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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KYi FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904 i YEAll XUMBEB3 rfF-r 2 FlFTSEXTII Items of Local1 Interest Winter is on in earnest Rentpaying time draws nigh Six pages of The Record today The Postle stock will be sold at auc Lancaster merchants are well repre sented in this issue The press boys go to Florida the first week in January J G Sweeney advertises his large store room for rent in this issue Its a good room and splendid stand Adjourned Until Monday Afterattendlng to some civil Gfasl ness the circuit court adjourucd un til next Monday The grand jury did likewise The Recordscartoonist Is at work on several other prominent citizens His work has been highly complimented by prominent cartoonists among them Mr Fred Caweln of the Louisville Times who says the work appearing in The Record is good enough for any paper Gets 1500 Verdict The case of Henry Shirley colored man against the Southern Railway occupied sums time inthe local circuit court The jury returned a verdict of The suit was for 10000 dam ages which the negro claimed was due by reason cf false arrest A railroad detective in search of another negro arrested the man placed him in juil and the negro claims kept him hand cuffed and jailed for some days before the right man was arrested The case will be appealed Distressing Accident While returning from school the horse driven by Miss Susie Merriman and her brother Ilolman became frightened when near their home near Flatwoods ran away and corn pletely demolished the vehicle The boy was so badly Injured that he died the next day while Miss Merriinai received injuries which came near causing her death She is much bet ter now and will recover The lad was buried at Paint Lick Monday The accident has caused deep regret as the family is one of the most widely known in the county Miss Merriman is a teacher and one of the most and best in the county lIP tion 1500 popular Residence Sold Thompson sold toJas Hill the residence on Water street occupied by W I Williams for 1500 The building lot adjoining went with the deal Getting Ready for Santa The merchants are busily engaged displaying the Christmas goods and we call attention to our advertising columns for the place to buy and what to get Th stocks are unusually large and the quality better than ever As stated above read the columns of The Record to find what you want Death of M Dunn Mr Josh Dunn of Hruaduead died at that place Sunday the remains being brought Danville for Inter ment Monday lIe was a former Garrard citizen having lived in lower Garrard He was widely known in and had many friends here who re gret to learn of his death The Time Slay Come The Harrodsbiug Democrat truthfully says All editors and some other busi ness men are too busy hunting ana since the new law doesnt them to buy quails they must perforce do without First thing they know these sportsmen will overdo the game law business and people who earn a living will join hands with the farmer and oust the whole capoodle Filter Company Incorporated The ITaselden niter Co has been incorporated with headquarters at Louisville The capital stock is 810000 and is held by prominent people of Louisville except Mr J B Ilaselden of this city The company has head quarters on Fourth street in Louisville and now employs about seventyfive men turning out ninety filters a day It is a investment and is bring ing in much money to our hustling townsman Good Appointment On Monday night the City Council appointed G M Siler night policeman Mat has been on before and he made it hard on the lawbreaker He is the right man for the place and that is the object in view Personal prefer ence should not enter into such a case but rather fitness for the position which is hard to till Many say that they feel easy at night when Old Foot is on duty I J C I I to to go paying I Capt White of The Record force has been ill for some days but we are glad to say he is improving Excuse us for lack of news this Issue You know Christmas comes but once a year and the advertisers are now playing Old Santa by putting business sock How To Get Rich Ellzabethtown News We are under the impression that if you will scrimp and pinch and rob your family wear a calico shirt a week with out washing use celluloid collars and buy one over coat in twenty years and cuss and dam and swear every time your family buys 25 cents worth of sugar and make your wife do all the scrub bing washing cooking and ironing and baking give nothing to anybody and not let a ray of sunshine in to your gizzard you will be rich You will also burn as you ought to Turkey A Cincinnati paper says that the turkey trade broke down at Thanks giving and much money was lost by dealers A great many were sold at thirteen cents per pound dressed The Price Current of New York says the turkey trade had an awful slump for Thanksgiving and dealers lost much money Very high prices were expected and the price started off at 25c per pound The demand was astonishingly light and prices rapidly declined until the best brought only 18 cents and a great many brought 15 and 16 cents It warns country deal ers against paying too high prices in the country A of Sermons Eld F M Tinder has arranged a se ries of sermons to be preached at the Christian church during the winter and spring months which will be un usually interesting A most cordial Invitation is extended the public to men and boys The begin at 715 each evening Some of the subjects are as follows Talkers and Talking The Making of a Criminal Public Opinions Ignor ance to Meet God Love of Pleasure Faults Self Exami tion Is the World Growing Better Guarding the Weak Places Some of the Worlds Greatest Disasters and Politics Christ Be Ready When He Comes The Making of a Name Foolish Bravery Habits Books The Path to Success A Located Sin ner The True Gentleman What and How to Bead Hinderances to be Avoided The Perils of Country Life The Sin of Exaggeration My Neigh bor The Making of a Happy Lift The Love of Life Indecision Fraternity Inour Series services SinsPreparation coffee Notes especially Religion Liberality BUELL BOOTEES Honest Mike BOOTS and SHOES Florsheim Shoes A great line of LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS SHOES Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods- at low prices See our Swell line s of OVERCOATS f 7foVt i Sr Terms Strictly fr lf I III I I WalkoverShoes II I III I t r L t II T 1 I L L Td Cash LOGnN- r 11 The U I C met with Mrs Martha Frlsbie Monday afternoon We had a very and helpful meeting Mrs R Graham Price of Danville our enthusiastic sister who organized the chapter here was with us and it gave us much pleasure to have her encour age and instruct us in our new but no ble undertaking The room was dec orated with red white and red We named our chapter Mary Walker Price Delicious refreshments were served by the hospitable bostesq We meet with Miss Allie Arnold the first Monday in January MAR High Compliment Danville E H Fox the photographer is in receipt of a very flattering letter from Mr Hughes secretary the Commissioners at the Kentucky building at St Louis Mr EDWARD H Fox Danville Ky My Dear Mr TTox I have the pleas ure of informing you that the Execu tive Committee has paid your pictures the high compliment of them forwarded to the Geological Museum for display in the new when it is completed I do not think a higher honor could have been paid you Yours very truly R E HUGHES Secretary A Warm Number I The democratic primary held at Stanford last week was just about as warm as it is possible for such matters to become The Interior Journal says it has failed to find a man who is not rejoicing that a thing of the past According to the unofficial returns Hon R C Warren was nominated for County Judge over the present incum bent J B Bailey by 380 W S Burch defeated John Sam Owsley Jr for Commonwealths attorney by a plurali ity of 677 Isaac Herring defeated Dink Farmer for jailer by 65 votes William Carson defeated Ebb Kenne dy Geo Wood and Emmit McCormack for Assessor by a vote of 634 The present incumbent Superintendent Singleton was renominated for coun ty superintendent of Schools by a ma jority of 466 The Sheriffs race was decidedly the warmest race in the county and was won by a plurality of two by T J Hill The Cattle Busness An exchange says Cattle feeders over the country are still displaying extreme caution buying thin cattle Whatever they may do paving high prices is not part of their policy this season Many of them admit their intention to feed but as as values have been seeking a lower level right aiong contend logically that they have madetaoney while waiting Kansas and Nebraska are the Only States that have been heavy buyers of thin cattle so tar The deficiency in this movement to feed lots has been the cause of considerable speculation Oue Chicago live stock concern has flooded the country with inquiry by mail and concludes from the responses elicited that the number of cattle now on feed is but 70 per cent of that at the corresponding time in 1903 This concern has also made the that there is a tendency among feeders to buv cattle late and begin feeding early in January for late Spring and summer markets If true this suggests that the winter market will be lightly supplied while the ex cess will show up after May These estimates are after all mere conjec tures but there can be no doubt that the number of cattle now on feed is considerably less than at this time a year ago Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in the sale of the following propertyNo A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in the city for a good business Can be bought for less than cost of buildings etc trade now No 2 A large new residence with 6 acres on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at one at 83750 very large and desirable property and one at 3000 All at rock bottom prices No 5 New cottage and li acres on Stanford avenue Very cheap No 6 Splendid home4 acres on avenue Remarkably low atprice 2000 No 7 Cottage on water street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or rent at reasonable figures No 8 Coal yard scales and two store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and fancy goods at a stand having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store rooms on first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent the price at which property can be purchased A splendid investment No IL Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land 3t miles from town at 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres good land 2 miles from town at 81800 have some valuable proper ty In the city limits occupied by col ored people which rents for prices yielding 20 per cent on invest meets We have other farms ateo Call on 6 B Swinebroad or M D Hughes 12936 The operations of this Bankare the eye and Inspection of the tate Banking department V I enjoyable NewsMr R E ordering Capitol ills stockers and discovery Established Richmond 2700 Danville on WealsO j S t q o of land the ender ll of BryaaITllley F k- r at jy Wanted 20 tons of clover hay tf Markbury Son Morrow McRoberts are now open ing their Holiday stock Theysay it will be even better than ever before When you go to buy your winter shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their can suit you 1021tf 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 It Is exceedingly comforting for the depositors to feel that his funds are judiciously invested or safely cared for 1118 tf Bryantsville The Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church will have a saleat Mrs Lears Millinery store on December 23 and 24 Plain and fancy needle work of all kinds candy will be sold at exceedingly low prices Remember the dates and place and come help a noble cause tf Grecian Play The 1905 of Caldwell Col lege Danville will give a Grecian play in the college chapel December 9ih The young ladies are working and a treat is In store for those so fortunate as to see the play Admis sion 25cts Dont miss it Good Business For Sale Having decided to move to Califor 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 of ground including a beautiful building lot of one acre The 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 house with stock Here is a rare opportunity to engage in business in one of the most promising and pros perous towns in the state call on or address R L Jennings- tf Paint Lick Ky A Delightful Banquet The local Masonic lodge desiring to take action upon the departure of Prof K F Postle who leaves in a few days for California gave a most delightful banquet in his honor Mon day evening The supper was furnish ed by Mr and Mrs D G Ross and a better one never prepared All the substantials of the season were served in abundance and many were the com Aliments passed upon the meal At the conclusion of the repast HonB H Tomlinson toastmaster paid a most glowing tribute to Bro Postle and called upon other brothers who made splendid remarks upon the guest of honor and the order in general Rev C M Chumbley on behalf of the lodge presented to Louis Landram a very handsome and elegant Past Mas ters as a token of their esteem and in of his work during the eight years he was Master of the Lodge The jewel bears the name of the recipient and several appropriate inscriptions Those who sat about the festal board were C M Chumbley Wm Herndon J Joseph Alex Bishop Louis Landram W 0 Rigney A T Anderson Bobt Kinnaird J W Sweeney Prof J E Mannix Jas B Conn Dr Gilbert R H Joe E Robinson J R Haselden K F Postle WB Mason W H Wherritt Rev Ellis D G Rosa The Cicero of the Mountains A Central Record man asking me bow I obtained the name Cicero of the Mountains I reply as follows In 1860 there were four candidates for the Presidency Breckinridge and Lane Douglas and Johnson Bell and Eveiett Lincoln and Hamlin I was then in my teens having never voted but knew all the Bible upon the sub ject of slavery by heart what Wen dell Phillips Owen Lovejoy Joshua R Giddings Anson Birlingame Tom Corwin William Floyd Garrison and Helper had said against the South and know it yet have committed and and spoken the Declaration of Inde pendence to 3000 people Adams sup posed speech in favor of it had met in discussion on the slavery question Welsh and when Welch would not come to time answered iny own speech immediately before the same audi ence with an applause that almost shook the Continent There was a great political speaking at Crab Or chard Springs Speakers Ephraim L Van Winkle and Tlrnolean Cravens Van Winkle In a large crowd me to Coloneh Cravens as the Cicero of the Mountains Have had the name ever since How did get the name of the Colossus of the Rhodes I gave it to him The ancient Colossus was a brazen statue that stood astride the harbor of Rhodes and the ships of Commerce sailed in and out of port between his legs That Welch such a great lawyer that he stood as it astride the entrance of the Temple of and we smaller lawyers must go in dt the court house his legs How did Judge George Denny get his name Some men great have great thrust upon them are tore with great names that is the wayiDeoayitot hte stockthey Bankof of diligently 2t niafor acres soil several jewel appreciation Tomlinson- F P Frlsbie G S Greenleaf S Introduced i were acquire some Jiif ff f N donation etc class only C welch was Justice out between names some men names PosWa Fox Bobbltt 7Yrz r- Holidays are flaro and we have a large new line of Xmas Goods arriving daily such as Hand Carved Parlor and Hall Chairs fcibranj Tables Writing Centre Tables Etc Christy pictures natural wood frames Prices right Come and see Successors to JA Beazley 4 Co T some especially f We have a nice line of g BMets Comforts Gloves 2 SZ UNDERWEAR ETC 3 R L JENNINGS j PAINT LICK KY 2 t L DAVIDSON Attorney At law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I 1 I I I Desks LampsCarben n 1 Jnrnrnrrnrrr iCLOAKS FURS i SKIRTS We ate making low prices now is the time to buy R I The t G r 1a r a rP 1 r 1lUWII1111111JI1111JI1J11t111JIIlC GOODS C fc just received from St j Louis and while there 3 purchased car load I of Bath Tubs Closets and Lavation from the Worlds Fair buildings These goods are the very best made and will sell them for 50 t per cent less than new goods Car will arive about Dec 15 See these goods and save I money J IR IPLUMBINC I I I I Itwet I I I IISIILPIIN Until you see the low prices we are making on CLOSING OUT As we have stated before it is our purpose to close out and wind up our business here as quickly as possible and in order to do this we are makiiig special low prices on Merchandise Our Mr J M Logan win leave here on Dec 27 for New York where he will engage in business We will consider it quite a favor of those who are indebted to the firm will call and settle before he leaves this will save trouble and expense to cus tomers as well as ourselves THE Logan Dry J i DONT STOP Mattios I a hi our t 10MbA N L u frtri J 1 Fw s r 1 C arpetsBus lasses 1 z r Goods i v I 1 Beginning DOG 9 1904 at 10 oclock a m is made to sweep out a heavy overstock in fact the whole stock if possible to make some improvements in my store room and to inaugurate a business in Lancaster Beginning Feb 1905 New novel and up to the minute This together with a willingness to part with clean salable seasonable merchandise cash basis is what induces us to take this step This Sale embraces each and every Department of the busy WHITE ELEPHANT STORE from roof to cellar Your every want sjpDlied at prices that please you We Fling Away the Profits to Unload our Overstock See How We Sweep Them t 1t z m c4 1f 7 j L BIG WHITE ELEPHANT STOREt Thissale 1 st on Sweeping t I u Q till f-fy n a wNAri n yr g rsy r 5 tws La Ml III UIIIRB IIra a- yr r s- aVI I UMM Uhf I- 11H11 I Akililk I liiir 4 iv aft ai ai ii- r uuu IRI vii r r i- faI1- i h is r r1- py J- d 1 a a 1 j j j i DRY GOODS Immense stock bought at first hands for spot cash will be swept away in this sale at prices that will move them out quick DRESS GOODS In every and all styles colors weaves fabric and texture suitable to this market They must be seen to be appreciated Ladies tailor made suits silk lined best styles colors and fabrics and make cut iin Ladies cloaks and furs cravenettes tourist coats A good stock left must move out Come see how very cheap Ladies skirts and childrens cloaks 100 150 2 00 and 300 that have been sold for twice the The Famous Emery Shirt A shirt that fits and wears and feels cpmfor table can be had in this sale r raii I price af oooooooooaoo o o ooh a t 8 f priceS J CLOTHING S MSrt OVERCOATS and SUITS Our stock is immense in these lines and all will find a deep cut in these articles We handle none but the best makes and the fits of our cloth ing is equal to tailor made Big Sized Shirts and Pants to fit the largest men are to be found in this stock Try them on GENTS FURNISHINGSI- s a marvel at the White Elephant under wear to fit Big Joe in shirts pants collars cuffs neck ties and all Shoes for Ladies and Children A full and complete stock of the best brands newest styles and best workmanship to go in the sale A T A T A I W I Hosiery and fcr Ladies We are especially strong in these lines having many famous brands and styles Come Notions Neckwear and Belts for Ladies As all our regular customers know we are headquarters for these goods we know this line much attention and soon sweep out Blankets Comforts Etc Blankets from 50c to 10 00 regular price will be sold at a great reduction all along the line Comforts in all grades Domestics A full stock and a splendid assortment shall not be spared the knife they too will receive a Underwear examine willcall deepcut Sq a4 x z f e jG tl t j r A BI Stock and they Must Move Quick A SHOES THAT WEAR AND CLOTHES THAT FIT crowd and come too and see us SWEEP OUT this line of goods at prices wil MAKE THEM MOVE Beginning December pth 1904 Doors open at 10 A R H BATSON Lancaster Ky c 0 V E RCOA T S ooooooooooootOOtOO I I I IDO 10 I ao 1 ooooooOoo111 I 11011111 11 1111 II UIIIIIIIU 111 the h M ti 2 J r- f c 4 J 4 1 x iI k 9 t I jlt L tJ j i o Iii1 oeooooooeooooooooooaeeoooe oooMOoeoeooooo00oooooeooo IMNNMNNNOMMINOOOeNIN NNNaoeo ooO O4 ooooee F Watch that ter I y- y a L K SJ Y ro dr 4 My t a q V 4- Moq t btiF Sy 5 F My aV yti ktia r rYv r d y r r y- tou eg5 7ks a xTj Sr r r 7 taa psrr w n y sr- N n S 4 Y y rY l h Y THE TOUR LIFE TO CHEAP We have a big stock of New Xmas Goods in Jewelry Cut Glass Clocks Silverware account of ill health I must close these goods out at once as I wish to move to Southern as soon as stock is sold Dont delay Come now and get choice of stock for that Christmas present you expect to make ffi The Jeweler II I I I 1 s I I I I I DiamondsWatches II I J IT C T X- t OPPORTU Ik 0 ta BUY- s DooII- N l z I c c- On California CENTRAL RfgpRDJtt- iued Weekly J0r LOUIS LANDRAM Snared at the Port Office Lancaster SecondClait Man Matter Lancaster Ky December g 1904 We notice the name of RW Brown in a list of those mentioned in with the Democratic nomina tion for mayor of Louisville The best thing that could happen for that city would be the election of Bob Brown to take charge of Its reins of govern went He Is business from the word Go His honesty Is unquestioned his executive ability unsurpassed and his integrity seldom equaled As ten derhearted as a girl and a Chester field in manners Bob Brown has to all who know him We love him as a brother and believe every other member of the Kentucky Press Association feels the same way toward him That Louisville needs a Mayor who will BE Mayor no one will gainsay The Lexington Democrat grows and brighter every day and ranks with the in Kentucky journalism Bro Walton knows how to issue a good paper and has made friends by the score in his new field The contains all important telegraph news all the local and as able editorials as one ever has the pleasure of reading If you want a firstclass daily paper take the Demo crat Tie defaulting cashier of a bank in Icrwa was sentenced to two years Had he stolen a hog the punishment would have been double that The hightoned thief escapes while the starving fellow must suffer Fair Japan one of the Pike shows was de troyed by fire As it was the bummest show there those who saw it will shed few tears over the loss Be 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 safe to take For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Rains have fallen throughout the state and more an promised 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 reliable Salve handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles dissappear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at McRroberts Drug Store 1m r r r better top notchers Democrat I I Imprisonment I I tail 6 I 5 i 5 K K zi toeper n Sat connection endeared himself t PRESENTS At Low Prices SEE OUR Coal Vases Brass Fire Sets Burlin Fire Sets Nickel Plated Fire Sets Handsome Line of Carving Knives Silver Plated Knives and Forks Tea and Table Spoons StagBone Ebony and Wood Handle Table Knives Rotchester Chafing Dishes Serving Dishas Coffee and Tea Pots Cream Pitchers Sugar Bowls Water Pitch Water Set Pocket Knives Raz and Scissors Lap Robes and Foot Warmers rW i CHRISTMAS I ors II I 8i II HASELDEN 0 t d 11 0IIN SOIlc fan i v tlJtrii r r i I I w ers o r izr rra J- y f r w r1T PAINT MCK- Mrn Bpurlock U quite sick Mr C Shumate is jconflnedto ha bed Mrs Minnie Jennings little Wil lie visited her brother at Ford W S Hensley traded his farm W Moody for his store in Lowell Lexington will preach at Mt Tabor next Sunday morning at 11 oclockMr Champ who has been with Champ Co for the pastyear left Tuesday for Florida Mr Hiram Azhill sold his farm known as the Maret farm of 214 acres at 47 per acre to Mr Mose Middleton of Harlan The people ot this section will be sorry to learn that R L Jennings has decided to sell his property at this place and move California very much to lose this excellent family W Sheoherd of Nashville is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Shepherd He preached an able and im pressive sermon to a large at the Hall Sunday morning and evening Mr I B Arnold our efficient proprie tor of the Veranda Hotel has given it up and after the first of the year will engage in other business We hope however that he and his estimable family will not leave Paint Lick Prof Simmons will move his school from Kirksville to this place after the first of the year This is the best place in the state to build up a good school and with such men as Simmons and Rev Young it is sure to be a success Prof Adamsof Manola who has been teaching a class in singing closed his school Friday night They were all well pleased and he decided to teach another beginning on Wednesday night the 7th At the close of this be will give concert for the benefit of the Christian church BEONA VISTA Mr and Mrs A D Scott returned last week from St Louis James Spillman has returned from a business trip to Kansas Mrs of sallies visited relatives here last week Miss Bessie Bolton has been spend ing a few days with Miss Mae at Marcellus Mrs Maria Lane leftFriday for Lex ington where she will make an extend ed visit to relatives Miss Myrtle Ruble and brotherRob ert have returned from a brief visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Margaret Christopher who has been the guest of Miss Alice Scott has returned to her home in South Elkborn Communion services will be held at 4 toG Rev usonof i I to Rev J J J audience one Mr and J B RObinson Ver g and Were ret Pro Robinson f tha Presbyterian church next Sunday morning Preparatory services Sat urday afternoon Mr Elbrldge Cecil of Wllmore was week buying mules He bought of Joe Hamilton for 8185 also one of John for 125 I will pay the highest market price for 10000 turkeys on foot delivered at any station on the K C road be tween Richmond and Rowland Fish Paint Lick 1118 tf Notice We 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 best 715 tf J T Williams Sons Closing out our Jewely watches clocks and fancy goods These goods must be sold as we will move to Call fornla as soon as stock is closed out For bargains come to Thompson the Jeweler We make a specialty of court day dinners Regular meals served thro the week and especial attention given boarders U D Simpsons board ing house Richmond street 129 tf Only a few more days until year will be numbered among the has BlIIIooB Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea soon as the first indication of the disease appears a threatened attack may be warded off Hundreds of peo ple use the remedy this way with per fect success For sale by Frisbies Drugstore 1m The Most Everywhere Harrodsburg Democrat It is said that only two cases within fifteen yrs have Mercer county juries returned verdicts in favor of the defendant railroad companies in suits for dam ages arid those were two small suits for killing stock And yet we wonder why freight rates here are high The juries and people should know that after all they pay these damage A gentleman who is supposed to know told the Democrat that in the last reported fiscal year the railroad paid more damages for thee injury of cattle than the total freight the years cattle shipments amounted to Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual recom mendation of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts Druggist Price 50c and 1 Trial bottles free 1m L here W S are Vanderpoolblock 129 today Remedy- as judgments I on every v k last one Turkeys another Chamberlains Same McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY See the Goods also the bargai ns in DRESS GOODS CLOAKS FURS all being closed out at We are determined to carry no Fall Goods over and will sell at a sacrifice rather tBan do so You will save money by looking over our stock PAINT It fij I E2II I AT III McWharteri Estri ges t II II II II II m II Xle riEstridgpi u J fr I c I HoIidaj p 1jJ H and below cost fI I LICK K 4c a Business Flowers Ed C Gaines 1118tf Cut Flowers Ed C Gaines 1118 Ward pays 21c for eggs 1118 2t Boarders wanted at Mr Simp sons For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney Auction of the Postle Hardware stock Saturday afternoon tf Blankets and Comforts ab cost at 12 23 The Logan Dry Goods Co 1223 The Logan Dry Co See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Home Journal 1021tf Frisbies Store We have a few and Boys suits 12 23 The Logan OJry Goods Co p m during December and county court day tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the Smith Currey Agts Stock For Sale Four calves and one yearling steer 2t Salem Wallace Paint Lick Ky See our nice line of handkerchiefs and for the trade 12 23 The LogaivDrv Goods Co es and Childrens Chart cost The Logan I We have the most exclusive up 22tf You will find manly beautiful and new things at our you will not see elsewhere I 1213tf Store We have license to sell fireworks kinds at low prices tf Beazley Burnside Your notes and accounts must be settled by DJC 25 and all accounts c not settled now will be put in the hands of an attorney Thompson the Jeweler Remember we will have a big Xmas stock of Sliver Cut glass and China which we will sell very cheap for spot cash Thompson the Jeweler Pie plant goods for sale Plant now and will be ready to use next spring Must be sold come now 12 9 J C Thompson We have the nicest line f Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes Hotwater Bottles ever shown before 99 FrisbieJS Drug Store Closing out my Ginseng garden roots and seed for tall and spring planting Will move away and must sell at once 12 2 tf J C Thompson You will always find fresh nuts can dies and fruits at 2t Lancaster Grocery Co Window f Let us sell you what window glass you will need before weather comes Our prices are 9 9 Frisbies Store This closing out sale must be cash 12 9 J C Thompson When buying Xmas presents have an eye to something useful You can find it m our well selected stock 2t Lancaster Grocery Co You can get a good meal at Mr Simpsons boarding house 12 9tf Day boarders wanted at Mr U D Simpsons Boarding house Richmond street We have the cheapest and most line of Xmas in the city t Lancaster Grocery Co Valuable Property For Sale The Thompson block on Richmond street also house and two lots on water street and one 72 ft lot on Danville street between my residence and W H Kinnaird Will sell this property on easy terms call on or address 122tf J C Thompson A lot of Cedar and Locust Posts for sale Romans Elmore U D andCarnations auction forless andlet12 2 Dr men and we are at bargains HardwareStock mufflers We are closing out r adles Miss for less than ry Co 1223 nd Centralst re t Frlsbi rug Flpewop s ABeazleys 129 1123 d c d rIg Dr r 12 tf attractive I Y 4aa ana ar ains i r tf selling tt b day tl 8 3 VWiSi f My display in china this season is in ROYAL HINODE EAST INDIA ROYAL SAZE The Royal Hinode is inlaid in Gold and Enameled I can I say the prettiest I ever sold See the Rupee Vases Aqu I Vace Chocolate Sets Celery Trays Salids Sugar and Cream f Incense Jars Jewel Comport Tall Tankard Simar Vace and I many others I shall sell them cheap Do not can not and I must not miss a sale Cynic and see Pleasure them I II M B I J I to how ALL 0 U s 0 q c oooc OR SID ISBELL OSTEOPATH Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and free All diseases both Acute and Chronic success fully treated Call and see me 9 Examination A 8EAZLEY 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 r g UliERT lAiR iE xe L ttmmm Holiday Goods wes attended by large crowds who pro nounce the stock the handsomest ever shown in Lancaster Come to us for The Latest and Best of S Everything in Holiday Goods Right t c Ie ti OUR Opening I Prices tJ FRISBIES1 nRUG SIRE Buy Second Hand School Books Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTSDRUGGIST American Wire Fence is cheaper now than ever be fore Come and buy be fore it advances which it is sure to do PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Kentucky 1 i r A I S j 1 ICI w A New Car Load m- Old Hickory mM Wagons m m M SEE OUR STOCK OF Fine Winter 1 I Very Cheap S Now is the time to buy a Ka BUGGY CHEAP o BuggyRobes c7 rah 5 Elmore j m M m mf mf Mi gljfglMj JalgllmlfllrM t Vi m J 7off 1 i l tr y s aj 4 Y c3a eE w Ij J y Get in the Habit of visiting Company Cold weather is here so we call your attention to our splendid lines of Winter Wearing Apparel We have a lovely line ot DRESSGOODS UNDERWEAR BLANKETS COMFORTS HOSIERYCLOAKS GLOVES SHOESWRAPS FURS and are making prices that will prove to you that we are the friends of the peo pIe Everything to be fountain An UsToTheMtaitG DRY GOODS STORE We have no old goodsto workoff everything first class and correct in style Call and we will prove everything we claim Will Save You Bii Honey On Goals Company The 1 I and 1 i We 1 The Ja11lhM nutdl Joseph 1Ieranti1e I psss i I t It is a curious fact that the word hands should live in our language as practical definition of the and standing of the laboring classes Mill hands farm hands cognize this definition as accurate by rarely looking beyond the activity of the hands whose skill or strength earns the wage day the worker learns that behind the hands is the stomach When the stom ach is weak or diseased the hands lose their strength andcunning Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It makes the body strong It enables a man to work time and earn full wages Mr Thomas A Smuts of Columbus Ohio Box 103 Sub Station C writes I was taken very sick and doctors told me it would kill me if I not do something for myself I was taken with severe then in the stomach and food would not digest then kidney and liver trouble and my back so weak I scarcely around I had become so poorly I walk in the house the aid a and I so thin I had given up to die thinking that I could not be one my said Take advice and take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and make a new man out of yourself The bottle helped me so much I thought I would get another I had taken in about six weeks I was weighed and found I had gained twentyseven 27 I have done more the past eleven months than I did in two before I am as stout and healthy today I think as I ever was FREE Of Plmrmrnm Common S na Med Advise im mnt FREE mm to pay mxtenme mf mailing ONLY onesent the V Piorcm Buffalo M Y Tor m q I HANDSa simplyhands Butsome ft ci tat Jf If Teal Seed book In are covers i fop the volume AddtSS D Gossip About People vev ve A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those W Are In Mr J T Williams is in Knoxville this week Prof E N Todd of Paint Lick was here Sunday Miss Cordle Hamilton is at home again from Indiana Harry Anderson entertained a few friends Friday evening Mr Brent Metcalf of Harrodsburg was a visitor here Sunday Mr W B Marrs of Knoxville was here with relatives a few days Miss Allie Arnold is at home from a visit to relatives in Nicbolasville Miss Cordie Kiem of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Ada Dickerson Mr Lewis West has accepted a posi tion in the Pension department at Washington D C Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Mrs R A Stone and little daughter Stella of Somerset are visiting her daughter Mrs Tom Wall Mr A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife The Doughnut Social given by the W C T U was largely attended and a very enjoyable evening was spent Miss Alice Walker has returned from several months visit to Atlanta Ga Winston N C and Knoxville Tenn Mr C K McGugin left Saturday morn ing for his home in Howard Ohio aftei a pleasant visit to Mrs R A Burn side daughters Misses Sallie and Martha and son Carlton leave this week to spend the winter in Atlanta Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside entertained Friday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs C K McGugin of How ard Ohio Revolution iHualneBt 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 fails to tone the stomach regu late the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches under its searching and thorough ef fectiveness Electric Bitters Is only 50c and that is returned It it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by R E McEoberts druggist 1m I I I I Capt T A Elkin I I yanish I JJ I Inferior Journal Prof M D Hughes of Lancaster was here today Miss Mary Primes of Garrard is with Miss Sallie Cook Mrs Banks Hudson and little daugh ter Porter Scott have returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Kennedy LexingtonMiss Powell and brother Smith of Huston ville have been vis iting Misses Mattie and Mary son Danville avenue Mrs Sallie McCormack announces the marriage of her daughter Mattie Cabell Dec 28 1904 to Mr W 0 Good loe of Booth Mississippi Middlesboro J B Collier of Lancaster was here several days last week with his sons C S and W H Collier who have good positions at the Fork Ridge Coal Cos commissary He was much pleased with his visit to the Magic City A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings Hew Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough He Roberts Drug Store 1m Why Horses Slobber The excessive secretions of salivaor slobbers as it is frequently called in horses has variety of causes It a symptom of some affectionof the mouth throat or stomach or due to direct irritants in the food such as lobilia pilocarpin muscarin tobacco wild mustard calchlcuin garlic and ginger Brown or secondcrop of hay seems also to induce an salivary secretion The consists in the removal of the cause If further treatment seems to be necessary simple astringent for the mouth may be used such as vinegar and water borax borac acid sulphate or tincture of chloride of iron Two drams of any of the above in a quart of Farrington Virginia What about a membership in the W C T U Library for Christmas your friend New books ordered all the time Cost only 1 a year Library opened every Tuesday night for exchange of books tf Best Paper For Ladles The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in favor day Mrs Dollle Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 916 tf I Thom NewsMr expensive Headache 25c at maybe treatment washes waterDr present- to every buyers 4U asp dover excessive HEADQUARTERS FOR FIELD AND HOG FENCEAMERICAN Re ultr Style Stay 12 JBOT 6 In apart 1 Special lion and Cattle Styl Stays 13 In or 6 la apart I Hog Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Does not mutilate but dee efficiently turn cattle horses bee Plffc X T VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED manufacturers and by us Gall and Can show you I t by i everlastingI the see it how t ii save you noneyand fenceyour fields so they will tay- I M UiIT ILINJ- a 4v p Sornq Thlng tfro Like to Se I like to see the boys whisper during service it sets oue to wondering who their parents are I like to see young people giggle and laugh in church it shows they are funny and mischievous so monkeys 1 like to see people come to church after the services have begunltsnows they learned the proverb never I like to see tLe people sit bolt during prayer itreminds one of that stiffnecked people of old who were more upright than pious- I like to see the congregation turn around and look at those coming in late it shows they are interested in their personal appearance I like to see people write their names in the hymn books it shows that they know how to write which Is more than you would expect of such people 1 like to see a crowded audience with all the windows of the church closed up tight it shows that the janitor is determined not to waste the sweetness of that service on the desert air I like to see people ransacking the four corners of their purses in search of a copper to throw into the mission ary collection it shows that they practice economy as well as benevo lenceI to see people absorbed in far off contemplation and fail to observe the collection basket as it passes it shows that they are thinking of the poor heathen who dont take up col lectionsI to see people goto sleep in church A church with sound sleep eis is likely to be an unmovable church But if it does not blow over it ought to be blown up By Itt Sentinel RECTOR OF ST LUKES Asbbiiriiliara Ontario Tuttle to the Good Qualities offliaM- lalus Cough Remedy Ashburnham Ont April 18 1903 1 think it is only right that 1 should tell you what a wonderful effect Cham berlaius Cough Remedy has produced The day Defore Easter I was so with a cold and cough that I did not think to be able to take any duties the next day as my voice was almost choked by tbe 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 medi cine To my great relief the cough and cold bad 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 1 make this testimo nial without solicitation being thank ful 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 Windows of the Mind If the windows of your mind are thrown wide to the sunlight there is no place for the darkness If they are thrown wide to good cheer there is no room for sadness If they are opened sweet thoughts there is no quarter for the bitterIf are bright with hope there is no lurking spot for despair if they are bright with courage there is no harborage for fear If they are filled with tranquility and peace there is no room for dlscon tentIf they are filled with sweet temper there is no place for anger If they are filled witn tenderness and sympa thy there is no shelter for sweet re vengeIf are filled with gratitude there is no place for benefits forgot If they are filled with the milk of human kindness there is no room or refuge for ill will Ex When you want a pleasant purgative try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no nausea griping or other disagreeble effect For sale at Frisbles Drug Store 1m Ten room two story brick house in good repair On Danville street half a block from public square suitable for boarding house Apply to Eliza L Anderson Lancaster Ky or J M Grand 8th and Jefferson sts Waco Texas 1118tf FOXTHCE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share bolder of The Citizens National Tuesday January 10th 1905 for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing BF HUDSON Cashier Electionx Notice raiders of the National Bank of LatMftster K tt Its bank building between lMwraem a director o serve tlwewwla je w are have Better latetban upright preacherWinchester distressed t o I For Rent FRIDAY C There will bei gas Bank on yess- t election held by theMeck the a endit a e Thesday Jassary 31IISS ii elect lye ee7wI4 icJKM3IYosltk1 t f n A K 1 r 00 mHerndon G B Bwlnebroud Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store M COY R G GUYN JB WOODS FISH D L FRY B L ARNOLD J 8 nznEroRs BURROWS- W C K L WOODS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuahty Insurance II DOLLARB Presldeet Leo J VAN LAHR B W JEWELL Vice Presidents ONLY ONE I a If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you may be Any sum from 1 to 5000 will be accepted J 3 100 YID Bunk CoP1Oi1llI Ts1 See Our NewBooklet The Providence Savings Bank and Trust Co Cincinnati have separate department for each branch of their business A Bond Department for the purchase and sale of investments a Real Estate Department Safe De posit Box Department General Department and a special depart ment handling deposits of outoftown people It Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAKD CIRCUIT CounT W A Arnold as Guardian of Mary Arnold Puff vs Mary Arnold Deft By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action at the term 1904 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY Dec 26 1904 publicly before the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described real property situ ated in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of Gilberts Creek and known in the division and allotment in the case of E W Arnold against J II Arnold c Garrard Circuit Court as lot No 2 said lot No 2 is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake at a hedge fence in line to 0 B Perkins and corner to lot No 1 formerly Allie Arncld thence with Perkins line N 21 ir 46 chains to a stake corner to same in line to Jno S Gill tract at a water gate and on East side of the Gill branch a prong of Gilberts Creek now in line to Dave Thompson thence with Thompsons lines 84 w 25 links to the middle of said branch thence down said branch with the middle thereof with its meanders s 421 w 1650 chains N 85 w 3 25 chains s 31 w 350 chains to a stake on said branch corner to second parcel of lot No 3 formerly Bella Arnold thence with the of same s IE passing corner to same at 2794 chains in all 3150 chains to a stake in line to lot No 4 formerly E W Arnold thence his 1680 chains to the beginning containing sixty three acres This land Lot No 2 has a passway 15 feet wide on lot No 1 in said division and allotment in the aforesaid se of E W vs J H Arnold ci the said runs along the Western boundary of said Lot No 1 and extends from said Lot No 2 out to the public road on Gilberts Cjeek Lot No 3 in said di vision and allotment in said case of E W Arnold vs J H Arnold c has a passway 15 feet wide and along the Western boundary of this Lot No 2 TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with good se the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution issue if bond are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We call for your work 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky LancasterKentucky Agent Banking November 89l u c purchaserfor will JqLAUNDRY H T LOGAN k 7 4 ti line- S r M M IERCE- S1iWer DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS YOUThe 100 bottle 2i4 tlmethe trial which sells for 50 cents qPREP ED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF ILLFor z cuRE WHAT EATS ccntahs sin Office ons store Danville st ot SBEAzrxy G CFARIS 1 Beazley Paris 1 j over Thomp ooooc- w Dentisetn- i i E Prest WC FishVice Prest WG PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK 16ooooo SURPLUS 400000 I L Woods Kemp Cash I CAPITAL Commenced Business July 19O1 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us BAlING III MALL Sent on Application All acaounts In this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the Inter est Is added January and July and compounded of Commerce Bldg Cincinnati O siTue 8U1nIJS BUIL X Co Chamber ovM1 TthsL The Urtest Yisldn VVfl Oats Grown As hardy as wheat If sown early Not attacked with fly or rust Stand up well Afford the finest Fall Winter and Sprint pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per acre of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives information about the best seeds for Fall sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rape 1000 Headed Kale Grass Clover and Vegetable Seeds Our trademark brand Blue Rbbon Seeds are the highest quality obtainable Write lor Large Free Catalog No 55 WOOD STUBSS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY I Haas Hog REMEDY Scariest Gnin Finest Qualiy Alfalfa f w As a Cure Us a Fattener As a Preventative Cash paid for all that die fed this remedy Gallon F P FRISB1E druggist for tree book and full particulars DOMESTIC bogs hen V Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used bv mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialty Either Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark JKindly mention this paper i t N j Mother Ue Careful of the hcaliu of your ltt e children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whoopiug Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by It E McKoberts Jm A Ileunaut Pill Xo Pill is pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers De Witts Little Early Risers arc so mild that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people they are the best liver pill ever sold Sold by R E 5Iclloberts im No 3Iore 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 My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dy spepsia Cure was recommended and I used a few bottles of it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Noway with hopes of getting some relief dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has dune me any good and I heartily recommend it Every person sulfuring with Indigestion or should use it Sold by R E Mc Roberts lm- Iletvure of Counter clt 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 should keep it as it is an 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 Fl nally i was persuaded to try DeWitts Salve which has complete Iy cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by R E I AND CURE THE UiMCS Ws3E 35S 3S BBK23BfR I t r as tsa twentyyears andit doctored but Ko Dyspepsia 11 lily invaluable always Witch Hazel IMeltoberts lm KILL HE COUCH WITH Drg Kings r New j FOR CONSUMPTION Price SOcSIOO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK STUFFY COLDS QUICKLY CURED BY Foleys Honey and TarThere is no case on record of a in Pneumonia or lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and lungsFoleys Tar has cases incipient Consumption and even the last stages always give comfort and relief Foleys Honey and Tar gives to sufferers as it relieves the difficult breath ing at once cost you same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparationContains no opiates Curd f Tirriblo Cough an Lungs- N Jackson of Danville 111 writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Co Dana Ind and Tar cured me of Consumption after I had suffered two years and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from first dose am now sound and well and think Foleys and Tar is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung Trots Yours very truly MRS Three 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle al most six times as much SKI AH ftECUUEHKB IY For sale by CC J E Stormc HOARSE COUGHS I d coldresulting nameFoleysHoney CsRswmptlM Cured GentlemenFoleys 1 MARYAMBROSE tsizes25c S rol andonehalf S 4 1 i t C 3 4a i r t The Central Record SUPPLEMENT i Lxiiiter Ky Friday Dec 9 1904 PRIMITIVE JUSTICE Judge Wn Policeman Court Bailiff But Decorum Strictly Observed That reminds me of a judge I once knew over here In a coast town said the old codger to a New Orleans TimesDemocrat writer and he was without doubt one of the most unique and startlingly original men who ever wore the ermine The judge held court at a popular resort on the coast now one of the most thriving and prosper ous communities in the lower section of Mississippi At the time I have in mind however the area of the town was not much larger than an ordinary building lot But the judge was a big man just the same felt his importance as a functionary in one of the great branches of the government and wielded the gavel with a grace and dignity worthy of the ermine in its palmiest days There was an Irishman in the com munity who was in the habit of drunk every time he was paid off He was always arrested locked up and tried by the judge The judge was his friend The feeling was mutual What law the judge did not know from Mikes of looking at it had not yet been written Mike was thrown into the calaboose one night He was arrested by his friend the judge The judge had special authority to make arrests because of the scarcity of men in that section at the time The next morning the judge went down to the calaboose after the prisoner and him up to the courtroom a small room about the size of a box car with one little table in it a chair and the judges perch The judge crawled up on his perch Mr Bailiff open said the judge solemnly Oh yez Oh yez this honorable court is now open to adjournment said the judge who was also the court crier Michael OGrady drunk disorderly disturbing the peace resisting an officer using profane language and assault with in tent to batter said the judge Bring the prisoner around Mr Bailiff Mike shambled around to where he could face the judge Guilty or not asked the Judge Not guilty yer honor said Mike Discharged said the judge That completed the and court was adjourned in the usual formal way Mike and the judge who were the only members in the court room walked out arm in arm 01 have the price uv a drink said Mike Well 3 it said the judge and so they Old NO TERRORS IN 13 FOR HIM Soldier Who Had Been Up the Whole Scoffed at Thirteen army recruits filed into tho United States recruiting station in Smithfield street one morning recently and prepared to take the oath of service News had arrived that two regiments would be sent to guard Americas new ward in Panama and the rookies were anxious for the winter trip to the says a Pittsburg report One by they solemnly swore to protect United States in peace and war to obey their superiors and fulfill all the ex ercises of the national arms They were promising soldiers The twelfth man had taken the oath and was instructed to report at the post at Columbus Ohio The recruit hesitated He was George Y Wilson and had superstitions the fatal number No sir I wont be sworn he Why Id get shot the very first I skirmish None o your 13 business IE j mine I know a fellow who enlisted thirteenth in his company in the Spat ish war and he was put in the guard house the same night He was shot shortly afterward No sir Im not any hoodoo like that but Ill go in a jiffy No extra applicant was at hand and the wouldbe fighter went back to his job James E Power an old regular army veteran listened to the rookies expostulations with loud hahas Oh fudge he exclaimed Why Its part of a fellows nerve to buck the hoodoo I was born on the 13th of and enlisted on the 13th of May In the Thirteenth battery of the heavy ar tillery after walking 13 miles to the re cruiting office in Thirteenth New York I traveled 1300 miles to Kansas and was the thirteenth man to board the train At Des Moines Iowa we collided with a cattle train and killed 13 steers After 13 hours delay we got started and I was the thirteenth man assigned to my company The thirteenth man In battle is ther latest one in the field He cant get hit 13 shots are coming at him at the same moment Besides he always wears a rabbits foot for luck a Bible over his heart and his canteen around his stomach A bullet directed at him either strikes a piece of metal or a pack of cards and the hoodoo is worthless Its the luckyborn namby pambys who tell of hard luck In the army Proving It Eleanor I detest Elizabeth She most disagreeable girl I ever knew Winifred I have very little acquain tance with her The less you have to do with her better you will like her Well so long I must be traveling Where are you going Oh Im going over to Elizabeths to her to my City onraaL Bad About HIM Chaffy I think this la a real rude Helen Why 10 1 sent the man out to vote for me lection day and they would not let him lo it Chelsea Gazette Sllffbtfjr Involve Dont you of society people are very non BensicaJ Sometimes Miss but not as nonsensical TaaiusemeHts of those people who themselves by imagining how people amuse themselves1 I j r titr 1 getting way l escorted court pursuant guilty docket t U Combination I trop- Ics military thirteenth regard- Ing declared buck- Ing fourteenth I i August street lathe the partyKansas Too 1 t I f VII utIle f 80 Y I I t Crier Was t F 1 di A i 5 Again it- t j unless r I h invite country F Iico d think the amusements many answered ease 3 t mouse y iWaebiagtoa 8tu- 4 js ifbii g Y Wes vt the A BOON TO HOUSEWIVES Variety in China Service Makes It aa Ka r Matter Broke Pieces China in stock sets is one of the the present day The increasing prevalence of the course and the practice of using several va rieties of china for its service is responsible the change A who some years ago purchased a handsome dinner set now feels that If she used it alone she would make a poor showing before her guests reports the Washington Star Different plates are used for different courses The service plates are of par ticularly fine china The plates for the meat course are of a simpler and more substantial design than those for the dessert and the afterdinner coffee is served in cups as delicate as can be found In the larger establishments dinner is served from the butlers pan try Many of the dishes used in a sim pler menage where the roast and its accompaniments are placed on the are not required in the former case The needs of the different housekeepers are as varied as the houses in which they liveIt is no more expensive to have different china than to have all the pieces alike Open sets have made this possible Within the last five years these have increased in size and number Now there is practically no style of china that cannot be bought in open stock A set of china which the merchant keeps on hand and from which his cur tcmer makes her selections is much complete than the one he would have formerly sold her entire He is pre pared to suit all tastes and meet all needs He has teapots in all sizes pots equally varied and sugar bowls and creameries to match A with a large small or medium family finds exactly the set size she requires If ltr family increases she is able to Increase her number of pieces and to obtain the larger sizes It is also possible to replace any piece of china The housekeeper is not as in the old days heartbroken over the loss of a dish It can easily be duplicated There are open sets not only in the fine china but n the pottery In this less expensive ware are delightful re productions of oldtime dark blue with quaint little low teapots sugar bowls and creamers The pottery in lighter colors in pinks and in pinks and greens combined has something of the art nouveau designs They are pleasing even if they have not quite the charm ol the reproductions HOW TO TREAT CHILBLAINS When Taken la the Early Stage They Hay Be Easily Arrested and Cured A chilblain is a disorder of the deeper skin and is due to alterations In the local blood circulation The simplest form of chilblain is nothing more than a congestion of the capillai rles the circulation being congested by blocking in one or two of these vea sels The degree of severity is in to the number of the vessels involved says American Queen The sensation is an irritative itcb ing Often a blister is formed as a result of friction but so far there J3 no inflammation The white cells of the blood migrate from the vessels as water drops from a porous pipe The highest degree of severity is suppura tive inflammation or the formation of pus Rupture of a chilblain Is not dangerous but the greatest care should be exerted to prevent a bad sore which is likely to follow a ruptured skin Chilblains are not peculiar to the feet alone They may appear on any part of the body They are seldom seen on parts of the body where the circulation is good They usually ap pear on the ears hands feet and nose As has been said before the cause of chilblains is due to bad circulation other causes are deficient exercise or insufficiently warm clothing In a mild state the trouble may be arrested by friction with cold or snow which frees the congested vessels On the contrary an early stage of chilblain can be successfully treated by gradual heating the afflicted part in cold water and allow the temperature to rise slowly either by adding boiling water or by a lamp below the tub until 4 high degree is reached that is until the water is as hot as can be borne Avoid a sudden lowering of the body as soon as the part is removed from the water When a chilblain Is of long a very good treatment is as Capsicum or camphor for the circulation a soothing plication as menthol cocaine op opium contraction of dilated vessels by belladonna Some authorities prescribe a decoction of walnut leaves for application in the early stages Walnut leaves made into a paste with hot water are used with success for ulcerated chilblains lodoform nap thol and vaseline in equal parts make an ointment that is considered for chronic forms of the dsorder Chicken Cut the chicken into nine pieces ando boil about hajf tender then add fix mediumsized sweet potatoes peeled and cut in halves When done place tbe pieces of chicken and the potatoes alter nately In a shallow baking dish lire J with a biscuit crust Season with pep per and salt bits of butter and the broth from the chicken and Cover with crust gash the top and bake Country To Stretch a Shoe If a shoe pinches Jn any particular place wring a cloth out of very hot water and lay It across the boot while it is on the foot The leather will then and the boot wilt become easy to The Real Thing I net a young lady the other day said the bachelor who claims to be a mind reader Huh Thats nothing rejoined tile married man My wife is a mind epeaker Cincinnati Enquirer Flea AH Agitator What this i compulsory arbitration Teacher And cbvpvlMry dvcatioa Preacher Aad cosap ry nfllgJop OU Maid a 4 o t alsorytoT to Replace convenienceS dinner for woman table several kinds of chocolate woman proportion water I I I stand- Ing follows restoring lip as excellent Pie with Sweet Potatoes potatoes expand wear tL4H1iiI i largely Place How yneede Yes c B HIS SPORTING ELOOD SI In Tows for m Good Tire and He Lugged OnV a Great a a Spender When Si Foot to town with his wallet filled almost to bursting he brought along a relentless desire to open things cut a wide swath and plow deep long furrow if it took every cent he earned binding oats says the New York Press Si doesnt care a copper cent what the ost is when he begins to whoop her up He began to hone a fine edge to his as he stepped up to the soda foun tain and gave his order in a deep basso prdfundo tone Koke koler an make the durn eye dazzler strong nuff ter stan lone Im goin ter staf the dum ball rollin wuth a whiz bgosh When the insidious beverage began work he went to a clothing store and hustled the boys up A pair o them London turnmeups wuth a hem he ordered A dicky coat wuth tails short nuff ter show the new spenders I bought at the Boonville far A kollar wuth birds all over an a Penile dicer thatll peep A cane wuth a bulldogs head on top as big as my doubled fists ye got to set a feller o my style an figger off Arrayed as Solomon never dreamed of Si leaned against the hitching post on the square and had his picture taken talked to the childKn and wondered if they knew what a load of scads he had had blown in As the shadows fell he turned homeward with his pockets bulg with peanuts and gum and when the lank form passed around the corner the wail of Down Where the Wurzburger Flows trailing behind him Si had a great that will do him until circus time comes around again HE COULDNT FORGET Present on Kin ThirtySecond Birth day Indelibly Impressed the Event Ill never forget my thirtysecond birthday in New York said an old res ident meditatively relates the New York Times Was it a joyful one asked the young man who was lounging about the club as if time hung heavy on his hands I Joyful exclaimed the old resident i Thats no name for it at all It was I downright lively I thinly my wife real ized afterward that she rather overdid the matter Tried to surprise you did she She not only tried to but she Mip ceeded You see she always was an en thusiast in everything she undertook Bankrupted you in getting you pre ents I suppose suggested the young man Well not exactly returned the old resident reflectively but her presents came very near bankrupting me later i However they are a good deal of com fort to me now so that I cant say I re gret it Now ejaculated the young man po you to say that you still have themCertainly And how long ago was this thirty second birthday Twenty years Twenty years Thats a long time to keep a birthday present Two of cprrected the old rest dent quickly May I ask what they were inr qulred the young man otter a pause both girls re plied the old resident I SMALL COAT COLLARS Are Once More In Favor on Ladle Jackets What Is Modish In Fars The little coat collars that for severalI seasons have been absent from jackets are coming back again and are often of velvet A fancy edge of some sort adds to these pn of the bolero the collar is npt than an inch and a half deep and disappears in in others it is deeper and turns into fevers in front says a fashion Reverdble fronts have apparently quite gone out although one cannot an sorer for their speedy reappearance Some boleros look smart with inserted vests buttoned to the throat and ing only a linen collar This is rather a new idea The majority of the bo leros close invisibly and some of these a trimming about the shoulder running down the frpnt like a vest In furs the scarfs will be modish They are these for the watering places in silk muslin edged trimmed with fur A charm ing is of white de sole with the ends laid in deep witlj narrow lines of ermine laid between the tucks and ermine The fur are getting new ideas in wraps for the winter They are less stiff than when the model was first introduced either the fur is made in some fashion or the lining is better cut Whatever the difference scarf Is of ermine with a border pf zibeline and zibeline tails making a fringe at the ends which are cut into points A great many garments made up of moleskin is tp be the fashionable fur this winter Bralied Breact of Veal a breast of veal season with salt Bpd pepper stuff with a simple bread dressing flavored onion parsley and sweet herbs roll app tie it gashing the skin several times Make a bed of sliced carrot and onion with a little or in the bottom of the braising pan the veal upon It with carrot and onion on top and cover tightly Baste occasionally with dripping adding a little water when necessary When thee meat is done force vegetables through a fine fjeve and arrange n a narrow border around the meat Brown Bonk HH anTaneSunday Bcfeool Teacherr Whaf J your name my lad Small Zebedee lpihJones Teacher And who gave you that Small BeyerPap doggone him am Im tee the stuffin outer him for It I jnrpwed Am OpttmUt AltaM Jfffi t No 8 JIB and grins M r d rsthsiuu t vekl F t E Was a hilarity anan any thin ling blowoutone I I Heavens I Certainlytwins much front show have e out theses al1 thinner the BoYS NY t R Reputation came had loud That mean them 5 some pore authority making zip scald tacks border nets the pfthese are which done With stock water Lay rife agate a Bola a llfa4k whet get T1 ee Papa vets Because It wean ttwins t to W v RING IS THE NEW Without Fruitless Regrets for tits Past Avail of Whatever Resources You May Have Last week It was Ring out the Old now it is Ring In the New In a sense we put the old behind with deeper significance says Christian Work we confront the new For most 6f us tht Bible holds certain texts which are pi votal texts around which many mean ings strengthenings pithy and fruitful are clustered One of these is the Pauline injunction Forgetting the things which are behind we press forward In some relations of course we are not in need of the reminder to forget the things which are behind We are very eager to let the old year go though It has in the main been a friend to us coming to our doors full handed and leaving good gifts but kind as it has been we are all from the grayhaired man to the toddling child charmed to offer the New Years greeting to friend and kinsman The old year was marred by mistakes was brimmed with mercies was profaned by sins was hallowed by pardon was full of struggle was sweet with peace a year of work a year of rest a year of opportunity a year of grace It had the same sharp contrasts the same glad surprises the same check ered course which every one of our years has had We ought to be at least in a little regretful as its last sands run out but we are the reverse Every throb of our hearts is hopeful hopeful that the New Year will bring us good fortune greater success a wider hori zon a firmer standingground- And if we are so fortunate as to be able to begin the year with no hamper Ing debts no morbid griefs and no memories we are right in facing life cheerily In setting our eyes bravely the mark In pressing onward Right we are whatever the situation n meeting it cheerily Of all things de pressing disheartening the burden of disheartening and chilling memory is the most onerous The discouraged per son has no stresgth tp look forward Melancholy not only arrests progress it really palsies the fpot that would go Among the most unproductive mental exercises are those which spend energy Imperatively needed for present action in vain breedings and futile for mistakes of the past Even for sin wilful and heinous the Lord not exact at our hands a neverceasing course of sackcloth asd ashes He us repent and be done with It repent and begin again While we are the coward Ice of yesterday we might if we would be up and doing retrieve the lost field and drive the anemy from his position While we mourn over we might have dyne another less disposed to the weakness pf selfre proach steps into our vacant place and performs some deed of valor inaugu rates some worthy enterprise Vse the power to seize on whatever tool lies next to you avail yourself of whatever resources are presented first and fruitless regrets go on toward The busy have no time If the New Year hope is to blossom into New Year results of joy and we must see to it that we keep OUT resplution to ourselves as faithfully as we are expected to keep our promises tc others We must see to it that a spirit of kindness is behind our purposes and impulses To lay an ungentle touch an aching wound is always most ungracious So deep and sincere is our sympathy the thousands who can ineet the New Year with composure because pf the Iqngjng for the vanished hand and their yearning for the sound Of the voice that is still that we to remind them that there is forgetting our grief riot Jn our dead in a sense profoundly sweet and helpful they with us when they are out of sight If they and we are Christs But to indulge in a luxury of woe to the manifest detriment of interests which require our utmost strength and attention to so lament the dead that we are neglect of the driving them from us by our and indifference If more than fouJsh it is wicked and un apd unwprthy of a man or woman While the New Year cannot return what the old year took away It can and does accentuate fact that we are nearer The bound of lire Where we lay our burdens down It reminds us that soon we shall have passed where beyond these voices there is peace Shall we not look to reunion rather than sigh bit terly over lost pleasures and ovet Interrupted communion goRingAw VnproBtable Job As unprofitable a thing as we can well do is tomake people over in our thoughts Why doesnt she doesnt she do that can he reel as he does Why will he do so Thus our poor brains run on and on waistlng pre cious energy dissipating nerve force clouding worthy resolves and endeavors And the result is only to make ourselves miserable Would it be an advantage to you or to me to have our friends or ac quaintances consider us or our doings in tills Then should we as kssly our mental and stock in trade are individual ities and individualities Each one must work out his destiny in his own way Perhaps it is a different way from we should choose but not necessarily the better one fcfit us say helpful prd if we ap set the helpful example and thepbe content to pursue the pf our way our minds may seem the vagaries or others but which after al may beneed ful for the working out of their life Surely we can some to Gpd PhlladeJphia I 0 cc was sentiment bitter toward nd forward penitence doe bid bemoaning sr without conquest for gladness With not hesI- tate forgetting bide livi coldness the forward WRingnu l thiswhy physical thatdoes the at problems leave Yourself what tars upon gra- In mere grateful Christi weep do How why bankrupt There tone even undisturbed wh limitations thins Young People r et aft h I J ffl glnOtllpl qltq tnUVO IN 111 jl1JUL 3lullIlno z 1 1IIJL P1l1l ilJtt3 1eU tea l1lTl1 d l1fi01fein 11 1 I9n 9 M i t ai9nMih1a91 pnsuRiiaAelaaaIryi X0 pin Daaaewtn qt91 78g1 Io op t4 lasitfaTV 7e t p n itlYAlattte Mau1- Jssoy esapq lsJ rye r hr i r1 1x a11 R OM mac ti t From Tae Ashes Baltimore Fannys Experience Polara Borrt to Res b iits ofLaHcastcr The visitors of Baltimore today scarcely realizes that less than a year ago the city was almost des troyed by a memorable fire A similar comparison might be made by George VY Nally one the lead ing citizens of Baltimore as to the change in his own looks A short time ago Mr Nallv writing front his home address 22i3 Barclay St says I have been troubled for years with ca tarrh and had resorted to all reme dies that could be thought of My wife was also afflicted with 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 ol 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 tht money in case it does not benefit A complete outfit costs one dollar the extra bottles are but fifty cents Ask to see the strong guarantee under which Hyome is sold Mrs Carltons Wonderful Story Maine Womans Tlirllllug Exper gears Duplicate In Lancaster There are of families in Lancaster and near by towns who will read with interest the wonder of Mrs A L Carl ton one of the best known wom en in Rockland Me Mrs Carlton says I suffered with stomach trouble fpr eight years growing worse all Three of tIlt best doctors in Maine diagnose my case as cancer of the stomacl and declared I could not live twt months Utterly discouraged wit their treatment I began using mi ona and commenced to gain once At this time I was reduce to almost skin and bones as I har lost nealyr oo pounds during my sickness but when I began to tak Miona my flesh was built up an I gained 22 pounds the firs month I have only six pack ages of these wonderful tablets but my health is about restored anc I firmly believe that Miona saved my life R E McRoberts is local agent for Miona which for 50 cent a box and offer it under persona guarantee that if it does not cun the worst form of stomach troubl disorders the v 11 be refunded R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna PalatineNational Hartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob British Merchautile- eitnaLifeIiioCQjfEartforiCopi Special Notice On account of toy not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home to all residepts of Garrard Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the office at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Amalgam and White 50c Large Amalgam and White 75c Gold Fillings 1 and Up Gold Crowns 4 large The best set of teeth that can be made 6 I anj using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR Richmond Ky TELEPHONE No As piy of MILLINERY is now very low I will sell what I have AT COST for the next thirty days Come and seethe bargains before buy treatments sores fullexperience a t ken sells andresulting FolloWlllU Gompanial Ill Extracted25c I i 5 VH HOBSON Dent e 0l tfto atone e resell ill t stock n Jno t u t 1 f GIESAND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT LowRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 I A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier- J F Robinson R T Emtry BooKkeep i DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jan E Stormes W H Kinnaird To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and 5rjantsville LEWIS Y LEAVELI President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 GO SOUTHWEST The GIT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY AssH Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson nrrnr urnrurn Prices BrosUUUiUU UU1JUJU AUU UUUdU4U OQ I493 t 0 0 t AsSt Cashr io 2 2 o Equipped Banl Th BanIof Br9dntsv lI lentuc19 t t t I jJ J Walker T 11 Arnold Ii I q Is I itfi1f11111f liillf iiflif iii ihlifIlflilllf fliflfllf ilfm l11JU11Ir11J11 1 Iuuuiuu u OO O On0 70N 000i000 Ov000v 00000o00A0O n v 9 o tt 4 a aooo ooomoao oc o ooooo ooocJo oc ooooomd 4 bell tiff 1tfltttftfll t 1 N fr 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 of momentum later I I j withelement Let us give you the details of this new countrys rapid your chance to grow up with it Illustrated literature tree It I I II growthand f I i i Rates Southwest Cut Almost lu Two Dec 6 and 20 190dJa 3 aiJ 171905 CEO H LEE G f A Little RocK ArkuiiBHfiH I McGUIRE Disc Pass Agt Cincinnati IOhioOHN SEBASTIAN Trat Mgr Chicago HIPars r NEW II- ST YltES createdevery week we keep Ribt Up To Theljnnta and have adies H adw ar in orreot3tyles 10in t9 l tt e arc but everything in Call andsee p- saruel Store Miss ADA DkZBRSON 4 Special Announcement We call especial attention to our present stock of Frettj Hats and cordially invite the ladies to come and get pne of the handsome stylish hats we are nQW showing while our stock is large Goods Every Day- Yourpatronage appreciated d SallIe O T i ef KKK t- eA Received oooo a fir 4 I J fir Our haiibsoiiic line ol Xmas Goods are complete and uptodate as demonstrated by our sales for the past week quantity and quality for price Be sure and see our window display one of which represents a Par lor a Library and a Heal Hooni furnished complete from the pictures oil tile wall to the rugs SOl tile floor and curtails tor the wiaadows represent ing complete b th rooms 165OO worth of goods which we will set np in your for CASH Now if you are contemplating matrimony or have already married why not take advantage of this grand offer and make man wife friend relative or yourself a Xmas present which is useful as well as ornamental TIEIIESIE OUTS SUITE which we have always sold for and is 1650 Cash During the Holidays 2ff tc And A HAPPY NEW YEAR i Jf t t rtt Jfl f Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf 1f Read These Bargain Offers lie Douse 14000 w a 4 REPRESENT A 1850 L I r t v w Handsome Oak French plate mirror roll foot to bed etcI This IronJ I was 850 now 6OO cash I in six colors Light and Dark Green Blue Maroon Cream and I White I r l Besides the foregoing we have a complete stock of Dining Parlor Reed Leather and Rocking chairs of every description Centre Dining Library and Kitchen tables Chiffoniers Odd Dressers Folding Beds Couches Sideboards and in fact everything that goes to make up a complete line of furniture Hall and stand Lamps on display in our window Carpets Rugs and some Matting which we will sell very very cheap Comforts Blankets Featehr Pillows etc etc etc If you dont believe we can treaty ou right in prices quality ect call and v HAMILTOM Ro rT1T gtit EJc3 N i t f I C 1 y see S t1- y Y 3 r