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RECORDTllIRTJSEJiTIl YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 16 1903 I I I CENTRAL XUMDER42 TIlEj r 1 Washing 1 Machinel Pails of water will wash 4 shirts or sheets J Sold on a Positive Guarantee Qr Money Refunded J R I HASWENI I IARE YOU WITH US I Our car of Buggies and Surries will arrive on Jan loth They are BEAUTIES J A BEAZLEY GO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices O L DAVIDSON Q Attorney At Law 0 Q Life insurance policies bought 0 S for cash or loaned on for sums 0 of 500 and upward Kegs a Bird Stanford Keg Mason the Lancaster wit was here between trains Fridaybut understand he came on one train and left on the next On the stage of life he is a rare comedian lIe was never in a crowd in his life that he didnt make smile and even his wife likes him tolerably well a compliment that cannot be paid to every man Fou Berkshire Boar four years old 24th day of October 1903 solid black with white points magnificent individual Gentry stock weight 2S01bs J M Rothweli IGtf Bob Taylor at Danville The Y M C A of Central Univer sity has secured a date with Guy Bob Taylor and this gifted speaker will appear in Danville Thursday evening February 5 Subject Fiddle and the Bow IGtf If you want to buy good merchan tjise attend Logan Dry Goods Co Sale j92t Special low prices on Ladles Slippers during our Clearance Sale The Lo gan Dry Goods Co j92t 1 o f lows c i DemocratlIon tt SALEThoroughbred registered 1 Clearance A TAT 0000 z ri 0000000 0 0 Q Items of local Interest Lock the woodshed Give us your job work Look out for sneak theives Coal is as high as a cats back Fox the photographer Friday Many ice houses are being filled The night trains run on time to a dot Store stoves are drawing well just now The supply of coal holds up pretty well in Lancaster Judge Shugars says trade is dull in the police court The mail clerks on night trains are doing better Thanks Dr Beasley has moved to over Tompsons jewelry store hope those who love cold will get their fill this time R II Batson is making extensive improvements on his store rooms once W J Ilomaus Postmaster West is going to enforce the rule to allow no smoking in the postoflice Hews is almost as scarce this week as liberalhearted men Theres abso lutely nothing doing For sale a spledid jersey cow thoroughbred A fine milk and butter cow Mrs Susan Fisher Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater 12tf Plain sewing and heavy skirts Mr Mary E Ilarlan Mrs R A McGrath Jr Marksbury tf We have the best storm aprons ever brought to this market 1212 Romans Elmore You know its cold weather when Bob Kimiaird Lige Harris or John Stormes dont claim to have beans We have a few Hats left in our mil linery department we are closing out at half price Logan Dry Goads Com pany li2t Sunday was a hummer as regards the weather It furnished many an old sinner excuse to stay away from church Garrard is the best county on the map and if any fellow says nay tell him TheTlecord says he is a liar from Liarsville We are closing out our Clcaks and Furs for less than cost Come and see how cheap you can buy Logan Dry Goods Co 102t Black Poland China weight about 30 lbs Left my niece Xmas week J A Beazley Lancaster Ky tf Get to work on a Garrard county at the St Louis Worlds Fair Garrard can make a good show if proper steps are taken Sunday night was the coldest of the season We heard several fellows tell of getting up about two or three oclock and building tires Ladies Queen Quality Shoe in few special styles we will close out at 82 25 former price was 3 only a few sizes of each lot left Logan Dry Goods Co 162t We have a few sizes left special Ladies Princess Perfection Shoes we will close out at 150 per pair former price was 225 Logan Dry Goods Co 162t Elect Directors The local banks reelected their old boards of directors Tuesday the same as are set out in their business cards running in The Record Timely Advice Somerset Journal Never enter newspaper work to llnd a soft snap Seven days in every week sixteen hours or every twentyfour is the task set before the ambitious journalist in a small city Must rave Some Way If the Court of Appeals decides against glove contests in Kentucky the Danville Advocate says the will have to content themselves by resorting to the old fashioned gun affray wInch the moralists have not yet thought of attacking with serious intentions A Flue Appointment Gov Beckham certainly did the right thing when he appointed Mr Sandifer of Danville a com missioner for the D D Institute If were as conscientious and honorable as Mr public interests would never suffer Former Lancaster Mae Danville News Mr Samuel Pea cock of Goal Creek Tennessee and Miss Lou Bright of were married at the home of the brides brother Mr John Bright this city night at eight oclock The groom Is a prominent druggist t OWe weather house for rent Possession given at t f up exhibit citizens HenrYG allpublicomclals Sandifer Padu- cah rooms Last 1h formerly last e Hay Wanted The highest cash price paid for dif ferent grades of hay See Marksbury Son Frank Robinson tf The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an Eusterbazarand exchange Saturday April 11th Easter eggs specialty tf A great negroes have applied to the city for help during the cold weather In worthy assistance has been given but most of the appli cants were of the trilling set who work in good weather Join Dole Danville News Mr WB Holmes and Mr George West both of this city who were recently ordained as ministers in the John Alexander Dow ie Church began aprotractcd at the court house yesterday ac cording to information receivad from that place Many 31Ile In order to attend to about two hours business in Louisville Friday the of this paper left Lancaster at S2G Thursday evening went to Stanford thence to Louisville thence to to Lexington to Winchester to Richmond and back home being away just twentyfour hours and traveling right at 300 miles Now hows this for hustling Shadow Sale A new and novel entertainment will be given Friday January 23 by the C E of Lancaster at the Odd Fellows Hall Refreshments will be served free and everybody old and young of every Christian denomina tion is expected to attend This will be one of the most enjoyable enter tainments of the season Remember the date Friday the 23rd Ilamlioiiic Calendar The Fox Studio has gotten out about the handsomest calendar of the It has a splendid halftone re production of the prize photo Qui etude taken by J L Waggoner and is printed in colors which make one of the prettiest calendars we have seen The Fox Studio as we haye often stated turns out the best work in central Kentucky The Lancaster gallery is open every Friday Give VH Order We have just completed arrange meats with the Coyle Stationery Co Chicago whereby we can furnish all kind of engraved cards wedding in fact anything in the 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 invitn floss ball programs etc ever kept by a country printing olllcc and can make it to your interest to see us tf The Record Otlice Phil Hunter Company This troupe will appear at the court house on February 4 and the varied and novel attractions are pleasing the over the country They de serve a large audience Mr Hunters 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 cents tf Industrial Woman There isnt any new woman The components of womanhood and of gentle womanhood ever have been and must ever be the same timcs diirercnt places social structures put to different tests and uses the fundamental but the principle is always the same She is the same good true hearted woman whether she is with men in the business world or tending to domestic affairs at home and any way in most cases she veers around to the latter state in the end In such a manner Miss Clara E Laugh lin in a paper in the February considers some of the problems of womanhood especially the problem and the paper is well worth reading Confusing A proverb has been defined as the wisdom of the many and the wit of one but the clever is this definition is it is scarcely borne out by a of the most familiar of our Proverbs The following are some of the most striking Penny wise and pound foolish is the exact opposite of Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves so Birds of a feather flock together and Two of a trade never agree Absence makes the heart grow and Out of sight out of are just as contradictory as Many hands make light work and Too ma ny cooks spoil the broth So too Delays are dangerous is theflat of Second thoughts are best while the philosopher who invented axiom The early bird catches fthe worm had apparently never heard of King Alfonsos world renowned say ing that All things comes to him who waits On this particular subject the opinion of the worm the bird might be worth having I nlltrUUllunt cases nev- meeting editor season invitations engraving prices public all especially Different femininity battling Delin- eator Industrial comparison fonder mind op- posIte C Easter many Frankfort our different and 4 Hurt South Dr II C Herring tells us he receiv ed a letter from Clyde Herring his nephew stating that he had his arm broken in two places during a recent trip through the South Clyde has many friend here who are sorry to learn of his accident lie travels a St Louis millinery house his terri tory comprising several southern states Prominent Danville ITInii Hon Samuel Harding died at his home in Danville Sunday after hours of apoplexy He was a noted Democratic politician and financier He was sixty years old and was the largest holder of property in Kentucky owning two hundred and fifty and store rooms in the leading central Kentucky towns lIe his large fortune by his own industry Will PrcacH Sunday Rev J E Wolford who has been in Louisville for two weeks attending lectures in the Southern Baptist Sem inary will return in time to fill his pulpit Sunday at the usual hours Ho adds They have been of wonder ful help to me will be of great as sistance in preaching to my people Mrs Wolford and the children are with me and having a delightful time my mothers home Will exchange my farm of 88 acres lying in the oil fields for a farm in Garrara My land is within two miles of the new pipe line being laid and within a few miles of the Wagers farm which has attracted so much in the oil world Parties desir ing to trade will please bescribe their land and state what improvements arc on it My SO to lUG acres is all in one body Address Jno A Gibson Ilollinsworth Ky tf Siiccesrul School The following item after having sailed around the globe several times finally reached this oflice yesterday Miss Lena Palmer closed a successful school at Walker school house last Wednesday afternoon with a Xmas tree and exercises which were by a large crowd present She tells us she had eight pupils who were not absent a day during the entire term Among them an eleven year old girl Stella Comely who was absent only one half day during her four success ive years there To Correspondent If you will kindly write with a soft pencil put more space between words and lines it will be a great help to The Records typesetters these dark cloudy days It is almost set type at all before halfpast eight or nine oclock during this miserable weather and if the copy is dim it causes all manner of mistakes Sev eral days we have had to stop setting type at 330 on account of darkness As this time must be made up atnight you see the importance of our as plain writing as possible Let me add another please to this re quest Capt White compositor Help With the News There never was a paper in any lo cality that gave all the news It is often that some persous come or go that the editor does not see It that a family is missed several times They get the mistaken impres sion that the paper does not care to mention them The paper has no ill feeling no spite or enmity against anybody Dont be afraid to give the editor the news of interest Perhaps you think the paper hasshown but try and see if it doesnt treat you well if given a chance If you are going away on a visit or have a visitor in your home please will appreciate any assist ance along this line An Enjoyable Evening One of the most enjoyable social events of tne winter was the reception given by the ladies of the Christian church Friday evening The newly repaired and pretty house was brilliantly lighted and presented an inviting appearance You were met at thedoor by the reception committee who at once you feel at home A committee on entertainment was un tiring and kept the large throng of happy guests continually moving a bout Tile supper served in the School room consisted of coffee chocolate This was served by younger members who were attired in costumes Du ing the some splendid music was furnished by members of the choir There were about three hundred call ers during the evening In Demand The mule market is more active now than it has been at any time in the past ten years Buyers are scour ing the country in search of the long eared beauties and instead of sellers hunting buyers and begging them to purchase the case is justthe reverse and buyers are hexing owners to sell Advlces from the Southern markets say the traders are selling mules as fast as they can put halters on them and the planters are taking them at almost any price asked of the mule market also applies to horses Smoothsound highstepping Eastern horses are scarce and bring any where from to 500 accord jng to color style and finslh while blocky Southern horses are in equally as strong demand at 8100 to 8175 Down fort and at attention enjoyed i impossible- to partiality nO- tify us we mad wafers and sandwiches Whatis true 150 f illness residences acquired Ior Exchattte request- or happens sun- day evening j it x READ Announcement of our Great January Clearance Sale l Z 11 Xf X LOOK I oor oo e o00o mo g K y f s s t j Jj c S rt te a f fe Dry Hoods UnderwearBlankets Comforts Cloaks SkirtsMillinery ShoesClothing J Overcoats and Hats I I J I Suits I I i I LOGAN DRY GOODS JIWgjfllli fll1 CO- o oo oooooooo Sao m o t Tile Place to Stop One of tne best hotels in Central Kentucky is the St Asaph wInch is run by Messrs Farris Hardin at Stanford Polite porters meet all trains the table is as good as the afford and the rooms clean and inviting If you want to go to at night you can leave Lancas ter at 825 go to Stanford and get a room at the St Asaph Messrs Har din Farris have a special whereby they know when the Louisville train is late and you get the benefit of three hours sleep thereby as the porter will not call you until the train is about due This is the best accommodation we ever saw at any hotel and when you go that way remember this Their rates are very reasonable Lancaster men Interested An important meeting of the Creek Oil Gas Co was held here yesterday Stockholders present from a distance were Messrs J G and G D Weatherford Dr J C Barker Ilustonville S M Owens McKinney and J C Hemphill of Lancaster A prospectus showing the many advan of this company was ordered printed will be ready for dis tribution in a day or JournalA stockholder tells The Record that the company will only sell 5000 more stock at ten dollars per share which will enable those who take it to get in on the ground floor This will be used to put in more wells They own their own pumping machin ery which will pump 30 to 36 wells as easily as two or three The company has three producing wells and will put in more as soon as the weather will permit Morgan Escape The reading public will be glad to learn that an authentic history of Morgans Escape Is soon to be Glenns Graphic of Madison ville Ky will on February 5 begin rial The incident of the thrilling es cape of Morgan and his men from the Columbus Ohio prison in T863 is well known to the readers of history authentic account of the rence no one is in a better position to speak knowingly and accurately than Capt L D Hockersmith He planned the escape and led Morgan and his men from the darkness of prison cells to the gladness of bright sunshineand is one of the two living men that The lovers of romance and hairbreadth scapes by field and flood tbe story will appeal as few others f For full particulars address Graphic Madisonville Ky 2t r s Louisville arrangement frequently twoor Beaver solicit soStanford Issued participated markets C ages these Fan Deco Glenn 1- y f r We propose to this the most extraordinary sale of merchandise at reduced prices ever offeredlin this vicinity A Sale Every Pocket Book Will Wel come We are not looking for profit this time of the year our aim is to clean out 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 more will receive fifty cents in mer chandise of their own selection free of charge make I I I I I I I I I I 0 Mrs Marr Improving Mrs Margaret Marrs who was burned last week is improving nicely and fatal results are not feared She was passing in front of an open grate when her apron ignighted This caught her dress and before assist ance could reach her she received ugly burns Being well advanc ed in years it was thought she could not stand the shock and polo but she has wonderful vitality and it is she will soon entirely recover Mrs Marrs is beloved by all the older citizens of Lancaster and much is expressed for her in the pain she is suffering W W Withers and L R Hughes have bought G L Carpenters stock of Furniture Carpets Wall Paper and etc at Stanford and will continue the business as Withers Furniture Co with facilities and improvements to no business embracing the above lines W W Withers senior memberof the firm will spend his time in the larger cities selecting bargains and up todate patterns Good patterns bought right are half sold so the time spent in making selections in this novel line will not be missed We cordially invite you to inspect our lines and assure you that our shall be yours Withers Furniture Co Stanford Ky It Improved PluS Pong Lexington society people who are lovers of ping pong will be interested to learn that a Favette county farmer residing near Athens is the inventor of new game which he calls Im proved Ping Pong It is to be play ed on the farm in the fall of the year The player gets up at four oclock in the morning milks the cowsfeeds the hogs and horses eats breakfast hitch es a team to a wagon about the size of a box car and starts for the corn field Here is where your ping pong comes in You grab a big ear of corn in the left hand and with the right hand and a contraption of some kind you yank the shucks off the corn and throw ear at the wagon When the ear corn strikes the throw board it ping and it then hits the bottom the wagon and sounds pong mak ing a very interesting game of 82 per barrel Utoa House house for and the public will tr to please everyone Call and becon Tinoedv i I Hamilton U162m believed Change second advantages H d bOard- ers badly several sympathy th o q o Having traveling 1 e A Praiseworthy Cause Mr H Y Harvin representing the Kentucky Childrens Home Society of Louisville was here last week and getting new subscribers for that institution While here he reor ganized a local board with the power to report orphan children or those who are without visible means of and being raised by immoral and unworthy parents When such chil dren are reported the society will take charge ot them make them comforta ble in every particular teach them moral and proper habits furnish them a good home and do every thing that pertains to the development of the high and ennobling traits of charac ter The good done by the society is incalculable Parties knowing of such children can report to any one of the following committee Dr Kin naird Dr J M Acton Mrs Eliza Lusk Walker Elder A R Moore or William Ward who will take steps to have them put in good hands The Way The people of have been having serious telephone troubles re cently and for several days had no service at all We are not familiar with all the facts but summed up the trouble resulted from an Independent concern selling to the big monopoly the latter as usual immediately the rates on the people The would not stand for the outrage held an indignation meeting and final ly chopped the wires on nearly every phone in town This has been the ex perience in nearly every town where foreigners have come in and given to home enterprises The Record calls attention of this case merely to remind the people of Lan caster that they have asgood telephone service now as they could wish and should be given all the protection and support possible We have no more interest in the local telephone than we have in any other Lancaster enterprise but feel it our duty to continually our people of the fact that in every other town where foreigners come in and run out home people in any other business the public invari bljr is the sufferer therefrom Stand up for your home people those off whom you make your money The of the Lebanon muddle was the organization of another home tele phone company who will give the a good service at a reasonable price It is composed of people who have the interests of the home town at heart and believe in and let ting I Judge M D Hughes is in Cincinna ti this week collect- Ing support J B Lebanon doubling latter remind result people r t U sal opposition F itt liveSt rE I t I 4v A r rnljIi1LI IF NEED A WAtl6N IBUY THE BEST r YOU i OLD HICKORY WAGONS Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it In We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES PHETONS HARNESS RUGS c 1 Em WHIPS I LIDELMORE 1iI Pfj B m I I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kyai SecondClan Matt Matter Lancaster Ky Jan 16 1903 A Virginia scientist declares against kissing claiming that dangerous mi crobes are passed from lips to lips He proved his theory by having a beauti ful girl with enticing lips kiss a piece of glass coated with sensitive gelatine The glass was undisturbed for four or five days and then the print of the kiss was found alive with bacteria But goodness gracious that proves Dont you suppose all the bugs and buggesses in crea tion would settle on a gelatinous spot so sweet And a fel low always lick his lips after a kiss to get the full benefit of the buss and the bugs Cyntbiana Democrat As the writer of the foregoing is an old bachelor we arise to ask how he knows so much about this Explain old fellow explain Arrangements have been completed for the midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association and will be sent to every editor in the state As has been previously stated this is strictly a business meet ing to discuss matters of interest to every in the stateand it is hoped all will be present The cost is trifling and as experienced newspaper men will discuss different matters it can be seen what advan tage it will be to youngermen in the business Dont stay at home and then sit back and share in the fruits of other mens labors Come help the large At a recent social function in Kansas there were fortytwo young ladies present but of all that number there was not a Mary Susie Sallie Annie or Kate There was a bunch of Malbelles two or three one Wyllye one Juanyta and other such names This fool idea does not stop with cymblingheaded girls but you frequently see where some men try to attract attention by parting their name in the middle J Tug mutton Jones T Puddinhead Smith or J Knowltall Brown are marriage of plain John Jones and Ma ry Smith The dally papers are printing much in regard to the Presidents refusal to remove a negro postmistress Missis sippi It is claimed the citizens to force the woman to leave the office and Roosevelt says they cant Intimidate officials and the office While Mr should certainly not allow law lessness yet if the patrons of any par titular office are not satisfied with an officer he should put in one whom they do want Its the peoples which for these things and they should have a sayso I I bacteriological besidesdont remove programs Sunbursts It everyday undertook discontinued money certainly nothing newspaperman pertaining r i J c x Roosevelt 9 I So the old time worn hippocket racket can be worked in far off Gautemala Young Mr Hunter who killed another American there recent ly has proven that his life was and goes free from punishment The telegrams dont say so but we It was shown by competent tes timpny that the dead man threw his hand behind him More red handed murderers have cheated the gallows on this flimsey defense than on any other fake The startling information has been cabled to the New York Her old that the Shah of Persia has lately reduced the number of his wives from 1700 to sixty It is a foregone that the nights in Persia not as cold as they have been here Kentucky or the old rooster would be inclined to increase Instead of cut off the number One of the knotty problems that wireless telegraphy suggests is how are we going to get at it to tax it Carlisle Mercury Just let the Kentucky Legislature get a whack at it and the invention will be immediately taxed out of the state as is almost every other enterprise Thats how Brer Green Keller The New Haven Echo is fourteen years old and every newspaper man in wishes its clever editor John Barry many more years of sue Our friend Clarence Woods has been chosen secretary of the for the fifth consecutive time This is an honor truly well merited STONE I Curt Fothergill sold a bunch of shoats for 20 Dont forget preaching at 11 oclock next Sunday morning Fin Leavell sold 100 bushel of at 83 per bushel Mr John Hicks and wife visited Mrs Joe Hicks Saturday and Sunday Little Miss Peachie Sanders is visit lag her sister Mrs Mattie Duncan- L L Sanders bought six barrels of corn from Todd Simpson at 8L75 per barrelC Sanders bought ten bushel of hemp seed from Boyd Osborn at 8L50 per bushel O J Harden will give an ovster Monday night in honor of the town board Mrs Emily Bay has returned to her home in McLean county otter two months visit with friends and in this and other vicinities Good Cheap Boolu Arthur Joseph have a big lot of books by the best authors which they are selling at a bargain They are clear print on good paper and are well bound All the latest and best works can be had at very small Call at J Josephs store and see them Theyre going rapidly tf e even in danger presume peice of conclusion the state SigmaNu Fraternity hemp- seed parties supper relatives Adolph and cost a- In toss REMOVAL SALEAs we are intendiogto remove our shop we will during the month of December sell the r J PRESENT I STOCKOF HONUMNTSandHARKERS at great sacnuce to save boxing and hauling pickYou IjeIarfard foinity Marble STANFORD STREET M 1111 U 11 fl Ill J tUlU I tI t lf I r r Works fi i C A Arnold liuu til of JJroad dus ten hogs Speed Boner of near Sunday night with James lloyston LJ Our farmers have taken advantage of the cold spell and filled their ice Parks is visiting his brother Henry who has fever at his home in Danville Mrs Lego Anderson still remains quite sick at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Doc Barton M F Rout of this place has been ap pointed on the committe to help raise the 100000 fund necessary to erect a Kentucky building and make full display of the States resources at the St Louis Exposition Friday afternoon Martha Lee six year old daughter of Rev and Mrs W M Stallings was standing near the grate her dress caught fire Hearing screams her mother came in in time to extinguish the flames The childs face was slightly burned on one side Mrs Stallings hands were painfully but not seriously burned in extin guishing the flames A good crowd attended the sale of personal property of Mr Ed Naylor deceased Everything sold well brought from 40 to 898 C A Rob inson purchased a good mule at 50 C A Arnold was appointed guar there being seven children Mr Naylor was a good farmer and it was found after his death that he had over two thousand dollars which he had stored away in a at his home The Ladies Working Society met the first Thursday of the New with Mrs W M Stallinps The secre tary read the annual report It the smallest sum reported for several years but the members have done much good in encouraging and help ng all children attend Sunday school We hope the good work will continue Mrs Stallings who knows so well how to entertain served delightful She kindly requested the so ciety to meet at the parsonage during the winter months BRYANTSVILLE J C Houston is very much better this week W L Glass was in Nicholasville Mon day on business Wm Lane is confined to his room with Brights disease C J Armstrong was in Lancaster Saturday on business Mr R A McGrath Sr is reported very sick at this writing Call at Becker Glass and get 2o pounds of granulated sugar for one dollar and Arbuckles coffee eleven cents package People took the advantage of the cold spell and filled their ice houses Leslie L Jenkins sold his crop of at 7ic to the Continental Company Rev A J Munel visited W H Furr Saturday and Sunday W H Furr sold a fat hog to Bill Lawson for per hundred W H Furr has rented his mill and engine to Church Parker M A Archer is visiting friends and relatives near Jellico this week Mrs Florence Cormoney sold a tat hog to Ben Pollard for 6c per lb Miss Eliza Underwood visited her sister Mrs M A Archer last week Mrs Jennie Gross who has been dangerously sick is better at this This unusual bad weather is proving injurious to hemp in this vicinity they cant take it up Miss Eliza Underwood and her Mrs M A Archer visited W H Furr last Saturday FBEACHEKSYILLE Prof Bishop was here Sunday Willie C Cummins is on the sick list but is some better- J M Cress bought some fat cattle in Rockcnstle county last week Esq John Anderson was visiting Rev Wm Hutchins Sunday Mr Jesse Sartin of Illinois is hIS uncle Charles Spoonamore W H Cummins sold a car load of hay to B D Holtzclaw fur 81150 per ton J C Fox sold a car load of mules to an Atlanta man for about per head Uncle Lewis Anderson one of the best known colored men in our was married last week Our school opened Monday with fair prospects of success Prof Tyler and Miss Henry the teachers comes highly recommended Treasury Department OFFICE or Con PTBOLIER OF THE CCEBENCY Washington D C January 9 1903 Whereat by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned It has been made to appear CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LAN CASTES located In the City of Lancaster In the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky has complied with all theprorltionsof the of Congress to enablftjXatlonal Banking Asso ciations to extend their corporate existence and for other pnrpotes appioved July 12 1882 therefore William B Rid eljv troller of the Currency do hereby certify that THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER located In the City of Lancaster In the Conn ty of Garrard and State of Kentucky rIced to have succession for the period In Its amended articles of association name ly until close ot business on January 9th n testimonywhereof witness my hand seal of office this ninth day of January 1903 WirBRn oKY Comptroller of t ct P t t r I f Will at Sic Danvillespent housesWillie a horses 133 dlan underage refreshments tobacco Tobacco I FLAT WOODS 6 writing sister ot Burgin visit- Ing 110 country that THE specified J the Currency f 1 MAI1KOBW Y close Ye w loft h Co feast LSEA iv ar h and = Cyntlilaua Democrat Mail On fool Question Aftked My Now doctaire began the counsel leaning forward with elbows on the table and swinging his nose glasses on his index finger now doctaire I believe you said you were a resident of Somewhere did you not Yes sir Well how long doctaire have you been a resident of Somewhere and tell the jury to the best of your whether or not in locating there you had any particular object in view I have been a resident of somewhere for empty seven years and I had a essential reason for locating that time Ahl puffed the distinguished coun sel now we are getting at the subject in the right way Doctaire will you please tell these gentlemen the very essential reason you had for locating there at that time Speak out loud doctaire Yes sir I was born there at that timeYes I hope the jury will make a note of the fact Now doctaire I wish to put to you a hypothetical question regarding the effect ot mor phine upon the human body and its effect upon the brain Doctaire have you ever been a fiend No sir Are you an expert upon the use of What is your specialty doctaire what is the particular department of medical science to whicn you devote your entire attention I am a chiropodist Will you explain to these gentlemen exactly what a chiropodist is Use your own language and make it plain Well sir I feel sure that I can make myself quite clearly understood You see it is a definition of unusual length measured I may say by the foot When undue trituration is brought to bear on the delicate molecular epider mica structure of pedalic extremities by the present soler system of leath erine enclosure the constant vibra tion of the molecules has a tendency to solidify the carnal particles into whitleather like deformities whose conformations are different from and entirely foreign to the usual big toe except in so far as they are attached thereto and through the intricate nerve system transmit an intimation of their presence to the central union station 01 the brain whence all trains depart on time unless waiting for connections These whitleather like deformities you should know are underestimated by the casual of patentleathersand ruthlessly attacked and with a razor I may say however that it is more a peculiarity of women than of men to razor these unnat ural solidifications and that happy homes have been destroy ed hopes blasted and loving pairs through the attempt at repaiis by pares The function of the is to correct this Doctaire what medical societies are you a member of The American Society of Humane chiropodists the American and AntiPare Association the Valley Foot Grain the Minnehaha Bunion the Canadian Confederation of Corned Beef the Oakdale Acorn iators the International Eclectic School of Onenight Cures and many others Now doctaire the distinguished counsel squared himself back in his chair and contentedly patted did you ever know Mr Izzie Easy the gentleman who wrote thiswill No sir I never saw him Do you not know that he was a gen tleman of scholarly training bearing affable agreeable gentle kindFrom the way you put the question I should say he was Yes Do you not know that he every way competent to attend to his own affairs and make a will to his own desires I should think be was Did you ever notice that his face was pallid To sir I never saw him Was he not of a rosy healthy look color Yes sir I object your honor protested the worm on the other side The doctor has said he never saw Izzy Easy how can he testify as to his color I am putting a hypothetical your honor replied the first counsel with warmth and I insist that I have a right to put my own way without interruption by the vermine on the other side The objection is overruled said the judge it is only a question of which side can outexpert the other Did you ever know him to have heartburn I never did Sour stomach No Spots before his eyes No Did he ever smoke cascarettes Would he sometimes get up from his chair Yes Would he sit down again At the same time Either at the same or some other time State to the jury whether or not he would sit down Yes he would sit down Thats what I was after Did you ever know him not to sit down It he was not already sitting down 1 j is t rjf j A nXItl z eslosx I LuwSrr distinguished knowledge very thereat morphine morphineNo perfectly eastern possessor are frequently assassinated separated Chiropodist English Mississippi Exterminators Busters his stomach courteous agreeable and question distinguished No a rsv I especially All win Yep I I I never did or course you didnt Did you ever know him to back and sit down Jury and spectators laugh heartily drowning the doctors answer Well well pass that point Now doctaire from what I have said to you both before and during this and from what you have heard on the streets and from what you have read in the papers and from the would you not say the man who wrote this will which I hold in my hand was of sound mind I should like for you Answer the question doctaire was mind sound or unsound witness waived the distin guished counsel triumphantly Doctor said the worm on theoth er side did you not say you were chiropodist I did sir You gaye a definition of what a chi ropodist is did you not 1 did Well now doctor as a matter of fact isnt a chiropodist a corn doctor Thats what the vulgar call it Did you ever remove any corns from zzy Easys feet I never did Did you ever remove any from his head I never did Then you dont know whether he had corns on his head or not do you No sir You never saw him No You never heard of him until on the other side approached you 1 never did You know absolutely nothing about him Absolutely nothing Then was he of sound or unsound PAINT LICK Millard IIighland at home S H Blount has moved his back to Paint Lick Mrs R L Jennings spent a few days in Lancaster last week Rev Otis Iluson filled his regular appointment at Sit Tabor Sunday Wallace Gafney who has been at home for several days has returned to Illinois Miss Attie Gaugh of Owen county is the guest of Mr and Mrs W G Kemper of this place Margaret Engleman the little daugh ter of Mrs Pattie A Entfleman who has been very sick is better Berred and Jasper Maupin of were the guests of Alex Parish and wife Saturday and Sunday Dr Ramsey and wife and daughter Mayme left Thursday morning for the south where they will spend the UETTIS Miss Alice Anderson visited her sis ter Mrs CP Blank last week Messrs Jim Bourne Wm Bettisand Hunter House attended court atRich mond Monday Mr and Mrs Butler Sutton were by Mr Charlie Adams and wife Friday Miss Pauline Arnold and brother of Bryantsville visited T M Arnold and family last week Win Sutton of Hubble has moved to his fathers here and we welcome him into our midst Miss Bettie Mitchell of London and Mrs Morgan of Richmond are visit ing Miss Pattie Leake Bertram Spratt and family have moved from here to Lowell He will Our blacksmith Mr Watkins is in ills shop again and wishes to thank the public for their patronage of last year and invites thorn again as he is going to shoe for GO cents cash so do not ask for credit E V Elder dry goods merchant of Richmond has assigned Revenue officers have made a big raid on moonshiners in Estill county The oil boon has added nearly a mil lion to the taxable values of Bath coun tyNo agreement has been reached to takeup the Meacham case in the Court of Appeals Louisville bricklayers will tractrs to pay them a day and to make an eighthour schedule begin ning March L A measure has been introduced in the Senate of the Indiana Legislature which is intended to divorce State courts from politics A true saying Its a fact I go wav examination profession his SOUNDTake It counsel mindUNSOUND spentTuesday Kingston winter entertained neighbors askcon 5 a faint v WANTED Agents to sell Teas Coffee Spices Powderand Extracts for the largest Importing house In the U S Liberal commission to agents and large Inducements to customers Good Income Columbia Bldg 4th Main Louisville Ky4t 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 mysalf at Marcel Ins Garrard county Ky 144t JNO A WOOD Assignee dayAddress or t it P You will be lucky If you buy your Fall and Winter Suit and Overcoat We a merchant tailoring business and guarantee cur customers everything that ought to be guaranteed in made w omeasure garments men and boys Our line is big We carry upwards of four hundred patterns in the newest Brightest and nobhiest fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS All these points are found in our garments The trimmings linings 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 you J C HEMPHILL Lancaster THE NEW YEAR Has come and your account is due Please call promptly and pay it It is expensive and unpleasant to send a col lector to you OJkROBEIlTS Druggist We are now in Our New Location next to Zimmers where we have plenty of room to show our immense stock of Druggists Sundries Toilet Articles Brushes Rubber Goods Cigars Tobacco Etc Our Prescription Department is under charge of an expert pharmacist You will save money by bringing your prescriptions to us FrisiDies Drug Store North side Public Square i We Can Supply Your Every Want ofus carryon tailoringIn l 00000000000000000 0000000 00000000 0 o 0 0o Q 2 I 3 I 2 t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t i 4 f s e 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0C 0 00 0 0 00 O 0o I Oa0000000000000000000000000 0 0000000 Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock t a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks T B WALKER SON Successors to J M Higgimbotham I f I heavyHardware It uJuUJuUUIt 111 IUI I I 1 i Get our New Year PRICESON STOVES SEE OUR Hemp Scales Wagon Harness Plow Harness x Buggy Harness Saddles Etc OLIVER PLOWS K F POSTLE I 7 rr7r fn wti1 tO Jr o r krQJ I l 1 I m i m m 18 J o 0 o b 0 e err rirar r rr I rp-t Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Dr Acton has gone to Cincinnati Miss Rosella Gulley has been the guest of Miss Sallie Ross Mrs Fred Yeager and baby are the guests of Mrs Fred Kemper Miss Martha Tillett is in Lexington visiting Mrs Luther Foley Mrs A II Rice is at Lancaster again after a visit to friends H B Tuggle of Barbourville visited his sister Mrs J A recently Miss Annie Herndon entertained very charmingly Saturday evening Miss Lula McClure of Crab Orch ard is visiting Miss Mamie Bastin Rev J E Wolford wife and chil dren are visiting ralatives in Miss Sophronia Fox spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Louise Kauff manGeorge Y Conn has returned home from a prospecting trip through Knox countyMiss Christine Bradley accompanied her father to Florida to spend several monthsW Conn of Montgomery county Missouri is visiting Mr and Mrs W II Conn Mrs Ed Minor and daughter Miss Lora have taken rooms at Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconers Miss Stella Ballou after a short vis It to her brother Mr H M Ballou has returned to Stanford Miss Lillie V West after spending the holidays with home folks returnee to Nicholasville Monday Miss Tine Johnson and Mrs A II Bastin who have been sick with grip are very much improved Mrs Banks Hudson and little daugh ter Porter Scott are at home again after a visit to Lexington Mr John Marrs of Richmond Sunday to see his mother who improving slowly from a fearful burn Prof Jno M Young of Cornell Uni versity has been visiting friends in this county He returned home Sat urday Mr J E Stormes was in Cincinnati this week on business connected with the State Board of Pharmacy of Its A Very Important Matter 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 Customers Interests and 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 a liberal share in the future Very Truly HM Ballon Danvile COil 11 Louisville I t soliciting t1 t t t I t I e4 where J ass which he is a member Mrs Tevis of Kirksville is the guest of her sister Miss Alleen Hudson of Danville is the guest tf Miss Lizzie Hudson Dan villa avenue Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Faint Lick have been visiting the family of Mr Tompson Louis Burnside the polite clerk at Stormes drug stor has been on the sick list this week Mrs Jas A Rowland has returned to her home in El Dorado Ark She was accompanied by Miss Nellie and Bruce AdamsMiss cis Fogg of Frankfort is expected Saturday to be the guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside avenue Mrs H N Faulconer and little laugh ter Margaret of Ililsboro Ohio are with her parents Mr and Mrs W B Mason Lexington avenue Mrs Sam Johnson and children lave returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond She was accompanied by her mother Mrs John Arnold Our esteemed friend Alex West who has had quite a tussle with car buncles for the past two weeks we are glad to say is now on the mend A little girl has arrived to further bless the nnion of Mr and Mrs Percy Noland Mrs Noland was Miss Mae Hughes and her many Lancaster friends extend congratulations Word has been received from Mr Fred Kemper that he is delighted with the West and that his family will soon start for their future home Mr Kemper and family have made many friends here who deeply regret their departure Jessamine Journal Mrs Jas Burn side of Garrard county was the guest several days sister Mrs H B Campbell Miss Katie Campbell re turned last Saturday from a visit to relatives in Garrard county She was accompanied by her cousin Miss Jeh nie Burnside who was en route to school at Millersburg Miss Jennie is a great favorite in Nicholasville where she attended school last year and is a very bright young lady Stanford Rebecca Williams whose mantuamaking estab lishment was so extensively patronized here has gone to Lancaster with her fathers family and she will engage in similar business in that florishing city To let people of Lancaster know that many of the best people here were her patrons we mention a few of them as followsMrs Judge J W Alcorn Mrs H J McRoberts Miss Pearl Burnside Mrs J Sam Owsley Jr Miss Kathrine Baughman Mrs Dr Cook Mrs Dr Car penter Miss Anne and Mrs Carroll Shanks Mrs Higgins Mrs James Lynn and the list might be extended And many of these ladies as many others here had been in the of going to Louisville or Danville for their work For the kindness of the Lincoln Democrat to me when 1 first began business in Stanford a year ago as well as now I am sincerely grateful Miss Williams concluded a note DONT WORRY Whats the use Of fretting If youve troubles Try forgetting Take things easy Praise or blame The world will wag on Just the same Whats the difference Any how A hundred years From now anticipateYour When it No need to borrow Get your sleep out Troubled one You can not rush The slow old sun So let the seasons Come and go Bringing with them Weal or woe Use the moments them Hasten In lifes long race I Chicago Tribune J C Danville of her DemocratMiss indefinitely habit flyNor hurryAnd 1 Dontdont jf1 Mrs Geiger rv comes 4yJ r o D Ct A VEGETABLE CUTTER The Handy Man Who Invented It Is Convinced That It In Very Close to Perfection- I made a vegetable cutter that is about perfect The four posts are 2x3 inches Side boards are nailed on inside A pin runs across bot tom sticking through each side mak ing a leverage with ends of pin as fulcrum to which bottom board e is fastened A knife is screwed on the inside of front legs a a and aboard the outside to come even with bottom edge of knife The bottom should stand at onehalf pitch The r bon DEVICE FOR CUTTING ROOTS front legs are three feet and hind legs four feet in length Nail front piece b which is six inches wide on outside of front legs a a 13 inches from floor Fasten knife c with screws on inside of front legs the lower edge of knife to come flush with top edge of front piece The box is two feet inside width ten inches Length of bottom board e with handle three and one half feet width ten inches- A piece of old saw blade makes a good knife The thickness of slice may be regulated by putting pieces of board between front piece and knife Lower end of bottom should raise just to the edge of knife and drop below sufficient to catch a sliceThe cutter is operated by pushing the handle downward thus forcing the roots on the end of bottom board up against the knife F F George in Farm and Home COST OF MILK New Experiment Station Pre sent Some Figures WhicU Are Worth Studying The New Jersey experiment station kept strict account of the cost of feeding a large herd of cows for five years and the product with a view to ascertaining the cost of making1 milk The average production per year for five years was 173000 pounds or 0479 pounds per cow The cost per cow per day for roughage was 621 cents and for grain fed Gll cents The average cost per quart of milk for five including feed labor and interest and decrease in the value of the herd was 233 cents The highest average was 249 cents per quart in 1890 and the lowest 228 cents per quart in 1S9S During the year ended April 1 1901 there was as average of 30 cows kept and the food cost per day was 1203 cents 73 cents for grain and 535 cents for roughage The average yield of milk per cow per day was 820 quarts and the cost of food per quart 154 cents To this must be added 8 cent per quart for and interest making total cost of milk per quart 234 cents The average weight per quart was 21S pounds making the cost per 100 pounds 107 In calculating the cost of farmgrown foods these were charged at the actual cost of labor seed and manure the farm being charged with manure at the rate of 150 per ton The herd made during the year 330 tons Paying Rent in flutter Fat An unusual method of paying rent for land which is to be tried in the irrigated alfalfa district of California may be found in the prospectus of a land company which advertises to rent its land to dairy tenants for onethird of the butter fat produced by the cows running on this irrigated land The tenant then gets for his share twothirds of all the butter fat in addition to the calves and pigs duced on the place The tenant must furnish his own cattle so that he ought to take as much pride in keeping the herd up to a high stand ard as if he owned the land It is expected that the land companys in terest will be equal to a fair rate of interest on a valuation of 100 per acre A thrifty tenant with good cows should be able to make a hand some profit besides supporting his family in comfort Money In Feeding Calve I can take three calves says T F B Sotham the noted Hereford breed er and make them gain two pounds apiece per day on the same amount of feed which is needed to make one mature steer gain two pounds six pounds of gain on calves for two on a steer Double the money can be made by feeding calves that can be made on twoyearolds A man must feed stock with good blood and then he will not be in financial troubles Let him buy calves and fatten them It is by far a better system than putting twoyear or threeyearold steers into the Dtapoalnar of Farm Crops Never hold back the crops from market when there is an opportunity to sell The only time to hold the grain and hay is when there is a sufficient number of animals to such products It must not be overlooked that grain shrinks with age because it dries and it may be possible to get a higher price per bushel and yet receive less money for the whole owing to the loss of weight from shrinkage Every farmer should carefully study the markets and fully understand when to Ml JHHJ i i lengthof MAKING ears labor ofmilk pro feedlot onto ell lIJI j Jersey tha- is consume t 1 SUNSHINE AS YOU GO jj Oh the world has need of sunshine as you go For we often see the tears of sorrow flow You can haste that coming Jay When theyll all be wiped away If you scatter blessed sunshine as you go You can labor for the Master as you go Plant the precious seed and He will bid It grow Tolling on whateer betide With the Saviour by your side You can scatter blessed sunshine as you go But keep looking still above And remember God Is Love While you scatter blessed sunshine as you go John M Baker In Philadelphia Public Ledger THE SNARE OF SELFPITY Rob Life of All MH Herolum SelfDe DIal IB the Opposite and Nobler Trait Sympathy is a very beautiful thing when kept where it belongs We can not have too much sympathy with those who need it But there is one person whose need of it is more than doubtful and that person is ones in dividual self Pity is akin to love and selfpity is so close a relative of selflove that we are wise if we definitely refuse to it enter the doors of our souls Yet at time in every life it seeks entrance There is no lot where in youth even there is not some opportunity for selfpity I am poor I am discouraged I am misunderstood I am slighted I am overworked there is no end to the whispers that selfpity makes in our ears If we yield to these sug gestions however we soon begin to feel that the situation gets worse every day We find our courage wan ing our despondency growing and all possibility of cheer and victory re ceding in the distance Sympathy for self is a paralyzing and fatal Unlike the sympathy of u wise friend it brings no new point of view and suggests no fresh plan campaignA sympathizes with him self always has an overproduction of grievances If heundertook to some of his minor miseries to even his best friend they might seem small hut self treats them and sympathizes unfailingly Let the habit of selfpity be once established and happiness is gone forever and a day The tiniest trou ble becomes a thing to brood upon Health of soul is gone and soreness of spirit has taken its place until at last the selfsympathizer become one of those miserable persons who proclaims Nobody has such a hard time as I have When we get to saying that down in the pit of folly and selL ishness indeed Xo soul that makes that wail is brave or noble or desert ing of much sympathy When we once truly look about us and see or guess the crushing burdens other souls are bearing with patience and without complaint we shall be ashamed of such cowardly whining Whatever lot we may have in life we do not know what its possibilities really are until we have cheerfully and courageously tried them Self pity blinds us to the silver lining of the cloud to the discipline hid under hardship to the strength brought by burdenbearing Blessed is he that overcometh Shall we sigh because we have a chance to win a blessing Shall we be caught in the snare of selfpity and never get free It is a that tangles many young feet and the sooner we learn to avoid il the better The brave life never sits down to brood It pushes ahead sharing its crust with anothers need shifting its burden as well as it can so as to lend a hand to a comrades load trudging steadfastly forward through rain and shine and sure to get to the goal in the end It takes selfdenial not selfpity as a guide and for him who makes that choice there is no such word as failure though all fate seems against him Young People The Lord l The Lord is good Sometimes we forget it Sometimes we feel it Al ways we know it Few men are really skeptical as to the goodness of the great God who is at the heart of the man who has lost all faith in good ness and all faith in God The Lord is good The need is to translate that declaration of Holy Writ into terms with one as a daily conviction and comfort and to live in a constant of praise and prayer in the spirit of the Psalmist who de clared I will bless the Lord at all Y Observer Figs and Thistles Gods delays are not always de nialsThe greatest grief may be gilded with some gratitude The shield of faith was not meant to protect tie conscience High pressure in society is apt with low pressure in piety Our gains depend not on what we can get but on what we can give When the roots of life reach river of God its fruits will be with Bis glory Staffed Make a dressing of bread a little parsley thyme nutmeg pepper butter cream and a beaten egg mix well put into the body of the rabbit sew up dredge with flour and baste generously with butter Bake until Monthly Judging by her portrait youd con lude she was a person of advanced literary attainments wouldnt you Yes but I happen to know that she isnt as well read as she is painted Cleveland Plain Dealer goThere let sonic explain Good upholder of personal experience to carry it atmosphere timesN to- go Rabbit crumbs tenderLedger A LWery Tint sympathy respectfully ware snare a th sal c e- rich t F r a v GETTING RIGHT GRADE Simple Little Which Im Helpful for Farmers Wtto have A devise for assisting in getting the grade while digging drains is de scribed by a correspondent of Ameri can Agriculturalist I took a piece of board a a eight feet long seven inches wide and nailed on two three cornered pieces b b cutting out the section of the board between them as shown in the illustration Then I nailed a piece of lath across nnnnnn to Dig Drama Apparatus APPARATUS FOR GRADING the tops of the threecornered pieces A piece of clapboard d three feet long was sharpened nearly to a point on the thin side and nailed to the side of the eightfoot board thin edge down so that the point of the clapboard would be about 20 inches above the center of the lath If the lower edge of the board is straight and placed in a level the line will hang at right angles with it Have the edge of the lath planed Take a sharp pencil and mark each side of the line and cut a notch on the lath To illustrate the use of the device when the board is level if a twoinch block is put under one end and a noth cut behind the line the plumb line will indicate the grade and the operator will get a two inch fall for every eight feet eight feet being the length of the board MICE IN THE ORCHARD Unless the Omen of Prevention If Resorted To They May Do Considerable Damage Young orchard trees are almost as likely to be injured by mice in some parts of the coutnry as by rabbits in other places Sometimes when the snow goes oft in the spring it is found that many trees have had their bark more or less gnawed off by mice The injury extends from three to six inches above the ground and may entirely encircle the trunk If the trees are small and have been completely girdled there is little hope of saving them especially if a wide strip of bark has been entirely removed With larger trees or small er injuries much can be done to the damage if the injured wood is not allowed to become dry The wound should be immediately cov ered with grafting wax or a thick coat of paint and covered by a mound of earth heaped up around it If the wound is not too large it will in time be covered by a new growth of bark High manuring and requent cultiva tion will hasten this process of the injury In this case as in all others an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure An orchard should never be planted in sod as the surrounding grass and weeds greatly increase the danger from mice If mice are known to be in the orchard the trunks may be covered for a distance of 20 inches from the ground with wire mosquito netting or with thin wooden veneers thus affording against rabbits pests also If this has not been done the danger may be greatly lessened by tramping the snow down hard around the trees after each storm Prairie Farmer EXPERIMENTAL STEEL ROAD Gives Great Satisfaction to Teamsters and Slippery Weather Automobilists for some days past have been watching the effect in time of the experimental steel road put down recently in Murray street between Broadway and Church street by the Automobile Club of America Their observation tends to show that the steel rails are a great benefit to teams drawing heavy loads up the grade as the horses do not slip so much as on the granite blocks and go easier as soon as the truck wheels strike the rails A number of drivers of heavy trucks when asked their opinion of the new road expressed themselves strongly in favor of it and as more like it Raw Apples Promote Health Ripe uncooked apples are among the most valuable of our fruits It has been said that any man who can and will eat two goodsized apples in the course of every 24 hours will never have gout and if this destroyer of comfort has already fastened its fangs in his system apples will van quish even the most persistent form of this legacy of luxurious living Raw apples are much to be preferred for health reasons to those that are cooked Heat makes chemical changes and destroys or devitalizes an acid that seems to act directly on the lime salts and earthy matter created in the system by rheumatic condi Review This 1m tut Clear as Mod A seed is an ultimate trigenera tional symbiotic unit in the plant life history integrated from tissues and structures belonging to two sphor ophytic generations and the gametophytic phase Comment ing on this definition of a seed given by the Botanical Gazette the Rural New Yorker says We time nor language to attempt to deny this statement We would like to the man who wrote this clear descrip ton give an exact definition of a seeds man who catalogues the scedl diagonally position repair repairing protection andother In New York During Snowy ofsnow wanting goutyand tionsFarmers haven ither f City intervening sow IG t 1py R RejresenllDiFollofiDiConijanies Aetna QueenPalatine National HartfordConneticut German American BrooklynMilwaukee New York Underwriters GlobeNorth KINNAIRDINSURANCE Aetna Life Ins Co gf HartfordConD The Fox Studio use ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS and guarantee A PERFECT LIKENESS We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY Th3 Fcx Studio We Trains Leave I Lancaster NoIO Sad AX No21 1040 e S No22o Non PIstye OUmay hitch your wagon to a star hang the ocean on a tornado to dry wipe the dust from a i with a sfaety razor wear the aurora borealis for a an gown twist the sky into an omelette set an earth quake to rag time unbuckle the 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 evening bellybandof Miil Time in effectv For Richmond Winchester Lexing ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle Cov ingtou Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin Middlesboro etcl For Richmond and intermediate eta lions For Stanford and way stations Trains run except Sunday Above is 10 11 stop at all when flagged dally tNC stations cast 8 BEAZLEYw Office over Dr Klnnalrds oppo DENTIST site Presbyterian church Danville street Jm E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money tc loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Lancaster Lodge No 104 FAMStated 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 Free Coal T H Lee and Leavcl Every 30 days we propose to give away 15 bushels of coal With every 50c cash purchase we give a ticket which entitles you to a chance and as many tickets as you hold you have a chance and at the end of each month we get some disinterested person to draw a number out of the box that number is entitled to the coal We also propose to carry in stock rough and dressed Lumber Shingles Etc Call and get our prices 1212 T H Lee Leavel The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN B STORIES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex EL Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 Tfce GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS fiom B F HUDSON Cashier Asst C D WALEBB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis J SBobinson R P Hudson J T M Arnold 2 I493 0 o VIce Prest 0 Q I W O Cash r 1J Walker tHI 00000400000000900000OOCbsO 0i0 2 RIo mz Y Leaven IER EI- SFAVOR E La M STAB FNSH NoSheitect No OH frffr Frisbies Drugstore ROtEtS yfY6s ftaNiWmd willi e arias d Rp7Appl DrisLrireea I ifee amply tea fahlsa eD The lantern throws its dim light only just far enough for one step But as only one step at a time can be taken that little circle of light is large enough to walk in It to be slow but it is sure progress nevertheless o O I JqJrr 4 71agO ell tI rl rd Ga g may seem U1Li UfeD 0 0o parents cannot be blamed for the desire to get well quick But even on the road to health we can only take one step at a time Sufferers from lung trouble who have been cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery tes tify that with each days use of the med icine the progress to health is marked The cough lessens the hemorrhage stops the body gains in flesh and the strength grows measurably Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures obstinate coughs bronchitis bleeding lungs and other diseases which if neglected or unskilfully treated fatally consumption and also neuralgia writes Mrs Payne of For nearly three years Cough was so bad he could not lie down at He got no relief from the doctors we employed so he purchased two bottles of Dr and took a tablespoonful two hours After the we that his was better and he rested People who are sick with lung disease emaciation terminate husband had a severe cough E ft I Discovery coUldsee SIn zoo well that The doctor said it was if it was the two bottles of Golden Medical Discovery cured him nothing else did We thank Dr Pierce for what his have done us we can recommend them and feel that we are recommending something that will cure if used according to directions I have them to three of my friends and results Doctor Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver ooooGooooooooooooooooooGooooGoooo For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc It estimated that 6000000 turkeys are required to furnish the Thanksglv ing dinner tables each year That means over 50000000 pounds of meat worth 7500000 Of this sum the smallest State Rhode Island receives the largest share Jonas Well sold to Brice Steel one lot of 61 and one lot of 56 feeders weighing 1150 at cents also to John Roseberry 28 yearlings at 29 per head Mr Well is feeding about 800 cattle at Walshs Kentuckian Last week a farmer over in Clay county traded a turkey valued at 12 cents per pound for a quarter of a beef valued at 6 cents per pound When weighed the beef weighed 26 pounds and the turkey 26 pounds making even exchangeMichael Murrv of Hereford Mo has what he claims is the largest mule on earth The animal is eighteen hands or six feet high at the shoulders and weighs 1706 pounds He will exhibit her St Louis Worlds Fair Without the United States the worlds corn crop would be an affair For the six years 1895 to 1900 inclusive the aggregate corn crop of the world was 16600000000 168 billions bushals or an annual average of 2770000000 bushels Of this amount the United States alone produced 12 400000000 bushels an average of 2070 000000 bushels per annum The CentraliaMo Guard says that a desease is killing off cattle in Johnson county that is puzzling the faimers and the veterinary surgeons who are unable to diagnose it Unlike blackleg it attacks old cattle which sicken and die and die ill an hours time Several farmers have lost stock from the strange desease L Joseph shipped 20 car loads of ex port cattle Saturday There were 310 head purchased of James and Sam Clay and averaged 1380lbs The price was 515 Horace Purdy of Millers burg delivered to LJoseph 15 head of 1500 lb cattle at 512 and Jno T Purdy also sold to Joseph 2 heud of 1340lb cattle at the same KentuckianA has just completed a chicken fattening house with a ca pacity of 5000 chickens and by a new process an instrument will be used for forcing prepared food down the throats of chickens This process will add three pounds to each bird in three weeks One man can feed 300 an hour During the war the American mule made quite a reputation for himself in South Africa He was credited by the British with one Boer victory which he won by running off with the 4 distilleryParis atthe E pricePar- is chickens p r rs iijrir Insignif- Icant British cannon and ammunition When the Boers captured the mules they found them well adaptod to work in that climate consequence a Boer from the Transvaal has come to this country and purchased 1000 mules for the farmers in South Africa GOD SEES THE BEST The Difference Between Human and Divine Judgment In Relation to Human Character God does not set the less against the greater as we do He sets the greater against the less that is His way Who will not say Blessed be His love Man being small being petty at the Idngliest finds a flaw Thus the wise fool talks He is honest he is wise he is gifted he is on the whole a man of notable intellectual stature and in fluence thinks he is clever when he discovers a but He gathers up into Pharisaic perpendicu Iarity and says I discovered that I pointed out that frailty I saw it There can be no pit deep enough for a wretch like that How doth God speak Thus hear the music of in finite love He has gone astray he has been unfaithful he has from Me a thousand times he has done the things he ought not to have done is the difference between human judgment and divine judgment in relation to that greatest of all mys teries human character It is better to fall into the hands of God than into the hands of men Your brethren like to speak against you to have discov ered a peccadillo one little sin and to have fingers dainty enough to pick out that little hair and to be able to say f Ive got it The Lord saith You have wounded Me and disappointed Me and gone away from Me can I give thee up Return That is the difference between your human the ories and the great Divine idea of re always seeing the best fixing His eyes upon the salvable points looking to those elements that are still left out of which He can rear manhood He will not quench the smoking flax He will not break the bruised Parker D D The Foe to Fear Dr Theodore L Cuyler in estimat ing what he deems to be our worst en emy in this life says Dangerous as the devil is dangerous as worldly amusements are the most dangerous enemy that we often have to encounter walks in our own shoes That cun fling artful smoothtongued heart devil self is the foe that needs the most constant watching us to the worst defeats The flesh lusteth against the Spirit and the Spirit against the flesh and these are contrary the one to the other Paul had a tremendous battle along these lines beating down his carnal nature by hard blows and the old hero was able at the last to shout I have fought a good fight henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness Whoever has oy above all will at the feet of Jesus Christ is already one of the overcomers He already begins to wear clean raiment and the om niscient eye of God discerns on hia brow the first flashings vie loirs crown As a butman himself turnedaside yetthat yethow demptionGod reedJoseph I I andsubjects planshishisown of J 1th It is the right of every child to be well born and to the parents it must look for health and happinessHow greatis responsibility and how important that no taint of disease is left in the blood to be transmitted to the helpless child entailing the most suffering and marking its body with offenpitiable sive sores tnderuptions catarrh of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular awellings brittle bones white swelling and deformity How can look jipon such sufferers and not reproach themselves for bringing sp tauch misery into the world If you have disease in your system how can you expect well developed healthy children Cleanse own blood and health have not only enlarged capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures of life but have discharged a all owe to posterity and made v mankind healthier and happier j stubborn blood arents and- y your t there 1S 210 remedy that so surely deepseated ur rea I troubles as S S S Itittarcnesout even hereditary poisons and removes every taint from the blood and up the health It weaklings are rowing up around jpu right the wrong by on a course S S S at once Itis gen 41 a purely vegetable medicine harmless in itreffects and can be taken old and young without fear of any bad ramlts Write us about your case and let our jBcku advise and help This will cost you nothing and we will also send Oiir book on blood and t 7 I tls mSWIfT 41ats cj SOUTHERN FORAGE CROP Japan Clover Hay la Highly Priced for All Kind of Stock by the Texju Station The botanical name is Lespedeza striata Of it a bulletin of the Texas station says This is a summergrow ing plant that thrives on most of the light soils found between the Trinity river and the Carolinas throughout the gulf states It is strictly a forage plant and will not thrive north of the latitude of Kentucky Seeds have been distributed all over the south from an original shipment that was received at Charleston S C some years ago Birds winds and all classes of live stock have been in strumental in scattering the seed westward When this weed first 1l I 3f1111 rJI southern JAPAN CLOVER OR LESPEDEZA makes its appearance in a community it is looked upon as a small weed and causes some discussion on ac count of its salivating effect upon horses After a year or two this tendency to salivate disappears and the new clover is recognized as a val uable forage crop to the community In other instances progressive stock men buy the seeds and plant them in the community where seeds have not been distributed by natural means and these in turn are dis seminated throughout the soils to which the plant is suited by the agencies mentioned Seed should be sown in late sprint upon wellprepared the moist protected soils of partial woodland Usually a peck to one half bushel of seed per acre is planted in April and May often in March The plant grows slowly at first but with a fair amount of rainfall it will establish itself and will green droughts until frost The tiny violet bloom that occurs during July and August is often over looked but the plant seeds the land abundantly and the crop of clover will repeat itself annually if soil and seasons are favorable In many por tions of the older states where the crop has been grown and cared for Lespedeza hay is highly prized for all kinds of stock and its reclaiming influence upon wornout soils is high ly appreciated USE OF WIDE TIRES A Matter That of Vital Interest to the Preservation of Roads In Good Condition One of the greatest aids to better roads is the use of wider tires on the wagons No matter what kind of material is used for the of the road the width of the tire is of vital importance It is also vastly to the interest of almost every farmer from an economic standpoint to have at least a three or four inch place of the old fashioned narrow tire The loads will draw more easily about his fields and on almost all kinds of roads The wide tired wheels are much stronger and more lasting and present much less trouble in the shape of loose tires In many sections their economic advantages are being recognized and they are rapidly replacing the narrow tire This transition should be hastened as rapidly as possible All new pur chases should be of the wide sort So thoroughly has the relation of wide tires to good roads been recog nized abroad that laws have been passed regulating the width of tires In Germany fourinch tires are re quired In France traffic tires must be from three to ten inches wide to the weight of the load and the front axle must be shorter than the rear axle to prevent track ing In Austria wagons carrying more than two and a quarter tons are required to have tires at least four and onethird inches wide and every load over four and a half tons must be carried on tires of six and onefourth inches in width Prairie Partner TIMELY FRUIT NOTES Glass grown strawberries must have sun For the pecan choose land where the hickory thrives Late tender growth in peach tree should be cut away says a New Hampshire grower The not for culls but for the best fruit that can grow on a tree remarks an exchange According to California authorities the raisin crop of the state for 1902 is 100000000 pounds and the largest but one ever grown in the state Dr Saunders of Canada has some crosses of Siberian crab on Tetofsky McMahon White and other hardy about which he is very sanguine Some northern strawberry growers who are able to secure a good price for their fruit in the usb an extra thick winter mulch to delay the spring fruiting as long as possible Beet onp Kettle Cook soap only in a porcelain lined kettle and never leave in the kettle over night Drain the stock into a porcelain bowl and be to remove every bit of vegetable j either landor remain throughsevere I construction tirein according box8 season Y P at apple careful zi t now SHE BASTED IT A Vouiijj llmiKOvrlfox Terrible 1reiiucinK Her Kirnt Chicken the Oven Said a woman who knows how Jo cook nearly everything rerates the New York Herald I was very young and unworldly when t was first married and had a lot of things to learn about the simplest affairs of housekeeping It was shocking 1 know not to know how long to cook an egg for instance I left the first I cooked stay on 20 minutes I be lieve Walter was awfully consider ate and limited to hurt my feciings When the first batch of bread I made could not be sliced I concluded had better get a cook book and learn in earnest The first thing I wanted to do of course was something wildly I had no mother to go to for advice and as Walter and I were miles away from his family it wasnt much better that vay I am going to have a chicken I told my husband Dont you want me to select it my husband asked Hut I said no and stubbornly started out to get it It was n round nail plnmplookinf creature mind 1 fancied tIle surprise I would have in it for Waljy Then I took the book awl gavelt a thorough examination for howto coolachicken recipes There seemed to be numberless confusing ways and I had difficulty in selecting one that I had scalded the hen and in talc ing off the feathers hail torn the skin somewhat I was wondering what to do with it when I saw those never tobeforgiven words haste well Certainly I would bastewell Had I not seen in my grandmothers kitchen once the very needle and thread they evidently Site had used it I found out later for sewing up the stuffing in a turkey But never pausing to consider what reason she might have bad I leaped to the first conclusion that entered mymindI haste well obtained a large darning needle and a stout thread and carefully sewed and darned the wrinkled skin of that fowl It was a sight for gods when I got through so knit and knotted that Wallys knjfe and carv fork caught in the charred stitches when I had it cooked after four hours Whats the matter asked my husband looking up at my tear stained face as he probed and sawed and got tangled up in the basting Im sure I dont know I said and broke down completely I basted it well I managed to blurt out between sobs Hasted it said my husband Well I should say you lid and wjien I quieted down lie told me what basting meant T laughed too but it was horrible nevertheless THROWN FROM TORN BALLOON Huh AeroimiitV Awful Fail from Ilia Almliip AVhllt uu A ceut in China Mr Stanley Spencer wlio steered his airship over the city of London last Sept ember has had many startling adventures sonic of which London M A P describes Mr Spencer made his first balloon ascent when he was 14 When he began to make parachute descents he went all over the world In Cuba he received a gold medal and had the doubtful pleasure of reading his own obituary prematurely pub lishedIt in China that he produced the greatest impression on the natives The results were so serious in fact that the mandarins ordered him to move on The people were so by his descents that in they took to hurling themselves off the rooftops with disastrous At Canton he fell into the river three times and was ignominiously fished out by Chinese women armed with boat hooks nut such incidents are details to an aeronaut Mr Spencer considers that he has had only onereal accidentin the course of his whole adventurous and dangerous career That occurred at HongKong and time story of it sounds incredible In the prepar ation for a parachute descent one of his Chinese assistants held on to his rope too long with the result that a great rent was torn in the balloon Rather than disappoint the crowd Mr Spencer determined to trust to his luck and gave the order to let go The balloon shot up time hot air gas was not to be had pouring from time tim sure The aneroid soon marked COO feet and the parachutist was begin ning to get ready for the drop when the balloon suddenly collapsed and after a vain endeavor to loosen the parachute he fell like a stone During the whole of that fall he was conscious and felt no fear only a dim wonder as to when he would strike Twice he turned completely over and then crashed on to rocky cliffs 150 feet above the sea level Some sailors who were among the spectators rushed to pick up his remains and found him not only alive but conscious Are you hurt they asked with the men deeply moved Only carried away a mainstay boys was the cheery response and then the aeronaut fainted He had broken his thighbone but thatand some bruises were his only injuries That one could fall 450 rocks and live sounds incredible but the lies in the fact that the aeronaut struck the sloping side of the cliff and slid down to the bottom and HI Humor Once upon a time an old maid went to Cupid and chided him You have forgotten me she said And then lowering her voice she continued Remember that my for tieth birthday is next month I will expect a present from you You shall have it answered Cu pid When the birthday came a pack age from the little god came with it and it was found to contain one of Cupids wornout last generation bowsThe woman threw it angrily to the floor Mpral There are bows and beaux N Y Herald I Tine fur that- I ambitious lookedsimple hug EUJ excited emulation results fatuityof feeton explanation CupId I meant Making a i dlevtt 3E Uory Cuttle of tiianilnrultr Venal I eiuy W- Vt giKiiaiiUe every Imillu of Cham i rlaiiis Oni li itameriy unl will id imifuy outyoH wim is not iiiritd usttij Uuj of the contents Thus Is the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to talcc It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia For sale by all Druggist 1m Its ten to one whieii side wins in football elevens It has a high calling the church bell Croup The peculiar cough which indicates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children iSo time should be lust in the treatment of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlains Cough IJemcdy Du not waste valuable time in with untried remedies but no matter how highly they may be IC commended but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear Fur sale by all Druggist lm Thin brewer sometimes lays it to his Wife when trouble is brewing bad taste in the mouth take a few doses of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to cure For sale by all Druggist lm Is the school of oratory a speak easy TIe contortionist might justly be accused of leading a double life Rev Cluirllsle 1 I Miirtin L I 1 Waverly Texas writes Of a morning when first rising I often had a troublesome collection of phlegm wljich produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge but a small quaniti of Ballards Horehound Syrup will at 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 most cordially it to all persons needing a for throat or lung troubles Price 25e 50c 100 bottle at E E MeRoberts drug store lm The merrygoround manfacturess wares are done to a turn Simple Cease to be simple if at all prolonged The safest way is to put them aside at the very begining JJallards Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause of colds 25c and bottle at It E Mcllyberts druggist lm It takes good work to make first class vinegar Host TJniiiiKiit on Karth Henry DBaldwin Supt City Water Works Sbullburg 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 i5c 50o and bottleat It E ilcliob erts drug store lm The piccolo player is usally required to pick a high part If Unwell Try a 50o bottle of Ilerbinc notice the improvement speedily ellected in your Appetite Energy Strength and Vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedom from Indiges Lion and Debility Issac Story Ava SIo writes Sept 10th 1900 1 was in bad health 1 had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr J W Jlory pre scribed Ueibine it cured me in two weeks I cannot recommend it too highly it will do all you claim for it Sold byRE MeRobeits druggist man isnt always hungry when he toasts his shins POSTED The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law- S F Emory Price Bros Ed N B Price George heard Dave Thompson WS Ferguson Henry Cox J JI Orand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Jlahan Mrs N R A Beazley Clay Sutton Win Lear Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Ptoht Gulley Mrs JIIansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas E Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending Dec loth 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 IHelllck Embroidery- I amno v prepared to give lessons in Mount MellicR Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue I have a nice assortment of jardl niers which will be sold cheap I keep constantly on hand a full line of crockery at prices that cannot be equaled Mrs Singleton Lexington sreet n4M Irr refund t I For a recommend medicine Cold Horehound 50c 100 until 100 warn- Ing prosecute BAnd rson T L Lroaddus al mom Jim I iS experimenting lam- A 03 MjiiCike iJiiiis s KUVT ir r 73r rCt cnnt Ii secured until the liver eretc Jib to make the inteslmes execute their natural functions thinat ttt tt ural agitation caused by cathartics IglJ compels continual and Increasing doses p attain the results acts en the liver curs Chills u and Fever and every form of Malarial Biicus Remitting and Inter and by going to the seat of the 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 Ve do want to if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home than The or LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS OB ONE WAY SETTLERS RATES ARE STILL OFFERED BY THE The Worlds Fair Line Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up and including April 21St 1903 TJs RatesGEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Genl 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