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CENTRAL RECORDFIFTEENTH YEAS LANCASTER KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 1904 i NUJlIBBB3l THE II Pure Water Iii INSURES rn 1lT keep your cistern m birds Ii bugs and trash 113 of all i use IHa l I Filtorl I 0 1HASBLDHN Nlr 11 aUf pir I 6oodllea1th free from leaves nests 11 kinds d Holidays and have a large new of Xmas Goods arriving daily such as Hand Carved Parlor and Hall Chairs foibranj Tables Writing Centre Tables Etc Hall and Stand Lamps Carben Water Color and Christy pictures natural wood frames Prices right Come and see Successors toJA Beazley Co I The are Here I we Desks Hamilton Dunlap dine A e Y MADE BY filE MANSS SHOE crPAT DEC IZ 1699 OTHER PATENTS PENDING I C 600li MFG c0- ra AND Wehave handled the above BOOTEE for FIVE YEARS Our sales on them now are three times greater than at first R L JENNINGS Paint Lick RL DAVIDSON I Attorney At Iaw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I N aCE 1 Local Notes Hear Fountaine Fox Bobbitt at court house Monday night Attend the Thanksgiving services at Christian church this morning Remember the C W B M doll and candy sale at post office Dec 9 and 10 Wanted Rifle An oldtime squirrel rifle with horn Apply at The Record office New Bryantsville Lodge F A M initiated halt a dozen candidates night which will give them work for many meeting nights to come The C W B M will have a doll and candy sale at the post office Dec 9 and 10 Here is a chance to get the very best of Xmas gifts and at same time patronize a worthy cause tf School Closes Today The Graded Schools will close this Wednesday afternoon for Thanks giving and will not work until Monday morning Prof Mannix is to be commended for his thoughtful ness of the who get to much cran berry sauce and turkey today Extra Corn Mr T B Walker who is one of the best farmer sent his broth er in Jessamine 325 ears of the best seed corn we ever saw They weigh 405 pounds or 5 bushels and 55 pounds being 56 ears to the bushel it was raised on Mr Walkers farm 3Speaklng Monday Night Hon Fountain Fox Bobbitt the Cicero of the Mountains will speak at the court house next Monday night subject Law If you to hear a good speech be there He will some time to reminiscencesof his mountain practice Everybody Should Be Elected In last issue of the Richmond pa pers Mr Clarence E Woods announces as a candidate for mayor of that city Citizens of any town should never make the mistake of putting anyone in the mayors chair but a man who has the towns interest at heart is for improvements and always ready to take hold of any effort to bring about good for his town Then again he should be a man of unquestioned sterling integrity and above in every way Clarence Wood fits this description like der paper on der vall and we believe the citizens will place him on the woolsack in the mayors chair by the largest majority a mayor has ever received in that hos pliable flourishing little city I powder I I resume In Garrard want devote Invited I honesty I reproach Monday urchins e OOTEES Honest Mike BOOTS and SHOES Walkover Shoes Florsheim Shoes A great line of LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS SHOES Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods low prices See our Swell line of OVERCOATS t Terms Strictly fill LOGAN r r I S II tII II II 111 o I t II II lIt 4 ldI u 1 oA iosar Vahf A r rs MMAIarM EUELL I I r e cat f Cash F T The new members of the Committee were chosen Saturday They will meet and organize Monday the complete list being given in next Issue of The Record We Appreciate This Sure In renewing her subscription to The Record a Louisville lady adds May you live long and prosper and contin ue to edit your clean paper which is fit for any member of the household to read not one line having appear ed in its to cause sorrow to a single heart Big Improvements Zimmers is now second to none in the state in pre paring the best meals and bread An immense range has been placed in the kitchen on which to prepare meals and anything in the eating line can be served in less time than it takes to tell it They have1 also installed a new bake oven of the latest type It is an immense affair and no bakery in cen tral Kentucky can boast of one as good This restaurant is one of the best and most convenient of Lancaster enter prlses and Mr and Mrs Zimmer de serve great praise for the splendid manner in which itlis conducted Daughters of the Confederacy The meeting held for the purpose of organizing a chapter of the Daugh ters of the Confederacy was held Mon day afternoon and a very large num ber attended and became members Mrs Graham Price of Danville insti tuted the chapter and fourteen names were enrolled Meetings will be held every month due notice will be given through columns of the Record The following officers were chosen Mrs Alex Doty president Mrs H C Her ring vice president Miss Susie Hatch er treasurer Mrs J A Royston cor secretary Mrs S C Denny recording secretary and Miss Fannie Doty historian There are quite a number of ladies eligible to membership and it is believed many new names will be added to the next meeting The Berea College Case Nicholas ville Journal Considera ble commotion was created in Nlcho lasville Monday when it was known that Hon John G Carlise of New York City was in town Mr Carlisle in connection with Guy W Marion of Cincinnati and Mr Curtis Burnam of Richmond had come here to repre sent Berea College in argument of de murrer to indictment for maintaining a coracial inssitption which is in conflict with a law enacted by the last General Assembly Bol h Mr Carlisle and Mr Mallon presented their side of the question before Judge Benton en deavoring to show that such a law was unconstitutional represented the commonwealth At the conclusion of the arguments both sides agreed to the filing of demurrer and were given until Dec 20th to file briefs the case to come up for trial at February term of Madison Circuit Court The Thanksgiving Table Something colonial by way of deco ration is always in order on this day A pretty centerpiece may be made of wheat and small artificial pumpkin the wheat bought at the florists in a set piece will need to be opened and rearranged in a small sheaf sheaves may be set down the length of the table if it is sufficiently long and the yellow may be still further carried out in bonbons and in the can dies and shades and the ices may be served either in little pumpkins or may be molded in that shape A tiny card bearing the name of the guest may be tied with yellow ribbon around the neck of a small turkey and put before each cover These turkeys by the way come at all prices and in variety from the little feathered fowl which costs but a few cents to a really artistic irridescent bronze bird which will serve as a paper weight la ter on The colonial idea may be suggested in the made of black paper in the form of quaint hats such as John Alden wore a spray or two of the wheat may lie un der each hat with good effect Har pers Bazar Death of Brilliant After several days suffering from a stroke of paralysis Col Wm C P Breck inridge peacefully breathed his last at his home in Lexington Saturday night Col been ill for some time considered in immediate danger until a few days prior to the final summons In his death the state loses one of its most illustrious sons a man whose name will go down in the history of the state as one of its most useful brainy and best citizens Conceded to be the best and most eloquent orator the state ever produced a lawyer whose opinions never doubted a friend whose faithfulness was never possessed of a heart as tender as a childs a Christian and a gentleman in every sense of the word were char acteristics which went to make up a citizen whose memory the people will ever cherish Although prominently identified with state and National politics he was free from indulgence in the politics of today and in all the able and brilliant editorials he wrote there never appeared one word to wound the feelings of any man He was noble kind great and his loss is mourned by the people or Kentucky Funeral services were conducted at Lexington Monday and the remains Interred by the Masons and Coafeder ate oowrades ever column restaurant for faclltles B A Crutcher sherbert cups Man Bre ri Democratic Smaller every btitwwa not were questioned b Popular Lancaster Citizens Discuss Important Matter JOSEPH Ill tell you Tyro if the price on provisions continues togo up I dont know what I will do At thepresent scarcity of foodstuffs a fellow can scarcely get hold of enough to keep soul and body together Imlosing flesh every day MILLER Its the same with me Jake However I generally get hold of a big fat gobbler every Thanksgiving Former Lancaster Boy Injured Lancaster friends will regret to learn of the injury received by Mr Vernon Miller the handsome son of Capt W S Miller at Knoxville last week Mr Miller in his desire to ren der assistance at the library fire in that city placed himself in a hazard ous position while trying to a large glass door to admit the firemen with a stream of water In so doing his right hand was so badly cut that it was first thought it would have to be amputated but the skill of the best surgeons will save the member the tendons are uniting nicely and we are glad to say the use of the hand will be fully restored Vernon has a nice position with the wholesale house of Briscoe Bros Co having been with the firm for about three years Although a mere boy when he left Lancaster yet he has many friends here who remember him with mach interest and are glad to learn that he will recover from his injuries The Worst Drouth Ever Known We have tried to find some citizen who remembers a more serious drouth than the one we are now suffering from but even the oldest inhabitant fails to tell of a time when it was more difficult to find water for both man and beast Some idea can be had of the severity of the drouth when we state that farmers living five and six miles out on the Lexington pike are compelled to haul from Dix three miles from town on the Danville pike Geo Smith the rural route carriergoes out Richmond pike and makes a circuit of twenty two miles over turnpikes and there is only one place on the entire trip where drinking water can be obtain ed Not more than a dozen cisterns in town are open for business while the springs have shut up shop com pletely There is from eight to ten feet in the water works lake however but this is used very sparingly An independent spring the one spoken of in a recent issue of The Record is water for the hydrants and the supply it furnishes is remarkable indeed Neighboring towns are in far worse condition than Lancaster in this section having closed down its water plant While the people are giving thanks today it would be well enough to set apart a po rtion of the service to pray forrain Get In a HURRYLa- st Ohamce to St Louis The greatest fair In the worlds history is drawing to a close and If you are going a quick decision Is necessary If you dont want to regret It the balance of your dajs you had better make up your mind quickly and go From an educational standpoint no one can afford to miss the Worlds Fair at St Louis and only a short time remains in which to see it yon can it for half what It cost a month ago Everything on the Pike it reduced to about half price Hotels and lodgings offer cheaper rates Yon should go President Roosevelt will be there and extra preparations and attrar tions are offered the last week Get your ticket over The HENDERSON the only line that offers Free Reclining Chair Cars ON ALL ST LOUIS TRAINS Dining Cars Chair Cars Observa lion Parlor Cars Pullman Cars Our Reputation for First the Safest Schedules and for being Invariably On hiss been Established and If want Comfort in travel the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit In purchasing your tickets IJIBWING- BNL PASSENGER AOKNT force open everyone see j JOY river furnishing ROUTE Sleeping the Equipment Time you Get t Sportsmen report birds plentiful but the dry ground makes it almost impossible for the dogs to find them Eld Tinders subject for Sunday ser mons at Christian church 1045 Church Going 715 The Making of a Criminal In Tuesdays Interior Journal Ed Walton tells of a negro stealing a stove from a church If the stove was red hot Eds coon has broken the worlds record The Brooks Bres evangelists have just closed a revival at Fulton Mo with 232 additions to the church They are now holding a meeting at Glasgow Ky The missionary rally at the Chris tian church on the 29th promises to be a great occasion There will be niany distinguished speakers present among them Miss Oldham of Japan A cor dial invitation is extended to the pub lic generally to the cnurches of the town and county There will be no collection of money 9 Wanted A young man with at least one years experience as salesman of Dry goods Notions Boots and Shoes Car pets Womens and Mens Furnishing or Clothing Must be quick and reso OLDHAM Buos Co Mt Sterling Ky Miss Jennie Arnold will open a boarding house at her home on Danville street January 1st 1905 Those wishing comfortable homes for the winter should address her at 3065 Finney Ave St Louis Will be in Lancaster about Dec 10th 1118tf DR SID ISBELL OSTEOPATH Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and Examina tion free All diseases both Acute and Chronic success fully treated Call and see me 2t select COSTto Ladies Ready to Wear Skirts for Less Than Cost We have marked some lines of Dress Goods down less than cost Some lines of a Cloaks Less Than Special Values We are offering some special values in Hosiery Uuderwear Faciriators Blankets Comforts Outing Cloth and Flanneletts THE p LESS THAN I eGsr Logan Dry COMPANY Goods 5F WE HAVE NOWe have the Handsomest Swellest and Best stock of DRY GOODS CLOAKS FURS UNDERWEAR COMFORTS BLANKETS LADIES SHOES HOSIERY and in fact everything to be found in an uptotheminute dry goods store We sell at reasonable prices and resort to no fake sales or other tomfoolery to attract crowds to our store In other words we rely upon 0t I eV f v t FAKE SALES I I I I rhe J CO ww r 4ti I L merits nraar ilivvva CENTRAL RECORD Issued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the in Lancaster Ky a SecondClatS Mali Matter Lancaster Ky November 24 1904 The season for Thanksgiving is at hand and the manner in which it is observed will determine the sincerity of those who attempt to conform to the sacred custom of observing the day Those who indulge in an unholy and uncomely as gam hung drinking and eating to excess and indulging in indecent amusements have do conception of the object for which the day was set apart Such conduct is an insult to Jehovah and has a tendency to destroy the higher and purer feelings of the human soul Considerate and temperate indulgence in partaking of the tounties so bestowed would be product of no harm and when thankfully shows a proper appreciation of blessingsThanksgiving for divine blessing should exceed our gratitude for per zonal favors as everything from the bounteous hand of God By common consent an ingrate is a detestable character even in the ordinary walks of life and how odious must such a person be when considered as a subject of the Giver of every gift Let us remember that every day is a day for giving thanks as we are all poor dependent mortals The selection of one day each year by the highest official in the nation only causes us to do collectively what presumed to do individually day bv day and it is eminently that this national sanction should be given to such an important cus tomThe individual who has fallen so low as to say that he has nothing for which he should be thankful is an e e 100 per OffiCS practicesuch graciously received considered appropriate Post ware of the most profound commis The penniless man who is in good health and has a good appe tite has more to be thankful for than the millionaire who has chronic indi gestionbecause he will be fed In some way and the rich man cannot enjoy a meal We had as well attempt to number the stars that adorn the can opy of Heaven as to enumerate our blessings In fact every breath eve ry pulsation of the every happy thought every kind word are so many blessings disseminatin the sweet fragrance of Heaven as flowers on the great desert of life All are blessings save those ills anguish remorse tears sighs and suffering which come upon us when we wander from God and enter the territory of the evil one for nothing but good can emanate from the former and nothing but evil can come from the latter So let us all unite m prayer and Thanksgiving making the occasion one of cheerful innocent enjoyment realizing our utter dependence on the bounties and mercies of the only true living and Eternal One Make it a day of family reunion when dear ones who have been separated can meet at the bounteous board and tell of joys and triumphs It should be a day at home the sweetest place on earth where the mother is queen the father king and the children obedient loving sub ects mingling in peace and happi the most delightful of all the from the busy hum the crowding hosts and the of the wicked walks of It is safe to say that the Petersburg woman who broke into a room where her young son had been made drunk and smashed a whisky barrel with an ax will not be punished for malicious tresspass No jury would convict her Women are the greatest sufferers from the evil of intemperance and when they take matters into own hands no one greatly blames heart everysmile theirs nessenjoyIng holidaysfree earth sinful thei Mantels Fancy Wood and Cabinet Mantels Tile Hearths and Facing We have a large stock of Mantles with out Cabinet and our prices will suit you See our Goal Vases and Fire Sets Heating Stoves of all kinds The best stoves on earth See the Radiant Rouse i i 1 WITH andwith t Double t I I I I I I J ii INiIAAM 1MMMMW M YMN le fie- rHASELDEN and ROBINSON r them in fact most people sympathize with them lawless tho their acts be The EHzabethtown News has just rounded out the thirtysixth year of its useful career and The Record ex tends its right hand to congratulate the clever editor Mr Harry Sommers The News is the only weekly in this section of the country sending out twelve pages each issue and we know of none containing as much good clean reading matter Mr Sommers who is one of the best known men in the state is a hightoned Christian gen tleman respected and beloved by all who enjoy his acquaintance and in him the people of Elizabethtown have a citizen who can always be depended upon to do the right thing at the right time If it is true as reported that Roosevelt is about to appoint Cernellus Vanderbilt to be Secretary of the American legation at Berlinit is a pity Mr Vanderbilt is now use fully engaged in improving the equip ment of locomotives and the Presi dent will be spoiling a good mechanic to make what may be an indifferent diplomat When I hear a man using vile oaths in his conversation said Edi tor Harry Sommers of Elizabethtown to the writer a few days since I at once conclude that his vocabulary is so limited that he is forced to fill in with the disgusting words to frame a sentence at all And we see wherein Mr Sommers is correct Rudyard Kipling asserts that the automobile is a great promoter of temperance but surely he overlooks the intemperance of language directly traceable in the red devils Kentucky Press Association At a meeting of the executive of the Kentucky Press Associ held at Seelbachs hotel Louis ville last Saturday it was decided to hold the midwinter business meet ing in that city in the early part of January Louisville was selected on account of the ample hotel accommo tions and the fact that more members can get there conveniently There will be three business meetings one Saturday morning and another Satur day afternoon in the week to be se lected in a few days At these meet ings only business pertaining to news paper work will be discussed It is the intention to have addresses by the leading newspaper men of the state and an effort is to have an address by some one of National fame and in this latter proposition we be lieve the committee will be success ful While arrangements for transporta tion sleepers etc for the Southern trip will be made on the first day of the meeting yet the program will not be disturbed by the usual pulling and hauling which sometimes attend the meetings and takes up the time which should be given other matters As so unuch has been written about outsiders being allowed on the trips the committee on revision the following amendments to the constitution which will be strictly adhered to That the term Newspaper used in the Constitution applies to publi cations of general circulation and un der no circumstapcer is meant to in elude trade papers college papers or publications for any one particular line of business trade or secret ciety That only editors of newspapers or those who are engaged exclusively on the staff at salaries are entitled to the privileges of the Association That owns and publishers only be put upon the same basis as editors when they are engagedexclusively In the newspaper business That any attempt upon part of any newspaper to be represented at any meeting or cutting ol the Associ i tion shall be guilty of an attempt to injure the Association and shall be suspended from membership action of the Executive Committee for three each meeting the committee on credentials is given much trouble and t is forced to turn down good clever people who do not fully understand who is eligible and the In tended to avoid any future this line The mittee who drafted the above was composed of Messrs Harry Sommers Harry McCarty and Lew three of the best and most widely experi enced newspaper men in Kentucky and working members of the As ociation owe them a debt of grati tude for the careful way they have studied over and framed the After the meetings i President committee ration j bein made I t framed so t publishers yearsAt foregoing com Brown business are shell the misunderstandings along the amendment 4 I completed a trip to Florida and to Cuba will be taken which will consume about ten days There will be no trouble in completing for the trip as far as but it will take several days to cost and other detais of the trip to Cuba as it is a large The committee is hurrying the matter and will advise the members in a few days of results It is more than likely that the meeting will the first week in January as accommodations and courtesies cannot be secured later that being the busy season when all hotels are crowdedWe it distinctly understood that the business meeting and trip South are two distinct and separate matters but it will be necessary for those going on the trip to attend the business meetings Miss Buckley and Johnson of High Bridge are guests of Mrs Pryor- A T Scott is enlarging his store house for the third time Dont tail to see A T Scott when in need of American field fence 1124tf Miss Clara Kauffman of Camp Nel son is the guest of Miss Bertha Chris topherMrs David Geigor of Lancaster attended church here Sunday with Mrs Burnside Dont fail to see the handsome that A T Scott if giving away 11 24tf Mr Thos Deane a merchant of Ver sailles spent last week with relatives hereMr A D Scott and wife accompanied by Victor Ruble left yesterday for St LouisMiss Lou Ella Jonhson from near Harrodsburg has been visiting her uncle Lueien Frost Ladies see the elegant line of Jardi niers at A T Scotts 11 24tf Messrs Squin Davis and Tanksley Of Nicuolasville were visitors at W T Kings last week Scott can save you money on iron rooting and roofing paint 1124tf Mrs Ford mother of Judge Ford was buried here last Thursday services conducted at Mt Olivet by Rev Mr Welburn Why not spend your cash with A T Scott your home merchant the one to whom you go to for accommoda tions Miss Virginia King of Campbell Hagerman College and Raymond King who is attending Business College at Lexington will spend Thanksgiving homeA Scott sells the famous Bull Brand rubber and felt oootsand shoes the best rubber goods in the world 11 24tf Uncle Joe Hopper is having agood meeting at the Presbyterian church Nonchurch goers are coming out to hear him Every body likes Uncle Joe Ten have already made a profession- A T Scott pays more for country pro duce than any other merchant in Gar rard county 1124 tf A T Scott has a full line of new Cal ifornia dried fruits prunes peaches apricotE raisens figs currants dates etc 11 24tf Land Stock Crops It is estimated that the value of clover seed grown In Indiana the year will reach 82500000 In some sections the yield was 3 bush els per the price is 6 From time we hear about hogs being killed as a result of salt and brine One man says that in his vicinity the ice cream makers threw out the salt from the freezers and the hogs ate it and died Other hogs also drank the brine from it and died There is no necessity of putting the matter to the test salt is a good thing but there is no doubt that a great deal of salt will kill almost any animal There would seem to be no mystery connected with the killing of pigs by salt when it is eaten in large quantities of a nail or other sharp being stuck in the foot of human or animal and lockjaw is threatened take a bucket of unleach ed wood ashes put it in a tub and pour on two buckets of warm water stir well and place the Wounded foot in the mixture be felt immediately Let remain an hour or so if necessary only recently 1 an old this receipt who was suffering from a nail ground In the foot Another t bura a flannel rag under but the latter applies to any cut tit possibly Flor- Ida ascertain undertaking beheld hotel VISTA pictures A T 11 2Hf present t little remedY s arrangements BEUNA Funeral average acre nand time A Incase instrument Relief will relieved intensely ry1 k F s e k- j Y Frisbies Drug Store r 1- I = = The season for FALL PAINTING is here We are the exclusive agent in Garrard county for RAINBOW PAINT the very best Paint it is possible to make If you have any painting to do come and us We gurantee every gallonsee FRISBIES DRUG STOREI J Is painful St Louis Globe Democra- tIt Is reported that the acreage of wheat now beine put in the ground will be the largest In many years It will certainly amount to 20 per cent over the average in the last years This applies to the entire wheat grow fug section of Kentucky In Fayette county the acreage will probably be greater than ever before The sowing is not as advanced as formerly on ac count of the dry weather but the farmers as a rule do not object to late sowing as the season for sowing wheat is getting later every year More fortunes are being made in growing Bermuda onions in Texas than in the oil business Some capital is required to operate in the Texas oil fields while in the onions growing an invesment of a few hundred dollars is reasonbly certain of a profit of several thousand The area of the State in which onions can be grown is limited but it covers many hundred thousand acres This land is situated in the extreme Southwestern part of the State Some of the old ways of farming are as good as the new The old meth ods tended to conserve and increase the human content of the soil Later the fertilizer craze set in and little attention was paid to preventing the exhaustion of the humus in the soil which has resulted In the decrease of the average yield of the grain and oil seed crops Now after fifty years of an exhaustive system of stimulated culture there has come an urgent ap peal from scientific sources for to use every possible means to in crease the humus in the soil by and turning under the nitrogen gathering crops and to make a more judicious use of commercial fertilizers by using a less quantity of them in connection with a greatly increased amount of barn yard manure Sorghum now comes in good stead as the green corn which has not been fed out will soon fall a victim to the attacks of frost It should be remembered that sorghum is a very one sided feed being rich in sugar and starch and low in protein It calh for some byfeed no matter how littlt such as meal gluten mea or even bran Occasionally one hears the complains that sorghum feeding has caused cows to go dry This un doubtedly does occur when it is fed alone and when there is not suffici ent grass growth to furnish the balance of protein A parallel case is where cows show a tendency ta dry up on being fed liberally on apples DonsBt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth tails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfect Pill 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m business growing cottonseed necessary I ten bringing farmers Buy Second Hand School Books Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTS DRUGGIST Dont forget the Bryantsville Forty Dollar Range to be given away at our store J With each 1 cash purchase J you get a chance j PETTUS BROS 1 J V A A AJ I I II III Kentucky III ilJ MIDI WmHerndoa G B Swlnehroa1 Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store DR SID ISBELL J OSTEOPATH Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and Examina tion free All diseases both Acute and Chronic success fully treated Call and see me Property For Sale We have several handsome places for sale in the them three beautiful homes on Lexington avenue one on Danville avenue and a new cottage and two vacant lots on broad or M D Hughes tf r I cityamong goodfarms1118 l1 J tDOMESTIC Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Newark N JKindly mention this paper Cob A New Car Load Old Hickory Wagons SEE OUR STOCK OF Fine Winter 1Sa BuggyRobes Very Cheap S Now is the time to buy a ss BUGGY CHEAP s I e s 0 Romans Elmore r il oj I Jra M Ir MHWHHHHKMttHHHMHBBHHBBHi MeWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Hi ALL IN OUR FALL Inn WINTER are selling the best line of Dress goods ever in Paint Lick at remarkably low prices OU R CLOAKS FURS and ready made goods are also at attention all in correct styles at correct prices Gentlemen are pleased with our line of Overcoats especially our Rain Coats Our prices are putting the celebrated Cielette rainproof moth proof coat within the reach of all lorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY 3x x3 3 xSK3MS33x8 S e Look See What Christmas and Wedding Presents at H M B E LWoods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cashr PEOPLES BANK INCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6tooooo SURPLUS 400000 I T JL Wfi YfJifiJlllf flL ifjlffMl ID Stock I I m1 IS I tra ting m I 1 I I IQVfJr fl r0Y rzr1 o YfR WJ ii I l I 8fr1J i I FINE i I I I ALL O U s I II a i i D ooootooo- I i rt I 1 3 i o- We Q J r 4r Q J Q l o 1 Q i a ti L7 1YT1f 1 t COY D L FRY R G R J D WOODS BURROWS W C FISH WOODS nrnscronsi- d GUYN L ARNOLD L8 EL Commenced Business Uuly 19OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance II Fine Hemp Lands Cheap Richest on earth More productive than anyin Kentucky Unimproved 5 to 10 an acre improved 15 to 20 On railroad Fine climate Also tobacco corn oats alfalfa sugar rice fruit and truck lands 15 round rate Nov 22d For full write Wm E Austin Co 1111tf Bay City Texas I information w S BEAZIJir Dentist f Office over Thomp ons store Danville at G C PARIS j Seazley Faris i I e f 1 00wt j 0I0X0l Bargains In ooo o BUGGY ROBES and Heating Stoves lt Get our I I11 MOUNT ELIIN i 1 irJ t fI o i 2 priceson American Fence l ti IF k PERSONALS J B Conn Is in London this week on businessW Moss Jr has returned from Middlcsboro Miss Ida May Grant Is visiting Dr and Mrs S P Grant of Danville Mr Raymond Haselden and B Al dridge are attending the St Louis fair Miss Kujla Arnold left Saturday for Los Angeles Cal to spend the winter Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury have been visiting friends in Coving ton Misses Margaret and Joan Mount will visit relatives in Stanford Thanks giving Kathrine Uba Conn got her left hand very badly mashed by a falling windowMiss Zimmer who has been quite sick for several weeks is very much better Price of Danville joined his wife at Mrs Martha Frisbies for a few days visit Mr and Mrs Mote Robinson have been spending a few days with rela tives in Brodhead Miss Bessie Anderson of Harper Kansas will visit Miss Amanda An derson Thanksgiving Miss Mollie Walter and Annie Mil burn of Stanford are guests of Mr Jno Walter and family Mrs DM Lackey entertained a few friends the past week in honor of Mrs R G Price of Danville Mrs Ellie Bettis and Miss Eliza Smith will spend Thanksgiving with relatives in Lexington Miss Edith Morrow who is attend ing Hamilton College Lexington is expected home for Thanksgiving Rev Charles Reid wife and children of Middlesboro have been visiting Mrs Mary Reid Richmond avenue Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt leave in a few weeks for New Orleans to spend the winter with their son Mr William WherrittMiss Lewis Grimes has ed home after a pleasant visit to Miss Sara Cook of Stanford and friends in DanvilleMisses Mary and Martha Gill are in Cincinnati visiting their sister Miss Helen who is attendingthe cunserva tory of music The graduating class of the Graded school will give a Leap Year party Friday evening at the home of Miss Marguerietc Kinnaird Miss Mary Foreman of Gadsden Alabama who has been visiting Miss Pearl Faulconer of Danville has re turned to Mr Joe Faulconers His many Lancaster friends were glad to see Dr E II Pearce of Danville in town last week He is pastor of the Methodist church in Danville now Nicholasville Journal Miss Kate Brogle of Garrard county is visiting Mrs Ed Dietrich Miss Clara Kauf man of Garrard county visited Mrs J T Brogle the first of the week Danville Harry Rob inson left Sunday for Albany Clinton county where he will spend a few days hunting in company with Mr Ballen ger the father of one of our pupils Birds are plentiful down that way and last year Mr Rubinson who hun ted at that place had splendid sport Mrs Graham Price who was visiting relatives this week was therecipi ent of much attention from Lancaster people quite a number of dinners and other entertainments be ing given in her honor She is a very lady and has many warm friends among Lancasters society folk We are greatly pleased to announce the complete recovery of Aunt Susan Anderson whose recent fall has so much regret among her many friends She is able to visit among the neighbors and is as full of life as ever She is very grateful for the many favors shown her and appreciates fully the many kind acts shown her while suffering from the injury Dr and Mrs Walter Beazley left for their new home in Los An geles California Dr Beazlev has been a useful citizen to Lancaster and our people dislike to see him leave Mrs Beazley has been of the most est workers in the church and was very popular with Lancaster who will miss her very much are a lovely couple and will be appre ciated wherever they go The Record joins with the people generally in wishing them all happiness and good fortune in their new home W CTV li Resolutions We the Committee submit the fol lowing Be it Resolved That it is with deep that we are forced to say farewell to our sisters Mesdames R A Stone and Dr Beazley They were ever ready and willing to serve when need ed recognizing all the while that it was a blessed privilege to do Gods work That our loss is anothers gain and that we heartily commepd them to respective to which they have gone Our wishes and prayers attend them Signed by Committee A Anderson and Patterson Big stock of Xmas goods arriving dally will sell very low for We wish to close oufrall our fancy and goodsbefore Xmas Our line of sil rerware glass is large and handsome and can save money by buyinKfrom us see Thompson too Jeweler or f r r r Mr R G return StandardMr here yesterday l l regret I i 1 1 1 23 c 11 receptions lovable caused one earn They ti Resolved the communities Mrs china i Come t Y PUEAUUERSVILIK People driving stock two miles for water at this place J L Hutchins was in Cincinnati last week buying goods Geo Lunceford spent Sunday with his brother B T Lunceford Lenard Nave has moved back to his fathers pi ce at Flatwood Mr John Anderson was in Crab Or chard a few days last week Several from this place went to Ha zlepatch for a few days hunt J P Ragan sold a 2 year old filly to Dr Taylor of Somerset for 135 Mrs Lenna Richardson who has been sick for some time is better Dr Brown and J C McCIary of Stan ford were here hunting last week Milburn Campbell of Bell county here on business last Monday Mr F F Cummins and wife were vis lung J D Anderson in Crab Orchard last Thursday W H Cummins bought 40 barrels of corn from Phil Thompson for 2 per bbl io the field Mrs W H Brown and daughter Miss Hallie were visiting friends in Rock castle county last week James and Ben Kennedy who had their trial at Stanford for killing Will Holmes were acquitted- Mr Lou Gray and family of Junction are visiting her parents Mr W P Dishon and wife Leslie Harber and Phil Thompson left last week for California where they will stav for some time Rev Wm C Hutchins sold 4 hogs to C Fox at 4ct per pound and a 600 Ib to A J Thompson at a lb BRYANTS VILLE Mr John W Flowers of Louisville Is the guest of Mr J H Dunn Miss Annie HIgginbotham has gone to Lexington to visit frsends Little Miss Edna Berkele spent Sun day with relatives in Lancaster Mrs Alice Adams of London has been visiting the family of Mr Jack DunnQuite a number of the farmers are selling their hemp seed at 82 00 per bushelMrs Pettus will entertain quite number of her friends at dinner Thanksgiving The Misses Smith of Burgin were over last week to see their brothers Messrs John and Will Smith Miss Mayme Ballard will go to North Middletown Wednesday to former schoolmate of hers Miss Lucy Kerr As the season is drawing to a will sell my stock of millinery atcost Some rare bargains Mrs M Stead man 2t Quite a large crowd attended the supper given Tuesday evening by the ladles of the Bryantsvillc church About 45 was realizen which will be used in repairing the church at an early date The voters of this precinct held a convention Monday afternoon for the purpose of electing the precinct com mittee Mr Ike Jr was elected for East Bryantsville and Mr Bollin for West Bryantsvllle Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn Jr entertain ed a number of their young friends very pleasantly Friday evening Mrs Dunn is one of our most popular young matrons and all enjoyed the of the charming young host and hostessThe have gotten their Furniture including carpets chairs ind other necessities of a Masonic The hall very nice indeed and they will meet Monday night to onfer the first degree of Masonry a number of new members f Mr Ed Hendrickson leaves this week or a visit to St Louis Misses Sallie and Lee Herring in Danville shopping Monday Mr C A Robinson and wife relatives in Danville Monday Mrs Ben Hughes and little daughter of Lancaster have been with relatives hereMr David Swope has rented Mr Wm Roystcns house and moved there last weekMr W D Marksbury of Marcellus was entertained Sunday by Mr David Swope v Miss Carrie Arnold has been the of herfeister Mrs Ben King at MarcellusMisses and of Paint Lsck were guests last Mrs Victor Lear The friends of Miss Lula Simpson to know she has recovered her recent illness Mr Wailer Greenan of Lexington was the guest Saturday night of Mr David Swope Mr Greenan has pur Mr Fred Suttons farm for 4000 c The Working Society was very pleasantly entertained Thursday afternoon by Miss Jennie Pollard The next meting will 1 with Miss Sallie Herring We see that Rev W M Wood pastor of the Harrodsburg Baptist church has a call to the pastorate of Rogers Park Baptist church In Chica go Rev Wood assisted in a meeting here two years ago and made friends during his stay who wish him success in his new Chamberlains and Liver tablets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and coestlpatlbB Tor Hlc T FrtehJtels Drug Store of lit c Lebanon J 21 v a g close- I unn Greene hospitality hall looks upon were guest Forest Denton weekof dies man 4 i iT are was heifer t visit j new MARKSBCRY visited from chased be Dec field Stomach 1- t Business andBargains 11 18tf EdCGaines 1118 Ward pays 21c for eggs 11 18 21 Roses Llllies Chryanthemums and Carnations 1118 R L Underwood pays cash for produce 10 21 tf Beautiful wedding and funeral gotten on short notice Call on R L Underwood for your groceries as he pays cash for all country produce 1021tf 130 firstseason ewes and five South down bucks E C McWhortes phone 130 Lancaster 1118tf EdC Gaines is agent for Danville Lexington and Louisville Florists 1118 tf Ward pays cash for eggs and dressed turkeys 1118 2i Turkeys Wanted good fat week and next H B Nortbcott 1111tf Take your produce to Wards gro ery 1118 2c See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf We are showing soHe new styles in and Tourist coats less than The Logan Dry Goods Co Dont forget R L Underwood when ou need fresh and fancy groceries 10 21tf Closing out our Hyacinth and Tulip cheap J Thompson 11 23 A tenant Man to do farm work and to do general house work Good to right parties er phone 130 Lancaster 1118 tf House and lot on water street one of ground Will rent for year J C Thompson 11 18tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash j everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Paint Paint Paint We handle every thing in paints and and can give you 99 Frisbies Drug Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all of tine seeds for sale Dont for et to see us before buying Marksbury Son Why buy ready made clothing tha et out of shapeand oil you can have a suit made to our measure for J1000 J C Hemp 930tf Remember we will have a big Xmas of Silver Cut glass and China which we will sell very cheap for spot Thompson the Jeweler We have the nicest line x f Fountain Bulb Syringes anaiHotwater ever shown before 99 Frisbies Drug Store We have some mew styles in Chil irens long coats at prices 2t Goods Co Window Glass Let us sell you window glass will need before cold weather omes Our prices are right 9 9 Drug Store New stock of Accordions Banjos tc We keep best strings made 1123 tf J C Thompson 1000 Suit FOP All 1 have arrangements by which I can you a suit to your individual for 1000 Do nut miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp 9 30 tf Good Price For Eggs Wanted strictly fresh clean eggs Will pay twenty cents a dozen for strictly fresh Held stock lower H B Northcott 1111tf Notice We are still in the coal business and make special prices for cash on load lots of to 200 bushel lots o farmers We handle the very best Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Residence For Rent The 5room dwelling known as the place on Crab Orchard street house necessary outbuildings lenty of water splendid location Possession given January 1 Hamilton 1111tf House For Rent all Lowell Will rent house in my yard Con ains2 rooms and kitchen Also stable Will rent for 456 per month expect three months rent in ad vance Will Hurt Jr Lowell 1111tf Best Paper For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of any thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in favor eve ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store is receiving subscriptions if want the best paper at lowest price call and see her The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church have a bazaar and exchange at the post office Dec 17th Our patrons receive every courtesy and accommodation within the range of prudent banking iVlStf Bank of Bryantsville For Rent Ten two story brick house In good repair On Danville street half a block from public square suitable for house Apply to Eliza L Anderson Lancaster Ky or J M Grand 8th and Jefferson Texas 1118tf W Ward have aranged to kill hogs In the lot adjoining Stones old store See them get your hogs killed and head 1118 2t A lot of Po t for sale Somali Elmor Flowers Ed C Gaines Ed C Gaines country 1118tf EdO Gaines For Sale turkeysthis store Ladles Miss s prIces v e 2t bulbs Wanted wife wages E McWhor For Rent 1905 tore kinds buttunscome when stuck cash 1123 Syringes Bottles polar The Log Dry w you make hill prI- ces will car of block Benge New Mrs Jas I t and 1021tf stsWaco H Walker dressed at5O per niL i c o I i 4 Cut Flowers designs C acre ill at measure I room yon will tf J room boarding Green Clay and Cedar t t t t Sho LIveth Again Iu memory on my beloved aunt Hampton Juesuut wife of 1 woo departed tuis life Huv 7 1SHH When uf was drawn back closely around 1111 earth in the hush and Mllmess of tin night an Angel stole sottly over tlii threshold silent lull With noiseless tread lie bore the spirit or Her wlioii we loved away into the Great Beyouu Does she whose precious stay now lie beneath the sod live Job iu the depths of his attiliuliuus cried uu to the Lord If a man diet shall he live again 1 recall to mind thai grand old man the last of the Propu ets Malachi 1 can see JIm as he stand upon the Heights of Prophecy he lifts the veil of the mystic future ana with his eyes to the telescope of Inspi ration he looks downward through the great hallway of Time and through those four hundred Son of righteousness who would with healing in his wings to that great question If a man dieth shall he live again Yes Christ Son of the Living God came to this sting and the grave of its victory and He said unto the world 1 am the rcssurrccliun and the life he that be me life Yes she whose body now lies in the great heart of Mother earth will live again for she was a follower of the meek and lowly Mazarine and we know that her spirit has traversed that unseen mystical road that leads to that beautiful city whose builder and maker is God In life she was a tender loving mother a true wife and a noble friend to know her was to love her When God in ous dealings with his children saw fit to lay the hand of affliction upon her she bore it patiently ever trusting in Him who doeth all well To those who mourn her loss I can only point them to that great Comforter Jesus Christ Fur He who can calm the mad rolling billows of the great deep can still the wild raging of the soul And when their walk down the pathway of this life is ended and they have passed the dark portals of death may they find an abundant entrance in that Heavenly Kingdom and on that Great Day may we all be united with those who have none on before in the ealms of the Eternal City Alas that she should die Yet we can still behold her spirit form- A bright star through the rJt sky A raInbow on the storm tier nowmade grave will chastened by a rod Our thought lib incense go Thee Our Father niid GodEdward B Nelson Turkeys Turkeys- I will pay the highest market price 10000 dressed turkeys delivered- at any station on the K C road Richmond and Rowland W S Fish Paint Lick 1118 tf Millinery at Cost We have decided to sell all our Rea and Pattern Hats at cost order to close out our immense stock of these lines They are all beauties right up to date and you will miss a rare bargain if you fail to one The sale is now on so come and get first choice The Mar vel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dick son 1111tf Silver sands arc as slippery as any A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyield ing to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured It just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at McRoberts Drugstore 1m Awkward deeds are better than elo The Llnliueui Chamberlains Pain Balm is the best liniment ou the mar ket writes Post Bliss of Georgia No other liniment will heal a cut rbruise so promptly No other affords such quick relief from rheumatic No other isso valuable for deep seated pains like lame back and pains n the chest Give this liniment a trial you will never wish to be without Sold by Frisbies Drug Store 1m An icicle in the pulpit cannot start fire in the pews Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely srck with trouble I tried all sorts of none of which relieved me One I saw an ad of Electric Bit ters and to try that Af ter taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and general Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only 50c at R E McRob erts druggist 1m Special Announcement We call especial attention to our present stock of Pretty Hats and Cordially invite the ladies to come and get one the handsome stylish hats we are now showing while our stock is large M Gaols Receives EverjJ Day Yourpatronage appreciated Mrs 1 Cb nut the curtain oat kUCb dome answer mightbars Ueveth on His sorrow tossed h lip to for between dyTo Wear In get early n B Goner I quentdreams Best Vt pains it a kidney medicines day of 88 S t allJeO Inlet l c e sees hat everlasting be- An tar considered S and determined KK tK u v 4Ynsi b 3sr y f NEW a STVliES week but we keep Rift Up To Tie into and have every thing in Ladies Headwear in Gorrect Styles Call and see us I iVLarvel Milliner Store Miss ADA DICKERSON BEAZLEY Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 As my stock of MILLINERYi- s now very low I will sell what I have AT COST for the next thirty days Come and see the bargains before elsewhereMrs Jno F Lear R E McRoberts Signs The Bond Mloiia Natures Cure for Dyspepsia Costs Nothing iris Falls The guarantee given with na is no ordinary promise It is a guarantee bond signed by your own druggist a reliable firm right in this town f GUARANTEE BOND I We hereby to refund the money foi return of empty box it the purchaser tells us thai It has to cure or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two boxes or a mouths treatment Price SOc per box Signed A few doses of Miona will strengthen the nerves of the stomach so that the appetite will return and you will be started on the right road to health Ninety three per cent of chronic diseases begin with dyspepsia Cure the dyspeptic troubles regulate the digestion anb avoid the fate of chronic invalidism Remember you run no risk in using Miona R E McRoberts it and it costs you nothing unless it cures Special Notice On account of my not Having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home to all residents of Garrard Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the office at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Extracted 25c Amalgam and White Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and White 75c Gold Fillings 1 and up Gold Crowns 4 large 5 The best set of teeth that can be made 6 using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best at the above price All work guaranteed DR T H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TELEPHONE Ho 4 createdevery A UNDERTAKER buying Mio 311oa on I lIed l warrants I i lam I et tare s i r- f t f 0- r r FAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAKWOMEN r agree aid J S r rubber l st ag strafe The stoutest cable ever made is strained to the breaking point when it is overtaxed Just the amount of strain the cable will bear without breaking can be figured by the makers toan ounce The human is like the chain in this that it breaks down when more than a legitimate strain is put upon it But unlike the there is no means of telling under what strain the physical powers will collapse For that reason the symptoms being overtaxed are If there is a feeling of weakness especially when accompained- by loss of flesh the strain on the is need increased physicial strength and vigor i tin Tbe I i is passing beyond its endurance There V W pvP iu a1 kt I People will find that Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery will promptly restore them to vigorous health It cures v of the and other organs I 5 i of digestion and nutrition purifies the blood and builds up the i I body with flesh had been sick for two with indigestion and nervous debility and my husband to consult Dr Pierce by letter You advised me Golden Medical Discovery and Favorite Prescription which I q to my great surprise bottles I was cured My husband has not one cent in doc f id I tors bills for me since I took the medicine nearly two I years ago I FREE Or Koreom Common MM MMfeaf A4 FREE on romoimt of mtmmpm to pay JTJMMM ataIAf ONLY tad twenty cent mtaiiipa tor tho book la thirty oao tampa for tho cloth bound nkamm Address Dr R V Pies Buffalo H Y I who are weak ana runlown L31 diseases nI t had taken medicine from family doctor for a long time without much writes Mrs W H Peebles of Luckuow S C induced I to take didand i n I J 1 I tI I1 1 I 1 ft I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1t 1 1 1 1I 1 11f I If benefit Was1 id bp1a riser is sat 1 d pap COUPS P Oldstyle Pumpkin Pie pieOrOr some newfangled article- I low just for the name 1 aint so pticlars some I know And different from the rest But the good pumpkin pies Are what I love best Im hankering for a piece just now Of the pie that mother made When 1 came home from school Id get a hunk and in Id wade And perhaps my mouth is somewhat largeThough resort to tears pieceBecause Ive lingered here a life time since Put up with what 1 got againToAnd then at such times I can find On the buttry shelf arrayed A row of good old pumpkin pies The kind that mother made A Heavy Load To lift that load off of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sour stomach belching gason stomach and all disorders of the stomach that are curable are relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs a druggist at 297 Main street New Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving snch satisfaction and is so surely the positive relief and subsequent cure for this distressing ailment I feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific and will postively cure all stomach troubles Sola by R E McBob erts 1m Instantly universal becom- Ing recommending experiments old fashioned The Country Editor lIe Is hardest worked of men A busy is be He wields the hatchet or the pen With great facility HP chronicles Bessie Brown H married Illlsm Goode Tte i to the hustles down And splits a lot of wood He writes two columns of advice To cure the peoples Ills Then dons apron a thrice And prints a bills Ai d if some callers then there are Ills Inky hands hell wash And trade a subscription for A punkln He states III Higgins is in town cases down And fixes the pi when the pi is The furniture he dusts Then ses a stick or two about The tariff and the trusts His paper cheers us every week It it can peakAndSo come yc freeman of this land And lets be thankful for This bulwark of the nation and The Country editor Courier Journal A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks Bonds Grain and Cotton Private Wires to Cincinnati New York and Chicago Office on Third Street in Farris Build ing Free telephone service to customers All trades Guaranteed ryeThen And straightened out 1000 0 0 00 ODD 000 0 DO DOc 00000OOOOOOOOO I I I I II I I I 1000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000oooooooo rears Provisions The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN E STORHES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jrio E Stormes W H Zinnaird To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and WllEquipped Sank LEWIS Y President J 8 ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tlie 6ITIZENS MORAL BARK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITALISM SUIPU7Sfi M B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKT Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS I o 2 1 F Asst Cashr i O Th 1 tt II I I It I II IIIHII II 11111 It II II II If LEA YELL I Iiewll Y LeaVe Js Hud II n 11 Iflf II 1111 I 1111111111l i I fn fn I HI t rk J 1 c C J 000000000000000 000000000 1493 e Robinson 3an1 3rdntsvi11 13r lantsuille Ientuek J 3 Robinson BII J 3WalkerT M Arnold a rYj 1- a ciL r s sT Sf Ryr r r n To Democrats of th Eighteenth Senatorial District of I GreetingjIt is with deep regret that at the last moment I to withdraw my now belore you in the democratic primary to be held 1 n the above district on the 3rd day of December 1804 for the State Senate Conditions now exist lug for which I am not responsible and over which I have no control pre vent me from making the canvass that should be made are the reasons I have to assign for this step To my many warm personal friends who have pledged me their hearty support in the contest I tender my heartfelt thanks and assure them that it is with reluctance that relinquish one of the greatest ambitions of my life namely to represent my home district in the State Senate of for I feel confident I could have won the nomination could I have continued in the race During my preliminary canvass 1 have received hundreds of assurances and pledges of personal support my friends have me to keep it up assursng me would attend my efforts For all ahis I am deeply grateful and now extend to them my sincere thanks for their kind expressions concerning meWith this announcement I retire from the race and am no longer a before you Yours for Democracy M F ELKIN Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pleasant to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup it quite pleasant to take L Roderick of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children forseveral years and can truthfully say it is the best of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it has no injuries after effect For sale by Frisbies Drug 1m Indiana Farmer Farmers who have tried the experiment report that they have made more clear money buying feeding steers and shipping them home and feeding them than any other way You have plenty of good fodder pasture etc You do not know what to do with it Cattle are always good property and why not buy a carload of feeders and prepare them for market From all accounts feed is plentiful in the feeding dis tricts feeding cattle are cheap why not try the experiment and buy a load and feed them Thin stock cattle have never been lower in price than at the present time well fed finished steers never brought better prices than at the present time so the only way to make money is to buy feeders and fit them for the market profit will surprise you The may be said of the sheep feeding There is money in it If you would only stop to consider the profit you would at once see the logic in the proposition If you will only write the Management of the Union Chicago you will find out what good feeders can be bought for you will also find out what good fin ished cattle are selling for No to feed cattle Write at once in regard to this matter Dont delay Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by McRoberts druggist Price 50c and OQ Trial bottles free 1m People who advertise their never clear off their stock The glad looking are the only good looking PROM SOUTH AFRICA New of Vslae Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Aurthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As aproof that Remedy is a cure suitable for old and months old It had a very bad cough and the parents did not know what to give it I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking itwould no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick re lief and cured the baby This reme dy Is for sale by Frisbies Drug Store1m As Good Coal u You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellied excells in satisfaction Then It Is a great satisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy era and proposes to maintain it 016tf Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July t9 1901 TRAINS AT DAHTXLLK BOUK Number 1 fl7 stops when flaggedll50 ajs j Kit CkY Kentucky advised candidate I mak- Ing Mr W preparation proposition Stock- Yards trouble II II neighbor ct scars tops wheaaaerIi Daily all Hops amber Bon8 ll4 p p UU H rt 7 the compelled candidacy success I I Store t iron way ChamberlatnsCo em mshea 1186 8o8 bears No111Wpttattee Nililops sy h Theme ugh ma Pew p t 2 2 3 1 Money Money can be saved To be Sold at COST 3000worth of Wheat Drills Hay Rakes Disc Plows Cultivators Poultry Fence 25 Turning Plows 150 gallons of Paint 4i doz Horse Collars doz Work Bridles 1 doz Harness SaddlesI 2 sets Buggy Harness 5 doz Buggy Whips 1 doz Lap Robes 9 Stoves 4 doz Butcher Knives 3 doz Razors 4 doz Pocket Knives Lamp Chimneys 1 Oil Stove 1 Steam Cooker Churns Ice Cream Freezers Coal Vase Door Locks and Hinges Scissors Carpenters Tools Bolts Axle Grease j Nails Step Ladders Extension Ladders Hemp Scales Water CoolersI 2 Force Pumps 1 Filter Eave Trough Gutter Conductor Pipe Barn Door Hangers Pitch Forks Garden Hose and Others 3 Sewing Machines 1 7 Dozen Tin Buckets Tin Pans Enameled Pans and Bowls Dish Pans t Slop Buckets f Foot Tubs 2 Ice Chests j Flour Sifters Cooking Crockery i Dinner Bells 2 Sickle Grinders Brooms Screen Doors 155 lbs of 1 inch Sisal Rope 4 Truck and Scales combined English Spurs Plow and Wagon Homes Coffee Mills i J Turkey Roasters J Rolling Pins Matches 1 Leggins Etc Etc Etc j At former Hard of PostW i x N C3 1 PaintBrush I f K J E RODiUl D ne k Ii B t r 0 A H t l More F r X L Q Kodol Ad DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT 1cfThe 100 tImes tho trial which sells for 50 centsPREPARED AT THE LABORATORY OP ILLFor i S bettiecentaha 214 size tOntf BUGAND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT LowRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn r nl I Prices Bros I mmntmnrmnrnrmmmnrnrnrnrnrmnrmnr or Ill y IIIWJUUl4UJ11U1J1lJlllllUl4IIJUJIIIIII 16JUJIIJIIJIIJIIJIIAIJlUII JII REPORT OF THE CONDITION or Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Nov 10 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 15GGo4 72 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2b7010U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Konds securities etc 1 30 00 furniture and fixtures 5000 00 from National Bunks not Re serve Agents 11009 4G Due from approved reserve agents 47811 75 other cash 2 US Notes of other 5S5 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 50 GS LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 00Legaltender J10785 10 TOTAL luss LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 00Undividedtaxes paid 10537 05 00DueDue to State Banks and Bankers 275 72 Individual deposits subject to check 167741 47 TOTAL yg BSB yj STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above namedbank do solemnly swear that the statemeat Is true to best of ray and CashierSubscribedday of November 1904 L Y LEAVELL DirectorsJ NOTICE TO CREDITORS vs Louisa J Carter c Defts decedent F M Carter to the same before the undersigned Mas ter Commissioner of Cir cuit Court on or be fore Saturday November 26 1904 athis office in Lancaster and the said Master Commissioner will upon said 2G 1904 sit in to hear proof upon and audit the This 18th day of November 1904 J M Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Having sold my farm I will on SATURDAY NOV 26 1904 at 1 oclock sell to the highest and best bidder the following property 2 cows 2 calves sows and 17 pigs 8 two horse wagon 1 spring wagon 1 disc corn planter 1 rake 3 turn shovel plows double trees and single trees 1 set of rock tools good wire fence machine wagon harness and plow gear and useful articles Some hay oats hemp and shock rod der Also 1 Kim ball organ 3 stoves and a few other household articles Terms made known on day of sale Harry D Aldridge Marksburry Ky Public I will sell on the premises on Tuesday 1904 at 10 oclock A M 3 Blue Crass Farms located near Red House in County Ky about seven miles from Richmond also about one mile from Ford convenient to schools and churches and in one of the best neighborhoods in County 1 Farm 270 Acres 2afiCoitaiDUWUfl Acres 3 Fari atWQt 300 Acres These farms will be sold subject to survey Onethird cash balance in one and two years at six per cent with lien land until purchase money is paid give general warranty deed Yrs J W Smith Harvey ChenaultiAgt Long Tom Chenault uct I house Nationalanks Treasurer 2500 00 00 PublicCommissionCORRECTAttest CourtJ Shaving Caters Public Sale combinedplows harrows double and single sweet toned Sale DecemberS Madison Madison Contains TERMS interest on L rrJ riIf j o Che vita Banking cks 39 150000 S g a OIl a11S Will 9J h 3 t e Haas REMEDY Rag 11 p As a Cure As a Fattener As a Preventive Cash paid for all hops that die when fed this remedy Call on druggistf- or free book and full particulars Perils ofLand and Sea Captain VIMuefn Iteuiarkable Shows to do lu Time of Trouble For many years Captain Willnef says the Times cf Gloucester Mass was one of the best known seamen in the Gloucester Fleet Captain Willnef went to two differ ent hospitals for treatment but could get no lasting benefit constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble became so unbearable and nauseating that he was ashamed to go out in company When bespairing of ever getting relief his wife purchased Hyomei outfit for him and trying it before going to bed he enjoyed the whole nights sleep for ten years Captain Willnef sajs I have used less than two bottles of and have been cured by the remedy Hyomei kills the germs and makes lasting permanent cures R E Mc Rocerts sells Hyomei under his guarantee to refund the money it it does not give quick relief It takes a really good and brave man Thousands Cured DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of Piles I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Salve on the recommendation of druggist so writes C II LaCroix of Zavllla Tex and used it for a stubborn case of PlIes It cured me permanently Sold by R E McRob erts lm A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re stored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nac ogdoches Tex A certain cure for billiousness constipation etc Small pill easy to to act Sold by R E McRoberts lm mother Praise It Mothers praise One ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of theirJUtle ones It has saved A certain cure for croup and whooping cough A L Spafford Postmaster of Chester Mich says Our little girl was un conscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of Minute Cough Cure quickly re lieved and cured her and I cannot it too highly One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs makes breathing easy cuts out inflamatlon and removes every of a cpajcb and strain on lungs itScBoberte All t d F P FRISBIE hat I fir II ofcatarrh personal to listen to the truth without flInch Ing Hazel our III takeeasy JS everywhere Mln Coughs phleg draws t cause Sold it 1 ir Crc ape Hyo cr- One raise by h alt G 4A- V nisi our 4 1rfiiCOU C H AND CUrriE THE LUrCS WITH i Jng S fiew 1 ir FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price SOc 100 Free Trial ani Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAGS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run and a year ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically given up to die Foleys was recommended the first bottle gave me great relief TWO SIZE SOc AND 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by C C J E Stormes H F Hillenmeyer Son Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky VsVsVx Offer for the Fallof 104 a full stock Fruit and Ornamental trees AsparagusSmall and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application 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 LAUNDRY hones 202 Lexington Ky H LancasterKentuckyAgent R KINNAIRD INSURANCE RepsentiDirFollofiDi Companies Aetna Palatine National Hartford Donneticat German American Flienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe British Mercantile I FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE i t or waste M Main St T LOGAN o Il CIlrHartfI Cl I t year 1 L i fives S yrS N 5I W f orth 1 s Y