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RECORDroiTRTKEXTll LANCASTER KY JANUARY 29 1904 t 7 f I J 1 n l 7 TE1B r zfTHE CENTIjAL FRIDAY XDYBU44 BifiZLEYGO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky DAVIDSON Attorney At omen over Stormes drag store Prompt attention to business See Our Exhibit Of Porcelain and Btthltbi Water Closets in the latest designs Street Ilydrants Yard HoseEtc I Tam prepared to TAP THE MAIN and install a hot and cold water system 4 All work done by practical and experienced men Satis 1- factioii guaranteed j J R Getting Ready Tor Spring Stock A LOT OF Cloaks Skirts leather and Felt Boots 1 and BE CLOSED OUT nf ri CASH JENNINGS r 4S I E S R L Law I e lad j I ac BASBLD EN t t i COts f d f 25 erCent Reduction7 f Lr1 lRoi Ii t Pmt Link X1 1 J A 1 44404 04J itayF 4 f hydrants r i F ILL sxi FOR TPOTa r rs M R rleer oaFle1d See 8rrlI cw1vla 0f Local Interest Muck Burnside the colored fiddler sent to Frankfurt for malicious has been released and is back home reoganizing his band Lancaster Boy Appointed We congratulate Mr Lewis West upon being appointed to a position in the Louisville custom house Heck has been in the service for several years and is a good revenue nnn Court Day Monday was court day and a large crowd came in The farmers say they Have lost much time by the continued uad weather in fact they bavea big job before them when the weather breaks Trading was fairly good while the merchants report a tame day Pomgranlte Mr W II Wherritt showed us a pom granite Monday which was raised on a tree which his wife had raised She planted the seed many years ago the being near forty years old Every year it Dears The fruit is about the size of an ordinary apple though much heavier It is nearly all seed The tree is possibly eight feet tall Gone To See Ted Editor Louis left jester day morning for Washington City to attend to some private business In his absence Judge M D Hughes will warm the wool sack which adorns the soap box in The Records sanctum If you have any job work send it in as competent hands will give you the best to be had Joe Forms Partnership Richmond Fantagraph Mr Joe ilaseldeii and Mr C S Powell two well known and prominent insurance men uf this city have formed a partner ship under the firm name of Powell Ilaseldcn and will write Life Fire and Accident insurance These men experienced and reliable business men and undeistand the insurance business thoroughly Times Have Changed Think of Lancaster where they used to have bullets on the menu daily now trying to maintain city officials without a single prisoner in the coun ty jail or work house Somerset Jour nalYes Brer Campbell that used to be the way but the Lancaster jajl is empty of late and it is such common occurrence that we pay no attention to it While an empty jail means dry picking for the jailer yet it speaks well fur a town Editors Must eat Louisville Tinies Louis editor of the Central Record in a writeup of Mayor R Kinnairds ban quet in honor of the completion of the Lancaster waterworks system tells how he forgot and while the remainder of the crowd were to eloquent speeches ate through the entire performance This in the opinion of Editor Menefee of the Advocate only goes to show that we country editors whose subscribers often forget to pay sometimes get un duly hungry and the genial Louis is no exception to the usual rule Twas Ever Thus Fairview Review Since the state ment was made not long since that Mrs Carrie Nation of saloon fame is drawing a salary of 350 a week a great and sudden change has appeared in many of our exchanges when they mention her name Before that state ment was made no language was too severe ur too vituperative about her Now so many of them are tossing com pliments to her and adding Aunt Carrie Nation does this and Aunt Carrie Nation says this not only praising her but actually claiming near relationship to her What mor tals are we and what animals be us Funny people are men To Warm Big Woolsack A special from Louisville says there has been considerable speculation the movements and aspira tions of former Governor William O Bradley who has been much in of late One surmise the matter is that he wanted to suprlant John W Yerkes as National Republican Committeemanfrom Ken tucky He is credited with a de sire to go to the national republican convention as a delegate at from Kentucky A Louisville friend per sonal and political who is very close to him stated exGov Bradleys real ambition is a judgeship on the United States Supreme bench and that he has a good chance to succeed Justice John M Harlan of Kentucky when the latter goes on the retired list The New An exchange has it thus In the beginning God created heavens and earth and then the editor then the liberal advertiser which was good The next day it snowed and the man who does not believe in dues not take the paper and then jbe rested Theu the devilgbt Into the moulding and created the man who takes the paper for severs years to pay for it After he had completed that sorry job and having a few lumps left he created the a Man who settles ills aateeripifcioa tre 4 J Landram Landram hismanners listen- Ing Wash- Ington regard- Ing large adve tlslnganotherwho room b mark Maps c 4i s zz cutting are frequently Danville regarding also that Version the created home and Tails excuse of lnfor mlng the Postmaster to tytted 1r r a Examinations for common school diplomas will be held in the office o the County Superintendent Friday and Saturday January 29th and 30th W H Harris Minstrels W H Harris minstrels will at the court house Friday night th 5th of February The proceeds are t go toward a house in place of by Capt Harris has secured profes signal men who will assist the local talent and a good show is promised A special portion of the court house will be set apart for white people and those who attend will get their mon eys worth If you want to see a good show and at the same time help a good cause go Were Fixed Now The Record office WES connected with the water works main last week re moving the only obstacle we have had in running out job work right on the minute that of getting water for the engine We have paid out enough for repairs on cisterns and for boys to carry up water to pay water rents for many years Those familiar with steam engineering know the trouble is more in the quality of water than anything else and now that we have what experts say is the best and plenty of it we ask no print shop odds in turning out the quickest and best work Wants a Whipping Post Our over crowded jails penitentiar ies and schools of reform cry aloud for the revival of Whipping Post Law Such a measure would be of benefit to the State at large not only in a monetary sense but as a real determent of crime Nothing has such an Influence in checking crime as the certainty of speedy and condignpun isbment And only a mawkish and maudlin sentiment of wouldbe hu mauitarians could say aught against such a good measure We hope our astute Senator now at Frankfort will introduce a whipping post bill Som erset Journal WellKnown in Lancaster We received last week a copy of the Standard of Keokuk Iowa a nice write up of our former townsman MrJSaml E Carey who had just celebrated his eightieth birth day The Standard speaks of him as Keokuks grand old man and pays him many high compliments which we know are deserved Mr Carey re sided in Lancaster many years ago time associatedwlth the editors father Gan W J Landram in the publication of the Garrard Ban ner Lancasters newspaper He many friends in Lancaster who rejoice to know that he enjoys good health and who wish him many more years of health and happiness A large of Mr Carey adorns the walls in the Lancaster Masonic Lodge Bro Barnes Theory Bro Barnes has been preaching in Pendleton county and nian thus summarizes his ideas He expresses the belief that the second coming of Christ is near at hand and that it is encumbent upon him to a final message before that time to the people of native State He started out as an orthodox Presbyterian minister but is now a free lance in the evangelistic field He says he has taught much theology in his day but that all of it can be summed up in the simple statement A good God and a bad devil He believes in a triune immersion and that the true Christian does not die but simply passes away and that ry person who dies goes direct to hell which he subdivides into three sta tions one for the unsaved man one for the Christian and one for the He says that every one will be finally saved Feast For Record Force Our friend Henry Burdett know ing the large appetite of printers brought us a large possum and a Monday They were nicely prepared and made a feast fit for ye gods EightyFour Years Old Capt Franklin Jackson White of The Record office passed his eighty fourth mile stoneSaturday He cele brated the occasion by coming to the office at 730 a m and two galleys columnsof brevier and leaving for home at exactly 2 oclock p m Only practical newspaper ple can appreciate this workand when we say the exceptionally good they will marvel at the Capt White has been setting type since he was placed on a soap box alongside his fathers case a lad years He lias been at the case ever since save the time spent ing in the Becomes to the office Tegularly every morning goes to copy hook and takes off enough to run several hours wipes his eye glasses puts in a good sized quid of Kate Gravely nd the way tbe Captain sets em up is a sight to behold health Jg remarkably good this winter having been with lees Indtepoe fin years Capt b8 warm friends wfipare delighted to tieen jpy8coiitiQoed health He Js by all jibe ere tin new one v ry contain- Ing picture The Pendleto KentuckyhIs eve coon type Mexicat a His tla know t Seed t8 rilii1 J5Iiib II rl 1 appeal destroyed fire some incalculable atone beings hast i convey angels pee proof was performance often sere war the recent White that good employiee otTheRecard o ce a116on- l himaeddoing what they can for his comfort sad bappin clover sad tiptathy seed D r 4 4 s s a n DANL RJCOLLIER DEAD Another of Lancasters Prominent Citi zens Answers thtJ Final Summons Dies Suddenly In Louisville Report of the sudden death of Gen Daniel R Collier wits a great shuck to nla friends his About seyen c iocKSaturdaysgl message was received Gen Collller had died sud denly A few moments later Gov Bradley called up Lancaster relatives and confirmed the report stating the remains would be brought here The clipping below from the Courier Journal tells of his illness and passing away Gen was horn in Garrard county where he all his life that portion spent in while serving as nf the Harrison and as Pension Agent the plae held at his death He at one time ran a dfjy goods and store In Lancaster and for many years held a position as storekeeper and gauger under Gen W J Landram Collector 01 Revenue For many years past has been promi nently identified the manage mentor Republican campaigns in Gar rard and at was chairman of the county commjttee having held the position years He was a man of convictions and never hesitated to express himselfon every question of importance lIe was a man of warm and when a friend to any one would do all in his power for that friends welfare and comfort He was devoted to his and the between parent and children was sweet indeed Gen Collier was a of the Christian and a Mason having been a of the Bryants ville Lodge during its existence Gen Collier was a gallant soldier in the army was of a jovial whole souled disposition which brought good cheer to his associates and his hearty laugh and good natured conversation will be greatly missed by who knew him best He leaves three children Mrs Robt L Elkin Mrs J E Robinson and Maj Wm II Collier and to them The Record joins the entire community in extending deepest Funeral were at the residence on Lexington St M TlnAfrJ at the conclusion of whicbjthe remains were to the Lancaster Cemetery Col Collier was the last surviving member of a family of a number of brothers and sisters and all of them except one died of some form of His brother Uaj Robert Col was a soldier in the Mexican War was a Major in the Seventh Ken cavalry during the Civil War Ie was one of the most prominent Republicans in the State and always took a leading part In the conventions and campaigns of that party He was a staunch friend of Gov Bradley and n speaking of aim the He was as brave as a lion as tender as a woman his hand was ever open to poor He was the protector of the weak and oppressed a faithful loyal and unswerving friend and as true a patriot as ever lived During thirty he has been as close to me as he could well have been and I never called on him but that he responded The funeral was attended by a great many prominent citizens from all over the state and many handsome floral designs were placed on the casket A striking illustration of Col Colliers popularity the procession of and Union soldiers who side by side in front of the fiearse all uniting in paying respect to the dead soldier Courier Journal the past six weeks Col Collier had a great sufferer from rheumatism been treated daily in thePope Sanitarium Col Collier was in the of stopping there every day about noon snit receiving treatment before he ate his dinner Yesterday tie visited the sanitarium at the usual time and after his treatment said to DrPope that he did not feel equal to walking to the Waverly Hotel for din per Dr Pope told him to go to a and lie down He followed the advice of his physician and said he thought he would take a nap and not eat dinner He went to sleep about two oclock and slept easily until 430oclk At that time he rang for the nurse and said he felt a slight nausea The nurse attended him and then he said he there for a few minutes and then go Col Collier had not taken off his when he lay down on the bed and just after the nurse entered the room he put on his coat Lying down again after the nurse left the room at about five and a oclock Col died when the nurse returned to the minutes later be ceased to breathe She called DrPope and the other physicians in the but nothing could be doneand son Wm was notified He was with ed Gov who raort jntlaatef the city took charge pit the SteekkoMerf tl The F r hold an inaporBt Seed oa GEN hometown a Sunday resided Surveyor President of Inter al h de th aQectloh member Lancaster member Un- Ion Wlth sympathy by Eld F Monday borne liar I I the years I I I 1 saysFor been room I I I ofGolCollierwe be notll I f and I I met J I l I li 2 1 il in this telephone staring very Collier save Louisville under time clothing ith his fir earl family church Those services conducted paralysis ucky Govenor said was Confederate marched Sundays ana had habit any would lie home clothes half Collier for room ten had sanitarium his Collier overcome grief Thee aoy Yriends Gov Bradley and others responded Bradley was his ar Orchard Iigmeetwar tbatcity Tuesday tb ssdseek- is y odtobe ass eer1NUA- ofwdirectors etc will besiaNaf 2t rli1yaiSdvsrelo HIit iRllMaittotals J Sa t w x 1- z N STEERS REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE Animal Drives to Town Becomes Ex eitd Jumps on Coach and II to Stanford Monday morning ExSheriff Curt A Robinson brought a large drove of cat tIe to town to be shipped to the drove a steer which might becallef Tdlrfy asll acted in a strange as soon as it came in sight of town It continu ed to Decome more unruly until the Public Square was reached when the several drivers could not manage the animal and it ran about the streets scaring women frightening horses and creating excitement generally After repeated efforts to get the steer to the pens the chase was abandoned and the animal disappeared Mr thinking it had returned to his farm That night when the passenger train came in the steer showed up at the depot The headlight on an engine seems to animals and the steer came up to the engine It seemed to be a careful study of the machine coming up almost against the drivers Engineer Ed Manson had been the steer closely and as he opened the throttle and pulled cut he spat a large mouthful of tobacco juice which landed squarely in the animals eye As Manson chews the strongest of long green the dose was a very hot one and pain made the steer frantic It reared on its bind legs plunged to and fro and just as the last coach passed it gave one terrific plunge and landed squarely on the platform of the slowly moving coach The steps were covered with ice and plunging to free itself the steers legs were soon so wedged between the guard rails as to hold it securely When Capt Frank Webb went through the train he opened the rear door as usual to see if any one was stealing a ride railroad men like the genial Capt Webb never nave time to stop and consider the ifs and ands of a proposition so quickly taking in the situation he called the train crew to his assistance Now said the If we pitch it off and kill it the company will be sued for enough to pay for ten steers so we must devise ways tosave it Examination show ed the animal had hot been injured so the crew decided to tie the steer securely This was done with a lot of cord and the animal taken the return and when Lancaster was reached the crew removed the nuts lifted out the guard rails which held the steer some stage were put the steer slid gracefully to to the ground none the worse for his free railroad trip but evidently glad to get back home The steer was driven into the stock pens and next day shipped to Cincinnati Rail oad Robinson Southbound attract mak- Ing Trained runNext up and l I Carried Cincinnati was manner watching Captain Special Sale On Friday Jan 29th Special Sale of 500 yds Percale at 5c per yd One lot of Ladies black hose at 5c rer pair as long as the lot lasts One lot of Torchon lace at 3 per yd Quantity limi ted to each customer Purchases must be made in person Saturday Jan SOth and and Feb 1 2 and 3 Special Sale of FINE DRESS GOODS and SILKS at prices that will surprise YOU On the above date we will offer some 10 and 12 Cloaks for 5 EVERYTHING CASH No premium tickets will be given during this sale Everyone who holdour premium tickets are requested to bring them in for redemption The Logan Dry Goods Go t Stock0 FOR CHANCHIN BUSINESS ti t- On I I ilC fF t your dccountis i nUdt91st an4 w Call aJJd i itnritedlatel9 i iJii 11 tt eo I f J t e t f it t iGjl lti it t- f 2 t f T S t T t 4 due a Ja exec o to i S4tt1c Y M 4 HTbogana 4M t fr J t Sri i 4 v C3r ffi jet In The Habi Of Trading With r 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 goods are to go Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED Stocking All Sizes All Qualities Removal l o k 1 If L rr IIJ JInT5f9C jV q f I II u r 1111 tI 0 1 JiJPJ illjI I At Your Own It I II II II I I it It IIII n II t tit I 1 FAY JOSfPHMERIANTJtlOOJMt I Sale wt t tvr4w rt OUwQWJWqsrv1w s H 4 F1 1 FFf14H i t butt Price1 We have on hand TWENTY SKIS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close out at prices thatwill pay you to call at once Several new designs for ehildrens f rr them Markers in this lot These must be by Also call and get our ric for Spring delivery Iarfardtoffy STANFORD ST 5 n st t 4 s f o 1t stones sol 1 Marble or LANCASTZR t l s 23L Y K r4 h t t Entered at tkePoit Office in Lancaster Matter Ky 1904 In an interview with a Louisville Post reporter Goy Bradley said After mature deliberation 1 have concluded to announce as a candidate for delegate at large to the coming National Convention I believe that every one seeking such a position should unhesitatingly and without evasion state what his action will be slant as to his position I am for President Roosevelt first last and all the time He is the solution of the question and the only solution His administration has been wlsecourage patrloticand the Republican party cannot to and will not re pudiate him Wages in the United States on the average are more than twice those in Belgium times those of France Germany Italy and Spain and and a halt those in England and Scotland Wages in Bus sian factories are 2 cents an hour and upward There are thousands who work for cent an hour and tens of thousands who do not receive 20 cents a day for ten eleven and more hours work The complaint is made that the in tention t6 keep closed unsafe theaters and public halls in Chicago is ruining certain lines of business Better that than to run the risk of sacrificing hundreds of lives needlessly in the twinkling of an eye as in theater horror Savings deposits in Chicago banks have passed the 100000000 mark In the last year they have increased more than 22000000 This speaks well for the economic condition of the country When people have considerable money in bank they are invariably prosperous and thrifty It is the Panama canal or no canal The great railways across the western plains hope it will be the latter The obstructionists in congress ought to recognize this and would were it not for mere politics Mr Hanna has not declined the Re publican nomination for president for the reason it hasnt been to him yet Bryan is not worrying as much over the success of his plans as some folks who do not do anything toward help ing him Woman Fate Woman The highest mark of esteem a man can give a man is to ask his friend ship and the most signal proof of her Indifference is to offer him hers the Judge who bad just entered the room And only one man present bad ever gussed that the Judges great heart was empty and his great lonely because the woman he loved bad offered him her friendship when he bad asked for her love rlably great men who put some little tool woman upon a pedestal and her from afar idolizing an ideal their minds have conceived blindly unconscious of the unworthiness of the reality never sufficiently grate ful for their escape When a mans ideal falls it seldom fails to crush him Sooner or later she is bound to tumble off and break her poor little self into bits And the rest of her life is apt to be spent in being sorry for a disap pointment she never willingly Most women it is the of husbands in general would rather beloved in spite of their faults than for any perfections real or imag inary they might possess the aver age woman would be kissed and forgiven and then than worshipped from the foot of a tai always Royal Rivers in Housekeeper MARKSBDKY Mr M F Rout has been suffering rheumatism MrAlex Duhram has returned from a trip toKnox county Mr T D Chesnut has sold hiscrop of tobacco to Harrodsburg parties 4 und 8 ctsper lb J W Woods said to Sanders of Lancaster 400 bushels of wheat at 1 per bushel Mr V M wife and daughter have been spending a few days with Mrs Mary Rice near Danville Miss Lynne Moss of Lancaster the guest Saturday and Sund y Misses Carrie and Mary Durham Tommle Francis of Lancaster is getting up a subscription school at Rice Academy Miss comes well recommended Mrs Ben Hughes and daughter Della Rice of Lancaster spending days Mrs Margaret in this community has a pig with two tongues l been re marked not be astonish if it were a womrn with 2 tongues So for the compliment A few days John went to on business JShe had her horse put inthe 11 very stable IB a short time she miaeM her book and reiaembered he in ber buggy She Immedia TT JiLl W HNTRA RECQJ1JJ LOUI Btcondez Cat air osand a the Iroquois tendered woo quoted It wor- Ship I promoted experience rather now es December t Walker Mir J iI I ill i1 IiJ Sutton i1 Afarmer iJ has 1 bal ill ill sods 1 ill pock i 7 I1t i after tbuttPUDd Ie1J jt with l r FL c CAN RAMP Mir ai Lancaster January z9 sottiat no one carl beinvolibt is afford three Denmark one that ho Is inv the with a Rice Francis little are several with would much oMrsag torn had let It bad been ato Very or Mrs oodepLe- JtBlken 3 her tipttp for auGlttuliaaytobe stopped Y M r y aS t qyft s use a was titant kit d N j t 3 Qqplon bouuljfc n yearling from Ben Ilauiin for 823 John Hill sold 3 work mules to Geo Peel of Jessamine for 8345 Ben Kelley bought a load of corn S Sebastian at 225 per lb Mary Coils of Richmond Is visiting her sisters at this place Mrs Ollle Todd of Richmond is vis ting her grandmother Mrs Mary Kelly Herbert Gulleyand Prather sold their crop of tobacco at Sets Mr Ben Ham and two sons Charlie and Fred visiting relatives in Rus W E Broaddus of Louisville was called to the deathbed of his father last Tuesday Mr Morton Broaddus health had been faijing him for seveal months and on Monday last was stricken with paralysis and died Tuesday evening Jan 19th at the home of his son Mr Cronely Broaddus He was in his 78 year He was married to Miss Mary Saunders about fifty years ago eight children were born to bless their his wife and two children on the other side to him one daughter having died quite young and Mr J N Broaddus who died several years ago InLancaster He leaves six children tomourn the loss of a kind and loving father He was ever to say a kind word to those he met and will be missed by others as well as his immediate fami ly He has good example for his boys as well as others to follow He was member of the Christian church at Scotts Fork and will be greatly missed in the church work She Gals There Just the Same Falmouth Pendletonian A ben cant plow corn hoe cotton or split wood but she can get there just the same She dont cost more than a drink of whisky and a plug of tobacco pay eight per cent on twentyfive dollars in a vearand pay her board besides The fellow who thinks a hen cant make money dont know anything about a her Take an old speckled hen for instance thats had no raising at all One been thrown out of the knocked off the porch with a broom and chased out of the garden by a worthless pup Just take that sort of an old fashioned hen and lets see She lays at least twenty five eggs on a stretch and then goes to setting on thirteen of her eggs The other pays her keep while she turns eggs into chickens and while steels scratch sag for them alter they are hatched and before being weaned That sort of a hen generally raises abought 8 of a brood that sell for 2 But we must knock of 1 for their raising and only put 1 to the credit of old spec who loafs awhile and then repeats her per formance and again we have another dollar to the credit of our hen Well its now midsummer and she loafs awhile and then she takes another laying spell and lays a quarter of a hundred eggs and then again and brings on a tall brood that sells as be tore and we credit her with another 2 of the produce ot another batch of eight chickens which makes 3 to her credit over and above all Then she lays a little more and her feathers and knocks about scratches for a living until towards the holidays when she takes another spell of laying and lays a good lot of eggs by Christmas and quits but dont set because its too cold But along about February she starts again and lays sharply for a month or more until she is around to the time where she started last year and in tooting up we find that she has paid all ex penses and 3 besides in twelve months A pretty good showing tWenty five centhen When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the tree of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the cells of the lungs produces free expectoration and opens the se cretions A complete cure soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and i t leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Frisbies 1m When a man pays the price of fame he gets as much change back as he expected Perfect CoBdence Where used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household whena child showed symptons of croup there is perfect confidence This is owing to the uniform success of Cough Remedy in the treatment ot that disease Mrs Ml Bas of Poblesyille Md In of her experience in the use of that remedy con fidence In Reme dy for I have used It My child Garland is subject to attacks of erode and it always promptrelief For sale by Frisbies Drugstore 1m Never waste ottr time arguing gion with a takes in f l rr Y J ItttAny lastweek union were seta a 1 interest corncrib dozen setS expenses right a 1 DrugStore 1 now Chamberlains bamberlalt severe Washing a l trOU ltOU8O j at 1 iftS froM Ifinis erect rs James are sal county when ready t she eau that sh a for use air never there ford speaks says I have a world of with perfects cess gives him e 11ia t Atell7 eyf Chamberlains 6toeiacb aed Tablets A for atom coastiptst soda Price 25 cents isle Frlebles xikrr ax k y T X s add 1 Liver aCIL IOettt r to is in Mr J T JaoUPOji Is proelnar himself be an uptodata post master The prospects wheat are rather dull after the hard winter weather church is now completed and a and substantial building About all the tobacco has been sold this neighborhood at 61 to cents per pound Mr Joe Simpson is preparing lo build a new dwelling house where his house burned We are glad to see The Record on the increase at this office Everybody delights in reading it The people of this community are iuTcsr cibe death of Col Dan Collier He taught school at this place more than 40 years ago MrBrutis his farm near here to a Mr Napier of Clay who has moved to it while we hate to loose Mr Wearen we welcome Mr NapierOur good friend and brother W T is very much improved in health we are glad to say He is a good man but has suffered pain for the past six weeks May the Lord bless and restore him A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although ev ery joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bella mvaiocomotive fireman Burlingtonla Iwas weak and pale without apr petite and all run down As I was to give up 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 Every man thinks lie is the proper one to stand around and boss the job June One minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the which tickles the mucous mem brane causing the cough and at the 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 1m A man may be able to trade his rep utation for money but he cant trade back Cured After Sufterlas 10 Year B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any perms nent benefit He says One night while feeling exceptionally bad I was about to throw down the evening when I saw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Cure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than Ihave been in years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintances suffering from trouble 1m A single man who can give good re ference and is not afraid of work Must have a reasonaole education 15 per month and board to the right man Telephone Co tf Lancaster Ky wSBEAZrEY Beazley Paris JOffice over Thomp ons store Danville at Cat Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Co we will on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for the Lexington florist and fill orders for any signs on the shortest notice Callus up and we wilt telephone order at once Phone 119 Lancaster The Markets LoUISVILLE KY JOE 27 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 450475 Medium to good shipping steers 4 25 4 50 Choice butcher steers 4 004 25 Medium 3 60 3 85 Common to medium butchers 300 340 Good 3 75 4 00 Common to feeders 2 50 3 CO 3 50 3 76 Common to medium stock steers 2 50 3 50 Good to choice stock i 2 75 3 00 Common to medium stock 2 50 2 75 Plain light mixed stockera 1 75 2 25 Medium to good bnlls 2 50 8 00 veal c iy i ii 600 5 75 Common to calves 3 609 4 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 lbs 605 Medium packers 160 to boa Choice light shlp iao to 160 lb 475 Choice Jigs 90 to 130 Iba 435 Roughs 156 to5801bi LAMBS seed rJl E i jfA KIff B 8 I Neaten sold county indeed tremendous about Igct a bottle of Electric 1 microbe same time clears the phlegm draws Sold by F P Frisbie 1 paper Dyspepsia stomach Sold by F PFrlsble Wanted Bastin o G C PARIS Dentists de- I 9 25 tf medium stock steer to lbs i cltI518S e for ethel beautiful firj Watson any rundown law S r 6 can to good butchers to choice feeder Good to extra heifers Sellers r medium 3BO y Good pigsIO to BOlbs 55 8RBKP AND extra e9J6Pinia6eeH 8 BIB 3 22 2 I Dy frae6fppiaglnmbec last lliseMzI 6g t T rr as so s L O sr v VH r0 We Moulding in stock and frame Pictures c Neatly and promptlyTry us M6Rooorts Drug J e XaTfyaG riJS uCMrtrC XCwt aTiG n carxyr ore RKINNAIRD INSURANCERej- resenliDiFolloiiDiCoiiijanies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conueticut German American Phenix of Brookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautil- eAetDaLifeInsCoflfHartforiCfli LEWIS Y LEAVELL Presidenti POSTED our lands for hunting fishing or any of the law S F Embry Price Bros Ed N George 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 T L Alex West LearBII West W R Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas E Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton Hemphill C Ilemphill Leslie Ilarber warningprosecute BPrice Leavell Wm Lear Broaddus Walden- J WneelerE S w Mrs J 0 0 V s v i The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO f A H DENNY President SURPLUS 10000 0 JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier E T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird x493 2 0 2 J F Robinson Asst Cashr 2 o 0 2 9 oo 00 OOOOOOOOOGOp000000000000000A0 A 2e 0 o A o0 e0 00 B a b e a S 0000000000000000000000000v0000COd J S ROBINSON Vice Pre I j ORGANIZED 1883 Tin 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS ftoooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold FOR Repairs for above Plows TWHLKERSON LI1SI E OF MILLINERY GOODS is always complete We always in stock all the NOVELTIES and NOTIONS Prices the I I I I Clover and Timothy Seed III I Olner and Vnlcan c II- ISyrac e ann Hll Ploys fV have SALLBI1JtltLf3 i r NMMr HEADQUARTERS I Fios1 Side j- OUR lowest r L9 r t 1 sr USzFs 4 t 4 OW Jai 6aiIC 1 P Y f0ifi0 t i i ii I Plows 0 I See Our disc plow ID I 0 HarIowslI I I flIlflf ruK rJi jJ i new walking PO5TLE Selfindulgence is the secret of Climatic Cure The influence of climatic in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Ger man Svrun 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 Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thous of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size The At all druggists Feb 04 0 II German ads indigence Faiths forelock brightens to days outlook Stop It A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys Hon ey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold J E Stormes 1m Although tomorrow may never come the morning after the night before in varibly arrives Whats In A Namn Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specifictor 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 I C C DeWittssthe 4Sp 4U Its necessary to have some good vhis 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 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 820 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 plain sealed box for 250 a two gallon jug in box 475 athree gallon jug In box 700 a fourgallon jug for 9 oo and prepay charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Safe Delivery and Entire SATISFA6TION In Every Respect or Your Money Refunded Goes with every order And our guarantee Is always gocd 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 tried it you dont find all our claims true you are at liberty to retnrult at our expense We will pay charges both ways and return all your money even to the price of your postage You shant lose one cent by trying our goods if we fail to please you Make your remittance payable and address HAGAN DISTILLING 00Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order IN THE WINTER PUREj ida allexpress 6 j TIME J Goop 7 I I Things we dont possess make life worth living Children Poisoned Many children are poisoned and made nervous and weak if riot killed out Ight by mothers giving them cough svrups con tain ing opiates Foleys Hon ey and Tar is a safe and certain reme dy for coughs croup and lung troubles and is the only prominent cough medi cine that contains no opiates poisons C C J E Stormes 1m women sigh for is long life jjthbut old age From Terrible Death The family of MrsM L Bobbittof Bar gerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skilful physicians and every remedy used railed while consumption was slowly put surely taking her life In this terrihle hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption tuned despair into joy Time first bottle brought immediate relief and its con Uiued use completely cured her ue most certain the wprlcKfor all throat and lung troubles Bottles 50c and 100 Trial hot ties free at McRoberts drug store 1m The cup that cheers time woman tears IV PacaiaoBla and mOrlppe Coughs cured quickly by FoTeys substitutes JP0 J E Stprmea J r Ito 4 II I or other St VVhat Saved I z its 4e cure In Guaranteed gf I litifloney and Tar Refuse f Any man who works only for pay sel dom does his best Wonderful Nerve displayed by many a man endur pains ot accidental Cuts Wounds Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at McRoberts Druggist 1m Whisky will take a man down faster than a toboggan Millionaires Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the millionaire is often paraded In the public prints as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of great wealeh But millionaires not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is far the Dyspepsia and indigestion are rampant among these peppleand they suffer far Worse tortures than the millionaire unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Greens August which favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for thirtyiiye years August rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite insuring perfect dlgo It tones vitalizes ff tire system and makes life a i v Mi ling are greater an loft regalaSlZe r 5 overfed mon toIlers Flower has been a over Flower and the worth lv lug no matter what yourstation TrIal bottles 25c 15c Atal drugglsts Peb04 leI 1 Z51 Gossip About A Brief Meshes of the and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Katie Simpson gave an elegant dinner Thursday Miss Bettie Anderson has recovered from her recent illness Col WS Ferguson is sick wlth grip at his home in Covington Mrs S C Denny continues ill at her home Lexington avenue Flkin has interesting class of painted china in Stanford Miss Theo Hemphill returned to Hamilton College Lexington Friday Lucy Francis of Pilot Lick is visiting her aunt Robinson Miss Louise Farris entertained a few friends very charmingly the past week Dr H M Grant leaves this week for Chicago where hisis thinking of lo cating Miss Violet Preston of Louisville is the guest of Misses Alma and Mary LearMrs George D Robinson and children of Lincoln are visiting Mrs Dorcas WalkerMiss Burnside left Wednesday for a visit to friends in Frankfort and LexingtonMr Kendall of Flemingsburg was the guest of Mr R L Davidson WednesdayMrs and daughter Miss Eva of Danville hive been guests of Mrs HA Price Mr Lee Curry and family of Har rodsburg attended the funeral of Mr Theodore Curry Miss Bettie Broaddus of Kirksville js the attractive guest of Mrs Dave Ross this week Mrs R L Paint Lick has been with her parents Mr J C Thomp son and wife Mr W Y Curry of Coffeeville Kan attended the funeral of his father Mr TheodoreCurryMr has been in Stan ford at the bedside of his lather who continues very ill Mrs Margaret Dunn is at home visit to her son Mr Cooper Dunn of Chattanooga Tenn Miss Mattie Mae Robinson has re turned from a pleasant visit to Miss Cerena Dunn of Danville Attorney J Mort Rothwell has re turned from Frankfort where he has been rooting for the fish bill Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise liava a pleasant with Senator in Frankfort Mrs Sam WooldrJJge and handsome daughter Mis Mary left Thursday for a visit to relatives in Harrodsburg Danville News Circuit Clerk Price who is ill with typhoid fever the News is glad to inform his many friends is better today Richmond Climax Mr and Mrs George D White have gone to San Texas where they will spend the remainder of the winter Miss Lucretia Skinner the polite andaccomodatlner operator at the tele phone exchange ill for sever al days and the patrons miss her very muchMaj W H Collier accompanied the remains of bis father from Louisville Sunday He holds an important posh lion in the Government service in that city The weather never gets too cold for Ed Walton the gifted editor of the Interior Journal to attend court days lIe was here as usual Monday and made us a most pleasant call Gen Wilber H Smith Lexington and Mr Early wine of Paris attended the funeral of Col D R Collier and paid The Record ofllcea most pleasant call Gen Smith conducts one the finest business colleges in the South and bis earnest work to help young men has won for high position in the estimation of the people of the State Mrs William Anderson entertained Friday afternon in celebration of her seventy first birthday anniversary at herbomeon Danvllle avenue Her He was prettily decorated for the occasion and elegant refreshments served She was the recipient of numerous remem brances Sincere congratulations and well wishes were tendered and the oc casion proved a most one Miss Margaret Tomllnson Thursday evening at cards at her home on Richmond avenue With the addition of and ferns the cozy home was made to look still more inviting Miss Tomlinson is a uni ver avori teandpne of the most charm log of young women A delicious menu was There were five tables and the prizes souvenirs that delighted the lucky winners The great to the guests LT Ii L 1J 1 People Ce Miss Sallie Miss Mrs S S nt Jenningsot after- a visit ar R G Antonia haSbeen of of hlma h mal sal f led A Do f JI ldJ1uli8 r be Interested lr shad Monday enjoyable entertained served to be one of pleasure TestPoeke Beclr Never In the way troubJ to car ly easytotake pleasant and never DeWittsLittle- EarJyRtserL A vial of these little pills In the vest pocketIa a certain guarante igalnt headache bhllIo ness torpid llverand all of the hllire- saltfngfronrcoesUpatloa I Hd streagtbeathe lIv r Sold by- P P FrlebIe i i e rtt BtislnessatilBargaifis Valentines hundreds of them at tf Thompsonss Closing out our Xmas goods cheap er call early Thompson the Jeweler Remember the goodswe are closing out spot tf Thompson the Jeweler Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of thebestin the county Service 8L 1030tf Potts Bros agent for Bell and Rarblson Lexington and Danville flor lsts For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 1 8tf The HaseldenRoblnspn Hardware Co Buggies Harness Saddles and Im plements Electric Ranges FastCooking Good Looking Low Prices AH 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 Feb 1st Come at once for bargains tf J C Thompson Have started my mill and will have on band a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersvllle Ky Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work lean give you the service of a practical plumber of everal years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Your account is due and we need the money All accounts be fore Jan 10th will add 6 per cent to them Thompson the Jeweler Coal Coal Coal Austin Bartons old stand carry an immense stock of coal on hand at all They handle nothing but the t their prices are correct Ring up and see what they will do for you ju10tf Bank Stock For Sale I have 14 shares of Citizens Nation al bank at Lancaster stock for sale desiring to purchase will Room 406 KyTitle Building TLou isvilie Ky naming price that will be paid VV 0 Bradley tf In order to make a change in our business we will close out our stock of Books Toysand fancy goods As we wish to make more room for our watches clocks jewelry and spectacle business tf Thompson the Jeweler Clearance Sale of Fine Box We have a nuinbertof boxes of paper where the box only is sligJHly soiled the paper is in that we will sell for a limited time only at actual cost Come earImnd get your Frisbies Drug Store Special Notice I have moved my shop to rooms un der the Fox Studio where will be glad to see our friends and customers Po lite attention good razors and years of expeiience fit us to do the 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 most prompt service 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 machine ry is in good condition and the build ing is located near the depot making shipments easily handled or address meat Lancaster Ky V S Leave 122tf Special Announcement Beginning Jan 1st we offer for cash only our entire stock of dry goods hats caps shoes clothing notions and queensware When we saycost it will be cost Owing to its being so staple an article we will retail groceries at the usual prices until the other stock sexhausted Remember these prices are for cash only or produce in ex change A dissolution of causes us to take this method in elm out the stock CD Powell Co 4t Insurance and Real Insurance Ihave moved to the second floor in Stbrmes Block adjoining JM Roth wells office where I will conduct a general Insurance and real estate bus mess I represent the old Aetna Life of the the safest and best dividend paying companies in the nation also health and accident insurance City or country property sold or leased on reasonable terms J will make it to hill and I represent the Phoenix Assurance Company of Eng laud Ttf M Hughes Some men who imagine they were cut Out ae x t1J tIi ll are EdC Gaines is take stock Luwber notpaid es b d No 104 Anyone silverware per ditlen choice tt n J C Call on firm t II 4 6DIEDEN1 S t cash BeazJeyat address d the your Interest to see me Judge Hemp Fire London for politicians are might poor fits MEDIC1 I r Land Stock Crops For Kale fTen thoroughbred Southdown ewes They from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky The value of the corn crop in 1903 is placedat 952863801 Almost bill ion dollars The cotton crop of Alabama Arkan sas and South Carolina is about 1000 000 bales worth 50 each fteorgia and Mississippi produce 1400000 bales and Texas 2400000 More than half the cotton is now produced west of the Mississippi River There is quite a demand in the East for Missouri rabbits under the name of Belgian hare says the National Provisioner It is not an unusual sight to see the animal listed on swell bills of fare at fashionable restaurants The flesh has a gamey sort of flavor and somewhat responds to the demands of the human appetite for a change of grub They are bought in as large quantities as carload lots Not a single cattle feeder in my county made a year said Charlton Alexander of Pens Ky in an interview in the Cincinnati Wednesday Thousands of cattle In Bourbon county every year and last year the number was unusually large but the bottom dropped out of the market and the cattle which should have been sold for excellent prices hardly brought the value of their feed We hope for bet ter things this year t The Country Dance The following is almost a correct of how the country dances are pulled off in these days and times an exchange About one oclock chip in for the booze and get ready for the grand march At 7 p in the crowd assembles Polly Ann is there dressed in her best blue calico with a yard and a halt of red ribbon around her waist and hanging down until it reaches the floor Mary Jane and the rest are also there dressed in a similar costume The music for the occasion which consists of a banjo and French harp played by two who dont know a tote from a Chinese letter and sitting in one cur ner wasting for the word Play They are told to proceed and the strains of music which sounds like a can hooked on to the tail ofa dog com ing through town with the assistance of getaway quick commences and attends to Sal walt zes Susan around until her corset strings pop like horse corn in hot greaseIn Tough Bill Shootall and his attention being attracted by with his gal he swells up like a hog bladder blown with a pipe stem and says hes going to clean out the whole business He cusses a few blue streaks waves his 38 rlmfire bull dog over his head and plugs a hole in the ceiling as a warning that hes it The girls go into hysterics theold lady of the house feints and the old man shakes until the window glass rattle Some of the boys who have worked up a nerve with the assistance of ger juice make a rush for Shootall and the rest is described this way One eye knocked out two ribs dislocateda leg broken four pieces of whisky bot tIe glass in his skull and a claret nose After much trouble the girls are home and Shootall is operated on by the old leliable conntry MD Thus is the ending of Bills Shootemall Another Cue of Cured by Chamberlain Pain Balm The efficacy ot Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Grigsby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when everything else failed and be would not be without it For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Nothing is calculated to jar an eligi ble girl like young man who talks about his money but says nothing about matrimony omeMIe Trouble It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by havingDr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work ia Stomach and Liv er troubles Theynot only relieve you He Stood by the Dictionary a Robertson county justice of the Peace the other day a man was tried on the charge of stealing hogs After the evidence was in his attorney pleaded that his client bad stolen pigs not hogs and asked that be be dis charged In support of this conten tion he cited a Supreme Court decis ion which released a man who was charged with stealing stallion when it was shown that the horse was a The Websters dictionary and read that a pig is a bog He Supreme Court thought a pig wasnt a hog it could decide so OT appeal jayifjiftj he sild I aai lo Old Nqah th splendid merit Wtt j Cam dollarlast arefattened says congregate fellows swingsPollyandS Abe little DrugStore get r ti Enquirer account gotten 5 4 Before gelding down said If the For going stand by I LlfAttakb- utknew f Fyaffseyad Tal YOU would or two JIEjeIItiall aUketIsmeosla- Ia rIsItisssus por life r 1vI Take your prescriptions FRISBIES I t zJ i top PHARMACY where they will be carefully by registered pharmacist from the PUREST DRUCS Our line of Druggists Sundries is al ways complete and we have the Best Cigars and Tobacco In Town Remember the place North side Public Square compounded fRI 81 I 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 r 8c N LAUNDRY 51 53W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky I S T U D I O LANOASTER BRANOH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 AM to 3 P M Call e rly 2 2 2 THE FOX ems SPENCER President AccouatmntSxpert B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance UavidsonsCurrey Educates Young People Foe BwmcKf Good Emplaymcai and Soccess J OH WRITE roll rou INFORMATIONcaLl 8IXJIIMID MARe vgLOmSYLLEft EXPERT JU WNTING DEPARTMENT Business College 1J MANAGERS 8 IPilr 1Gl1e plhis ftiOf t to i For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer Connty as a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed G Gilbert subject to the action of the Your support is earnestly colic ted tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L Divot soy as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Galley Is a CAndleate for Supt of Public Schools in Garnrd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E as a candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic party RELIGION OF CTEHTTLEMAN Make Allowances for the Short corn IMKB of Some Otbera IlloB trattom Important Truth At the very least a mans religion ought to make him a gentleman Mr Alford spoke with some impa tience says the Youths Companion What personal illustration are you going to follow that remark with asked his friend with a smile I have a personal Illustration in mind but you havent yet assented to the general proposition I am disposed to be conservative A religion ought to do a great many things that it does not always do You must allow something for the man But I was giving what I counted the irreducible minimum And the thing of most importance Then you are mistaken Religion may sometimes be very real and not make a man a gentleman nor is the making of a gentleman the thing of impor tance I suspect that you are referring to our mutual friend Carson Yes he is at it again A more unbalanced and mischief making man I never Knew- I knew one who was more himselfYou his religion has Improved him I know it Before his conversion Carson was as you know him only more so and in another way He is a hard man to get on with because he gets impatient with others when they are less zealous than he is in good works He was once as reckless and wanton in pursuit of evil as he now is zealous for good He was as quarrelsome as he is In a good deal less likely to be on the right side when he Moreover he was not then as he is now penitent after his blunders You did not know that he was a man capable of penitence The in tensity of his zeal in error when he is wrong is the measure of his selfcon demnation when he is over the heat of his passion He is quicktempered hasty in speech uncharitable in narrow in his outlook what more shall I admit He was once all this and more And now he is first of all absolutely sincere there is not a dishonest fiber in his being He is in dead earnest and might well put to shame some men of more culture who take things easy From the soles of his feet to the ends of his red hair he is full of human sympathy that out to every living thing that God has made full of readiness to help and he never seems to get tired He is a valuable man and his is a grand success but it will never make him a gentleman he will always be a blunderer a man of hasty speech deficient in the graces of the Christian life But if you knew him as I do he would be about the last man you would choose to illustrate the fail ure of religion to change a life for good The other man was silent for a time I did not know all this he said a little I must make more allow ance for Carson and perhaps there are some things that I can learn from him I am just wondering whether my own religion has done as much for me Nevertheless said his friedd your proposition was partly right A mans religion ought to make him a gentle man There is no good reason why a man being already a gentleman should not also be a Christian and there certainly is no reason why a Christian should not add this excellent grace and be a gentleman But is not of necessity a failure even if it does not in every case make a man a gentleman WORDS OF WISDOM But Patience was willing to wait John Bunyan Tomorrows burden prevents todays blessing Rams Horn A sunny temper gilds the edges of lifes blackest cloud Gutbrie Active participation in the duties of this world seems to be the surest safe guard for the health of body and mind Lydia Maria Child The only greatness is unselfish love There is a great difference be tween trying to please and giving pleas ure Henry Drummond Write your name in kindness love and mercy on the hearts of those who come in contact with you and you will be forgotten Chalmers Cheerfulness is a small virtue it is true but it sheds such a brightness around us in this life that neither dark clouds nor rain can dispel its happy fluence E V B Alexander So long as we love we serve so long as we are loved by others I would almost that we are indispensable and no is useless while he has a Robert Louis Stevenson is no noble life save that wkich is lived above the iHwharlUbleaeBe the every a At the last there can be BO beauty for you or JM bet the Twwrtjr rf apU Mrs Mary Clewer Hudson For God MtMM it OM of hie glerieft tSat He brlB s good o t of eVil a J I I I AN NDUNOEMENTS Hon- G party mans obstreperous soCar intemperately nowmore- so factand quarreled judgment I t I I after BaT i r ff tiOI 4f i f 4 a Democratic Democratic Robinson County gOes religion relig- Ion never in- man friend- There a r It wigs bat ressen we abesid trust dad to govern wcrJd Ms ptaiMB thtt we ihould patiently wait till the change comcth or rca son be dlBcoyered Jeremy Taylor It is not in our Lords Cross and Pat sionfthat His patience comes most home Patience with the daily dlsappQlktments of life patience with the follies the unworthiness the in gratitude Jpf those one loves thesa things dally example Wounds In the house of our friends take human nature by surprise and God only can teach us to bear them Julia H Ewing 0 1 t frHI OWlS tit I and to usL reur IN THY NEW YEAR Lord God in Thy New Year Heed Thou our song and prayer Thy world 0 Lord is sweet i With flowery prints of feet Of children who for rest i Climb to the mothers breast But oft the mother weeps Where in the rosestrewn deep Love with the children sleeps Spare them lifes little while Ere they make Heaven smile Lord God in Thy New Year Heed Thou our and prayer As Hedged birds leave the nest So from the mothers breast Wander the children sweet Sharp thorns are at their feet Shed from lifes starless skies Blindness falls on their eyes Lead them through darkest night Lord to Thy light Thy light Shield them lifes little while Ere they make Heaven smile Lord God In Thy New Year Heed Thou our song and prayer Which Is the way to tread Heavenward above our dead Which the true way that leads Starward from stormy creeds Lo we are wrapped In night Unbind more stars of light j Arch In Thy Heaven again Rainbows of hope to men Lead us through darkest night Lord to Thy light Thy light This is our song Lord In Thine own New Year F L Stanton in Atlanta Constitution OPEN THE SHUTTERS To the Soul Sitting In Darkness the Inner Light Bring a Message of Larger Life It is night There are flickering gas jets on a city street They struggle in effectually to light up the gloom On both sides long rows of brick houses with solid shutters closed tightly within brightness and cheer cozy dra ingrooms happy family circles The throng without struggles on in the dark ness The groups within are content In the good cheer of the fireside Only a wooden shutter between One day a stranger from another city moved into one of these houses When the night drew on the shutters were left open as was the custom in the city from whence he came His new neighbors pondered and in a little while nearly all of the shutters remained opened The street was transformed tired pedestrians stumbled no more people weary of loneliness and the dark sought this street and light within shone into the gloom with Is there sunshine in our souls Are the shutters closed Then open them wide says the Baptist Union Let the light of Gods love flash forth upon the drear night of the worlds sorrow and sin A radiant countenance a voice of Divine melody with the ring of faith hope and love in it will inspire the hope less with hope the doubter with trust theJoyless with joy and energize the When the heart is weary and tears like mist hide Heavens blue the luminous face is an antidote for pessimism and despair and to the soul sitting in darkness and the shadow of death it brings a message of the larger fuller nobler life Throw open the shuttersSEEDS THAT WILL GROW True culture is simply soul growth Rams Horn It is Impossible for that man to de spair who remembers that his Helper is omnipotent Jeremy Taylor Your daily duties are part of your life just as much as your devo tions H W Beecher There is no selfcomplacency in feel ing ourselves in harmony with the Di vine for the more you feel so the more you feel that it is God that worketh in you to will and to do of His good pleas ure Gail Hamilton When I found that it was Christs nature td lift men out of weakness to strength out of impurity to goodness out of everything low and debasing to superiority I felt that I bad found a Ward Beecher A commanding love has made a face beautiful with aspiration and selfsacrifice What may we expect when the spirit of God without measure breaks through a physical nature molded to the perfection of grace and harmony Helker If one carefully notices the course of tne worm every man oe ne religious or irreligious will come at the middle or end of life to the same conclusion as David I have been young and now am old yet have I not the righteous forsaken his seed begging bread Not that all is smooth or easy or for tunate on the contrary Many are the afflictions of righteous but the Lord delivereth him out of them all M Craik Tara Your Bjrv from Yonraelf Think as little as possible about nay good in yourself turn your eyes resJ olntely from any view of your your influence your plan your success your following above all sneak as as possible about your self Tbe of our self love aakes speech about ourselves like putting of a lighted torch to the dry wood which has been laM in order for burning Blsbop Wilber force To caHBC te gala without Bort itbatwiich eort CarM all His L I song and Jrayer behold- Ing lingeredthe lout unveiled GodHenry homely SoS seen nor the h tee j t I t lifeless religious I acquire- ments little inordIn the Preves iiaa UfRas Marie Tr l Uot It Xiv Critical Then Appears t rut light Most farmers object to seed wheat that contains small quantities of some different varieties the objectionis per fectly legitimate though the crop be as good from such mixed seed as from pure seed of a single variety The same rule applies to other grains Few men lack system and uniformity to the extent of altogether Ignoring fine lines of stock and grain a farmer will succeed best with what he likes best and with that of which he is most proud There is hilt one way of seed wheat that has become mix ed with undesirable heads this method is picking or selecting heads true to type and name But this is a more critical business than appears at first thought not only must the length of the straw conformation of the head anti its color be closely observed hut heads thus selected may hide within the chaff a very different grain it is necessary then to resort to hand shelling to the of berry Thjs to many may seem bookish and but it is the only method pursued and the man who buys pure seed pays some one else for this special care and labor Such work in addition to the tangible result which is a very small start of superior seed identifies a man with his business and gives him an in sight that casual handling does not afford Besides such procedure is in its results while buying at a premium is uncertain and may even result in a worse seed than ones own mixed product Another case brought to our attention was that of an intel ligent farmer who went through a bad ly winter killed field of wheat and se lected those stools which had best re sisted the unfavorable conditions By this method he claims to have secured a more hardy stock of seed his result seems very plausible Farmers have not time to magnify and comprehend every trifle that comes to their notice but it is advisable that they have a correct appreciation of what a trifle and of other seeming which really afford the intelligent approach to their business George P Williams in Epltomist BRACE THAT BRACES Fence Builders Will Find II For to Oilier Device of Similar Nature My ideal brace for a fence is shown at Fig 1 Put the deadman at the first post from the corner and not at the corner as most of them do This places the stone out of the way To hold the corner post in place take a 4x4x8 and mortise it in at thetop of I Ot cf j ii ILIleJI l purifying experimental uniformity farmers Impracticable certain constitutes trifles Su- perIor Wfli 1115 Ti Par uiws preserve IDEAL BRACE FOR FENCE the post If the deadman is put in ground two and onehalf feet it will prevent it from pulling up If gal vanized wire is used it will not rust This kind of brace will not cost half as much as most of them and I think it better in every way Wire can be stretched for a mile on a brace of this kind and it will not an inch Arthur Corey in JUST THINK THIS OVER The office that has to seek the man is a fake Apples garnished with apple sauce No man who woos a widow can be her first choice No woman can feel pretty and look it at the same time Ones own bowlegs are models of beauty to ones self The man who is merely blunt is often miscalled sharp Brains without balance means early total and hopeless wreckage Without mortgages there would be a sudden stop to the bulk of business on earth The farmer who prunes his young trees down to mere stalks has a stock of prunes on hand The husky man who can manage the biggest animal often tails to manage the smallest woman The man who ridicules his wife be cause she is prone to risk marked down goods should bear in mind that she probably ran a bargain counter risk when she allowed a certain man to select a wife AlMs not ice cream that sells for ten cents per at the church social A B Salom in N Y Farm Many farmers know that cut hay or even straw wet and sprinkled with meal is a better feed for working horses than whole grain and hay In this shape the nutriment in the teed is easily eaten and digested Horses do not need water when eating except as it is put on the chopped hay to make the meal stick to it The meal being fine digests per fectly while much of the nutriment in whole grain is lost Again the wasted effect made in digesting the latter is so much detractedfrom the strength which should go to the work Rotation Sandy Loam On a sandy loam with some clay I have found a good rotation to be corn wheat clover plowing for the corn but not for the wheat Some of our best Michigan farmers are using rota tion Prof C D Smith new F el IB Callfomla A is being manufactured in California which is made from and leaves of the eucalyptus tree mixed with crude petroleum It is said to burn freely and give good results from this tree are immune from attacks er than the supply One of wood is sycamore A staH Made from it now raunevtt Cairo i known to be e rtr IJM years j the give sparerib was Cut Feed for la kit ij ioJ I Horses for this new fuel PIie made I yellowtheo durable the old Notwithstanding this age it is aseerted thatthe wssd I M- tIisIy aendL natiiai1i L I sJJi 5 5i JSf E t t II Hi TI1 PIEROEPB- Fa rit Prescription la45P D1 I wreJe ft Yea for Advice says Mrs Elizabeth J Fish cr of Diana W Va You advised me to use Doctor Tierces Favorite Prescrip lion and Golden Medical with the most happy result I was troubled with female weakness and bearingdown pains Had a very bad pain nearly all the time in my left side nervousness and headache Was so weak I could hardly walk across my room Could not sit up only just a little while at a time My husband got me some of Dr Pierces medi Before I had taken two bot LIes I was able to help do my work I used three bot ties in all and it cured I do all my housework It is the best medicine I A over a year ago I Wrote to you for advice Discovery which I clue and I began its use mellow ever used hittic did and Every weak or is to consult Dr Pierce letter free and so obtain without the opinion of a specialist upon her correspondence is held as and the written confidences of women are by theme strict professional Dr his staff in their consult ations with weak and sick women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute N Y of which Dr Pierce is chief physician Address Dr R V Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Favorite Pre and and cures female weak nessIf are led to the of Favorite tion because of its cures of other women do not accept a substitute with none these cures to its credit Dr Pierces Pleasant cure biliousness sickwoman d privacy Buffalo institution consulting regularity purchase n Pellets stud ulceration About two years ago I feeling very bad could neither eat sleep nor work was very run down Greely of Westmoreland N H I had taken S parilla and had home doctor but they did me no good winterer Pin ally I wrote you about your mt taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and took six bottles also four of the Golden Medical Discov ery and ome of Dr Pierces cured me well and strong lama new person to what I was before I commenced taking the medicine Please accept my sincere thanks for I have derived from your medicine I Wrote YOU About My was nervous and alt MissAlice medicines of different kinds from my my case and prescribed icines I commenced Pleasant Pellets these mcd mines and made benefits Case yen me Makes Weak Women and Sick Women Strong Wails BUCKEYE Miss Jfannie Mac Miles Is with friends in NicholasvilleWillie wife were in Crab Orchard Saturday Raymond Ray had a business call to Kirksville last week Boone Saunders and wire visited their parents Sunday Mrs Mike Kennedyof Preach ersville were with Mr and Mrs J D DIckerson from Saturday till Monday Lewis Ray left last week for Dan yule Ill to enter college Lewis is a very energetic deserving young man and will no doubt climb tothe top of the educational ladder Mr W G Jones anti daughter Miss Hattie left Saturday for their new home in London Mr Jones having bought a store there Miss Hattie and brother will run the business while Mr Jones will join his wife in Colorado Mrs Rosa Wade who has been between life and death for ma ny months with consumption quietly passed away Saturday morning at 4 oclock The grief stricken husband and three little children pathy of the community But the consoling thought should be their loss is her gain BRYANTS VILLE Miss Margaret Gallaber has gone to Washington City C C Becker was in Lexington last week on business Miss Alice Dunn will go to Danville In a few days to visit friends Master Hogan Ballard has at State College Lexington Miss Minnie Johnson will open her schooll at this place February 15th Mrs C C Becker entertained a num ber of her friends very elegantly Thurs dayMrs Hannah Sweeney purchased the lot recently sold by S S Dickerman for 1100Mr and Mrs W L Glass were In Lex ington last see Mrs Beaumont who is In a very critical condition at St Josephs Hospital Miss Mayme Lee Ballard has return ed from a weeks visit to Lexington where she went to attend the recep tion given by Miss Ada Early and Mr Wheeler Early Mr Will Dickerson has opened hfs new store not only will he the un dertaking department recently bought from Capt W J Hogan but will also have an entire line of groceries no tions dry goods and furniture Mr Dickerson is one of the most popular and enterprising young men iff this vicinity and we wish him much suc cessMr JT Lear whose mill recently burned was in our town a few days since consulting with some of our as to the advisability of his mill at this place and run ning it by electricity which he said could be done very easily by putting in a dynamo at his mill site at Dix river and runnnngit by water power transmitting the electricity by wire to this place The idea was heartily re ceived by our people and they to lend him whatever assistance they could Our village is beginning to wake up to the fact that this is an age of progress and is rapididly enter ing intothe spirit of onward march New storesbanks miHs livery stables millinery establishments blacksmith shops and wheelwright shops all prove this The only thing left to make us a proud little city with as grand old patriotic citizens ship as ever the soil is an so constituted as to transmit the mall along the rate of 60 miles an been strongly spoken of but not perfected yet Send oats cloveraod tieaothy seed fsfioaWtl spentSunday Mrand lingering have thesym matrIcu- lated weekto rebuilding wood trOd cart t oroutbf teat be IiJ t 17 J e sc- run bushiest men proposed electric hour This has for sale Banki Ha sdsi aa t 5 RELIGIOUS TRUTHS Gentleness and patience have the world at their feet United Presbyterian The wrong road never yet led to the right Count of Gersay It is better to be fanatical in the cause of righteousness than to freeze in self love But nothing is so grand and ma iestic in the universe as the sustained healthy and vigorous conviction in a strong nature that nothing is good or worth living for but what is holy T 3 KingGrant Oh Heavenly Father that we may faithfully believe in Thee and so fervently love one another always living in Thy fear and in the obedience of Thy holy law and blessed will that we being fruitful in all good works may lead our life according to Thy good pleasure in this transitory world and after this frail and short life obtain the true and life where Thou livest and reignest world without end Amen Thomas Becon When Mrs Judson read the Lords sermon on the Mount to the first Bur man convert he was deeply affected These words said he tate hold of my very heart they malic me tremble Here God commands us to do everything that is good in secret not to be seen of men How unlike religion is this When Burmans make offerings they make a great noise with drums and cymbals that others may see how good they are Boston Congregationalitt Childlikeness in its Scriptural sense is a perfectness of trust a resting in a Fathers love a being borne on in its power living in means a which resolves all into one Idea of lowly submissiveness to One In whom it lives a buoyancy of spirit which is a fountain of joy in itself always ready to spring forth afresh brightly and to meet the claims of the present hour a resting contented in ones lot whatever that lot may be a singleness of intention a pliancy a yielding of the a forgetfulness cf self in anothers claims T T Carter KcBtriii isasinesit say his business is such tha he could retire at any time if he he makes beds Yonkers Statesman Why Tommyd Rather Stand had to spank Tommy to goodness sake Motfier No because he was naugh Lampoon U unlly the Case When a lawyer expresses an remarked the Observer of Events and Things his client usually finds the express charges pretty heavy Yonkers Statesman Nodd Isnt Burnside living with his wife I think so I saw him at club the other night as usual Town placeKaradac E9 immortal CIildhlkeness itit simplicity happily wilt YeastYou wishedCrimsonbeakYes folding MotherI dayAuntFor tyHarvard opinion Sure Indication ToddWhY the I our 11 yOTiDraRglst have not Dr Etodgers Rheumatic Eemedy in stock w will K ties bjrexpreaii Mijrgii Pf tLp r iRemeaiber MiTMteecf to cure J 1 t r J got for saL psicwwritlsg Strong stEyidedce cf Faith lilCtlcUoberU Guarantee will Cure llic Vur t Ca c olCalunli lu latic1 lor I When one of the most reputable concerns in Laijcatttr yuarautees that a medicine effect a cure or he will refill the money it speaks volumes a to the merits ul that remedy It is m this way that R E McKoberts is selling Hyomei the treatment that hat made so many remarkable cures ol both acute and chronic catarrh in and vicinity Hyomei is not a pill noris i a liuid that has tobe taken wilt a j that conies in every outfit and will be seen from the first treat ment- i It destroys all germ life in the air passages bile finigs aim enrich and purifies the blood with tional ozone It cures catarrh 01 the head and tin oat or 01 Ui stomach liver aim kidneys Where ever muscous membrane contains catarrhal germs there Hvumei will do its work of healing Whets using this taeatment the air you breathe will be found like that on the mountains high above me se level where grows balsamic trees and plants which make the air pure by giving olf volatile autiscp uc fragrance that is healing to the organs A complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 and includes an inhaler dropper and sufficient omei for several weeks treatment Remember that if Hyomei does not cure you McRoberts will re fund your money This is a good time to cure catarrh by this natur al method and prevent catarrhal colds that are so common at this 0 A I I will I Lancaster I j Justbreatheben- efit add respIratory I H season that Alyom I tel FLASH THE NEWS across the world that it bemay seen by suffering humanity every where the most marvelous medical the world has ever known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CATARRH and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes at the very root of the disease driving the poison 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