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TGENTRAL BECOBMLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY J t1tF tHE i 11904 nnu t 1 h r p 9SVRPOUBTEENTS Yw Hating COST for 15 Days w i yWE Koomson Hardware Go J A Arterial and Cavity Embalming Jjfa have the and most corn plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Stormes drugstore Prompt ngratltude tn ome thing to y a man endur 1 i Scalds Sore feet orstiff But theres no need for it Salve will kill the rouble Its the or Piles too 25c gist lm Jain why others takes i is eltceptfonal to a family inT 1riiiSiB New Life Pills i1loe they by 1 f j Ij Stoves r AT t I i r Ii 1 ldse en r i 3 1 t t iC W trj L taW 7 4tI 4 sz f 4 brt e a ka a lY 0- e 4f Y4BEAZLEYCO 4- Y unera Directors r h 4440b largest iR I ese tike 44 larminus s ny ty ft- itprVe 8 tCuts Wounds len mica ina tS C ul a Trouble find ereth re ate no domestic ruptures ion lessened and trouble save worklrStomach and Livr ourt io a f Lr K f 4 A- ia9a 0f Local Interest Write it 1904 The lake is holding like a jug I The 1000 feet of fire hose cost town 700 Turn her hose on the fellow who refuses to root for his town If the coal men are not rich by springtime it will be their fault Misleading There is a man living over in Boyle county named Ritchezell but he isnt Mix a little glue into todays Remember the piecrust saying Good crowds were present at the several Christmas trees and found much enjoyment Old Santa gave The Record office the go by He knew a country edi tor had no sock to hang up The cornice work on several build ings look very much like selves since Friday nights bombardment Representative Gilbert introduced a bill to reimburse the Bryantsville Methodist church of Garrard county The merchants sold out closer this Christmas than they have in several years The people had plenty money and spent it freely This is the day the saloons have a small trade It happens every New Year and the barkeep knows the boys will return love to him This Is Nice Printed upon a remembrance sent to the editor last week are the words May Dame Fortune ever smile upon you and may you never meet her daughter Mis fortune Court Day Fair size crowd in town Mondaybut little stock on market were busy settling up the years business and all fairly well pleased with the the twelve months work Uncle Henry Injured While switching at Richmond Fri day Uncle Henry Lsmmers the clev er engineer on the day trains sprained his back and was compelled to lay off He is all right now and his many friends are glad to see him pulling the throttle again A Big Hunt Mr J W Sweeney the popular live ryman spent a few days last week hunting on his farm in Casey county He killed in two days time 125 while the party bagged many more Jesse is out only a good hunter but an all round clever fellow Enjoyable Evening The Milk Maids Convention given by some of Lancasters prettiest young ladies Tuesday evening was by a large audience The lo cal hits were fine and brought forth much merriment A neat sum was realized for the Ladles Aid Soci ety under whose auspices the enter tainment was given To Advertisers We positively will not change dis play advertisements unless the copy is handed in on Monday To do so would require the employment of an extra hand to remain idle the entire week save one day Remember this and if you are turned down on press day as it is up to you to get here on time Very Kind We received a grapevine Friday morning stating that thccflif let fired into The Record purely accidental that not done through an to the editor and th ewliSiij it was much surprise he the fellowBk t 14 for us but would8tiMiMtrJde a Tock SV fart this has been the hardest wlnfce ln many years and there is no fopect for a let up Sunday morn g was the coldest of the season It is the first time in nine years that water in The Record office has frozen A banked fire protected the engine but the water bucket was frozen sol id We have seen the time or times when the finding of ice on the water bucket the next morning would have been hailed with delight but circumstances alter cases you know Grew too Careless A number of the boys let their carry them too far Thursday and the result is great to some of the best property about the Public Square In thecor nlsh of the handsome Citizens Bank building are from twenty to forty large holes made by pistol balls A dozen or moreholes were made in Batsons new shed while the post office building and other property were perforated in manjr lar ces There t hundred shots tired on the Public Square te say nothing of numerous bombs do not believe maliciously yet the damage been done and some pfr the harkhjotMit property in not but serioosiy If tW the resolutions Many enjoyed had broken preclate pile Weather r Were l fe a seem ofgee was it was i did oturare 4orae Madefacingthe handsome rTks p enthusiasm night destruction National courthouse or etc While we this wasdone bas town defaced injured boys want todothe right thing t1je Thinly for therepatrL 3r xH N WATER TURNED ON The Pipes Filled and All Proves Entirely Great Rejoicing By the People The happiest people we ever saw were gathered on the Public Square Tuesday When the water was turned into the pipes and the water works system tested There were delays of course but these have been remedied and the plant is virtually complete The lake has filled remarkable rapidity water now standing up to the second guage The fiUeris plete success the water coming thro as clear One or two breaks occurred in the pipes but this always happens in installing a system the cast iron having been cracked in A guage has been placed in J A Beazley Cos store where the pressure can always be seen Incase of fire telephone message brings double pressure within three minutes timeOne thousand feet of the best hose will arrive thisweek and will be kept in a wagon made especially for the purpose It is the latest pattern hav ing the new device for coupling which does away with the old screw system As it cost seventy cents a foot you can seeit iso k The old chemical engine will be kept in its accustomed place charged and ready for use This with the splendid water works will give Lancaster better protection from fire than any small town has It is a good idea to keep the chemical engine and by the way a still better idea to keep it freshly charged It costs but a trifle and the town can well afford to keep it in shape Some fellow sounded the fire alarm when the water was turned on but the people had an idea of what was up and few bit Next Sunday will at Christian church Special sermon and music Services begin at 1045 a m Our good sister city Stanford kind ly loaned the City Council two sec tions of hose to test the water power which favor is duly appreciated At the Memorial Methodist church Dr E H Pearce will discuss the follow ing subjects At 11 a m Lessons of a Year at 7 p m Profit and Loss Mr J D Turner has accepted the of watchman at Curleys large distilleries at Camp Nelson and left this week to enter upon his work The Record can boast of a subscrib er who has paid up until 1909 If the remainder would only pay up to 1005 we would be enabled to send them a much better paperthis year With the Flowers In Springtime We will wager two acres and a mule against an old that ground will be broken on the hotel lot next spring for a threestory building A hotel Not on your tintype but a busi ness house that will surpaMriiny simi lar enterprise in Central Keaifecky rNAAlex Miller the j tt r Mr proprietec Danville stage line to Mrs BesBCarr at burg No color MM In central Ken tucky About During miserable weather ind of is being made ack pf ore sidewalks The Should that the City Council worked faithfully to remedy this evil but had all kind of placed in their way by some people who didnt like the idea of having to pay a few dollars for construction Some even hired lawyers who have fought the improvementrwlth might and main The case came tip before Judge Saufley but forborne reason it was continued Itwiiljiipw he tested before the Hon Con Belland we trust he will settle the matter in his first court The that a town cannot enforce such ordinances is the merest rot and only causes de lay In the town obtaining what every other city half its size has The Eighth Wonder of the World A GetRichQuick concern which did not take money out of Lancaster is indeed the etghth of the world What puzzles us is why the promoters missed the town which Is known tar and wide for going into foreign scheme A turf investment scheme used many local papers in Kentucky to tell take your money and send you ten dollars for every one you sent them The post office department soon issued a fraud order and the firm struck for tall timber Tbere s no country but what every penny kept within its limits and that ungovernable desire to gamble in eign fakes tethe sole cause of so many Kentucky towns lagging at the rear of the procession There Is a move on foot right BOW to a large b slness Jn this cityand from present outlook the promoters will be compelled to secure assistance from another state Nowwouldat that jar you Itall the mousy made off people and shipped Mel rttaiBed where people have aaottier ebwee at tt the BOCtbOfB BMW 9l acorn as chrystal be C W B M day pO- sition I of the peopl Miller We allI they needs for Satisfactory with handling 8t straw hat accommodating was marrle4 li t Wednesday Harrods stand higher letheestimation thaa skis Alex wish him mechwbappiness Sidewalks kicking public remember obstacles statement wander every offered how could town establish enterprise Lancaster away been hors world j9owe oily be np wlth boy het ahead aiy Kl ex r- w 3 cij GARRARD COUNTY EXHIBIT Our County to Have Unusually and Interesting Display at Fair When Lancaster voted several thousand dollars a year ago for build lag a reservoir within a mile and a half of the town to give the place wa terworks the citizens little thought the building of this reservoir would disclose a rich vein of clay While Mr W U Grider field representative of the Mineral Commltteeof the Ken tucky Exhibit Association was here in October he visited this reservoir now just completed and discovered a bed of clay about five feet deep already exposed It lies over limestone He got a this clay and shipped to Prof C J Norwood at Lexington for a test While at the reservoir Mr Grider also arranged for an exhibit of the hard blue limestone used la the dam taken from a quarry near by It is in a stra ta from two to fourteen inches thick Other stone exhibits secured show samples from a of gray lime stone with a number of very small bright sparkling specks located on Dix river eight from Lancaster on the Lexington pike This ledge is six to eight feet thick and extends some distance along the river On the river between Lancaster and Danville orTthefarm of Col J W Mill er Mr Grider found a high cliff of rock in ledges of one to eight feet thick a very hard gray stone It is the of Mr Grider to show these Garrard limestone in a pyramid built up with gray and blue alternat lag There are several different min eral waters in the county samples of which Mr John M Farra secretary of the Lancaster Commercial Club has promised Jo ship to the Exhibit As sociation Garrard was the banner county of Kentucky in hemp praising in 1902 arid while the crop was a fail ure in many the State in 1903 it is a failure In this county therefore the xhibitAsspci atlon is looking to Gartard for a of this fibre It is to be by Messrs Banks Hudson HA B Marksbury and James Ml Denny Of course other are to be as corn wheat and tobacco butihe county is depending chiefly on its display to attract attention MrJ C Thpmp son has been very successful in the culture of ginseng and will make an attractive exhibit of its several The Garrad Graded School thanks to the efforts of Prof J E Man nix will be represented in the display from Kentucky and Mr EH Fox Danville the Official Worlds Fair Photographer for Gar rard county in addition to many other interesting views has a large picture of this and it is to occupy a burnt wood frame at the Fair made by Miss Lettie McRoberts whose work in pyography has attracted a great deal of attention Another interest exhibit from the county in the Kentucky Building will be handpaint ed china and an oil painting from Miss Sallie Elkin of Lancaster together with an oil painting from Miss Anne Chenault Wallace of Point Leavell The two old oil paintings of Chnsto pher Columbus and Amerigo hanging on the walls of the county clerks office are to be reframed and turned over to the local Worlds Fair Committee They were given to the county sixty years ago by Commodore Price a native of the county the United States Navy J M Far ra has offered the Association an old Seth Thomas clock for the Colonial room in the Kentucky Building Important Saturday is the Annual election of of the W C T U All the members are urged to be present Week of Prayer The week of prayer will begin next Sunday night with services at Metho dist church C M Chumley leader Monday night at church Dr Pearce leader Tuesday night aV Presbyterian church F M Tinder leader All services will begin at 7 p m will be made for other Rev J M Rooms in Lan ningi All cordially lnTiirtr1 that he will the churches Sunday night He c highly and a I crowd will jar him Masonic Election The local Masonic Lodge annual Saturday at and each officer up Jacob Joseph advanced 1 ior frardeo to Master KJJ elected Senior Warden and Chumbley Junior Warder nalrd who has been secrei the memory of runn the contrary elected Laxdram made treasure tar appointed Frii coo Mr was warmly ulated poo entering tb a MN a HUBOMUI- Ik 6wttM regaled Attractive of ledge same lIg purpose splay VeSpuCcI sack miles it hemp sections of far from furnished agricultural products hemp sta- ses educational ng n officers Christian Announcements serF Conteren 1 possible speak tion recommended election advanced was man waste Fred P Bishop 1 upon of the hf oMoe Is a and npd kealways Ia hi place and tee cwt 1 k z Business and Bargains Closing put cheap er call early Thompson the Jeweler Lost silver watch near Henry Tray lors on Christmas Eve Finder will please return to the Record office 2t I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronage B Conn For Rent Eason property opposite Baptist church Possessson Jan 1st M D Hughes Fine C Boar One the the county Service W 1030tf Potts Bros Every customer f1500 worth of goods for cash will 5Q cents worth pfany goods In the house free Thompson the Jeweler The best place in town to buy coal cheap for cash Prompt attention guaranteed J Adams Leavel 1218 3t Sterling silver spoons forks and fan cy pieces New and complete line All goqds put in nice satin lined boxes and free tf the Jeweler teachers Money Ready The teachers money will be ready Saturday January 9 and Mss Walker asks The Record to request the to be on hand promptly All parties going to Indian or Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them montey by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky PJumblae Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work give you the service of a practical plumber several experance which is to your Interest J BConnI ImporUmt Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due Iat Police Court room cleve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector r a14tf of Thanks The Ladles Aid Society this method of expressing its thanks to the young ladies and others who as listed in giving the enteetainment Tuesday evening For Rent 6room house good garden and on Depot street Possession at once Also one 5 room house good garden on same street Possession at once David Ross tf our Xmas r dlgreed p I of purchasing d Thompson teachers tf I Can t tore card stable all goods best a receive engraved Oklahoma Territories years amalways takes Rooms For Rent Several rooms Posses sioh given January 1st Mrs Emma Kauffman n20tf At I will sell you a Buggy or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last Conn t Coal Coall Ifyou want coal and good coal on J Adams Leavel at Leavels strand Rock bottom prices for cash 12183 1 Help Wanted White girl to cook for small family Good home and light work G B Swinebroad tf Your account is due and we need the money accounts not paid be fore Jan 10th will add 6 per cent to them Thompson the Jeweler Last Notice All taxes 19023 not paid by Jan 10 will be advertised atonce and sold Dont say you havent been notified 12223t W L Lawson soc Hive started my mill and will have on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky old stand carry an stock of coal on hand at handle nothing but the best prices are correct Ring up No 104 and see what they will do for you Ju10tf Bank Stock For Sale I have 14 shares of Citizens bank at Lancaster stock for sale desiring to purchase will ad dress Room406 KyTitle BuildingLou isvilie price that will be paid W O Bradley tf Clearance Sale of Fine Box Paper We have a boxes of where the box slightly soiled the paper is in peflfccl condition that trC 1IJCome and get your choice Frisbies luug Store tf Special Announcement Beginning Jan 1st we offer for cash only our entire stock of dry goods hats caps shoes clothing notions and queensware When we saycost itwill be cost Owing to its being so staple an article we will retail groceries at the usual prices until the other stock Isexhausted Remember these prices are for cash only or produce in ex change A dissolution of the firm causes ustwtake this method In clos out the stock CD Powell Ca 4t Surrey J B call old the All Lumber Coal Coal Beaz a artons imm tim They an heir Anyone n paper Is we will sell time only at actual c1 comfortable Coo Caai Austin all National Ky naming o cost ear y f ff f I II f II II f II f I f oJt1 ir r FR FOR Girls NecdNoSupportcrs Also full line of Stockings Some special values in Eddies Knit Skirts We have a few v tFine Cloaks Reduced from V 1250 to 750 The I f h t r4i lack Cat I tIt It L 1 JJ L tn1 oo t Ir 1 h t 0 w rfNo badi s R Y 1 boc IliOl4 G rrt t u I k 3 f v 4to ws 1c The Of Trading With Joseph Mercantile Co It is Our Determination to dispose of all our Winter Goods to make room for Spring stock We positively will not over anything and to clean up the different lines will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices We never advertise fake sales to draw people to house but make friends by telling cold facts and giving the trade honest goods at reasonable prices This is uot a Cost sale but the goods are to go MYniir Price Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED 2 f t 14 I II I II I I I In I II I It I I I I I I I It I Ill t carry 3 lr j our fJIID C Own j I I I I I I I I U I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I111111 I t 4 Get4n Habit 1 a Co Vhs cured quickly by ltieFS Honey u Refuse substitutes C C J E Sttf 1m Fortunate is the man who doesnt have onehalf the troubles that his neighbors think he has Cfelldrea Pollened Many children are poisoned and made nervous and weak if not killed out right by mothers giving them cough syrupscontaining opiates ey and Tar is a safe and certain reme dy for coughs croup and lung troubles and is the only prominent cough medi cine that contains no opiates or other poisons C C J E Stormes 1m Heed the teachings of adversity if you would avoid a second lesson Whats Km A Name rythingisin the name when it witch Hazel Salve EC De ll of Chicago discovered o how to make a salve h1 that is a specific for rns bruises and ts Salve has JPaea toals Tar Poleys lion t I Next Legislature The CourierJournal of a recent date eve a list of men who will constitute the next general assembly of Kentucky and the location of some were not given The Record frafrexamined the list carefully and finds the various walks of life will be prettr inuch rep resented in this body as given i elow There will be just about asjqaany farmers as lawyers the former n bering 28 and the latter 30 The majority of those whose vbca tions are not given reside in small towns and villages and it is highly probable that a complete list would show that there are a few more farm ers than lawyers Merchants are third with ten and teachers fourth with six One legislator is put down as ed and one gives his occupation as trader not specifying any particu lar kind of trade Several are hated as tobacco dealers in con junction with some other trade or pro fession There will be one hotelkeep er one capitalist one one magistrate one drum mer and law stude fn of Morganfield w ret deal some operaho manager one Ir g use CENTRAL RECORD LANDRAM Entered at the Putt Office In TMnetater Ky at SecantClots Mail Matter Ky January i 1 904 The cornshredder took up the work of maiming just where football left off Poor bleeding Kansas came to the bat last year with a wheat yield of 94000000 bushels Residents of Panama are called Panamanians Who suggested that Panamanians would be better Everybody has to an excuse for failing Maybe that why Dowie undertook the New York invasion Two NeosboMo poutbs fought for the hand of a woman Both are dead and he woman can now marry some A Berlin dispatch says the price of radium is to take a big drop It is even possible that it may fall to 50r 000 an Its always the other fellow Sens tor Bailey erstwhile representative speaks of the houses childish inter ference with the senate That eleven foot chunk of coal that Indiana will send to the St Louis had better be kept under a heavy guard this winter In view of the fact that nothing to give out concerning to many of these White House Gonferen ces it strikes us that there is a lot given out If the 18 foot wall that Dowie an nounced he will build around Zion City will serve to keep Dowie and his followers at home the public at large will readily consent to stay out One of the December magazines that the is gradually los lug its heat This is a good time of the year to discuss the subject but not comforting to coal consumers A fashion sheet announces that blue eyed girls are again coming into style We dont know how the girls will go about it but we shall expect to see more blueeyed maidens henceforth The Jessamine Journal has just col ebrated its thirtieth birthday The Journal is ono of the cleanest best papers in the state and has the well wishes of all the people who believe in honest upright journalism Corbett says be does not care to fight Fitzsimmons for the reason that the latter is longer a drawlngcard It has been hinted that it is notFitzs crowddrawing ability that Corbett is afraid of but his blooddrawing ability The Panama canal treaty will reach this country wrapped in the flags of the two republics The ceremony of wrapping in flags boa long been inci dent to tbe disposition of the dead but we hope this will be the exception 1 to the rule lvie National Socle ty as recently organized at Oakland Caltjbe members pledging themselves to abstain from kissing any one for the f their lives That may work well out in that country but here Kentucky the home of the pretty gYrl what could be more excrutiating having to hold hands off when a of ruby pout ing lips come within speaking dis tance McMillans r I IS man exposition there s declares sun no L rLO Iiil Lancaster have ounce AntI Kissing rest ver i hen 8 Prewit verat ple of Arltaaumrn Vay tt State Aid In ImprpvlBjf The State Good Roads convention recently held at Arkansas was one of the most important ever held in tills country to consider any industrial question It was large in numbers enthusiastic in interest and harmonious in action The legislature being in session at the capital adjourned to meet in the great hall where the delegates tators assembled to the number of 2000 The great questions under discussion were state aid and national aid to road buildings There was almost a unanimous opinion in favor of both propositions and on the second day a resolution passed by a unanimous rising vote of the con vention instructing the legislature a law at once levying a tax of two mills on every dollar of taxable in the state to raise a fund to by the state to aid its different subdivisions in building roads The opinion also prevailed that the United States government should become one of the cooperating forces in this great work and should pay some share of the cost required to improve certain highways up to a high standard of excellence In this connection the Brownlow bill now pending in which provides for a system of pooperation between the United States different states or subdivision thereof in road building was linger Consideration Among the arguments offered in favor of lid the following The revenues of the United State aggregating nearly five undred millions of dollars per year are drawn as much from the agrir puturftl ovens as from all other soufces combined yet af the pomes to the distribution of the fund not morn than 10 per cent is put put in the rural ninety cent is in the great cities for public buildings battl ships munitions of war harbor fapiU ties etc This discrimination has very largely from a lack of at tendon and consideration It is that congress would make appropriations for improving roads as as urged to do so by the people of the rural districts This Instance was cited as an of the wisdom of such a change The White river is now beipg imr proved by United States govern at a cost pf tWP UJjIMoplSRllars Which will result in a imprpver went ip its navigation that will benefit but a few and a small numbs Of people whereas a permanent and highway built large amount of mopey either ajopg the bank of that same river or In apy Other portion of the state of Arkansas would much more to phpap ening transportation would seryp many more people would inprcasp the value of land adjacent to it and add very much more to the states wealth I 1735 good policy by the participants in the discussion th United States should bp palled upon tp a share in this necessary improvement of highways This idea was indorsed in a resolution by the convention Attention WAil called to the fact that the government has nlneady appropriated a million dollars for such a purpose to Porto Rico and another million to the and the secretary of war has to congress with the approval of the president that three millions of dollars should be immediately appropriated for the use of the Philippine government to be majnjy expended in building highways and other public improvements op t e islands PREACHERSYILLE J B Hutchins closed his school last FridayJno of Lancaster was with homefolks Sunday Philip Thompson and Lesley Harber have returned from Indiana Rev H B Cockrill of St Louis will be here on John Smith and wife of Brodhead are visiting JM Cress and family Falkner Kennedy has been confined to his bed for a few days but is better nowRev J S Ragan has returned from North Carolina and will make this his home for the year Mr Richard Robinson and Miss Eliza Shaw were married at the home of the bride last Wednesday Ben and Dave Lunceford who went to Kansas last fall to make their for has returned home Lucy Miller our excellent mu teacher a very bad of t failure at Mr Grove today and is some better now ss Annie and Ida Crann two of most ladies attending ege visiting Misses Fan Ilia Thompson Diary taught the Preach has closed it and is school which Miss commenced to teach but it was out nic lodge at its meeting the following officers k M TE Gross S D Tk FHbltzclaw S W W WC Cummins Tyler i I endorse your ring the ballot There among those yiog and Belling B party know how re are In each county ththem I down spleadid erit ney and Tar you would boat it A two t an atteet ef peeamoala fo It may aavcyoar life tojroMJKi f4iipKA1tnGOORq tIall Ulcllwa Little andspec property leading national government ertl resulted believed w sJight wi h would Philippines latelyrecommended 1 thisweek ne at George pool Hobbs tore ted I uptlon say pa n Iis4le and The4r bras toss bused congress slid the are same timeout distributed illustrntiprl the eat carriers WP t considered contribute Cummins business iss had Kennedy 0s school and who us wins fully e Atys e new the dose or s s- w e t p B 3 Land Stock Crops Sale Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally flue J Wade Walker Manse Ky A big sorrel saddle horse 10 or 12 years old about Hi hands high heavy built very good mane and tail Ap ply to L C Rogers Ilarrodsburg Ky 1222tf To buy a good farm containing 75 to 125 acres within one to four miles of Lancasteror some other good town Anyone having such property for sale will report at this office n13tf Estrayed Pale red steer with horns weight about 905 pounds Left my farm at Paint Lick 1st Informa tion tbanUfully received and reward for return Ernest Woods Paint Lick Ky j 1tf Young Man Educated FOP Success at Wilbur Smiths Business College Teachers Clerks and Farmer boyS should pursue a Business Course or Shorthand Telegraphy or at Wilbur Smiths Business Col lege Lexington He refers to 10000 successful graduates including many leading business men of this county This college is responsible and influ ential Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded graduates The demand for his graduates at this time to fill positions exceeds the supply Students can begin at any time Cost reasonable If you have any idea of attending a Business College this win ter or spring write at once for a large illustrated catalogue to Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky It There are a few things that even a very young man doesnt know millionaires Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the over fed millionaire is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of great wealth But millionaires are not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater among the toiler 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 over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect discs tion It tones and vitalizes the system and makes life worth liv ing no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular sige 5c At all druggists Feb 04 Dr Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville street Lan caster Ky two doors below Record Office Lady always in attendance Consultation and examination free Telephone No 61 Osteopathy treats wonderful success all curable diseases tf Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin whereby we will on orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist Andean fill orders for on the shortest notice Callus up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster W S BEAZLEY Dentlsta over Thomp store Danville at Election Notice There will be an election held by the stock loldcra of the National Bank 61 Lancaster Ky at Us bank building between the hour of 10 a an and ap m on Tuesday January 12 1901 to elect five directors to serve tbe engnlny year Dee 3 1903 S C PENNY Cashier Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank at their once Tuesday January 12th 1901 for the purpose of electing five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 4th 1903BF HUDSON The Markets LOUISVILLE Kir Dec 31 4 p x CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 65 Medium to good shipping steers 4 00 4 40 Choice butcher steers 3 50 4 00 Medium to good butchers 3 00 3 60 Common to medium butchers 2 S 2 75 Good to choice feeders 3 40 3 70 to medium feeders 225 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 3 00 3 30 Common to medium stock steers 3 23 3 00 to choice stock heifers 2 50 2 85 Common to medium took heifers 3 25 3 50 Plain light mixed stockers 1 75 2 35 Medium to good bulls 9 56 2 75 veal calves 5 95 5 75 Common to medium calves 3 50 4 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 900 4 90 Medium packers 160 to 388 Ibs 4 90 Choice lightship 120 to 160 Iba 465 Choice 4 85 Good pigs 50 to 90 Iba 4 35 425- BHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra uklpplBg sheep 2 59 275 Jr tofeed j fie a 50- Cummam to mtilmm 1 59 3 06 I i- J ii 1 l I FoP 1 Lost about Nov Typewrit- Ing 1 en- tIre Telephone Co any designs 925tf 1 G C I Faris Ions eSiSisseess Cashier 254 Good i pigs to lbs i Boughs 0588lbs i if J 1 t Wasted p FA- RIaBeaztey Common Choice tai 9B0 lbs 09 3 laabe 473 Bert beteher lamb r er 489 eel ten ieathe 3 LIB 3 SI We carry Moulding in stock andfraxne Neatly and promptly IWcRoberts Drug Store f r 1 ri1 S h r I i 1 c 4 Pictures Try 113 R BepresentlD Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Fkenix of Brookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile AelnaLirelDSCojfHartforiCflDD KINNAIRDINSURANCE 1 o ova POSTED our lands for hunting fishing or any of the law- S F Embry Price Bros Ed N BPrice George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahari Mrs N BAndersonR A Beazley Milt Ward T L Broaddus J W Sutton B L Kelly MrsJ H West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas E Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill Hemphill Walden Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell warnIngprosecute i The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A 8 President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper A DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird 1 0Z493 2 2 6 Q i DEN Y 2 0 0 I 000000G000000000000000000044000009000004 A 4 9Q Q 0000000000000000000000000000 000000 ENDS SPENCFR PcICtat sea Expert Accountant 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property at this Mr Robert Long has just returned from the mountains where he has been buying calves Messrs Marion Ray and Myrtle were visiting friends here last Sat urday and Sunday Mr J D Jones says he has all arrange ments made and will start for the first of the year The wife of Mr Will Carter Jr whose life has been hanging in the balance for some time quietly passed away last Thursday her remains were interred in the Buckeye cemetery Miss McMurtry our efficient teach er of this place has returned to her at Nicuolasville The patrons to her their hand of gratitude her successful work the past five Cured After Buttering 10 Yean Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown O suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any perma nent benefit He says One night while feeling exceptionally bad I was about to throw down the evening pa per when I saw an item in the regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure I concluded while I had no faith in ittfeit after the second dose AfterruBlfifg two am stronger and b trthan Jcjol tjtfmy friends h trouBlfc MKF P Frlsbie 1m t ace Daily Colorado xtend r o BF pap a d ter J1 ff neen in years Cure naacqu 1Bbnee tf iog 1 v tome I ths may F l toJ it bottles andl r commend DyspepsI f slamm MAUKSBCRY Delayed Letter J W Woods sold a nice bunch of shoats to C A Arnold at 4c Mr Charles Durham has returned from Preachersville where he taught a school Mr Tillets rock crusher has been lo cated on Mr C A Robinsons farm for several weeks The benefit has been twofold Mr T having excavated a fine pond for Mr Robinson and spread the rock on the turnpike The Ladies Working Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs M F Rout That being the last meeting for the year 1903 the vote was taken and the following officers elected Mrs W M Stallings president Mrs M F Rout vicepresident Miss Jennie Swope secretary Miss Lizzie Marks bury treasurer This is a faithful band of workers who remember the words of Jesus who said It is more blessed to give than to receive Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbittof Bar gerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerlessto save her The most skilful physicians and every remedy used failed while consurnptkM was slowly but surely taking ber life1 In this terrible hour JDr Kjngg New Discovery for Cons t ilied despair into joy The brought immediate relief and its con tinued use cured her Its the most certain cure In the world for all throat add lung troubles Guaran teed 50c and 100 Trial bot ties tree at McRoberts drug store 1m Some live remind us of dead ones who forgot to get buried Stop It A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys Hon ey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold C C J 1m fi tt BAtles I men Stormes Bottle completely E Downey Candies Nuts mtBiggest and Best line of Candies ever 3ti ii t RighttJtirri Gossip About People N ve A Brief Mention of the Coatings and Gains LyTtMM We Are In Miss Mary Arnold is at home for the holidaysMrs Tomlinson visited Lexing ton Monday Miss Minnie Johnston is in visiting relatives R E Hughes of Louisville was here a few days with relatives Miss Lizzie Beazley is Louisville the guest of her brother Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting Miss Louise Kauffman Mr and Mrs Dolph Rice of Danville were visitors here the past week Miss Cerena Dunn of Danville is the of Mae Robinson Miss Lillie Dale Grant is theguest of Mrs Ueorge Harden of Covington Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville is the pretty guest of Miss Theo Hemp Mr Charles Collier of Lexington was with his parents during the holi daysMiss Allie Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Nich olasville Miss Carrie Hatcher returned a pleasant visit to friends in StanfordMiss Pope and Maud Pope of Lexington have been visiting here Mr Joe Miller has returned to Cin cnnatI after spending a few days with his parents Mr Harry Robinson of Danville visiting his parents Mr Robinson and wife Miss Henry who clerks in R H Bat sons store has gone to her home in Lexington for a visit Mr E H Smith of Eldorado Ark has joined his wife for a visit to Mr and Mrs Solon Henry The friends of Miss Scott Petty are glad to hear she has about recovered from her recent illness Miss Christine Bradley of the attractive and pleasant guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Mr George McRoberts and wife of Covington were guests of her parents Mr Joe Burnside and wife Mrs Annie Doty and pretty little son James of Millersburg are guests of the family of Mr Alex Doty Miss Theo Hemphill has been visit ing friends in Winchester a Sttend ed the ball Wednesday evening Senator George T Farris left this week for Frankfort to oe present at the assembling of the Legislature Sam Harris of Louisville spentsev eral days during the holidays with his parents Mr E W Harris and wife Maj Roy Haynes and bride of Hills boro Ohio are visiting the family of Mr W B Mason Lexington avenue a prominent physician of Belton S C was the guest of Miss Jennie Wallace during the holidays Mr and Mrs Hanna who have been at the New Mason hotel for several weeks have returned to their home CarlisleThe Year party which wilt be given Friday evening at the restjooms will be one of the swellest affairs of this season Editor E C Walton was in town Monday and Record office with a call Ed to send out one of the best papers printed in this or any other state The Lancaster hop club gave an in formal dance Wednesday evening at the New Mason hotel The music was furnised by Richmond band and a very enjoyable evening was spent One of the pleasant social affairs of the past week was the party given by Miss Katie Lee Denny Friday even tug The house was beautifully dec orated for the occasion and an elegant supper served Miss Margnrite Kinnaird gave a very enjoyable party Monday evening The floral decorations of the were profuse and beautiful Miss Kinnaird proved a very charming and popular hostess Her menu was very choice and stylish Capt ani Mrs White have received an announcement of the marriage of their granddaughter Miss Johnetta Armstrong to Mr Hugh Prather which occurred in Dallas Texas last week Her Lancaster friends extend best wishes Mrs Banks Hudson entertained Saturday evening In honor of her brothers Lieut Robt Kennedy of Columbus Dick Kennedy of Lexington and sister Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington The house was tastefully with holly and mistletoe A dainty luncheon was served guests Carrie Currey Grace Kinnaird bury Theo Hempbili Messrs Herbert Kinnaird Robert Davidson and Frank MarksburyThe and charms of a euchre were emphasized from pleasing standpoints by Mr William the New hotel Wed parlor was beau 9 4 L p guest Miss MattIe hill from has been B Louisville- is DrC ui ties waS rooms FJ tie Marks rs The J palms F Louisville has relatives G Todd honored many informally Ohio The were Christmas Mason v bbon was simply a Christmas poem In itself Tho tables were very gay with many large of white and red carnations and the lights were soften ed by floral canopies interlined with gauze ruffles Santa Claus appeared on a small table and presented each guest with a carnation The lunch eon one of the handsomest affairs of the season Mr Burton proved an ideal host The prize was won by Mrs Louis Landramyan elegant tiffany vase For the men a handsome cigar case fell to the lot of Dr Faris The tal lies were marked by Misses Martha and Helen Gill The guests of the delightful evening were Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Margaret Tom linson Mattie Elkin Mary Wooldrldge Louise Kauffman Carrie Currey Al berta Anderson Grace Kinnaird Alice Walker Joseph Gill J E Stormes and Louis Lan dram Messrs Chris Faris Charles West Lewis West Branham Beazley J B Jennings Gpodloe Herbert Kinnaird Ben Herndon Frank Marks bury Dr Gilbert Henry Simpson R L Davidson William Burton Fred Fris bieMiss Marie Schillings of Richmond is visiting Miss Elsee Zimmer Misses Rachel and Fannie Henry are visiting friends in Lsbadon Miss Dove Harris leaves this week for Lexington where she will reside in the future Mr and Mrs Pettus have returned to their home in Springfield after a visit to her mother McCarley Senator George T Farris wife and daughter Miss Louise spent the holi days with Mrs Elbert Smith of Jelli TennMrs Totten and Mrs Ed Thur mond have returned to their home in Illinois accompanied by their sister Miss Scott Petty The beautiful and accomplished daughter of M F Padgett of Dixon Tennessee visited her aunt Mrs Dr Acton In company with Mr Wm Ad ams of Somerset Ramsey Jr is anticipating the pleasure of having as her guest during the month of January Miss Violet Preston of Louisville a most welcome visitor for all who know her We had a most pleasant visit from Mr Smith of El Dorado Arkan sas this week Mr Smith was on a visit to his fatherinlaw Mr Solon B Henry and spent several daysln Lancaster He is cashier of a bank In El Dorado and one of that thriving citys leading citizens Mr Smith is full of push and enterprise and is al ways ready to join in any movement for the betterment and promotion of his town Such men are only in Lancaster but every town In Kentucky A few such bustlers would soon bring the old state to the front In of Stephen Marshbanks A dear breathed his last on the evening of the 22nd ult After a life of 70 years he passed peacefully to rest with his loved ones gone before He leaves ten children to the loss of a loving father He was a kind neighbor and beloved by all He was ever ready to do a favor and it is in deed a home without him But the Lord knew best and called him to his reward Maggie Ky IN MEMORIAM On the evening of at six oclock the veil which divides present from the life eternal was drawn aside and the immortal spirit of our loved one James L McCarley fell asleep in Jesus He was born and raised within ten miles of where he lived and died He elected of this county He was married in 1872 to Elizabeth Schooler They were blessed with three intelligent and obedient daughters who were raised in the nurture and admonition of the Lord and as truly said by his pastor they receiyed a heritage of integrity and honor Mr McCarley was in Lancaster on Wednesday and caught the cold resulted in his death following Tuesday He bore the suffering great patience He friend to the or phan and was sought as a and helped the rough places of Ona of his leading traits was earnestness he was an active and prosperous and is said to have been one of most popular men in the county He always ready to forgive an injury and had not an enemy He a devoted husband and loving father When the Angels of bore him away from his bed of suf fering he met death triumphantlyand said he to die dying in per feet peace and full exercise of all his faculties His furneral held at the church conducted by Elder Tinder in a touching and manner He was to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery followed by a of loving and sorrow tug A tribute of love was shown by the many and flowers strewn up on his grave His wife daughters have the one May they be by the love of Christ the meeting Tils spirit In the bet loving which the th er shall be broken net a those no hojef Lord Point Leavell s t f 7 j Mrs B E H needednot OBITUARY father HighlandManse 15th the was was waS a peacemaker over fearednot Impressive largecrowd if tt a Blessed 1 rom vases red was Marie Mary Mesdames Duke Mrs mourn sad Dec assessor which the severest with and widow many life businessman the was was Mercy was Christian laid friends beautiful sympathy of every comforted and hope links bound Sever They ear who have for are the dead who die FRA2 iYY KyrSome wlves spend alet t r gretting the factthat11inI better thaw1MSifl K w- y 4 k the r II EFFECTIVE HOTBED MlBBecotm Describe Heatlaor Plaa That Hai Prorcd The hotbed must depend on manure for its heat is not satisfactory Not only is it dif ficult to regulate the temperature but the heat sometimes becomes extinct at a stage when the plants are sorely in of it I made an excavation five or six feet on the surface and about a foot deep Lengthwise along this space were laid three rows tiling along thecen ter and one about a foot from each side The tiles were four inches in side measure and one foot long These were placed end to endsoastofitclose a lat1afaeteQ that fermenting always Gardener halt need one HEATED HOTBED COMPLETE ly and earth was pressed around them BO as to hold every piece exactly in place Then the excavation was filled with rich soil until level with the sur face excepting at the ends the tiles were left bare for a few inches The board frame 5 by 15 feet was next put in place so as to leave six inches of each row of tiles projecting beyond the ends of the frame shown in smaller cut At the east ends of the bed hole was dug three by four feet on surface and two feet deep In this hole a crude fireplace was made of loose brick and the flue was connected with the three ends of projecting tile At the west end of the frame a brick cham ber was made into which the three tiles as a LAY OF TILES entered giving them a common flue for outlet The top of this chamber was closely covered excepting a six inch circular hole into which a single length of stovepipe was fitted A door was hung over the fireplace cavity to keep out rain and the earth was raised high enough to prevent surface water from running into the hole Soil was banked about the frame and the glass sash put in place It took six sashes 29 by 60 inches to cover the frame and I happened to have on hand six old storm window sashes of that size Of course the sashes sloped to the south in the usual way When fire was kindled in the fire place the smoke came freely from the stovepipe The tiles were covered with soil to a depth of about six inches good fire I could quickly warm up the earth on the coldest days of spring And when once well heated the earth and tiling held the heat for a long time provided the draft was closed Unlike beds heated with manure the heat supply could here be regulated to suit the demand of the prevailing L Hill in Farm and Home SOIL FOR POTATOES It Should Be Light So That It Will Offer But Slight ReaUtance to Rapid Growth Potatoes may be grown on a variety of soils butthe most important factor in growing them successfully afterthe proper selection of tubers for seeding is the selection of the kind of soil best adapted to them Soil in a pulverized state so light that it will offer but small resistance to the growth of the tubers should be selected The ground should be well drained and have a sup ply of organic mattersufficient tokeep it in state of moisture whichis neces sary to the normal growth pit the potato Plowing under green crops and adding well rooted farm will render kind of soil suit ablef or growing this whilenewly cleared lands are adapted to varieties of the potato as the soil is in a mechanically favorable state to its growth and has a liberal supply of organic matter which continues till cultivation exhausts it from the soil The mechanical condition of the soil is of much as its fertility and artificial fertilization will great extent supply the deficiency of this organic quality ifthe soil is in a condition to furnish the necessary Experience in growing this crop teaches that one year or two years at most is as longas this crop be without change grown on a piece of ground because the plant food suited to ithe potato by that time exhausted and then the germs of disease from the scabby tubers will remain in the soil and they must be starved out by changing crop to that which support these parr ticular germs Frank Monroe Beverly in Epitomist j PaidlBC Cook together four or five minutes cupful of and four of cornstarch in a pint of sweet milk Stir in one cupful of ct fresh if procurable and vanilla Add tie stiffly beaten whites of three eggs and pour into mold When time to serve ftll th eenter wita chilled and wWfpd Boston Globe of Horse IM SjprlHc Galled shoulders are very coraxaoBiB spring when the hones arefirst p t to and are easier prevented than peciallyif the ia Itite Very e eollmrs and ltanieMltp ftrr then WM should clean keeping th collars well oiled W ih BKMdsra a TH slop- Ing With- a weatherC a natural to becomes CieIuB care d manures almost crop some a moisture should the will not Pearly sugar tae the Savor with airing the eared animal u kept work the be kept will be a belp aeon and night with softwater Iter roaoaetthrlurasrslPlNrtllaaayra qa epBara away froatths3s-ewsgf 1tvtii t g 7 f 1ortNr Take your prescriptions to FRISBIES PHARMACY where they will be carefully com pounded by registered pharmacist from the PUREST DRUGS Our line of Druggists Sundries is al ways complete and have the Best Cigars and Tobacco In Town Remember the place North side Public Square f j w r we fRI 81 3 rytc 4 ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 V Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky their s O BY MANS SHOE MfGco V n- PATDCI2 Ia99 AND OTHER PATENTS C EC MADE THE pENDINa We are making aspecialty of the a bove Bootee It cannot be equaled R L JENNINGS PAINT LICK Dry Goods Clothing Furnishings Hardware Furniture B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance l Uavi sons ll THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Openevery Friday from 9 A M to 3 P M Call early 2 jO i AlA AA A 4 00O- it J Ldswis T LBAVKLL LI President J S ROBINSON 1 Vice Pre 1 t 0ITIZEN N IDIONILp Of liAlPA2 a1 ORGANIZED 18- 83Th BANK F UIPLVS enJ- B P8m1ox Cashier n- W0RixiT7ss t r C D 1er ssa Bookkeeper R 4- st art Gar 1 Atteetiw a far J d- rY 4fjMr i eTwisaiii- y r 4 a t a ycwCe y a 7 rLnh- 1P yy Saw His Finish Tliere was an old man wboeald Gee has been one long jamboree r2 Ive hit such a salt n That I feel I may state iiavaa finfdh to me STONE Mr Jesse Lamay has returned from KansasC was In Lexington last week on business Mrs James Littrell Is suffering fr m a paralletic stroke C SSandcrs bought two fat hogs of A Preston formic Miss Smith of Marksbury has been the gaest of Mrs Mattie Land MrsMalinda Preston of man is visiting Mrs Gabe Preston Miss Zenith Jennings is spending Christmas with her mother at Pink Mr and Mrs James Sanders gave a dining to a number of their friends FridayLet one come out to meeting next Saturday nightSunday and Sun day night Mr C M Moberley and wife are spen ding the holidays In Nicholasvlll and LexingtonMr Tester and family have moved into their new home on Poor Bldge pike A very successful school taught by Miss Olivia Sweeney closed at this place Dec 11 Mrs Sallie Jennings of Pink has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Willard Wilson Misses Ella Belle Ross and Alma D Austin of McCreary are the guests of Miss Isla T Austin during Christ inns Mrs Peachie Grow was called to the bedside of her brother W S Scott at Frankfurt who is very sick Miss Ed na Scott accompanied her Miss Susie Naylor and Mr Daily were married Friday at the home of her grand mother Mrs R wish them success through life Mr Wolford Ramsey and family of Henry county will move to house as soon as the boats will make their regular trips We will gladly welcome Mr B and family back into our midst BEUNA VISTA Rev J S Ison visited relatives and attended church here Sunday Born to the wife G H Ruble on the 17th a daughter Irvine Christopher is at home from Ogden college Bowling Green Mr and Mrs John Daugherty of Lexington are at Mr Thos Christopher Miss Naomle Hamilton of your city is the guest of her sister Mrs Hollis SpoonamoreMiss Dunn closed her public school last Thursday A Xmas tree was the delight of the children The revival at Browns Chapel closed Wednesday night Miss Mahan de lighted the people with her simple but enective way of telling the Story of the Cross Miss Margaret Cunningham of Bur gin until recently a resident of com munity was married the 24th to Mr Cbas Tolbert of Louisville They will reside in that city Mrs Edith Saddler died at her sons home on Dix river near here Dee 25 at 5 oclock a m Funeral services were conducted by Rev Tandy of Bur gin Interment at Mt Olivet She leaves two sons to whom we extend sympathy McCREAEY Miss Alleen Peel is visitibg Miss Edna Gulley Mrs L Gullie of Lancaster is with her daughter Mrs Mag Gullie Mr Oris Wearen of California is visiting his mother Saml Hoover and wife of Wilmore are visitors of Mrs Will Simpson Ed Simpson and family will leave this week for their new home in Crab OrchardJohn Hardin of Decatur 111 was with his sister Mrs Geo Sadler the holidays Alex Simpson who has been confined to his room for several months Is worse at this writing Mr John Brown and wife and Mrs E Dickerson and children of Buckeye were visitors of Mr Jno Askins and wife during Xmas The two yearold babe of Rice died on the 23th and was curled at the Freedom cemetery The family have our sympathy Climatic Ceres The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration In toe morning is made certain by Syruo 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 Ger man Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the ands of there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup 25q regular size 75c At all draggteta Feb 04 Lets of mea like mucilage stick to iJ blUe a hot comIng I 3 LittleHick Naylorwe A S anders dur- Ing considerably Logan German thous Trial II f lIi t as as fr tbttles icth FARM WINTER CHORES Mr good wife often tells me that womens work Is never done And you men folks only putter round the place from sun to sun But I reckon that us farmers always find a chore or two the days are short and nights are long around the barn to do Dont you know ther seems no finn here an cleanln there If you wish the stock to show In spring theyve had a little care An Ive learned It pays good Interest In springtime dont you know 3tsf to hustle In the winter spite 0 Ice an sleet an snow I jes hate to see the critters lookln dirty humped an lean When a little bit 0 extra work would make them fat an clean You Jes brush the cattle with the card an do It every day For youll find that when the buyer comes around youll get your pay Dont forget to overhaul the harrow plow an cart Fix them up ready for business when the to start Oh theres lots o tools need fin galnst the comln dayo need An Its now youve got to do It tore the time o plantin seed Orange Judd Farmer CAGE FOR JAILBIRDS Constructed for the Purpose of Con Suing Convicts While WprWflB- OB Country Roads This cage is not intended for wild animals as might be supposed from its appearance but is used to confine human beings The convjcts are made to work upon the public highways andin order to work the roads at any great distance from the county jail When endto mower begInbuds PERIPATETIC JAIL it is necessary for the prisoners to camp out so this steel car was pon structed for purpose of confining the convicts while working in the out lying districts The cage is twenty feet long by eight feet six inches wide and is eight feet from floor to roof It is divided into two compartments the larger one for the prisoners con tains twelve bunks and th smaller one has two bunks for the guards The whole thing requires six horses to pull It over the country Gould in Strand Magazine WIDE TIRE THE THING It Acts a a Roller p Dirt Road and Make Hauling of Heavy Loads Easy As I am a goodroad lover I wish to give my opinion on how to make a road hard and solid so that it will carry the heavy loads better than most roads generally do In my own experience years ago I owned only one twoinch tire wagon Since then I made a threeinch wagon out of old wheels by cutting it down a little lower and had the blacksmith put on threeinch tires onehalf Inch thickThe wonderful effect this Ills in an otherwise worthless farm convenience no one knows unless he has tried it The wagon now is as good as a new one and it does not cut down as before Farmers should be sure if order wide tires when new wheels ere Reef ed on old wagons A threeinch tire will do but a fourinch is still better as it acts as a roller oh the road and when once packed the draft is much lighter This is my experience H F Jahnke in Farmers Voice Pear Growing Popular Every class of fruit has its day with the amateur Just now the pear is on the rising tide of popularity and is being boomed by the nursery agent Car loads of this delicious are shipped into the north annually and the home grower who has fruit to sell drainage and a clay soil and there are a number of such locations in the cen tral west you may be safe in trying a few But for the northern half of the belt or on low black soils beware Under such conditions the pear blight has blasted more than onemapshopes after years of patient care and wait ing Midland Farmer Speaking with A tborltr Landlord Ive called to collect the rentLittle sir mammas out and forgot to leave it Landlord How do you know she forgot it Little Boy Because she said so TitBits The New Hnntsman hunted big game Mr Deering Gracious It must be awfully dangerous sport Cholly It is I assuab you Why once I photographed a beat that wasnt moh than 50 yawda me camewa Puck Hlae Ties Oat of Tea Archie Uncle Archibald what is a reformerUncle Archibald A reformer Archie is a man who thinks he can cover up his own shortcomings by loudly calling attention to the faults of other people Brooklyn Life The day It breaks though U never tails The reason Im sure I cant night It falls hut It not break Its very perplextsg to mi t PIe roadsVW op improving pricesIf BoyPlease DollyAnd I fwom f fII ijsIt Why see- The does lchalu TO SUPPLY THE WORLfl Kentucky Coal Fields Will Be Turned To In Future 8TEIKING EXHIBIT TO BE MADE Mineral Committee of Kentucky Association Allotted Excellent Space at Exposition In Which to Show the States Wonderful Re sources of This On a Broad Scope The allotted the Kentucky Exhibit Assocatlon for the several displays to be made of the States products and resources In the differ ent exhibit palaces of the St Louis Exposition is quite as prominently located in the mammoth structures as is the Kentucky Building on the grounds Starting with the made for the mineral resources in the Mines and Metallurgy Building it is no effort to show how well the State that gave to the world the president of the Exaibitlon Hon David R Francis born in Madison county has been taken care of At the west corner of the Mines Building where crowds coming from the walks around the Grand Basin and from the Restaurant Pavilions will pour In rests the space in which will be shown the wonderful mineral resources of Kentucky Here in one spot is three thousand square feet In addition to this distributed at inter vals through the building will be du plicate displays of coal clay iron lead and zinc and mineral waters in the various collective exhibits In the general display naturally coal is given prominence A year ago one of the leading operators of the State made the assertion in a paper read before a body of prominent financiers that fifty years from now the coal fields of Great Britain and the coal fields of Pennsylvania would be all but exhausted anti that the world must needs then turn to the Ken tucky fields for its coal supply This gentleman was no idle dreamer He spoke of the rich veins in Eastern Kentucky and the rich veins in West srn Kentucky He talked in figures not in fancies It will be one of the purposes of the Exhibit Association to prove In its coal exhib by maps and charts and by constantly increasing productions that the statement is to be borne out by the future It Is believed too that the clay posits of Kentucky hold in their grasp the coming years of this great indus try What these deposits will bring forth only time can tell but that they will not be disappointing has been scientifically demonstrated The same mjght be said of the States lead and zinc ores her asphalt rocks her materials for limeg and her building stones and her lithq graphic stones All of these things are to be given due prominence in the Kentucky display And petroleum The Standard Oil company has its fingers on the pulse of this growing infant and the infant that the Standard Oil company take time to feel the pulse of is certain to grow rapidly The Mineral Exhibit Committee of the Association will be able to show oil from the various sands of the state During the past month there was erected in Lexington by Professor jf Kastle of the State college a refinery especially to get the product from Kentuckys to show in the states display There will be at least fifteen different samples displayed in extenso from the crude form even to the paraflne One of the unique features of the display will be a bottle of oil from the firetwell bored ip the Unit ed States This well was situated in Cumberland county and was struck while boring for salt water When this well was 1829 before oil was heard of in crude oil was put up in bottles by the American Oil company and sqld all over the United States at fifty cents per bottle eight ounces as a cure for cuts and bruises and sores of all kinds of man and beast It was not thought of that time for Illuminating purposesAnother striking mineral exhibit will be massive blocks of onyx while it Is hope of the committee to be able to get a very fine collection of gems from Elliott county To all pf these things will be added in to their wealth polishing scouring materials and molding sands road materials barite fluorite iron coke etc etc In one corner of the display there will be geographical sections in another a large geograph ical map Much space is also to be devoted to cases with different Mineral waters will also be at tractively displayed Eleven of the most noted springs in the sfcaje have already agreed to furnish water IB bottles with especially designed labels and water to be served on tap gratis Tire water to given away will be placed in the Kentucky Building the different springs to alternate in the time of serving Former Mayor Charles P Weaver of Louisville is the chairman of the Mineral Exhibit Committee of the As soclation Professor J Norwood of Lexington Is the chief counsellor thereto and W U Gilder of Bowling Green Is the field representative Minnesota will exhibit at the Worlds Fair a series of photographs of flower vegetable gardens cultivated y of ker public schools Ja t One HlBBte One Mipate Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the mi crobe which tickles the mucous mem brane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the Inflamatlon and heals and soothes the affected parts One Min ute Cough Cure streng thens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable oases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure te pleasant to take and good alike for ybiMff old Exhibit CharacterThe Display space reservation 4e cement petrpl um mJner petroleum sunkIn Pennsylvaniathe the proportion exhibits e bar aDd aIA u IMIIL r 2 1 1 geographical anti the pupils 11E8FS NUBIA Mamma is watching her baby from the wiudow of her room and envying the nurse her strength 1 1 often happens that a woman dates a life of invalid ism from the birth of her first child In other cases she has a slow recovery which shuts her out for a long time from the family life Mothers who have used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription as a preparative for maternity ex press their amazement at the strength it gives keeping the body healthy the mind and the babys ad vent practically painless I cannot too much for Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Mrs S E Rose of Otter Co W Va I feel it duty to to all women who are suffering from on earth that can use I am the mother of five children and have been as high as eight days in the doc tors hands never less than two days at any time until the last Then I used two bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and was two hours in the of the doctor Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works won ders for weak women Dfm Pierce9 Pleasant Pellets are goalie hat effective laxative P1 r1 6C5 female troubles that medicine U sickwomen a regular cheerful FAIR NOTES Many historic structures for various purposes Louisiana State Building to be the Cabildo at New Orleans Festival Hall 200 feet high in con fer pf Cascade Gardens Palace pf Varied Industries 525 by 2Q9 feet cost i0460Q Palace of Transportation 559 by 1300 feet coat 696000 Seventyfive thousand yards of sod laid in Cascade territory Wireless telegraph station among great electrical exhibits Great Britain to reproduce the Or angery of Kensington Palace The Art Palaces central structure permanent cost 1040000 The Pike a mile long concessions costing more than 5000000 Thirtyfive miles of asphalt and gravel roadways In the grounds Inside Inn within Exposition grounds capacity of 6000 persons United States governments total appropriation 6473000 The Hermitage Andrew Jacksons Tennessee home reproduced Map of United States in growing crops covers area pf five acres Robert Burns cottage at 4yrshire to be reproduced on grounds Ninety thousand gallons of water per minute flow over cascades Palace of Mines and Metallurgy 525 by 750 feet cost 498000 Forestry Fish and Game Building 300 by 600 feet cost 171000 United States Government Building 8SQ by 800 feet cost 450000 Three great cascades largest wa erfalls ever constructed by man The Grand Trianon and Versailles gardens reproduced by France Palace of Agriculture 546 by 1660 feet 23 acres cost 529940 Main picture comprises 10 great palaces arranged in fan shape Monticeljo Thomas Jeffersons home for Virginia State Building Display of guns of all calibre used by U S army and navy Liberty Bell will be in the rotunda pf thg Pennsylvania Building Model of United States warship real guns and drills by marines Four miles of standard gauge rail road in Transportation Building Washingtons headquarters at Mor ristown for New Jersey Building Largest pipe organ ever built 145 gtpps pipes five feet in diameter General Grants cabin in county erected at J3xpositipn Hospital perfectly equipped with surgeons physicians and nurses Water in lagoon system passes through pumps every five hours Washington University Buildings cost 1000000 used by Exposition Wide waterways beautify the main picture for gondolas and small craft Californias State Building is a re plica of the old Santa Barbara Mis sion Temple of Fraternity 300 by 300 feet headquarters for fraternal or dersJerusalem the Holy City parts of which are faithfully re producedRustic house over spring 100 years water raised by oldfashioned mlllsweep Germany an4 America have petitlve exhibits of forestry each five acres In extent Twentyfive best Jersey cows In the world participate In a dairy demon stration The Creation under a dome 150 feet In diameter a feature of the Pike Germany reproduces the Castle of Charlottenburg Emperor William prepared the plans Galveston Flood a Pike feature shows the effects of the great storm and the restoration France Germany Mexico England China Japan and Brazil are each to spend over f500000 on elaborate ex hibits A potato tomato Is one of the oddities that may be seen in the Cal ifornia exhibit ait the Worlds Fair This new vegetable combines the characteristics of both vegetables ALBANY SCHOOLS AT FAIR Elaborate Educational Exhibit by New York Capital The city of Albany N Y a complete exhibit of work of feer public schools at the Worlds Jfsjr display fcag be a planned WORLDS r S Dui Important old wilt reproduced con make The jbs Ii4etas Cki W- L Cole superintendent of schools and wii be ready to be shipped to St Louis in January The exhibit will be divided into four parts First will come the written work of all grades from the elementary work to the branch taught in the High The work will be bound in volumes and about fifty books will be The second section will be a large collection of samples of draw log This exhibit will show In proper sequence the work done by all grades Including that of High school pupils Superintendent Cole believes that this diplay alone will show that edu cational work in Albany has reached the top notch of effectiveness The third section and a most inter eating one will be that of kindergar ten and manual training work As it would be practically impossible to ship the actual work of these depart ments on account of breakage tographs will be taken of tho work and displayed at the exposition Fifty photographs will be required The last exhibit will be copies the latest school reports and admin istration papers Other papers will show how Le information contained in these reports is collected Kentucky Tobacco Assigned Space at Very Entrance to Agricul tural Building The first object tq greet the eye of the visitor to the Agricultural Build Ing the largest exposition structure ever erected exclusively for one de partment will be a mammoth leaf of tqbacco typifying one of the greatest of Kentuckys products The Exhibit Association through its Tobacco Exhibit committee of which Mr Chas D Campbell of Louisville is phalrman applied for five thousand square feet in which to make a dis play of the weed and has been actual ly allotted 4616 square feet which is an entire section fiftytwo feet wide by ejghtynine feet long It at he very entrance from the north when it is Considered that the Sreat floral clock will have the place Jmrnediatel outside this entrance it must be conceded that Kentucky has been granted an extraordinary con peaslpn iu this location The blocks In the central nave of the Agricultural Building running sixteen hundred feet from north to south will contain spe clal exhibits of corn cotton and to bacco TolKentucky is therefore as signed the of introducing the to these wonderful special ex hibits The chief as indicated of he Kentucky tobacco display will be a mammoth mottled lOaf iqa e out Qf thousands of samples from every growing district In the showing in body of the leaf the burley type and in the stems the dark type This leaf will be so constructed as to enable the exhibitors to swing it midway between the floor and the open area above whence pours a flood of light On the floor of the xr hlbit will be installed In cases sarq of tobacco with the manufac school required Kent gky stands honor visitor rea tobacco State th fc multi t q Ides Druggist have not got 3r Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy ri stock we will send you tVfo bottles by ei charges prepaid tbto Bern U your for lfL ilefltloa Do Not Dose The Stcmacli Our Catarrh by Nalnre Oivii 3i ili uu Siverj ilrcuth of 1 1 j oineJ lirllifi ltei f i Neaily every one who has knows how foolish it is to try and cure it by drugging the Temporary reliel may be giyen but a cure seldom comes Lmtil recently your physician would have said the way to cure catarrh would be to have a climate but now with Hyomci you can carry a health giving cli mate in your vest pocket and by breathing it a few minutes four times a day soon cure yourself The complete Hyomei outfit costs you but 100 and consists an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The lasts a lifetime and if one bottle does not cure an extra bot tle of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents It is the mosteconouii cal of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh and is the only one that follows nature in her method of treating diseases ofthe organsR has sold a great many Hyomei outfits and the more he sells the more convinced does not cure i 1 catarrh I stomach change- of of inhaler guaranteeing 1 FLASH THENEWS across the world that it may be seen by suffering humanity the most marvelous medical the world has ever known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CAlAKUU and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes at the very root ol the driving the from aud replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not EXIST when the BLOOD is PUKE LIFE PLANT snakes it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee is NO GUIdE NO PAY SIrs Chas Spach of Firth St New Philadelphia 0 saysFor three months I had In 11 very severe form My feet were so badly swollen that tbey felt as If I were standing on needles Could wall pnly with great ailllcnlty palu The pnln was so severe as to give many sleepless hours at night Iwas a great sullerer Could llml no re lief until I took LIFE PLANT Two bottles cured me I cannot say too much for It MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O Pneumonia follows La Grippej but never follows the use of every il Lifo Plant discovery diseaseby and LA GRIPPE FOLEYS Honey and Tar Itstops the Cough and heals the lungs Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption Us G VACHEB of 157 Osgood St Chicago whites My wife had la grippe and it left her with very bad cough on hor lungs which AND TAB cured completelylOLEYS HONEY FLOUR For Congress Venrcauth irlzed to nnrarnH lion D L MOOUE of erccr County as a candidate for Congress in the Kuht District 10 succeed lionU Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo erotic party Your support la earnestly solid ted tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVID sox 8 u candidate for nomination for County Attorney subject to the action of the For Supt Public Schools Mugglo B Is a cundteate for Sops of Public Schools In Uarrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf WANTED TKtTSTWOKTIIY LADY OU GEX tleinan to manage business In this County and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and paid each Monday direct from head quarters Expense motley advanced position permanent Address Manager COo Jlonon Bldg Chicago 1FebW I i i I Democratic party Mrs Guile a expenses Trains Leave Lancaster I NoIO 514 AM FoOl iO45 A IN02 I Non 82611 Time in effect Nov 1- 6uuFor Richmond Winchester Lazing ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia mi Paris Carlisle COy lugton Cincinnati etc r III For Stanford Junction City non LouIsville Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor etc Leba Crub Orchard thIn I For IUchmond and sutermediate nta tloiis For Stanford aud way stations hrun except Sunday Above is LEAVING time 10 and 11 stop at all sta ona when nagged Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOCTJI BOUND Number 1 dally no stop Number 5 Dilly Number 9 except Sunday pmNumberNumber 6 Dally 130 pm Number 10 Daily except Sunday 6 9 am Number 4 does not stop at Danville butdoes stop at Junction City at 4 1 am KODOL digests what cat I Trains is am Number Si On pm 11 07 am 755 pm NORTH I you sos 45 tidnltl Flintii 09 BOCND J KODOL I KODOL j t KODOL cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to the organsI digestive A KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain I III KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tamed in the food they eat Bottles oafr 100 Size hoUHnr 2M time the trW slzo which sells for SOc rrtruti only iy E C VITT 4 CO CH1C19C Sold by F P Frisbie DRPIERCES GOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERY Nothing has ever equalled it can ever surpass it Dr New Discovery TIlEFOR LOODLVERLUNGS 3 For A Perfect Cure ONSITMPTION ounits and 0115 Price SOc 100 For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free I Dont Violate the Law Aud dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky a Right to Sell you Whisky AncLTou Have a Rigbt to Buy it From Us V- vREAp OUR PROPOSITION We will send you onefHil quart yearold either Rye or Bourbon Whltkey nicely packed In piajnhox 101 tvvtv quarts for for 3 25 and we will pay all expreaa charges It will east 3 cents to send us either one or two dollars and 5 cents to send us 335 via postofilco thus you get a quart of tenyear old Whisky absolutely pure for lust the same price for a bad compound called whisky which is dangerous to your health And If you buy quarts you get It at 81 cts a quart or we will send you one gallon of sixyearold whisky guaranteed absolutely pure nicely packed in plain box for 250 two gallons for 475 three gallOH8vor 7flO a four gallon 900 all express charges paid by ns to your nearest office You to have whisky in your house i yodr doctor will toll ypn that whi ky is the best and least harmful stimulant that you can use and f better than drugs Think of the bjor a sudden attack of toothache cramps colic or the lead hours of no doctor no whiskey In the house what would a fewouncos of whisky be worth to you on such an qccaslqn Fprewqrncd la forearmed In time itj peace prepare for war get some whisky tjut get good PURE whisky dont allow anyoneVo sell you a miseiable cern pound booMise cheep send us your order today N Our postlve guarantee goes with every order If you are jXpt pleased with the goods when you receive them ve will cheerfully return your money that fair We are reliable we will do just what we say Experience will give von confidence in ns Reference the Lexington City National Bank or tho Adams at Lexington Remember we pay express charges Stake remittance payable to ess The HAGIN DISTILLING CO A nice etched glass and cork free with everyordcr We ave Qr 10 for 2oE or yoU st mone order yo pay jugfor ror or night and flea i 1 Expro Co all and ao LeXIngton four quarts neuialgsain its Isi screw POTTS BROS oooo oo 000000 0000 0000000 0 000 000000 00 0 0 00 a 0 00 0000 FEED STORE and EXCHANGE anufacturersof and dealers ID High Grade Flour and Meal Gra CornSeed Grains Mixe Fertilizers Sorgh ton Seed Me try Food Boric and Amonia Potash n Crushed Oyster Shells al Field Seeds Hay Straw iiI I ham FiourSblp Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed I L Cot IAYviiki ave a isi