearly Wednesday convention declaring Q Q U U N N JLHasien 2 o 0o0o2- o S S o 2oo o I o 0 e a g ov a o A e FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 s s Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums 0 of 500 and upward J A BEAZLEY I CO t t 0 OOC 00000OOC CI 00 0 0 0 NOW FOR THE HOLIDAYS With the passing of Thanksgiving our thoughts turn toward that Gift Giving day Christmas which is only a short time off Weve been for the Holiday trade for weeks and weeks brought the BEST here for you to select from useful articles that are sure to tempt you No trouble finding just what you want at the right price Never have selections been so beautiful We urge early buying as the stocks are at their best now and many of the finest fancies cannot be duplicated Call early and see our Clothing Shoes Hats Underwear Neckwear Silk and Linen Handker chiefs Mufflers Suspenders and many useful articles We will save you money on any ar ticle you will buy from us for Christ II I preparing displayof Gloyes mas The One Price Clothier H T LOGAN t AND LEADING Jewelers AND Opticians I Never was such a HOLIDAY You can sec Holi day Goods in ma ny places but its generaly the same old things you have been seeing for years We make specialty of Sew and Odd Things No Trashy Goods find place in our store everything New and First Class U JI lEe IX r MURRAY McADAMS II I I LiD GOODS Shown in Oanville I 5 p 1 Biitif1 Of A beautiful line just received of best sort made from UI I I Jewelers standpoint o excellence and workmanship The Largest Stock to se I lect from and you have many advantages in buy ing goods selected b y practical Jewelers DANVI LLE 3 Watches Diamonds Fine Gold Jewelry Goods McA alll Fancy Murray s- l IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST I r 1iJ tli iij JJ if ffJ I I t I I rJ is OLD HICKORY WAGONS Are sold 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 ROMANSIIELMORE positive m PH TONS rim L fJfiJmjtJmfrlJ1B J E3 i CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Dec 12 1902 IN the death ofHon Thos B Reed the Nation loses one of the greatest men of the day During his term as speaker of the House he displayed a fitness as a public man that was recog nized by all parties lie was a man of unusual mind and while a strict party man he always treated his opponents with the greatest respect and consid eration We had occasion to call upon him when he was Speaker and as is usual county Rube we thought we would be frozen to death but he was just the opposite Had we the president of the United States we could not have been treated nicer Come in young man have Whats going on down in Kentucky Was sorry to hear of your fathers death He spoke of several matters which he had written to our father about which convinced us he was not playing the politician by pretending to know us At that time tollgate raiding was going on in Kentucky and we remember his asking about it and saying Well my son when the of anything have to resort to unlawful acts accomplish their pur pose you can safely let that cause alone Theres somthing wrong or its champions would not have to resort to unlawful acts to bring it about Some partisans may call Mr Reed the Czar but he had more brains than any three of those handling the reins of government today IT has always been claimed that when death stares a man in the face he forgets everybody and everything but self This was proved untrue last week when a brakeman on the Q C was being dragged under an im mense freight engine He saw no hope of saving himself and bystanders heard him exclaim Oh God have mercy on my wife and children Never me Theres not one in ten thousand of the selfish people on earth today but who would have begged for mercy on his own trilling hide AT last Louisville has a firstclass outandout republican newspaper The old Louisville Commercial has been bought by several gentlemen of means who have consolidated it with the Herald and the new paper has been named the HeraldCommercial It is clean wellprinted and full of fresh news Young E Allison one of the best writers and cleverest fellows in the state is editor and if the ven ture proves unsuccessful all signs will fail A NEW paper has been launched upon the tempestuous sea of journal ism under the name of It with Lawrenceburg as Its home It is well gotten up full of interesting matter and plenty of ads We hope It will prove a successful venture and not prove to be a case of now you see It now you dont THE Louisville cartoonists are pre witha thatchair mind been advocates REMOVAL SALEAs we are intending to remove our shop we will during the month of December sell the 1 ttttttff PRESENT STOCKOF paring for an exhibit of their work the pictures to be for sale A large crowd should attend and pay good prices for the work These artists bring more pleasure into the life of newspaper readers than all the writers connected therewith and certainly deserve encouragement In this day of greed and rascality its relief to run across something cheerful arid the cartoonists certainly furnish it COL WALTON of the Lexington Democrat frequently quotes an entire chapter from the bible in his editorial column We will venture to say he doesnt quote a chapter or even a pas sage when the intelligent compositor butchers his copy as is done fie quently DAJIK Fashion says kissing is no longer the proper thing and should be abolished Twill never be The man who says he dont like to kiss is almost as big a liar as the girl who says she dont like to be kissed IF any of the children read President Roosevelts message on the great pros perity of the country there will be no convincing them there is no Santa Claus this year FLATWOODS M A Archer sold four shoats to Rev Owens for 1837 Rev Owens has moved to his farm lately purchased of W A Beazley Sam Wilcox of Richmond has to his fatherinlaw Ed Portwood Mr Ward of Knox county moved to his farm recently purchased of SmithThe schorl at Lawson schoolhouse taught by Wm Coldiron closed Tues day Dec 9th Mrs Fannie Archer and Misses Doc tie and Bessie Spangler visited at W II Furrs Saturday Miss Myrtle Corminy visited at Mr R C Boain Sat urday and Sunday and attended the protracted meeting at Cartersville Joe Tuggle sold to C A Robinson one good calf for 1350 Willie Parks sold to Frank Parks of Marcellus some hemp seed at 225 per bushelMessrs Huffman and White turkey buyers for Northcott of Lancaster have taken the last drove paying Sc per pound Madams Belle and Ed Perkins in Danville Wednesday Miss Sallie Lou Myers of Lancaster was in this vicinity several days last week Will Burnside of Danville is the week with relatives here Harry Aldridge has been quite sick with mumps Mrs W M Stalling and little son James and daughter Francis left this week for a several days visit to relatives in Washington county She will attend the dedica tion of the Mackville Baptist church Madams Richard McGratk Harry Aldridge and daughter were in shopping last Wednosday Lit tIe Mary Hughes has about recovered from her recent illness Rev WM Stallings was called to Mt Hebron Sunday to preach the funeral of Mr a great Re MAUl S UUY visited spending Danville mooed MONUMENTS and MARKERS at great sacrifice to save boxing and hauling Come and get first pick You save money The Garrard outy Marble Works STANFORD tt 1111111 11 UUIIIIIII JJfltl will STREET Ed Naylor Mr and Fred Kenr per of Lancaster were visitors here Sunday BlKSA VISTA We expect to have two weddings to report next F Ruble bought 16 cattle at Har rodsburg court average SOS lbs Water works for the defense of the large distilleries and several ware houses at Camp Kelson are being placed on Uoones Knob Ruble Bros and Chas Glass expect to buy 1200 cattle for slop at the Camp Nelson distillery Ruble Bros also have some at the Burgin W P Ruble bought the following head of stock 1 sow and 11 shoats of A T Scott for 840 one cow and calf of John Upton 27 32 hogs of Henry Tomlinson at 5c also one lot from Will Scott at same price front Morton Scott two sows and three pigs 35 one cow and calf 15 Mr Ed Arnold of your town was in our village Monday Misses Ora and Lillian Poor were in Danville Satur lay Mrs Sarah Smith of Lexing ton is at the bedside of her brother John Robinson who remains quite ill Mrs Will Baker from near Ver sailles is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson J T Iluble made a busi ness trip to Versailles last week Mr P S Tenill and family also Miss Lee Terrill and Bradley Cunningham attended the marriage of Miss Xettie Mayes to Mr Rogers last Wednesday at the brides home in Mercer Miss Mayes lived in our vicinity for years and many friends extend congratula tions Chas Scott also married and went to Indiana about 1U months ago lie sold his farm there and is sour to return to Old Kentucky PHEAGJlEIiSVILLE J L Anderson sold about 20 hogs L Lawson for 5ic- R J IToltzclaw bought three heifers from RT Lunceford for So J S Pettus bought 12 short yearling steers for 1750 per head J L Hutchins bought two steer calves from Rev W C Hutchin for 29 J S Pettus has just completed a nice coal and hay house at Crab Orchard for R D Iloltzclaw The Commissioners appointed by Court laid oil fur Mrs Flem Cummins ten acres including the improvement as a dower Miss Lixie Pettus and A r Lunce ford both finished their school last Friday and J B llutchins will close his next Wednesday Mrs W IT Brown is visiting relatives in Rockcastle county Drs Edmon ston and Pettus of Crab Orchard were here Saturnay attending the Masonic meeting Mr Joe Waters the hust ling editor of the Lincoln Democrat was here last week the interest of his paper which promises to be a suc cess So mote it be Rev E J Ter rill came over from Cartersville Sun day to attend the Quarterly meeting and reports a good interest in the meeting at that place Jas Rlank enship of Mercer county is visiting friends here for a few days John Kennedy and wife were visiting the family of II C Cummins last Rev Lawrence of Lexington will till the pulpit at Fairview Sunday There will be services at the Pres byterian church Sunday by Rev Ware of Alabama Rev F T Roberts of Lexington who has been the pastor at Fairview for several months preached his farewell sermon last Sunday lie has done a good work there and has helped the church more than any paster for years and tis with reluctance they give him upMiss Sue visited Miss Geor gia Dunn at Marksbury this week The wedding bells have begun to ring and we will soon lose one of our most beatiful young ladies in this vicinity Mr Givens Terrill and family left for Oklahoma Monday where they will reside in the future Their many friends regret to see there leave as they were very popular here and will be missed Misses Mayme and Elc ree Wallace were in Stanford last week Miss Margaret Noel visited Miss Ilallie Royston last week TAINT LICK Turkey crop short in this section bringing DC The merchants of this place are having a rushing business A B Estridge bought from IT II Led ford 15 shoats weighing 115 Ibs at 5 10 per hundred lbs Rev Otis Iluson of Lexington will fill his regular appointment at Mt Tabor Sunday morning W G Kemper cashier of our Bank was called to Richmond Saturday in the Poyntz and Gates land suit R N Beazley the hustling tobacco man is receiving lots of tobacco at good prices You will do well to see him before soiling Miss Lett Sanger spent Sunday with Misses Pearl and Kate Ely Mr Clel Terrill left Monday morning for Oklahoma Rev F T Roberts has resigned his pastorage at Fairview Mrs Jennie Searcy is visiting her sister Mrs Shearer at Red House Mr Isaac Arnold has rented the Ya randa hotel from J C Siler for the year 1903 and will take possession January 1 Mr Arnold is a man and has an excellentfamily We are glad to welcome him and hope he will have an abundance of success S 411 to- W in e Sunda- ye NSE IIi gins lira week- S distillery g first clas s 31T U Russell Vatiderpool is very sick at this writin- gr W TlKunpson sold to Jas Sanders sonic shoats at oe QDennie Scott sold to James Hills two fat hogs at Gc D Scott bought of Mrs C A Ander son one 500 lb calf for 15 We were much surprised Friday morning to find the ground once more dunned in its white costume Oliver Rue and wife spent a part of last week with their uncle W DScott Messrs Joe and Dick Simpson wenI in this locality last Wednesday dehor ning cattle James Johnson and family of High Bridge were guests of relatives last Barker of Jessamine was with friends hi this lo cality from Friday until Monday Mrs Alex Dean visited relatives in Jessamine last week Asa Wilson was with W D Scott Sunday night Mr Edward Naylor died at his home near Sugar Creek Dec nth after In tense suiTering lie was a member of the Baptist church at this place hard indeed to give up our loved ones but he has jut gone to join his dear companion who is how among the blessed He leaves eleven chil dren to mourn the loss Funeral ser were conducted Hebron Sunday at ten oclock by Rev Stal lings after which the remains were laid to rest in the Mt Hebron Grieve not gear ones but live such a life that yon may join the ones gone before LOWELL A good many of our farmers are done tripping tobacco and report a very good crop Dick Leasure is very sick at this writing with fever We have a man in our town who can eat with any body in these parts or at least we will believe that way until convinced otherwise Friday night Mike Hurt eat a hearty supper and into the store of J M and eat 3 cans of tomatoes 3 tags of pears 3 cans of sardines one dozen pickles 2 cans table peaches and a pound of cakes and complained of be ing hungry Miss Sudie Parks school closed last week for the winter W JI Ralston went to Hamilton Ohio last week where he will work this winter 1ikcit Up A big black boar weighing 140 Ihs came to my house in Duncantown about Nov 15 Owner can have same by proving property and paying fur his keeping Bristow Bruce 1212t The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S F Embry Price Bros Ed X B Price George Leu veil Dave Thompson WS Ferguson Cox M Grand Mrs N B Anderson R A Wm Lear T L Brnaddus Alex West J W Sutton A A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley M rs J llansbury West Mrs F M Terra F J White L Davidson J S Dan ifIs la II Henry M rs P D Gill W A Burton To TaxPayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my ollice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814 tf W L Lawson Sheriff j The SemiWeekly CourierJournal will drop back to once a week begin ning January 1st By special arrange ments we wM get this for you the balance 01 this year and all of next that is until Jan 1 1004 for the price of one year provided you pay your subscription to THE RICOII Read the offer We send OKD and CourierJournal both for lUouiit 3ielick Embroider I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue The Ladies Aid Society of the church will hold their tirst ex change next Saturday at the post ollice They will have everything for a good dinner These exchanges will be held every Saturday until January 1 with one on December 24 All or lets carefully tilled if left with post master West trine 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 IllAlt Hiattsville Ky 14 tf Wanted Clover timothy Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son I have i pretty line of Jardiniers suitable for presents They are nice for keeping dowers in the house Call at my home on Lexington street and and see them They are very cheap Mrs Singleton tf For Sale or ICciit- My two story G room frame house with an acre of ground situated on Richmond street Lancaster Ky In case of renting possession will be given January 1st 1903 in event of sale will make easy terms Apply to R E Mclloberts Lancaster Ky 1212tf Mrs Osee Bush RR4N week L vies at cam 1O TEJ j LawsonDavid Clty Sutton i I rUE llec SlfiO J xdlalle Christian German I I It Its lit cemetery Meadows z You will be lucky f you buy your Fall and Winter Suit and Overcoat We carry on a merchant tailoring business and guarantee ur customers everything that aught to be guaranteed in made treasure garments for men and boys Our tote is Agr- We ccrry upwards of four hundred patterns ia the newer ighrrt and fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS All these joints are found in our garments The linings nateriala are those of much higherpriced In fact we you the highpriced witbeut the high Otters fist 28 fe 4 15 asd SIms Handsome patterns We carry only the select conservative dignified patteriw such as the welldressed gentleman wears can show yon mud better than we can tell you J C HEMPHILL Lancaster ARE NOW ARRIVING AT ofus 9 J trirnmin andstitching taiIomg Our 16 V e 1 r r no biest iweft HOL1DAYaii1 ICOLRTS Store DLgc Dont buy your Until you have examined our were very careful in selecting our stock and knoW we cin pleise you both in quality and price will save you money Handsome China and Leather goods Mechanical Toys in fact Every thing suitable for Xmas DANVILLE ST 0 S 0 Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store A J 00 0 i 2 0 AS GOODSI 0 o Lar ann B antiful Stock I 0 Ve e o t1 0o z 0 Oo 0v 0 iri S lage1o bo 0V G 0 o ittt tttt ttitttttttttttt I We Can Supply Your Every Want i 0 O OGOGOeOi O OJ000 4SCs0 GO Oa04OEy a0 1 Ir O oo d o 0 Drug Store 0 0 O 0O cosoc o ooo loc o o o oco ao a ocoo t Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a 0 complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SON Successors M Higginbotham i i t at i of light i l i- l i i toT it it t f t3 t t P- 1w BURR 4 3 t IP GET IN YOUR VOTES g VTA 3OIV CONTEST m CLOSES 24th DAY of DECEMBER LIST OF LEADING VOTES gf J00 fj rtd rriz iiY8JtJ 091iIooV1 o- gJ Y BURRffi HURRYrn I s Frank Pierce Wi ll C Arnold 47 W B Denny 200 W It Cook SU Win Royston SS T H Ruble 72 E II Walker 02- i 1 A Sanders T 4- i TF White 47 T B Woner 31 i Sag 2i J II Dunn 22- JO Pox 21 3 Dunn 1 1m Frill Jas II Jill r CANDY t line is complete NICEST line for tChristinas ever in the city ft I I GROCERY lint is complete EVAPORATED I fgoodsPeaciiesPruiies Figs J Apples Raisins Currents Etc I t REALSI Anything in this line call I at the GOOD GROCERY A T polite clerk J W Simpson T to wait on you TH M Ballon 1i U Parks g- Tcvis Thompson lo John Bourne 1 1 U Robinson 1 c A K Walker lloht Burton Il- TCGulky J Andrew Thompson K- Ike Arnold 1 Y Roliinson 11 Fnuik Holtclaw H L K Warner 1 f- tOTLaytoii Wa I to r Casey S Jug Qi 0 IS t h 1 S 9 I T S Robinson A R Denny Counting 0J rffi r0 rreJ rrtillID Colntee- RobtKinnand 0 a r i Gossip About People x x v A Brier Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Charley Walker has been at home for a few days Will Walker is clerking in Currey Davidsons Mrs J II Kinnaird spent Monday shopping in Cincinnati Mr Goodloe of Paris visited Miss Jennie Lackey Sunday Mrs John Baughman has gone to Paris to visit her daughters- Dr Kinnaird and Dr Saiullin are in Chicago attending the lectures Misses Theil and Ross left Monday for their homes near Cincinnati Jim Smith and Charley West at tended meeting at Kirksville Sunday Miss Mattie Mannerley of Cornish is visiting Mrs Eubanksof ble Wesley Lane of Beuna Vista visit ed his aunt Mrs J i Hamilton Satur dayDr Burnett and wife have taken rooms with Mrs Fox Lexington ave nue Mrs R E McRoberts has returned torn a pleasant visit to Stanford rein Mr Victor Stone has accepted a in J C Thompsons Jewelry storeMr and Mrs W K Shugars visited relatives in McKinney Saturday and SundayMr Anderson after spending the summer here has returned to Mc KinneyMiss Mary Miller of Richmond is the guest ot Miss Lizzie Hudson Dan yule avenue Mis Mattie Estis was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs James Hep icy of Lebanon Mr Bishop and wifeof Huston ville were guests of her sister Mrs Pollard avenue Scott and daughter Miss Georgia of Beuna Vista were here shopping Saturday Mrs J E Stormes has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Arthur Hub bard of Covington Miss Florence Harris has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Maysville and Cynthiana BAHAMAS APPLES und Fruits too numerous to mention I r II I storedi J I Hubs frd G D r ORANGES 1 t C r yule yes position Stash 1 ccccoc r f Misses 1erllo lames and Anna Br naugn of Crab Orchard have been Miss Annie Austins guests Mr Homer Tinsley who has been in Xev Mexico for two years has return ed to his home in McCreary Nearly everybody who could get conveyance went to DaiiAille Wediies day to attend the convention Mr W A lliatt of Winchester has been spending a few days in Lancas ter Trusty is looking well The young men arc figuring on a big Christmas week If they give it Saxton will furnish the music Mrs James II ill and daughter Miss Pearl have returned from Burgin where they visited Mrs Allen Cool Lincoln Democrat We have tried Louis Landram so many different ways we know he is one of the best fellows in time world Mrs Eliza Eason is in Danville with her son J T Eason who was seriously hurt in the wreck which occurred at Sunbright Tennessee Our good friend R G Ward is the latest to discard the mustache and like the rest of us that he will never be bothered with another Dr Burnett has moved to Mrs Hamiltons the old Oneal property on Lexington street Ills otlice re mains over II T Logans store Miss Minnie Johnson has just closed a very successful school on Sugar Creek Miss Johnson is one of the most populay teachers in the I have returned home and am pre pared to do all kinds of dress making at reasonable prices Will be glad to wait upon my friends Miss Julia Reid tf The Ladies Aid Society of the church will give an oyster supper at the Mason Hotel on Friday night Dec 25th Everyone most cordially invited Col Billy Burton was in the this week looking for horses mules or any old thing in the stock line Its a wonder some girl dont kidnap clever Billy in his travels Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs Edward II Fox announce the engage ment of their daughter Lyda Nora to Mr George Newton Thompson of Shelby county The wedding will oc cur the middle of January Mr Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard was here this week looking around for property with a view of locating We would be pleased to have him locate in Lancaster as he is a good citizen and would rustle for the town Mrs Ophelia Dunn and little daugh ter Mamie Stormes attended the birth day dinner of their grand moth er Mrs Minerva Beddow who was 95 years old the 4th of December which occurred in Danville at the home of Mr A J Kemper Two energetic little ladies Misses Jessie and Lucy Doty have struck up on a novel way to make some extra Christmas money They have made a lot of delicious candy which they have placed at Miss Sallie Tilletts and will be glad to serve their friends Our former countyman Mr Jas T Adams has been appointed police judge of Mt Vernon Judge Adams has been quite successful in business since moving to Mt Vernon and his appointment goes to show how he stands with the people You cant keep a Garrard county man down R E Hughes of Louisville was in town about three minutes Sunday He is now secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Association which position requires all his time Bob is a hard worker having been raised in a coup try printing ollice which is always spoken of by those who know as a tread mill G F Peacock a former citizen of Lancaster died at the Confederate Soldiers Home at Pewee Valley last week He was a son of the late Capt Thos Peacock and a brother of Mrs John W Miller of this city He left Lancaster some years ago Many old friends and acquaintances regret to learn of his death A Bristol Tennessee paper gives a lengthy account of Thanksgiving ser vices held at Sullins School of which i I I I county- i Christian mountains I i j I I I Prof Patterson formerly of the La j ctiniur Gnulcd Sch l is pmsUlcii Miss Shumate rcsp ndcri to the toast Our Country and Miss Cora War of tins city Music The bill of male i was an elaborate one After a lingering illness Mrs Boyle Nichols died at her home in Danville Friday She was a daughter of Capt S D YanPclt who is well known to many Lancaster people Danville News Misses Mattie El kin of Lancaster and Lettie Brown of Lexington will arrive today to it Mrs John Baughman Misses Christine Duncan Bradley Carrie Curry of Lancaster and Francis Mor ris of Chattanooga compose a lovely i house party which is entertain ed by Mrs Robert Harding A box party was given in their honor last evening at the Watterson lecture Up in Richmond the other day a gentleman said to us Look here are you people going to keep our good friend Col Thus there in Lancaster We are all very fond of him and miss him very much lies one of us and we wish you would send him back We are glad to say Mr Anderson will spend the winter in Lancaster and we think as much of him down here as the Richmond peo ple do For the benefit of the many oxLan castcrians who are now figuring on coining Home next week we will again explain the train service You can leave Louisville 10th and Broad way at 855 a in come via Rowland old reach here at 210 p ni Or you can leave Louisville at 2 p in 1st st come via Lexington and Winchester and get here at S2G p in You can leave Cincinnati at 255 p m Itli St station and come straight through reaching Lancaster at S2 p in Of course you will not want to leave when you get here so we will not go into along that line We received letter from Mr T B Lung the other day in which ho says he and Mrs Long are delighted with their new location The hutch is a large one and crowded all the time Having been so gutsy cleaning up the house and putting it in superb condi tion they kept the Garrard they have not had time to form many new ac quaintances but adds Am sure it will never be like Lancaster in the social respect nor will any other places fur that matter No matter where we to or what we do we will always hold our Lancaster friends in the dearest memory and well we may as our very happiest moments were spent in Lan caster Mr W K Shugars of this city has formed a partnership with Mr A B Dinwiddie of Lincoln county and the two will open a large drug and grocery store at liiadfordsville Marion The location is in a splendid tuwn and their prospects are good great success Mr Shu been business in Lancaster most all his life and no young man stands higher with the people He is a splendid druggist of steady habits industrious and has all the qualitications for a good citizen THE UKCORD takes great pleasure in commending him to the people of Brad fordsville Mr Shugars and wife will leave about the first tak ing with them the best wishes of many Lancaster friends The following item was handed in by a friend of TIIIJ RKCOKIX Wednes day morning at nine oclock Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson and Mr Cortez Bergis were married at the home of the brides parents The parlor was beautifully decorated with holly and mistletoe Time attendants were Mary and Francis Tomlinson and Messrs Chas Robinson and Hugh Tomlinson The bride is a daughter of Mr Henry Tomlinson one of the most propminent and infulential men in Garrard She is a young lady of rare attainments and culture The groom is a prominent railroad man employed at Middlesboro After an extended trip thronght theSouth Mr and Mrs Bergis will be at home in MiddlesboroDanville Mr J T Eason of this city had a remarkable escape from death Tuesday night in the pas senger wreck Sunbright Tennessee lie is one of the maul clerks on the Cincinnati Southern and was in the mail car when the wreck occurred In the mail car were two other snail clerks One of them was killed in the smash up and the other was burned to death before he could be romoved from beneath the car where he had been caught It is thought that he was not severely injured by the wreck Mr Eason received a compound frac ture of the left leg besides a number of bruises and several gashes about the face and head Although his wounds are serious the physicians say he will recover without any bad effects He is one of the cleverest gentlemen on the road and his many friends will be pleased to learn that his wounds are not so serious as at that reported He was removed from the hospital at Somerset to his home here Tom Eason was born in Lancrs ter and lived here until a few years ago when he moved to Danville is the eldest son of the late Judge Walt Eason and has many friends in Lancaster It was reported that Lancaster mail clerk W G Smith was hurt in the wreck but it was another Smith and not clever Nep A great many of our people who dont care to cook a warm supper on Sunday nights go to rant and get oysters You can get them in any style with all the neces sary side dishes coffee etc I I I hill Anderson down fort ars has I e another Zimmers restau I I t via- details county hisses II HALF LION HALF TIGER A Curious Hyliri t G reait Animal Trainer Carl One of the most interesting features of the exhibition of trained animals at the zoo is the strangelooking beast which forms the center of all the pyra mids and positions into which the ani mals are formed on the stage and is accorded the place of honor on all This is nothing more than might be expected when it is known that this is the only hybrid of its kind in the world says the Cincinnati En quirer of recent date The father of this strange animal was a lion and the mother a tigress both of whom have been in the posses sion of Ilagenbeck from the time that they were cubs having been born in the Hamburg collection These two cubs the one a lion and the other a tiger were caged together from in fancy and were not allowed to even see other animals of either the lion or the tiger kind The hybrid now at the zoo partakes of time appearance and the character istics of both a lion and a tiger It has a lions mane and a tigers sharp ears while its face is more like a lion than it is like a tiger On its sides the heavy its body from the forelegs back is more like that of a tiger than of u lion In characteristics it is rather more than some lions and found to be more easily trained than many tigers It was found however to be somewhat whimsical under the trainers hands and for a long time it was feared that it was going to be a most treacherous beast Herr Boger however succeeded in bringing the anima around until it is now one of the brightest and most docile in the lot There are a great many people who j do not believe when first told that such a thing as a canes between a lion and a tiger is possible A single look however at the animal in the zoo will be convincing evidence thatsuch a step aside in nature is possible and in this case has been realized The valve of the cross is the better appreciated when it is known that it is the only one now living out of 11 that were born at different times This one has been exhibited in the group of which it is a member for a few j years Prince for that is his name is only five years old but he has attracted more attention than almost any animal that ever came into the world lie has been exhibited before the emperor of Germany the czar of Hussia the queen of England who was then the princess of Wales the king of Saxony and many other tentates and nobles of Europe llerr linger the trainer said while in England with the group was everywhere greeted with the greatest curiosity Herr Boger asked if he had ever been seen by the king of England Xo replied he While we were in England the king then the prince of Wales was not a spectator of the ex hibition the excuse being made that he was too busy Prince was a hard animal to train said l oger Sometimes I was afraid that he would never be brought to his right senses T kept at him going over his lessons carefully and repeatedly and finally he came around all right until now he is one of the best and easiest managed of all Mr ITagen beck thinks a great deal of this animal He has done a good deal of animal breeding and is prouder of this one than of anything else that he has When the animal was finally trained to do his part in the show Mr Hagen expressed great satisfaction He is a wonderful animal and no value could be placed on him when it comes to measuring his worth by money Just think of it An animal that is different from anything else in the whole world Neither a lion nor a tiger and yet like both You cant blame Hagenbock for him And Herr Boger reached through the bars of the cage and rubbed the shaggy mane and head of Prince as he lay stretched out on the floor WATCHING THE TIME Evcrytliiiis in Life Is Done with Our Eye Ijiun the Second Hand Time is apparently the essence of our modern civilization The watch lever moves the business of the world for we come and go open and close begin and stop according as the clock hands direct The minute appears to be the all important thing The shadow on the dial sunrise sun set early and late candlelight and all such measures of time have been long forgotten and we keep our eyes on the seconds Here in New York says the TIer aId of that city the best obtainable figures show that we have 796000 clocks and watches working to keep us up to time and the greatest effort is used to keep them on the tick of standard time as though a few sec onds more or less would disorganize society A person of full age with out a watch is a curiosity and chil dren carry timepieces about as soon as they know how to read their faces You can scarcely walk a block in the business section of the city with out having a great public clock star ing you in the face Quite a change from the days when one town clock kept time for the entire village and a greater change from the centuries when one sun served the peoples of the earth as a chronometer The drop of a ball loosened by an electric finger regulates our time pieces and from that start we regu late our own actions Our meals our working hours our time for amuse ment the changing of our clothing the starting and stopping of trains and other conveyances and nearly all the acts of our complicated lives are directly under the finger of time whose movements are carefully ob served on the dials of our clocks and watchesIf was made for slaves then we are all slaves but perhaps our obeisance is because we are follow ers of the faith that time is money Spoiling the Fun That little Buzzer girl is a regular simpletonWhat she done now Wily she told everybody at the ho ten that the is engaged Brooklyn Life i by the I hair is striped like that of a tiger and I certainlywas l I pOI wasS I I lJc Nearly r4 i tt Jftl reasrt Iingenbeck occasions gentle i other V T V Itlattr of Intcreot l TIio Ladles AVIio FlsJit The Hum Trufilc Dull Our meetings grow more interesting each week Saturday Mrs Elkin brought up some views taken from the mountain school at Ilindman The work is progressing nicely The of Kentucky are doing a grand work in sustaining that school Mrs 11 A Stone will lead the meeting next Saturday Subject Our Iced Setter DOS lu of Testing It is wonderful how much of our goodness is due to the lack of said a wise woman recently plant our little virtues in some warm soft soil some atmosphere of comfort where they are sheltered from storm and stress and they grow into hothouse luxurance and beauty We never doubt their vigor or until something deprives them of their shelter and leaves them where the blasts of trial beat upon them- I thought myself strong selfcontrolled woman just and tolerant toward others sweettemper ed and unselfish Oh no I never said se of course and that was the of my friends and I secretly ac cepted it There was little trouble in living up to it in the dear home of love and appreciation But when a sudden change came to my life when I was where halfveil distrust took the place of the old loyalty where petty jealousies and clashing interests made themselves felt and many things that had long been considered mine of right were called in question then ah welll 1 discovered that there was a deal of bitterness morbid weakness anger and selfishness in my composition I was weak in ways I had not deemed possible and scarcely less bitter that the change in outward circumstances was the revelation of myself Well spring A kidney or bladder trouble can be cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure in time C C J E Stormes The avalanche starts with a peb bleFoleys Honey and Tar positively cures nIl throat and lung diseases substitutes lm The greedy man always cheats Saved at Grave llrliik I know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S II of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst 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 are a positive cure Only at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos Paint Lick lm You cannot worship the Father while you are wounding the child Dont be imposed upon by taking substitutes offered for Foleys Honey and Tar lm Half a truth may he a whole lie Foils A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that good were unable to help her writes M M Austin of Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings Life Pills They work wonders in stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation sick headache 25C at R E McRobens Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick lm When a father is too tender his sons usually balance things Strength in prayer cannot be by length 1avorlte Family Ilemcfly 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 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts lm It is vain hope that the chains of habit will rust oft Coughing Spell Caused Death Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday 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 lit of coughing which continued for 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 1601 Ballards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts lm To be at best tomorrow we must be at our best today The Pride Of heroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and StilT 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 Lancaster Lodge No 104 1 noblewomen the Tiute temptation We genuineness a reasonable estimate atmosphere tender always I Refuse himself Waterbrash guaranteed rOc New measured morning focationSt ou New oma forms drugstore physicians C C FAMStated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights M embers of ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Landram Secretary Master is Louis COME SEE OUR XMAS GOODS Sterling Silver 1847 Roger Bros Knives Forks and Spoons CUT GLASS MARBLE STATUARY DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY and great varieties of IMPORTED VASES in Tepiitz Royal Sax Royal Bond and many new pieces in China SOUVENIR PLATES ETC THOMPSON The Jeweler What makes a nicer and more lasting present than a PHOTO of yourself or baby Ve will have SPECIAL DESIGNS for the Holidays at our Studio and would like for you to call and see them If you are contemplating having work for CHRISTMAS ccme at once as the weather will likely be dark and cloudy later and it will retard the finishing We make every style known to the art and GUARANTEE PER FECT WORKMANSHIP and LIKENESS OPEN EVERY FRIDAY The Fox Studio Public Square Lancaster rCy r P1ESElTS L 3 r r r TilE FOIt JANUARY Among the noticeable features of The Delineator for January is its tine first of series that will continue through he year The scope of the ma r uus been widened aiu mv and valuable material has been introduced into all the departments Clart E Laughlin begins a series of papers entitled Miladi in which she considers the problems and prerogatives of woman hood Cyrus Townsend Brady is re presented by one of his famous bishop stories Interest is hightened in Mrs Barrs powerful love story Thyra Var rick and the novel develops along dramatic lines In homes of the Past and Present Ella Butler Evans inter estingly describes two famous colonial houses Meadow Garden Vert John D Barry writes on the Stage as a Career for Women and the article is strikingly illustrated Mr Frank French gives the second and last part of his entertaining Reminis cences of Xew England Life Track Atheletics for Women by Christine Terhune Herrick presents some novel features of sports in which women are interested Mrs Theodore W Birney discusses Childhood a subject which she is eminently fitted to write The fashions ate presented in their usual attractive and timely form and the holiday display in the shops is illustrated and discribed The Hair Its Care and Dressing should claim the attention of women For the children there appears the first of the What Happened Then Stories by Grace MacGowan Cooke and the usual pastimes a natural his tory sketch etc The pages of illus trated cookery portray a decided in a Chinese dinner Mrs Mar garet Hall begins in this number a series of Practical Talks to Young Housekeepers and the Departments preserve their usual degree of interest and excellence 2t ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining Lancaster Post ollice unclaimed week ending Dec 12th 1902 Hallie Anderson Hittie Gear Jerry Gardener Mr and Mrs Thomas Hay Mrs Sarah Bernue If called for advertisedWm M Iniquity is the first cause of Better Than Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is better than a plaster for a 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 byall druggists Dont say Rubber to the truth every time it stretches Humility is one of the gates of heaven He Found A Cure R H Foster 318 S 2nd Street Salt Lake City writes I have been both ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many doctors without relief but I have found a cure in Herbine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that and it is curing them too 50c at R E McRoberts 1m The love of God is the light of man A Timely Topic At this season of coughs and colds it is well to know that Foleys Honey and Tar is the greatest throat and lung remedy It cures quickly and prevents serious results from a cold J E Stcrmes lm DELI ITOU coverthe and Chateaule concerning I novelty infirmity rheumatic lee a generally Weber Farm Wagons Best On Earth Sold and Warranted by Gaines Brothers W S BEAZUEY Capitaland site Presbyterian church Danville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages R AetnaQueen Palatine t NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Grape ORCHARD LAWN and GAR DEN We employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on Application BOTH PHONES H KINNAIRDINSURANCE ReDresentin Followin COInDanies Aelna Life Ins Co gf HartfontCou AsparagusShrubs SONLexington DENTISTOffice over Dr Kinnalrda oppo IJOOERS STAINFLOOR FINISHB rmW l N Shellac NeoUl No WaxApplied Prfe hard over night Hardwoods Perfectly I Iample of wood l vita Rogers StaMeer Ftebb Frisbies Drug Store loon MOlle rat EMit and Mates tin e l I H General News Notes Most Important Events ol the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Fines and forfeitures of enlisted men in the army during the last jear of the canteen amounted to 408698 while during the year the canteen has been prohibited the fines aggregated 8652125 Fourteen guests at a Chicago hotel were suffocated by the smoke from a small fire in the building The small ness of the rooms and the rickety con dition of walls and floors are held res ponsible for the accumulation of smoke and the consequent loss of life Gov Beckham has declined to call an extra session of the Legislature to deal with the warehouse situation in Louisville The Governor has sugges ted to representatives of the Home Warehouse Company that they take legal steps against the alleged combine and plans to that end are now under considerationThe the case of Earl charged with the murder of A B Chinn returned a verdict of guilty at Lexington and fixed the punishment of the prisoner at death The broke down and cried when the ver dict was returned The crowd in the court room applauded the verdict The trial of Claud OBryan the other boy connected with the crime prisoner r l lJ uJjUI Whitney coniaoioas Blood PoisonI Women are strong women and womans strength is only another term for womanly health If women did but understand the intimate relation between the gen eral health and the health they would understand that nothing will restore the color to the cheek the lustre to the eye the plumpness to the body until the womanly disease is cured Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflamma mation and ulceration female weakness It makes the body plump and the skin clear the family for I was nervous cross and I not sleep writes Mrs Cordelia uterine trouble I was in bed for months I did get I was a sight to behold I looked like a corpse walk ing about I commenced to take Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Golden Medical and Pellets and ever since then I have been a well woman I have suffered all a woman at my monthly period until I the use of Dr going cheeks are red and my Dr Pierce Common Sense Med foal Advisor in paper covers IB mrnnt FREE on receipt of 21 one cent mtmmoa to pay expense of milling ONLY Address Of O V Pierce Buffalo H Y STAYfELY I localwomanly andcures mylife I KyTheandwhen I couldsuffer painThe yellow was immediately commenced and lie was also given the death penalty The cases will be taken to the court of ap peals so it will probably be some months before the criminals will feel the halter draw While C B Vineyard was engaged in feeding a large number of hogs on the Bonta Bros farm near Burgin he was attaced in a vicious manner by a large hog and would have lost his life had neighbors who heard his calls for help been a few moments in coming to his rescue One of Vineyards hands was almost torn oil and he was badly bit ten in many places lIe is in a criti cal condition The Court of Appeals reversed the judgment for the second time last Wednesday against Caleb Powers for complicity in the Goebel murder case Milk powder is the latest It is made by eliminating all the wa ter in milk and reducing the other to a dry powder by the crap oration process of an apparatus now made for that purpose The milk powder is readily preserved for use and it is as fine as flour When want ed for use is heated with water to a temperature of CO or 70 degrees C which exceeds the melting tempera ture of butter fat The apparatus is easily manipulated and is capable of treating 2000 gallons of milk per day A sample of the powder obtained from skimmed milk it is said was found to contain 30 per cent albuminous mat ter 40 per cent lactic sugar 1 percent fat 30 per cent ic unskimmed 7 per cent salts and 6 per cent moisture discovery elements Is the name sometimes given to what is generally known as the BAD DIS EASE It is not confined to dens of vice or the lower classes The purest and best people are sometimes infected with this awful malady through handling the clothing drinking from the same vessels using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons who have contracted it It begins usually with a little blister or sore then swelling in the a red eruption breaks out on the body sores and ulcers appear in the mouth the throat becomes ulcerated the hair eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated copper colored splotches and pustular eruptions and sores appear upon different parts of groins Ten years ago I contracted a bad case ofBlood Poison Iwas under treatment of a physician until I found that he could do me no good Then began S S I commenced to improve at once and in a very short time all evidence of the disease disappeared I took six and today am sound and well It M Wall Morristown Tenn takings bottles the body and the poison even destroys the bones S S S is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even the worst forms It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes I in Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon your children for it can be transmitted from parent to child S S S contains no mercury or potash the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system out is guaranteed strictly vegetable compound O Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison If you want medical advice give us a history of your case and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA 1 Of Course You Want The Best To the Latest Creations and Swellest styles in I MILLINERY m Call on us Our stock was carefully B selected is very pretty the styles corp rect and prices right No old goods on hand I SALLIE D TILLETT SEED 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 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 8 8 hEMPFOR SALE LOLghr3dge I jlJ jj 4 w f Lt For the Farmer S and Hoissewifel Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The big milker is usually a sensitive high strung piece of machinery If she kicks donL meet it with blows unless you wish to spoil her Six eight and ten cents seems to be the top prices for tobacco so far in this county Considerable has been delivered in this city mostly the of the Continental whose local buyer Edward Bair is bying exten sively Cynthiana Times The hen is not the only one that fooled Inside of a sixfoot that was cut open in Laurel a china nest egg was found It is sup posed that the snake was suffering from a severe attack of indigestion when it was killed Get your tobacco stripped sold and dejivered as soon as possible and get the use of the barn for stock and im plements for toe winter No good in holding back the early bird generally gets the worm in farming as well as other matters We understand turkeys have been selling this week as high as 10 cents a pound on foot One man got a check for S40 for thirty turkeys and others about as good It certainly pays to raise them at that price Flemings burg TimesDemocrat Hunt up all the horse blankets if you do not think they will be these cold evenings or morn ings try sleeping without any cover Among the many things to be thank for is the cooler weather It has been so warm that the buds on peach cherry and other fruits trees were swelling and in a few days more of such temperature would have burst openLarge sales of sheep in Colorado A NewMexican man has bought two car loads of rams for 750 per head A state sheepman has secured 7500 picked ewes for his ranch at Kuhns Crossing Peter Jansen of Nebraska said to be the largest sheep feeder in the United States is up COOOO sheep for feeding on his ranch at Jansen Several car loads of cattle from attracted much attention at the Chicago yards last week They were of the razorback kind nfl horns and head yellow and brindle in cOlor and as wild as a deer A threeyearold would weigh less than a high grade domestic steer at 15 months Owing to short pasture last spring these and hundreds of others were over to Grand Valley O T and herded there the past summer Barley when grown and mixed with bran in the proportion of two pounds of bran to one of barley says Hoards Dairyman makes one of the finest dairy feeds known and at the prices each bear in the market barley is con siderably cheaper than oats Consid ered from the farm standpoint it is much less exhausting on the soil and is much safer than oats to seed grass clover and alfalfa with as a crop Thos Prather of Fayette county sold in Louisvile the past week a crop of six hogsheads of tobacco at 750 840 S1000 81225 and S1000 an average of S1210 1900 is the price of the season Mr Prather says he has examined several crops in that county that will comprre with this 0 W Clapp in his Weekly Market Letter Chicago Nov 22 urges his customers to buy weeat now saying that every prediction made on this crop thus far has been confirmed I believe dollar wheat will be He does not say when he thinks it will be but probably lIe would put the date in April or May lie says further by way of explanation The conviction is growing that the worlds wheat crop has been overestimated demand and consumptioh underestimated that the advance will be similar to that recorded in all eatables and gen eral business and adds I believe the advance in wheat so far is in its infancy If the lly has been at work in all our wheat growing sections as it has been in some of our southern there will be a great shortage in the next crop which will increase the price of the present crop very considerably next May or sooner The September report of the of Agriculture made the av erage condition of the corn crop 843 and the October report reduced the average to 79 G which we considered inconsistent in the light of conditions reflected in correspondence of this pa per The November report issued this week supports the position held by the Price Current making the yield appear to average 26 S bushels per acue which is the equivalent of 86 per cent of to approximately 2550000000 bushels as compared with about 2350000000 as the interpretation placed on the data a month ago This ap pears to confirm the surmise we offer ed that the Department correspond ents tosome extent were in confusion with reference to promise of yield by applying the low condition in quality which in many cases was below that of relative quantity Price Current I have a nice assortment of jardl 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 When a father is too tender his sons usually balance things T 1 r trader I I Tr T O purchases i usually appreciated actually new looking cattle driven 1500 record already Indianacounties perhaps Department conditionpointing Department IJ 4i I blacksnake fLu Mexico = He Filially Tumbled They sat on the sofa he and she dreaming the hours away in a happy npmier peculiar to lovers Finally he whispered in her ear You are like a rieach The inaiiie hung her for a few minutes while a warm blush spread over her fair blonde face Id rather be a pair she answered tremulouslyA ensued then like a beautiful dream the situation unfold ed itself tx the young man and the banns are now up London Answers A Go or A winters night a tine oak fire A temptirsr table set A fidilte sweet Anti lancing1 feet And lifes worth living Atlanta Constitution JIOJIE Old JESS s tIIliIt PIcture yet head ileinurely Lady I wish you were my boy I think theres a lot in you Kid Yesm I just ate four big pies two cakes an er whole chicken X Y Journal Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of West Point la Lit 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 ho began to use Dr for Consumption and writes it cum pletely cured me and saved my life 1 now weigh 227 lbs Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds troubles Price and 6100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts and Fish Gos drug store Paint Lick 1m The flames of lust quenches the light of life Him to Irevent 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 clay 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 huarse 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 can always be upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists Sense and sanctity are not anto nymsCut this out and take to your drug gist and get a free sample of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and in vigorate the stomach improve tIme and regulate the bowels Regu lar size 25c per box 1m Profanity is often a species of insan ity llalliirds Iloreliounil Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and dillicult breathing Theory C Stearns DruggistjShullsburg Wisconsin writes May 20 1101 1 loire 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 II E McRoberts 1m A M BOURNE lilliul Yoke Kin s ew Discocry peculiar Chamberlains depended appetite p A a mmd Lung SOc Lancaster AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CEXTUAL RKCOUD oilice or address me at Lancaster 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 Shop in Kentncly 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 Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat G AUKAIIU CISCUIT Cotrirr Thomas La son Admr fee Pfiffsi- V3 m LuwtU c itSBy virtue of ajmigtucnt of the Gar r rd Circuit Court refKterect its November term 1DU2 in the nbuve Lyled CJISP I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 22nd before the C n rl House in Ljuitaster Ky sell to the highest and bidder the descritied property in Uarrard county Kentucky which is described as hollows Heiii lining at a stake on the sifte of i turnpike rf d IcuHtu from Lancrts ter tu Fall Lick corner to W A li az Icy thence lieaxieys line a West j course to the old dirt Toad tending from Preachersville to Paint Lick theme with James Bells line and the old rorid to Perkins corner thenca with Breedhtves line und center of turnpike road there down the same on the West side fifteen feet from the center thence to the beginning con taining sixty acrfjs more or less TERMS Time sale will be made on a credit of G and 12 mouths bonds with se curity will he required of tIM purchas er for the purchase money payable to the undersigned leaning 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds lIe not paid at maturity will e retained on the property sold until time purchase money is paid JNO W MILLER Master Coinr iJarrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale oi Corn Hemp Seed and Tobacco GAKUAKU CIUCVITCOVKT F Burke Sou 1itffs VS E K Moore c Dfts By virtue of a judgement of Gar Circuit Court rendered ut its November term 1 02 in the above styled case J will un MONDAY DECEMBER 22nd 1102 publicly before the court house door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder tile following described property inCarrurd county Ky towit The onehalf undivided interest in about 20 acres of crn also undivided interest in about f acres of tobacco also the onehalf undivided interest in about of hemp seed This sale is made to satisfy a lien kIlt the amount of said debt beinir the sum of four Hundred said eleven dollars and 2 cants 41125 with percent interest from the 27th day of December JHl until paid together with the costs herein expended The tract of hnd upon this crop is situated lies in Garrard county Ky and adjoins the lands of J B Leaveil and contains i acres TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of months bond with good se will be required of the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned tearing per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if Iximl is nut paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is paid TOnS W tILLER Master Coinr and Receiver of the Garrard Circuit Court PUBLIC SALE STOCK CROPS ETC Having dorided to change my phut of butii ss I will offer WURSDA DEC IStlI 1902 the describe property at ptiMii auction on the J A Voa ier farm t we t of Lancaster on the Lexington pike awl 1 mile from Marksbnry Twenty head good yearling steers 2 extra good TiyearoKl work mules I yearling mule I vehicle family m re 1 STearolii gelding s good brood siws 32 suosts hay a lot of corn in crib about SOO shocks of fodder and 1 buggy and harness A lot of farming imple ments comparatively new consisting of 1 Champion Kinder 1 Champion Mower 1 disc Drill 1 Tiger di c Harrow 1 Polo dexter smoothing Harrow 1 Holler 1 Tiger 1 McConaick hay lake 1 Capital Wagon 1 iarden Cultivator J Steel Beam Oliver lulled turning plows double shoves etc Also some household and kitchen furni tore and numerous other citings- TK11MS Sums of 10 and under cash ove that amount a good unto payable in G mouths from lute of stile at 0 per cent interest and payable at bank Sale begins at 10 oclock FRED YEAGER FA KM FOK SALK At the same timeaud place the farm contair ing 10 acres will be sold It is one of the lest arranged and most fertile farms of No 1 land in Central Kentucky It is bounded with four straight lines fields are nicely laid off no crooked lines on the place Four never fail ing springs one well two cisterns one pond ad cue pool 10 acres of wheat 50 acres to go in hemp 4j acres for corn nUll the remainder in grass A No 1 twostory house and all the necessary ontbnildings One good tobacco barn and one stock barn The place is located six miles north of Lancaster nine miles east of Danville and live miles south of Hickman on the Lancaster and Nieholasville road Con venient to churches and schools Those wish hug to examine will call on Fred Yeagei on the place or address J A YEUiEIE- 121Jlt Danville Ky EY USING ilr Kings New ruK- Consumption and rOM By Hi21 Thvoaf A TJmiirV a fiiVr1 This wonderful meaicine positive ures Consumption Coach Coloc Brcnchts Asthma Pneumonia Ha FeverPieurisy LGrippc Hoarseness Sore Throat Group and Whooping Cough ESC Gil WOiPAY Prico 50c SI Trial Bottle Pre Election Notice There will bean election lucid by the of the National IJank of Lancaster Ky at bank building between the hours of 10 n m and J p m on Tuesday January 13 190 to elect live directors to serve Dec 2 1JO S C DENNY Cashier Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Hank of Lancaster Ky at the bank on Tuesday January loth j 190i from ten am to two p m for the of electing live directors to serve the year Dec thud 1102 li F HUDSON Cashier COPtmbrJOJl6l of Lwd I I at I 1 door best I I wIth I I good Alien the rand the une h11r llIi ty Ill for sltOIl follow 1J mil Superior BAVtiD nitf InsThan All l- JtUlg billed s it thecusuiig purpose t- t 1 J A Sala IbO publicly following 0 acres t some negotiable ftflOflI uvs ii rAry stockholders year ensuing tKarm m u u mf gy y are more We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to nake ycur home than The or SOUTHWEST LOW ROUND TRIP HOFViESEEKERS OR ONE WAY SETTLERS RATES ARE STILL OFFERED JY TIIIv TIle Worlds Fair Line Tfckets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and incliuiiiig April 2ist 1903 Asic TJs GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLLE ET h IQfo VOUf n1 placeIat r YJEST I I louisvill8 H80d3180n Stlouis Ry For Rates iIo R Si 4fh J 7Jt 1 eu EiTtxi FGE That SmoothFinish much desired bjr nil men for their collars is given at this Laundry Ifyou want evidence seed ws a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky So t J rSJ L pr JI i1 lI F l DTE 1 rJ 1Fat2eWCN 3xHxSss Sx4 LEWIS Y LKAVKLL J ROBBERY President Vice Pre I ORGANIZED 1883 I I Tk NATIONAL BANK A Of LANCASTER 5Ti CAPITAL 56000 SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cushier f W O RIO XY Asst Casbr a D WAUCKR Bookkeeper vi Business Solicited Prompt and Gapefnl Attention I DIRECTORS T Lewis Y LeaTell J S Robinson B F Hmrson 1 i T J Walker T M Arnold lie NationalOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DUXXY President Jolly g STOKilES Prest S C OEAVY Cashier 0 J r Robinson Asst Gislir II T Einbry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W If Kinuuird 0t W S f 1 t 4 i 7 X K r 00 O 000 0000 0000 00 00 I93 2 oT 0 0 o 0 i 2 o s c 2 g Vice 2 10 O 0- O 000 000000 00 000 O GffiZHN i4ise Bank i 2 nu pakl iaimn 1to7ft i iIL J1I oill tn KoJl lOJOvM o o IC s No1 5 r I Time itt i6 ehfcct Nov For Kiehinnml Winchester Lexing ton Kraukfort Luiiiivillu Cynthia lilt 1arH Carlisle Muysvillo Cov Ciiuiiumti etc r l III toll r For Stanford Junction City Ielm non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cur bin Mifldlesboro nun ctI For Kicluuoiut uud intunuediate sta tiousI I For Stanford ami waystatious t I Trains run dailv except Sunday Above is IKAVINK time Tsos 11 at all when hogged Queen Crescent Time Card TKAIN9 AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number 1 daily no stop ll45nmNumber 3Mcinit On Flasr llsJJpm Numbers Daily Number 0 Dolly except Sunday 755 pm NORTH BOUND Number 2 stops when linked 115 pm Number 4 Putty Does Not Stop Number Daily Stop l30pm Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 nm Number 4 floes not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 51 uui 10 nUtI stations 11 07 nm 5101 r The Markets CATTLE Cooke to shipping te r 4rj B e Cboif bat hr I M r lium ro Otxl butcher 7 moa to nxttiian butchers Good to eboiee feeder i Common to nrelte textd to extn stock t iiCommoa to medium stock Mitr food to choice stork heifer Com mow to M U m stork Plain light nixed tock rr 2 M linin to good ball Choice ve l eiIte CouiuoB to mettttiM cIv i Q- KOtiS Choice packing and batchers lls Mei inm porker 16 to 3 Htt Choice light ship rj to 1 Choice i iips 30 to 12 1U owi Koagtw IM to Itw SHEEP ANt LAMBS F ir lojool 3 N 371- Coaimott to melln T 199 S il Bucks 1 Kxtrah i iB4 laajw 15 4 T- iBst Ixitchtr lambs 4 41 Common call nd Limbs 3 54 S T l I lAM un JtT JtJ- r Ilit1a to shupiug I t heir t iI toW I S I II iuod to loeep roiiit 11 z t prime yeast steers 7 steers S S lbs a pigs lOb iI11j4 a eztrs ship4uog constipation by agitating the cure Ii bowels regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute their natural functions i Sul Unnat ural agitation caused cathrtics compels continual and increasing dosss to ffattain results tne liver acts on the liver cures Chills end Fever and form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PSR BOTTL bu- R b AftSI t e rf fi i IH q j- r i J r L r 1 1ctisiil1iVa every rZ4 b = =Trains Leave Lancaster You Are Going Nortn If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC LSUISVILIC NASHVILLE R The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates If ml 0 1 R AND 80 S a