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TIlE CENTB HECOBB ttFTEBSXH TEAS LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1904 i J A 1 ct c jj 11 1 r sr- k 1 I XUM3MR3 Local Notes County I am bound to make a final settle ment as Sheriff on January 1st 1905 and all those owing me taxes for 1904 will please call and settle at once and by so doing will save cost and trouble Yours sincerely W L Lawson 12 16 if Sheriff Garrard County County court day falls on tne 25th a legal holiday Dont forget this 3t Remember that county court day 26 falls on a holiday and the banks will be closed 3t In a fight at a negro church near Lowell Sunday Will Bassett and Jim Mitchell were killee and Chas Embry wounded All negroes The Mite Society of the church will give a pie supper on the evening of the 3oth Full partic ulars in next issue of The Record Highly Enjoyed t The lecture given in Marsonic Hall by Rev C M Chumbley was listened to by a good sized audience and all were greatly pleased and entertained Mr Chumbley who is one of the best posted ministers in this section is fine on the platform possessing in addition to his scholarly attainments a keen sense of humor which make his talks exceedingly entertaining Will Move to Mississippi Mr Arch Walker has decided to move to Mississippi and advertised sale of all his personal property foi Tuesday the 20th at which time lit will sell some cows calves and horses and everything to be found on a first class farm The sale will begin at If oclock a m The people of Garrard will regret to learn that Mr Walker has decided to take this step as be long residence and prominence in Gar rard has endeared him to our people Firework Christmas The City Council will premit the shooting of Roman Candes popcrack ers and sky rockets for a few hours the Saturday night before Christmas They had as well premit it for the past two or three years it has been done with impunity The trouble is caused by the use of pistols and The Record trusts that a few fellows will be landed in jail if it is done this time Several of the best buildings in town were bidley damaged in this way last year There is great danger of being hit by a pistol ball This would make no difference if it were the right fellow butsome good man may be hurt To The Unpaid Garrard t0 h r J r TaxPayers of Presbyterian someone enterprising i r Mr Hugh Sargeant family of left last week for their new home inOwensboro Mr Sargeant is a good citizen and will be greatly missed Former Lancaster Mata Th s Douglass who resided in Lan caster some years ago died of lockjaw at Danville last week He was a carpenter and stepped on a He is wellremembered by older citizens of Lancaster Banks Closed Monday the 26 being a legal holi day the banks will be closed This is also court day and we call attention of the people to the fact that no can be transacted that is no le gal transactions can be had They will be closed on the following Mon day Jim 1 3t Bible Society The Garrard County Bible Society will convene at the Biptist church next Sunday evening at 7 oclock This Is organization in which every Christian in Garrard county should take an active interest and do all in their power to sustain and help It is doing a world of good by putting the scriptures in the hands of those un able to buy Attend this meeting and if the hat is passed dont fish to the bottom of your breeches pocket to find a copper or a nickle to drop in Dr Walker to Leave We regret to note that Dr F M Walker of Paint Lick will move to Louisville in a few days to take a postgraduate course in several of his profession He has been lo cated at Paint Lick for quite a while IUd by his affable manners close at tendon to Business and skill as aphysi can built up a lucrative practice His many friends trust that he will re turn to the good old town of Paint Lick Willie Darst Killed Willie P Darst of Stanford who ran as flagman on the K C passenger trains for some time was killed by the cars on the Northern Pacific near Eholt B C last week He went out West last summer and accepted a po sition as brakeman on the above named road He was wellknown in railroad circles and had many friends He was an intelligent obliging and polite young gentleman and a great favorite He was the only son of Mr and Mrs J D Darst of Stanford TO ADVERTISERS Advertisements WILL NOT be changed unless copy is in office early in the week Please remember Preache sville business an branches I and nail t What about a membership in the W U Library for a Christmas present to your friend New books ordered all the time Cost only 1 a year Library opened every Tuesday night for exchange of books if Roosted In The Cliffs The freight train that was recently wrecked near High Bridge was loaded with chickens turkeys ducks geese and lumber Hundreds of the fowls got out of the bursted coops and are now roosting in the cliffs Many got meat enough to last them sev eral days and we are told that one man got 210 dozen eggs that many out of escaped being broken Harrodsburg Herald The The general iuipressipii among farm ers seems to be that the rains of last week have materially helped the pros pects for wheat next year While there are some people who still fear that the long drouth has ruined theheatcrop the majority of those who have conditions are of the opinion that the prospects have been greatly improved by the rain although the amount of moisture which the ground received was very small Another con dition which is regarded as favorable to the wheat is that while before the rain fell but little had sprouted an examination below the surface shows that the roots are growing heartily and that the grains are still alive A Close Call evening about 730 some in Beazleys undertaking establishment noticed a big blaze in the dental office of Dr Faris across the street and ruunsng to the build ing found a little negro boy battling with flames which had by this time burned the paper off one wall and part of the ceiling The boy had car ried a lamp into a small room adjoin ing the large front room and in look lug for a bath tub overturned tbe lamp which exploded A can of and a can of coal oil were sitting near and had it not been for timely and hard work these would have and possible the entire bloek consumed The little cegro showed his pluck by remaining and fighting the fire his shoes and stockings being ruined by the flames It was indeed a close call and we venture that it will be a long time before Doc Faris makes preparations for another bath t t BANKS TO CLOSE Monday the 26th i s County Court day but being a legal holi day the Banks will be closed CrT thousan Wheat tlook gentlemen f I t t people investigated gasoline exploded r complete line of Holiday Goods for Gentlemen is now on display and we have extra sales men to assist our customers in making their selections Our showing of Neckwear Suspenders HandkerV chiefs and Gloves is we believe the best in Lancaster and represents the very newest ideas in haberdashery We are doing a large Holiday business simply because at this time as other tim3S during the year we adhere strictly to popular prices Take our entire line of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods We challenge any competition to produce anything that will excel them in style and price i III CHRISTMAS GOODS tOurI I I I Mufflers i f I III r Terms Strictly Qapf II T LOA I J h t J i t t l l MM Vk M r I o- t p quality f s y tx A SPECIAL I OF THE Central Record Illustrating the History Present Progress and Future of Gar rard County PICTURAl Development JOS B BORDERS Special Edition Editor We have secured the services of Mr Jos B Borders special edition editor this class and an artist in his line who has the personal supervision of work He makes this class of work a specialty and has established a in this line He has distinguished himself as a special artist for some the large metroplitan papers as a special correspondent to foreign countries also a war correspondent in Cuba during the SpanishAmerican war Making itpossible for the great dailies he represented to give accurate description illustrations of prominent events and now this well equipped artist picture in words sketches ana photographs agricultural historical and in highly recommended in person and press clip pings Any favors shown him will be appreciated Mr Borders or others this office will call upon you in the near future and ask you to take a space this edition If we do not see you call at this office We will spare no time money or pains to make this edition a work of which every person in county be justly proud PICTURES FREE All the photographs of buildings streets scenes residences farm houses churches etc will be made FREE OF ANY COST our special artist MR BORDERS Carries his own photographic instruments and all pictures himself and they are the best that can be had HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY have the interior or exterior of your store factory residence church or farm PHOTOGRAPHED FREE THE RECORD will issue about January 6tn handsome illustrated edition devoted primarily to Lancaster and Garrard county and set forth claims to recognition of this town and county in the develop ment of which industry education and agriculture have been so factors 5 Paint Lick Bryantsville Buckeye Preachersville McCreary Marksbury Buena and places in the county will be up ip such a ner as to invite investigation attract capital and immigration from other sections and to show the world at large that place to live and succedin grand Old Garrard county is on a par with any other section of the country The features of this Pictorial Edition will be the industrial educational and agricultural that this county possesses above counties 3 The rich productive soil and noncomparable system of irrigation make this county the most fertile farming in the world As a stock raising country this countys boast of its green pastures clear cool streams cool shade of its forests has never been disputed for nowhere In the length and breadth of the land can be found better facilities for raising stock than county Some of the finest that Old Kentucky has ever produced were raised in this county is The Industrial enteipriaes of this town and county will occupy a prom neat place in this mammoth edition We want and industry o be as none can afford to be left put J SJ This edition is not to be confoaJ d with the sup ments of the paw orWajinere advertising sheet it teto be a work of art about 16 pages IB s4 of this of by will dustrialGarrard Becomes of in the by makes CENTRAL 1905a Important man other InGarrard horses I a c Itt 21it 4ttait f- s reputation will will Vista other written asa advantages section fine blooded each every represented i ed piper ecI hy deaIgaeicewj which lprinted on the IneitbotrKk represent the approval taM e la dgraving will bi as a aetfreptrsbe r t4ta brstil rased wieGNelir Holidays are Here and we have a large new line of Xmas Goods arriving daily such as Hand Carved Parlor and Hall Chairs bibrarv Tables 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 PRESENTS Stand Tables Rockers Hugs LampsHouse Slippers Gloves Umbrellas Handkerchiefs Etc R L JENNINGS PAINT LICK KY t L DAVIDSONAttorney haw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business The I HamiltQnUunl p 5 Useful XMAS E E E E E 5 U1U1U1U1UU U1U1U1UUR R J 1 Writing 7 a t mmmmmmmmmmmr a I e i GOODS just received from St Louis and while there 1 purchased a load of Bath Tubs Closets and Lavatories from WorldsrFair buildings These goods are the very best made and we will them for 50 per cent less than new goods arive about Dec 15 See goods and money i s J EoH- ASBLUBN PLffMBINT car r sell Car will the sale STOP Until prices we are making on CLOSING OUT As we have stated before it is our purpose to and wind up our business here as possible and in order to do this we are making special low prices on all classes Merchandise OurMrJ M Logan will leave here on Dec 2 for New Ifrrk where he will engage in We will consider it quite a favor of those who are to v r 1 the firm will call and nettle he leaves this trouble and exiwrise to our cus tomers as well as w r cNr 7 t w Mattin Car 8t quicklyas i before lye f T H ff1 i 4 1 f l l J st ff Yz a fi i rdt i J I r youo r Rux closeout business indebted will save s 4 LoganOy floods t 1 rcN Y z5 u I ir 1Ii r z- t AI l PAINT LICK KY Seethe I islits also the bargains in DRESS GOODS CLOAKS FURS all being closed out at and below cost We are determined to carry no Fall Goods over and will sell at a sacrifice rather than do so You will save money by looking over our stock McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY mmm PRESENTS At Low Prices SEE OUR Coal Vases Brass Fire Sets Burlm Fire Sets Nickel Plated Fire Sets Handsome Line of Carving Knives Silver Plated Knives and Forjcs Tea 4ifd fTartJle SDQonsSJag Bone ibony- lahdJWood Handle Fabte Knives pcrtchester Chafing Dishes Serving fishes Coffee and Tea Pots Cream itq r Water Pitch fbr Knives JRa- r8 Lap Robes and J11U UI UIL 1lUlIl 1 JQ 1- lcWharir I m o j J I I rrrJJ J r o A 1e k 0 nd IJ B YZti c 111 f J dcliit t c f k r L tit s 1 1Wbortw4hthdge a w H1IId4llH r Goodsyy t t t I rotst 1tjN- y i ArcScissors foot Warmers ELDEL M K 3- I i aa JrY 0 Go About People Ne C A BrW MMWMI the Oefa Bt fcyllMM W Arc IB Mr JB Stprmes was in Louisville this Mr Ed Norrte of Richmond was in Sunday Miss Katie Lee Denny has been with friends for a few days Mrs AlleenBoffgs of Richmond has been visiting Mrs J E Stormes Messrs Victor Stone and Bruce are clerking for J C Thompson Mrs Sam Haselden is visiting her mother Mrs Duncan of Nicholasvllle Mrs M F Elkin of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Sam T 8 Elkin Miss Kiem who has been visiting Miss Dickerson has returned to her home in Ohio Miss Jennie Arnold and Mr and Mrs McDeannond of St Louis are here for the winter Mr Joe S Haselden of Louisville was here a few days the guest of his brother J Raymond Messrs J Bruce Lawson Jess Per kins and Tom Chesnutt have returned home from St Louis Mrs C K McGugln and Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside were visitors in Danville the past week Misses Ann Hill and Mary Burnside have positions in R H Batsons store until after the holidays Miss Minnie West and Mr Frank West of Perry vllle have been the family of Mr H A B Marks buryMrs Doty and handsome little Annie son James of Millersburg are the of Mr Alex Doty Rich mond avenue Interior Journal Miss Lillian Leavell of Garrard is with Miss Car penter Miss Mattie Elkin of Lan caster is with Miss Sallle Elkin Mr W 0 Walker and wife spent with his father in Garrad Our old friend A H the tel ephone king has been confined to his bed for a couple of weeks by a severe cold and throat trouble He is able to sit up and the physicians thinks soon be back at his post of duty Mr and Mrs A C Robinson have moved into their new home on street which has lust under gone extensive improvements Mr Robinson Is a Christian gentleman who will make Lancaster a good citi zen The Record extends the right hand of fellowship to Mr Robinson believing that like his brothers be will put his shoulder to the wheel and help move the town along Postleand wife left Friday morning for their home in California They go for the benefit of Mrs Pos tIes health which has not been good for the past year or more and their many friends trust the excellent oil mate will prove beneficial Mr Postle Is a splendid citizen a Christian gen tleman and a man ever ready to do good for those about him The Record trusts that they will return to ter and again make their home with BllllOM Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease a threatened attack may be warded off Hundreds of use the remedy this way with per feet For sale by Frisbies 1m By using a microphone it is possible to hear fly walk The finest human hair is golden and red is the coarsest Be lck Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptons of croup Cham berlalns Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even cough appears will prevent the attack it never and is pleasant and safe to take Tor sale by Frisbies 1m 14 Salter visit- Ing visit- Ing family Bastin Richmond ProfKF us appears people Drug Store a croupy fail et sky awl week town Lawson and Mrs Saturday will Lan success after the DrugStore e s Flowers Ili8tf CutFlowers EdCGalnes 1118 Ward pays 21c for 1118 2 Boarders wanted at Mr UD Simp and Ed C Gaines Pestle Hardware stock at auc tlbrijBvery Saturday at 115 tf Sale or Rent for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney Auction of the Postle Hardware stock Saturday afternoon tf Blankets and Comforts at cost at The Logan Dry Goods Co Ladles ReadytoWear skirts for less than at l 23 The Logan Dry Co Let us fix you up a nice basket of fruits and candies fur your girl 2t See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Home Journal 1021tf Come and pick out your pr let us lay them away for you Frisbies a few and Boys suits and we at great bargains Ward has everything for Xmas Toys for the girls and boys and useful articles for the older ones Remember the Postle Hardware Stock at auction every Saturday 115 p m during December and county court day tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the Smith Currey Agts See our nice line of handkerchiefs mufflers for the holiday trade 12 23 The Logan Drv Goods Co We are closing out our Ladles and Childrens Cloaks for less than cost The Logan Diy Co 1223 tral Kentucky Fribieif Drug Store 122tf find beautiful and new things at our you will not see elsewhere 1213tf Drug Store Fireworks We have license to sell fireworks and will have a large stock at J A Beazleys store on Danville street All kinds at low tf Beazley Burnside We have the nicest line of Rcmntaio Bulb Syringes Hotwater Bottles ever shown befor 99 Frisbies Store You can get a meal at Mr Simpsons boarding house 129tf Day boarders wanted at Mr U D Simpsons Bearding house Richmond street 12 8 tf Candles and fruits at Wards 2t We pay cash for eggs W H Wart 2t Wanted 20 tons of clover hay tf Markbury Son Exchange your etc for Santa Claus at Wards Grocery Dont forget to bring your eggs Grocery when you come to buy goods 2t Remember you can get all the you are looking for at reasons ble prices at Beazleys on Danville street tf When you go to buy your shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their stock they can suit you The operations of this Bank are un der the and inspection of the state Banking department 1148 Bank of Bryantsville Charley Cox Is prepared to sell you of tire works just outside of etc 2t Beazley Burnside will sell you roman candles torpedoes etc at very jow prices leys on Danville street and get the little folks something for Christmas The W C T U Library Is opened ofbooksmembership and thus unable him to literatureThe rGaines tf 1118 Storeroom 12 23 H Ward and tf Dru Store Wehave mens are selling 12 23 The Logan Dry 2t and uptoYou will man s that Frisbie d g Wlndo Glas Let us sell you at Indow glass you win need be r weathe comes Our prices a right 9 9 Frlsb1 s DrugStore 2t to- Wards fireworks winter pikeSee atBeaz Business an dins Ed C eggs sons 12 Carnations The For cost W 122 Misses cold 10 21 do I AM Ready for Business I am prepared t- oGtindyourEomititQlab Meal Also to Crush Corn for Stock in market for HempEtcand me at the old Tobe stand Cpw cheap thatf Any class of rFe oti Tam x n Y the see Try Feed its better needs i 1tk 1 i of Telephone me Orderss will biiive g m Vo rbusi IPi1i T 3 r k We have 25 bbls ofrnloo eail ig ap plea that we wont close out at per bbl Dont miss this chance to get bbl for Xmaa Lancaster Grocery Co We make a specialty of court day dinners meals thru the week and attention to boarders U D Simpsons Richmond street 129 tt Home sewing machine is appropriate and us ful Christmas present Why not give useful See them at J A Beazleys To Sunday Schools Beford placing your Xmas order for fruits etc us quote you prices The custom of giving useful pres wife sister than of those New Hume sewing machines which J A Beazley selling so cheap 12 16 tf Notice We are still the coal business and will make special prices for cash on load of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers handle the best 715 tf 1 T Williams Sons You will find fancy Florida oranges are 8300 per box whole sale at 3t Lancaster Grocery Co Ten room two story brick house in good repair On Danville street half a from public suitable for boarding house Apply to Eliza L Anderson Lancaster Ky or J M Orand 8th and Jefferson sts Waco Texas 1118tf The Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church will have a dona tion saleat Mrs Lears Millinery store on December 23 and Plain and fancy needle work of all kinds etc will be sold at exceedingly low prices Remember the and place come help a noble cause tf Best Paper FOP Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far 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 10 2ltf Sanatary Goods From St While recently visiting the Fair I purchased a car bath tubs and from the State buildings Taese of the finest grade as the were the home of tb3 best peo plesnm the respective states I ran places these goods in your residence at a ing of 50 Inspection solid ted J R Haselden 4t As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a great satisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 916tf Good Business Sale Having decided to move to for the benefit of my health I will sell my stock of General Merchandise Store house with three rooms Livery stable house of nine rooms Three acres of ground including a beautiful 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 sell house with stock Here is a rare opportunity in business in one of the most promising and pros towns in the state call on or address R L Jennings tf Paint Lick Ky Tne 26th will be observed by the banks as a holiday consequently they will be closed next court day 3t It is exceedingly comforting for the depositors to feel that his funds are judiciously invested or safely cared for 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Public Sale Having decided to remove to I will on TUESDAY Dee 20 1904 at my home near Point Leavell 5 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike sell to the highest bidder all my personal property consisting of a few calves and horses my complete outfit of farming utensils which in cludes everything needed on a first class farm plows mower binder reap er bnncherr wagons harness etc etc Also three stacks of clover and some oats In bundle A large lot of household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale Walker Re ular n d ANew a- very 1216 tf wholesalefruit everyChristmasdaughteror We Vanderpoolblock For Rent es readingline Lout Wo dto of washbowls t lets ere State Idlnlls v percent buyers velling Arch K served boardinghouse let one car For California J Mississippi cows harrows My display in china this season is in ROYAL HINODE EAST INDIA ROYAL SAXE The Royal Hinode is inlaid in Gold and Enameled I can say the prettiest I ever sold See the Rupee Vases Aqui Vace Chocolate Sets Celery Trays Salids Sugar and Cream Incense Jars Jewel Comport Tall Tankard Simar Vace and many others I shall sell them cheap Do not can not and must not miss Ccme and see Pleasure to show them H M 1 f868eusiU 4 U s w I a sale BALLO iooooooDR 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 I Examination 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 Jt IeBEAZLEY UNDERTAKER Holiday Goods Opening wes attended by large crowds who the stock the handsomest ever shown in Lancaster Come to us for The Latest and Best of Everything in Holiday Goods OUR Ipro- nounce I I Prices Right I f j1 FRISBIFS I Morrow McRoberts LINE OF Holiday Goods IS NOW Ready for your Inspection THEY INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE IT American Wire Fence is cheaper now than ever be Come and buy be fore it advances which it is sure to do PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Kentucky I 1 t iIII fore 1 j S t L DRUG I J A New Car Load Old Hickory Wagons M SEE OUR STOCK OF Fine Winter 1 BuggyRobes 1 Very Cheap F Now is the time to buy a BUGGY CHEAP u i T 1LD I rrDi I II e 1k mjL J1 ll t ii M mMIIJi i i i f I S- V NNr ri 3Y J i in the Habit The Joseph Mr a tile Company het oevisiting Cold weather is Here so we call your attention to our splendid lines of Winter Wearing Apparel We have a lovely line ol DRESSGOODS UNDERWEAR BLANKETSCOMFORTS HOSIERYCLOAKS GLOVESSHOES WRAPSand FURS are making prices that will prove to you that we are the friends of the Everything to be found in AD UjToTlieIinte GOODS STORE We have no old goodsto workoff everything first class and correct in style Call and we will prove everything we claim t people I r DRY Q 1ft Will SaTe YOt i f j ii- I HHH Jal i MDrcll ill lJeapliJ i i I i S 1 r s- r4 and s ore i eeeeveeelThe c Y CENTRAL RECORD luiued Weekly ioojpr LOUIS LANDRAM entered at Pott OJkt in Lamauter JTy Lancaster Ky 16 1004 It is pathetic to that Russia Is talking of things it will do the We are not authorized to announe anybody for any office Oh jowl Cyntbiana Democrat The Somerset Journal says the hill billle who has killed his hogs has corn enough to bread him Is the table prince of neck of the woods A Kansas citizen who killed hm self the other day left a letter saying that be needed the rest Living in Kansas must cause a to become very tired A minister suggests that the Hon John D Rockefeller as easily go through the eye needle a the gates of heaven However the Hon John feels better since he has tamed his stomach The only asset found in the private bank of Yorker who bad de parted with the funds was a bunch of hymn books Presumably they opened easily at the lines beginning to steal awhile away A daily newspaper for women la to be started in Chicago As women have never supported weekly exclusevely for their benefit it is doubtful if their subscriptions will flow very freely into the coffers of a dally Brer Sepb Campbell of the Somer set Journal says the divorced wife of of a millionaire advises girls not to marry a man of millions and she seems to have struck a happy chord Few of the girls hereabouts are marrying men with more than a quarter of a million and from that down to thirty cents The National Agricultural Press League which has torn j out in opposi Lion to the distribution of seeds by the government is wasting its ener gy That distribution is one of tbe treasured privileges congressmen and they will refuse to give It up It not though that they are in but farmers An Indiana woman was beaten into unconsciousness and ber body carried some distance and thrown Into a well Her baby was thrown in with her Both died A jury found a man of the crime and returned a of involuntary manslaughter the being from two to twenty one years The verdict was too severe have found that tbe whole thing was an unavoidable acci dent and should bave remunerated the defendant for the time he lost in jail AntiLiquor Magazines The Permanent Committee Tern of tbe Presbyterian church has a letter to about thirty Of the leading literary Magazines of this country asking then their position on the question of liquor To quote from tbe letter We send you this communication hoping to secure such responses as shall enable us to prepare and present to our people a list of magazines of high literary excellence and which we cm assure them shall be free from thedemoraliztng liquor advertismens The following have made answer as suring the Committee that no adver tisement of this character accepted They are commended to the Christian people The Century St Nichols Country Life in America Tbe Critic Success Tbe Country Gentleman Ladies Home Tbe Elect ic Our Day Saturday Evenicg Post Ev erybodys Magazine Littells Living Age Womans Home Companion McClures Magazine The Cosmopoli t in Magazine The Cnautauquan Most of these also exclude patent medicine advertisements for the rea son that most such medicines contain a high percent of alcohol The Nation al Magazine and The Pacific Monthly exclude all whisky advertisments and give that at end of exist log contracts all liquor question able patent medicine advertisements will be excluded As this Is the period of the year when magazines are for the coming I submit above information and sincerely that the people ol Lancaster and Garrard county will give preference to the magazines which have this stand Very respectfully C MCHUMBKY FIcht Be Bluer who persist in closing their ears against the continual recom mendationpf New Disco cry for Consumption will have a and bitter fight with their troubles if I not ended earlier by baa to say Last f symptom of else Improvement came at once and four botttes entirely cured her by R1 Roberts Druggist We nd tlTrial free lm Tmrirays T the GI Icr Matkr ofa aNew I love It paperS o f Interested while testate season IBiOO t al1 tookDrXl 1 New everything f P k7L t lb ff r t J1 Year Mail December note after war and yen this man can intended verdict punishment The jury should addressed advertising Journal assurance the ordered the trust Christian taken Will Those will Dr Kings I Read what T R Beall of peon xife liad ev cry a faked I Guaranteed M p will thehlgheat market pric 10000 turkeys oa foot ataeya od tetwee Bickmoad X11- Rhb afat LUI X R r IY ter a HAKK8HDRY Mrs Bailie Fox is having a house erected on her farm Messrs M E Bout and H D Aldridge attended Stanford court Monday Mr Swope has purchased oi Mr Mark Gowen a nice bunch of calves cent Miss Sallie L Myers of McCreary was guest last of Mrs V M Bice and other friends Mr John Turner and family of Hiattsville have moved to the be recently purchased of Miss Rose AI dridge Rev S P Martin of Sbepherdsvllle will preach at the Fork Satur day and Sunday We hope a good crowd will hear him Aunt Minerva Beddow who lived hire celebrated her 99tb at the home of her daughter Mrs Kemper in Danville We hope Captain White will soon be out again extend to him In ad vance our best wishes for a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year Mr George Aldridge has rented Mr Malk Aldrldges farm for next year Miss Rose Aldridge and have moved to the house vacated by Mr AldridgeMessrs Huffman and White here Friday buying turkeys for H B Northcott ot Lancaster They sad it was the best drove they bad taken They paid lOcts per pound Mr James Speaks has rented a farm Paint Lick and will move there January first At tbe same time Mr Flanagain of Berea will move to tbe farm he purchased of Mr J K West The mine which has been In opera tion on tbe farm of John Beazley is attracting much attention It is superintended by Messrs Sine and Menifee of Stanford They have been shipping valuable stone to the points which is said to contain lead silver and gold They have now suspended work on account of water in tbe mine which is said to be 14ft deep and clear as crystal Next spring tbe Company will put in all necessary machinery and work it as itshould be McCREARY Miss Jennie Ray is visiting Miss Sir die Walker Mr and Mrs W N Grow visited at Geo Sadlers recently Misses Nell and Alleen Bourne are expected home Xmas Ben Hamm entertained his young friends last Saturday night Mrs Robert Gulley is still confined to ber room with rheumatism Several parties in this community have sold their tobacco for ten cents Mr and Mrs Edward Simpson of Crab Orchard are visiting their par entsA little 81b boy came to make his home Mr and Mrs Porter Wear en recently Mr Jas Jones and family have from Denver Colo and visited their niece Mrs Sutton last weekThe Ladies Aid of tbe Buckeye church will meet with Mm Sam Cot ton Dec 17th and all members are re quested to be present PREACHERS VULLE T W Payne sold a horse to J P Rog ers for 83500 Mr Lee Anderson as here on first of the week Mrs Lena RIckerson is Improving and will be out again Mr Geo W Evans left Sunday for Florida to spend tbe winter Walter Pettus and wer visiting their mother and family Sunday Mr W D Elmore has returned home from Williamsburg where he has been In businessMrs Thompson has been real sick few days but is some better at J B Hutchins and wife will spend Christmas with parents at Baileys Switch J M Crest bought a horse for S17 50 Anderson is buying turkeys at lOcts per pound Mr Walter Jordan returned home from Johnsonville where he has been visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Henry Cummins were visiting their son J F Cummins and wife at Stanford last week The sale of Hugh Seargent was well and things sold welL sorry to give up Mr James Kennedy and wife left Monday for Indianopolls Ind where they will make their future home J L Hutchins bought a mule colt from F F Cummins for 00 Also horse olt fromJHEennedy for 82500 George Calson moved to Owsly place In the bend of the river and Wm Carpenter where The meeting at the Methodist church Friday night with no visible result Rev JW Simpson PE F Obey did Ilae preaching A Frl htee4 Hne RsBOteK like mad down the street or a hundred other lreevery rencea Itbebeeves everyboc w j zt z a j at3 week farm formerly were business for a this 40 0 r t I neat tenant David the church birthday Jack and brother near colored different with returned Davis soon wife time their James has attended Ware real them las has th will move he lived closed zed Rev costs t occupants day otx ha sreliable8al pii 3 Arai Bale Bares htSoiiea genu ad Pil- diwappeae leirlysaader Ifie 3tieat lkllroberl aDriig 1 rweritsiiM sat ail eleMliial oai1Be w Z e- iii 1FM S ef Ry r e e Y any noes sv ilto Miss Annie Burchell has Miss Eliza Rucker is Visiting friend ParisMr Teasels has returned from st Louis Mr Bob Leafprd has moved his family to Illinois Mr R N Beazley has from a visit to Newby Dr Kinnard was down to Mr Jack Hammond Saturday Miss Mary Ballard is tbe charming guest of Mrs R N Beazley Will Gaffney has gone to Illinois to visit his brother Wallace Mr and Mrs J J Shepherd are visiting relatives In Clark county Mr A B Clark Edentons popular merchant in our town Thursday We are to haveseveral weddings in this locality between now and Xma Mr Alfred Champ is the guest of bis parents arid Mrs James Champ W S Fish the turkey buyei drove fifteen hundred to Richmond Friday Messers John and Salem Wallace are tbe guest of their parents Mr and Mrs Will Wallace Mr James Rucker of North Carolina was the guest of parents Mr and Mrs I U Rucker R N Beazley agent or tbe Amer Scan Tobacco Co began to receive tobacco Monday Mrs E W Norris of Richmond the guest of her sister Pattie Engleman this week Stone Norman W S Fishs accom modating cleark says he believes he wont marry this year Miss Agnes Henderson has accepted position with Mc Whorter and Estridge for next year Mr James Rucker and Finley Davis baTe our thanks for Sweet Music that has been rendered during the week Miss Elizabeth Delaney who has been trimming for Mrs Minnie Jen nings returned to her home in Cincinnati Saturday Mr John Hurt and wife of DanviU Illinois are at the bedside of his brother Grover Hurt who is very low with consumption at the home of James Todd In a fight at Lowell on last Saturday night Clarence Embry hot and killed Will Basset James Mitchell was mor tally wooded by a stray bullet from Bassets pistol The many friends of Mrs Callje Smith will be sorry to learn of ber severe illness at her home in Deval Bluff Ark Her husband Jobn W Smith died on November 9th of pneu monia leaving her with several cbil dren most all of whom are small This being her old she has sym pathy of the entire comunity Revolution ImmlBCBt A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quick dismember the troublesome causes I never fails to tone tbe stomach regu late the Kidneys and Bowels the Liver and clarify the blood Bun down systems benefit particularly and the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough ef festiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by druggist 1m On tbe 7th of December 1904 it pleased the Lord to call unto Himself Mary Gladys infant daughter of flr and Mrs Dunn aged four months The Lord giveth and the Lord taketb away blessed be the of the Lord Jesus said little children to come unto me and forbid them not of such is the kingdom of God Little Gladys stay on earth short and sweet but we laid her low at Jesus fleet knowing He doetb all things well May God bless the father and sorrowing friends Gladys we had loved you How much we never knew Till we that empty cradle But Jesus loves you too So then remember that jewel Is not lost but flown From its frail and shattered casket Bright to gleam in Jesus MAD There is a Reaper whose name is Death And with his sickle keen He reaps the bearded grain at a breath And all the flowers that grow be tWeeD The Reaper came that day and plucked from the home of Clay atri Rosella Dunn the dear little flower Gladys and took her to bloom in Heaven How sad and desolate hearts of the loving father and moth er no one can know only those who bender above the coffin lid of their first God took the precious little jewel from you dear ones and placed it on to allure jwr tp Hip She bad been with them such a sborfc whlie and yet long enough to entvriB herself around the hearts of ao while her so much it iBCOBafortrng to k w that she te safe la the of to eet b rpfttbe snore wbtld pliittiat purtata TabMi a 6 heart trOuble return d see It waS home a stimulate dOD E McRJberts little HC j mother our ba arta aB JIRL ibeckOftou II H boa i1 WOb z 1 J X i f PAINT LICK was Mrs boss his Mrs all R OBITUARY name Suffer for was bereaved saw crown the born High loved onessand yea are grief stricken you wl salsa arms Her1ti sweet promise lllsrt ooisiirreRaht3t heal j d- ylE M son waits tliteloaep leaiTA a1 a a li POST Pf JUGS HIWS In mailing Christmas gifts have th package weighed by some person place amount of pa taKe needed upon the parcel sari i 999 out of a possible your package will its safely and promptly In the package write the 01 the person who is to receive it in ink spelling both the city and the state and do not abbreviate Place you and address in or lower left band corner Heres a little seasonable that save persons trouble practice of writing just afew words in a package of papers or merchandise mailed at lower rate than letters is said to have become to the postmasters have become to and report to department oScIals if writing is found The cost of prosecution in tile United States court aDd a fine of 825 would be as small penally as the sender could hope to escape with Dont do it Its dangerous pratice Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in tbe sale of tbe following A large new brick store and residences with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in tbe city for good business Can be bought for less than cost of buildings etc trade now No 2 A large new residence with acres of land on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on Rich mood street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 82700 one at 83750 very large and desirable property and one at 83000 All at rock bottom prices No 5 New cottage and li acres on Stanford avenue Very cheap No 6 Splendid home4 acres on Dan ville avenue Remarkably low at price 12000 No 7 Cottage on water street one acre plenty of fruit For sale 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 bargainNoon first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent on the price at can be purchased A splendid investment No 1L acres of splendid unimproved land 31 miles from 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres land 2 miles from town at 81800 red which rents for prices yielding 20 per cent on the We bave other farms also Call n G B Swinebroad or M D Hughes THE YOUR LIFE TO BUY Xmas UI- CHEAPk We have a big stock of New in Jewelry Cut Glass Diamonds Watches Clocks Oh account of ill I must close these goods as I wish to move to Southern Califpr asi soon as is sold Jpnf Come w ir and get choke of stock that present caSes name upper n Instructed such- p Ickages propertyNo Established town- t propertyple Investments 12 93t CI I OF 0 Silverware iclet tat BILZ1 E T il fftfwXj ftt 1 i i the exact reach destination addressing name either the may The common hat examine therein orient rooms food OPPORTUI I Xmas Goods health once nit stock risky for ChristmAs you CZpe4tomakes ti J- w AMERICAN FIELD AND FENCE HOuR Regular Style Stays 12 In or 0 in iput Special Hot Hone sad Cattle Style Stays 12 In or 6 In apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED- by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how t you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced MOUNT Ac ELfiCIIV immwiwr BUGGIESAND Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our for repairing cannot equaled in central Kentucky Conn BrosMUttUlMlJilJUJiiaiUUttJUJUJU JUJUJUMUttJUJUJUJilJU The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A B DIIMY PrwUeit JOBS 8 STOBMBS 8 C DillY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex EL Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Klnnalrd To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and WllEquipped 5rantsville Lewis Y LKAVXLI President J S ROBINSOH Vice Pre t ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL M SURPLUS U M B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGHKT Asst Cashr C D WAIJCKR Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS i Lewis Y Leavell J 8 Robinson Bt P Hudson T M Arnold HAuu it willsave i i Th Bank of Br9dntS1ill Kentucky It IIII I I I I I I I I I I It It f1t II IIIIII It It I It It t 5 iJ J t11IIiI1I1 SOUTHWEST I everlasting mnrmnrntmnrmntmnrmm mmnrnmnmmnr facilities 1 1493 Vice Prtat r i sank Walker e I Like Time and Tide the Great Southwest awaits no man but its a heap easier to get aboard at the instant ofstarting than to contend with element of later 1 momentum Let us give you the details of this countrys rapid growth and yourchance to grow with it literajkHre tree t II 11 I new L I Illustrated Odt lU2Q 1 I3all17 19g5 BLierfutiweat Rest ITw ta7twciiviu1NRlae2rtaU MreIA rap Tetit rc1ssws1Ma ri IHJttS MAMMA is watching her baby window of her room and envying the nurse her strength It often happens that a woman dates a life of ism from the birth of her first child In other cases she has a slow recovery which shuts her out for a long time from the reg ular family life Mothers who have used Pierces Favorite Prescription as preparative for maternity ex strength it gives keeping the body the mind cheer ful and making the babys ad vent practically painless I cannot too much for Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Mrs S of Va I feel it to to all women who are suffering from troubles that it is the best earth that use I am the mother of five children and have been as high as in the doc tors and never than two time until the last Then Favorite and was only two hours in the hands of the doctor Favorite Prescription makes weak women women well Accept no substitute the medicine works won ders for weak women Or Ptopces Pellets are geatle but effective laxative 1 f Mamma Dr at the lthy E Rose Big Otter Co- W female medicine on can eightdaYS ds days at any I used two bottles of Dr Pierces U fat PIe t rm a L ess 1 i j a the Great Man of the Country We do not mean it as any flattery But we mean what we say when we assert that the time is coming and it is pretty nearly here when the farmer is to be rightfully regarded as the great man of the country says an ex change The law teaching preaching any of the learned professions are all right and will continue to nourish because they will be needed but the profession of farming is a calling that Is day by day becoming more and more When we speak of farming as we do not mean the slip shod methods that prevail to a large extent among thoso who claim to be farmers we mean those men who make it a study and who try to make farming pay just as other professions are studied by those who adopt them as a means o f a livelihood The lazy lawyer the indolent doctor the careless merchant or the inattentive in any profession is to make a failure So it is with the farmer It is only the one who studies his business who succeeds We verily believe that the farmer who from this time for ward studies his soil and the crops he plants who looks after the cultiva tion of his crops as he should the one who plows and hoes at the right time is the man who is to be the lord of creation There is not a single thing that can be produced from the soil from the barnyard the stable or the field that does not now find a ready sale and as a general thing bears a good profit Salvation Is Free lit Sterling Advocate In Colorado lives a young woman who has the courage of her convictions She is and therefore has many adr mirers One of these chanced to be a man who was fond of taking all her time Sunday evenings but who forgot to return the hospitality by an invitation to the theater or other en tertainmentMilady tired a bit of this con tinued one sided entertainment and finally refused his request for permls sion to calLthe Sunday Nothing daunted however the youu man sent the following note on Monday 1 missed my call last night so much that this week I want to get in on time May I call and take you tAr church next Sunday evening To which the young woman answer ed Yes Thank God salvation is A Costly mistake Blunders are sometimes very xpen sive Occasionally life itself is the price of but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head ache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough Mc Roberts 1m t Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank on Tuesday January 10th 1905 for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing B FHuDiow Cashier TKBre will election hei by the ipiqeri ol the of Lancaster JKj M bank Imlldihg between the hours a ai ndWmii oh Tuesday Jannary 10 1905 to elerrt five director to serve the ensuing year 0s 7 1904 B C DENNY Cashier a profession sure attractive young succe ding amistake 25c at yen 04 IEl tion Notice bean Bank cUd i freeS DrugStore 4S f 4 e StOckS Nt1ona1 A ONLY ONE 7 DOLLAR L JEIPntWHt J V LAlI tYlhL 111 S S i EWJ WELL g Q- f VisitorWillie does your mother belong to the Daughters of the American Revolution or the Daughters of the confederacy Little WillieNo sir shes only a Continental Damn Messrs Cogar Davis and the Ken tucky Supply Company shipped week to a Delaware party bushels of millc seedt The shipment averaged 750000 pounds and requ ired a whole train of cares to convey it This is the biggest shipment of millet seed ever made from Central and is one of the largist of any kind ever made to C N O T P Railroad at Danville The farmers of this section on an average from 60 to 70 cents per bushel for the seed Advocate MrM J Farris sold and delivered to Simon Well of Lexington 291 ex port cattle averaging 1400 pounds at 5 cents He also sold to the same party ninety head of slop cattle aveiaiiirj 1000 pounds at cents and is figuring on a deal to sell 277 more which will close out his years business At the dissolution sale of Messrs I F Shelby and Isaac Shelby J in Lincol county live stock brought good prices Fat cattle brobght 4 35 aver age weight 1412 and slop cattle Sheep 3 75 to hogs 4 corn in crib sold for 2 21 horses 40 to A goodsized crowd was present Danville Advocate BRYANTSVILLE Mr Will Glass was in Cincinnati this week on business Mr C C Becker spent a few days in Lexington this week R H Pettus has returned home a visit to relatives in Somerset Mrs Celia Armstrong of Harrods burg has been the guest of friends hereMrs John Bryant and Misses Alta and Mattie Boner were in Lancaster Monday Mr Richard Moore has returned home after spending several months in St Louis Master Bryan Ballard has returned from a visit to his aunt Mrs W T Woolfolk of Lexington Miss May in Lee Ballard returned home Monday after a very pleasant visit to friends in Lexington and North Middletown Mr Will Smith has gone on a busi ness trip to Oklahoma and during his absence Walker Burnside has a position In the bank Miss Jennie Burnside of Millers burg College is expected home In a few days to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs James Burn sideThe ladies of the Methodist church will give a Xmas tree for the ben efit of the Sunday school on Saturday afternoon the 24th at 3 oclock All are invited to attend News has just been received here that Willie Mac third son of Dr J51 hot had been badly burned by his clothing catching flue but It is hoped that the burn will nob prove serious Little Gladys the infant daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Clay Dunn died the 6th after a few days IllnesS The in terment at the Lancaster cemetery Thursday The parents have the sym pathy of the entire community in this theironTy child n 31 335 385 112 after Ma Kentucky consignments accepted If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to Ik ROHM MBS hnk niti tAnd an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you be Any sum Jl to will be accepted6000 ay S e Our NewBooklet I Iliim i Seet o AIcathL All accounts In this bank are confiden tial between the bank and the depositor Inter eat Js added January and July an compounded m IrltIlltICO B G i4t 1 cTuIberf cITee j L JSdltop fas Align of the gynthlana Democrat Drive Cents on an Subject The Cynthiana Democrat Allens good paper after speaking o the conduct of candidate and floater in a recent primary held in Harrison county adds this sound and timely adviceCandidates themselves are not to be so severely censured as is the state of publld morals corrupt and vicious public sentiment that condones for gets or excuses disreputable practices through anxiety for the success of party favorites The Democrat has often questioned the sincerity and honesty of men who seem to hold that politics is but a legitimate license for the buying and selling of votes for forgery and theft for unbridled debauchery and who at the same time believe that actions of a similar nature in business of private life are to be condemned estopped and punished as the law decrees Hon esty is honesty wherever it is met A deplorable condition confronts a com munity when officials are to be chosen to execute the law by electors who have been bought or made drunk in direct violation of law by these self same officials Now we would not censure any man or set of men above others More than probable it is that the cadidates would gladly have escaped the fearful ordea to which they were subjected They were mercilessly bled where a drop of blood remained and in selfde fence on some occasions they were forced to hide out to escape their persecutors A fearful state of affairs And yet we say the candidates would have avoided it if they could What is the remedy AN AWAKENED PUBLIC CONSCIENCE The people can stop this thing if they will The overwhelming mass ol citizens are lawabiding and honest in politics as well as in business The desire an honest and proper adminis tration of public affairs They want men in office who are best qualified tt conduct the affairs of the county They want the campaigns and elec Lions conducted with honest and de cency How can the people effect this Discourage early announcements Pledge to no man a year in advance of the election Support nobody who uses whiskey o money or both as a campaign argu mentConsider the disgrace brought on th country Discuss the matter with you neigbors and friends Convince then that by concerted action reforms ca be accomplished Denounce and os tracize the floater And the candidates can protect him self and the comunity by Not announcing early Using no money or whiskey Cultivating and soliciting the vof influence of men who stand for clean campaigns Discharging tile floater Standing for honesty am decency Is this only a dream cf pracjcal politics Perhaps Sometimes dreams come true OF ST LUKES libnrnliam Ontario Testlftes to the Good Qualities of Cbum Cough Remedy Ashburnham Ont April 18 1903 1 think it is only right that 1 should tell you what a wonderful effect Cham berlains Cough Remedy has produceo The day before Easter I was so dis tressed with a cold and cough that 1 did not think to be able to take duties the next day asmy voice wa almost choked by the cough Tht same day I received an order from you bottle of Cough Remedy J at once procured a sample bottle and took about three doses of the medl1 cine 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 youi Cough Remedy 1 make this testimo nial withoutsolicitation 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 Drugstore 1m Serpents will live sixmonthsor long er without food Colliers were slaves In England up tothe year 1775 o 1 IS 9UH USI JIm ui and RECTOR lalu an fora beingthank by FrIsbies S Important your a Train Leave Laacaatlf folOu No21 8S0pl 1040AMNo22 0 PM Time in elleet For Richmond Winchester Lexlng ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle May8 coy Ington Cincinnati etc t For Stanford Lebinon Louisville Crab Orchard litLivingston London Cor bin etc For Richmond and intermediate st For Stanford and waj tatlonc r Junc tou i tloas- Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July S9 laoi TRAINS AT DARTILli NwBber 1 Difjyf stops When io 8 when flawed ll3o garaber 6 Dlly mates all itop t 11 05 aS XnberS lUIrun lh 1day Abov J LUVIJfOtlme 11 stop all stsOBI I IoUTMoUxp Uio ky t I topIheB flagged pJsaber 4 Does t tY tt ir l ito bandwhen flagged NumberS 8hMp Xisiber 420I Daily sop 15Op e p 0 KINNAIBD 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Seeds are the highest quality obtainable Write for Large Free Catalog No 55 WOOD STURBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY Mrs Carltons Wonderful Story Maine Woman Thrilling Exper ience Duplicate In Lancaster There are scores of families in Lancaster and towns who will read with interest the wonder full experience of Mrs A L Carl ton one of the best known worn en 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 I could not live two months Utterly discouraged with their treatment I began using and commenced to gain at once At this time I was reduced to almost skin arid bones as I had lost nearlyi oo pounds during my sickness but when I began to take Miona my flesh was built up and I gained 22 pounds the first month I have taken six ages of these wonderful tablets but my health is about restored and I firmly believe that Miona saved my life R E McRoberts is local agents for Mipna which sells for 50 cents a box and offer it under personal guarantee that if it does not cure the worst form of stomach trouble and resulting disorders the money will be refunded A lot of Cedar and Locust Posts for sale Romans Elmore F O X jG Ueaviest Orals nearby mi- na trH i HOlJOgRtPHB IS I j ro r- Qj t I 4 IiIERCESIIS FAVORITE FOR WEMW MEN thLANCATEREvERy FRIDkY oe Kodol Wm Herndon d B wluebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stonnea drug store rl I MCOY FRY ARNOLD WOODS J 8 BURROWS W C FiSt E L WOODS DrienoroRs D L R G GUYN R L J B Commissioners Sale of Land GARRAUD CIRCUIT COURT W A Arnold as Guardian of Mary Arnold Plff vs Mary Arnold Deft By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action at the November 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 aud 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 W Arnold H 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 Arnold thence with Perkins line N 2i v 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 16 50 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 Rella Arnold thence with tile line of same sic 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 line s E 1680 chains to the beginning containing sixty three acres This and Lot No 2 has a passway 15 feet wide on lot No 1 in said division and allotment in the aforesaid case of E W Arnold vs J H Arnold c the said pasway along the Western bound of said Lot No 1 and extends from aid Lot No 2 out to the public road on Gilberts Creek Lot No 3 in said di vision and allotment in said case W Arnold vs J H Arnold c has a DHSSway 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 will of the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if bond are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Special Announcement We call especial attention to our present stock of Pretty Hats and cordially invite the ladies to come and get one of the handsome stylish hats we are now showing while our stock is large It roods EfiCfiiyeS Even Da Yourpatronage appreciated That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is it this Laundry if you w nt evidence send us a trial bundle We irlll call for your work E against- J 891 trv or- E security judgment S s Sail ieU Ti U et I ee el et S liven Cf jf5rWM kt i i 1 ii i fi runs be required I e 0 S SS S S iLiUNRT Lexiagton KY- Tf ocA Xttckj DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottla contains trial rfze which sells for 50P1WARHD ONLY AT LABOItATOIlY or E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL t2 times the cents THE 1lJc For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky CURE WSBEAZU Beazley Paris II S Dentists Office over Thomp ona store Danville st S C FARIS 1 I i OOOOc OOCO Prest WC FishVice Prest WG PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 ELWoods KemperCashr II Commenced Business July I9OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and areful attention to all business entrusted to us II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII II Special Notice On account of my not J having the time to back to Lancaster and ing extra help at home to 1 all residents of Garraid Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the foffice at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth I Amalgam and White I Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and White I Gold Fillings 1 and 1 up Gold Crowns 4 large f 5 The best set of teeth ithat can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON I Dentist RiclimondKy I- TELEPHOI Haas Hog REMEDY i Extracted25c S come- S hay- S S F S S As a Cure As a Fata As a Preventative Cash paid for all hops that die when fed this remedy F P FRISBIE druggist for free book and full particulars Prom The Ashes Baltimore Famiy Experience Point oriaii mer 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 W Nally one the citizens of Baltimore as to the change in his own looks A short time ago Mr Nally writing from his home address 2213 Barclay St says I have been troubled for years with ca tarrh and had resorted to all reme dies that could of My wife was also afflicted with this terrible disease but all the we used were an absolute failure we tried Hyomei It worked like a charm and has made in both ofi our REcRpbertsthe local agent for Hypmei has so much faith in the treatment that he gives his personal to refund the money in case it does not benefit A complete costs one dollar the extra bottles are but fifty cents Ask to see the strong guarantee tinder which Hyomei is Callon a Horn to treatments cure arantee tfit J flesibent leading bethought cowplete casS Mother Be Carrful of the htaltii of your 1 tte children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by II E McRoberts lm A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers De Witts Little Eirly Risers are 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 McRoberts im 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 Ia says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dy spepsia Cure was recommended and I 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 dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that hat done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every person suffering with Indigestion or Dyspep sia should use it Sold by R E Mc Roberts im Beware or Counterfeit DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker ot Centre Ala I 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 Everv fam ily should keep it as it is an household remedy and should al ways 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 aud blood remedies proved worthless Icould not walk for over two years i was persuaded to try DeWitts Witchllazel Salve which has complete ly cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar SoU by R E McRoberts im COUGH CURE THE LUNCS New Discovery Price 50c100OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Stubborn and Colds CURED BY FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until becomes so run down that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia Consumption are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar FOLEYS HONEY liD TAR soothes and heals the inflamed air pas sages allays the feverish conditions stops the cough mid prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Haney and Tar and jefuse that cost yetljtmfaaim as the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation CMSiMfrtta ThnatMttfJ- C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn writes I was troubled with a hicking cough for a year and I thought I Had consumption Itried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used bottle of Fioteys Honey and it cured me and I have not been trou bled since Three sizes25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small and the 100 bottle almost six time as much F r sale by CC J E St Cough r sa 1 invaluable FI- nally i KILL THE AND WITH Dr FOR OUGHS and Coughs your system I Q 2 one Tar size IIIC lID It nne ibt to i I 5 Flysubsti- tutes S 5 d S nt The Central Record Supplement Lancaster Ky Dec 1 6 1904 Request you to call and inspect their line of CHRISTMAS GOODS They assure us it is the most BEAUTIFUL AND VARIED They Have Ever t ShownI- tis Impossible to Enumerate the Articles they offer so they ask you to see the stock AND LEARN THE PRICES Neither of Which will Disappoint Lancaster Kentucky I r 5 MORROW McROBERTS ti if You LOCAL NEWS Rue Curry sold for Mr G W Roblnsou farm near Shakertown to Mr H R Wilder for 67 per acre Mr Robinson took in part pay Mr Wlders farni of 115 acres on the Warwick pike at 965 per Harrodiiburg Democrat rcre acre v his 225 as- a 1 FFM lttrik tlit Within the next three or four months 1000 tons of garden and field seed wilt be distrlbat from Washington Each Congressman has 14500 packages of vegatable and 500 of seeds 30 packages or lawn seeds Subscribe for the Record i Sled over lower Rawer R Mr J D sold to Mr JobnC Porter his Great Crossings farm known as the porter and John Gaines B B Peak manager of Craig ft Brownings real estate agency said for Cdarles Thomas bIB OOB acres to Matt Teeny for WOOOO Georgetown TiaMi C taint 181 hover fare s J H Gay sold to Robert Harrick of Montgomery county eight acres of land Including residence MO per acre W M Gay sold to C P Watson his farm of 218 acres atabonttM eracre This land lies about two stiles south Koreh Mldflletown Paris Kentookf an l Citroen F