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THE CENTRAL RECORD FOURTBESIll TJJJB LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1904 NUMBIIBoI3 d A Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming Ve have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to See Our Exhibit Of Porcelain and SteelClad j BIT Water Closets in the latest designs Street Hydrants I Yard Hydrants HoseEtc I Tam prepared to TAP THE MAIN and install a hot and Y cold water system All work done by practical T and experienced men Satis 4 faction guaranteed 4 DR ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOOKE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress In the Eight to succeed lion G G subject of the Demo cratlc party Your support earnestly solici ted tf For County Attorney are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SON as n candidate for nomination for Count Attorney sulject to the action of the Demo erotic party j for Supt Public Schools Sirs Maggie D Gullcy Is candieate for of Public in Co subject to the action of the democratlo party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E Robin as d candidate for nomination for Coon subject to action of the Demo party There are no rights without respon Bibijities It Is easy to explain why others mistakes r P BEAZLEY GO 1 R ILaw business I t Sanitary j- P1Uncing t I Tues HAS ENI 1 I We d ion Jo 04444 r b 1 t r ti 444 tif Dist h0u1kt make 0f Local Interest Monday is county court and a crowd is expected Remember Record when you come in Nut more than six or eight inhabitant have experienced a severe winter than the present one Superintendent S B Henry tells there were forty interments in Lancaster Cemetery during the 1003 The local banks elected the board of last week lists appear in the business cards The Record The coal dealers have been in getting plenty of the diamonds so far and for the first in vears Lancaster has been without coal famine Rest for the Cook The New Mason Hotel is making specialty of Sunday dinners and Many of our citizens take Sunday meals there and are ed with the bills of fare and seryice O W Potts agent for all kinds machinery has placed one o f Acromotors or wind mills in the the court house If placed it there political paign the wind would have torn machine to pieces If you are using nicelyprinted and bill heads that Hoes prove that you are upto date If send your customers bills made out cheap stuff containing a halfpage Hour or patent medicine ad that well judge for yourself Mr Bertram Spratt one of the in the local Baptist church re quests The Record to state that lllcers of his church did not take n the union communion services The Record spoke of churches taking part The firm of Potts BroF Hour store has been dissolved O W retiring to give more attention the machinery business and butcher shop Mr John II Potts continue the Hour and feed store old stand These boys are good citizens and stand ready hold up their end of the log in any for the town The county supervisors have their work by which they made increase on property of over 50 Assessor T 11 Austin has dis charged his duties faithfully as the total property in the county reaches 4857 tOG an increase of 171383 1902 assessment Mr M F Route assisted in the matter and his work been highly complimented Lingered Several Months Herbert the 14 boy was accidentally shot by his fa in this county some 3 months died last week from the effects the wound The little fellow playing in the room where the father cleaning a revolver The weapon discharged the ball passing thro boys head least a spooniul was lost but strange to lived for three months apparent ntly on the road to full recovery The attracted attention of the fraternity from all over the state The School Book Bill The Cantrill school book bill which the Senate unanimously a state and county commission is of the best bills ever books can be bought under its pro visions at the lowest prices The consist of the governor and other state officials who to work in conjunction with the school commissioner which consists of the county judge county attorney and county schools who are to select books for common schools and report their selections to the state commission books receiving the majority of counties will be adopted by the commission This contains of the leading features for which Farris has fought for the past years the principal one being selfgovernment and opposition to board at Frankfoit which was a concentration of power Another Improvement In Sight The CourierJournal always on the to accommodate its patrons has inaugurated a system of special trains the Southern Railway by which paper is put into many central Kentucky towns by breakfast time Noticing the schedule the editor of Record wrote President Halde in regard to having the Lancaster sent out via Versailles Nicb lasville etc to Richmond He found the papers reach Richmond an hour after the morning train the latter city for Lancaster connection is made by a local freight and Mr Haldeman said he would put forth every effort to get connection made This would the Paint Lick Lowell Point Hiattsville and Lancaster theCourier Journal in the putting it in Lancaster at 1040 tn Mr Haldeman will do all in his and we Would not be surprised t the plan will work The Record gotten almost every has ever gone after so heres hope we may secure this for the people big The oldest more us the year same dire tors The in fortunate black time a a suppers their delight his portico of Ollie had cam the statement to you on looks deacons the part in Lancaster all the and Potts to his will at the hustlers to improvement Increase completed an 000 over the has Dillion year old who ther ago of was was was the A t of brains saythe boy case medical passed creating one introduced- as commissions treasurer are county superintendent- of the Those the state many Senator four one alert over the The man papers that only leaves The the give Leaven people forenoon a power has improvement- It lug during s feed local Mrs James Clark who kept an of the domestic produce sold herself during the past year January 1 1903 to January 1 1904 i ports the neat sum of 22564 from this source alone New Law Firm Capt Wm Herndon and G B broad have formed a partnership the practice of law The new will occupy the ofllce of Capt Hen dun over Stormes drug store A Stitch In Time When you have occasion to across the street or to go only a steps out of doors put on your dont merely throw it over shoulders It is in these little that you catch your worst colds leave your warm room dash out the cold minus an overcoat perhaps or at best with it thrown lightly your shoulders The wind chills the first dash You have not time to take the needed precautions But you have time later to stay home several weeks and wrestle sickness Bishop Fo A friend of The Record hands i the following concerning one of Lan casters most honorable sensible intelligent citizens A special here to a Louisville paper announces Capt EJ D Bishop a candidate Mayor tosucced Mayor Kinnaird M Bishop is one of the best liked men li the town and years ago was one the boys He needs no introduction as he is widely known We are satis fied the ticket which he will head be one of the most popular since town has been enjoying a chief mag istrate and certainly if elected Mayor a great one he will be All hail Mayor Bishop then the hope nut merely o the united factions of the town of the true upright manhood that herein exists A Great Institution The W C T U Rest Rooms are to be one of the greatest blessings Lancaster ever had They are open and comfortable all day and ma ny people especially those from country find much pleasure in place to talk with their friendsread write or eat their lunches The also proving of inestimable for giving parties banquets etc t very reasonable figures the ladies serve delightful meals and as the rooms are private the functions are the more enjoyable Those who contributed toward theestablishment the Rest Rooms are highly with their donations and should more money be needed it will be forthcoming The Tobacce Outlook A special to the Lexington Leader Augusta says Tobacco in the Mason county district of the Burley is selling higher than it has since A great many crops have been to the Continental Tobacco in the last ten days at fromten to twelve cents per pound in the wet and many farmers do not care sell at the above price Of the many reasons for the advance in price the most probable is a short crop at in the barns with a succession of short crops for the last few years leaves manufacturers and open markets bare tobacco compared with other years Another reason is the light weight of present crop On account of the extended dry weather tobacco in cur has dried now until it is far ad vanced in curing as is usual the first f July in former years The Company seems anxious to get of it at the above prices Their is estimated at seventy cent of the output and farmers for second time in adecade seem to be favored by circumstances BATSONS SIGN Big White Elephants Hamburg and Lace Sales Jany 22 Friday begins one of the Hamburg and Lace sales ever in Central Kentucky It will remarkable in every particular Superior quality bargains of variety quantities offered New clean goods have never been sold for as price as we have marked this sale bought 20000 yards at a sacrifice buy them at about half the price This is a cash sale and goods charged will be added ten per cent The bulk of this lot will sold at Oc per yard they are worth 20c We a full complete stock of new clean goods in all lines no old to close out Come see for R H Batson W C T U Notes At the annual election held the W C T T elected the fol officers President Mrs G M Patterson vice president Mrs J B recording secretary Miss Sweeney corresponding Miss Ida May Grant treasurer Ed Price Tje vice presidents different churches are Mrs Maria Presbyterian Mrs R G Ward Methodist West Baptist R A Stone Christian The sec retary was instructed to notify all members to please settle their dues The LT L social was a grand under the skillful management Mrs Haselden dud Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson The ladies decided to have a party on Friday night before the account by from arising Swine for walk fen overcoat your trips You Into over you at with and II from for of will the but proving kept the having- a place- is A all of delighted readily from belt 1803 sold Company condition to present of the Continental hold man facture per the greatest planned be and fresh low We you extra have fresh stock yourself lowing Kinnaird Olivia secretary Mrs from Miss Knapp Mrs success of Brown 14th firm always Mayor convenience fog regular Saturday Kirby valentine DEATH OF PROMINENT CITIZEN After a lingering illness Mr Theo dore Currey breathed his last at his home In this city Wednesday morning For many months he has been a and great sufferer and confin ed to his bed most of the time At times he would improve and come up street but disease tightened its coils and its final grasp came about a month ago he being unable to leave his room since that time Theodore Currey was born In Har rodsburg Kentucky in 1834 and mov ed to Lancaster in 1862 was married to Miss Mathusa Yantis in 1860 sev en children being born to them J C Ilemphill C A Robinson Fisher Gaines Miss Carrie and Mess William James Y and Theodore He entered the grocery business shortly after locating in Lancaster and his strict attention to business honest dealing and fair treatment won cus continual Mesdames tomers who never left him He was man of fine judgment and when advice was sought and followed up those seeking it never had occasion regret doing as he told them Year after year he has served as one of Lan casters City Councilmen and he kept in as trustee as long as his health permittedlIe one of the original trustees College later the Graded School and was presidentof the board for several years He resigned the position about two years ago on ac count of failing health Mr Currey was a life long member of the Chris tian church and always a leader In the local congregation of that denom ination lie was elected an officer In the church in early life and continu ed to serve until a few years ago when upon his suggestion younger men were made to perform the duties Mi Currey was a friend to every one but took special delight in aiding and counseling the younger men doing what he could to start them in the straight and narrow way in which they should go This is a character istic which in the writers mind is one of the most noble an older man can possess as those who are Inclined to censure and drive are in such a great majority He was free from that inclination to censure young men but on the other hand we have known him to leave his place of and go and talk with young men who needed the counsel and advice of the old substantial citizens He was an enthusiastic supporter of every suggested and could be depended upon to assist in a substan tial way every effort for the better ment of his town In his death Lan caster has losta valued citizen After funeral services conducted by Eld F M Tinder the remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery this Thursday afternoon To Protect the Game Hon J Mort Rothwell has been in Frankfort for several days trying to secure the passage of a bill to protect the fish and game It requires the appointment of a fish and game war den who will look after violations of the present laws Candidates Announcements As the woods are full of candidates for county offices we wish to state The Record will carry their announce ments from now until nominations are made for five dollars This is the uni versal fee for county offices while ten dollars is the price for district an nouncement If you wish to shy your castor into the ring remember its 5 per shy You can reach the people in no better way as The Record goes right into the fireside of the best in Garrard county a place where a candidate cannot and better not go See Broaddus Mr Morton Broaddus died at his home near McCreary Tuesday night Funeral services were conducted at Lancaster Cemetery at two oclock Wednesday afternoon Mr Broaddcs was one of Garrards wellknown and popular citizens and his death is de plored by a wide circle of friends A more extended notice of Mr Broaddus will appear In our McCreary news next issue Compliments for Lancaster Man Somerset Journal No more earnest persuasive fascinating speaker has visited Somerset in than gelist F Si Tinder pastor of the church at Lancaster who is now moving and swaying large audiences at the Christian church here with his strong appeal in behalf of the gospel of right living to the glory of God and ones self His sermon last Sunday morning upon the home life of the Christian was replete with tender ex hortation to fathers and mothers to fulfill their mission of preaching to their offspring a leis to was of Garrard I years business improvement families Evan Christian Democratic Committee The Garrard County Democratic Committee is hereby called to meet a R H Tomlinsons office on Monday January 25 Court day at 1230 p m to consider questions in reference to the time place and manner of making nominations for county offices Can didates are requested to be present E L Woods Chm M D Hughes Secy td Notice To Teacher- sI have received the January draft and will pay the same on Saturday January 23 1904 Please call at my office on that day and get your money I am sorry of this delay but it was one that was necessary Incident to the change of administration in the state Superintendents office Mrs Walker is still In Mississippi on account of the illness of her sister any one having business In the office will call to see me Money will not be paid unle s proper reports have been sent in It Lewis L Walker A Card Commencing the tin busness in your city at the age of fourteen and serv ing a term of years as an apprentice I found there was another trade to learn to make a man thoroughly to handle the business in a city of our size I commenced learning the plumbing business by taking plumbing journals studying books written on this work and by mechani cal drawings commencing the business I found that most all Master Plumbers belong to different unions and would not show you how the art sf Lead work and the Sanitary Scientific part was done and having other business to see after and no time to serve an apprenticeship for some for a term of years I bought a set of tools ana began installing the home systems of water works in town In this and adjoining counties hiring men from some of the largest cities to come here and give me lessons in Lead work and the Sanitary work of the plumbing business We have in this city several hot and cold water that been use for several years without an accident or trouble from our hot boilers which lam proud of as ve know that scientific as well as good work flTtHUis branch of business I am prepared to do irstclass and Sanitary plumbing in city being equipped with latest tools that are made and having a man of twentyfive years experi ence as an assistant I ask your pat ronage as I am prepared to furnish very best of work at reasonable and give you plumbing that is in on strictly Scientific and principles J R HASELDEN competent After and systems ot water works ill water itte the our the prices put firm have practical Sanitary t Special Sale To Reduce Stock On Saturday Jan 23rd and Monday Jan 25th Special Sale of Mens odd pants and broken sizes in Lad ies Childrens Mens and Boys shoes at about half price You will find some rare bargains in these lots On Wednesday Jan 27th Special Sale of Bleached Muslin at 5 and 6c per yd 1000 yds will b3 off3red Quantity limited to each customer Purchases must be made in person On Friday Jan 29th Special Sale of 500 yds Percale at 5c per yd One lot ot Ladies black hose at 5c jrer pair as long as the lot lasts One lot of Torchon lace at 3K per yd Quantity limi ted to each customer Purchases must be made in person EVERYTHING CASH No premium tickets will be given during this sale who hold our premium tickets are requested to bring them in for redemption Logan Dry Goods Co FOR CHANGE IN BUSINESS J Everyone The r C I J- HW H H H H H H H 0 H 0 0 I I Your dccount is due i I 1st and w 1 I expect 90u to Call I itnmediate19 jl IJ c I rI III g J J M s t swai us ta F FIJdnudr and Sttle i g- iogan i Sis Get Habit- 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 HM M M m M m M H Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED Stockings All Sizes v All Qualities Removal Sale 1t i 11i Jlo V- O 9Q O O QO O r I In he n It I H II IL C Ii11r At Your Own Price It I It It It I FAY k JOSEPH MHCANIIL CObvdFA B JZ Mrv 49s3 omoa i r I CrC 00 We have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close them out at prices that will pay you to call at once Several new designs for Childrens Markers in this lot These stones must be Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Karrard Bounty Marble Works rt STAFFORD ST LANCASTER lj i sold r Il byJan 1st y v E rr LOUIS LAND RAM Entered at the Pat Office in Lancaster SecondClan Matt Hatter Lancaster Kg January 22 1904 Were some one to put forth the the dry that the time will come when the average of mans life will be 100 years would be laughed at and catalog ued as a crank Yet such a theory is not so wild as night at first blush In 1872 10203 persons died in Chicago the average of whose life was years Last year 28353 persons died in Chicago the avenge of whose years was 321 We like to speak of as an age of activity an age in which lives are sacrificed- in the mad rush for business success It is such an age yet In spite of the awful wear and tear on the human that it entails education of one sort and another has been able to counteract the disabling effect of this stress and we are living longer and longer Every year sees some great discovery in the medical and surgical world Every year sees some new de tense to disease More and more being taught that the body should be cared for that physical perfection is a necessary member of the trio in which mental and spiritual perfection are the other members Who will say then that the average span of mans lire will not go on increasing until the centenarian will not be an object of curiosity but rather a man enjoying only the rightful afternoon of life It is very gratifying indeed to great interest manifested by the editors toward the Press Association and the number of new faces seen at each meeting shows that the boys mean business and propose to stand together for the advancement of the newspaper business in the State In addition to working good in the department it has lifted the press of the State to a much higher plane than it has occupied in years Not many years ago most paper or more properly speaking its editor was controlled by some clique or politician but today the think and act for the old custom of barking every time some big dog growled the papers use their own thInkshop do their own growling and bark whenever and wherever they choose It is seldom you read a paper who will support a yellow dog simply because on a certain ticket and as stated above the meetings comings together of the editors has had more to do with bring ing about this praiseworthy ence than any other reason One of the brilliant bills in the present legislature pro vides No person guilty of tresspass who is found walking on a railroad unless the railroad maintains a fence four feet high along the course The people of Kentucky howl for more railroads and frequently wonder why more are not built It is just such as the foregoing which out of the state It is a wonder that some 2x4 solon doesnt make it unanimous by introducing a bill to prohibit the operation of a in Kentucky No enterprise is so harrassed by adverse legislation and lIttle annoying unjust suits as are the railroad companies With the legislative bodies and cheapscrew lawyers constantly at their heels it is no wonder the roads are no more progressive What Kentucky needs is more railroads and fewer chughead ed legislators and scrub lawyers The Earlington Bee is receiving ma ny handsome compliments upon its special railroading and mining edi tion such prominent publications as The Journal of Newspaper Publishing of it It was one of the best ever sent out and deserves every word of praise it is receiving In the Louisville Times How to be Healthy column is the statement that it the girls will exercise with rolling pins potato mashers etc they will increase in health and strength If they will learn to properly use these bosuehold necessities they will have no time to devote to such foolishness as physical culture What is the magic of a soldiers uni form If a fellow no matter how rank an impostor he may be wants to make a killing socially as well as otherwise his game is half won if he has a suit of with brass buttons and braid a military cap The first book donated to the Lou isville Public Library was given by genial Bob Brown managing editor of the Louisville Times This was characteristic of the clever gentleman who is ever on the alert to good deed A Louisville man said in a speech at Lexington that the churches in the Falls City were the very or lung diseases This Is bad for the ladies but few Louisville men will suffer any inconvenience therefrom The New Haven Echo Johnnie Bar ry s excellent paper has shaken off the patent side and is now an allhome print six column folio chock full of I All the press boys is Johnnies j I A man of 99 in Texas has married a l I woman of 33 Which makes it a 3 to I it was not a genuine love i i I I bed r Ort Sy w he appear 152 this be- Ing seethe mechanical every editors introduced drivesthem railroad and Ad vertlslng making especial mention hot tJ good reading glO- ry success 1 li 7c c aKNwnaLaYawwf LY1wW 11eawj4 death dealiog awe for themselves leis index and dos that affair r- zP re met and end c M any her for er for a as 7S2 STATS OA9STA1 vodKnnOT A tow Holes Meda whis Taking Pe at PowopsThfttBe T Although Frankfort can be reached within a few days time from most point in the state num of Kentuckians who have never visited the seat of government is large It is more than like ly that the adverse criticism made by former visitors has something to do with the citizens remaining away but reason Kentuckians do not flock to Frankfort like they do to oth cities ot far less importance We fail to see why the people have it in the town for it is all right The people are sociable there are many handsome buildings and the residence portion is equal to that of any city much larger than Frankfort so we have to the conclusion that the only reason for the aversion to visit ing Frankfort is on account of the di lapidated outofdate tumble down hulls which serve as official buildings No Kentuckian can gaze upon the hulls without murmering few curse words at the law makers who have failed Each Legislature has introduced bills etc for the of erecting new houses but they went the most useful legisla lion goes and amounted to nothing If the present session does not take steps toward remedying the we are in favor of tarring and feathering every member A call at Gov Beckhams office found that clever gentleman as busy a bee a long line of callers adding to his already large task of work The Record has always said that Governor Beckham could he relied upon to do what he conscientiously believed to be right and the splendid he is giving bears out our Just now he being urged by many prominent citizens to allow his name to be presented for United States Senator and while he has not had much to say on the subject his friends may pick him up bodily so to speak and land him in the fight and that too to win The busiest man in Frankfort is Ed Leigh the clever and accommodating private secretary to Gov Although answering some ten questions per minute he keeps work up and finds time to exchange a few words with the many callers at the Executives office Some wonder Ed can do all this but when it is remembered that he once ran a newspaper the mystery is quickly solved Henry who has a heart as big as a half bushel measure was at his post attending to the duties of Treasurer with an alertness that would have done credit to one raised up m the office Mrs Lizzie Walcott nee McKeehas been appointed by Gov Beckham as matron at one of the State Asylums I r friends in this her old home will glad to hear of her success Garrards representative Hon S D Cochran is quite popular with all the members Mr Cochran as our people know is conservative the fact that he has gone along in a modest way kept his eye peeled but his eyes open has caused him be looked upon as one of the most liable members there He is of the committee Propositions and Grievances and a member of the Committees on Military Affairs Health and Louisiana Purchase Exposition In addition to this he was made a member of the special committee on fish and game laws boned elsewhere in this issue of Record Garrard has every reason to feel proud of her representative and the people can count on his doing what he believes to be right Senator George Farris or George as everybody in Frankfort calls him is one of the leaders in the Senate and among the most popular men in town When any measure comes up theres no difficulty in learning just where George standsand he done hesitate to say what he thinks His pet this term is the local option law one that can put whisky clean out of the county as one man expressed it Hereby hangs an interesting little story Before the meeting of the the whisky people were dead onto what Mr Farris was going to do The only way to block the game was by haying the committee to which the bill would naturally be re ferred Religion and Morals composed of men who would not report it back when once referred to them But Senator Farris has not been dabbling in public gatherings for naught so kept his eye peeled Wednesday morniug when the bill was returned from the and came up to the president for reference to committee SetiatorParris quietly asked the officer to refer it to the on Public Health Although made publicly Mr Farris did it in a manner which did not attract the attention of the whisky people and the referred the bill to a committee which will fair with the local option element We will not go into further detail only to state that the committee on Religion and Morals which Farris would have gone to is composed of two preachers one wholesale liquor dealer distiller and one saloon keeper It was apiece of generalship on the part of Mr Farris that has been complimented on both sides of the question A flood of bills have been ed some not worth the paper which they were written while a few ale of great Importance and should pass It is quite a lively session with little prospect for the usual injf A bill has been introduced for purpose of erecting new state buildings wbetscr Jt will oaas m mil ir I to yet the remarkably I disgusting old purpose way that definite outrage administration assertion is thousand how country Bosworth be chairman Public measure legislature printer presiding committee president tote Intro upon T 1 the some come Beckh gentleman bill one S- P4 J wool the butt y l 4 a and tore menThe =UP burr nout this ous will R we our of the jc Co i j w reui is tulja tei The buds Is spade Sf Intolllifont luoklrL won tho tall taut biI y s jrcml It Is In the power of session to do great things for Kentucky but whether it will do this or drop into the custom of previ bodies doing nothing worthy of attention remains to be seen Senator Farris was mado chairman of the Committee on Enrollment and serve on the following Munici polities Propositions and Grievances Agriculture and Manufacture and Claims orator of the House is Hon W Miller of Madison county re maked a member to the writer While knew none could compare with good friend yet it made us feel exceedingly good to hear the many compliments passed upon him A burn orator of rare intellect a dies terfield in manners and as clever a as the Allwise Being ever put the earth are sonic of the which have won for more friends than any man of equal years can boast of Jesse Alverson is making quite a rep as a law maker and has several important measures every night reading and pondering over bills introduced The members and state officials were exceedingly polite and kind to press boys and some made them selves solid on being placed before the people in a most favorable light Louis Landram A Very Clone Call I stuck to my engine although ev ery joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bella mva locomotive Iwas weak and pale without any ap petite and all run down As I was to give up Igot a bottle of Electr Bitters and after taking it I felt well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaran teed by McRoberts Price 50 cents 1m Fortunate is the man who does not have onehalf the trouble his neigh Q bors think he has Cured After Suffering 10 Year A B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Middletown 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent 0 dreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any perma x nent benefit He says One night Awhile feeling exceptionally bad I was S about to throw down the evening pa b per when I saw an item in the paper O1 regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspep sja Cure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better 5 after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than have been in years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintances suffering from stomach trouble Sold by F P Frisbie 1m f Wanted V A single man who can give good re Terence and is not afraid of work Must have a reasonaole education 15 per month and board to the right man Bastin Telephone Co tf Lancaster Ky S BEAZLEY G C FARIS Beazley Sfe FarisI Dentists Office over Thomp one store Danville at Dr Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville street Lan caster Ky two doors below Record Office always in attendance Consultation examination free Telephone No 61 Osteopathy treats wonderful success all curable diseases tf Cat Flowers We have made arrangements with will on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster The Markets LoUISVILLE KY JAN CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers Medium to good shipping steers Choice butcher steers Medium to good butchers Common to medium butchers Good to choice feeders Common to medium feeders Good to extra stock steers common to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heifers Common to medium stock heifers r Plain light mixed stockers Medium to good bulls Choice veal calves Common to medium calves HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 Medium packers 160 to 900 lbs Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs Choice pigs 90 to 120 lbs Good pigs so to 90 Ibs Boughs 150 to 500 lbs i SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fair Common to medium Bucks i Extra shipping lambs vBert butcher lambs CoamoattUeBdUmbg ft 25 S 78 4 15 3 SO 3 75 2 50 S 25 3 00 4 00 2 75 3 60 360 2 75 3 00 2 50 2 75 175 2 25 250 290 5 50 S 00 3 50 3 00 3 50 SCO 8 00 3 50 2 00 a 50 5 75 560 4689 688 R r fi l taQ t unusual I liThe fellow introduced Jesse is a hard worker and puts In half Re fireman BurlingtonIa about run down hun EJ W I I fthe Bastin Co whereby we Lexingtonflorist 9 25 tf 20 4 P 450 4 3 2 3 25 450 to 2 X t r Mill elemi i t upon characteristics Dicker a 0 Y 0042 25 90016x 410 460 4 40 fop 425 W good 50a p 0 0 0 a 70 Ottrry Moulding in and frame Pictures Neatly and promptly Try us MGRoberts Drug toro v s ij stock KINNAiRD INSURANCE AetnaQueen NationalHartford Oonueticut German American Phenix of Erookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Aetna LifeM Co QfEartfoFilConii Followin COIDvanies Palatine toned 0 TOS SPENCER Presd ai ana expert Accountant our lauds for limiting 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 Mahan Mrs N BAndersonR A Beazley Milt Ward Win Lear T L Broaddus Alex W Sutton V A Lear West- J GulleyMrsJMrs F M 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X1 Plows lII See Our new walking disc plow I I Harness I ISI0 s I fJflltlllltJWrlIqrI0Iflig l X r rcwravvi 42ji i r 0 t i- L I j frPO5TLEoo ooo y What children need is more models and fewer critics Climatic Cure The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the richpatient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Syrup 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 5me you will find that of the thous ands o consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 11 German l1 I use i Ignorance is far less odious than false affections 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 C C J E Stormes 1m Theres nothing more disgraceful than insincerity Only those get to heaven who help others get there In A Name Everything is In the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago low to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to nu merous worthless counterfeits Ask for genuine Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Honey hat DeWittsstbe A Its necessary to have some key in the house to ward off sudden at tacks of colds and pneumonia But you should take great care to get WHISKY Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for tso and pay all Express charges to your nearest ex press office Or we will send you One Gallon of our sixyearold abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 250 a two gallon jug in box 475 a three gallon jug in box 700 a fourgallon jug for 9 00 and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Safe Delivery and Entire SATISFACTION In Every Respect or Your Money Refunded Goes with every order And our guarantee Is always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey Is absolutely pure and a little better than any other at the price and we elect each customer a judge In the case If after you have triedit you dont find all our claims true you are at liberty to return it at our expense We will pay charges both ways and return nil your money even to the price of your postage You shant lose one cent by trying our goods if we fall to please you Make your remittance payable and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky fir A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order fl THE good whis GOOD PURE I 4 IL JNTER TIME I loyear old i 1 1 All things are easy to the earnest Children Poisoned Many children are poisoned and made nervous and weak if not killed out right by mothers giving them cough syrupscontaining opiates Foleys lion ey and Tar is a safe and certain for coughs croup and lung troubles and is the only prominent cough that contains no opiates or other poisons C C J E Stormes 1m A leader is never afraid of being Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbittof 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 In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption tuned despair Into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and Its con tinned use completely cured her Its Jthe most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaran teed Bottles 50c and 100 Trial bot tIes free at McRoberts drug store 1m Burden bearing brings blessing shay ing PaeumoHla and LaGrlppe Coughs cured quickly by and Tar Refuse substitutes C C J E Stormes im I r remedy medicine I Malone 1ic I l Jf y I gas I C Bar- Berton 4 tl m k M FoleY Honey i h 3S Sn s Sin sharpens sorrow Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man endur ing pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore 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 Piles too 25c at McRoberts 1m No man thinks of his life as a grind who has any grist worth grinding millionaire Poor Stomachs 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 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 the millionaire unless they avail themselves lof a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect diges thou It tones and vitalizes the system and makes life worth liv lag no matterwhat your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 Druggist I IP entire feet or than Gossip About V N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those W Art In Mr Jerry Respess has returned from the South Miss Lizzie Hudson is visiting tives in Danville Miss Helen Thurmond is visiting Mrs U D Simpson Capt W J Kinnaird of Middlesboro was here a few days Miss Dove Harris is visiting Mrs J T Baughman of Danville Mr W H Harris of Carlisle visited his parents here Sunday Miss Fannie Shugars who has been quite ill of tonsilitis is some better Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead has been visiting friends here for a few daysDr Gilbert has returned from a pleas ant visit to his home folks at Shelby yule Mr William Wherritt of New Or leans was here a few days the past week Miss Mattie Mae Robinson is in Danville the guest of Miss Cerena Dunn Mr W Y Curry of Kansas is at the bedside of his father Mr Theodore Curry Mr and Mrs Boeings have been Mr and Mrs Greory Richmond avenue Mr and Mrs R L Jennings and Mr I C Rucker of Paint Lick were in town TuesdayMr H Wherritt and wife leave next week for New Orleans to spend the winter Mr R E McRoberts has recovered from a tussle with grip and is back at his store Miss Mary Thompson has been her sisiter Mrs Jennings of Paint Lick Mr H B Northcott the hustling poultry man has been in Cincinnati on business Miss Lydia Champ of Paint Lick is the guest of Adams avenue Mr John Anderson of Hustonville has been visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Mrs Jacob Joseph left Monday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Fox of Eton Ohio Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise are in Frankfort visiting Senator Farris Miss Mary Lewis Grimes has ed home after spending several days with J D Davis bridal party at hotel Lexington Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville has been visiting her parents dore Currey and wife Miss Nellie Peyton one of our lar teachers has gone to her home In Lexington for a few days visit Miss Theo Hemphill spent several days at home this week It was the end of the first term of her college Miss Angle Kinnaird will entertain her many friends this Friday evening at her home on Lexington avenue Mr and Mrs W B Mason have from a visit to their daughter Mrs H C Falconer of Hillsboro Ohio Miss Mary Burnside leaves this week for Frankfort where she will attend a given by Miss Francis FoggWe are glad to note the condition of Mr Alex West who is very much Jm proved after being confined to his room for several days Mr W G Kemper cashier of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was here on business Tnesday and left The a nice order He believes in pat romzing home industries Louisville T C Gulley of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Rosa B Crow 1302 Third avenue and Miss Allie B Brown who is 111 at Norton Infirmary Mr W C Price was over from Dan villa Monday and made The Record ofllce a most pleasant call It is a pleasure to be in the company of a man like Mr Price one who gives words of timely advice and believes in uplifting instead of tearing down He was born and raised in Lancaster and has some friends who would go their length for him any time or any where Mr Wm Sutton died at his home near McCreary on the 13th Mr Sut ton was widely known throughout the county and had many warm friend He married Aug 18 1857 to Miss Mary A Barlow Five sons and two daughters were born to them Mr Suttou was a farmer and an honest good man He a hard working man one who attended to his own af fairs but was ever ready to help a nee dy The death of his son Morgan which occurred in Colorado some days since worried him greatly and he has been going down hill ever since happened The remains at the Lancaster Heed the teaching of adversity if you would avoid a second lesson A happy is the reflections of heaven v Jlir visiting visit- Ing R 111 Iss Sallie Danville re urn Leland Ir Theo returned Record TimesMrs Indeed cheer were Cemetery 1 P ref pop house party good Sutton was was brother that buried Dine a I j Business and Bargains Valentines hundreds of them at tf Tbompsonss Closing out all our Xmas goods cheap er call early the Jeweler Remember the goods we are closing out are spot cash tf Thompson the Jeweler Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 10 30tf Potts Bros agent for Ben and Harbison Lexington and Danville flor Ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf The HaseldenRoblnson Hardware Co Buggies Harness Saddles and Im elements Electric Ranges FastCooking Good Looking Low Prices All parties going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Closing out all our Books Toys and fancy goods as we take stock Feb 1st Come at for J C Thompson Lumber Have started my mill and will hays on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of everal years which is to your interest J B Conn Your account is due and we need the money All accounts not paid Jan 10th will add 6 per cent to them Thompson the Jeweler Coal Coal Austin at Bartons old stand carry stock of coal on band mfos They handle nothing best their prices are correct up No 104 and see what they will do for you ju10tf Bank Stock For Sale I have 14 shares of Citizens bank it Lancaster stock for sale desiring to purchase will Room 406 KyTitle Building Lou Isvllle Ky naming price that will be paid Bradley tf In order to make a change in our business we will close out our stock of Books Toys and fancy goods As we wish to make more room for our watches clocks jewelry silverware and spectacle business tf Thompson the Jeweler Clearance sVle of Box Paper We have a of paper where the box slightly soiled the paper is in conditien that we will sell for limited time only at cost Come early and get your choice Frisbies Iwug Store Special Notice I have moved my shop to rooms the Fox Studio where will be glad to see our friends and customers attention good razors and years of tit us to do best work Call on the old reliable Barber tf Henry Duncan 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 service J C Thompson tf Mill For Rent I offer my Planing and Grist Mill for rent on reasonable terms This is one of the best and most profitable plants in the country The is in good condition and the build ing is located near the depot making shipments easily handled Gallon or address me at Lancaster Ky V S Leavell 1 22 tt Special Announcement Beginning Jan 1st we offer for cash only our entire stock of dry goods hats caps shoes clothing we say cost i t be cost Owing to its being so staple an article we will retail groceries at the usual prices until the other isexhausted Remember these are for cash only or produce change A dissolution of th causes us to take this method i out the stock C D Powell Co A Insurance and Real Insurance I have moved to the second floor in Stormes Block adjoining J M Roth wells office where I will conduct a general insurance and real estate I represent the old Aetna Life of the the safest and M best dividend paying companies in the nation also health and accident insurance City or country property sold or leased on reasonable terms I will make it to your interest to see me Judge Hemp hill and I represent the Phoenix Fire Assurance Company of London Eng land tf M D Hughes Some men us of lead ones who forgot to get buried The art of keeping the mouth shut should be taught In every school T MEDICAL M TI7 Thompson 1 Ed C Gaines Is once bargain- stf experance before eaz y a tense at al a d ing National Anyone address WO F nJbe of oxes o IS pe eel actual tt under Polite the m os t prompt machinery notions and queensware When will sto k el bus- Iness GOLDEN DISCOVERY I t Coal butt e ly expel fence live remind I LOOpUVERLt1NGSx 1 d W P Buble bought pf C 0 1 horse for 980 Geo Spllman of Danville was over on business last week Mr Isaac Duncan and wife of Lin tonInd have been visiting at John Duncans Mrs Ike Leavell of Indiana is at the bedside of her mother Mrs Margaret Robinson Mr Hiram Linton died near here of tuburculosis and was buried atr Mt Olivet Saturday Cbas Scott celebrated his 42nd an niversary last Wednesday 34 friends and reatives were present and sat down to a table loaded with the deli cacies of the season Mr Veoch of Wilmore was In our village last Thursday buying horses The following sales were made A T Scott 2 horses 100 each Hugh 1 black horse 100 Mr Ferrel 1 bay mare 55 Sermon For Young Men Remember son that the world is older than you by several years that for thousands of years it has been so full of smarter and better young men than yourself that their feet stuck out of the dormer windows that when they died the old globe went whirling on and not one man in ten millions went to the funeral Dont be too for your father because he knows less than you do Remember the re ply of Dr Wayland to the student of Brown University it was an easy enough thing to make proverbs like Solomon wrote Make a few tersely replied the old man The world has great need of young men but no greater need than the young men have for it Your clothes may fit better than your fathers fit him they may cost more money and they are more stylish your is neater the cut of your hair is better Butyoung man the old gentleman gets the big gest salaryand his homely scrambling signature on the business end of a check will drain more money out of a bank in five minutes than you could get out of a ream of paper and a plate signature in six months Burdette PAINT LICK C Shumate is quite sick Jack Adams of your city was here SundayMr Ternll spent Sunday in DanvilleA gone to New York to lay in his new goods Mrs Nannie Devore of Richmond is the guest of The Richmond boys had a hop at W S Fishs new store house Friday nightMrs Cassie Butner died of consump tion on the ICth She had been sick only a short time She leaves a hus band and three small children who has the sympathy of the community BOURNE J H Turner bought a calf of Wilson Moore fur 25 Luther Ray bought a nice young horse last week for 175 Wm Duncan sold a pair of good mules last week for 240 Allan Ray bought a mule from Em mett Montgomery for 75 Miss Lucy Marsee visited the Misses Marsee of Marksbury recently Millard Ham visited Dan Cheatham and wife of Bryantsville Sunday Gilbert Turner sold three good work mules to Jessamine parties for 325 Mrs Leonard Nave remains quite ill at the home of her father Mr Ray Doc Jackson of Bryantsville was the guest of Mr Sam Morford and fam fly Sunday W D Marsee and son Jackson of Middlesboro visited his mother Mrs Nancy Marsee last week If you want the best goods at the lowest prices call on Sanders Mor ford successors to J B Bourne Misses Rovesta Turner and Loa Duncan spent a part of last week with Noah Marsee and family at Mc Creaiy J P Ham has erected a new dwelling on the farm he purchased of J E Sher row and will move there this week We gladly welcome Mr Ham into our x Kentucky Finances never been in as good as it is to day Ac to Auditor Coulters report ere is a net balance in the Treasury all warrants and checks of 150549765 This is the largest amount that the State of Kentucky in Its history of 112 years has had on hand at the end of any year and the largest sum of money which has ever confronted a General Assembly in the history of the State All of the asyl urns house of reform asylum for the and dumb blind asylum and pen itentiaries have all paid up to the end of the year and all general claims against the State are thorough ly paid up there being only a few claims and small amounts in the office unaudited Eighty per cent of the school fund to the various schools has been paid The remaining 20 per cannot be paid under law until Jacoary so that this cash balance Is a legitimate one there be ing no outstanding or unpaid claims demands against it Many a who owes something to himself refuses to pay it yery BID doeaat kaow UJUTN VJSrl1 j sorry mustache copper III trldge has relatives here I I Allan S 0 9 0 S midst I 0 condition of 4 or PaJ tlpyr r Ruble Christopher who said exclusive deaf been common cent the man There are few the that everi a young 7t v y M 1 Take your prescriptions to PRISBIES s 1 PHARMACY I 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 FRISBIBSNorth side Public Square I ThatSmooth 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 N LAUNDRY 5i 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky I 1reeft 1oov MADE BY THE MAWS SHOE n- PATDCI2 Ie99 AND OTHER PATENTS PENDING J MFg c0 We are making a specialty of the Bootee It cannot be equaled B L JENNINGS PAINT LICK Dry Goods Clothing Furnishings Hardware Furniture above B Stands for Dread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Davidsons Our bread can be relied upon as much a cup defender Reliance I II fl tit THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER 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 M Call erly 4 2 2 2 2 vO OppOOA LEWIS Y President LEAYELL J S ROBINSON t iVice Pre ORGANIZED 883 The GfflZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAl fcM SURPLUS f M B F HUDSON Cashier WOEiaNKTA8gtCashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention 4 Lewis YLeavell JS Robinson Walker Arnold 1 DIRECTORS 1J r T M 1 e 4 i r A 4 1 B1 Hudson 3t JUKI One Mlaute One Minute Cough Cure Rives relief n one minute because it kills the mi crobe which tickles thejnucous Vnem fcane causing the cough and at the clears the phlegm draws out the inflamation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Min ute Cough Cure strengthens 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 is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by F P Frisbie lin STONE Delayed Letter Mr John Roberts bought of Elsbury Osborn twenty barrels of corn for 2 50 per barrel- J D McMillin sold a lot of corn for per barrel Mr Sam Duncan and wife visited James Inster and famlly at nigh Bridge recently- F N Folger bought of Clayton a horse for 65 M S Thompson and Curt Farther gill sold their crop of tobacco for 7J centsC Sanders bought of Wm Case 10 bushel hemp seed for 125 Clay Fowler sold his crop of hemp seed to H A B Marksbury Sun for 2 per bushel A THe Pocket Doctor Never in the way no trouble to car ry easy to take pleasant and never falling in results are Little Early Risers A vial of these little pills in the vest pocket is a certain guarantee against headache billious ness torpid liver and all of the ills re suiting from constipation They ton ic and strengthen the liver Sold by F P Frisbie lin Land Stock Crops J W Newman bought S T Hamp tons crop of old hemp 20000 pounds at 6 per 112 pounds At John Bar tons sale of Shorthorn cattle Wednes day 50 head sold at an average of 65 Cjnthiana Democrat Hiblcr Bros bought of Quincy Ward his export cattle at 425 C M Clay sold to Hibler Bros 30 1300 Ib cattle at 415 Hibler Brosshipped 250 hogs averaging 175 pounds that cost 4 Kentuckian Robert Daugherty will engage in rearing Angora goats on his farm on Cedar Creek near Elizabethtown lie already has 300 head on his fram and expects to receive 500 head more short ly Within a few years he expects to have a herd of 4000 or 5000 The Hopkmsville Kentuckian says The farmers of Kentucky are just be ginning to realize what it is to have no market for acrop of tobacco worth millions of dollars The Regie trust and the Continental trust hive done the business and to top it off the courts have decided that tobocco is not a necessity and therefore ex empt from operations of antitrust lawsVK Shipp sold W H Whaley Jr17 head of 1300 pound cattle at 435 Monday Thomas McClintock Sons and McIntyre McClintock sold 40 head of mules Earl Ferguson sold to W H Whaley Jr his pacing mare 215J at a good price J D Booth purchased of J W Calvert his crop of 22000 pounds of tobacco at 11 News The Pennsylvania Railroad Co put out 50000 young locust trees this year Next year It will 100000 in the spring and 200000 in the fall and the next spring 600000 This timber is to be used for ties and being intimated that the Interstate Commission is about to order a fencing of railroads in such a way as to keep tresspassers off their rights of wayNot a single cattle feeder in my county made a dollar last year said Charlton Alexander of Paris in an interview in the Cincinnati Enquirer Wednesday Thousandsof cattle are fattened in Bourbon county every year and last year the number was unusually large but the bottom dropp ed out of the market and the cattle which should have been sold for ex cellent prices hardly brought the val their feed We hope for better things yearA At Stake 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 1m FOP Sale Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky Estrayed Pale red steer with horns weight about 905 pounds Left my farm at Paint Lick about Nov 1st Informa tion thankfully received and reward for return Ernest Woods Paint Strong Is the man who knows weakness Bomestle Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can by having Dr Kings New Life Jills around Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liv er troubles Theynot only relieve you but cure 25c at McBoberts Drug- Store ini c sam time I l 250 Preston DeWitts centsParis Ida K centsBourbon putout fencingit Commerce ueof Lick Ky J ltt belessened 32cr I y 4 r PliEACUEUSyiLLK Mr LK King and family was here first of the week W B Bennett has returned home from Whitley county JB Hutchins bought a fine horse from Wm Sprinkles for 105 Mrs A Thompson is confined to her bed with cold and grip Mr S H Thompson has been in Rock castle county for a few days on busi nessMr Eb Kennedy of Stanford was with Mr Grove Kennedy and family first of the week Miss Lizzie Pettus has been sister D Holt zclavv at Crab Orchard for a few days Rev RF Jordan and Miss Lucy will go to Somerset this week to attend the missionary institute Mr Bascom Archer and children of Somerset came over Sunday to see who got her foot hurt Mr E Foley bought a load of hogs last week it from 4 to 49c and them to Williamburg last Mrs Charity King who has been in Texas and Oklahoma for a year has returned here and joined her husband and son On last Saturday night about four a m MrsJ FHoltzclaw passed away peacefully to the great beyond Sho retired at night in reasonable health awoke at three oclock coughing and died in a short time In the midst of life we are in death A grand good woman is gone we extend our sympathies to husband and all friends The funeral was preached by BroCar michael and the remains were laid to rest in Lancaster Cemetery MARKSBUltY Mr Kelley has opened his black smith shop Mrs S A Norris has been quite sick for several days Mr Sparks daughter has been sick with pneumonia Little Miss Patsy Burdett has recov ered from her recent illness Messrs Joe and Jean Aldridge of Lancaster visited friends here Sun dayMrs Taylor Burdett of Bryautsville was entertained Friday by Miss Rose AldridgeA from here attended the fuueral or Mrs Tom Woods at Thursday Mrs Will St Clair of Louisville is spending several weeks with relatives in Garrard county Miss Wade Lee Parks of Marcellus was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Willie Mae Stallings Mr L B Hughes left last week for Stanford where he has accepted a with Mr Hughes Aldridge The members of the Fork church met Thursdty with Mrs W M Stal lings and completed a quilt for the Orphans Home They also packed a nice box for the orphans Mr Sam McColIon li very sick of consumptionMrs has been very sick with scarlet fever is some better Miss Linda Carter who has had the typhoid fever is some better Miss Lena Roop is visiting Mrs R H Turner of Silver Creek Mr Armstrong who has been very sick is able to be out again Miss Burnice Broadus and Robert Clark of Teatersville were married at the brides cousin Mrs C S Roop Figures on Voting There are according to the census 21329819 men of voting age in the United State Of these 16227285 are natives and 19406143 are white There are 2000000 colored voters In the last presidential eleection there were 13859443 votes cast which means that over onethird of all voters of le gal age failed to vote There are 5000000 voters of foreignbirth in the United States The number who do not vote increases every year Also the number of independent vote the number of independent voters The illiterate vote is large but is steadily reducing itself The most striking fact of these figures is that one man in every three refuses to vote at all Apparently the right of suffrage is not valued as it should be As to Pistol Toters The Legislature cannot make the law too severe on the pistol toters Tney are the main causes of all the serious troubles among menas well as women As long as the laws are as slack on this character of crime as what they are and as long as men who are caught with them are allowed unpunished as much as they are just so long will the time of our courts be taken up in trying murder cases It is the duty of our law makers as far as possible to prevent the carry ing of concealed weapons and to this end they should amend the laws so as to make the punishment more severe Such would be much better for society and the protection of life Mayfield Messenger Depews Eight Rules Senator Depew who has been a very successful man says to young men fDont marry till you can afford it Dont eat too much Dpnt drink or smoke Get an education if you can Never be satisfied Study your health Shun political office Take reasonable exercise and recreation r Mrs B MIl- er MrsArcher II Danville position I CARTE RSYILLE to- go 1 h s wither shipped Saturday Wednesday Also 1 Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is visiting relatives in this vicinity was communion services at the Presbyterian church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Adelia Woods of Stanford has been visiting her brother J 1 HigginsMr Ovvsley of Hubble has been with his cousin Ed Walker for several days Mr and Mrs J II White of Lincoln county spent several days with her parents this week Misses Jennie Higgins and Fanny Royston visited Miss Georgia Dunn last week Miss Dunn has been sick for several weeks but has improved A Uniform Fee At the request on the signed peti tion of promlnsnt breeders State Auditor Gus GCoulter is preparing a bill to be presented to the Legislature fixing the stui fee of every stallion at fifty dollars license per year The law now in force requires a breeder to pay as a license for his stallion whatever the service fee is and the tax is unus ually heavy on the owners of horses that command a fee of 250 or 300 The idea is to fix the fee at a sum which will be no hardship on a to pay no matter whether his horse does a paying outside business or not Klrksvllle Items Richmond Climax Rev J M Bruce pastor of the Baptist church has gone to Texas His church has granted him a vacation on account of his health lie expects to visit Dr and Mrs L B Oldhain in MuskogeeIndian Territory before his return home which will about the first of March Dr John Snowden has rented the store room of Miss Nettie L Pond and has fitted up an elegant olllce He will give our community the benefit of the X ray machine which is a great blessing to suffering humanity Dr Snowden is a skillful physician and surgeon and comes to our town highly recommend ed liar Fever Accounted For learned profersor has discovered that a sneeze is the explosion ofan unnecessary idea makes it plain why some people have hay fever Baltimore AmericanTHE And tire Unfortunate Rlehteon Con of Thing in General Notwithstanding the philosophy of Job and despite all the teachings of history every fresh illustration of worldly success on the part of wicked men and of disaster to the rich many minds says the Boston Congregationalist A Napoleon of corners a market and amasses a fortune in a day A tragic accident removes in an instant an Emma Booth Tucker Lingering disease fastens upon an Alice Gordon Gulick and thousand on both sides the Atlantic ask why these royal women are taken away from interests which so much need their strong guiding arms Look ing upon a world in which God allows such things to take place day by day we ask why are they permitted why this seeming success of the wicked and these great apparent reverses to the forces of the righteous But it betrays a limited view of life when one is troubled by such painful contrasts If accurate statistics could be gathered it would be found we think that the righteous prosper rela tively no less than the wicked Who fills our jails workhouses and hospi tals Are there not as many well dressed people in a gathering of church attendants as in the average public Religion fosters thrift and economy and kindred traits which are the foundation of prosperity He who promised His disciples that all things should be added unto them never intended that they should fall utterly behind in the race of life and be to a man victims of misfortune and disasterIt also a superficial view of life to be troubled by these marled contrasts We do not know our fel iowmen well enough to judge most of them by their exterior appearance The rich have troubles of their own Who knows what secret sorrow may be eat ing the heart out of some one who has reached the pinnacle of earthly success and popularity On the other hand the poor and they that mourn and the lonely often have peculiar compensa tions As Bryant sings For God who pities man hath shown- A blessing for the eyes that weep But the crowning reason why we should not fret ourselves because of evil doers is that it is contrary to the precepts and spirit of Christianity ask or expect that God should special exemption for the speedy punishment to the eviL a world it would be if Christians thus command every outward benefit at the hand of Almighty God In ear Her times houses lands and herds were the mark of Gods favor but Je sus taught that it was enough for the disciple that he should be as his Master To gauge a mans dearness to his Heavenly Father by what that Father does for him in material blessings or spares him from of sorrow is to lose the entire perspective of the Christian Gospel The one thing God wants to do with us is to make us partakers of His own nature In this process of securing likeness to Himself it has pleased Him to use discipline chasten ing defeat bereavement as means whereby the earthy the sensual and the sordid elements in us are refined away until the pure gold of character remains If in bringing His many children into glory It pleases Him to make the captain of their sal vation perfect through suffering who are we to crave exemption rom the same Divine method Not the pros perous wicked man alienated from God is to be envied but the unfortu nate righteous man for his the token of Gods lov lug purpose him I There I e GaloskeyA I PetoskeyThat WICKED clulona Reached by a Sune perplexes business Industry to prod theme maybe 9 TrTz5 ME breeder 0 View assembly very misfortune for S f3 2 3S I A PIG ili A POKE c chase of something value is unknown KS No one who buys Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is 4 zs S 2 SZ3 Euying a pig in a poke is the proverbial expression for a pnru whose purchasing a medicine of unproved or p It always helps It almost always cures Thousands of men and women who have been cured by the use of this medicine testify to a perfect restoration of health and strength by its use Dr Pierces Golden Medical i cures diseases of the stomach and 2 It cures dyspepsia catarrh of the stom p ach and other forms of disease popularly known as stomach trouble It builds up the body with firm flesh not flabby fat j About ten years ago I began to afflicted s j with catarrh of stomach also uiarrhea 3 writes Mr Vm Walters of Antrim Mo j9 Was troubled so often that I sometimes 5 Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I got six bottles and took five succession tIreS 58 thought I would wait for a time and take the 3 one Soon found I had symptoms of the nd it me I have enjoyed the best of J health this summer and all belongs to Golden Medical Discovery I cant 58 doubtfulvalue other organs of digestion and nutrition thought my end had come Tried many reme but they only temporary relief In 1 November J899 try Doctor So trouble coming back so took bottle 3 Discovery gave I i IS express my many thanks to Dr Pierce for his remedy for it did so much for sfr IS me cannot express what I suffered the trouble was so severe W Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There i c is nothingjust as good for diseases of the stomach blood and j S FREE Dr Pierce Common seas Medical Adviser fa sent FREE CS OH recntpt of stsmpm to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send 21 1 onecent stamps for the hook In paper covers or 31stamps for the V fe clcthbound volume Address Dr R V Pferca Buffalo N Y j J SiW S S lungs 1- l 1 1 ktkt r kt kt 8 A Terrlbl Lady to Chinese is It true that you Chinese servants have a trade union should discharge you without paying We tioycotte you But suppose instead of a China man I should get a girl Chinee union payee policeman to nottee flirtee N Y Weekly Xot Exactly Dlbllcnl Fighting again eh said the stern parent havent I taught you that if should smite thee upon the right cheek But father protested the boy fortunately he hit me first on the left cheek so I soaked him good and hard on the Standard and Times Aftcriuntli There are no thornless roses Theres fuzz on all the peaches And every time a banquets given Theres bound to be some speeches Chicago Dally News RESPONSIBILITY DEFINED Power servantJohn JohnYesseeSuppose anyone rightCatholic m t Whats the meanln of responserbilr ity JimmyOh suppose as yer had two spender buttons on yer pants an one cum orf wy all the responserbility ud be on the other N Y Times Gratified hoping for something to turn up he said As he entered her house to propose And scarce had he made her an offer to wed Than she spitefully turned up her nose N Y Telegram Vindication Father says that Algernon hasnt any idea of the value of money she plaintively Yourfather wrongs him answered Miss Cayenne I have observed that Algernon never proposes to anybody heiresses Washington Star t tier view What a beautiful sunset said the dreamer What glorious red The whole heavens seem aflame with living fireYes replied the prosaic worldly minded female its Just the color of my new Life A Compromise Thaltto see a big woman and a lit ought to be taller than the larries Ise he ought to have a lot of r Chicago Post Father said the little boy what is grafterA my son Is a man who goes after other peoples money on a comparatively small scale and gets caught at Stat Foresight Didnt you marry me to honor and I did not I said obey out loud but you can just bet I put a dis before it under my breath Cincin nati Commerlcal Tribune Om the Quiet He I wish I dared kiss you She Did you er ever kiss a girl He Never I swear itShe Then you may kiss me A man who will lie like that is to be trusted Cincinnati Enquirer Living Proof 4 Smlthers believes In the old Tell me what you eat and I will tell what you are So do I I have always said Smith ate thistles arid hay CinciaBaU TimesStar V- Im exclaimed except dressBrooklyn ted Not a Promoter 1 itWashington obeyIndeed statement era 7ch f r 1x One Woman Obeys He after the wedding Urn my love these bills are piling up at a rate but of course my angel with your large income you are willing and no doubt anxious to help me pay them She I Why my dear I havent a centWha On my second marriage all my money went to my late husbands relatives Eh Wha why didnt you say so You particularly requested me never to mention my late your Y Weekly A Very Xlce Im not given to flattery drawled Mr Staylate I dont make a point to say nice things to girls No Im sure that was a nice thing you said to me earlier in the evening replied Miss Bord with a yawn What was that remarked that you didnt have long to stay you know Philadelphia Ledger Would Did it ever occur to you queried the Mt Auburn citizen that there are a thousand good talkers in the world good thinker Yes replied the Norwood and Ive often thought what a de IIghtful old world this would be if the order was reversed Cincinnati En quirer Mr Slimpurse feeling his way Your charming daughter tells me that she is an excellent cook and housekeeper- Old Lady calmly Yes I have had her carefully taught for I have always held that no lady who does not under stand housekeeping can properly direct a retinue of Y Weekly A Libel Refuted Is it true that you act under from the great corporation- It is emphatically untrue replied Senator Sorghum with indignation I think I can claim by this time to know just about what a corporation wants without any instructions whatever Washington Star What lie Would Do Henry she asked it you do if brigands should steal me and demand a million dollars for my Id try to earn the money as a day laborer honest I would replied Mr Henpeck with a serious look Chicago RecordHerald Funny World Crawford I notice they are all the time eliminating studies in the colleges Yes and finding new things to teach in the public schools Puck A Forgery Bessie This excuse dont look like your mothers writing Bessie Thats funny I copied It as as I could Chicago American fearful husbandin presenceN Thing I You I It I Philosopher I CoIl Comrort servantsN I Instructions ransom Crabs TeacherWhy close o S Certainly tone wool This If your Druggist have not got Di Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Eemembei this Bemedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing i l Je 3 1 rcr g stEvidedce of Faith U E Jncllobcrl Guarantee that Ilyom i el will Cure ike Worst Clue oiCaturili lu Liiiiicufctcr When one of the most reputable concerns in Lancaster guarantees that a medicine will effect a cure or he will refund the money speaks volumes as to the merits ol Jiat remedy It is in this way that R E McRoberts is selling Hyomei the treatment that has made so many remarkable cures of both acute and chronic catarrh in Lan caster and vicinity Hyomei is not a pill it a liuid that has to be taken with a tablespoon or wineglass Just breathe it by the aid ofan inhaler that comes in every outfit and ben efit will be seen from the first treat mentIt all germ life in the air passages and lungs and and purifies the blood with ad tional ozone It cures catarrh ol the head and throat or of the stomach liver and kidneys Where ever muscous membrane contains catarrhal germs there Hyomei will do its work of healing When using this taeatment the air you ureaine will be louud like that on cue inouiiums hijjli above the sea level where grows balsamic trtea and plants wiiich maKe the an Pure uy giving oil volatile anusep tic fragrance tnac is healing to tile organs A complete Hyomei outfit costs out IOU and includes an inhaler dropper and sullicieiit Hi omei lor several weeks treatment Remember that it Hyomei does not cure you McRoberts will rt lund your money This a good time to cure catarrh by this nature al method and prevent catarrha colds that are so common at tuis it enriches respii is easou I I I I t s lIons awry The Ship of Health that brings you glad tidings Get the Habit Take Life Plant And Get Well and all blood diseases quickly and permanently cured by LIFE PLANT the greatest blood purifier and tonic known to the medical world All diseases arise from impure blood Cure the blood and you cure the dis ease That is just what Life Plant does Our guarantee is NO PAY Then Why Suffer Longer Colllmvood Ohio Nov 19 1JOl Life Plant Company Canton O Gentlemen nn to Nay tied I feel that your medicine Is n wonderful blood purifier At IriiKt it has done a great fur me Will you send my lather four bottles Send them to Scla U Yours truly ANTHONY Ij X1XOX- 1astor M K Church Manufactured ouly by LIFE PUNT CANTON OHIO RheumatismCatarrh CURENO CO- d A A44 50 YEARS qEXPERiENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c ending n aketf h and description may quicklr ascertain our opinion an Invention Communion HANDBOOK on Patents ncf ptcunni patents Scientific American Branch Office C3 F St Washlnitton C Pneumonia follows La Grippe but noyer follows tho use of In probably o without chnne A handsomely mustratld weekly Tsrrrest cit ulattot of nllY clettliC Journal lcrn n a ear Crour mont 1 Sold b1 all CO3GIBroadwar New York D LA GRiPPE r Is ent free Cutest latents token aluiixi tSo receive pectalnotlce lathe newidealer- sMUNN Honey and Tar It stops the Cough and heals the lungs Prevents 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KODOL FOR c cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach cures Indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troublesallstomach accelerates the action of the gas trio glands and gives tone to tho digestive organs relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to full free and action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain a is the wonderful remedy that la making so many sick people well and strong giving to bodies all of the nourishment that is con talned in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2K times the trW size which sells for SOc Pnian taly ty E C DWltT CO CB1CAM Sold by F P Frisbie KILLTHE COUGH CURE THE LUNGS Discovery lAND WITH Drm New is ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Time in effect 4INor i6 Price 50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK LJ Direct Connection at Danville For Cincinnati New Orleans Atlanta Shreveport Chattanooga Birmingham Asheville Jacksonville and Texas Points For inforrrfation and 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