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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER DECEMBER 11 1903 v f I f 0 J t d I t I rOlTrlticr PEAR 0 111 H f Jh Xr Y1Jl J BY FRIDAY K We Have the Goods We Have the Prices want your trade The Mowing Goods for Cash Lap Robes heavy fur 3 36 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 Full size chase lap robe plush i 03 Full size horse cover extra heavy i 08 6O 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 77 The Wonder oak heating stove will pay for it self in saving of fuel in one winter Extra heavy lining nickel rail v 5 Our favorite the best stove made full nickeled Good coal bucket with shovel 25 CUTLERY Our 20th century wonder Bread knife Paring knife and Carver Black wood handles the 3 knives 25 Butcher knife the talk of the warranted 13 Sausage mills 73 i 13 Sausage 65 500 whips at factory prices tv 17 Single barrel No 12 breech loading 3 59 Double barrel shot guns 12 7 83 Oak mantles full size 3 25 LARGE LINE OF ORATES s Grates with side jambs i 05 A 22 rifle shoots short or long catrldge i 17 No with resevoir 18 in with cooking utensels 17 48 The celebrated Sport saddle v g 30 We are making room for large line of useful Christmas presents and will have the goods and prices to suityou JRHaselden lt iwuiW c I 1 I 1 I HEATING I 65 Air tight 865 f c I I Ever 1 town H 1 I I I J I I cooking oven I K our J C 1 t r Warranted stuffiershotgun Nor S tp stove tI t I tj Via 01 Local Interest The Ladies Aid Society will have an entertainment at the court house on Dec 19 The handkerchief sale advertised by the Young Peoples MissionarySociety of Presbyterian church has DeeD post poned t Eld W H Baker of Glascow Ky has accepted a call to the Christian church of Meridian and will leave for his new charge Jn January Improvements The Bastin Telephone people are putting in line of heavy poles between Livingston and Mt Vernon A pew wire will be strung between these points in next two weeks Good Youngsters As Christmas draws nigh attend ance at Sunday School Increases Mr H A B Marksbury said last Sunday If the attendance at the Christian Sunday School continues to increase we will have to enlarge the building W V Rally at Danville Ky On Dec 15th the Christian churches of this part of the state will unite in a great rally Speakers of national besides talent of the local churches will be on the program The Danville church will entertain the guests for dinner the invitation is un limited Catholic Services Father Beeler of Nicbolasville was here Sunday and conducted services at the court house Father Beeler is a good man and has many friends here not only in his own church but with the people generally There are a number of Catholics in this bcality and if an effort should be made to erect a church building we believe enough contributions would be readily forthcoming to complete the work ExGov Bridly Better The Louisville Post says fomerGov Bradley was able to return to his office Saturday the first time in ten weeks Gov Bradley recently suffered a mild attack of typhoid fever which has left him in a weakened and nervous condition I am feeling as well as could be expected said Gov Bradley land with the appetite have think should soon regain my strength However I have not been on any bear bunts yet some of the local papers to the contrary notwithstanding City Assessment At the meeting of the City Council Monday night Judge M D Hughes filed his assessors books and the fol lowing is a part of his report Real estate is looking up as indicated bv sales the property being listed at pur chase price Uniformity prevails in that class of property Personal has been unsettled and requiring extra work to list it properly Some estates have been and distributed among Others have left the city and considerable property hay gone out Several thousand dollars have been in City bonds which are not listable These various causes a loss of forty dollars as the items will show This loss has been overcome and the property list has been increased 125000 which gains of 165000 This list now amounts to 1807055 as against 1872 000 last year The list filed byJudge Hughes is the most complete the City has had and his diligent work meritsthe thanks of the people of the town Mr Hughes visited each party going to some several timeaThe books are neatly prepared and have been highly complimented Too High to be Popular The high prices asked for turkeys for the Thanksgiving trade is said to have caused a rebllllon and a corres pondingly large reduction from the usual sales especially in the larger cities and as there are a large number of these succulent birds left on band in cold storage for the market The CourierJournal in discussing the subject says Ponltry dealers anticipate a repe tition of the light demand for the Christmas trade and will make their plans accordingly The crop of in the country this year small and dealers were able to get what they needed for the trade only because the wanta of the community were restricted the people last year paid as high as 22c a pound for their turkeys they were jin willing to do the same this year and to on pork or beef the price was not as high as it wasthen Unless the light buying should cause a rapid fall in the price before the December market opens the move promises to be decidedly light for Christmas sales The rebellion Jhe nigh prices is of a nature and dealers do not antic pate reversal sentiment among consumers when the holidays roll around A Cart f Thanks toe this method of to Beigbborsaoi friends who so kind IB jour recent bereave ment our sincere We appre elate cteeply the aaany Mad favors and words W Mrs R ABini I Miss I a new A Great Mluiosary I I property settled I Invested I ever I I I aresult turkeys was sacrificed on menu substantial J 1Iide J More reputation quite variable nonresidents inured thousand required Christmas While sentiment dlnin Thanksgiving although against a- We express those were thank cO tort LOIdi1 M rrt i If A nice Xmas present for your friend would be yearly subscription to The Becord Much moving is now under wayand 6y first of January many will have new locations Mrs F Gallaher daughter of the late Allen BUrnside is very low of pneumonia at her home in Danville Eld F M Tinder will preach next Sunday on the following subjects 10 30 A M Our Fellowship 7 p M Getting Beady for Christmas Mr R A Stone has about completed a neat dwelling on his lot street More dwellings are need ed as rent is outrageously high InLan caster Money ForTeachers Mrs Lewis Walker the efficient has received money for county teachers and will be ready to pay same Saturday The Town Vote In City Assessor M D Hughes it is shown there are 243 white and 201 colored voters in the the lim its tota444 This office has been full to over flow InK with job work this week The peo ple are learning that they get what they want at The Record office and it dont cost em a fortune either Big Gourd Mr J W Smith of Paint ed us a gourd which measures exactly I five feet seven inches in It was raised a year ago and has been dried and hollowed out It I will hold a bushel and one peck Killing In Lincoln James H Kennedy a son of Grove C Kennedyshot and killed Will Holmes son of Dud Holmes near Cedar Creek in Lincoln county Saturday night Kennedy claims a clear case of self de fense and immediately surrendered to the authorities The City Monday night This was the last meeting of the year and Mayor Bobt Kinnaird treated all the city officials to oysters at Zim mers restaurant The editor is thank ful for invitation which press of work prevented our accepting Dont forget Miss Sallie Elkins sale of decorated porcelainat the PU Friday and Saturday Dec 18 and 19 This is a good chance to get something nice for Xmas so dont n make allvour purchases until you stock We have information from the farm ers who have examined the growing crop of wheat that it is damaged by the recent cold spell there being no snow to protect it the late sowing badly damaged on account of the drouth the plant did not take root sufficient and the plant being tender looks to be killed Shameful But True Ledger Republican If the coming Legislature the to disfranchise the negro and it is a foregone conclusion that itwill it will be a heavy blow to a large number of industrious vote sellers in this city The unpurcbasa ble negroes in Maysville could be into asingle street car and those who pay poll tax could travel in a wheel harrow This is shameful but its true Editors to Meet The midwinter session of the Ken tuckyPress Association will be held at the Gait House Louisville Friday This is not the best time to hold the meeting as the editors are very busy but as matters of vital importance to publisher must be to at once the deemed it best to call the meeting now It is hoped all will be thereand indications are that most of them wilL Addresses will be made byHon Henry Watterson Col W C P Breckin ridge and other prominent newspaper men while papers will be read by other editors of the state press The editor of The Record was honored by a place on the program Excellent Edition The special edition of ton Bee the railroad and mining edi tion is by far ahead of any similar undertaking we have seen The press work is as good as can be done any where and the contents are of espec ial Interest to the people of Kentucky Many of boys are written up in style while the facts and figures concerning the mining and railroad interests of the state are interesting to all citizens interested in Kentuckys progress and enterprise The work re fleets great credit upon the noble edi tor Mr Paul Moore and we join the newspaper boys of the state Inextend ing heartiest congratulations upon his complete success Why not The Record to your friends as a Nothing would be more acceptable than a let tor from home Only tl from now til Jan 11906 Every customer purchasing 11500 worth of goods for cash will 50 worth of any goods In the house free Thompson the Jeweler y I wakhebuM la tr for return to McBobertt It U Ii Ii Ii Ii Ii on rr Ii rr ff I Ii j I ij Lickshow U Ii Ii fi et ff ff rr an I Ii C Ii U Ii fi Iii Ii The saysI takeS inecessary teps I I I fi U I fI U fI U I U fI the Earllog l I Itherallr I I I receive Lest 00 i John Richmond Li Superintendent report circumference Council rooms seethe winter Maysville loaded every newspaper attended committee Christmas gifts sects sward r COST SALE Suits and Overcoats In order to my Fall and stock of Suits and Overcoats I will begin Saturday Dec 12 and sell m entire stock of Mens and Childrens Suits and Overcoats MANUFACTURERS COST ForCashOnly If goods are to be CHARGED we will HAVE TO HAVE THE REGULAR PRICES This is no fake sale but a genuine cost sale Come early and get first choice In addition to our immense stock of Cloth ing we can show you the largest and best selected line of SHOES HATS FURNISH ING GOODS ever shown in Lancaster at reasonable prices H I I I I cleanup I I 1 I I atm 1 I 6 LOGAN A t ltlr lll lilljllT lllllllflll luiUliJi u f i sw9 l i I ATMANUFACTURERSCOST- J I Winter J 1 LANCASTER KY The Habit Of Trading With Joseph Mercantile Co MMHMIMMMMI The tremendous stock of goods we brought to the Lancaster market put our competitors the jump but We have an exquisite line of Dress Goods Notions Shoes Underwear Gloves and everything to be found in We have a few ELEGANT CLOAKS left which will be sold at low prices We have in large assortment of designs in wood ready for burning Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED l 111 1 I li 7 A In II It III I III I I I I o n They Cant Catch Our Lea i l I UDto ate Dry Goo i Ii stocka I I I I U I I I I I I I I I I x- st 4 QOCG1 3o004- 0F Get i r i H i House CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lcmcaitcr Jf M Mail Xatttr Lancaster Kg December n 1903 Much space is occupied in the mod ern daily newpaper with reports of graft in official circles of dishonesty in business lines and of matrimonial infelicities that lead to disgraceful and Demoralizing stories in divorce trials And when you stop to think about it all these things are happen ing among the good element of the country among those people who as a rule stand high or ought to be in their respective communities whose training argues the fact that they should certainly have known to do what they did The safety and permanency ot a nation depends largely upon the purity of its society Rome fell because the Romans were internally corrupt A sober reflection on the matter brings the thougt that it would be well indeed for the Amer Iran people to call a halt and resolve for an improvement along certain lines An improvement is impera tive and would be refreshingly wel All may not like in its entirety Capt Hobsons plan to spend 1500000000 000 by the year 1925 on our navy to make this country tha first naval in the world but most Americans will would be a policy for this government to increase the number and strength of its war ships very materirllv each year The United States can maintain the peace so far as it is directly concerned large ly by putting its fighting power and quipment up to standard where warlike and jealous nations would fear to attack In other words let our war forces be so prepared for trouble that envious countries will hesitate to start trouble r respected better come power Second Ciaa admit thatit sagacious Christmas is coming Dont forget to do something to cheer others Christmas will be gloomy and sad if yOU fail to do something to make them merry There is nothing like doing a thing on time you know Keep this idea in mind everybody Lets all say Altogether Soldier James Watson of Sullivan who is having a hard time in the pension department that he is alive probably feels like Mark Twain when the latter remarked The of my death was somewhat exag gerated Mr Boll Weevil is the principal del egate to a convention of cotton grow ers in New Orleans A strong effort will be made to unseat him If Mrs Wiggs falls heir to the millions for which she has presented claim she may change her cabbage patch to an orchid bed Cleveland has given the ultimatum that he is not a candidate for the nomination for president Hear Bry an say I told you so Grand Rapids boodle scandal would do credit to New York or Philadel phia but St Louis is yet in a class by itselfCuba is experiencing a snow Thus are American institutions taking hold on the new republic Why notput skates on Dan Patch and let him try for a few records on the ice Report Ibe School Superintendent Pruny town W Va writes After trying all other advertised cough medicine we have decided to use Foleys Honey and Tar exclusively in the West Vir ginia Reform School I find it the most effective and absolutely harm less C C J E Stormes 1m whose J G Gluck convincing report From Reform c Removal Sale We have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and and to boxing and hauling will close them at prices that will pay you to call at once Several new for Childrens MARKERS save out Mirkersinthis1ot mustb get our prices for Spring delivery Works ORD ST 0 J e io fihese stones sold by Janyst Also call and errsr o Marble STAN1 LANCASTER a r2 Crops In Carroll countjvabout 100000 of tobicco new crop has been sold ai 10 to 12c per pound Mr B Thompson of depot vicinity bought of George Graddy of Woodford county a pair sugar mules for TimesAt tharoughbred sales at Lex ington Wednesday Ben T Franklin bought the 5yearold Eleanor Francis by imp The Sailor Prince dam Alarm for 100 It is said that deep plowing in Eng land has doubled the yield of wheat oats and other crops They plow deep as twenty inches Steam are used Judge Hughes sold his tine mare to Mr Warlield for 550 John VanArsdall took the animal to Thursday to ship her to forma I N Greene sold last week 53 1500 export cattle to Greene Lyman John T Woodford delivered on 49 1325 Ib feeders at 4fc Mt Advocate All dead and diseased raspberry canes should be cut out and burned once This destroys many insects prevents a great deal of disease spreading throughout our plantation in spring The highest price ever paid in country for a single fowl says theIn diana Farmer was paid this for a Buff Plymoth Rock cockrel sold for and four females to mated with him sold for 200 Frozen combs stop the supply eggs Rub a few drops of glycerine the comb and wattles to heal until they are healed you will get eggs and eggs are money these days A plan is now on foot by the Lexington to make the State a permanent institution at that They offer to givesixtyacres if the State will support the project An exchange pertinently says not ask our Congressmen to have tax taken off tobacco and permit ry firmer to manufacture his crop should he so desire That burst the trust and insure to grower a fair consideration for product It would be more effective than organization among the farmers and would make the crop the valuable staple in the United States It is said that a named Weltz made 40000 last year on bull frogs His ranch was in the vicinity of Beau mont Texas He will increase force by thirty frog catchers the year and establish another frog kin dergarten on the Mississippi- A kidney or bladder trouble can al ways be cured by using Foleys ure in time C C J E Stormes In Strawberries should be covered with three or four inches of straw or other litter which is free of grass or other seed before cold weather The and heavier we make our applica tion of straw the more we are assured for a good crop bought 200 barrels of corn delivered at station for 250per barrel Claude Weathers of Little Rock sold to Elmer Beardman 12 hogs averaging 250 Ibs at 4 per bun Ben Woods sold to E E Woods and Omer Lloyd 700 shocks of corn in field at 225 per bar rel fodder thrown in also 700 shocks to Penn Steele at same price Par is Kentuckian It is generally known that large sec tions of Alaska are suited for farming and gardening Such crops as oats wheat rye barley and flax have been raised and tur nips beets peas celery etc grow in abundance The tillable and pasture land of the Territory at a conserva estimate amounts to 100000 square miles and will support 3000000 per sons Hens naturally lay at a time of the when they can get an bugs worms and vegetable matter kinds of food that enrich the blood tone up the system preparing them for the extra work of producing eggs Green cut bones supplied the winter and green stuff such as clover hay cabbage etc give them necessary material with which to eggs Figure on the matter any way you will there is no cheaper economical better way of harvesting the corn crop than putting it into the silo Shredding and husking is tho next and cheapest Husking it of shock and leaving the fodder to rot on the field is the and worst way In some sections the state shredders are in such use that not enough engines be secured locally to run them Fifteen years from now farmers will think or husking their corn in the any more than they would of out eheir wheat with a Mr Edward Downing of Lexington displaying samples of tobacco grown under canvass His is the first to be made in Fayette county Results are gratifying He has a yield several hundred pounds acre and of cigarette grade Some of his plants height of eight feet This Mr Downing only had two acres canvass While the expense of covering this much territory was ie believes that on a more extensive and computing the ten of one year thee can be reduced to a probably 50 would make the method highly advantageous over the open field The grown under canvaSs is free from sand holes and is not disturbed by f f Jl I lbs Paynes C of 310Georgetown Austrianaby as plows buggy- I r Calf attic Monday r at and from this season He 300 be of on themfor no people- of Pair place ofground Why the eve own would every his most his next Kidney M R Jacoby dredDrUsseryand vegetablespotatoes year abundance- of and the produce and best out the waste and of common can not field threshing flail is greater wrapper 400 Scale instead expense er acre leaf lffti f J Land Stock Chas big mare Lexington Sterling man earlier during dearest experiment produced to the attained a year under cost for This worms 2 L I n I etwe 0Yj l L 1 10 S0 ID0 E0 H10lb g3 r 000i J T 1 Our line ol Jl0 I ni e f 6- I GoodsSI J Handsomest Ever Brought to LncaMor QJ Holidayo THE 1- I I o 01- 111fC11H11N115111i1 11 IN11ffi tf o s e reo eeeaneentteeeso ea7sti79tit7lSa7iC10ItFEif S7liSC9NG51E11 TI- i o Is D D D D 111111Jl 11j11111611 11 u1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in town Prices low n L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0 Q Life insurance policies bought T for cash or loaned on for sums fof 500 and upward The cost of living doesnt bother those who can beg borrow or steal Climatic Cures The conditions in the cure 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 Syrun so is uiood nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the due due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or Ger man Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer you will find that of the of 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 04 BEAZLEY I GO the influenceofclimatic of stoppedbv taking lfr JL O 00000Q000000000000- o 0 exhaustion clime thousands Feb h Se e- R Dresden Vases and China Sterling Silver French Stag Sets Medallions Cut Glass Bronze Leather Goods and the most beautiful line of NOVELTIES we have ever shown 11II1II1II1II1W ni m 1HWmmmmmmmm 111 111111 l11 1 i JUAUnUUAU lUAUAUlnAUA1HUAU1UAUAHAlHUAHAU i III lit Ill Mrs J TJackson has been quite sick butis much better now Rollie Simpson has been quite sick but is much better at this writing W T Watson has been sick but is much better now we are glad to note Mr Asbil Sebastian sold his crop of tobacco to S P Simmons at 8 cents all roundS Simmons and Mprt Broaddus in section last week buying tobaccoR near here sold 32 1200 Ib cattle to Joe Bales of Richmond at 4 cents Mr and Mrs Francis Thomas have returned from a visit to the latters parents at Cartersville Rev Mr Beard filled his 5th Sunday appointment at Freedom church and preached an able sermon The vote for or against whisky is running very close eacli side claims it by one or two majority The Central Record is a welcome vis itor at this office It contains the best and cleanest reading Mr EG Creech of this place has been at Buckeye for several days en voicing goods for Jones Sanders On last Thursday Mr D P McClana hans house caught fire and burned It is supposed to have caught fromthe flue while cooking dinner No insur rance NaylorBlanks Many friends and relatives were quite surprised to the marriage of Mr Robert Naylor to Miss Nellie Blanks Wednesday afternoon at the beautiful country home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Wm Blanks Im mediately after the ceremony was said an elegant supper was served The guests numerous and the even ing was enjoyed by all present The groom is an excellent young farmer of Lower Garrard and is an upright hon est gentleman and is liked by all who know him The bride is tive young lady and is loved by all her friends Mr Naylor is to be for winning her for his compan ion through life We wish them a long and prosperous life AFIOBNP NINA I I very were averyattrac 1 were this 4 hear of congratulated T OL j2 Y IJ S r l 55 iii oo 0 rsb nl t I IlII Steam Engines Boats Pianos Doll Houses Dishes Blocks Horns Drums Tool Chests Cradles Drums Mechanical Toys Magic Lanterns Call at once and pick your presents before what you want is DRUG STf I Dolls I Buggies I TablesSrunks I gOne fRI 8IE JfJJJfJIfJJl y JFJJffJfjff JJf JffJfJrJifffiIffJrtJJffffJJJJjJffJj B1 YGiifffflffl8 9 7 9 7 0- o o 1 out D D o- C o 0 0 or2 7 r t nr re Wheat Drills and Grass Seed T B WftLKER SON The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY J 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R7 DENNY President JOHN E STOBMES Pret v s C DENNY Cashier JF Robinson AsstCashri R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Alex B Denny A C Robinson j jho W HKinnaird t6i Q li X i I v 0 I493 3 8 r2 CAPITAL c o o A 10 o o Stormes t t t i Oo00m000A03y04040000000000 000 0O n i Vice 8 0 1D Cochran E r r K F POSTLE I HEATING STOVES r r ljR Vf1 a I 3Od0i d000400064000440Ob004401j I L A tf p t R 11 O B E S 4000 BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS Guns Rifles Shot Guns cZ oZ H H Cutlery r y x PocketKnives Carving Sets I Razors Scissors WOVEN WIREFENCE About People We Snow I V lA V 1J1 nn IWfhAtt Fe yr eo Fe- J vvvuuoooooc aooosro y xwwr v 4 UO d000 0009dWOb0004060O4 y I Miss Katie Smith of Richmond is guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny Mr J I Hamilton has gone to Missis sippi to spend several months Walter Walker of Stanford is visit fng his parents at Point Leave 7 Mrs John Lear who has been very for several weeks is improving Mrs W G Dunlap of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs R A Burnside Dr Chris Faris attended the Elks Memorial services at Richmond Sun day Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting her cousin Miss Louise Kauffman Mr Scott Hudson and wife of Lex ington are guests of Mr Banks Hud son and wife Miss Sou Sutton otMarksburv is the guest of Mrs J I Hamilton Lex ington avenue Mrs R H Tomlinson and little son have returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Haselden returned to Richmond Saturday after a pleasant visit to Lan caster friends and relatives Mr William Lackey and wife of Mc Creary attended the funeral of their aunt Miss Kate Walker Saturday Capt TAEIkin and daughters Miss and Mattie have taken rooms at Rev C M Chumbleys for the winter Mr and Mrs Hughes Aldridge are receiving congratulations over the ar rIval of a little girl at their home on Water street Messrs Ben Herndon Charlie West and Frank Leslie Marksbury attended the Saxton dance in Richmond Wed nesday evening 0 J he ill Joe kJC JOC P1JCC XSCI KrJVVVVVu I i I i 1i r Robert S es Sallie d Mrs Hugh Grant and children Lucian and Bowman and Miss Lou Grant have returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Cincinnati Enquirer Mrs Charles Ellis Haynes gave a lovely reception in honor of her sons bride Mrs Roy Asa Haynes nee Miss Mason of Lancaster Ky Richmond i s s Agnes Donohue a charming yonng lady of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs M F Enright on the Hallie Irvine street Miss Margaret Miller has been visiting Miss Fannie Doty in terA picture of the following charming young women appeared in the TimesSaturday Misses Mae Martha Perkins Lillian Leave Wade Lee Maret Joe Helen Maret Bessie Bolton and Mattie Mae Leave They constitute the G C 0 Club and declare they wont wed before they are thirtyMrs W G Dunlap accompanied the remains of her aunt from Lexington to this city Friday night Mr was compelled to remain in Lexington with his daughter Miss Eugenia Mrs W C McFarland of New York City and Mrs C K McGugin of Howard 6 were both detained by illness in their families Judge R A Burnside went to Lexington from Louisville the remains to Lancaster Miss Mary Arnold home Nlcholasville where she attends Mrs J B Skinner being the popular principal Miss Arnold is delighted with her school and principal Thanks giving Mrs Skinner accompanied her pupils to Lexington to hear Viola Al ien in Twelfth Night The basket ball game between the girls dressed in bloomers was of great interest in the Master Katha- rIne ClimaxM Louis- vIlle Rob- Inson accompanying wsat Hillsboro news Lan Dunk f roof Lowneys Candies Fruits Nuts Biggest and Best line of Candies brought to Lancaster Prices Right ftfli BAIL Oil SON i c 1 ever F Of S school Skinner is the aunt of popular Miss Skinner of the telephone exchanger Eld F M Tinder returned from a vis it at Carlisle Saturday night While there he performed a marriage cere mony in Bourbon county Carlisle Mercury On Friday even ing last W H Harris local agent of the L N entertained a number of his railroad friends at dinner and those in attendance were profuse in their praise of the feast spread The dinner served courses and em braced all of the delicacies and sub stantials of the season aqd the com pany paid high compliments to the ladies of Mr Harris household by a demonstration more potent thanwords It was said that the guests had infor mation that Mr Harris had returned from a successful bird hunt in Flem lag and came prepared Danville Advocate A very pretty home wedding was that of Frank Robinson and Miss Allene Hudson which took place at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs H A on the Lebanon pike at ten o clock Wednesday morning Rev Garri son performing the cermony in a brief and simple manner The bride was attired in a beautiful traveling suit of brown cloth and carried a large bou quet of white chrysanthemums The decorations which were m white and green were very simple but with ex quisite taste After the wedding an elegant breakfast was served the guests by Mr and Mrs Hudson the brides par ents Mr and Mrs Robinson took the 1145 train for a sbort bridal trip thro South The bride is one of Boyle countys lovliest young women and is universally popular Mr Robinson while a native of Garrard county has been connected with the Kentucky Supply Company of this city for sever al years and one of Danvilles enter prising young business men He is at present Secretary and Treasurer of that firm The couple were the recipi ents of many beautiful wedding pres ents Miss Mayme Ramsey of Paint Lick is the guest of the family of Mr J P Frank on Third street IN MEMORY Of Mary Catherine Walker Aged 85 Mary Catherine Walker breathed last on the morning of December 4th 1903 after a long life years and a few weeks of failing health terminating in the paralysis whose insidious onset could no longer resist She was the daughter of William Walkerand Sarah Lapsley Her ties of relationship included the prominent Kentucky families of Letcher and others The great er portion of her life wasspent at Ky the little village among the Garrard county hills where many distinguished soldiers and states men had birth Where the pioneer citizens had for their watchword the onward and upward motto that tends to the making of honest earnest and men Domesticated in the of her only sister wife of W J Landram both now deceased she a second mother of the little ones around the hearthstone and her every aim was centered in their Their joys were hers their pam was intensified in her loving heart Aunt Kate was the panacea for childish woe Her busy ever alert for them and theirs And to the credit of the circle be it said that they appreciated and prized her That they surrounded her with com and spared pangs of a lonely loveless old age Along the quiet paths of earth far from madding crowd she walked steadily to the end which came to as sighs the gentlest zephyrin her sunlit chamber on Davidson Court at Lexington with the morning breezes about her window and the birds of the air carrolling their song Her loved ones about her ministering to her needs and neer a wave of anxious thought her peaceful breast Calmly as she had been wont to speak her wishes she spoke them now She was reared in the Presbyterian faith and the grace that is promised the steadfast was abundantly hers She did not murmur She softly im plored at intervals Come Lord come Lord tarries She bore her meed of suffering with the hero ism of silence and her feet entered the flowing river without halt or lien character was a positive one Her friendships were strong and her opinions were firm Apart from the church and the fireside she rarely di verged till the trumpet sound of the Womans Christian TemperanceUnion called her to the ranks Then the white ribbon banner became hersand with modest zeal she was enlisted for the advance of the great reform She was the last of her generation Her nearest surviving relatives are Mrs Mary Burnside and Mr Louis Landram of Lancaster Mrs Addle L McFarland of New York Mrs Ella L Dunlap of Lexington L McGugan of Ohio Her remains were tan to where the funeral services were held She sleeps upon earth was hallowed by tender memories and where her best beloved have restingplace Exquisite flowers bloom above her watered by the tears of consecrated affection if too weak to Journey Up the mountain steep and high You stand within the valley the by You can visit the afflicted Oer the erring flitting at the Io T r I was inseven Mr B the her of eighty five she WO- men home General was welfare every forts her were crossed quicklyThe faltering Lancaster their can go You a true DPT Mrs our Hudson McKee Lancaster handsomer berths playing mats and MrsK that you are y while multitudes yon can can be Sajiors feet t 1- I e n tea f Fresh Crisp S Locals Gold fish at Thompsons Toys at McRoberts Drug Store tf Clocks Jewelry and Silverware sold and guaranteed by Morrow McRob erts tf Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats Bargains in Books etc to make room for Holidaystock at Thompsons I have secured a firstclass hors e shoer and solicit your patronage Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1030tf Potts Bros Room For Rent Several comfortable rooms given January 1st Mrs Emma Kauffman n20tf At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance is to your interest J B Conn We sell the Hawks Cut Glass engraved in every Come see our line of these goods tf Thompson the Jeweler Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf All going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money calling on JE Stormes Lancaster Ky tf Coal Coal Beazley at Bartons old stand stock of coal on hood sJ They handy nothing brft and their are Ring up No 104 and see what they will do for you ju10tf Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I am ready to receive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L fa G C Dont fail to Morrow McRob erts Holiday goods They are new and beautiful tf He is richest who gets most out of what he has You can buy more for your money or us than any place in town See tf Thompson the Jeweler To buy a good farm containing 75 to 125 acres within one to four of Laucasteror some other good town Anyone having such property for sale will report at this office n13tf Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster new and in splendid repair For information see R T at Na tonal Bank Dr Std I bell Osteopath Located on Richmond street Lan caster Ky two doors below Baptist church Lady always in attendance Consultation and examination free Telephone No 61 Osteopathy treats with success all diseases New line of Sterling Silver and Stag horn mounted pieces and toilet sets at very low prices All goods engraved free Thompson the Jeweler tf Cuiiitma Announcement Newest line of Christmas goods in town Toys Dolls Wagonsand for the children 18 lbs of best Granulated sugar 100 Arbuckles coffee Best Flake hominey 4c per lb Sorghum Molasses 45c a gal Cooking figs 8tc per lb Southern Flakes 9c a package Tomato Catsup 5c Onions Potatoes and Cabbage Cheap for Cash at Wards Grocery Richmond street near Square See the exhibit of Burnt Wood at McRoberts Drug Store tf Nice line of new Diamond rings and pins Thompson the Jeweler tf Cat Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Co whereby we will pay 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 Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 925tf For Sale 30 meat hogs Price 5 cts J TConn Hiattsville tf T oPreacb at Baptist Cbarcb Rev J L Owens of Somerset will preach at the Lancaster Sunday and Sunday night Dec 13 a view of becoming pastor All members and are requested to be present Property now occupied byH C Jen nings Possession given January 1 Large dwelling and five acres of Two good cisterns property in good repair D G Ross Store Room for w occupied by Malcom House For particulars apply toyM Logan 2t For Haying decided to quit housekeep ing to board i offer for rent the Sam Haselden house on Richmondstreet foflnext year Wiir Rive poseeeeion idJsbell 12Utf Endless variety of Dolte AU q 17 1 PosSes- sion Trademark enjoyment Vanted Everything tf every- thIng 12c a lb 124 tf sys m 2t Bent d d4tr b any tIme f I 1 1 Coat Austin c a mense times the car ct see S Baptistehu For Beat heat s fYc 7v1ripW 1 i M 1siM 4 v le rob Rob tsS T fight Will Be Those who will persist in their theContic rec ommendation of Dr Kings New Dls covery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their trou bles if not ended earlier by fatal ter mination Read what of Beall Miss haste say Last fall my wife had every symtom of She tock Dr Kings New after else had failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaran teed by McRoberts Druggist Price 50c and Trial bottles free 1m There is no godliness without man liness Coughs 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 Tar contains no opiates is safe and sure and will not constipate C C J E Stormes im Self love is not the same as selfres pect 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 fails to tone the stomach reg the Kidneys and Bowels stimu late the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches van ish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m That cannot be manly which Is not moral One Hundred Dollars a Box Is the value H A Tisdale Summerton 20 years I tried manydoctors and med but all Palled except Witch Hazel Salve It cured me Itis a combination of the healing prop erties of Witch Hazel with antisep ing piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases Sold im The Bible promises no loaves to the loafer Kodol Dyspepsia Care Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digest ive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indiges tion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds worn out tissues purifies strengthens and anumberof bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure have found it to be a very it to my friends Sold by F P Frls bie lm He who would be a leader must go before A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very sive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake butyoull never be wrong if you take Dr Rings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache im Islander is always most dirty at the A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing eflect 25c McRoberts m lm Clean work cannot be done with tools 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 flan heals and soothes and cures per manently by enabling the lungs to con tribute pure lifegiving and taining oxygen to the blood and Dr Armstrong of Della Texas prescribes itdaily and says there is no better cough remedy made Sold by lm The man without cannot win respect Iioae Star State Down hfTexas at Yoakum is a big dry goods firm of which MrJ M Haller is the head Mr Haller on one of his trips East to buy goods said to a friend who with him in the palace Here take one of these Little Early Risers upon retiring and willbe up early Inthe morning feeling good For the dark headache and that logy feeling DeWHts Little Early are the best pills to use SoldbyPPFrlsbie lm Have started ray mill and will on band a big stock pine aad Can tarnish promptly Pric right T CteUmilkKj s 1 T R consumption Discovery 100 1 HazelSalveicines DeWitts permanently by F P Frisble AtkInson remedyI gentleDrug Store DrugStore tissues F P Frlsbie 1 reverence have U tf u Bitter closing earsagainst Beall everything U dC N late N N u and expen dirty life ans The was car you brown taste Risers LRarer I f We have just returned from the city with another shipment of fall and winter goods We are prepared to furnish you most anything in line You will find some very attrac tive merchandise suitable for the Holiday Christmas gifts Big reduction in Cloaks and Skirts The Logan Dry Goods 60 J r IJIiA1t Ga iw 1Cl1 llIUlr TlllfL 1 jTJJI 1lJIl1L1TJ1I l VYrY11AMM Holiday ods our O 0 Q 6 THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH Come now for your Christmas Photos We furnish every Q style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every A Friday from 9 A jr to 3 P M Call early OUR Holiday Goods are Now Ready A handsome wellselected stock at prices that will please you Morrow McRoberts 2 2 1 A io o 1CmOeo AAAAAAA LEWIS Y LBAVELL Presidentt ORGANIZED 883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fc to SURPLUS JiotM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGOTY Asst Cashr C D WALKS Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Robinson Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold t 8 8oBgyg 5 ftgTnn POTTS BROS I Lewis Y Leavell B F llooeo ooo ono 0 0 0 00 0 0 000 00 e ifs Turnm FLOUR J S ROBINSON Vice Pre vvvvvvv FEED STORE and EXCHANGE Ianufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash Fertilizers SorghumSeed Pop Corn Criished Oyster Shells Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wbeatfaai com taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 uutttimftfinnft e E t uuU edCorp Cot- tonSeed 1 stoutest cable ever made is t strainedto the breaking point when it is overtaxed Just the amount of strain the cable will bear without breaking can be figured by the makers to an ounce The human body 4s like the chain in I this that it breaks down when more legitimate put upon it But unlike the chain there is no means of I telling under strain the physical r powers will collapse For that reason L the first symptoms of being overtaxed are alarming If there is a feeling of weakness especially when accompained by loss of flesh the strain on the body is passing beyond its endurance There is need of increased physical strength and vigor People who are weak and rundown will find that Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery will promptly restore them to vigorous health It cures dis eases of the other I Ii r fiGtlt ri eiIf dt t 6reliI ittof than- a strain is what stomachand a A J err 2reb I t i irt 1 r r T SIaf Medical Discovery and Favorite Prescription which I did and to my great surprise bottles I was cured My not paid one cent in bills for me since I took nearly two years ago FREE Dr Flares AtaffiMf 4 f r f im mf FREE rmumift of tamp 1m mailing Smnil twentyone mum coot mtmmfm for thm mook M mmmof oovar or thirty on mtmmmm tstoth hound nhomo Of It V Buffalo M Y I has doctors ex DilLY Canaan insn ply f firE Adair Pi ice lryou not Dr Remedy in you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 8LOO Remember this is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper lJl1 Remedy r have Rodgers stock vee wllhserid whenwrlttnj- I I r- 1 1e of digestion and nutrition purifies the blood and builds up the body with sound flesh I had been sick for two with indigestion and nervous debility and had taken medicine from my family a long time much benefit writes Mrs W H of C induced by husband to consult Dr Pierce bv letter You J U Lucknow S Was mn McCREARY Mrs John Lackey continues quite ill John Hill sold to Geo Sadler 1 pair of mules for 135 Mr and Mrs Hysev of Ind are visi daughter Mrs John Askins Mr and Mrs DIckerson and little daughter Katie Barnes were with friends at Bryantsville last week Plush and Celluloid goods in great variety at McRoberts Drug Store tf A little child of Mr Geo Austin is very sick with pneumonia NJ Robert Burton and Geo Sadler court at Richmond Monday Mrs Davis Sutton and children have returned from Winchester where they have been for some time visiting her sister Mr Cronley Broadus and family have moved into the house just vacated by rs Mary Kcllie she having moved in the house next to the Antioch church Mr Roy Beazley has returned from Crab Orchard Uncle Jas Hardin is able to be out again Sterling silver spoons forks and pieces New and complete line All goods put in nice satin lined engraved free tf Thompson the Jeweler PAINT LICK Mr Oscar Hammack is very sick of typhoid fever Mr Fish andEstridge will be ready to move in their new stores about the first of Feburary Mr J J Shepherd of Irvine is mov tag to his farm he reoently bought of Engleman Morrow McRoberts are showing the nicest line of Cut Glass ever in the town tt On Wednesday evening last the Misses Lear entertained in honor of their charming visitors Misses and French Blackley of Louisville The evening passed all too quickly but left many pleasant memories in the minds of all who were present Dainty refreshments were served on a table tastefully decorated with Mount Mellick embroidery One of the most pleasing features of the evening was Where was Ollie Terrill last Wed Besday night that he did not attend the Lears party Answer Bar hunt ingMr John Bolten died on the 4th of consumption and buried the fol lowing day in the Paint Lick Cemetery Mr William Wiley fell in the fire a tingthelr attended fancy I Mrs Pattie Princeby waS N boxes an Mann d few days ago and was badly burned He died Sunday Mr Eb Anderson of Lexington is the guest of his parents copper brass rubber and zinc Roger Rucker 3t Paint Lick MA11KSBUKY James Parks sold to John Sutton two fat hogs per pound Mr Will Saturday Oregon Sutton sold a cow and calf to Mr Grow for 30 Madams Richard McGrath and Chas Burdett are champion turkey raisers each sold a turkey bringing 405 on footMessrs Joe Aldridge and Leslie An dersou of Lancaster were in this Sunday Miss Jennie Swope spent last week in Lexington The best joke lately in tuis commu oily is on Rev W Si Stallings Last young gentleman came to the parsonage and asked him if he could marry him the next day On the afternoon Rev Stallings his best attire and repaired to his cozy parlor to wait their coming But he looked in vain for the couple never came He has not heard any thing of them but hopes they have been united and are rejoicing Stallings tells us his parlor is ready and he is willing at any time to perform the ceremony for those who are tired of single blessedness and wish to be lea to Hymens Altar Mr wife and little daughter Hubble ed Sunday by Mr N H Bogie Mr Joshua Sutton and family of Lancaster have moved to his farm near here Madams Bell and Ed Perkins the birthday dinner given Mrs Minerva Beddow at Danville Dec 3 Mrs B is 98 years of age If we serve you well tell others not tell us in other words dont tell your troubles to the policeman but to tt Thompson the Jeweler BRYANTSVILLE Mr S N Steadman who has been ve ry sick is reported some better at this writing Mr J S Haselden and wife spent eral days in Danville last week with relativesMr S Dickerman has returned from New York and reports his wife very much improved Mr Frank Montgomery and family are moving into town Bro W W Welburn leaves Wednes day for Florida to be absent for two weeks visit to his mother Mrs Kate Allen of Frankfort is with her sister Mrs Steadman this weekMrs W R Ramsey and mother Mrs Alice Admans have returned to their home in London after a pleasant vis it with their relatives here The building committee are bids on their banking house now and the contract will be awarded to lowest and best bidder in a few The Becker Glass company have adopted the cash system from this date and say they will adhere strictly to it in the future The Xmas holiday spirit is begin ning to show itself in the juvenile face here abouts and from the indi cations if the lire works hold out village will be in a blaze with the youthful merriment by the time the day comes around LOWELL I Mrs Sudie Smith has returned from Jellico after a pleasant visit to mother Jessie Parks Emerson Nelson wife JM Meadows and wifejast Mae and Will Henkerson are run nlngji corn husker and shreder r t r WantedOld I at 4c left J R vicinity weeka appointed donned Crit Eubanks 6f andMrs brothers attended receiv- Ing days our her Marsee U alw were enterta lilts and visited n nth Re er of the county giving lEfnctlon The given by Mrs Koehler last Friday night was quite a success and was greatly helped out Dy Messrs Dunn Ritekor Woods and Norman people who have on the sick list here all gotten wellJack Davis surprised many friends here by getting quietly marri ed to the beautiful daughter of Geo of this place They were married at Danville Miss Bessie was schoolteacher here for some time and has a host of friends who wish her through life Mrs Spurlock will live at the of Dr N Mays next year the Dr and will boatd with them MANSE Mr James Burnside was installed deacon in the Presbyterian church Sunday White of Lincoln county and wife visited at Capt Dotys this weekSteven Walker Jr who returned home several w6eks ago with pneu monia still remains very ill Mr Oatlev Burke and wife paid a visit to Mr Joe Elder and wife at Danville Saturday and Sunday W C Doty writes heme he the wreck near New Martinsville West Va The train turned over and all passengers were thrown intoaheap Fortunately none of them were seri a brakesman was A Card of Thanks The members of our family desire to thank the many friends who have been so kind to us in our recent and earnestly pray that Gods richest blessing may abide with each of them through time and R L Underwood Valuable Property For Rent i have for rent in the city of one 5 room cottage 2 good barns and other outbuildings with five acres of land upon which is situa ted the public stock pens and good stock scales Any one wishing a location should investigate Alex Walker 1211tf BEUNA VISTA Mr Fred Brooks and family of Jes samine have moved to farm re cently purchared from Mrs Cunning hamMrs John Daugherty and little son are guests Mrs Christopher Mrs Sarah Hackley of Lancaster visited and attended church here Sunday Miss Myrtle Ruble was in Harrods burg shopping last week A G Scott has had a number of prospective buyers for his store an among the number Messr of Hedgeville Born to the wife of P S Terrill on the 1st inst a son A very fine line of Leather goods in Robertss Drug Store tf The Buena Vista Prohibition Alli ance held an interesting meeting ininterestThe Womans Missionary Society of Mt Olivet an all meeting Friday at the home of Mrs R P Ison An enjoyable day was spent Mr Al Williams of Illinois is the guest of his parents Mr Henry Will lams and wife Tommie the year old child of Mr and Mrs Henry Williams died of pneumonia Wednesday morning The funeral and took at Mt Olivet afternoon Rev H J Tomlinson officiating A host off friends extend sympathy to the grief stricken parents 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 serious results from a cold CC J B Stormes Jm A man is judged by the company he keeps a woman by the company she keeps away from Millionaire 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 wealeb But millionaires are not the only ones who afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater toilers Dyspepsia and indigestion are rampant among these people and suffer far worse tortures than the unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect diges It tones and vitalizes the en tire system and makes life worth liv ing no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 Administrator Sale As administrator of W H Carter I Tuesday Dec 15 1903 on the about six miles from Lan Ky on Poor turnpike sell to the highest bidder follow property work horses 1 ling 1 cow and calf Ib hogs 50 barrels in crib lot of timothy hap 20 bushels wheat two horse wagons 1 spring 1 and ess and gear mowing machine and furniture stock scales lot of locust wheat fan farming im elements etc Terms on am Hnry Bjurlow Admr jiailtl l I e y MI iI t I The been have about I success residence wile Mr J H ou injuredbut I bereavement eternity Lancaster valuable ands prevents 11 amonghe I 1 c ushold at 10 oclock J sand irpd ere Rat Ball rd S this that win killed residence ter are millionaire ton with n caster wen cow corn one 2 wagon hr kiltn one day of Sale begins R is i o as n F h IhiSSlo JIMS Sill r GAKUARQ Uincmi COUK- TTliihartl Leasure etc Plfls- vs Ellen t etc DPts By virtue of a Judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at Its No vember Term 1903 in the above styl ed case I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1903 publicly before the Court louse door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest bidder the following in county Ky which is bounded as Beginning at an elm on Buck Creek corner to B Ilew and also beginning corner to whale tract thence with Ballew N 77i E 32 poles to asugartree his corner thence S IE 26 poles to a stake In the the Kirksville and Hiattsville Turnpike road thence down the same as it meanders S 751 W20 poles S 78 W38 poles S 89 W4 poles S 52 W 18 poles S 25 W 30 poles S 55 W 7 poles to the center of BackCreek thence down the same as it meanders North 22 poles N 15 E 14 poles N 55E14 poles N 3J E 19 poles to the beginning con 16 acres and 2 roods From this deducted the following boundary Beginning at a sugar tree on the line of Woodson Ballew thence with line S 21 E 26 poles to a stake in the center of the Hiatts ville and Kirksville Turnpike road thence with the same 79 w 21 poles to a stake in the middle of same thence Hi W 261 poles stake in a line of the whole place and Woodson thence N 70 E 7 poles to the begin Wing containing 4 acres 71 poles TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six and 12 months bond with good se curity will be required of the the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may Issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained onthe property solduntil the purchase money is JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court I Commissioners Sale of Land GAURAKD CIRCUIT COURT Ruth A Aldridges Admr Plff vs Ruth A Aldridges Heirs and Devi ses Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court at its November Term 1903 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1903 publicly before the court house door in Lancaster Ky sell to the and best bidder the following described property in Garrard County Ky which is bounded as follows Beginning at a beech tree corner to J C Boner thence with him S 22 W 2584 poles crossing the turnpike road at a stake corner to Royston thence passing Into and with the of S 55 E 15 poles S 751 E 27 poles E poles to a point in the middle of the turnpike and said Royston N 33 E 22 poles a stake in the Hickman road corner to same thence N 18 E18i poles to a mulberry stump in the East side a new corner to same thence N48 poles to a stake in the East side of said drain corner to same thence down drain N 1 W poles to a point the middle of said drain corner to said Naylor in line to J C Boner thence with Boner N 88 W 60 poles to a stone cotner to same thence due to East 21f poles to beech corner to same thence S 32 W 8 28 poles to the begin Wing containing 26 and 90100 acres TERMS The sale willbe made on a credit of and 12 months bonds with good se entity will be required of the for the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent Interest from of sale until paid having the force and effect of a ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will beretained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court I Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT J M Barlows Widow and Heirs Plffs vs J M Barlows Heirs Dfts By a virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its November Term in the above styled case Twill on MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1903 publicly before the court house door in Lancaster sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property n County Ky is as follows toVvit Beginning at a stake on a hill side in line to and orner to the dower thence with Yantis N 5 E 535 chains to a stake old call a poplar stump thence with Yantis N 79 W 240 chains to stake K 39 W 2 50 chains to a large oak stump W 875chains to a stake N 20 W 4 65 chains to a stake N 37 W 6 65 chains running through the old distillery of Stone Barlow to a stake near the forks of a drain corn er to Yantis tbence a drain with Mrs Black fast 4 chains S E 425 chains N 86 3 chains S 491 E 5 chains to a at the Purity of drain thence up lefthand drain S 85 E 7 chains near head of N 75 E chains to a point in hedge fenoe old sugar tree corner thence with hedge fence S 88 E passing Black and corner chains in all Chains to a point in spring branch corner to Payne and in Lack eys line thence with said Payne S 21 E passing a stone on Northside of a drain at 458 chains formerly ironwood corner 31 chains to a stone branch corner to Payne and n line to Jesse Led ford upsaid branch with its meanders and with said Ledford S JfTJ W chains S 58 W 3 35 chains to a in branch posit a marked young hickory S 82 W 2 chains N 31 W5 chains S 87 W 4 45 chains 862 W chains to a stone at the forks of branch an old corner to the Eason and the tract thence dford S 30i W 208 chains S 81 W 2 M chains S 5 W chains S 63 W 25 links to a point in said branch the thence with dower lines N Hi W 18 60 chains to a stake at wire fence 12 links East of a marked coffee bean thence kith fence S W passing a stone aq old at seven and thence chains more in all14 81 chalnrt s to the beginning containing 10785 ac ires TIle fence on this the heirs land which runs parallel with the line cutof the to be moved slid put Ithe mace a partnership I I i T ron stnr I aubest described center of Ball ws too purchaser S 4H 2144 t E 490 the 43110 in purchaser N 8 buc eye Lackeys at 230 75 Jo all OQ ono ISO 260 th left alld sun with C a n l 1- I c Balls pat nigh wi said jar u6 coiner 8 prong corner 76 earner o same course 4 dower as r d est o dg 75 ns tit fence The nboyo land prises the portion apart K the herein doG nut include the dower land i TERMS j This sale will be made on a creditor 6 and 12 months bonds with good sc curity will be required of tlie purchaser j for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from clay of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg meat upon which execution may issue if hourly are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase money is paid MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court s Commissioners Sale of Laud GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT JOHN A WOOD Trustee in Bank ruptcy M Jenkins PItY vs The National Bank of et al Defts and The National Bank of Lancaser on Cross Petition Plff vs Jenkins c DeUs and White Dunksrson Co on cross petition Plffs vs The National Bank of Lancas terc Deft By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit court rendered at its No vember term VMS 1 will on DEC 28 1903 before tne court house duo in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest best bidder the following describe property in jGarrard county Ky bounded as follows to wit First Tract Twoninths undivided in file slid the courtesy of C jd Jenkins in sevenninths of the follow ing tract of land on Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a sugar tree at A on Bufords old line thence N 36 E 97 poles to a stone in drain thence down the same with its meanders s 73 E 29 poles s 84 E 24 poles s 52 E 33 poles s 49 E 20 poles s 63 E 44 poles to a stone in a Hat thence continuing down the branch x 86 E 108 poles to a stone thence E 5 poles to a beech thence 12 poles to a sugar tree stump In thence N 35 AV 35 poles to a sugar tree thence N 26 w 17 poles to a stone thence N 4ii AV 21 poles to a stone thence N 30 w 11 poles to a stone thence x50 IV poles to a beech stump thence y 59 w 23 poles to an elm stump thence x 87J AV 40 poles to a stone to the Buford line thence said line 1 E 1 poles to a stone thence x 71 w 13 poles to a stake in forks of a branch thence x 34 w poles to a stake thence x 53 w G poles to a beech on the side of the road thence N 66 west 32 GO poles to a stone be tween sugar tree and elm pointers thence west 94 poles to a black walnut on old corner thence 148i poles to the bepinninpcontaining 235 acres 1 rood and 33 poles but in said convey ance a small strip of about 1 acres along the drain bordering on the Mid dleton farm had been contracted B Dunn to enable him to secure his fence out of said drain Said of land was conveyed by David F Smith to the defendant C M his wife Anna M Jen kins In the the of four ninths to defendant C Jenkins fiveninths to the said wife Anna M Jenkins April 16 1873 Book 3 508 Second tract The or life interest of C M Jenkins in the follow ing tract Beginning at a sugar tree corner to thence a new line s 80 AV 80 poles to a stake in Ad ams line thence with said line N 2J AV 43 poles to an oak in the turn of a road thence with the south edge o the said road and lane x 87 E 803 poles to the beginning containing 21 acres 1 rood and 36 poles Third tract On the waters of sugar creek beginning at a stone corner to J H Dunn a new lines 7 AV 10020 poles to a stake on the line of the whole Ad ams tract and in the line of the other Adams load thence with the line of said land s 83 E 195 poles to a stake near the west post of a gate thence s 3 AV 925 poles to a stake N 89 E pass 16 feet x of an old ashcorner 825 poles to a stake on said Jenkins line 1C ft x of an old poplar stump thence with said line x 3 w 925 poles to a buckeye stump corner to Jeff Dunn thence with said Jeff Dunn and John H Dunns line s 87A 829 poles to be ginning containing 53 acres 3 and 23 poles also a strip of land 15 ft wide that was reserved J AV Poor in conveyance him to Juhn AV Folger running the whole length of northern on the southern line of Jno H Dunn said tract of land having been conveyed John AV Poor to de Pendant C M Jenkins on the 2nd day of April 1878 by deed recorded in Garrard county clerks office in Deed Book No 3 page 01 tract On the waters ofDix River and Sugar Creek and Bounded as follows Beginning at stone corner to C M thence his 1 W 53 poles to the middle of the Bry antsville and Sugar Creek Turnpike road thence with the and me anders of said turnpike N G s 77 E 84 poles to a point in the middle of same a new corner thence a new passing a locust tree fore and aft standing near the pike 73 poles to a stone corner to AV J Hogan and M Jenkins thence with said Jenkins line a 89 0 poles to the beginning containing acres the tract of land which was conveyed MJen kips J H others on the 23rd day of March 1885 deed of ord in Deed Book 7 page 031 in Gar rard county olerks office Fifth tract On the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Be ginning at a point in the middle of the Bryantsville sad Sugar Turn pike a newcomer thence lire pike a line It E 155 a stake new earner in line to C M Jen killS thence his line N 89i B 13 83 chains to a in line corner to Mrs Asa Dunn thence her line N If AV lon chains to a point in the south edge of meadow on aforesaid pike thence with pikes 40 w 024 chains s 9i w 915 chains to the beginning containing 2283 acres it the same tract of land conveyed by J H Dunn and wife to defendant C M Jen kins by deed dated April 15th 1891 and recorded In Deed Book loth pass 628 county clerks office Seventh tract The or life interest in the following tract Be ginning at a the middle of the Lancaster Danville and Turnpike road to Ford tbenca pike and with said Ford 869 E to a N851E5 poles to a 84 E 28 poles to a is 82 B 11 poles to a stake N 89i 3290 poles to a stake corner to AV JHogan thence hl8 lines 2iw 64 poles to a stake corner to same and with line lo Jeff Dnnnj thence with said west rtes to a sfcake corner to thence s 1 vr 52 poles to a 1 rcoin set r JOHN JV of C Lancaster C DI MONDAY and and a x31 Nit w with SUE to- G tract Jenkln anrl and roods made by satE lineN fit w t to C rec I5 O stakes i i I 7 tract rrf ash she4 and wipe lines andyarn leaving new corner stakes 84 slime k af d f stales In the north cduo of the metal Fold 1m iiuiiiih of Suwur Creek to said Dunn thenci with the North edge of said road s 89 AV 80 poles to a point In the middle of the Danville Lancaster and Nichnlasville turnpike road thence with the of same 838 AV3240 poles to a point in the miadii of Piinif at the iiifiwcMon of F Ford Road rlwnc with the middle of said county road x 86 w 60 80 poles to a stake in the middle of same anewcornerto Martha i ml h thence a new line to same X 4 E 62 64 oles to a stake a new corner to same thence another new line s 86 E 104 to the middle of the aforesaid turnpike road a new cutout thence with middle and meanders of said pike x 38 E 1900 voles x 35 E poles in all 44i poles to the begin containing 96 acres land will be offered in the fol lowing manner Twoninths of the first tract by itself and the curtesy interest in by itself then both together and to gather with curtesy in the second tract then curtesy in second tract by itself the fourth tract bv Itself then the lands and curtesies then will be offer TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a jude meat upon which execution mav issue if bonds ar not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid MILLERMastercuit Court DRPIERCES MEDICAL DISCOVERY Y II V lea ving poles to same I MarthaJ the I tractstogether JenkinsIn realizing security I jGOLDEN FOR THE t B t corner the hrs the 4 nnnt gvltn R IRffl eNOS SPENCI6 ans Expert Aaouataat Election Notion There will be an election tyjlfl ny ttoc i of the National Bunk of Lancaster Ky it Its bank bnlldlng between the hours of 10 a 01 and 2 p m on Tuesday January 13 1901 to elect live directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 3 1903 3 C PENNY Cashier Sla tion Notice There will be a met ting of the hare holder of The Citlzeiis National Bunk at their office Tuesday Ja uary 12th lOOt for the purpose of electing five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 4th 1903 B F HUDSON Cashier R KINWURD INSURANCE RepresentlniFolloilDiCoipiei AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe worth British Mt rrhantUf Aetna LifelDS Co olHaFtfortCoi W S BEAZLEY Q C FARI8 Dentlata O fflce over Thomp ons store Danville at I J I J t Ii Seazley Faris rae older t i Dont Violate the Law And dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky We Have a Right to Sell you Whisky dud You Have a Right to Buy it From Us READ OUR PROPOSITION Ve will send yon one quart yearold either Rye or Bourbon Whlf key nfcslypacked In plain box for 1M two quarts for 20Cor four quarts for 325 and we willexpress charges It will cost you just 3 cents to send us either one or two dollars and 5 casteto na ff s io money order thus you get a quart of tenyear old Whisky the same price you pay for a bad compound called whisky which dangerous to your health And if you buy four quarts you get It at 81 cts a quart or we willsend you one gallon of sixyearold whisky guaranteed absolutely pure nicely packed In planbox for 250 two gallons for 440 three gallons for f635 a four gallon jug for 835 all expnsscharges paid by us to your nearest office You ought to have whisky in your house your doctor will tell you that whiky lithebest and least harmful stimulant that yon can use and la better than drug Think of the horror of a sudden attack of toothache cramps colic or neuralgia in the dead hours of night aidno doctor near no whiskey in the house what would a few ounces of whisky be worth toon such an occasion T Forewarned is forearmed In time of peace prepare for war vetsome whisky but get good PURE whisky dont allow anyone to sell you a nisei able todayOur If yon are not pleased with the gofer atReference the Lexington City National Bank or the Adonis Express Lextaf aRemember we pay all express charges Make remittance payable to and address The HAGIN DISTILLING CO Lexington KyA nice etched glass and cork screw free with every order of 10 postoffice absolutely pore for just rare tall pay alt send is you con i Coat Educates Young For Business Good EmpJayjqeat and Surest can en wurrt ron ru WK BI Pmll l 1Ti9 SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Building LOUISVILLE KY UtIoI NttfHII BIB EXPFRT AnonilNTINR nFPARTIHIENT Collegeu e CHAS G HARRIS j J Tses E1 I For c A Perfect Cure IIOHaaLHa MANAGERS aracamph MuscularSore Muscles Sore Joints and Neuralgia The only External which will Sweat Out tfeFever and Inflammation At all r 4 Dnfffl MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily Lancaster SALLXE D TXLLET Rheum Sold 4 eou sum meow NEW Handsomesteverbrougtto ciV ue DISEASES the mottfatal c aU dfe OUTS IIDlEY citE1i I 1 J i Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New l 1trio le it1LN For All Troubles Throat and hung I Ytoh k Trw J I MNrw tr tB MtMN fi