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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY J NUARY 2 1903 I YEAR r 1 AI F afUM as4oT- HIBTEENTr1 We are offering UN Brass Fire Sets Wrought Iron Fire Sets Coal Vaces Nickel Coffee Pots LadlesChafin Dishes Serving Dishes Pocket Knives Scissors Razors Guns Carving Knives and a handsome line of Silver Pearl Celluloid and Ebony Handled Knives and Forks rsrG BARGNS f I 1 1 t Hasolifell iR1 1 Items of Local Interest The Graded School will resume work next Monday morning and every ur chin is expected to be hand It is reported that Junction City has forty or fifty cases of smallpox The usual expression In a mild form is added to the re port Each of the four churches had Christ entertainments and many little hearts were made happy by the gins distributed And we mavaad many a pain was caused under as many lit tIe aprons judging from the immense amount of candy distributed Death ot Aged Lady 1 Mrs Nancy Raines died at her home in this county last week at the f vanced age of ninetyseven She was related to several large families and I respected and beloved by a wide circle of friends She was a member of the J j Baptist had been tiau since early life f No Harm I The boys wisely cut out the pistol shooting this Christmas for which they have the thanks of the entire population of the town It is to use pistols in celebrating the birth of the Saviour and those who were so overwhelmingly rejoiced at His coming gave vent to their feelings t by exploding cannon crackers A few Comanche yells were added in but no damage was done DunnGulley Mr Ike M Dunn and Jennie May Gulley were married in Lexing ton Christmas Eve by Rev Mark Collins of the Brcadway Christian church The bride is the daughter of Mr J D Gulley of this county and is a young lady of beauty and accomplish ments The groom is one of Garrards most promising farmers and is well known and highly thought of by a wide circle of friends They returned and were given a reception at the res idence of the brides parents They were accompanied to Lexington by Miss Dunn Wm Jackson and R D Moore Why Is It t When a man asks a girl to marry him she tells her mother goes with out gloves in zero weather to show her engagement ring makes a confident of every girl she knows that she may have plenty of time to get up kitchen showers and keeps lingerie in the in order to show it and yet she falls over in a Ho when the announce ment is made in the paper Ex r I cut inddried I I mas ad- i a chrIS Done J customary I I i 1 parlor min i urch and t Miss New Years meeting Great Clear ance Will Begin Next Mon day Jan 4 uary We wish all our friends customers a Happy and Prosperous New Year The closing of the old year has brought us the largest volume of business of any previous year We wish to thank our friends and custom for their kind patronage We shall always try to merit your favors by giving prompt attention and good honest merchandise at a reasonable price We try to treat everyone right If any of our custom ers should find us in error and think they havent been treated right we hope they will report same at once We are liable to make mistakes but we stand ready and will to rectify any that has been made Saleers I wrongor U rand tingli Logan Dry Goods Co i j t 1 i Dr J B Kinnaird sold to Alex Benz lay a lot on Water street one acre for 8200 It adjoins tin propcrt recently purchased by Mr Ifrazley Splendid ItllHllltfeS The merchants report a tranendoui business on last few days before Christmas Lancaster merchants handle as good stocks as can be found any where and why some people want to send their money away from home where they will never see it again is a knotty problem indeed Loud Lumbering Mr Tillett is working the work house gang in a rock quarry on Dan ville street just above Judge Burn side and some of the blasts are heavy enough to crack the plastering on the lower regions The rock will be used on the streets which are in fearful condition A crusher is being worked at the quarry Call and Sec 17 All our presses have been overhaul ed and we have the cleanest and best printing oflice in this section We can do your work as good as you can get it anywhere at reasonable pri ces We do firstclass work and at liveandletlive prices We appreci ate your orders and do all our to please you Success an Hotel The Gaines Brothers are meeting with much success in their hotel ven ture They have the Harden and all the rooms in the Thomp son building on Richmond street Judging from the Lrge order for printing which they give this office they are doing aland office business Porters meet all trains The Billy West minstrelsgafe a show at the court house Thursday night which was witnessed by a large crowd The gags were all good the dancing up to that of the average traveling troupe and the singing tip top Dan Jones of London was on hand with his mandolin and was to return to the stage several times so liberal was the applause The vocal solo by Master Cosby Logan was delightful This little fellow has a remarkably sweet voice and hissing ing was highly complimented Give U Order We have just completed with the Coyle Stationery Co Chicago whereby we can furnish all kind of engraved cards wedding 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 have on hand the prettiest line of invita tions ball programs etc ever kept by a country printing ollice andean make it to your interest to see us tf The Record Oflice Death of Mm lUeKet A Frankfort dispatch says Mrs A 11 McKee aged eightytwo years died there Saturay after a brief illness She was the widow of Alex R McKee United States Consul at Panama by appointment of President Abraham Lincoln She leaves two sons Logan McKee of Cincinnati and Charles McKee of Jessamine county and two daughters Mrs Lizzie Walcutof New York and Mrs Lottie Morrison Mrs McKee had a number of relatives and many old friends in Lancaster Interesting Lectnre R M Hopkins state superintendent of Sunday Schools for the Christian church gave very interesting talks with stereoptian views a t that church Saturday Sunday He is doing good work by setting forth the duties of teachers and pupils in that noble branch of the church Will Help On The Itecord Miss Carrie Hatcher has accepted a position as compositor on The Record and began work Monday morning a pupil of the veteran typo Capt Frank J White Mrs Landram also took charge as bookkeeper at the same time so with two ladies in the office we will now have to go to the wood shed to swear Publishers are finding that lady compositors are more satis factory than men as they waste no time smoking talking politics with evey loafer or idling in a thousand ways the male typestters find to kill time With this additional help it will give the editor time to give his personal attention to the printing de partment andicustomers will be sure to get what tl y order A Book Scheme A book agent who luis been talking the country school teachers into buy ing a costly reference book is meeting with much trouble in his rounds The teachers say his scheme is to sell them the books and take their notes for it with a writen promise that if the book is not satisfactory by Dec 15 they come to the County Superintendent and get their notes back But he heads that discounting the notes in bank and the teachers have to pay them whether or no The teachers are getting on to this and theres trouble in the land Teachers as well as others should be shy of these slick tongued agents and there is always trouble for the unwary Dont sign any notes or obligations for strangers Nine times out of ten they turn up in the hands of a third party innocent purchasers and you lose your recourse and have them to pay whether you bays value received or not containing the in power compelled invitations off by building Good Show splendid four arrangements prices s Will Royston a well known and res pectable colored boy died last week of a complication of diseases which were aggravated by an accidental shot received a year ago lIe was a inem b of Gins Greens band As wago to press the colored people are celebrating Emancipation Day in great shape There was a parade in which many mechanics and laborers took part many representing their professions in the parade There will be speaking this afternoon and a big dance tonight Thursday Mr Fred Yeager one of Garrards most popular young farmershas taken Horace Greeleys advice and gone West to grow up with the country Mr Yeager is a splendid young man and stands high with the people of Garrard who trust he will soon decide to return and live amongst us Leg Broken While returning from Flat Woods Tuesday Capt Thos Austin had his leg broken by his horse slipping and falling with him A carriace was sent out and the clever Captain brought to his home on Crab Orchard street He is doing as well as could be expected and his many friends hope to see him out soon See Fox window display at Hams barber shop under the studio It con tains some excellent work Mr Fox is busy every Friday and has made some of the finest photographs ever taken in Lancaster lIe comes every Friday rain or shine Every Friday Fox the photographer is here eve ry Friday rain or shine and his is full of people all day He uses the latest improved equipments and can work as well on a cloudy day as any other giving great satisfaction A Close Call While the painters were pulling up a swinging scaffold at the Christian church last several bricks were loosened near the top of the tower Several gentlemen were standing on the pavement belovand a brick miss ed Mr George Evans head only a few inches Another struck him on the hand badly mashing the fingers and making wounds that will require some time to heal Death of Coley Culler- Mr T Cole Gulley died at his resi dence near McCrearv Saturday night lIe had been in failing health for a long time having made a trip West some time ago in hopes of improve ment This proved of no benetit and he returned to Kentucky The dis ease consumption pulled him down rapidly and his death was not unex pected Mr Gulley was one of the most widely known young in the county having been a prominent tra der in stock before his health gave way lie married Miss Maggie a daughter of Mr A B Brown Sr of this county She with two children are left to mourn his death Coley Gulley was a bighearted clever boy and had a host of friends The sym pathy of a wide circle of acquaintances goes out to the grief stricken family The funeral was conducted at New Antioch church Tuesday morning at ten oclock by Rev A R Moore the interment taking place at the Lancas ter Cemetery A Sensible View The other day one of our customer said I give you my work because your paper prints news that is of con cern only to we home people You print news that the daily papers never use If one of my family dies I dont expect other pacers or foreign con cerns to leok up their history and tell the people what he or she was If one of my family or friends happens to get into trouble I know you will not hold it up to the world You al ways keep your eye peeled for improve ments in Lancaster and if theres any possible chance to get one you go it with both feet Now I dont know of any other printing office or news paper that does that for Lancaster or Garrard country Then again what money you get you pay it right back to people who will spend it in Thats why I am for the Record We appreciated those words more than any Xmas present we could have re ceived Better mall Service Upon the request of several of our friends along the road we wrote Con gressman Gilbert asking that the peo pIe of Gilberts Creek Hiattsville Paint Lick Point Leavell and Lowell be given a mail service on the day trains in addition to that they now get bv Nos 10 and 11 He went at once to the post office officials and they promise to either put a clerk on the day trains or haye the mail pouched to these points Mr Gil bert takes great pleasure in looking after the wants of his constituents and sees that Uncle Sams employes give the people what they want He said in his letter that if this matter was not attended to within a length of time to let him know Mr Gilbert is one of the public officials who realizes that he is in of lice to serve the people and has never concluded like most officials that be the earth and the fullness there r EutIII Dy lIi work Is week men after Lancaster of Goer lVert gallery reasonable few owns Succcsiful Company The Beaver Creek 011 and Gas Co in which several Lancaster parties are Interested is proving decided success They have three wells now in opera tion the product being sold to the Standard Oil Co right along They have machinery enough to operate several other weils and drilling is continued with flattering prospects At an election of officers last week Judge J C Hemphill of this city was made one of the directors Medical Society The Garrard County Medical Socie ty held its last meeting at Dr Bur netts office when the following offi cers were elected Dr Paint Lick president Dr Burnett Lancaster vicepresident Dr Hugh M Grant secretary An interesting paper on pleurisy was read by Dr Cas enburg The next meeting will be held this Friday evening at Dr Kin nairds office when he will read a pa per on gunshot wounds Dr was selected as delegate to the meet ing of the State Medical Society A Narrow Emape TIlE RECORDS handsome little Cub Lenny Miller came near being crippled last week In the hall near the stairway is an unused imposing stone about six feet long and three wide being very heavy It sits on the edge and while sweeping around it in some way it tilted and mashed the little fellow to the floor This hap pened about 630 a m before any of the hands had come to work and Len ny had to yell at the top of his voice to attract help from the street below It took two men to lift the stone Luckily his legs and feet were caught in such a manner as to break no bones but his shins were barked and the little fellow scared out of about ten years growth He is the best boy we ever saw and the pt of the office Lack or Leadership The movement to take a vote on lo cal option seems to have gone by the board The petitions were gotten up more than enough names being secur ed but it seems that no one has the nerve to champion the movementand the petitions have never been filed with the County Judge This paper takes no part in politics and we are no temperance crank but if the whis ky question comes up you can bet your bottom dollar that we are going to fight the opening of saloons with all the vigor and ability at our com mand No sane man will argue that Lancaster is not better off without them It makes little difference to us what political party is in power so long as they are good men but we will be blanked if we wont be heard from if an election on the whis ky question comes up Case burg If the giving of gifts makes a last week was doubtless the hap piest on record The merchants sold more fine goods than on any previous occasion and postmaster West and Expressman Patterson say they han dled more packages than at any time during their terms of office The city papers say there was more business done by the mail and express people than has ever been experienced Ver ily it was good times moves to NlcholasTllIe Mr W T Pherigo of McCreary this county has moved to Nicholas ville where he will make his future home For many years he has been prominently identified with public matters in Garrard serving on the Board of Supervisors nearly every year and taking a prominent part in all matters for the public welfare He has been Secretary of the Tates Creek Baptist Association for six or eight years and is a leader in that THE RECORD cheerfully com mends Mr Pherigo to the people of Jessamine a straight forward Christian gentleman Painful Accident Monday afternoon while running off a job on a large Gordon press the editor of THE RECORD got his right hand caught in the rapidly moving machine badly mashing the third fin ger and completely tearing out the nail thereon Dr Herring was sum moned and dressed the wound which he says will eventually get all right but judging from the suffering will be sometime within the next twenty years Our right hand is now carried in a sling while the copy for this issue was typewritten with the left We will make oath that Job never had his finger caught in a printing press Ulatonic Election At the annual election of officers of Lancaster Lodge No 104 Free and Accepted Masons held Saturday the following brothers were chosen to serve the ensuing year Louis Lan dram Worshipful Master Jacob Senior Warden K F Postle Junior Warden Robt Kinnaird Sec retary David Ross Treasurer A T Anderson Tyler The Master Rev C M Chumbley as Sen ior Deacon Fred P Frisbie Junior Deacon G S Greenleaf and Alex Bishop as Stewards The lodge is growing steadily and is in fine condi tion Brothers A R Moore of the Christian church and Pearce of the Methodist churchare present at near ly every meeting and add much inter est by their timely talks and good and wholesome Instruction the photographer Friday Many Girt Christmas organization a s Joseph appointed Fox Break the News to Mother Tell her that our Winter School Suits are waiting for her to examine them Tell Her That we believe we have just the Suit to please her Tell her also that she takes no risk here as we refund the mon ey if she satisfied with her purchase Suits 150 to 5 Singlebreasted Suits Doublebreast ed Suits Norfolk Suits Everything in Boys Clothing to please Tell mother we want her to come in and see our display H T Logan The One Price Clothier isnotfully I q if Heard at Billy West minstrel End Mr John on that man Roosevelt is a great fellow Ills name will go down in history along with that of Washington Middle Man What Washington the illustrious George End Man No Booker T Good Advice Lincoln only way to be happy is to make somebody else happy Try It The prettiest calendar we have seen was sent us by Bonnie Bros the lead ing wholesale whisky men of It is a work of art and has been highly complimented Bonnie Bros make as fine an article as you ever stuck your tooth in and if you keep a little around the house for buy a bottle of their pure goods Billy Harris minstrels played to a big house at Kirksville This is the best allcolored show on the road The Jessamine News spread out over twelve pages of Special last week It was a hummer and reflects great credit upon Brer Groff I ManSay DemocratThe Louisville snakebites unadulterated Editio-n 1 JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON K Attorney At Law 0 g Life insurance policies bought 0 S for cash or loaned for sums v of 500 and upward o f o 000000006006000000 0o 1 on 0 O t H I IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST WAGONS Are sold on a posi i tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c y tOLD HICKORY I PH TONS IR OM A H S illELM OR E CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky Seconddot Man Hatter Lancaster Ky Jan 2 1903 As is always the case the editor of the Lexington Democrat knows where of he speaks He knocks centre when he says Forcibly kissing a woman against her will is one of the most un satisfactory as well as one of the most foolish performances a sane man ever attempted It is waste of effort and no good whatever in it Recently a middleaged man in New York was required by a jury to pay 200 to a mid dieaged woman for having kissed her once against her will and now a jury at Oshkosh Wis has decreed that a wealthy mine owner must pay 500 to a young woman of his acquaintance for having kissed her three times against her consent The juries acted rightly Men idiotic enough to take kisses that way should be made to pay dearly for them A kiss without the full consent and of the kissee is as insipid as cold soup as unpalatable as flannel cakes and as juiceless as baled hay or cotton bating THE Somerset Journal calls the of its hillbilly friends to the fact that what it takes to keep one dog would keep sixty hens and sixty hens would lay 600 dozen eggs Yes says the Franklin Favorite but our Somerset friends must look atthe side of the picture Wouldnt a man look like a lunatic when the hunting season arrives going out to the fields gun on shoulder with sixty old hens following along after him Wouldnt he be a cartoon EDITOR CROFF of the Jessamine News is a candidate for representa tive of his county so he and editor McCarty of the Journal will lock horns Now boys you will get along all right and the dear voters will every word you say unless you get to telling about your respective circulations If you get at that youll both lose outfor that is the one thing that people will we men on OUR good friend Charley Hart and proprietor of the Morganfield Sun covers himself all over with glory by sending out the largest Special Edition of the season Charley who is one of the best of fellows put in an entire new outfit and of the best equipped offices in the state His special edition takes the whole bakery A BILL has been introduced in the Virginia legislature to abolish the law requiring witnesses to kiss the Holy Bible when taking an oath This should not be done for if you take the bible out of the court room no and few judges will ever see a copy of the blessed book House for rent Possession given at once w J Romans is v I ill forcibly and participation attention other believe notbelieve newspaper editor has just I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I t t J r h- onea t layers PT j i j I I l 1 3 1 I FREACHERSYILLE J B Hutchins bought 7 hogs from W D Elmore 5c John Cress bought about 50 hogs in Rockcastle for 5c per lb W H Brown has bought of J C Slier his farm of 66 acres for 2000 cash Prof E E Bishop of Burgin is here after his school which opens January 12th John W Cummins has been called on duty as storekeeper for the Lawrence burg distillery Rev Wm Sprinkles has rented of John B Anderson his farm and into the house with him The Christmas tree at the church was a grand success Ha ny hearts were made glad and a most excellent time was enjoyed by all Mrs Payne who has been sick for some time died the 24th ult in her 74th year and was buried in the Old Drakes Creek grave yard Peace to her ashes May the blessing of God rest on the bereft family Rev E J Terrill presented J L Hutchins with an old sovenir in the form of an old horse pistol with a flint lock which is very highly Mrs FFCummins and Allie May and John Anderson of Corbin is visiting friends here Frank Foley of Madison county was visiting his sister Mrs Mose Hutchins during Xmas John Moss of Lancaster has been here dur ing Christmas calling on one of our beautiful young ladies and wife of Springfield are visiting friends fora few days Rogers wife and daughter Miss Jennie have been visiting their brother on Sugar Creek PAINT LICK Corn is selling for 175 per barrel delivered People are hunting stock hogs 5Jc R H Aldridge bought of A B Est ridge 11 shoats at 6c Rev Otis Huson filled his regular appointment at Mt Tabor Sunday Paint Lick was so crowded Xmas that there wasnt any room to fight Judge Davis did well with his crop made average of 125 per acre Mrs Jennie Baker bought the Wm Kennedy farm 70 acres for 1200 cash Rev Helm is holding a meeting at the Methodist church with good Some hemp man would do well to buy hemp at this crop that has been grown for years in this neighborhood Miss Lett Swearengen is the guest of Miss Pearl and Kate Ely Miss Callie Adams entertained quite a large crowd at her home Friday night Lick was well represented at Rich mond Opera Saturday night and the boys report a good show V us I for see lg Methodist appreciated for awhile P 1 offering tobacco an attendance placelargest attendedvisiting med daughter Joe Pet Miss t REMOVAL SALEAs we are intending to remove our we will the month of December sell the I i PRESENT STOCK OF MONUMENTS andMARKERS at great sacrifice to save boxing a n d hauling get You will save money Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET o 1 IU IU IUUU u It 1tUuUt iUIHllWrf Ioigarrard r y 1 f r xrs viQ J in POINT LEATELL The most notable wedding of season was th it 0 Wat lace to Mr C Boyce Bell which solemnized by Rev Young at the home of the brides parents near PointLcuv ell Tuesday night Dec 23 at 830 Mefadlessons march was played by Miss Alma Lear The house was tastefully decorated with mistletoe the white ribbons were stretched by Misses Jennie Wallace and Florence Burnside The bride stood beneath n white bell and an arch of holly She wore a creamdecbene with pearl trimmings and carried a boquet of white carnations Miss Wallace is a lovely young lady and possesses many rare traits of character and belongs to one of the most prominent and aristocratic families in the county The groom is an excellent young man and is a wealthy farmer living near Charlotte N C The bridal party left immediately for their Southern home MABKSBDRY T I Herringpurchased of BudDunn good Jersey cow for 30 H D Aldridge sold to James Parks for Danville parties some butcher stuff at 3c Mr Hill of Danville has purchased of Hunter House his property known as the Paper Mill property fos 81500 and Mrs M F Rout gave an ele gant dinner to several friends Xxmas day Messrs Will G Root of London were guests of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring last Sunday J C Boner and family have moved to their new home near Danville Kinnaird Bourne and wife have to the property vacated by Mr Bo ner Bourne Fox and family and Jesse Lynn of Danville visited Mr and Mrs Richard Sunday Mrs Will Parks and children have been visiting her parents at Rowland Mr Butler Sutton and Miss Smith daughter of Jim Smith were united marriage Dec 27 by Rev Stalling T D Chesnut and family have moved to the property he recently purchased of James Yeager Their many friends regret to give Mr Fred Yeager and family up but extend a cordial welcome to Mr Chesnut and family Mr Joseph Turner of Hi attsyille and Miss Lucy Turner of Bourne were married at the parson age Sunday afternoon by Rev Stall ings One of the prettiest weddings of tne season was that of Miss Myrtle M Sanders of Hiattsville and Hughes Aldridge of Lancaster which was the bride on December 25 at 3 oclock Minnie Arnold played Lohengrin march and the bridal party in harmony with its strains taking their stand under a large heart of evergreens and mistletoe with the letters S A in pink and white ribbon First came the attendants Mr Sanders and Miss Anna Williams yt Stanford than the bride and groom and lastly Rev A R Moore who the ceremony in an impressive manner Immediately after the the bridal party and friends to the dining room where every delicacy of the season was served in hansome style The bride and brides maid were becomingly attired in steel colored dresses made entrain and richly trimmed in chiffon and lace The brides boquet was of white smilax the brides maid carried pink carnations Mr Aldridge is in busines with his Mr Raymond Haselden He is a young man of exemplary habits Miss Is the eldest and lovable of Mr and Mrs J A Saunders one most influential citizens- A number of handsome and useful presents were received which fully the love and esteem in which the bride and groom were held Beckham Annoucea Gov J C W Beckham in an address To the Democrats of Kentucky has announced himself a candidate for re election for the full term to the office of Chief Executive His present term expires December 12 1903 The elec ton is to be held in November next and the Democratic party is to by primary election method May 9th next In making the announcement the Governor responds vigorously to those in his party who are zealous in urging that he is ineligible to reelection and charging him with being alone for the action of the Democratic State Executive Committee in calling a primary His announcement says I have been accused by some wor by gentlemen who found the office a fruitless field for the husbandry and thrift of the grafter and who have longed with eager eyes and well whetted knives to chance at me in convention and haunted with the fearful ghost of in eligibility undertake to carve into mince meat a public official who has been so unappreciative to their merits unresponsive to their behests I say I have been accused by those ex cellent gentlemen of the sin and crime of having favored a State primary I must confess the charge is correct I have been earnestly in favor of a ever since it was first proposed and I am still in favor of it I the State Central upon its action in calling one and I believe the people are unanimous their approval of it Leave tile Old House Those citizens of Kentucky who are Indulging restless desires to their farming conditions and have Texas as their objective point in their minded should ponder the subject well Mr Chas M Wheeler one of the most I I v r yd ises tter 1 1 I the- Elveree C a Mr IL Dyche and McGrath 11 solemized at the home of wedding entered performed ceremony repaired Sanders daughter ot Garrards attest 1 nominate responsible Governors andso primary congratulate Committee Inc Doa 31las tins med N L rand brother in lawv g t eta A fur a state twos is you those and men of not as der the and and find first tin the to of of I i r iMt lIJtrcut juirl roliajk jb ervirs f swing situations in Texas who has score or more years lived in that writes to tho Farmers Home Journal as follows concerning cmlura to that great State 1 see the railroads running into the west and southwest arc making low rates and offering great inducements to home seekers This is well enough There plenty of unsettled land But the people in tne old states had better the old maxim Look before leap Opportunities are good for who have money to buy homes set up for business but for poor without means and who are with the business methods the country 1 think the prospect very inviting in this part of Tex at least The land is nearly all un fence and in all the best parts of country the stock law is in force stock not allowed to run at large pasturage is hard for renters to Mr Wheeler closes by people thinking of emigrating to visit Texas before deciding to TilE WAV IT GOES Cynlliluna Democrat Man Tells or A Mowt EveryDay Occurrence In Printing Offices To glance over the bright cheerful flowing stories note the wise and inhale the literary bouquets that from time to time tend to and adorn en in a Pickwickiansense convejs impression that composition and illumination are quite the easiest things And they are provided one has a hystericy subject to compose and can discern a darkspot suitable for il lamination It is very very difficult write against time tomorrows rent and next weeks taxes Xow said I to myself as a freshly cut batch of copy paper was laid on the desk and an eager compositor searched the copy drawer for a mite reprint now I shall seat myself thought profound and compose great A heavy rain was taking and the pedestrians who splashed by the win the street failed to draw a single spectator An ideal quiet day for work No body will thrust subscription money into my Spencerian fist and chirography shall embellish the manuscript of a masterpiece The telephone tinkled musically Hello I I said Hello came the answer in tones of the feminine gender Hello 1 said once more Hello she said have you N Madam or Miss said I I have no spare ribs I need every one in my body The outtap was given picked up the pencil and rearranged the Spencerian list A friend from a neighboring town dropped in and splashed down into a chair squirting a spray of rain drops over the freshly cut copv paper I thought I would just drop in and tell you that my paper has not reach ed me until Monday forseveral weeks he remarked I told the postmaster at home about it but he said it was your fault Could not be I expostulated H papers for your town travel in the same bundle and if one readies the town all should reach Do others receive their papers on time Yes he replied but the said you must have a spits at me Now look here my friend quoth why should I have a spite at you What nave I done that I should single you out and Cabbage your paper at the risk of losing dollar a year which in a thousand years would amount to a thousond dollars That is a big pile of money to throw aint it he remarked his head The telephone tinkled Hello said Hello she said Hello I said Hello she said have you or Miss I replied impres no spare ribs to spare Perhaps I might tear some off the boys This is a print shop and we butcher nothing but English The double outtap sounded I see though remarked my friend how tis that my neighbors all get their paper on Saturday and mine dont come till Monday i I cannot see either The names are stamped on the margins and it is almost impossible to miss one Well I dont get mine till Monday and 1 dont see why you cant send it with the others You ought to give me the Courier Journal free for so My friend I shall make a special effort to get your paper on time this week I shall write to the postmaster and the carrier it that does no good I shall write to the President the General our Senators and our eleven Representatives It that fails I shall take the cars each morning and carry you the paper myself He straightened up to go and shook the remaining rain drops to the freshlycut copy paper Well see that you do he said or Ill stop the paper I take more papers now than I can read The telephone tinkled Hello 1 said Hello she said have you spare ribs Madam Miss I replied s remember unacquainted advising move observations beautify tile Denspeaking something disgruntled unchallenged sweets spareribs It postmaster one scratching I spareribs cant automatically missing often Postmaster two Saturday I or t I p of type sticks mutually Madam de f and seer a you down fresh est to sox war nor has air as in in of alely J still IIIIVB uo Jut hug has Just left the olliee and if meet him on the street kindly oblige me by cutting out his entire battery The outtaps fell and we salted the copy was too to keep till morning SAN JUAN HILL Cincinnati TimesStar The earn attention which the work of the great Russian painter Terestscbagin always attracts will be drawn his Battle of San Juan Hill on exhibition in New York because it is the first picture inspired by the Spanish to be shown by an artist of It is unfortunate perhaps that VerestschaRin has chosen a mi episode of the battle or at least has painted a scene other than the one upon which the decisive result of the days battle actually hinged the of Fort San Juan brigade In order to benefit by the spectacular glory of the name of the Rough Riders and also the of President Roosevelt the painter shown that lamous command as storming the Sun Juan ridge possibly Kettle Hill as they in company with the the first U S cav and others actually did but the impression given nevertheless is con trary to history for few will under stand that they are not represented winning tire battle It s e e m s strange but it is really necessary to continually explain the details of San Juan Hill in order to keep its history and its heroic lighters in proper order the public mind No one decries more than President Roosevelt the ef fort to put himself and the command the center of the stage in accounts that small hut momentous action at Santiago The mixed up telegrams and fanciful doings of sketch artists at home just after the battle did avast amount of damage to justice San Juan ridge was defended by rille pits and earthworks throughout except point where Fort San Juan the blockhouse stronghold of the whole system of defenses was located In front of thejidge was Kettle Hill also defended the pits and here the Rough Riders and regular cavalry made their first attack then swept over down and up the ridge along with several regiments of regular in But it was the terrible as sault upon the hill of Fort San Juan that made glory in abundance for the United States army that day Here the brigade of Gen Hawkins led the attack and the regiments that carried he work were the Sixth andSixteenth together with the Thirteenth Eighth and Twentyfourth U S infantry later by the Second Tenth and Twentyfirst regiments of regulars and a part of the Seventyfirst lSev York Volunteers is the short real history of San Juan Hill and while it is a good thing that such a famous painter should have put this glorious battle upon canvas it is to be regretted somewhat we think that he failed to choose the main episode and the most heroic bodies of troops for the subject of bis excellent brush Perhaps Verestschagin will paint again along these lines arid give us The Regulars at Fort San Juan The Government will purchase that picture for the capitol The Cutting Down Jllllalde Timber When we see a farmer laying an axe at the roots of forest trees on a hill side which form a nice shady grove under which the stock can seek the shade in summer and protect them selves from the cold blasts in the win ter we feel like enjoining him on the spot When left with the natural growth of timber on it the land will produce certain kinds of grass in the more open spotsand at intervals trees may be removed to be used as fuel But when denuded entirely of its growth it begins to washand presents a spectacle of unsightly hollows and vfullies Then the efforts of the from that time forward be in the direction of taking preventive measures to stop the washing in that the good land above it may not be injured At a farmers last winter the writer listened to the speaker discuss the methods of preventing land of this character washing but not one Daniel arose and advised them that the matter should be remedied by getting a good growth of healthy forest trees back on it as soup as possible Yet this is the only sure cure for hillside washing all oth are merely temporary makeshifts Ex There was somebody who said an unkind word which hurt somebody else Was it you There was somebody who was thoughtless and selfish in her manner and mode of living Was it you There was somebody who harshly criticised the actions of sombody else Was it you There was somebody who found nothing but fault in the belongings of her friend Was it you There was somebody who borrowed a book and kept it for months Was There was somebody who never stopped to think who was hurt by the sarcastic word Was it you There was somebody who day in and out never did anything to make else happy Was it you Notice To Creditors- All persons having claims against the estate of C 31 Jenkins assigned will please present them properly verified to my attorney Wm Herndon at Lancaster or mysslf at Marcel tae Garrard county Ky l3lt JNO A WOOD Assignee ribs paperit 1 strongly especially important assault by 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won by Frank Pierce Vote 3336 Plurality 1346 K F POSTZE I l EB 0 0 8 S ItIS- m l Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Miss Gertrude Noel is visiting Miss Jessie Doty Fred Bnrdett has been visiting friends here Miss Bettie West gave a birthday party Saturday Miss Ruby Pennington of Pineville is visiting here Miss Mattie Mae Robinson was at home last week Miss Christine Bradley attended the dance at Stanford Misses Martha and Helen Gill were at home Christmas Prof II D Sullivan spent the holi days in Cincinnati Miss Alberta Hilton is visiting her home folk in Brodhead George Harris of Stanford visited his parents Thursday ExGov W 0 Bradley of Louisville spent the holidays here Miss Kate Lee Denny has been vis iting Miss Theo Himphill Miss Lillie Noel spent several days in Danville the past week Miss Eliza Jones of Danviile is vis iting Miss Tommie Francis Messrs Waller Hudson and Lewis Gill were at home last week Miss Mount of the guest of Mrs R E McRoberts Mr Hughes Aldridge and bride with Mrs Raymond Haselden Dr II C Herring and wife visited Mrs Jesse Walden of Danville Miss Florence Burnside entertained very charmingly Friday evening Miss Laverne Bruce of Louisville is with her father Rev Mr Bruce Miss Lucile Cooper of Stanford is the guest of Miss Angie Kinnaird Messrs Malcolm Aldridge and Fred Burdett were in Brodhead this week Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville is the pretty guest of Miss Theo Hemp hillMiss Emma Washburn enjoyed the holidays with her mother in Louis ville Misses Pearl and Ann Hill visited relatives in Bryantsville the past week I Its A Very In forming your New Years re solutions there is none more im portant than that of selecting a place tp buy your should select a firm that will be your friend treat you right and not try to stick you on prices We Guard our Customers Interests if you send your orders to us we will see that you get very BEST of everything and at the very LOWEST PRICES Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage in the past and share in the Very Truly Ballou = L t LaGrange is 1 Important Iatter GroceriesYou I soUcltin liberal I t Jl 8 I F I t I r are- S p rand M 1 nil 4 Yt Leslie Anderson of Central Univer sity spent the holidays here with his motherMiss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford is the pretty guest of Miss Christine BradleyMrs Haselden is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Duncan of Nich olasvilleDr H Price of Stanford has been visiting his mother Mrs Harri PriceMr Doty wife and handsome son of Stanford were guests of Mrs Alex Doty M G Aldridge and family have in the Hughes property on avenue Mrs Douglass Meritt and children have been visiting the Misses Stanford Dan Jones a popular young of London has been visiting friends here Jim Anderson spent last week with his mother Mrs Susan AndersonDan ville avenue Mrs Wm Broaddus and son Hern don of Louisville are visiting Mrs Jennie West Mr and Mrs Wm Marrs of Knox ville are guests of the family of Mr John Anderson Senator George Farris and family have moved in their new home on Danville avenue Mrs James Roland of El Dorado Ark is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Solon Henry Mr Ed Minor and daughter Miss Lora spent the holidays with rela tives in Louisville Miss Willie Belle Burnside gave an elegant dinner Friday to a number of her many friends Misses Anna Bronangh and Bertie James of Crab Orchard are guests of Miss Annie Austin Miss Nell Anderson of has been the guest of her mother Anderson Misses Lou and Rosa Wilson of Hustonville have been visiting their aunt Mrs J H Sympson Mr Burns De Valcourt of Chicago been visiting the family of Mr D M Lackey Danville avenue Mr R H Batson gave a quail Friday in honor of his son Mr Homer Batson of Louisville John Marrs the genial clerk of Ho tel Glyndon Richmond spent several days here during the holidays Rev A R Moore gave a dinner yes terday in honor of the officers and su perintendent of the Christian church Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington has been the guest of Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Danville avenue Mrs Chumbley and daughter of Richmond Virginia are visiting her son Rev C M Chumbley Paulding avenueMr Mrs Will Lackey and little baby John Wesley of McCreary vis ited Judge R A Burnside Saturday and Sunday Miss Bettie Walker Burnside gave an elegant dinner Thursday in honor of Misses Lou and Chloe Woodson of HustonvilleMaster P Simmons of Kirksville is visiting his uncle J S Johnson and family on Richmond street He is a bright little fellow Mrs Sam Totten left yesterday for Decatur Ill to join her hnsband who is in business there She was accom panied by her sister Miss Jane Petty Mrs Williams mother of Mrs J E Wolford fell down the steps and several bruises and sprained her arm She is suffering greatly from the fall Mrs Joe Hinternish of Covington and Mr and Mrs Joe Elsener of W Va are spending the with Mr and Mrs IT Miller and childrenMrs Blankenship left Wed nesday morning after a very pleasant visit of several weeks to her relatives and friends for Louisville to spend a moved Lexington Sacray- of Indianapolis Mrs Susan has breakfast received Charleston i 1i gentleman holidays tow days with Rev and Mrs C E Hutchinson before returning tc her home in St Charles Mo Mr and Mrs Am Bourne gave an el egant dining Tuesday Mr and Mrs RM Campbell visited in Lexington this week Mr Craig Butts of Kingsville is vis iting his sister Mrs T G Speak Messrs Joe Elsener and Jake Miller were in Lexington Wednesday Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Leander DavidsonMiss Faulkner of Stanford is the guest of Miss Bruce Pumphrey Danville street Rev Williams wife and children are guests ot Rev J E Wolford and wife Richmond avenue Mr and Mrs Robert Embry enter tained Monday evening in honor of his brother Mr Wm Embry Mrs Nannie Fowler and Mrs Lucy Shelton of Lexington spent Christ mas week with W H Pope and sisters Mr and Mrs R G Ward were at home Tuesday evening in honor of their attractive neice Miss Cora Ward Miss Pattuline the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs H M Ballou is visit ing in Toledo Detroit and Cincinnati Ohio Misses Sadie Fogg of Lexington and Mary Woods of Lebanon are expect ed to visit Miss Margaret Tomlinson and attend the dance Mrs Hattie Tankcrsley and children Eugene and Elizabeth ot Hamilton Ohio are spending the holidays with her parents Mr J W Pumphrey and wifeJ T Leavell the largest salesman for the Page Wire Fence South of the Ohio river left Wednesday night for Remington Indiana to visit his brother and sister Miss Ednay Ramsey a charming arrived Wednesday to pay Miss Christine Bradley a visit She will be among the belles at the hop this Thursday evening The younger set is taking every thing by storm in Lancaster Truly a remarkably pretty lot of young girls and their various entertainments have attracted unusual attention during the holidays The last hostess will be Miss Ethel West whose winning beauty and sweet manners have made her a great favorite Rev and M Chumbley were at home to the members of the Pres byterian church and the ministers of Lancaster Tnesday evening The handsome new parsonage was brilliant ly lighted and tastily arranged coffee and chocolata were served and a de lightful evening spent IV C T u Saturdoy is the regular election All members are urged to be present An Unusual Case Saturday in Winchester we dropped in to have a little chat with a profes sional friend and while there a real nice young man called to pay off his medical account lie did not grum ble or wonder at the magnitude of the bill He the doctor to just fill up a check for the amount and as he placed his signature he said with a bright beaming smile illuminating his good looking face no better time to pay than when a fellow has the money and when the doctor him he said Oh you are perfect ly welcome you never came to my house in your life to see any of my family but what you did them good As we witnessed this little transac tion we thought now if every body acted in this manner towards his what a delightful climate this would be in which to practice the healing art and life to the doctor would be one glad sweet song Ex MT HEBRON We have had a very quiet Xmas in this section W D Scott sold a bunch of shoats to Dennie Scott at Sic Mr Erasmus Allen bought a farm of 80 acres from Rice Benge located near Danville 3200 per Samuel Duncan will move to the farm vacated by E Allen- S G Vanderpool moved from this place to Hauly this week Miss Edith Montgomery entertained a number of friends at a social Mon day evening Miss Hattie Duncan is confined to her room with mumps Little Stella Mae Grow has jbeen very ill with bronchitis Mrs Lura ny Montgomery is suffering a great deal from rheumatism Mr Herman Scott of Boston Ky spent a part of the week with his grand rather W D Scott who is dangerously ill Miss Lena Rogers of Danville was the guest of Miss A E Scott Saturday night and Suuday Rev J I Wills fulfilled his appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Messrs Bar ker and Reynolds of Pollard Jessa mine county were the guests of Wil lie Onstott last week ArthurMont gomery and sister DeeWit spent a part of Xmas with their sister Mrs Philip McWilliams near McCreary Mr and Mrs Dillaird Brumfield of Jessamine were with her father Mr Alex Dean Sunday Mrs Kinnaird Woner of McCreary spent Xmas with her and Mrs J B Bourne Mr Noland Cheatham was buried at Mt Hebron cemetery last Wednesday He was a victim of the always fatal disease dyphtheria Monticello girl told ace parentsMr Mrs C thanked physician 1 The Lancaster Christian Church Now Among the Prettiest in Central Kentucky A Brief History f Organization About a year ago the members of the Lancaster Christian church to either make extensive in the present building or tear it away and build a new house of After considerable discussion and making careful estimates it was decided by a vote of the congregation to improve the present house and make it uptodate in every particu lar That they have succeeded be yond the expectations of all will be proven by a peep at the pretty edi flee The steel ceiling is the prettiest we ever saw in any church The centre is made in pannels being of tasty designs while the mouldings or coves on the side walls are well and of the most artistic The arches over the windows are perfect All this and the have been frescoed in lead and oil by a Lexington firm which has a reputation on the many similar jobs they have done all over the country This work blends nicely with the windows and the whole makes the prettiest auditorium we ever saw Two handsome electric chandeliers are in the centre The pulpit has been raised about eight inches giving the speaker a better view of his congregation and making his words more distinct in rear of the church The ladies have placed a handsome yarn carpet over the room which matches the painting The pews have been varnished linislIed decided proportioned design ornamental perfectly IIihii1Q1TdiIiIts improvements worship design sidewalls fA Irvr S n- PASTOII A R MOORS and are as nice as new The furnaces have been thoroughly overhauled and by putting in a cold air outlet at back of room the building is now comforta bly heated Large beveled plate glass are placed in the doors a gift from the C W B M and bearing inscriptions The floor of the vestibule is to be covered with tiling The prettiest part is the work back of the pulpit This represents a broken arch resting upon ornamental pillars the space being cut off by curtains and the alcove showing slightly above the curtains A small cross decorates the keystone of the arch and just be neath that is the motto God Is Love The exterior is being painted a stone color The tower is by new finials the me as used on the several corners of the building New steps have been made and pavements made the entire length of the front and around the Sunday School room in rear An iron fence will be put up in the Spring and a wooden fence placed around the rear The outside painting is being done by T H Goodson of this city one of the best painters in the state and his work speaks for itself The church was organized in on the 8th day of Dec the following as charter mem bers Jno Jennings and wife and old est sister Fannie Edmonson William Stirman and wife Mrs Polly Sartain Silas Mvers Esthane Ballinger and Mrs Lucy Price Six of these were members of the Forks Baptist church Jno Jennings was the clerk of the church and Jno S the at this time Wm Stirman was himself a preacher of the Baptist church and lived in Mercer county but with five others got their letters for the purpose of establishing a church in Lancaster He had held a few meetings in Lancaster at the request of Jno Jennings and atone of these I Mrs Lucy Price made the confession j and was baptized She was the first person to make the confession in this way in Garrard county The church was organized in the private residence of Jno Jennings On the day of the organization Jacob Robinson who was present made the confession together with one or two others who soon identified with the original nine who constituted the church Then following this organization brother Stirman preached to a large Crowd in an upper room of the Court House there being no meeting house in Lan caster at that time On the first Sun in January 1828 brother Jacob Robinson and Elijah Sartain who had previously confessed Christ were in Dix river and such was the earnestness and simplicity of those times that brother Sartain turned in the water and addressed the large con course with such burning words that many hearts were melted to tears With only the occasional help of a preacher this little company met from house to house and broke bread and studied the Word diligently until large crowds began to gather at these meetings to inquire the way of life ornamented concrete Lancaster 1827with preacher became da baptized appropriate s names f The cause grew and the Word of the Lord increased and was glorified in all parts of the county In 1828 brother Stirman moved here from Mercer county and labored the church four years So successful was his that in that time about onethird of the members withdrew and the Old Sugar Creek church In 1832 the church lost their preacher who became by appointment of the U S government an agent and missiona ry to the Indians At length they secured the services of Elder Thomas Smith who labored wiih great success for several years In 1831 a union meeting house was built and used by the Presbyterian and Christian churches Before it was quite finished Alexander Campbell Lancaster and preached arousing great interest among the people After brother Smiths pastorate the church engaged Joshua Cox A M Mc Chesney and Dr W H Hatch who the church through several years with marked ability This brings us to 1852 when the present house of worship was built After this Jas Henshall and Dr A Adams were called to preach two Lords days in the month Dr Adams remained the church until 1871 nineteen years During this long pastorate brother Jesse Walden and Henry T Anderson shared the work with him for a short while Since then the fol lowing men have preached for this church C K Marshall Elder Rick etts J L Allen W I W Yan cy Will Gibson Joseph C FrankGeo Gowen and C The present pastor Rev A R Moore whose appears above has been here for more than two years and has done noble work for his Masters cause Mr Moore is as we have often stated in these columns one of the best men we ever knew He is a who lives his religion and who puts into that which he so earnestly urges others to do No man can listen to Mr Moore without hearing something that will put the healer to thinking and while it may not be carried out yet he will resolve to mend his ways and lead a better life Another improvement to the church will be the addition of a 1200 pipe organ Almost the entire amount has been subscribed and before this reaches its readers we believe the order will have been sent in Mrs Belle Burnside one of the best the county has ever produced and who is always ready and willing to do her part will play it until her daughter Miss Willie Belle who is receiving a special course at the Cin cinnati Conservatory of Musicreturns home Miss Willie Belle like her mother has an abundance of natural talent and in addition to other stu dies at the Conservatory she is receiv ing special instruction in pipeorgan BUENA VISTA J S Ison sold to Chas Ison one pair mulef for 225 J B Ruble purchased of Sweeney Morgan 40 head of cattle averaging 800 pounds Z T Ison Jr of Mercer bought of George Ruble 4 cattle at 1325 per headGeo Robinson of Missouri has been visiting his mother and other relatives here It has been more than twenty years since he had visited his boyhood home He is now visiting in and Versailles Mrs Jno Daugh erty of Lexington has moved to her fathers J T Christopher Miss Mit tie Dunn closed a very successful term of school here last Tuesday She the pupils and a few guests with a Xmas tree Miss WillieDun can closed her school at Linden Dale last week Howard Lane spent a few days during the holidays with friends at John Green and daughter Miss Bulah of East Hickman spent Xmas with Mrs Greens father Will Lane Bessie Bolton of Cald well College and Alfred Sksnner of North Middle town are spending the holidays with the home folks Miss LucretiaSkin nes left Saturday to resume her work incthe telephone exchange in your city Miss Margaret Hackley a teacher at Georgetown is spending part of the holidays with her brother Richard near here On Xmas day at the home of the bride Mr DeWitt Merriman second son of Mrs Jesse Stott was married to Miss Weeks youngest daughter of Mr Weeks formerly of New York BUSINESS See These People For sale a spledid jersey cow thoroughbred A fine milk and butter oow Mrs Susan Fisher t f Wanted hemp Will pay market price R M West Lan cater 12tf I have a full blooded Irish Setter bird dog for sale He is 18 months old and his color is brown and well trained and good a single bird dog as there is in the state and as well bred as any bodys dog I ask 2500 for him Huck Burnside Lancas ter Ky Daniel the bright little son of Mr H VanTrees died at the family home on Danville Sunday night He was nine years old and had been sick fur time Deep sympathy is felt tjr the grief stricken family The re mains were interred in Lancaster IU4ol Dyspepsia Cwj with min- Istry visited served with Fowle G EPowell likeness man practice I paper musicians music i I entertained HarrodsburK Mrs SrMiss i I lean I as established brother Lexington If You highest jan 1 tf sleet some Cemetery wwt hitch your wagon to a star hang the ocean tornado to dry wipe the dust from a cyclone with a sfaety razor wear the aurora borealis for a an eve ning gown twist the sky into an omelette set an to rag time unbuckle the bellyband of eternity and open up the sun and moon as health resorts but you cannot find another insurance company issuing asliberal and health policies as those written by United States Casualty Compan- yJ H KINNAIRD Agt- I also repersent Mutual Life Insurance Co of NewYork You nay accident earthquake thee I KINNAIRD INSURANCE EepresentlniFollofiDiCofflpanies AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchaiitile Aetna Life Ins Co Dr HartfordConD Trains Leave Lanca tel s BEAZLEY DENTISTOffice over Dr Klnnalrds oppo site Presbyterian church Danville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money tc loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Lancaster Lodge No 104 Stated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally in vited to sit with us R KINNAIRD Louis LANDRAM Secretary Master w AFAM irr The Fox Studio use ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS and guarantee A PERFECT LIKENESS We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY I The Fox Studio We 1 Time in 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there would be less delay in the treatment which will loosfen the grip of the most stubborn cough The best cure for and other diseases of the organs of r respiration is Dr Pierces Golden Medical It cures obsti nate deepseated coughs bronchitis weak and bleeding lungs emaciation weakness and other diseases which if neglected or unskilfully treated so often end fatally in consumption r I had a terrible something over a year ago and could find nothing it or even to do me a J M Farr of Cameron Screven Co Ga I chanced to see ah advertisement of invaluable Golden Discovery 1 I Before I bad taken half a bottle I was entirely well I I before this my oldest boy who Physicians did him no good After your Discovery had cured me so quickly I wrote my to bring him the country she hav him there to see the change would do him good We were in Savannah Ga at the time She him back and after him your great Golden Medical Discovery for a time he entirely recovered Accept no substitute for ttGolden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs Dr Pleroes Pieemaat Pubis oioanse the dogged system from accumulated Imjturltlos promptlyusing taste and forthwith bought a bottle of your is now nearly five years old had a terrible cough he whole winter and summer and I could 71 Irt C S 4 0 s AJ S d 5 S 5 S noting 1 vwmwwwuwwuw For the Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The President believes in human treatment for condemned cavalry hor ses ills message said Provision should be made to enable the Secreta ry of War to keep cavalry and artille ry horses worn out In long perform ance of duty Such horses fetch but a trifle when sold and rather than turn them out to the misery awaiting them when thus disposed of it would be better to employ them at light work around the posts and when necessary to put them painlessly to death Sheep will consume about two and a half pounds of cut fodder per head a dayCooking the food for the sheep has proved a saving when the houses are proof against freezing Cooked food Is succulent and relaxes the system which renders the sheepsensitive to the cold In the growing of small fruits after the ground is prepared and the plants are set out the labor connected with their culture is not so arduous as that usually connected with the average corn crop while ingathering and mar keting the work is usually lighter In selecting the breeding it is a safe plan if the hens have a reasona bly free run to allow one male for eve ry dozen hens but If kept confined not more than eight hens should be allowed with each rooster and a less number is preferable to a greater Good clean wholesome food rarely hurts a hog but mixed with mud and filth disease lurks therein it is good economy to provide a tight feeding floor and good troughs in which the feed may be placed not only avoiding waste but Insuring more cleanliness In nearly all cases after the first bard freeze an extra covering should be put on all the fruitsand vegetable pits with a number it is the thawing and freezing that injures most and the extra covering put on in good will avoid this What is desired is to maintain a uniform temperature and this can best be secured bv apply plying a second covering before severe cold weather sets in When the tree seeds of any kind of fruit shade or ornamental are to be planted care should be taken not to allow them to become too dry before planting If they cannot be planted soon after maturing keep or in some way so as to keep moist Gen erally the best plan is to plant or sow in nursery rows so that clean cultiva tion can be given There is no way to make money on the farm today than to grow hogs The pigs are free from disease and selling when fatted at prices which will return 70 cents a bushel farmer fowls I I season insand faster JJ nJJ ir wk I p L3 l 4 4 t t I fort all the corn fed them The best meat is made of hogs weighing 180 to 200 pounds It has long been a question among aggressive and we are quite certain that when the quality of the meat is considered it does not WfC Green of New York and three other Americans have purchased a tract of 7500000 acres of land in the State of Sonora northern Mexico and will convert it into the largest cattle ranch in the world Seven thousand miles of barbed wire will be required to fence it in and it will accommo date more than 50000 head of cattle Extensive irrigation will be establish ed and a large scale engag inAfter trying various methods hav ing lived on a farm for years and al ways had a supply of home cured hams shonlders and bacon I have found the following the best said a farmers wife to me a few days ago who has the most delicious hams and breakfast bacon I ever ate I thought it would be well to tell the farmers wives her methods The hogs were killed and cleaned then hung up to cool Next morning they were taken down and cut up laying the pieces on a slanting board todrain the water oft Sprinkle salt thickly over each piece leave It two days then pack the hams in a barrel skin side down Prepare the brine the eve ning before it is wanted allowing two pounds of salt to every gallon of water used The water should be heated to boiling almost so the salt will dis solve In the morning skim the skum off that rises to the top Pour the brine over the meat and let it stay from six to eight weeks Dont keep brine long enough to make it too salty Take down and hang in the smoke house after drying thoroughly Green chips make the best smoke When a light brown rub each piece with a wet cloth put powdered borax in a pepper box and while it is damp dust the flesh side freely with the allowing a teaspoonful to a ham The borax will prevent bugs and worms Cure the sides and shoulders the same way Farmers Home Jour nal We have the best storm aprons ever brought to this market 1212 Romans Elmore Free Coal T H Lee and Leave Every 30 days we propose to give away 15 bushels of coal With every 50c cash purchase we 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 pressed Lumber Shingles Etc Call and get our prices 1212 T H Lee LeaveL produce farmingon over night Itin borax gIve marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities and towns ijs effect the human system is the same These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the and taken up by the blood and the some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver troubles jaundice and are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria gases and matter collect in the system because the liver and kidneys act and are poured into the blood currentuntil so polluted and sluggish that thepoisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various of an indolent diameter appear depleting the system and threatening lifeitself The germs that so oppress and the body and destroy the lifegiving properties of the blood rendering it thin and watery must be overcome and carried out of the system the patient can hope to get rid of Malaria and its effects does this and produces an entire change inthe blood reaching every organ and stimu lating them lo action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the general improves and increasesalmost front the first dose There is no Mercury Potash Arsenic or other mineral in S 8 It is strictly and vegetable remedy Write us about your case our physicians gladly by to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases sent IIIIALARIA Means bad air and whether it omes from the low lands and foundational failto it becomeS weak S S S thy a will t TL T Clnco AtIaaa ti j An InviSible- S Enemy to Health I4 before x 5 J S Sli ISC ScS iisija r JSEW ENTERPRISE BY MAX ADELEU If you only had a little capital to invest said the young man as he took a chair and sat down close to my desk Imight put you in th way of a good thing MineOh Its a petrifaction company the Columbia Petrifaction company of Clarion County I could spare you 100 shares What does the company do Why you know it owns a limestone spring up here in Clarion county That spring used to belong to a man named Herkimer Jones One day when his well ran dry Jones went off and brought a bucket of wa ter from that spring and the family drank it What was the consequence Next morn ing when the neighbors called Herkimer Jones was sitting at the supper table turned j to solid stone He had half of a sausage in his mouth that was turned to stone too So was Mrs Jones and Ellen P Jones and Herkimer Jones Jr and the baby The limestone water did it The heirs closed the whole lot out to a sculptor named Ferguson who arranged them in a group and sold them I to the British museum as models from the antique That is excepting the baby He put plaster paris wings on the baby and passed him off as an original design of a Cupid i Vhat about the company Well you see the company at once bought up the spring property and they in tend to go into the petrifying business upon a large scale For example sposen you get a contract from congress to execute an equestrian statue of Gen Washington First you find a horse you make that horse drink at the spring and there he is Perfectly splendid Then you find a man who bears a sort of general resemblance to You arrange a picnic get that man up there in the woods offer him a drink and in 11 minutes you can chip spalls off of him with a stonechisel Then you mount your man on your horse and there you have a group of statuary such as Greece in her palmiest days would have given her bottom dollar to get 1 see- The company you know purposes to have the country poorhouse located near to the spring and as the president of the board of trustees owns 60 shares we calculate to solidify paupers right along without inter mission say 20 or 30 a day Dont you see what a magnificent prospect it opens up for in America We can fill any order Say you want a statue of Gen Jackson and the only available pauper is too fat What do we do We petrify him and then we chip him down and touch up his maybe with a chisel Suppose you want a pair of saints to work into the front door to a church We select a couple of venerable vagrants harden them turn their noses down to give them dignity of expres sion and the bricklayers then can them right into the door jambs Suppose the demand for that kind of statuary be small Then we come down to a basis of utility at once Sposin theres a pauper with rheumatism in We pet rify him We sell him to a doctor That doctor cuts off the leg with a marble saw and there he has that inflammatory right before him turned into gran ite Sposin one of themjias a torpid liver In two hours the doctors can examine that liver just as if it was a brickbat with the torpidity sticking out it Mind you if the supply of paupers holds out I venture to say that the day is not far distant when you can take petrified livers and hearts and muscles and brain pans and build a twostory house with them with all the modern conveniences a mighty sight than you can build it out of common stone Imagine living in a house made of ossified livers Be unique wouldnt it It would attract attention 1 dont care for such things myself but Gen Bangs he tried some curious with the water out of that spring He threw a bucketful on a cat that was jump ing about on his back fence one night and there she is now fur up tail elevated mouth open picturesque and natural as life Next night he soused another one same effect of course and now Gen Bangs has 13 ex quisite statuettes of cats in various atti tudes of grace ranged around on his fence Ferguson the sculptor told him he couldnt have had those cats done in Carrara marble in Europe under 50000 But of course you have to be careful when you have the Co lumbia water around Gen Bangs kept his in a barrel and the other day his mother inlaw filled a pitcher from it accidentally and took a drink One hour later it took six men to carry her to the window so they could lower her to the pavement a derrick She weighed nearly a ton and was so hard you couldnt crack her with a The general was sorry of course he had her mounted on a revolving pedestal he kept her in his front parlor for a while palming her off on his friends as an imported statue of Minerva But finally as she excited unpleasant comments he had her cut into slabs and put into his cemetery lot as tombstones He had the gratifying reflection that she is near those who were dear to her Let me tell you that if our company gets to work and paupers are plenty a man who wants a variegated tombstone can get something that will please his taste at rates that will make the marble yard people sick It looks like a good thing but believe I dont care to go into it Ill tell you what Ill do Im a little pressed for money now and if youll buy 30 shares you may take them at half price and Ill petrify any of your you say for nothing Hows that- I have no relations that I want in that conditionNo or grandmother or anything that would work up well into a table top or a slab for a fixed washstand NoAnd youre going to throw away this chance of promoting aesthetic culture and of encouraging the love for the beautiful in your own country Im afraid so The young man shook his head and sighed as if he could hardly bear to thing of the of the times and then he said Could you lend me a quarter anyhow- I lent it to him and he went away with a solemn promise to repay iton the morrow But he must have gone to Europe to sell hi shares for he never returned N Y Weekly Reflections of Bachelor Women work statistics just they way they 3o Money makes the mare go but horses make the money go First young married couples learn to and then not to Its funny but blackhaired women want their to be redand grayhaired women want theirs to All that a man know about mechanics is of mighty little to him when be to put into commission for the N Y Preu A Golf flanker Tom Jacky Had to go back home from the country club Dick Nervous again the treasurer reminded him that his dues were not paid Puck A Perfect SnbtltnteC- obwigger Howdiayou get all that biscuit you couldnt itup into packages and advertised it am aliealih food Judge I A I highart countenance inflammatory rheumatism allover cheaper sledgehammer andafter once I relations degeneracy a quarrel beblack use trouble TomYes d sell GrocerPut 0 1t 4 Washington experiments tries the rid of 5 LIGHT IN THE CEILING Each room In my house his windows That look on the earth abroad But none his panes In Its ceiling Where sight can be had of God Each room In my house has windows Where the earth looks In on me But none has panes in its ceiling Through which the Heavens can see What Is this thou sayest neighbor Much mistaken must thou be Never yet has God the Builder Built such house for thee or me Each ceiling is all window Through whose crystal sight may go Upward to the highest Heaven Downward on the soul below God Is gazing downward alway On the soul that dwells within Sight of God and Life Eternal prayerMeetsOn the praying everywhere Windows toward the earth are many Oft may pleasing outlooks give But for grandest seek the crystal In each and Live Rev E F Burr D D In N Observer FATE OR FAITH The Determination of the Will Counts for More Than Either Heredity or Environment At the base of action on the part of man is belief This is a strong deter mining factor in what he does not do It is that which directs his course He carries with him on this course all the wealth or poverty of his talents arid learning At present we are having a revival of belief in fatalism Men are ac cepting the doctrines of heredity and environment and declaring that men are bound by them that they shape a mans character and determine the conditions of his life Xo man is to be praised by any position to which he may have attained or blamed for any evil excesses he has committed or any depths of sin to which he have descended The sense of personal re sponsibility is eliminated Man is to be an automaton by someunseen master force lIe is made up of certain elements chem ists are now searching for the proper proportions that they may put them together and make a man This is carried still further the world is declared to be bound in a rigid frame work of law with no place for tIle su pernatural God is equally bound lIe has no personality but is simply It a mighty energizing force Acceptance of this fatalistic belief for which so many strong arguments can be and are brought forward sooner or later leads a man to give up any attempt to direct the course of his own life Why should he try lie feels that he has no pow er and would only be attempting the impossible The question is asked What chance has the boy or girl brought up in the slums of a great city or at the back side of the desert to amount to anything The burden of work so presses home upon the working man with small pay and a large family that he has no opportu nity for anything approaching the cul ture of his mind and soul The use lessness of the fight against fate is realized and men say Whats the use let us enjoy ourselves the best we can The dont care what we do and the pleasure loving spirit comes in with a tendency to despair and men easily giveup life by ending it at their own hands But there is another belief that puts men on an footing with God the world and themselves That is faith in their freedom of thought and action faith that they have power to direct their own lives faith in a personal God who takes of mens efforts Heredity and environment while accounting for much do not account for everything There is the personal element the de termination of the will that can and does set them aside Man mayrise superior to his circumstances and make them his servants rather than his masters The boy born under the worst conditions in the slums or back woods by the use he makes of his faith in his freedom rises above the boy born and brought up under the best conditions but who makes no use of them to grasp any better thing The workingman in the factorjn by this personal element faith in isis free dom has come to own the factory in which he formerly worked or to rise superior to his conditions with a se rene and triumphant spirit Many a man steeped in sin and bound by the chains of evil has come to realize his condition and through this faith has turned to his Saviour Jesus Christ and has been transformed life and Fate is a stone wall high and thick which stands k directly across mans pathway dom man rises in his might pulls down that stone wall and goes on his way The wide sea inter poses a barrier to a free means of communication between the nations but man builds fast steamships and makes the sea a helpvto a quicker way of communication The very ob stacles put in the path of the man who has this faith prove the stepping stones to a larger material or spiritual success The battle is half won when a man dares to take his fate in his own hands The descendant of a bad lot of ancestors often makes up his mind that by the of God his life shall be the turning point for better things Hard circumstances which crush one man only prove an inspira tion to another man not because he A Friendly Bit Patience I would squeeze my feet out of shape yes you would if you in my shoes Yonkera States Sherlock Holme Ethel in the pantry Shall I steal the oranges Freddie watching No the apples Oranges while yours eating them NY Times jp upwardBlessed ceilingLook Y does declared manipulated matter entirelydifferent account often but by faith PatriceOh were man I H i i d o1 zany character inisiafree grade never smell L Vc guarantee every bottle of Chum erains Cough Uemedyanrl will re mid I lie money tuuuyonu who is not slier using two thirds of the intents This is the best remedy in he worlll fur la grippe coughs colds roup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take Itprevents my tendency of a cold to result in tineumonia For sale by all Druggist Im God did notdesgn the church to but a recruit log ollice for Gods soldiers Croup The peculiar cough which indicates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should be lost iu the treatment of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable time in with untried remedies but 110 matter how highly they may be but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by all Druggist im You may try to do many a days won ry but you can only do one days work at a time For a bad taste in the mouth take a tow doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price cents Warranted to cure For sale by Druggist im Discontent with ourselves will cure us of discontent with our Itev Cliiirlialo 1 B MartIn 1 Waverly Texas writes Of a morning when first rising I often find a troublesome collection of phlegm of Ballards Horehound Syrup will once dislodge it and the trouble is over I know of no medicine that is equal to it and it is so pleasant to take I can iriost cordially it to all persons needing a for throat or lung troubles Price 2oc 50c 100 bottle at E E McRoberts drug store 1m The man who is stingy on a ten salary will be stingier on a million Cease to be simple if at all prolonged The safest way is to put them aside at the very beginiug Ballards Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause of colds 25c 50c and bottle at K E McRoberts druggist 1m Gods succor comes swifter than sins sting nest Liniment on Earth Henry DBaldwin Supt City Water Works Shullburg Wis writes 1 tried many kinds of liniment but have never received much benefit I used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains I think it the best liniment on earth oOc and 100 bottle at 11 E Mcllob erts drug store im Money creates more wants than it satisfies If Unwell Try a 50c bottle of Hcrbine notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appetite Energy Strength and Vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedom from Indiges tion and Debility Issac Story Ava Mo writes Sept 10th 1900 1 was in bad health I had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr J W Mory pre scribed Heroine it cured me in two weeks I cannot recommend it too highly it will do all you claim for it Sold byRE McRobeits druggist 1m He is a traitor to man who is not true to God POSTED 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 i law- S F Em iry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAnderson R A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West- J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Eobt Gulley Mrs JHansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White- L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending Dec 19th 1902 Robert Beazly Theo Burnside J H Bush John Cook Sue Mason John Marten Austin Rise William Weave If called for say advertised Wm West P M mount Melllck Embroidery t I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue I have a nice assortment of jardi which will be sold cheap I keep constantly on hand a full line of crockery at prices that cannot be equaled Mrs Singleton Lexington street n4tf Old papers for sale If i tLenny Miller RECORD office or CluJIrllua Couh- ljjmIy VurntI ali ticd mere experimenting recommended 5 all circumstances L L veryhardat recommend medicine dollar lIn It 8 Horehound 100 until c Or nd If Inters l f1 l j avr moths be- St lyinginhospital 44 5 bowels but regular acton cinnct secured until secretes bile to make the intestines execute their natural functions ural agitation caused cathartics fie compels continual and increasing doses to results i acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of 1 Ik Malarial Bilous Remitting and Inter nutting Fevers and by going to the seat of trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE YOUR OLD KENTUCKY HOME We are not going to tell you theres no etter place on earth You are more able to judge tl at We ao want to tell you if for any reason you situ d leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to n ake your home than OR ONE WAY SETTLERS RATES ARE STILL OFFERED BY THE RyTheTickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21st 1903 Ask TJs For RatesGO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent GenM Pass Agent LOUISVILLLE KY You Want The Best get the Latest Creations and styles in MILLINERY Call on us Our stock was carefully selected is very pretty the styles cor rect and prices right No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT 11 Y Theytcnporarily 111 rure cns Uilvuby agItating the e liver eCHOUl w Unnat nv I attain 1p tt J w r1 O IL fLOW h ITo I- iI t- I rn i 0 rrn L4tJ2 the I4c iT Fsl F k5 l the- E s 5 f gi j a J D 0 A M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Uusiraiitceu Leave word at the CKXTUAI RECOUD ollice or address me at Lancaster Still In The Ring We have moved our shop to the room above Thomp Sons jewelry store on Danville street where we have the Best Barter Shop in Hair cutting Shauipooingkdone in the very best manner have been here many years and by doing the best work hope to be here many more HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber CHESAPEAKE k OHIO Railway Tlmelu efct July15 19W Lv Louisville GOOpra Lexington 1120am 84 am 8 15ntn 550pm Winchester 11 57 niu 9 18pm 8 58am 030pm MtSterliilg 1225 Itll 94pm 925am 705pm 5 20 am SITJpui 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evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 V Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky ff You Are Going North If You Are Going Souti If You Are Going East If You Are Going West VUHCHMC TICKCTSVM THC 5HOGS It a 2 a J Si I touiavau NACHVIUC M Kir v o so The Maxmum ofSafety v3 The Maximum ofSpi TJJB Maximum of Comfort i 72fcMinimum of Rates CI 1 pt J i fF t i 1 t i tj 5 j ivi H