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RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 9 1903 J IJ THE CENrl RALTHIRTEENTH YEAR A- e xsruss 4I s Announcement of our Great January Clearance Sale thIj LOOK READ II II eoe 9Y ooaooaoCo E3 oa oooo oo Dry Goods Underwear Blankets ComfortsCloaks SkirtsMillinery Shoes Clothing I Overcoats and Hats 1 I I 1 I I I I Suits IJ j b I JA BEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS- To be found in the town Prices low I D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law insurance policies bought or loaned on for sums of ftim and upward I lt l o f 1 2 f f Life O i- r a 5 p We propose to make this the most extraordinary sale of merchandise reduced prices ever offered in this vicinity A Every Will We come We are not looking for profit this time of the year our aim is to clean tne surplus stock AND GET THE CASH and the prices we are making will do it Dont Miss This Sale Costs Nothing to See Our Bargains and But Very Little to Buy Them During This Sale Every thirteenth person who makes a Cash purchase of Fifty cents or will receive fifty cents in mer of their own selection freeN of charge 0 0- i Sale I 0 f 0 o 0- I I 0o I ore c ndise t RW1 r QI pat Pocket- Book o flout o 0 a 0 p Q Bf B LOGAN DRY GOODS co J l WflJ JffifUillill N o o ooooo oooo oooe aoooves I Items of Local Interest Fox the photographer Friday Paint Lick Bank We publish in this issue the quarter ly statement of the Paint Lick Bank It shows the institution to be in fine shape and reflects great credit upon its gentlemanly cashier Mr W G Kemper Goose Supper A number of the city officials gave a goose supper to the City Council and several invited friends in the Police Court room Friday night It was greatly enjoyed The report that Councilman Beazley ate three geese is untrue He hardly made that record fled Be a Chump When a pretty girl pins a flower on a young mans coat she always tilts her chin up and takes a look at it side ways and the fellow who does not tumble then had best stay indoors when a funeral is passing for fear of being run over by the hearse Among the Injured Capt Thos Austin whose accident was reported in last is sua is resting some easier but suffers intense pain Both bones in his leg were broken just above the ankle Clever Big Injun Kothwell is still use crutchers never over his hurt at the Franklin tire some months ago While he comes to town most every day yet he suffers much pain Mrs Williams who fell down the steps at the home of her soninlaw Rev J E Wolford is very much improved Mrs Mace Mil ler who was badly burned at the home of her parents Mr Alex Bishop and wife is much improved having great pain from her injuries Mrs Wade Walker who has baen quite411 at her home on Water streetis much improved The editor of this paper whose finger was chawed off by printing press is still at the old stand ready to wait on the friends and of THE RECORD Continually Growing We earnestly request our to look over our list of subscribers During the first two years of our man agement we prunedand weeded out several hundred dead heads who had never paid the former proprietor and who had no idea of paying us We have never asked a single person to to take THE RECOUP and when this fact is remembered and we can show that the list has continually grown it is a record of which we are justly proud This paper is taken by the ve ry best people in the countyand there is not one but who will pay for it with out being dunned While we could go out and get possibly five hundred more names yet we know the people we have on our lists are the ones the merchants want to good paying honest people So we our the best any paper has ever had is the county There is not a dead beat on our list something few papers can claim If a person wants THE RECORD and is the right kind of a man he can get it and pay any time during the year but we will be hang ed if fe are going to print papers for Tom Dick and Harry just to say we have a large list We print 1500 pa pers each issue which Is a list not to be sneezed at if you please Good Cheap Book Adolph and Arthur Joseph have a big lot of books by the authors which they are Jelling at a bargain are clear print on good paper are well bound All the latest and best works can be had at very small tJail at J store and see Theyregoiiig rapidly tfJ unfortunate comp lledlto getting Institute a patrons advertisers reachthe consider Hilt They coSt suffered nest them r t The City Council met last Monday night and allowed some claims Mr Tillett was given the workhouse for another year Fifty Four Interments Mr S B Henry sexton tells The Record there were fiftyfour in the Lancaster Cemetery last year thirtynine adults and fifteen children Died In Missouri Mr Jno M Baker writes 1 he Rec ord from Plattsburg Mo that A C Cook formerly of this county died there last week Mr Cook was here about a year ago and is well known in Garrard Week of Prayer The Christian Alliance Week o f Prayer has been observed in Lancaster this week as follows Monday evening Christian church Dr E H Pearce subject The Church Militant Tues day evening Methodist church Rev C M Chumbley subject Foreign Missions Wednesday church Rev A R Home Missions Thursday Baptist church Prof J E Mannix subject Special Work Among theYoung A Good Idea An Anderson county farmer stuck a bottle upon a fence post on his farm by the side of the railroad track as a tempting mark for the firemen on the passenger locomotive to throw at No one fireman in twenty were able to resist the temptation and having no stones to throw they would have to throw pieces of coal In this way the farmer always had coal to burn and he could well afford to replace the bottle when one happened to get hit Moral It is easier to cajole the coal trust than to force it Harrodsburg Herald Fell in Cellar Saturday morning as Mr Charley Zimmer started to catch the train he bruised up by falling in the cellar at the Garrard hotel lot The fence extends full length of the front pavement but it was so dark that Charley continued ahead after passing Batsons store and walked into the cellar near Arnolds stable lot His face was badly cut in several old tin and rocks and he was other wise injured This cellar cost the town eight hundred dollars not long ago and it would be a good idea to have the place fixed While on this subject Tny1 RECORD will again attention of t e Council to the need of a light at the depot Theres trap which is going the payers a large wad If It is not looked after wasbadly placesby cant tocost tax I 1 interments Presbyterian another there CL Kattle Em Up Danville J C and family have removed from Garrard county to the Kinnaird prop erty on the Lexington pike which was recently purchased by him They will be welcomed to Boyle county Mr Boner is the father of Mrs John Ches nut and Mr Alfred Boner Will Not be a Candidate Having seen the name of Hon Lew is L Walker mentioned in the as a probable candidate for Commonwealths Attorney we met on the street the other day and asked him in regard to the report He You can say for me that I not a candidate and will not be am practicing law and am not in Former Lancaster Man We acknowledge receipt of a New Year card from our friend Rev J R Tercy of Ells vorthKansas The inscription reads We live in deeds not years in thoughts not breaths in feelings not in figures on a dial We should count time by heartthrobs He most lives who thinks most feels the noblest acts the best Back to Good Old Garrard Stanford Journal Mr John Will iams and family have moved back to Garrard greatly to the regret of friends made during their stay in Lin coln The Misses William who have been conducting a mantunmaking es tablishment in the Myers House flats ask us to thank their patrons for the liberal patronage given them Moves to Richmond Dr H GSaudlin and family left last week for Richmond where he will lo cate to practice medicine During his stay in Lancaster Dr Sandlin made many friends Beside being a splendid physician he is a Christian gentleman and will be missed by his church and the community The Record takes great pleasure in reccommending him to the people of Madison More Truth Than Poetry A little girl had been looking at some pictures of angels and she turn ed to her mother and asked Mama why are there no men in heaven But there are men in heaven the mother Then why is it asked the child that never see any pictures of angels with whiskers and mustache True but there are men in heaven was the reply only they get in by a close shave A New Department J R IIaselden has taken out the partitions on the second floor of his building and fitted up same for his buggy department He has bought a car load of buggies surries road wag ons e t c will arrive this week Mr Haseldon is a trueborn hustler and iris one of the largest establishments n Lancaster lie has worked his way up in the world by his own pluck and enterprise a n d b y honest dealing built up a splendid business Phil Hunter Company This troupe will appear at the court house on February 4 and the varied and novel attractions are pleasing the public all over the country They de serve a large audience Mr Honkers clever work in magic and ledgerde main astonishes the audience his feats appearing beyond the natural Mr Carl Anderson delights the people with his drawings and superior work as a cartoonist and humorist while Verne Moore is the best cornet soloist and pianist in the country It is a great show Reserved seats 50 cents at McRoberts general admission 25 cents children front seats 15 centstf Iriuch moving Chief of Police Injun Rothwell has moved to the Doores property on Water street Attorney W I moved into the Thompson prop erty on same street Mr and Mrs John F Lear have also moved to Wa ter street taking the Buck property as has Alex Beazley who takes posses sion of the Kemper property recently purchased bv him Fred Kemper and family have moved to the Hughes Al dridge property on Water street Dr H M Grant has moved to the Bush property on Richmond street vacated by Judge Ford and family who moved to the Ward property on same street D D has to the Keg Mason on Paulding street vacated by Dr Burnett who has taken thorns at Mrs Fox on Lexington St Isaac Hamilton and family of Beuna Vista have moved into the Anderson property on Danville street just Thompsons store Mrs Susan Anderson and family have moved to the property on Lexington street purchased by Miss Amanda Anderson from W T West Give 17s Your Order 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 pri ces 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 office and can make it to your Interest to see us tf The Record Office AdvocateMr Boner replied am I Happy replied Williams moved below recently newspapers politics use property 4c The Ladles Aid Society will receive the members of the Christian church PresbyteriBn Methodist and Baptist congregations Friday evening Janus ry 9th seven to ten oclock at the church A O U W The above order celebrated Christ mas by having a big oyster supper This lodge is one of the strongest and best in town and the insurance feat ure is splendid For a very small fee you can carry two thousand dollars in surance and get the benefits of lodge too The membership is in creasing and there is work at nearly every meeting The following officers were elected last week B F Walter N W H C Hamilton P M W John Tatum Overseer Dr Burnett Guide C W Graves O W John Conn I W John J Barton R and T Now t the Time Every man who owes his local mer anybody for that matter should make every possible effort to square accounts by the first of the new year Merchants usually take an in ventory of stock at the beginning of the new year and also settle with their creditors The fact that they are easy with you is no sign that they do not want their bills They have paid out their money for their goods and expect their customers to remem ber their kindness The fact that they made a profit on what they sold you is not to be considered in your reason for neglect because they could have doubtless sold the same goods to some other for cash Get Busy The Record wishes to remind those of the Garrard county people ap pointed on committees to work up the Kentucky Exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair that it is high time they were up and about It is now a fore gone conclusion that the state will have a good show so why not have our good county of Garrard in the push We have more to show than the av erage county so lets all put our shoul ders to the wheel and have old Garrard at the of the list If the chair man or any member of the committees wish to make a call for a meeting these columns are at disposal Don t put this off too long Plain sewing and heavy skirts Mr Mary E Harlan Mrs R A McGrath Jr Marksbury tf We have the best storm aprons ever Drought to this market 1212 Romans Elmore If you want to buy gop4 cheap attend Dry Goods Co Clearance Sale j92t I Reception I I I from a good chantor head your Sr merchandise Logan Special low prices on Ladles Slippers during our Clearance Sale The Dry Goods Co j92t Mrs H C Potts died at he r near Buckeye Tuesday the taking place yesterday We were to get an extended notice of the deceased PREACHERSVILLE The Payne heirs will have a sale on the 15th inst J B and Elmore bought 21 hogs rrom W B Ragan for 105Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson have returned to school at George townBD Holtzclaw went to Cincinnati with a mixed load of cattle and hogs first of the week W H Brown has sold the piece of land he bought of J C Siler to A J Thompson for a nice profit Mrs F F Cummins and daughter Miss Allie May after a very pleasant visit to friends has returned to her home at Corbin Mrs S B Hutchins is visiting her sister Mrs Archer at Burgin for a few days B T Lunce ford and wife were visiting Sam Bal lard Sunday has re turned to Cincinnati to work on the street car Prof E E Bishop of Burgin has been here for the last week working on his school building Henry Lawson and wife are planing to move to Illinois in a few weeks Harry Lamb of Cleveland Ohio has been here visiting Miss Ella Bow lia who is home on a vacation from Williamsburg where she has been school Mrs Addle Gentry reports a fine large turkey stolen on Sunday night before Xmas We dont aim to tell tales out of school but Mr J B is said to have had just such a tur key for dinner Xmas day The proposition to extend our pres ent mail route 011 from here to Berea has been rejected by the powers that be which proves the steenth time that the merits of an enterprise do not by any means always decide its fateWhile singing the hair from hogs feet Ruth the 10 year old daughter of Wallace Baker caught her dress on fire and becoming frightened started to run Her sister Ada two years older caught her and held her and screamed for their mother who soon arrived and wet cloth put out the flame Although the dress was completely destroyed the girl was scarcely burned at all Logan unable Hutchins W D W R Rlgsby 1 Wallace a burial NALLACETON attending with Washing Machine I Ie toI I I Pails of water will wash 4 shirts or sheets t ISold on s Positive Guarantee Money Refunded J R NASELDEN Or ARE YOU WITH US IOur car of Buggies Surries will Jan loth audI c t Ii II t t 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 is not fully satisfied with her purchase Suits 150 to 5 Singlebreasted Suits Doublebreast ed Suits Norfolk Suits Everything Boys Clothing to please Tell mother we want her to come in and see our display H TLogaii The One Price I I I I i i I i H jtK R II- i r V- f 1 Yin r Clothier- S I iS a A A v I I d7 IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES 1 HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c I II r1 fj tOLD m PH TONS m IR0 MAN S XX ELM 0 R E1m tzij 8 m m 8 B fm fZ t f- fyrrv5 eJF1 Iii I HIKORYAffO i 7 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Laneatter Kir at SecondClan Man Matter Lancaster Ky Jan 9 7903 newspaper boys spread them selves as usual on the New Year and some of their editorials were to use a slang expression out of sight Among those we clipped for our is the following from the pen of bighearted Harry Somers of the Eliz abethtown News After announc ing his text he says Has your life been the happier for good and is the world the gainer by any act of yours are questions that should be forcibly brought to mind If not then consider yourself a failure in all that goes to make this earth a pleas ant abiding place In the accumula tion of wealth you may have been a success adding to your hoard youjmay have cuased pain and distress to others Are you happier for that Riches do not constitute the body guard to contentment and without a contented mind wealth is a delusion Better happiness in a hovel than rich es in a palace If the past year has been devoid of happiness consider the reason why and on the unfolding of the new page on the everlasting book of time letjour determination be to improve upon the past and pursue this determination with a steadiness of purpose that will insure success at the close of another year A kindly disposition a cheery word of encour agement to your more unfortunate brother charitable acts and hums deeds are the golden sands that make true wealth and create a life worth living Wireless telegraphy i s an accom plished fact Marconi has announced to the Associated Press the of wireless communication Canada and England Tha first message across the ocean was the Lon don Times Another message from the Governor General of Canada to King Edward has also been sent and its receipt acknowledged The from Cape Breton Canada tram where the message was sent to Corn wall England where they were IB 2300 miles The possibilities of wireless telegraphy while yet pro blematical may be in the near future almost miraculous in results ONE of Editor Harry McCartys ma ny wanted to give that clever gentleman a Christmas present and being in the coal business it was that he fill Harrys sock with coal But the dealer had seen Harrys feet and Instead of attempting to fill the sock filled the coal house there by saving enough to supply several customers with the fuel Press dispatches announce anothe uprising of the Boxers in China The Chinese Commander Lung Fu Slang has together 10000 armed Box ers for jbtfe purpose of exterminating the foreigners in the province of 8u The Is said to the support of the Em THE accomplished andwhile establishment between V I I dIs- tance received Shi n scrapbook t 1 friends suggested gotten She movements have r n press Dowager who is supplying the Boxer leader with funds Friendly officials are advising foreigners and missionaries to flee for their lives The trouble between England and Germany on one side and Venezuela on the other Is still unsetteled gotiations for arbitration pending but some difficulty is in an arbitration England and Germany have suggested that thewhole matter be left President Roosevelt and it is understood that this would be agreeable to Venezuela but it is not at all certain thah the President will accept the position Cogressmen and members of the Cabinet think that the United States may become too much interest ed in the result of the squabble to al low this country or its President to act in the capacity of arbitrator An other suggestion is that the Hague tribunal be selected to settele the matter The United States may ob ject to this as the Hague is composed entirely of foreign representatives who might not properly protect the Mon roe Doctrine in the settlement In the meantime the powers have block aded the Venezuelan ports and war exists PAINT LICK Mrs Lovie Broaddus and Mr Jerry Broaddus were married at Lancaster Wednesday evening and are now boarding at the veranda Hotel Mr Champ Shumate of this place has been quite sick for the past week but is better at this writing A F Davis has accepted a position with A B Es tridge for the year 1903 Little Earl Jennings the son of Sam Jennings is quite sick with congestion of the lungs is at home for a month on a visit Epp Anderson is now In Lexington on important business James Butner has been with Kellogg and Co of Richmond for the past week Dr Walker spent- a few days In Louisville last week Dr Bosley was called home to to see his sister who has been very ill Rev Lawrence of Lexington made his first address at Fairview church Sunday morning and the mem bers of the church are very much with him Mr Ike Arnold has taken charge of the Veranda Hotel Mrs Brount of Junction City spent a few days with her husband S H Blount of this place Mrs A B Estridge spent Friday in Lancaster Quite a crowd of the Paint Lick people took dinner with Buford Ely and wife Sunday Wm Broughton has been quite sick but is better The Ladies aid Society will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs Henry Moore at the Veranda Hotel House for rent Possession given at once Romans Pig Black Poland China weight about Left my Dlace Xmas week J A Beazley Lancaster Ky tf For sale a spledid jersey cow thoroughbred A fine milk and butter cow Mrs Susan Fisher Wanted hemp Will market price R M West Lan cater 12tf Ne are still securing t o Presidents nominal Ale LeFord Lebanon pleased W J 30 t t pay highest Loft lbs MEMOVAL SALEAs we are intending to remove our shop we month December sell the at great sacrifice to boxing and hauling Come and get pick You will save money STANFORD STREET rI f ot RSSTQKOF saves Ttild tJd oJUttyl4fbljilofksi Enl t tt tAJU tLtfUU- j 10 t vrriv4Kic I PIt SNT MONUMENTS r w ry- ax r1 HAUKSIilKY Mr A H Rice and wife of Nashville are visiting his mother Mrs Mary Hie Miss Annie T Cecil sari brother J T of Danville spent part of last week with their grandmother Mrs Fannie Pollard Rev Stallings spent several days last week In Springfield Mrs Ben Hughes and little daugh ter Della Rice returned to their home In Lancaster Thursday after a pleas ant visit to Mrs Margaret Sutton of Danville was the guest Sunday o f his cousin Mr Joe Tuggle Mr Mrs N H Bogie left this week for a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Hughes at Birmingham Mr Jim House has moved to the farm he rented of Mr M G Aldridge having moved to Lancaster to educate his chil dren Mr and Mrs A D Hughes several friends Sunday Walter Perkins sold some hogs to C A Robinson at 5 cts C A Robinson bought of T I Herring a bunch of hogs at 5 cts N H Bogie sold to Nent Wallace two meat hogs at 6 cts Charles Durham sold C Becker of Bryantsville 80 bushels of hemp seed at per bushel BRYANTSVILLE Miss Mayme Ballard has returned to Hamilton Collge after spending the holidays with her mother Miss Bessie Bolton has returnd to Caldweli- I College after spending the holidays with her mother Mr R L and wife of Paint Lick and F Jennings of Danville spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs J S Haselden Mr W L Glass was in Ilarrods brug Monday on business Miss Una Mongomery has returned from Bohon where she has been visiting relatives Mr and Mrs T S Barr of Wilmore have returned home after spending several days with Mr W S Glass Jand family Miss Jennie Burnside has returned to Millersburg College after spending hollidavs with her parents Mr and Mrs James Burnside Mr Sam Baker and Miss Pearl Combs spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs Glass STONE Miss Cordie Davis visited nie Preston last week G W Anderson bought of Jno Stapp one milk cow for BMr Willie McQuerry is rejoicing over the arrival of a tine girl Mr M Sanders is visiting his son J A Sanders at Hiattsville Mrs George Anderson fell down stairs last week and received a painful hurt Mr Asa Wilsen has accepted a as clerk in C S Sanders dry goods Sanders bought of Lem Teater two calves for also of C Leave two for 16 Mr Leslie Green and wife their young friends at social last Wednesday night Thompson the little son of C S Sanders has been very sick but is better at this writin- gsLittle Miss Georgie spent last week with her little friend Peachle May Sanders Misses Pearle and Jewell Sanders attended the wedding of their cousin Miss Myrtle Sanders last week Mrs Mary A Sanders made her lit tie daughter a nice present of a fine pair of Peafowls as a Xmas present Elder P Gillian of Lexington will preach at Scotts Fork the third in this month Let all the offi cers and members be present On the 18th of December Mr J T Hicks of this place and Miss Iva of Madison drove to the home of Elder Campbell and were united in the holy bonds of wedlock BUENA VISTA Frank Stewart sold to A T Scott a load of corn at 2 per barrel Some took advantage of the cold weather last week and harvested the IceMisses Sechrest and brother a number of their friends New Year evening Isaac Hamilton and family have moved to your city where they expect to keep boarders By the will of the late John Robin son which was probated last week 5000 was Jeft to Central University Danville The Prohibition Alliance held interesting meeting New Years night They are going to ask the state president for a lecture Mrs Albert Skinner was called last week to the bedside of her aged fa ther near Huston ville He died morning from the Infirmities of old age lacking a few days of being ninetySeveral of our young people the social given last Tuesday eve by Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett Bryantsville in honor of Misses Pearl and Ann Hill of Lancaster and from near Danville Miss Irena Austin a student at Lebanon entertained New Years day Miss Bolton returned this morning to Caldwell College George has returned to his home in Mis a brief visit to his mother and other relatives Mr John Leav ell of your city visited sisterin Mrs IkeLeaven at her mothers Sunday George Ruble made a busl toLexington last week Bradley Cunningham and Jerome Christopher are with friends in i j I W DI Mr Sam Tuggle entertained to C 250 Jennings Miss Len 35 position storeL 25 entertained Sunday Snyder entertained another Friday attended Bessie Robinson after n Lexington j rr N bi- B ni near law trip I r r liOUHNR Allan Ray spent Sunday with friends at Buckeye R M Pierce of Barboui villp visited relatives here last week Clay Ray of Buckeye was with his uncle Allan Ray last week Mr Gilbert Turner is delivering his crop of tobacco this week at Sic Wm Duncan sold seven barrels of corn to Jas Middleton at 2 00 per barrelGilbert Turner sold a good work mule to Jessamine parties last week for 65 Misses Lucy Marsee and Scottie Hendren spent Sunday with MissBer tha Ham Miss Bertha Turner of Hiattsville is visiting her cousin Turner this week Noah Marsee and Miss Rovesta spent Saturday and Sunday with J M Turner and family of Hiatts ville R T Pierce of New Jersey is with his parents at Barbourville now after a several days visit with relatives here John Jackson and family have into the house just vacated Bratton We were all sorry to see Mr Jackson leave as he was a good friend and neighbor LONGEST SPAN IN WORLD New Bridge Under CcmatrnctIoivOv r the St Lawrence River fr Near Quebec A bridge which will have the longest span in the world is being constructed over the St Lawrence river about Cy3 miles south of Quebec The great St Lawrence flows between high rocky cliffs at that point and vatic according to the tide The water is about ISO Sect deep in thechannel and flows by at a rate The channel will be crossed with a suspended span and two cantilever arms making the unsupported structure 1800 feet long Sun It will be 200 feet longer than the span of the new East River bridge New York The length of anchor arms on each side of the main spans will be 500 feet with one approach span of 220 feet at each end between anchor piers and terminal abutment The length of the structure including abutments will be 3300 feet The bridge will have two railway tracks a single electric motpr track and a highway for vehicles The depth of the suspended span at the center will be 120 feet The substructure will consist of two main piers two anchor piers sad two abutments One of these anchor piers is founded on solid rock and the other on hard blue clay The sinking of the caisson for the main pier was a great engineering feat The caisson was sunk through a compact mass of granite bowlders bound together with cobblestones and fine gravel The penetration of the caisson was so slow that on some days the distance could not be recorded on other days it was scarcely more than four inches though it bore a load on its roof of more than 20000 tons Owing to the immensity of this load ands its attendant danger this method was finally abandoned and concreting in the working chamber wasp begun Progress by this method was rapid and in 17 days the pier was built The caissons for the two main piers are each 150 feet long 49 feet wide and 25 high They are of southern pine The caisson for the north pier was built on the north shore about 4000 feet east of the pier site and it was successfully launched and towed into position and made fast in a berth previously prepared in the short space of 70 minutes At the site of the two main piers the water has a depth of only about ten feet at low tide and as the casson draws about 12 feet unloaded it grounded at low tide and floated at high tide the water then being about 29 feet deep The concrete was being placedin crib work on top of the working chamber of the caisson for the north pier lately and excavation in the chamber was being carried on only during low tide and it was continued until sufficient was put in to overcome the of the air pressure after which the excavation was continued without interruption CHICKENS ARE VAIN Singular Thing About the Fowl Noticed by an Unusually Cloae K Observer Speaking about chickens do you know I am inclined to think the is about the vainest thing in the fowl line said a man who has made a rather close study of the feathery tribe and I think I have good reasons for the faith that is in me We are in the habit of using the expression as vain as a peafowl The peafowl Is of course very vain They seem to appreciate the beauty and of their plumage They strut around with an infinite sort of pride and they leave rib doubt in a persons mind as to the existence of an vanity Peafowls will go crazy if you rob them of their tail feathers and I have observed not a few instances which substantiate this fact But recurring to chickens I have found them as a rule vainer than kind of fowl I have a rather interesting brood at my place now and I have been making a little study of the members of the group They only a few days old They had not arrived at the piping stage be fore they began to display what I may call a pride in thesubject of thejr personal appearance They began to peck at their wings before they had thoroughly dried and within a few hours after they had left the shell They began to themselves after the fashion of the older chickens in order to get rid of the dust Chickens you know take a dust bath and then flutter their feathers and shake themselves in order to dl the dust Well these young before they had been out of the three hours began to go through these motions They began to fix un I mar MS mum I Miss Rovesta Turner moved by J swift spain concrete buoyancy chicken magnificence inordinate actually somewhat liters N another arenow grid egg themselves i y et 4 l ssatji jo jaupuoa am OAj sqo oj uoia sut OUAVUUUI JDto fja3 jo aatiauadxD aqi inoqn sr 3auau lIx RVU osoddn j pun u3oiia oiji su ajt uc jca os Suuliuud siiiSoq JAVO- JJ311JO OU JO AO I OJIl tit CJLO X JIUC- Vataqi jo suSts Avoqs o pair njaouioQsouix sucafjQ Aa j oq oj Suppiooou jaAjasqo asop aqi paniujU- OD UtBA Cj3A 3JB Stiajptlp pns T5fqpan3dtnnp naaq stay aSnnmid osoqu IDJSOOI pnojd aqi ucq pug ouo trco ajociaods Cioipunioui slain lUlU aojnu fq paSunjansip pun paios sjaqjcsj sail Survuq IB ojnsnaidsip suaq oq jqnop ou st uaq IOAV 8 sc pans sv uotssajdxa jjsci q jnoqn U9AV Say os pnc ji o mop Snp pcoaq aq ut sSutq aaqjo SK jsnC jajtoi sic oSucjjc o iqSno ua piq3 U jcq faAjpunsat Avoaq oj pauiaas QUARTERLY REPORT AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Wednesday Dec sist 1902 I KESOUKCES Discounts Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Due Irons National Hanks 29062 C7 Due Irons State Banks and Bunker Due Banking rouse and Lot Other Keal Estate Mottgiges Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie 178100 7BJ58 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as cash Furniture and Fixtures Fund to pay Taxes Current expenses paid lust quarter XIAKIIITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash Fund Undivided profits IfiOOOPO 100000 1431 SS as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not OM2GH Deposits subject to check on interest is certificates of deposits on which interest is Time certificates of de posits on which in tcrest is paid Savings deposits on which Is paid Certified Checks 9112614 Due National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers Dime Trust Companies Cashiers oat standing Hills rediscounted Unpaid dividends and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUrrtKMEXTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder or Turn including in the liability of the or firma the of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if uch ex eeeds 20 cent of capital stock ac tutilljr paid In and amount of surplus In the baukf3 00 How is indebtedness stated in above Item 1 secured Vendors lien on 200 acres of land sold 10000 all paid except the above Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or oflicer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank Does amount of Indebtedness of person company or firm including in the of company or firm the liability of the individual members tin ruol exceed 0 cf capital and actual surplus Amount of lust dividend fISO 00 interest and taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring divi dendand was not less than 10 per cent of net the hank for the covered the dividend car tied to the surplus fund before dend was declared Yes 1000 10ySfil 32 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G of Peoples Bank of rains Lick Ky n Bank doing business in town of Paint Lick in said county being duly sworn says that the forego is in all respects true statement of the condition of Sank at the close of business on the list day of Deer 190J to the best of his and belief mud fur ther says that the business of said Bank has been transacted nt the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an otlicial notice received the Secretary of State designating the 31st of Deer 1JO as on which such report shall be mode R G Guyn Arnold Directors Marion Coy Vi G Kemper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G Kemper cashier day of D cr lUft Notary Public for Garrard county Notice To Creditors All persons having claims against the estate Of C M Jenkins assigned will please present them properly verified to my attorney Wm Herndon at Lancaster or mysslf at Marcel las Garrard county Ky 1241 JXO A WOOD Assignee Free Coal T H Lee and Leave Every 30 days we propose to 15 bushels of coal With every 50c cash purchase we give a ticket which entitles you to a chance and as many tickets as you hold you have a chance and at the end of each month we get some disinterested person to draw a number out of the box that number is entitled to the coal We also propose to carry in stock rough and dressed Lumber Shingles Etc Call and get our prices 1212 T H Lee Leavel Public Sale Having sold my farm I will offer at public auction on White Lick 3 miles from Paint Lick the following prop erty on SATURDAY JAN 10 1003 1 pair mules 16 hands high G years old 1 6yearold harness mare 1 brown mare will work any where a good family mare in foal to Preston 1 Jer sey cow 4 years old giving 2 gallon per day 6yearold Durham cow and bull calf 1 pony pheaton and harness 1 2 horse wagon and harness mower and rake one big plow two double shov els 1 harrow 1 2horse planter 1 1 horse planter about 6 or 7 bushels 150 heads cabbage 5 doz black minorca chickens about 100 bids corn and household and kitchen fur nature and pther things too numerous to mention TERMS made known on day sale Sale begins at 10 J W HENDR1CKS I slaqUlau IPUt I sax l1aOtIS nap O any OF TIiF Bank ot Paint Lick Ky Loans and Gt5610i 2S1t2 UW 702150 U S 3rlfoO 121000 ICfJ8GI 1 for cent up 1 o Were all expenses losses giveaway 1 potatoes atm J I C nlasn nano teat l fag allT eoetS Gi W 557050 52 Dev 1 f atd ILL lime You will be lucky If you buy your Fall and Winter Suit and Overcoat We a merchant tailoring business and guarantee our customers everything that ought to be guaranteed in made tomeasure garments men and boys Our line is big We carry upwards of four hundred patterns in the newest brightest and nobbiest fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS All these points are found in our garments The linings materials and stitching are those of much higherpriced tailoring In fact we give you highpriced tailoring without the high prices Others Get 20 for Our 14 15 and 16 Suits Handsome patterns We carry only the select conservative dignified patterns such as the welldressed gentleman wears We can show you much better than we can tell C HEMPHILL Lancaster THE NEW YEAR Has come and your account is due Please call promptly and pay it It is expensive to send a col I lector to you OJIcROBERTS Druggist We are now in Our New Location next to Zimmers where we 0 have plenty of room to show our immense stock of J o Druggists Sundries 1 Toilet Articles Brushes Rubber Goods Cigars Tobacco Etc V 1 Our Prescription Department is under charge of an expert pharmacist You will save money by bringing your prescriptions to us Fristies Drug Store- Y North side Public Square 3S 8 S O S O S 3 We Can Supply Your Every Want Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SOL Successors to J M Higgimbotham ofus carryon your andunpleasant OOOOO 000000O00000O 0 i o 0 o o o g o 2- t 8 r 111111111111111 U 1111 U 11111111 11 1111ir 1111111 J i 1 c 000 O O O 00 0 0 0 0 O 0 p 0 00 0 0o I i A- fN O o0000rJ000000000000000 t A f at 1 Get our New Year PRICES STOVES SEE OUR Hemp Scales Wagon Harness PlowHarness Buggy Harness Saddles Etc OLIVER PLOWS jl jJgJrli lJll tljgfjjjfliflii 0 ON II m Ij 18 K F P O E I so m SIL w 0 Gossip About People N X N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Mr W A Bacon of Paris was here on business Dr Pierce has taken rooms at Sallie Tilletts Mr Herbert Hommel was here dur ing the holidays Mrs Lucy Hays has been on the sick list for the past week Elder Holton Frank of Lexington was here the past week Miss Mary Miller has been visiting friends here a few days W J Kinnaird spent a few days with relatives the past week H B returned from a pleasant visit to home folk Mr Wm Goodloe of Paris visited Miss Jennie Lackey Wednesday Ernest G Brown of Louisville has been at home for a few days West of Richmond has been visiting Miss Ethel West Mr Waller Hudson has been visiting Mr Morgan Sparks of Nicholasville Miss Mary Noel of Danville is vis iting her sister Miss Margaret Noel Miss Jennie Glascock left for her home in Barbourvilie last Saturday Charlie Smith returned from a de lightful visit to Barbourvilie Satur day Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs Mattie Dun Miss Jane Lusk has been spending a few days with her sister Mrs Lewis WalkerMr Foley of Lexington has been the guest of Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Ed Williams spent Saturday and Sunday at his aunts Mrs J T Hays at Iliattsville Misses Rate and Fannie Henry have returned from a visit to Misses Sandi fer of Danville Miss Christine Bradley left Monday for a visit to Miss Emily Chenault and attend the dance Mr Ike Hamilton and family have moved in the Anderson property on Danville avenue Mr and Mrs Jeff Kennedy and Jessie Glascock of Barbourville have been the guests of Mr J T Hays Its A Very In forming your New Years re solutions there is none more im portant than that of selecting a place to buy your Groceries You should select a firm that will be your friend treat you right and not try to stick you on prices We Guard our easterners Interests and if you send your orders to us we will see thatyou get very BEST of everything and at the very LOWEST PRICES Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage in the past and soliciting a liberal share in the future Very Truly HMJallou Northcott has Miss Tommie can Master Important Matter t t t J t J J I Missy i r i i t i s i r t r 4 of Hiattsville and J T Williams Miss Carrie Biker a Ilarrodsburg beauty is the guest of Miss Mary Gill Stanford avenue Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Katie Simpson at the Mason hotel Mrs Daisy Pope who has been the truest of Mrs W II Smith returned to Williamsburg Saturday Miss Lizzie Simpson of Marksbury has been visiting her aunt Mrs U D Simpson Stanford avenue Mrs Rosa Crow and Allie Brown of Louisville were here to attend the funeral of Mr Coley Gulley Mrs A H Rice of Nashville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs II A B Marksbury Danville avenue Messrs Henley Bastin and Guy entertained very elegantly Sat urday evening at the Mason lintel Miss Angie Kinnaird entertained Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Lucile Cooper of Star fordMiss K B Dooley has returned to Georgetown after spending the with her parents Mr and Mrs P Dooley Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury have returned from a very enjoyable visit to Mrs A II Rice of Nashville TennesseeMr Butt and Miss OthcFaulk ner of Highland Ky have returned home after a weeks stay with Mr and Mrs 0 G Speake Mr H C Pope of Barbourvilie who has been visiting his brother J D Pope left Monday for Louisville to attend the Medical School Mrs Joe Hinternish of Covington and Mr and Mrs Elsener of have returned home after spend ing a week with Mr and Mrs Miller Judge and Mrs J C Hemphill a few friends at their home on Lexington street Friday evening Master Allen and Miss Florence Johnson entertained their littlefriends i n elegant manner New Years in honor of their young friend J P Simmons Rev and Mrs Williams have to their home in Versailles after a visit to his sister J E Wolford They were accompanied by his Mrs Williams for a visit After spending several days with his parents Mr Charley Zimmer to his studies in Cincinati Mon day He is in a large dental school learningto yank teeth Charley isa fine young fellow and has the well wishes of many friends here In our writeup of the Christian church last issue we omitted the name of J W Lowber from the list of ministers We have a number of extra copies of the issue leftif anyone to preserve the article There is in it that would be hard to find again and to get it required much workThe most delightful hop it has ever been our pleasure to attend was that given in the Masonic Hall Thursday evening We have never seen as many pretty girls such handsome costumes or a lot of betterbehaved young hall Is the largest In town but the crowd was large enough to make the dancing somewhat uncomfortable Saxtons band the best band in the state furnished the music and as he loves to come to Lancaster his best ef forts were put forth People who know anything about dance music a gree makes the best dance music they heard His men are the best to be had and no band can touch them dance music At supper was served at th Mason House by Mr and Mrs Simpson The tables were handsomely decorated In embroiderd centre pieces and holly The menu consisted of several kinds of delightful supper and Mr and Mrs Simpson were highly complimented for the elegant way they served it It is Impossible to give names of the boys and if we have missed that of any young lady we beg pardon now for we faithfully to get all Misses Sallie and White Emily Chenanlt Bessie Turley Stella Adams Davidson holidays Charleston entertained hospitable returned mother returned WIsh- es history men- The tha tSaxton ever n intermission pickles d Mrs them Goodloe LuUon Mary Miller Richmond Tcvis Carpenter Stanford Edna Ramsey Motiticello Ada Fox Alice Reeves Galon 0 Gena Dunlap Clara Hayden Lexington Joan Mount j Covington Bertie James Annie Bro naugh Crab Orchard Christine Carrie Currey Altie Marksbury Mattie Mae Robinson Sallie Ross Mesdames J E Stormes A II Rice Louis Lendram Lancaster Mrs A R Moore entertained sever al lady friends Thursday Clinton Mo Tribune Landlord T B Long and his most esteemed wife are continually adding to the laurels of Hotel Atkinson which is one of the most popular this section of the state They are born hotel managers Our old friend Tom Palmer is step ping high Its a boy weighs ten pounps and Tom says looks just like him The young man arrived Tuesday and has been named Everett Brown Louis Landram was called to Louis ville today to attend a meeting of the Kentucky Press Associations execu tive committee of which he has the honor of being chairman At the residence of Mr and Mrs J T Williams on Dec 31st Lizzie Tatum and Mr Will Partin were uni ted in by Judge Az Ford The attendants were Miss Lettie Par tin and Mr Mike Hunt Those were Misses Kittle Maggie and Isabel Hunt On Wednesday afternoon January 2lst Miss Margaret Taylor Noel ana James Burnam Woods will be married by the Rev Mr C M Chumbley of the Presbyterian church The ceremony place at the residence of the brides aunt Mrs J M Hiatt at Hyatts ville and immediately thereafter the bridal party will drive to Paint Lick where a reception will be held The bride is the second daughter of R R Noel and is quite popular The groom is a young business man of Paint Lick Shelby Tribble who has worked on TIlE RECOUD for some time returned to his home in Richmond Monday He has several offers of employment in other business at which he will make more money and get the benefit of more out door exercise which his health requires Tribble is a splendid young man strictly sober and and we dislike to give him up The job department of the oilice is now under the personal supervision of the editor and if you are kind enough to give us your work you can rest as sured it will be done as you want it We have done the most of this work for the past eight years supervising what we did not set so you can on getting what you want UI2ATII OF T C GULLEY T C Gulley died at his home at Mc Creaiy Sunday Dec 23 1902 He was able to go to his meals until Friday night when he was taken ill bronchial pneumonia set up and he died Sunday at one oclock His death came as a shock both to family and friends although he had been sick so much His health had on the decline for several years and two years ago he moved to Denver hopes tnat change of climate would bring restoration of health The sud den change of temperature there proved too much for him and he sank rapidly After a stay of three weeks there he and his family hurried back to Kentucky For months he was confined to his bed but recovered to attend to business again During the past summer he was quite low but again rallied and was able to ride out He had a cheerful happy disposition a hearty handshake for all he met and a most cordial welcome for all who came to his home He was widely known and had a large circle of friends With the exception of a few years spent in Cincinnati and Cov ington his life was spent in Garrard countyThe most beautiful side of his life was shown in his family where he was a loving father and husband Eleven years ago he married Miss Mcggie K youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sen and she with two children Stanley aged nine and Edna aged seven are left to mourn their irreparable loss The af j Unity between him and his wife waS perfect During all his ill health her attention and care was something beautiful She was faithful to him to the last never leaving his bed side he took sick He was conscious almost to the end and knew her after he could not speak About ten years ago he confessed his faith in Christ and was the first clerk of New church and this was the first preached there He worked for i Interested in itswelfare He will be missed there and in the community but the greatest loss will be to his wife and little ones In the death of Coley Gulley as he was familiarly called the demo erotic party has lost one of its best and most enthusiastic members On account of the very inclement ther his remains were deposited in the vault after a few days they will be laid to rest by the side of his father as he requested some days ago May God comfort the hearts of the loved ones who weep as He only can Weep not as those without hope he is not dead but sleeping lie is only gone before to awaityour coming The sympathy and love of all go out to his griefstricken wife and little ones The bier covered with beautiful floral designs the last tribute of love those to whom he was dear Be sides his wife and children he left his two brothers and one sister to his ashes j i I j hostelries in bibs marriage present wilT take I the- Re reliable depend Saturday I been Colin sufficiently after Antioch funeral the good of the church and was ever e it it t Bradley we was from mother dF- Wr 4v l 4v a DOLLAR PHILOSOPHY I There are few subjects which should be discussed with but an impartial mind if it is desired to render a just opinion pn their merits and demerits and the subject of collars is assuredly no exception to this rule At the same time it must be admitted that the only proper way to discuss this subject is first to remove somewhat paradoxical statement affect collars and are aware of their tendency to irritate one if one is at all as may naturally be expected in debate Thus the collar if retained would become one of the strongest arguments against it self Therefore we will remove our collar and plunge at once into a discussion of the rea sons for its existence its good points and its shortcomings and its ultimate fate and endeavor if possible to decide whether the World would be any happier or brighter for the abolition of collars or whether collars per se have added to the gayety of nations The exact time when collars were first worn cannot be set down with any degree of certainty but it is reasonable to assume that they came into being for utilitarian rather than for ornamental purposes It is well known that the collars of our ancestors were substantial enough to protect the throat from the swords and pikes of belligerent acquaintances and it is to be conjectured that the immediate forbears of the modern collar had an equally useful if not so strenuous an origin As a matter of fact then it would appear at first glance that the collar of today is but a degenerate descendant of such weighty progenitors but a survey of the uses to which collars are now put should convince one that the plain linen band has grounds for existence equally well based with those of its greatgreatgreat verygreatgrandparents In the first place collars serve to overcome the shortcomings of nature A sixinch neck with a protruding Adams apple could never hope to get on in the world unassisted by a collar Such a neck would be simply im possible Similarly a oneinch neck with a fourply chin Some of our greatest finan ciers and most astute statesmen would be wallowing in sloughs of despond today were it not for the ubiquitous cellar Hence the variety of collars and hence the necessity keeping ones neck well groomed The farmers boys who achieve national fame doubtless owe much to the collar they donned when they entered upon an urban career The rich mens sous who waste their talents and meander through life mon uments to failure may justly attribute many of their errors to an illadvised selection of collars Everything has a place and every neck has a collar but not any collar collars are hygienic in This may not appear true on the surface but may safely be stated in view of the weird discoveries that the medical are now making We live in a world of germs The food we cat the water we drink the very air we breathe are all laden with insidious wicked and deathdealing ganisms of less than atomic corporeality but more than monstrous activity Everything with which we come into contact is germ laden the wise men of the mortar tell us Through the very pores of our skin death blows are delivered Now the neck is one of the weakest parts of the human body and at the same time is one of the most impor tant parts The collar guards the neck against the satanic germ Eureka a new reason for wearing collars is discovered Still further collars form an Index to the progress of a nation The peoples who wear collars are incomparably further ad vanced than the peoples who leave their necks as nature provided them Even the savages who string beads into a species of collar are on a higher intellectual plane than their fellow savages who do not run to beads In our own coon try a striking example of the importance of collars from a national standpoint is af forded by the Chinese exclusion act Doyou think we would ever here excluded the if they wore collars But spread the news not abroad Should the benighted laundrymen of Chinatown ever learn that all their fellow countrymen need do in order to get an entrance into this delectable is to don collars the welllaid plans of congress would be agley forever Our collar makers would dance a merry fling but the rest of the nation would pay the piper In truth collars have their shortcomings too We have already hinted at one fault the tendency to irritate one when one is heated and we have obviated this fault for the present by removing our collar But there are times when the collar cannot with propriety be removed Such occasions are multiplying daily with the everincreasing variety of parlor games being placed on the market by enterprising dealers A pingpong enthusiast for example must feel worried when he is called upon to display his skill at a social gathering How he would like to rip that band of linen from his neck but he durst not violate the convent tonalities And his opponent a chubbyfaced college youth with comfortable turndown collar or a sporting dominie with queer stubby little turnup grins at him comfortably while he perspiring in his ridiculous but fashionable choker makes ludicrous and feeble attempts to drive cut or kill the tiny celluloid sphere Moreover if it were not for collars we would not be cursed with collar buttons those imps of mischief who delight to frolic in most unexpected quarters while their ag grieved owner is hunting for them on knee But there everyone will be sat isfied with a mere hint at that line of argu ment The subject is distasteful to a well regulated mind and the morbid should never encouragedTaking into consideration the problem presented by the collar is one that every man should solve for himself It means that the collarless man is likely to have much physical comfort but possibly nothing of worldly success while the collar wearing individual will probably have riches honor and advancement thrust upon him but certainly none of the physical en joyments attendant upon the existence led by the other fellow Which do you think a bit about it NY Times The Old Mans Advantage A man past 50 can do with less sleep than men He endure greater steady and He can bear his with less need of recreation The young man can sprint but he cannot stay the man with brain iron nerves steel by many of training Elderly men are less temptable They are moral passion are under control For better or for worse are a calculable quantity with slight variations to be the men are more loyal as friends if they are friends attachment to a cause or a commercial is less change able have moreover for good behavior in the persons of grown families whose respect to them dearer than life the difficulty of repair fag mistakes Elderly men actually have The man character He is the wisest to select Tithes A Row do you like the new butler Cumrox I guesshes all right amsnvered her husband If he makes other people feel as small as he does me I guess there wont be any doubt about our guests being duly sensible superiority Washington Star Well I say one thing said the total abstainer No one ever sees me coming out of a saloon Great hornpipes spoke tip the man with the claret Do stay in all the time Chicago Daily anything itabut perfectly clear to allwho heated f medieval A ain the extreme Chinese kingdom I aching simply prefer can prolongedstrain accountElderly agentsWashington treasure asked Irs ofour general Shocking nose gentlemen Just can arP re r DURABLE WIRE FENCE Holt Important Polar la Construct ing One IB the Secure Anchoring of the Posts The vital point in wire fence COT struction is the manner in which the ends are secured Especially is this true of the stronger kind of fences where several strands of heavy cable or elastic wires are used It is de sirable that the material used in an choring the ends used should be placed in such a manner as to secure as great a degree of permanence as the fence itself The most common method is to attach a stay wire to the ground line of the end post run ning to near top of second post with r i 0 444LL a brace of timber from top of end post to bottom of second or to a point near the ground The objection to this bracing is that the stay wire and brace each assist the post to lift the end post out of the ground Another fault is that the whole strain of the fence is placed on the end post at the ground line the point which I have used with perfect for several years I use an end post feet of good size say to eight itches in diameter sec ond post also a pretty good one sev a and j across the line of the draft End post is notched around the lower end to receive four strands of No 8 or I I satisfaction 7Yz six directs objections 9 galvanized wire of length sufficient to reach and attach securely to the second post onethird way down from top to be twisted into a cable on Then set end post in a place dug in the wall of the trench to receive it which should be six inches deeper than the trench A narrow cut should be made to al low the stay wire to pass in a direct line as shown in cut Fig 1 Place dead man any rough piece 0 sound timber will answer a log 12 inches in diameter split in quarters is satisfactory in trench on top of stay wire and fill in with solid earth stay wire by a short durable stick put through the center This can be made fast to the fence after it is put on My way for leaving space for a gate in a line of fence is to set two good large posts each side nine feet apart use a horizontal brace one third way down from top and a stay of four heavy wires running from that point on second post to dead man buried in center of gateway Over each end of dead man drive a pair of strong stakes in such a way that they cross and form a crotch in which lay a piece of timber and bind it to the center of the dead man with a piece of wire Then fill in and tamp earth and stones well around the dead man and if done your fence will not come loose or gate drawn away from its fastenings In setting line posts T scatter the dirt removed with a posthole spade and pack small stones around the post with an iron bar The frost never pulls them out Don B Husted in Ohio Farmer A Large Head of Waler In watering most crops the experi enced irrigator knows that it economical to use a large head of wa ter than a small one A person can irrigate a given area in less than one half the time with two cubic feet per second than would be required with land with onehalf a cubic foot per second for the reason that the stream would be likely be absorbed by the sink into the subsoil of flowing over the surface In the irrigation of most crops a man can handle two and a half cubic feet of mercial Taming of Wild Turkey The wild turkey can be tamed iftale en very young and cross with the common kinds A halfbred wild turkey will become almost a as those raised on tie farm from ordinary stock but it will constitution can be more easily raised and will add vigor to the Sock They are no larger than the common turkeys nor do they mature so but a cross of the wild and common turkey will thrive and exist where the common turkeys would die hatched Keep All the Good He a If one has noticed a particular hen during the season that seemed to theothers inlaying should notwill her because she is molting or han stoppped work forawhile but keep her for another year One may not be able to breed as good pullets from her as she is herself but leaving the value of her offspring out altogether it is always safe to retain ahen self profitable Hens last four or five years and it i time to dispose of a good hen oolj whea she ia U MU t a fi t i late snugly properly ismore mightbe groundand instead difficultyC itwill haven better soon as soon excel one Utathes n i domesticated often S fOUmay 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 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 as liberal accident and health policies as those written by the United States Casualty Compan- yJ H KINNAIRD Agt- I also repersent Mutual Life Insurance Co of NewYork Ir r I earthquake R KepresenllniFolloilDi Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile KINNAIRDINSURANCE Aetna Life Ins HartfordGonn 1 og No1o 511AX NO21 1040 su For Richmond Winchester Lexlng ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia CovingtouFor Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Veruon Livingston London Cor bin etc 8 BEAZLEY DENTISTOffice over Dr Klnnalrds oppo site Presbyterian church Danville street E ROBINSONAttorney law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Lancaster Lodge No104 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 J FAM The Fox Studio use ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS and guarantee A PERFECT LIKENESS We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY The Fox Studio We Trains Time Leave is effect Lancaster Nov r6 0 For Richmond and intermediate sta I Noll For Stanford and ways tut ions SfifipM j Trains rnn dally except Sunday Above la Not220 PI stations bons Election Notice There will be an election held by the of the National Bank of Lancaster Ky at its bank building between the hours of 10 a m and 2 pm on Tuesday January IS 1908 to elect five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 2 1902 8 C DENNY Cashier Election Notice There win be a meeting of the share holder of The Citizens National Bank of Lancaster Ky at the bank on Tuesday January 13th 1903 from ten a m to two p m for the pur of electing fivo directors to serve the year Dec 2nd 1902 B F HUDSOW Cashier stockholders poSe I ensuing The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY President JOHN B STORMS Yin Preit S C DENNY Cashier J F Bobinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper 0A DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Y Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fco o SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNEY Asst Cashr c D WAITER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIBECTpBS Lewis Y Leavel J S J J Walker T M Arnold g Z493 o o O LEAYELL Vice Pre IRobinson B F 0000000 0o g 0 too Hudson 1IiRtEsj ROOBRS STAKFUXNt RNUtf ulM ud Hakk floonMocwopamtlcMl NoOMl EMOrAiqdM Dtta fcud mridftfcttettate Hartfwood Pwfcctly I t No SIIeIIiId No Want PWOY t Lt o lay0sptel toed Ltui etl- Yn s isbegDrug Store 4- r ylr Women invited consult Doctor Pierce Letter free 1f 8 ul1rt ilre I0 bl I I are not qualified to practice medicine and whose g medical advice is therefore worse than worth founded with spurious offers of free medical ad vice As chief consulting physician to the Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y assisted by his staff of nearly a score of physicians Dr R V Pierce has in a little more than years treated and cured hundreds of thousands of weak and sick women The most sensitive can address Dr Pierce in perfect freedom All letters are held as strictly and the written confidences of women are by the same strict professional pri vacy by Dr Pierce and his consultations with weak and sick women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y advised me what to writes directed At the time I was hardly able to be at and what I suffered for four alone knows I was nothing but a walking skeleton but now I feel like a new woman I written before but was waiting to see how I would get along Dear Doctor I am ao to you and to God for your Favorite today but instead am on the road to Maybe influence some other poor suffering woman to come to you for advice Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weak nessSometimes a dealer will offer a substitute for Favorite Prescription as just as good Judged by its record cures of womanly ills there is no other medicine just as Favorite Prescription c o cecoCGooaeeeeol Free l1cdlca1 advice is offered by many who because it is dangerous Pierces offer 8 of free consultation by letter is not to be con iIn- valids ate guarded personal ft About four months 8 I wrote to you for advice kindly Mrs Ida May Chandler of led I did as you Prescription and for the fatherly letter wrote me not for you I would have been in grave tt goodas tt less me o and For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Look after the promising heifers and dont let the cattle buyers tempt you with what seems to be a good price to part with them The shortage in fat hogs this year is seen in the fact that up to this date for all points the decrease in hog packing is nearly 1000000 head as compared with last yeur Try to improve your dairy product every week and you will be surprised to find how much there is for The man who does not take pains to follow business methods in dairying will never take the lively interest in his business that brings the greatest success Both the American Shorthorn and Cattle Associations have to remove their headquarters to Chicago soon afterJanuary let The Hereford Polled Angus and other have already taken the same step Thousands of cattle are reported to be starving on the range in North western Colorado The cattle are snowed in on the high range in Routt and Rio Blanco counties without and without water It is to get food to them and equally impossible to drive them into suitable winter quarters The Committee on Agriculture of the House has been asked to secure legislation which will give the Secre tary of Agriculture authority after an inspection of live stock to issue a certificate to the shipper which will permit of his transportation from one State to another and through States without further inspection by State authorities It was explained that by a recent decision of theSupreme Court cattle may be stopped at State line thus suffering a serious to interstate commerce in Mr W W Watts of Madison county says that if farmers would soak their seed in gas that cutworms will not cut down the young plant He says that he has tried the and that it proved successful The idea is to soak the corn several days and to plant it while the grain is moist but the corn has to be by hand as the wet grains would not drop through a corn planter have been a source of great an novance and loss to farmers as fields have to be replanted where the worms have bitten down the stalks and the remedy is certainly worth a trial A Judge in a northwestern Misseu ri county has decided whom the eggs produced on the farm belong to A farmer attempted to take a baskat of eggs to town to sell but his wife ob l1lI I improvement Golloway associations pasture impossible interference cattle corn coaltar experiment dropped Cutworms J rr ILJ 4 resolved jected They had a fight in which the old man came off victorious and the eggs went to market The wife was not satisfied but had her lord ar rested The justice fined him 3 and costs and told him that in the eyes of the court those eggs belonged to his wife and that therefore he was no batter than a thief when betook them and sold them without her consent Those who leed swill In the winter know the trouble they have from the swill freezing when the extreme cold weather sets in This can be with very little troubls and with out any expense to speak of Procure a box that is large enough to admit the barrel and have a space of a foot and a half all around it Put the bar rel in the box and pack all around it with stable manure as firm as you can stamp it in Make a tight fitting cover and there will be no more of frozen swill The practice of selecting seed corn from the crib which is by many corn raisers will neve r prove satisfactory When that method is pursued there is no opportunity to improve the quality of the seed While an ear of corn may present a good ap pearance in the heap we should know more of its antecedents and the cir cumstances under which it was berore putting it in the seed bin The corn selected for seed should be the first finely developed ears well filled and deep grained Those ears that are from stalks that bear at least two good ears should be given the preference Like begets like will be found to hold good in corn well as in live stock breeding Do not forget to thaw out the before putting them in the mouth of your horse these cold mornings Holding them in water half a minute will take the frost out or breathing on them held between the hands A little attention to this matter will save the horse much pain and perhaps from a sore mouth The total grain crop of Manitoba for 1902 according to official govern ment estimates amounts to 100052 343 bushels Of this total bushels in excess of the crop last year and nearly thirty million bushel smore than that country produced ten years agoIn concluding his accent report Wilson gives some valuable illustrative of the magnitude of the agricultural industry In 1900 he states the fixed capital of agriculeure was about 20 billions oj dollars or four times that invested in In that year there were nearly 5000740 farms in the country The produce of American agriculeure in 1899 including farm animals and oth er products aggregated nearly 5 bill ions of dollars The animals sold and slaughtered during the year were val ued at over 900000000 the products of the dairy gave 472000000 while poultry and eggs returned over 8281 000000 prevented complaint folIo wed produced production s bridle crop wheat TheII Secretary figures manufacture TN Will sour the sweetest disposition and Ell the most even tempered lov 4 J able nature into a crossgrained and r irritable j TX T l If impatience or faultfinding are ff 1 L F ever excusable it is is 1 J x i tortured by an and painful sore It is truly discouraging to find after mouths of diligent and faithful use of remedies that the remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever no matter on what of the body it comes is an evidence of some previous constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases remain in the system or that some hidden perhaps Cancer has come to the and begun its destructive work The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh and the skim natural color It is through the circulation that the acrid corroding fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed S S S will the blood when all sediment or materials are washed out fresh rich blood is carried to the diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a healthy look the discharge ceases the sore heals 8r a year o my wife had beat phyalciana but nobenefit table It builds up and Our drtgi t ed her to try S tones up the general system as no other you have jJLlCAJU XjDsaOaaalB kind write us and get Co o the advice of experienced and killed physicians for which no charge is made Book on Blood and Skin AN transform f chronicsore itmaybe otherhurtful I a se S S purifier re sore lee and was treated b the re theblood L Whioh she41cL leaneea bottles cved does U a8e a sore of Y T CJqcr o Ga o r individu- alS dy S s the tIit gu nteed 0 ii YANKEE CONTRIVAN6E Roost and Dropping Board In a Way That Save Lot of Hard Work I have several little Yankee con trivances that I have never seen used by others and I will describe one namely my roosts and dropping boards of which 1 send you a draw ingA A are the two by four studs at back of house B B are hinges of the oldfashioned hook and eye pattern and long enough so that the dropping boards do not come within six inches of the walls of the house- C C are sides or frame of roosta I Arranged THIS IS THE WAY IT LOOKS and are hinged at B B to the stud ding D D D are the roosts E E are the dropping boards six inches below roosts F F F F are strips of wood four inches wide and a halfinch thick that hold the roosts and dropping boards together- G is a pulley fastened to a rafter overheadH a rope onehalf inch fast ened to the roosts and passing through pulley G I is a trough at back of six inches deep and Vshaped Th re is also a lath nailed all around the edge of boards to keep the droppings from falling to the floor Now to operate In the morning when I feed and after the birds are all off the roost I pull rope H and lift the roosts and platform alto gether The droppings roll back and down into trough I from which they can be removed in less than half the time by the method of scrapingThe are fastened up all day which induces the fowls to work and not roost all day Neither is there anything in the way fastened to the floor and I use the entire house for scratching shed in cold weather By untying the rope and unhooking at the back all may be carried out of the house to be painted or burned for vermin I G Householder in Poultry Keeper THE AMERICAN FARMER H Gaining in Intelligence Mn terjr of the Soil and Fitneai for Political Power The American farmer is the great est man in the world A combine with a capital of 1000000000 is a great thing because it is a combine but 1000000000 relatively to the of money brain and brawn invest ed in the agricultural industry in this country is not at nil a great thing says Harpers Weekly Figures simply stagger and fall down when they at tempt to represent the real founda tion wealth of America which is agri cultural We are all when we attempt to contemplate that wealth very much in the position of the Irishman who had to look several times in order to see the tall it little by little One section of the view is the information entirely accurate that the farmers of Minnesota and the Dakotas have received 300000000 for their products this year Another is that the corn crop of the state of Kan this year wiU be 260000000 bush els Still another that 1000000 as the lowest estimate fell in one rain in the single territory of pji lahoma the other day the rain havjpy checked the growing menace of a fort nights dry spell In a single year tho milch cows of the United States yield a product equal in value to onehalf of the capital of the steel there are more cows at the beginning of the new year than there were be fore Behind the agriculture is the agriculturist and the American far mer is gaining in intelligence in mas tery of his soil and in fitness for po litical power quite as rapdly as his products are increasing in magnitude Jfe nyiy bje merelyi waiting to be or ganized Jntp a vast and irresistible public force Or again he may be slowly and sadjy reconciling himself to the knowledge that he is a passive force only like his own fertile acres which by intelligent cultivation and exploitation are made to yield rich props for those who know bow to them AUTUMN POULTRY HINTS The best breeds will not be profitable ifthey are mismanaged Clean out the coops often filth Is unhealthy at any season of the year Remember prevention is better than cure and feathered pets make the worst of patient Are you keeping an accurate record of your poultry account including cost of feed and labor and the incomef roni your sales Damp wet quarters are just as great disease breeders in the fall a in spring See that your poultry does not have to contend with the e condi Lions this fall Do not simply throw the water out of the drinking vessels and put in fresh water but wash the vessel thor oughly every time you change the W ter The way to interest the children ia f rni life is to give them an interest in the poultry po not Jet their interest end with caring for the fowls gafhr eringjthe eggs Let Jhem have E ineof the money retuj iwweU Fajjnertf r ra boards r cap- Ital buildingtaking liP soaking trustand ge andfoul or J l i r I I IL Many Otherwise visit the Humble Porker witli Shameful Treatment Perhaps in the whole range of farm life no better or worse example of let well enough alone ctfn be found than in the case of tIme poor neglected pig As we all know this animal will live and to a certain extent thrive un der the most adverse conditions There are always a multitude of things to be looked after on a farm some of them must be looked after thoroughly or they will be complete losses others can be somewhat ne glected and still counted on yielding a fair return The hog of all farm animals of all farm work is the most accommodating the most patient of neglect hence the hog is the most ne glected He may be put in a pen scarce large enough for him to turn about in be made to plow his way in half his depth of mud and filth be without shelter from the rain and without straw for bedding and yet he will grow and add his full share to the farm products As a pig clean keen and is put into his narrow quarters perhaps into four or five inches of oozy mud as left by his pre decessor and from that on to the time when he too is ready for the pork barrel there is but one thought re garding feed him to his full est capacity The farmer is not so much to blame as might appear at first thought lIe is very busy the pig is very accommodating the results in any case fairly sure True a few hours work would mean a good pen with sufficient shelter and clean ground and straw for bedding but there are fields to be made ready seeds to be planted crops to be looked after all impatient of delay so as the pig grows and grunts on coptentedly he is passed over and the other thjngs attended to Now his pork may look all right and sell for just as much as though lIe had been exposed to the in fluence of pure air and sunlight in stead of being shut a way from it by a perpetual incrustation of mud and filth but enlightened customers are likely to have peculiar views of their own on the subject Frank Sweet in Epitomist WELLFATTENED FOWLS Their Flesh Shonlil lie Permeated by Fat Rather Surrounded by Layers of Fat To properly fatten a fowl is a science That fowl is not properly fattened which has a large amount of fat in layers under the skin and around the intestines Around the intestines it may be but tIme flesh should be rather permeated by fat than surrounded by fat The flesh should be evenly infiltrated by fat Fat should not show through the skin nor should there be any fat under the skin to chow no matter how thin tIme skin may be JoFrance a wellfat tened bird is one thjitlias a good sup ply of flesh over time back When that is attained the buyers feel certain that the breast meat is in good condition as fat more readily accumulates on the back than on the breast To fat ten birds properly requires food rich in nitrogen as well as carbohydrates It also requires some attention to breeding as time quality to fatten must be inbred to a very extent As yet we have done little along the line of what breeds fatten most perfectly Probably in each breed will be found strains of fowls that have the desired qualities Before long experimenta tion will without doubt be made along this line The result should greatly improve time quality of the fattened fowls we see in our market Farmers Review THE GIANT SPURRY A Plant That IB Sow Heine Given a Trial on Sandy Soil at Station We illustrate giant spurry a plant that is being tried on some of our sandy soils a lowgrowing an THE rmGLECTED HOG I healthyhe himto considerable determining Experiment It is humane FarmerS The properly THE GIANT SPURRY nual forming a tangled mass Under fair conditions it makes a good growth on sandy land but is otherwise of value place in the agricul tural system of the country is yet to be determined Farmers Eeview Slake of corn Burp them to charcoal in a pit and feed them to the pigs Break the charred cpbs into pieces add woodashes and common san and you have one of the best regulators for your hogs that be invented To eight bushels of the charcoal mid iy2 bushels of wood ashes and eight pounds of salt Mix wejl and sprin kle with a pound of copperas die solved in a pail of hot water Place in a box where the pigs can get free access to it and you will be sur prised at the appetite they seem ta have for it It will do them good too Midland Farmer Feed Working Horn It is quite essential to bear in mind the fact that a horse differs very much from a cow or steer in its diges tive capacity when planning the feed A horse needs a condensed ration a Cow or ox can handle one considera bly more bulky This is due to the fact that the horse has one stomach to handle all its feed while the ox has three assist in pre paring food before it reaches the fourth or true stomach A horse at heavy work is adapted to a good heavy grain vvith hay Unit little Itt for time ratio I j J Vie cobs can Kvary ionic or Itemriiy Vxrr tnic l We Kuaraiitoe every bottle of Chaw erliiiY Cough Kiniedy and will re fund tlie money lu anyone who is not satisfied after using UvoLliirtJs of tIme contents This is the best remedy in time world for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and Is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia For sale by all Druggist1m It is mnch the wiser plan to pass around many of the obstacles of life than to attempt to force ones way throgh them Croup The peculiar cough which indicates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children Ko time should be lost in 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 no matter how highly they may he re commended but give this medicine directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by all Druggist lm Vanity Is only a poor counterfeit of prideFor a bad taste in time mouth take a few doses of Chamberlains Stomachs and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to cure For sale by all Drsgtfist lm Women and wine are often plumed for tljat which is primarily chargeable to men and bad whiskey Itev Cliarlisle V B Martin L L Wavcrly Texas writes Of a morning when lirst rising I often find a troublesome collection of phlegm which produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge but a small quanity of Ballards Ilorehound Syrup will at once dislodge it and the trouble is over I know of no medicine that is eiual tg it and it is so pleasant to take I can most cordially it to all persons needing a for throat or lung troubles Price 25c SOc 100 bottle at E McRoberts drug store lm Some women are anxious to know how to preserve their beauty more how they can acquire it Simple CoIls Cease to bo simple it at all prolonged The safest way is to put them aside at the very begiuing Ballards Syrup stops a cold and removes time cause of colds 2oc 50c and bottle at E E Mclloberts druggist lm The theorist is something like the inventor someone else profits by his wisdom Rest 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 time best liniment on earth 25c SOc and bottle at 11 E McRob erts drug store lm There is no end o f books says someone And often there is no begin ning to them If Uinrcll Try a 50c bottle of Herbine notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appetite Energy Strength and Vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedOin from and Debility had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr J AY Mory pre scribed Heibine it cured me in two weeks I cannot recommend it too highly it will do all you claim for it McRoberts druggist lm Public opinion is rather grasping and it requires a great deal to satisfy it 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 Tenders to the fullest extent of the Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Slahan Mrs N BAnderson R A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West- J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt 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 Cook Sue Mason John Marten Austin Rise William Weave If called for say advertised Wm West P M Mount Melllelc Embroidery 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 fliers which will be sold cheap I keep constantly on hand a full line of r ockeryat prices that cannot be oequaled Mrs Singleton Lexington nl4tf hllhlIII f uJh I lagrippe experimenting a recommend medicine E Horehound 100 until 100 Indigestion Sept10th Sold by RE Embry In John cf t C law- S P yet T temporarily ure constipation by agitating the i bowels but rejulir rcton carnot be secured until the liver Hscretes eiicun Lie to make the intcstinssK y execute their natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics compels W acts on the cures Chills and Fever and every form of irial Diiious Remitting and Inter iuxii and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE We are not going to tell you theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home than The WEST or SOUTHWEST LOW ROUND TRIP KOMESEEKERS OR ONE WAY SETTLERS RATES ARE STILL OFFERED BY THE louisville Sibyls Ry The Worlds Fair Line Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21St 1903 Us For Spates GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLLE KY fir Root uUliloC lie To get the Latest Creations and styles in MILLINERYC- all on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the cor rect and prices right No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT f do 1i h 1Jl f 1 p 1i1LJI id 0 v v a 11 rLZ1 f1 el I and incr sing doses to fattain time results q tnv 0i 9 t K liverr tf2 J A 10 L F J CIIta YOUR KENTUCKY HOME I b Henderson Ask V c t o k r rn I 0 B Hr jrm rrtI rrtJ rrI rrtillm ftmtIlls tfT cumtinual i iU 13 id eL i4djt Fevers ji HOLD j 1 i I L1 YOU Nat jj r JI EI 1 j A M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CEXTUAT RECORD ollice or address me at Lancaster Still In The Ring Ve have moved our shop to the room above Thomp sons jewelry store on Danville street where we have the Best Barter Shop ia Kentucky Hair cutting Shaving Shampooing done in the very best manner We have been here many years qud by the best work hope to be here many more Give us a call HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Tlmeln efct JulylS 19W Lvlxjulsville ssoivin 600pm 550pmWinchester1225nll 943pm 925am 703pm ArWashlngton Philadelphia 850 n NevrYork 1115am 9 OSpi LvNewYark 7ooa Washington i OOp 740a Winchester 7 06am 45Spmfi2J ArLexlugton 74Jiam 5 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shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium Stuck Extra shipping lambs Best butcher lambs Common tailcud lambs 2 75 3 00 2 50 2 75 1 75 2 25 1 25 4 50 4 75 4 50 3 50 3 75 That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want 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 you Are Going North H You Are Going South You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHMC TICKETS VIA THC I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLC R ass mo K The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rate Jan S CAITLE- Choiet to prime sh1IpImmg steer l 3M If to Choice butcher itecrd to good butchers Common tome luUl hmmlclmert Good COllllnoll to feemte Good to extra tock steers COUllDon tomedlliUl wck steers jood to choice stock Imeifer Conmmnomm to medium tock Imcikrs Vlmmimm Ihht mixed stocker Siediummi to good Choice ealnd CQmuou to medimmum calves Ii 5G G 25 Ii 05 575 5 90 IF If IF J R t SI- Mediumim good a1mippImmgsteers Mcdtnnm to choice kederm mmmctliumn buIlt west 570 IS I sot a t S I