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THUtTEEXTIl TJBAJt LANCASTER KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 16 1902 XVMMMK 38 J 1flCi 0 N RECORDJ A IiI i J EL 1iL t i tAT rEJU f t f CHRISTMAS ffBrass Fire Sets I Wrought f Sets Coal Vaces If t Coffee Pots i Ladles 1 Chafln Dishes Serving Dishes i- tJ Pocket Knives Scissors I Razors J t Guns Carving Knives and a handsome line of I Silver Pearl Celluloid and Ebony Handled i anti Forks r J R Ha ld ll r E PRESENTS1 t Iron Fire f Nickel I Knives 1 1 1 If You Mean EBUIN Sec These 1cople nEIU a rdo you love Joe best Mabel Because anxiously Because what Mabel liecause he hires Wards rub her tire buggies 121211 Fur A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson at National Bank We will exchange coal for good corn at SI 75 per bbl Williams Coal Yard Blue grass seed for sale II A B Marksbury Son Full line fancy China and Cutglass just arrived at Thompsons I have for ale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed J25tf T F Robinson Come see the handsome line of win ter hosiery and shoes at J Josephs We have the most beautiful line of nice stationery we have shown and will appreciate your patronage 12Jtf Frisbies Drug Store Come and pick out present and let us lay it away for you 124tf FrisbiesvJrug Store Handsome line of furniture at II 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 Drug Store 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 variety of goods to select from at Frisbies Drug Store 124tf We have the largest line of mechani cal toys ever shown iiv Lancaster Frisbies Drug Store Dont put oil buying your Christinas presents until the last minute but once to Frisbies drug store where you will get morefor your money than any place in town 124tf You will find presents suitable for everybody at Frisbies drug store and cheaper than anywhere else 124tf Bv A Stone will save you money on all kinds of furniture Frisbies is the place to buy your holiday gopds 124tf A cloak or wrap is an Christmas gift See J Josepltfabout this J CharleyWhy I Charley j I tent I n ltr ocr a t 1 Itf C your large goat drugstore Ladies Hisses and Cliildrcns I CLOAKS I AND We will close out balance of our Cloaks Furs and Skirts At Greatly Reduced Prices We have too many and they must go J Special values in Childrens Cloaks at f gScts 6148 198 Special values in Ladies Cloaks at T 398 X We are also running a cutprice sale in our X MILLINERY department Now is the time to get a bargain j i77 jfP7i ySy 7IZ ri 7fIvr 0 IVSlI fYJ 4J YfJflj jffiJffi fJWljffjJfiJJ r lCffJlljfjjjfjJiClFfiiJflllljfffjfjffEfi Ife W SJ CUT PHICEI J fiLE I I1 a i Id I 7a i Ladi sWalkin Skirt I IT i I I m r o and 6 89 Io i w l r V IrHtQi Ss- u f l Q o oLOGAN oo re u rt f DRY GOODS COMPANY 0o 1ffJ0I IeJliJ11 X rJfJllJ o ooocxaxooooo000op Items of local Interest Two Tii YlVelf As our foreman Shelby Tribble week off the cub Master Lenny Miller wants to take and your humble servant the editor has to overhaul the presses straighten out the books and attend to some tenthousand other little V matters next years work we will send out two issues this week and none next The two papers are printed in order to complete the volume and give you full worth of your years subscription Tile next issue will be sent out Friday of this week and then we will print no more until Jan 2nd next year We dislike to miss an entire week but as we do all the repair work ourself it is abso lutely necessary to adopt the above plan Its no nice job to take a print ing press to pieces but for several years we have given our four presses a complete going over and renovating every Christmas week Every cog and bolt is washed in benzine and if worn is replaced with a new one This may seem foolish to some people but the fact that every piece of machinery in TIIK RECOIJD oilice is just as good as the day v got it goes to prove our contention that for firstclass work material and equipment must be Kept clean A A 5 The Stanford Journal has the fastest lady typesetter in the state but TIlE RKCOUD still holds the lead among the male compositors the faithful Capt White sticking his three columns a day One great advantage we have over tier Walton Is that we can cuss before male hands while he has to go to the woodshed to to his feelings Getting Cv A Shov A number of local lads are at work on a minstrel show which they pro pose to rive during the holidays It will he known as the Billy West Min strels As most all the members of the old brass band are in the show they will reorganize and play for street parade etc The boys say they will give a show hot enough to meltastep mothers heart Danville Advocate Col TPChinn its bought a large tract of land in Kentucky river cliffs from William Condor One of the stipulations of the purchase is that Condor who is an old fox hunter shall remain on the land and raise red foxes and hounds for which the Colonel is to compensate him liberally As a starter for the breeding establishment Colonel Chinn drove to Garrard county Saturday and offered Steve Walker 500 fur a pair of dogs but Walker turned the ollVr down saying j000 would nut touch them The Colonel has one that he refused for and she will he put on the Condor farm Colonel Chinn handled 5fJO worth of fox hounds last year and says there is more money in canines than there is in shorthorns Iiitcro tli Old I ook The other day a friend gave us an old book which is quite interesting to nativeborn Lancaster people and especially so to the older citizens It contains time constitution bylaws minutes etc of the Lancaster Lyceum organized Nov 1853 The charter members areas follows Lewis Landrani II P Thompson William Hatch J T McQuerry Geo F Bur dett II Allen Salter Jas A Ander son W W Wherritt Sam F McKee W E Mallory A R Denny Edward Cooke I Setters Jas Robinson John Yantis 1 M Bryant S Sandi fer Alex Lusk J Burdett W J Lan dram W II Thompson O F Tillctt The minutes show that some deep questions were discussed and much interest taken in the Only A Short Time Unless the City Council places a lamp near the depot its only a matter of short time until the town will have to puy another big judgement for damages like it did when the hotel cellar was left open Its well enough to look into these matters and pre vent trouble The dangerous place at the depot is not on the companys side but on the street next to town Theres a large excavation alongside the walk which has no guard and which is deep enough to break a leg should a man step off the walk there An arc light in front of the mill gate would not cost much and it would be folly to put an incandescent there as the latter is about as much One On Sweeney Last court day the Hon Con Bell of Mercer drove into Jesse Sweeneys livery stable and ordered a box stall for his horses Thestable was crowded and as usual on court days no stall could be had Jesse came in clothed in his working clothes and told Mr Bell he would remove a horse from a certain stall and let Mr Bs horse have it Nothing more was thought of the matter so that night when Mr B came to settle his bill who was dressed in his Sunday clothes receiving pay Here said Mr Bell pitching an extra quarter to Jim Give that to that boy of yours who got me the box stall When Sweeney returned Mr Bell had gone so Jess had to keep the quarter u J P wants l1et Christmas pertai slug to lug d van fnI ill Itnlsc Foxes 50 I N society around- it benefit as a lightnlllg Jim Pearce tile T hers j give vent a- very bug = I have returned home and am pre pared to do all kinds of dress making at reasonable prices Will bo glad to wait upon my friends Miss Julia Reid tf Fivd Frisbie the druggist has the room occupied by Ward Sympson old will move his goods Shout the first The room is being fitted up and will be putin shipshape Storm doors placed at entrance to the court house would not cost the much and would make the building much more comfortable It would also save the officers much fuel Old Crimp is here in full force now If you want to do a good turn pay your subscription and enable the four men working on THE UKCOUD to buy new winter patches for their old Kiiuw Viiore to Strike Time Presbyterian church at Nicho lasville caught lire last week but damage was done The flames seemed to know which church had the least water around Have Tr bleu Editor Tinny McCarty of the Xich olasville Journal must have empty his pockets before going home Listen to what he says Dont put too much sweet stuff on paper If you do you will hear it in after years when your wife has some purpose in inflicting upon you the severest pun ishment known to a married man Iay for SoUlI r One of the Paymasters will be here Saturday the 20th to pay the members- of Co L of the Second Kentucky who enlisted for the Spanish war Those haYing friends ho were in the company should notify them to be on hand at that time The nearest relatives of soldiers dead or missing can draw this money by making alii davit before the proper officer of the fact This distribution will be held in the county court 10 oclock Hotel Change at Iutiit Lick Mr Ike Arnold has rented of John Silerthe Venuulallotel at PaintLick He also gets the livery stable and will take charge of both the 1st Mr Ar nold is one of Garnirds most and popular men and will run the business in the best possible man ner He has advertised a sale of his personal property for Tuesday the Oth at which time a lot of splendid farming utensils and other articles will be sold See ad in this issue IV ell Ve Not Tsichohisville News IXow is the time for the Lancaster people to get a move on themselves to secure an ex tension of the interurban road from Nicholasville to Lancaster Lancas ter is in the center of a net work of steam railroads with but limited ser vice from said roads and if she over expects to assume a place among the surrounding counties now is the time to act Look at the North Middle town people They have gone to work with a zeal that will insure them the interurban road It is a settled fact that the proposed extension of the Louisville Southern will start from llarrodsburg and go to Dauuille conse quently Garrard should direct that the money subscribed to extend said roads from Burgin to Lancaster be to the interurban road from Lexington to Lancaster Gen Collier Mt Sterling Gazette Monday the President appointed Gen Dan R Col lier of Lancaster Pension Agent for the District of Kentucky to succeed Leslie Combs appointed Minister to Guatemala Gen Collier had practi cally no opposition for the office and was endorsed by nearly all of the lead ing Republicans of the State The appointment of Gen Collier will re sult in better feeling among the Ken tucky Republicans It is a of Gov Bradley who is known to be Colliers staunch friend and backer and will satisfy the old soldiers who believe that this office should be filled by one of their old comrades and who have never been satisfied with the se lection of Mr Combs solely on account of the fact that he was not a soldier A further recognition of Gov Bradley and his friends would go a long ways toward placing the party in Kentucky where it was in 1895 To any Friends I take this method of extending my most sincere thanks to my good news paper friends Eddie Walton of the Stanford Journal Ceph Campbell of the Somerset Journal and Capt Lil lard of the Danville sews for their kindness in keeping my name on their list Having been connected with newspapers for seventy years and watched the progress of timings in gen eral have come to the conclusion that if a man wants the truth he must go to the country papers to find it In this day of rascality every fellow for himself and the devil take the hind most you can believe but little you see in the great dailies so for good wholesome reading free from the dirty politics and moneydevil schemes of the day I advise the peo pie to subscribe for and read the coun try papers Thanking again and with best wishes for your continued pros perity and happiness 1 beg to remain your friend Franklin J White EEC ORD office Lancaster county trousers Must forgotten- to Lancaster roomat Guess II recognition Newspaper I secured C little industrious diverted Dr Beazley will move to rooms over Thompsons jewelry store on the first The chain gang scraped up a lot of mud from the PublicSquare last week but the streets are still quite dirty Grinding in the police court has been quite slow for a few weeksJudge Shugars soaks em with a heavy tine and evil doers are afraid ofhim The Louisville Times and Post now reach Lancaster at 820 p m only a few hours after they are printed This sa big improvement over the old way of getting them the next morning publication Two Candidates In Lincoln Hon M F North who represented Lincoln couunty in the last Legisla ture has announced for reelection Terse M Alverson of the Interior Journal will also be a candidate for Representative A Dad niuiidcr Each week THE RECORD gives place to whatever announcements the local W C T U may see proper to send in Last issue the festive compositor got in his work and made an inexcus able but very amusing error The copy stated that a certain lady would read a paper on Our Red Letter Days The printer thought dilierently and it ran in the paper Our Red Setter Dogs The entire RECOUD force has since lived in fear and and every fellow is wearing a coat of mail Another One on Our Train Going up to Richmond the other we were compelled to listen to a number of Smart Alecks get off funny things about the local train One fellow did get off a good one on Capt Price however When he handed over his ticket he asked Phil how long it was good for Thirty days replied the clever puncher Well said the fellow I am demmed glad to hear its good thirty days as the timelimit will probably not run out before we get to Richmond Honor For Noble Veterans Two of Garrards most prominent citizens and gallant Confederate Joe II Arnold and Duncan Good Ice have been honored by Gen Young CommanderInCnief of the Ky Dept Confederate Veterans Mr Arnold was asked to serve as assistant Inspector General and Mr Goodloe in the Quartermasters Department both to have the rank of Major The gen tlemen have accepted and Gen Young will never regret his selection for two more gallant soldiers never shouldered a musket trembling afternoon jerkwater ticket soldiers BennetI- T after however Miss Katharine Egsleiton By far the most delightful number on the local lyceum course was the ap pearance of in When Knighthood Was in Flower This monologue is a rarely wellarrang ed and consistent resume of the novel and even if a listener had never heard of the famous book he would be thor oughly and entirely in possession of its story after listening to stons version This recital has all the variety of a programme of differ ent selections but adds also the unity and accumulative interest of a contin uous story Katharine Eggleston does on the plattorm what Julia Marlowe did on the imper sonates the wilful beautiful womanly Mary Tudor so clearly that she seems a recmcarnation of King Henrys sis ter herself The story moves steadily along growing with increasing inter est up to Marys plea for her lovers life into which Miss Eggleston puts such dramatic intensity blended with the most perfect naturalness that the audience shares the anxiety of Mary and her relief when Henry decides to spare Brandons life Miss Eggleston seems to realize fully thpt the highest art is the nearest nature and her ren dition exemplifies her belief Marys flashes of wit whirlwinds of temper irresistably charm ing methods of coax ing her brother the King into she wishes her physical vigor and her thorough womanliness are all portrayed and the whole recital is as vivid and picturesque as art and intellect combined can make it The other characters are made in the monologue what they are in the book setting and background for Mary herself The recital as a whole is alive with the bouyancy of youth and health the charm of a cultivated voice and physique used in the interpretation of humor of pathos and of tragedy and is distinguished by a finish and smoothness which betrays careful construction earnest and sym pathetic study and a real enjoyment of the work We understand the promoters of the course have only one more number which will be duly m munced through these columns i e people certainly should appreciate the efforts of those in charge of these entertainments as few country towns get the benefit of hearing such highclass artists as have been brought here this season Wall Street Arithmetic 10 mills make on trust 10 trust make one combine 10 combines make one merger 10 mergers make one magnate 1 magnate makes all the money Ex Dont make out your accounts on a patentmedicine advertisement blank Have this office print you a neat up todate bill head Eggle stageshe whatever Miss KathariueEggleston Miss lyceum A Noble Deed During Rev J E Woolfords at Brodhead a crippled girl took much interest therein and each night attended theservices She was finally converted and working her way up the aisle in an old chair united with the church and gave her heart to God Being badly deformed she could only get about with the assistance of friends The firm of Albright and Adams wrote to Max Wocher Son dealers in surgical inststruments 23 W Sixth St in Cincinnati and asked if they would try and get a second Land chair state the price and the Brodhead people would remit Instead the firm sent her a new chair asking Albright Martin to present It to her free of charge with their compli ments Such acts of kindness are so few these days that this noble deed is attracting much attention and many words of praise are being given the Cincinnati firm Bro Woolford says the girl is in a sad condition being wholly unable to use her lower limbs He will now endeavor to secure a means of furthtr help for her and try to arrange to give her an education to teach or fit her for some other occupa tion where she will earn a good living and do some work in the vineyard of the Master she has professed and will endeavor to follow meeting I S S J A BEAZLEY ft CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found In the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON xA Attorney At Law 0 Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums 0 of 8500 and upward t I We o 0 o O f 00000000000040000000 G 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 Mufflers Suspenders Gloves useful articles We will save you money on ar ticle you will buy from us for II I II II I I displayof andmany ChristImas tZat Q preparing Handkerchiefs any TheOne Price Clothier T LOGANH1 AND LEADING Jewelers AND Opticians Never was such a HOLIDAY You can see Holi day Goods in ma ny places but its generaly the same old things you have been seeing for years We make specialty of New and Odd Things No Trashy Goods find place in our store everything New and First Class 4 v V VYr c 1 MURRAY i iMcADAMS i I i BI GOODS in Danville I 5 I 5 a uuLni ai Shown q UMBRELLAS A beautiful line just best sort made from receivedof I Jewelers standpoint o f 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 I Watches Diamonds Fine Gold Jewelry Fancy Goods McAdams- DANVI LLE Murray IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST r s I 11 Ii I i l fr3 L 1 I OLD HICKORY WAGONS i 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 IE n J 3 3 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SccondClafs Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Dec 16 IQ02 IN his message President Roosevelt urges Congress to pass a law to protect the game If all the hunters are as unsuccessful as Teddy the game will need no protection THE usual cranks are to the front saying its wrong to deceive children by telling them of Santa Claus Any person who would deny a child this happiness is mean enough to graze goats on his grand mothers grave THE many friends of clever Wallace Hughes formerly city editor of the CourierJournal are delighted to know that he has received a promo tion Mr Hughes is now dramatic and Sunday editor a responsible but very desirable position He is a hard worker thoroughly competent and in fact perfectly fitted for the place Mr Hughes has been with the Courier Journal for many years and during that time has made many friends He is exceedingly popular with the rural quill drivers IT is often said that politicians and party workers have no gratitude Now here is a chance for our Jessa mine county brethren at least to prove the assertion to be untrue Mr Harry McCarty senior editor of the Xicholasville Journal has announced as a candidate for representative of that county in this sec tion of the state knows that Harry has done more good substantial work for the democratic party than any edi tor in this section He has noD gone about the duty on the fireandtow policy but by good commonsense work accomplished more than any other advocate of democracy As sta ted above if his party has any grati tude at all it will see that Mr Mc Cartys ambitions are fully realized SINCE the recent woolpulling con ventions we have heard a great many citizens say they are done with poli tics and propose to vote for whom they please in the future no matter what ticket he is on That has been our position for some years and we are glad to know we will have compa ny in not supporting any yellow dog the heelers see proper to put on the ticket A man can be a democrat or a republican and not be tied under the thumb of the political heelers who say what you must and what you must not do As this papers politics has been frequently discussed we will say for the steenth time that THE REC ORD like its editor belongs to no man or set of men we support and vote for our friends no matter which ticket they are on We have our views on political matters but dont propose to let them or elseif you please come between our friends and our selves Put this in your pipe and smoke it I Every body anything So KY favor of the great corpora tions during the three years since he quit public life Reed got rich inWall street says the Louisville Times Just in time however to encounter the trials and tribulations of the rich mans camelandneedleeye squeeze into the Kingdom of Heaven and just too late for this world enjoyment of his riches But isnt that a case of last state worse than the first MANY of our people remember Louis Pilcher who conducted the biggest temperance revival ever held in Lancaster some years ago Louis has been up against the world pretty heavy since and had some of the same personal experience of the writer Last week he had editorial charge of the icholasviile News dur ing the absence of its editor and his old graygoose quill took on some of its old time lire Among other things he said I have no personal animus in the matter and no ill feelings fcr those engaged in liquor traffic Those who are engaged in the business know the evils as well as anybody but there is profit and gain in it and many of them just keep loaded on it to drown their better consciences A good strong influential man in the business would be a power out of it There are good men in every community who through moral obliquity get wrong who might be put on the right track and wield a power for good by persist ent effort on the part of those who are in the right It is not well to aban don anybody but get them right if possible 1 am rejoiced that I have never written a line in favor of an evil to my race and I am glad to write these lines here and now of all places my home my people my only voting place Whatever weaknesses I have been subjected to I am a lover of my fellowman and take no delight in his downfall When Shakspeare wrote Oh that we should put an enemy into our mouth to steal away our brains he wrote prophetic for at that time there was no dope for women no whisky for men no cigar ettes for boys No rational sober man will dare defend any of these evils It is like shooting wads against the side of an elephant to fight this organized whisky devil the old way It must be met and crushed upon practi cal grounds legislation and the meth ods of the AntiSaloon League as a bulwark in legislation Sentimental temperance has its place and must be kept active but this monster evil grows upon what it feeds and it will require the best brains and the brav est hearts in the land to finally over throw it The whisky devil is accom plished and lurking He keeps his toboggan slide well oiled jokes and music and novels racy stories come on boys come join us and have a good some day there is a rude awakening when it isnt so hilarious There is a healthier life and sweeter music in a rational life or else the creation of man as a rational and res ponsible being was a mistake Good who havnt descended in to the depths remove the temptation I havent the space to ventilate the subject but if I do on the stump Ill show that I have a long memory and Ill hold the whisky devil up by the tail for I think he got so near to my timebut peopleyou bighearted REMOVAL SALEAs we are intending to remove our shop we will during the month of December sell the I t + PRESENT STOCKOF MONUMENTS andMARKERS at great sacrifice to save boxing and hauling Come and get first pick You will save money The Garrard outy Marble Works l STANFORD 11 I f 1 I U I l It uJJ 11111 STREET SjKtrk of life that 1 must have praytd j 1 know I cussed iJiouyh no was to bu delivered iroin him and Iris cohorts Kuiitucio Mould iiuicud be garden hpoii i the ianiuu ui ii iiMiues ilic afUti s ul Uitl in Llieii biooiit il it omy tins had the moral courage to cut out the booze devil and some day she will COLLEGE GIRL AND MARRIAGE llow the Hlslier Education May Un tit One for the 1crforinauce of Hume Duties There is undoubtedlymuch to be said in favor of college education for but there is also something to bo it Very indirectly of course but not the less surely higher education for women is a blow at the home The college girl fof four years has a mighty pretty time of it In girls colleges or coeducational institutions she is a young queen The institution is man aged solely in her interest she is a great factor in its social life Is it uny wonder that she has no very cor rect conception of value Shall she one of the elect marry a plain man who has never read multa gracilis Shall she this young DianaMinerva go into retirement and teach an ordinary baby to say boo Can one blame her very much if with her Ideas she hangS back And that the does hang back statistics and your own experience will prove to you says Womans Home Companion The question is whether it is not possible to keep to higher education for women without driving them away from their duties as mere members social organization One be to shorten the term required for graduation Another way seems to bo to urge on all women as strongly as possible the necessity of seeing life whole and to show them that knowl edge and happiness are not always the same thing But the best way of all would be to combine more common sense education with the socalled higher If girls were taught that to know how to do the little things than being able to draw a diagram of cat higher education would be more to the purpose It is important to impress on these girl graduates the fact that a woman who raises u is greater than she who taketh a city u IT WAS A CURE A Vlie Mothers Way of Breaking Son of the Ciearetta Hub It The other day a wise sew England mother suddenly came upon her son and heir a youth of tender years and discovered that he was indulging1 in a cigarette the New York World My boy she said if you must smoke why not be manly and smoke a cigar Come with me And she led him into the house oral him a large black and brought him a light and sat down by him while he enjoyed the fragrant weed She was with him too when his lower lip began to tremble and his eyes to grow yellow and a wave of chalky whiteness overspread his face Nice cigar isnt it she said in her pleasant way So soothing ful and enjoyable Dont you iind it soThe boy couldmt steady his voice to reply but he forced to take another pull and when his hand with the cigar in it dropped he gave the smouldering thing a glance that expressed nothing but the deep est loathing- I always liked the looks of these nice large fat cigars said his mother They seem so Ppplease mother gasped the boy II thithink Im ddieAnd minutes later he promised in a broken voice that he would never again attempt to smoke until she told him he was olds enough to begin TRIFLES THAT TELL Small Details of Dress That Lend the Appearance of Being Well Clad It is the little things which mark the lady little things which seem un important to the happygolucky girl but which her discriminating sister recognizes as the true marks of a welldressed woman A soiled collar or ribbon at the throat can spoil the whole effect of an otherwise perfect toilet and a dainty muslin stock tied can redeem a positively thread bare gown and give an air of elegance to the wearer says American Queen The unpardonable offense in the ethics of the welldressed woman is the wearing of tawdry finery or trying to imitate some person whose means permit great richness and abundance Far better is a gown of severest serge and a plain linen collar Never never if you wish to be considered a lady waste your slender means on cheap imitations of rich models Always bear in mind that the poorest can still be neat and respectable and riches do not always bespeak good breeding A lady may have only one gown to her back but it is whole and clean and fits her perfectly Her hair is neatly dressed and her footwear is the best she can afford and always presentableSpotless cleanliness and neatness mark the lady and win respect where flashiness or soiled finery receive at best a smile of pity Quince Butter Pare and core the quinces cutting them up rather fine cover with water and cook until tender Place the skins and core in another kettle with just sufficient water to prevent them burning and cook until soft then train off the juice and add the quinces To each pound of fruit allow three fourths of a pound of sugar Boil Town until it is smooth and thick stir frequently as it will burn easily Put in jars and seal like jelly and keep in a cool dry Star Barberries Cook the berries in enough water to cover then take out all the seeds put and juice in a stew pan put in or pears onehalf white sugar to a pound of fruit is enough if wanted to eat 77 h meat Cook slowly for two hours Fine with thicken or roast pork Boston Globe women I saidagainst Qui I ot- a waywould that make a family happier is better a 4 Her bestowedupon I andrest ont placeWashington Preserved poundof I profanity meats tie many family says fumes sufficiently himself e going neatly always apples Mr jlaKburil you could not please j your wife better than buying her a Cabinet Mantle with tile hearth 1 j U llascJdcn Death visited the house of Mrs C G Todd and took away her dear son James who was so near and dear to her James was 21 years of age and had never belonged to any church un til about one before his death when he said that he was ready to meet his Saviour for he knew that he was going home to God and he wanted to meet the rest of the family there lie was the youngest child and why it was he was taken away we can not tell but the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away e know not when for in such an hour as we think not the son of man cometh and may God bless the dear one who has gone before He has paid the debt that we all have to pay sooner or later Just to think it has been but a short time since he was strong and well but when the Lord calls for us we have to go What a great blessing it was to see him look in his mothers face anti say l am ready to die for I am going home to God He remarked Sululay evening to those standing around his bedside that he hoped the Lord would call him away that night for he was ready to go What a great thing it is to be readyThe family extend many thanks to their jricnds who helped them in their trouble He leaves a mother one sis ter and two brothers to mourn his loss The remains were laid to rest in the taint Lick See our line of nickel and silver lin ed coffee and J II Jlasel den I have a few airtight heating stove that we will make a special price for Christmas J R Haseldcn hewn on Newspapers Sir sir the newspapers of this country by their extended publication of sensational crimes and incidents are doing an incalculable amount of injury Thats right The people shouldnt be permitted to read such details The less they know about crime and crimi nals the better- I entirely agree with you May I ask the nature of your business 1 am a green goods man And I am a dealer in gold bricks ShakeIf want the freshest groceries best fruits nice candies and in fact anything to be found in a firstclass store call on K L Underwood near Marksburys granary lie handles on ly the best of everything will appreci ate your trade and give you the low est prices goods delivered promptly at any part of the city tf 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 Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan T L Broaddus Alex West W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly fiobr Gullcy Mrs THansburv West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels 3ns E Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton To TuxIayern The tax books are now ready and you can timid me at my ollice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it oil Respectfully S14tf W L Lawson Sheriff Mount IfldlicK Embroidery 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 Chris tian church will hold their iirst 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 ders carefully tilled if left with post master West Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price II A B Marksbury Son S BEAZLEY 1 oats ui Jtlucft dd wee I cemetery tea pots POSTED BeazleyClay 1 v W W C Exchange Office over Dr Kinniilrds oppo DENTIST site Presbyterian church Danville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Lancaster Lodge No 104 S FAMStated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights M embers of lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Difl cts what you eat sister Lv x a1S You will be lucky you buy your Fall and Winter Suit and Overcoat of us We carry on a merchant tailoring business and guarantee customers everything that to be guaranteed made Lomeasure garments for men and boys Our live is big We carry upwards of four hundred patterns in the newest brightest and nobbiest fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS All these points are found in our garments The trimmings linings materials and stitching are those of much higherpriced tailoring In fact we give you the highpriced tailoring wiibaxl the ugh Set 20 for Oaj M 5 and 16 Suits Handsome patterns We carry only the select conservative dignified patterns such as the welldressed gentleman We sax show you much better than we can tell you J C HEMPHILL Lancaster ARE NOW ARRIVING AT f tought n prices Others J rr1Q n i 6GliJ S UUU air wets fflLUF It n jfs H Wan LL 2tr Drug 3 Store Dont buy your Until you have examined our Vc were very careful in selecting our stock and know we can please you both in quality and price We will save you money Handsome China and Leather goods Mechanical Toys in fact Every thing suitable for Xmas esa i q os zs s Drug Store DANVILLE ST Opposite Jewelry Store We Can Supply Your Every Want I j V 0 9 o 0 S nnnd 0- o i Laru an B anti lll I o r o 0 I I o 0 o 0 o 4 t t t t t t t t t t t t t I fl OOOOOGOGO OOO JOVOCP OG OVOvOeIOCO a OGOO0 0 u 0 0 z 0- FSTIAS0- G 0 t Stock 0 0 0 o 0 0- o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 sonsThomp0 0 OOOC O 000000000 O O OC a 00000 p- F Rakes Harrows j Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER Successors to J M Higginbotham 3 I f SON ItlutI I I It I 11i C sI aJ v K grf4 qlywer f X lfiJLiJllfJll r01tiff1 1gTi jl01iliJ r1 1lJIDJ m EURRT HURRY Ht7RBY GET I GON CONrES d- I CLOSES 24th DAY of DECEMBER LIST OF VOTES r o IN YOUR VOTES D LEADING S Frank Pierce 11 Arnold W B Denny W R Cook Win Royston J B Ruble E II Walker J A Sanders TF White J B Woner J M JIT Dunn 491 437 tjU 88 72 2 47 21 2 21 Jas II Dunn l Sit 54 31- E Sag 2 J C Fox IJS Robinson C0 R Counting Comtee Kinnard 1 o 0f3 3fr1J rn IJfij Dean Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Miss Ilattie Doty has been the guest of Miss Alice Walker Mrs T A Royston is at home from a trip through Tennessee Mrs Squire Boyle was called to the edside of her grandson at Cincinnati Mrs John Farra and Miss Margaret Tomlinson were in Danville Satur day Mrs R A Burnside is visiting her daughter Mrs William Lackey of McCrcary Miss Carrie Currey gave a luncheon Thursday in honor of Miss Morris of Sweet Water Tenn Mrs W M Boyle of Owensborois expected to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt Mrs W J gave an elegant honor of her daugh ter Miss Lydia birth day Mrs Louis entertained Friday evening in honor of Mrs M C McGugin of Howard Ohio Mrs W R Cook and children and Mrs Ellen Poor left yesterday forNew Mexico to spend the winter v Mrs R II Tomlinson and son Harry attended the TomlinsonBergis wed ding Wednesday at Buena Vista Misses Ada Fox of Eaton Ohio and Reeves of Toledo Ohio are expected next week for a visit to Mrs Jacob JosephMisses Marie Joseph and Cora Ward are expected home next week from Bristol Teun where they are attend ing Mrs Will Lillard of Danville enter tained informally in honor of Miss Lettie Brown of Lexington and Miss Mattie Elkin of this city The marriage of Miss Barthenia Mc Chord of Richmond and Mr Howard of Texas occurs tomorrow at Rich mond has been a fre quent and popular visitor of Miss Flor ence Burnside finouncement cards have been re to the marriage or Wallace of Point Leavell and Mr Charles Bell of Due West S C at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs O T Wallace on Wednesday Dec 24th ninteen hundred and two Miss Wallace is the handsome and popular neice of Mrs J S Robinson of this city APPLES and Fruits too numerous tu mention Elmore in Landram McChord d Miss Elveree o 0 0 0 0 ORANGES BAN ANNAS schools i i Miss ceiv 1 1 CANDY line is complete line for Christmas ever in the city GROCERY line is complete EVAPORATED goodsPeacliesPrunes Figs Apples Raisins Currents i Etc f It o EREALS Anything in this Just call ht the GOOD GROCERY A 0 polite clerk J Y Simpson 0 to walt on you H M Ballon t t e Jno B Parks Tcvis Thompson John Bourne 1 B Robinson A K Walker Robt Burton TCGullcy Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold Robinson Frank Holtclaw L F Warner I lS l17 15 14 0 Y 11 11 D o T Layton Iff1Walter Casey 18 i 17 11 13 12 J 10 You can buy a cook or heating stove at Ilaseldens and have a large stock to select from Sec our steel Range with resevoir and warming closet with complete set of trimmings 82f 00 J R Ilaseldcn We take orders for cut flowers tIC tinest grown Thompson For sale A few nice yellow bronze turkeys toms and hens J W Elmore tf What would please your boy better than a shot gun or rifel J 11 Has eldenDont worry about your Xmas pres ents but see Ilaseldens stock prices lowestWe be pleased to have everyone visit our store and see our line of holi day goods Frisbies Drug Store 12Jtf If you want the best spices citron and all kind of ingredients for cakes go to R A Stones grocery near depot J R Ilaselden is the place to buy your boys a nice saddle or your self a set of Harness Table Cutlery Y yes Haselden has a large line and the newest patterns It will pay you to select your Xmas present from our large assortment of pictures rugs rockers and many other useful articles Dont miss seeing our mirrors Come first and you get first choice G L Carpenter Stanford Ky It Why waste your money on some useless article wnen you can go to Jo sephs and select a pair of line shoes a nice dress or some other useful article for a Christmas present Give that will be appreciated and useful Renumber the place to buy the best goods for the least money is J Josephs We receive the newest music each month 15c cash for introductory num bers all duplicates 25c at Thompsons A nice coal vace or lire set would make a handsome present J 11 Has elden We have some ladies heavy under wear which we will sell at a bargain Quality the best prices the lowest J New stock of Xmas books at Thomp sons See Haseldens line of useful Christ mas presents The best homemade caramels you ever tasted now at Zimmers 1212 Try our Casteal Laundry soap the best on earth Lancaster Grocery Co See Beazleys elegant Rockers Sofas and other pretty furniture suitable for Christmas 2212 Boys toy wagons J R Hsiselden We 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 o 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 I 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 14tf Free Coal T II Lee and Leavel 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 H Lie Leavel I Joseph have a nice streetn J something Fellows The bible contains 3585480 letters 773G2 words 31173 verses 1181 chap ters and SO hooks The word and occurs JG277 times 1he word Lord 03rurs 1855 times The word occurs but once which is in the Utli verse of tIle 111 th Psalm The mid dle verse is the 8th verse of the 118th Psalm The 21st verse of the 6th chap ter of Ezra contains all the letters in the alphabet except J The finest chapter to read is the 5J chapter of the Acts of the Apostles The 10th chapter of 11 Kings and the 37th chap ter Isaiah are alike The longest verso is the Dili verse of the 8th chapter of Esther The shortest verse is the 55th verse of St John The 8th 15th 21st and 31st verses of the 107th Psalm end alike Each verse of the IM Psalm ends alike There are no words or names of more than six syllables Dear children 1 have shipped a large stock of Xmas toys to Mr Thompson get your stockings ready and leave word with T what you wish Your uncle Santa Claus Gold watches for ladies and gentle men make nice Xmas presents Thompson the Jeweler Only a few winter rubes left They go at a bargain Romans Elmore Joseph has some beautiful suitable for Christmas pres ents withstand ing 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 tanking vour purchases we save you money and you can rely absolutely on getting the best values for your money at our store T Joseph We can furnish you repairs for your farm wagons cheap 1212 Romans Elmore Dont fail our line of holiday goods ihe most complete line in the city Lancaster Grocery Co Ladies and gentlemens Rings in Diamonds plain and fancy set at Thompsons Why not buy something substantial for Xmas We have the best line of furniture in Kentucky which you should look over before making your J A Bealey We have the prettiest line of Rock ers ever brought to Lancaster and nothing is more appropriate for a Christmas present J A Beazley You willfind we did not forget the little ones year Toys of every discripti n will be found on ourshelves at bargains Lancaster Grocery Co Why not give your wife or daughter some lovely furs for a Christmas pres ent This is something which will be greatly appreciated and very appro priate See J Joseph arid he will save yOU money on them Our line of leather goods is excep tionally pretty ask that we show them to you Frisbies Drug Store Xmas Jewelry in Brooches Stick Pins Cull Buttons Pin Sets Studs at Thompsons Take advantage of the pretty wea ther and have your pictures made while FoXjthe artist comes lie will be here Friday Come see our carriage heaters for keepingyour feet warm they are cheap 1212 Romans Elmore Homemade 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 office 1212 2t Nearly all of our goods are exclusive designs we will pleased to show them Frisbies Drugstore 124tf Dont forget Fox the photographer will be here Friday Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECOKD office 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 124tf Homemade candies fresh lot excel lent quality at Zimmers restaurant New stock of Accordeans and full line of Bell strings at sons n21tf Frisbies line of holiday goods is the nicest in town You cannot afford to miss it 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 Thorn 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 Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald rIdge 928tI I ltnet Ribie I Xmas selections b II Thpmp i tboueSlo reverend Ir handkerchiefs Not to examine this S psons t HIS FEE IN NICKELS A Cheerful rlcucc Yritii a SouIIcsH Street Cur Corporation Four drinks said the cheerful young lawyer whose shingle has been out only since January relates the Chicago Inter Ocean will Le 40 cents So there goes eight money in exchange for bills Im in the money changing business and I need the bills so step up Inciden tally I may remark that the meanest corporation in business in this city is a certain railway company and Ive just been up against it The cheerful young lawyer a handful of nickels from a bulging pocket tendered eight to the waiter with two over for good meas ure and slapped more pockets which also bulged The pockets jingled You see he explained Hill Smith whos my dads head clerk was cooling off his Panama by hold ing it out of the car window when going across the bridge the other day and a pole broke his arm In due time he sent for me and put mo up against the company Of course they hadnt any busi ness to have a pole in the way of a gentlemans arm and equally of course Bill Smith hadnt any right to presume that lIe could ride with his arms outside a car The company only contracts to carry its with all of em inside So it being a very nice legal point which might get to a sympathetic jury and might not when the com pans offered mIl 100 worth of satis faction I advised him to take it and he did Then 1 went up to collect tho moneyThe companys claim department was at the far end of the line of course Thats to make it hard for claimants to get at I expected that and I dont say anything about the ten cents and the valuable time I spent in getting out there to collect Bill Smiths hundred and coming back But I do object to that companys way of doing in other respects When I got there the man in charge of the claim payments coolly offered me a check for and asked me for oO change I explained that I wouldnt be in this business if I carried 50 in loose change around with me habitually Then he grinned and said hed fix me up another if Id wait and he disappeared When he came back he produced in very greasy small bills and 15 in nickels I think hed been out to the corner and held up the cars till he got enough Anyway he turned the bundle over to me gave me a newspaper to wrap it in and left me to cuss When I got to Bill Smiths he took the paper money and left me the 15 in nickels for mv share HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS Odds mid of Information Which 3Iuy lie of Value to the Busy Housewife Water in which potatoes have been boiled is the best thing with which to sponge and revive a silk dress A housekeeper is responsible for the statement that paregoric will at tract ants rut a few drops in a shallow pan of water and leave it over night The morning will find a goodly crop of victims in the pan Another novelty in sandwich fill ings is to the fore This is one part chopped almonds to two parts or grated salted celery moistened with mayonnaise and spread between thin brown bread Very nice with a cup of chocolate French rolls make good cups in which to serve eggs Cut off the top scoop out the center fill with of the number of methods of pre paring eggs and put in the oven until set The insides may be dried and rolled for crumbs for crumbing Sardines broiled in a chafing dish are nice for Sunday night suppers Use just enough of the oil in the box to cover the bottom of the dish and keep the fish from sticking When are browned on both sides liberally with lemon juice and serve hot With meat still so high as to make it a luxury instead of a daily various vegetable substitutes arc finding their way on breakfast tables nil over the land The New loyal to tradition finds plenty of company these days in his Sunday morning breakfast of beans and brown bread In the extreme west the brown frigoli cooked with plenty of pepper serves the same purpose Greencorn cakes fried tomatoes with cream gravy fried egg plant fried mush or samp or rice prepared after the Spanish method are all satisfying and appropriate breakfast dishes where something heartier than rolls fruit and coffee is required Any kind of silver in daily use may be cleaned by immersion in strong borax and water for two or three hours water should be boiling when the bo rax and silver are put in After the plate is dry rub with a little plate pow der and polish with chamois If silver ornaments in the drawingroom are not kept in a case they soon tarnish They can be brightened b3 dipping the articles in a strong solution of ammo nia and hot water Silver should never be rubbed with flannel or cotton cloth The plate not in general use should be wrapped carefully in tissue paper to exclude light and air as these are the two factors that cause silver to become tarnished Washington Star Cream of New Turnip Sonp Take the bones that are left from the lamb roast put them in the stew pan with two quarts of cold water simmer one hour add to this six new turnips cut in blocks stew half an hour then press through a strainer melt two level tablespoonfuls of flour stir this into the boiling soup stirring until boiling add half a cup of milk add salt and pepper to season put in the yolk of one a tablcspronful of chopped parsley pour soup over itand serve Good LiteratureRemoval Oil Stains To remove oil stains make a paste with fullers earth and cold soft water and spread it thinly the stains Let it remain for some hours and then brush off with a stiff brush If the stains have not disappeared repeat it Lawyers Expe I I ofem Sow if any of you three want carfare I passengers business 150 I I S5 Ends I I any the sprinkle Englander andsouthwest How to Care for Silver The eggand the on produced j shredded necessity hominy SHE LICKED THE EGGS Jut aGlazIng Them She Said and The Xeute t Way to Get the Inner Skin OK Well said the doctor who is full of reminiscences relates the New York Herald I notice that Sena tor Blackburn is quoted as saying that when in a strange eating place he al ways orders boiled eggs because he is sure the cook cant do much monkey ing with them nor put her fingers in the senator had had my he would not have this sweet childlike confidence the immaculate virtues of the hen fruit A good many years ago when I was first starting in practice I settled down in a small village Physicians were scarce then in the country dis tricts and I have often started out in the morning to snake a call and upon reaching my patient found that a couple of miles further on my services were needed und there again would way it often happened that I would not get home until night Naturally the persons whom I vis ited would offer me something to eat Some were very neat and clean kitchen and cupboard But some were anything but neat and like Senator Blackburn I made up my mind that boiled eggs were about the safest things to tackle Well to make a long story short one day I struck one of the farmhouses which on my mental bill of fare was down for boiled eggs And so when the good wife asked me what I would like to eat of course I told her I boiled eggs more especially as I was In a hurry to get away and knew itwould not take her very long to cook them etc While she was in the kitchen I thought I would make some entries in my note book which I had left in my carriage in the yard In order to get out there I had to pass through the kitchen and there I beheld the old lady with an egg in the hollow of her hand and close up to her mouth- I asked her what she was doing hurry I thought I better crack the shells for you and you know that some of the skin under the shell is liable to And there was the old woman actu ally licking the eggs I was going to eat Do you wonder I am skeptical about boiled eggs A kidney or bladder trouble can al ways be cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure in time C C J E Stormes Practical piety must be personal Foleys Honey and Tar positively cures all throat and lung diseases Re fuse substitutes 1m Selfknowledge will cure selflove Saved at Graves Brink I know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S IT New som of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms oflndigestion 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 are a positive guaran teed cure Only 50c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Taint Lick 1m We do not need the Cross without if we have the Christ within Dont be imposed upon by taking substitutes offered for Foleys Honey and Tar 1m Grapes of peace do not grow on thorns of passion Foils A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that good physi cians 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 Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m Good intentions do not improve with age Favorite 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 25c 50c and 8100 at R E McRoberts 1m When ambition is the child of envy it will be the mother of sorrows Coughing Spell Caused Death Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to d ath 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 oOc and S400 at R E McRoberts 1m Life is a mans opportunity for the realization of his ideals 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 Kodol Dyspepsia euro Dig t what ywi cat always themIf experience in perhaps wouldshine dotedon aglazingthe wayto focationSt f morning 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 Teplitz 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 darkand cloudy later and it will retard the finishing We mike every style known to the art and GUARANTEE PER FECT WORKMANSHIP and LIKENESS OPEN EVERY FRIDAY The Fox StudioPu- blic Square Lancaster Ky CJI1ijSTif P1iESETS f k i i rY- r t THE JAMJAIfY Among the noticeable features of The Delineator for January is its fine cover the first of that will continue through M the year The scope of the maga ne has been gener ally widened and new 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 Yar rick and the novel develops along dramatic lines In homes of the Past and Present Ella Butler Evans 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 New 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 concern ing 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 Selfsurrender is the secret of soul satisfactionBetter Than Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is better than a piaster 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 rheu matic pains Forsale by all druggists Dont say Rubber to the truth every time it stretches The worlds premiums are never worth the cost of the coupons 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 Heroine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that and it is curing them too 50c at R E McRoberts 1m Permanencyof pleasure depends on purity of purposeA 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 C C J E Stcrmes 1m I havea 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 DELI ETon FOR and Chateaule r ta Dories interestingly novelty R Aetna QueenPalatine c National HartfordConneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN and GAR DEN We employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on application BOTH PHONES H F HILLENMEYER SON Lexington Kentucky KINNAIRDINSURANCE Followin GOIllDan es Aetna Life Ins Go gf HartfordJGonB i rese i ail r ROGERS STAINFUXR FINISH Stain and Fici hs floor atoae operation No Shellac No Oil No Waxl Easily Applied Lard fr Imitates Hardwoods Perfectly I t- Aji us for ttunplrs of wood flaUhod wilt Rogers Stalnfloor Finish Frisbies Drug Store oarrice i A NEW FAST TRAIN Between St Louis and Kansas City and OKLAHOMA CITY SHERMAN DALLASFORT And principal points la Texas sad the new throughout and Is made of the finest provided with electric lights and all modera conveniences It runs via our now completedRed River railroading has been in the makeup of including Cafe Observation Cars under the management of Fred Harvey as to and nil via this new route will be cheerfully Shed application by any repre sentative of the WICHITADENISON DivisionE- very known to modern car Full information a Southwest I k r r- c f a x zfc T Is the term generally applied to the man who lets his fences fall into ill repair vhile he whistles mid whittles his time away But theres many a welldressed prosperous man who is equally shiftless He feels his health breaking down but does nothing to repair it His stomach is weak His heart and liver trouble him He his health until a total breakdown comes Men and women who by self neglect become at last Victims of nervous pros tration and general debility will find certain an certain cure in the use of Dr Pierces Golden Discovery The common cause of debility is lack of nutrition became the stomach is diseased and the food eaten cannot be properly digested and assimilated Dr Pierces Golden Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and restores physical health by enabling the perfect diges tion and assimilation of food I am an engineer by trade and the hud brought on nerrotw prortniuon Chaa F Dixon of Coluaa Co Calif A friend recommended Dr Pieroes Golden Medical Di coY ry to m and I one bottle thought helped me continued the use of I bottles I better than CTCT In wort hard at I not think so hut I know that the Gulden ical Discovery cured me and therefore I will recommcd to others Dr lierces Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness and sick headache U neglects I help Medical Medical work and worry a 1rt ngine lr eo feel life Am not 11 parti nervous can dn and Jeep sonnd at only c ttea x For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc A black walnut has been discovered in Pennsylvania which has the bark of a hickory tree Dr Benj Kush SurgeonGeneral of the American Army in the War of the Revolution has left a statement that the principal vegetables of his time were cabbage and turnips It is said that timothy grass seed was first collected something over 100 years ago in a swamp in New From the first seed this valua ble plant has been spread all over tIle country Sixty years ago the tomato was cul tivated as an ornamental plaut under the name of love apple The fruit was then thought to be poisonous Woodard Shanklins sale of thor oughbreds closed Friday of last week Twentyseven head of horses were sold for a total of 5840 The best sale was Lady Bramble 4yearold filly by BrambleCharity to Baker and Gentry for i135 The other sales amounted to less than 500 each The tremendous rush and shipment of cattle to the Chicago and other markets in the past twenty or thirty days has demoralized the markets and prices have decreased very rapidly Beef cattle feeders ought to have some understanding with each other so as to avoid such a break down in prices The cattle received at the Chicago stock yards this year exceeds that of last year by over 40000 head Among the farmers of Cuba and Porto Rico the wooden plow formed of a natural crooked stick found in the woods is still in common use And still the number of shredder ac cidents grows Now that the weath er has improved and shocks in the corn fields can be hauled will increase still faster Let us have a law passed to employ an in spector of shredding machines and make it a penalty to sell a machine 7 I Hampshire I outthe number I J ruirtr that can any waymaim the operator Dr Benjamin Franklin was in his efforts to Induce the of his time to use land plaster ground gypsum Chocolate Pudge Two cups of blown sugar onehalf cup of cream onefourth cake of Bakers Chocolate a piece of butter the size of an egg let this boil until it add a spoonful of vanilla beat well at least ten minutes pour Into a pan and cut in squares Dr Gatling the inventor of the gun that bears his name has made a plow that is operated by a gasoline engine He claims his plow will do the work of thirty men and eighty horses The invention should be ofamore value to the world than the gun which has certainly been a success so far as ef fectiveness is considered A well arranged fruit gardsn and family orchard should contain a tree fruits peach pear cherry plumquince etc small fruits viz blackberries red and black cap raspberries grapes currants and goose berriesAll stock should be sheltered at night and especially the young animals While it is usually best to allow stock to run out as late as the pastures and the weather will permit it is a detriment to their health and thrift to allow them to be exposed tf cold and storms Good pasturage is essential for the dairy cow If compelled to travel over a large surface and take a good deal of time to till her stomach the extra time and energy expended will cause a reduction in the flow of milk Clover is one of the best renovating crops that can be grown It roots deeply and secures a good per centage of its food from the subsoil and if the soil is thoroughly tilled with clo ver roots when the plant dies it adds considerable to the fertility while it leaves the soil in a better condition for other crops A crop of clover will increase the nitrogenous elements in any soil wnether it is cut and cured in the form of hay or whethar it pastured oil Farmers Horne here must be some way of stopping the lit farmers thiclens then general assortment of as apple strawberries growing JournalT prominent Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Tetter and AcneBelong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known diseases The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids that ooze out the and of the skin an inde blood lands scribable itching and burning and the yellow watery discharge forms into crusts and sores or little brown andwhite scabs that drop off leaving the skin tender and raw The effect of the poison may cause the skin toI I can cheerfully endorse your S S S as a cure for Eczema I was troubled remedies with no good effects but after using a few bottles of S S S was entire ly relieved WTO Campbell 313 W Central 9t Wichita Kan with it for 25 years and tried many crack and bleed it ascaly fishy appearance the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin diseases Washes and can only hide for a time the glaring r give again blemishes S S S eradicates all accumu lations antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates the sluggish organs and the impuri ties off the channels and poisonous andrevitalizes throu h relieve the skin S S S is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier It contains o Arsenic Potash or other harmful mineral Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent free to all who wish it TBR wiFT SPECIE CO Atlanta Of Course You Kant The Best To get the Latest Creations and styles in Call on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the cor rect and prices right No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT G r I MILLINERY iii B 1j66 Li LI 11 11 J I i tie leaks In lw family pockets hook if farming is to b made successful and poultry and eggs to take to town are just the right thinjf to stop that leal If the egg and chicicen money pays si the livinsr pxpenss iiMfv ilu sale of other province can be used to great advantage sonic where else Poultry brings in returns all the time every week in the year just as the family need them Many cases might be cited where farmers wives have paid all the living expenses of large families simply by the poultry sales Why It Worked Rolls What did you do when you were in danger from the bear Bowles Well as I had no weapon tried sitting down and staring at it end do you know the bear didnt offer to touch me Rolls Thats strange Row do you Bowles Well sometimes I think it was because I sat on limb of a very tall tree Chicago American JIb Doom Was sealed I couldnt get out of marrying her Henpeck explained When she pro posed she said Will you marry mc Have you any objection You see no matter whether I stud yes or no she had me Why didnt you just keep silent then inquired his friend Thats what I did and she1 said Silence gives consent and that ended me Lout Xo Time My wife is not fond of music I fear remarked the timid man Wont go to the opera with you asked the sympathetic fellow Xo not that exactly but last week when a moving van delivered a pianoat the next Hat she engaged the man to begin moving us out at once Cincln iwvti Commercial Tribune McnxiirtMticnt It is impossible for a man to mes ure the influences which a single indi vidual can exert in this world Thats right answered Senator Sorghum Ive known a untIl to get as much as u hundred dollars for a vole when it wasnt worth ten Washing ton Star A Ierfott StrniiKcr Woman Sor Ive lost me way me lady said to turn to tile right from the Man But my good woman youve turned to the left Woman How should Oi know Oim a stranger out here Harvard Lam poon Such H AViiMte Mrs Bi7y I am so sorry to hear that your wife has been throwing the crockery at you again Casey Where did she hit you maam Thats what Oi do be nfther complainin av a whole set av dishes broke to pieces nn she niver hit me wanst Life How tii He Iliiiipy Returned Traveler I never saw such devoted couple as Mr and Mrs Lake eide Met them on the street und they hadnt eyes or ears for any one else Mr Statestreefc They were divorced last month and he is courting1 her again X Y Weekly The Good Parent What have you gone to smoking for at your age I want to show my boys how easy it is to break off a bad habit Then yon are going to Y s as soon as I get the habit a lit tIe more firmly fixed Chicago Trib une Heard Out West Bill He was convicted of horse steal ing the chain of evidence strong I dont know anything about the chain but the rope was strong Statesman Gloomy Prospect Indeed First Automobilist Well I ece they are making some fuss about the speed we are going at Second Automobilist know it Why the next thing they will be trying to prevent our killing anyone Town Topics To Ann You are the dearest one to me A priceless treasure In my sight my humble home and be My own dfcar doarest Ann Thraclte Chicago Chronicle THE GRIDIRON I fri ui I a its I I I I square CaseyFaith l toda quit it JillWas OJ all rightYonkers lIE 11 tt eccount for it Twa I stare Oh Harold I dont know ivhei rye seen anyone looking so noble and heroic as you do since youve taken up football Detroit Free Press The Brute Again Wife reading the paper giraffe has a tongue 18 inches long you jealous Tit Just a Mild Plunge Hesyjtt Do you ever take part an gamer of chance Jewett Weil Ive be n usher at a Topics Secret 6f Ills Snccesa Has be any natural gifts W ll if you could hear the artistic surelythinkPurely Mercenary Gladys Did Amy marry the coal baron just for his title Alice Jfo jus for his coal N Y times HusbandArent Bita weddingTown IJ I r e 1tLjS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Having sow Kiy farm I will on TUESDAY DEC soih 1002 offer for sale at my home about 2 miles from the following property One good combined horse 2 good milk jew nice yearling helter 1 male log 1 binder rake hole harrow spring tooth harrow with seeder attachment now cultivator harrow 2 Miming i wagon fodder surnv and harness f double shovel plows ml other implements Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins it 10 oclock IKE AfiN OLD A Million Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of West Point la 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 Kings ew Discovery for Consumption and writes it cured me and saved my life I now weigh 17 lbs Its positively guaranteed for CoughsColIs and Lung troubles Price r0c and 5100 Trial bottles free at R E Mclloberts finl Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m The thames of lust Quenches the light of life How to 1rsvnnt Croup It will bd 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 the attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon followed by a rough cough Give Chamber lains Cough Remedy freely as sjw n as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough appoars 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 pended upon and Unit is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all j yg 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 vigorate the stomach improve the ap petite and reguUte the bowels Regu lar size 25c per box 1m Profanity is often a species ot ISallards Ilorilinuml Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and dillicult breathing Henry C Stearns DrtiggistjShullsburg Wisconsin writes May 20 1 01 1 have been selling Dullards Horehound Syrup for two years and have nover had a prepara that has given better satisfaction I notice that when 1 sell a bottle they come back for more 1 can honestly recommend it 2oc 50c and SlOO at ItRoberts Jm A M BOURNE J 1 mower hay sPlO hole Wt OIl completely peculiar an gists- p ills R E PUBLICSALEI Cartersvi tie Iii rig hiv Voice Listen Lancaster before insanity 3 AUCTIONEER Offers his to the people of this terirory services Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CKXTUAL RECOKD otljce or address me at Lancaster Still In The We have moved our shop to the room above Thoinp eons jewelry store on Pauville street where we have the 111 IJair 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 DTJNCAIT The Old Reliable Barber u Ring Best Barber ShOl r I jUT CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Timeiu efct July15 1902 STATIONS LvLouisville SlJOani Lexington 1120am 815am S Siam 5Kpm Winchester 11 57 am 9 18pm 8 Sam GSOpm MtSterling 1225 nn J4tpin 7l5m ArWaahiuRton 520am Hpm Philadelphia 850am 707pm i NewYork 1115am OOSpm I Lv Now York 7 ooam 4 Philadelphia 1020am 7atpm 2 00pm 11 10pm MtSterliiiR 430pm 550am 212pm Winchester 7 05am 4 58pm f 22am 2 45pm ArLexiugton 74i am 5pm 7 00am 3 30pm 10 SOnm 8 25pm Through Trains run to and from New York trains run daily except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone GEOWBARNEYDpALEXINGTON EASr90 C G OOpm S Slain a o iVESrDOC C STATIONS wpm 7 10zta 5 i i r CIRCUIT COURT Thomas Lawson Aduir c PitHss Jno jau iu Jtc IVfts- liy virtue of a judgment of the Circuit Court rendered alNovember term in the above tyled case I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 22nd 1902 publicly before the Court House tour in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and test bidder the following described property in Garrard county Kentucky which is described as Itetnnniotf at a stake on the side of turnpike road leading front Lancas ter to Fall Lick corner to W A Benz iey thence wIth a West course to the old dirt ncid leading from PriachorsvlH to Paint Lick thence with lames Bells line and the old road to Perkins comer hence with lireefMoves line and center of turnpike down the same 011 the Wrest stile fifteen feet from the center thence to the beginning con taming sixty acres more or less TERMS The sale will he made on a credit of 5 and I nioifths bonds with se curtly will be required of the purchas er for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing fi per Cent interest from day of sate until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may Ksne if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will he retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JXO W MLLLKR Master Coair Garrard Circuil Court Commissioners Sale oi Corn Kemp Seed ml ToluiccttG- AUUAUD CIUCUIT F Burke Son Pitffc- vs S K Moore c Dfts By virtue of a of the Gir raid Circuit Court rendered aL Ita Noverniier term IJKC in the ahovo styled case 1 will on MONDAY DECKMBER 22nd 1902 publicly before the court house door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property indarrard county Ky towit The undivided interest in about 2j acres of corn alto half undivided interest in about 5 acres of tobacco also the onehalf undivided interest in about rluaeres of hemp seed This salt is mode to satisfy a lien debt the atnonnt of said debt being the of four hundred and eleven dollars and 2J cents 4112 with per cent interest from the 27th day of December 1101 until paid together with the costs herein expended The tract of land upon which this crop is situated lies in Garrurd county Ky and adjoins the lands of J B Lea veil and contains 70 acre TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of months bund with good se curity will be required the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue f bond is not paid at maturity A lien will he ratainod on property until purchase moneY is paid W MILLER Master Oomr and Receiver of tIle Garrard Circuit Court PUBLIC SALE STOCK CROPS ETC Having decided to change my place of busi ness I will offer for sale ou THURSDAY DKC xfiih r os the following described property at public auction on the J A Yenger farm S mites west of Lancaster on the Lexington pike and 1 mlle from Marksbury T uuty jiead good yearling steers 2 istra Kuoti iyearold work mule 1 yearling mtiit 1 vehicle family 1 3vearolil gelding good sows SJ shoats some hay a lot of corn ii crib about iUO shocks of fodder and 1 buggy unIt harness A lot of farming iuiple ments comparatively new consisting 01 1 Champion lOuder 1 Champion Mower I Sn Drill I Tiger ilUc Harrow I Ioin dexter smoothing Harrow 1 Roller I Tig r Cotuplanrcr 1 Mefornvek Hay Kakol Wngoii Oarlea Ctilttvaioi riteel aia Oliver hilled turning plows double shovel etc Also some household awl kitchen fnrni ture mill numerous other things TKKMS Sums of 10 and under cash ore that amount a good note payable in C months from 1ate of sale at 0 per cent interest nego tiable and payable at bank S u Vijius uf 10 oclock FRED YEAGER FARM FOR SALK At the same time and titmice the farm contain ing 210 acres will be sold It is one of the best arranged maid most fertile farms of No I land in Central Kentucky It is bounded with four straight linos fields are nicely laid off no crooked lines on the place Four never fail ing springs 0140 well two cisterns one pnd one pool 10 of wheat 50 acres to go in hemp 15 acres for corn and the remainder in grass A Xo 1 twostory house and all the necessary out buildings One good tobacco barn and one stock barn The place is located six miles north of Lancaster nine miles east of Danville and five miles south of Hickmaii on the Lancaster and Nicholasville road Con vftiient to churches umLschooIs Those to examine win call on Fred Veagc oa tlc phiuo or address J A YKUiKK 12121 Danville Ky SS Pens M kin 3 Co s snd Coid Lung BoicdiJS Combined hs wonderful maiJinine pitive urss Ccnsyjnption Cold Bronchitis Asthma Pneurrcnia Ha everFleurir LaGrippo Hcarsereas Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough CURT KOFAY Price SOc SI Trial Bottle ree Election Notice There an election held by time of the National Batik of Lancaster Ky at its bank between the hours of 10 a in smut 2 on Tuesday January 13 1203 to elect live directors to serve the ensuing year Dee 2 1902 S C DENNY Cashier Election Notice There will be n meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Batik of Lancaster Ky at the bank on Tuesday January ISth 1905 from ten am to two p m for time pur pose of electing five directors to serve the en suing year Dec 2nd lJ02 j B F HUDSON Cashier of LiliU G AIm Im Irt I Gar its lute a then e good I Com t tl I judgment I sold mar S brood perlor disc Cit i I I tout lure wishing S laDhI LIO- n 9 iI t utJ JhJtO JJ1 nv 1 Iiy AU Throat i O 8 i I I I I r uhiwhitioerSLi aid r ihsiztey line road the SOld JOHN 2 cwiiii Cdil1h P1 Than Other And will stockholders building j ill 2 I 1 Y80B 810 HOME1 Ve are not going to tell you theres no better place 5 on earth Yon are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you leaving M Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home thau The or SOUTHWEST LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS OR ONE WAY SETTLERS RATES ARE STILL OFFERED UY TIlE Louisville Hindersoi SfLotiis ty The Worlds Fair Line Tickets oa sale First and Third Tuesdays of erich month up to and including April 21St 1903 Ask TJs orcEO GARRETT L Traveliiig Pass Agent Genii Pass Agent LOUISTILLLS KY l 1 n LiT 3 17 r MTurKY intend EST J j RatesL J IRWIN f t1 M 1 i 4A That SmoothFinish So modi desired by al mea for their collars is at tbs Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M JST LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenucky WR t I Yen SIFk RIrE IiDPT1 Iii tia L vF E V I LXAVKLL President Vice l r I Toe ORGANiZED fS 3 NATIOR4L BIM CAPITAL SCRPU7S I M I B F HUDSOJT Cashier W O Asgt CashV C D WALK BK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt w GareM Atteatios DIRECTORS J Lewis Y Leare J ii tt Dicn B F Hudson T Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LAfcJC ASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 strRi jLcjs 10000 A R DEXXY President JOR3 B STORMES Vfce Prat S C DBXXY Cashier J J ERobtaron Asst Cashr S T Embrr BbokrfeKOcr 0 DIRECTORS y Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson X Jim E Stonnes W H Kinnainl iY J S G iJIll 19 i Of LNC1STER KY 150 I i RIG J J t JtK o eOi O 00 O O 1193 Q 0 0 o 0 0 0 i j 00e00000 000 0 0 00 Ltwms 1oBIsol- ct k ekie1 2 5 2 s 41 bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the inte iiea execute their natural functions tfjj Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics compels continual and increasing doses to fP attain results the liver acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of inter seat of the trouble vorks permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE It ee t I If9 1 if iriT f4 t r J Malarial Bilious Rersittirg mUting Fevers and going to the i L1am i 11 iJ j067jtzttitv tt p t3 and by Lan CI fhr Trains Leave No10ti SO110 11 t Ii So 20 i31 i Nol- tSr2irt L i For Uichiuund and intermediate sta tionsl For Stanford and vay stations I Trains run daily except Sunday Above is iKvviNTr 10 and 11 stop at all sta when llafxed Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOCND Number 1 daily no stop 1115 am Number Fla 112Jttm Number ft Daily am Number Daily except Sunday 753 pni NORTH EOEND whea tlasged 415 pm Number Daily Dots Not Stop Number 6 Daily Stop 130 pm Number 10 Daily except Sunday 60Jam Number I does not slop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 451 aja Hon Ihlnit 11 Nnrrmber2 stops sOs 07 The Markets CATTLE Cboim to prime sbijplns te r Medium to good stetr Choice lnthrr tars3 iiam to jrood butfheM Iorouiim to nitdrum butehors food to chute fommwu to m n t Jtr Fl ln i htmix i Medium to gtiO i Choice packing nn utehir 280 M Iain packer t fboiee light ia pigs i t ist iood piij v to Il s to extr dipping sheep S TVS 3 Fair to cxjd 3 3 4 3 75- foBintoD to medlam 1 ZV Extra hij us5 lamb KV butcher lank ComMoa tailend Uial ton I LZo Tl Jr Dee I 7 i r Good tottr st met ESIOd to ole to ia II rs i ebok tal Common mnedOl s io00 I I lli4ll it I lbs a ji tie 5Wo iHEEJ LBS JlO 2 Mwks I i n JI I S5et S 4W552 ii tar feeder Coasmn t s hotee Coaiin I vet tt s was I1s jn Choice Rongbs uo isst lbs F cod 1S 1 1 Loft PillsTake Thevtemporjfily f url constipation agitating the Iby z= fcu Are Going North T lIlcI Iin etlect IIf AJe CnnnIUV IC f c1nItJ For Uichmoiui Winchester Lexinj ton Frankfurt Louisville Cynthia 111 1nri Carlisle Maysville Cow ingtou Cincinnati etcI f For Stanford Junction City LobH non Louisville Crab Mt Version Livingston London Cor bit Middif born etc I You Are Going East You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKCTS VIA THE LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R AND SO SCW The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates If A if 1 0