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AJ RECORD THIRTEENTH SEAS LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 1903 THE C xv rsas4c This is aL f t Come to us for Harness Collars Breeching TraceChains and all kind ot Plow See the REX bug gies Surries and Roadwagons J DR Straight TiDl t 0 HASEtDEN R Gear i JABEAZLEYGO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 Y Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums f of and upward THE LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region scription Price 5 a Year it la especially devoted to the Interests ol the Democratic party and gives all the without fear or favor W P Editor Pror Lexington Ky t tt O 0 Q 500 ij I t z tt i i 00000- Q 0- j i r news Walton 41 I FOIL LANCASTERS WELPAHE Local Business Men Get Together Stick their Shins Under the tal Board and Talk It Over Friday evening a meeting of the business men of Lancaster was held at the Mason Hotel which was large ly attended and greatly enjoyed A delightful dinner was served by Mr and Mrs Simpson consisting of many courses of delightfully prepared food and all the delicacies of the season Mrs Simpson was highly on the meal She gives her person al attention to the cusine of the ho tel which insures it to be The object of the meeting was to dis cuss the business interests of the town and many timely talks were made This plan should be kept up as it brings the merchants in closer touch and drives away that petty jealousy which sometimes arises be tween country merchants carrying the same lines of goods What we need in Lancaster is a pullalltogether for the towns advancement We will never progress if some are inclined to kick over the traces because every thing Is not exactly as they think it should be We have the best people on Gods footstool right here in Lan caster and if they will only stand up for one another trade with home peo pie and patronize home institutions we will soon have the best town on the map There is absolutely no rea son for sending your money away when you can get what you want here Keep your money where you will get another chance at it When you put your money in a letter kiss it good bye for you will never see it again nor will any other Lancaster man ever lay hands on it If the Friday nights meeting is repeated and the gather ings become a permanent feature you can bet your bottomdollar that trade will pick up the town will improve and all be much happier and have a fatter pocket book Let the good wook continue Rev Mr Chumbley is conducting a revival at Ilarlan Court Prof Crooks of Danville will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing no service at night The cartoon of Messrs Hughes and Harris in issue of The Record created much fun It was drawn by our good friend Clay Sutton whose excellent work has attracted much Elsewhere in this issue of The Rcc ord will be found an advertisement of the sale of the fine farm o the late Col A J Rice one of the most desi rable places in Garrard county The date is Thursday Feb 26th J R Haselden the hustling lard ware man has a very attractive sign in the shape of electric lights form ing the word Buggies over his store It throws a light all over the Public Square and his enterprise has been highly complimented Colored School As stated last issue the colored school will close this week with at court house this Thursday Friday evening at 745 oclock Louis Leavell has taught a very successfull term and given general satisfaction If you want to education of the colord race snow by attending the exercises and thus help them de fray expense of building school house Special portion of the house reserved for peo ple In Time of Peace Prepare For War Smallpox is raging in twothirds of the state and is uncomfortably close to Garrard if you please We have been very fortunate so far and the authorities should take every to prevent the appearance of the disease One case in town would com pletely paralyze business and a keen weather eye should be kept peeled so that no one can bring it into the A stitch in time saves making a whole suit of clothes these days Meeting Closes Bro Barnes closed his meetings at Court House Sunday night Large crowds have heard him and his ser mons given the closest attention lie is going to preach in every county in the state proclaiming his warning to all men that the end of the world is near at hand and advising that they be ready for the flnal judgment Mr Barnes has many friends in Lancaster who glad to see him again and who are delighted to know that he en joys good health He went to Monday Looked Like City Saturday when the fire alarm was sounded Mr J A Beazley who charge of the engine Called to the driver of of the workhouse and in less than a jiffy the team was hitched to the engine and the in a gallop to the fire The was covered with and it looked very much like a city fire The horses as hard as the whip could urge them and the at the fire before those on foot got there Crit Evans a dar key drove the team It would be a good to take team on the street and bitch tothe engine as a do no good at a after helping to pull the ponderous engine as much as Next time boys take anybodys horses you see complimented firstclass House I last and Prof it a new the one mere arrived r Fps attention exercises encourage white precaution county were Winchester has wagons going machine department ran engine idea any man can fire one square t Yxtwkc e The final orders for sidewalk ar printed in this issue There will ne preaching at school house Sunday afternoon at230 Rev J M Bruce will preach at Buck eye the 2nd Sunday in February and the Saturday before Please make due allowance for of matter in this issue Our old Capt White remains ill and are short of help Fox the photographer was busy all day Friday If you work go to the studio in the morning so you may be sure of being waited on v For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf This office is having a splendid run on job work We have given this class of work our special attention for more than eight years and can come pretty near pleasing the most fastidious The Ladies Aid Society will have an exchange at the post once Saturday afternoon when all kinds produce will be sold at a very low price Oflice at Home I have fitted up an ollice at my home on Danville street where I will be glad to do dental work for my old customers and all new ones who want class work T J Hood DD S tf The residence of City Attorney Bright Swinebroad caught fire from a spark Saturday and but for timely work of neighbors would have been consumed The dammagc amounted to about ten dollars Confederate Souvenir Mr T J Hatcher has in his possess ion a number of copies of a little book bearing the above title which was published in 1802 It contains des cription and date of all the battles names of prominent confederates and other valuable information lie will sell them at a low price and if you want a valuable keepsake get one Died In Shelbrvllle The remains of Mrs Lou Brown were brought here from Shelbyville Saturday and interred in Sunday morning after services con ducted by Rev A R Moore at the res idence of W A Arnold She was a daughter of Mr Wat Adams deceased and had many relatives in this county She leaves three children who reside in Shelbyville Dont Reef If your neighbor is prosperous let him prosper Dont growl grunt or grumble Say a good word for him and let him go at that Dont be a kicker Your turn will come No one is a whole show If you see the town is moving along rapidly feel good about it Help things along Show a little push Try to get some of the benefit yourself Dont stand around like a chilly cadaver and waste your time feeling sore because some fellow has more sense and success than you have Do a little hustling yourself and if you can say a good word for your town or its people say it like a prince Look To Your Interest On Thursday and Friday Feb 12th and 13th an EXPERIENCED TAIL OR from the wellknown Merchant Tailoring firm Kahn Bros of will be with me when he will have on display one of the largest se lections of Woolens for Spring and Summer Suitings ever shown in this place and 1 kindly ask my patrons and the public generally to call and see these goods as this is strictly a MER CHANT TAILORING HOUSE who put up suits to your individual meas ure exactly like John Shea and P A Marks did in days gone by Now if you want a strictly Merchant Talored suit do not fail to come and see him on the above datesVery truly yours 2 t J C Hemphill many Friends Here Editor E W Lillard says in his DanvilleNews Yesterday county court day in Lancaster and the editor of the News found it possible to grat ifv the long sought pleasure of a visit to that beautiful and energetic little city famed as the birth place of states men and the residence of beautiful women and hospitable gentlemen A large number of people were in attend the court and we were afforded the opportunity of meeting with many friends of our former days Ifis grat Using to know when a man has left a place of abode that be has left no we to be put on our oath we do not believe we could think of one in old Garrard who would not wish us well and a Gods speed in whatsoever clime we tc pitch our tents have deserved worse from them but such are the good people of Garrard that they never desert a friendship formed so long as a mans motives are honest The News hap friend by the scores in the state of Garrard and could appreciate ou r hearty welcome and the expressions of good fellowship more we and lack standby we kept want I ofcountry first Fire Louisville was anceat one mlesand Wemay t t Boards this cemetery Ilas were chose once none e bias r urf NO VOTE TO KE TAKEN Judge ford lt fii e to Order on the Saloon Qutvtion The Law Will Not Permit The origin of the petition for the o f saloons in Garrard county was primarily enterprisad by the Frank Fehr Brewing Co of This is the account given by an attorney to whom the typewritten form of the petition came from said company also desiring to retain his services which offer he refused This statement as to the origin of the for saloons was made to of the city who unitedly waited on gentlemen of the bar of ascertain if their professional servi could be retained for legal points involved With a few exceptions each member of the bar as far as seen vol unteered counsel against saloons The petitions were filed with Judge Ford as stated in last issue by Cary Mullins a colored man of this city All of the city at request of the W O T U promptly united their services on the following Sunday night The mass meeting was addressed by Mrs Frances Beauchamp state president of the W C T U An after conference was held and campaign against the sa loon petition was decided upon with hearty and enthusiastic accord Law of election relied on by was to secure twentyfive of legal voters of the West Park and Court House precincts This law fairly complied made it mandatory to the Judge of the County Court to or der the election in such precints Judge Fords court was continued in session from 29 Jan Jo Feb 2 to give due consideration to the issue involv ed The W C T U the ministers of the city also prominent laity of the city without reference to prosecuted their compaign with energy Toil of the womanhood of Garrard county in this endeavor was notable in record Inclement weath er bad roads delicate health did not stop them Signatures to the peti Lion as to validity was thoroghly inter rogated b y them and their c o workers in all portions of territory affected Judge Fords court Monday 2nd one week from time campaign opened to decide case on facts presented by both parties Court calld for counsel to re present saloon petitioners None ap peared Messrs Williams Tomlinson Swinebroad Hays Walker Robinson appeared as attor neys for the Antisaloon party Af ter careful consideration Judge Ford decided against the validity and le gality of the petition Judge Fords course was marked by judicial capa city with strictest conformity to law and facts and was highly commended by all present to the issue Good feel ing generally prevailed on all sides A large element of tile petition was represented by colored people many however claiming that they did not sign them All who signed under mistaken or hasty notion of its full im port white or black and who after ward petitioned removal of their names from the petition were highly commended by the AntiSaloon leaders for the courtesy and candor with which Mrs Geo Patterson effectively and earnestly voiced the thanks of the W C T U and temperance people of Garrard to the Garrard County Bar and the ministers of the city for their able and appreciated service The of Messrs Williams and Hern don before the Court as representa tives of the Bar Counsel for Antiloon people were highly commended for forcible presentation And so it came to pass that the manhood and womanhood of Garrard County preferred Home Rule rather than government by a big brewery at the mouth of Beargrass The Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church will give a unique en tertainment at the hospitable home of RevJ E Wolford on the afternoon and evening of Feb 14 tagsButOr you will be fined the usual some Of the program that is to To the dear people of my native cflun ty I return loving thanks for the kindly courtesy with which they at tended the series of gospel meetings held in the court house last week and for the generous contributions that covered all deficits and made me easy in current finances I expected less from Old Garrard my expectations more than real ized May God bless the kind hearts and generous hands that have helped make my mission in Kentucky a pleas ant one Friends pray for me With true love and gratitude yours BAUNES Jersey cow fresh splendid milker It Phone 22 P S C E of Christian church will give a home talent show on 27th of Feb A pretty girl remembered the Re cord force with a box of delightful fruit cake nuts etc this week Theres some few pleasures In being a newspaper man Lost or stolen Large white bird dog Liver colored and spots oyer eyes Disappeared Jan 29th Ans versto name of Jack Reward returning R L David8oa Vote reestablishment Louisville minIs- ters Lancaster- to ces ministers petitions percent denomination Hern- don theyacted A Card were BIO For Sate R L Elkln TheY pol f icii rff t l 1 I petition convened tissue argument come nothing and the ears v g r 0 ATTEND OUR CLEARANCE SUE Suits Overcoats H T c A Two MANUfACTUHS COST LOGAN i We are under obligations to our good feicnd Dr E H Pearce for some val uable assistance this week While every man woman and child in town knows how to run a newspaper yet getting someone to tackle the job is a difficult task Narrow Escape Many Lancaster friends regret to learn that Eld Geo Gowen formerly pastor of the local Christian church was badly burned by a fire in his ap partment in Louisville last week He also lost his library which was one of the finest in the state He had a nar row escape from a horrible death Appreciates Our Labor Such words as the following from a subscriber make ye editor feel good all over Its seldom indeed that a man receives a kind word they all go the other way I want to commend your paper The ads are all neatly and uniformly arranged and typographically the whole sheet Is a thing of beauty It is the spirit of im provement that I like to see The Re cord is clean and neat Long mayyou wave Good Cheap Books Adolph and 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 cost Call at JJosephs store and see them Theyre going rapidly tf newspaper COUNTY JUDGE A D FOBD His knockout blow to the whisky pe titions will prevent woolpulling times in Lancaster AU honor to you Judge Easter Entertainment The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an Easter baar and Aprif llth Easter eggs a tf I Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RBCORD oftce I exchanger I specialty Great Clearance Continues of Wraps Dry GoodsWinter Fors VNaERWEAR 290 forCloik tint ware 385 for Cloaks that were 600 435 for Cloaks that were 700 585 for Cloaks that were 850 635 for Cloaks that were 1000 750 for Cloaks that were 1200 985 for Cloaks that were 1500 50 0 FUR SCARFS100 for Fur Scarfs that were 200 150 for Fur Scarfs that wee 300 225 for Fur Scarfs that were 400 275 for Fur Scarfs that were 500 500 for Fur Scarfs that were 1000 0 WALKING IISKIRTS100 Skirts that were 175 225 for Skirts that were 350 Skirts that were 550 398 for Skirts that were 660 450 for Skirts that were 750 600 for Skirts that were 850 I 850 for for LOGAN BUY GOODS CO IIS IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THEBEST I1 It 1 r- r Ftt OLD BI EORY WAGONS I Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it Iin We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES PHOTONS HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c ROMANSIftlELMORE m B Ii iii Iii II III m iii m m 1 II CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the POle Office in Lancaster Kyat SecondClan Nail Matter Lancaster Ky Feb 6 MARKSBURY David Swope bought of James Speaks 10 shoats at 5 cents Charles Durham sold to James Dor ton a good horse for Aldridge sold a fat shoat to Wm Parks at 5 cts per Ib J W Homer of Danville was here last week tuning pianos Simon Joseph a peddler passed through here selling goods last week Miss Rose Aldridge spent a few days last week with Mrs Taylor Burdette at Bryantsville Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bry antsville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charles Burdett Misses Georgia Dunn and Bettie Royston have returned from a visit to friends at Paint Lick Mesdames Bell Perkins and Edd Perkins and little son were guests last Thursday of Mrs Fred Kemper at Lan casterMesdames J C Boner and Robert Humphreys and little daughter Mar garet of Boyle were in this vicinity last Thursday The members of the Fork church met last Thursday at the parsonage and sent quite a nice box to the Louis ville Orphan Home They also their pastor and wife a nice sickoline comfort PREACHERSYILLE Mrs Sutton is numbered among the sick this week W K Sutton has rented Mrs Bigsbys place and moved to same bought some nice hogs last week in Rockcastle at 5c Geo A Brown bought 40 acres of land of W D Folkner for 1100 cash Chas Spoonamore is feeding a bunch of nice cattle tot W B Bennett Mrs Hose Hutchins is visiting her fa ther Rev Philip Foley in Madison Co McCarley Brown bought about 30 nice hogs 1n this neighborhood at 5Jc D M Anderson and John Rigsby some hogs of J M Cress for 5ic Silas has bought the Lock ey place on the Stanford pike at 2 500 cash Mrs Bettie Bigsby had a sale on the 3rd and will go to Missouri to itrelativesMrs who has been vis sting her sister Mrs at Burgin has returned home Born to the J M Bell a fine boy Mr Walter are B D Holtzclaw our hustling grain dealer says he handle 200 worth of stuff per day for forty days during toe last two months 1903 SOT N J P Ballard purchased A v wife Warrenand little pleasant presented N1 Archer of wife BRYANTS VIELE Mrs E H Ballard is much improved Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn were in Lex ington last week Dr W M Elliott bought a horse of Clay Dunn for 30 Marshal Hughes of Danville visited relatives here last week Mr Wm Baugbman sold his farm to Cyrus 50 per acre J W Moore sold his crop of hemp to Banks Hudson for 5 straight Miss Ella Montgomery of MtHebron is visiting friends here this week B K Swope sold to Glass Bros 125 or 150 tons of clover hay at 7 per ton Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin has been the guest of her sister Mrs Sad lerMr Flenner of Wilmore has been the guest of Mrs Armstrong for sever aldaysMrs Elliott and children visited relatives at Paint Lick from Friday to Monday Misses3Emma Munday and Lulie Combs of Wilmore visited their aunt Mrs Glass Mr and Mrs H C Sparks of Nicholas Homer Combs of Wil more were the guests of W L Glass SundayOn the sad news of death of Edwin S Ford I feel at liberty to say that the people of this place are greatly shocked and grieved over the occurrence Our older citizens remem her Mr and Mrs Dan Ford the father and mother of Ed Ford as Bry ants villas most honored We deply spmpathize with the griefstrick en family The Country Weekly The Somerset Daily sews after a brief struggle for existence has sus pended publication This is only an other chapter added to the history of country newspapers getting too large for their pantaloons The good old weekly chronicling the happenings of the town the different neighborhoods and the adjacent counties is the thing we believe will be always the thing for county seats comparatively small population The home weekly cannot be displaced at best it make but a modest income for Its but it CAN make it and that is more than semiweeklies and small towns cando Ev en the semiweeklies like Cincinnati and Louisville have seen the error of their ways and returned to weeklies No city paper no matter how good the rural mall service or the general may be displace the country weeklies for the people want to know what their neighbors and friends are doing how all the folks Are at home whos got new house horse cow or city papers can tell them that Cynthiana Democrat The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying Cham berlains Pain Balm It is antiseptic and quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all Druggists 1 m ville and Mr citizens and publisher a babyand the never Eason for Will among 4 can trl weeklies dailies In news can Cemetery Work to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders and thus be A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed firltclass Pat ronize home people and wtre lidtravelers expeusei garrari te Marble I anything Tb Works B2 jf Jt j iJit t f tn t1lrttr ti J 5 Those desiring now sure jour agents e R VlibiI l x Sb a 7 X 4 A VliIl A veijhi was recently taken from a near Bunkie La in a very re markable manner It that a raft of lugs had been floated down the stream to a saw mill One of these logs a large one with a hollow center placed on the mill and sawed open in the middle was found to have held the big fish a captive Investigation revealed the tact that the saw had gone squarely through the fish from head to taU di viding it precisely in halves While sporting in its native element this specimen of the finny tribe had evidently pushed into the hollow log in search of food and become fastened its fins getting caught in the soft wood thus rendering itself incapable of making the movements for its dislodgement When discovered there was every evi dence to show that it was alive when the log placed in position for the saw That this streak of remarkable good luck was properly appreciated was shown by the fact that the mill was at once shutdown the entire crew consisting of seven men giving themselves the preparation of the feast so strangely placed at their disposal For three days there was merrymaking and good cheer but on the fourth at noon the owner of the mill who was among the revelers suddenly started up from the table and cried out that te had got a fish bone fastened crosswise in his throat This distressing circumstance put an abrupt termination to the festivities It proved to be a melancholy finale to what must otherwise have been re garded as a delightful and unique suc cession of festive carousals At last accounts physicians had not been abel to remove the offending bone and the unfortunate man red in the face and very humpshouldered was striding about in a ridiculous fashion cough ing and making seeming at tempts now and then to take big bites out of an imaginary apple You cantt always tell just how a fishfry is going to wind up c y ill th one Ius there through necessary upto r cat eighty watercourse seems certain when carriage superb was strangely CIRCUIT CLERK WILLIE HAMILTON In this issue of The Record will be found Mr Hamiltons announcement for reelection He is a fine officer and deserves recognition from his party A Mothers Recommendation no hesitancy in saying it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family 1 have words to express my confi dente in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by all Druggists Pemberton Bros of Elizabethtown recently sold to Abraham Bros of Montgomery Ala five fancy horses at fancy prices ono pair of bays Jbring ing 650 The best physic Once tried and you will always ue Chamberlains Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathartic in use For sale by all Druggists- J R Kimble of Hardin county last week sold to Hudson Bros of a pair of mules of which weighed 1450 pounds the other 1500 Mysterious Circumstance One pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good dl gestion and head off constipation Try Just so it Is a wedding trip a wom an isnt prrticular as to the route Nearly His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it all doctors and all rem edies But Bucklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup tions and Piles 25c at vim Every time two girls kiss each other in pub E c ped An Awful Fire Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told had nothing could be done I given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings ling lam now on the road to recov owe all to Dr Kings New DS coyery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung deseases by R 12 McRoberts Druggest Price 506 WOO Trial bottle im a woman has to tell the wore she wants to tell it CoughRemedyhave 1 m saysWilliam thebestwas withhealth McRobertsDruggist M Roberts Drug Store induced Sr tee leIIB t o not Louisville one Forfeits defied mel Consumption for me was cry and The x x e E MANAGING MILK COWS Mach of Dairyman Succcs lth Stock Dcpcmln on Careful Regular Milking I wish to give you a few hints on milking cows The farm hand who knows how to milk properly is more valuable to the careful dairyman than help To milk a cow re quires time and patience The milk should be drawn slowly and steadily Some cows have very tender teats and if you want a cow be gentle in your treatment toward her as she is naturally impatient and does not like rough handling With constant irritation she will fail in quantity of milk As the udder be comes filled with milk she is anxious to be relieved of its contents and will seldom offer resistcnce without a cause When a patient cow becomes fractious we can always trace it to the milker Note this We should not allow them to stand a long time waiting to be milked When cows give a large quantity of milk it is very painful when the udder has filled to the utmost therefore causing them to become very nervous and restless To delay milking at the proper time will do more to a cow to go dry before her period than anything else She should also be milked to the last drop if pos sible for the last portion of milk is said to be the richest Still another point There are many ways of con ducting a dairy Among these are Wholesome food such bran cottonseed meal Always be careful to keep the cows well salted pro tected from bad weather giving kind handling careful milling regular feeding clean stabling good ventila tion and plenty of pure water In some sections we have what is called bitter weed which cows are fond of causing the milk to become so ihtich affected that it is hardly fit for use I find that by giving the cow shun two tablespoonfuls of sugar at each meal for two or three days the milk is entirely relieved of the bitter Midland Farmer SIMPLE CHEESE PRESS It Can Be Made at Home at a Trifling Coat and Will Be Found Very Useful Here is a sketch of a cheese press that we have found to be very use ful to us and hope that your read ers will profit by it it can be made at a trifling cost The uprights are 2x4 inch scantling four or five feet long with pieces of the fastened to the bottom for bases 30 inches from the floor stout cleats are ImBed firmly to the uprights upon which rests a twoinch plank which serves His any well disposed aswheat tasteBarnums Co- De a the other cause same t FARM CHEESE PRESS as a table upon this plank is a cheese hoop with a cheese inside to be pressed above this is a stout strip 2x4 with ends resting in mor tises cut in the uprights this strip should be five or six feet in length under it in the center is a block which rests upon a round follower the exact size of the cheese to be pressed The power ig furnished by the eccentrics or arms which are merely levers with unequal circular ends these work on a bolt which pierces the circle near the top to the ends of the arms fasten strings which are tied to the side of the table to maintain the pressure When the cheese is placed in the hoop the follower and block adjusted by pul ling down on the eccentrics a pres sure of any required degree is upon the cheese Both the board and strip being elastic the pressure is maintained as long as Harper in Epi tomist The Coloring of Since butterine is sold under natural color the makers of winter butter have found the lack of color in their product somewhat to its sale or imagine they have so found Some are advocating coloring all the butter to resemble June butter and thus distinguish it from butterine This is a point of not much value as some might suppose There is not the same rea son for coloring butter uniformly as there was to color butterine to re semble butter Yellow butterine was sold for butter White butterine is not sold for butter and is not likely to be Even the whitest of butter does not look like butterine We do pot attach much importance the question of coloring butter and be lieve less color used better Farmers Review Dairy Utenilla To Clean tin utensils properly rinse them in lukewarm water Never the milk adhering to the vessel to dry as it is hard to it then Scrub the vessels in hot water with some cleaning material such as soda or soap added to it in dean hot water and finally expose utensils to live steam if possible or put into boiling water for a some what longer time If vessels are treated to live steam they will dry quicker After washing remove to a place where the atmosphere is pure and which is exposed to sunshine Robert Weidig in Farm and Home Farm In Dismal Swamp A group of Ohio capitalists as the Virginia Land and Lumber company has purchased 10 000 acres of land in Dismal Swamp from Wallace company They have made complete plans to clear up and drain the land expecting to sell it to settlers from Ohio They already constructed a large lumber mill and employing a hun hands in turning out great Cities of lumber Houses are already being built and prosperous farms will exist where now there are only tangled swamps land is exceedingly fertile applied requiredJacob detrimental so th allow remove incorporated quaIl l1y oi rf ti t Ratter- Sit the Cleaning rinse the have are fired soon The ETREATJUGGISBS BY Tot P aOHGAV Every night just before retiring old Jug ger leaned the ladder up against the house and placed a gallon pail of salt on a chair in his bedroom These preparations were for the of enabling Juggcr to get the bulge upon the fire fiend at his nest visit Every now and then for the chimney had a habit of burning out and as the roof often caught fire these events were the occasion of much excitement Jugger had grown tired of reducing him self to the verge of emotional insanity in indulging in hysterics and in seeking the ladder that seemed to have concealed itself just when it was most needed Usually by the time he had over the house and lot colliding with all the furniture in the former and all the trees shrubs posts and clotheslines in the latter the fire hall burned out orbeen extinguished by the neighbors and his wife had cried her self into the first cousin of a fit Then the ladder would be lund serene and untrou bled in the place where it always reposed and the salt would grin at him from the bar rel in the pantry Hut now Jugger could retire to his couch happy in the thought that with the salt at hand and the ladder leaning against the emergencyFor the Jugger household Then the chimney went on the rampage again It was near midnight when Mrs Juggcr awoke her spouse by her energetic jab in the ribs and the thrilling announcement that she smelt smoke The fire could be heard roaring in the and Jugger was sure that a conflagra tion would speedily ensue if he did not hasten to scene of the danger accom panied by the salt so he sprung out of bed and fell forward on his face almost executing a dado on the floor with his nose Till of late Jugger had never worn a robe denuit but had passed down the years so to speak nightshirtless and neglected Mrs Jugger remedied this awful state of affairs by presenting her husband upon his last birthday not long ago with a brand new nightshirt five feet and three inches long forgetting that by all laws of precedent Joggers lead ought to stick out of the top of the garment Upon rising in the abrupt fashion before mentioned Jugger forgetting the superflu ous length of the robe stepped on the front of it down on his face as stated with a force that nearly drove his nasal protruberance bail out of sight in his coun tenanceSpringing to his feet and pulling his nose out to where it belonged he grabbed the salt and started toward the door This time when the long robe tripped Jug gar it sent him headlong against the wall with a force that almost shortened up his neck When he finally escaped from the house it was by holding up the extraneous length of the garment Out of doors and around the house he rushed cracking his shins with the sharp corners of the salt pail at every other jump As he came in sight of the flames streaming like a flume of lire out of the chimney top his excitement caused him to drop the robe for an instant lie recognized his mistake when he found himself crawling out of the embraces of Mrs Joggers rare and thorny Mexican cacti which were highly successful as ornaments but made a very poor couch Jugger really ought to have possessed third hand to assist him while he the ladder and his life and the salt and his nightshirt lie was not like the dilatory gentleman of chestnut lore who in addition to his right and left hands was provided with a little behind hand He would have surmounted the steep roof with ease and less loss of cuticle if each of his hands and all of the feet he possessed and the halfdozen more that he needed had been armed with long sharp claws capable of being socked into the shingles After Mr lugger had succeeded in climb ing up the steep roof at about the of speed as that of the arithmetical frog that in climbing out of the well ascended two feet every day and fell back three feet every night the neighbors were astounded at the vision that appeared on the ridge pole They saw by the light of the chim neys torch a figure that looked like a large cat in a long gown crawling along the apex of the roof Just Jugger raised the in order to pour the salt down the chimney his toe holds slipped at one side Instead of going down the chimney the salt was poured down the roof a white and gritty cascade A mo ment later Jugger followed it There was a frantic clutching and clawing and a wild yell that nearly put out the fire and the human toboggan went sliding down the salty and splintery surface of the shin glesThe frantic manner in which a drowning man is supposed to clutch at straws would not have been a circumstance to the en thusiastic and unreserved manner in which Jugger endeavored to plant his claws upon or into something that would stay his prog ress His efforts were useless Down he went at a rate that made the salt sandpaper oft the splinters that would otherwise have from his person and given him the appearance of a human pincushion Had it not been for the presence and kind of fices of the salt Juggers condition would have been a much more deplorable one for while a man with splinters sticking out all over him like pinfeathers very use ful as a human scratcher he certainly can not be considered as ornamental An Adon is stuck full of splinters must pull down his sign and no man likes to think that his chances of winning in a beauty competition have gone where prohibition prohibits and henceforth he can aspire to nothing better than being an animated toothpickholder- Just as Jugger went over the edgeof the roof the tail of his robe caught sturdy For a moment he hung like a large white bat There was the sound title that which ensues when the friendship of years is rent in twain from to bot torn The sturdy clamp having got its full share of the garment Jugger dropped with a wail of anguish into the very heart Joggers other cactus bed Then the fire went out leaving scratched and splintery wreck of humanity wrapped in the clinging embrace of the cacti from Mexico There is a large void waiting to be filled by an invention that will lift a suffererout of a cactus bed without raking all the thorns the extent of his person until he is scratched clear from here Now Jogger questions all visitors to learn ifanybody has ever established a precedent by on his head to sleep so that none of the scratches or slivers will be turbedJugger will not wear his birthday present my more He does not consider that a shirt with all of the southwest torn out is exactly to his stile of beauty Good Literature The Special Crop Idea The need of adapting special to special localities and of the fitness of the soil for their successful culture is becoming daily more and evident For instance the soil and climatic conditions the vicinity of Dorr Allegan county in southwestern Michigan such that 100 acres of land are devoted to the raising of cucumbers forpickling puf Fifty cents a bushel Is the pre wailing price this season The stor ago rooms are of sufficient capacity to store u i purpose chimneytryi chargedall tookone quickstep andcame pailof exceedingly heldonto muchmore deep as protruded own of Mrs f di crops determining O v Joz a months chimney same rate over maybe to yonder quarter suited r more are bushels NEW YEAR Has come and your account is due Please call promptly and pay it It is expensive to send a col lector to you REiMOBEliTS Druggist We are now in 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 Prescription Department is under charge of an expert pharmacist You will save money by bringing your prescriptions to us g North side Public Square CK K S O S O SO S O S O O SO3 O J f THE andunpleasant OW00000 O 000000 0 8 i Our New Location 0o 0 0- o o o 0 2 2 0 0 Frisbie sDrug Store k OOO OOOOOJOOOOOOOOOOOOOCQ 0 0 U o 0 0 o0 0 0 0 0o Our 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 s JOGOJOOOOOOOrjO Nothing has ever equalled it I Nothing can ever surpass it Ora King9 New n f sacFor ox tied OLIN avraiPTro-xcuany Price sac ta A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free w L Turnpike Notice The individual stockholders of the Dix River and Lancaster Turnpike Road Company are entitled to ufnrth er prorata of 207 two and seven one hundredth dollars per share on their stock in said road which is a linal distribution All shareholders will present their certifi cates of stuck on or February 2 lJ03 to the undersigned and receive their prorata Done by order of the Board of Directors Jany 2i 1003- JXO MlLLKK President and Treasurer of the Dix llivcrandLan caster Turnpike Road Co I I I after I W POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in Meal Gsata Flour Hominy Corn Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Fisld Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville st HMMMM HMHHMMH f CHILLED PLOWS Phi 1ijI f11m jl iiI FLOUR I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I t t t t t t tit t t t t t tt t Vulcan aFl4l i 1 9 t a T B WALKER SON Clover Timothy and a Carload of Oats just received Ii 11111 n nn I II lite In 111111 II II H IJU I II I I nl II 14 u HU 1 l x k K r 1A Get our New Year I STOVES Ii SEE OUR J fli Hemp Scales Wagon Harness 1- I Plow Harness Buggy Harness I Saddles Etc I OLIVER PLOWS I I KF POSTLE EJ Y0 1f Ji r 0 eEF lB 0x 7I I rn PRICESON rn Q i r isvf I l D QttQ Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Art In Miss Louise Farris visited Richmond Frida Miss Margaret Tomlinson is in visiting relatives of vis ited his mother here Sunday Mrs Welch of Stanford was here a few days to attend Barnes meeting Mrs R C Warren and son Ashby of Stanford have been visiting relatives here Mrs Yeager and children left Sunday to join her husband in the West Mesdames U D Simpson and A R Moore were in Danville Tuesday shop pingMrs Sam Haselden is in Nicholas ville visiting ner parents Mr and Mrs DuncanMrs Kemper and children will leave Tuesday to join her husband in OklahomaMrs Falconer and daughter Miss Pearl of Danville were visitors of Mr Joe Falconer and wife Mrs Jennie Bishop Eastman of Columbus Ohio is the guest of Mrs W II Kinnaird Danville avenue Mrs Banks Hudson and baby have returned from Lexington accompanied by her mother Mrs Kennedy Mr Alex Denny and daughter Miss Katie Lee attended the CooperPear son wedding at IIarrodsburg Mrs M D Hughes has returned from Louisville accompanied by her daugh ter Mrs Percy Noland and children Quite a crowd attended the Temp erance discourse delivered by Dr Pearce at Hubble Sunday afternoon Mrs Ellie Bottis and family have moved from Lexington and are occu pying their home Miss Christine Bradley has returned from a visit to several places of interest in Florida Miss Francis Fogg after a visit to Miss Mary Burnside has returned to her home in Frankfort The business men of this city gave a very enjoyable banquet Friday eve ning at the Mason Hotel O M Crenshaw of Louisville has taken charge of the prescription de partment in Frisbies drug store Bring your Side Meat Best prices paid for same You will find I handle the From 12cts to 35cs per pound I also keep a complete line of 6roceriesTry the Keystone Geleton Al so our line of Candies as we handle the best Call and see us Will be delighted to show goods Lexington Kirk Kirby Fred delightful and t see H M I Lay renceburg Shoulder Meat TOME BEST COFFEE w BALLOUIf4Y r Mrs W P Robinson E C Traylor and wife were guests of Mrs W M Zanone last weak Mr A R Denny Mrs Mattie MrCabel Denny and wife the CooperPearson wedding and receptionMrs Kemper entertained at dinner Thursday Mesdames Belle Edwin Perkins Fred Yeager and Crit Eubanks Rev II N Falconer from ITillsboro Monday and returned yes terday morning his wife and baby ac companing him Mrs J C Ilemphill gave an enjoyable progressive flinch party Tftesday honor of her sister Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Miss Mary Landram Burnside very charmingly Thursday eve ning in honor of her guest Miss Fogg of Frankfort A very delightful flinch party was given Friday evening by Miss Sallie Ross The refreshments served were elegant and the guests spent a very pleasant evening A club was organized by a number of young ladies und young married ladies Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Cabell Denny The club will be entertained today by Mrs Fred Frisbie when the members will select a name The following invitations have been issuedMrs James Edward Wolfordx at hometo SocietyFriday 2 to 5 Mr Solon Henry Misses Annie and Florence Harris left Tuesday for El Dorado Ark Duncan attended Perkins afternoon entertained Austin arrived Francis COUNTY ASSESSOR Tnos AUTSIN The legion of friends of this clever gentleman are delighted to learn that he is rapidly recovering from his re cent accident His leg was broken by a horse faying with him I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and invigoruter for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our fam Sly Try them Only Soc guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1 m Valentine display at Thompsons We in the market for wheat oat hay and etc Give call 123tf v Potts Bros Lancaster also Satisfaction Corn uSa are are sa The place to get Job Work I 7 0 t- y 2s 14f w Lancaster Ky Jan 5 1903 Stated meeting of Council Present R Kinnaird Mayor J A Beaz ley E J Joseph WmHern S cilmen introduced and read at a meeting Deer 15 1902 ng certain property owners to build and repair sidewalks in front of The said ordinances been adopted and passed they shall be come effective forthwith after their publication and service thereof on the various property owners The service will be made by a copy thereof attested by the Clerk and served by the Marshal and an copy of said ordinances by mail to their post office address Said are as follows The street committee having reported to the City Council that there is needed in the City of Lancaster certain new sidewalks and the re pairing of some on certain streets as is shown by said report which was received and approved by the Council Therefore be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancas ter that there be built and constructed in tile City of Lancaster the fol lowing new brick sidewalks On the East side of Lexington street in front of and along tire property of B Mason beginning at Hamiltons steps and ending at G S Greenleafs line and in front of and along the property of G S Greenleal beginning at W B Masons line and ending at the crossing on Water street Also on the East side of Campbell street in front of and along the property of Walter Easbns heirs begin nitfg at the SouthEast corner of Richmond and Campell streets and ending at the line of the property of Mary E Colliers heirs and in front of and along the property of Marv E Colliers heirs beginning at the line of the property of Walter Easons heirs and ending at Mary Cunninghams line And in front of and along the property of Mary Cunningham beginning at the line oi MaryE Colliers heirs and ending at the line of Seymore Hoppers heirs and in front of and along the property of Seymore Hoppers Heirs beginning at Mary Cunninghams line and ending at the crossing on Buford Street and in front of and along the property of J T Williams and Bessie Shugars beginning at the crossing on Buford Street and ending at the line of Seymore heirs and in front of and along the property of Seymore Hop pers heirs beginning at J T Williams line and ending at Bartons grocery store also on the South side of Danville street in front of and along the property of G S Greenleaf beginning at Arnolds line and ending at the brick pavement infront of said property Also on the North side of Water Street in front of and along the property ot R E McRoberts beginning at Duncan line and ending at Alice H Frisbies line And in front of and alongthe property of Alice H Frisbie be ginning at R E McRoberts line and ending at Ansil George line And in front of and along the property of Ausil George beginning at Alice H Frisbies line and ending at the line of the Presbyterian and in front of and along the property of the Trustees of the Presbyterian Church beginning at Ansil George line and ending at J Thompson line And in front of and along the property of M E Borders beginning at the brick pavement in front of property and ending at the crossing on Paulding Street Also that there be constructed and built on the South side of Danville Streetthe following new Plank sidewalk towit In front of and along the prop erty of A R Moore beginning at W H Kinuiards line and ending at Arnolds line and in front of and along the property of E W Smith at Arnolds line and ending at the line of the property ofJames Bettis Heirs And in front of and along the property of James Bettis heirs towit Ellen Bettis Pearle Bettis Lizzie Bettis Mattie Bettis and Lottie Arnold beginuig at E W Smiths line and ending at O W and K Shugars line and in front of and along the property of OW Shugars and W K Shugars line beginning at the line of the property of Joules Bettis heirs and ending at J H and Mary D Wards line And in front of and along the property of J H Ward and Mary D Ward beginning at O W Shugars line and ending at Amelia Pumph reys line and in front of and along the property of Amelia Pumphery Beginning at Mary D and J H Wards line and ending at Kate B Swinebroads line front of and along the property ot Kate B Swinebroad beginning at Pumphrey line and ending at Scotts line And that the inside of the plank walks in front of the property from Arnolds to Puuiphreys shall be built on a line with the inside of Arnolds pavement and the east corner of Pumphreys lot Also that the plank walk in front ofand along the property of M E Borders on Water Street be repaired Also that there be built a new driveway in front of and along the property of J C Thompson Trustee on er street being the drive way in to said property Except and that in front of and along each and all of the property where sidewalks are herein ordered if and where there is a driveway or into such property then at suchplaces instead of the sidewalk as herein provided there shall be built and constructed driveway or cross ing into such property All of the above mentioned brick sidewalks and drive way or crossing provided for and ordered in this ordiance shall be six feet wide and shall in all respects be built and constructed in conformity with and according to the specifercations as set forth in the ordinances of the City of Lancaster governing the constructions such improvements and being the same provided in article XII said ordiance adopted July 7th 1902 Except the grade of the side walk in front ol and along the property of W B Mason and G S Greenleaf on east side of Lexington street shall be on a straight level grade from the foot of Hamiltons steps and the crossing on Water Street All of the above mentioned plank sidewalks provided for ordered in this ordinance shall be six feet and of oak plank six inches wide and i inches thick the plank when laid on three oak runner 3 inches by six inches the runner to be one in the center of walk and the other two six inches from the out side edge of the plank the runners to be well spliced one to another and to be well braceevery 10 feet The runners shall be laid on rock so they shall be least 2 inches from the ground The walk shall be laid as near level as possible taking into consideration the natural pitch and grade of the land and where there is a depression in the land or drain to be runner shall be placed on pillars or post so as to maintain the grade the walk as near level as possible The plank shall be firmly nailed to the top of the runners and all the lumber used to be of first class material well seasoned wherever by reason of a depression in the land said walks are more than 2 feet above the ground then in places said walk shall be provided with balustrader at least feet of sufficient strength to properly protect pedestrians There shall be no pitch from the to out side of said walks but same shall be level It appearing from the report of the street committee and from the this day passed for the construction of sidewalks on Dan vine Street fences of Smith James Bettis heirs O WW K Shugars and J H and Mary D Ward are upon the right of way of the City and it is necessary for said fences to be moved back on aline for the proper construction of said walks Smith James Bettis heirs OW andWK Shugars and J H andMary D Ward on the South side of Danville Street in Lancasterand same are hereby ordered taken up and removed sand placed walk ordered constructed along said property be placed on a line said Arnolds pavement A copy Attest W B MASON Clerk City Council Lancaster Ky Bring us your Job Work w We give it personal attention No slipshod work sent out f 7 V Sorrow don J RobinsonJ C HcmphiIlcoun- The ordinance in regard to street building and fon ler timeOnmotionpartiesordi- nances V Hoppers Parsonage saId beginning V Vat provided crossing of of and at crossed of such high o Fi W Lancaster lottowith itt f f ur lcesoarerlgtj ft PEa improvement havingbeen r and in North the that the the y7k 4S e a y bon to Items of Local Merest Flinch game at Thompsons Two gold fish and glass globe 35 cts at Thompsons Valentines In great variety Fine vat entics 5c to L50 each Comic by the 1000 at Thompsons l30tf Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater 12M Plain sewing and heavy skirts Mr Mary E Harlan Mrs R A McGrath Jr Marksbury tf Foil SALE Thoroughbred register ed Berkshire Boar one year old 24th day of October 1002 solid black with white points magnificent individual Gentry stock weight 230 IDS J M Rothwell 16tf 50 plain gold and set rings just received price from 200 to 100 Tompson the Jeweler Hamilton House Having fitted up my house for board ers and the traveling public will try to please every one Call and be i Hamilton jlC2m Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just recieved at Thompson Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we expect to maintain Insist on your Merchant supplying you with our goods We are here to see that you get them 123tf Try Some of Our Flour Put up in sack Each sack is made of fine towling goods and is worth twice the of flour de ducted for same Insist on your mer chant supplying you with same We have them in stock Potts Bros The best is nod to good Call for Potts lour 123tf Last Notice All property on which town tax has not been paid by Feb 10 will be for sale This is positively the last call and if your property is sold it will put you considerably more expense S D Rothwell M C L Nice Property For Sale 1 offer the following property for sale privately The property owned by my deceased husband Dr T C Arm strong at Bryantsville consisting of a twostory frame house containing six rooms acottage coal house stables buggy house and all necessary outbuildings under good repair together with two acres of land It is a good location for a phy sician and a good doctors office is on the premises The property will be sold at a reasonable price on easy terms Address Mrs TC Armstrong Bryantsville Ky j23tf For Exchange Will exchange my farm of 88 acres lying in the oil fields for a farm in Garrard 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 atten tion in the oil world Parties desir ing to trade will please bescribe their land and state what improvements are on it My 80 to 1GO acres is all in one body Address Jno A Gibson Hollinsworth Ky tf Machinery for Sale One of the most uptodate thresh ing rigs In the country Practically good as new Consists of 10 h p Russell traction engine and separator selffeeder windstacker tank and pump hose complete Also good log wagon just made and good spring wag on O W Potts Flour and Feed Store To friends and Patrons owing to the de lay experienced in supplying our in the past caused by bad weather and bad roads We have de tided to open up a flour and feed store in the block no 108 opposite J C jewelry store Phone No 100 we will carry a full stock of high grade milling pro ducts at all times and will be enabled to make prompt delivery we respect Sully solicit a continuance of a good share of the patronage of the citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County which we have heretofore enjoyed and endeavor to merit in the future Very Respectfully 12M Potts Bros I want to buy 150 bbls of good sound corn and car load Of No 1 timothy hay W H Kinnaird Jan 23 3t HEMP SEED FOR SALE I alimited amount of strict ly No i cultivated Hemp Seed of a late importation For prices terms apply to Banks Hudson 26301 Lancaster Ky Circuit Clerk We are authorized to J W HamU ton s a candidate for oltee Circuit Cqut teOw Mtkm of the Dementto perty convinced forservants t25tf Lancaster Notice our customers Stormes Thompson Ill nomination till t amount advertised where have bud Per announce fee Clarke the Gerrard w YOU DONT HAVE TO GO WEST But ifyou are thinking of donig so keep before you the fact that the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway is mak tng Low RoundTrip HomeSeekers and OneWay Settlers Rate TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Also Low Colonist Rates to California Montana Idaho Washington Oregon British Columba and other Facifc and North Pacific Coast Points- L J IRWIN ASK US FOR RATES General Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE 3- t i iii ss c R Aetna QueenPalatine r National HartfordConneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna Co fifHarlforlCoi KINNAIRDINSURANCE Representin FolloW Companies Life Ins 1 The lox Studio Ve use ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS and guarantee A PERFECT LIKENESS We are in LJlir R EVERY FRIDAY The Fox Studio Trains Leave Lancaster NoIO bid M No21 1040 A M PX j No22 210 Noii8 6 P M 0 Time in etfect Nov t6 r For Richmond Winchester Lexlng ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Iaris Carlisle COY Cincinnati etcIngton uuuu For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etc UuuUUuFor Richmond and intermediate eta tions uUuuuuFor Stanford and way stations Trains run except Sunday Above Is stations 8 BEAZLEYw DENTISTOffice over Dr Kinnairdsonno Presbyterian church Danville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money tc loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Lancaster Lodge site No104 FAMStated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally in vited to sit with us R KINNAIRD Louis LANDRJLM Secretary Master Free Coal T H Lee mad Learel 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 Leaved The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN B STORMES Vice Prtst S C DENNY Cashier BT Embry Bookkeeper Saml D Cechran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jab R Stormes W H Kinnaird LEWIS Y LKAVBLIi President J S BOBINBOX Vice Pre 1883 Tfee 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS itMt B F HUDSON Cashier W O Blowsy Asat Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Easiness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Y Leavell J S Boblnson RT Nucleon TMArnold 2 2 Z493 o 2 2 J F Robinson ASst Cashr o 2 5 Lewis 00000000000000 000000000000000m0OOt O 0 0 DIRE YrOBS ORGANIZED LJWalker FAVORITE FSR WEAKWMMEN Suppose this was your ad vertisement way dorm tefe in this if Tbfl seen corner v K3GCOOC 3030SCX30POOCOQ Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription wins the confidence of women b because of its superior curative Jliere is no test which can be applied to this great medicine for weak and sick o women which does not increase the esteem in which it is a safe and sure remedy for womanly ills No wonder that Fa vorite Prescription has a large number of friends among suf g fering women 2 Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries g 1 ooooorcoo OCIOOog pII tfh r g g ffiiu ul L V hlitiJ g U 11 8 held as tt I t 4 coe weakening drains heals and ulceration and cures female weakness It is a tonic and nervine for weak nervous rundown women I do not believe writes Mrs C B Lind President of the Womans Club Milwaukee 126 Seventh St Milwaukee Dr P for female troubles and results could help but it to be one finest remedies on the market today Have tried it myself several times the three years and have found it very satisfactory a worn out system A friend who is a it and it unstinttd praise as a highly concentrated inflammation superior residing- at any honest physician who Prescription observe acknowledge chemist cur wouid i1v sunerior CHARITY 1 Corinthians 13 Chapter Though I with angels tongue should speak And be most lowly just and meek And have such faith that I could make The hugest mountains move and quake And have not charity alas I am become as sounding brass litiiThough I in mysteries be learned And give my body to be burned And all my goods to feed the poor i And trials patiently endure i And not In charity abound i i I am but as cymbals sound Charity suffereth kind Of teachable and humble mind Vaunts not envieth not Behaveth seemly doubteth naught Is not puffed up seeks not her own Not soon provoked offendeth none Beareth belleveth hopeth all Endureth and shall fall Knowledge may vanish tongues may cease But charity shall still And of faith hope and charity Ever be the greatest of the three iA Li Boura In Detroit Free Press WHY I AM NOT AN AGNOSTIC A Believer Give Heauona for Faith He HmcShom How Un i reasonable ABnoatlclmm I am not an agnostic writes Judson Kempton in the Chicago Standard be cause I believe that God can be known by the human mind I do not believe in the unknown God I believe that God is such a being that the pure in heart may see Him and the seeking soul may find Him and may afterwards say I know Him in whom I have The agnostic would not agree with this He would say There may be a God but we do not know Him and cannot know Him and it is not reasonable to suppose thatwe can know anything about Him I be lieve that it is reasonable to suppose that we can know Him and that as a matter of fact men have known God and held communication with Him and talked with Hun as friend talks with friend Let us first look at the reasonable ness of this and then matter of fact We have admitted that thereis a God And that God is an orderly be ing a law giver an artist a mathe matician a mind because He made a snowflake and sent it down on my sidewalk for me to shovel off The must have had a cause I make a wooden snow shovel I am the cause the shovel is the effect But what is my cause Thatgreat mind Either immediately at my birth or mediately ages ago back there in the sea slime of evolution God made me or started going theevolutionary machinery which causedime it makes little difference which so far as this argument goes God is the great first cause The effect cannot be greater than the cause A man how ever is something more than a snow flake a work of art a beautiful con struction That is some men are But all the attributes that are found in man at his best must be found in his maker Therefore God must be some thing mote than a mathematician and longIS ItselfIt never believed atJhe effect Who made me Increase- S the Is There is no alcohol in Favorite Prescription free from cocaine and other narcotics It is well a highly concentrated herbal remedy having superior curative properties Sick women especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Of Ptoro Plemmmat iw WM laxative fur rfrfMte wmmtn noative properties Your has a number of Mends suffering women I have yet to hear one speak disparagingly of its merits and it is entirely described- as correspondence fie flee nie1idne an architect and a draughtsman in white lines I love God must be a lover I hate God must be a hater I know the difference between good and evil God must be a moral being I am at liberty to choose between right and wrong God must be a free bound up in no chains of panthe ism I have a will of my own God must have a will which He wishes me to do in earth as it is in Heaven I have personality God must be a personal ity I have the power of communicat ing my will and my thought and my love to those whom I wish around me God must have the power of His will and His thought and His love to those whom lie wishes In other words it is reasonable to think that God is knowable It is reasonable to think that God can make Himself known to me if lie wishes to do so The onlyquestion that remains then is is it reasonable to suppose that God would wish to do this Is this not the key to the situation Can we not say this God if lie is tIle infinite being the Creator of tile universe must be will have a care over all His works And if He is a God of love as He must be if there is love in the He will wish to communicate His thought and His will and Ills love to all His creatures who are capable of comprehending and doing and the good true the beautiful Now man is capable of this He is so far superior to all other creatures that he lives as in a different world He has a mind capable of meditation on the things that are true the things that are pure the things that are the things that are lovely the things that are of good report He has the thoughts that wander through eternity He thrills with noble pur pose and glows with high resolve He grieves for sin and sighs for holiness He lifts his forehead to the sun Like a God he is capable of self sacrifice and deeds of heroism Man is capable of loving God Listen to this As the hart panteth after the water brooks So panteth my soul after Thee 0 God My soul thirsteth for God for the living God When shall I come and appear before God Did ever lover write a more pas sionate letter than that love song to God If therefore this satisfies us that man is capable of loving God of thinking His thoughts of doing His will and if our former argument is sound it follows that it is reasonable to think that God wishes to make Him self known to men and we cannot be agnostics because agnosticism is to us In this our reasoning supportedby such masses of evidence and matters of fact that we could not begin to so much as look into them For alt through the ages from the day of Enoch who walked with God by faith to the days of Abraham who was called the friend of God from the days of Abraham to the days of David who said I love the Lord because He hath heard my voice and my from the days of David to the year that King TJzziah died when Isa iah saw the Lord high and lifted up and His train filled the temple and the voices cried saying Holy Holy Holy is the Lord of Hosts the earth is full of His glory from the day of Isaiah to the last days of the Apostle John who said Truly our fellowship is with the Fatherand with communicating J I universe loving tIe honest I I supplication minds Unreasonable The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astringent washes lotions salves tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of pot to make it boil these give temporary Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for itperspiration and the poisonous acids and producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus CATARRH thebronchial arethrownmach 01 which is absorbed into the blood and the circulation reaches rypartof the theStomach Kidneys and otherparts of the When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red I ev doesnotmucous membranes become healthy and the plan active all the disagreeable disap and a thorough cure is effected pureblood nea vegetable blood not derange the Stomath and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under effects us about and get the best medical Bdvke free Book on skin diseases sent on application TVft SWIFT PKCiriC CO A l m G4 S S So u er oes tonic Write f l t 0 JI its case T S 2I i Ills tinn Jesus Christ to the day of Augustine who prayed Lord Thou hast made us for Thyself and our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee to the day of Luther who in prayer that I may be for it even to the present time there have been countless thousands great and little whohave testified that they knew God and received from Him guidance and consolation Some of these I knew One was my own mother And when her testimony and theirs accorded with my could not be an agnostic LIES ABOUT MISSIONARIES Outrageous Charges Circulated I mu Part of the World Not Sup With the hackneyed objections to missionaries writes Francis II Nich ols in the Atlantic I have nothing to do they are as cruel and unjust as they are untruthful All of the so called looting for which Peking mis sionaries have been denounced by men on this side of the world never en riched an individual missionary or his mission by so much as a single tael foreign merchants were plundering and helping themselves to everything on which they could lay their hands during the chaotic days that followed loot more as the only means of providing food for the hundreds of charge that missionaries are as a rule men of little education andbf less than average ability who are enabled by their calling to live in China amid a luxury of surroundings that would be impossible for them in any occupation at home In wretched little Chinese houses in the towns of Shansi and Shensi that are visited by about one white man in every two years I have had the honor of dining with mission aries who were graduates of universi ties who could have filled any pulpit or who could have graced any in New York or London Of all the missionaries with whom I came in contact in the interior I did not find one who was not both brave and honorable or who would not will ingly have given his life in the cause of the Christianity in which he be lieved The faults of missionaries are all of the head not of the heart CHOICE EXTRACTS The tongue of scandal is harmless until it finds a listening ear United PresbyterianSelfdenial and selfgovernment are necessary to the friendship both of God and Walker Generally speaking we let what is most original and best in us be wasted We reserve ourselves for a future which never comes Amiel Learn to commend thy daily acts to God so shall the dry everyday duties of common life be steps to Heaven and lift thy heart thither Edward B PuseyIt a strange but inflexible spiritual law that those who aim at anything short of the best according to their conception as God has given them light will sooner or later come to grief It is merely a matter of time Charles H Brent Real growth in character comes as so many of the gifts of God come by the way In doing what we be lieve to be Gods will for us many things lie in the straight line of that fidelity Every unselfish act makes un selfishness more W FooteHurried results are worse than none We must force nothing but be par takers of the divine patience If there is one thing evident in the worlds history it is that God hasteth not All haste implies weakness Time is as cheap as space and matter George Macdonald What We Can Give One of the bravest things in the world is to give to others out of ones deepest poverty whatever thatmay be cheer out of sorrow hope out of dis appointment help out of weariness courage out of defeat the precious mite out of the slender store It is a brave thing to do this and yet not often an unrewarded thing We do not know that the recording angel keeps any special account of such heroic be nevolences but surely they do not es cape the loving cognizance of God Wellspring Great as Men What Christ sought was to make men great great as men created in the image of God with broad concep tions of the meaning of life with holy idtuls JKev Dr Raymond His Pear You have not taken the medicine C left asks the physician with some anger I declare such actions as that simply make me lose my pa hence Well doctor meekly smiled the Buffering one I was afraid if I con tinued to take your medicine you would lose another of your patients Realizing that the case was hope less the physician left the house saying that even an operation would be of no avail Baltimore American An IntptMMlbllltjr Augustus who has been looking at comic should hate to be a public character doncherknow Miss Flash and have all the funny papers printing things about me that would lower me in the estimation of my ac quaintancesMiss Really Augustus dont think the funny papers could possibly print anything that would make any one who knows you think less of you FitBits Curiosity Appeased The angular passenger stuck her head out through the car window Why asked the man on the station platform did you speak just now of that singular looking machine as Because maam replied the man oh the platform its a snatcher And she took her head ia again Chicago Trlbwae I I I perform reasonI by the Pacts legations surprising I uponthem I assemblage manGeorge b st possibleH a paperI she mall oJ I strengthened purled Had I I S Just an a Precaution The old gentleman played a mighty menu trick on me remarked tlie young hopeful What was it Well you know Ive always car an old watch that no pawnbrok even lookout and father promised me a new one for my birth day Well Well he gave it to me but he had my name engraved on the case Chicago Post Unreasonable The hotel lounger went to the and drew a glassful of water Here he exclaimed looking with horrified eyes at something in the glass What kind of water do you keep on tap anyhow Whats the matter with it asked the hotel clerk Theres a thing swimming around in it that looks like a lizard Well demanded the clerk what did you expect with a free drink Tribune Time to Intrude Mother Is Mr liissem in the yet Little What are they doing They are sitting a good ways apart and talking but sister has taken off her Elizabeth ruff Very well Ill go down at once N Y Weekly Nice Person o Take On The Heiress bitterly Of course everybody knows you married me for my money Her Husband Well I cant see that that shows very wonderful discern ment No one would be fool enough to imagine I weddedygu for your looks Ally Sloper All by Itself It was the first time that four yearold Willie had ever seen a snake and as it writhed and squirmed along lIe ran into tilt house to tell of his discovery Oh he exclaimed conic lucre quick Heres a tail wagging with out any Free Press The Court Sniggered on sir relate the words used by the defendant in the libel you complain of Plaintiff He said he defied me to find a bigger liar and thief than I was did you reply Plaintiff I told him I should go to my solicitor Ally Sloper The Only Test Blinkers Talking about aged theres a woman in my town who says she is 110 years old Winkers Does she remember with George Washington- No Then shes a fraud N Y Weekly Counterfeit All Around They say her husbands title is bogusWell if so its only another case of the eternal fitness of things Her father made his money in the but terine business Chicago Record herald From the Next Novel Percy was intoxicated by tIle perfume which enveloped her and all her belongings the faint essence of gasoline proving she had an auto mobile and was indeed to tile manor Y Herald Their View Twlxt realist and poet The difference we ken One likes to see the sun set The other one the hen N Y Times WEALTH TO GNAW tried faucet AlligatorsChicago parlor SonYes mammal dogDetroit CounselGo CounselAndwhat people dancing subtle bornN First Id like to be dat ladys dog Second Pup Why First heard a man say that shes got a million bones Chicago American The Latest from Limerick There once was a man from Nantucket Who his cash in a bucket But bits daughter named Nan Ran away with a man And as for the bucket Nantucket Princeton Tiger Cobwigger llow do you rate and rank your society women in Chi cago Lakeside By the amount of they are receiving Judge Dad and Polly The most disgusting thing alive is a man who flirts thats one who Topics Not Wholly Abandoned Yes said the old Georgia farmer its true that Jims in the legisla tur buttheFes hope fer liinj yitl Atlanta Constitution Lucky Escape Ulinn You you saw old Bore leigh yesterday did he see you Flinn No I had my rabbits fool with me Town TOpics Not Going t Be Slighted Ah what a clever man your hUB band Is said Mrs Oldcastle It was very lovely of him to tell me that I was not growing old but merely gradually undergoing the transfer mation that is necessary to make an angel of a beautiful women I gave him a Roland for his Oliver Did Josiah give you an Oliver her hostess exclaimed make him give me one the minute he conies home from the office t wonder if he got it from one of them friends of his that was here yesterday from Denver CbJcaflfo PupGee PupI keptall The Standard alimony one BettyYes soexcept wontTown sa Still Ill RsgnrdIIaruIL So it t Western Goiniuissioficrtj Kllt of lard j GvKttAiE CIRCUIT ComcT By virtue of a judgement of th iendbrcii at it November C rni liiOzJ III tJSc ahoy stytuil c c i vili on TIIUUSDAY 28 1JOS publicly on the premises in Uurrar county Kentucky between the hours oflOoO oclock a m and 1 oclock p in sell to the highest and best bid ders the following described property ill Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of Dix river described and bounded as follows towit Tract No 1 Beginning at West end or i lint rock thence S 132 poles to a sugar and ash lIkes Corner below the Fills of Clear Creek with its meanders N 25 V t8 poles N 5 W 38 poles N 59 W Hi poles to the mouth of a branch in all 44 poles to a buckeye on said branch thence S 40 W 163 poles a hickory and sugar 19 E 20 poles to an ash S 43 W 110 poles to a white oak thence N 10 30 poles to an ash tree on the river thence down the same with its mean ders N 50 E 40 poles N 2o 32 poles N 18 W 40 poles N 35 W 24 poles N 42 W 20 poles to a cedar and white oik thence IN 30 E 47 poles to a white oak formerly Coplands corner thence N 22 poles to a hickory E 02 poles to a lo cust thence N 5 E J30 joles a white otk formerly Davis line thence E 04 poles to a rock in the road thence poles to a rock near a branch thence S 65 E 134 poles to the beginning eon taining 218 acres and 1 rood Less S acres and 1 rood been sold from this boundary Tract No 2 Is bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner to Byers and Rice N Sit W 20 poles to a stake near the end of a stone fence thence W 88 GO poles to a stone to Rice thence S 14 W 53 20 poles to a stone thence S 74f E 133 20 poles to a stone curlier to Byers thence his 0772 poles to the begin ning 44 acres 3 roods 30 polesTract No 3 Beginning at a white oak on top of the dills S 47 W 05 poles to a stake on top of said cliff thence S 80 V 28 poles to a stake on the bank Dix River near a sycamore thence N 53 poles to a stake in the edge of the river thence N 2 1 72 poles to a spring bank of the river thence leaving the river a division line be tween Catron and Price N 31 E 35 poles to a stake corner to Price and Catron in the former line between Davis and Rice thence S 74J E 133 OS poles to a stake in said line corner to Byers mud Catron thence the division line betWeen Byers and Catron S i E 5430 poles to a stake in the line run ning from the beginning corner to till reverse of the course which is N 80 W 070 poles to the beginning containing SO acres 2 roods 0 poles more or less In making said sale said tract No 1 containing 210 shall be oflercd as follows1st portion supposed to con tain from one hundred to one hundred and fifteen acres to be suryeyed oil the southwest part of said tract Said portion being situated alongside of and adjoinidg the lands of A J Rice Jr Then residue of the 210 acre tract which will contain the dvyellinyhouse and improvements The said two tracts Nos 2 and 3 which contain respectively acres 3 roods and 30 poles and 80 acres 2 roods and 0 poles shall be offered for sale in one making said body contain 25 acres 2 roods and 2 poles Then all three of said tracts to wit Tract No 1 containing 210 acres and tract No 2 44 acres 3 roods 30 poles and 80 acres 2 roods and 0 poles will be offered as a whole and the bids producing the greatest amounts will be accepted TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months bonds with good will be required of the purchas er for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent1 interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds Ire not paid at maturity A lieu will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JNO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Two Moaning IT When first I kissed sweet Marguerite I When first I kissed sweet Marguerite She blushed rose ret j And said JLastMargueriteSheBut sweetly said You mustnt stop i Utica Observer i DIDXT WANT VAUIETV I I GUI ran laCUit t r e c W W SiJO N iU Et corner line N H toY W and he security u r 2 t 1RB treeS Ill I j Johnson Will you have another drink Johnstein No Ill take the same N Y Sun Dlvlnlon The trust has a peculiar way Thats very far from funny A lot of men do all the work A few get all the money Washington Star Ration for a Draft Hpr e According to the best authorities the draft horse should have two pounds of food daily for each 100 pounds of live weight A draft animal should be fed 32 pounds of food of which at least 10 to 18 pounds should be grain the grain component depending on the severity of tjie labor performed For light work oats with a little corn are with an increase of vorJc the amount of corn should increase as this carbonaceous food supplies heat and force Of late years cracked grain and hay run through a feel cutter is a favorite feed This can be mixed and fed in the grain box It is also the opinion of the best farm ers that the noon meal should be comparatively light Where horses are subjected to very severe labor the grain should be ground and the hay moistened i TIf iflU 1 I 1GOO p und excellent l i ilil i t I Tour account Is past MUST have Jhat you owe me DgtTfillet due arid I- H ja1li Notice To Creditors All persons having clninis against the estate of C II Jenkins assigned will please present them properly vcrifiid to my attorney m Huriiilon ut taiicnster or mya lf nt Mm lus Garniril county Ky 12 U JNO A WOOD Assignee A M BOURNE AUCTIONEEROffers ces to the people of this terirory I Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CKNTUAIT RKCOIID ollice or address me at Lancaster Still In The Ring We have moved our shop to the room above Thomp sons jewelry store on Danville street where we have the Hair cutting Shaving Shampooing done in the very best manner We have been here many years and by doing the best work hope to be here many more HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber Auctioneer I ffer my services to those need log work in this line Satisfac tion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leade at Record ollice or address me ut Buena Vista Ky Best Bro ShOl in Kentucky Give us a call KINGWT orders JQJA aijriudf 1UTE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Timein elct Julyla IBW Lv Louisville 600pm lixtfsttl 845im S 13 Winchester 11 37 9 ISpm 8 5S MtSterJiiis l2S uni 943pm 92o- ArWashlliKtoil SSOnin 3 pl Ililladelphlrt 707pt 1115am 9 Ospi LvJfewYork 7 a 1hiUdelphln 10 Oai 2 Wp MtSterliiis 740it Winchester 7 05a ArLexiugtoii 7 4i a ArLouisville lOSOa Trains run to nnd from New York DAILY Other trains run lilly except Sunday For slet cur reservations or write or telephone GEOWBAKKEYDrA LEXINGTON KY Queen Crescent Time Card TrAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH HOUND Number 1 dully no stop 1115 am Number 31 Miciuit On Flnsr 11 29 pm Number Dally 1107 nm Number Daily except Sunday pm NORTH EOEND Number stops when tliifrsceil 415 pm Number Daily hoes Not Stop Number 6 Daily Stop 150 pm Number 10 I Daily except uU um Number 4 does not stop nt Danville but doss stop nt Junction City at 4 1 am tU Spices Baking Iowder and Extracts for the la gest Importing house III the U S Liberal commission to agents and large inducements to customers Good income to any one who will siend a few hours a day Address A E WALESBY ADVERTISING AGENCY Columbia Bldg Hh Main Louisville Ky It NOTICE- All persons having claims against the estate of Isaac Bauglunan deceas ed will present same properly verified and proven to me or my attorney GB Swinebroad nil persons knowing indebted to said estate will please settle at once J A Beazlcy Admr Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat digests thefood and aids Nature in strengthening and recon the digestive or gans It is the latest ant tonic Ho other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgla and all other results of imperfect digestion Large size contains 2VS times smallsize Prepared by E C 0 W1TT Chicago O O T III G1Opm alll 05pm Ivv Z O NJ STATIONS Ig I r 4luiI 3olmS eapni 755 Sunday N ANT themselves 4t Itil 1 Cpslamailed1ree co STATIONS SaOum hale 550pm ain 550 sIll iMjm 7 alpui Ipm 550am 2 12pm Mpun 22mm 2 5iSpau TOOanu Agents to sell Teas Coffee 1 PriceSOc and The Markets LOUISVILLE KY Fob 4 1 Pit CATTLE Clioleu to prime shipping steers 1 r0 4 75 Medium to Rood shipping steers 1 2i4 50 Choice hotelier steers 4 CO 4 S3 Medium to good butcher 3 Ash 3 75 Common to medium butchers 3 Of 3 25 to choice feeders 3 iutjf 4 10 Common to medlnm feeders 3 2j 3 75 Good to extra stock steers 3 2j 3 85 Common to medium stock steers 2 23 3 00 stock lieifera 3 avf icdlum stock heifers 3 WX Plain lisht mixed stockers 2 Medium to good bulls 2 2 3 CO Choice veal calves 5 75 fi 25 Common to medium calves 4 75 5 CO HOGS Choice packing anti butchers 00 toSOOlbj 685 Medium lacker IfiO lbs G f5 Choice light ship 120 to HO lbs 6 35 Choice pigs W to ISO Ibs 1 10 5 50- Houghs 150 to aOOllw 5 25 6 10 SIIKCIAXD LAMBS to extra skipping sheup 3 25 3 50 alrtogood 2 r0 3 CO Common to incxliuiii 1 75 2 25 Hucks I 0 j 2 23 Extra shipping lumbs 5 5 5 75 Best butcher lambs 5 00 Common tailend lambs 3 50 4 00 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 M N 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky HT L GAN Agent Kentucky Ff You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Arg Going East You Are Going West PUUCKASZ TICKETS VIA THC JOUI3VIUC NASHVILLe R R Asia SO SC Tie Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Hates The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting tishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law- S V Embry Price Bros Ed N II Price George Leavell Dave Thompson V S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens V M Mrs N BAndcrson It A Beazley Clay Sutton Win Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly R M Gulley Mrs JIIansbury V st Mrs P M Parra J White- L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton IlemphjllWalden NewOrleans Mobile feD 1824 1903 One Fare Round Trip ROUTE Tickets on sale Feb 17 to 23 inclusive returning until Feb 23 inclusive Ask ticket Agents about extentlon or write T Swift P T A Lexington Good Good to choice 3 50 Common to 3 25 2 s hooi Good LAUr DRY 5 I L ncaster h a PSTEDwarn- ing MARDI GRAS J I VIA UnN RU ENTL G toSS 5 pigs SOlo itlibs 2 wor- kS W IF F 8 i ci