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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1903 I f CENTRAL RECORD I I I i aY TIlEFoul rEExrH YELR N NBZRs4 f Oil heaters plenties and grates at bot tom prices JB Haselden Additional Personals E Adams been visiting her friend MrsJ M Far Mr Joe Falconer of Middles toro is the guest of his parents Mr Joe Fal coner and wife Danville News Uncle David Ross of Lancaster was down yester day telling how to carry election lIe is an A So 1 Democrat Attorney James Hamilton a political wheel horse was down yesterday from Oscar Parks who has been visi her mother Mrs Nancy Brown returned Tuesday to her home in Mid dlesboro Mr John Dunlap who has been here for several months left Monday for Peoria Ill where he a government position Mrs W R Cook and Miss Louise Kauffman were in Danville Saturday shoppingThe of the Helping Hand So ciety gave a dinner Tuesday at the parsonage in honor of Rev Wolford and wife wno leave next week for tb spend the Mr Sam Joseph of Cincinnati was here Wednesday representing one of Queen Citys largest shoe houses For several years Sam lived in Lancaster and no made more friends or was more highly thought of than he Sam As a welcome visitor to Lancaster The numerous friends of Miss Theo Ilemphill are gratified tolearn that she and a young ladyfrom Texas tied for the highest mark in French each scoring 100 in a class of 42 She also received the highest mark in the examination Everybody here is proud of her excellent traits and her uperior ability Mr John Barton and Miss Annie Walters were married at the residence of Rev Leonidas Robinson in Newport last week Mr Barton is bookkeeper at tlie Lancaster Mills and a most worthy and honorable young man The bride is an attractive young lady who will the man of her a noble helpmeet Rev J E Wolford formerly pastor of the local Baptist church is making preparations to locate in California His health has been poor and he is the change of climate will agree with him Mr Wolford and his estimable wife have made m any friends Lancaster who regret to give them up but wish them all sue less in their new home 1 HHatin 1 StijVB ij r 0 tIf FirBSflt jj Coal 1 1 tiMrs T of ra California boo general male satisfied in y i Air Ti1i1 J 1 X- tf i i Vase s1- t roc c 1 l r Bryanlsville has i Lancaster sting f i residing I hast r I voter i I 7 choices r K r y rJ V Of local Interest Now for cold weather Circuit Court begins Monday I Eggs as high as a cats back Turkeys are very and high I Look out for the hen house thieves are plentiful Sore throats and bad colds are all too go just now Monday is County Court day and a bigcrowd is looked for If you have not paid your the posted list leave it with us Mon day There will likely be work in the 3rd degree at the Masonic Lodge Tuesday night The bird law expired Sunday and local Nimrods are scouring the coun try killing all in sight The fiarce electrical storm Monday evening did much damage to tele phones but the Bastin Co soon had everything in good order The Stanford and Lancaster boys played football here Saturday the home team winning by almost as big a score as the Stanford boys walloped them receptly Judge M D Hughes is hustling with the town assessment and it completed in a few days Try and out how little you have ana be ready for him A felleT a red wagon a negro guitar picker and a petrified man entertained the loafers Saturday The aggregation coined many dimes and went on their way rejoicing Sir D E Davis who has conducted the barber shop next to Walker Sons hardware store has sold his es tablishment to Bob Archer and will accept a position in the revenue busi VVe have bought the Lancaster Flour Mills and are now prepared to furnish high grade Hour meal and feed We will pay the highest market price for wheat Your patronage is solicited Sanders Walker llGtf mother Dead The citizens of Lancaster and vicini ty extend deep sympathy to Prof Man nix of the Graded School on the death of his mother She died at her home in New Albany Friday a few hours after Prof Mannix reached her bedside Beady For Business The Mason Hotel changed hands Saturday Judge Wm Shmjars and daughters taking charge They went to Cincinnati and bought a set of new furniture for each room the entire house has been papered the windows and doors put in good shape and the place is now in firstclass condition They are setting a fine table and have tine prospects for a good patronage LooK In the Newspapers Dont buy goods until you consult The Records advertising columns The wide awake merchant tells the people what he has and lets you know he wants to sell it and the more up to date he is the more certain you are tosee his ad in a newspaper Horse bills calenders and other cheap John methods are not used by the hustling merchant A Great Success Osteopathy is proving a great suc cess in Lancaster and those who have been treated are loud in praise thereof Dr Sid Isbell is located on Richmond street just below the Baptist parson age and has quite a number of pa tients This is certainly great dis covery and the cures are remarkable Dr Isbell has located here is one of our citizens and The Rec ord is glad to see the Lancaster standing by him Delightful Contest The contest given by the county schools at the Court House Friday night was one of the most enjoyable ever held in Lancaster The young ladles acquitted themselves the other numbers were greatly appreciated The prize went to Miss Agnes Miles of Buckeye The audience as large as was ex pectedbut people dp nut take as much interest as they should Miss Aman da Anderson managed the one Friday night and did so In an able manner Irioven to Emporia In remitting for his paper our friend Mr R L Cochranorders The Record changed from Peabody to Emporia Kansas to which place he has moved lie says This is indeed a The State Normal School with its 1500 or more pupils and the Pres byterian college with its host of at tendants the divers and sundry large city schools make it decidedly a school town And then it is a bustling busy business town I still re member dear old Lancaster and her grand good people for whom my af fection only grows stronger as the years go by God Bless them all Change my address to 709 Exchange street Take due notice and govern yourself accordingly For sale cheap 60000 new brick 2a Homer Baugbauo I are Next 25cts on figure ness respectfully Prof Mamdx permanently people and wasnbt lovely town J scarce will have admirably bustling Danville 1- i Sill Conllndto Uiil We regret to say Gov Bradley is still confined to his bed at his home in Louisville He suffered another backset last week which caused the trouble Look Out Hunter Say Mr Hunter you had better read over theposted list in The Record be fore going on a mans premises The farmers are tired having their stock scared theirgates left open and fences torn down by intruders Ifyou go on a mans place be careful to not injure his property Wild Pigeons Returning Thirty years ago wild pigeons were numerous and each fall they pass ed over in such immense flocks that the heavens were darkened All at once they disappeared and nota pigeon has been seen for a score of years The Jackson News says they have again made their appearance in the mountains this fall Pass the Pulverized Please An exchange gets off the following If men are the salt of the earth are undoubtedly the sugar Salt is a sugar a luxury Vic ious men are stern men are rock salt nice men are table salt Old maids are brown sugar good natured matrons are loaf sugar and pretty girls the fine pulverized sugar Pass the pulverized sugar please Will Announce In Due Time Stanford Journal Why dont you announce your candidacy for Congress in the various papers of the district an I J reporter asked Hon Harve Helm yesterday I want to give the people a little breathing spell We have had politics for months and I know the voters want rest for awhile In due time my announcement will appear in every paper in the 8th dis trict said he A western minister who goes to his church in a carriage on Sunday receiv ed an anonymous letter calling his to the fact that the Lord nev in that manner The minister read the letter from the pul pit and thensaid If the writer will come to me next Sunday properly bri dled and saddled I will be glad to the Lords example and come to church as the Lord entered Jerusalem Jolly Odd Fellows The Lancaster lodge of Odd Fellows gave a delightful supperMonday night in the W C T U rooms The spread was served by the Lancaster Union and was complete in every detail Be fore the banquet the lodge initiated twenty new members into the myste ries of the order the work being done by the Stanford degree team one of the best in the state There were about 25 members here from Stanford and a most enjoyable evening was spent notwithstanding the terrific wind and rain storm outside The Lancaster lodge is one of the the state both in numbers and financially On the Stage A New York says over in Jer sey in the little town of Perth Am boy Carrie Nation and her hatchet made their stage debut The time honored Ten Nights in a Barroom has been chosen as the vehicle which to carry Carrie to fame and fortue and incidentally give aid to the cause of temperance NoOutsiders were allow ed to see Mrs Nation in her rehearsals It is said that worse players have been seen on the stage The piece is staged with very effective realism and the climax is reached when the crusade from Kansas does her smashing act with a real hatchet and real glass As Mrs Nation was born and reared in Garrardcounty as a matter of course she will succeed Proposed New Street County Attorney Jas I Hamilton who recently purchased the Dr property on Richmond street tells The Record he is thinking of a new street to run from the gate in vacant lot just beyond the big yard gate back to the Buckeye pike This would open up some of the best build ing lots in town and as Mr Hamilton says Have a clause in the deed that shall sell his lot to a ne gro and makethe deed invalid unless good people build He says he will give the right of way forty feet wide from Richmond street to Buckeye pike provided the city will grade and metal the street This looks like a good and as more houses are needed we believe the lots will meet with a ready sale They have a natural drainage from the proposed street are high and in the best part of town that is they are away from negro huts Mr Hamilton the proposition isa go Special Land Buyers Excursion Will run to the new lands of Greer County Oklahoma and sections of the great Southwest in November and December via the Frisco System Are you lobking for rich and fertile farming lands in the South west which you can buy from onefourth to one tenth the cost of land of the East and North They produce as much acre for acre Here is a chance to better your condition and add a liberal amount to your pocket book For full particulars and special rates apply at once to R S Lemon Secretary Frisco System emmigration Bureau St Mo tf women saltpeter Well attention errode tochurch strongest- in paper Herring opening nopurchaser oth Louis here Said fellow proposition says railroad F wK J CHARLEY WALKER KILLED A Lancaster Boy Meets A Horrible Death While At Work On The L and N This community was never more shocked than on Wednesday morning when it was reported that Charley Walker had been ground to death under the wheels of a coal train at Brush Creek near Livingston Mr Walker went to work for the L N several years ago and until recently was baggage agent on Capt Groves passenger train which passes at 514 a m and 826 p m This run is very hard on the menand Char ley asked to be transferred to other work He was put on Capt Joe Ar nolds train Capt Arnolds crew goes from Richmond to Brush Creek every night after the cars of coal mined at the latter place They make up their train at Brush Creek and run back to Richmond arriving about days past Mr Wal ker had no only been doing his regu lar work but took the place of one of Capt Prices men who was sick He passed through Lancaster the day be fore his death on Capt Prices train Charley Walker was the second son of the late County Judge William E Walker and was about 28 years of age He was a member of the Presbyterian church of this city and when at home was a regular attendant at the servi ces He was also a member of the lo cal Knights of Pythias lodge He was of a bright disposition very witty and closely observed passing events No one was more ready and willing to do a favor for his fellowman than was Charley Walker nor have we ever known a young man who more thor oughly detested idle gossip and back biting He to his friends and always insisted on fair play in all matters He accepted an humble on the railroad with a view of working his way up and his faithful services would have won recognition from his employers had his life been spared A singular incident which shows his warmheartedness occurred on his last visit home On leaving for his work he remarked to excircuit clerk W B Mason Well goodbyeold man if I dont see you again here I hope to meet you in His body was brought to Lancaster on Wednesday mornings train Fu neral services will be this Thursday afternoon at the residence of his moth er on Richmond street conducted by Rev Chumbley after which the remains will be laid to rest In the Lan caster Cemetery Mr A C Robinson has bought the Prof Patterson property on Richmond street and will reside in town this win ter His sons Messrs Jake and George will run the farm BlS Fire at Ilustonvllle Lightning set fire to the Hustonville exchange Monday afternoon and before the flames could be subdu ednearly every store both hotels and other property was consumed The town was almost completely wiped off the map Jack Adams moves to Town One of the latest and best additions to Lancasters population is Mr Jack Adams and family of Paint Lick who move into our midst this week Mr Adams is one of Garrardsbestknown citizens and The Record extends him the right hand of fellowship The Record will be printed next week on Wednesday and placed post office on that night To do this we will greatly appreciate the favor if you will mail your letters so as to reach us a day earlier This is done to give all hands an opportunity to give thanks eat a big dinner and get a few hours rest Not Open Thanksgiving This office will be closed locked barred and bolted Thanksgiving Day For tbe past few years we have been asked to work all day on some job which could as well be done sooner or later so this year all hands from edi tor devil will be out of town We are only making 37549525 a week out of The Record and this paltry sum does not justify working 365 days a year V To see is to believe and to be con vinced buy your imported China and Jappancse mailings of us We show the largest assortment of Smyrna and Moquette rugs They will please the most fastidious Withers Furniture Co Stanford It Hundreds of fine pictures mirrors Hassock clocks etc arriving for Xmas You cannot miss you have an immense stock to select from Withers Furniture Co It Do need a fine Axminster Mo quette Wilton velvet Brussels Ta We guarantee to save you money and give you the best thats made Withers Furniture Co Stan ford Dont forget the Withers Furniture Co of Stanford yousave money get better selections furnish your house in better taste Our line is clean up todate and full of variety v Our line embraces bed room suites mantle beds bed lounges couches iron and brass beds davenportschiffo niers hat racks english dressers desks centre and library tables pedestals Morris c ha i rs rocking chairs and reception chairs drens chairs invariety If you are in the market for any of mentioned articles we can please you YoP are cordially invited inspect stock Withers Furniture Com pany Stanford It Lancaster Forseveral wastrue position abrighterworld C M telephone To Correspondents lathe ou Inches It It our i severely daylight Stanford eta ladles l- N 1 Treated Them White Nicbolasville Journal The game between the Lancaster High School T S S team was not only full of interest but the cleanest of the sea son No roughness nor marred the game They departed though defeated 40 to 0 with best wish es and praise for our boys and remark ed that their treatment here was in great contrast to that received at The Lancasters are game and are lining up against us once more this season and wish to bring a stronger team If possible to fix a date not conflicting with otherengagements we shall see the teams meet on the girdiron once more in Nicbolasville The home team certainly has improved and each member is playing foot ball Where were our City Police on Sat urday night November lith From halfpast eleven up to nearly one a m a pandemonium of pistol shots yells and break neck driving to and fro on Lexington avenue and Water street made sleep impossible in that vicinity character and extent of it on above oc casion was an outrage The police au thorities are respectfully notified that they will be cordially supported in its hereafter if necessary by the Civic LEAGUE The Annual meeting and Union Ser vice of the Garrard County Bible Auxiliary of the American Bible Society of New York will be held at the Christian church November 29th 7 p m The program as follows 1 Devotional 2 Annual Report of ExecutiveCom mittee and election of officers for en suing year 3 Address by local pastors Subject The Bible in Citizenship Song by united choirs of churches The work of the American Bible in this county branches in every State of the Nation has been for near ly a century the common cooperative of Protestant churches ofevery name its simple platform to print and circu late the Scriptures at cost without comment at home and abroad tbe parent society having been organized in 1811 In the 92 years passed it has through its branches repeatedly every family home in the nation with cost sale and donation of the book where warranted With its British sister society organized 1804 it has also translated the scriptures into over 300 languages and dialect of civilized and heathen countries with demand for ihe volume increas ing from year to year taxing every re source of both societies to meet the call It is a notable impressive that the bookselling trade throughout the world today the saleof the Bible leads all other publications anti unpleasantness Richmond desirous of localityhas repressIOn Society J service Society visited tact Dont Stop to Think But Conic Right AWay 7TTi And get a pair of our QUEEN QUALITY Shoes We have just received a new assortment of Styles The Logan Dry Goods Company i A A w w w A A A A A A A A A A A 1 BUELL BOOTEES rJ II Star Mike Buell Wood Weber C E GodmanExcelsior Plummer FlorsheimLevel Walk Over Drew Selby Smith Stering School House We have the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses and Childrens money can buy Prices to suit all TEL T LOGAN It II II II II II 1111111111111 II 11111111111111111 III II lit I II WINTER SHOES I i I Bhoe th u it ln t tI ItfI nut tt If 11 I SHOES FALL H H y Rid ORL Jy t y 4 y 4 I GET IN THE I HABIT OF VISITING THE Mercantile COMPANY It is very gratifying to us to know our pat areso highly pleas our stock and so many compli on our selec All the latest weaves FineDress Goods The handsomest and BEST line of Ladies Shoes A most superb line of Underwear We defy competition when it comes Cloaks and Wraps We will save you on I Comforts and Blankets But honest goods at liveandletlive prices every day Come and see us THE COMPANY l j j I i I o I 1 TION i Irons tions i I i e I fAKE SALES I L l ooo cwooo os- ti s JOSEPH O 0A 0 O- BRPECT A SATISPAC- L B B toe o money AO 2 4 fI JOSEPH Mercantile 000OAA w t- inV N V CENTRAL RECORD LANDRAM Entered at tticPol Office in Mncarter Ki a SccomlClai Mali Matter Lancaster Ky November 20 7903 Did you know that nearly onefourth of the entire population of the United States was attending school That sounds pretty big but we have the figures of the federal commissioner of education to prove it He reports that in the secondary schools of this coun try there are 18080840 pupils These figures do not include the college and university enrollment 1t does not include the medical and law schools In the common schools alone there are 16000000 children or onefifth of the population of the United States There is no country on the face of the earth which can approximate such a state of affairs There never has been an age in which these figures were In recognizing the republic of Pana ma Uncle Sam recognized that the end justifies the means One must hesitate in giving endorsement carte blanche to this countrys course in matters involving the isthmus but Colombias procrastinating and aroi trary policy in obstructing and delay ing the construction of the canal jus tifies the United States in taking a step that might he questionable under other circumstances The fact that a Chicago man lives after his heart was cut in twain and sewed up simply goes to show that a man can get along without the use of a heart if his gall is in healthy condi tion There are many other ways in which this fact Is proven When an automobilist is spinning over a road at the rate of a mile a his hand involuntarily reaches for the shutoff lever when his eyes en counter the religious warning painted upon a rock Prepare to meet thy GodThe navy department has formally declared that The Star Spangled Banner is the national anthem A stranger from a foreign land who would believe his ears would naturally think Hiawatha Vela that exalted honor The originator of the quick lunch died the other day in New York It would be interesting to know just what happened to him when his became known tojiis many vic tims on the other side of Jordan in the sweet fields of Eden The death from eating green apples of a monkey in the Ringling show in California may unfortunately start the decrepit monkey wrench joke on another farewell tour Dr Charles Parkhurst says that to graft one must suppress greed If the doctor is right the world will have to wait some time before it ob serves the end of graft Until the recent developments in the stock market it was not known that steel was so weak but heres that it will soon be found with its wonted strength FREACHE11SYILLE W D Falkman was here last week businessMr went to Lancaster on business this week J M Cress sold a of hogs to B D Holtzclaw for 440 J C Fox shipped a load of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Miss Kate Ryan was visiting her brother J F Payne first of the week John W Cummins was able to re turn to his work at Tyrone last Mon day Mrs John Creech and son Master Joe were visiting at Brodhead last weekDr Brown and Huey of Stan ford was here firsTof the week bird huntingB and wife of Brodhead have been visiting friends here for a few days G A Brown sold some to James Beazleyof Lancaster for 2 40 per bar rel in the field Mr Noland of Irvine was here last week looking for a farm and bought one on Cedar Creek Walter Jordan who has been with home folk here for some time has gone to Cincinnati to work J L Hutchins bought fat cows from W P White for 2 and 21c also 50 fat hogs from different parties for 4 to 4ic The first Quarterly meeting for this year will be at the Methodist church We first Saturday and Sunday in stop hoping carload corn December LOU approached today minute identity two IWYANTSVILLK TI Ilolconil is Ill the mountains on a hunting trip Mrs J W Owens of port is vis icing her brother Dr Durham Messrs Walker Burnside and Oscar Patton left Tuesday for Indian Terri toryMiss Mayme Lee Ballard will leave in a few days to visit friends in Lex ingtonMr Thomas Baughman of Boyle visited the family of Mr Jack Dunn last week Mr James Leavell had the mjsfor tune to lose a very valuable horse last week of pneumonia Prof Milton Elliott of Lexingnon visited his brother Dr Elliott from Friday until Monday Miss Mattie Mae Leavell visited Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford from Friday until Monday- C C Becker R H Pettus Mrs James Leavell and Mrs Eliza Ballard were in Burgin and Snlvisa last week in the interest of the new bank Misses Ethel Money of Lexington Tevis Carpenter of Stanford and Ma tilda Lear of Paris have returned to their homes after visiting the Misses MaretThe building committee of the new bank have bought the vacant lot ad joining Pettus Bros for the purpose of building They will begin at once and rush until completed They ex pect to begin business the first of Jan uary Miss Bessie Bolton entertainsd a number of her frisnds very elegantly Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Mildred Clark of London Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster is spending this week with her aunt Miss Levy Dunn Parris Hawley sold Fox for 80 W H Furr bought a stalk field of Will Lawson for 4 W B Bennett sold to James Coldiron 67 acres of land for 1250 Mrs Grayson sold her farm to Rev Beard of Whitley for 2200 W H Furr has rented his mill and engines Brock for the year 1904Rev A J Murrell bought Gl acres of land from E H Walker in Flatwoods for 100 W H Furr bought hogs from Syl vanus Ward for 450 a hundred and 5 from Will Lawson at same price W H Furr bought Svlvanus corn crop for 250 barrel for the good corn and i price for the nubbins deliv eredThere will be an entartainment at Lawsons school house the first Fri day night in December All are invi ted to attend STONE Mrs Joe Hicks continues very sick C S Sanders is in the city this week Mr Mat Folger and wife visited rel atives at High Bridge Saturday aud SundayMr Sanders and Miss Jewell visited relatives at Burgin last Satur day and Sunday Mr Isaiah Lane will leave for Ala bama Tuesday where he will make his future home Uncle Lige Simpson has been very low with pneumonia but is some at this writing i Scott Hudson Luck Every horseman entertains more or less of a certain fixed belief in the old adage which says that it is better for some men to be born lucky than richWhat better illustration is afforded of this than the great success which has attended the seasons work of Scott Hudson the well known whose friends here as every where are legion While his stable does not head the lists of winners as stables go the balancing of his books for the year shows a comforta ble sum on the right side of the ledger and according to his reckoning he has won since the Grand Circuit opened at Detroit in July last until the close of the Memphis meeting 43 races which brought in the sum of 75767 50 After all it is not as good ing as be made last year for with the same number of races to his credit he raked in 85450 about 25 per cent of which was won by Rythmic This year the largest winner in his stabe was the roan mare Hawthorne which has him 19135 and this sug gests the curious fact that for the last five years of Hudsons as a driv er he has had one horse which brought for him In races over 17000 which includes Rhythmic Hawthorne Jay McGregor Audulon Boy and Nellie A I B i foal Jn WOODS a horse to J C to Carloe per better ashow brought career s1 4S 4 horseman afar s Granite aad Haiti B We are at all times prepared to offerthe buying public the best in the in the line of Monuments Headstones Markers Posts Coping etc etc 0 Our line of designs are latest and we can also prepare special ideas customers We the lowest prices consistent with the qualities We erect work any where Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STJUBJS2V x 1 r IJ tt DpOi Presented by- our finest array R UAJNTMOJi Mr C Shumate is Mrs Laura A dams is quite sick Mrs Eliza Wallace lias been quite sick Mr J W Adams of Donerail visited relatives here recently Miss Mayme Ramsey has returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs Mary Highland of your is the guest of her mother Mrs Mattie ElyMr James Rucker of Mddlesboro stopped over to see his parents on his way to Stonega Va Mr Jack Adams has moved to The people of this place re gret to a good citizen Married at the home of the brides on the eleventh Mr Oscar Hatnmack of this place and Miss Eva Roy Is ten Mr Campbelle Hammonds a former resident of this place died in Lexing ton on the 14th and was buried In the Paint Lick Cemetery Monday Mr Ollie Terrill who went out west a short back to seek a fortune concluded there was no place like his old Kentucky home and is with us again Mr and Mrs R N Beazley and while out driving a few days ago met with a serious accident The horse became frightened while going down Lowell hill throwing them out of the buggy and cut several ugly gash es on their little boys head It was first though the child would not but it is doing very nicely at pres copper brass rubber and zinc Roger Rucker 3t PaInt Lick A Great Sunday School Gathering Of Kentucky In December of last year a Pastoral Institute was held in Louisville that attracted favorable comment all over America About 500 pastors and pros pective pastors were in attendance and ten States were representated This year December 1518 it is to be repeated on a much larger scale Mar ion Lawrence Int Gen Secy Dr II M Hamlin Dr B W Spilman and Mr W four of the most noted leaders and other Sunday School ex perts of America will be the conduct ors Besides these the Institute will be addressed by the presidents of the three Theological Seminaries of the State Dr S II Green of Washington D C will deliver a course of lectures at the same time at the Baptist and these will be free to all In additition to this the International Educational Committee one of the most important Sunday School Com mittees in America will hold a meet ing here at that time and we will hear from these This brings togeth er ten of our most noted Sunday School workers Surely no pastor can afford not to come But we want it clearly understood that while the Institute is especially for pastors all Sunday School workers are invited and expect edA rate of one fare for the round trip has been asked for Pastors will be entertained free and we are recom mending to Sunday Schools that they send their pastors and pay their way They could not possibly make a better investment Program and full particulars may be obtained by writing the General Sec retary E A Fox Room 19 Louisville Trust Bldg Liuisville Ky Hemp Lexington Herald Between sea sons with scarcely any offerings new hemp is quoted at five fifty last No vembers price On account of the drouth the crop is about thirty five per below the average Old hemp is now only in the hands of deal ers aud on the eastern market as dressedThe demand for properly dressed hemp is in excess of the supply The scarcity of skilled labor is an obstacle to manufacturers In discussing this yesterday Mr W J Lougbridge recall ed conditions of fifteen or twenty yrs ago Then the penitentiary suppli ed a number of skilled hacklers every said he Prison labor was then employed in hemp dressing and Ken tucky prison hemp was much sought after Convicts became trained lers and at the expirations of their terms came to Lexington where fac toriesoffered them ready employment The cry was raised that the occupa tion promoted consumption and the authorities were forced to abandon the work The consumption is erroneous The dust from hemp is a vegetable not injurious to the lungs Mineral dust of course may produce pulmonary trouble In former days negroes work ed to a ripe old age as hacklers with no evidence of consumption This old hackler on whom the manufacturer could depend fifteen years ago has passed away and one must deal with the new generation An inferior quail ity of dressing with onethird the out put per man has been the general Manufacturers are experiencing a dearth in the skill the work demands and a scarcity in workers Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kid ney trouble I tried all sorts of medi cines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bit ters and determined to try that After taking a few doses Ifelt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neigh bors of mine have been cured of Rheu matism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only 50c at McRoberts drug gist 1m I town lose uch entWantedOld t Pastors C Pearce Seminary year it is i sick Lancaster while children recover cent hack argument dust and result C S 3w rY a u rJ Locals Gold fish at Thompsons Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats Bargains in Books etc to make room for Holiday stock at Thompsons I have secured a first class horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best In the county Service SI 10aotf Potts Bros The best place in town to make money Entire stock for sale 925tf Stone Wall Will sell at cost every day until sold out Reason for selling going West 925tf T S Wall with Stone Wall At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn I am agent for Ladies Home Journal and will receive subscriptions and or der the paper promptly Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store tf To close out the partnership of Stone Wall we offer our entire stock of groceries furniture etc at cost It you want a bargain call at onceU25tf Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf All parties going to Indian or Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Have started my mill and will have on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky Coal Coal Coal S Austin Beazley artons old stand carry an stock of coal on hand at all i4nay handle nothing but the and there prices are correct Rin No 104 see what they will do for you ju10tf Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I am ready to receive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson S G C To buy a good farm containing 75 to 125 acres within one to four miles of Lancasteror some other good town Anyone having such property for sale will report at this otlice u13tf Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky new and in splendid repair For information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Dr Sid Iftbeil Osteopath Located on Richmond street Lan caster Ky two doors below Baptist church Lady always in attendance Consultation and examination free Telephone No 61 Osteopathy treats with success all curable diseases tf A FIne Opportunity- As one of the firm has decided to re move to the West we have concluded to close out our grocery furniture and undertaking business in this city and will sell the entire stock in a lump or close it out at retail at once This is the best stand in town and a most de sireabie business Any one desiring to obtain a rare bargain and good invest ment will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Lancaster 925 tf There are no good points about a porcupine character Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation Is no longer necessary Mrs of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved bv Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is for all Throat and Lung by McRoberts Druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m A church membership certificate is not a sleeping car ticket A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to itself even when but slightly dis ordered or Kodol Cure supplies the juices digestion and does the work of tile stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inflamed muscles of that are allowed to heal Ko Dyspepsia Cure digests whatyoueat enables the stomachand digestive to all food into rich blood Sold by FP 1m I I W I Crisp 1 Oklahoma Territories Lumber a mense tint bes p nuted We Lois Cragg dolor natur of organ restand and organs red i Fresh G la t 1t Ss t 0 Everything guaranteed diseases overloaded Dyspepsia doi transform Frisbee y K z Wheat Drills and Grass Seed T B WALKER Now is the time for 2 6 0 We have a full line of Paint and all sizes of Glass Let us have your business jo 1- Y1t4J JI O O O O O O O o Pailltill and I Pnttju inWindow Glass I 0 0 2 I I SONS oosoooooaomoooeomo a t 0 FRISBIE The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest s C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird jfifoTroTroTroTToTfoTroTroTr I POTTS BROS I 0000000000 O 8 I493 o 2v- o 0 o Q o 0 g g 2 o S 2 2 ooooooooooooooooooooooooo s06o0000 040000000 JO 00000000000000000000Q 0o 0 e 90 4 9 9Q 9 Q 8 Oooooo00000000000000000000000000000oooooa ff FLOUR 0 W S BEAZLEY TJ C PARIS Beazley Farisi DentistsJ Office over Thomp Tl nVllle St LADY OR to manage business in this County and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and ex penses paid each Monday direct from Expense money advanced position permanent Address Manager 603 Chicago V 1 I WANTEDTRUSTWORTHY GEN- tleman Feb 01 c ons store headquarters Motion Bldg 1 Drug Store Ii I FEED STORE and EXCHANGE ton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meat Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 3- OUUUJUUUU MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily to Lancaster SALLIED TILLET I and dealers in high Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Ship Stuff Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash Fertilizers SorghumSeed Pop CornCrushed Oyster Shells NEW Handsomest ever brougt anufaeturersof Flolir Screenings Seed Cot A A t LQ wrJ t Leave I Lancaster Trains Not- OlitLlK sM No21- t040 No22 220 r x No11- 826FM Nova t6 co Time in effect Richmond Winchecter Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle Coy Lington etc For Lexington For Stanford Junction Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etcUddle boro Lebanon For Richmond and intermediate sta lionst For Stanford and way stations Trains run dally except Sunday Above 14 HAVING time 10 11 stop at all atv one when flagged I o s l 4i 0 mlf7f rlJf1il l w j lv I 15DAYS SPECIAL CASH SALE 4 coo Yc ot Q oooYo7s oo ooeboa cooo 9 Jo o mommm o ee ooo oor m- Q o II 0 0 o roI Commencing Friday Nov 20 19O3 I I i LANCASTER KY I I so ro j i r QF 10000 pictures at These are such bargains we have sold heretofore 1000 of these pictures in one day 500 prs 104 blankets 150 comforts large size 150 laminated cotton filled comforts 50 doz heavy fleeced mens underwear 50 doz Ladies Vests 100 Ladies Skirts 49cts each 99cts each 149 each each 24ct3 each 100 each lOots each 42 00t oo oOt acts Guns Shot Guns 8 o o Rifles-o o X Cutlery Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those W Arc in Miss Eliza Smith visited Danville relatives Saturday Miss Eliza Anderson is visiting rela tives at Preachersville Mrs Mary Anderson was here for a few days the past week Mr John Barton has been spending a few days in Cincinnati Mr William Price Jr was here for a few days the past week Miss Scott Petty who has been very ill is reported some better Mr Dave Walker has returned from several days visit to Cincinnati Prof was summoned to the bedside of his mother in Indiana Mrs Brewer and son of Harrodsburg are of Mrs William Walden Mr I Hamilton proprietor of the Hamilton House has been quite ill Mrs Hugh Miss Lou Grant have been in Louisville for a few days Miss Jessie Doty entertained very delightfully the flinch club Friday eveningMr G Haselden who has been quite ill for some days is reported very much improved Mrs J F has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Arthur Hub bard of Covington Mrs Sam Johnston entertained Sat urday evening in honor of the teachers of the Graded School Misses Lizzie and Mattie Beazley were charming hostesses at a flinch party Tuesday evening Mesdames Hemphill and Folger Nicholasville have been visiting their brother W A Arnold Miss Gill is visiting her sisters Misses and Helen Gill who attending school at Glendale Messrs Ed Doty Branham Beazley John Walker left Saturday on a expedition in Albany Ky Mr James I Hamilton will leave next week to spend several months in south buying and selling horses Rev William Walden and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a little girlchrlstened Georgia L Walden Miss Cprdie Hamilton was called home from Cincinnati by serious illness of her lather Mr I Hamilton Mrs Anne Doty and bright little son James left Monday for Millersburg I MannIx guests Grantand Stormes I f Mary Martha hunting the o are the BIG WHITE ELEPHANT 2000 yds Hoosier cotton Bets yd This cotton is now worth 5 wholesale and we sell it only to consumers 200 pairs mens pants 100 pairs mens pants 100 boys knee suits 50 pairs boys corduroy suits 1 lot mens corduroy pants All wool carpets 25ct matting to close 100 each 250 worth 400 75ctseach 249 each 100 each 50cts yd 15cts yd OOO00t 00 where they will reside in the future Mrs G M Patterson has returned from the National held at Cincinnati and reports a very profita ble and enjoyable session Miss Anna Noel of Danville had a fall Monday morning which resulted very painful and serious inju ries a fractured hip and severe bruises Miss Minnie Johnson with her pupil Mabelle Burdette spent a few days last week with Mrs J S Johnson Miss Burdette represented Bryantsville In the contest Friday evening Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs G S Gaines will leave for In dian Territory and other western points for a several weeks visit Sir Gaines said if the country suited him better than Kentucky he would locate Mrs Robert Embry entertained the B B cluband other friends Tuesday afternoon in a pleasant manner There was a great quanity of flowers decora ting the house The refreshments of ices and cakes were delightful It was a very charming affair v Mr O W Shugars who has been spending few days at home returned to his office in Lexington Tuesday As stated in a recent issue of The Record he has charge of several counties for a leading insurance company an and lucrative position Danville Advocate Misses Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster and Mae of Garrard county were the guests of Miss Allene Hudson at her home in the country Messrs Graham Price Fox Caldwell and Col lins Sumrall of this city and Fred Frisbie of Lancaster left Sunday for Adair county to spend ten days shoot ingquails Point Pleasant W Va Register Mr IV Steenbergen left Tuesday for near Columbia Mo where he recently purchased a farm He was accompanied by his daughter littlo Miss Sarah and by Mr and Mrs W K Denny who will continue to make their home with him bergen and their younger daughter will join them later The Register wishes them continued happiness and great prosperity in their new home The Record is glad to note the con tinued improvement in the condition of Mrs SS Dickerman whose criti cal illness created alarm among so ma ny She has recovered suffi to be taken to her relatives in N J Mr Dickerman her there this week requested by Mr Dickerman to say to their friends that they fully appreciate the many acts of kindness during her illness and will never forget the careful attention re ceived Shining lives seldom come out of soft v J W C T U Insome probably important RobI- nson at- tractIve Woodland v lIe Mrs Steen ac- companIed mankind I 3 o tomorrow 0 friends Delaware Ware r t Thanksgiving Proclamation Gov Beckham issued the following Thanksgiving Day Proclamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Ex ecutive Department No people on earth have more reason to be grateful Almighty God for His benefactions and bounties than have the citizens of this great republic In less than a century and a half it has grown to be the most splendid nation the world ever saw Beginning its un der grievous difficulties and struggling against powerful obstacles it plac ed itself in the forefront of all coun tries and has taught the human race valuable lessons in the art of ernment In progress in development in civilization and in the betterment of mans Peace plenty and prosperity have been given our people and it is therefore a praiseworthy custom that national recognition and individual gratitude should be given Him from whom these favors have comeIn conformity to this custom I Thursday November 26 1903 as a day of thanksgiving and rest thro out the Commonwealth of Kentucky that our people true in the spirit of this institution and thankful for their many blessings may lay aside for the day their worldly customs and give praise to the great and good author of all our happiness Let Kentuckians praise Him not alone for the grand eur of our nation but also for the and prosperity of our own great CommonwealthLet in immitation of the Pharisee and hypocrite thank Him that we are not like other people but let us in humble gratitude to joice that our State is not surpassed by any in the Union and that its are as good brave as generous and as patriotic as any on earth In testimony whereof I have set my hand and caused the great seal of the Commonwealth to be affix ed Done at Frankfort this the 13th day of November 1903 and in the 112th of the Commonwealth J C W BECKHAM Governor By C B HILL Secretaryof State A Ran war Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of S B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer to doctors and remedies for four Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at McRoberts Diug Store 1m Those things are not worth seeking that are not worth keeping There Is cough medicine so popu tar as tfoleys Honey Tar twins no opiates or poisons and never fills to cure CC JEStormes 1m Boom for Several comfortable rooms Posses given January lat Mrs EMma aaotf existence has ap- poInt success HImre people as hereunto years and n Xnban I self unyielding It Seek lion x rr y7 ru y I I I 0 0 Tgn OO X P OOOOO OOOOO Deep cut in all wool Dress Goods yd54inch54 inch Zybalines 74cts yd 1 lot Zybalines all colors 49cts yd 1 lot short end dress goods to be closed at one half price We own all rubber goods 25 per cent less than we couldbuy them now they all go at old prices oot tOO I I 1i Remember the commencing date Friday Nov 2O Everything sold absolutely as advertised No ex change of goods in this sale or returns and pictures and all mens goods must be taken without wrapping This sale absolutely closes Dec 1903 3 IE3L B T S O 3 T STOCK of CLOTHING BOOTS and SHOES m 6 1 ltfJfJlJtJJtWl W JlJl X I1 o o A FULLoK o o CQ000OO boooo o o ono oe goo o o ooo moo o ooo K F POSTUE HEATING STOVES vvWI fI I L A B PRO IHs BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS rr c Z42 o H OLz PocketKnives Carving Sets l J Razors ScIssors WOVEN WIRE FENCE r 4040c r0oo000044oOOOO- l a t NEW GROCERIES Evaporated FruitsCanned Goodsa- nd in fact everything nice to eat Apples Oranges etc Fresh Best Cigars in M I I I Bread Daily H M L BALLOU Old and New A A A A A A 0 SCHOOl Books SON Supplies MCROBERTS DRUGSTORE LEWIS Y LKAVELL Presidentf J 80 1Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 Tile CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER 1TF CAPITAl ft SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O C D WAUOER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B P Hudson T J Walker Arnold t 110 RiONKY Asst Cashr Ii TM iU it tie S e e lIe i a w x I- c r Oi There is a form of weakness to which women are which is responsible for muchgeneral illhealth and unhap pin s it is known as female From this local cause can be traced the slow advance of failing health which not infrequently leaves the woman a chronic No woman should allow womanly diseases to progress without proper treatment The is that these diseases progress often because of im proper treatment Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription can be reliedon as a safe and sure cure for womanly diseases It establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women well My health is the best now that it has been for four years writes Mrs Phebe Morris of Ira Cayuga Co N V Box 52 I have t 1II11 iJtf J D subj t j weakness I I ft if have not got Dr In stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid 3100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing yourDru gist RodgersRheumatic Remed 1 n c s taKen but two time advice to all are troubled with is to take Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical the most wonderful Weak and s5ck women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address R V Pierce Buffalo N Y welL Accept no for tile medicine which works won ders foe weak women Keep the bowels healthy by the timely use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets bottles of your medicine Favorite Prescription and Medical Discovery These medicines have done me more than all that I have taken I could do work abouthaif the time and now Jcan work all the time for a family- of four Before I took your medicines I was sick in bed nearly half the female weakness Discov ry Favorite Prescription makes weak women strongsick women 3 tt Barnes at West Liberty Evangelist George O Barnes is hold ing a meeting in the court house at West Liberty He says he is going to preach eight sermons in every county in this State and has now preached in fortylive counties He is attracting large crowds Tnrkejl Scarce Local buyers and shippers are paying 10 to 12 cents per pound according to quality for live turkeys the highest prices in many years Before the opening of the season conditions an average crop but since the buyers started out in the principal turkey grow ing sections show that the supply is smaller than it has been for many years past It has also been discovered that on ly a small per cent of the crop is yet ready for market and in most cases buyers are advising fowners to hold their turkeys for a week ortwo longer hiving them every opportunity to ma ture This condition will further curtail the supply for Ehitnksgiving and carry a large per the crop over to the Christman maVket UpToDate TaJkU KiS The fools are not all deadjek said the angry husband Im of it dear caimly replied the half of the combination never iflid look well in black LOWELL Nig Kuikendoll is very sick pneumonia Mrs Fado Parkes and son are visit ing here mother Ross at FlatwoodsLast the horse of R N Beaz ley got frightened while coming down the long steep hill here he ran and kicked all the way down when Mr B rued him into the fence to keep him from going over a high bank the oug gy turned over throwing his wife and two children out the oldest child was hurt very badly the rest escaping with a few bruises The remains of Campbell Hammonds wbolived here for several years were shipped to Paint Lick Sunday night and burled at old Paint Lick Mr H has been in the Asylum in Lexington for several years The new hemp machine at the Ar buclcle place is doing the work all O K They are breaking Mr Ruckers makes tow out of all the lint and is then ready for twine it will knock hemp breakers out here this winter The little 18 months old child of Bertrand Spratt died Monday morn ing at 4 It fell while playing and hurt the back of its head last Sat urday evening d I ith MrsDave hempit oclo lc developments Liil cntof tie t Rev W M StalliiiRS is assisting in a protracted meeting at New Market Mrs Lizzie Rice of Iledgeville and Mr A J Rice and family were Sunday by Mr John Simpson and family Miss Georgia Dunn attended the WhiteDuty nuptials at Paint Lick WednesdayMadams II Bogie Sallie Fox T I Herring and Miss Sallie Herring were in Danville shopping Saturday Mrs H D Aldndge entertained sev eral ladies at dinner Tuesday Mrs James Owens and two handsome little daughters Christine and Mar guerite of Barbourville is spending several weeks with friends and rela tives in Garrard Several from here attended a din ing given by Miss Lizzie Marcellus Tuesday The ladies of the Fork church will have an supper at the Thanksgiving night All cordial ly invited Admission 25c H D Aldridge and Ti Herringhave sold several loads of corn to Danville parties at 250 per barrel in the field entertained at oyst r MAItKSBU17 parsonage JABEAZLEYGO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be the town Prices low The Record From Now Until JANY 1st 1905 For Only 1 D L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law QA Life insurance policies bought A f for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress In the Eight District to succeed 6 Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support is earnestly sollcl ted tf For Supt Public School Mrs Maggie B Gulley is candleate for Snpt of Public Schools in Garrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf 40 to 50 bushels of Blue Grass Seed home stripped W B Denny tf Point Leavel Ky Several seed wheat also rye and barley A B Marksbury Son I foundin I III O 0 2 Hon- G For Sale i For Sale j i i I f ff I I I on the 3rd a son i Tiirrnijn SUihncr visaed the hpmefolks Sunday Air Hacklier frTm near high Bridjf friends Sunday Mrs II C Spoonamore is wilbjier fit her Mr Isaac Hamilton ol your cilyl Mrs Maria Lane will leave this week o spend several weeks in Danville vith her sons A T Scott and C M Scott have dis solved partnership The former is now sole proprietor Mrs Fred Walton of Louisville has returned tcf her home after a visit to her mother Mrs Amarjda Lane Clarence Preston went last week where he will proba lily remain in the telephone business Mrs John Christ phor and daughter Maggie of Lexington have been the guests of Christopher and L D Scott MAMMOTH IIOLLIUAY EDITION The December Delineator Number represents the highwa ter mark of beauty and utility and possibly of circulation also In a wom ans magazine having a first edition of more than a million copies It con tains 240 produce this edition 728 tons of paper and 41 presses working 25 days were required In addition to exquisite color work clever fiction and strikingly illustrated articles the number includes a dis play of charming winter fashionscov ering fortytwo pages letters front the foreign fashion centres and articles on the fashionable fabrics and trimmings millenry etc Among the noted contributors are Richard a delicate romance A Wedding Ring in the Garden con taming lyrics in the authors best veins W A Fraer with an Indian tItle the Net Leo Albert Bigelow Paine with a delightful sketch found ed on the foibles of the collector liar riett Prescott Spofford with a love story of unusual interest Andrew Lang with a clever travesty on the usual fairy tale and Gustav Kobbs with an interesting paper describing the life of Mine Emma Eames inlier Italian home with her portrait in There is also the third of the Evolution of a Club Wo man the piquant narrative of clubdom by Agnes Surbridge and a remarkable photographic article by J C Ilemment There are many beautiful art features among them four pages in colors Babyhood Childhood and Motherhood the work of Bernard J Rosomeyer For the chil dren there are entertaining stories and for the housewife many practical suggestions in cookery and other departments of the home for the Christmas season n 202t A Policeiniiug Testimony J N Patterson night policeman of Nashua la writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried half dozen advertised cou h medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any bene tit A friend reccommended Foleys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me 1 consider it the greatest medicine in the world C C J E Stormes lui Saving of Seed Corp The following bulletin has just been issued by the Department of at Washington There is nothing of more importance to the farmers throughout the belt of the United States than the quality of seed corn The Bureau of Plant Industry of the United States Department Agriculture states that in the northern part of this area precautions are always necessary in saving seed on account of the short season and the consequent difficulty In getting seed which is fully matur ed In a season like the present these conditions hold good larger area than usual Most of the corn is in the field at the present time and if not it at least contains large per centagej of moisture If this moist corn is left in its present condition until after cold weather the freezing will kill a large part of the seed and the planting of this poor seed will mean a thin stand next year Where the seed corn has not already been obtained it should be selected at once Pick out only thoroughly matured ears or if none can be found that are thoroughly matured take the ripest to be had Husk and put in a dry well ventilated place kept at a temperature of from 75 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit and let them remain there until the seed is thoroughly dried and cured After it has been dried it should be stored where it will remain reasonably dry ana cool It is only seed contains a large per centage of moisture that tIme germina tion is injured by freezing If a little trouble is taken now in selecting and caring for net years seed the stand and the consequent yieldwill be great Iy increased In allcases seed should be tested for germination a short time before plant ing and only such seed planted as is found to be in the best tests can be made easily and oft en more conveniently at home but the Seed Laboratory of the States Department Agriculture so far as its working force will allow is prepared to make tests for corn grow ers without charge- S IMPORTANT POINTS 1 Select fully matured seed or at least lAne ripest that can be obtained 2 Bring the corn from the held be fore freezing weather and it In a warm dry ample ventilation until thoroughly dried Store a place Test for germination before plant 1 rr f fI i Hclr lIenl urrttt 0 was with to Georgetown Christmas page 1o mammoth illustrated Le Gallienne colors Installment representing Girlhood atJeast a Agriculture corn spec- Ial vera Immature a when time S conditio- nS United place 4 nt i J 1iEUNAEit I r i Mrs Thus with games and s S t L vMis iVcljiiIpyj 7r joureliv uss with her mother Mrs John Lnckev las week KIis3Kthjl your city was the attractive grrcst of blIss Llilie Warner Kuudiy J B Sawiders sold his house and lot to Mrs Mug Gulley for S750 Misses Emma Layton Cleo Royce Pearl and Kate Ilariim guests of Misses Ethyl and Irene Sadler Sunday Aunt Bottle Layton has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Will Broaddus of Marksbury Misses Bottle West and Carrie Sao ders were among the visitors at this phtce recently Miss Maud Atkinson and sister Miss Flonnie Catron Sunday From personal I testify that De Witts Little Early Riser are unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength antI energy and do their work with ease W TEaston BoerneTex Thousands of people are ushfg these tiny pills in preference to all others because they are so pleasant and ef fectual They cure billiousness tor pid liver jaundice sick headache con stipation They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by F PFrisbie is the master key to all hearts Dr William Wilder Taylor of CGth St New York is responsible time statement that Time Reynolds PharmaceuticalCompany manufacture a tablet that will cure any disease such as gout rheumatism etc upon uric and acid Doctors and druggists will be furnished with free samples by mail or express pre paid by addressing Reynolds Phar maceutical Co Liberty BlQg New York N CIIIKACAKS The Henderson Louisville Ky Oct 29 1903 The traveling public will be pleased to learn of the latest innovation in the way of comfort in travel for its which is now being offered by that most popular lIen derson Route which road has been rightly termed t a e Kentuckians Official Route to time West and South west It has just been announced from tIle general offices of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway that they now have in service on their night trains between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars which have just been received from time shops and are a revelation in the car builders art The cars are strictly uptodatefirst class palaces of travel on wheels and this is only one of the many sur prises which are promised the public for Worlds Fair travel by the lien derson Route Among other advantages offered in these highly finished cars a few of the most important points only are They are solidly vestibuled and are furnished with sixtyfour reclining chairs which arc upholstered in green plush in addition to snack lug and toilet rooms the smoking rooms being finished throughout in leather They are also fitted up with triple trucks which feature will do away witl the jerk jar and strain in cident to travel in the ordinary rail way coach and insures a smooth ride This should prove more than a popular feature in train to the traveling public and we can only suggest that in traveling you get the Henderson Route habit n36 Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAUD CIRCUIT CounT Savanah Dunn Plff vs x Charley Dunn c Dfts By vjrtue of Judgment of the Gar rand Circuit Court rendered at its Term 1003 in the above styed case 1 will oh MONDAY NOVEMBER 231903 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky to the highest and best bidder the following property in Garrard county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek near Bur detts Knob and bounded as follovvs Beginning at a stone corner to Floyd running with a due North 35 poles to anorther stone near a and elm post thence S GU W 14 poles to a stone thence South 44 poles to a stone corner to said Floyd thence East 17 poles to the beginning four acres roodand poles TERMS The sale will be made on acredit of six 6 months bond with good will be required of the for the purchase money the undersigned bearing G percent upon which execution may issue If bond Is hot paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER raster Cpmr Garrard Circuit Court PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to move to Ow ensboro Ky I will on SATURDAYS NOV 28 1903 sell or rent nice residence consist inuor a dwelling with nice rooms two Halls Veranda and two kitchens and cellar smoke house arid necessary outbuildings Also two large barns on the place and of land Any one desiring a beautiful home will do well to call on the undersigned and seethe property BEBTKAM SPKATT Lowell Ky V 6td V 1 5 rft est AJf visited n A Good expel ience tc IU IU 46 N dependent Y LItEE U1CL1NINC First patrons railroad lhe mention d comfortable August sell bed towit Marion road containing 33 security purchaser payable- to paidhavingmen t bacco 31acres novo c 0 M1tiAIfY were Naitie un- Kindness fox niL lvays beautiful serv- Ice S S downstairs S I S fed iniliiiiiiilru lsoft fipirided in tin public prlnts as a ixirrit it cx ttupi the evil aUmiditntoii the i f But liilltidiinirvsurenii time only 0103 who arcssfliictecl bad stomachs The proportion is grferlprjimiirnf tlte rs nypisl and are aiiit it these people iiful tlniy suffpr far worse tortures than the millionaire unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive ywirs August Fiower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect It tones and Vitalizes the system and makes lffevorth Trial bottles 2uc regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 If a man has no ear for music uecan I at least use it for a pon rack ClimulicCiirea The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn Time poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Svruu so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless the exhaustion due due to coughing time greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can lie prevented or stopped by taking Ger man Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will timid that of the thous ands o consumptives therer the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 01 Many a is compelled to keep his word because no one will take it When the worst comes to the worst it is up to us to make the best of it Foleys Honey and Tar lor coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and C C J E Stormes 1m Successful political orators say things that sound well and mean nothing Cured oflIlcs Allcr 10 Venue Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him perm nently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the packages all others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by F P Frisbie 1m It takes more than a visit from his wifes mother to make a man happy A Itcmurkable Cure One of the most remarkable cases of a cold on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenncr Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Min ute She says The and straining so weakened me that 1 ran down in weight from 113 to 02 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail untjl 1 used Onp Mjnute Congh Cure Four bottles of this remedy cured me entirely of the cough strenthened my lungs and re stored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by F P Frisbie1m 0 A man would never discover that his wife had a temper if she didnt lose it Doesnt IEeni ect Oltl Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in tIme case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how and irrespective of old age Dysoepsia Jaundice Pe v e r Constipation nil yield to perfctt Pill 25c at Mc Roberts Drug 1m The less brain power a man has the more lung power he is likely to Auxloim Moments Some of the most anxious of a mothers life are those when the little ones of the household have the croup There IsTio other medigine so effective in this terrible malady as Foleys lion ey and Tar It is a household favorite for throat and lung troubles and as it contains no opiates or other poisons it can besafely given C C J E Stormes 1m POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to itll not to trespass upon our lands fqr hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of S F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lncien Perkins VL Lawson DayidStephejis W M Mahan Mrs N BAnderson R ABeazley Milt Ward Wm Lear T L Broajjdus Alex West Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs J H West W IL Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White Davidson Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill L J S Daniels W A Burton Hemphill J C Hemphlll Leslie ITarber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister lum nnir liilUnit I The weal h t wli I Ifa I i lid igtstiin en- tIre Jiv- Ing 1m German n hts and 10 man I deepseated Cough Cure coughing wonderful 1 severe this Store generate n hours persons thelaw J W Walden y 1iwonmimtt5tttumuIm tttbir 4t PUsi tim nemtt rail ptii digestion no tullitter WimImt yotirstatidim sure 455 warn- Ing tntca ECJVS i jLgMgJ rirs HWZ3 CtiSt J VIiSTSW ccL J tuL f T ii only kiiSvM ctii ly taurea vi life aad iiuices tlie blood si yoi u j jiiit mtro lucid in Liticaster Ky by R E McRobcrts I It is blood medicine it cures all diseases and sing from impure jtood A pyjitivTectire for R eiVnitism Scr fui Cjtarru ft na baldi ap tii syc n ixre c cvks uti slp strong ami MAKES THE BLOO1 YUUNG READ TIIE EVIDENCE Mrs Susan of Malvern Ohio writes I had or one ye ir and a considerable por tion of the time so hid I coul I scarcely vilk My ankle was so swollen a great deal of the time I could Scarcely get on my shoes My limbs were numb and suffered continually I tried a great uiiiij remedies but was unableto get relief until I tried LIFE PLANT I took lour bottles and was entirely cured It is a gnjat remetlj The Lite Plant Co Dear Sir I write this as an open letter and for the benefit of those who are suffering with that painful disease Rheumatism time I was confined to my I tried most everything that P was parseribid or recommended to me I was finally induced ft to try LIFE PLANT After taking one bottle I was able to be 5 around I hive up to this time taken three bottles and I feel as will and free from Rheum itism as though I never had any I am now in my 72d year and am able to do all my own work Trusting that this letter of recommendation will induce some sufferers of Rheumatism to try LIFE PLANT for it cannot be I praised toojiighly I remain your truly I JIrs J W Williams Waynesburg 0 March 7 1902 j Mrs Mary J Saitt of Cambridge O says I have been afilicted with Rheum itlsm for some time located in different parts of the bo ly I was not able to get relief until I took LIFE PLAN T TVJ bottles did the work I can heartily recommend it to all afilicted with Uheumatism Hon H H Potter New Philadelphia Ohio speaks in the following emphatic terms of the curatives properties of LIFE PLANT I have used LIFE PLANT as a family medicine for two years I can heartily endorse it as a most valuable and remarkable reins iy In fact its use proves to be all that is t claimed for it It is truly a medicine of merit G2tth2l3S3T FLRST LEFE PLNT is the best Get it T quick Minf by THE LIFE PLANT CO Canton Ohio For sale R E McRob erts And dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who right to sell you whisky We Have a Right to Sell And You Have a Rigbt to Buy it From Us READ OUR PROPOSITION will send you one full quart of 10 yearold either Ilye or IJnnrlion Whtclcejviilcely in plain bax for 10 two quarts for four quarts for 2i and we ulll pay all charge It will cost you jut S ceuts to send us either one or two dollar Iud 5 cents to send us 323 vla iostofiiceiiiouey order thus you get a quart of tenyear old Whlsky ubsolutely lure for just the same price you pay fur n bad ompoiindcnlled whisky which is dangerous to your health And if you buy four quarts you get itvat 81l cts a quart or we will you ono gallon of sixyearold whisky guaranteed ulisolutely pure nicely packed In plain for i50 two gallons for 4 W three gallons for J33 a four gallon jug for S Charges paid by us nearest office You ought to have whisky In your house your doctor will tell you that wlil ky is the best nnd least harmful stimulant that you can use and Is better than drugs Think of the of a sudden attack of toothache cramps colic or neuralgia in the dead hours of night and no doctor near no whiskey in the house what would a few ounces of whisky be worth to you such nn fwrntlnii Forewarned 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