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RECORD LANCASTER KY FHIDAY FEBRUARY 13 1903 I Ji THE CENTRAL YEAll zrUIO4G t r 3 r t kwt r t- z r- j J Y l- r T3IIBTEENTII r r hiS s a r Come to us for Harness Collars Breeching TraceChainsand Plow Gear See the REX bug gies Surries and Roadwagons J t Straillt WEN 18 Tip f iI 4 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 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward THE LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Satocriftiei Price 5 a Tear to the Interests of the Democratic and gives all the news without fear or favor W Editor Pror t It 1t v ir r y1 y i 000000000000000000Q Q 0Q Q 00000 f l s t w a r W Apecialiy devoted f party P Walton r nton MT fUJLItem IritersJ The butcher hops now close on Sunday Well theres no use to beef about The skating rink is affording much pleasure to large crowds Patronize the boys College Endowment John D Rockefeller agreed to give 25000 to the endowment of Georgetown Baptist College if the College will raise 75000 more within a year Prize Poultry The Louisville Poultryshow was one tf the biggest things of the kind ever seen over 1800 fowls being on exhibi tion Our townsman R L Elkin a number of prizes with his great black Minorcas ne Right Step The City Council has ordered an arc light placed at the depot as suggested by The Record and passengers can reach the station with some degree of safety We have a splendid Council and they work for the public good The Loyal Temperance Legion will hold a Pound Party in the Lecture room of the Christian church next Friday afternoon at 330 oclock All members and children wishing to be come members are invited to attend Another High Ilrldgc The surveying of the proposed route between Lexington and Richmond for the electric railroad was finished last week and work will begin in the early spring provided the Fiscal Court the franchise The bridge over the Kentucky river at Clays Ferry as planned will be 35 feet above the which will make it one of the highest bridges in the world Will Itauk First Last year Garrard ranked second as a hemp producing county A local dealer who knows what he is talking about told us yesterday that he be lieved Garrard would rank first this year as the crop as a rule was first class all over the county and much more was raised than lust year Gar rard has the best soil in the state but for shes tho best county in the state Y M C A There is a probability of the of a branch of the Young Mens Christian Association in this city at an early date Substantial men are at the head of it and we believe the undertaking will be carried to a end Messrs K F PostleEd Gaines J E Stormes and others are attending the state meeting in Lex ington today and will gather in all necessary information This is a movement which should be encourag ed by all good people You Get to Sleep If you go to Louisville leave home 826 p m go to Stanford and stop at the St Asaph hotel where you will be given room and clean bed You can by a special arrangement Messrs Hardin Farris have be allowed sleep until the Louisville train comes no matter how late it is The other night we got the benefit of nearly two hours additional sleep by this arrange ment Thats what we call up tothe minute hotel management A Good Show Capt W H Harris troupe of minstrels gave a splendid performance at the court house Monday evening This show is given by local colored boys each of whom would do credit to the professional The singing and dancing was especially good Capt Harris is an allround show man and one of this offices best customers He is an upright honest colored manwho goes about his work in a manner that commands the respect of all both white and colored Scarcity of Cars The local hemp buyers are having no end of trouble getting cars to ship in and the outlook for relief is not promising As the hemp is East it requires foreign cars and the Eastern roads being almost blockaded by Immense shipmentsof freighttheir cars seldom get this far west Busi ness on all the railroads is larger ever known and many of them are compelled to refuse to receive any thing but perishable goods Lancas ter buyers are receiving hemp right along however but most of it has to be stored Condition of wheat Satisfactory The weather bureaus monthly re port conditions follows On the whole winter wheat crop fared well in January 19o3 the central and northern portions winter wheat being well protected by snow covering until the closing days of tne month when much snow melted leaving only the extreme northern districts with covering January Over southern portion of the winter wheat belt some damage resulted from alternate fi eez itig and thawing but the crop apparr ently has not sustained serious injury The rain fall throughout winter in the wheat belt was heaver usual Kansas is the oojy state which has needed moisture AQ water that matt r successful a nice tot start oncrop 3L I reported 7 has captured extends organization C shipped than belt than rr t at The Y P S C E are preparing to give an entertainment in this city on Feb 27 The best local talent will Full particulars in next is sue of the Record The Lady Maccabees will have a special meeting iii hall next Thursday evening the lath As bus ness of importance is to come up all members are urged to be present New Committeeman At a meeting of the Democratic committee Henry Patterson was chosen to fill vacancy in East Park caused by the removal of Joe another precinct Pat will make a Our Friends Stand by Us Never in the history of this office has job work been so plentiful Quite a number of new patrons have been added to our list of customers among them several who thought that they couldnt get what they wanted in Lancaster Form SocIuIJ Club A number of the Younger Set have organized a social club which promis es much pleasure to its members It is known as the B T V The col ors are violet and blue Another will be held next week and we hope to give names of the member ship etc It Happens Every May- A man who chewed twenty cents worth of tobacco a week concluded to try a tobacco cure In two weeks he ate 150 worth of the cure and for the next two weeks he used ten cents worth of Yucatan live cents worth of candy five cents worth of cough drops per day During these two weeks he also consumed two large rub ber erasers ate the rubber tips from fourteen lead pencils chewed up a dozen penholders and browsed off his mustache high as he could reach lIe is now chewing tobacco in the of economy Look out for Him A shrewd guy is working his graft in adjoining counties and the ladies will do well to be on the lookout fir him By distributing gratis a new castile soap he obtains the good will of the farmer folk and the day after the distribution returns with some Turkish bath towels and a note book with the request that So be deposited with him and on the morrow he will return with a box of 10 fine towels and a half dozen linen table cloths all lor the 5 lie gets the 85 and the morrow never comes for him He is ofT for new fields hey A It JTIooro Resigns It is with the deepest regret that we announce the resignation of the Rev Allen II Moore as pastor of the Lan caster Christian church It was hand ed in Sunday mornihg Mr Moore has received a call to a church in Birming he feels that it is his duty to accept This paper has frequently spoken of good work he has been doing in community though we have not told of one third the good he has ac complished lIe is a true Christian gentleman a man of rare ability who puts into his daily life that blessed he preaches Such men are needed in Lancaster What we need is men who have religion which lasts all thro week and is not hung up in the of the Sunday Prince Albert coat there to hang until the following Sunday He has done some noble work in Lancaster and made friends who wlllnever forget him The takes effect about the of next month Hopper Mrs Martha Hopper daughter of the late John Stodgell died at her home in Charleston W Va at 630 Friday morning She was the widow of W D Hopper a prominent lawyer of Lan caster Ky who died a number of yearsago The remains arrived in Saturday evening on the eight oclock train and were taken to the residence of the Misses Stodghill The burial took place Sunday afternoon at oclock Mrs Hopper was well known older citizens Her husband was one of the best lawyers at the local bar and a very prominent Mason Mrs Hopper leaves five chil dren John S Hopper William D Hopper Miss Elenor Hopper Mrs Martha Buckner all of Charleston and Mrs Anna B May of Seattle Washing new Farm Paper Danville has it seeks general rather than favoi and isknown as the Ken tucky Farmer Messrs McIntyre Ralston the present publishers of the Kentucky Advocate are the owners of the new publication which will be issued within two or weeks The paper began with a list of covering pretty thoroughly the Blue Grass Section and the outlook for a successful career Is quite ingWe can give you a splendid club bing rate with the Kentucky Farmer and if you want a splendid pa per call at The office and tl- I participate Arnold- to Rood committeeman heretofore meeting as congregation gospel et resignation middle Danville two byour on another paper However local subscribers J t J their county interests half R three patter farm Record rates Stanford Items Journal Capt and Mrs I M Dunn of Garrard were guests ot Mr and Mrs J W BaughmanCol W G Welch declined a handsome fee offered by Jim Howards friend to defend him We failed to state that Mrs Pattie Hays is night operator in the tele phone exchange Scarcity of Help It is almost impossible to get hands to break hemp notwithstanding the fact that farmers are paying 1 per hundred Tlie negroes as a rule will not work as long as they can live and put off doing anything un til the meat and bread supply is exhausted Now why is itthat a howl goes up when machinery is to do their work The Confederate Home The Confederate Home at Pewee Valleynow has seventyeight inmates The youngest of these is Mr E D Shengham who Is fiftyfour years old while the oldest is Captain Robert B Terrill who is now eightysix years oid Garrard county has as yet no in the Home The Womans Christian Temperance Union will give a reception Saturday from 230 to 430 P M in honor of the ministers county judge the bar the editor and the honory members The temperance wave has indeed started in and around Lancaster Saturday afternoon the Paint Lick ladies held their first meeting at the residence of the president Mrs Ernest Woods It is a strong organization and composed of such noble women will wage a war against Satan Sunday afternoon the children of Lancaster were organized into a Loyal Legion That night a mass meeting was held at the church where rousing talks were made by the ministers of the various churches r For Law and Order All the congregations were dismiss ed Sunday night to attend the special services held at the Methodist church The meeting was held in response to a call from the ministers of Louisville who want the Christian people of the state to work and pray for an enforce ment of law and the suppression of crime in Kentucky Addresses were made by all the ministers It sounds bad but theres no denying that fact that criminals are seldom punished in this state A man may take the life of another and its not once in fifty times that he is punished Theie is the everready witness who for a small sum will swaar anything shys ter lawyers will tell hhn theres the professional juror who stands about the court room to be called on the case ever hear that in Garrard theres some lawyers who will not stop at anything to win their point This can be stopped and the only way is for the people to and say it shall be stopped We have seen cases tried in a court house not more than ten thousand miles from this office on which men served as jurors who it was openly boasted were hired tostand around so that the sheriff was com pelled to call them as bystanders What is is as stated elsewhere in this issue for the people to hang a few professional jurors and a few mor e professional witnesses Then and not until then will the law be en forced in Kentucky a Suggestion Theres not a man woman or child in Lancaster who does not believe that the Garrard Hotel and Opera House should be rebuilt This being the case The Record will make this suggestion Why cannot a new com patty be formed and the necessary funds be raised by the selling of bonds The old hotel company Is not only willing but anxious to do all in its to help with the move and we be lieve they would take bonds to the ex tent of the lot and material on the ground to say the least In addition we believe nearly every member would 0 in again as much as else That such an investment would pay theres no disputing and that such buildings are needed all are painfully aware If such a company could be organized the town and coun ty could well afford to exempt for a few years as it is a necessi ty that is needed by everybody Even if it were not so great a necessity the people should have enough town and county pride to lend all assistance in getting it We know of five or six gentlemen who are not only willing but anxious to take hold of the matter and if others will show some town and county pride by coming to the front the thing can be put on foot and all arrangements made by early spring The inclination to invest money at home is growing and all wildcat tom foolery does not meet with the open arms here that it did This to build industries is on the increase and as money can be had most any where it seems to us that now is the time to We have talked to several gentlemen this week and the spirit of home enterprise was gratifying indeed The old company will not rebuild as has been stated in The but we believe as stated above that a new pue can be formed who will put up even handsomer than the The and county officials should have enough sand in their to lend every possible help tbe people want sadly 1m proyeHient secured representatives c T v Methodist it rise up needed Here anyone spir- It getbusy ones destroyed Y otherwise completely W power taxation once up home Record buildings town craw this needed DoM Forget the Date SemiAnnual Opening IN OUR Merchant Tailoring Department FOR Spring andSummerSeason f Exclusive designs in SEASONABLE FABRICS to meet the demands of all Good Dressers will be open for inspection A Practical Cutter from the Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati will be with us on H T LOGAN I 1903 THE Feb 20 1 3 cans pie peaches cents Lancaster Gro Co Notice To Prohibitionists The Feby meeting of Lancaster Alliance will take place at the Odd Fellows Hall on Friday Feby 20th at 330 oclock P M Rember the place and time this meeting being set for 330 oclock in the afternoon instead of evening Every member is tequested to be present as well as all others who feel an interest in the cause of local self government and the destruction of the saloon and the blind tiger as well These meetings are open to the public 2 t 0 T Wallace Pres California evaporated peaches 10 cents per lb Lancaster Gro Co Hack mi the Case Capt Frank White our old stand by is back at his cases this office for which help we have repeated the longmetre doxology several times Our correspondents will please make allowance for omission of their letters during his absence Lancaster Won The boys are having much fun kid ding Uncle Dave Ross and a few oth er wise guys who prevailed upon them to remain away from Lexington and not tackle the Danville bowling team for the playoff of the tie for champ ionship Unc was particularly ear nest in pleading with them not to make as be said darned phools of them selves and now the laugh is on Unc and the boys are carryng him high Speaking of the game the Democrat the after noon Lancaster defeated Danville in the first third and fifth games and won the match There Is a great deal of feeling between Lancaster and Dan vine not only in bowling but in every other way and the victory yesterday did Lancaster more good than the winning of the worlds championship would have done The good work of McMillan and Slier in the fourth game deserves special mention Scott and Carr refereed the games The scores follow McMillan Siler Dunlap Pennington Ball Totals Sander Portwod Davis Marrs Johnson Totals 183 117 142 121 157 150 108 110 166 161 756 659 Banvllle 139 126 127 142 134 118 164 134 110 054 G74 198 158 181 129 181 132 143 128 125 118 157 138 153 18S 169 T41 749 745 111 130 143 130 259 125 143 136 160 149 18Q 179 151 150 13 684 755 7Z6 55 cents pel galL borgbum 45 cents per gaL Gro Cei for25 iT saysIn Lancaster 134 New x c- Y J Best Lexington i Orleans molasses ru Lancaster 4 Goods Hamburg Edgings Ginghams Torchon and Val Laces White and Colored OxfordCloths Black and Colored Wool Dress Goods suitable For Early Spring Wear Remember we are closing out Clothing and Furnishing Goods stock at Cost ffl B Spring We are now receiving SpringBoo our tUGAtI 2 II I Vs i ds IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST i K l OLD HICKORY WAGONS Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES PHOTONS HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c illE L 10 R E JROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kir SecondClow Matt Matter Lancaster Ky Feb 13 1903 Now comes the report that the great Salt Lake is doomed and within a few years will be no more As the story is fishy it should be salted down The Harrodsburg Democrat under the able chargeof Lew B Browngrows better every day Since he has taken charge the paper is as sprightly as a young widow West Virginia legislature is trying to pass a law prohibiting kissing in public Well let em abolish it A kiss before a crowd is about on a par with cold soup Some one asked why the ground hog went back into his hole and the Louisville Times said it was because he was afraid Roosevelt would place with a coon A Kansas firm has Just completedfa chicken fattening house with a ca pacity of 5000 chickens We presume all future Methodist camp meetings will be held in that neighoorhood Lieut Peary will make another to find the North Pole If the gallant Lefttenant will promise to take it several thousand miles further North he will readily receive all the financial assistance he wants A bill to do away with the death penalty has been introduced In the Connecticut legislature The outside world doubtless thinks such a law was passed in Kentucky many years ago It is said the race question will come up for discussion some more in Congress As no elections are at hand it probably will You never hear Bas tus discussed by either party when theres an election approaching A Denver Judge has ruled that a woman is not to be held to a strict for what she says about her age Whats the use holding to a strict accountability1 shes going to do as she pleases any way Another St Louis city official has been suspended from office charged with corruption and It looks as thou the fad is spreading Its to be hoped that it will spread but theres no such good luck as officials of other cities will promptly quarantine against it The profits of John W Gates in the sale of his L and N stock to Morgan Co last fall were 87548000 This ought to keep the wolf away from cousin Johns door but we will wager a stack of blue chips that he would grow poor asa church if some friend should ask a little help 1 ell effort as fill his accountability mouse I I I I 1 i j Tne County Judge of Garrard last week refused to order an election on the whisky question If he will now devise ways to prevent holding an elec Lion of any kind for the next ten years a longsuffering people will up and call him blessed We would like to know if those American citizens of African scent who attended the Presidents were introduced to the other guests as Aunt Jemimy Uncle Rastus Sambo or as Mistah and Mizzes So and So Over in Lexington when meet after supper instead of saying Good evening its the to say Good night Theres demphoolishness and more fools to the inch today than a suffering public has had to suffer from If the people of Garrard want to be in the push they should take steps having an exhibit at the St Lou is Fair Nearly every county in the state is making preparations and as all necessary committees have selected why not get together and something Get busy gentlemen The Record will gladly publish spy calls or notices you want Last week our engineer a faithful old colored man asked for leave to go and bury his motherinlaw Of course his request was readily granted As he walked out of the room we thought well old man if you knew the many men in this world who envy you today you certainly would not be so so we cheerfully put on a pair of overalls and ran his engine for him refusing to dock for the time lost A mountain man prescribes the fol lowing as a sure cure for smallpox Sleep for twentyone nights in with a fresh polecat hide under your pillow changing the hide every nightThis is truly a disagreeable remedy but to a woman who has had to sleep with a drunken whiskysoaked the odor would doubtless be a great relief Hon John W Yerkes Internal Revenue is considered one of the most popular gentlemen in this his native state but his cake is all dough now He recently decided that spikes in soda water must come under the revenue laws thus shutting out that splendid way to get a nip on the sly This will the drinks of many old roosters who havent the nerve to enter a bar room and the last one will vote against the clever commissioner should he run again One of the leading educators of the country says that we do not need an y more universities but more common schools We see where the aforesaid e s right The universities are spoiling entirely too much good splitting material They lot of big words Into empty and the student comes out bent on being a lawyer doctor president of the United States or filling oils er vocation which requires no manual J tJW tJII reception acquaintances Square ever toward downcast succession husband Commissioner of d ris thin mo bee him cutoff railS craniums some Cemetery Works Those desiring to erect memorials inthe Spring should place their orders now and thus be sure prompt delivery We can furnish you from a 6 Marker to 1JL Handsome Granite Monument Work and guaranteed firstfclaag Pat trarelers e STANFORD STREET c I romz PO n ye 102 rt t f J Jf41bl8fWOrk8 i 1 11111 r 11 n UtU O t J t 1 r anything material your hom anti TtjearNrd j v HJups should 1 taken hqesale Uru of material Those who have puked fun at the Press Association should now saunter to the extreme and be seated The recent meeting of the body was of more benefit to the craft anything that has been done in last fifteen years surpassing the good old days when So and So was present as some of older brethren put it The newspaper men of Kentucky are the only ones who strive to push the states interests and we may safely add the only body of men who are not bound together for selfish purposes but we should get together gentlemen to protect our selves to pull together for that which justly due us and the only way it be done is by keeping the Ken Press Association on a The Louisville meeting was at by strictly bona fide and was of inestimable benefit to all present The complaint of courts not doing their duty is heard more today than ever before People censure the courts for turning criminals loose when the fault is really not with the judges or juries our the fault lies elsewhere Every body knows there are some people in every community who are always nesses and frequently the star wit nesses in evety criminal case tried When a criminal fears the halter its an easy matter to buy up these witnesses to swear anything needed to clear the defendant When the testimony is before the jury of course the case must be decided thereby The thing to strike at is the professional witness not the judges and juries We have seen cases tried where the most important facts proven by witnesses who could be bought not only to swear anything but almost to do anything or commit any crime When the law and order leagues want to bring criminals to justice let them see that the profes sional witness is done with and some hangings will result We have found as have all other of fices that have adopted the idea that lady type setters are a success in every In are far lady in this office who began work the first of the year who can now put up more than a galley of clean proof by three oclock She knows more now than the average boy would know not what he thinks he knows please in a years time Theres no cigarettes no swearing no drinking no stealing time no yelling out the windows nor any of that smartAlex knowltall air any of this worlds goods but we would not undertake to learn another raggedbreeches boy the trade if we were assured the sum of ten thousand dollars in the best gold money Uncle Sam has We have a young man now who is an exception to the rule who appreciates what be is shown who works for our interest and who will make a good printer But narry anoth er cub comes into The Record office while the present editor Is In charge This is not flattering young America we are aware but us please pn learning boys the trade Theres not one in a thousand who appreciate what YOU do tor them Tendency of ha TJmss The tendency of medical science is toward preventive measures The best thought of the world IB being given to the subject It is easier and better to prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrated that pneumonia one of the most dangerous diseases that medical men have to con tend with can be prevented by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attache of influenza grip and it has been observed that this re medy counteracts any of these diseases toward This has been fully proven in many thousand of cases in which this has been use4 during great prevalence of colds and grip in Recent pears and can be veiled upon with im plicit confidence Pneumonia often results from a slight cold when no danger is apprehended until it is sud denly discovered that there is fever and difficulty in breathing and pains in the chest then Jt is announced that the patient has pneumonia Be on the safe side and take Chamberlains Remedy as soon as the cold is contracted It always cures sale by druggists The very thinks that at least ninetynine girls out of possible hundred would gladly marry Him if asked Escaped An Awful Fire Mr H Hagginsof Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Con sumption nothing could be done forme I was given up to die The of a free trial bottle of Dr New for in duced me to try it Results were start ing 1 am now on the road to and oWe all to Dr Kings New Jt saved my This great is guaranteed Qr all and lung deseases by R J McRoberjts 50c 00 TriaJ bottle free Fewer actors would be out of if were so many people on the stage who are not actors Fpieys Honey and Tar is best for croap and whooping cough con talus no opiates and cures quickly Careful mothers keep it in the house C C and J E druggist Im I S t 1 Ira Jf npr the iriJl rear the our Iii firmba IsIs wit r were- e away ado youngman recv- ery t rOa J m work Stol ifj 11 i l Y n tie editors even newspapermen From observation professional young excuse pneumonia remedy the r For all sat and offer Consumption Discovery life cure Drug est Bike there not 2 4 s Y g MrS EH Ballard was in Danville Saturday shopping Mr WL Glass was in Harrodsburg Monday on business Mrs C J Armstrong was in Monday on business Mr and Mrs Leave were in Danville Monday on business We are sorry to report Miss Mittie Dunn still continues very ill the mumpsMr B A Mullen visited the of L D Sherrer at Nicholasville SundayMrs Bonerof Camp Nelson visited her daughter Mrs C C Becker SundayMiss Perkins was the guest of Mrs Eugene Berkele from Friday til SaturdayLittle Fay Acton is the guest of Misses Lizzie and Georgia Armstrong thls week Little Will Brim age six son of Mr and Mrs Wm Brim died of scarlet fever last Wednesday Miss Ella Montgumery Mt Hebron returned home last Saturday after a weeks visit to friends and relatives Messrs W H and J H Boner attend ed the funeral of their cousin Mrs Mattie Hopper in Danville Sunday The missionary society will meet with Mrs A S IIaselden on next at 2 oclock All members are requested to be present- A flinch club has been organized in this vicinity by Miss Mae Robinson The first entertainment will be given at her home on the night of the 20th The members of the Christian Enl deavor will give a Valentine social at Camp Dick Robinson Saturday eve ning from six to tan oclock A great time is anticipated MABKSBDBY Chesnut is suffering with mumps C A Robinson attended court in Stanford Monday Mr Cyrus Daly and wife visited Mrs Susan Anderson at Lancaster Satur day Mrs Margaret NaYlor of Lancaster spent part of last week with relatives here Mr Sparks and family have returned from a visit to his parents in Upper Garrard Hedgeville Messrs John Wood and Edd Perkins called on Mr Tom Austin at Lancas ter Sunday afternoon Messrs Will Brittain of Kansas City and Frank West of were guests last week of Mr JobnRoys ton and family While chopping wood a few days ago Mr Smith Urton met with a pain ful accident His axe slipped and al most severed his foot The ladies of the Christian Endeav or of the Pleasant Grove church will give a valentine Social at Camp Dick Robinsop Saturday night Feb 14th from 6 to 10 Refreshments served Admission 15 cents All wiled Mr Tom Broaddus a rising young farmer and Miss Llllie Huffman daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert drove to Nicholas rille and were united in marriage on the 4th They were entertained in Lexington by a number from this commu pity Mrs Kempers Sole at Lancaster afternoon Mrs left week to join her husband jn City They formerly resided in this community and will be greatly miss ed especially in the church of which Mr Kemper was clerk Mrs Kemper was a member of the Ladies Aid So ciety and an enthusiastic church member Their host of friends wish them success in their new home Mr Terrell Anderson has a child very sick with pneumonia Samuel Tudor is here from Illinois and relatives The farmers taking advantage of every day that Is fit to work WT Watson has returned home after pleasant to his moaher In Mr and Mrs Ed Qwenspf Buckeye have yisiting relatives here the past Uncle Nick Ross the oldest tant of our town is visiting his phil dren in Madison The little year old baby of Mr and Mrs J B Curtis is sick at this writing It is hoped that it will soon be better Creech our uptodate merchant has filled his store house with new goods This is the place to buy good goods and low prices Next Saturday and Sunday is Rev J M Braces day to preach at Freedom church Business importance on Saturday All attend Messrs Prather and McClanahan have returned Louisville where they sold large crop of tobacco which averaged about Sets per lb at Your is glad to know that the Capt F J White is again able fp be at ills case Ifye Jong to send the of the Rec ord to Its readers Wearesorry to learn of the death of Mrs Emma Grow who died in Missouri She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas Simpson of this who have the of their many friends neighbors s y V2t mCXA JSVlt I with Saturday guestThursday Perryville coqIially in Huffman Bred Kemper and ansas NINA visit Pal E G Jl tter ji I 7 Lancaster James faintly Mrs TV I relatives attended Children this 4S visiting friends are been sweep from their home scribe ty Maybe pews many Sim and J O S x Sr I- vl Sir Jasou Anderson a ivuH luo i and widely connected citizen of th place took pneumonia on Sattirdf died Tuesdays Wednesday at Freedom Cemeter Tile deceased was C5 years old and member of Freedom church fur forty years BUCKEYE Mr Harrison Ray bought four at 5i cts Tester Is among the sick this week Mr Hiram Ray has been quite sick but Js impoving Mrs Gillia Ray is visiting her sister Mrs Harrison Ray Rev Bruce filled his appointment at this place yesterday Mr William Poor and Mr Askings are visiting friends here Mr Joe Simpson has returned from the mountains with hogs and cattle Miss Corah Long visited her broth er Robert Long at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Gane Fitch and Miss Rattle Bogie has returned from a pleasant visit to Point Leavell A Mothers Recommendation I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saving it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup 1 have ever used in my family 1 have not words to express my this remedy Mrs JA Moore North Star Mich For sale by all Druggists 1 m STONE L Sanders bought of S Ray six shoats for 20 Earl Grow sold a horse to Ike Nay lor for The family of Mr Mat Folger are sick of grip Miss Nellie Preston is with friends in Jessamine Mr J A Dean bought of Fish horse for 80 Mr sold a horse to A Walker for 8120 J T Speaks sold a horse also bought one for Mesdames Wm and Lem Teater are very sick at this writing Mr T II Green spent several days in Lexington last week Mrs Mary A Landers had a fine jer sey cow to die last week Mr Harden Price has recovered from an attack of rheumatism Mrs Dock SynlPson of Buckeye vis ited Mrs Wm Teater last week Mr Taylor Raney sold to Floyd three calves for 30 also one hog for 5 Miss Minnie Jackson visited her sis ter Mrs Sam Mofford last Friday and Saturday The scratch of a pin may cause tile loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results the injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying Balm It is antiseptic and quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all Druggists 1 m When some women realize that they are better than men they spend a lot in regretting the fact 1 was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of N H No remedy helped me until I using Electric Bitters spore good than all the medicines used They have 50 kept lIlY wife in excellent health for years She says Electric are just splendid for female troubles that are a grand tonic and invigorater for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our fam ily Try them Only 50c Satisfac tion guaranteed by H E McRoberts 1 m A man would doubtless be just as irritable as a sitting hen were he placed in a similar position The best physic Once tried and you will always ue Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets says William A Girant Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathartic in use by all Druggists Most of the songs sung on the stage by request are at the request of Mysterious Circumstance One was pale an4 and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr wings New Life Pills to maintaip it By the lazy organs they compel good dl gestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25cjatR E McRoberts Druggist The prodigal son gets the fatted veal but the icy mitt Winter coughs apt to in consumption if neglected They Can be soon broken up by using Foleys Hon ey and Tar C C J E Stprmes lm Why dosent some shrewd boarding lady suddenly acquire fortune by advertising her sanitaii cure of obesity Nearly Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the Jeg of J Franklin Grove four it all doctors and all But Arnica had no to cure him for Bruises Skin Erup Lions and Piles 25c at McRoberts Drugstore v lm rw find bum confidence In L 50 Deana LernTeater for 100 Landers Chamberlains Vain tined Lancaster lHe al they For gentlyarousing 1 m daughter is are result house umforthe defied lep Slv 1 L lJ1 fl t night was os lions Mr John 4 560 r from began which Lever Bitters Liver sale the Ginger sallow prodigal given the Sr place asa Forfeits 1HiR Ill For years remedies trouble Equally Burns A 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 OJcROBERTS Druggist We are now in 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 undercharge of an expert pharmacist You will save money by bringing your prescriptions to us North side Public Square 1Q Jv S i 00000 o Q Our 0oo 2o tg 2 o 0 o 2 0 0o 0 Drug Store g J c I a f i OOO JOOOJOOOvO00GOG0 0000OOOOOOCO 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 n err 00 0 OO6000C0000000JO 0000000000 0000020000 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free DrI ew Discvery For CoxsuurTlo SOesica e g- g i s Turnpike Notice The individual stockholders of the er prorata of S G7 two and seven one hundredth dollars per share on their stock in said road which is a final distribution AH shareholders will present their certifi cates of stock on or after Februarys 1903 to the undersigned receive their prorata Done by order of the Board of Directors Jany 20 1003 JNO W President and Treasurer of the Dix RiverandLan caster Turnpike Road Co I TurnpikeRoadsixt MILLED POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in Meal Graham Four Hominy Corn Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville st iH 4 t f M f 1 1 1 1 M M t Vulcan CHILLED PLOWS Ph nix Flour roan Stare F LOU I I IIII tt IIIIII t t t IIIII t tIt t ad I t i TB WALKER SON Plover Timothy and a Car IpacJ Of Oats just received Ill It II nuhni tun II HI 11rllr II t t In It H III n Itlilltlr- j L y s ix K asa Y d f t r HELLO I r HELLO OLIVER PLOWS DRAG HARROWS Disc HARROWS LAND ROLLERS FERTILIZER t POSTL FI Gossip About People N NeN Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Miss Julia Reid is in Louisville for medical treatment Miss Altie Marksbury pave a flinch party Thursday evening Miis Olivia Sweeney is in Lexington visiting Mrs Dabney Carr Miss Mattie Tompson has been vis iting relatives in Stanford Mr Frank West of Perryville was a visitor here the past week W 0 Dunlap has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Rella Arnold is visiting friends in Lexington and Nicholasville An impromptu dance was given at the Mason hotel Friday evening Miss Bessie Turley of Richmoed has been the guest of Miss Sallie Ross Mrs Elizabeth Denny has been Mrs Lewis Walker Richmond Danville A R Moore of Lancaster was in Danville Wednes dayMiss Allie Arnold has returned from a visit to Mrs Burdett Ramsey of Paint Lick Mrs Walton Moss and Miss Mary have been visiting friends in Richmond W H Waddle and wife of Somerset attended the funeral of her sister Mrs Lou Brown J R Harris wife and pretty daugh ter of Turnersville were here the first of the week Mr and Mrs J M Farra are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl baby Miss Sallie Tillett of Lancaster is the guest of her brother Mr J D Til lett in Danville A few friends were eatertti el by Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson Tuesday evening Miss Christine Bradley charmingly entertained a few friends at flinch Wednesday evening Miss Margaret Sacrey has to Stanford after a visit to her sister Mrs Douslas Merritt Miss Lottie Farris of Kirksville has been the guest of Mrs W S Beaz ley Lexington avenue Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond Bring your Side Meat Best prices paid for same You will find I handle the to 35cts per pound 1 also keep a complete line Groceries Try the Keystone Geleton see our line of Candies as we handle the best Call and us Will be delighted to show goods ABrief visiting avenue NewsRev Dross I BHST From 12cts see HM a tJ a t a t t- c t t dgA k 4 1 returned r and i Sliou1er Meat I TOME z COPPER j oft t Also 0i ii r- cALLOU r K s Mrs George and children of Lincoln have been visiting her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs J B Paxton after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Rob inson has returned to her home in StanfordThe of Eurasmus Bettis were interred in the Lancaster Ceme tery Saturday He had been in poor health for some time and died in LexingtonMr D R Allman and little son Joseph Cornelison of Richmond the guests of her sister Mrs 0 W Potts from Saturday until Monday on Danville street Lexington Herald Mrs Banks Hud son and baby have returned to their home in Lancaster and were accompa nied by her mother Mrs Alexander Kennedy who will make her a visit W Hopper and Miss Hopper of Charleston W remains of their mother Mrs Martha Hopper to this place and were present at the funeral yesterday Richmond Nannie Arnold spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs Lula Johnson- at Lancaster Mr A Burton Farris has about reovered from his recent illness Miss Lizzie Hudsonof Lan caster is the guest of Mrs M Miller The B B Club was delightfullv Thursday by Mrs Fred Frisbie at her handsome home on Water street All the members were present and the afternoon spent very pleasantly play ing flinch refreshments served were chocolate nabiscoes and choco late almonds The club will be enter tained Thursday the 19th by Mrs Rob EmbryMiss Mae McRoberts pave an elegant luncheon Friday afternoon the occasion being her birthday and the number of guests being fourteen The refreshments were elegant Miss Lettie Mae is quite a popular young girl and is a favorite with both the young and old who wish her many happy returns We acknowledge receipt of the Mr F W Miles Miss Bettis Henry will be married EighteenthNineteen Presbyterian Church El Dorado Ark The honor of your presence is requested A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup which sounds like the childrens death knell and it means death unless something is done quickly Foleys Honey and Tar never fails to give instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of croup Mrs P L Cordier of Man nington Ky writes My three year old girl had a severe case of croup the doctor said she could pot live 1 got a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the firs dose gave quick relief and saved lire Refuse substitutes C C and J E Stormes Druggist 1m HOPII DKK KAISEI DEVISED New York Sun Kaiser I Sweitzer case and Whoop er up Yatch dos guns Spit fire and smoke Till dot leetle Fort vos broke Boom und bang und Crash und crack Ve must got dot Prestige back Ach it Svell mein lung Kaiser Bust der bung Vas Yah Issdot so He dead nein Monroe Vas iss Dewey shoot Hoch der Kaiser Scoot Mothers c n safely give Foleys Honey Tar to children for coughs and colds for It contains no opiates or other poisons C C and J E Stormes druggist r v Int were Ms W Nell Ya accompanied the ClimaxMrs Z he IIoeb del Filldercup dot jay I Hoch del dot Stop lot their z I Robinson entertained following leer iss vas Dot Backups y AN Joe cs Lancaster Editor Jo6 Waters of the Stanford Democrat came over the other day look about town went home and printed the following Hundreds of men stood around In the cold mud all day just because they had heard it was county court Business was unusually dull However there seemed to be plenty of geese for sale Mr Northcutt having about 500 close to the stock pens His poultry business is a great source of revenue to the people of Garrard as he spends thousands with them annntlly The Bastin Telephone Co is popular with Garrard people for there was a throng of people pouring into the Exchange all day Monday paying monthly dues and bragging on its excellent service The worst troubled fellow we saw in Lancaster Monday was Lennie Miller of the Lancaster Record He brings his dinner from home a mile or so in the country every day and Monday the mischievous mice ate all his peach pie hence his tears He is the same bone less boy that was mashed flat as a pan cake by a big imposing stone falling on him in that office last week He is a bright boy and because he is so good he is a general favorate Miss Carrie Hatcher is learning the printing art in the Record office and is progressing rapidly Capt White the old war horse has not been well for a few days but he will be able to set typea hun dred yearsmore The Mason Hotel as usual was crowded Monday for people from everywhere recognize It as one of in the State Mr and Mrs U D Simpson have been in charge for eight years As a landlord he is a model while Mrs Simpson knows everything worth knowing in connec tion with the hotel business The question of For or against liq uor license has been raised in Lan caster again after a Rip Van Winkle sleep There is no rest for the weary Troubles arise every day Very truly has it been declared that nobody can sail into heaven on flower beds of while others fight to win the prize swim through bloody seas There is no town iri the world where the law can not be enforced Too many moral cowards and weakkneed Christians create and sustain Blind Tigers and Bootlegged barrooms It is never of any use to vote prohibition and go to sleep like the people of Stan ford Lancaster and Danville have done Shame dirty infamous cow ardly shame There are a great many more cowards than Christians in each and every town in the world MT HEBRON Mrs Adams is very ill at this wri ting Mr James Stone has gone to Missou ri on a visit Mr Joe Duncan sold a pair of mules to Sale Hurt for Mrs of Jessamine visit ed Mrs John Onstott James bought of Mr R Cheatham his farm near this place for GOO Mr Erasmus Allen of Danville was the guest of Mr Willie Onstott Sat urday night Mr Arthur Montgomery entertained his friends last Thursday from 7 to 11 All report a pleasant evening Mr Louis Lemay and Miss Sallie No rah Baker drover to Rev G W Thomp sons last Wednesday afternoon and were united in the bonds of wedlock We wish them a happy and prosperous journey through life WAILACETON Miss Etta Rutherford who is school at Berea attended church here Sunday- E B Wallace of Berea attended church here Sunday and was the quest of James W Wallace and family Grandma Cade stumbled and fell Saturday bruising her face but fortu nately received no serious injuries Mr Reuben Baker has moved from Mt Vernon to our town occupying formerly occupied by E B WallaceWind rain did quite a good deal of damage in our vicinity last week fodder haystacks fencing c being badly dealt with The work on the new church has been greatly retarded by various caus es but the house is now ready for the paint Although each of our neighboring local papers receives a fair patronage from our people here yet the Berea Citizen enjoys the distinction of hav ing the largest patronage Miss Mary Baker who is Matron of Gilbert Cottage the girls new dormi tory at Berea visited home folk here Saturday and Sunday She was ac companied by Mr Chester Treadway and his cousins Misses Nettle and Al TreadwayThe David Bowlin died on the 6th Inst after almost a years from tubuculosis and was bu ried in the cemetery here Saturday She leaves a and one child who have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereave mentIn absence of Rev Sturgell who is engaged in a meeting at Williams burg his appointment here Sunday Was filled by Rev Pasco of Berea who delivered an exceedingly practical dis course from the text To be minded is death but to be spiritually minded Is life Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we expect tb maintain Insist on your Merchant supplying you with goods We are here to see that you get them l 3tf tooka best I ease and prohibitory 200 Rosa Ison McWilliams tll theproperty receiving young husband he 1 lIJt ifi ii the w attending suffering peace our a G- tJ V I BOURNE Hemp breakers in this section Jas Middleton sold a cow to Mr Mc Williams for 18 Jos Eason bought a mule from Gil bert Turner price bought fine mare from Edd Chlnn of Danvill for75 Miss Edna Scott will begin a select school at this place March 1st Thomas Turner sold a good work mule to Hugh Christopher for 100 Miss Lucy Marsee spent a few days last week with friends at Marksbury J T Turner sold several barrels of corn to Wm Christopher at 225 per barrelMiss Vallie Duncan of Mt Hebron visited her cousin Miss Loa Duncan Saturday and Sunday Miss Dennis of Hubble was guest of Miss Nora Humphrey Miss Jayne Middleton entertained a number of friends Saturday night McCREARV John Ham mule to RubeWar ren for 75 Ed Simpson has gone to Nicholas ville on a visit Herbert Gulley bought horse from Mr Underwood for 70 Elisha Forbes has been quite sick but is able to be out again Miss Sallie Naylor of Danville vis ited her sister Miss Nell last week Rev A R Moore filled his at New Antioch Sunday after noon John Hardin and Mike Forbes were among the visitors at Buckeye last SundaySam sold a cow to Jenk Long for 25 Geo Saddler bought a milk cow from Kemp Walker for 28 Saunders Walker bought some fat shoats from different parties and paid Sic for them John Edd the bright little son on Alex Layton and wife who has been so sick is improving Pat Sutton and Harvey Pherlgo sold their crop of tobacco last week and realized six and seven cents Ottie Jones and sister from Free dom visited Miss Mamie Kelley and attended preaching at Buckeye last Sunday BEDNA VISTA Wm Christopher bought of Messrs Turner and Graham about 12 barrels of corn at 226 James Spilman sold to Fox Mock four mulas for about 580 Virgil Wilds is with his aunt Mrs Aldrishin Covington Mrs Sarah SP namore left last week for an extended visit to relatives in Illinois and Indiana Mr and Mrs Charles Scott enter tained some young friends last Friday evening J C Clouse sold a cow to Mr Warren for 30 W H Furr has rentedTom Worrels farm next year for 130 W E Spangler lies rented the Tom Worrel house of W H Furl for 40 D W Faulkner has sold his house and 37 acres of land to Geo Brows for 1125J sold nine shoats and a calf to W G Gooch for 5250 Look To Your Interest On Thursday and Friday Feb 12th and 13th an EXPERIENCED from the wellknown Merchant Tailoring firm Kahn Bros of Louis ville 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 I kindly ask my patrons and the public generally to call and see these goods 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 dates Very truly yours 2 t J C Hemphill machinery for Sale One of the most uptodate thresh ing rigs in the country Practically good as new Consists of 10 h p Bussell 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 t25tf Lancaster Try Some of Our Flour Put up in towlihg sack Each sack is made of goods and is worth twice the amount of flour de Insist on your mer chant supplying you with same We have them in stock Potts Bros Free T H Lee and Leave Every 30 days to give away 15 bushels of coal every 50c purchase we a ticket which entitles you to a chance and as tickets asyou hold you have a chance and at the end of each month we get some disinterested to draw a number out of the box that number is entitled to the 17e alsojpropoBe to carry in stock and dressed Lumber Shingles Etc Call get our prices 1212 Ta feL arescarce 75 11 sold appointment n FLAT WOODS 11 TAILOR as ductedltor same man roUgh Lee eJ d f t Z I C h Joel Marsee N1 fine cowling Veal vie propose cash give person coal and tit a 4 f If You Mean i U INES =See These People 1 r Flinch game at Thompsons Valentine display at Thompsons Two gold fish and glass globe 35 ctsj at Thompsons The best is none to good Call for Potts flour 123tf I have some nice young mules for sale W R Cook M3tf Nice rooms for rent Apply to Mrs Mary Cunningham on Depot street Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just recieved at Thompson Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater 12tf Valentines in great variety Fine val enties 5c to L50 each Comic by the 1000 at Thompsons l30tf Plain sewing and heavy skirts Mr Mary E Harlan Mrs R A McGrath Jr Marksbury tf 50 plain gold and set rings just received price from 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 jl62m We are in the market for wheat corn oat hay and etc Give us a call 123tf 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 We deliver orders for 100 pounds and over any where within two or three miles from town Potts Bros f Nabiscoes and Festinoes for lunches They are Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office Easter Entertainment The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an Easter bazar and exchange Saturday April llth Easter eggs a specialty tf Office at Home- I have fitted up an office at my home on Danville street where 1 will be glad to do dental work for my old customers and all new ones who want first class work T J Hood D D S tf Boards 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 Lost or stolen Large white pointer bird dog Liver colored ears and spots over eyes Disappeared Jan 29th Answers to name of Jack Reward for returning B L Davidson Flour and Feed Store To our 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 cided to open up a general flour and feed store in the Stormes block no 108 opposite J C Thompson jewelry store Phone No 100 where we will carry a full stock of high grade milling at all times and will be enabled to make prompt delivery we respect fully solicit a continuance of a good share of the patronage of of Lancaster and Garrard County which we have heretofore enjoyed and will endeavor to merit in the future Very l2tf Potts Bros Wee Property For Sale 1 offer the following property for sale privately The property owned by my deceased husband Dr at Bryantsville consisting of a twostory frame house containing six rooms cottage for servants coal house stables buggy house and all necessary outbuildings under good repair together 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 easy terms Address Mrs Bryantsville Ky j23tf Good Cheap Book 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 J Josephs store and see Theyre going rapidly tf Will exchange farm of 88 acres lying In the oil 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 oil world Parties desir ing to trade will please Describe land and what improvements are on It My 80 to 160 sKjraBte allIn body Address Jspi A Gibson HpliirawortbKy Th actress who ondsisiieVer to lost ftml 200 ar t Currey Da customers products the citizens Respectfully T twoacres on TCArmstrong Adolph and U POt convinced t latest e ad son1 Notice C Armstrong with them lqr 1 ckn a0 fields attention lathe their state one eyes liks Ua anxious fo adyertleing purlfOleL- R Se iy k ty Are You With Us FARMERS s- Y FRIENDS g C T 0 w 0 r H 3 Reads Fertilizer For Corn Hemp and Tobacco Farm Wagons Capital Brown Weber Hancock Disc Plows Beware of Imitation We Are With You GAINES Bros 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 ing Low RoundTrip HomeSeekers and OneWay Settlers Rate TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST Also Low Rates to California Montana Idaho Washington Oregon British Columba and other Pacific and North Pacific Coast Points- L J IRWIN ASK US FOR BVTES General Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE AND Colonists R RepresenUnEFollofliiiCofflianies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Fhenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna Co 9fHarUCoi I have a limited amount of strict ly No i cultivated Hemp Seed of a late importation For prices and terms apply to Banks Hudson 263m Lancaster Ky KINNAIRDINSURANCE t Life Ins SEEDFOR tI1I aI t oc 3 s 1 I For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce J W as a candidate for nomination for the office of Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party W 3 BEAZLEY DENTISTOffice over Dr Kinnaird oppo site Presbyterian church Danville street T E BOBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money tc loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages T M II nram MHTT Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad uate of McKftlip Veterinary College of Chicago Ills attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so canine Residence and cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DAJTVILZE KENTUCKY Hamilton office IERCESFAVORITE I RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY Pre We t JOHN B STORMES Vice Prw t S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry DIBECTOES Baml D Cechran Alex BDenny A C BoblmoD Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird t Q Q Q Q Q Q LEWIS Y LKAVKLIi President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BARK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS fiM t B F HOTWOH Cashier 17 OBHHWT C D IfAuna Bookkeeper Business SdicM Fro pl lad Car ialAttwrtioi Z493 tClB1 r v 1 tJJrB 11 11 n i f t j Bookkeeper- sSbsees DISECTOBB- LewIe Y Leaved J 8 Bobiaeon J J rl lCltieoldif J ti w tt ssassssa I RUINED BY I A rash wager has ruined tnrny a man financially but this that he could a ships anchor wager but the strain was too great for him and he broke down in health from 5 that day Theres many a or who undertakes too great a task for the 5 strength they possess They wont give 5 up so they break down woman K drudges in the house the man toils in the store They dont break down by one tremendous strain but by a steady S overdraft on their strength 5 People who are rundown in health 6 deficient in vitality wornout or worked 5 the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It cures diseases of the U stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and so enables 5 the body It purifies and en riches the blood and builds the body I with sound muscle and solid flesh health was completely broken down writes Mrs of Porcupine Wis with in stomach Words fail to express what I suffered My arm was began to improve each day i Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach and blood S iv PtoiW Met PmMmtm tile howeht ami mOmalmtm the stugghth Mvmfm f f tw r i4I PfJ r1p t Wiir M lrlbriW wager ruind a man physically He was proud of his and Wagered He won the man wonian l out will find new strength up I commenced medicine my ne S ftAt times generally after taken S very much affected and my nerves were so I was almost in hysterics I was treated two doc tors but all to no avail for I was no I felt dreadfully discouraged but I would once more to find relief I began to use Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Pavorite Prescription I gradually grew troug over ID ole e streiigth t 4 A life and in nourishment of When t c was I c PREACHERSVILLE W D ISlmore bought cow for about 825 J H Tompson sold 18 hogs to Thos Shaw 5f eta J R Payne was at May wood on busi ness last Saturday Mr Gentry of Rockcastle was here trying to rent a farm W B Ragan bought 2 heifers from John Horton for 31 cts TV B Burnett sold a span of nice mules to J C Fox for 310 J P Ballard has engaged some hogs for future delivery at 6 cts Mr Frank Foley of Madison Is here to attend school this winter Born to the wife of Mr Sol Rigsbya fine girl Both are doing well Mr and Mrs G A Brown was in Lan caster on business last Saturday- W and family were visit ing Dr Brown at Stanford Monday John L Kennedy who has not been well for some time is improving some Drs Edmiston and Pettus of Crab Orchard attended the Lodge here Sat urdayB Holtzclaw has returned from the mountains where he nas been sell ing hay The sale of Mrs Bettie Rigsby was well attended and most every thing that was sold brought a fair price There are seven empty houses in our town at this time something that has not been before in twenty years Mrs McCarley a sister of John Richerson died at Rowland the 25th and was buried in the Naylor burial ground the 27 b Mr Dave Tompson and wife have been with Mrs Garner for a few days who has been real sick though she is some better now PAINT LICK Garnet Tudor was in Paris last week businessJoe in Paint Lick for the past week Misses Sallie Adams and Ella Smith were in Richmond Saturday Will Rucker and bride spent Satur day with Mr and C Rucke Miss Annie Jennings of Danville is the guest of Miss Bessie Ballard Miss Annie Butner of Caleste is visiting Mrs Rodney Griggs of this place Mrs James Leavell of spent a few days with her sister Mrs John Smith Rev Otis Huson filled his regular appointment at Mt Taber Sunday and Sunday night John Butner of Philidelpbia spent a few days with his brother lames Butner of this place Misses Ethyl Green Nora Lewis and Carrie Cornet of Richmond were the guests of Miss Liddia Noe Saturday and Sunday I iIb Q 1Q I for HBrown has been I MrsI I The Helping Haud Society of the Baptist church will give a unique at the hospitable home of Rev J E WolfordT on the afternoon and evening of Feb 14 tagsButOr vou will be fined the usual some Of the program that is to come Closing ofCplored School The court house wascrowdedThurs day and Friday nights many white people being in the audiences to the closing exercices of the school This school is one of the best in central Kentucky and Is doing good work Prof Louis Leavell was principal and his work has been ly complimented Ono of the of the entertainment was to raise funds to help rebuild the burned a which the white people should help bring to a end W C T U to Entertain The local W C T U will hold an open session next Saturday afternoon 230 at which the ministers members of the Lancaster bar Judge A D Ford and the editor of The Record have been invited as special guests Dont Grumble Dont growl about muddy streets From the way all our exchanges are kicking Lancaster is not as muddy as are all the other towns around us A rock expert told The Record that this trouble is caused from using crushed stone and this seems to be true In old times when rock was broken by the hammer you never heard of roads An inferior quality of stone mashed to powder with a crusher is certain to turn into mud and dust You had better enjoy this mud dear reader for when this mess turns to dust next summer then you will have cause to beef Uncle Ebena Philosophy Xebber ax a man to lend you 25 cents said Uncle Eben Ax im fob five dollars jes to make im think dat you regyards im as a capitalist an mebbe hell be ashamed to Washington Star Tbat the Idea How energetically they play said Mrs Hojack who was watching football game with her husband Yes said Mr Hojack They kick while the gridiron is hot Detroit Free Press Frank Confeiilon your typewriter ever bother you oy making mistakes in spelling she knows to spell better than I do Somerville Journal DUqnnllfled- Frontrow That leading man doesnt look like an actor Parquette No and whats more he doesnt act like one Chicago Daily News Uncle Ephm Hit doan make no diffnce whedder 70 nam s lain blue not ob served Uncle Ephm Ef days written in de book o life yoll git into de best gciety arter while Chicago Tribune CCCOIQOIQIQIQQQIQIQIQQIII entertainment witness colored schoolhouse move muddy It back down HIcksDoes WicksNo tow de booker highS I CANCEROUS ULCERSthe sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are multi in the blood and the new Cancer cells which constantly ing keep up the irritation and discharge and at last shooting pains announce the approach of the and sloughing stage and a hideous sickening cancerous sore itsI are devel begins work No ulcer or sore can exist with out some predisposing cause that has blood and the discharging ulcer or the sore on the cheekier other tart of the will continue toI deStructiVe festering interna1 bod In February 1899 1 noticed a emaIl lamp on my lower lip The doctor can tensed it but another came and broke tim the place healed entirely and no lens of the disease have been sees W P Brown Hollands s O takeSinc spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation SS S cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter It has great antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons I ed andthe and restore blood to its natural And when nure blood is I eJ tJeJ Are many respects like other ulcers or sores and this resemblance often proves fatal Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal in carried to the ulcer or the healing process begins the discharge ceases and the place heals f anvvegetabledeS n sores minerals you have an nicer or chrome sore of any kind mite us about it m cal advice will cost you BOthing Books on Cancer and other of THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C Atlrta U If t ti ONSECRATION OF THE BODY Should Be Kept VVhoIeaonke and Asre ml le Fit the Tern v The Christian presents his body to God as a living sacrifice That the apostle said is a spiritual worship It is not then an occasional act but a constant service Physical cleanli ness is a religious duty The diet that promotes wholesomeness is a tribute to the Father to whom we offer our bodies Abstinence from stimulants luxuries indulgences that would pro fane them is imperative if we would not shame ourselves by an unholy of feringJesus Christ our Lord had abound ing health He exhausted Himself with toil for others He groaned with pain because of the willful blindness of men to the message He brought them His frameshook with sobs be cause of the woes that were coming to His country His heart broke at last under the burdens of the worlds sin but we have no record that He ever was sick Disease in others fled at His presence He came He said that men might hate life abundantly That meant vigor of body as well as of mind and spirit He rejoiced in health To imitate Him is to take all wise means to make our bodies wholesome and agreeable fit to pre sent to God as a gift The Christian prepares and keeps his body as a temple of the Holy Spir it Know ye not that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit which is in you We delight to furnish the room where we entertain our loved and re vered guest so that it will give him pleasure To discover that we had placed there anything offensive to an honorable person would be an shame It must be admitted that we are tempted even thus to the greatest and holiest One who makes himself our guestTJut self control to shut away evil and thoughts from tenantry in a body where the Holy Spirit dwells is the first necessity to manhood One who laid bare his own weaknesses that he might help his fellowmcn to be pure and strong said I buffet my body and bring it into bondage So will we do that we may have fellowship with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ We have known deformed bodies that were beautified by the evident in dwelling of the Holy Spirit We have seen disease made a discipline to bring the heavenly guest into closer com panionship For whatever defects our bodies have if they are used honorably as a sacrifice holy acceptable to God we have the assurance that the Lord Jesus Christ shall fashion anew the bodj of our humiliation that it may be conformed to the body of His Congregationalist Mental Agitation That do you think of our new cookI do hope shell consent to remain answered young Mrs Torkins Ive been so busy worrying about what she might think of us that I never stopped to think about what we thought of Star Right to the Point Timkins Miss Biffkins is certainly a matteroffact young lady certainly is When she refused me she said she did it be cause her income wasnt sufficient to support us A SensatIonalIst You say your pastor is novelties into the pulpit Alas yes He has left the well beaten paths of politics society finance and vice and is introducing discourses on the Bible and the New Testament Puck Sizing Up the Situation New Servant after lady has shown here the work to be see you want a sort of a general girl so anyway one that aint too Life Fatal Kl She sat close in his automobile And he gave her a kiss At that very moment a rock struck the wheel Philadelphia Press f pie of God unforgettable dIs- honor unworthy gloryBoston herWashington SimkinsShe bothPhiladelphia Inquirer introducing doneI LadyVhy ServantWell particularBrooklyn sJqI erjj peooj puv WHAT SHE WAS w tone giving cdql Someone said the first huntress gameIll bet gayly asserted the sec ond huntress that if I were in con gress Id have a bill passed to stock it with men Louisville Courier Journal Relationship Sheis a Daughter of the Revolu tionYou dont say I could imagine her a Maiden Aunt of the Revolu tion Puck Did they make much money at the fancy fair Yes indeed and all because the prices were so unfair Philadelphia Bulletin The Thing Mrs can we buy baby that will amuse him Mr that will mean the rest of us Pretty Sear True It Is when a young man love remarked the Observer of Events and that he hasnt a single idea his head Yonkers Statesman going Real NewlywedWhat NewlywedOhanything Judge ThIngs i Vanall7 the Vay lain n IN THE DOMESTIC REALM Odd BH of Information Which May Sot Conic Amiss to Every family treasure box contains a few daguerreotypes and if these arc of direct family interest they are as valuable as oil printings or The difficulty is to display them interestingly Unless they are viewed hi exactly the right light and proper angle they are almost invisible They should never be taken out of the odd little box frames as they are extremely perishable lIe move the velvetlined cover und frame the portraits in broad flat frames of dull gold Still better frame them as if they were minia turcs in narrow gold frames and put them in a deep glasscovered shadow box Study carefully the best light in which to place them and hang them near the mantel or beside a Hat cast They are too indefinite to ap pear to advantage near other Tire good shops are full of bits of tapestry and other beautiful fabrics suitable for pillow covers and most of them may be had for very small sums It is not always safe to buy pillows for other people unless the color scheme of their rooms has been studied A woman whose sitting room is in aesthetic green is made miserable by a gift of a pale blue pillow Of course she can put it in another room but she feels that she has not shown herself appreciative when she does so says the New In putting away a white silk or muslin gown it is a good idea to place in the box several cakes of fine white wax Wrap the gown and the wax in plenty of white tissue piper and put blue paper over all The wax will turn quite yellow in timer but the clear white of the gown will be preserved The value of dates for childrens school luncheons is not fully appre elated They are rather sticky things as they are originally purchased and rarely care for them They should be separated and washed the stone removed and a peanut or almond salted prefer ably substituted The date is then rolled in powdered sugar and straightway becomes one of the ap petizing trifles dear to youth and at tire same time is healthful and nourishing Every kitchen should have a set of the little brown earthenware cups that come for custards and other bakings Popovers are delicious baked in them as are also soft rice muffins and other breads For popovers sift to gether a cupful of flour a of baking powder and a little salt Add gradually stirring all the time a scant cupful of milk Beat in a wellwhipped egg and beat the mixture for some minutes with a Dover egg beater Have tine cups hot and buttered Pour in the bat ter and bake 35 minutes in a oven The cups should not be more than halffilled as the batter risesWhat is tine use of spending halt an hour cleaning the outside of n chicken with a knife when every particle of outside cuticle can be in three minutes by moist cornmeal What is the use of ironing many things that give you tire backache to do and are no better for tine effort What is tine use of looking wretched and whining about how much you have to do when half you did was a wicked waste of time and strength Ths greatest convenience any house is a cheerful plucky allround homemaker who neyer mentions her nerves and who can see large things large and small things small who sees to it that her family and guests are wholesomely fed who sees that the issues of life are more than food and raiment that it is a duty to be well and happy that we homemak ers on the farm have a position sec convenient for our children to grow up healthy and honorable HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS Some Small Sterna of Household tore Slay De Worth Away A mattress cover is made of two layers of lightweight unbleached muslin with wadding between Quilt on the machine and bind the edges with tape It can go through the wash like a sheet Breadsticks crackers wafers etc are improved by being put into the oven for a few minutes before to the table says the Detroit Free Press Do you know that a streak of fresh paint on a woolen garment may be quickly and effectually removed by rubbing with another woolen cloth or even by pulling another of the garment over it and rub bing till all trace of paint has Freshness is the prime quality The sooner a fish is cleaned and drawn the better After this is done it should be washed quickly in cold water and wiped with a dry napkin Never let fish stand in water after they are cleaned- If in boiling a ham it is found necessary to add more water see that the water used is boiling To fill the kettle with cold water makes the meat tough Dont be afraid to a new recipe now and then Provide sparingly gf it until it has been tested and ap proved by the family then add it to the list of chosen recipes Where most cooks fall short is in the mo notony of their bill of fare Try something occasionally Dpnt you you overestimate the value of money asked the Mebbe answered Senator Sor ghum but its just as weir to keep on the safe side Washington Star Nothing Accruing understand you have an interest in the Sweatman mine Lamb I have an investment there TranscriDt t f the Young miniatures atthe York Post children cornbread luncheon tablespoonful moderate rubbedoff using affords possibilities Fining sending surface disappeared offish Sl PhlllHlopby thinkthat frien GrangerI upto7 ut t f i Ji 1loueeecpor pictures bothersome That sometimes C n Q in 5 a vComi iso ci Sale of Lane GAKUAUD Cntduix OCIIT By virtue of a judgement of tl Ginaiil tiiiyiitCuui t leistleied i Noveinl r hIll ill tire ibo styled case i will on THURSDAY tEU 26 Hid1 publicly on tIle premises in Uarran county Kentucky between the hours of 1030 oclock a in aud 1 oclock p sell to the highest and best bid the following described properLy county Kentucky on tine waters of river described and bounded as follows towit Tract Xo 1 Beginning at West end of a lint rock thence S lW polus to a sugar tree and ash Hices Corner below tine Frills of Clear Creek with its meanders N 25 Vt8 poles K W 38 poles N f9 W 16 poles to the mouth of a branch in all 51 poles to a 19 E 20 poles to an S 4i W 110 poles to a white oak thence N 10 V w pOles tQ an ash tree on the river N 18 W 40 poles N 35 W 21 poles N 42 W 20 poles to a cedar and white oak thence K 30 E 47 poles to a white oak formerly corner thence K 22 poles to a hickory E 02 poles to a lo cust N 5 E 130 poles a white pile formerly Davis line thence E 04 poles to a rock in the road thence 850 poles to a rock near a branch thence S 05 E 114 poles to the beginning eon taining 218 acres and 1 rood Less 8 acres and 1 rood having been sold boundaryTract as follows Beginning at a stone corner to Uyers 87i W 20 poles to a stake near tine end of a stone fence thence N 70 El W 8800 poles to a stone to liice thence S 14i W 53 20 poles to a stone thence S 74J E 133 20 poles to a stone corner to Uyers thence his line N 0772 poles to the containing 44 acres 3 roods 30 poles Tract No 3 Beginning at a white oak on top of dills b 47 W 00 poles to a stake on top ot said dill thence S 80 28 poles to a stake on the bank Dix liver near a sycamore thence N 40W 53 poles to a stake in tine edge ol the river thence IS 25 W 72 poles to a spring on 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 Catron in the former line between Davis and llice thence S 74J E 133 08 poles to a stake in said line corner to Dyers and Outrun thence the division line between Byers and Catron S E 5430 poles to a stake in the line from tine beginning corner to the reverse of tine course which is iST 80 W 070 poles to the beginning containing 80 acres 2 roods and 0 poles more or less In ranking said sale said tract No 1 containing 210 shall he oflered as follows 1st A certain portion supposed to from one to one hundred and fifteen acres to be suryeyecl olT the southwest part of said tract Said portion being situated alongside of and adjoinidg the lands of A J Rice Jr Then the residue of the 210 acre tract which will contain the dwelling house and improvements Tile said two tracts sos 2 and 3 which contain respectively 44 acres 3 roods and 30 and SO acres 2 roods and G poles shall be offered for sale in one body contain 125 acres 2 roods and 2 poles Then all three of said tracts to wit Tract No 1 containing 210 acres and tract No 2 containing 44 acres 3 roods 30 poles and 80 acres 2 roods and 0 poles will be 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 mouths bonds with good se curity will be required of the for the money payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will he retained on tine property sold until the purchase money is paid JXO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Treasury Department OFFICE or COMITHOLLEU OF TilE CUCKESCY Washington D C Jmumry 9 niCe Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented undersigned it has been made to appear that Tree CITIZENS NATIONAL HANK op LAS CASTER located in tine City of Lancaster in the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky has complied with nil the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable National Banking Asso ciatious to extend their corporate existence mid for other purposes approved July 12 1SS2 iVoir therefore I William B Ridgely Comp troller of the Currency do hereby certify that TilE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTEK located in the of Lancaster in the Conn ty of Garrnrd State of Kentucky Is author ized to have succession for tine period specifi cd in Its amended articles of association name ly until close ot business on January lOin 132 In testimony whereof ray hand and seal of office this ninth day of January 1903 WM B RmaFLY Comptroller of SEAL the Currency No US 88 Queen Crescent Time Curd TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number 1 daily no stop ll15amNumber 3 On Flair ll29pm Number 5 Daily amNumber 9 except Sunday 755pm NORTH BOUND Number 2 stops when flagged 415 pm Number 4 Does Not Stop Number 6 Dally l30pniNumber 10 Daily except Sunday GaS nm Number 4 does not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 SI nm You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going if You Are Going West PU4CHASC TICKETS THe 1J j i L ers HIVmeanderS corner E beginning W t and t contain olf red purchaser the and witn in 07 East VIA m qr a Inn nun I reining mnnking said o ass ff I Loui6Viuc NA HVIUC R tt i The Maximum of Safety The of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates I Maximum a RAND SO Your account is past due and I MUST have what you owe ifS IT g pilot We use ALL flODEM IHPROVEIESTS and guarantee We are in FRIDAY 1 1 tie Jjox Studio Ir me t 1e Is i 1 Oa o J 1 T r j I A PER LiKENESS f TI 11 1 Y I J I J l Ill ill t LJr 0 f c OZ 1 TZe Fox Szdio S A M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at tim CBXTUAI RUCOKD- oJlice or address me at Lancaster Auctioneer I Ter my services to those need lug work in this line Satisfac tion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leacle or dcrs at Record otlice or address me at Buena Vista Kv Mobile FeUB241 90S One FareRound Trip v TOUTS Tickets on sale Feb IT to 23 inclusive Good returning until Feb 28 inclusive Ask ticket Agents about cxtentioii or write S T Swift P TA Lexington NOTICE All persons having claims against tine estate of Isaac Batighman deceas eel will present same properly verified and proven to me or my attorney Gl all persons knowing them selves indebted to said estate will please settle at once J A Admr f For Richmond Winchester Lexlng No10 J tOil Frankfort Louisville Cynthia 514 AJI nn turin Carlisle I Ingtou Cincinnati etc Trains run except Sunday Above Is IKAVING time Nos 10 11 stop at nil sin tions when flagged CHESAPEAKE I OHIO Railway Tlmeln efct JulylS 19C2 Lv Louisville SSOaia 600pm 845am 8 15ai Winchester CMpm MtSterltag 1225 uii 943pm 925am 705pm 5 JO am syjpm Philadelphia 850am 707pm 4 1115am ivNewYcrk 75oam 4o pm Philadelphia 1020am 731pm 200pm 1110pm 740am 4 30pm 550am 212pm Winchester 7 O- oArLexiugtou 5S5pm700a OSOaml Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run except Snnda For car reservations or write or telephone GEOWJ3ARNEYDPJL LXZIHQTOH KY MARDI GRAS NewOrleans VIA UEEN RE Bn Beazley- 4t Trains Time Le3e in effect j LancJlter Xo 16I CO Junctiou elt Leba- No21 nou louls1IIe MtI1010 Vernon Livinngetonn London J1ddlcsboro etc No22 I For mchmond and ate PI tlOIIS Stanford raid wnystations C It r SAst Ot7tJD STATIONS Illia m isOpun 1157 am 9 S sam t5 COVND STATIONS 7 Iam 825pmA D WT KING I FbrStairforl CrabOreiiard ASm thin intermediate intO No11 For 8nidimm IStim a 4 Ispan 622mm 2 10pm 3 lOgin AILY l The Markets LOUISVILI E Kv Feb 11 1 PJI CATTLE Choice to prime shipping 50 4 75 Medium to good shipping steers 1 2J4 50 Choice butcher steers 4 00 4 35 Medium to good butchers 1 60 3 75 Common to medium butchers 3 OC 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 75 4 10 ledium feeders 3 2Ti 3 75 Good to extra stock steers 3 25 3 85 Common to medium stock steers 2 2XS 3 00 iood to choice stock heifers 3 2 3 50 Common to medium stock heifers 3 00 3 23 Ilalu tight mixed stockers 2 25 2 85 Medium to good bulls 2 25 3 10 Choice veal calves 5 75 G 25 Common to medium calves 4 75 5 to HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO Ibs Cb5 Stadium packers ItO to 2UO Ibs 6 Cf Choice light ship 120 to ICO ibs il 35 Choice pigs IK to 120 Ibs x y 10 Houghs 150 to oOO Ibs sHEEt AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium licks Extra shipping Iambs IOu butcher lambs Commune tailend Iambs 3 25 3 50 2 50 3 10 1 75 2 2J 1 SO 2 25 5 5 75 5 00 3 50 I 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 work M N LAUNDRY 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky GAR Agent L ncaster Kenucky I The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S F Emhry Price Bros Ed 2f IJ Price iJcorge Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Oraifd Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens V 51 JUahan Mrs N BAndersoi R A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs JIIansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton Lancaster Lodge 104 AF ft A ill Stated meetings every second and Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting In our city are fraternally In vited to us Secretary Louis LANDKAM Notice To Creditors AH persons having claims against tire estate C M Jenkins assigned will plpase present them properly verified to my attprneyWm Herndou at Lancaster or mysslf at Marcel Ins Garrard county Ky J241 JNO A WOOD Assignee steers Conannonn to 001 pigs O to OOlbs re ao G 10 5 I H T L POSTED fourth Sit Wi I R KINILAIRD fo 5 5 aaj I I 7 iiemphniil Walden Maste1 18 11 s