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B If LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 19 1902 IfUMMMB 39 jr ttT LJ i Cd JL JL QVi dT- IIIRTEBXTII rEIlt a- r J T 1 riemY Brass Fire Sets Wrought lion Fire Sets Coal Vaces Nickel Coffee Pots Ladles Chafin Dishes Serving Dishes Pocket Knives ScissorsRazors Guns Carving Knives and a handsome line of Pearl Celluloid and Ebony Handled Knives and Forks t J U ETrnTL J CHRISTMAS j PRESENTS rT tT r f T t r 1- T I f T t I I f f r 1- T j 1 Silver fI f R Ha l n I A tia lh J a 1 r J1 1 v If You Jlcaa BUSINESS rIEi1 See These Icoplc A five room cottage on Lexington Apply to I F Robinson at National Hank We will exchange coal for rood corn at 8175 per bbl Williams Coal Yard Blue grass seed for sale II A It Marksbury Son Candies from 7ctp40c per Ib at Lancaster Grocery Co Full line fancy China and Cutglass just arrived t Thompsons n21tf I have for ale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed 25tf T F Robinson Come and pick out your present and let us lay it away for you 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Come and see our goods and get our prices before buying Stone Wall 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 You willjiiid a large variety of goods to select from at Frisbies Drugstore 124tf x Dont put off buying your Christmas the last minute but once to FriRljies drug store where you will getvmorc for your money than any place in town 124tf You will tied presents suitable for everybody at Frisbies drug store and cheaper than 124tf You can get more Xmas for your money at the Lancaster Grocery Co than any place in the city Boys toy wagons J R Ilaselden We have the best storm aprons ever brought to this market 1212 Romans Stone Wall have a large and well I selected stock of furniture that need selling Closing out sale of China Glass and Queensware Come early and get choice of the handsomest stock in the city Lancaster G rocery Co Taken lTi A big black boat weighing 140 Ibs came to my house in Juncantown about Nov 1 Owner can have same by proving property and paying for his keeping Bristow Bruce 1212t L I 1tcr street I II I I I t presents anywhere else Elmore I I lieu I C ntil goat l GS S teims Carnival OF Low Prices t We solve the question where to purchase your holiday goods Sensible ann Serviceable Gifts A colosal shattering of prices in every de partment Handsome Dress Goods at a Mod erate price Readymade Skirts at a low price Cloaks of all grades and sizes Cheaper than you ever saw them Nice line Blankets and Comforts at Reasonable Prices Good line Table Linens Napkins and Towels at popu lar prices Special line of Umbrellas for la dies and gentlemen Pretty line of linen and silk Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves and Fancy Goods Shoes Suits Overcoats Hats Shirts Underwear Ties Carpets Mattings Rugs Lace and Linen Curtains Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats price Our store is Headquarters for mas Bargains Come here and we will help you make a selection for Xmas presents 00i X81 XiJ 7 X8X01 iJrrJl0X071lJl01G5 0rJZ0101Z I lrrJrr r i NI1 Y yl7 r YtZ rgSd g aIrQ A m Ih Ii I f I I IZ a d i Ie 0 0 I I I I I I i ChristI l- rl0or0 0 0c 1as 0 000OOOOG 00000 r f 01 1 Dv 0 1 0 is t 0 t Q Q I I lJfMll l l WAll a LnGA- Nrri DRY GOODS COMPANY I o X leYj eX tJfjff XfiJf Tf1 oooox ooooo000000i D D D D D Y41 Final Notice f All taxes not paid by January 1st 1KKt will bo advertised and i sold as I im bound by law to i settle with the county by that date W L LAWSOX SGC I Remember the Hilly West Minstrels Court House Doc 25th We can sell you a 30 suite of furni ture for 15 Nut secondhand but Come and see them Stone Wall Table Cutlery Y yes Ilaselden has a large line and the newest patterns We can furnish you repairs for your farm wagons cheap 1212 Romans Elmore Why not buy something substantial for Xmas Ve have the best line of furniture in Kentucky which you should look over before making your T A ISeazley I am now in C Thompson jew clry and fancy goods store come let me sell you your Xmas goods Victor Stone IZoue For Ken My house and lot on Danville street Possession given lan 1st Apply to Mrs Kilen Rettis 545 Elm Tree Lane Lexington Ky tf Take advantage of the pretty and have your pictures made while artist comes lie will be here Friday Come see our carriage heaters for keeping your feet warm they arecheap 1212 Romans Elmore Homemade caramels the best ever put the Lancaster market at 1212 immers Dont forget Fox the photographer will be here Friday For sale A few tike yellow bronze turkeys toms and hens W Elmore tf Dont worry about your Xmas pros emits but see JIaseldcns stock prices the lowest We will be pleased tu have everyone visit our store and see our line of goods Frisbies Drugstore 124tf Ed C Gaines is prepared to furnish all kind of cut llowers on the shortest See Beaxleys elegant Rockers Sofas and other pretty furniture suitable for Christmas 2212 Why waste your money on some useless article when 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 Remember the place to buy the best goods for the least money is J Josephs A nice coal vase or lire set would slake a handsome present J R Ilas elden We have some ladies heavy which we will sell at a bargain Quality the best prices the lowest J Joseph Send your girl a bunch of pretty for Xmas Ed C Games will get them here in less time than it takes to tell it New stock of Xmas books at See Haseldens line of useful Christ mas presents The best homemade caramels you ever tasted 1212 From J F Adams stock pens on Tuesday Nov 25th one black and white spotted jersey cow dehorned Any information will be liberally re warded Adams The nicest suites of furniture beds and rockers you oversaw make good Christmas gifts Stone Wall Attractions at Klrksyillo Dont fail to see W II Harris min strels at Shepherds Hall Tuesday Dec 23rd street parade and free con cert at 330 See Minnie Dykes at Shepherds Hall Dec She gives the same programme in this thriving little town thatShe recently gave in Lexington Winchester Richmond and Danville Band minstrel and oyster supper at Dec 20th lJ02 Free Coal T II Luc and Leavel Every 30 days we propose to 15 bushels of coal With 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 Dont fail to hear Dan the best mandolin player in Kentucky with Billy West Minstrels at Dec 25th i 0 f II t a- lit Xmas selections r Foxthe 1 holiday notice something Thom p sons now at Zimmers Etrnrcd J F folding 26th ShepherdsJIall giveaway ever Lee Leavel Court- House tat tr a 4 a silopwot n weather Ill underwear Ile veins sideboards S Jones f I Billy West Minstrels Doc 25th Monday isnuuily court day Remem ber Tim KKCOKOS dollar when you The City Council says theres to be no shooting Xmas Lets sec There is talk of a Christmas tree at the Presbyterian church next week If you owe this ollice please come up and pay us If you have a bill against us dont come Wonder how many others feel this way about it 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 This ollice will be open every day next week and if you want job work bring it slung and it will be done quicker than halifax can scorch a feather G Hilly West says he will riot allow the accident to happen this time which befell him last year in his other show Ile carries accident insurance See him at Court House Dec 25th All Cincinnati mail placed 111 the before 7J5 is sent out on No 11 at S2 that night and it is on to Livingston thus reaching Cincinnati at 730 a m Jt is not held fur our north bound TSo 10 as stated in last issue This is a tine arrange ment Dix river has been on a rampage this week and much loss of fencing and other property is reported Col J J Walker had a big lot of hemp swept away as did Mr W R Cook The river was over the pike at this point Kentucky river has also been higher than in several years Churuli Kca y Sunday The painters completed their work on the Christian church Monday the scaffolding has been removed and the building will be ready for occupancy Sunday morning at which time Bro Moore will preach The interior of the building is now one of the in the state and the work of the painter has been highly complimented In next issue of rIm RKCOKO we hope to give a detailed description of the house together with a picture thereof lrs Your Ortler We have just completed arrange ments with the Coyle Stationery Co Chicago whereby we can furnish all kind of engraved cards wedding invi tations in fact anything in the en graving line at most reasonable Why send your order in and pay double price when we can save you money on these goods We also on hand the prettiest line of Lions ball programs etc ever kept by a country printing unite andean make it to your interest to see us tf The Record Otlice lintel Co Viiuliiii IIiisiuetiM The Garrard Hotel Co has about wound up its business and tells THE RECOKU their lot is for sale One of the gentlemen says they will give a big bargain to a new company that will rebuild See here ye capitalists dont you think enough of your town to put a little of your dough where it will help the community and at the same time bring you reasonable re turns We think there are enough such citizens here to build a hotel The present company will not rebuild so the time to get the matter on foot lluio ifiiisic Arrangements made for a piano solo contest here on Monday night Dec 29 20 in gold to be the successful contestant None over IS years of age will be permitted to enter and the age of contestants will be considered by the judges Those desiring to enter will please leave names at this otlice at once to go on the program A live dollar gold piece will also be given to the best ragtime piano soloist to be settled by the audience Contestants of any age or either sex can enter this con test only seven being permitted to enter Send names to this office at once Tickets 50c at McRoberts Gen eral admission loc children 15 cents on first two front seats The house will be well heated Certificates Issued A special from Danville to the Cou rier Journal says The officials of the convention which nominated Judge M C Sautley and John Sam Owsley have completed making out their cer titicates of nomination one of which will to the Secretary of State while the others will be sent at the propcr time to the of the vari ous counties in the district This ac tion when taken will bring the whole matter to an issue as a contest will then develop The legal procedure will be a mandamus suit against the county clerks by of the candidates compelling them to place his name beneath the Democratic emblem which will throw the whole matter into the courts However the matter could be settled by the Executive Committe of the district declaring the nominee It is understood here that the State Central Committee could act only in an advisory manner r allelic in I I ice p m i taken prettiest lilt now s awarded sent sect ks Lf eatrl OY ll ei ealll high LLCY ire prices have are being be pile j The event of the season Billy West Minstrels at Court House Dec 25th Attendance at the Sunday Schools has been remarkably good the last few weeks It would be downright mean tt say about Christmas in this connection Bill Gill a wellknown colored man was stricken by paralysis last week and has since remained in a critical condition He is an industrious man and well thought of by the white peo pIe The Baptist Sunday School will give a Christmas Ladder at the church Thursday afternoon the 25th at two oclock Appropriate exercises will be held Farm Mrs Nixon Perkins and brother Sheriff Billy Lawson sold their farm in the Flatwood neighborhood to a Mr Morgan The place contains 125 acres and the price was S20 per Property Mr Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard has purchased of Fred Kem per the litters handsome new home on Water street price 2500 Mr Beazley and family will soon move here and THE RKCOHD extends them a hearty New Coacli Capt Phil Price has been given a new coach for the local short dog It is much larger than the old one and is as comfortable as can be found any where This train makes pretty good time now and is not bad travel ing at all A Great Savin A great many housekeepers have put in furnaces and abandoned the old grate fires It has been proven that the furnace system is much chea per absolutely safe and does away with many inconveniences One tells us he now heats his entire house bath room and all with less coal than it takes for two grates The cost of the furnace is not much Knew A Good TIiliis The latest takeoff on that a man died and went toHeaven St Peter was walking with him through the pearly streets showing the sights etc when they passed a man bound in chains Why whats that exclaimed the newarrival A man bound in chains here in Heaven What does it mean Well replied St Peter That fellow lived down in the Blue Grass region of Kentucky and if he can pos sibly break those chains he will make his escape from here and go back i I ClirisUual Ladder Sold acre welcome very Kentucky- is anything Buys Gentleman Billy West Minstrels at the Court louse Thursday Dec 25 See them A Danville Ky grocervman spends 1200 annually for newspaper adver tising in a town of about 5000 He finds it necessary now to employ ten clerks and is about to es tablish a branch house at Perryville The Danville man has learned how to use newspaper space liberally and in telligently He spends 3100 a month for this only ad vertising and his pockets are bulged Better Truck Since the sleeping cars are run on the Livingston branch the section men have less trouble keeping up this branch of the road Foremen Dave Collier and Billy Brown tell us the sleeper knocked all their elbows and it was almost impossible to keep the track in proper shape Pullman cars ire weighted down and have twelve wheels each and it takes the very best tracks and ballast to hold them Interest in the meeting at the Pres byterian church is increasing larger congregations attending this week A number of persons have united with the church Several young men have united which has had the effect of awakening a new interest by the young people Rev Mr Akers is a fine preacher and his discourses are great ly enjoyed Mr Chumbley the pastor is one of the hardest workers for his Masters cause that we have ever seen and the people should certainly appre ciate nis efforts to build up the church and turn people from the evil of their way The services will continue sev eral days longer Services at 230 and 7 p m every day Dont Get the Bis Head Fairview Review We heard a fel low remark the other day that Mr So and So could not run his business without a certain one of his employes Now we will be jumped up and run all around if we or heard of a position that cnuM not be filled if a person decided t ver his or her con nection from a jou from the easiest or most trying ones There never was and never will be a time when some one cannot be found to take up mans work and carry it on just as successfully if not better than the former When a person is holding a position of any importance gets such a foolish notion crossways in his crani um and thinks he is the vhole show he had better look out for something is gwine to drap and he will be searching the want columns of some daily papers He may be a valuable man but there are others jes as good S kindthe kindof I curves into I Illtereat Increariu ever another 81200 population saw Dont fail to see John Gill Klnnaird the young commedian with the Billy West Minstrels Court House Thurs day Dec 25th The Governors TVltnease A Louisville paper jokingly tells that Gov Bradley had seventyfive witnesses in a case the other day and when the court saw them line up he at once adjourned and took to the woods Of course this was told in fun but if the Governor thought it required that many to win his case he would most certainly have them there Gov Bradley tights each case like his life depended upon that one and he generally knocks the props from un der Ills opponents too Good Trade The merchants report a very good Christmas trade but it has not been up to expectations until this week The people are buying a better class of stuff this year and the handsomest goods go first There is a large assort ment In town and our advice to pros pective buyers is to go at once and see Santa or you might get left Consult our advertising columns and you will see a long list of hustling merchants who are anxious to wait upon you and who will appreciate your trade t J A BEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 Q Life insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums 0 of 3500 and upward I Embalmin t RL 0000000000000000000u Q o l C 606 NOW FOR TfrE HOLIDAYS With the passing of Thanksgiving our thoughts turn toward that Gift Giving day Christmas which is only a short time oft Weve been for the Holiday trade for weeks brought the BEST here for to select from useful articles that 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 display of Clothing Shoes Hats Underwear Neckwear Silk and Linen Mufflers Suspenders Gloves and many We will save you money on any ar ticle you will buy from us for Christ 1 I II II preparing andweeks Handkerchiefs usefularticles mas k Yare The One Price Clothier N T LOGAN l J 1 0IJBrciJlWrJlj I fiilji Ir gjl lli1 YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST I n wi1F rn OLD HICKORY WAGONS Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c lfID m PH TONS 1m R 0 MAN S illELM 0 R E fi FjfilJSriJf iJ andoi r F e o o o CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Kyat SccondClaft Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Dec 19 AND now comes the axe trust which we presume will be soon followed by the hammer trust Then what will the knockers do poor things MARKET reports say the wire trust continues to increase the prico on its product If this keeps up Dame Fashion will be forced to abandon the bustle TnE fewer brains a man has the more mouth he has and the greater his propensity for using it If you dont believe this attend a political convention Sism CA3iriiELis Somerset as a semiweekly is a greatsuccess Seph is a yard wide and all wool as clever a man as the Alwise Being ever put upon earth SOME people seem to think the par for match is more to be feared than the red anarchist But unfortunately the ones who are afraid compose a ve ry small minority of people E7 As TilE football season is over of the game are beginning to look upon the cripples as de mphools instead of heroes Second thought generally puts a new phase on ABOUT the only trust that has bust ed Is the peanut trust But they might have known it would be impos sible to corner the product with so many peanut politicians in active competition A NEW man who was out hunting the other day mistook his brother for a deer and shot and killed him It is wonderful how many dif ferent things the human form looks like to a man with a gun AUTO Runs into a Ditch Auto Strikes Elevated Turns a Somersault Judging by these head lines from one column of a New York paper the life of the rich is not en tirely without excitement A CHICAGO woman asks for 830000 damages for a broken heart She ought to consult that Chicago who recently sewed up a damag ed heart and saved the life of the pa tient She would would save money by doing so MARK TWAIN says joyfully that his wife is getting better every day and he has often remarked that she was the best wife in the world This is very much like Sam Jones who tells his wife that it is very seldom he meets a woman he thinks more of than he does her T SOME of the newspapers who are generally on the lookout for some mean thing to say about railroads are 1902 admirers Yons PostAuto physician Journal anything serenely silent just now Its time for renewal of annual passes you know Some newspaper men am by this like most small boys are about going to Sunday School just before Christmas Now is the time when Happy New Year will be Hung at everything and everybody Well we wish most a Happy New Year but there are some who we hope will have to travel a rough and rugged year This may be the wrong spirit but when a man tries to injure our business sine ply because we dont see things his way and oppose every improvement for the town that fellow can go to the old nick so far as we are concerned To the friends of THE RECORD we do wish the richest blessings not only during the new year but for all time to come MARKSlSDltY A few days ago Mr Fred ITiighes caught in a trap near his homea large red fox Mr Bogie purchased the skin and will have it made into a nice parlor rug Ladies and gentlemens Rings in Diamonds plain and fancy set at ThompsonsThe Working Society met last Thursday with Miss JennieSwope That being the last meeting new officers were elected for the ensu ing year The Society and church re quested Rev Stallings to write a of condolence to Rev B A Copass Our line of leather goods is tionally pretty ask that show them to you Frisbies Drug Store Mr Alfred Boner of Danville spent Sunday with the old folk Mrs J 1 Hamilton of Lancaster attended ser vices at the Fork church Sunday and dined with Miss Sue Sutton Virgil Chesnut of IIedgeville w a s with friends here Sunday Miss Katha rine Moore will close a very successful school at Rice Academy Friday Dec 19 She will have a box supper at the school house on the 18th Proceeds to school library and Ladies Aid Society Dr Roberts will give a with stereoptican views at Pleas ant Grove church on the evenings of Dec 20 21 22 Admission free 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 and he will save vou money on them Friends and relatives here were very sad on receiving the news of the death of Mrs O S Williams which occurred at her home in Burgin Dec 8 at ten oclock of typhoid fever Deceased was born and raised in this communi ty Until a few years ago she moved with her husband and family to Bur gin She leaves a husband and four sons to mourn her loss She will be greatly missed in her family church and community She was truly a Christian always ready to help the distressed and needy Her loved ones should mourn not for they have the blessed assurance that she is now safe in the arms of Jesus She received THE RECORD regularly and was glad to hear the news from her old neighborhood and county everybody we to- go lecture always letter cote p REMOVAL SALEAs we are intending to remove our shop we will during the month of December sell the I t111tt PRESENTSTOCKOF MONUMENTS andMARKERS at great sacrifice to boxing and hauling Come and get first pick You will save money The Garrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET save I I I It itulllIIUfIlUI ti iY ArLt iiLtI JUDSOX I C M Moberley is about well John Lane has almost completed his house Ed Xaylor Jr rented J S Stones farm for the ensuing year We take orders for cut llowers the finest grown Thompson Frank Dennis and Henry Crima made a flying trip to Lexington last weekSpecial line of Ladies Misses and Childrens rubbers at Hoc The Logan Dry Goods understand a Bryantsville mill ionaire is offering 3 per bushel for hemp seed Nearly all of our goods are exclusive designs we will b3 pleased to show them Frisbies Drug Store 124tf We think the belt has been changed and the wet end given to us We read of the rain belt you know Lowry Speaks took a notion sudden ly to emigrate and is at present loca ted in Baker City Oregon We wish him abundant success Xmas Jewelry in Brooches Stick Pins Cuff Buttons Pin Sets Studs at ThompsonsJ visited his mother in Mad ison Erasmus Allen expects to lo cate soon in Wilmore and engage in the livery business PAINT LICK Tack Adams is still in the coal Paint Lick creek was higher than it has been for 12 years Frisbies drug store is the place to buy your holiday goods 124tf Mr Will Rocker and Miss Daisy Boyd of Berry Ky were married in Lexington at the Phoenix hotel Mon day lath Ladies Misses and Childrens hats selling at halt price at The Logan Dry Goods Co There will be u Christmas tree at Fairview church on Dec 2f at two oclock All denominations are cor dially invited We have the most beautiful line of nice stationery we have ever shown and will appreciate your patronage 124tf Frisbies Drug Store Misses Iattie and Alice Grinstead of College II ill are the guests of Misses Elisa Rucker and Annie Burke Ed Andenson spent Sunday with his brother John Anderson of PointLeav ell Mrs George Ballard died at her home near Wallaceton Saturday eve ning Dec 14 the remains will be in terred in the Richmond cemetery Tuesday morning The family have the sympathy of the entire communi ty Born to the wife of A F Cald well on the 14th a tine 10 lb boy of which Forgie is very proud that he now has a pair Wallace Galfney of Edinburg ill is here on a visit and will spend the holidays with his of this place Wallace is a good boy and we are all glad to see him at home again FLATWOODS W II Furr has sonic nice fat hogs and cattle for sale Joe Ball has bought two acres of land from Clel Terrell for 4000 We have the largest line of mechani cal toys ever shown in Lancaster 124tf Frisbies Drug Store W II Furr has bought 100 bbl of corn from J C Cloose for 175 a bbl deliv ered Fine line of rugs for the Holiday trade at The Logan Dry Goods Co You can buy a cook or heating stove at Haseldens and have a large stock to select from Joe Rothwell a very worthy colored man of this neighborhood of pneumonia last week James Prat hers family left for Bedford Ind last week Miss Sudie Merryman Miss Myrtle Cormney Saturday and Sunday Will Spangle visited W II Furr Sunday and Monday Mr- V F Smith visited at Mr G WSpangle Sunday Billy Lawson and wife and Edd Cook visited at Lawson Sunday There was preaching at Good Hope last Sunday by the pastor Rev Murrel He will also preach next Sunday CAKTERSYILLE The meeting closed atCartersChapel last Tuesday night Ladies Rings and Watches the prettiest in the market Thompson the Jeweler n21tf There will be Christmas tree at Car ters Chapel Christmas eve A wedding will precede the distribution of You will find a handsome line of umbrellas for ladies and gents suitable for an Xmas present at The Logan Dry Goods Co The night driver from the Berea hotel went on his regular trip when his horses got scared and ran off turned the wagon over threw the driver out and bruised him up very badlyCome see the handsome line of hosiery and shoes at J Josephs Miss Lena Hoop of Pittsburg is visiting her aunt Mrs C S Roop at this place Mrs Dural and daughter were visiting Mrs J B Carter last week Mrs F II Kehlar entertained- a number of friends Sunday To Temperance People Regular meeting of Lancaster 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 Co- Ve cn business parents died visited lose presents I yesterday winter Alliance Fellows Monday 4 1 L 44 W C Pettns is erecting a stock barn on place There will he a Christmas tree Christmas eve M F Baker will move to the farm he bought on Sugar Creek Sam Anderson bought sonic nice hogs from J M Cress for file Born to the wife of Mr B D Holtz claw the i th inst a line boy- D M Anderson is delivering his hogs to J II Baughman Co at per hun dredW II Cummins is building a large crib so he will have some place to put his corn W II Brown shipped a mixed load of hogs and cattle from Brodhead last SaturdayRev B Cockrill sold his corn and hay to B 1 Holtclaw corn at 2 and hay at 47 Ac J R Haselden is the place to buy your boys a nice saddle or your self a set of Harness We receive the newest music each mouth for introductory num bers all duplicates 25c at Thompsons The Baptists have changed their preaching time to the lust and third Sunday in each month It has been raining here for about three weeks so people can scarcely do any work The roads are getting real muddy and bad- J B Hutchins closed his school last week with a nice entertainment Some line instrumental and vocal music All report a nice time What would please your boy better than a shot gun or rifel J R Has eldenWe have the prettiest line of Rock ers ever brought to Lancaster and nothing is more appropriate for a Christinas present J A Bealey Jno W Cummins went over to Dan ville on business last week W P White was III Lancaster Saturday W C Pettus is at home from Brodhead We are expecting Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson hunk from George town next week Notwithstanding 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 making purchases we save you money and you can rely absolutely on getting the best values for your money at our store J Joseph J5KYANTSVILLE Born to the wife of Benjamine P Swope a tine boy Little Sam fell from a horse and broke his arm A cloak or wrap is an appropriate Christmas gift See J Joseph about this taking tobacco down his foot sUpped and fell twelve feet striking on his head he was unconscious for several hours at this writing he is doing nicely Mr Leslie Ruble and Miss Nellie Scott were married Thursday Mrs George Ballard is the guest of Mrs A S HaseldenMr and S N Stead man were called to Lexington Monday on business Mrs C J Armstrong is the guest of Mrs Johnson EOUHXE- Wm Duncan sold to Allan Ray 14 bbl of corn at 200 per Doc Jackson bought a nice bunch of shoats from Job Marsee at octs James Pollard sold a colt to J B Bourne price 2500 Fox Turner sold his crop of tobacco to Tom Politer at 5 and islets See our steel Range with resevoir and warding closet with complete set of trimmings 2500 J R Haselden Mr John Hill and wife of McCrcary were guests of Mr Allan Ray and Sunday Mrs A D Upton and son Clel of Faulconer visited her daughter Mrs Job Marsee Saturday and Sunday Mr Doc Middleton was with his brother Mr Tames Mid dleton who remains quite Miss Loa Duncan entertained a number of friends Sunday evening Huston Fmley of Danville visited Mr Tom Turner and family Saturday and Miss Agnes Graham of Wil more returned home Sunday after a several weeks visit with her cousin Miss Mayme Adams v T IT blatters of Interest to Tile Good Ladles Who Fight The Truilic Rev Henry Faulkner has come out winner in a prohibition election in Hillsborough Ohio It was a heated contest but the temperance party cur ried the day by 174 votes thereby clos ing thirteen saloons Mr Faulkner has always been a warm advocate of temperanceSaturday is Crusade day every is urged to come and bring with them If you have never taken a stand for give us your name Free will offerings will be in order PKOGUAMME Devotional service Mrs A R Moore The work of the W C T Mrs May Patterson Where the White Ribbon has gone Miss Ida May Grant Why the young women should engage in this Oilvia Sweeney Duties of Womanhood in to the W C T U Mrs R L Elkin Benediction Mrs R E McRoberts r 1 Z llUACagUSlLLg I t I Isis I Hic cash time son painful Irs bbl family ilL Sunday hunt member someone and U work relation lie e C you sea ofCharlicLcaguc u ihiss r hear cliiltireu 1 have shipped it huge stuck of Xmas toys to Mr i Thompson your stcrkiiigs ready and leave worth with T what ton j wish Your uncle Santa Gold watches for ladies and gentle jinen make nice X mas presents Jeweler Only ji few winter robes left They go at a bargain Romans Ehnore Josepli has some beautiful handker chiefs suitable for Christmas Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RKCOUD oillce Bring all the little people rill to see our line of Christmas goods we have things that will please them 124tf Frisbies Drug Store A splendid assortment ol rubbers at Josephs Get a pair before you con tract a cold House for rent Possession given at once W J Romans You will lind the prices at Frisbies Drug Store cheaper than any place in town quality considered 124tf Ionicmade candies fresh lot excel lent quality at Ximmers restaurant Tsew stock of Accordcans Harps and full line of Bell strings at Thomp Frisbies line holiday goods is the nicest in town You cannot afford to miss it A 124tf Fox the photographer Friday New stock bead purses and bags cheap for cash at Thompsons If you want a tine black cake call at Zimmers We have some splendid ones at reasonable prices Fancy candies Lowneys Leassee and Hoadleys best at Zimmcrs for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Ky II D Ald See our line of nickel and silver lin ed coffee and tea pots J R Ilasel den I have a few airtight heating stove that we will make a special price for Christmas J l Haselden l ovn on I Sir sir the newspapers of this country by their extended publication of sensational crimes and incidents are doing an incalculable amount of injuryThats right The people shouldnt be permitted to read such details The less they know about crime and 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 Shake If you want the freshest groceries best fruits nice candies and in anything to be found in a firstclass store call on R L Underwood near Marksbury 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 Time undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons nut to trespass upon our lauds for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leaven Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs IS Anderson R A Beazley Clay Sutton Win Lear T L Hroaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear H L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs Jllansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S JHK R Henry W A Burton Mrs P D Gill Letters remaining i Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending Dec lath 1002 Robert Beazly Theo Burnside J II Bush John Cook Sue Mason John Marten Austin Rise William Weave If called for say advertised Wm West P M- Ifloiuit nivlllclc Embroidery I tun 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 first ex change next Saturday at the post ollice They will have everything for a good dinner These exchanges will beheld every Saturday until January 1 with one on December 24 All or ders carefully filled 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 T S BEAZUGY tact r en us f n the 5un s B ltf f Farm rid e tJ tr tier Icrimi- nals I factI I IOSTED I llCLai ISJU LWIli ltS EXeltnttZc Christian I I Dl Thtnn5 presents Mar sbur lttegcrr t law- S C ionic ls DENTIST Office over Dr Kinnairds oppo site Presbyterian church Danville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money tc loan per cent on real estate mortgages at t You will be luckyI- f you buy your Fall and Winter Suit and Overcoat We carry on a merchant tailoring business and guarantee oar customers everything that ugbt to be guaranteed in made omeasure garments for men and boys Our line is big We carry upwards of four hundred patterns in the newest and nobbiest fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS Art points are found in oar garments The trimmings linings materials and stitching are those of much higherpriced tailoring in fact we give you the highpriced tailoring vaitbaKi the high Others Get 20 jot Gar 14 S mad Suits Handsome patterns We carry only the select ooaservativc dignified patterns such as the welldressed gentleman wears We can show you much better than we can you J C HSMPHILL Lancaster ARE NOW ARRIVING AT ofus t Jig ltest these rCS Si tell 4 f nOD InAY r t b U U U 4 t pa THs L nil muU 4 l ill1 Hi I Drug Store Dont buy your Until you have examined our We were very careful in selecting our stock and know we can please you both in quality and price We will stave you money Handsome China and Leather goods Mechanical Toys in fact Every thing suitable for Xmas DANVILLE ST S Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store We Can Supply Your Want T i n o 0 8 O1RSTAS GOOD g 8 0 Ii fj Lal ahl i 0 o 0 o 0 0 Frisb es Dug Storeo 0U 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 00 e Every OJOGOvOvOv O Oc 0O4e000c30JOv0 Ov000 O 0 0 oo tflStock 0 t 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators I We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SON f Successors to T M Higginbotham 4 I i t nil 111111 III II IIIII IIIII 1II INt4 6a H I r 0 HTT GET IN YOUR VOTES li CLOSES 24th DAY of DECEMBER LIST OF LEADING VOTES lj 10 0 01t8 t0 i 0r 000 JJrJrjJi r I Ht1RRY BURRY eii I p IeVVAGON CONTE rr 0I E y a Frank Pierce JI C Arnold Denny W It Cook Win Rovston 1 B Ruble E II Walker 1 A Sanders TF White 1 I Woner 1 M 1 II Dunn Jas II Dunn I t5- flJ H- iW B SS 7 fi4 47 29 J C Pox 21 53 JI f 271- ILE lit t 62 31 3 Sag 22 Jno IJ Parks Tcvis Thompson John Bourne 1 B Robinson A K Walker Robt Burton TCGullcy Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold 1 Y Robinson Frank Holtclaw L F Warner O T Layton Walter Casey fIs 7m HIe 11 11 010 t S 0 IS 15 y12 t ITS Robinson rEi Counting Cum tee fJlIInard J m J IJffii hDcnny u Gossip People ve A Brief Mention of the Comings and H Goings by Those We Arc Interested r f Miss Alberta Hilton visited Tuesday Miss Xorma Elmore is visiting rela tives in Richmond Mr Jonas R ticker of Ford was a visitor here Sunday Miss Katie Lee Denny visited Miss Fannie Doty Sunday Mr Homer Batson of Louisville is expected during the holidays Miss Sue Wood of Stanford was a visitor here a few days this week MesclamesI I Hamilton and M E Wilson left Thursday for Mississippi Miss Sophenia Fox is visiting her grandmother Mrs Sophenia Fox ot DanvilleMr left Tuesday for Law renccburg where he will be on duty as storekeeperMrs leaves tomorrow to spend Christmas with relatives in Lawrenceburg and Shelbyville Mr and Mrs J S Bowman are to spend the holidays with her par ents Mr William Anderson and wife Mrs I T and daughter Miss Daisy and Miss Nannie Foley of Bar Ixturville arc visiting W II Smith and familyMrs J L Arnold of this city and granddaughter Mrs M E Wilson of Mississippi visited relatives in Rich mond Saturday and Sunday Miss Margaret Tomlinson will leave Monday for Nashville to join a house party given by Mrs A II Rice in honor of Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Mrs Ranks Hudson and pretty baby Porter Scott leave tomorrow to spend the holidays in Lexington with her parents Mr and Mrs Kennedy The W C T U will hold an open ses sion tomorrow afternoon at half past two oclock Refreshments will be served All invited Mr Percy bland has joined his wife and baby for a few days visit to Mr nulK Mrs M I Hughes lie and his ily will leave tomorrow for their fa way home in Spokane Falls Miss Alice Collier of San Francisco Cal daughter of Henry Collier de ceased was married Dec 10th to Mr Win 1 Traeger of Los Angeles Cal Miss Collier is the granddaughter of Mr Muses Collier of this city Doors open Satnr day 20th to 25th for our DISPLAY OF FINE CHINA Fruits Candies the biggest lot ever brought Lancaster You will wonder if Hal lou will ever sell them all simming jo saipmifl ju Xoone in city ev er handled as big a lot of Fruit SWEET ORANGES LARGE BANANAS CANDIES SEE TilE RUST COME GET FIRST CIIOICE H M Ballon Salesmen J W Simpson Ed C Gaines Will Ball w rll Pope tot FINE j Lexington 1 1 Kirby expected members especially Free To All I 1 l I Miss Mamie Ball is visiting friend in Stan ford Mr and Mrs J D Muss left last week for North Carolina Mr John T Williams has moved in his new residence on Idiot street Misses Isabelle and Maggie Hurt were in Danville shopping Wednesday Mr and Theodore Moran of of London were visitors here Sunday Mrs Porter and pretty little baby have gone to Ohio to spend the huh days A splendid likeness of Mr Henley Bastin appeared in Saturdays Journal Mr J I Hamilton has gone to Mem Tenn his wife will join him next week Messrs W B Burton James Smith and Frank Marksbury were visitors in Danville Monday Rev and Mrs W Akcrs of Mem phis arc guests of Rev C M Chumb ley and wife Miss Jennie Glasscock has returned from a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Lucy Hays of Ilyattsville Mrs Ilarvc McRoberts and little daughter of Stanford visited Mrs R E McRoberts Thursday- Mr J M Logan has returned from the city with a line of special goods for the holiday trade Mrs S P Grant and daughter Miss lava of Danville spent several days the past week with Mrs II A Price I Misses Margueriete and Isabelle Hurt of Ilyattsville were guests f Miss Jennie at Mr J T Williams last Thursday Richmond Register Mrs C J Powell and son Rupert who have been visiting Mrs W Short have re turned to their home at Lancaster Danville News Mrs W Hughes and daughter Mrs Arnold of Lancas ter were the guests of Mr and Mrs S R Burnside Tuesday and Wednes dayMr and Mrs J A Elsener of Char leston W Ya are expected home next Tuesday to spend the holidays with there parents Mr and Mrs N Miller and family A splendid likeness of Judge R A LJurnsidc appeared in Thursdays Cou rier Journal He left yesterday for Louisville where he will tale charge of his appointment Mrs C K McGugin who has been visiting her sister Mrs R A Burn side returned to Lixington Thursday for a few lays before going to her home in Howard Ohio Our old friend lames Underwood of Parksville was here this week and made this ollice a pleasant call lie is one of those gentlemen who make the printers heart glad by keeping his subscription paid a year ahead The following invitations have been issued A China Sale Friday and Saturday Dec Decorated Elkin Lancaster Ky Sisters Millinery Parlors Richmond Register Messrs John Burnside Duke Goodloe and Will Wallice of Garrard spent Saturday in this city Mr Guy Davidson and Miss Rozella Gullcy of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs Z T Rice Sat urday Col D G Colston was married Wed nesday in Paris Tex to Miss Thisbe Ethel Elliott of that city The bride is a daughter of Jas E Elliott a prominent citizen of Texas Col Col son who is a brother of Mrs W IJ Moss of this city has many friends in the state and is a clever gentleman The following invitations have been received by friends here Mrs Alice Adams requests the honor of your presence at the marriage of her daughter Edwin Merriwether to Mr William Randall on Thursday evening December twenty fifth one thousand nine hundred and two at nine oclock Christian church has freqently visited Mrs Fleece Robin son of this city Mr W B Rucker formerly of this city was married at Lexington Mon day to Miss Helen Boyd Cynthiana The bride is one of the most popular girls in Harrison county and is said to I Irs phi I I I UIls lock I 1 1 20 by Sallie At Noel Rams Courier Miss Danville Kentucky i bo qulto p Hfcy Mr Rucker Is dIy operator in Danville lied ano ct the boston til 0 is tine youiig man and niaju friends here at hume wish him much happiness- i Prof Todrij who is teaching at Point Burnside will be at home during the holidays Master LUcian Grant was one of the winners in the doll contest in the Courier loiirnal Mrs Alicp Canada of Barbourville is expected to visit her sisters next weep Mrs T Hays of Ilyattsville and 1 T Williams this city Misses Lizzie Tatem and Lettie Parson of1 Point Leave were the guests of Mrs John T Williams and Miss Jennie Glasscock Wednesday The young gentlemen have decided to have a Saxton dance luring the holidays the date yet to be arranged As the carpits will be up at the Masonic Hall these splendid rooms have been engaged for the occasion We are asked to say that no one man woman or child will be admitted without a ticket The boys show good judgment in this as it will keep out objectionable characters and some longtongued women who go to com ment on the dancers DrSandlin returned Monday from a trip through the West lie spent sev era days at Clinton Mo with our former landlord T B Long He says he is delighted with Clinton gild it is possible that he may locate there but Kentucky stands pretty close to the Doctor He says the night before he left Clinton the four colored servants from Lancaster came to his door and sang My Old Kentucky Home which touched him in a very tender spot Old Huh is kept pretty busy calling trains and sonic of the long names get Bob pretty badly mixed up but he is catching on Mr Long has a much larger hotel than the Garrard and the arrivals run about fifty per day lie and Mrs Long eat their kindest regards to their Lancaster friends They can rest assured that there are many people here in who wish them all happiness STONE There will be preaching at Scotts Fork the third Sunday by Rev Cont ney Let everyone come and him a good hearing Bio Meldrum delivered his farewell address last Sunday night at Scotts Fork He will start on a trip around the world Tan 1st to be gone four years We did not like to give him up our church has been strengthened and bull up since his stay with us May God bless and prosper him wherever he may go A tiny little visitor arrived at the home of L M CrutchfieM christened j Allene Miss Pearl Sanders spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Sam Duncan Misses Viola and j and ids Minta Finger visited Ilatt ie Duncan last week M isses Ida and Willie Pierce of Buckeye a number of their young friends last Monday among them were Misses Pearl and Jewell Sanders and Carrie Brown and Minnie Ray Messrs John and Lloyd SandcrsSidney Dickerman George Ray and Bro damn All reported a tine time I i A Dean Is on the sick list We are soon to have a blacksmith shop in our town Spoonville is on a boom Mr Joe A Ross and Morris Ross are preparing to prize and ship their large crop of tobacco Mr E G Creech our clever merchant is doing a big business selling boots this muddy weather Curtis Bros of this place sold their crop of about 7000 Ibs tobacco to Simmons for Sets all round The 4th Saturday and Sunday in Dec is our regular meeting days at Freedom Church Business of impor tance to be transacted Every mem ber should attend Miss Minnie Broaddus School closed at this place on the 2 of Dec with ap propriate exersises conducted by the teacher Miss Minnie is an excelent teacher and a most accomplished lady R A Prather has moved to this town from his farm near by Mr Prather is a good citizen and kind neighbor we therefore welcome him in our midst Mr Charley Croucher and Miss Adelia Prewitt of this place drove to your city last week and were married they are both nice young people and highly respected May their married life be long and happy ISUENA VISTA A 1 Scott bought of Fred Green one hog for 12 W P Ruble bought of Mr Cunning ham 14 hogs at lic Marshal Scott bought of Richard Brogle head of cattle for 52 j Jas Spilman sold to Smith Dunn of Burgin 2 head of cattle averaging TOO Ibs at 3c A T Scott our hustling merchant has been enlarging his store house for the second time within the last four montns The Prohibition Alliance held an meeting last Thursday even ing Their next meeting will be held Years night- S W Munday and family of liar rodsburg spent Sunday with friends here Mr Alva Overstreet of Tessa mine and Tames Floyd from near Bur gin attended church here Sunday Mrs Ed Jackson and Mr Board of liar rodsburg were guests o Mr Robinson Sunday The marriage of j t hIs J I I I I I I I Lancaster I S P I I New I John I tic hire Hiss entertained Hattie Mel MNA certainly S interesting Miss Torn Union to llr O M Reives tok pluce at bridess honm last Wrdiiisday morning The bride was attired in a beautiful suit of blue The ceremony was performed in an impressive manner by the brides father Rev II J Tomlinson A num her of beautiful and valuable presents were received J T Wilson and sou former merchants here left last week for Pink Jessamine county where thgy will engage in the merchantile bus ness Leslie Ruble and Miss Nell Scott both prominent young people of this place d re vc to Burgin last Thurs day and were married at the Metho dist parsonage by Rev Tones From thence they went to Harrodsburg where they were entertained by Mrs Munday sister of the groom MrsG II Lane was shopping in Danville one day last week Mr Goo Welsh and Attorney Fox of Danville made a business trip to our village Saturday Miss Cornelia Hamilton has re turned from a visit toMrsLewisIIrown near 3Tichoiasville Will Proc tor of Mercer was the guest of her daughter Mrs Will Scott a part of last week Word was received here last week of the death of Mrs Williams of Burgin She was a resident of this count fur several 3 ears Elizabeth I the I Irs 0 S c I THE NOBLER GOALS- It may not l e that boohs we read The harmless games we play sinful In themselves or lead The Christbought soul astray But there are nobler goats to reach Loves battles to be fought The highest alms of destiny To be conceived or sought It may not be the steps we take Themselves are stained by stn That draughts the listless lips would quart Are poisoned at the brim But other draughts increase lifes power Incite the feet to dare Steps leading upward and away Lifes hours must know the sweets of rest The joy of breath Between the marching hours The for life onkath hut harmless pustlrm grow When they usurp the hour Permitted to the Christbought soul To wield ilndicivtii power George Ivlintrle in Christian Work LIGHTS AND SHADOWS Uolli An Xofdcil to Miike a Life as Built are ti Make 11 Iitture Paint me a picture without shad ows said some one to an artist If I did there would be no features was the reply As in the portrait there must be a proper blending of lightand shade so amid lifes actualities lights and shadows alternate they both must go in to complete the picture In the background of our joys lie our sor rows to them out in bold relief Pain is mingled with pleasure and every rose has its thorn For care and trouble set our thought Even when our ends attained And all our plans may come to naught When every nerve is strained The skillful artist in snaking a good portrait finds it necessary to use the dark and bright colors alternately so the Divine Artist dips His pencil b3 turns in Marahs and Elims Mnrnhs- first in dark background then Elims to relieve the blackness as with the colors of the rainbow The way to a throne for Joseph was through prison the way to a crown for Paul was an executioners block and the way to glory for Christ was Geth semane and Calvary The Master en dured the agony of Gethsemane and drankits cup of bitterness and walked up to Calvary to have its nails pierce his hands lie was mocked spit upon thorns and crucified be tween thieves Thus we must face lifes conflicts and bear its burdens How often the wind is contrarj It blows right in our teeth We toil at the oars while the gales of afiliction and winds of adversity blow about us There can be no rainbow without a cloud nod a storm So out of the storm Christ comes to still tIle waves and guide our boat to shore Life is a weary land It is full of heartaches of pains and sorrows There is a temptations anti the wind raw bleak and drear whistles about our path and we shiver and shake Our feet are wearj with and our hands are tired with toiling Tired oh so tired footsore and weary There is a gravel in almost every shoe There are faces seamed with care and burdened hearts for whom lifes tasks seem too heavy and shoulders that are bending under the weights put upon them There never was a life so pure and bright But had a care There are sick ones tossed on beds of pain and anguish cry out I am weary with my groaning and mycouch with my tears There are tear stained heels and bedimmed eyes weeping because hearth stones are desolate loved ones are gone and hopes are all buried beneath the sod Collins glide into our homes on the brightest days of nil the year and shadow them forever Death breaks into the house and takes the mother of the little babe the young man in the pride of youth or the young maiden in the bloom of womanhood The goal is shrouded and we are clothed in sackcloth and ashes and drink the cup of gall anti bitterness Then we see lifes outcasts the neglect ed ones alone in the world Xo man careth for m3 soul lonely and friend less and helpless adrift having made failures and mistakes stranded and wrecked and scarred and mangled cry ing out with pain with broken and ruined characters And then nature joins in the carnival of destruction Cities are b3 conflagration plow a furrow of death through a crowded population a great ship goes down in midocean the flood overwhelms a city and thousands are drowned until we ask Is there a God and if so where is He 1 He looks on viUi mar j n n I Are Limes weights to bear rIca clash rel leI crownedwith rushof coldand i I who Iwater wearywith I I constitutions sacred lout hters sir tul Set journeying devastated cyclones less repose or PO it seems to our vision lie appears to hide Himself in some cave of reserve so absolutely still are His footsteps We are be wildered among the cross lights of Providence like a stranger in a rail road yard surrounded by a hundred flashing lights perplexed because he does not understand the signals But whatever anomalies Providence may present whatever seeming contradic tions to QUI imperfect vision or unin formed understanding we know that there is a great Being up above the sun and beyond the stars the Infinite One who is behind all power and back of all causes who sits alone on his throne and lie is our Father and lie loves us Lifes mosaics fit into each other They interlap and intertwine and thus are unified and united and A OneMa Kiirnnco House Owner How does furnace work this weather exercise of raking it keeps me warm enough but the oth er members of the family complain Js Y Weekly A Desperate Case Putz Keep away I haf got the Pomade Vat vat it Putz Eberjding I can lay mcin hants on Penn Punch Bowl A Diplomat Gladys If she doesnt love him why does she encourage him Edith Well shes hoping her father will suspect she loves him and send her in a trip to Europe to overcome her infatuation Tuck Well Supplied Ida Sies ten girls gave him the mitten in the last summer May Then that is live pairs He certainly will not suffer with cold hands this Daily X Tt Fainou Irish Iimily The opening of the Bronte museum nt Haworth is a reminder that Char lotte Brontes husband Kev A B Tsicholls is still living as n hale oc togenarian at Banagher in Kings county which was once the seat of a famous Irish university The tes themselves were an Irish which migrated in the seventeenth century to the north of England from County Out of the XCTV MftalN Vanadium one of the rarer metals has th property mixed of allowing that metal to be drawn into very tine wire Vanadium costa GOO per pound N Y Herald A kidney or bladder trouble can al ways be cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure in time C C J E Stormes The weeping religion is seldom a working one Foleys Honey and Tar positively cures nil throat and lung diseases Re fuse substitutes 1m Fishers for souls need big sinkers of sacrifice Saved sit firave llrinlr I know I would lung have been in my grave writes Mrs S II New som of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold rgony 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 55 pounds For indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters are a positive guaran teeth cure Only at 11 E Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m Time moneyseeking church is not concerned with mats saving Dont be imposed upon by taking substitutes offered for Foleys Honey and Tar 1m The bright preacher does not always make Ute shining church Fulls A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that jjooo 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 Christ spoke no special beatitudes to the Captains of Industry Favorite family IJeiiiedy 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 SOc and at R E McRoberts 1m The reason some people do not in Foreign Missions is that they are heathen themselves they worship other gods Couching Spoil Caused Death Harry 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 which continued for some time His wife for a physician but before he could arrive another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suf Louis Globe Democrat Dec 1 1G01 Ballards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25c SOc and 100 at R E McRoberts 1m Some men lay the loadstone of lust alongside thocompasss of conscience and then talk a bout its being a good guide The Pride or 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 blendand your TenantThe winterChicago DownPortland withcopper ago lc Roberts 100 Duckwell sent focationSt blinded kleptomania are you dakingfor iron family Oregonian C sac C C believe morning coughing SEE OUR XMAS GOODS Sterling Silver 847 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 COME 8 OUmay hitch your wagon to a star hang the ocean on a tornado to dry wipe the dust from a cyclone with a sfaety razor wear the aurora borealis for a an U gown twist the sky into an omelette set an earth M i quake to rag time unbuckle the bellyband k and open up the sun and moon as health resorts but you cannot find another insurance company issuing as liberal accident and health policies as those written by the United States Casualty Company J H KINNAIRD Agt I also repersent Mutual Life Insurance Co of NewYork What makes a nicer and more lasting present than a PHOTO of yourself or baby We will have SPECIAL DESIGNS for the Holidays at our Studio and would like for you to call and see t tn If you are contemplating having r CHRISTMAS ccme at once as the wci4air will likely be dark and cloudy later and it will retard the finishing Ve make every style known to the art and GUARANTEE PER FECT WORKMANSHIP and LIKENESS OPEN EVERY FRIDAY The Fox Studio Public Square Lancaster Ky I I ofeternity u J ll io I j i7Iif IrprP1SJi 71 CSV I woo 1 I S l r J evening t Yet rl 1 Till UtiLlMCATOlt role JAMAIfV Among the noticeable features of The Delineator for January is its line cover the first of a series that will continue throughout the year The scope of the magazine has been widened and new and valuable material has been introduced into all time 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 lightened 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 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 Isew England Life Track Atheletics for Women by Christine Terhune Ilerrick 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 tilted to write The fashions ate presented in their usual attractive and timely form and the holiday display in the shops is illustrated and discribed Time 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 nov elty 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 The registers of heaven are not cop ied from the records of earth letter 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 a for the relieft Dont say B by all druggists to the truth suitable for presents They are nice for keeping flp gfs n the honse Call at my home on Lexington street and and see them They are very cheap Mrs Singleton tf r t and Chateaule of seat ular and pal every time it ieot have hue of Jardiniers 3 generally interestingly 1 invent deep rheumatic st I a pre R Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Coimeticut 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 ORCHARD LAWN and GAR DEN We employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on application BOTH PHONES II F HtLLENMEYER SON Lexington Kentucky Sympathy for others is a slave forour own sorrows He Fount 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 Ilerbine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that and it is curing them too 50c at R E McRoberts im You cannot make an enemy without losing a friendA 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 im I assortment of jardl niers which will be sold cheap Ikeep constantly on hand a full line of crockery at prices that cannot be equaled Mrs Singleton Lexington KINNAIRDINSURANCE Followin GOillDanies Aetna Life Ins Hartford Con AsparagusShrubs have a nice streetn 1 eyes e t 1ll 09 t 11U d n u 7 T w There are some magnificant mothers in the world to whom maternity gives an added charm a greater strength But how few these mothers when compared with the multitude of women who are robbed of charm weakened and broken down by the burdens of maternity Motherhood is the highest function of women and nature meant it to confer the highest joy Maternity has an entirely new meaning to those for whom it was once only another word for suffering when they have been made well and strong by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures the nausea from which many women suffer It encourages the appetite trail quilizes the nerves and gives refreshing sleep It increases the strength and gives great muscular elasticity making the babys advent practically painles- sI had indigestion so bad last winter while expecting to become a mother writes Mrs Th of Yorkville Box 189 that I could not eat anything without it distressed me terribly I took five bottles of Favorite Prescription and three of Golden Discovery and went through with other times It must be known that my case was a remarkable one not being overstrong and having had four children within less than three I was so weak and rundown I could hardly drag around You may judge how well I am now being left entirely alone with five children of whom the is four years and can do all my work I am happy indeed for I love children and do not care how many I have if I can be well The Common Sense Medical Advisor one thousand and eiQht large pages In paper covers is sent FREE on rscoipt of twentyana one cent atzmps to pay expense ol mailing ONLY Address Dr R V Pierco Buffalo N Y ir1i r ft I Ill tt with much comfort andwhen baby came hadnothing to suffer as compared ver 1 earS I General News Notes Most Important Events ol the Diy Boiled to Eeadable Shape Items from Everywhere The Rev Abner Winchester Meach am one of the oleest Baptist minis ters in the State and father of Editor Charles il Meacham died in county Sam Johnson a negro accused of woman Ala was shot to death while trying to escape from citizens who had arrested him Auditor Coulter has begun an ex haustive examination of the various life and lire insurance companies do in r business in Kentucky The object is to ascertain whether the companies have made correct reports of the husi ness transacted and the premiums collectedSurveyor of the Port Barnett has declared himself as favoring Commis sioner of Internal Revenue the republican nomination for Gover nor of Kentucky Senator Deboe is reported as not being so enthusiastic in his support of the idea The coming winter promises to be the hardest ever experienced by the English laboring classes Already more than half a million workmen are out of employment Reports of terri ble destitution in the poorer quarters of London find tneir way into the newspapers in great number The gloomy prospect is Wale darker by the prospect that ship builders arc a test of stiength with trades unions The school authorities of Boston are considering a plan for separating the white and negro pupils in that city The children of both races have here tofore attended the same schools There is a strong prejudice against tha system on the part of both whites and nigcrs The negroes want sepa rate schools where their children will not be treated as inferiors while the Down Christian assaulting a white near Tuscaloosa for eiijJ I Yerkes contemplating motives of the white citizens arc biousIt is reporued that Swift and Ar mour are trying to corner the turkey market Louisville dealers are offer jing big prices for turkeys Standard Oil Company is looking to Kentucky to make up for decreased production of crude oil in A conference was held in Louisville last Saturday evening between A Hie Young chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee and several friends of Governor Beckham at which it was decided to file a friendly suit next week in Nelson county to deter mine whether Beckham is eligible to become a candidate for the democratic nomination for Goveonor next fall Less than 1000000 wageearners were employed in American manufac tures fifty years ago Today approxi mately 5000000 are so employed Meanwhile the 15000000 of people maintained by fanning half a century ago have grown to 40000000 an increase in itself though relat ively less than the increase in other industries Within the same fifty year period the products of agriculture have increased in annual value from 1600000000 to 84740000000 or not quiie three fold llhe concurrent in crease in the value of manufacturing products was from a little more than OOOOOOOOO in 1850 to a little more than 13000000000 in 1100 a twelve fold increase Though everything both great and small The truets have caught and booked Ve never seem to find at all A trust for winters suit Baltimore Herald epeiuls on CirouiusJnncon- Do you regard necessity or a luxury lie Well when a man marries a crosseyed girl who says silly things whose nose turns up at the end and whose father is worth about 2000000 I should say it was a necessity Chica go llecordllerald Maria asked the husband and how did you cure Bertha of her infatuation for young Kadger By suggestion replied the wife and mother Suggestion Yes 1 suggested that she look him p in Bradstrects Chicairojrribun ob- I I Pennsylvania enormous Trnt marriage as Q I It father 1 I No Soine1hlnt in SCROFULAI bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its attendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is a strange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy burden to youngThis and hinders the growth and development of the faculties and the Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumors about the neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful skin different parts of the body show the parentageis crupti o s I upon presence of or scrofulous matter in the blood This dangerous and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting in white swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body- S S S combines both purifying and tonic properties and is tubercular andattacks I teed entirely vegetable making it the ideal remedy in all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a complete and permanent cure is soon effected S S S improves the digestion and assimilation of food restores the lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthy color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and help you in every possible way to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Of tee You H The Best 3 To get the Latest Creations and fid styles in itij MILLINERYC- all on us Our stock was carefully selected is very pretty the styles w prices right No old goods on hand 1 SALLIE D TILLETT G fjJ Ii Ii Ii Ii I correct and 1 WATER HEATING DEVICE Vlierc lint IVntcr Is Wanted in the This Clever Little Seliemc Works Very Well The subjoined diagram illustrates how easily water call he warmed in a small way where both house and barn are furnished with running water and moderate plumbing arrangements The pipe marked e f running through the house cellar furnisheS water to the house and barn lly means of two short pipes c d the pipe from the ham 11KATIXG WATER IN THE BARN hot water boiler in the house is with the pipe e f which as be fore stated supplies the barn with cold water Then all that is necessary to Jill the barn tub with warm water is to open the valve b and shut valve a thus let ting the warm water from the house boiler into the pipe which goes to the barn and shutting oil the How of cold This clever scheme has worked successfully OIL an uptodate farm in Amherst lass and huts furnished warm water to four cows and two or three horses for several winters The only objection is that the good house wife sometimes objects to having supply of hot water exhausted two or three times a day Orange Judd TWISTED STOMACH WORM Parasite Flint IN Catisiiitr Consider able Trouble Amoux Inuibs at the lr Noiit Time A press bulletin just issued by D A W Bitting of the Purdue university experiment station says that the past wet season has been very favorable to the development of animal parasites and the effects are now being realized in the very great loss of lambs due to twisted stomach worms The symp toms are dullness loss of appetite in creased thirst diarrhoea may or may not be present some show an of lluid between the jaws grinding of teeth of back anti hind parts lagging behind the Hock In acute cases there may be of pain as colic eating unusu al material and much bloating Sonic lie suddenly without showing much evidence of disease hut mot linger a week or two Old sheep are not much The worm inch long and threadlike is found in the fourth stomach If a lamb he killed and the stomach be opened at once these worms will be found of a color but if the lamb dies and the stomach be not opened for a couple of hours the worms will be white and matted together resembling fiber of food The treatment is as follows Take one part of coal tar creosote and 100 parts of water and mix well With a twoounce hard rubber syringe a short bit of rubber tubing on the end administer one syringef to each lamb Use care not to hold time head too hugh or to force the dose too rap idly so as to cause strangulating With such an arrangement a whole flock may be easily treated One to three treatments given a few days apart may be necessary It is also a policy to turn the lambs off time regular pasture into the corn field They will do little damage to the corn and in eating the lower blades and grass get food free from all contami nation Yarding and giving dry feed may also be resorted to The main to get the sheep off the infected pasture Keep the liens Comfortable Fowls are subject to cold in the head cold on the bowels lung diseases throat difficulties and all the ailments arising usually from colds dampness or sudden changes of weather P II Jacobs Kveu when they with a warm coop a change in the direction of the wind mar cause ih fowls to be subject to draughts of be followed by the same troubles that would likely have befallen human beings under similar circumstances When the liens have coldsthcy will not for that reason every precau tion should be taken to protect them from dampness chilling winds and sud den changes Give plenty of but not as a draught and allow the roosts they must spug and warm Commercial Poultry Feeding Carrots niul Turnips Carrots in reasonable amounts are excellent feed foremilk cows and have no tendency Whatever to dry them off Frozen cabbage leaves are not fit food for cows or zany other animals but they will have no tend ency to produce blindness A many people turnips and think them excellent for cps They hjive a tendency to taint time milk if fed just before or just at milking time If fed immediately after milking time this tendency is reduced to a minimum The fresh tops of turnips and beets make a very good relish but afford very nutriment They should be fed EpStejngly and after cows have their appetites nd not jusM re milking At the Ontario experiment station tIme production of sunflower seed per acre for four years was G4S by the Mammoth Russian sunflower 627 by the White Beauty and 55 bush el by Black Giant I connected lit tie her Farmer accumulation evidences half pinkish haY- ing good object i are layand freshair duringthebe great especially forcows eased th TOL4OI si i mess a flee I ed say provided auto par lpsiers SALE PSgHSSTYH- aving sold my farm will ou TUESDAY iEC SOtti 1H02 otTer for sale at iny homo about 2 miles from Cartersville the following properly One good combined horse 2 good milk cows nice yearling heifer 1 marl hog 1 binder mower hay rake disc harrow spring harrow with seeder attachment ni w nltivatnr smoothing harrow 2 turning plows horse wagon fodder wagon snrrev and harness double shovel plows and other implements Ilouseliold and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock IKE ARNOLD A trillion Voice Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of Wet Point Ja Lis ten why A severe cold had settled on his lungs causing a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he had consumption hilt could not help him When all thought lie was hunted he ran to use Dr for Consumption and writes it cured me and saved my I now weigh i7 lbs Its positively for Coughs Colds and Lung troubles Price 0c and islOO Trial bottles free at II E JleUoberls Lan caster and Fish Cus drug store A good fellow is not always a good friend tn lrev Mit Croup It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarseness A day or two be fore the attack the child Incomes hoarse This is soot followed by a e culiar rough cough Give ChariUr Iains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough appears and it wiJl dispel all symptoms of croup this way all danger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is wed by many thousands of mothers und has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that an always be upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists i Inspitation is Gods answer to our aspiration Cut this out and take to your and get a free sample of Chain berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and the stomach improve the and regulate time bowels Rcgu lar size 5c per box 1m j It is time bullet that kills and not the report illir rs IIorHioiinil Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and dillicult breathing Henry C Stearns DniggistShulIsburg Wisconsin writes j May 20 1H01 1 have been selling Ballards Horehound Syrup for two years and have never liad a prepara given better satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they come back for more I can honestly recommend it 25c iiOc arid SI 00 at R E MeRoberts 1m A M BOURNE e1 IJ 1 O 07j ilLiuU 1 tooth 1H completely Ii fe guaran teed jaint Lielm I How I I 1 n I depended appetite a that has j I qa iUBL to- y KiimgsNew Discovery druggist invigorate AUCTIONEEROffers ces to the people of this terirorv Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at time CKNTKAL UKCOKD ollice or address me at Lancaster Still In The Ring have moved to the room above Thomp Sons jewelry store on Danville street where we have the 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 j Ve ourshop Best Barber Shop in Kentucky I C 1 J UT CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Tiraelu efct JulY15 191 I It STATIONS 00pmLexington 8 15ai Winchester 11 57 am ISpm 8 OSai 1225 un JMpm 925ain 705pm ArWashliiRton offjpui Philadelphia S50ani 707pm 1115am 9 OSpm LvNewvork 755a 1020am 731pm I Washington 2 00pm 11 740am ISOumaEQa Winchester 7 Knm 4 oSpiu 5 22a ArLexiugtoa 745am 5 35pm 7 00am SSOpm ArLouUvillu 10 SOam 8 25pm Through Trains run to and from York trains run except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone aKOWJARNEYT A OjEXIXGTOK KT C O D h Sftlpm 1i101m 1tStcrllJ 5 2U urn h VVCS J 5lln i 212pm Y I I l riit ij AC n ii 4 oaSv- 4TONS 4 2 l5piii THE rivirf ho IN Afioortliu to tvi ii Kifportf tin Comm rtJnI ineen of I The National Proviaioner pays the ollcmiug tribute to the industrious I If you hear a racking her sue keeps down food jrices Be j sides she never cackles unless site is j about to do something or lifu something The hen is the ooimner j queen of industrial America time feathered tribe has nore to do a prosperity and domestic gj economj than at first seems possible a Poultry control neat prices U at certain seasons and influence them J at all times The hen and her product j along with other fowls are meats persistent competitors nil over the J world This competition is especially felt in this country during this late spring and early fall Vo now eat last years fiesh eggs jj1 antI last years fresh poultry just like we last years fresh meats Cold i storage is the wizard in the case It j t keeps them on tap The census enumerators found all the hews ducks A and geese setting the day he was y around TIlt figures sent in showed that the barnyard fowls of laid 167000000 dozen or 200 000000 f eggs a year for consumption At an average of dozen they were worth 25050000 To the abve must be added the hatching eggs or better the hatched birds that are sold ns spring or other poultry Last year this amounted to 220000000 worth In comparison Our much annted wheat eros the same year realized S30OOOOfM our cotton crop 225 00000fl 1 1 heats our production of for the year three times over The sum realied by the poultry iidnstrr would have paid all our publie school bills for that year and have hat a sun plus of 112000000 to spare There are a lot of other crops whi h the ben could heat in sets of three eaeb This showingenhances the importance of J time chicken and makes the poultry of the stock yards SOD POULTRY HOUSE sas Farmer Consider It health fill mill Con von lent fur tulle u Large Klock The house shown in time illustra turn was built by K D Smith of Ixunsas who has found it healthful convenient and large enough t ac eommoilate 75 to 100 liens He writes In a bank sloping southwest I made nn excavation 12 feet east and wrest by 22 feet north and south At the southwest corner the excavation was on a level with the surface of the ground at the north side it was two and onehalf feet deep Ar n l the edges I built a wan inak ing its upper edge live feet above the hoer 1 roofed the north half with and covered with tar paper A border of sod was placed around the edge then the whole overlaid with six inches of yptuisi taken from a pit near by In south half of the roof I put two hotbed sashes three by nine feet and covered the remainder of the space I tIth hen El lien respect I done I Jf withour anders I I U I I JeriC II 1j Cln ts per i reid I yi1rd a strongcouumpetitor sod hoards tll the 1 j 4nieriti cia and Iii SOD HOUSE FOR POULTRY time satins as the north side In tie walls were placed two glass windows and a door with glass in the upper part In the north wall there is a window level with the roosts IS inches high and five feet long It is used for ventilation in the summer In the winter it is covered with boards and banked with earth The windows are hinged and covered with heavy wire netting I have an extra lattice door for summer The walls were given two coats of gypsum or poor mans plaster very abundant in the southwest and when irs a heavy whitewash was applied to till all tracks lloosts oc cup the north half The south half under glass is reserved for nests and n feeding ground during stormy weather The floor under the roosts is made of gypsum cement and sand From this the droppings can be read ily taken I feed boiled wheat in the morning dry wheat at noon and feed of meat at least once a day in winter I inure kept 75 to 100 single comb Brown Leghorns in this house for three winters without having a j frozen comb The hens lay well also The bank feature is not essential walls made entirely of sod will an swer Farm and Rome LIVES AKE S his vncc t i men cine posviv ores vj ir pton Cc glu CoJ nf5 itin Jj urnoaia Ha rC irx Mocrssre- iruri a ci YV hoop iff r UdugST HO CtSK fiO PAY Price bOo 1 Trial Tottle 1S2 Election Notice There will be an election held by the holders of time National Itnnk of at its bank bnildliu between time hours of 10 a m and 2 p in on Tuesday Januarj 1 IDOS to elect live directors to serve theensulnir year Dee 21902 KNNY Cashier Election Notice There will lea meehng of the share holder of The Citizens National Bank pf Lancaster Ky nt the bank on Tuesday January 13th 190J front ten p m for the pur pose of elcctintiflye directors to serve the eu yiar n 1902 V i T5J5T HUDSOX Cashfcr t I I I a IIi fijORE B rl j n 1 Ii l I1i11itI D roE Ufn fpl Jt IHp1ttJi i J Tbi l H tIT c S 0 r 10 stocks S Q I Jwo f ifi I I I r I IUSZN- GLr 1w T i i T t i I i4 i C Vc arc u i to tell you no Letter pkce on earth You are wore able to jurist that We io want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky yon cant libel a better place to make trnrhome than The WEST or SOUTHWEST LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS- OR ONE WAY SETTLERS RATES ARK Si ILL OMERKI lY THE The Worlds Fair Liu2 Tickets on sale First and Third Trtstlax mcnth tp to and inelui ir April 2ist 190 TTs ForGEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Geal Pus Agent LOUISYILLLS KY J pJm ii i 2i z YOi19iln r 1rr 1U N r11 f 4 0 I b louisvile Henderson Sttnuis Ry t Ask Rates J got tic a ti tat That Smooth Finish So Much bw ttll men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If you want t m a trial bundle We will call for your work 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Kj H T LOGAN Agent I ancaster Kenucfcv J red 1 N LAu iDRY V V K aJFJt ry m rt J J seed S KjiKSK S3Ki s LBTTIS T LKAVEU j R wx5Ojr President Vice ORGANIZED 1883 Tfie mmm NATIONAL BANK o JAJaiST i irCAPITAL J5S o SCBPttS SM Mk B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGJOEY Asst Cashr C IX WAUCEU Bwkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garetoi DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Iodm J J Walker T M Arnold National BankOF LANCASTER KY GAIMTAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1000 A R DgXXV Iresfrfcttt C lOUD Tin Pi S C BCXXT Casbkr J f Robinson Asst Qaetor It T Eubiy Bwlweper- BtRECTOKS D Gucbran Alex R A C Robinson Jim E Stormes V i ti S ra o to 14 7 i Oft i 1 0 ni S h 0 0 i 1 The I J o Q JOB i S g e 0 Sam l Jennyo oO 0 0 0 0 000 O 0 c j i43 ssa 0 Pills p DntTke raimis Leave Lancaster oIOA oiWtM o50i3t OLI sUM 7Jlli Tim I in mO cued Xov I For Uiilinmml ViiHlister I viiip ton Krankiort Louisville nn raris Csirlfcle Coy iiigtoii Ciucitinati etc n illI I Tor Stnnforil Junction City Lolui non Louisville Crab Orchard Ml Vernon Iivingdton Ioiuiou Cor hum Mirirtleslwro etc r 1 I Fur Kiuhiuunti and int ruiu lutt sta I i tiotis For Stanford siuu vaysfoittons n run tally except Sunday Aborw Is LEJVISH time Nos 11 stop at all sta tions when tlaRged Crescent Time Card TKAIN8 AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND umber 1 daily no stop llrtfam- Number 3 51 iflnit On Flasr llsiJpin- Kumuor5lully 1107 am Daily except Sunday 7i55pni NORTH NnmbSr 2 stops when flagged 415pjn- Nnmbor4 Daily Does Not Stop Number C Daily Stop 130 pm- Kuuibvr 10 except Sunday 6COajn- KnTt 4r 1 des tint stop Jit Danvllc bat does itoiuirJunctiuu City ut J3l am I mill 10 I Number I hOt m muimmI ueen I The Markets CATTLE i Choice to prime 4bi ug ttJ- letlium togooa shiiii st ttiioiire ctiiier tteir Jit lUuiu tw trotHi tiitivrCOKHUKI Lillian butchers LwtoviiicKv J pMikf i tiiXJl t extra aiiuaijii o m fbuire i ekin aid Uatehera i- la w 1 W Medium imekcrs to to j Ml s Choke HxtUiiihiaMw l j 1- 1tiwiic pig t is hood pit 1 t Mite i Misu i to owibrt LAMBS Good to extra ai la sheep F Irtox j Hl Cuiaiiiuu lo mclinui Bucks txtra 7bip in 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