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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mm THE LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER j S j d l 181903 vJ T r r r rt CENTRAL RECORDpouETEEXTW YEAR Useful Presents For the Men i Razors in stag bone and fancy handles Pocket knives with pearl handles genuine stag ebony and bone handles Every knife and razor guaranteed Shot guns rifles fishing poles foot warmers for buggies har good buggy whips spurs and dog collars Saws hatchets and tools of all kinds For the Women Rotchester nickleand silver ware dishes serving dishes coffee pots cream pitchers sugar bowls water pitchers waiters mugs napkin rings butter dishes crumb trays molasses stands ladles card trays salt and pepper boxes tea kettles Mrs Potts sad irons in sets door bells Wheeler Wilson sewing machines electric ranges coal vases brass nickleplated and berlin black fire sets Large line of tea and table spoons table cutlery sil verplated knives and forks celluloid handles ebony bone rubber etc Carving sets of the latest patterns scissors of all kind and the antee the Turkey roasters cake moulds cake boxes and 3piece water sets For the ChildrenSk- ates shot guns rifles toy wagons several sizes knives fishing poles reels lines etc Nut picks and nut crackers oy lanterns steel traps dinner sets boys and girls saddles bridles and riding whips Cabinet Mantles and Air tight Heating Stoves in Handsome Patterns B Buggies Surries Roadwag i ons and Runabouts J I Mliffl t HEADQUARTERS tt Xmas i i I3- J i and- I 1 It I I Ii best line everbrouht to Lancaster We gUar I I I 1 I I I 1 I f I lOURPRICiS ARRLOWHS 1IILL77 V it it t tJ j 4 t t FIt fJh i1 4J f i iii b i FOR t A Ins t t y v brit1 t chafing j rF r rs1 i I oft 7 I J i1 xi I I t s k a Of local Interest Get your sock ready Xmas only one week The weather has been as cold charity Remember the poor when buying your gifts Rev Mr McMillan of Georgetown preached at the Baptist church Sun day morning and evening Eggs continua to climb in price and have been hovering around the thirty cents a dozen mark Turkeys are coming down high prices and soon will be within reach Dont fail to attend the Convention at Dec 29th given by home talent 2t The Baptist Sunday School will have a Christmas tree at Eve at4oclock Memorial Methodist Church Services Dec 20th conducted by the pastor Subjects for 11 A M The Secret of a True Faith for 7 The December of a Soul Correction The amount of property in as reported by the assessor is 897055 instead of 807055 as the type made us say last issue All parties having claims against the estate of Wm Ward deceased present them properly proven to the undersigned by Jan 1st 1903 R G Ward Admr d82t Try This The best way to feel harpy and mer ryfon Christmas will be to know that you have helped to maKe tunate person happy and merry be cause of an unexpected gift Keep this in mind every day till Xmas day LIKe Perkins one of Lancasters most highly respected colored men died last week and was buried in this Benevolent Society of which he was a member officiating He was an honorable man and had the dence and respect of all who knew Parsonage Sold Mr George M Patterson the L N agent has purchased the Baptist on Richmond street price 1600 It is a well built house and very convenient The church his not yet employed a pastor for the ensuing year but we understand will do so Billy Darst who has been as flagman on Capt Groves night trains eversince they have been on this branch has been transferred to Capt Phil Prices train He Is one of the most accommodating boyson the Kay See Masonic Election The annual election of officers for the Masonic Lodge will be held in the rooms at 2 oclock Saturday the 2Cth Johns Day the 27th falls on Sunday and Monday is Court hence the change Those interested will take due notice and govern themselves accordingly Your Place to Hunt Us Look at the label on this paper are In arrears please lets have it as house rent etc etc etc etc etc are due in a few days Bemem berltisyour place to bring it to not to hunt you up When a paper is sent for dollar a year it is not right to hire a man to go after what is due the shop Its up to you to hunt the office A Young Hero With her skirt caching fire from a grate little Virginia the8 years old daughter of Mr John Goodie grand daughter of Mr and Mrs Duncan Good loe was in deadly danger last Sunday afternoon at their home near Lancas ter Her brother Owen 10 years of age promptly caught and threw her upon the floor rolling her on the car det and putting out the flames with his hands before She was seriously burned With hands all scorched and blistered he said Well I wouldnt have them hurt this way and dollars but I would rather it would be me than sister For of mind with for another the event was a parable and principle pointing to the of a redeemed world Death of James MeCaroy The death of James ty assessor was a great shock to county He stricken by pneumo nia a week ago and grew rapid the end coming Tuesday night Mr MrCarely was born in 1850 and resided in Garrard alibis He always been held In the highest esteem by the and no greater respect and confidence He leaves a wife and three children Mrs John Slier Mrs Pettus and Miss Mattie McCarley He wasa sistentjpnepDiber of tbeChristlan and a his membership being in Lancaster Lodge 104 neral services by Elder F M Tinder at the church Wednesday afternoon the bu rial place at the Lancaster Cwwtery nJ I 1 i A is m W as Milk- Maids the courthouse Christmas I P I i Lancaster I I I I I him parsonage soon running I I 10 St County I I and I ours onlyone I I I a I presence tfulnes- sI Redeemer I M C ly worse has enjoyed joe church t we ewer conducted ant t f tZ I off fro tpo church some unto city the con S If you uS- tand for tho i self was about life people man Mason Chris 5 x s 1 s- l fid i m c r ti the con 4 of Business and Bargains Minstrels at Courthouse Dec 22nd I Get a box of Lowneys fine candies I Pine cut Flowers on short notice 2t I Complete stock of fresh fine fruits Fresh black cakes the very best at Zimmers Fresh line of delicious homemade candles at Zimmers Handsome boxes of Lowneys cele brated candies at Zimmers All of the latest songs by good sing ers at the Minstrels the 22nd Dont buy your Xmas candles until you see the big stock at Zimmers Buy your black cake ready made We have the best you can get Zimmer If you are from Missouri come and we will show you Dec 22 25 and 35c Masonic Knight Templars Watch Charm Reward at Record office The only Holiday entertainment will be given Dec 29th be sure to d82t Get seats at Stormes Drug Store and you had better go early forthey are going some Reward 500 reward for a man who can go to the African Minstrels and not crack a smile Dec 22 You should see our hew line of mat tings and 2 The Dry Goods Co See our bargains in Cloaks and Furs before you buy 2 The Logan Dry Goods Co The Ladies Aid Society will bar an entertainmrnt at the court house on Dec 19 The Withers Furniture Co keeps al clean store and carry a large and stock It Thousands of pounds of candies at Zimmers They are fresh pure and reasonable in price Call on R L Underwood for your and staple groceries and all kinds fruits 2t Whats nicer than a box of flowers Order a box for your friend EJO Gaines R L Underwood keeps cheap and fancy Christmas candles and it will pay Santa Claus to see my line which is fresh from the factory 2t For spot cash will allow off of every 1 worth of goods you buy from this date til Jan 1st Thompson the Jeweler We have a nice assortment of ladles gents suitable for Christmas present 2 The Dry Goods Co If you are sick dont take patent medicines go to the Court house the 22nd and forget your troublesypu will sure have to laugh then 25 and 35 ctsj Our Queen Quality and Princess shoes are style and the price is moderate 2 The Logan Dry Goods Co We have received a handsome line of Smyrner Rugs Any of them a nice present t 2 The Logan Dry Goods Co Bolo Beedledumbo South Princess will be seen dance Dons du Bungaloo strels Tuesday To see her is worth twice the price of admission Price Christmas is coming and the With ers Furniture Co of Stanford prepared to furnish the general public and all surrounding counties with Fancy and Staple Furniture Car pets Mattings etc at prices that will surprise you Call and you certainly will be convinced It 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 ted the public stock pens and good stock scales Any one wishing a able location should investigate Alex Walker 12 11tf Two hours and fifteen minutes of solid amusement at the minstrel next Tuesday night Singing dancing banjo solos and jokes given by men capable of giving them Price of admission 25 and 35 cts Seats on sale at Stormes1 Drug If want coal and rood coal can on J iLeavel at Leavers pic stand Rock bottom prices the cash at The best place in town to tercp cash Prompt atealto guaranteed Ad l ii VSrvi vi j tk at Ztinmers E C Gaines at Zimmers ode Lou attend Logan mc- pr hcnslve 2t you IO cts and Logan I ndlMoquette ake Christmas African favor- Ite 25 and 35cts y- are Lancaster Coil for 1 J 0 l IUf fiJYe ir fi 1r fancy umbrellas Perfection ri Yt upto date just wo the inkier at Min situ vat uto date Store Ceal Adams t 1 k t n a Overcoats In order to clean up my Fall and Win ter stockof Suits and Overcoats I will begin Saturday Dec 12 and sell my entire stock of Mens Boys I and Childrens Suits and Overcoats at 1 MANUFACTURERS COST I ForCashOnly If goods are to be CHARGED we will HAVE TO HAVE THE REGULAR PRICES This is no fake sale but a genuine cost Come early and get first choice In to our immense stock of Clothr- irtg we can show you the largest and best selected line of SHOES HAT FURNISH ING GOODS ever shown in Lancaster at reasonable prices T LOGrA COST S LEI I Suit 1d- I i I I I I 1m I I i or I tale rt I t m t v t t t I I r gr rGAS R t- 1ii jJi ilKfiI J Jl IIL t s LJrb 4 K y c d s V F- ATMANUFACTURERSCOST 1 K ti 4 t t k- h 1 r 1 n 4 t r LA E Prq w v maw K r jet In The Habit Of Trading With Joseph Mercantile Co The tremendous stock of goods we brought to the Lancaster market put our competitors jump but We have an exquisite line of Dress Goods Notions Shoes Underwear Gloves and everythingto be found in 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 Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED i t T l I u I I I II I I I I I I I I I I o n the Cant Catch Un4odate Dry Goods I I U lIIin n I 4xi F t a They Lead House H CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM in Lancaster SecondClan Mat Matters Lancaster Ky December 18 1003 The corruption in politics is fearful and threatens our wel fare No be he ever so honest and capable can be elected to fill an office unless he has boodle This the ory has been put into practice all over the country and it opens the way to fraud elects unworthy mgn and the principles of free govern ment Many of the best men in the country favor a school of political re move to down corruption by corruption if necessary just as we though not to kill and just as the gives medicine to counteract a poison which would not be prescrib ed if its use were not necessary This position is tenable and consistent with reason and experience The am putation of a limb is necessary to save the life of a patient and the removal of certain necessary to preserve the growth and health of the community There are men who would not defraud you in a business transaction who means to defeat you in a political contest and one wrong being committed an other follows of retaliation This is wrong and can only be subdu ed by an uprising of good citizens un der a perfect organizationfor the of calling a halt where a wrong is about to be committed in any meeting or at the polls The to accomplish this end should be The Regulation Party and its object should be to any party attempting to commit a fraud or act unfairly in any instance Democrats and Republicans who are opposed to fraud should join this par ty and in doing so they would not Entered the oJ XV ell absolutely man des- troyS forma self commanded physician Is any byway knownas defeat i at Poet whim defense would use purpose political organization q surrender any of their principles as they would be expected to vote with their party except when it Is clearly proved that a fraud is about to be committed by the leaders of any par ty and then the Regulators should announce that they are strong enough to defeat and will defeat the party attempting to commit fraud Let all good men of any party who favor these views send or give their names to The Record and let the be efficient at once The state press is making much fa vorable comment upon the suggestion that the Hon John W Yerkes be as president of Central Uni versity to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dr Roberts Mr Yerkes is in every respect qualified for the place and his selection would be of un told benefit to the school A man of Ins sterling ability should he be at the the Institution We have al ways said he wastoo clean a man to be in politics The Gfeenbriar Presbytery of West Virginia adopted resolutions condem ing the preachers for wearing short tall coats in the pulpit and insisting that the old time Prince Albert be worn altogether This is indeed a very Important matter Next Sunday when the minister pleads to you to turn from the error of your way pay no heed to his warning until you have rushed up measured his coattail and found It to be the required length This is truly a day of tomfoolery Report Prow TheReform 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 Reform School I find it the most effective and absolutely C C J E Stormes 1m organization appointed headof J G Gluck harmless s Virginia i i I Removal Sale JWe have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close them out at prices that will pay you to call at once Several new designs for Childrens Markers lot These 1st iAlso our prices for Spring iiiI- t i gomi ylarb18 W1 k8 STJ CASTE lij I croo i hL in this stones mnstbe sold by Jan tali and get delivery k artsr 4 s rANI oRD t McUKEARY Bon Ham sold io lieu Saddler four fat4iogsat44c Mrs C D Plgg of Jllchmond lsswife Miss Dell Bay has been visiting Miss Ollie Phengo at Uicholasville Misses Emma and Duella Jones are visiting relatives at this place Plush and Celluloid goons in great variety at McRoberts Drug Store tf Miss Litna Cotton of Leroy 111 are visiting Mr and Mrs Samuel Cot Mrs Charlie Tartar and children of Somerset are visiting her parents weekMisses Flonnie Catron Lissie Ham and Ethel Saddler visited Miss Emma Layton last week Mr and Mrs Porter Wearen and ba by Frances visited their grand far ents at Buckeye last week 40 new patterns in Tea and Table spoons sterling silver Every set in fine silk lined box and engraved at Thompsons I PBEACHEESTILEE i Delayed Letter J M Cress sold two mule colts for 7500 Mrs John Cress was visiting Mrs Jai Miller Tuesday Sawyer of Brodhead been here for a few days John W Cummins of Lancaster was with home folk Sunday Mr F E Thompson of Mt Vernon was here Tuesday on business Rev Mr Dean a Christian worker bas baen here for a few days Miss Renda Pettus has been her sister at Stanford for a few days Mrs J H Tucker of Cedar Creekhai been visiting friends here for a daysJ S Pettus bought calve from B D Holtzclaw for 81250 pe headThe Masonic Lodge received three new members into their fellowshij last Saturday Rev J S Hagan ef the North Caro Tina Conference has decided to move here to see after some business One of the most enjoyable occasion we have ever had was at the Metho dist Parsonage last Monday night when the good Baptist brethren and sisters gavethe parsonage pounding consisting of eatables dry goods c closed by singing and a nice talk bj Revs B F Jordan and J A Sawyer Silver Baking dishes and Bfitte dishes and cups at Thompsons STONE Mr Frank Folger is still sick MrMat Folger visited in Mercer weekKirby Teater bought one hog 5 centsS sold a hog to James Parks for 5c Loyd Sanders bought of Luther Ra ney one hog for 5c Luther Raney sold to A Dear a load of corn for F N Folger shipped 40 hogs on the Fall City last Saturday Mrs Jane Walker of Hanley Mrs Luther Raney Mrs Mary A Sanders sold to James Parks three heifers at 3c Miss Hattie Duncan has returned from a three weeks visit with rela tives at High Bridge Mrs Mary A Sanders spent Sunday with Mrjames Sanders and wife The church at Scotts Fork has call ed P A Gillian for the coming Miss Jennie Bogars of Danville has been the guest of her sister Mrs Will Grove Endless variety of Dolls at McRob erts Drug Store tf Doll Talla Ho and Buggies at Thompsons BRYANTS VILLE Ere the holidays are over the wed ding bells will be heard in our village Mrs EugeneBerkle and little Edna are visiting in Lexington this week Miss Maymie has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends LexingtonMrs and Mrs Geo Farris spent Wednesday with the family of Mr Logan Ison The members of the Bryantsville Sunday School will have a Christmas tree on Dec 24th Misses Muster of Louisville and Miss Pearl Hackney of London are the guests of the Misses Maret this week Belle Scott has returned from Lexington after spending several days with Mrs Clark Farris who is quite ill In the absence of our regular pastor Rev W P Gordon will fill the pulpit here Sunday morning and night at the usual hours Friends and neighbors here regret the sudden death of Mrs Margaret Burnside Galleher who died on Dee 10th in Danville ried at Hebron on Thursday this in his family in the past twojears A kidney ot bladder trouble can al in tlmf C Gfyi StOrmeS 1 J t and ton this I U put tree has AlliancE fe 7 last for 250 visited granddaughter 1 b1 ntr le1 Xlde1 JiB 0 icing Nathan ling ie Rev J A visiting steor yeas 5 daughter Ballard Mrs t slakes fivedeatba ways be cared Lure fa FYI Line of Ho 1 ida y GoodsIS THE Handsomest lEver Brought to Lancaster ii t JffjjWjJ1tifjglfJllJflijfl i tliltl Jgi fil 1i1dlfllfi l 7ffi Wjl fJlJ Yf 1Wl0 ifiA07 W row lour y 1 I I I 1 I Ii k rr w u M l 01 oi T o V mmmmmmmmm SID I Steam Engines Boats Pianos Dolls I Doll Houses Blocks Horns j Drums Tool Chests Cradles Buggies I Tables Srunks Drums Mechanical Toys Magic Lanterns H Call at once and pick out your presents before what you want is gone g- ssFRISBIES DRUG STORE Dishes i I i l J g 0 e oe o m o ooooo ooio oooooooo oo o o a L+ FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have most complete line of and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Life policies bought for cash or loaned on sums of 500 and upward Climatic Cure The influenceof climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular of Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking tier Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to warmer clime you will find that of thous ands o consumptives there who are benefited regain strength those who use German Trial bottles 25cj regular 8lze75c Feb 04 A BEAZLEY the FURNITURE 2 2 fO 2 2 use a At Ml I ri COJ 0 insurance and German Syrup German Syrup man the the few and are Syrup druggists 1 mmmimmmmmmmmmm mmurmur Z Vases and China Sterling Silver French Stag Sets Medallions 1 Bronze Leather Goods and the most beautiful line of NONELTIES we have ever shown Cut Glass illillillillill 111ill111 Jll Jll JUJllill Jlll11 Jll JU Ul JU Jll Jll Ul Ul Ul Ul Dresden r Land Stock Crops The old firm of D Landreth Sons seed men of Philadelphia failed re cently with liabilities of 150000 and assets of 50000 It has been in busi since 1784 The egg is now a luxury The local market price Is 30 cents per dozen while some of the city markets exceed 40 cends Good cows good feed a good separa to are all helps to making good butter but unless you study butter making all of these are not enough to produce uniformly good results Allie S Jones of Owen county sold ten yearling mules last week to a Pennsylvania party at 115 each and one work team to a buyer from the same State for 320 The practice of turning cows on young rye in the fall is a good one but when the ground is very wetdam age may result Grazing the rye cans es it to stool the young rye late green food but while the rye field may be used for cows in fall they should not be turned on too early in the spring It does not do so much harm for cows to change from grass to rye as itdoes from dry food in the spring to the young rye The farmer ought a good man He has less temptation to be a bad man than any we know of All his work is ennobling His contract is with nature His dealings are with the old earth which will take us all into her kindly arms again when lifes fever is over Oh it Is delight ful to turn back from quarrelsome struggling men and look upon honest cattle and live with nature and her children The farmers noble work worthy of a noble consecration And wife God bless her does not allow her head to be put In a whirl In regard to fashionable dress or her neighbors goes about her duties and feeds he r little chicks with a light heart happy smile for alii Ex Wanted Old copper brass rubber and zinc Roger Rucker 3t Paint Lick nesS aid IS bo net Y provides the tube one fitful farmers new aida n Y ti xFab Tc V SJ11 JU J11 J11JU Jll irnrnriir nnrnr rnrnr oo If you love your wife buy her a Jewel Range Il T B WfYLKER SON MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily Handsomest ever brougtto Lancaster S D TZLLET 4 I fi JI 1 111 1 toJ t tji t 1 t i I t ih 1 NEws k 7i SirY HEATING STOVES t 1 WJ1 K f rO Tb6r t v 0II cac a 44041444444440Od4444400 00O40 0 L A P t R O B E S ta t 40ooc 8Q BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS LAPROBES That are big enough LAPROBES That will keep you warm LAPROBESThat afford A1L 1 A f1 A Y f1 A f1 L 1 1 PocketKnives Carving Sets 0 Razors Scissors WOVEN WIRE FENCE SxSxg ssSxSxSxS S3xS I About People We Know i MnIYFW Mrs J S Robinson gave an elegant dinner Friday Miss Mary Burnside is in Lexington visiting relatives Victor Stone is clerking in J C Thompsons store Mr W B Burton has gone to Atlanta for a two weeks visit Miss Katie Denton is visiting her Mrs Victor Lear Dr Walker of Paint Lick was in the first of the week Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is the guest of Mi s Lizzie Hudson Col TV S Fergurson of Covington arrived Thursday for a visit here Miss Alberta Anderson entertained very charmingly Monday evening A Jew friends were entertained by Miss Jessie Doty Monday evening Mr J M Farra and wife attended the LynnYerkes wedding at Dan yule Miss MattleMae Robinson is at home from Richmond is attend ing school Sliss Bettie Anderson who has been site sick of pneumonia is reported ome better Mt Vernon Attorney Lewis i Walker of Lancaster was here Sun ay and Monday i A very handsome picture of Miss Herophill appeared in Saturdays Dourler Journal IJJr and Mrs John Meir of Danville lave been visiting her parents Mr Stone and wife t Miss Dunn has returned from pleasant visit to Mrs Charles Reid of Middlesborp l aster own whereshe i red very i t 1 y r Signal Theo Ethel fft R O B 2ES Cutlery W WWWW j Rev II N Falconer and wife of Hills boro Ohio are receiving over the arrival of a little girl Miss Bailie Lou Myers has returned from a very pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Richard Ware of Williamstown Mr J W Miller and little Gladys Fnsbie have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Mrs Smith and son Miles and Lucie Adams of Eldorado Ark are guests of Mr Solon Henry and familyJudge Ford Senator Farris Wm Lawson John Walker and R L attended the inauguration cere moniesMiss Katie entertained her friends evening in hon or of her guest Miss Katie Smith of RichmondMiss Hemphill will arrlvenext week from Hamilton College to spend Christmas with her Judge J C Hempbili and wife Mrs J I Hamilton left Friday for Memphis Tennessee to join her bus band She was accompanied by Henrietta Arnold who will visit her sisterThe Courier Journal Miss Violet Preston is anticipating the pleasure of entertaining as her guests during the Xmas holidays Misses Alma and Mary Lear of Paint Lick Dr Eugene Hume who died at Rich mond last week had many warin in Lancaster who deeply his death He a popular young all over the state and very deservedly so Mr S S Dickerman returned from Deleware j last week and reports congratulations E II Mrs W Davidson LeeDenny Thursday Lexington parents deplored was N F lit friends man tl owneys Candies Fruits Nuts 1 Biggest and Best line of Candies ever brought to Lancaster Prices Right 111 OAllOU lSp Y J 3 r hi wife as slightly improved in health After attending to some business his home in Bryantsville he returned to New Jersey Mr R H Batson of our city panned a trip to Indian Territory for about Feby 1st He is now clos ing out his large stock of merchandise preparatory to starting on that date Miss Minnie Johnson has closed her school at Bryantsville and is enjoying a well earned rest at the home of her father Squire Sam Johnson on Rich mond street She is being urged to open a select school and will likely do so One of the events of the past week was the party given by Miss ney at her beautiful home White and yellow chrysanthemums formed the decorations A delicious collation was served Jn The eve ning was one of great pleasure Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained Thursday evening at a delightful par ty The house was beautifully deco rated Elegant refreshments were served Each guest represented a book and the one that guessed the most books received a prize Miss Annie Herndon was the fortunate winner Mr Henry Hermann Frasa was yesterday to Miss Pearl Cart wright of New Docatur Alabama Mr Frasa is a Garrard county boy and is a most excellent young man The couple will reside in Richmond where groom is engaged in business Mr Frasa has the best wishes of all his Garrard friends Richmond FrankWalker of Paint Lick was here sev eral days last week Miss Van Green has been visiting Miss Louise Kauffman in Lancaster Mr and Mrs L L Walker ofLancaster were the guests of Mrs Green Clay last week Mr Ollie Terrill of Paint Lick was in town Saturday Danville Advocate Miss Mae Rob inson will return home today after spending a few days in the city with Miss Mary Dunn Miss Lizzie of Lancaster and Miss Miller of Richmond are the guests of Mrs John family for a few days Mr Harry Robinson returned Saturday rom Wayne county where he has been bunting quail for the past week Mr W G Kemper cashier of the Peo pies Bank Paint Liek was here Mon day to place an order with The Record office for several thousand impressions of job work In addition to new type we have had several copperplate en ravings made for his bank and we defy any print shop to make prettier work than we have just turned out for the hustling institution at Paint Lick Mr Henley V Bastin of this city is winning quite a reputation withthe telephone people not only in this state in other localities He attended InterState Telephone at Chicago last week and much attention from the in the business He is a splendid young fellow and will make a success in his chosen profession Prominent among the social events of the last week was the meeting of B B club Thursday afternoon by Mrs K F Postle at her home Lexing avenue Tbe beautiful home had been for the occasion with ferns and chrysanthemums the game of Pit Miss Altie Marks carried off the prize a handsome book entitled The Pit Each table was decorated in embroidered covers with vases of pink carnations The color scheme of pink was carried out in the delightful refresements We lead our store is full and upto date We carry the latest and most approved patterns in Mantle Folding Beds Rocking Chairs Dining Chairs lat Racks Side Boards China Closets Ladies Desks Centre Tables Carpets Mattings Rugs etc A glance at the most com prehensive stock shown in Central Kentucky will convince you that we know what to and how to buy Call and see us Withers Furniture Co It Stanford Kv Compliment for Punk In a writeup of its employees the omerset Republican says We also have another excellent young printer just old enough to vote who is about the fleetest and best of his age we have ever seen who has worked for us about two years is good in every department of the business For short we call Frank and the long end of his name is Pumphrey and he bails From Lancaster but he doesnt go there any for he is in love in Somerset WellDesecveg Honor DanvilleNews Major E W Lillard of the Kentucky Guards will go to Florida next January to represent State of Kentucky One of the officials acts of General Murray the following appointment Major E W Lillard 2nd Infantry K S G and E H Watt Infantry K S G are appointed to represent the State of Kentucky at the Annu al Meeting of the InterState National Guard AssoclatJonf which convenes at St Augustine Fla on January 25tb 1004 This is quite a compliment to those gentlemen and it Is official recognition of their ability as officers of the State Guard Good Fox Baptist Home The Baptist Orphans ofthelate W F Norton a of Louisville By reason of the having been made iii California the Home will lose 200000 In Under the law only third of personal eetate pah belefttpch rlti I I I I f 4 1 I at bas Lena Rig pleasing style married the RegisterDr leaf Hudson Cotton and but the Association received leaders the ton prepared palms In bury Davenports Pictures 3rd an perSonalh than s buy who him more t hereby Fifth Louisville non chu will about cash California one ones i v bet wag J a j Fresh Crisp Locals Gold fish at Thompsons Toys at McRoberts Drug Store tf Clocks Jewelryand Silverware sold and guaranteed by Morrow McRob erts tf Go to for seed wheat rye corn and oats Bargains in Books etc to make room for Holiday stock at Thompsons I have secured a firstclass hors e shoer ancTsollcit your patronageJ Fine pedigreed C Boar One of the in the county 1 1030tf Potts Bros Bananas and Oranges by the carload Best fruit cheap cash Good for the children good for your girl It Rooms For Rent Several comfortable rooms given January 1st Mrs Emma Kauffman n20tf At Cost I will sell 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 which 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 Candy by the car load Price from 8c to 75c per ponnd For the children H M Ballou Son Important Notice Town taxes for 3903 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 jto Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Coal Cal Austin Beazleyat Burtons old stand carry an on hand at all jtl ease stock of coal They hands i their prices are correct up NoM04 and see what they will do for you v ju10tf Notice to Taxpayers State and county due and I am ready toreceive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf Dont fail to see 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 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 some other good town Anyone having such property for sale will report at this office n13tf Fancy china handpainted by the trot famous Be You can buy cheap It Dr Sid Icbell Osteopath Located on Ky two doors below church Lady always in attendance Consultation andexamination tree Telephone No 61 Osteopathy treats with wonderful success curable diseases tf New line of Sterling Silver and Stag born mounted pieces and toilet sets at very low prices All goods engraved free Thompson the tf Watch Fruit window before Christmas It will brighten your eyes Christmas AnnonnceBieat Newest line of Christmas goods in town Toys Dolls Wagons and for the children 18 lbs of best Granulated sugar 100 Arbuckles coffee Best Flake bominey 4c per Ib Sorghum Molasses 45c a gal Cooking Ib Southern 9c a package Tomato Catsup 5c Onions and Cabbage Cheap for Cash at Wards Urocery Richmond street near Square 124tf For sale or rent at once I extra nice new five room cottage with good gar den and cistern Hughes Aldridge at J R Haseldens 1218tf See the exhibit of Burnt Wood at McRoberts Drug Store tf line of new Diamond rings and pins Thompson the Jeweler tf Cat Flowers the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will pay on all for cut flowers telephoned to us over theBas tin system Crab Orchard agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders any de signs on the shortest notice Callus once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf for Rent now by Malcom House as For apply to 2t your order lor cut flowers such as American beauties Roses to E C Galnes 2t Having decided to quit housekeep Ioffer house On Richmond street any time IsbelL 1211tf S J I I B 10 f I I HlI BaUou Son Possession Trademark girlIt taxes arenow I W L Lawson S G C enjoyment mbne Wantel Lancasteror sure to H M BaUou Son Richmondstreet Lancaster purseIt Son everything Uc a WIIU look and all up we will order at StoreRoom barbershop Carnations tobQ8r B for next lear wm 6 c l l L r Service 9 you oIn Coal nothing butthbest a cal We have made t8 w We Give Sec ForRt a Sid w Xw y s at ith fed a a Fight Will Be Hitter Those who will persist in closing their thecontinual ree ommendation of DriKlngs New Dis covery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their trou bles If not ended earlier by fatal Read what TRBeall of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every svmtom of She tock Dr Kings New Dis covery aftereverything else bad failed Improvement came at once and four bottles cured her Guaran teed by McRoberts Druggist Price Trial bottles free 1m Those things are not worth seeking that are not worth keeping Coughs Colds mad 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 is safe and sure and will not J E Stormes 1m Only an enemy will judge by life failures Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the causes It never fails to tone the stomach regl ulate 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 satisfaction McRoberts Druggist 1m mans virtue does not depend on his vocabulary One Hundred Dollars a is the value H A Tisdale Summerton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He says I had the piles for Witch Hazel Salve It cured me Itis a combination of the healing of Witch Hazel with antisep tics and emollients relieves and per manently cures blind bleeding piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skindiseases Sold im A polygimast is a man with more wives than brains Kodol J jr pep Ia Core Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digest ive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indigos Lion Stomach Troubles and makes rich 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 I have used number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a powerful reme dy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by F P Fris tile im If you have to gather thorns do itby the strangers hand A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very Occasionally life itself is the price for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liveror Bowel troubles They are gen tIe yet thorough 25c at McRoberts Drugstore im The loud mouth doesnt always put up a sound judgment A Frightened Running like mad the street the or a hundred other are every day It behooves everybody to have 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 at McRoberts Drug Store 1m A never knows why she loves a man he never cares Good for Children pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme elate relief ioall 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 lion heals and soothes and cures per manently by enabling the lungs to con tribute pure lifegiving and life sus taining oxygen to the blood and tls sues Dr Armstrong of Delia Texas prescribes it says there is no better cough remedy made Sold by Friable im A very popular couple two The Lone Star State Down in Texas at Yoakum is a big djy goods firm of which Mr J M Haller is the head Mr Haller on of his East to buy goods said to a friend whbwaswith him the palace car Here take one of these Little Early uponjretirlng and you will be up early in the morning feeling good brown taste headache and that logy jfeeUng DeWitts Early Risers M lMJbjgt iuie f Have itottf y Ul Mftwill IWT Hidoak lumber Caafarnb rMCmr- Wltt OnrUrgtUle Ky ti termination consumption entirely 60c and X100 11 1 constipate- C C 1 III nervousness troublesome van- Ish Guaranteed- by 11 A 1 Box properties by F P Frisbte It 1 J 11 1 expensive wrongItyou III1 down occurrences I j The dally and F p 11 dollars trIps Forthe dark Little mat I Sold byFP L 1Q 1NOII T Rr 1 tI ears against adman medicines itching Horse accidents woman M one Kin Risers Friel elm baud a stock tieN r n Dont Stop to TIM But Come Right Away To Headquarters Your Dry Goods GoodsFancy Notions Underwear Hosiery Gloves Ladies and Gents Umbrellas Blankets Comforts Cloaks Carpets Rugs Mattings Millinery Shoes Rubbers Felt Boots and Mens Our stock is complete and our prices lower than you will get j The Logan Dry Goods Co f li FOR e I I I II II elsewhere Furnishings THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH Come now for your Christmas Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 P M Call early OUR Holiday Goods are Now Ready A handsome wellselected stock at prices that will please you Morrow McRoberts LEWIS Y LKAVBLI President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 Tlie G1TIZEN NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS Jioo o B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper T3J1 J Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis YLeavell J S Robinson T POTTS BOS r f IB Hudson JJ Walker M Arnold oGO To 00 0Of 00 0 00 0 0 j 0 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 o o O 0 0O pppO0O00ppppC DAOm000 04 O0000000z o Js5 W w E 4 FLOUR FEED and EXCHANGE p ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot ton Seei Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Stormes block Danville ave PHONlLlOO anufacturers Illoth Grade Graf Seed Grains Bone and Amonla ld1 WbMt tj of and dealers in Flour and Meal v Mixed Poultry Food Corer Straws s r and corn taken oudepoeit AWFUL HEADACE1L That oflife known as the Change is very trying to many women seriously Often it the mind as well as the body InScases and life sees a burden instead of a There is no woman passing through the not receive from the use of Dr Favorite Prescription In almost every case it will cure the and suffering and reestablish the general health When I commenced to take tePresai Eldorado Co Calif all the one could have and live we period It generally affects the health the suffering is very severe and prolonged critical period of the change life who will Pierces lion I thought I would never live the Change Mrs Charles B of Georgetown I I had stomach trouble lived on dry bread and hot water for not to food on my permanently I Thompson three months tflfl1Ath1 had constipation and awful headache was bloated at times the that before Dr Pierces medicines I could not caused aching from head to foot thankful for it I once for one Sick women especially those suffering from diseases of respondence is held as led to rf Favorite Prescription because of its remarkable cures of other women do opt accept a substitute which has none of these cures to its credit Dr Pitfo m fSfiMWM ftomt to A most mffmo in bowels had n m the chest and hacking but thanks to Dr Pierces I am not anymore Since last October I have traveled over bard roads in farm and felt no return of of troubles and I know have stood half of it as the least jar would have to Common Medical Adviser I am very would not be without your book if I had to pay five dollars for one of them I think it is the best book that I ever saw and would advise every lady who has not one of moet reliable and useful books to at I know that she would veT regret sending for it are invited to t Dr Pierce by letter fr e All cor private and confid R V Pierce N Y If you are the are talc w- uiI troubled wagons old CAS Seiae longstanding sacredly PNt aasy d Iaxatlv- k Profitable Meeting The midwinter meeting of the tucky Press Association was th3 Gait House in Louisville Friday and was attended by about fifty edi tors As only bona fide newspaper people were present the meeting re suited in much good as matters of to the craft were discussed and some knotty problems worked out The absence of those who go to the summer meetings only for a deadhead trip all over the country was very and as the editors paid for what they received there was no ten dency to butt In by outsiders who hang on at the summer meetings and persist in following the Association when they have no more interest in the newspaper business than a big The newspaper men of Kentucky are thoroughly organized now and stand shoulder to shoulder for the purpose of upholding the profession The meeting was addressed by Rev Dr E L Powellof the Christian church Dr Powell is one of the ablest men in the pulpit and his warmheartedness his sociability and general sterling qualities make friends of all with whom he comes in contact The meet ing was presided over by our beloved friend president Paul M Mooreof the Earlington Bee The meeting was held to discuss business and business only so the usual windy toasts were omitted from the dinner and the en tire day devoted to talking shop Signs of the Times An Eastern weather profit predicts a cold winter giving the following as the indications upon which he relies Raccoons have three sets of pigs have extra sweetbreads shingles have shown an extra fuzz flagstones have sweat frost in the sun lit morning hours and squirrels have more than usually active away a big supply of nuts These signs may be orthodox In the East but in the West nothing takes rank with the goosebone which comes into evidence in December Until then an anxious public will await Its fate Courier Journal Tobacco Statistics Total sales of leaftobacco on Louisville market January 1st to November 30 1903 were 100096 hbds against 149074 hdds sold during period of last year Total rejections during corresponding period of last year Of the total sale of this year 68053 hogheads were Burley and 35043 hogsheads were Dark tobacco 814 hhds were of the 1903 crop Total receipts January 1st to November 30 1903 were 78509 bhds against 109177 hhds received during co responding period of last year Total stocks held at this market November 30 1903 were 14767hbds held at corresponding date last year Stock decreased during November 1156 hhds The Minstrels on Tuesday Dec 22 Is composed of Lancaster best talent among the yomng men The singera consist of Richard Anderson Chas West Snag Herndon and Billy West Prof Hanna of New York and last of all butnotleast is Master Tot Logans introduction ManlikeHigh Spirit Judge JCTHemphlH RE McRoberts WH Kinnaird and others who liave stock in the Beaver Creek Oil Co are very much elated over the seventh has advanced here 60 percent some having been sold We confidently believe and hope that they will Mch realtee a fortune The afternoon tram to Richmond was Jwecked at Point LeavellTueedy afteraoon several cars overturHlng No one was hart No U dWat reach Laacaster six oclock MxtMorn 1 e n Overflow Local Inter st enjoyable tomcat today appreciated haIr- spring inputting corresponding com medians gInttbo t Kent tI figures haUl ing t Should Be HeEleoted Miss Amy Virginia Lyons of Jessa mines county enrolling clerk of the Lower House of the Ganeral Assembly at the 1902 session has announced as a candidate for reelection at the of tbeDemoeratic members of the body fibs has po opposition for an indorsement of services which were very efficiently performed She is a daughter of Mr Wm Lyons of Jessamine a sterling democrat and has a strong influence behind her in her desire for an Indorsement of past services by reeleetion nal An Appropriate Name Congressman John Rhea tells of a constituent who had three boys each of whom wanted a bicycle The could afford to buy only one but said that the boy who could select the best name for the machine could have it One called it George Washington after the father of his country Ho 2 selected the name of AbrahamLineoln which still pleased his father a union The youngest boy had great trouble with his trial ride on being unable to steer it readily en he was asked to choose a name to the watering trough sprinkled some on the bicycle and said I christen you Theodore Roosevelt because nobody can tell anything about where youre going next He ot the wheel Congressman Rhea told this story in order to illustrate something he was saying Plenty Ducks Sportsmen say that wild ducks never so plentiful on the lakes rivers creeks and ponds than at present Wild geese are also beginning to in numbers In this section there seems to be better feeding grounds than for a number of years past and the birds instead of migrating are sat isfied to remain where they ty of Courier A Fine Showing In a little over half a cebtury the order of Odd fellowship has helped over two and a bait millions of its members in time of need relieved more widowed families buried nearly an equal number of its honored dead with all the honors and ceremonies of Odd Fellowship and do all this has involved the outlay over 968000000 which has been cheer fully contributed to the noble work Verily the fraternity has something of which it may be justly proud The Devil Happy A worthless sporting character died down in Tennessee The neighbors metto attend the funeral and burial Among the number was an old Hard Shell Baptist preacher who was on to make a few remarks This was what he said Well friends cuss Is dead and we have met to bury him He kept horses and he run em he kept keards and he plajed em he kept cocks and he fit em and if the devil is as glad to git him as we are to bury him why the devil Is happy AJffiN Ex Strictly American A remarkable fact connected with the American quail is its inability to thrive in foreign countries It is a fact that no exportation of this bird to other lands has ever succeeded inIncreasing itself For a time itparently propagates but within a few years invariably becomes extinct The American quail is distinctly an Amer lean institution Glasgow Times Disastrous Football Sixteen young men are in their graves the football sea son of 1903 At least 100 players were seriously injured and many of then will be cripples for life It was the most season ever knows We will be mesh obliged ironr correepondente will send in their fa Yon a little earlier Beet week aa WB to interview Old Slat and take a dsy or soot nt V Incoming our father veteran W er were appear tind pleD foodHlckman than 200000 called a result of t itJil iS ii g a ban eelthewh bew this onery as very willprobsbiy priatThellecordaimY i head ot tIne to a1lov epioyes tI me H 11 fr t n e fc The Ladles feu the AW Society will Biye aircutertalDvnentaj House Thursday Entitled Milk Maids Convention There will he 30 people In tliepliiy and a pleas evening is asiuied to those who attend dl82b FOUND Fraternity pin bearing letters L FK A and dates 87 flSOwn er can have same By paying40 cents for this notice The Bazaar You are cordiallyinvited by the la dies of the W C T U to attend the Ba zaar Saturday afternoon All kinds of fancy workfor sale Home made candy a specialty FLATWOODS Preaching at Good Hope was well attended Ebb Scott fat bogs to Fox for 4 per hundred W H Furr sold 7 lambs to for 350 per hundred Mrs Maggie Parks who has been sick is Improving Mrs W H Furr has about recovered from a severe attack of the measles 1 Woods Walkers team of mules ran away killing one and badly crippling the other Wm Lawgop and wife visited at Mrs father Saturday night and Sunday Three preachers topk dinner at Mr Archers must have been hard on the children Mrs M B Patten and Mrs Mary Bro nangh of Crab Orchard visited at W Purrs of the week Dutch Roes Ij Jflp child wjich was burned so badly taw daysagp died and was hurried pear Harmons Lick Every customer purchasing 1500 worth of goods for cash will receive 50 cents worth of any goods in the house Thompson the Jeweler jyjenifefi McQuerry who has been in Illinois for some at our girls once mote Glad to have you back Mennie A question of whether there would be a Xmas tree at Good Hope church was left to a vote of the members which vote decided that there would be none On last Monday Dr Edmiston of Crab Orchard was called in consulta with Dr Farris at the bedside of Mrs Ira Hawley who we are glad to say is much improved now Public Sale Having decided to move to Califor I will on Tuesday Dec 22 at my residence at the forks of the old mile from Lancaster sell to the high est and best bidder the following de scribed property One good family mare and surrey one organ and all of my household and kitchen Furni ture Terms known on day sale Sale begins at 0 oclock a m Am Bourne Auct Mrs IrS Miller Bubllc Sale ofValuable City Property I will offer for sale on Monday De cember 28 1003 County Court daymy lot and dwelling the house contain 1D splendid cistern good outbuildings everlasting pool with spring running In Also good stock pens pair of brand new stock scales The pens are paying well The prop weW railroad and said street For further informatipn address or me at Kirksyille g Kirksyille Ky W P Prewitt Auo tioneer dJ82t w Taken up about Dee 1st seven small shoats 1 mile south of Buena Vista PPralsed by Holly Early and Fred Brooks at 8200 per head Owner can have them by proving same and pay cost and damages Mrs Belle Scott 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 vents serious results from a cold C C 1m For Rest Property now occupied by H C given January iLarge dwelling splendid and property in good repair Sterling silver spoons forks and tan c pieces complete line All put In nice satin lined boxes engraved free tf Thoinoson the Jeweler A fine line of Leather In Ladles Hand and Purses and Gentlemens Traveling Cases at Me Robertss tf Morrow to McBobcrte are showing the nicest line of Cut Glass ever In the town tf Books Books All kind of books at McRoberts Drug Store tf If we serve you well tell others if us in other words dont tell your troubles to the policeman but to tf Thompson the Jeweler Our Xmas goods iospection China Bisque figures and vases Jeweler tr For Congress i We are authorized to L MOORE of Mercer County ai a candidate for For Siipt Public SciweUl 3 0 be Fen oar pa r H CVy t 3 h mirE Dee 2JLli nt sold 6 J C J C Fox very Lawsons Sundavit th first a Saturdays e time J smiling and new Danvllle pikes about one made dec18 It four rooms Is located on Stanford street telephone itllye ring J E Stormes five acres of land Two good cisterns D GRoss New and Dot 11 Tom Congre In the to Gilbert subject to the ttkoc na 1 t 6 N j j IikeIW iWtbytl pr I ion la IEM rty es0 Est ndgoods I are eeee4 B Dee party our suppon isearceetly soil L B 14 eedleste for B l Pibilo schools is Co subject aesesioa of tbe desueerMie prt7 t y c eiL 1 Ellen y rard to a 1U six to if fl1 in P1 is j25 n j s Coniiuissioners SuiTe of Land Riliard Lcasufc etc PImVS LobKstreet etc virtue Judgment of the Gar Circuit Court rendered at Its Term 1503 in the above styl I wIll on MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1903 publicly before the Court House door Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following ed property in Garrard county 3ty which is bounded as Beginning at an elm on Back Creek corner and also corner to whole tract thence with E 32 poles to a sugar tree corner thence 8 1 E 26 poles to a stake in the center of the Kirksville and Hiattsvllle Turnpike road thence 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 to the center of thence the satne as it meanders North 22 poles N 15 14 poles N poles poles toHhe beginning con Gaining 1Q acres and 2 roods From this deducted the following boundary Beginning at a tree on the line of Woodson thence with line 21 E poles a stake In the center of the Hlatts ville and Kirksville Turnpike road thence with the same 70 w 21 poles to stake In the middle of same thence W 20 poles to a stake In a line of the whole place and Woodson Ballew thence N 70 EJ poles to the containing 4 acres TERMS The sale will be maroon and 12 months bond with will be required of the sor for the money payable the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue bond is not at maturity A lien will be retained on the property pHrcbase rnnney Is pak JQHJJ W MILLER Master QOSr Qarrqrd Circuit Coflrt Coiiinilssioners Sale GAKKAUD CIHCUIT COTUIT Ruth A Aldrldges Admr PUT vs Ruth A Aldridges Heirs and Devi figs P8By virtue of a judgment of the rard Circuit November Term 1003 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1903 publicly before the court house door Lancaster Ky sell to the nighest bounded as follows c Boner thence with him S W 84 poles crossing the turnpike road at a stake corner to Royston thence the middle of the turnpike said Royston N 33f E 22 poles to a stake In the Hickman corner to same thence E 18 Poles to a mulberry stump In the a new corner to same thence E 490 poles to a stake in the East side of said drain cornT to same thence down the drain N to a point in the middle of said drain corner to said Naylor in line to JC Boner thence with said Boner N 88 W 60poles to a tone corner to same thence due East 21 poles to beech corner tQ thence H 32i W 28 poles to containing 26 and 90 100 acres TERMS The sale willbe made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good se curity of the for the purchase 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 not paid at maturity will on tbe property sold Until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court GABBARD CiiacuiT COURT M Barlows Widow and Heirs rUTs vs J M Barlows Heirs By a virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its November Term in the above styled case I willfcOn MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1903 publicly before tbe court house door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following descrlb ed property in Ky which is as follows towit Beginning at a stake on a hill side firline to and corner to the dower thence with Yautis N 5 E 535 chains to a stake old call a poplar thence with Yantis N 79 W 2 40 chains to stake 39 W250 chains to a large oak stump N1 to a stake N chains to N 37 chains running through the old distillery of Stone Barlow to a stake near the forks of a drain Mrs Black East 4 chains S 08 E 425 chains N 86 E 3chaiflsS 49 E 5 chains to a buckeye at the forks of drain thence up lefthand drain S 85 E 7 chains near head of drain E375 Sugar trep chains to a point in spring branch corner to Payne and in eys line thence Payne S 21 E passing a stone on North side of a drain at 458 chains formerly ironwood corner in all on corner 31 chains to a In line to Jford up said 8 77J W 250 chains S 58 W 3 35 chains to a in branch positea marked young hickory 862 W 2 chains N 51 W 5 chains S 87 W 4 45 chains 862 W 2 60 chains to a stone at the forks of branch an old corner to theEasonandthe thence continuing up the lefthand prong and with S301 W 08 chains S 81 W 250 chains W 25 links to in said branch corner to the dower thence to a stake at a wire fence 13 Jinks East of a marked coffee bean thence 8 with wire fence S TO 1 a stone an old corner at seven chains s and thence on g me chains more making IB all 1481 chains tlwb Tfce fence on the which runs parallel with the cut the llpea Mdiec ryar VV f 1 t 18 u f I ri ou ln jff t fts i old 15 and ins 81 ac id nut lip r 4 i I CIRCUIT CounT lEts of a November In d crib to e inning Ballew N iihis down poles down 19 beginning 71 security Judgment lj n the of Gar and best bidder the following described p rty in Garr rd Beglnnlngat a beech tree corner 221 passing into and with the middle the turnplt S q5 E poles S E pOles S 4H 11i PQlaatQ pont N East side N 48 1 W 43110 poles the purchaser are Alien CODJIQI IQq nt Sa QC W fj1 W 665 corner to Yantis thence a drain wIth N i5 chains tQa point in hedge fence e with S SS II Black aud Lackeys corner at chains In stone a Payne branch with Its meanders with Ledt rd s wltb dowerlln 1860 chains J l t bl d ert b It B 3 s f s GiltAitI Cd case BtlIew i 51i4 211 a credit p Land Oounay1y wbL ina I8 toro sat ing hid I Lam ins Ice hed enCe passing all 15 Lac k on branch cprner to and aid C fi3 N 11 W eurse Y 10785 t tine ng Of the I for the Jnte The The M B nci R 12 st a N es w tl fl ci a 3 Q a s j 8 k g The above tract of land com prises the portion set apart to heirs and does not include the dower laud TERMS j This sale will be made on a credit of 6 arid 12 months bond with good sc curity will be required of the purchaser the purchase payable to undersigned bearing 6 per cent from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue until purchase monev is paid MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Laud GABRAUD CIRCUIT CounT JOHN A WOOD Trustee in Bank ruptcy of C M Jenkins Plffvs National Bank of Lancas ter et al and National Bank of Lancaster on Cross Petition Plff vs Jenkins c DeUs and White Dunksrson Co on cross petition PUts VS The National Bank of Defts virtue of a judgement of the Gun rard Circuit court rendered at its No vember term 1903 I will on MONUAY DEC 28 1903 publicly before tne door best bidder tie fallowing described in county Ky and bounded as follows towit First Tract Twoninths undivided interest of C M Jenkins and the curte sy or life interest in the remaining sevenninths of 235 acres 1 rood and 30 poles as follows Beginning at a sugar tree at A J old line thence oOi E Ut poles to a stone in a drain thence down the same with its meanders s i3 E 20 poles s 84 E 4 g52g23 s S S P3 is to a stone in a flat thence continuing down tile brunch N 8Gf j 103 t U Stone thence poles to a beech thence N 75 v to a sugar tree stump in a shed thence x 35 w 3i asugar tree thence N 26 AV 17 poles to a stone thence N 40i AV 21 poles to a stone thence N 30J w 11 Doles to a to a beech thence s 59 AV 23 poles to an elm stump thence N 87J to stone to the liuford line thence with said 1 a 15 poles to stone thence 71 v 3 poles to a stake In the forks of a branch thencex 34 AV 4260 poles to a stake thence N 53 w 6 to a beech on the side of the road thence N fQ rest 33 ffO poles to a stone sugar tree and elm thence west 94 poles to a black walnut on old corner thence 148i poles to the beginning 235 acres 1 rood and 30 poles but in said a small strip of about 1 acres along the drain bordering on tile Mid his fence out of said drain Said land was conveyed by P Smith to Jenkins and his Anna M Jenkins deed of record ia Garrard county clerks office Second tract curtesy or life of said In the follow ing tract Beginning at a sugar tree to Jenkins thence a new line s 80 poles to a stake in line thence with said line N 21 43 poles to an oak in the turn of a road thence with the soqth edge of road and s 80 3 poles to the beginning containing 21 polesThird of sugar ata stone corner toJ no H flunn a new line s 7J A 10020 poleS to a stake on the lirip n In tie line of the other Adams land thence with the line of said land 0 83 E 195 poles to a stake near tile west post of a thence N 925 poles to a stake N 9 E pass ing 10 feet N of an old ash corner 825 poles to a stake on said Jenkins line 16 ft N of an old poplar stump thence with said line N 3 w 925 poles to a buckeye stump corner to Jeff Dunn thence said Jeff Dunn and John H Dunns line s 87 Ay 82p poles to be inning acres 3 roods also a strip of land 15 ftwide that was reserved by J A Poor in conveyance made by him to Jofcn Folger running the length of Folger and bounding on southern line of Jno H the whole of said tract of land having been conveyed John w to de fendantC M Jenkins on the 2nd day of April 1878 by deed recorded in Garrard jcounty clerks office in Deed Book No 3 page 301 Fourth tract On the waters ofQiro l J as follows Beginning at stone corner to C M his line AV 53 poles to the middle of the Sugar Creek Turnpike road thence with the and me anders of said turnpike M 88 E 6 poles 77 E 84 poles to a point in the middle nf same a new porner a now jj 5 T locust true toro and aft standing near the pike 73 poles to a stone corner to AV J Hogan and C M Jenkins thence said Jenkins line s 8 W 80 poles to the beginning containing acres and 15 being the same tract of land which was conveyed to C M by Dunn and others on the 23rd day of March 1885 by deed of in Deed Book 7 page 621 in Gar rard county clerks office Fifth tract On tbe waters of Sugar and bounded as follows B s inning at a point in the middle of the Sugar Creek stake new corner in line to C M Jen kins thence his line NSOiE chains to a stafie in said line corner to MrsAthaDunn thence her line N 1 w 2011 chains to a point in tIle south edge of meadow on aforesaid pike thence with pike 624 w chains to the beginning containing 228 acres it the same tract of land by J H Dunn and wife to defendant Jen deed dated April 15th 1891 and recorded In Deed Book 10th page 628 Garrard county clerks office Seventh tract The or life estate in the following tract Be at a the middle of the and LancasterTurnpike road corner to thenco and with said Ford 540 poles to stake poles to a s E 28 poles to a s 82 K 11 poles to a stake N 89i 32 90 poles to a stake corner to AY J his line s 21 vr 64 poles stakecorner to and with to Jeff Dunn thence with said poles stake corner same s TV 52 poles in north edge ofmetal of thetnrn IwvinffIforda the mouth of Sugar fence the AlienJOHN W Defts C Lancaster c hoselieU to tue hl llest and 4 ill ttQne thpn e W w b tw sItE conveyance toGcorner 861 w Adams ai t w 7 W jQntafn 3 w u River and Q n eu Je sIt t a 321 Jenkins J II record reek Turn- piKe a new thence pIke a new line sItE 1585 chains to a I 13 83 N w D 69 a N is j same a 1 1r a H rst cutr on g IPO1CS 50 ld iiioic ump lines i soii wife tate y hue nd une it corner leaving tue I C 3j ins inning 85 5 take o ne un west 80 to tea road tot pike the 34 PI1 on on B ro cr in er e Q Creek corner to said Dunn thencewith the North ecl e of said turnpikes 8U AV 80 poles to in themiddle of the DanvllteV Liincaster and Nicbolasvtllu turnpike fi l Uiotice with the of same s 381 w 22 40 poles to a point in the middle of same County Road thence with themiddle of said county road N 86 w 60 a new line to same N 4 E C2G4 to a stake a new corner to same thence another line s SO i 104 poles to the middle of the aforesaid turnpike road a new corner to same another new line s 8CE104 poles middle of the aforesaid turn road a new corner thence with middle and meanders saidpike N 381 E 1900 poles x 35 Epoles N 32 E passing said Martha J Smiths corner to the poles in all 44 poles to the begin acresNinth 16 ft wide from first tract above along second tract above described out to county road and being two rights way first the passway bor the Jeffries the line of J II Dunn on the north side of Lamb tract being 16 ft in width and running to and connecting with the following passway and containing about one acre Soo the passway beginning at at stake marked on the Adams die of tho road thence with the same 1Q ft to a stake thenco N 4 w 184poles the dividing line of of Adams and Smith thenc n with said lines s 83 E 16 ft to the be ginning containing one acre and 18 adjoins the lund conveyed to CM Jenkins nail wife in April 1873 being first tract above described connects with said last named on the Wood yard and Lamb farms the BurdettsIIIwill offer said tracts or land in the first tract by itself maid the curtesy interest In the remaining sevenninths thereof by he will offer both together and together with tract He will then offer second tract by Itself He will next offer tftlril and fifth tracts together same lying togeth then the fourth tract by itself He will then otter seventh tract by itself Said Commissioner will then offer all of said tracts and interests as a whole the bid or bids realizing the most for all said lands will be accepted TERMS Che sale will be made credit of and 12 months bonds with good se will be required of the for the purchase money payable the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid 4r a r Intersection orsthence poles thence f dowerat 361 i i described on to D F poles ottersec- ond ona unit purchaser de pl F e I o nning ring hal Dad insway 0 c a c having force and effect o a judg ment upon which execution may issue sold Until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Commissioner Garrard Cir Court Election Notice There will be an election hem by the SOCK ai and 2 p m on Tuesday January 12 1801 to yearDeeElection Notice There wilt be a meeting of the share holderof The Citizens National Bank at their office Tuesday January 12th loot for the purpose R RejresentifliFollowiDECoijaflies Aetna Queen Palatine National hartford Coimotlcut German Amerleau- Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Tw S BEArjSY Dentists DRPIERCES GOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR LUNGS I lit Alien I Kyt ensuingyearn F lIuI Cashier KINNAIRDINSURANCE t Aetna LifeIll CO gf llrtfoiConn rG C FARIS iBeaZley Paris Tomce over Thump store Danvilie st I BLOOD LIVER uit ons I r E 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 You Have a Right to Buy it From TJa READ OUR PROPOSITION We will send yon one loll rtnari yearold either Rye or Bourbon Whiskey nicelypacked In plain bor for J1W two quarts for friOCor four quarts for 325 anti we will pay nilexpress charges It will cost yon just 3 cents to send us either one or two dollars and 5 centsto Stud us 325 via ostollice money order thus you get a quart of tenyoar old Whisky absolutely pure for Just the same price you pay for a bad compound called whisky which Isdangerous to your health And if you buy four quarts you get it at SlJi cts a quart or we willsend you one gallon of sixyearold whisky guaranteed absolutely pro nicely packed in plainbox for 250 two gallons for 175 three gallons for 700 a four gallon jug for JOO all express charges paid by us to your nearest office You ought to have whisky in your house your doctor will tell you that whisky Is thebest and least harmful stimulant that you can use and Is better than drugs Think of the hor to yon on such an pccasion Rjtowarned is forearmed In time of peace prepare for war getson evhi y but get good PURE whisky dont allow anyone to sell you a mlsciable corn pound because its cheap send us your order Our ppstlve gnarantee goes with every order If you arc not pleased with the goods when you receive them we cheerfully return your money Isnt that fair enough Vo are reliable we wjll o Just what we say Experience will give von confidence inns j5erence the Lexington City National flank or the Express Co at Lexington Remember we pay all express clmrgoa Make remittance payable to and address KyA nd of 10 fjt day will I Idams 5 ando ENOS SPENCFR presiiIcl Educates Young People For Good Employment and Success J CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION Business Mkt4 STREETS iiP- ti4ND Union Rational OanS Building LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT AMOUNTING DEPARTMENT Business College I THOSE TURNER CHAS G HARRIS J 1 f MANAGERS aracamphRelieves Itching Bleeding Pilesthe Stops the Bleeding Allays all Inflammation It It Sold only In 25c Sue 4 100 Bottles The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN E STOBMES Vice Prest S C PENNY Cashier 2- JJPBoblnsonAsstCashr B T Embry Bookkeeper 2 DIRECTORS t ij Saml D Cochran Alex RrDennyV A C Robinson I J JnoE Stormes KInnaird ft At Druggists W t aM good 493 F IL Zr The Central Record Lancaster Ky Dec 18 1903 SUPPLEMENT PAINT LICK A B Estridge bas taken chare of the post office here moved in MrsMin nle Jennings millinery store A tine line of Leather goods in Ladies Hand Bags and Purses and Gentlemens Traveling Cases at Mc Robertss Store tf Born to the wife of Henry Moore on the 12th a ten pound boy Henry Morrow McRoberts an showing the nicest line of Cut Glass ever in the town tf Misses Sallie and Callie Adams spent from Saturday until Mondav with their aunt Mrs B C Engleman Miss Allie Arnold of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Ike Arnold recently Sterling silver spoons forks and fan cy pieces New and complete line All goods put in nice satin lined boxes and engraved free tf Thorn DSOU the Jeweler Mrs Jennie Searcy has rented her property to Mr James Butner for next year she bavinggone to Red House to live Mr J H Burke has moved to the Mrs E H Ballard farm Mr Higginbotham having moved back t Bryantsvilie 8UNSF The Ladies Missionary of the Presbyterian church win give a Candy Sale and Graphapbooe Concert at the residence of Mrs Sallie on Tuesday Dec 22nd at one oclock sharp All kinds of home made candy for sale These ladies are noted for making goo 3 candy let ev ery one come out and help a noble cause Noadmission fee Candy will sell very low Books Books All kind of books at McRoberts Drug Store tf If we serve you well tell others if not tell us in other words dont tell your troubles to the policeman but to tf Thompson the Jeweler The school at this place which has been successfully taught by Miss Jen nie Higgins will close in a few days The teacher will give the scholars and all of the young folks a Christmas tree on Xmas Eve at 2 oclock The public are invited Miss Jennie Wallace has returned home from Lower Garrard where she has been teaching school Is not closed but will be suspended till after the holidaysOur gootfs are open for your i spection China Bisque figures ard vases Tompson the Jeweler tr Dr Ramsey and family will leave this week for New Orleans where they will spend the winter Mr H Burke and family have moved to Mrs Ed Ballards residence beyond Paint Lick They will he greatly missed by their neighbors He is a clever energetic farmer and ready to lend a helping hand to any one who needs it mtllanelreB Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the over fed millionaire is often paraded in the public punts as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of great wealeh But millionaires arc not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is tar 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 remedy for all stomach troubles for thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect tion It tones and vitalizes the system and makes life worth Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 04 Iri ty McCor- mack 1 over en- tIre liv- Ing no matter F b Roam dig what your station es are the people from whom to buy your They have them in abundance Their stock is Fres Their assortment is varied Their Prices are Low Everything from the simplest toy to the handsomest pieces in Leather Cut Glass China and Silver Ware The Place Morrow I rl oG MORROW t McROBERT I 0 MOOOOOOOOMOOOeOeOMOoMOMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMOOD r MoReberts t flotili GOOD oeeeesoooooooeoowoooooodooeooo aeoo eoooooe aeeoooeeeoeoae d 1 e