You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central Record: n. Thursday, November 26, 1903. Central Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1903 cen1903112601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central Record: n. Thursday, November 26, 1903. Central Record. Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 1903 J t NflJUJJ 8 f THEir0U1tTEENT1t TEdR I 4 lleatiu j t t Fire f t flral Mantles and hot t a- r t Air Tinf i a Stoves Heaters f Sets1Lltr grates at roclt t tom prices JI RIhsIdeo1 JABEftZLEYG FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line PURNITmiE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVICSON C Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums s of S500 and upward C Up at a Target The Winchester Democrat says when a man becomes candidate for ofllce he becomes a legitimate subject for truthful criticism and his past which is the surest indication of his present fitness or unfitnesgfor the place to which he aspires is mately before the public for criticism and comparison If a man is afraid of the truth or if his personal or politi cal record will nut Lear the most rigid investigation he should nut a candidate for otliee I Old Jtlaaonic ICiru The ojd building on the corner of Fourth and Jefferson street burned Friday about 4 oclock a m i The Masons recently disposed of the building and erected a much farger and handsome one The Grand Sec retarys office had recently been mov ed so the Uraft will lose nothing by the fire though loss owner is quite large The theatre was used Vaudeville and a troupe lost all their effects in the tire The stainvay leading to the auditorium made the place dangerous and it is indeed when there was no show the building S We never trouble ourselves abuother tores prices We keep busy by cutting our own The Logan Dry Goods Co o f o o o RQ C I record becom Jti for d on iq t j 1 2 1 t II t ooooo ooo- O C i t r omcoooooo o ooooo00 r J n k Masonic f tOpresent f t very fortunate tlie lire rr v II rr THANKSGIVING SERVICES The Union Thanksgiving services will be held at Presbyte rian church beginning promptly at 1030 A at The sermon I will be preached by Dr E H Pearce of the Methodist church j and the music will be in charge of the united choirs of the city O I PROGRAMME II Doxology The Congregation Invocation Rev C M Chumbley The Choir J Governors Proclamation g Hymn America The Congregation X i Scripture Reading and Prayer Rev F M Tinder Mrs Juliet Rogers O Hymn Theres a Wideness in Gods Mercy The Choir 6- o Sermon Dr E H Pearce X- o Anthem The Choir S Offering for the City Poor g Hymn God is Love The Congregation X- o Benediction Dr E H Pearce 1 3x S S SS S S 8x it r Anthem Vocal Solo 0f Local Interest Go to church today Preaching today at 1030 Give thanks unto the Lord The slaughter of quail continues Have you anything to be thankful for Dont mix thanks with too much eggnog today Chicken thieves are playing havoc with the roosts around town A load of bird shot will stop this Advertising pays An Ohio dentist advertised that he could fill teeth without requiring the patient to quit talking and the women are flocking to his oflice in droves Most of the stores closed or let their clerks out today Some fellows would not close even on Sunday if the law didnt compel them The dollar is all some people think about Gee what a roast in the great T oPreacu ut Baptist Church Rev J L Owens of Somerset will preach at the Lancaster Baptistchurch Sunday and Sunday night Dec 13 with a view of becoming pastor All members and friends are requested to be present Big Sale at Hlclimond The real estate market in is unusually active and a number of valuable pieces of property have changed hands Maj C F Bur nam has sold a farm on Silver Creek for 8000 J E Greenleaf has sold his residence property onMain street to Mrs Mary B Clay for 5000 J W Crook Saturday sold his house on the cor ner of Main street and Parish avenue to Maj Burnam for 84000 Almost Fourteen Jlonths If you will send this office one dollar we will send you The Record from now to January 1st 1905 almost four teen months This will hardly pay for the raw paper but as a special in ducement will make the offer so you can get acquainted with The Record and become one of our patrons This is an exceptionally fine offer Take advantage n272t Residence Burned The handsome residence of Mr S S Dickerman was burn ed to the ground Sunday night As stated elsewhere in this issue the family are up East and there was no one in the house When discovered I it was ready to fall in The entire contents went up in smoke making the loss a severe one Some think the house was robbed and set on fire A Heavy Loser Ills many Lancasterfriends sympa thize with Rice Benge our former townsman who lost every dollar he had by last weeks big fire at Danville Tle insurance rates are so high over there it is claimed that many people have dropped their policies Rice is an energetic fellow howeverSnd with any show at all will soon get another i it A crowd of gentlemen sitting in McRoberts drugstore were talking about hunting when the way the game is slaughtered came up None could understand why some hunters those who claim tq be sportsmen too would continue to shoot and kill every bird or rabbit in sight after he had a mess It certainly is why this wholesale desire to slaughter why a man wants to completely every bird or animal com inky in sight Some men frequently shoot down a and leave it lay there when some poor fellow who needs the rabbit for meat could come along andprofit by killing it You frequently hear hunters brag about killing fifty or seventyfive birds when in they should be ashamed of it While this spirit continues of course game will bescarce We can you some big values in Mens and Boyss Suits and The Logan Dry Goods I I i 2t on out at Bryan tsville prevails exterminate 1 r hereafter recently Mart Why strange rabbit fact show Overcoats r t Just at present a good bird dog is as valuable as his weight in gold There are not many good ones to be had Capt Everett Sorrell as clever a conductor and nice a gentleman ev er punched a ticket ran 10 and 11 sev eral days this week while Capt Grove rested Depot Itobbe The L and N depot was robbed of about 15 in money and a lot of Monday night There is yet no clew to the thief but the company will keep hot on his trail until he is found Court May Monday was cold and disagreeable but a fairly good crowd came in Stock was slower than ever known only a very few sales being made The had a good trade the biting winds bringing about a demand for overcoats and heavy clothing The recent ram has put several feet of water in the water works dam The quantity caught goes to prove that it will fill during the winter and it now seems the scheme is a success to the satisfaction of the grandest old granny among the kickers Advice to Country Boys Young man do not take up the stu dy of medicine or law unless you are certain that you are fitted for carving out for yourself a brilliant future in that profession About 12500 graduates are being turned out by colleges each year while there is need of only about 2500 according to one of our most distinguished Better stay at home on the farm where brain brawn and energy will always win its own record The well to do farmer of today is the most man on the green footstool Bath Bounty World Railroad Meu IIerc The following railroad men from the Division attended the funeral of Charley Walker Mr Anderson J J Hardy Ed Smart Capt Everett Blake L Quinlan Harry Lyons Alex Tingle Charley Dudley J C Hammond W G Ratliff Capt Phil Price Jas Mernaugh Capt Joe Arnold R 0 Vaughan and wife They brought several beautiful floral designs and conducted services at the grave Char ley having belonged to one of the rail road mens orders The grief of these men over Charleys death was plainlY noticeable and the many good words said of him showed how well he stood with his fellow workers The Wheat Acreage A meeting of leading mill men and gram dealers representing nearly every grain producing section of the State was held at Louisville Thursday after noon The object of the meeting which was called by Allen Zaring of Richmond Ky was to ascertain as near as possible the acreage of planted in Kentucky this year and to hear reports as to the general condi Lion of the crop over the State From reports given by those in attendance it appears that about an average of wheat has been planted and that the crop is generally in good con dition so far Those who attended the meeting had been requested by letter some weeks ago to inform themselves as to wheat acreage and to the condi tion of the crop Big Fire at Danville Last Friday morning about 2 oclock a disastrous fire visited Danville wip ing nut nearly all the block on Fourth street opposite the Clemens House Following are the losses Rice Benge livery stable 5000 Weisiger Bros owners of the burned buildings 10000 Kentucky Supply Company feed etc 10000 Mills building lOOd Adlers harness store 400 Hawkins snooting gallery 200 Southern 500 A Coulter grocery v 400 The insurance all told will nbt amount to 3000 Come Tuesday Wednesday Thurs day Friday and you will avoid on Mondays and Saturdays 2t The Logan Dry Goods as upI Goad Start medical practitioners K C SorrellJno wheat tickets merchants independent W acreage Japress Company and thrush Co- Y l e Hamilton bought the Moss place on Stanford avenue Price 1100 Will Embry sold to Dave Thompson Dick Bustle a 5yearold harness horse for 150 were pistol shots in town night Look nip this in the bud Dont let the hoodlums get full sway again The C W B M auxiliary of the Chris tian church will hold a silver on afternoon and evening of the 2Cth at the Rest Rooms Further particulars next issue Interesting Lecture Miss Mosher who is the guest of Mrs G M Patterson delivered a lecture at the Christian church Sunday evening She js prominently identified with the National W CTU and her talk along this line was one of the best and most timely ever in our little city Display or Porcelain Miss Sallie Elkin will have her sale of decorated porcelain at the Dec 17 18 arid 19 This to be the largest sale she has ever had both as to quantity and quality Do not make all your Christmas until you see her work On last afternoon the 10th of this display the ladies of the will have a bazaar td Dr Snowden Located Dr John A Snowden has finally de to locate at Kirksville Madison county This gentlemen stands high as a physician and is one of the most genial cheerful Christian gentlemen we have ever known His removal is a distinct loss to our county and we commend him to the people of his new home as one of the most valuable to their number they have Democrat Dont Be Dlaagreeable Cheerfulness is a duty one owes to ones self as well as to ones neighbors for nothing unfits one for the duties of life or so quickly brings on premature old age as a morose temper says the Brooklyn Eagle There are plenty of artificial aids to cheerfulness within the reach of who has real or imaginary cause for ill humor or acongential tendency to surliness When things dont go right or our lives is guilty of duty systematically to achieve good humor by repeating over and over the best funny stories or bits of humorous poetry you know If conscientiously administered this pre scription is an infallible remedy for the most acute fit of blue devils If you doubt just try the experiment Much Money Invested From time to time the Scientific American issues special numbers de voted to one particular subject which is treated with the fullness that we have come to expect from this The last of which has just been issued is devoted to Modern Aids to It presents In a most way information about an art which plays an important part in the daily life of the people but of which very little if anything is popularly known The astounding proportions which the printing industry has in this country may well be when it is considered that in 1900 the value of the finished product of the printing press was 347000000 The total capital invested was 202 517072 In this particular number the editors have taken care to describe what has been done within recent years in a manner which will surely be understood by the general public Think of This Did you ever think of the fact that a dollar sent out of town is forever lost to this community Did you ev er think of the fact that the dollar you send away was made oft someLan caster man Did you ever think of the fact the money spent in Lancaster remains among your friends and that you will have another chance to make it back Did you ever consider the fact that if you go broke and want to ask for credit for sugar and coffee or a suit of clothes that you will have to ask a Lancaster man to accommo date you Did you ever think of the facttuat if you steal something you will ask the Lancaster paper to say nothing about it or if you die you want the Lancaster paper to say you were the best man on earth If you will think of these things in their true light as plain facts you will certainly resolve to stand up for your town and obey the command Love thy neigh bor as thyself There are a few men in Lancaster who should have branded in tte most appropri ate spot their body the state United we stand divided we fall Possibly you have a good position now or have cash to your credit Oh well I dont ask the community any oddst I can pay for what 1 get and go where 1 blanked please Yes possibly that but men have lost their jobsand men have lost their money and when they do hit the they do so with the dull thud you read of at hangings Better treat every body right act up on the square and if you do meet with reverses you have friends who will help you to pull out This is a little Thanksgiving advice over which you will have time to ponder today H Clay B F It There outand reception Saturday delivered W C T U accessions hadWinchester ordinary everyone neglect- of s t r i v e publication these special numbers Printing reached conceived It business on motto paying It tt Isso r Saturday splendid Rest- Rooms promises purchases ever attractive earth will i tt i K Clever Work They may grow shrewder fellowsthan County Attorney James I Hamilton but no one in this section has ever seen the man who can down him when he sets his head to accomplishanything After the depot robbery reported elsewhere in this issue Jim concluded to catch the thief He susplcloned a Chute negro named Anderson Sut ton known as Ugs Obtalningsev eral clews Mr Hamilton invited Ugs to his office and boldly accused him of the crime Ugs concluded to run a bluff jumping up used insulting language to Hamilton and threatened to pull a gun Jim quickly hit the negro a blow which sent him to the floor knocking him down repeatedly finally proceeding to neat the face off the coon This had the desired effect and Ugs not only confessed to the depot robbery but said he was the duck who tried to enter Batsons store a few nights ago and told all about that devilment Ugs is now in jail doubtless packing his trunk for an ex tended visit to friends fort penitentiary where the present term of court will insist upon his go ing A few more such riddances and the town will be better Circuit Court Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge M CSaufley on the Dench and Commonwealths Attorney John Sam Owsley present The Judges charge to the grand jury was along the usual lines but he dweltat length up on the violation of the election laws the buying and selling of votes and said the man who bought the vote was no better than the poor devil who sold He urged the jury to look into this matter and return indictments against every guilty party Follow ing is list of the grand jury S W Poor foreman Nath Bogie C KPoin dexter J H Posey J M Vanderpool Jno W Teater Josiah McCulley W H Fain R A McGrath Jr Jno W Roys ton Jno E Anderson and T J Henry The pettit Jury is composed of J F Adams Jno E Pettus D B Anderson Jno M Farra Cyrus Eason E W Har ris Chas Burdett W G Gooch W T Watson J H Bourne D P Foley M D Hughes Chas Ruble J D Pope T J Hatcher G S Greenleaf J N Denny Jack Hammack Horace Herndon Jno Reed W M Broaddus E BRay JnoH Me Creary and Jno Ballard The case of the Commonwealth vs John L Metcalfe for killing his broth e was continued until next court on account of illness of Gov Bradley one of the attorneys In the suits against the oil company in which several Lan caster citizens are interested were taken against the compa ny except as to Sanders and Walker this branch of the case to come to tri al A lot of little Commonwealths cases have been disposed of and court adjourned for all hands t d enjoy Thanksgiving In theFrank Judgments IS tYou should see our 1 PRICES on Ladies Misses and Childrens E S Ladies Skirts Blankets and Comforts Before you buy The Cogan Org Goods Go t w n Wn nJ RICE czoA BUELL BOOTEES FALL WINTER Buell Wood v Weber C E Godman l Plummer Florsheim Level Best Walk Over Drew Selby Smith Stering Red School House We have the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes that can buy Prices to suit all H T LOGAN F L 6 R S H E I M II I III I 111111111111 11111 I f SHOES SHOES IIStarII tt I money H t Iff 1111 I n I liB u n I Itn Vu i iJ n w L II i H Excelsior GET IN THE HABIT OP VISITING THE Mercantile COMPANY It is very gratifying to us to know our pat highly pleas 0 ed with our stock and pass so ments on our Melee tions 0 0 All the latest weaves in Fine- S Dress Goods The handsomest and 2 BEST line of Ladies Shoes A most superb line of Y Underwear defy competition jL x when it comes to Cloaks o and Wraps We will save you mon S ey on Comforts I and Blankets NO FAKE SALES- But honest goods liveandletlive prices THE Mercantile COMPANY l jII 1 l 7 L tO 4 6t p f 2 t t i I i o 0 o o 0 i PERFECT iSATISFAC I o iTION o 2 0 ronsareso 2 manycompli o o o o f We i 1 2 o i f andosee us o I JOSEPH i I 9 41i ft w O OONv 0 2 tJOSEPH 0 0 a e e 0 e 0e 0 ate e 0e L e r y k CENTRAL RECORD OUS LANDRAM j rot nt Ihe 1Hit fice i Lnufultr AV u SccantlClan ilqil Vaster I Lancaster Ky Nwmber 26 1903 The custom to set apart a day for Thanksgiving with the manner In which it is observed is peculiarly American Insomuch as it seeks to us from the material world and put us in closer touch with the by a public manifestation of our gratitude for blessings it is in line with many other American customs which have in view the betterment of mankind and the embellishment of civilized life Such practices adorn our free institutions and mark us as a na tion further advanced in cnlightment than any one of this or former ages The custom of making a turkey the principal food for that day had its origin with the Pilgrims who landed on Plymouth Rock in December 1620 They faced grievous difficulties in or der to worship God as they chose In the spring they sowed tneir fields re alizing that their lives depended on the harvest Abundant crops blessed their efforts and Governor Bradford of Plymouth Colony appointed a Thanksgiving feast He sent men the forest in search of game for the feast They brought in many wild turkeys and the joyous gatherings lasted several days So from that Thanksgiving day to this a period of 282 years turkey has been the most prominent part of the feast In oh serving the day we should be truly thankful for the many blessings which we have received as giving thanks was the only motive which impelled the Pilgrims to observe such a day The spirit of gratitude should be gen eral and that savors of self fishness should be eliminated as the Pilgrims even had Indians as guests during these feasts The tendency of this age is to desecrate the day to turn from the sacred and real observ and engage in practices which are absolutely disreputable and for eign to the object in view when the day is set apart Many imbide too freely of the enticing and baneful cup Others engage in games and other de grading practices which would be ig nored by heathens Such people have the same conception of gratitude as the fatted hog which only grunts when it has partaken of food The many times that words thank and thanksgiving appear in the Book of Inspiration is a proof that a grateful soul is the one favored by God Let us attend church on Thursday and be thankful and devotional in the prop er Spirit thereby manifesting our appreciation of Gods blessings and developing one of the purest and most beautiful traits of human character The railroad men continue to meet death the rate in the last three weeks being larger than ever known in same length of time Many causes are as signed for this the superstitious be sieving it only a run of hard luck We worked around railroads long enough to firmly concur in some of the superstitious beliefs but our notion is that much is caused from the employ ment of what is known to brasspounders as Ham telegraph operators The older telegraphers to blame for this as every country of lice has two or three blockheaded Toys lounging around who will carry messages sweep up bring water etc to learn As soon asthey are able to answer the office call they want a job and will work for almost nothing In this way wages naturally decrease until few men can afford to as operators If the will pay more money to telegraphers and employ nothing but men of mature age we believe fewer wrecks will occur It requires a healthy man to sit up all night and men should take the train orders under which so many lives are entrusted The Ham is a hard article to be trusted at the key and it is a wonder more orders are not bul In England and Wales alone we are told there are 44000 women boot ma kers 3399 rope makers 4370 saddle makers sad to say there are 27707 bar maids 3850 butchers But it is a hopeful sign that 5140 women earn their living by gardening There are 3000 cycle makers 117640 tailors who are women there are 279 undertakers 12 shepherds and almost every trade has at least one woman representa tive in it even the dock laborers and road workers While quite a number of women in the United States are required to perform mental labor of unusual character for this land they are decidedly the exception here which fact in compar ison with the figures submitted above constitutes one of the most convinc ing proofs to the general argument J IT 1LE d draw spiritual everything ante the roads led to old tim work unfortunately still n e that this country tho Jimst plWio ilive most prosperous roost desirable piano tin a home union all nations Courtesy always pays whether it is shown to Ionian servant ur a cow Tip the wane and treat huts like a gentleman and you will dinner while others nibble olives Ezra Kendal used to come out upon the stage after his seventh encore and say in a quaint aside to the audience Thats me up and Ill work mvself to death And people will not see it They beat their hors es and expect them to pull heav ier loads they insult their servants and wonder why they cannot get service they are bearish with their friends and are surprised at their friends subsequent coldness Polite ness pays It is like honesty The pith of Gov B ickhams proclamation is found in the following paragraph Let us not in imitation of thePharisee and hypocrite thank Him that we arc not like people but let us in humble gratitude to Him rejoice that our State is not Suurpassed by any in the Umion and that its people are as good as braveas generous and as patriotic as any on The newspaper men are extending congratulations to Bro W 0 Adams of the Owensboro Inquirer on the an nouncement of his approaching mar riage to Miss Grace Tinder of Madi son ville Mr Adams is one of the best newspaper men in the state and the boys are very fond of him lie surely deserves all the happiness to be ob tained in this old world The veteran editor J G the Paris Kentuckian in attempting to ooard a train slipped and fell break ing a rib Had the aged bachelor a rib some ninety years ago he would have some one to go round with and take care of him The Louisville Times report the death of Jacob Finkenbinder from eating kraut The report is hard to believe It is as unreasonable as drowning a duck choking a dog on butter or killing a politician with whisky A New claims that too many of its residents are killing them selves over trivial troubles People elsewhere do not marvel at what Gotham complains about Living in the metropolis does have its draw backs Cleveland has once more goue duck hunting but Bryan knows or at least lie thinks he knows that ducks arc about the biggest kind of game that the Buzzards Bay is likely to bag from now on New York thieves stole the big bronze gate in front of Central Park The big metropolis always was known as a wide open town The Farmers Inning An objection is offered to the pro posed Federal aid for the building of good roads What do you suppose it is Namely Should the Government aid the farmers in road building it would also in justice be asked to help the town dweller to pave the streets For a generation the patient farmer has paid his county taxes and has seen the most of it go to the erection of court houses and the maintenance of county seat officials says the Post For generations he has paid taxes to the State and witnessed appropriations for State capitals and State institutions all for the benefit of the town folk For generations he has paid his Federal taxes and a Congress made up of lawyers and business men appropriate 99 dollars out of every hundred for the benefit of cities and buildings army navy all the material of the man who lives in town For generations he has seen the city man receive his mail two to 10 times a day And it was only the other day that Congress began to correct the in justice and give a part of the farmers one mail a day Isnt it the farmers turn now lIe is beginning to think so The free rural mail system set him to thinking And when the post office Department replies his peti tion for free delivery that he can not have it until he builds betterhighways he is inclined to turnon Uncle Sam to say Whats the matter with your helping to build the roads Isnt the country a part of your domain Has the farmer no rights his Government is bound to respect Ive been a stone long enough If you demand better roads for a decent service to country people help build them And your Uncle Sam is more or less nonplused for reply Wanted Old copper brass rubber and zinc Roger Rucker 3t PaiutLick c zJI i I agent get your rightjolly other Craddock of taken Yorkpaper Cincinnati townsFederal support to better Thanksgiving earth sage uf watched for Graii ite and Marble We are at all times prepared to offer the buying public the best in the market in the line of Monuments Headstones Markers Posts Coping etc etc Our line of designs are latest and we can also special ideas Presented by our customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We erect work anywhere Eounty Marble Works STREET I I i i j t 0 J 000000 tarar STANFORD tVuutetl o Sco Teddy I Garrard peoplo are sure to bo hoard loon A Washington dispatch t ri lit dally papers says Mrs Carrie A Nation appeared in the principal role of a sen sationalsceneat the lass Thur diy Her request to see the President being refused she became violent and had to be taken from the executive ofllces by two police officers As she was being escorted from the building she shouted atthe top of her voice lirm going to hibiton President and we will have one who will represent the people and not tine distillers and brewers You may put me out of the building but if a brewer or liquor dealer were here he would be admitted at once When she was told the President was busy she replied Well thats funny I see a lot of men going in and out of his office I should like to know why they can see the President and we mothers add sisters of the country near him I wantan explana tion of that and Im going to have it When Secretary Toeb requested her to desist that they were his offices she replied You are mistaken These are the peoples offices I propose to do what I can right here and now to crush the liquor reptile You tell me that the President is too busy to see me but I tell you that I dont believe it She went from there to the gal lery of the Senate chamber and lean ing over the balcony cried at the Sen ators Saloons are anarchy saloons are treason and conspiracy She swung her arm around her head and again shouted Saloons are anarchy She was preparing to 150 on when a doorkeeper caught her and pushed her out of the door Kentucky Dr Preston Satterwhite of New York City son of Dr Thomas P Sat terwhite of that city recently enter tained his mother and sister in New York and thought to show them one of the great citys attractions by tak ing them to a fashionable Fiftn ave nue Presbyterian church Dr Satterwhite has always spoken with considerable pride of being a Kentuckian but his pride was severely jarred before the service was ended After the singing the pastor and con gregation arose and the leader of his Hock offered up prayers for the blessing of God upon the church and turning his attention to the missionary field said 0 Lord look with kindness up on the missionaries who have been sent to darkest Africa to carry the truth let Tiny guiding light be with those who have gone into benighted China care for our messengers who have sought to carry the gospel into far off Phillippines and protect O Lord those brave men who have gone as missionaries into Kentucky A Curd of Thanks I wish to thank my many friends that have so nobly stood by me during my wifes illness and not being able to see each one of you in person I take this method but I indeed realize how help less I and how language fails me now for truly no language can express my feelings of gratitude to each and every individual who has in any way contributed to our comfort in this try ingaflliction Your many deeds of lov ing kindnesses to us will ever be held ill remembrance by us and may you in your afllictions and trials that come to you in this life have like kindness upon you and the comfort of Him who has said If you give but a cup of cold water only in the name of a Disciple you shall in nowise lose your reward SS Dickerman on the Pumpkin Printed by special request When the frost Is on and the fod ders lu the shock And you hear the kyouek of the gobble or the struttiu turkey cock And the clacking of the guineas and the cluck In of the hens And the roosters hallelooycr as he tiptoes on the fence Oh Its then the timea fellow Is a feelln at his best With the rising sun to greet him from a night of gracious rest As he leaves the house bareheaded and goes out to feed the stock When the frost is on the punkm and the fod ders in the shock Theres somepln kind o heartylike about the atmosphere When the heat of summers over and the cool In fall Is here Of course we miss the flowers and the on the trees And the mumble of the hummlnblrds and the bees But the airs so appetlsin and the landscape through the haze Of a crisp nod sunny morning of the early au tumn days Is picture that no painter has no colorln to muck When the frost is on the punkin and the fod ders In the shock The husky rusty rustle of the tassels of the corn And the of the tangled leaves as gold en as thomorn The stubble on the furrics tlnd of lonesome like but still A preachln sermons to uu of the barns they grooved to fill The strawstack in the medder and the reaper In the shed The bosses In their stalls below the clover overhead Oh It sets my heart a cllckln like the tickln of a clock When the host is on the pnnkln and the In the shock James Whitcomb Riley Not a bar Since I was taken severely sick with kid ney trouble I tried all 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 I felt relieved and soon thereafter entirely cured and have not seen since of mine have been cured of Rheu matism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney and General Debility This ig what B F Bass of N C h r 1 White house for a pro cant the aria the punkin buzzlu oft e rasp In aslck day Lc l t prays get bestowed Frosts blossom fod- ders Side sorts of was Neigh hors troubles Fremont druggistr- la Xt fr fY Gold fish at Thompsons Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn Bargains in Books etc to make room for Holiday stock at Thompsons I have secured a first class horse shodr and solicit your patronage B Conn Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1030tf Potts Bros The best place in town make I Entire stuck for sale 025tf Stone Wall Will sell at cost every day until sold out Reason for selling West 923tf T S Wall with Stone Wall 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 once 925tf Plumbing York As the water works are a go will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of years experance which is to interest J B Coon Important Ttfntlcc Town taxes rot li0 are now due 1 am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You snake nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Kothwell Collector a14tf Ail parties going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Have started my null and will have on hand a stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky Coal Com jviii Austin Beazley t Bartons old stand carry an stock of coal oii hand at all nothing but the Lyu u are correct Rios up Is what they will do for you ju10tf Notice to 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 W b 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 office n13tf Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground Situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky Every tiling new and in splendid For information see II T Embry at 2sa tonal Bank Mr Sid label 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 wonderful 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 cle sireable business desiring to obtain a rare bargain and good will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 925 tf Probably the best way to kill a false hood is to let it lie Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for rmrny a railway wreck and the tome 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 Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved bv Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guar anteed for all Throat and Lung by McRoberts Druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free lm secret of popularity is always to remember what to forget Scientific Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly or overloaded Kodol Dys pepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the tension while the inflamed muscles of that or gan afe allowed to rest and heal Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests whatypueat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food Into rich red blood Sold by F P Frisble ins f coo h t 1rI l i Localso M 1 1 to money At Cost YOIl Lurnber nm their prices o 04 and see Taxpayers ITOIerty For Sale Anyone Cut Flowers Callus Discovery Z4 l raw a rfk ansi oats going your big C andlees They h matter- S 7tf 1 anted investment Sr diseases The disordered nervous s- r Now is the time for of Paint and all sizes of Glass S Let us have your business The Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Storms H Kinnaird TToTmroTrbTroT TToTroTrff I POTTS BROS I FLOUR FEED STORE and EXCHANGE anufacturers of and dealers in Ilhrh Grade Flour Meal Gra o ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Hone and Amonia Potash C Fertilizers Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot ton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds slay Straw J EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 JUL JUUUL JIJIJUUL JUJL S9JLSL20 AAJULJLB SJLSLSJULSLJ MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily Handsomest ever brougt to Lancaster DriUs and Grass Seed w B wgKE gF i 0 0 o 6 8 0p e 0 P jll all r1 111M o U Q o 0 p 0 e- o Q t S 0 S o 0 2 fRI BI SDTIIug 0 t S 0 2 0 0 I493 5 Nationalo 9 p 0 0 0 o 8 W Q 0 lS1S00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 1 J and II II II II II II II II II II II II II NEW SALLIE D TILLET Wit w a a SONTo R f Sl fuss b Y S- ooooocooocooooo onoc ooO o o 0000000ooooQ 0 s 0 0 6 N 1 0 0 Q 3 i n uttIll1llVillftovG1aso n Fehave a full like 0 y 0 0 S 0 0 I 0 e OJOGOGO3 0ovooooooowooooooo oeo oooooo OOOOOOOOOOO OOOGOCOOOvO00GOc O OOOOOt 000 9 A Oo 3 J A 0 0 Q t 9 e 3 OOOOOOGO JOOOOOG O OOOOOOO J0000040 0r 1 1 Sorgituun Seed b p R 0 G C FAKIS T Dentists j Office over Thomp ons store Danville at WASTED TRUSTWORTHY LADY OR to manage business In this County and adjoining territory forhousepf solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and ex penses paid each Monday direct from head quarters ExpenSo money advanced position permanent Address Manager 005 Monon Blilg Chicago 1FebO 0 S BEAZLEY t i 4 J w BeazIey Faris GEN- tlemen F For Klchmouil WInchester Lexlng ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle COy iugtou Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin MIddlesboro etc For Richmond and intermediate J tions Kolt For Stanford and way stations 82GPM l Trains run dally excepT Sunday Above is LEAVING time 10 11 stop at all su ona when Time 0 in effect Lancaster Nov 16 NOlO 511 AI Nowl IO4O Au No2 2Q flagged Trains Leave nx f c THE MASKERS A NEW YORK THANKSGIVING DAY STORY T WAS not atypical E day being so warm h that no slake of snow was b possible Over all New York from the Battery to K 5a rj Bronx and beyond the lu minous pearlgray mist hung a ragged canopy which in spots reached aown to the moist street level When Carolyn Martin ILK en oiu she of necessity looked up and as the only opening in her tinyapart nient was toward tle sky she saw nothing but a mass of gray fog As she stood with her hand on the pulley of her skylight a cnorus of childrens voices now in laughter now in snatch I J Thanksgiving YA r She Stole to One of His Windows of song came faintly from the street belowAs knew that the lodger who occupied the top floor front had gone out she stole to one of his windows It was 11 oclock and the mounted po lice as is their wont had cleared West Seventysecond street of all traf fic vehicles to make ready for the carriages that later on throng this boulevard Carolyn had risen late The demands of the stomach are not as peremptory when one is quiet and she hat faced the fact the night be fore that she stood possessed of ex actly IS cents It was still early for pleasure driv lag so that the boulevard for the mo ment was given over to companies of gayly garbed maskers who were ring ing doorbells and in merry imperti nence accosting passers by Through the silvery silken mist went caracoling a broken tangle of bright color as far as Carolyn could see and she wondered as many another newcomer to New York has done as to this odd Thanksgiving day cus tom which has a history that it is not the purpose of this narrative to re lateThe savor of the Thanksgiving din ner in course of preparation below stairs which was exclusive to the of the house and her family float ed upward As Carolyn stood out the appetizing odors beat at the door of her demanding young stomach with tantalizing insistence The carriages were now beginning to pass and from one of them she saw a shower of coin flung to a group of singing maskers With quick resolve she turned went to her room took the paints with which she eked out the little allowance her old uncle was able to send her and in a few minutes had finished a dainty masque She was a fragile little thing and when she had donned a costume which she had worn at a fancy dress affair one nevertobe forgotten evening when Dick had told her of his love and tied about the loosened curls of her dark hair a fillet of goldcolored ribbon she looked no more than a child She slipped softly down the stairs and reached the outer door of the ground floor unobserved A company of maskers went scurrying down the street like bright windswept autumn leaves Quickly she stepped in among them and seized with the abandon of the moment she began to sing that rollicking little bird song The RoMQ A passer baited and thrust a coin into her hand remarlting to his That child has a wonderful voice The halt dollar insured a warm din ner but what the man said of her voice was far more to her than a din ner much she wanted one Her voice was now her hope a hope which was leading her to struggle alone in a big city has time to succor those who fall and where only the iAn drew up to the curb land a young to the walk Carolyn quickly raised her hand to ad her masque bringing into view an ring on whicti was they looking compan- Ion IW i as no survive tI I keeper S t that fittest automobile man sprang ust moonstone w xf ty o is Her r voice trom r M C rrol that of n ctlr ond wlo his been lot log for oii ever where find so clad to find you that he does not care what any thing means he sniiT gently They walked on leaving the wandering maskers behind to the entrance of the parkLet us sit here for a few minutes Carrol I have something I must say to you She glanced at her cos Never mind he said interpreting her look The first time I saw you in that dress wo were very happy and why did you leave me Carrol with only the little message that I was free She raised her eyes limpid with unshed tears and she answered- I did not want you find me Why did you look for me Because I love you Carrol and life is not worth living without you but tell me why did you go away as you did She hesitated a little and then said steadily I When the bank failed and I had i nothing your aunt came and told me that if you married me it would ruin your career as she would disinherit you She said what you should do was to marry Alice Curry and that she was sure you would but for a notion that you were bound in honor to me Just as I thought But how could you go away Carrol without seeing ii 6 t nnw Is to I I ed- o save tome She Begin to Sing me without hearing what I had to say Dick do you think I could spoil your life What sort of love would that be And I knew I might grow selfish and weak if I saw you You darling he said and pressed the slender fingers of the hand on which was the old moonstone ring un til she winced Did you know he continued that Mrs Dempsey is not my aunt Not your aunt Why Dick what do you mean Just this she was adopted but not legally by my grandparents When my mother died shortly after I was born she and her husband managed by a series of clever frauds to get hold of the property No one knew about it but old Candes Mrs Dempsey paid her to keep mum but when she knew was going to die money did not count and she sent for me and told me the whole story When the truth came out Aunt Dell I made up my mind she had something to do with your and I set out to find you I knew you were somewhere in New York from Mabel your uncle told her that but said you told him not to give your to anyone so I made up mind to just hunt till I found you lell me little girl wby you were prank ing with the maskers Was it just 8 larkNo Dick it wasnt I some money I was hungry for a warm dinnerGreat Scott Carrol you dont mean to say you are in want To think of i your being hungry- It isnt so bad Dick Its only this j Mr Ferguson time cashier where I sell time menu and other things 1 do yesterday and what Undo oaarlcs sends me did not get here as usual I had a few cents for rolls but it is Thanksgiving day and I did want something else Poor little song bird Come get off those togs quick and as soon as tits auto can get us to the Holland well have a bangup Thanksgiving dinner And such a dinner as they had Carolyn declared she had never tasted any thing as good that never before had she been so truly thankful for a Thanksgiving dinner Dick started out by saying they be married in a month which Carolyn thought too loon but the brought THE RECORD from now tq January 1905 for f100 going m wanted was away and would was t I d t she about address But cards when dessert was How Could You Go Away Carrol in he had shortened the time to ten daysWhen their dinner was over they went out on Fifth avenue vivid with light and life and crossing over to Twentyninth street walked on past the quaint little church of the where as a college friend of Dicks was one of the assisting clergymen they decided to be married It was a quiet pretty highnoon wedding and Dicks friend who offi elated and who performs a large of the many marriages solemn ized at this farfamed Little Church Around the Corner had he not be longed to the order of White Friars would have envied his old college chum his pretty winsome little bride ANTOINETTE VAN HOESEN A DIP INTO TUB FUTURE III Transfiguration proportion The Owl the 26th of the month Mrs Turkey you will become a widow Your own life line shows a block Your finish is plainly carved outand youll not survive your husband more than a month Pride Before a Fall After next Thanksgiving Day Theyll be feather dusters Philadelphia Press A Yearly Example know it is possible to havetoo much of a good thing always think of that when my wife warms over the TlianhB giving turkey Judge Seemed Exaggerated You brute When you married you said you would gratify my slight est desire and now you refuse to buy that cloak for me Yes dear but I dont regard a hankering for a sealskin cloak as a slight desire Baltimore News Blikea Guess Pat just landed seeing street surveyors at say Moike phwat be thim men doin Mike Oi dunno Pat but Oi guess they do be layin wires fer th wireless tilegraph Judge A ByProduct do you do with the jokes that none of the comic papers will take Guyer Work em into dialect stor ries for the She FitrnlMlied Bulletin Their marriage was a surprise wasnt it Well his friends were but 1 believe her friends were expect ing it Life Quite Loqunelotm Why do you call her your finaa cial girl Is she rich No but money talks you and so she makes me think of it Chi Post Ju t Why I dont believe he and his wife care muchfor each other Why they always act loving Thats vhy Philadelphia A Job Doctor is utterly ruined have you been doing Patient the man new dishes cooking school Chjr PalmistBefore gaySpread CrawfordYou CrabshawI me anti workI BufferWhat magazinesJudge surprised n Hard Y What Im o1at the f J know Chicago Bulletin digestion Just for Boys and Girls bW boys and girls dont you think that a good many of you would think if a great lark to exchange places with the Plymouth children of more than 170 years ago because on that very first Thanksgiving holiday that ever was ob served on American soil there camo to town 90 In than braves and their Chief Massasoit They stayed for a week the guests of the white men and they all hunted and fished and smoked together and had a general Jollification because the crops had turned out so wellThe first public Thanksgiving came in 1630 and on the 22d of February the day we now celebrate as Washing tons birthday In November of the next year there was another Thanks giving and one year there were two but in the next 53 years there was but one Thanksgiving in about every two years It did not always come in No vember as it does now on a regular day in the month hilt skipped around sometimes being observed in January and sometimes in August and some times in other months according to I N I J I as e In a Puritan Home the times when the colonists thought they had most cause to be thankful for something Sometimes it was for the full harvest and sometimes it was for rain after a long dry time that they feared would ruin all the crops In these early Thanksgiving days the children were not thought of first and foremost as they are in a good many homes today They were expect ed to keep in the background and the little girls had to help their mothers to keep house and after that was kept they had to keep right on being prim and proper to such an extent that they didnt always have as much fun as their brothers The boys used to play wicket on the commons and football all over the place so that in 1657 an ordinance was passed forbidding the playing of football in the streets on account of the annoyance to foot pas sengers At first there were no dolls for the girls to play with all the funny little dolls that we see now in museums dat ing back to the times when our remote greatgrandparents were little people having been brought over from Eu rope for the benefit of the mothers not the little girls The mothers didnt wish the dolls to play with but for models for their best dresses for the dolls you ought to know were dressed by dressmakers and milliners in Lon don and Paris and sent over here for fashion plates and for many years all the dolls our greatgreatgrandmothers had to play with were made of rags And pretty nice doll babies they made too you will admit Battledoors and shuttles which the children used to play so much came over in 1761 and marbles got here ten years later in October so they must have been played In the house or else with frostnipped fingers till spring came again There were no blocks of houses and big cities then but only separate and often widelyscattered homes If a big storm came the farmers had to get out their lumbering ox wagons just as they do in the far western country to day and break the roads Sometimes the storms were so heavy that the ex pected visitors couldnt get through the snow drifts and the Thanksgiving dinner had to be eaten by the family all alone But the family was general ly a big one and if the boys and girls didnt have their lookedfor company to play with they had each other In one family for instance of which we have a record there were eight little girls who had been named Ex perience Waltstill Preserved Hope still Wait Thanks Unite and Supply Wonder how their brother nicknamed them In those early days there were no steam radiators or furnaces or stoves and all the funmaking on Thanksgiv ing day that was done indoors had to be done in the big livingroom where the huge fireplace blazed and crackled with its great logs and piles of under brush and the turkey roasted sizzling on a spit before the fire that burned while you looked at it and froze your back at the same time Everything considered its a good deal easier and Jollier to be a little boy or girl on Thanksgiving of this year of grace 1903 than it was in 1630 or for a good many years after that Dont you think so Though haTfbacki quarter backs and guards Today may gather thick The turkey really is the one Who makes the biggest Uslt Fully Explained Pa do captains of industry wear uniformsNo son Why not Because they need loose clothes that have plenty of pockets in them r Chicago RecordHerald A Veritable Craher An papa on being re quested by a rich and vulgar young fellow for permission to marry one of his girls gave this rather crush Certainly housemaid Thanksgiving f POCk W01114 or Qo Ilj i toot aristocratic king Which prefer the the Bets r Thanksgiving Day HANKSGIVING DAY is as distinctly Indigenous to as Is the turkey that bird which is so indis solubly connected with due commemoration of the sea son A dinner in that day without the gobbler or its mate would bo no feast at all though a hundred oth er viands were included in the menu Thanksgiving day known nowhere else than in the United States as a national institution of decided mod ern invention President Lincoln just 40 years ago was moved by the great victories of Gettysburg Vicksburg and other points these coming thick and fast after so many previous disas ters to designate a day in which the people of the entire nation might meet and render thanks to God This first national Thanksgiving day was designed to be distinctly religious in its character and the Intent of the president was un derstood and carried out by the people The churches of the cities and towns and villages were filled that day with fathers and mothers and sisters who offered grateful prayers to God for the victories won and for the preservation of their loved ones who moved daily amid scenes of Imminent danger True the Thanksgiving day idea dates back of this The andful of Pilgrims in Massachusetts in the year following their landing at Plymouth met in their church in obedience to the governors proclamation to return thanks for a generous harvest In termittently thereafter for many years and then regularly each year the day was commemorated spreading through out the New England states It did not reach New York state until 1821 and was regarded indifferently by many states until Lincoln gave it national standingWashington did make two Thanks giving proclamations but only at the suggestion of tho congress Two sub sequent presidents flatly declined to is silo such proclamations insisting that the silence of the constitution as to re ligion forbade any such exercise of power by the chief executive Hence it is within reason and right to say that Thanksgiving day as a na tional festival began in 1863 and was instituted by President Lincoln But by a rapid process of evolution the religious feature that which gave rise to the day has been diminished In larger cities but a limited number of churches open their doors for serv ices while in the smaller ones a single house of worship will conduct what is termed union service for all Usually there are many va cant pews in those churches that are openedThe day has developed into home day one in which the loved ones meet with glad hearts and doubtless thank ful ones too and felicitate one an other that it is as well with them as it is Those who live at a distance and those who are traveling upon the I T America denominations AIR Autumn has painted the fringe cf the wildwood The rivers are clear as they sing to the sea And back from the vistas of goldenorbed childhood Come iaughterand song that are boundless and free The eastings of old every heart doth remember For the tides of the years have an echoing flow And again the soft skies and the frosts of November J Recall the Thanksgivings we kept tong ago HE chorus Is heard from the faraway pinelands To the aureate shores of the ocddent sea It echoes anew In the depths of the vine lands And quivers the bloom of the fair orange tree The for Peace crowns its banner The rivers of plenty through all the land flow And hunger s unknown In the cot and the manor And spanned Is the sky by the Thanksgiving bow t Nation rejolces HEY wilt not desert us and Memory traces With love and affection the days of the We hear the sweet songs and we see the fair faces That charmed the Thanksgivings too happy to last How often we looked at the fields in the morning And saw on the com the first flurry of With the sun in the east all the landscape To welcome Thanksgivings we loved long ago snow adorning C past HEY fade not no matter how swift Is Times river We cherish them all for the loves that they hold And dearer they grow May they linger forever Framed by Affection In Memorys goldl Again In the gloaming of russet November The tides of another Thanksgiving doth flow the days we rejoice to remember The feasts and the smiles of the dear long ago road turn their faces towards the home roof in advance of the coming of Thanksgiving day that they of one blood may be together on that day and spend the hours in recalling the past so much of it as is pleasant Or they engage in joyful songs or inno cent pastimes all filled and thrilled with the goodness of life Whether or not the people are less religious than formerly does not enter into this discussion There are 52 days in the year set apart for Sunday church observance and the people bv a sort of common consent have seen fit to spend this the one day of tne year under their own vine and fig tree undisturbed by callers holding communion with those who are bone of their bone and flesh of their flesh Surely there can be nothing in con travention of religion in the home sen timent that is so marked a feature o Thanksgiving day The home is the safety of the state It is here that youth receives its influences for good or ill It is here that men are made or unmade Can there be higher tribute to the beneficent Influences of home life and the happiness of it than the modern universal practice in these states of every man and woman with their children making a home lay of Thanksgiving May not the happy hearts and glad faces of these home gatherers be a pleasanter sight in Gods eyes than the spectacle of long and solemnfaced couples going to church to sing solemn psalms In any event one may not sacrifice any spirit of gratitude o the good God for His mercies because his heart is glad ard warm in the surroundings of a loved and lovable home Yet blessed Is that nation wh God is the Lord and it was a hirpy suggestion that came to the great Ln to nationalize one day of the year in which to praise the Lord because TT is God and to give thanks to His holy name for mercies that endure from generation to generation WILLIAM ROSSER COBBE THANKSGIVING OX TilE NILE don Mr Crocodile What will you have dearie Mrs dark meat without dressing CrocodileSome please IE kneel as a people for great Is the Nation Whose banners are waving from sea unto sea Our power Is boundless and lofty our station And millions today are In gratitude singing The songs that their forefathers sang long ago freeTheThey call to the chancel the high and the low God for His goodness I He kept us a Nation darkness and trials oershadowed the land love and His care were the Pilgrims salvation Who planted their faith on the wavebeaton strand 0 bells of Thanksgiving I ring out In the morning We ve planted In love and we reap as we sow The sun of Gods love Is the landscape adorning And Freedom remembers her birth long ago T C HAMAUQH PRAISE His CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post office in Laneatter Ky at SecondClan Nail Matter Lancaster Ky November 267903 R KINNAIRD INSURANTi EepresentlDiFollofiDfCflnipanifisAetna NationalHartford Conneticiit Brook jn Milwaukee Merchant New York ITniliriiTii Liverpool London A Nortk British Trees Fall 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornatmntal Grape Vines Evcr rtei Small Fruits a i Rhubarb and everything for OrchardLawnGnrct r No agents but best price plan er Catalogues on application ti H F HILLKNMEER Both phones LEXINGTON KY ThatSmooth Finish So much desired bt t men for their collars i given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 53 V Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky New Stage Line Lancaster and Danville New Fresh Horses Lv Lancaster 8 A x Ar Danville 1030 A M Lv Danville 2 p X Ar Lancaster jc Alex MillerRroprietor WEEKLY HENRY TVATTEKSON Editor Ten or twelve pages issued every Wednesday 1 Pit lathll Ut1rIllRU Phenix of I J Aetna LifeIns CO g1 Harrtnn 0 Tree Aa ttt lit M N Vehicles 130 P r l Quern titHrirr tie t CourierJournal 100 a Year Revenue Reform Social Reform Moral Reform Best Editionals Best Political Articles Best Stories Best Miscellany Best Pictures Best Book Reviews Best Poetry Best Childrens Page Best Home News Best Condensed News Best Market Reviews Best OfEverything Company Louisville Ky By a Special Arrangementyon can get the and the v WEEKLY COURIE both one year for 150 This It for cash subscriptions only KrlpUoM under this combination matt CourierJournal CBNTRALRBCO i t t tc5All b it sEer 16 r p r k s rt DISPLAY OF FORESTRY Plans Laid For Excellent Ex hibit From Kentucky OHAttMAK ISSUES INSTRUOTIONS Space Assigned the State for Its Tim ber at the Worlds Fair In Middle of Forestry Building and on Two of the Main Boards and Manufactured Articles to be Shown Kentucky has been assigned space for a timber display in the Forestry exhibit which will bring it before every visitor who renters the Forestry and Fish and Game building at the Worlds Fair This space thanks to the kindness of the chief of the department Mr Tarleton H Bean is almost in the center of the structure It is on two of the main aisles The fact that the forestry exhibit from Kentucky is to have such a prominent place in the building has caused the chairman of the Forestry I I AislesLogs prominently jLr Exhibit Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association Mr A N Struck of Louisville and the field represen tative Mr William Boa to redouble their efforts in making the display worthy of the place Mr Struck has had a draughtsman draw the accompanying sketch which shows the method to be followed in displaying samples of Kentuckys for est resources This plan is the most uptodate yet found It is recom mended by government experts as the most economical and best way to make an exhibit Samples in eightfoot lengths are al ways worJi something at the close of an exposition if there is no further use for them for display purposes By this plan adopted the ends of the logs show the cross cuts while the section cut out in the middle shows the lateral cut as well as the beauty of the grain In giving directions to lumbermen throughout the state who are to make exhibits Mr Struck says that all logs must be cut to eight feet and that the diameter should not be less than 24 inches if possible to get same Arrangements are to be made to store these logs in two or three differ ent places in the state and have cer taro men prepare them so all shall be finished in the same way In addition to the logs to be displayed there will be board samples also cut according to instructions given by government experts These will be partly finisheu and partly unfinished so as to show the wood in its natural and in its fin ished state While the log and the board samples will give an idea of the untold forestry wealth of Kentucky the exhibit is not to neglect the for estry industries of the state so far as finished products are concerned Man ufacturers of everything made from wood invited to display these pro ducts in Kentuckys space in the For estry building As the time for collecting the passes lumbermen in all of the state who have not are contributing to the fund raised by the Kentucky Exhibit ciation which makes possible not the Kentucky building at the Fair but this big display of her ducts and resources Several firms and corporations have made second to the fund There are many lumbermen however who have not yet shown the substantial interest that was expected of them and the Exhibit Association announces that If these will come forward there will be no further doubt as to the success of the forestry exhibit UNIQUE AND VALUABLE PEARLS- A unique pearl cluster from Sharks Bay West Australia will be exhibited at the Worlds Fair by C A Burt This valuable natural specimen con sists of about 150 pearls in a solid measures 1 inches by inches and is about half an inch thick A cluster known as the Southern Cross found some years ago at the Laceped changed hands a short time ago The consideration was Experts in estimating the value of the cluster to be at the Worlds Fair taking the Southern Cross as a criterion place It at from 175000 to A large model in relief designed to present in a vivid way the irrigation Idea upon the development of which BO much of the future prosperity of he arid and semiarid lands of the West depends will be a feature of tho exhibit of the United States Geological Survey at the Worlds Fair The model is 21 feet long by seven feet and reproduces a part of the Salt River in It is on a scale of the mile It is painted in Mftttbn of the natural 7 desert Is relieved with patches of green where water has exhibit 50000 seen 100000 wide f t i esto f t tc are pr subscriptions rX cluster and Islands N ey Arizona landscaper The brownish bMa broughlyy tho rrlg llal- y y 1- t F f iso I 1 i 771 I r I 0 fl1t I I I 5 I d 1iI i 0I i 10 I or ft I A R I y r cJt L OURWL r QfI g T Q i i I 1 e Qs- y t1 U- st rT s r I 1 I I I N X UILT TO WEAR 0 i I i SUIT I UILT UPON HOOR 1 t UILT FOR STYLE Q- UILTTO f POCKETBOOK 1- I 0 I R 1 r The one price and Il6- GJ I Im f t h Jr I B iIi t r O j 4 ti 1 YOU e r T LOGANClothier Furnisher r r i i fill EVILS Present Tax Law Is an to Duplicity OLAEEB ON THE AMENDMENT Simply Authorizes Legislature by Gen eras Laws to Permit All Cities and Towns to Raise Revenue for Local Purpoes by Licences Franchises etc en Personal Property The advantages to be derived from the adoption of the constitutional amendment at the election to be held Nov 3 were explained at a recent meeting of the Louisville Credit Mens Association by Mr Peyton N Clarke the Secretary of the Amendment Com mittee He said For years under our former con stitution all cities and town had the privilege of home rule and the right to tax themselves for municipal purposes wither interference from anyone It was argued by some lnftrever tl t tIlls was a power no town or cit should have and the wise makers f new constitution said that it wouM all property should b taxed alike So the revenue law was changed Hut the result has proved tho fall any of the idea and tho effect has boon exactly contrary to the design Und r our present law the grossest inequalities in assessments prevail and there is not a single advantage to compensate for the innovation When every persons is his own it is not strange that there s ould he great irregularities The rirh an easily escapes his fair share cf tc rtion as lie covers up his stores of wealth while the poor man with his all invested in a molest home has to pay more than his share because ail he has is in sight and cannot be hid den from the assessor The proposed amendment will remedy all this to a great extent It simply authorizes the legislature by general act to permit all cities and towns to raise revenue for local pur poses by licenses franchises etc on personal property instead of the pres 3nt ad valorem system Its object is obvious Under the new law our merchants manufacturers nd financial institutions will pay li censes and avoid the necessity of returns to the assessor All personal property subject to taxation will pay its fair share of taxes and by equalizing the burden it will sit lightly on all Under the new law we can invite capital and industry with assurances of welcome and our flour ish as a green bay tree The amendment is a step forward and will place us in the line of pro gressive states We have had a dozen years of the ad valorem system of taxes antI they have been lean years to the industrial development of the state Capital has shunned our shores Our mineral and timber lands lie waste Our interest rates are high and our people lack the spirit of enterprise Let us have the amendment and we will find a different state of affairs and Kentucky with all her wealth of natural resources her great rivers and network of blos som forth as the rose and wealth will flow into our coffers while health and happiness will be our inheritance CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Editorial from Cynthiana Democrat Oct 3 1903 And the General Assembly may by general laws only authorize cities or towns of any class to provide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and based on income licenses or franchises in lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon provided cities of the first class shall riot be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone tele graph electric light or electric power companyThere Is the constitutional amend ment upon which the voters are asked to pass judgment at the November election and upon the adoption of which th welfare the advancement and the continued prosperity ot Ken tucky are believed to depend The change is easily understood In stead of raisins revenue to pay the expenses of city and town government the salaries of the mayor police firemen the maintenance of the streets public improvements etc by assessing personal property as un der the present laws the eglslaturo may authorize cities and towns to adopt a license system All property real and personal in cities and towns will continue to par state and county taxes as o change whatever will be made in tins respect so that people who live In the country may vote for the under the full assurance l at it will in no way affect their taxes except the more tho cities and towns build up and prosper the lower the taxes on the whole pee pIe will become It Is asking a small favw that voters cast tL ir ballots for tisamendment at the November elscton There is little of its passage the people do iot forget or tjpgict i vote on the question There is no po Itics in it The Crown holler Mills at Morr ganfield has kindly consented to s nrt v to the Kentucky Exhibit Aesosiatnq for its agric Itural In St Loub year san pies foe the flne I grain that reaches its plant he fall This mill Is alo to make a of its meal THE RECORD from now to January 1 1095 for 100 HEf lEnY P N lour dothat railwayswill usual certainly t df pay next a Invitation assessor fictitious state will I intangible uaen l gent doubt during display r LUIC C Tho Uii illii Little CUT Kant liul UrC Back Is Ilurnrd Iloiixtft iluck and It was our pleasure to spend a few hours III Paint and see the rapid strides the hustling city is makingtoward replacing her burned business houses and getting back in shape to even more business than she enjoyed before the lire As stated at time of the conflagration nearly every business house was destroyed Now handsome large two story brick hous es are almost completed and the town presents a most attractive appearance The Peoples Bank is equipped with the most modern and convenient is handsomely papered and we venture to say has more conveniences any busiiicss house in Central Kentucky Mr Kem per the efficient cashier will have nothing but the best his long experience havingtaught him that it is economy to use good stationery and have the best of needed The bank is doing a splendid business and the courteous cordial greeting given every one who enters is sure to make friends who will stick to the institution through thick and thin The visitor re ceives a cordial reception is invited to have a seat and made to feel at home treatment that makes everyone a friend The Record received a nice order for letter and note heads half a dozen forms of envelopes and other printing which goes to prove the otli cers inclination and desire to stick to home institutions and not send their money to some upEust yankee only to save the sixteenth of a cent Our former townsman II L Jennings is having a big fall trade working four clerks every day The store of Moore Champ was full of while YV S Fish has all he can attend to notwithstanding the fact that his store is temporarily located across the creek His new store will soon be completed when he will have one of the best moiicv can build A B Est ridge is pushing work on his two new stores and hopes to he in them soon Tile builders have had several delays to contend with but considering the scarcity of material the work has pro gresed rapidly Burnam Rucker have completed their new warehouse and it is a good one We found our faithful old Christian friend Mr I C Rucker at his post of duty in the mill and as usual he asked about his many Lancaster ills mill is running every day making as tine Hour as you ever stuck your tooth to Mine Host Ike Arnold continues to run the Vcrahda Hotel right up to date and gives you a meal which Is in itself worth making the trip up there for We were glad to see his estima ble wife out after a long suffering West recently but soon found there was no place as good as Paint Lick and very sensibly came back He is assistant cashier of the Peoples Bank i LIST tturday I I fixtures than I I humblc t friends t liner y Lick f j l 1 everything about C customers r ti f a ink I ffroin fnjtirles received tit the file While she is lame yet she suffers lit tle pain and continues to look the culinary department of the house which accounts for the splendid meals served Ernest Woods Guy Rice and who have more fun than a box full of monkeys make it inter I esting for their friends and seem making the boys here a spanking good time at least they saw that we gotour moneys worth O1 went West but said he would rather be here the protecting wing of Bro Kem per than own the entire wild and wolly We see where he is right The various lodges have been greatly inconvenienced since the fire but a new hall will soon be ready when all will take on new life and goat riding will again become a popu lar fad The fact that nearly every body in the locality takes The Record and stands up for itgoes to show they have the right kind of county pride and the small number who their neighbors paper goes to prove that for uprightness and general good citizenship Paint Lick cannot be In Three Continents About December 15 in good time for the holiday trade In Three Con tinents by Mr Harry A Sommers editor of the Elizabethtown News will be given to the public in book form In his book Mr Sommers takes the reader with him in his trip abroad and delightfully adopting the role of guide explains in vivid style the chief points of interest of places visited in Europe Asia and Africa mingling history and anecdote with the charm and completeness of his desciptions The letters which make up the book were originally contributed to Mr Som mers paper at the time of their pub lication aroused wide interest In them Mr Sommers with keen eye for the notable and picturesque tells what he saw just as he saw it with no strain ing for effect no studied effort at em bellishment Those who read the as they followed each other week after week aphemeral newspaper fame and so besought Mr Sommers to re publish in book form Mr Som mers widely and favorably known in Kentucky in Washington Mary land and elsewhere the prediction is natural that In Three Continents will be keenly welcomed and read and enjoy a wide and deserved popularity While absorbingly interesting from a general viewpoint those pages detail ing the pilgrimage through the Holy Land are destined to prove invaluable to churchman and Bible students R W BUOWN Strayed Or Stolen A liver colored Pup Some white on him small strip running down face n months old fat and answers to the name of Dick A liberal re ward for pup or information leading to his where abouts J M Acton I A r I Ollie Terrill I I bent- on borrow surpassed letters them isso J 4 afle under Nest W Utl fitFJ O Tb ilEATIN6 STOVES r 40400004000004040400444444044 tI I L Z A p o O o E 0 Sy4004 0 0 0Ro 0 0 Bo 0 0I4000 BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS Guns Rifles Shot Guns Cutlery t PocketKnives Carving Sets R WOVEN WIRE4 FENcEiJk JIJ III n rAI azors Scissors 00440404440040444cO 4 1L i r- R r t r y Mef 4- S 1WA r r Kind Ui ril fl MoJle Occdm As the song of bird on in the life of someone who has hoard it so it is with kind words and noble deeds There is always some heart that needs comforting some weary soul that will eagerly receive your kind and gentle words and weave them as golden threads in the sombre warp of their sad lives Be not miserly with words of commendation and comfort and lose an opportunity of doing unostentatiously a good deed for in the when you and I have crossed the Eternal Divide their mem ory will live and good seeds we are sowing now will continue to bear fruit In the years to come Ex The Sensible View Falmouth Pendeltpnian The Pres ident Governor and Mayors of some of our cities have issued their proclamations admonishing the people to properly observe the day Truly there are few of us comparative ly speaking but that have very much for which to be thankful which should fill us with love gratitude and liberal charity towards our less fortu nate neighbors or residents It is an easy matter to carry cheer sunshine comfort and happiness for a brief per iod at least into a dark and dismal home so then let your lamp of love and beneficence with a bounteousness pen etrate beyond your own domains to the homes of others less favored In con clusion we add a most hearty amen to the following concluding sentence in a unique Thanksgiving proclamation is sued by J II Powell Mayor of Hender son Let gentle charity abide with us May the atmosphere be filled with the spirit of love When oysters and mince pies abound in plenty God forgive the mean little fellow who offers unto the wretch in rags a cold potato and bids him go Make Home Inviting Ijont be afraid of a little fun at home good people Dont shut up your houses lest the sun fade your car pets and your hearts lest a laugh should shake down some of the musty cobwebs there says the Hartodsburg Democrat If you want to ruin your sons let them think that all mirth and social enjoyment must be left on the threshold when they come home at night When once home is regard ed as only a place to eat to drink and to sleep the work is oegun that ends in gambling houses and degradation Young people must have fun and relax ation somewhere and old people will keep young by taking a bit of same If they do not find it at their own hearth stones it will he sought in oth er perhaps less profitable places Therefore let the fire burn brightly at home ever delightful with those little arts that parents so artfully under stand Dont repress the buoyant spir its of merriment around the lamp and firelight of home that blot out the re membrance of many a care and annoy ance during the day and the best they can take with them into the world is the unseen influence of a bright and domestic home circle flow niorguus wren Cooked the Cap tains Dog It was in Camp Douglass during the Civil War some selfish officers were inspecting the condition of the prison being shown about by the Union says the Nelson County Record Morgans men imprisoned there were accredited with much of the devil ment of the camp and to act up to their reputation they set up when they perceived the British officers in company with the Captain who guard ed long and loud cry for bread Any one would think them starved and the Captain felt much He scowled but the men yellec1 breadThen came their punishment For their misconduct the Captain ordered them into line and gave them a drill at touching their toes without bend ing their knees The Captains dcg was along but certain orders kitchen lured him from the show and out of the kitchen the pup never came alive For whilst the Captain was punishing their comrades the men in the kitchen were cooking tbeCaptains dog Next day a reward pf 50 was offered for the return of the dog but manifestly this was impossible Special Land Buyers Excursion Will run to the new lands of Greer County Oklahoma and other sections of the great Southwest in November and December via the Frisco System Are lobking for rich and fertile lands in the Southwest 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 ran road rates apply at once to B S Lemoq Secretary Frisco System emmigration Bureau St Louis Mo tf Steer clear of the man whom dogs and children dislike A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly out on the leg of S B Orner Franklin Grove 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at McBobertB Diug Store 1m Pride dies in the heart when love looks out of the eyes Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J 1m I For sale cheap 60000 new brick 2u Homer Baughman Danyille I lives never ityor Captain H thema from the farming i unyielding Stormes f- tt ii f l the oti hereafter Thanksgiving turkeys safeguard embarrassed 4 E 6J 7 T- iIr Land Stock Crops Mr L A Yanarsdail of Mercer sold two horse mules recently for 6G each In Menifee county last week Mr Newt Frisby sold a good team of sor rel mules for 250 B F Mark of Side View sold to Dick Wills of Cynthiana 23 vearl ing mules at 75 per head When the apple picking season is on hand we should hire sufficient help te expedite the work in the fastest way possibleIn out apples for market we generally have a certain quantity which is not saleable This grade of apples should be worked into elder and vinegar in order to get their mon valueMost our perenials ornamental such as cannas dahlias caladimes carnatlonsetc are now killed by frost They should be taken up and dried of all external moisture before storing Fletcher Mann of Lexington sold a pair of broke mules weighing 2800 Ibs to a Virginia party for 400 Dan Putch the great pacer owned by M W Savage of Minneapolis made a new worlds record for pacing at Memphis a few days ago at 1561 in a mile and so the noted Indiana bred pacer holds the worlds record now In France a common remedy for in flamed eyes is an apple poultice the apple being roasted and its pulp appli ed over the eyes without any interve ning substance In Montgomery county recently Charlie Dale sold a good mule colt to Dick Ratliff for 75 A B Anderson also of the ceunty purchased a 3year old mule for 110 Mr J R Nicholls of Bardstown sold to a party in Missouri one 1yearold horse colt the product of Kenmore Squirrel for 250 Cas Goff of Bourbon county buyer for Nelson Morris bought recently in Bourbon county 1443 export cattle at an average cost of about 70 each or a total of about 100000 Mr Ed Shields of Bloomfield sold 48 cotton mules 14 hands high at 100 each to Bower Hardy of Indiana Growers of sweet potatoes who use commercial fertilizer in the drill the habit of horse sta ble manure over in the fall This is the month to do it The dust bath is to the fowl what the wash tub is to the human With the dust bath the hen cleanses her and rids herself of lice She also uses it for exercise When a ben is incubating she comes off as regularly to dust herself as to feed Here is a prize recipe for stewed prunes given in a competition begun by a California associa tion Wash the prunes in several wa ters nearly cover with water and al low to stand over night Simmer over a slow fire until tender Do not put in any sugar until just before the prunes are done The indications this fail point to warda failure of fall planting of fruit trees on account of ntense drouth which is prevailing throughout the entire State I guess the fall planters will have to admit for once that spring is the time for such work Many valuable horses are lost from getting a nail in the foot A simple but effective remedy is to fill the wound with writing ink as soon can after drawing the nail The same acid that corrodes your steel pen eat up the iron in the wound and cure the foot The estimated production of oats in the Untied States for 1903 according to the October report of the Depart ment of Agriculture is 997000000 bushels as compared with 786000000 in 1902 and an average of 16 years of 726000000 bushels When corn is fed to pigs it will bring nearly twice as much as when sold by the bushel Nothing should be sold off the farm that can be turned into something more valuable or which can be marketed in a more form It is transportation that largely reduce the profit Theres money in milk millions of money The producers get none of it because they will not organize and co operateto control the wholesale price The middle men make all that is made out of milk because they cooperate to dupe to mislead to befool and to control the producers and to exercise the pricemaking function to both and Y Farmer When you sell your eggs sort the small ones the overly large ones the and bad colored ones and pack them separately for seconds Pack all the smooth even regular shapes and colors to themselves and sell them for A 1 at the best ptices In this way is the most money the sale of poultry and poultry A subscriber asks if he would be jus tilled in killing his neighbors chick ens that are trespassing on his garden and damaging him to a considerable extent We answer no he can make a statement of the injury done to and sue his neighbor for tLe amount If he can prove the damages be can get judgment for the sum mares should always be milk for a few days after foals are taken away at weaning time of this Is liable result in a loss of one side of the which im the value of any mare for brood to say nothsng of the unnec essary suffering of the neglected ant mal American Horse Breeder i For pumpkin pare a ripe v J county Ky rein broadcasting body fruit growing correct asyou concentrated charges consumersN sizes him Neglect to purposes r J Central will producers high class made products Brooded their udder custard ix 1 pumpkin and cut It Into cubes Steam with a little salt until tender The pumpkin should be very dry Press through a sieve add a generous lump of butter and set aside to get cold over night if possible Add a pint of milk three eggs beaten up with a cup of powdered sugar some mon and the juice and grated rind of a lemon Bake in custard cups for one hour ic a moderate oven Serve cold with whipped cream John S Rawlings writing from Bal tlmore Md says It may be to your tobacco planters to learn of a plan for burning and preservln tobacco seed beds for years without the use of brush It has been In prac Lice In this State for years One plan ter told the writer that he used the same seed bed for many years always had good plants and far less trouble with grass and weeds After his crop he hauled old wheat straw and covered the entire bed from four to six feet with the straw When ready to prepare his seed bed the straw was fired and burned off the soil mellow and clean Why keep a cow that is adding noth ing to the credit side of the dairy I dont know Milking watering cows and cleaning are not jobs generally regarded on the farm as things so pleasurable that the question of profit need not be Moreover the average cow with her deficit is taking the place and the time of the good cow that would make a surplus For Sale 30 meat hogs Price 5 J TConn Hiattsville tf Inland Farmer The Burley Growers Association is in the crit ical stage of its existence The time for marketing the crop draws near and the Associations contracts with growers must be kept Money is required to meet this obligation and by the arrangements which have been made by the officers of the Association to provide the necessary funds the growers themselves must subscribe for a certain amount ofstock in the Asso ciation payable in cash or tobacco The officers assure stockholders that the increased price they will receive for their tobacco crop by same through the Burley Tobacco Growers Association will more than pay their stock subscription the first year It is hoped that the growers will respond promptly to this call Card of Thanks I take this method of thanking good people of Lancaster for their many acts of kindness during the of my children I will never this and always stand ready to do anything in my power to help those who so nobly helped us Very respectfully J 0 Reed RECORD RVN TO KANSAS CITY Wabash Train makes Trip In Five Hours and Fifty minute Wabash train No 9 fast mail be tween St Louis and Kansas City made a recordbreaking run from St Louis to Kansas City Sunday afternoon The schedule time for starting is 2 20 p m and the regular time the run is seven hours and ten mimutes No 9 started one hour late lost twenty min utes on the way and pulled into Kan ass City on time making the run in five minutes faster than any previous rec ordThere was a full equippment of a mail car combination car chair car and diner At many places along the route the train showed a speed of sev enty miles to the hour and between Mexico and Montgomery City a mile a minute was reeled off The distance is twentyfour miles and it took just twentyfour minutes to make the trip The train was in charge of J S Gould The engineer was Geo Nelson and the fireman was Charles Louis Republic millionaires Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the over fed millionaire is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of great wealeh But millionaires are not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater among the toilers Dyspepsia and indigestion are rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaire unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect diges tins It tones and vitalizes the en tire system and makes life worth no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 7Sc At all druggists Feb 04 Tears will often win a jury if backed up by sufficient good looks A Remarkable Cure One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marion Ind who was cured by the One Min ute Cough Cure She says The cough ing and straining so weakened me ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Congh Cure Four bottles of this remedy me entirely of the cough strenthened my lungs and meto roy normal weight health and strength Sold by FP Frisbie 1m Room For Rent Several comfortable rooms given January 1st Emma Kaufman a30tt i Interesting planting leav- Ing account feeding stables considered ct Tobacco marketing illness forget Conductor SummervilleSt remedy 4 I t i f J 4 small the th living use of tha- I wonderful cured restored Possession Mrs e3yn s t A rcjlcpwan T fr i iny if N Patterson night policeman of Nashua Ia writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a half dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any A friend reccommended Foleys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a me I consider it the greatest medicine in the world C C J E Stormes im HoN to Cook a Hatband The Cleveland Leader says At the meeting of the Progressive Literary Circle Genevas most prominent late rary club last evening the members responded to a rollcall with cooking recipes A paper was read by Mrs George H Cowdery on the subject How to Cook a Husband She said in part If he sputters and slzzes dont be alarmed or anxious Some husbands do this until quite done Add confectioners sugar called kisses No pepper must be used on any ac count A little spice improves him but must be used with care and judg ment Stir him gently and watch a while Climatic Cures The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The 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 Ger man Svrun so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nightsand the exhaustion due due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be or stopped by taking Ger regularlyShould clime you will find that of the thous ands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength all druggists Feb 04 It is never too late to learn unless you think you know it all Genuineness is genius A Good Name From personal experience Ttestify that Little Early Risers are unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work- e with T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people are using these tiny pills in preference to all others because they are so pleasant and ef fectual They cure billiousness liver jaundice sick headache con stipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by F P Frisbie 1m I benefit bottlecured I prevented SyrupTrial I DeWitts easeW torpid Wo have bought the Lancaster Flour Mills and are now prepared to furnish high grade flour meal and feed We pay the highest market price for wheat Your patronage Is solicited Sanders Walker 11 A good push will scare the devil more than a whole lot of preaching Dr William Wilder Taylor of 46 N 66th St New York is responsible for the statement that The Reynolds PharmaceuticalCompany manufacture a tablet that will cure any disease such as gout rheumatism etc de pendent upon uric and acid Doctors and druggists will be furnished with free samples by mall or express pre paid by addressing Reynolds Phar maceutical Co Liberty Bldg York N Y n6 OSilence may be golden but a good deal of speech is brazen Cured ofPlles After 4O Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured him perma nently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name the packages all others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by Frisbie im No man has property to burn unless it is fully insured Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfett Pill 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m If a penniless man has nowhere else to go he should go to work Anxious Moment Some of the most anxious hours of a mothers life are those when the little ones of the household have the croup There is no other medicine so effective in this terrible malady as and Tar It is a household favorite for throat and lung troubles and as it contains no opiates or other poisons it can be safely given C C J E Stormes 1m For Congress- We are authorized to announce non D L MOORE of Mercer County us a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed fan G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support earnestly solici ted tf For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gulley is a candieate for Supt of Public Schools in Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf n wIll respectfully tf New I DeWitt- on F P I FoleysHon- ey f r1w 1 R ears N NEW GROCERIES Evaporated Fruits Canned Goodsa- nd in fact everything nice to eat Apples Oranges etc Fresh Bread Daily Best Cigars in Town Old and New Books Supplies STORE LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J S BOBINBON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcM SURPLUS S B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKER Bookkeeper Easiness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIBECTQBS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F JJ Walker TM Arnold B M B ALL 0 U SON lrHDOl AT I WO Biexsr Asst Cashr Joi e 8 ee 4 to i fJ 5 MC DRUG t fposs Hudson t Lr y i Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are In Lewis West is at home for a few days Miss Ethel Dunn is in Middlesboro visiting friends Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond is visiting Miss Doty Miss Mary Burnside is the popular picture clerk at R H Batsons Miss Ethel West will be a charming hostess to her friends Friday evening Miss Jessie Doty will entertain evening at her home on Paulding streetMrs Denny of Point Burn side is visiting her niece Mrs Lewis Walker Dr Simpson Elkin and charming wife of Atlanta are with Miss Jennie DuncanMiss Hare of Nicholasville is the guest of her sister Mrs McClelland JohnstonMiss Thompson lias been her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Mrs Bettie Landram is in visiting her sister Mrs John Baughman Miss Lora Minor who is attending school at Lexington will spend Thanks giving at home Mr John Francis of Danville has been visiting her sister Mrs Alex Doty Richmond avenue Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned from a pleasant visit to the Misses Cotton of Danville Mrs G M Patterson has retnrned from Cincinnati accompanied by friend Miss Etta Mae Spears of vine Kyis visiting her aunt Mrs Ike Arnold at Paint Lick Mr Green ClayWalker of Memphis was here to attend the funeral of his brother Mr Charles Walker Mrs W J Browing aud two bright children of Lexington are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs John Mesdames Mary Reid and Sam Wool dridge have returned from a visit to the family of Rev C M Reid of Middles boro Miss Mary Gill returned Saturday from Glendale where she has been visiting her sisters Misses Martha and Helen f the Fannie Landram Friday visiting Lexington Miss Doscher Anderson t herds a I if your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid 8100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this writing isfor paperwhen 3 Is used by many a woman who dislikes it But what is she to do Her skin is marred by eruptions and it is only human nature to desire to hide such defects from the ordinary glance A much better thing to do is remove of eruptions bad blood This is done perfectly and permanently by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Discovery It purifies the blood cleans ing it from poisonous substances which cause disease It cures pimples tetter boils scrofula sores ery sipelas and other eruptive diseases which are caused by the con dition of the blood WJien I commenced taking your Golden Medical Discovery I felt so and bad could writes Mrs Emma West of Windy Wirt Co W Va Face seemed to with brown spots but before I had taken one bottle of cine the spots were all and I began to feel a new person Took four and have felt well ever husband has also taken the Golden Medical Discovery for stomach trouble and it did him more than anything he ever triedThe sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more by the sale of less meritorious medicines He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only 21 stamps for the book in covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y t IIl r Ill JJ T tr1wnlfi tfU1 tl1 the- ca eczema then Oll impure Rev IIuey of Stanford was here MondayDan of Richmond was here Monday Hon R C Warren of Stanford in town Monday attending court lion Will Price of Danville is here this week attending circuit court Mrs B A Daws and little daughter Amy of Louisville are visiting Mrs Lucy Sutton lion Harve Helm of Stanford was in town Monday and made this oflice a most pleasant call Mrs Kennedy and daughter Miss Gussie of Lexington are expected for a visit to her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Nicholasville New Mr An derson left Wednesday for the Will visit Arkansas and probably there Rev J E Wolford and family left Thursday for Louisville to visit before going to Los Angeles to spend the winter Mrs W and baby who have been visiting the Misses Shugars at the Mason hotel have gone to Hus tonville to visit relatives Misses Martha and Helen Gill Mat tie Mae Robinson Messrs Lewis Gill and Waler Hudson will spend Thanks gving with their home folks A splendid picture of the Lancaster High school football team coach Dun lap and coach Kinnaird appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Mrs Sam Totten of Decatur 111 and Mrs Ed Thurmond of Anderson 5000E NEW ASSORTMENT OF Pictures Just received at J BATSONS today Choice lOc Ind are at the bedside of their sister Miss Scott Petty who continues quite ill CMrs Will Grove of Buckeye and Miss Annie Posey of Missouri spent Monday with Mrs N Miller M r W G Kemper cashier of the Peo pies Bank at Paint Lick was in town on business Monday and made The Record a call Middlesboro B Ruck er spent Sunday in this city on his way to Stonega to take his new ppsiton Mrs W 0 Parks returned Wednesday morning from Lancaster where she went to attend the funeral of her Judge Ephraim Brown Courier Journal Miss Violet had as her guest during the latter part of October Miss Mayme Ramsey daughter B Ramsey of Paint Lick Ky Miss Nell has returned from Dexter Mo where she has been with her niece Miss Willie Belle Burn side has recovered sufficiently to return home Clever Ed Walton was here Monday darting about like a hen on a hot grid die The only way to keep this ler still for one momentent would be to tie him to a post Mr Shirley Elkin left this week for visit to his Robert of before going to Tampa Florida where he has a position in one of the handsome hotels X Danville News Mr Joel Walker of Lancaster in Danville Miss Elizabeth Hudson of Lancaster guest of the Misses cUt The Misses Lear of Paint Lick are expected today to visit Mrs J F Frank T 4 4 I 3 ust locate relatives Cal K Shugars RecordJames father Preston of Johnston whQ brother Atlanta asclerk was Friday tbls t f Brown- estW r Dr it tie Cotton r1 rn a Of in is OKjrUIlUf I One of flic iif lU sj rteiil tv rvt s ilc mi til Jn Giimiril wfs r i ho htjuc ofCupb and Mrs Ino G Doty wlicu their lovely daughter Bessie Goidon united fit nurriiiirti to Mrlaetib Hurlair White At 2JO p in ainfin the presence of a large concourse ofjreli tives and friends the bride elect r the arm oT her bethrothed entered the parlor proceeded by Misses Frank ye Doty and Maigaret Walker and J S Doty and WalterOwsley who bore the white ribbons Rev Friar son joined them as one in a beautiful and impressive manner The groom stood beneatha white bell within a canopy of lace and lowers The couples entered to the melodious Wedding march played by Miss Georgia Dunn a cousin of the bride The house was artistically with holly and mistletoe and festoons of white chrysanthemums lighted with candles The bride is fair young girl with a lovable dis position and winning manners The groom is the youngest sou of Robt White of Lincoln and is a prosperous young business man every quality requisite to make a true and noble business gentleman The bride and groom belong to two of the most prominent and influential of Garrard and Lincoln counties They left immediately without con gratulations They will make their home near Stanford A reception given them by his parents at hospittble country home cloudless sky does this young enter upon lifes journey with the friendship and best wishes of all who know them May their life be full of joy A son has come to the home of Mr Steve Carrier at ollice to an arrival of a son Albert Edward at his house Cleared Neat Sum Point Leavell Nov 21 Ed Record The Ladies Aid Soci ety of Fair View church extends to you their thanks for so kirmlyadvertis ing their box supper at Manse It was success the ladies clearing 81SJ5 They also extend their thanks for use house and to all those who helped the undertaking Mrs John E BUCKElr Madam Rumor says there is another bride to be added to the list this week Mrs Mary Teatcr of Mercer county visiting her mother Mrs Herod Ray Misses Fannie and Helen Miles en tertained Miss Joseph bf Lancaster last Saturday and Sunday Dr Ray is very ill at this writinp his many friends are anxiously watching for a change for the better Mr Joe Simpson of this placets to move to his new home at Nina where he is going in the goods business The property of J D Jones has been sold to Dr of Madison for Mr Tones will go to Colorado with the intention of male ing that his future home MANSE The infant son of Mr Robt Arnold has been very sick Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury attended the WhiteDoty wedding Miss Jennie Lackey of been visiting Miss Mattie McCormack Miss Margaret Miller has been the guest of Miss Katy Lee Denny and at tended church here Sunday The basket supper given by la dies Aid Society of Fairview was well attended and the neat sum of 1875 was realized Bros Green and Blantonof Danville assisted in the installation services at this place Sunday The services werfc very impressive and very The elders will be installed next Sunday All members are re quested to be present LOWELL Mr Bertrand little daugh ter is very sick with pneumonia Several people killed hogs here last week Tom Henry Clay the state champi on pigeon shot and Dick Bernard spenttwo days with Wm Hurt Sr last week bird hunting Marshal Hughes is the guest of Geo Ballard he on a hunting trip Ed Hurt of usterlUz visited his father and mother last MissOIHe Hackley was married Jo Mr Rucker Todd of Richmond last Wednesday He has of friends here who wish him success There is no cough medicine so popu Jar as Foleys Honey and Tar It contains no opiates or poisons and never falls to cure C C J E Slormes 1m 40 to 50 bushels of Blue Grass Seed home stripped Denny tt Point For Sale Seveal varieties seed wheat also barley HA B Marksbury Sometimes woman has a acquaintance with the woman across the street and sometimes they know each so well that they dont i4 c ing J I was upon Messrs wedding decorated a- very l rand Irs with families Gasca Anderson preparing county you 11 the much enjoyed by all Isalso a Fo Sale W ryeand Son other Y n brand t nouple the Perkins S raftsp week a host B Leaven I speak speak at r r r d vase has Y uy y r N Ce JMltjir IK ririut r l Siilf y morimij wlia the edUor The lice rlpeijol his olliee utmr hu teas piirpristri to iiitl a large bronze hen trick in n sael in Mm mid die iMor On either side were packages of cmiulry sausage butter and several other things which to make upa tiptop Thanksgiving cHillier The lohowing note vas mi cd to the turkey Good morning Louis You have been running off net a piece of turkey Now stay at home this Thanksgiving and enjoy your Hearts content for Id nither an editor would eat me Ulan else Just think afterThanks giving Ill be at least a part of an ed itor Wfll the Captain and devil can both have one of my wings provided YOU leave them I trust I wilt till my mission I dont want an obituary written over me I lay my life down for the Central Record 1 pray the paper may never go to roost If I shouldnt find my way to the editor I pray the Lord my wings to keep for Louis when he turns his toes to the daisies Ypurs truly hiss Turkey Jlen So we have a delighful dinner in store and if we tied the fellow who inspired the turkey hen to come our way he will forever more have our best wishes From Now Until JANY 1st 1905 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Nov 17 1903 Loans rand discounts J1215S5 2S Overdrafts secured and unsecured ift0 TI U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc IOSJ5 00 Due National Hunks not Ue serve Aceuts 171ft Ct Due from iipiirovert reserve gents COAIi 15 Cheeks other cash Items 1000 Sates of other National Hanks Fructlonal paper currency tickles 14 4C LAWFUL MONEY KESERVE Is BANK vizr Specie Ss notes 222 1 00 co urer 5 per cent of circulation 00 00 TOTAL j iis Capital stock paid In J50000 00 Undivided profits expenses and 873093 notes outstanding 5000000 Due to other 2C1S Due to State Hanks nod tankers 4CS Individual deposits subject to cheek lC41Hi So TOTAL is SK5 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRArrsss I BF Hudson CushIer of the named bank do solemnly swear that the above is true to best my knowledge and belief BF rddayS C Denny Notary Public CORIIECT Attest L Y LEAVELL J J WALKER Directors- J S HoiussoK REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAl OF LANCASTER Tie Close of 17 1903 RESOURCES Loans nnd discounts Sf 147781 50 Overdrafts secured and unsecured MJtO U S Bonds to secure 5000000 Stocks securities etc 2ifi0 00 fixtures 11000 00 Due from National Banks lot reserve agents ro97 Checks and other cash items Notes of other National Banks 2 Fractional iJiLAWFUL MONEY RESEKVE IN HANK viz Specie 713 CO Legaltender notes ICCO 00 11165 00 Redemption Fund with U STreas urer 5 of nlrcnlattoii 2500 oo LIABILITIES paid in 50000 00 1000000fund Undivided profits less expenses aud taxis paid lofD NatlonalBauk Notes 50000 00 Due to Other National Banks 105M M Duo to State Banks and Bankers JU4 43 Individual deposits subject to check 1914il 02 J78S 10 STATEOF KENTUCKY COUNTY OFGARRARDSS I S C DENY Cashier of tins named bank do swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge aud belief Sc Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me day of Nov 1903 R KINNAIRD Notary Public Commission expires 1904 CORRECT Attest WMTIKlNNAinD 1 ALEX R DENNY f Directors That SmOOth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry Jf you evidence send us a trial bundle We J call for work MJSr LAUNDRY SJj Phones 202 Main St Lexington Ky f IUO Jig f K I CO 45 JT 9 5 J 1rThis lit the t me to r h t t 1 I For Only 1 I 00 OIl COReLIABILITIES 00 u statement o CII DAN KY AT Nov Due reserve agents If7 Tota1 tJ CapItalstock Total 9 i7 J A C ROBINSON want 53 1i turk a 1 ey of frost anyone Record 4 lt sotJBCls ranking houseturuttttrenudfiatnres 75 5 Legal 25 less taxes Sank a bore OF Tilt d llUSS circulation Daukhn from checks nb thlst will your R IT IOGAN Agent hIandasterKennf U rJL 0 i ore tat j to B Markets T ixjuisriwR vv Nov 1 i r M CATTLE Choice to prime shfpplne tcirs 4 LVa 3hd hi m to toed shl l UK etnri 4 HX ChoicobuU ier tt er 4 OC I 2 Medium to gpSd In Jiffra S 4U S Common to medium butchers 3 00 3 S Good to cholfu feeder 3 S5O 3 Common to medium feeders 2 25 3 t Good to extra m 3 00c4 3 Common to medium stock steers 2 2fi3 3 i Good to choice stock heifers 2 5fl i f Common to medium stock heifers 2 US 2 Plain light mixed stockers 1 To 2 S Medium to good 2 0 2 Choice veal calves G OJy C Common to medium calves 3 3 Choice packing and hatchets 200 toTOOlbs Medium packers 160 Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs 4 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ills I Good plgH 50 to 90 113 4 Roughs 150 to 5001 b V4 SHEEP AND rAmS Good to extra shipping sheep 2 05j 2 Fair to good 2 00 2 Common medium 1 50 2 Bucks 1 50 2 Extra shipping Iambs 1 Best butcher Iambs ommon lambs 3 00 One red steer weight about 700 Ibs heifer weight about 500 came my Oct Owner can liavc same by proving and paying all charges W M Duncan Bourne Ky Jl2G4t Public Sale near Paint Lick sell to the highest bidder the following property x 1 horse mule 1 bay horse 1 yearling mule 2 mule colts 1 gelding 2mares in foal to jack 5 milk cows 4 yearling steers and heifers 1 year ling hull 3 calves 5 brood sows and 25 shoats some feed and corn Lot of farming implements Terms All sums under cash hand Over that amount a credit of six months without interest will be given purchaser to furnish note with good security Sale begins at 10 oclock a in G T BALLAUD IKKF RKCLIMNC C1IIUACAUS rite IIcmleiKoiiV Always first Louisville Ky Oct 20 1 0J The public will be pleased to learn of the latest innovation in the way of comfort in travel for its pat which is now being offered by most popular railroadTho Route which road has been riglitly termed t a e Kentuckians OlllcialEoute to the West and South west It has just been announced from the general offices of the Louisville Henderson Sr 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 the shops and are a revelation in the car builders art The cars are strictly uptodate tirst class palaces of travel on wheels and this is only one of the many sur prises which are promised for Worlds Fair travel by the Ilen dcrsouKoute 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 are upholstered in beau tiful green plush in addition to smok ing and toilet rooms the smoking rooms being finished throughout in leather They are also fitted up with triple trucks which feature will do away with the jerk jar and strain in cident to travel in the ordinary rail and insures a smooth com This should prove more thin a popular feature in train serv ic to the traveling public and we can that traveling you get the Henderson Route habit PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to move to On ensboro Ky I will on SATURDAY NOV 28 1903 sell or rent my nice residence consist fug of a dwelling with eight nice rooms two Halls Veranda up and down stairs two kitchens and cellar I smokehouse and all other necessary outbuildings Also two large tobacco barns on the place and 31 acres of land Any one desiring a beautiful homer will do well to call on the undersigned and see the property EKUTKAM SIRATT Lowell Ky nov G td POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give toall 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 i F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan N BAnderson R A Beazley Milt Ward T L Broaddus W Sutton L Kelly Mrs J U West Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook MrsFMFarra P J White L Davidson J Daniels Jas R Henry Gill W A Burton C Hemphill Leslie Harber HenryJCuhlmann W A Wneelqr E Dunif sister 0 W Mitchell 5 o o o s 50 w r o oo 6 75 50 60 I tI 10 t 1 00 HOGS tbs 4 lb Ink andred 25th property ont I 10 in- v trav ling Irons lI n the pnblic mentioned waycoach fortele rifle only suggest ill n6 warning S Mrs P HemPb ill Walden A 1 T I I r J h 4 stock bails toM11 tt trh barn G year uld C G law- S tiles D wy t a rt iI f j f j i Ti2 oiiy k i va i u I tll renews lift and tiiake tilt bluoil youn j just iutroJuci1 in Tvi cisur Ky by R K McRobtrts It is a blood niiduiavi it cuui ul dscai s mta sing from impureBlood A positive cure for R itttmitisia Catarrh andIJjZima builds up ta syi n iiiis the c eeks rudy elastic body strong and MAKKb THE ULUOD YOUNG READ THE EVIDENCE Mrs Susan Lewton of Malvern Ohio writes I had Kheuai ittsm or one year and a considerable por Han of the time I was o bad I could walk My anklewas so swollen a great denlof the time I could scarcely get on my shoes My limos were numb auto suffered continually I tried a great many remedies but was unable to get relief until I tried LIFE PLANT I took four bottles and was entirely cured It is a great remedy 1 The Lite Plant Co Dear Sir I write this as an open letter and for the benefit ofF those who are suffering with that painful disease Rheumatism I was afflicted with Rheumatism for several mouths my handsI were swollen so badly I could not close them and most of thetime I was confined to my ro m I tried most everything thatwas parscrtbedor recommenced to me I was finally induced g to try LIFE After taking one bottle I was able to beg around I have to this time taken three bottles and I feel as and free front Rheumatism as though I never had any I am now in my y2d year and am able to do all my own workTrusting that this letter of recommendation will induceL sufferers of Rheumatism to trv LIFE PLANT for it cannot be praised too highly I remain your truly Mrs J W Williams Wayuesburg 0 March 7 1902 Mrs Mary J Suitt of Cambridge 0 says I have been afflicted with Rheumatism some time located in different parts of the body I was not able to get relief until I took LIFEPLANT Tvo betties did the work I can heartily recommend i it to all afflicted with Rheumatism Han H H Potter New Philadelphia Ohio speaks in the following emphatic terms of the curatives properties of LIFE PLANT I have used LIFE PLANTas a family medicine for two years I can heartily endorse it as a most valuable and remarkable In fact its use prdves to be all that is claimed for it It is truly a medicine of merit 1 Git the BSSr FIRST LIFE PLNTT is the best Get quick Maiif by THE LIFE PLANT CO Canton Ohio jfj For sale by R E McRoberts And dont encourage the violation of the law buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky We Have a Right to Sell you Whisky And Have a Right to Buy it From Us READ OUR PROPOSITION We will seta you one full of JO je rol l either Itye or bunion Whiskoy nicelypacked In plain box for llOl1 two quarts for fdocor four quarts 25 and we will pay elloxpress chrs8i It will cost yon just cents to send us either one or two dollars and u centsto send u 2i i08tofflcc money order tliun you Jet of tonyear old Whisky oliitely pure for jnss the shine price you PRY for a boH culled whisky which is KerotH to your health Aud If you bay four quarts you get it tit SH cts n quart or we will send you oue gallon of sixyearold whisky guaranteed absolutely nicely picked in plainbox for 2 0 two gallon for 410 three gallons for 6y a four gallon jug for 825 all express charges pall by ns to your nearest once Yon ought to have whisky in your house your doctor will tell you that whl ky is the no doctor ratty no whiskey In the house what would a few ounces of whisky be worth to yenon such nti occasion Forewarned i forearmed In time of peace prepare for war getsome whisky but get good IUUK whisky dont allow anyone to sell you n mlseiable compound cheap Wend us your otter today Our postive guarantee goes with every order If you are not pleased with the goodswhen you receive them we will cheerfully return your money Isnt that fair enough AVo are reliable we will do just what we say Experience will give von confidence Ueference the Lexington City Xtiounl Dunk or the Adams Kxpress Co at Lexington Remember we pay all express charge Slake remittance payable to and address DISTILLING C O Lexington KyA nice etched glass and cork screw fe with every order ENDS SPENCFRi ana Expert Accountant Educates Young People For Euaasss Good Employment and Success CALL CT WIITE FOR FULL INFORMATION SIXTH AND MAIN EXPERT AfiHOilNTING DEPARTH Business College ETURNEH 1 CHAS G HARRIS f ARE YOU SORE USE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded NeuralgiaThe the Fever and Inflammation Sold only th 25c SOc ii 100 Bottles A t all good Druggists t L4 r 1 1bd tj 6r I I SrDfltls r r H i I jI l f welt rem ly j D FliJ on mlat6 rlW by quart J it quart compound pure borero Its in us The LTAGiN tc V y Union fl2ienal Duk- EfJi ig lomSVlltEKY Ii PIHJ fiRu haracamp 1l1uscula Rheumatism t ab 1 aLa step 1 y tip t ome 1 t I t t it- t 1 t- M You furls via 11101I1 r t srpscrs t T 0 r EODOL digests what you eat KODOL cleanses purifies strengths and sweetens the stomach KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles KODOL accelerates the of the gas digestive organs KODOL an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled j action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL is the wonderful that Is making sojnany sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2 times the trtt size which sells SOc FrmrW Mir ir E C DeVITT 4 CO CBIUM Sold by Frisbie DRPIERCES MEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR BLOOD LIVER LUNGS V j action trlc glands and gives tone to relieves I contained FP GOLOElI J th remedy for Ls ti Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it A Perfect All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if U fails Trial Bottles free DISEASES are the most all l 0 Guaranteed Rene or refunded Contains troubles PRICE SOc aad 100 I very For Price ggls and 5 c 100 For KIDNEY fatalof diseases JKIDNEY III t J ring ON8171r1PTr0 Ill r eminentF ti CqitcA