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CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER FRIDAY DECEMBERS 1903 r lriCZiA jii J 4- r I Is THEroaraENTH YEAB i Y rarHs We Have the Goods We Have the Prices We want your trade The following hoods for Cash Lap Robes heavy fur 3 36 C Double plush lap robe figure of 2 dogs 3 06 Double plush lap robe extra heavy in fancy colors 3 58 Double plush lap robe extra heavy i 89 Pull size chase lap robe plush 1 03 Full size horse cover extra heavy 1 08 60 HEATING STOVES At Factory Prices Wood heating stove holds fire all night Extra lining and fancy urn 2 20 Extra heavy air tight coal stoves nickel railing with ash pan large feed door and bronze urn 5 The Wonder oak heating stove will pay for it self in saving of fuel in one winter Extra heavy lining nickel rail 5 65 Ourfavorite the best stove made full nickeled Airtight 8 65 Good coal bucket with shovel Every Knife Warranted Our 20th century wonder Bread knife Paring knife and Carver Black wood handles the 3 knives 25 Butcher knife the talk of the town warranted Sausage mills 73 r 13 Sausage stuffer 500 whips at factory prices Single barrel shot gun No 12 breech loading 3 59 Double barrel shot guns No 12 j 83 Oak mantles full size 3 25 LARGE LINE OF GRATES Grates with side jambs i 05 A 22 rifle shoots short or long catridge i 7 No 8 poking stove with resevoir 18 in with cooking uteusels 17 48 The celebrated Ky Sport saddle 9 30 We are making room for our large Line of useful Christmas presents and will have the goods and prices to suit you JRHaselden r ur E C I i t r 0 I I 77 I I 2S 0 CUTLERY I I 13 65 I 17 I I I I I I i s w cfi i oven i f 1 i- l T y Of Local Interest A telephone message from this Wednesday morning stated that the editors aunt Miss Kate Walker has suffered second stroke of paralysis and could only live a few hours In order that wa may go to her bedside this paper is printed and mailed ahead of time Thanksgiving beautiful In the forenoon but snow fell after and the afternoon was gloomy indeed memorial Methodist Church Sunday Sermon topics Sunday morning and night The Inevitable Law of God Doom of One Day The local Odd Fellows lodge is hav the largest attendance in its his The degree team is said to be best in the state A most pleasant reception was ten aered Miss Mosherat the Best Rooms Monday evening by W C T U A large crowd of people were present chocolate aud wafers were served and a delightful evening spent Our pea pie have eujoyed Miss Moshers visit very muchDeserved Honor His many friends are delighted to learn of the recognition of our towns man Capt Alex Doty by Hon Bennett H Young President of the Veteran Association Gen Young has appointed Mr Doty Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Paymaster on his staff an honor of which Mr Doty may feel justly proud There is no more popular man in Garrard county and Gen Young showed good judgment in making the selection Mr W N Carter one of the best known men in Garrard county died last week aftera lingering illness For many years he owned and ran one of largest farms in the Buckeye but his health failed and he had to give up work He has been going down hill since and while his death a great shock the com munity yet it was not He leaves a widow and several children He was j kindhearted honest man and no one was more ready or willing to do a favor for a friend The Record extends the deepest sympathy to the family Filling Up The water works reservoir is rapidly filling and there is about six feet depth over more than half an acre This is very encouraging and the prospects are fine for the contractors to be able to turn on the as pipe laying is completed Only a short distance remains to be putdown in town The pumps which are the very latest improved are at the de pot and will be put in place in a few days This work has been pushed with remarkable rapidity the ma chine for digging the ditches having proved of the greatest service few rocks being encountered to prohibit its use Appropriate Resolutions At a meeting of the Lancaster bar and officials of Garrard county Satur day the following fitting resolutions were passed Whereas this being the last term of the Garrard Circuit Court at which the Hon M CSauney will preside be it resolved by the Lancaster bar that we regret the retirement ot so capable and upright a judge and we desire to bear witness to his uniform fairness splendid high integrity as well as to express our best wishes for his future happiness and success And Whereas Hon J S Jr is to retire Commonwealths Attor ney we desire to express our regrets thank him for his fairness and he car ries with him out high esteem May every success attend him in his future undertaking Be it further resolved that these resolutions be spread at large upon the order book of the said court and a copy furnished the news papers of the district for publication- W I Williams L L Walker B H Tomlinson 011 a Failure Mr Joo W Flowers of Louisville has been in Garrard spending a few days with old friends and enjoying a bird bunt Mr Flowers is a railroad engineer and when in our office the other day the subject of sprinkling tbe roads with oil came up I where one of the railroads up East with the oil The compa ny had the road bed and most of entire rightofway thoroughly sprinkled with oil While it has never been officially announced what the result was yet other road has ever followed suit and this is good evidence of its failure I was talking to a leading railroad man last week and he stated that the oil especially on turnpikes was a complete failure While it keeps the dust down to a extent yet what blow is withthe grease landing OR your clothes has them soiled or completely ruined It has been tried along highways and the curtains etc in residences soon ruined by the greasy dust blowing the house As I said before the that no other railroad has followed suit with the plan is proof conclusive that the plan is a failure Mr Flow U an old Garrard county boy and many friends here who are glad to know he Is succeeding in buslneis in- N day wes Dutyor ling the Carter was unexpected soon l ability and I also I I see big rio saturated and I the JalllQJtl wi Lexington dinner Confederate neighborhood water experimented doe I soon are o era bas r tot e Dr Say III His many friends regret to learn of the continued illness of his home in Buckeye Dr Ray has been in bad health for some time but we learn is now recovering He is one of the most popular and best the county The Young Peoples Missionary of the Presbyterian church will have a handkerchief sale in the W C T U rooms on the afternoon and of Dec 12 Delightful candles will also be sold Come every one and see our beautiful display of N Five Days Circuit Court adjourned Friday only five days session This is the best work on record and the fact that there is not enough business on the dockets to continue longer speaks well for our locality This is joyous news and we trust we will be able to report a still smaller docket next court The Pilgrimage Distillery in this city will not run this winterManager Miller having received instructions to this effect after all preparations had been made for the seasons run This will knock several hands out work It is presumed the overproduction of spirits is the cause We understand the Traylofc house will not operate either s The asked Senator Geo Farris Thursday Not under any state of will I be replied he By the we former towns mentioned and his many friends are urging him to make the race He wJll very likely enterthe race at the proper time but is very wisely refraining from pushing the matter now as the people have had enough politics for a while and beside the race is almost two He will be heard from at the proper time Mr Robt G Evans of Boyle is being to enter the race and we R L Hubble and of Lincoln also have the bee buzzing in their bonnets Underwood After a brief Mr J S Under wood died thV residence of his son on Crab Orchard street in this city Saturday Mr Underwood has spent most of his life in Garrardbut moved to Parksvijle about two years ago He efttne some days to visit his son and stricken by pneumonia He grew rapidly worse and only a few days He leaves a wife and large family Mr Underwood was a good citizen who enjoyed the respect of all who knew He was a of the Methodist church Dr E H Pearce assisted by Rev J S Jonescon ducting the furneral servicesat that church Sunday afternoon The re mains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Trouble sad Annoyance Just as we finished running off last issue of The Record the flues in the engine began to leak and throw water helter skelter As none of those in the bank under us are they do not believe in consequently all the contents of the boiler had to be into the street to prevent drenching the bank people Conns shop was notified and Mr Conn soon had the engine to peices repairing the break After much hard work the machine put together and when almost filled with water it was found another flue was split near the top of the boiler A new one had to be ordered from Louisville and as this article is being written Messrs John and Jim Conn have our engine scattered all over the house but ma king rapid progress in getting her in shape This break will not only cost The Record many dollars in cold cash but has caused several customers in convenience All our driv en by steam and without the engine we are very much like unto a cat in perdition without claws We dont know when this issue will reach its readers but are trusting for the best A Faithful OMclal A new Circuit Judge mounts the wool sack in this district with the be ginning of the year we presume a new Master Commissioner will be appoint ed in place of the present incumbent Col John W Miller This paper joins with those who have had with the commissioner in that this is to occur We have much business with the ers office every sale of having to be advertised in The ords columns and we can say we never had dealings with a more taking and honorable gentleman is Mr Miller He never neglects work as some court officials are prone to do but has all bis papers right up to the notch and in such manner that many compliments are passed thereon by the litigants and lawyers So many when given some position turn dem phool and soap too high for we mon people toapproach that it affords us the greatestpleasure to meet up with a business man who remains on the earth is polite in his dealings and believes In treating everybody In courteous Mr Miller as stated aboTehas discharged his duties to the letter and we regret exceeding ly that a change in coouni will be wade f Dr Wm Ray physician- in Society evening after Will Not Sun of Will YO for re election Reco ca e way our man WLI rd is being prominently off pressed M F Elkin Illness was lasted him working Presbyterians turned presseS splendid- s com a handkerchiefs s tonalbe a candidate The se understand ago member sprinkling dealtn inns immediately manner W ti l 4- r gsa Almost A Lynching Wednesday afternoon of last week as Mrs Jack Hendren and daughter were returning to their home in the county they were beyondMrs Hansbury Wests by Taylor Gibbs a trifling Chute negro who had driven a drummer to Klrkaville The brute turned his buggy directly across the turnpike jumped out and went ahead to meet the ladies buggy He at the bridle and the ladies began to whip the horse which was a one and jerked loose from tile He then grabbed the buggy but the ladies continued to whip the horse and succeeded in passing the negros vehicle They thought the brute was on the rear of their buggy and to run the horse on home A message was sent to and in almost less time than it takes to tell it a number of citizens were on the road to meet the negro He was met near W S Fergusons farm placed in a buggy and driven back to Mr Hendrens was promptly identified All the while the negro protested his innocence but as the posse was returning they met by a band of infuriated citizens who would have hanged the negro had not the officers claimed they were not certain he was the right man By the time the party reached town the Pub lic Square was filled with people and cries of Hang him soon set the town in an uproar The negro was hustled into jail and County Attorney Jim Hamilton came out and addressed the crowd assuring the people that the grand jury which was in session would immediately indict the trial would be pushed and the negro prompt ly landed in the penitentiary As the crowd was composed principally of substantial citizensmen of good they took the right view left the jail and the excitement died down The next day being Thanksgiving no court was held but promptly morning the case was taken up and an Indictment returned The case was called for trial and the jury quickly sent him to the penitentiary for seven vears which is the limit of the law under the circumstances The people were when the crime was reported and determined to hang the scoundrel and had the jail been entered the other negro Ugs who broke into the depot would have been strung up too While we do not ad vocate violence yet had those two brutes been left swinging in the Park to be viewed by other notorious Chute citizens it would have had a deci dedly good effect Gibbs is only about nineteen years of age and is a son of Black Suse He is about on a par with the rest of the gang of toughs which Lancaster must get rid of Masonic Knight Templars Watch Charm Reward at Record office metjust grabbed telephone Lancaster wherehe Friday IC spirited ne- gro continued were judgment Lost GiM1J l Iii CiY ourc I PRICESon Misses and Childrens OLOAES Ladies Skirts Blankets and Comforts Before you buy The Dry Goods Go l n n n p p p p P 1NMA1IM1 IINR Y pRICE You should see Ladies Cogan BUELL BOOTEES I i I s CDQ 11 C CD Q 5Q M t Star i MikeBuell Wood Weber CEGodman Excelsior Plummer Florsheim Level Best Walk Over Drew Selby Smith Stering Red School We have the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes that money can buy Prices to allH TLOGAN I II t t t 111 t UOES FALL WINTER SHDES II I j i f 1 t i1i 1111 tUttu H IU H 1 House 3 CD rCD CD tcCD JrtJ Jo 2 X o sfJ 1tCD V YA F L O R 3 H E I M l J s 1 r k aP- R ti Oct In The Habit Of Trading With Joseph Mercantile Co The tremendous stock of goods we brought to the Lancaster market put our competitors on the jump but We have an exquisite line of Dress Goods Notions Shoes Underwear Gloves and everything to be found in II We have a few ELEGANT CLOAKS left which will be sold at low prices We have in stock a large assortment of designs in wood ready for burning 4 M H M H HI M M H H M M M m M 4 M m Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED I l LldDj rJ f K o t 1 1- l I I I I They Cant Catch Our Lea I ate Dry Goo s House t i I I 3f 4 fry 4sc CF Yri- s r P- ooooowo tooQQo oooo ooo on owaaroa 1 1 Fk41 F1 I I H r 0 oeo o I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Mail Matter Lancaster Ky December 1903 Of all places in the world for mis takes a newspaper office affords most opportunities There are a thousand ways to make errors where there are ten in any other vocations Yet are prone to show their heels when the newspaper man gets something wrong The editors work more hours a day than any other class of people They do not go to their work at 9 a m have an hour at noon then quit at 330 or 4 p m but have to put in every minute of their time to keep soul and body together Did you ever think what a large audience an editor addresses Take a minister in a coun try town we refer to country editors of course he has to speak to an aver age of two hundred people He has nothing to do but get two sermons Then take country paper for in stance The Record which has a bona fade circulation of 1500 Expert men have calculated that there are three readers for every paper printed That makes four thousand five people you are expected to Now take the average speaker lawyer pastor or politician and tell him he must speak to 4500 people who have the time to ponder over word be utters and we will wager an old straw hat he would resign his job after the third or fourth ad dress In addition to the prepara tion of his manuscript a country must solicit advertising hut job work solicit subscribers wait on all visitors tohis office and then around to get money to pay from three to five people every week We dontcare to talk shopbut print this so you a little ot the inside of a office and Ky a 4 people pap r hundred interest kncw Second Ciaas every editor skirm- Ish enough printing t make allowances when errors occur There are other things an editor must contend with such as standing off halt a dozen windy communications each week contending with drunken or no account employes protecting his property from careless handling etc and it is a wonder few editors live to be over fifty years of age Why do they remain in the business is asked Well that is a question which never has nor never will be answer ed Oureditorial in last issue about the employment of telegraph op erators has brought us several letters from railway friends over the state all endorsing our position in the mat ter One speaks of the wreck at Wan stead Ontario on the Grand Trunk where 32 lives were lost all caused by the negligence of a 16yearold boy op erator He adds In almost every state in the union we have druggists laws some requiring that druggists have at least two years experience and be not less than 21 years of age It is as essential for telegraphers the mistakes of the druggist resulting in seldom more than one death an operators mistake may mean the death of from one to fifty The Kentucky laws require a prescription clerk to have a practical experience of three years in compounding physi clans prescriptions and in duties of pharmacy and a person of good moral character and temperate habits before he can even make ap plication to be examined for a certifi crate The importance of more rigid requirements as to telegraphers is plain Union labor that refrains from vio lence during the process of its strikes and urges its sympathizers to do the same not only increases its chances of winning points but gains the res pect of the public at large including that of those persons who may not agree with the unions in theirdemands The disadvantage that city unions the general Bam whereas its s jraqite and Marble e are a Prepared to offer the buying public the best in the market inthe line of Monuments Headstones Markers Posts Coping etc etc Our line of designs are latest and we can also prepare special ideas Presented by our customers We quote the consistent with finest qualities erect work anywhere Sara STANFORD I pppt all times lowest prices ou Marble Works STREET u inw Y r r Unusually worl ih neveif tlny yiuutcm strikes is list fact Unit Use hoiirlluni iind rlotciis 1 milit at ciire seizes upon ilwi rouble USTTII ofiputtu nity forgiving vent to its love of die order and lawlessness The public sympathized with the tffurts of the Chicago police in dispersing crowds that gathered to molest and fujure promiscuously any and all who crossed their path Down with hoodlumism Capital and labor will help themselves mutually by helping each to pre vent violence and to suppress rowdy ism during differences As we stood jn front of the local jail Wednesday night and saw several hundred infuriated citizens stop and listen to the county attorney promise to see that justice would be quickly meted out through the courts then calmly go to their homes we wished some of those upEast editors could be present and witness the scene Had the citizens taken the brute of a ne gro and strung him to a telephone pole page after pa e would have been printed about A mob Hangs Anoth er Negro in Kentucky but as our people stood aside for the law to take its course nothing will be said of the occurrence We believe the reason the papers print so much stuff is be cause those people like to read it If this is so they should buy dime novels for their blood and thunder stories The writer of the following evident ly had taken about three snorts of bourbon light ed his pipe and stuck his feet upon desk lie warbles See how the forest looks The hand Jack Frost has painted the trees all the colors of the rainbow thus hanging his banner of death over dead summer The fiery sumack along the fence rows and the piping of the quail in the deep wood over there tell of the approach of the of old the winter time Thus with man The spring of youth the summer of manhood the autumn maturity and the winter of old age then by and by will drift over gravesthe snows of eternity It is reported that some of the peo pie who guaranteed the Owensboro State Fair are kicking because management spent money for newspa per advertising If this is true the kickers should be ashamed of their ig norance of business Any man win has been out in the world knows that newspaper advertising is the best be had but of course little 2x4 business men are not aware of the fact and as they have never been anywhere or seen anything save their own immediate locality they should not be expected to know What the Oweusboro Fair needed was more newspaper advertising and fewer sticks at its head Most people think it is creditable to talk grand opera when they are thinking baseball remarks an Yes that is We were once decoyed to one of these and the singers had as well been using the Chinese language as the common rot they worked on and we saw many people around us who seem ed to feel the same as we did Old T Barnum certainly struck the nail on the head when he sa i d the American people were born to be hum bugged Ono of the New York dailies had a half page pictureshowing velt carves a turkey difference does ijb make to the people whether Ted carves with the right or left hand or more truly if he carves at all The serious with the people is how to get a turkey to carve and if the enterpris log New York journal will print a half page pictures explaining the it will serve a long felt want A Missouri orator is said to have gotten off the following We live in a land of high mountains and high taxes low valleys and low wages big crooked rivers and big crooked big lakes big drinks big pumpkins big men with pumpkin heads silver streams that gamble in the mountains and pious politicians that gamble in the night fast young men and faster girls sharp financiers and sharp toed shoes fertile plains that lip like a sheet of water and thousands of newspapers that lie like It is reassuring toknow that almost all of the bank failures of recent have been due to poor management dishonest officials or to vicious reports circulated bv personal the concerns The general condition rtf the country makes banking as safe and sound now as ever EHja Dowie has run short of funds and called upon Ins followers to cough up many thousands ol dollars The poor idiots are delving into jeans and old socks to bring forth the coin It is a disgrace to the country to permit this foolishness Rags are seen in and a tear is considered a disgrace a New York paper That is conclusive that there are no edi orsm France The National Undertakers meets this and one of the which will likely be discussed a How the be A kidney or be cured by using Foleys Kidney Jure In time OOJEStormes 1m t r r T i good Kentucky his of in I itis of his the to true performances man P how proposition problem statesmen strikes big thunder enemies of remarks proof subjects football season Vi J rice other industrial beautiful time symbol backwoods exchange low wiia dab their seldom France association month can prolonged bladder trouble always e i rM J I tjlftifwfiji iW J r0JJ t1lfi 1 rv J i y I F R I S B I S 2 r 0 r 9 t Im c EC 5thiI JJ II mIl11irnmrmmllfllfmmmnmfJilmmmmm1llmmmmmnmrnrnrmnrm lTfiinUlili1lmmmmm Jliia L Vr v A 1 t HOLIDAYZaM a f OPENNGM 0Io SATURDAY Q o nmrmmmrmmmmml1mmr1jfij1li111nrmmmmmnmmnnrnrmlffilm11l1Ilfm mmm I EVErF SOD Ere lID W I fRI BIE9 I cer fftrJlrJJ lJrjj T0 07070J0n 07r q7J7JI 0 M c4 DRUG 8TORL Qo otoio oo 0 0 oao7 o ohooso oooro aoWhat The V C T U 18 An organization of 500000 women 5n three Womans Christian Temperance Union proper consisting of women past the prime of life a Young Womens Christian Temper ance Union and a Loyal Temperance Legion consisting of children This in brief is the organization known to the world today as the W C T U The work of the W C T U is divided into thirtyeight departments with a woman and her corps of assistants at the head of each department The work is along six lines organization preventiue educational evangelistic social and legal Burnt Wood Display Miss Bettje Anderson lias a display of burnt wood work at Frisbies mad invites the public to call and examine There are exceeds highs pretty pieces and you should fail to see the display Take a chance tne candlestick Dmpliiy of Porcelain will her sale of decorated porcelain at the Dec 17 18 and 19 This prom ises to be the largest sale she has ever had both as to quantity and quality Do not make all your Christmas pur chases until you see her work On last afternoon the 19th of this display the ladies of the W C T U will have a bazaar td T at Ituptlit Rev J L Owens of Somerset 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 of the best entertainers on the American platform John Fox Jr will appear airthe Stanford Opera House Tuesday night Dec 8th under auspices of the Stanford Lyceum Club Mr Fox is a gifted speaker a large crowd will hear him A number of Lancaster people will take advantage of the opportunity hearing him doe Property occupied byH C Jen flings Possession given January 1 Large dwelling splendid garden and acres of land Two good cisterns property in good repair partsthe drugstore niL on Miss Sallie Elkin Church I d i t i1i1 r I some have Rest- Rooms will t- One and Rest now five TD G Ross 4tf t yr We have surpassed all other attempts in our selection this year Our line of Imported Goods is handsomer than any thing ever shown in before in fact our entire stock As complete in every detail We believe our efforts will be appreciated by lovers of the ar tistic and beautiful Lancaster llerrod Dad Mr Ilorrocl Ray of Buckeye died at a Louisville hospital Sunday night As stated in a recent issue of The Record Mr Ray had been suffering from congestion of the liver lIe de cided to go to the hospital and last Friday left on the morning train byl r J A Atnou The trip greatly fatigued him and he began to sink shortly after arriving in the city Mr Ray was one of the best known men in the county and was respected by all who knew him lie was an hon est kind inan who had the confidence and esteem of the entire community He will be greatly missed and to his grief stricken family we extend sympathy I amugenti for Ladies Home Journal and will receive subscriptions and or For sale cheap JOOOO new brick 2u IlomerJughuian Danville DollyBrown tray accompanied deep FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most x complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low I L DAVIDSON c Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for of 500 and upward 9 J BEAZLEY CO 9 4 A CKKrOOOOCsv 0 sums t Z T B WALKER SON The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1POOO A R DENNY President JOltS E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier JF Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper j DIRECTORS R V B Denny A I t JX Jno E StOTnteS Ty 4 C 0C 4 f Wheat DUis and Crass Seed a t1 I 8 I493 0 t 0 a Asst 2 l p hran obIls n H Kin ai d It t c r 7 0000000000000000000000000000000000000004 c0 0e 1 s 0 4 Cashr 4 et Bum ilex r 1v TLB I 4 v It a n K rV00oS OJ f1 IIEATINI1 STOVES n 0F0 t44404440444444444440440Ob0004Pts BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS AS P o 8 0 O o o 8 0 s S Guns Rifles Shot Guns G Cutlery T i I Q I II I i1 B E s wwwv vwvv b Ro ti 0 H 444444444444404404400040040444- f 1 PocketKnives Carving Sets w Razors Scissors WOVEN WIRE FENCE 3S x SxSxtxJK People We Know i i fiJ g yJsfQG i Jbout I0 MAx M C 4444444444404444000 40444004 L rv Sv4C4 i i 1 1 1 Miss Gertrude Noel has been visit ing Miss Jessie Duty DIr Sam Salter and wife are with Mr T S Elkin and wife Miss Pauline locker of Stanford is with her aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Mr McWhorfer sod family have m ved to the Shugars place on Danville avenue Mrs R A TomVmson and little son Rbert are visiting relatives in Lex ington Tom Underwood and wife attended the funeral of his father James Un derwood Mr Marshal Archerand wife attend ed the funeral of her father Mr James Underwood Mrs Faris and daughter Miss Lotte of KirksvUle were visitors of Dr Chris Faris Saturday Earle Ward and Fox Logan were home from school at Lexington Thanksgiving Branham Beazley has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs John Baugh of Danville Mr Charles Frisbie has gone to Louis yule where he has accepted a position with Cru tcher Starks Miss Jennie Duncan gave a dinner Thursday in honor of Dr Simpson El kin and wife of Atlanta Mr Dave Arnold and Miss Allie Ar nold have returned from a visit to rel atives in Niciiolasville Grace Ilelone Patterson has returned from a few visit with Sallie Bur nam Woods of Paint Lick Miss Peyton one of our pope lar teachers spent several days with her home folks In man lays Nellie 1 I t r i S r a I t Lexington Mr Jake Joseph is in Cincinnati more winter goods Col wife of Carlisle were visitors here the past week Misses Miles Buckeye have ber n visiting Misses Martha and Helen Gill Miss Mary Burnside left Monday to visit Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexing tonMrs George Bruce of Danville been visiting her mother Airs Nancy BrownMrs Mary A Rice and Mrs Dolph Rice of Danville were here Saturday shoppingMr Barkley of Nicholasville has been the guest of his sister Mis T B M r and Mrs James Henry of Eldora do Ark are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son Mrs R E was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Ware of Hopkinsville Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney is visiting the Misses Shugars at the New Mason hotel Chenault Elmore and sister Miss Norma have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Harrodsburg Mr Shirley Elkin left for Lebanon he will spend a few days before going to Tampa Fla to accept a po sition In one of the large hotels His many Lancaster friends regret to learn of the serious illness of the Re Mr Holton Frank A letter says he recently had occasion to have a tooth removed and an abcess formed on the jaw the opening of which did not benefit matters Another abcess formed and tuberculosis was feared lIe was taken from Flemings s purchasing Smith Q of McRoberts where apparently h Walker NEW GROCERIES Evaporated Fruits Canned Goods everything nice to eat Apples Oranges etc Fresh r 1 iuf pct U J Daily Cigars in Toxu 3 and Brad Best J t BALLOU SON to Lexington KHfT flWPHJ say le Is Improving LVTEH The following ia frPRi Tuesdays Lexington Democrat Tlie Rev Holton Frankpastor of the Chris tlnn church atFlemlngsburg and one of the most noted and popular divines in the state was successfully operated upon at St Josephs hospital The portion of a diseased bone was remv ed from his jaw The operation was a decided success and he is now on the way to a rapid recovery J M Logan is in the city buying goods for the Holiday trade Mrs William Lear gave an elegant dinner Thursday to a number of her friends Mr and Mrs C F Denman of Nicho lasville spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Alex West Miss Grace Russell lege Lexington has been the guest of Miss Ethel West for a few days Misses Mary Arnold and Lillie V West who attend school at Nicholas ville were at home fora few days Her many Lancaster frie nds will to learn of the illness of Miss Kate Walker at the residence of her Mrs Wood Dunlap at Lexington The Misses Lear have as their guests Misses Nannie and French Blackley of Pewee Valley Misses Lear gave an elegant dinner Thursday in honor of their guests Miss Mary L Grimes after a months visit to relatives in Henry county and in Louisville and Cincinnati has returned home Our good friend Hon Will J Price of Danville attended circuit court looking after some important cases Mr Price is an able young gentleman who has a brilliant future Messrs J E Stormes and J M Roth well were in Louisville this week a meeting of the hunters and fisherman of the state The object of the meeting was to devise ways and means to protect the game in the state On Saturday afternoon little Miss Patsy Kiunaird entertained at her home in celebration of her eighth birthday anniversary Quite a nom her of her little friends were present and enjoyed the afternoon very much Mr Joe S Haselden now located in Richmondfwas here last week to help his brother Raymond devour turkey Joe is in the life insurance business and making money hand over fist Like all others who go there he thinks Richmond the best town on the map Stanford Journal Mr W 0 Walker spent Thanksgiving at his fathers in Tevis Carpenter is with friends in Lexington Furr one of tine I Js valued Garrard county subscribers washers Tuesday Prominent among the social events of the past week was the party given by Miss Jessie Doty Friday evening The home had been prepared forth occasion mistletoe and palms The refreshments of ices and cakes were delightful and the eveninir was one of great pleasure to the guests A pleasant affair was given Friday evening in honor of Miss Grace Russell by her friend Miss Ethel West of Danville avenue whom she has been visiting for a few days The house was beautifully decorated in potted palms and chrysanthemums Miss West the graceful art of A delicious luncheon was served Mrs R A Burnside and the editor of The Record received a message from Lexington Monday stating that their aunt Miss Kate Walker had been strickenby paralysis and was in a condition Later reports say she is resting easier She resided in Lancaster until a few yearsagoand has many friends here who trust she will overcome the attack She is prominently identified with the W C having given much time and work to the local Union while in Some homes are enriched with and hospitalties and a genial air of courtesies prevails which is wel corned in every clime as the breath of flowers This can be said of the home of Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson Last Tuesday evening theyentertained at a card party in honor of Dr Simpson Elkin and wife of Atlanta The house like a flowershowsmilaxand white chrysanthemums having been used with artistic effect The idea was carried out in the tally cards At midnight a sumptous re past was served Mr Lenny Miller of this office gave the editor a delicious turkey as a Thanksgiving present and the next day our highly esteemed friend Hon Harvey Helm sent us a gobbler as large as a calf It was the prettiest bird we ever saw and to say it will go to till a long felt want hardlyexpress es the good it will accomplish The grazing in The Record office has been so short for so many months that it will take all three of these birds to get us back in form Three turkeys in less thaua week just think of it Mr William H Ward and Miss Hattie Arnold drove to Danville last week and were Quietly married in the patr lore of the Gilcher house The bride is a daughter of Mr Geb T Arnold She is an exceedingly pretty and and quite popular among the young folks The a son of Mr Milt Ward and has engaged in the livery business until recently when be bought the Galley grocery store on Richmond street The Record congratulates the Happy For Sale 3d meat hogs Price Sets Conn Hiattsville tf J f Hagerman Col regret friends attending Garrard bliss Mr W H with holly understands entertaining serious T U Lancaster kindliness Thanksgiv- Ing attractive younglady pair II J T s burg uet niece was groo l young 1- L men i J J or on on to Of Gold fish at Thompsons No keepsakes everything i a par gain J R rye corn and oats Bargains in Books etc to make room for Holiday stock at Thompsons Remember our useful ents J R I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bro Lap Robes and Horse at HaseldeVs We never about other stores keep busy by cutting our 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Rooms For Rent Several comfortable rooms given January 1st Mrs Emma Kauffman n20tf At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrey Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Boys Saddles Bridles given away at J R Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of everal years experance which is to your interest J B Conn See our Fire Sets Important Notice taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf All parties going to Indian or Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J Stormes Lancaster Ky tf Handsome coal vases S112 J R Have started my mill and will have hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 1113tf Cartersville Ky Coal Coal Coal Austin at Bartons old stand carry imofense stock of coal hand They handle nothing but theTj and their prices are correct Ring 104 and see what they for yotK ju10tf Buggy Heaters and at J R Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and ready to receive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson b G C To buy a good farm containing 75 125 acres within one to four miles other good town Anyone having such property for sale will report at this office n13tf Read our ad on first page J R H Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room and one acre of ground situated on information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Dr Sid Osteopath Located on Richmond street 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 Christmas Announcement Newest line of Christmas goods in town Toys Dolls Wagons and for the children 18 Ibs of best Granulated sugar 100 Arbuokles coffee Best Flake hominey 4cperlb Sorghum Molasses 4oc a gal Cooking flips Sic per lb Southern Flakes 9c a package Tomato Catsup 5c Onions Potatoes and Cabbage tlrm trv Richmond street near Public Square 124tf Cat Flowers We have made with the BastinTelephoneCo whereby we will pay charges op all for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are florist and can fill orders de signs on the shortest notice Call us up we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 025tf Strayed or Stolen A liver colored Pup Some white on strip running down face 5 months old fat and answers to the name A liberal re ward for pup or information leading to his where abouts J MActon We can show you so coats The Dtp Goods Co 2t Come Tuesday Wednesday Thurs11 avoid the We have bought the Lancaster Flour Mills and are now prepared to furnish high grade flour meal and feed We will the highest price Your patronage is respectful fly solicited t nderi Walker s r l ICrJSp Locals Hasel Go to for seed yheat Xmas p es Hasel l trouble ourselves ow Possession ost Has l s They a ties J R Town Oklahoma den Lumber Beazle a at mss t u o willdo Carbon Hasel I am Wanted Lancasterorsome iiiden Everything Isbell Lancaster everything 12c a lb Cheap for Cash at Wards agents for the Lexington himsmall of Dick in Mens and Boyss and yo rush on Mondays pon Dry GoodS n6tf 1 J Blankets ea pace We aril e eau Hase en il S ells g val s sell daf Friday a 2t The n Co market wheat P e n far it us of is c is S is A L tip f r ali rpr For many yepra I twos said a first olajjs marble shop could not be main tamed in Lancaster As a strictly up todate establishment had nevcrbeen operated all had gone to the wall A little over a year ago Mr Harwood es tablisbed the Garrard County Marble Works and by keeping right up to the minute in both style and prices has established a business which would be a credit to any city in the state The work turned out is as good as any ever seen here and an inspection of that is equal to that of Eastern firms When you place an order with you home man know he is going to give you a good job as his reputation is more at stake andbe is here amongst aci tizen who cannot afford to cheat or defraud customers Your money is kept at home you get as low prices and as a matter of course you receive as good work as others do They have any design you wish and they defy anyone to beat them on prices If they give you a price tower than the city fellow and the city people to their pricej then give It to the home man as he was the cause of you getting a reduction Had it not been for him you would have paid twice the amount for your work Sadly Needed Wanted More capitalists who want to see their town prosper and grow The town also wishes to dispose of some who continually grumble keep their money stuck awayor are looking for investments in other localities Fight Will Be Hitter Those who will persist their ears against the continual rec ommendation of Dr Kings New for Consumption will have and bitter fight with their it not ended earlier by fatal ter Hiination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every symtom of She tock Dr Kings New DIs covery afterevery thing else had failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaran teed by Druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m A man believes in the ultimate good all things until some one steals his chickens Cough Colds and Consumption Few people realize when taking cough medicines other than Foleys Honey and Tar that they contain opiates which are constipating besides being unsafe particularly for children Fol eys Honey and Tarcontains no opiates safe and sure and will not constipate a C J E Stormes 1m No man ever yet went out looking for misery who came home without it Revolution Imminent- A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never rails to tone the stomach the Kidneys and Bowels stimu late the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m It takes a man a long time to real ize that God is not waiting for his One Hundred Dollars a Box the value H A Tisdale Summerton places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He says I had the piles for 20 years I tried manydoctors and med icines but all failed except DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cured me It a combination of the healing prop cities of Witch Hazel with antisep tics and emollients relieves and per manently cures blind bleeding itch ing piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Leading one man may be a much greater thing than leading a big meet n f Kodol DftpepalaCure Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and aigest iye organs Cures Dyspepsia Indiges tion Stomach Troubles and makes red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds worn out tissues purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W At kinson of W Va says 1 have used number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be effective and indeed a powerful dy I recommend it to my friends Sold by F P Frs bie im A demonstration of religion is than any definition The Father of Mercies likes to see in His children ACo Blunders are sometimes very expen sire Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake butyoull never be wrong If you Kings ew Life Pills for Dispepsia Dizziness Headache Livet or Bowel troubles Theyare gen tle yet thorough 25c at McRoberts Drugstore im Wanted copper brass rubber and zinc Roger Rocker 3t Paint Lick Denouncing sin is not the same as renouBCin F put in the local Cemetery will show II continually in closing Discovery tIc Roberts s s regulate satisfaction C 4 4 C m rich for stomach ailments better mercy Mistake take Dr e ld e I s you can comedown along troubles consumption van- Ish advice aver rem its y 1R y e 2 6 9 V Q 0 Q 0 f 0 v T A 0 x 4 THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH Come now for your Christmas Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 to 3 p M Call early 2 AlI 2 2 0 0 e 0 000O10 0OA090 OS0 OOAOO E his is as Our telephone is broken causing much inconvenience to the people Brother Joe Simpson our clever merchant is sick but improving we are glad to say One of Mr Sam Prathers little girls has been quite sick but is very much better we are glad to note Mr Watson of village is one of the grand jury the boys are rather uneasy for fear of being sum monedWe are very sorry to know of the severe sickness of our friend Dr Wm Ray of Buckeye We hope he will soon recover Mr J T Jackson has moved the post office into his store house and is very clever and accommodating toward the patrons of the office Mr J B Curtis who bought a farm near Hiattsville has rented it to Mr G Creech and will not move we are glad to have him stay us While we hate to give up Mr Creech we wish for him good luck and prosperity in new home and commend him to those among whom he may locate First Ssturday and Sunday Bro Bruces year as pastor at Freedom is away in search of health we hope Lord will bless him wherever he may go both in body and spirit he a noble good man The church will on that day Saturday call a preacher for the ensuing year A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumpfng the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day It behooves everybody to have reliable Salve handy and theres none good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 25c Drugstore 1m Wise is the individual who ble of his own follies Report From Ihe Reform School Superintendent Pruny town W Va writes After trying all other advertised cough have decided to use Foleys Honey and Tar exclusively in the West Reform School I find it the most effective and absolutely C C J E Stormes 1m NINA W T our with in December expires churchhe going at 4 is 11 J G Gluck medicine- we Virginia the occurrences sees harmless 11e ft MADE BY THE MANSS SHOE MFGCO ro PATDECI2 1899 AND OTHER IATENT- 5t PENDING B i SCE We are making a specialty of the above Bootee It cannot be eqnaled R L JENNINGS PAINT LICK Dry Goods Clothing Furnishings Hardware Furniture There are many churches the preacher is only a gas fixture A Timely Topic At this season of coughs and colds it is well to know that Foleys Honey and Tar is the greatest throat and lung remedy It cures quickly and pre vent serious results from a cold C C J E Stormes 1m There is no pedestal that suits the devil better than Half of lifes sorrow is but weeping over weeds Good for Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamma tion heals and soothes and cures per manently by enabling the lungs to con tribute pure lifegiving and taining oxygen to the blood and tis sues Dr Armstrong of Delia Texas prescribes it daily and says there is no better cough remedy made Sold by F P Frisbie 1m 1 apulpit in which 4S 455 life sus Christmas Is Coming Lookout for Out HOLIDAY STOCK It Is A Beauty v Morrow McRoberts LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre tI ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS IO M B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKT Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B POTTS BROS 1F Hudson J J T M Arnold ooooooOOOOOObOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOODooooooooooooooooo L Walker FLOURi FEED and EXCHANGE Dl I3 STORE = anufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Corn Oats CrushedSeed Grains Food Bone and Amonia PotashFertilizers SorghumSeed Corn Crushed Shells Cotton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTYWheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave i PHOKKlOO 3 COrn P a jt 0 0Seeds r generally has something to cry for It is as natural for n sickly baby to cry as it is for a healthy baby to laugh But who is to blame for the The mother generally Babys strength must come from Tier and when she is weak and suffering she has no strength to give her child Many testify that their children were sickly until Dr Pierces Prescription was used during J I 1 CRYBABY Favorite c I the period before the babys coming reason for tins isui Favorite Prescription makes the mother strong It gives her strength to give her Beyond all this the use of Favorite Prescription reduces the pain and strain of maternity making the babys advent practically painless I taking Favorite Prescription the first month when I to become a Mrs R F Redford of Rockville When I had taken six bottles of Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery there was a fine baby born to us Instead of two and three days nighls of suffering the greatest agony that one could suffer as I had always had before all the and all those around me could do I was only sick about five hours and had very little emIl I am the mother of ten children and this one is the finest and most healthy of them all and a very child too I dont know The 77 II 77 expected mother Va three of pain I writes Land Stock Crops A Iready this year America has ship ped 80000 tuns of agricultural imple ments into Russia A bee tree is told of in Miami ty near Akron that yielded 300 pounds of honey whencut down last week In nearly all cases a hog that is kept penned up in a close pen with a board hour will get stiff or become crippled in some way A few days ago John Haashberger of Illinois sold 20 head of high grade draft horses in Chicago the Drovers Journal says at an average of a little over 300 per head which shows that there is a profit in growingsuch horses Richard Foleyja Danville gro ceryman made a shipment of fifty bushels of hickory nuts to Massachu setts parties This is probably biggest shipment of hickory nuts that ever left the county of Boyle There is an enormous demand for both fowls and eggs of all of the really useful varieties of pure bred poultry Inclnding turkeys ducks and geese and when offered for sale through the columns of any good agricultural will result in the disposal of a goodly r of fowls aud gus at prices in advance of market prices The demand for big draft horses in this country at the present time is so great that the buyers are hunting up the big 3year olds for which the city merchants and manufactures pay big prices to get them even so yeung and with light work mature them up to full work According to estimates of the Dedartment at Washington the total sugar production of the world for 19034 will be 10426800 tons Cuba and Java it is stated will 45 per cent of the worlds output of cane sugar that will be a leading feature of the dairy section at the Worlds Fair TJlie creamejy will be iso feet long and 20 feet wide and the wall will be of glass Visitors may see every process to which the milk is treated from the time of its receipt until it is trans formed into butter or cheese Representative Trimble of has introduced a bill in theHcuse which if passed will make the tobacco growers independent of the trusts The bill provides for the marketing by the growers in any package orquan tity crude tobacco without tax This will enable the growers to putThe on the market six cents cheaper the trusts Mr says if the Republicans oppose the bill they THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS lEMEDT FOR INTERNAL o EXTERNAL USE RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHCEA AND ALL BODILY PAINS PRICE so CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE CoC- OVINGTCN KENTUCK If your Druggist have not got Dr Bodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to pure Mention this paper when writing f i lr papers numb Agricultural produce production Kentucky tobacco than TQmble 100 I i near tli A 0 S thanks to your I insist that all suffering mothers Dr Pierces medicines and be convincedThe who offers a substitute for Favorite Prescription does so to gain the little more paid on the sale of less meritorious His profit is your loss there fore accept no substitute Doctor Pierces Pleasant PeIMm should bm used with Tawto Aw mcription wftemrw a laxafr IB required howt express for U medicines n n will have to acknowledge that they the trusts W B Hawkins r oxiimton has beenin Cincinnati and it is reported has succeeded in securing 1500000 backing for the Kentucky Burley Association of which he is pres York concern as follows There has been a misapprehension in regard to the backing the association if to re ceive The New York Warehousing Company does not make the loan itself The company bonds warehouses rents buildings and converts them into ware houses A receipt is issued for what ever property is stored in the buildings by the company and the company as securing a loan from the local banks or from New York of Chicago banks A good crowd of race horse men from all over the country attended the ing out sale of the famous Melbourne Stud owned by W S Barnes at Lex ington this week Good prices pre varied as a rule and good averages were made though there were no sensa tional prices The total number of an imals sold during the sale was 142 head for a grand total of 64305 an average of 452 Of this number 86 were brood mares 45150 an average of 525 14 yearlings for 875 an 276 38 weanlings 11005 an average of 289 4 stallions 4275 an average of 1068 Prices for nursery stocks are sure to advance in the future The ex penses of maintaining nurseries have always been large and they have be still larger because of the added labor and equipment necessary tomeet the legal requirements on spraying fumigating and otherwise manipulate ing the stocks for insect pests Those who are buying trees bushes shrubs vines and plants wish to have them free from pests and such freedom in these days meansjugher costs When buying nursery stocks the real consists in getting the best and cleanest stocks The price is a secon dary consideration Firstclass stocks mean firstclass prices Pay such pri ces cheerfully for such stocks N Y Farmer Louisville leaf tobacco dealers are preparing for the opening of the ket and expect an influx of new tobacco during the present month The recent rains have furnished a good season for stripping and prizing tObacco in the farm barns and the raisers are busy getting their crops ready for market At last year some tobaco had already been offered on the local market but on ac count of the unusually dry fall there has tieeu no season for the handling of the weed in the barns of the raisers until the present Dealers who have made it a point to investigate the this year say it is better than was before the cutting season and that the quality is fair Its thought that a few seasons will open the and that it will be lively until the the holidays when the usual lull will come prevail until after the new year opens Preparations are being made for handling a large crop The northwest hasbeen is and must continue to be essentially an community Upon the fer tile fields which stretch far beyond us will be produced during the centuries to some food products for many mill ions in our own country and for mill ions more in other lands There is no more honorable or useful vocation than that of agriculture and this doc trine should be instilled into the very hearts and souls of the youth of the land The farm has produced and will continue to yield the best type of loyal and conservative citizenship Farming is more and more coming to be a scientific pursuit Methods which were unknown to our fathers are continually and rapidly taking e place of the old Education is working the change The agricultural department of the national government is engaged in a vast mount of research in every branch It Is working along broad lines and Is adding much to the of knowledge in this im x favor Tobacco they slsts In close a tota of 3 averageof near come economy this time expected market to agricultural re I IUD o mark of agricuit a z r v pnrtant field of Industry TlieefliciHl fiiiiner Is will secure I lie larut t results from liis ef fort Time tendency to grnvltiite in tliiiebe followed by a drilL to the country 1m proved methods in farming increased comforts of farm life which come through expeiience and systematic PC will be the magnets which will draw from the congested cenieiN to the agricultural communities Senator Fairbanks LICK J Mr Henry Arnold of Smiths Col lege Lexington spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr and Mrs Ike Ar nold Mr Jack Davis and Miss Bessie of this place eloped to Danville und were married on the 25th ult Turkeys are 121c at this place it would have paid better for the far mers to have raised more Turkeys and not so this year Mr Will Champ spent Thursday in Lexington Born to the wife of James Butner on the 25th a fine boy Mrs Alvah Adams who has been sick for some time is some better Mr Alex Francis and family of Cor bin are the guests of his father Jas Francis Mr and Mrs Henry Wallace of Frenchburg are the guests of his mother Mrs Eliza Wallace Mr Walter Hammach is at home from East Bernstadt MAUKSUUIIY Mrs C A Arnold gave an elegant Thanksgiving Miss Mary Chesnut of Lexington College visited her parents from Saturday till Tuesday Miss Carrie Coleman and sister of near Danville were guests of Mrs W M Stallings Thanksgiving The Ladies of the Fork church cleared 20 at their oyster supper Mr Will Yeager of Danville spent Thanksgiving with Mr Robt Rout Miss Mae Johnson of the guest of Miss Annie Perkins last week Mrs Collier of Brodhead has been the recent guest of Mrs N II Bogie C A Robinson bought of H D Aid ridge several loads of corn at 250 per barrel in the field Mr M G Aldridge and family of Lancaster spent Thursday with his friends here Rev W M Stallings returned from New Market where he in a meeting The Lone Star State Down in Texas at Yoakum is a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M Haller is the head Mr Haller on one of his trips East to buy goods said to a friend who was with him in the palace car Here take one of these Little Early Risers upon retiring and you will be up early in the morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headache and that logy feeling DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills to use Sold by F P Frisbie 1m BEUNA VIS Mr and Mrs J J Poor spent Thanks giving with friends in Burgin Mrs Logan Scott entertained a of young people last Tuesday eve ning at a taffy pulling The protracted moeting n ill begin at Browns Chapel 8th Dec Miss Mahan of London assisting A sale consisting of household goods farming implements and stock belonging to Mrs Hester Williams took place Saturday Mr King Everything sold well The farm was sold privately to J B Ruble at 35 per will pled by John Mays and family Thanksgiving passed very quietly here No special thanksgiving service or a single turkey dinner that we have heard of m The Misses Buckley of Mercer were the guests of Mrs Gatewood Pryorlast week A T Scott our enterprising is thinking of selling his entire stock of goods He will have an auc of Queensware Saturday after noon bought of J W Scott 2 cows at36 also 4 shoats from Wm Christopher for 13 Scott sold to V S Evans one horse for 110 llso one td W Preston for cannot glean in the fields of sin without picking up the burrs of MlllI Balre The wornout stomach of the 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 creating appetite and insuring perfect diges tion It tones and tire system and makes life worth liv mvmatterwhayourstation bottles 25c regirtar 75c At all the dry Jnjlod 11 uc tiun PAIl Ballard man ogs dining hire Marcellus was Thursday assist d 1 IA number auctioneer acreit soon beoccu Ir merchant W P Ruble A T 65 You sorrow Stomach overfed remedy vItalizes h en druggists O r II I I I I I t I OOC Wills wIll ret um I 4 lon Ioor livem thus Trial size Feb I One J isiy ow mcrlluin iizi iiwn ciiii r n iinil side dan liorns iihdiit six inclion Any inform lion rejjitrcling her will l thiinkfuly received or a liberal reward paid for her tit my residence on North Dan ville street I llauiiltoii Lancaster TuneiieTtvlHter Here are some sentences that will amuse you them to your friends and have hem say each of them over as rapidly as possible Six thick i histle sticks Flesh of freshly fried flying fish Two tired tried to trot to The sea ceasetb but it sufficeth Give Grimes Jims great gilt gig whipStrict strong Stephen Stringer snar ed slickly six sickly silky snakes Shf stood at the door of MrsSmiths fishsauce shop welcuming him in Swan swam over the sea swim swan swim Swan swam back again Well swum swan Susan shineth shoes and socks socks and shoes shine Susan She ceaseth shining shoes and socks for socks and shoes shock Susan December Worn ans Home Companion There is nothing more slippery than a smooth smile Climatic Cure 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 Syruo 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 prevented or stopped by taking Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the o consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those whO use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 The Markets LOUISVILLE KY DEC 2 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 23 4 Medium to good shipping steers 4 004 2i Choice butcher steers 3 50 3 9 Medium to good butchers 3 00 S 3 Common to medium butchers 2 15 2 7 Good to choice 3 3 Common to medium feeders 2 23 3jO Good to extra stock steers 3 00 3 3 Common to medium stock steers 2 25 3 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 2 K Common to medium stock heifers 2 S5 2 5 Plain light mixed stockers 1 75 2 Medium to good bulls 2 50 2 7 Choice veal calves C 0 Common to medium calves 3 50 4 Choice packing and butchers 200 lbs Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs Choice pigs 90 to 120 Iba Roughs 150 to 500 Ibg SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium Bucks Extra shipping lambs Best butcher lambs ommou tailend lambs 2 50 2 75 1 1 50 335 4 75 4 50 3 00 POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we wIn all offenders to the fullest extent of the law o g a o 5 9 0 o o 0 trc4I I hill J en If toadstotally T dbury UFo German German thousands 50 feeders 15 OIl 25 5 HOGS 55 4 55 4 50 Good pigll 50 to 9OIbs 50 2 OO 250 50 2 00 3 warning prosecute I I Iii I Give 75 torso 4 4 4 4 SFEmbry Ed N Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lncien Perkins David Stephens Mrs BAnderson Milt Ward T L Broaddus J W Sutton B L Kelly MrsJ H West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Henry Kuhlmann E Dunn sister BJriceSo 5 KODOL KODOL IKOBOL ROBOL Price Bros George W S Ferguson J M Grand W L Lawson W M Mahan R A Beazley Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill Hemphlll Walden Leslie Harber W A Wneeler C W Mitchell Leavell digests what you eat I cleanses purifies sweetens the stomach N- and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and I I accelerates action of the gas Inc and ton to the digestive organa ROBOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to I the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain Is the wonderful remedy that Is making so we people strong giving to bodies all of the nourishment te cot In the food they eat BcttlM ooJy 100 holdtet M MS the IrM which Mite for SOc Html Mir to B C Mm C CHUM Sold by F P Frisbie ned i e IS ItSBEAZrEY G C D8I1 I8tiI Office COreDaavllle t t t t t t a t 4 nd weak th SIze all I AE- ISBaz1ey ParIs I over Tbomp- on a t k s p HTONR Turk ii silllim j 10c hi II i vicinity Mih Beatrice Sanders is buffering from throat trouble Coy Smders bought of Mac Keltner a lot of corn for 225 per hu Polger hough of Allen TesiUM a buiicu of hugs for 3 25 per hundred Mr John Hicks wife arid little daugh ter LaVernc were the guests of M i Joe family last week George MeQuery bought 45 bbl ot corn of James Wittat 2 30 per bbl Messrs C M Mbberly C W Mitchell CS and L L Sanders dined at P A Gil Hans Thanksgiving day Elsbury Osbourn bought of Reather Ray 2 hogs at 4ic per Ib Sam Mofford bought of Steve Wal ker some 225 Mrs Mollie Watts of Nicholasville Is the guest of Mrs Luther Raney Miss Cora Snyder spent Sunday with the Misses Sanders George McQuerry bought of G W Anderson 2 calves for 14 Arranging Editors Trip A committee composed of President Paul M Moore President Louis Landram Secretary R E Morningsfar Executive Committeeman T C Un derwood of the Kentucky Press President A Y Ford and Secretary R E Hughes of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association and George L Garrett travelling agent of the L H St L Ry will spend Friday and Saturday of this week Dec 4 and 5 at the Worlds Fair grounds in St Louis to arrange for the trip of the Press Association on Kentucky Day June 2 1904 when the body will be the guest of the Kentucky Exhibit Association and to get some informa tion as to Press Padi men t Week dur ing May 1904 when a delegation from the Press Association will represent the Kentucky editorial organization The jointcommittee makes the trip at this time so it will be able to report to the MidWinter Meeting of the Press Association at the Gait House in Louisville Friday December 11 It is a foregone conclusion that Messrs Moore and Ford and their party will be able to arrange lot every known courtesy for the trip of the pencil pushers both in and June The Kentucky editors will be entitled to and will receive the very best that is going during their stay in the The Worlds Fair officials have already assured the committee that every kindness will be shown the on the grounds the committee will have the pleasure of seeing the New Kentucky Home the building that is rapidly nearing completion and which is to help represent the old commonwealth at the big show The members will also be shown through the main exhibit palaces wherein the Exhibit Association has bad reserved many thousand square feet of space for displays of the States products resources and industries PREACHEKSTILLB On last Saturday night the 28th ult Rev G G Ragan passed from this to another world be was 76 years old and had been in the Methodist minis try for 30 years The funeral was preached by Dr E H Pearce which was a sublime by Revs D J Ross and R F J or dan The first Quarterly meeting for this yeaj will be held here next Saturday and Sunday Rev J W Simpson P E will be here Geo Isoi has returned from Tex as and will make this his future hemeCress Hutchins shipped a mixed load of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati SaturdayB has sold his farm to Wm Durham of Bell county for 6 cashMiss Anderson who has betn visiting friends here for some time ba returned to Lancaster Rev JS Ragan of North Carolina Rev J of WIlliamsburg Rev W B Ragan of Irvine were her when their father died J Thompson has been visiting friends in Rockcastle for a few days Miss Kate Warren of Somerset Is with home folks for a few days Mr and Mrs G A Brown entertained a number of friends one day last week J P Rogers was in Madison last week on business Mr E Foley has returned from Whit lev county where he sold a car load ot fat hogs Mr Gray and family of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mr W PDishous and Sol Rigsbys family Mrs William Richerson was visitsng her father Mr James Miller last week Mr Sim Middleton of was here the first of the week talking fire insurance That SmoothFinish So much desired by for their collars l given at this Laundrv If you want evidence sent us a trial bundle Wf will call for your work M N LAUNDRY SiSSW Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky BLT LOGAN Agent Lncaster I I I i F N Hicks and cornat I Vice Association M Exposition cIty editorsWhile dlscoursehewas as- sIsted G Ragan MrsA Orcharn alImed Thursday 3t and all diseases of the blood MIss Mary Mummy Chrlchiville 0 had rheumatism very painful limbs and feet go badly that I could notwear my Tried various remedies taken one bottle the swelling and painwere all rone and not returned Ireel decidedly better every way Cannotsay too much for diseases of 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