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THE CENTRAL RECORDFOURTBESTH TJSAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1904 r 1 Fad l t xaassii4i1t Heating Stoves C 0 S T for 15 Days Haselden Robinson Hardware Co BEAZLEY CO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture Carpets In Central Kentucky tf JJ L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office Stormes drug store v T v Prompt attention to business Remnant orate P lusting Bfwbe sold at about lfJiregular price We i ent Come llfc interested J 1 ATI f r I A 7E 4 ii l e 0p 0 Y 1- I J H H Jo 40040 c S ranr w 2- t I Y over tvptyOOq 0 0O 000044NQ 4- k Sale 1 At f4- S I am a eYtause clean eb t J Yt rf ryf SALE f night at which time the new officers will be installed Rev J A Sawyer state evangelist for the Prohibitionists addressed a large audience at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon All members of the Baptist church church are requested to be present at next Sunday mornings service as at that time a pastor will be called The Christian topics next Sunday will be What are some tests of repentance Luke 3 8 14 Ps 51 1 17 Leader W H Pope Every body invited Good Show at Stanford If you want to see a good over to Stanford this Friday evening and see the Jesse James Bandit King Co which appears at Wantons Opera House Malcom louse who conducted the barber shop under the Fox Studio has gone in with Archer the two fit ting up a fine shop in room adjoining Walkers store Henry Duncan has moved to Houses old stand Gets Good Job Mr E C Gaines has accepted a post flan with the Jos Haas Stock Food Cu and left Tuesday morning forsix week trip through Oklahoma Texas other Western states Mr Gaines is a hustler and the house did well to get him A Good Start The Book Social given at the W C T U Rest Rooms Monday evening was a most delightful affair Most of the guests took books for the public library and a good start was made to ward collecting a large list A most delightful lunch was served Moves To Stanford Mr Hughes Aldridge who has been connected with Haseldens tinshop for some years has purchased a shop in Stanford and moved his family to that hustling city Mr Aldridge is not on ly a irstcalss workman but an good citizen and business man Death of M s Farris The Lexington papers announce the death of Mrs Clark Farris which oc curred in that city last week Mr and Mrs Farris resided in Lancaster for many years and have a large number of friends here who were deeply griev ed to learn of her death She has been in poor health for several years and was a constant sufferer She was kindhearted and ever ready to do a favor for those about her Funeral services were conducted in Lexington in winch city the burial took place The bereaved husband and daughter have the deepest sympathy of many Lancaster friends The Best Bread Currey Davidson have the local a gency for the Dalicatasen Bakery of Lexington the leading bread makers The Delicatasen is managed byMr Jno G Cramer one o f Lexingtons most prominent and popular citizens The bread is pronounced by all who have used it to be the best ever sold in Lan caster The train connections are such that this bread is put into Lancaster much quicker and fresher than can be shipped In from other cities Then again it is worth a whole know that what you are eating came from an establishment which is managed by agentleman who his personal at tention to its affairs and that the rules as to cleanliness and use at only the best of materials are strictly enforced Delightful Banquet One of the most enjoyable events of the season was the dinner given by the Mayor and City Councilmen at the W C T U Rest Rooms Saturday evening The occasion was in Messrs Schefod the contractor and Steuben the gineer It was also an entertalB wii for the closer friends of the and those who have stood with secure the system of were laid for fif The tables were handsomely decorated and the rooms jitted especially for the occasion The of oyster soup celMyi or ej id ham salads sand jw fe beaten biscuits pickles f jy cake cream fruits other delicacies and raMWitials which made the best sprefv- we ever saw served in Lancas of the feast Mayor R Kinnaird filled for responses to appropriate toasts which made in a happy vein Among the speakers were Capt Herndon R H Tomlinson Eld F Tinder Mr Schefold RL Davidson J Mort Rothwell G B Swinefroae and llev C M Chumoly Many boquets were tossed at the Councilmen all however being richly deserved The Record and Its editor came in for several goodnatured jollies which were duly appreciated by the qulll driver who his manners and continued to eat through the entire program The evening was a most delightful one and those who partook of the city hospitality the ever ready to back up The Records that Lanragter has the best CltyjCouncll in the state of Ken lnt fBorder Is in order whet a v IWOIMB has the floor i f I r 1 e f r i r J r Endeavor l l t f I t ands i f lot to water I shoulder to shoulder the water arks Covers 8teDJtconsIU ed tf qAlter an hour spent enjoy i Win 2 j e t r tjf j J Interest fort show drive fir exceptionally hives hoof city Bob e In arts I catsup aiaerous t s In were dads were mo 2 assertion al ky w 0 0 t J f I WATER WORKS COMPLETE Contract Carried Out and LancasterNow Up With the Procession Happy For the Town The announcement that Lancaster has thee best and most complete of water works all complete and in working order is news that The Record has been longing to give its readers ever since the present editor mounted the tripod nearly nine years ago As stated in last issue the firE plugs were tested and found to be not only according to contract but in far better working order than the most sanglne hoped for Since that time the pressure has been put to the test The contract calls for 150 pounds This was put on Friday and allowed to for twentyfour hours There was absolutely nothing faulty from the start save the breaking of one pipe which had been cracked in The fire hose borrowed from Stanford was not tested to full as it was feared the hose would not stand the pressure but when we state that a stream was thrown over The Record offlcea three story build Ing and also up to the cock dial on court house cupola it shows that we then had much better fire protection than the town would likely ever need As The Record has been urging the putting in of the plant for many years and has had so much to say in favor thereof we will now take up some in discription of the plant which pronounced by all who know about water works to be the best they have seen As our people know the present Board Councilmen were elected as a water works board As soon as they went to work in a sys tematic manner to find the best plan and found it would cost at least 840 000 As this was more indebtedness than the town could assume they looked further and upon of the Louisville water works and city officials in places they got in correspondence with Mr Frank Schefold of New Ind He came here and after consultation was employed to make the plans drawings and estimates His figures putting the matter in so much more reasonable shape he was given the work After his plans and specifications were submitted the Council sent a committee to Ind and other cities to in vestigate and report They returned as stated in The Record at the time and advised that Mr Schefolds prop be accepted It was and if you doubt the wisdom of the Councils move we ask you to investigate the Lancaster plant and your doubt will be quickly removed The Council then advertised for bids and found Mr Schefolds bid to be about 6000 less than that of any other bid he agreeing to put in the pipes construct the lake furnish two engines and two boilers make the filter plant a system of aeration and all for the sum of 24000 The work was immediately commenced and has been completed in 6 months time the dry weather retarding it materially The dam is 25 feet high and 650 ft long It has a drainage from one square mile area This water runs off bluegrass lands which have never been cultivated and never will only one foot of rain this will give 200000000 gallons of water so there is no doubt as to an ever ready supply As it is the reservoir holds 20000000 gallons but the dam is so constructed that at a trifling expense it can be made to hold double that quantity The outlet fro Vtb like so arranged that tl whir CM Ibe the best of tHSes From it passes overjjafiepcrfpnited pan coming down a hard rain thus taking araonia or filter basin feet of sand and iMli result already shows the ar by the taste of the leered water That in the lake yellow Awhile that in theclear water is as pure as it is poasible for drinking water to be From there it is forced by two pumps of one million gallons capacity operated by two 75 horse power boilers and a pipe sys tern of 18000 feet and 40 covering the town that with the plugs as located and the hose purchased no house is outside the fire protection As each boiler and pump is of sufficient capacity to operate the plant onlypne iskept in operation the other being kept for emergency It will cost for coal about 300 a year Engineers will cost not over 60 a mouth there being a day and a night man A manager will be appointed but the salary will not be large there being little work to do as yet An average pressure of fifty pounds will be carried in town A telephone with a special alarm hasbeen put in and in engineer is tifiea In two minutes time the pres sure is increased to 100 pounds or more it necessary We stated In the beginning of this article tnatLancaster has the best system jn the state and if any one doubts 1 1 we ask them to investigat e entire matter beginning to completion To present Council is thanks for this the best improvement town ever had or ever will and tte people certainly owe them a gratitude The Mr Harry SteubeOj an expert engineer of 7 J Day system capac- Ity anything organized recommendation prominent Albany Bloom- Ington lion Including filtration very be- Taking aUI which gra Is fireplugs he n duet tit tot t remain shipping ace cials taken ttom Jap Uus 11riD water atall out he four access rumple elyso case oI fire the the the haver Council employed 4c v o Louisville to represent the city and see that the plant was put in to contract That he has perform ed his duty faithfully and efficiently all readily agree It has never been our pleasure to meet two more agree able gentlemen than are Messrs Scbef old and Steuben and their stay in our city has been enjoyable to the many friends they have made here They are strictly business but always found time fora pleasant chat and they carry with them the best wishes of our people LOST Between town and my home pocket book containing money and papers Reward for return to Arnold tf While leaving the City Council Saturday night Mr J M Logan fell on the pavement badly spraining an ankle He has been on crutches for several days and suffering much pain Services Tar Week of Prayer Thursday evening 7 oclock at the Methodist church Friday evening 7 oclock at Christian church Sunday evening 7 oclock Presbyterian church The services have been wellattended and the people should let nothing with their being present at the remaining meetings The City Council The City Council was duly sworn in Monday night and proceeded at once to organize G B Swlnebroad was made attorney W B Keg Mason clerk S B Rothwell chief of police Robt Embry treasurer M D tfughes assessor and Dennis Foley keeper of work house Settlement was made with the water works contractors and a batch of odds and ends disposed of Judge Robinson Declncs The many friends and admirers of Judge Joe Robinson were greatly when he declined to qualify as City Councilman Other business prevents his serving and he prefers to get out of the harness The Record regrets this move as it is just such level headed consistent business men as Judge Rubinson that are needed on the board lie is a man who is in every move for the of Lancasters business and moral standing and his decision to retire is greatly regretted The elected Mr Alex Beazley to serve in Judge Robinsons place and the selection is a wise one Rev Holton Dead News of the death of Rev Holton O Frank cast a deep gloom over the host of friends the noble young man had in Lancaster his old home He passed away at St Josephs Hospital in Lexington Friday afternoon at 315 oclock Mr Frank suffered an al the tooth last summer The tooth was extracted not afford him any relief The abscess grew in size until his whole system was satu ated with septic poison He was tak en to St Josepns Hospital and under went several operations which failed however to afford him any relief He was a son of the late Joseph C Frank pastor of the local Christian church forseveral years He was born in Flem ingsburg in 1880 and graduated with high honors from the Lexington of the Bible He is survived by two brothers Ashbrcok Frank of Lex ington and the Rev Graham Frank of Liberty Mo both of whom were present at his bedside when the end came and sisters Misses Lyda and Mary Hughes Frank who have been at Liberty for some time Fun eral services were conducted in Lex ington by Rev J W McGarvey and Mark Collis the remains being taken to Flemingsburg for burial The death of this noble young man is indeed a one Having worked faithfully to equip himself for the ministry he had won many friends and admires who realized hIS bright future They Earn Good Pay It there is a person in America who good pay it is the school teacher Everybody admits that the teachers profession is most important Everybody admits that education is the greatest need of the world today Low salaries are justified or rather defended not on the ground that the quality of work required of teachers is not important but simply because good teachers be secued at the present remuneration Why pay more than have to This theory is wrong both theory and in its practice The best teachers and we all want be secured for the salaries offered in many places in the This holds true from the state universities down to the dis friars schools Let us be absolutely honest in the matter Is it not so that hundreds of young men and women go into the teaching business as a stepping stone to something better better financial way This particularly so of men A man who steps in the school room is actual ly looked upon with a certain degree of pity hy who are in and other professlonal pursuits Why Because as a rule his away there and there is little In way of a nest egg for him at end We must have teachers as women teacher The profei stba should tie so well paid that ooa wrald go iato it gladly aad stays with it gladly Taefe ara things that even in tbU commercial age I meaeared in dollars aod etats tb proper education of tfit cii onbe UUtao of Mw Clayton banquet Interfere disappointed betterment Council scess of butdid college two Mo sad we bestcannot the I one caB according enthusiastic Frank deserves can ass the state niece Ins these commercial bewears life the men well per note and tdo iqwb at R Business and Bargains Closing out all our Xmas goods cheap er call early Thompson the Jeweler secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit patronageJ For Rent Eason property opposite Baptist church Possessson Jan 1st M D Hughes Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 10 30tf Potts Bros The best place in town to buy coal cheap for cash Prompt attention guaranteed J Adams Leavel 12183t Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 1 8tf Sterling silver spoons forks and fan cy pieces New and complete line All goods put in nice satin lined boxes and engraved free tf the Jeweler Teachers Honey Ready The teachers money will be ready Saturday January 9 and Mrs Walker asks The Record to request the teach ers to be on hand promptly All parties going to Indian or Okla Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information soviet them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tt Plumbing Work water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of everal years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cleve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14 tf Cut Flowers We represent several leading flower dealers and if you give us your orders you are certain to get what you want and have the flowers on time We guarantee satisfaction and most prompt service J C Thompson tf Special Notice Ihave moved my shop to rooms un der the Fox will be glad to see our friends and customers attention good razors and years of expeiience fit us to do the best work Call on the old reliable Barber tf Henry Duncan Ihave flor- Ist Thompson horn a Asthe Studlowhere Polite your Every customer purchasing 1500 worth of goods for cash will receive 50 cents worth of any goods in the house tree Thompson the Jeweler I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Coal Coal If you want coal and good coal call on J Adams Leavel at Leavels old stand Rock bottom prices for the cash 12183t Help Wanted White girl to cook for small family Good home anJ light work G B Swlnebroad tf Your account is due and we need the money All accounts not paid be Pure Jan 10th will add 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 s o c Have started my mill and will have on band a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley at old stand carry an immense t ck of coal on band at all times handle nothing but the best flbeir prices are correct Ring up So 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 Room 406 KyTitle Building Lou isville Ky that will be paid W 0 tf Clearance Sale of Fine Box Paper We have a number of boxes of paper where the only Is slightly soiled the perfect conditien that limited time only at actual cost Conn and get your choice J Frisuies Drug Store tf Special Announcement Beginning Jan 1st we offer for cash only our entire stock of dry goods hats caps shoes clothing notionsand queensware When we say cost it will 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 A dissolution of the firm causes us to take this method in clos out the stock Powell Co 4t At Cost Lumber Ba tons ey a National Anyone e x pap f In we will sell ora arly I C D Bradley exchange Indies NccdNoSupportcrs Also full line of lack Cat Some special values in Ljadies Init Skirts We have a few bodies Fine Cloaks Reduced from 1250 to 750 fcOG A N Dry Goods Co FOR f f tBo9s Girls I i I r Stockings i l I I t t t t The t I I I T f f r o I I Iy dccoufit is due 1st and w I o oU to Call and 1 III H rl I eeS C 1 W Ji h J i tWs AaWtW 0r January n expect j Tbogan- r l 60r 5 Try ar S The r 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 carry over anything and to clean up the different lines will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices We never advertise fake sales to draw people to our house but make friends by telling cold facts and giving the trade honest goods at reasonable prices This is not a Cost sale but the goods are to go- At Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED S t ti Q oo o Q J IIIIIII I III U lll I II III Ii I I1K 3 Jj Your Own Price It I It I I It III IIII I I tiv y t Get in Habit H y s wswAwJA PaeemoBla and LaGrlppe Coughs cured quickly by Foleys Honey and Tar Refuse substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m Only a fool girl would elope with a baseball player who isnt a good catch Cblldrea FoUoaed Many children are poisoned and made nervous and weak if not killed put right by mothers giving them cough syrups containing opiates Foleys Hon 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 What children need Is models and fewer critics Everything is In the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases Salve has no equal This has given rise to nu merous worthless counterfeits Ask Ignorance Is far less odious than false affections A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although ev ery Joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bella Iwas weak and pale without any and all run down As I was a bout to give up Igot a bottle of and after taking it I felt well as I ever did In my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaran teed by Price 50 cents t 1m n la A Name DeWitts byFlit mvalocomotl appetite Electr- Ic Hitters What firemanBurlingtonla STONE J H Raney is on the sick list JM Sanders visited in Jessamine last week Miss Lyda Raney of her grand father J H Raney Miss Lucy B Dean of Pink is guest of Miss Zenith Jennings Ed Naylor and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound boy Misses Cora Snyder Asku Hunter of McCreary visited Mrs Joe Hicks last week Robert and T Whitaker visited uncle Bale Montgomery at Lock No 8 last weak Mrs Emma Manford of Sollowfield is at the bed side of her mother Mrs James Littrell who continues very lowAbout 30 of J W Sanders friends stormed him last Thursday A dinner was prepared all a fine time If you want a good dinner and fine time just W anp you will get it A Life At Slake If you but knew the splendid merit of Foleys Honey and Tar you would never be without It A dose or two will prevent an attack of pneumonia or la grippe It may save your life C C J E Stormes is almost as risky to praise a wo mans husband to her face as It is to criticise him A Pocket Beeler Never in the way no trouble car easy to take pleasant and never failing In results are DeWitts Little Early Risers A vial of these little in pocket is a certain against headache ness torpid liver and all of the ills from constipation They ton ic and strengthen the liver Sold by im Judsons with bountiful reported go to J III theoVeat resulting F t l- It Test to- ry guarantee bull P Friable m ons 1 Removal Sale r w Wehave on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to boxing and hauling will close them out at prices that will you to call at Several new designs for OWiMr c Ii I save pay once Also get S1 delivery Ia Ii ountl 81blll Works t i Yi c j ii iiF i i Markers inthis lot These stones must be sold by Jan 1st cau and our prices for i array AMST ORD ST LANCASTEY bs3f- s r LOUIS LANDRAM IMmd at the float Owe in Laneatter JCy at SecondClass Matter Lancaster Ky January 8 f9 Xf There has not been a strike in for two days The average is not so brave that he would not rather meet with a blind tiger than with one that see The daughter of a Milwaukee fisher man Is going to marry a New York millionaire She certainly made a good catch A St Louis preacher says that Sa tans headquarters are in St Louis Goodness the branch agencies that old fellow has The Russian government has placed a ruth order for provisions with South Omaha packers Now let the boost in the price of our steaks and roasts Report has it that a minis ter has asked his district stewards to reduce his salary All believing this report will please make it known by standing on their heads New York is to have a forty story building Tickets entitling the to ride in the elevators will be sold on the oneway and basis with stopover privileges George Goulds little son got a 500 train Christmas present but the little ragged fellow who found a ten cent tin horn in his sock had lots the most fun with what Old Santa left him Hon John D White will it is said contest Mr Hunters seat in Congress If Hon John D will agree to sit down and stay there and keep quiet the people will furnish him a seat he suggests Sir William Ramsey an English chemist has discovered radium gas escaping from a pocket flask If Sir William will look a little closer he will discover worse than that in the article sold today A Vermont farmer has been killed from ambush by a neighbor If the papers up there mentioned the fact at all they doubtless added that the was either a Kentuckian or his ancestors came from the Blue Grass state Now if some one will waylay and shoot a few editors up in that forsaken spot who are continually throwing slurs at Kentucky we will rejoice and be exceedingly glad Many of the newspaper boys issued splendid special editions last week and the work reflected the greatest credit upon the hustling editors We have never noticed so great in Kentucky papers as has been made during the past year Better- e quality of material is used more care is given to displaying the ads and the reading matter is of the highest type It used to be that any fellow could run a newspaper but that time has passed and if the editor is not a gentleman in every sense of the word- r the public soon freezes him out At the meeting in Louisville last month there were about fifty editors present and notwithstanding the many offers from outsiders to have something not a one took a drink When you consider the great number of men who take a nip when away from home this speaks volumes for the press boys Another matter which to prove the high standard of the Kentucky press is the absolute absence of that old time mudslinging at opponents and petty quarrels among the pencil pushers We havent an exchange which can not be taken to the fireside there being absolutely nothing in any of them that would shock the most fastidious reader We believe the Kentucky press as a whole surpasses that of state in the Union BUCKEYE DrBay is still very sick at this writ Mrs Wilson Wade is very sick and there is little chance for Mrs Robt Long who has been quite 111 Is convalescent at this writing Mrs Herod Raysold a bunch of sboats at per hundred and some fat hogs at 440 Mr Will Carters little babydied Sunday and was burled Mon day at Buckeye W MTotten and LB Ray were ed to Stanford last Tuesday by the death of Mrs Jas resident of that city LOWELL visited her last week Sam Henderson has about ed house and move In a few daysMrs Henderson entertained a number of In honor of the Hen dersonGastineau wedding Mrs L entertained large friends and relatives Sun day An elegant dinner was served JG Henderson Miss Annie Gas werJBarrted last week Galnes Is the Mrs Belle He JCI t1 QI Mall new Chicago J man can holder probably round- trip asa anywhere farmer Improvement 1375 y i1 U i1 EdNewland and U i1 pet U I I ender U U tin i1 R tl 1 i U t tJ fJirf V QrTRAL come i goes any recovery year wife mother tom his new Bell friends number of I and younger son of Harvey ge twwiet e- py 1 S eol iali w- w f yi d old all d ter Miss Jennio Burnsldo lies returned to Millersburg College John Boner of Mt Sterling was here during the holidays Messrs Ruble and Ison sold 150 sheep to H A Sweeney for 550 Miss Wadelee Maret is the guest of Miss Minster Jeffersontown Mrs Hannah Sweeney of Jefferson is the guest of friends Miss Mittie Dunn will leave in a few days to visit friends in London Miss Hattie Jennings of Danville visited Mrs Sam Haselden last week Mrs B F Patton has just returned from an extended visit to relatives in TexasProf Milton Elliott of Lexington visited his brother Dr Elliott during Dr Elliott has moved to his farm and Mr Glass into the house vacated byDr Elliott Miss Mattie Mae Jennings who has been very ill for several days is better at this writing Miss Annie HIgginbotham has to CampbellHagerman Col lege Lexington Miss Mamie Ballard entertained ve ry elegantly Tuesday at a six oclock dinner Covers were laid for 16 Miss Ballard proved a charming hostess The exercises at the Methodist church were conducted Sunday night by the pastor Rev W D Wilburn who has just returned from a trip to A beautifully appointed wedding was that of Miss Winnie Ison and Mr John Davis which took place Wednes day morning Dec 30th at 11 oclock in the Methodist church Rev Stat tan of Nicholas rille was the officia ting minister was hand somely decorated the pulpit being filled with palms and ferns the color scheme of white and green being out in all the decoration The ushers were Messrs Will Marksbury and John Boner of Mt Sterling The attendants Miss Mayme Ballard and Tom Chesnut The bride wore a suit and immediately after the ceremony they left for the grooms PREACHERSYILLE John Rigsbys children hav chicken poxFaulkner Kennedy is able to be out again We are having some real winter weather Ira Holtzclaw has returned at Stanford Elmore and Sowder bought 10 hogs from Mr Davis J L Anderson bought 10 heifers from James Roberts for 2ic Frank Gross has moved to the Hut chin Bros property at this place Menifee Elmore has moved to his mothers place near Walnnt Flat Miss Kate Payne has been visiting her brother J F Payne for a few days Miss Carrie Thompson and Brother Prewitt were visiting at Stanford Misses Lucy Miller and Buelah were visiting Mrs Relas Dunn last week Mr and Mrs G A Brown were their mother Mrs Victoria last week QJohnCress bought 40 hogs in Rock castle county last week for 3ic and sold same to J J Thompson for 3ic The Masonic brethren meet now at 10 a m on the first Saturday and the Maccabee brethren at 2 p same day at the same hall The Methodist church has bought organ and the Baptist will buy one soon and as we have a fine organ 1st we are expecting to come to the front in the way of music Mr Trimbles Tobacco Bill Farmers Producers and Consumers of Burley Tobacco in Garrard county- I have offered the following bill in Congress for the Relief of the Farmers and Tobacco Growers of the United StatesBe enacted by the Senate and the House of of the Uni ted States of America in Congress As sembled That farmers and growers of tobacco shall hereafter have the right to sell tobacco In the raw or un adulterated of their own growth in any quantity either in the leaf twist or such other form as they may wish free any tax or charge or being in any manner subject to any ry regulation on the part of the of the United States All statutes in conflict herewith here Its passage will prevent the ry fixing of the of raw leaf or the manufactured product It will be an equitable automatic governor of prices protecting both producer and consumer and injury to the manufacturer who is satisfied with a legitimate profit on the capi tal This bill has been endorsed by the White Burley Tobacco Grower ot Kentucky the only of Tobacco Growers the United States Every mem her of the Kentucky Delegation In Congress is enthusiastically supporting it but there is no influence so potent before Congreas as adirect the people Iwant one hundred thousand citizens to Congress Member urging tbep 8Bajje f this bill Blank ntehed upon application B08tWB rjttf vllle Ind the holidays Flor- Ida Thechurch carried traveling home to school Friday Jordan visitI- ng Anderson m the anew Representatives Government are no organization Ufh Ope tloB I7 X t1 Il t 1 y t f v wJi i ji hib1 I1 rIr returned 45 for 4 45 Abut from stain by repealed orbit price Association petition from petition their petitions will Your tyco dig sired a Ttlat y ra fur bsar deg ieh s Joe Arnold and family have moved LancasterRobt sold to Jean Berkele of BryantSAille two calves for 25 Jas Sutton is moving to the farm he recently rented of M G Aldridge James Royston bought of Clinton Moore a pair of work mules for 250 Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead has been the guest of Mrs Richard Mc GrathVictor Lear bought a bunch of shoats from Geo Higginbotham at 3Jc poundW and sons sold their crop of tobacco to Harrodsburg at 8c per lb M F Rout and wife entertained friends last Thursday at an ele gant dinner Rev W M Stallings spent last week with friends and relatives near Spring field Washington county Little Misses Katharine Burdettgave a toady pulling to a few friends Thursday afternoon N H Bogie and wife were entertain ed in Paris and Lexington last week They attended the marriage of Wm Hicks Dec 30 A number of dinings were given in this community during the holidays A royal good time was reported by those attending Miss Mary Chesnut returned to Georgetown College Tuesday after spending the holidays with her par ents T D Chesnut and wife The 27 acre farm of Miss Ruth Ald ridge and sister decaased was sold court day It was bought by Miss Rose Aldridge for 51 per acre Rev Chas Ware of the College of the Bible Lexington was entertained from Saturday until Monday by Miss Mary Chesnut Rev Ware delivered a sermon at the Fork church Sunday evening millionaire Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the millionaire is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of great wealeh But millionaires are not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is 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 Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect diges tion It tones and vitalizes the en tire system and makes life worth liv ing no matterwhat your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c 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 with success all curable diseases tf Cot Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will pay charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25 tf Dentists ONce over Thomp pas store Danville at Election Noticed There will be an election held by the stocc tolders of the National Bank of Lancaster Ky it its bank building between thehours of 10 a ai and 3 p m on Tuesday January 12 1901 to five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 3 1903 BC DENNY Cashier Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of Citizens National Bank at their office Tuesday January 12th 1901 for the purpose of electing five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 4th 1903 B F Cashier The Markets LOUISVILLE KY JAN 6 4 P V CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 25 4 50 Medium to good shipping steers 4 00 4 25 Choice butcher steers 3 50 3 90 Medium to good butchers 3 00 3 60 to medium butchers 2 5 2 75 Good to 3 40 3 75 Common to medium feeders 2 233 00 Good to extra stock steers 300 3 30 to medium stock steers 2 25 3 00 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 2 85 to medium stock 2 a5 2 50 Plain light mixed stockers i 75 2 25 Medium to good bulls 2 SO Choice veal calves 550 S 75 Common to medium 60 4 HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 toSWlbs 600 Medium packers 160 to 900 IDS 500 Choice light ship 120 to Ibs 4 80 Choke to laeibs 460 4 60 ISO to 560 vw extra shipping sheep 3 0 3 500 0 t Q IJIl U tr I parties several Elgie and t overfed over o 1 w S G FARIS tFaris t The HUDsoN Common 290 calveS aDd Good pIgS 5to90lb 4 HEEl DL i like BEAZLEv C aeazley N elect choice feeders Common heifers iso pigs 90 lbs s5 food s 5utp so0 Cenmea to eediaerc 9 00 j9 50- ac j Ii8Q Y a 75 Beat MkeMr lambs b 5 ceiaeasawed iaela 4 f 4- 5 55 i JPi I X tit l rr We carry Moulding and frame Neatly and promptly Drug h in stock Pictures 4 Try f- iM6Roberts toro R RepreseiitliFoltoins Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Fkenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile AelnaLifeInsCo9fHartforuConi KINNAIRDINSURANCE 1 POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lauds 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 Grand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAndersonil A Beazley Milt Ward Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear GulleyMrsMrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton nemphill C Hemphill Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell prosecute I Walden- J j1 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO A R DENNY President SURPLUS 10000 g JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 0 DIRECTORS j Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno R Stormes W II Kinnaird d I493 o O o 2 i2 C 2 O O0000000000000000000000000000000000000 0- o o 80 2 0 A 2 8 040404000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOd ENDS SPENCER Present sun Expert Accountant I Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION SIXTH AND SLAIN STREETS union Rational Cant Building LOUISVILLE KY Business College EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT MANAG RSCN4GTNANRiS 1 If you love your wife buy her a Jewel Range i T B WftLKERA SON OUR LINE OF MILLINERY GOO is always complete We always hav in stock all the NOVELTIES and NOTIONS Prices the lowest SALLIES t 1 a 0 r TILLT- tt EItW W fWI1JIV MVf1 K f r03Tb6 DEATINfi STOVES i rt 1 t t 4440Q640040004000044000000400- a t L A 3 o O E o S 4000 0Po 0Ro C Bo o 0 BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS LAPROBES That are big enough LAPROBES That will keep you warm LAPROBES That you can afford C k p B E S R O Cutlery11 1 I PocketKnives Carving Sets Razors Scissors WOVEN WIRE FENCE v A Climatic Cures The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Ger man Svruo 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 Sd dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thous ands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c druggists Feb 04 The peekaboo waist will soon give way to the behold opera gown The less a wife tries to manage hlm the better she will manage to get along with the household freight pay Cured After Suftcrlns 10 Year B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia lie spent of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any 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 paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspep Cure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I have been in years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintaucessuffering from stom Vch trouble Sold by F P Frisbie 1m t- aU low and r hundreds permanent i I German A N F I M jli slit Jut One Minute One Minute Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the mi crobe which tickles the mucous causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the intlimation and heals and soothes the affected parts One ute Cough Cure strengthens the wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable oases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Time Has Arrived George W Young of Ky In a speech before the National AntiSaloon League in D C declared that the ment was making rapid progress in Kentucky lie said saloons were stamped out gradually and that the time had come in that State when it was actually believed that a had as much sense sober as he had when he was drunk Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbittof Bar gerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skilful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption tuned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its con tinued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world throat and lung troubles Guaran teed Bottles 50c and 81 00 Trial bot ties free at McRoberts drugstore 1m Some live men remind us of dead ones who forgot to buried Stop It A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold CO J 1m P le or Cough membrane be- Ing man Honey E Stormes Mi lun M1 Washington anti saloon mo fall S get LowneyCandies Fruits Nutsiv Biggest and Best line of Candies ever brought to Lancaster Prices Right 4 Lr f S0NOU c k r 3- rt r r r ftf y w1 asa Gossip About NeNeve A Brief MentioiTof the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Art In L Elkin has visiting rel atives in Atlanta Dr Gilbert has gone to Shelbyville to visit his home folks Miss Katie Simpson entertained a few friends at tea Thursday evening Miss Francis Peoples of Ashland is the guest of Misses Martha and Helen Gill Mr Marshall of Virginia has been visiting his cousin Dr W Grant and familyMiss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to Miss Van Greenleaf of RichmondMrs Gaines of Danville been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Theo Currey Misses Faris of Kirksville are visit to their Dr Chris Faris Carlton Elkin who is attending school at Versailles was at home dur ing the holidays Miss Minnie Walter of Lincoln has been visiting her brother Sam Wal ter in this city Mrs Dudderar aud Miss Polly Tray lor of Lincoln have been visiting Miss Katie Simpson Mr John Slier and family have from Springfield and moved into the Aldridge property Mrs Mollie Borders of Crab was in town Saturday looking her residence property Bronaugh of Crab Orchard and Miss Williams of London were guests of Miss Annie Austin Mrs Lewis Walker was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs McDowell of Pass Christian Mississippi Maggie Sacray who has been her sister Mrs Douglas Mer ritt has returned to her home in villeMr Hackney and Miss Hackney of London and Miss Stella Brown of Danville have been visiting Mrs R G WardMiss Gussie Kennedy who spent the holidays with her sister Mrs Banks Hudson returned to her home in Lex ington Friday The Record extends congratulations to Bro Tom Pickles editor of Register who was married in Denver last week to Miss Mary Miss Browning Yeiser of Danville and Miss Annie Prancisof Paint Lick have been guests of Mrs J S Robinson Danville avenue Ills many friends will be gted to hear of W Youngs recovery from a severespell of illness Mr insa Miss Elizabeth Ilettermann and Mr Burt A Spencer of Louisville are to be married Januajy 12 Father Schu mann will officiate Mr Spencer was a resident here for several years and his many Lancaster friends extend congratulations Mrs Tom Miller and family left Tuesday for California where they will make their future home Every one regrets seeing this good family leave as they have many friends and relatives here who will miss them One of the pleasant social affairs of the past week was the pa ty given by Miss Norma Saturday eve ning The rooms and hall were decorated for the occasion and an elegant lunch served entertained in a pleasing manner Having disposed of her stock of mil liners Miss Lilly Noel left Monday Danville where she will make her home Miss Noel has been in busi ness here for some time and by keep Ing the best goods and fair dealing made many friends who regret her A pleastnt affair was Miss Peoples by Misses Martha and Helen Gill Thursday evening The decon Mons of holly and crimson were quite beautiful A delicious collation was served Misses and Helen understood the art of entertaining their guests and are quite popular in society It was altogether a deligbt ful evening After spending tle holidays with his parents in this city Charley Zlm mer returned Saturday to Cincinna ti to resume his studies in the Cinch nail College studied faithfully and the head of his classes The Cincinnati Dental College is of the best in this country and when Charley his sheep skin he will be thor oughly equipped to the practice profession The first party of the New Year was leap rearentertainment for which the girls have preparing for sev eral weeks at the Rest Rooms The popular and attractive hostesses were Misses Herndon Lena Rigney Lee Denny Ethel West and Francis Kanffman The charming were garlanded with holly and ninny flowers hostesses ex quisitely gowned and were aided by their escorts The girls doing the manact ent ertainment an added charm Delightful served It was a large af quite fifty guests being present W y a r n been J has expected for a brother I returned after aMissa a aMiss Dana I Richmond M r G Elmore beautifully Miss Elmore Infor departure Mr Zimmer has standsat I one receives his je t p Orchard Evans tendered Martha Dental enter or the been Annie Katie rooms The were gave refreshments were fair N T Pupa of rbnurvllla IB via ting her dauiihtur Mrs W II yralth- Mr J H White and bride of Go visited at Capt Dotys last week DrSP Grant of Danville was the guest of his brother W Grant Sun day Dr H CPope returned to Louisville Tuesday after a visit to brother J W Marshall son of Congressman Marshall of Newcastle Va has been the guest of his uncle Dr J W Grant Mrs Eisener and baby left for their home in Charleston She was accompaned by her sister Miss Annie Miller Miss Frankeye Doty has returned home from Lincoln Co where she has been spending the holidays with her sister J H White Mr and Mrs J S Bowman after a pleasant visit to parents Mr and Mrs W Anderson have returned to their home in Flemingsburg Mr Will Noel formerly of this city bas been dangerously ill at his home in Danville but we are glad to note is ImprovingMr Pope of Barbourville who has been visiting his sister Mrs W H Smith left Monday night for Louis vine to attend the Hospital College of MedicineMrs Ford and little daughter Elizabeth left Tuesday for Forth Worth Texas where they will spend the winter Mrs Ford has been sick since fall and goes hoping that cli mate will improve her health Mr and Mrs Squire Jas Bourne about fifty of their young friends at their home on new Dan ville road Thursday evening A bountiful supper was served and a most enjoyable evening spent of the Records most efficient and faithful employees Miss Carrie Hatcher is confined to her bed by a deep cold bordering on pneumonia She contracted the cold while in Stan ford last week but to the ounce forced to quit work that At this writing in dications are good speedy recov ery PAINT LICK Willis Adams had a fine mare to die Sunday night Born to the wife of MrWill 24th a fine girl Ike Arnold has sold his livery busi ness to Guy Rice Oscar llammack is able to be out af brief illness Lena little daughter of A has been quite sick Mrs Fannie Kochler has gone to Tex as to spend the winter Miss Maud Yeiserof Danville is the guest of the M isses Francis Mr and Mrs Jack Adams of your city spent Sunday with relatives here Dr J G Bosley has moved to Paint Lick and taken rooms over the Bank Mrs Jas Leavell of Bryantsville vis ited relatives here Friday andSatrday Miss Martha Makely of Washington City is the guest of the Misses Lear Mr Jtio Smith and family left Tues day for Indian Territory to make that their future home Henry Riddleburgerof Virginia has accepted a position with Burnam Rucker for the year Buford Ely has moved into his new house and Willis Adams has moved to house vacated by Ely Mr and Claud Kemper of Owen were the guests of bis brother Mr G W Kemper during the holidays Mrs Margaret will leave this week to spend the winter with her McKennyin Lebanon suffering untold agony for the post three weeks from a felon on our ringer we are glad to state that by the aid of a good physician and the very best attention we able to scribble the news again Mr Joe McCormack a prosperous far of Manse and Miss Annie the ac complished daughter of J II Burke of this place were quietly married on the 29th and left for a visit to Cin cinnati and other points Their many friends wish them a long life of happi IDENTIFIED BY HIS DOG onerOrder Clerk In rot Officer OP Seeing Owner on Bank clerks naturally and neces tardy require satisfactory identifica lion of persons who ask to have chocks cashed The same rule is lot lowed in the post office by clerks who orders but what the nature of identification shall be and by whom is a matter which rests to some extent in the discre tion of the clerk The Boston Her ald tells a story in which a thug bore witness to his masters identity A Boston business called nt the postal order department thin oili er day to got an order cashed but theclerk in only re Gently boon appointed TIe said the caller would have to be bc fore payment could be matle WIly T have hail hundreds of orr ders cashed here he replied with a show of impatience Isnt there here who knows meT Im the only one on duty just The are to the clerk Will take the inscription o TO J dogs collar as sujfllcierifc WcntiRr cation 4 Yes titan will be aoeepf able The whistles for his terrier and taking him in boost ed him tip to the The sleek read the and collar the rl c r i lIra DrJ MrJ DPope Saturday Mrs One fora ter a B EitrldKe lrs Argo ufeceblrs Sallie A fter re ness i R 1 ti Yr tie e T ee j yr Lincoln his her entertained came afternoon Fish on S uses Name Dos collar cash money the man attendance had identified some one now others amt lunebeon said yon wns asked man window name tie and paid order a Land Stock Crops Oolllns sold to Wm 7 feeding cattle averaging 1000 pounds at 3ic Chas E Butler sold to EM Thomason of Mlllersburg 7 Poland China for 880 ParisNews To increase the egg producing of a flock of hens requires se culling of the hens and proper selection of the male as he is sire of all the chickens hatched Mrs Robt A Philips of the Goshen community sold last week 76 turkeys of her own raising for which she re ceived 125 88 These turkeys averag ed right at 15 pounds and the price paid was 12c One of them weighed 40 pounds and brought her 4 80 An derson News At Cynthiana Clarence Lebrus sold to Simon WIehl 75 head of export cat tie averaging about 1400 pounds at 440 per hundred A dairyman who does pot take pains to breed to a bull from a good butter cow need not expect to have heifers that turn out to be heavy producers E J Duncan sold to John Steele head of cattle that averaged 1336 pounds at 3 65 and four head that weighed 1215 pounds 3ic Jessamine JournalGood crops of tobacco are bringing 10 and il cents per pound in Harrison Most of the growers seem to be hold InK their crops on contracts with the Growers Association which it is claim ed will take all crops contracted for John T Hughes of Fayette county sold to Mr Taylor of Dallas Texas a pair of handsome black horses by Rex McDonald for 1750 Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky Lost 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 Harrodsburg 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 office Estrayod Pale red steer with horns weight about 905 pounds Left my farm at Paint Lick 1st Informa tion thankfully received and reward for return Ernest Woods Paint Lick Ky j 1 tf QUARTERLY REPORT AT TilE CLOSE or BUSINESS December 31St 1903 RESOUKCKS Loans and Discounts cured usecured Duelrom Nntioaul buuku SC Due Stuie Bttuks aud Bankers 14 Due fromTrustCoinpauiea Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Moms grs US Bonds Other Stocks and pecie 8 Currency CS Exchange for Clearings Items as cash Furniture and Futures Fund to pay Taxes Cur ent expenses last quarter LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in 1600000 00UndividedOueDeposltorsas follows viz Deposits subject to check interest is not paid 115044 03 Deposits subject to check ou interest is paid of deposits on which is rime certificates of de posits on which in terest is Savings deposits ou paid Certified Checks 11504403 Due National Banks Un State Batiks and Bankers Trust Companies Castileis out standing rediscounted Unpaid dividend Taxes due aud Capital block out paid SUPILEHENTAnY amount of indebtedness of stockholder nr dim Including in the liability of the company nr firm the of the members thereof or indirectly if uch Indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ao innlly In nod amount of surplus in the b ink T None Highest amount of Indebtedness of any or officer ii amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 of paidup capital stock of None Does amount of Incebtednessof or firm including m liability of the or liability of t individual members th reote ceei of capital and kCtual No Amount of tVei e all expenses losses lot rest and taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring dirt was less than 10 per cent of net profits the bank for the co Bred by the dividend ried to the sniping fund befir dend was declared YM of Kentucky County of Garrard is Kemper es Rank of Paint Bauk located and doing in the town of Paint Lick iu Mid county beinc says that the forego ing Is In all respects n tru statement the condition of the at the close of Imslnesson the dial day of December 1903 to the best of his knowledge and belM and far thrr says that the business of said Rank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance wHhau official received from the Secretary of State designating rlayof Ddcomber 19S8 as on which such report shall be made f134418 96 WQ Kimperi Cashier swornto before m br W ca lilerron the Slt 1 M Jt B Bstirldee Notary PnblicYOarrar l county Keitacky Coramteslpn expires 6 WS RoG Wi etorf iiJ MWi I jh r B lectionthe seven For Sale Wanted atthIs nl tf about Nov or TUE People BankJ 01 Paint Lick KYJ nft OVtrdruhs 46 00 4o512 28 lUW w 119300 164 00 G8I516 0 114418 cll aid percent I o 1 960 i ltem K i I I L Bedford sows capacity f S 1 7111- uvera 317 512 49 fro t Bonds 200 9a lou certificates i Due i rsou the percent pafd ni last dividend car State s bus ness theStst Subscribed and of December Feb y Coy 4 sr ti t Take your prescriptions to PEISBIES o J f r 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 we have the Best Cigars and Tobacco In Town Remember the place t O North side Public Square FRI That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M IT LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington KY H T LOGAN Agent L ncaster Kenucky 53S1 f V MADE BY THE MANSE SHOE cJIUD PATENTS 0 EOT 0 MFG C- Oi ePASrtc121999 Drsta PEkOING We are making a Fp chilly f fl i hove Bootee It cannot be rnjiiilrd K L Jfi V X I XGS L10 Dry Goods Clothing Furnishings Hardware Furniture I II I PAINT 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 liB I Davi sons l l THE FOX STUDIO t LANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 p it Call early LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5 MW SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W 0 RieN Y Aast Oa hr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis YiLeaYeU J S Robinson BF Hudson J J Walker T MAnM 1d v i6 v 2 2 Q 2 I fJ it l 8 8 ri tfi r- O r o 0 9 0 oppOO o0000000r 4 Prey a r t i i6 arm Ka w a Tnb saY f t 9 For All Kinds of Winter Work t K Device Here IllustratedKo Saperlor Manure may be easily and quickly nnloaded from a dump sled An j sled with an extra high bolster cross piece built up from I the race in front works all right The j iUU1U1 ji f bOob 7 VUMI1LLT SLED I obI SLED FOR WINTER WORK box is fastened to the high bolster means of eye bolts It is fastened to the front support with a strong hookWith a little practice manure spread with this rig in winter with very little fork work For spreading a block is fastened to the runners be bind that stops the box at the proper angle to let the manure slide down and pay out slowly as the team moves alongThe angle must be different according to the kind of manure the absorbent used in the stable and the amount of straw or other substance used for The driver can help or hinder it with his fork as hc drives along L G Spencer in Farm and Home FARM Orchard and good thrifty wellkept and small fruit garden on the farm adds materially to its value in dollars and cents as well as providing health and pleasure for all members of the family The profits are in many ways far in excess of the cost of and there is not one valid reason why a single farmer should deprive himself of a good variety of the Farmer I A COLLEGE GIRLS IDEA Br Diligent Study to Become Ex pert Dletlat She Secure a Good Position The graduate of a womans college who recently was engaged by the New York department of charities as consulting dietician appears to have discovered an entirely ncw field of endeavor for members of her sex who have received a liberal Moreover it is one in which the possibility of male competition is very slight says the New York TimesWhile studying at college the young woman realized that it was possible for her to become an expert on matters of diet and planned her course to that end Though not an executive she will soon be one of the most important officers of that branch of the city government she is sent upon investigations on everything concerning foods their preparation their nutriment and their serving in the various institu tions She reports directly to and consults with the commissioner She has studied so as to be prac tical and scientific too She can cook from soups to cake and she liar Prof Atwaters food researches at her fingers end Along with old fashioned housekeeping she took up biology physiology chemistry and domestic science A man would have a hard time competing with her un less he was an expert cook and had a good working knowledge of house wifery b own maybe Ibed- ding I orchard maintenance homegrown fruitMidland a education because I CURE FOR SOMNAMULISIL DUMP Garden- A Mrs Hewitt How did you manage to break your husband of the habit of walking in his sleep Mrs time he got up to walk I put the baby in his arms Chicago Chronicle A man can drink himself tighter than a woman can lace herself A happy home is the reflection of heaven Theres nothing more disgraceful than Insincerity Only those get to heaven who help others to get there WoBderfal Nerve Is displayed by many ing pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for too 25c at McEoberts Druggist 1m Strong is the man who knows his I weakness I Bomertle Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great wort and Liv er troubles Tjhey ye you Must bare a reasona 15 petWbntb and board to the man Btttin Telephone Co if L BCa8terl yfov m r fi i i DewittEvery I a man Plies I t endi S L r u Storey ti A slatiwference d Is lt rald olwo I o j 5- J f a fl a A PLANT HocpUal Patients Unique tor Plenty of the Prescribed Mrs H C Eounsbery who chief nurse at the Sternberg at Chickamaiiga park contributes the American Journal of some amusing reminiscences of pita life A lady had given her hundred dollars to spend for for the sick soldiers While the doctor was making rounds one morning he said to nurse in the patients hearing man may have some chicken soup to morrow if his temperature down to normal The next day there was a pooppeeping under tIm mans bed The nurse investigated and that he had a doen tiny there in a box The patient that the doctor had said might have chicken soup and lIe bought those chickens for four dill lars from a darky who had through the ward lie wanted to sure his soup was made from chickens nut said the nurse these too little to cook Well yes wild the man theyll grow and I reckoned the would bring the crumbs to feed em The ease was brought to Mrs Lounsbcry who shuddered at idea of bringing up chickens the bed of a typhoidfever patient She bought the chickens and gave man his four dollars and then him some canned chicken soup she says she always thought he aggrieved that she did allow him maintain his private poultryyard FEW GRATEFIRES IN HOTELS A Featnrr Thnt Always Attracts Patronage of Enellnhraen and Canadian A clerk in a once fashionable hotel where nearly all distinguished Eng lish visitors used to go when came to New York was talking other night about the falling off custom in many downtown hostel ries reports the Times For years he said the downtown ho tels kept up the grate fires the more modern hotels up abolished the grates and lad but steam heat The will go every time where he can a grate fire Steam radiators an abomination to him When downtown hotels began to improvements and did away with grate fires they made a grand mis take English and Canadian particularly when they saw that was steam heat or the larger hotels where they could see more people and get more their money than in the downtown hotels Steam heat is of course much more convenient and less ex for tIle hotel keeper but guests object to it for many rea sons injury to health and noise from clanging pipes being the chief causes of complaint THEY BURN ALL LETTERS Chinamen Invariably Commit Wrlt lag to the Flames an Soon a Read Of all the quaint industries which furnish a livelihood for a corps of workers there is none more worthy of comment than the sacred furnace of MonWar erected and supported by the religious fervor and sentiment with which the regard their letters and pa pers In every Chinatown however small a building dedicated to can be found and to every almondeyed celestial that building is from the inscription over the door to the blue smokt that curls up and mingles with the fog for it is the oven wherein are all the letters newspapers old books of the Chinese says Leslies Weekly Every scrap of paper upon which a Chinese character has been written or printed when its purpose in the business or social world has been accomplished is burned in a per fumed blaze and the ashes are dis posed of with reverential care Cbareh Service Religious services held in absolute darkness are an experiment begun a few weeks ago in London The pur pose was not novelty or notoriety but desire to answer Jhe objection raised by poorly dressed people against to any place where their shabby clothes made them feel uncomfortable The experiment was marie at St James in Clerkenwell A large sheet was hung across the eastern end of the church and upon this the words and music of the hymns the prayers and responses were thrown by a limelight lantern The Useful Newspaper Many claims have been made on of the modern newspaper It is now held forward as the only reason able both of cold and poverty If you stretch it over you at is better than a warming pan better than an eiderdown quilt If you roll it up Into wet balls and put it on it SOdS instead of coals Color of Truth An American chemist has invented tube for truth You speak into it the chemical solution changes color to the tensity of your and truth and mendacity are described as being quite distinct and vivid colors Repatriated Boer Eightyfive per cent of the Boers who have been repatriated in the Or River colony have work on farms Keep MovlBBY Action is essential to progress Whether we are going in one direction or in another we must be in motion To be utterly at rest is a barrier to ef fort in the right direction Going in the right direction is indeed second iry or supplemental to going ban not moving at all ctical truth in the cannot switch We must be go fore we are s Luxury wa t bi UII Thi explained hi rea arf tlu- tr ill while- I noth- Ing nothingwent pensive reverential Chinese Confucius sacredsacred incinerated and quarter Novel go- Ing t behalf cure night according emotion startedto somewhere btjii gOo y s a Provislo Nursir Iii luxurii grci four clickei l passi hi ho 11 und se 11 fe tli t ma Englishim g a t ma visite orf ye ft Ithe- re age here tatr l n aa n j j i CUPID PREFERS A LAP Tk Tlttle Ruler of Heart fer with the Aid ofGood Old Faahiloaeu Coal 011 Electric lights and gas are no good for courting purposes said a Wash 0 ingion young man who is more than g attentive to the object of his affections a sweet girl of thin West end But do not the parents of your s fiancee insist on there being light in the room asked a Oh yes we use kerosene There is nothing like it Jive me the good old coal oil for courting Aly girl is of an inventive turn of mind You s cant beat her What do you mean j The piano lamp provides the par lor with light replied the young man according to the Washington s Star It has a large red shade which J softens the light when it is burning Hilt do you know my girl has that light completely under control She sees to the tilling of the lump and she it down so line that she knows R I just how much oil is needed to burn to a certain hour the time that the old folks usually go to bed When the flame begins to get dma you may bet every dollar you tureen that it is 930 1 That lamp controlled by so churiiiiug a girl as mine is a bonanza A POLITICAL DIVIDE With the meeting of the legislatures oftVashiiifjton and Oregon one fact cannot fail of being impressed on the mind of IL person who follows their work Nearly every bill passed is the result of a compromise between those legislators from the west of the Cas cades and those from the east of the same range of mountains says a lo cal report The interests of eastern Wash ing ton a re no more allied to of the western part of the state titan those of eastern Oregon to those of the western part of that slate The interests of the western part of both states are iilenlical as well as the in crests of the eastern parts of both states Had the territory been di vide on the Cascade range instead of the present division there would have been two states differing their interests and products but each would have beet a unit within them selves Instead of the warring fac in eaeh state as there arc found at present harmony could prevail fur the operation of a law that would work injury to one part of the state would ONE OLD MILL AN IMPOSTOR lUpnlcd to lie of Holland Slake Out Wa the Work of an Irish Carpenter Along the line of the Trenton New Brunswick railroad between Milllowu and Dayton is ramshackle old barn at the end of which is a windmill tower and windmill that look like a piece out of a Dutch landscape says the Philadelphia Press The natives tell wonderfully inter esting stories of this mills history how it was brought from Holland in sections many years ago by the then owner of the farm a worthy descendant of a line of bur ghers and wit ha nancestry give him a seat of honor at a reunion of the Holland society As a matter of fact the mill is only about 20 years old and was built by an Irish carpenter who was employed by the Scotchman who occupied the farm renting it from a Frenchman who then held title to the property But it makes an interesting though a j spurious antique and is a veritable treasurelrove for a small army of wa ter colorists sketchers and amateur photographers NEW IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER Birthday Honor Conferred by Edward Postal Work I Among the birthday honors con ferred by King Edward perhaps the most unusual is that which has made a woman a companion of the new Imperial Service Order says a London report The woman in question is Smith who nearly 30 years ago began with a staff of 20 clerks some small work connected with the savings bank branch of the general post office Now her staff numbers between 800 and 900 women and the work they do covers a great part of the whole say ings business Miss Smith has been a pioneer in the development of woman labor in other branches of postal work than her own From her office the first woman clerks of the postal branch were drawn and it is to her powers of organization that the great increase of woman workers throughout the post office is said to be due With all her ability Miss Smith receives only 2500 a large sal ary in English eyes Lady with Pink Teeth The newest turn in Parisian music halls will shortly be the appearance of a lady with pink teeth She is a of Canton but born of French parents Her teeth which are perfect are of a semitransparent substance resembling palecolored coral A dentist who has examined them says that they will never decay They are bard as diamonds and the latter gems are the only material with which a mark can be made on their surface Prairie State Products Illinois ranks first among the states in the manufacture of agricultural implements bicycles cars glucose and distilled liquors and in slaughtering and meat packing DOUBLEQUICK LOANS Sreat Sam Often Raled by Wall Street Bank tin Very Short Notice An Interesting question often in Wall streclcoiiccrns the amount of capital thai a large bank could raise at an hours notice That is how much accommodation could a bank extend a unexpectedly confronted with priKsing need or for thin purp sc of financing a great deal international exterienre is autiiprity for the stateinenj that I I H I I I friends d d hus I I Ii CllIdp Iltosiuuiuiln Rouge IIlar- etwIaln sad Oregon In I in operate the saute ill all other parts I I anderected i I Upon Woman la a- Miss order yeara native custom r a jii JfJ I t Does let Leiliiilive luulerests g rca t hy mhz that wuituld King aster 1 A banker aI Wall street I Theres many a man whose are today as sound as a dollar who at one time suffered severely with weak or diseased lungs The change has been brought about by the use of Dr Pierces Medical Discovery It has cured men and women l5fQ1fl whose condition was regarded as who were given up by physicians as beyond all hope of cure Golden Medical cures obstinate coughs bronchitis weak lungs hemorrhage and other diseased conditions if neglected or unskilfully treated terminate fatally in consumption nl have great faith in medicine writes Mrs A W of 209 E Eighth Street Newport Ky Fourteen ago was cured one bottle of Golden Discovery after I had been taking medicine our for five would have been a few months The same day attention was drawn to an advertisement of Dr Pierces medicine and which described how I felt We bought one bottle and I took some of the medi so sick I thought I would die Then I took smaller doses than at first and continued taking it After the one bottle was used I was cured I am forty of now and am and through Gods will and Dr Pierces medicine Dont be deceived into trading a substance for a shadow Any substitute offered as hopeless Discovery J7 deep seated n Medial consumptionm cl y ue medicine There are cures behind every claim made for the which no just as good medicine can show FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send 21 one cent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stamps for the cloth hound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y just as as Medical Discovery is a shadow of that It Discovery It t 00 Golden all rnr fee facilities in this regard ate superior In Londons in hat a large ifndcrlak big could be linaneed hete with iiineli says I he New York lost Said an ollirer of one of Wall streets in os I important hanks It is no trouble nowadays to raise 5 000000 or JiiOOOooo within an hour I have sccii il done ioo often to think for a moment that it would tax seri ously a lare banks Five times that sum say Jr H000 can be raised at 24 hours not ire Il has been done Of ciiiirsr one bank eould do ii butt till Wall street tions are linked together in way as to provide almost unlimited re sources for the linancing of any safe deal The large banks think little of 1000000 or 2000000 loans these days whereas in former years they attract ed general fur such large amounts were leleased only after con negotiations that has now TESTS OF THE HUMAN VOICE Exiirrliiiciit Proven That It I Sot AI w y ux RceoKitioiltlr am Is Commonly Hilie veil Many persons imagine that the voice is as easily recognizable as the human countenance they think that they could never be mistaken in the voices of their friends but in the branch telephone exchange of a big t ment proved that this was not alto true says the Philadelphia Record One of the employes of the house took his plaee at the exchange and as various persons called for ous members he guessed who was speaking Out of ten guesses six were wrong He erred in the case of his own brothers voice mistaking it for that of the proprietor Tie was sure that he lund a fellow clerk on account of the pronunciation of cof cawfee that he believed to be peculiar to this person but the event proved that there were others in the building who also pronounced coffee in that odd way atthe exchange said that site never attempted to tell people by their voices especially over the phone When you make a it is so embarrassing she mur A roguish voice says Do you know who is You answer Yes its Harry Whereupon the dis appointed reply com s Noit is Jack That makes you fcefsmajl SET IN HIS WAYS Wegro Fnruipr Who Had til O ro Alton Crop and V1 Stuck to Tht at As an illustration of the need ofnew ideas in farming anti of the ef says Booker T bodys Magazine I remember thatsome years ago I called an old negro farmer into my office and explained to him in detail how he could make 30 an acre on his land if lIe would plant a portion of it in sweet potatoes where as if he planted cotton as he had been doing for years at best he could make only 15 per acre As I explained the difference step by step he agreed with me at every point and when Icame near to the end of my argument began to congratulate myself that I had converted at least one man from the onecrop system to better methods Finally with what I fear was the air of one who felt that he had won his case asked the farmer what he was going to cultivate on his land the coming year The old fellow scratched his head and said that as he was getting old and had been growing cotton all his life he reckoned he would grow it to the end of his few remaining years although he agreed with me that he could double the product of his land by planting sweet potatoes on it A WORKING EMPEROR Kaiser Wllhetm Take Matters Great Small Into H Own Au tocratic hand The world discovered long ago that the emperor of Germany is not a mere figurehead He lakes matters of state great and small into his autocratic hands and settles them in fashion A case in point is a story told by a London M A P of an professor in a small German uni versity who fell into a dispute with an other professor Finally the head of the department said Ye must write to the kaiser about Surely you would not trouble his I IHlII un lIlt ClI litr side a I glen t iuist itu a ntt nut business house other day nn Th girl mistake it cultivationr ry and businesslike English if lf jj c gr side get mu I stirlis1iatehi i I esiauu era flu such cut thin ehii ngetl bun the hier ran red Ideas 4 c f mojesty about such a small matfer Indeed I will and he will settle it The Englishman expected that one of the kaisers secretaries would send a formal and useless reply lint in a few the chief professor shewed the Englishman a letter written at the kaisers dictation saying that his maj esty would in six weeks be visiting in the neighborhood of the university and would make a call on the profes sors and consult them about the dis puteAt the time appointed the emperor came discussed the matter patiently with great tact and judgment and finally settled it to the satisfaction of all parties Striking IUh rn n Rtrrtt n French Lecturer Iiy n IVUly Amer IVomnn M le Comte Robert de ifontesquioti Feensac here to lecture on French literature met with a surprise the other day at a reception He was talk ing to a dainty little lady who spoke very good French reports the New York Times She was telling of the vast possibilities in the English lan guage and neglectful of the fact that he imperfectly understands the lan guage she gave him following A flock of girls is called a bevy a bevy of wolves a pack n pack of thieves is called a gang a gang of angels is called a host a host offish is called a shoal a shoal is called a herd a herd is called a troop a troop of partridges is called a covey a covey of beauties is called a galaxy a galaxy of ruffians is called a horde a horde of Tnl is called a heap a heap of oxen is called a drove a drove of blackguards is called a mob a mob of whales is called a school a school of worshipers is called a con gregation a congregation of engineers is called a corps a corps of robbers is called a band a band of locusts is called a swarm and a swarm of called a crowd M le Comte asked the fair one to please write it out for him as lIe wished to use a lexicon for purposes of translation lIe tried it later and gave up in despair Pigeon Post on Ship The Compagnie Generale Transat only tryingthe wireless telegraph on its ship the Savoie but employs a pigeon post which has given satisfaction Out of 23 trials at distances of 150 to 250 miles from succeeded It is found possible to have news of a ship in this way 24 hours after she leaves and 24 hours she arrives at a port Moreover birds become hardier with prac Hicejjthei sensepf orientation or Iiom keener and the per centage of is lowered iMavch Bookkeeping recruit can be said to have joined the British army his name must be Entered 02 times and that of his superior officer 29 times in the docu ments required by the war office is ofcattle ofchildren antique is not before ihe bi lot a i I h days lea the called peoples lands ntpstinct J B for If your Druggist have not got Dr RodgerS Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 8100 Remember this Remedy Is guaranteed to cure mentaoo this paper when writing R iCZ jl13 1 i Jy 1 Do iTot dir by Own JHctUi u itreatli of IZyomei Urlii Uellel Nearly every one who has ca tarrh knows how Foolish it is to try and cure it by the stom ach Temporary relief may be given a cure seldom comes your physician would have said the way to cure catarrh would be to have a change of climate but now with Hyomei you can carry a health giving cli yourselfThecosts you but 100 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper ind a bottle of Hyomei The in laler lasts a lifetime and if one bottle hoes not cure an extra bot lIe of Hyomei can be obtained for o cents It is the mosteconomi al of all remedies advertised for he cUte of catarrh and is the me that follows nature in her nethod of treating diseases ofthe espiratory R E McRoberts has sold a great many Hyomei outfits and the nore he sells the more convinced he is perfectly safe in guarantee ng to refund the money if Hyomei loes not cure i DOEOThe Sit J liMn Every I Untilrecently bybreathing Natures Pneumonia follows La Grippe I but never follows the use of LUGR1PPEI FOLEYS Honey and Tar It stops the Cough and heals the lungs Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption Ms Q VAGUER of 157 Osgood St Chicago writes My wife had la grippe and it left her with a very bad cough on her 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