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THE RECORDFIFTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER EY FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1904 XVHBEX 36 CENTRAL Items of Local Interest y r dI j Plenty of water in the lake Give your friend a membership in the W C T D Library Only a year Remember the doughnut social at W U T U rooms this Friday evening Dont make a Christmas purchase until you have seen Morrow McEob erts line it is a beauty every an cle new The prceeds of the doll and candy saleDec 9 and 10 will be used to help pay tuition for a little orphan girl the ladies of the C W B M are educat Eld F M Tinders subject for Sun day evening at 715 is Public Opin ion The series of discourses he is de livering at the Sunday night services are very interesting and large hear them Fifty Years of Married Life Mr and Mrs Jno K West were married fifty years ago the 28th while they took no formal recognition of the day yet their host of friends extend best wishes for many years more of good health and happiness for this beloved and popular couple A Tame Court As most of the farmers were killing hogs a small crowd attended county court Monday and by three oclock the crowd was out of town Nothing but the drouth was discussed and some very distressing cases were re ported Everything is even fodder being so brittle as to fall to pieces while being handled There were no stock sales of any consequence The Need of Bryantsvllle Bryantsville is an old pioneer town named for a prominent family who resided there It is situated in a fine healthy country is a central point and equal distance from surrounding towns It has a new bank and now the greatest need is a either a graded or high school with an experienced professor and a corp of good teachers where art and all the higher branches of educa tion can be taught Where boys and girls in and around Bryantsville can be educated for nearly all the voca tions of life without being exposed to the temptations of city life Then why not arise from your Rip Van Winkle nap go to work and have one of the best schools in the county OBSERVER 1 ng congregations drying up goodschool science i i At d I Took Hubble Nominated The Committee for this Senatorial district composed of Boyle Garrard Casey and Lincoln counties met at Stanford Saturday and nominated Mr R L Hubble for State Senator Improving Mr J M Loan who was severely In jured by a fall is much Improved al though his foot remains sore and caus es pain when walking He was on a ladder putting seme gccds on a high shelf when the ladder gave way Grecian Play The class of 1003 of Caldwell Col lege Danville will give a Grecian play in the college chapel December 9th The young ladies are working and a treat is in store for those so fortunate as to see the play Admis sion only 25cts Dont miss it C W B M Day Sunday the 4th is the annual C W B M day observed by every Christian church in the land A special program including an address by Rev F M Tin der has been arranged and a profita ble and pleasant meeting is promised Everybody invited The subject of Mr Tinders address is Missions Buys In Danville Danville AdvocateMiss Mary Lynn Mock sold her house and lot on East Main street last Wednesday to Mr George Robinson of Garrard county for 4125 He will take possession in the spring The people of Danville will be glad to learn that Mr Robinson is coming with his estimable family to live here Mr Robinson will not sell his farm in Garrard but will continue to oper ate it Garrard never had a better or more clever citizen than George The Cicero of the Mountains lion Fountain Fox Bobbit who is one of the most widelyknown men in Central Kentucky gave a lecture at the court house Monday evening which was greatly enjoyed by those present Mr Bobbitt is a lawyer by profession and is about as well up on legal matters as any of the profes sion lIe is well educated and can bring out a point with all ease and grace lie is a man of fine sense and has an answer for any proposition put before him The Cicero of the Mountains as he has been dubbed by his friends is all right and will hold his own in any company diligently 2t The Robinson I Spirit of The W C T U Library is opened every Tuesday night for exchange of books Why not give your friend a membership and thus unable him to get tke benefit of good literature The cost is small tf The Epworth League of the church was given a very enjoya ble social at the home of their Presi dent Mrs J E Mannix last Friday evening The League is in a prosper ous condition doing good work through the Charity and Help i Departments On Thursday evening December 8th 730 oclock Rev C M Chumbley will give a lecture at the Masonic Hall for the entertainment of the Masonic Lodge and the Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church Each mem ber of the Lodge and Endeavor will be entitled to two tickets which had by applying to Mr J Joseph Mrs F P Frisbie Mr Chumbley sub ject will be Condiments of Life Preaching at Fork Sunday Rev S P Martin of Shepherdsville who was recently called to the pastor ate of the Fork church has accepted the call and will move there Christ mas week and take full charge as such As stated in a recent issue he is a splendid preacher and a fine man in every respect lIe will preach at the Fork next Sunday morning at 11 oclock and also at 7 p m City Buys Land As some land lying above the water works was about to be plowed up and the further fact that it would event ually be needed for the lake the City Council has purchased from Mr Jones fifteen acres at 70 per acre Knowing that those who howl down everything the trustees do wilt raise their usual kick we will state that the land was immediately rented for the year with privilege of five at a rental which will more than pay the interest so there is no for the usual cry Premium Section The officials ef the L and N recently made a through inspection of all its tracks awarding premiums for the best sections on each branch or divis ion Mr Dave Collier foreman of the Lancaster section was awarded first premium on the Rowland branch The prize is a handsome gold medal We learn by grapevine telegraph that there is a strong probability of the day passenger trains being run to when the new road is put in op eration between Jellico and Knoxville and this is the reason for so much work beiug done on the Rowland branch This would be a great thing forLancaster and lets enter into our closets and ask that the report prove Methodist I especially I maybe cause Nk itI o Rowland truer d BUELL Honest Mike BOOTS and SHOES Walkover Shoes Florsheim Shoes A great line of LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS SHOES Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods at low prices See our Swell line of OVERCOATS Terms Strictly H T LOGAN H I r I BOOTEES II 11 I I III t J iiI I t r v V V r I ii c kia I M Cash r- I 1Iti Fr The ladies of the W C T U will give a doughnut social this Friday even ing at their rooms on Danville street Only ten cents admission and a fine time is in store for those who attend Daughters of the Confederacy The Daughters of Confederacy meet with Mrs Mattie Frisbie Monday afternoon at 2 30 All requested to be present New Democratic Committee The new Democratic county com organized Monday is as fol lows Anderson Bowling chairman G Bright Swinebroad secretary Loy Bourne Robt M West Jas Clark lk Dunn Jr Ballard Jas Henry and Robt Burton These are tip top men and will make a good committee A Citizen Worth Having Yesterday when it was that some land lying above the water works lake was about to be sold to be plowed up Manager Beazlev went to work to secure control of the property and prevent to move As the town was not able to buy the land he went to a certain citizen and asked him to buy it The party now has more land than he well handle and so told Mr Beazley The latter then stated the case and the gentleman at once grasped the situation lie readily agreed to lend the money to make the purchase Well said Mr Beazley you know the town is in debt to its limit now I dont care a blank if shes doubly so that lake must be pro tected Go have your deed drawn give me a mortgage at five per cent and close your trade The gentle man asked The Record to withold mention of what took place but when a town has a citizen who is that big hearted who has that public spirit we think the fact should be heralded from the housetops Heres the Gospel Truth The following from the pen of Harry Sommers of the Elizabeth town News tells the true situation in this county today This county had two campaigns in which the money standard was the issue The question then was whether It should be gold or gold and silver but just now the Is interested in another phase of money standard It is whether the dollar should be put above the man The country is going wild on Com mercialism Men are seeking to get rich fast In the struggle that is go ing on for fortune under the mistake ttat it will bring happiness every thing else is sacrificed to the craze Thousands have dollars so close to their eyes thatMhey cannot see beyond the rim It is a low standard a standard that debases rather than elevates mankind Truly it can be said of the age that the love of money is the root of all evil Men are not seeking It for noble pur poses but to gratify selfish desires They are not enriching the world by their living but like the leech they are blood suckers impoverishing oth ers in the desire to have more than their neighbors result of this low standard religion morals litera ture and respect for the law are all suffering The country is prospering from a money standpoint as it never prospered before but It In consequnce of this craze to rich is suffering in many things are more valuable for the advancement of humanity Merit Will Win Nothing affords The Record more pleasure than to note the success of a young man who has buckled on the hustle and started out to win on his merits Just now our is attracted the young gentleman who came to our city a couple of years since and swung his shingle as a dentist Having re ceived the best education modern den tal schools could offer he came here and formed a partnership with Dr Beazley one of the best dentists Lan caster has ever had Although office work occupied most of his time yet he gave the closest attention to study and today is one of the best men in the profession This shows what pluck and work will accomplish Al though with an experienced dentist the people soon learned of his ability and had him do work which under or dinary circumstances they would have waited for an older man to do That he has been successful his large prac tice goes to show When Dr Beazlev left he at once rented the office and Is now enj ying all the practice he can attend to Ills work always gives satisfaction he has proven to be a gentleman of the highest character and a citizen of whom our people are very proud To work up in a pro fession is easy enough for a man born with a silver spoon in his mouth but the success of one who has to buck against the world without a penny to use on a rainy day Is the exception and not the rule Good Business For Sale Having decided to move to Califor nia for the benefit of my health I will sell my stock of General Merchandise Store house with three rooms Livery stable Dwelling house of nine rooms Three acres of ground including a beautiful building lot of one acre stock of Merchandise is new throughout and perfectly clean Will sell the stock and rent the house for a term of years to suit the buyer or sell house with stock Here is a rare opportunity to in business in one of the most premising and pros towns in the state call on or address RL Jennings tf Paint Lick Ky will next are mittee WG Gooch Geu learned- r an country As a armor of to DrG Cris Faris rooms The I Editor anything which attention Morrow McRoberts are now their Holiday stock They say it will be even better than ever before The Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church will Lave a dona tion sileat MrsLears Millinery store on December 23 and 24 Plain and fancy needle work of all kinds candy etc will be sold at exceedingly low prices Remember the dates and place and come help a noble cause tf Pleasant Profitable The Missionary Rally and Conven tion held at the local Christian church Tuesday was a most delightful and profitable meeting The ladies of the local church prepared a most bountiful dinner which was greatly enjoyed by the large number present Eld F M Tindej who is a hand and a half in managing such meetings had charge of the program Among the promi nent workers from a distance were A McLean Cincinnati Armstrong W J Loose and others Circuit Court The November term of the Garrarc Circuit Court convened Monday with His Honor Judge W C Bell on the bench and Commonwealths Chas present to look after the states interests The dockets are a little larger this term but there are three weeks in which to clear them and with Judge Bells custom of refus Ing business to drag its a safe predic tion that the dockets will be fairly well cleared The charge to the grand jury was exceptionally fine and if the jury fails to do its duty it will not be because they were not fully instructed in every detail pertaining thereto The juries are as follows GRAND Juuv GB RobinsonFm E It R Denton J M Askins Alex Denny H J Tomlinson J J Poor Tim Ford O T Layton Wm Clark Huston Ballard Joe Christopher PETIT Juuv J H Posey George Conn T i Herring E C Smith- J W Hill Curtis Pierce G W Rice G W Thompson G L Baliard Luther Rainey J II Easley Joe McCormack W B Lee W B Lackey John Sanders F Hulit Robert Martin John Woods J E Anderson Bright Herring J Reid W W Mahan J G Gallaher Very little business o f consequence has been transacted so far this week the time baing consumed in disposing of little Commonwealth cases Aside from the fining of a couple of vagrants the other cases do not amount hill beans Another good Citizen to Leave Those of our citizens who are for up the town keeping step with procession of progress keeping a weather eye out for everything that will build up the community will regret more than any ohers the fact Mr J C Thompson the jeweler found it necessary to remove to California In order to recuperate the health of both himself and wife They both been sick more or less during the past two years and physi clans have advised this step as the best be taken It means a great business sacrifice to Mr Thompson as he has up one of the best Jewelry trades n Central Kentucky has just and moved into one of the hand sourest residences in the town has a half interest in the large Thompson on Richmond street and also in other valuable town property which must be sold before he can well leave the distant state of California His pretty residence however will only be rented and he has a number of nice I and C C Hardin pJones M G Aldridge r W toa of building the that has have to built block for open- Ing Attorney completed offers on it The large stock of jewel ry watches clocks etc etc will be sold In a lump several parties now figuring on it It is located in one of the best stands in town a jewelry store having been located there for a great many years It is uptodate in every way and has one of the largest and best vaults in Kentucky station ed in the rear Mr Thompson had a hardwood floor and steel ceil Ing put In which add greatly to its and comfort This is a splen did opening for the right party and Mr T will have little trouble in dispos Ing of it The Record who knows a hustler from a pullback sincerely that he is to leave as he al ways on hand to help work out prob lems of securing improvements for the town was always ready to contribute his portion toward paying expenses incurred in going after Improve ments or to help aid and assist those in trouble It is a great loss to a town for a citizen of this type to leave and The Record regrets that It Is necessary for him to go especially when there are many about town who we could up with so much more cheer and profit recently appearance was regrets Holidays are Here and we have a large new line of Xmas Roods arriving daily such as Hand Carved Parlor and Hail Chairs fcibrarv Tables Writing Centre Tables Etc Hall and Stand Lamps Carben Water Color and Christy pictures natural wood frames Prices right Come and see Successors to JA Beazley Co CLOAKS SKIRTS ate especially low prices now is the time to buy We have a nice line of UNDERWEAR ETC 12 R L JENNINGS PAINT LICK KY 13 DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Court room Prompt attention to business r I Tile I Desks Hamilton Dunla rnrnrnrnrnrnrnrn i FURS i E i EWem e E Blankets Comforts Gloves RL Police l A Uf rmaking- s o w r t1 r Jrv- IlIIlIJl11lIJIIJlIJlIJlIJlIJI61l I Pure Water INSURES I IITo keep your cistern Ii free from leaves In birds nests bugs and trash of all kinds use Irn s I I r 1oodlleathto i 0 D Hazeldell 6 Filter Frill lt- IDIHASBLDBNI ftlr rav r I LESS THAN COSTLadies Ready to Wear Skirts for Less Than Cost We have marked some lines of Dress Goods down less than cost Some lines of Less I eGsr I E8 Cloaks Than Special Values We are offering some special values in Hosiery Uuderwear Facinators Blankets Comforts Outing Cloth and Flanneletts THE logan Dry Goods 1 0 COMPANY t 5 r d rs e OOCI THE I IOPPORTUI ITO BUY I Xmas Goans I I Xmas Goods in IJewelry Cut mass 2 Diamonds IWatches Clocks ISilverware ic ic IOn account of ill iI must close these goods Iout at once as I wish to move to Southern i as soon as stock is sold Dont delay Come now and get choice of stock The Jeweler COOOooooooc OF- l IYOUR LifE S a CHEAP have a big stock of New health California for that Christmas present you expect to make I THOMFION CENTRAL RECORD Iseiued Weekly iooper Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancatter try SccontClati Mail Hatter Lancaster Ky December 2 1904 In considering the formidable of 60000 divorces granted in the Uni ted States last year it is to be borne in mind that hardly than one fifth were due to allegations of infi delity the cause which is the sole ground for a decree in New York and the sole ground which national di vorce law would be expected to It is one of the worst features of the divorce evil in all nations but particularly in that one in which di vorce has been made a fine art cil industry that the cause which alone should warrant an absolute sep aration is the one least frequently al leged Of the 328616 divorces grant ed in the United States from 1867 to 1886 67686 or 206 per cent were for violations of the marriage vows Of 18452 divorces granted by the Greek church 1 828 or 9 per cent were for infidelity In France out of 83520 divorces in forty years only 7890 or less than 10 per cent were for this offenseIn where desertion or cruelty or general incompatibility of temper is all the court requires for a decreeor where as in Kentucky a voluntary separation lasting five years suffices a less criminating allegation than that of infidelity may be made to avoid But in the opinion of the New York World and most else it is clear that a national law making this the sole cause for sunder inK marriage ties would scale down the number of divorces to a figure rendering them less of a national scandal and disgrace The Baroness Sarah Morris de Vau grigneuse who died in New York the other day left a will which is being contested by would be heirs These contestants assert that the lady was not of sound mind and bring forth in support of their argument the tact that her table manners were atrocious and that she ostentatiouily used her fork as a tooth pick The plaintiffs will never win their suit if any mem bers of New Yorks 400 are by chance on the jury To agree that bad table manners prove insanity would soon pack every asylum in the country It is said by men who have never known what it is to be out of employment that if a man really wants to work he can find ft Such per sons are given to discouraging with air of self approval on what they would do under such circumstances The case of a man found at a park Cincinnati who had been driven to suicide by want and discouragement n total mere a a 10 1J notoriety everyone f f I to r r In- C ill recognize often a r Mantels Fancy Wood and Cabinet Mantels WITH Tile Hearths and Facing We have a large stock of Mantles with and with out Cabinet and our prices will suit you See Goal Vases and Fire Sets Heating Stoves of all kinds The best stoves on earth See the Radiant Jiocise 1 DotBli i HASELDEN H Bod B IIIIISDff v nr JIftIw St i c j ii r 4 t b E j our O 4eiter yy i k 1 failure to secure employment shows that the theory and fact are not always in harmony Some scoundrel broke into office of the WoodforiiSun and stole Editor Dan Bowinars The announce the Kentucky Press Asso ciation will take a trip to the sunny South is doubtless hailed with delight by our breecbesless brother Cheer up Dan cheer up get a headless bar rel and go with the boys where the clothing will fit the climate Among the men unexpectedly elect ed to Congress the other day was a Jew 27 years old named Anthony Michalek a book keeper working a salary of 15 a week Two other men under thirty were elected as members of the same body People who hold that the work of the world should be in the of young men as well as those who will watch the pub lic of these representatives with interest Editor Dan Bowman is doubtless pondering over that promise in the scriptures regarding the tempering of the wind to the shorn lamb Public Schools Going Backward Elizabelhtown News In the of the public school education Kentucky is not only far behind Its Northern neighbors but this cause in the past few years has retrograded instead of advanc lug This year for instance there were 1000 school districts in the State without schools simply for the reason that taaches could not be secured and at leat 2000 other districts were al most as bad off on account of the very inferior grade of teachers that had to be employad or go without any A few years ago there were more men and women fitting themselves for the life work of teaching by normal training than there are now A few years there were experienced teachers than inexperienced teachers now there are more inexperienced than ex perienced teachers The grade of our schools have been lowered by a lower grade of teachers and a great scarcity even of that kind This condition of affairs is a deplorable one and should arouse throughout the State people who are Inteaested in equipping every boy and girl with a good common school education The condition of affairs is not due to the fact that school teachers are paid less than they were five years ago per contra the State per capita is greater but the fact is that in all the other vocations of life there is a de mand for young men and women with such equipment as is necessary to make first class school teachers and at salaries far atove what they can make teaching This condition must be met either by the State the or the districts with better pay or else it will get worse We cannot af ford to have the young grow up with out a proper education and we must go down in our pockets and provide better schools and better teachers The man who can work out this prob lem for Kentucky will be a public benefactor Ventilation For BedRooms The tendency will be from now on to more and more close up the sleeping rooms at night but this should not be as to have good health one must sleep in pure air There are ways of getting accustomed to cool air and fewer bed there can be neither health nor comfort when one sleeps cold or feels chilly during the night The bed room should be well aired during the day then on going to bed the windows left open and the shades low ered In this way the fresh air may be admitted without a strong current of air blowing upon one If there are no outside shutters the windows may not be left so widely open but the up per sash may be lowered a little while the lower sash should be raised to match it with the shades drawn down It is not the fresh air which hurts one but the draft more or less blowing upon one while the bodily temperature is lowered from the inertia of sleep One should get all the fresh air possi ble throughout the whole Mr Orville Arnold of Bardstown sold to A J Yokely of Pulaski Tenn 15 head of yearMng jnules at 10250 per head At public sale in New York thi week Arion a bay stallion was sold sor He was the worlds cham pion in 1891 as a two year was sold at that time for 125000 Illloa Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as saunas the first indication of the disease appears a threatened attack may be warded off Hundreds of pie use the remedy this way with per feet success For sale by Frisbies 1m In Harrison county a few days ago N M Burgess of Sadlevllle purchased two pair of good mules at 360 and 250 each FIChC Will Be Ruler Those who will persist in closing against the continual recom of New Discov erg for Consumption will have a long and bitter if by fatal termination has to say wife had ev symptom i consumption She tootDr Kingsf New Discovery after railed Improvement and ioar bottles entirely Gwranteed by B Bobwt DfBggtet TrJkjeSOc It toM mentthat on matter important counties f clothesbut may be four 1 82500 DrugStore their men note ail after pants hands donut career actually ago more old and Colin pea ears Dr Kings with their troubles earlier Bead whatTB of Beall MIss fall cry everything else came at once eared her sad lesTrial r eyte far The following article printed in the Tampa Fla Tribune from the pen of Mr Eugene L Pearce son of Dr EH Pearce coversthe so completely here in Kentucky that The Record reproduces it in its en tiretyThe time of the primaries is ap proaching andwithin three weeks the voters must decide a few problems of citizenship The selection of public franchise Their vote is cast Bill Jones or Jack Smith merely because office There is the voter who permits some small calibre political boss to a preference They are whipped into with the statement that Bill is one of the crowd or if the voter addressed does not take enough inter est in politics to have affiliations with any particular crowd it is stated with overwhelming enthusiasm that Bill is one of the boys This is rather a vague statement yet it conveys about this idea to the average man he is a good fellow Dont be critical Shut your eyes take him in capsule form and swallow The dose is harmlessat least it is not rank poison My friend this assertion of good often means something more it means that a slate has been made by a ring of professional manipulators of your franchise tLat a very few good men are put up that a considerable number of disreputable thieves and political buzzards manage to float in on the popular wave One of the boys may mean anything It is stated of a who U minus a creditable record A fault may not rest with the law though in the execution of the same there mav be rottenness to the very bottom The spirit of the law may always be avoided where there is dishonesty or prejudice on the part of officials and no fear of consequences The laws are good enough we demand their enforcement If there is any laxity in this regard and there is the fault rests primarily with the citizens themselves and more immediately with the petty rascals who have by your carelessness been permitted to occupy position of public trust We say unhesitatingly this is the fault of the voter You have not made proper use of your franchise There is no discreditable to your best citizen There is no public office so poor but that it demands an honest man The trouble rests with the esprit de corps of politics There is one stand ard of service for the general public quite another for banking institutions mercantile houses and other private concerns Why does not the same spirit of ordinary honesty and decency prevail Because the daily check is a farce and the times of actual settle ment are few and far between Yet sometimes they come Two years ago there was such a day of settlement in St Louis when three or four men of quality happened to be elected at the same time There was a scattering a wholesale terror among the boarding element True this element eventu ually regained the helm but the les son will not be lost It has told us that however a system of crime may be it can be shaken to its very foundations broken and at any time by the concentrated of three or four honest fearless men in a position to enforce the law Mr Joseph Folk by his succcessful term of office has impressed this les son on the public and we know that there is neither conditions nor set of conditions which is not within the power of the people to remedy No coterie of politicians can for one mo went stand up against an outraged public opinion When tile franchise is exercised to remedyan evil fades away as snow under an Au gust sun The citizens of Hillsborough county should take this lesson home for they greatly in need of tne knife Parasites have become so that tile trouble may almost be said to be organic They must be de stroyed The voters should come as and take the needed operation in hand The should be cut out and that only left which is wholesome and clean is a duty Citizenship comes before party or faction or before any personal friendship It is possible for a certain class of men to be merely you indifferent and is particularly of certain prominent men who permit their private business to such a hold on them that their duties of citizenship neglected men capable of action are of little things It is the aggregation of little things faithfully performed that mounts at last into a creditable record of action Itthe were in the throes of a terrible and the struggle were upping the of our strength we notloofc to some of the now In public eye to sustain us In adversity to supply to ebbing cpurageand blood where already blood has been lire would expect iof that class of cheap tens that iortb bodily In not mind eye oaeor now prpHnlneapB administration jif public iB problembyfor popular dictate fellowship written office actions are surgeons ThIs any beCause country war shed shy UI i K i r j W fIo A ProbleM of Citizenship case line generally man well rooted scattered with method plentiful forward one man rottenness elected are true gain are neglectful last Would men the oar money give fresh hope In not patriotism swarms these piping times ofpeace Can you see your the affairs get to tW- t t r rY- i r44 n front to freeze and starve at Valley Forge or at the Yet a large proportion of the real sits supinely by in time of plenty and resigns the government of affairs to unworthy of any trust either public or private We do not to make this a sweeping statement There are trustworthy men now hold ing office in Tampa of Tampa and of mils county you we wish to say without apology are negligent of your plain duty Wake up Bestir your selves Take an active interest in the public welfare It should be part of the routine of your existence as is the labor of earning your daily bread the churches you support the charities you organize and encourage A chevalier is not necessarily one who tosses his coat into every passing mudpuddle to save the satin slipper of some highborn dame from soil A chevalier may be one who invariably shows a kindly front to every one in the daily routine of sweat and toil The men who have won lasting re spect and honor people have seldom been of that stripe who rush into prominence by one act of splen did achievement Years of steady though lesser achievement have often noble story Citizens way rarely show their pa triotism by acts of heroism because their Is neither opportunity nor need but by a healthy interest and resolute bold on the public affairs the sterling citizenship those who wish a clean honest administration of our public perform theirplain day The writer mentions no names An appeal is made merely in behalf of de cency and order We can only say that the interests of the people are centered in one alignment that the contrast in the worth and reputation of certain contesting candidates is great that your vote should be for the man and not for any faction Signed Farmer Brown Senator McCrearys Views Senator J B McCreary says of the situation We had rather more of a cyclone than either Democrats or Re publicans expected but it was not the first defeat of the Democratic party and we should bear it like men who are proud of a political party which is one hundred and four years old and which governed our republic for about sixty years and made it the admira tion 01 model republic the world Kentucky Democrats have a right to be proud that we did our duty and carried our state and polled the usual vote and made Kentucky appear as an when compared with many States The Democratic party made no and all talk on this sub ject should cease Democrats should simply stand together and support the principles of true Democracy We have sustained severer defeats than the last and recovered After the campaign of 1872 when Hor ace Greeley was defeated it was pre that the Democratic party would disintegrate and disappear but in 1876 it was strong enough to elect Tilden who was deprived of his rights by unjust means and then the party defeated the Republicans in 1884 and fii 1892 by electing Cleve land at each electien There is no reason why Democrats may not expect history to repeat itself if they will do their duty A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybody to have a handy and theres none a good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles dissappear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at McRroberts Drug Store 1m DR SID ISBELL OSTEOPATHl- ocated on Danville Street two below Record Office Consultation and Examina tionfree All diseases both Acute and Chronic treated see me Brandywine I strength Sand dignity of the country I meD wish amonJ our I tolda departmentsmay dutyevery very mankindthe t I Democratic reliable Salve Calland 1fif riiFriI You borough other reorganization disastrous 4 successfully flFr 11 Holiday Goods Opening oi 1 QUR SATURDAY 11 DECEMBER L DRUG STRE Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTSDRUGGIST Dont the Forty Dollar Range to be given away at our store With each 1 cash purchase you get a chance PETTUS PROS Bryantsviile Kentucky 1 I I III II l I I si School- Books forget ICI Ir 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 A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks Bonds Grain Pro visions 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 J 19 BEAIlIEY- UNDEiRTAIIEH j r001 OD ID CODe OD aa aaoooooooooooo I III I I I I I I I J 9 oaaMOOOOeoooooo eooooooeeooe FAVORITE DOMESTIC 1EIERCES1 RESCRIPTIO FOR WEAK WOMEN Better Than Ever The Star That Leads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used bv mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper y A New Car Load Old Hickory Wagons SEE OUR STOCK OF Fine Winter mss BuggyRobes Very Cheap j Now is the time to buy a 8 BUGGY CHEAP f SfG1 y Romans Elmorei I I IIIiI I JIiIIWv x 4- i Ys 1 r l MI McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY ALL IN OUR FALL ann WINTER U j We are selling the best line of Dress goods ever in Paint Lick at remarkably low prices 1S OUR CLOAKS FURS I and ready made goods are also at g tracting attention all in correct p styles at correct prices Gentlemen are pleased with our M line of Overcoats especially our Rain W Coats Our prices are putting the i calebrated Cielette rainproof moth m proof coat within the reach of all P McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Look See What Christmas and Wedding Presents at H M B WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK 1600000 SUKPJiUS 400000 z tl r JE m l 1 I m fij p fij I i i r j FINEi r 11j r ALL 0 U s E LWoods 1 vLw i Id J 1 i I j i j t 444444 4 444444 4 1 i i Prest CAPITAL 4 e 4 DIR crorts M COY R G GUYN J B WOODS FISH I W C1A D L FRY R L ARNOLD WOODS J S BURROWS- E L Commenced Business We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us uly 1901 II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance II Herndon G B Bwlnebroa Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office Stormes drug store r Win I over I Beazley Paris over Thomp store Danville at Dentists IW S BEAZJEY G 1 1 iIon SJ a 18 t C FARIS HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE I 4 Stays 12 in or 6 In apart Hog Horse and Cattle Style Stay 12 in or 6 In spot Made of strong highgrade steel heavily galvanized provides for expansion and contraction Is ever r not mutilate does efficiently turn cattle horses fceja pigs St OF AMERICAN at f if Nev i 1 Regular Style Special wires itlasting goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on- Does but wand EVERY ROD FENCE GUARANTEED hby the manufacturers and us Call and see it Can show you save you money and fence our fieldss the will set LnoUNIJL4EIN i f xp- 14 Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those Wt Art In W I Williams has returned from Kansas City McWhorter in Louis ville last week Mr George R Harden of Covington was here this week H W Batson of Louisville was here Thanksgiving Miss Elizabeth Anderson entertain ed Saturday evening Miss Aliie Arnold Is the guest of Nicholasvllle relatives Dr Jonas Gilbert has been spending a few days in Louisville Mrs J E Stormes is visiting Mrs Arthur Hubbard of Covington Miss Alberta Anderson entertained a few Thanksgiving evening Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Angle Kinnaird Mesdames Lee and Will Stone of Stanford were visitors here last week Mrs RABurnside gave an elegant dining Thanksgiving in honor of Mr and Mrs C K McGugin of Howard O Misses Annie and Minnie Cotton of Danville are visiting Miss Lizzie Hud son Danville avenue A fine likeness of Dr W S Beazley appeared in Saturdays CourierJourn nal Col John W Miller returned from a business trip to the moun tains Miss Annie Eames of Hamilton College was the guest of Miss Mary Moss Ross Bastin who is attending col lege in Lexington was athome Thanks giving Theo Currey James Smith and Hen ry Simpson in Lexington Mrs Jake Robinson spent Thanks giving with B Skinner of Nich olasvllle Mrs T J Cherry Miss Susie Hi ton of Brodbead visiting Mrs R H Batson Mrs J M Farra who has been quite sick with rheumatism is reported some better James Cunningham of Ohio has been visiting his mother Mrs Mary Cunningham Ed Walton of the Interior Journal was here Monday and paid us a highly appreciated Misses Bessie Mae Lear Lillie Y West and Edith Morrow were at home for the holidays Mrs Tommie Eaton of Kearney Mo is visiting her uncle Mr J T and other relatives Miss Eliza Anderson has returned to Maysville after several months visit to Lancaster relatives Miss Stella and Emery McWborter spent several days with their cousin in Bryantsville last week Mrs George Robinson and children of Hustonville are visiting moth er Mrs Dorcas Walker Mr and F Denman of Nicho lasville spent Thanksgiving with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Wm H of Westville Ill is at home for a short stay with his parents Mr and Mrs Conn Misses Delia Tinder Settle Walker Burnside and Bettie West were guests 6Y Miss Allie Yantis Thanksgiving Mrs Louts Landram gave a six oclock dinner Saturday in honoi of Mr and Mrs C K McGugin of Howard Ohio Miss Bessie Anderson a charming ladyof Kansas is the attractive guest of her aunt Miss Amanda William Collier who has a position in Eastern Kentucky is spending a few days wife his Mr James Collier and wife Cyntniana Democrat Mr RM Col lier left Monday night to resume his plant in that city Miss Willie B Pierce of entertained a friends Saturday evening An elegant supper was and Miss Pierce proved to be a charming hostess The many friends of Aunt Lizzie Patterson who has recently been quite indisposed will be glad to learn that sufficiently recovered to attend a dining on Thanksgiving day at the home of her nepher Mr G M PattersonMiss Mae Lear a lunch eon Saturday evening at her beautiful surburban home The was in pretty and the elaborate and in charming style Miss Lear is one of our most popular a charming affair Inhohdr6r cousin Miss Jack son of Lexington Jno W Flowers of Louisville J8 hereon a Carrard friends and erijoylnir a hunt aftetBbb WhIte Mr a Garrard wellknown and Hejs an o oad eoujjw John bw a heart asbl afi a water aeloB sad I J People E C was MrsJ and j call Mrs C ConnJr WH young parents position as or the distillery ie b- utnteS 1 aDd Is d r o 0 i j t I r IrE friends Saturday were Thanksgiving are Con her Anderson manager few served she has gave table appointment menu teas given her Mrs visit Flowers former countyman veryy popular wltli many of ourpeopl axon and a clever fellow A f K yf r 4h a 93 h n e f makes friends of all with whom he is Miss Rice of Shelbyvllle is visiting Mrs HM Ballon Miss Maggie Hurt Hyattsville visited Mrs J T week Miss Lily left Monday to resume her dutiesln Hamilton College Mesdames P Faulconer and John Proctor of Danville were this week visiting friends Miss Mary Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs R L Jen nings of Paint Lick Miss Lily V West entertained at dinner Thanksgiving at her home in the country in honor of her friend Miss Jackson of Lexington Misses Violet and Norah Preston will for Paint Lick Dec 24th where they will be the guests of Misses Mary Lear during the holidays A pleasant affair was the leap year party given at the home of Miss Kinnaird Friday evening With the addition of plants and terns the cozy home was made to look still more inviting Misses Kinnaird Angle Kinnaird Annell Tomlinson Louise Jessie Doty received the guests and were becomingly Elegant refresh menu were served It was altogether a delightful affair Danville Advocate Mr Lewis Gill returned Saturday evening from Indi anapclis where he went last week to attend the annual convention of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Mr Gill represented the local chapter Alpha Delta at the meeting Gymnasium classes were organized at Centre last Monday and from on will be given regular work by Waller Hudson Last year Centre Many Garrard county people will be glad to learn that M O FTerrlll for merly of the Peoples Bank at Paint has been given a promotion in the Union National Bank Louisville He now holds down the position of in dividual bookkeeper a place of much responsibility Garrard county boys always come to the front which goes to show that blood will tell Mr Terrill learned the banking business under the careful and efficient train ing of Mr Garnett Kemper at Paint LickInterior Journal Misses Mount of Lancaster were guests of Mrs H J McRoberts Misses Katie Simpson and Katharine Arnold of Lancaster- are guests of Miss Polly Traylor Miss Bessie D Yantis spent her Thanksgiving with Miss Lily V West at Lancaster who was at home from Hamilton College She entertained very charmingly in honor of her guest Miss Anna Jackson of Lexington Walter W Saunders fell the other night shattering the bone of his leg The accident was a very painful one and will likely give him much trouble Mr Sam B Harris of Louisville was here last week to see his parents and old Lancaster friends Sam has been connected with the firm of Bonnie Bros for a number of years and holding down one of their best places His rise in the business world has been very rapid and the position he now holds would make most men of his age swell with prldi but Sam still wears the same size hat he wore when living amongst out here in the brush and unlike some of our ex citizens the limits of the town do not have to be enlarged to him on his annual visits In other words Sam is one of the few boys who have worked up to prominent position has refused to turn the kind of a foal we cannot put in print the people in his native town always have a warm handshake and a hearty welcome for him A Graceful Act Acknowledged Richmond Climax Our distinguish ed and popular fellow citizen the James W Caperton Capitalist Lawyer Farmer and President of the Richmond National Bank is in of a handsome card from the vie torious candidate of the Republican party baaring the following VWest r Almaand Marguerite Marguer- Ite Farris and gowned Instructor theState Injured we Ruebes accommodate Consequently receipt thrown this here Courier leave many College now Lick IS- now He- arable e t C C e f t4l4tet440sH h 4 ut e4Je 1G avtcd acc Col Caperton had wired his congrat ulations to President Roosevelt upon the latters recent great victory the foregoing response being promptly re ceived within a short time after the election So far as Climax knows Colonel Caperton has never aspired to any ap pointive contenting himself with being a private In the rariti of his party while maintaining in the admiration and confidence of citizens of parties a position unsurpassed hereabouts For his lifelong to the TBe publicans locally and nationally his eminent reflpectabUltraBd superb fitness glfjb oAbe President the Cnimai would ful State act their should PresIdentRooseveltc accompltein8 te MM Joloael CapertoB tvi t o Sfcwte wlthlf wl halt D8 tbe ltI b tuP- o tNt ooot 1 ri here the position ail 6y any other man service for any position the ly share of thus that noble eanclitaa sense unsolicited tt character ass a Yr w wr vC toy e loft ie rita Corn Our corn crop year if massed together cover 60 of ground to the depth of nearly 16000 feet a veritable mountain of corn over a third of a mile high It divi ded equally among the population of the earth it would give each person nearly two bushels One practical of the enormous corn crop ought to be a material reduction in the price of consumption since it is the ror on which beef cattle are chiefly In many parts of the West the has been abundant but in Oklahoma especially farmers this year boastful of their corn crop Favorable climatic conditions produced a record breakingyield In many instances the ear and stalk are such unusal size as to be veritable cu riosities In a field owned by Walter Matthews a farmer near the town of Mulhall in Logan county an eleven year old boy weighing 80 poundsclimb ed a stalk to a height of four feet without its bending with him The stalk was strongly rooted and about 16 feet high While the growth in Oklahoma exceptional no travel er through the West could tall to be impressed with the vastness of the corn erea and the immensity of the crop Leslies Weekly Are you thinking of Furnishing Carpeting or Beautifying your house with nice new Paper It so you will find we carry the largest and most up todate lines shown in Central en tucky prices so reasonable that you can afford to travel two hundred miles to trade with us We set the pace for low cash prices and do not cater to that class of trade who are willing to pay two prices In order to get to make small payments We call your atten tion to the immense stock we carry which affords you the opportunity of selecting what you want from the cheapest to the best grades drop into our place and you will learn that we have the Furniture Carpets Wall etc with prices to suit 1 Tribble Pence Stanford Ky Practical Mathematics A teacher In a Texas public school received the following letter Sir Will you In the future give my son easier some to do at sites This is what hes brought hoam two or three sites back If fore gallons of bere will fill thirty to bottles how ma ny pints and half bottles will nine gal lons of beer fill Well we tried and could of it at all and boy cried and laughed and said he did nt dare to go bak in the morose it So to go and buy a nine gallin keg of bere which I could ill afford to do and then we went and borrowed a lot of wine and brandy bot ties We fill them and my boy put the number down for an answer I dont know whether it is right or not as we spilt some while doin it P S Please let the next some be in as I am not able to buy more here In Mercer county a few days ago J P Williams sold T P Gentry a yearling mule for 11750 Rod Warfield of Elizabethtown purchased a span from Pearl last week for 3425 e Quick Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptons of croup Cham berlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack It never and is pleasant and sate to take For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m A good rain has not fallen in the last the past three months When you pleasant purgative tty Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no nausea griping or other disagreeble effect For sale at Frisbies Drug Store 1m What about a membership in the W Library for a Christmas present to your friend New books ordered all the time Cost only a year Library opened every Tuesday night for exchange of books tf Mrs Carltons Wonderful Story Maine Womans Thrilling Exper leave BapIIcate In Lancaster There are scores of families in Lancaster and near by towns who will read with interest the wonder full experience of Mrs A L Carl ton one of the best known in Rockland Me Mrs Carlton says I suffered with stomach trouble for eight years growing worse all the time Three of the best doctors in Maine diagnosed my case as cancer of the stomach and declared Icould not live two Utterly discouraged with t I began using mi onaand commenced tox gain at At this I was reduced to almost skin and bones as I lost nearly ioo pounds during my sickness but when I began to take Miona my flesh built and J gained i pounds tablets I firmly that Mi oria ed McRoberts is local agents if MinaW l cents guarantee that es care trouble id il Crop result was Paper make nothln without Iliad water Brandenburg n wants C T 1 women months th treatment first month 9r wonderful t t re fr fslBch Cur this would acres heel for home fed harvest are dam ot mules fail U once time was the have taken only six pa ages these but my health believe say lifeR and offer it ender dot uI retarlturg disorders t2iem will r rftuldedrr r r- r s had Business and Bargains Flowers 1118 If Cut Flowers 1118 Ward pays 21c for eggs Roses Chryanthemums and Carnations Ed C Gaines R L Underwood pays cash for coun try produce 1021lf Beautiful wedding and funeral gotten on short notice IMS ICell on R L Underwood for your is agent for Danville Lexington and Louisville Florists 1118 tf Turkeys Wanted good fat turkeys this week and next H B Northcott 1111tf FOP Rent Store room on Public Square 123 tf J VV Sweeney See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Come and pick out your presents and let us lay them away for you 12 2 tf Frisbies Drug Store Dont forget R L Underwood when you need fresh and fancy gioceries 1021tf 130 firstseason ewes and five bucks E C McWhortes phone 130 Lancaster 1118tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Stock For Sale Four calves and one yearling steer 2t Salem Wallace Paint Lick Ky We have the most exclusive and up to date line of Holidays Goods in Kentucky Fribies Drug Store 122tf You will find many beautiful and things at our store that you will not see elsewhere 1213tf Frisbies Drug Store We want to attend our Holiday Saturday af ternoon Dec SV 122tf Frisbies Drug Store Remember we will have a big Xmas stock of Silver Cut glass and China which we will sell very cheap for spot cash Thompson the Jeweler We have the nicest Vneof Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes and Hotwater Hnttles ever shown 09 Store Closing out my Ginseng garden roots and seed for tall and spring planting Will move away and must at once 12 2 tf J C Thompson Why buy readymade clothing that get out of buttons come off when you can have a suit made to your measure for 1000 J C Hemp hill 030tf Good Price For Eggs Wanted strictly fresh clean eggs Will pay twenty cents a dozen for strictly fresh Held stock lower II B Northcott 1111tf Window Glass Let us window glass you will cold weather 1000 Suit For All I have arrangements by which I can make you a suit to your individual measure for Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill Turkeys Turkeys I will pay the highest market price for 10000 turkeys on foot delivered at any station on the K C road Richmond and Rowland W S Fish Paint Lick 1118tf Residence FOP Rent The 5room dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street New house all necessary outbuildings plenty of water splendid location Possession given January 1 I Hamilton 1111tf Valuable Property FOP Sale The Thompson block on Richmond street house and two lots on water street and one 72 ft lot on Danville street between mv residence and W H Kinnaird Will sell this property on easy terms call on or 12 2tf J C Thompson Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best 715 tf J T Williams Sons Ten room two story brick house in good repair On Danville street halt a from public square suitable for hoarding house Apply to Eliza L Anderson Lancaster Ky or J M Orand 8th and Jefferson sts Waco Texas 1118tf Best Paper FOP Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of any thing in the reading line for ladles and grows in favor eye ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her For Sale We have several handsome places for sale in the city among them three beautiful homes on Lexington on and a new cottage and two vacant lots on farms for sate Apply to broad or M D Hughes 11 18 tf As Coal Bought Lancaster like the best of everything consequently when it is coal want up 140 Our clean excells In satisfaction Then ltteakreatsatisfftctionto know that orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers proposes to maintain it flieytf EdC Gaines Ed CGalnes 11182t Lllli 1118 designs tr Ed C Gaines countryproduce Ed C Gaines I I For Sale South- down JodY Goods pen 1123 shape and prices sell yo what ne d before comes Our Ices are right 99 rishles Store 1000 9 30 tf between Mrs Jas Vanderpoolblock For Rent 10 21tf Stanford avenue Also good 5 t il11T t I 3It J j j S I Central new a bef Frisbles rug Drug Sn Property avenue one Danville avenue some G B Swine Goof sit You Ever p LlotofCedta r hind Locust h LS 91 Get in the Habit of visiting Joseph Mercantile Company I The I r Cold weather is here so call your attention to our splendid lines of Winter Wearing Apparel I we f I We have a lovely line ot DRESSGOODS UNDERWEAR BLANKETSCOMFORTS HOSIERYCLOAKS GLOVESSHOES WRAPS FURS and are making prices that will prove to you that we are the friends of the peo ple Everything to be found in DRY GOODS SINS I I I I I I I I I I I I IAn I i and Toe lllue We have no old class and correct in style Call and we will prove everything we claim e fin Save You Money Oa Ms I I goodstoworkoff 5 everything first I I BuffS 1 Tile I CompanyI Josop Mati1c i AWFUL MADACIIL That period of life known as the Change is very to many women It generally affects the health seriously Often it the mind as well as the body In some cases Ike suffering is very severe and prolonged and life seems a burden instead of a There is no woman passing through the critical period of the change life who will not receive help from the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription In almost every case it will cure the pains and suffering and reestablish the general health When I commenced to take Favorite I thought I would never live Change Mrs Charles E Thompson of Georgetown Eldorado Co Calif I all the one could have and live I had stomach trouble lived on dry bread and hot water for three months to food on mv stomach had constipation and awful headache permanently It k a l Prescription n tes was bloated at times in the had in the chest and hacking coug but thanks to Dr Pierce I am not more Since last October I have over rocky roads in farm wagons and felt no return of of my old troubles and I that before Dr Pierces medicines I could not have stood half of it as the least jar would have caused aching from head to foot As to the Common Sense Medical Adviser I am thankful for it I would not be without book if I had to pay five dollars for one of them I think it is the best family doctor book that I ever saw and would advise every lady who has not got one of most reliable and useful books to at once for one I know that she would never regret sending for it Sick women especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y If you are led to the purchase Favorite Prescription because of its remarkable cures of other women do not accept a substitute which has none of these cures to its credit Dry Pierces Pettets are easy pleasant to take A most effective laxative bowels troubledany It our correspondence oft Pleas a t and Out in theCounty Nev A Budget o from Various Points in Gamrd Gathered by Energetic Reporters BRYANTSVIELE Miss Bessie Boulden is with Miss Mae Robinson this week Miss Fields was the pleasant guest of Miss Anna Kay Jenkins Mrs Hannah Sweeney of Jefferson ville is with relatives here for a few daysMiss Allie Dunn of Hamilton was at home several days last weekMrs Tine Norris is spending the week with her sister Mrs Naylornear Lancaster Mrs W T Woolfolk of Lexington was with the family of W J Hogans last week V Prof Elliott df Lexington was here for Thanksgiving mingling with his many friends Misses Carrie Boulden and Ollie Wilds of Nicholasville are with Mrs Will Dickerson Mrs Mary McDowell and son of Wilmore were with Mrs Will Dicker son last Thursday- A large crowd attended the sale of Mr Jas Leave and everything sold well except cattle Mr and Mrs John Bingham of Crab Orchard were visiting relatives here the last of the week As the season is drawing to a close I will sell my stock of millinery atcost Some rare bargains Mrs M Stead man 2t Mr Bradford Cunningham of Bur gin and Miss Mary Tomlinson sur prised their many friends here on last Monday by driving to Nicholasville and getting married As I do not wish to carry any or readyto wear hats over will sell them at cost from now on Come early and get your choice at cost 122tf MARKSBOBY Mac Lamb of Madison was here last week trying to purchase a farm Miss Georgia Dunn is at home after a pleasant visit to Paint Lick relatives Rev S P Martin will preach at the Fork church Sunday morning and eve fling Misses Sallie and Lee Herring were entertained Friday by Miss Annie T Cecil in Danville Mr W T West of Lancaster has sold his farm here to Mr Mark Gowen for 45 per Messrs Robinson and Arnold have shipped several car loads of hogs for which they paid 4 to 4icts Master Carl Krishbaum of Danville P News trimmed S Haselden 11 1 College J I MrsA acre has returned home after several days days visit to Mr John Simpson and familyMesdames Fannie Pollard and T I Herring spent several days last week with their mother Mrs Talitha Floyd HustonvllleA attended H D Aldrid ges sale Saturday afternoon Owing to the drouth low prices prevailed Am Bourne was auctioneer Mr Joshua Sutton and wife were called Saturday to the bedside of their brother Tromps Pollard who is very low with typhoid fsver at his home near Bettis A Costly IHlBtabe Blunders are sometimes very Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be if you take Dr Kings Hew Life for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head ache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at Me Roberts Drug Store 1m S P Curtis raised over 100 barrel of corn on 8 acres of land Mr Joe Simpson is buying corn from Terril Anderson at 2 per barrel Brother W T Watson made a bus ness trip to Crab Orchard last week Most every body have killed hogs and now enjoying the blessings of plentySeveral of our citizens and neighbors attended county court at Lancaster last Monday Mr Carl Prewit sold to G W fat hog for 4 50 per hundred weight 320 pounds JOur friend and brother J D Baker went over to Kirksville last Saturday night and was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason Mr A L Napier one of our best has moved to hIs farm near and Mr Mich Lane who bought the Napier farm has moved in Brother Pike filled his regular at Freedom last Saturday and Sunday and preached two sermons especially the one on SundayMr Prewitt went to Crab Orchard last week to have his eyes treated by an eye specialist there his friends hope that he will soon to health Revelation InTealneBt A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never falls to tone the stomach the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist 1m I expensive NINA citizens Lancaster appointment excellent restored a regulate effectiveness if a w Pills Leone ar GO SOUTHWESTi jT Like Time and Tide the Great Southwest awaits no man but its a heap easier to get aboard at the instant of starting than to contend with element of momentum later I I I Letius give the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated literature free II you Setuhwent AlBiosC Dec 6 aii 20 Sail 111905 CKO H P A Little Reds Arkansas HI JKeGCIRK AetJ Rate Cat Iii Two aIl LEG CladaatISEVASTIAN Z a L JOHN PaTratDltr engage Ill 3 1b p4 r Mrs Rates ot Stanford visit ed her sister Mrs Id week Mrs Otly Burke has been sick for several days but is able to be out again Capt John Doty attended the burial of bis sister Mrs Mary Ann Ford at OlivetMiss Higgins spent Thanks Woodsof Stanford Mr Walter Walker beautiful bride of Stanford visited relatives and attended church here Mr Jno Y Leavell Sr suffered a stroke of paralysis last week He is much better and hope to him out soon Dr Woods Ogilvie of Princeton is visiting relatives here His many friends were glad to see him in midst again The new residenc that Terrill is having erectad on the farm he recently purchased is nearing com pletion We will again have Mr rill and his family with us and many friends give them a cordial Wanted 20 tons of clover hay tf Markbury Son Must 68000 The Johnson insurance case which has attracted wide attention has again been passed upon and we the company will pay the without further litigation was a resident of this county and welknown in this section of the state The CourierJournal of Friday says After three days trial in Judge Gor dons court the suit of Matthew W Johnsons administrator against the New Life Insurance Company to enforce collection of a 950000 policy claimed to have been held upon the life of the deceased resulted in a verdict for plaintiff not inclusive of the claim of interest for about 18000 The jury was out an hour and a quarter before reaching decision and butten members signed the verdict Johnson died in 1896 and this was the third trial of he case Upon the first trial before Judge Toney a verdict was rendered for the plaintiff but was reversed the Court of Appeals because of admission of wrongful testimony Up on the second trial last year before Judge Gordon the jury could not agree after considering the matter for twen tyfour Johnson who was the local agent the defendant company at applied for the policy which was sent him Upon his receiving it he his two notes for payment of the first premium The company claims to have refused to accept tile notes and canceled the policy The plaintiff however contends that the notes were accepted by the company and that the policy was in force when Johnson died suddenly a short time afterwards RECTOR OF ST LUKES Asliburnliaui Ontario Tesllftea to the Good Qualities ofCbam Couch Remedy Ashburnham Ont April 18 1903 I think it is only right that I should tell you what a wonderful effect Cham berlains Cough Remedy has produced The day nefore Easter I was so dls tressed with a cold and cough that 1 did not think to be able to take any duties the next day as my voice was almost choked by the cough The same day I received an order from you for a bottle of your Cough Remedy I at once procured a sample bottle and took about three doses of the To my great relief the cough and cold had completely disappeared and I was able to preach three time on Easter Day I know that this rapid and effective cure was due to your Cough Remedy I make this withoutsolicitation being to have found such a Godsent remedy Respectfully yours E A Langfeldt M A Rector of St Lukes Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m The river of sin is not checked by an annual riffle of religion PUBLIC SALE I will on Wednesday Dec 7 1904 at my 1 mile south ofPreach ersville sell the following property 2 good good milk bunchof hogs 1 yearling heifer some corn in crib of up to date otiose Sale begins at Termsmade known on day of sale SARGENT Agt 1 this giving with her J and Mr welcome understand prem- Ium Johnson York pouts forwarded medicine testImo- nial thankful harness10 a m r- Tr Sallie Walker eMinn all see c Give Te the Pay Palntsv ales is pens le tot ills opals tile Uffett Yldfi V Hearteti raJa n T Brown As hardyas wheat V sown early Not attacked with fly veil Afford the finest Pall Winter and Spring pasture sad afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per acre of finest hoariest grained Oats grown NOT FALL OMTMMmue GlTes Information about the best seeds for sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rape 1000 Headed Kale Al Crass Clover and Vegetable Seeds Our brawl Eta Rffeboei Ss4sn an tlw klhMt MHtr Write far Tree CaUltf Ho 55 VMB STOMS C LOUISVILLE KY Tinsel eats Orrust Standup Large P J 4 S 07r J uIL t the Fan fall trade f Tom a it- h f Snirtes r a Money Mney can be saved worth of HARDWARE Drillsr2 Hay Rakes 2 Disc Plows 3 Cultivators Poultry Fence 25 Turning Plows 150 gallons of Paint 4 doz Horse Collars 1 doz Work Bridles 1 doz Harness Saddles 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- e 1 Oil Stove 1 Steam Cooker Churns Cream Freezers 1 Coal Vase Door Locks and Hinges Scissors iTtv Paint Brushes Carpenters Tools BoltsAxle Grease Nails Step Ladders Extension Ladders Hemp Scales Water Coolers 2 Force Pumpa 1 Filter Eave Trough Gutter Conductor Pipe Barn Door Hangers Pitch Forks Garden Hose and Others 3 Sewing Machines 7 Dozen Tin Buckets Tin Pans Enameled Pans and Bowls Dish Pans Slop Buckets Foot Tubs 2 Ice Chests Flour Sifters Cooking Crockery Dinner Bells- 2 Sickle Grinders Brooms Screen Doors 155 of 1 inch Sisal Rope 4 Truck and Scales combined English Spurs o Plow and WagqnhHames Coffee Mills Turkey Roasters Rolling Pins v Matches Leggins Etc Etc Etc At former Store of KMVPbstle Assignee AmJlij Tob S1Jld at COST rIce f 7 r t mI n t ti th 1 rJ t r 3OOO a lbs Hardv are SI BERoI s t Kodol AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros mmmmmmmmmmm BUGGIES mmmmm WWWllIllLWlilllllllllllllll 111 lit lluli lion lu t Public Sale will sell on the premises on Tuesday December 6 1904 at 10 oclock A M 3 Blue Grass Farms located near Red House in Madi son 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 1 Farm Contains about 270 Acres Contains abut 140 Acres 3 Farm Contains about 300 Acres These farms will be sold subject to survey TERMS Onethird cash balance in one and two years at six interest with lien on land until purchase money is paid Will give general warranty deed Mrs J W Smith Harvey Chenault Agt Long Tom Chenault Auct I Madison 2 Farm percent j I DYSPEPSIA C DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTho 00 bottle contains 2K tmesth trial which sells for SO E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K SIze cents PREPARED ONLY AT THS LABORATORY OP VVVVV From The Ashes Baltimore Famljrn Experience Pointsa Borrl to Ite b The visitors of Baltimore today scarcely realizes that less than a year ago the city was almost by a fire A similar comparison might be made by George V Nally one the citizens of Baltimore as to the change in his own looks A short time ago Mr Nallv writing from his home address 2213 Barclay St says I have been troubled for years with ca had resorted to all that could be thought of My wife was also this terrible disease but all the we used were an absolute failure until we tried Hyomei It worked like a charm and has made a complete cure in both of our cases R E McRoberts the local agent for Hyomei has so much faith in the treatment that he gives his personal guarantee to refund the money in case it does not benefit A complete outfit costs one dollar the extra bottles are but fifty Ask to see the strong guarantee under which Hyomei is sold or destroyed melD rable leading tarrhand remedies afflictedwith treatments ononaa ulr Lau ante cents r The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A 8 DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier JF Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H KInnaIrd To Th Business Community We extend the accomo lotions of a Strong and WllEquipped anl f 4 I493 4 2 i 2 2 2 0 j Th Bonl of ntsv lI r9antsville lentucl9 J 0 000000001 1 I I O01 00000030 C i040d0 3ro t f LEWIS Y LKAVBLL President If I II I I 1fftf ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of KY CAPITAL ft SURPLUS B P HUDSON Cashier W 6 RIGNKY Asst Caster C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 10 J J III HI I I II I 111 I I 111 I I + ONLY ONE DOLLAR neal PnIN- Htu JWiWILL YI i I VAN LAU l1t111 I tfd U you have only One Dollar to spare send It to IK Ml MR M I M 60 And open ah account to which you can add or any time wherever you be Any sum from 1 to 5000 will be accepted See Our New Booklet J S ROBINSON Vice Prest 81U lii MAIl Seat on Appll cation Allaccounts In this bank are strictly conflden est is added January and July and compounded I the bank and the depositor Inter e l J ttal between ee slis 0 Y M K raw v iMf yyl Mother Be iareiol- of the of your little children Look out Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them iu time One Minute Cough Cure Is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by It E Me Roberts Jm A PJeaaaat Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers De Witts Little Early Risers are so mild that children delicate ladles and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pill ever sold Sold by R E McRoberts lm No More Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion get a bottle Dyspepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure George A Thomson of Spencer la says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dy spepsia Cure was recommended and I H used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doc tored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Noway with hopes of getting some relief but Ko dot Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every person suffering with Indigestion or Dyspep sin should use it Sold by R E Me Roberts lm Beware DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the best Salve on the market Every fam Hy should keep it as it is an invalua ble household remedy and should be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says I had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two years Fi nally 1 was persuaded to try DeWitts Salve which has complete cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by McRoberts lm COUGH CURE THE JLUNGS HII health for Coughs h J I 1 11 always Witch naze i 7y R E I THE rAND of Counterfeit 11 WITH Dr Kin Discovery11 New I FOR CONSUMPTION Price Free Trial SOc l00 1 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROVE II LES or MONEY BACK FOLEYS Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious re suIts from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Honey and Taris taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Fofeys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can Foleys Honey and Tar that costs you HO mere and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates Cured After PhysielaiM SaM Ha Had Ceiwmiptien j E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample Foleys Honey and Tar which gave me so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had trouble with my throat or lungs since that time Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SKI All lECMKlKB IY For sale by C C J B Stormed HONEY t- and 1 CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Foley strengthens Foley coughsthe developinto i I FoleyHoney get I I r 0 1 I t i s T TAI ou san o f A i ubstitute 1 oftany 7 w Vkg 3 W t