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THE CENTRALLANCASTER FRIDAY JANUARY 6 19P5 RECORDi FIFTEENTH YEAR K XUAt1BEB41 wlw 3 Its as Easy AS Rolling off a Log to furnish your house if you buy from us on the in stallment plan WE DONT CROWD YOU but make terms you can easily meet AT LOW PRICES Successors to JA Beazley Having sold my store and in order to reduce stock I will make for the next twenty days on the following goods Mens and Boys suits and overcoats Mens and Boys extra pants Womens and Childrens cloaks skirts and furs felt boots under wear carpets and a great many other goods This sale at once Dont ask to have goods charg ed as every thing will be sold for cash or such produce as Ican sell for cash R L JENNINGS Paint Lick Ey ry I EVERYTHINGIn I TiRl- I g I S I Y X I I Ibegins I I X f OO 4 i I g Cod a- W8E ID E CC lolls Local Notes We wish every friend of The Record a Dappy New Year W B Masons family hoisa dead at the depot one night last week The animal was standing close to the track when an engine came along Keg says it was not heart disease or od age but fright which killed his i steed Quite Christmas Outside of a few cases for disorderly conduct Christmas went off without any trouble The police force did their best to prevent the use of fireworks but this is impossible Several arrests have been made for that offense Night Man The selection of Mat Slier as night policeman is a good one lIe is atten live to the duties witches the Public Square and on the whole attends to the place sis well as any man could Its a great comfort to know that a good man is on watch and the town will not be taken by hoodlums Changes Mrs Annie Withers has moved to the Cotton place Richmond avenue W I Williams to the Stormes place A C Robinson to the Patterson place E C Gaines to the Stone place and Sun Ha elden to his home on Richmond avenue J R Mount and Jack Adams have moved on Lexington street and James A Jones on Danville street Picture of Vester Dare B Robinson has received a handsome picture of the famous show mare Vester Dare the splendid ani mal he recently sold The Dicture is a the gentleman to whom Mr Robinson sold Mr Chas Rolland of Springfield Mo Yester Dare con tinues to capture first prizes at all im portant shows and has won a reputation She is three years old and ranks among the most noted horses of her age In the country Masonic Election At the annual election of officers for Lancaster Lodge 104 F A M Mr Jacob Joseph was reelected as Master Rev C M Chumbley Senior Warden Fred P jjjbie Junior Landram A T Anderson Tyler The Master appointed Henley Bastin senior deacon and Alex Bish op junior deacon There was not a death during the past year many new members were received and the treas ury is in splendid condition I droppa d I I I Good I MrGeo gift National Warden Robt Klnnalr ecretary Louis Treasure from Postponed Until Later Date The beautiful magazine supplement which we were to issue Jan 6th 1905 as a supplement to The Record has been postponed until a later date Our first intentions were to issue this iu newspaper form printed on fine book paper But after a con ference with some of our leading citi zens we decided to change the style of this supplement and get It out in book or magazine form the same size of the Ladies Home Journal This change will greatly increase the value of the edition and make it more valuable souvenir besides making easier to keep or send away and less liable to tear As this change will necessitate a greater amount of work and expends Lures and In view of the fact that the editor of The Record will be busy other matters date set for this magazine we have found it necessary to postpone the edition for about six weeks Mr Jos B Borders our special editor and photographer left for Richmond last Saturday where he goes to get out a history of Rich mond and Madison county but will return here the last of February assist in the compilation of our maga zinc on which he has already done so much work The entertainment given by home talent at the court house Friday night drew like a porus plaster and all were pleased with the boys efforts The waterworks plant has paid for itself in extingnishing fires and reduced the rate of Insurance about 30 per cent This is remarkable consider lug the fscts that we have just had a longer drouth than ever before and other plants have shut down It is the best investment ever made by the town and those who opposed It are realizing this fact Wanted Car load scrap iron Also car load bones Highest market price paid II B Northcott at stand phone 26 We always have the best grade of coal for salecheap for cash Red Ash Jellico East Tennessee Jelllco Semi Cannel Brilliant Blockberry New Diamond Wilton When your coal is out up and you will get the best coal brought to this mar ket H B Northcot phone 26 Leavells old stand 2t as- a with ontbe tf Leavell old 2t dealer call us I supplement Issuing t A GREAT OF In order to clean up our Immense stock cf CLOTHING we will sell our entire line of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats at COST for CASH only We handle nothing but the very best Clothing that money can buv If you are in need of a Suit or an Ov y ercoat you should call at before your size is sold Terms Strictly Cash Hrp A TVfJN A n 11 j2 11 BARGAINS BARGAINS III I JI III t once LO F r fV1 oetttol tom i CLEARANCE SALE Z SUITS OYERCOATS- ra f rr y 1 rt w4- r rk r Y r wwwwvwww w 4 Kentucky Press Association The organization meets In Louisville tomorrow Friday for a two days powwow during which much business will be tiansacl ed and many matters of importance to newspaper men discussed Almost every paper in the state issa member and the gathering together by the boys is not only pleasant but Very profitable The the are Louis Landram Lancaster Record president E A Castle Local Vice president II E Morningstar Bowling Green Clarence E Woods Richmond Climax historian D B Wallace Warsaw Independentent Lew B Brown Ilarrodsburg Democrat W C Barrickman Slielliyvllle Sentinel Henry Lawrence Cadiz Record Wm henry Jones Glasgow Republican executive committeemen During the meeting the Louisville Commercial Club and Board of Trade will give an elegant dinner to the edi tors Mayor Grainger will deliver the welcome address The editor of The Record will preside at each session The following is the PROGRAMME Should the Countrtf Weekly Be in Politics Paul M Moore of the Earlington Bee The Press and the Politician W fl Jones of the Glasgow Republican Legal Advertising Laws Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal Round Table on Problems of Print lug Olllce Led by John B Games of the Bowling Green News Talks limited to three minutes Should the Press Advocate and State Aid to Public Roads Herber Mathews of the Hartford Herald The Country Correspondent Lew B Brown of the Harrodsburg Democrat Kentucky at the Worlds Fair R E Hugees of the Courier Journal The Editor and Publjc Schools E A Guilinn of the Henry County Premium Offers as Circulation Builders M W Nealrof the Farmers Home Journal Popularity Contests as Circu lation Builders Henry Y Offut of The Louisville Times How to Make Advertising Pay the Advertiser Q Adams of the Owensboro Inquirer How to Treat Other Newspapers J J Glen of Glenns Graphic The Sunday Paper Wallace Hughes of CourierSournal The Editor as Others See Him Clarence E Woods of Richmond The Press Parliament and World Peace Tim Needham of the Wil liamstown Courier Memorial o n Col W C P Breckinridge of the Lexington and Col J G Craddock of the Par is KentuckianCitizen QUARTERLY REPORT Peoples AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS December 31St 1904 UESOUKCKS Loans and Discounts 79378 45 Overdrafts unsecured 131 C5 Due from National Bunks 3802001 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due fromTrwstCorapauIcs 38020 01 Banking House and Lot 1700 00 Other Steal Estate Mortg ges 127020- 0US Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie 124023 Currency 0108 00 7408 25 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as cash Furniture Fixtures J200 last quarter paid In In cash 1600000 Fund 400000 Undivided profits 5ii47- DueDepoaltors as follows viz Deposits subject to cheek on Interest is not 12004589 Deposits subject to check t on Interest is Demand certificates of deposits on which de posits on which in terest la paid Sayings on paidCertified Due National Banks Du State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers out Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends i Taxes and unpaid Capital Stock not SUPPtKBtKNTARY amount of indebtedness of my stockholder or Him Including in the liability of the or firm the of the Individual members thereof directly indirectly If nch indebtedness cent of capital stock ac in and amount of surplus in the bank None Highest indebtedness of any or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank None Does amount of Indebtedness of company or including In the liability of or firm the liability the individual members th frf paidup capital and actual Amount of last dividend 112000 Were all losses interest and taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring dlvi dendand was not less than 10 per cent of net the bank ithe covered by the dividend car to the surplus fund before dend was declared Yes 14063636 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G Peoples Bank of Paint Lick Ky a Bank doing business In town of Paint Lick county being duly sworn says that the forego iu all respects a true the condition of Bank at of business on the 31st of December 1904 to the best of hIs knowledge and belief that of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made compliance with an official notice received re of the 31st day of December 1904 as the day on which report shall be made W G Kemper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before ine by W G Kemper cashier on the 31st of December 1901 A B Estridge Notary Public Garrard county Kentucky Commission expires Feby 6 1 JK- KL Arnold Directors RGGuyn J New secretary Independent Government GraysonGazette BestWalter the servIces Herald Bank 01 Paint Lick KYJ au 0 payTaxesCurrent HO63G36 LIABILITIES h1 rt paidTime 1204389 j exceeds 20 per 1 amountof exceed 30 per cent expenses i l theclose I j t above nalned association Gu111m1 oi rile 1 O r firm for rled is and further y Death of DP Burnetts Father His many friends extend deepest sympathy to Dr Burnett on the death flf his venerable father A telegrair to the Courier Journal from Shelby vllle says The funeral services ol James Burnett under the au spics of the Masonic fraternity 01 which he had beeu a conspicuous for almost half a century took place at Jit EJen this morning at 11 oclock Judge Burnett was uric of the best known men in Central Kentucky He leaves a large family and a wide circle of friends For more than thir ty years he was Master of Eden Masonic Lodge and was also High Priest of the Royal Arch Chapter He had missed but few meetings of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky in the last forty years Many prominent attended the services Judge Barnett was a member of the Baptist church A NARROW ESCAPE Mrs tears Millinery Stopo and Geigers Grocery Badly Damaged by Fire Splendid Waterworks The old saying When Lancaster has a fire she has a good one would have been again true Thursday night had it not been for the splendid waterworks for which our enterpris ing citizens have been pulling for about ten years For a few minutes everyone thought the entire North WeSt sicle of the Public Square would jp up in smoke and many folded their lands to watch it go so great was the dangerAbout nine oclock two ladies were passing down Danville street and when just below the door leading oiljcei they saw a blaze in the millinery store of Mrs John F Lear This room is the ell of the large gro cery store of DDGeiger and is sepa rated by a partition made of pine flooring The ladies screamed and at tracted the attention of Jno E Stormes and K K Kirby others who were sitting In the for mers store They reached Mrs Lears door than two minutes after the first cry of Fire and the entire end of the room was blazing from floor to ceiling ifo one who witnessed the fire saw one burn more rapid Iji the flames shooting on out into and almost across Danville street The quickly ate through the partition and into Geigers where the flames shot all over the room in less time than it takes to tell it The tel ephone exchange turned the electric alarm at the power house and in less than mluutes four lines of hose had been laid Und 11 inch streams were pouring into the houses with 175 pounds presssue behind them Some idea of the rapidity and fierceness of the fire may be had when we say the entireroom at was charred andburned through in places while bottoms were melted from lan hanging at Geigers front door Geigers goods were simply washed to the back end of the store while there was nothing left to tell the tale in the millinery Mr Geiger had 1100 Insurance his stock being estimated at about 2300 Mrs Lear had two policies amounting to 500 Her loss is complete while Geigers will be so The smoke became so dense in the Record office Citizens Bank cellar and the third story used as a bowling alley that people on street belived the building burning and yelled to the edi tor and Mr Jos B Borders who were at time watching the house to The people calling to us were so much alarmed that a ladder at a window it being im to use the steps W 0 Rig cieys undertaking establishment fered considerably water ruining all trimmings a number of fine caskets and making damage in ways lie has insurance but the inconvenience and work cannot be estimated in dollars and cents Four H inch nozzles 175 pounds direct steam pressure 1000 feet hose and plenty of water in less than ten minutes is doing pretty well for country eh Jim Beazley is best manager in the state and sensible man will congratulate Lancaster upon haying his services After the dangerthis was crowd ed with fellows who to carry out everything we had it believed the cellar and third story the was as lone some as a country grave yard UIcCREARY Mrs Lish Forbes visited In Bryantsville last week Mr Leander remains very sick at his home near Mrs Maggie Gulley and children bavebeen visiting in Cincinnati Mr Lewis Ray mother and sister Ruth of Buckeye visited at J T Hardihg recently Mr and Mrs Kirby Grimes of NicholasviUe are visiting the latters sister Mrs Davis Jas Hardin died at the home of his nephew J T Hardin the 30th of December In his filth He was the jpf large family of brothrs sisters Uncle Jim will be greatly missed by his neighbors No soul was ever savedby a scheme salvation cfudest truth Is better than most cultured lie member M t Masons funeral notlater fire ears ed possible suf- r ware oilier a town Vas office Mr and here friendsand The 1 I i I r r Judge today Test of proven t- Rod and several ever grocery ten Mrs the terns store almost tape this comedown was hls many required the any office wanted When burning Sutton year last and the r tr- i i o UcCormackQoodlae A wedding was sol emnizeJ on the evening of the 20th when Miss McCormack and Mr Goodloe were married at the home of the brides mother Mrs Sallie McCormack The houst was in gala holiday attire of holly and Christmas greens An alcove III the parlor was bunked with holly with its glistening crimson berries made a background from which was suspended white satin ribbons a Lovers Knot studded with white roses The room was with wax candles hooded in blue white and green with twelve Xmas bells swaying aloft chiming clous event In rear of the hall there was quite an array of handsome bridal gifts tokening the affection in which the pair were re garded fond relatives and friends The brides souvenirs to her maids were beautiful etruscan gold shoulder buckles Tlie sitting room was in proceeded dressed in paris muslin over blue with girdles bearing white satin Mbbons forming the bridal aisle following was Katie Lee ood loe carrying boquets of graceful robed in white crepe de chene elab r ately trimmed in lace and She was a vision of Knci and modesty of the groom her veil enveloping her The groom never appeared to a letter in a regulation black suit his face beaming with hap piness of his future felicity as he on tire bonnie bride he had so gal wfo weddlnir march was well rendered by Miss Jane Walker ceremony performed Rev Friarson pastor of the Presbyterian church lining room where a bullet luncheon was served The room was radiant hooded lights On the table was a large mirror holding a vase of red carnations and Poinsetta On each side were silver candelabro holding crimson candles and shades baskets ladened with tropical fruits With garlands of smilax and crimson interlaced The place cards were crimson hearts with monogram in white lettering with finish of tiny whit bows The bride and trrnom left for a trip to the city The cynic gets his opinions before the mirror A little cant can spoil a whole lot of consecration t L DAVIDSON f A t torncy A t Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business thebridesrosesThetheaupi andesteem partyemergedJanie Duty isses Del1lJ iui ofblue carnationstied MaryLear congratulations crimsoti unit it I J R Law beautilul home Uctxt ious lighted blue looked with I I GOODS just received from St Luis and while there 1 purchased a car load iof Tubs Closets frJl I VVorIds Fair buildings These are the very best made andwe will sell them for 50 per cent less than new goods Car win arive about Dee 15 See these goods and save JIR IIASELDBP4 11 I A PLUMBING Bath told Lavatories g goods money We arc making special low prices at our closing out sale You should avail yourself of the opportunity to secure some of the big bargains we are offering Cloaks Furs Top Skirts Wool Dress Goods Silks Flannelett Outing Underwear Gloves Hosi ery Facinators Ribbons Millin ery Carpets Mattings Ladies Shoes Childrens Shoes Boys Shoes Mens Shoes Boys Over coats Mens Overcoats Pants Hats Mens Shirts Blankets corn forts Men and Boys Underwear Felt Boots Etc Etc See otiivline of liens and Boys Mackin tosh Overcoats we are selling for 41 00 and 125 t THE Dry Goods raM lOWflHIS i 4 I i m jm t tjp 2 a1sf 3p i- q 1 r Z Logan COMPANY A r r McWhorter Estridp PAINT LICK KY MEW INS GIFT We Lave a New Years Gift I For Each Every One of our customers We will not say jjjp here whether it is tendollar gold piece or our best wishes but everyone calling at our store feg Between Now Saturday Night will be told what it is McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY COME Right NowI- f you want a heating stove at a Big Bargain See our hall stoves Stoves for the Stoves for the bed room Stoves for the dining room Electric Ranges for the kitchen Large line of cooking stoves any kind you may o rm liilfliIIJffIitfIJ I Ifm 1 m I and13 tiJ Jy Ii I I I I I I m1 r IIIUtJ nJ sittingroom and t 8 t HASllDlN AA and ROBINSON t 1trJlU Q o m ooo 000000 o0 00 0 0 F I and j L want- F y i 0 y1I CENTRAL RECORD loathed Weekly 100 per year LANDRAM I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster ft at SecondClan Mall Matter I Lancaster Kyt January 6 1905 People will wonder at the story of Mr Lahr formerly of Lafayette who abandoned family friends and five years ago and went away to live a new because as he says he was tired of everything and wanted a1 rest They will say be was insane or that he had other motive for leaving than he but neither theory seems to be true His brain is perhaps not perfectly balanced but whose brain Is for the matter of that His family relations so far as known were pleasant he had spent his life in conducting a reputable business he had accumulated a comfortable and was well respected with no suspicion in ones mind that he was other than well contented But who knows the Inner llferthe real self of even the nearest and dearest There is always a reserve ground a place which no outsider enters a place of thoughts and imaginings and longings which the individual consciously or unconsciously holds secret and seldom allows to come uppermost Sometimes too the strongest bias of his nature lies there In this man the desire for personal freedom finally overcame all else Be wished to escape even from the loving oversight and solicitude of his family he wished to come and gountrammel ed by any of the bonds which hold In fixed ways whether they will or not He had no tendency to he has led an orderly lifesince he was not possessed by the of the wandering foot which a man a tramp and a wanderer for since his departure he has remained In one place for years He wished to get away tram things and to live Jiis life in his own way and the wish at last his sense responsibility to and his affection for wife and dren Doubtless the desire to live to himself had always been with him but not until the stress and strain of early years had lessened and gave him time to dwell upon it did into the per hand Life is often and everyone is depressed by the condi tion at times Doubtless there are few who do not occasionally feel tired of everything and feels momemtarily capable of almost desperate acts to lei sen the weariness Fortunately this Impulse Is usually but a sensa tion Fortunately the ties of home and preference for familiar surroundings are commonly stronger than the vag rant desire or if not so the sense of duty overweighs the propensity to shake off all bonds But when a man does follow his propensity and breaks all ties there are those in unsuspected places to feel secret sympathy with him Human nature has many mys teries Another book containing 365 pages entitled The Year 1904 has been printed and bound Each individual has as many such volumes as they are years old and of thoughts words and deeds contained therein are true to the life that has been lived and if the entire book were open to the world there are many who would deny the authorship of his own work and seek some way to commit suicide There are no blank pages in this book An immortal soul is continually doing good or evil in thought word or deed There Is no neutral ground Inactivity can no exist in the splrtual than in the physical world It therefore behooves us all to guard our conduct Life is but a span a speck when compared with We can no assign a limit to infinite space than we can to the ages through which we must live and our happiness or misery hereafter depends our preparation for enjoying a of happiness This is the true theory of temporal and eternal exist enceWe are now beginning a new for 1905 Let all strive to make each page a bright and glowing record of some good deed some act of some kind word to cheer a weary pilgrim Let the page of crime and the blots of secret sins not appear in the new bdok Avoid backbiting by which the innocent are often injured and unjustly ostracised This practice and the love of money have caused many tears and bleeding hearts With these evils and intemperance the work of soul culture is prevented the will be one of regrets and misery IB sure to follow Watch ech the deeds each day and you will be happy at the end of The next trial of Nan Patterson will give the defense a chance to ring in the mysterious stranger This has figured in nearly every murder trial of late He Is a tall has a mousUche and usually wears a slouch bat and long coat Kuhne Beveridge the American girl famed for her beauty and sculpturing has been sued for 525 by a French dealer on a perfumery bill have bolted her eggs In perfumery In view of the fact that saved their wine cellar the members df the Metropolitan club In Washington whose home burned recently consider that the place was but slightly Taiyaagkoa Housanytontun TaUuebimtua some of the points captured by the Japs recently We r e e 1 property some fortune any t men l overcame others monotonous therecord eternity state us charity harvest Individual KuLne must damaged u Wladu bow tie 1pqp LOUIS life discloses curse makes chi fast u tit more inure the year flow tar they are C i f- E 1 bock ypttfi la trying to make the game of foot ball more open the authorities might adopt a rule that not more than seven men should fall on a fellow player at the same time mlltorea without suffering Indigestion A California girl has been found in whose throat is a third tonsil Natur ally she is affording great joy to the specialists in thus supplying another organ to cut out Tne Parthenon Is the name of a new Greek daily that is to be published in Boston The Push Cart and Shining Parlor editorships should be the best on the paper The honest man from St Louis who returned 50 given him in thong by mistake should be secured by Folk and put in a show window Wheat Seed If one has a variety of wheat that is adapted to his soil he should plant only best grains There are fan mills made now that grade the wheat Only the large plump grains are left But if one was no fan ml he can get all grass seeds and small wheat out with a sieve with proper meshes He can buy the wire from a hardwaie store and fasten it to the bottom of a box frame A third of the wheat may pass through but what Is left will be best grains The small wheat will do for milling The best way to Improve wheat is to go through the field before cutting and select such heads as are best After the wheat is cut they pulled from the bundle Get enough to make a bushel and run that through a Thus the best seed possible will be secured We saw two varieties of wheat sown on the same lot last year When headed one vac sty was six to ten inches higher than the other The short wheat may have had the advantage in manure had It in the yield being nearly twice as great as the tall wheat In improving your wheat work for grain and not straw Discard varieties that are warranted to grow tall on poor land Progressive Farmer Roc Trouble It Is exceptional to find a family there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life pills around Much troubles they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c at McRoberts 1m Build up the Town No town will become a good busi ness center as long as the mojorlty of its business men rely upon a few merchants to bring trade to town Too often the men in a few lines of trade are about the only ones that reach out salter custom Other merchants wait until these have influenced tne town and content themselves with trade that naturally drifts to their plaee A public spirited man asks himself It he is doing his part to attract people to come to town Any person who induces people to come to town to trade is helping thee entire business community and no town is working to extend business as far as possible and trying to bring a large territory in the circle of which the town is the business center Affects the Horse and Mule Market The recent slump in the cotton market has affected the local horse and mule market The usual court day horse sales eeld In Lexington were on this account probably the least successfull ever held here Although the market Is usually slower than usual about the holiday seasons that alonh did nit account for the low prices realized say local salesmen Numbers of buyers for the southern market were present but did not offer to bid on the animals The highest prices realized was 150 Dur lug the winter there is little demand for horses locally but many are the shipped South principally for use in the cotton plantations Recently it developd that the cotton production far exceeded calculations This caus ed a slump and the market went to prices It is said that the South is well stocked with horses and there is almost m demand for horses from that section Lexington Herald Wontferfal Nerve Is displayed by many a endur InK pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pale and cure the troubles Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at McRoberts druggist 1m It will take more than gold loving hearts to make the golden age Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it effected a com He who will not pray for others can opt pray for himself No man gains anything until he is willing to lose everything I use Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets for Indigestion and Und that they suit nur casebetter than any dyspepsia remedy 1 have tried and I have used many different years of age and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almost anything I want to now George W Embry Bock Mills Ala For sale by I I Governor maybe It certainly where Drugstore businessmen recently offered moo 1 II Liver remedies t Jh si JI any sieve 4 4 DrugStore eyes amy fifty one Drag 5 sr D Business Proposition I am herewith eucloiinf A proposal to Give the same Attention And oblige me she read Yourproposals at hand And Its contents I note I have placed It on file With the others she wrote Selected Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its tinued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaran teed Bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles Free at McRoberts Drug Store 1m Business and Bargains Flowers 1118tf Cut Flowers 1118 Boarders wanted at Mr U D Slmp sons Closing Out We have big bargains in line tf Thompson the Jeweler For Sale or Rent Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle the Thompson the Jeweler tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Journal 1021tf The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the Smith Currey Agts The operations of this Bank are un der the and of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cwt my timber 1 will cut fence telephone etc er address tru at Kirksville when In need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry Having sold my stock of goods to be invoiced Jar 20th I will make some very low prices on Overcoats Ladies Cloaks and Skirts heavy Underwear Boots Shoes Clothing Buggy Robes Rugs Carpets Guns etc Now is the time to buy Jennings 1223 The W C T U Library is opened every Tuesday for exchange of books not give your friend a membership and unable him to tke of good literature The cost Is small tf Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the best 715 tf J T Williams Sons For Rent Ten room two story brick house in good repair On Danville street halt L Anderson Lancaster or J M Orand 8th and Jefferson sts Waco Texas 1118tf Best Paper For Ladles The Ladles Home Journal is far ahead of thing in the reading line for ladles and grows in favor eve ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you waint the paper published at lowest price call and see her I 10 21tf Sanatary Goods From St Louis While recently visiting the Worlds Fair I purchased a car of bath tubs wash bowls and toilets from the State buildings These goods of were the home of the best the respective states I can place these in your residence at a sav ing of 50 per cent Inspection solid Jed 4t As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal want up 140 Our clean excells in satisfaction Then it is a great satisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 9 wed u C Gaines Ed CGalnes andCarnations PossessIon washes See Notice R L Vanderpoolblock suitablefor the finest grade as State buildings J R Haselden I your con Ed tf tt were the Ready for Business I am prepared to Corn into TaMe Meal Also to Crush Corn for Stock I AM Grind I am in the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed you may need HempEtc cheapthan GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson OUR AFTER Holiday Sale of fine China Silver Cut Glass Etc We will for the next ten days sell these goods at absolute COST Now is your opportunity to get these goods at a rare bargain They are all new and the very highest class goods ever brought to Lancaster There is no old stock to work off but every thing this years goods Come at once and get you a bargin Pure Drugs Every Prescrigtion filled by a registered druggist Fine Cigars Best selection of Cigars and Tobaccos in the city 7 McRoberts Drugstore Having concluded to quit business we offer for sale our metalclad store house with ware house barn chicken house etc in the town of Bryantsville Ky Also our stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Felts Rubbers Drugs Medicines Groceries Hardware Hats Caps and everything kept in a first class General Store PETTUS BROSBryantsville Kentucky I I I FRISBIESI1 J A Good Bn ine for Sale II- J I f i 3 Ml f 1MMM uwwwuw A New Car Load 1 Old Hickory I Wagons I m SEE OUR STOCK OF m Fine Winter I BuggyRobes Very Cheap H Now is the time to buy BUGGY CHEAP I aID Romans Elmore I I i1irl r jll t i f Ct I I get in the Habit I of i visitingThe I Joseph Mercantile Company I Cold weather is here so we call your attention to our splendid lines of Winter Wearing Apparel We have a lovely line oi DRESSGOODS UNDERWEAR BLANKETSCOMFORTS HOSIERY CLOAKS GLOVES SHOE WRAPS and FURS and are making prices that will prove to you that we are the friends of the peo pIe Everything to be found in DRY GOODS STORE We have no old goodsto work off everything first class and correct in style Call and we Will prove everything we claim e Will Save BiD Honey On Company J I t 1 IAn U ToTheMinnte W Yon C iIL JDIIh l4 r ill I I I I I I I I I I I I a I i I I e SASS UMNMMSlThe y x Gossip About People NeN Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Helen Gill was with uoinefolk during the holidays VanSickle of Danville is sting Miss Lucy Gregory Miss hove Harris is the guest o her sister Mrs Sim Anderson DrCGFaris visited his mother in Kirksville during the holidays Branbam Beazley has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Lavlnia Pope of Lexington is visiting her brother Mr Wm Pope Mr and Mrs C F of Nicho lasville were visitors here Sunday Miss Polly Travlor ot Stanford has been the guest of Mrs Georgia Lusk Mr Tom Tayior of Mt Olivet is the guest of Miss Katharine Arnold Mrs Sam Rector of Junction City has been the guest of Mrs J A Amon Miss Stella Huston visited Miss Cora Ward of Cincinnati during the holi daysMrs Jesse Walden of Danville is with her parents Dr II C Herring and wifeMiss Norine Henry spent a few days last week with her home folks in Lex ington Hon J T Hays of Hobart Okla has been visiting J T Williams and familyMisses Lizzie and Mattie Beazley en tertained a few friends last Thursday evening Miss Laura Bright Doty of is visiting her aunt Miss Lena BrightMrsG M Patterson and daughter Helone are at home again from Cin cinnati Tercy Burnside accompanied his father Judge R A Burnside to Jells co Tenn Mrs Jennie Eastman of Columbus Ohio is visiting Squire Kinnaird and wile Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have re turned from several months visit in Mississippi Miss Lena Bayles of Circlesvllle Ohio is the guest of her aunt Mrs John F Lear A very delightful impromptu dance was gives Friday evening at the New Mason Hotel Dr H C Herring and Mrs C D Waits who have been very ill are reported some better Miss Mary Anderson of Gallatin Teun is the guest of her aunt Miss Allis Anderson Mr John Burnside has returned from St Louis where he has been for several months Miss Nell Anderson of Indianapo lis visiting Mrs Susan Anderson v Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington has been visiting Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Mrs J S Bowman of Fleming is visiting her parents Mi w G Anderson and wife Misses Mary and Gertrude noel of Danville were visitors of and Jessie Mrs Jerry Respess of North Caro lina is here at the bedside of er Dr H C Herring Misses Edith Morrow Bessie Mae Lear and Lillie V West have returned to Hamilton College Lewis Herndon who was here dur ing the holidays has returned to his home in Louisville Mr W A Berkele and family leave this week for Mobile Ala where they will reside in the future Mrs Brown and little daughter Christeen of have been visiting Miss Ada Dickerson Miss Marie Schilling who has bee visiting Miss Elsie Zimuer has return ed to her home in Richmond Maj R A and wffe of Ger mantown Ohio visited Mr and Mrs W B Mason Mr Frank of Somereet have ben visiting his par ents Mr James Pumphrey and wife Mr T M Browning wife and chil dren of Lexington have been visit Ing the of Mr Anderson Miss Florence Harris ho has been visiting relatives In Eldorauu Ark for several months returned home Dr J M Staughtob who has been of Miss Rdrclp Marlrslmrir returned to his libme in Saturday Miss Willie the pop ular music tether of Monticello spent wirh her mother Mrs Bette Burhsltje Misses Mae Lear Llllle V West and Irene attended the party given by Miss Bessie D of Stanford Friday evening Mr Arthur C Mahan a prominent man of WiUIamsburg returned home Wednesday from a visit to eTatives here Dr J D Batson and wile of Indian Territory Mrs asd two children of Lynchburg Va i J t Denman W H I hasbeen ther county Hattie DotyI J her lath Nicholasvi durln Pump ey and bride family SaturdayI the on Be idr tri ttS rson Miss tit Lexington tier le Join guest Covingt the Bessie Humans Yam young ds Marie P edke IL s r have been guests of Mr and Mrs B H Batson Col Burton spent Monday in RichmondMr Ogden of Winchester visited Miss Allis Arnold Sunday Miss Allie Arnold entertained the Daughters of the Confederacy Mon dav afternoon Miss Mary Landram Burnside leaves this week for a visit to her cousin Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington Mrs J A Elsener and baby and Miss Annie Miller have returned to their home in Cbarlston W Va after weeks visit with there Mr and Mrs N Miller Lexington cor Louisville Post Mr and Mrs John Denton entertained Wednesday evening with a dance at their country home in honor of their guests Miss Panline Duerson of Rich mond and Misses Katharine and Denton of Lancaster The many friends of the charming young will be delighted to learn that Miss Marie Joseph was the fortu nate winner of the first prize at a fashiouable gathering New York people and a toast was given to upon her success She will like ly return to Lancaster by first ot after a most enjoyable visit at the metropolis Miss Allis Anderson gave a very afternoon tea on Monday in compliment to her niece Miss Mary Anderson of Gallatin Tenn The house was decorated in palms smilax oars plants The tea table was prettily decorated in red and a handsome collation served Miss Anderson is a charmingly pretty and attractive debutante of Gallatin Atlanta papers announce the marri age of Miss Jennie Pherigo formerly of Lancaster to Mr E B Martindale of that city The ceremony was at the residence of the brides brother Mr Wm S Watson also for merly of Lancaster The bride Is well remembered by our people who wish her much happiness The groom is an instructor machinery atthe Georgia School of Technology Miss Theo Hemphill was a charming hostess at a delightful masquerade party Saturday evening The house was prettily decorated with palms and potted plants Elegant were served Miss Hemphill one of our most popular and attract ve debutantes and was beautifully gowned There was a fashionable crush and the eveninga great success Mr John Mount who spent the holidays with his parents in Lancaster returned home Saturday He Is en gaged with the Nicola Lumber Co of ittsburg and has charge of its bust ness at Arkansas City Ark Mount is a young man who has worked way up in the world his present lucrative anti responsible position speaking for has ability and energy Mr Robt E Hughes secretary of the Kentuckey Exhibit Association spent a few days at home returning to Louisville where he will put in about two months looking after the safe return of exhibits and the up of business connected with the big show He tells us the officers figure on turning back into the state treasury about thirtyfive hundred dollars after all expenses are paid Mr Hughes has several very flatter ing offers from Louisville but has not yet decided upon employment No young man stands higher or is better aquainted with the Louisville business men nor is there one more deserving The following from the Someiset Journal tells of the marriage of a former Lancaster boy and exem ployee of this office Mr Pumphrey a splendid young man industrious sober and reliable in every way Many friends here in his old home extend best wishes for a life full of happiness The Journal says Miss Dunn is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs James A Dunn of Somerset Mr Pumphrey is a young man who came to from Lancaster several years ago and established himself as one of the leading members of the art pre servative He is one of the Journals gentlemanly and accomplished force Miss Isabel and Frank are to be at the home of the bride on Col lege street at eight oclock evening Elder 0 P McMahan will perform the ceremony in the pres ence of a few and intimate friends of the family The happy young couple will spend the holidays with the parents and relatives of the groom at Lancaster and will be at home on College street after New Years day A Prisoner la Her Own House Mrs W H Layha of 1001 Agnes ave Kansas City Mo has forseveral years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough whichshe says Would keep me in doors for days I was prescribed for by clans with no noticeable results A friend gave me part ot a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy with instructions to closely follow thedl rectlons and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice adecid ed change for the better and at this time after using it for two weekshave- no hesitation in saying I realiztbat entirely cured This remedy is for sale by Frisbie Drug Store 1m Trickery in thee pulpit does not make Mruth in the V Loot Hogs iJPr Stable Sat 24 tftfroro 75 to 80 lbs 3 bar of shippers Lawson ford for J W Sweeney to parentS Forest o Kentucky pretty performed refreshments Mrs his is married Wednesday lam 7 Billy several February beautifully winding businesspeople Somerset relatives iphys pews Left December 19af n row Brotrnc return tj A certain tall gentleman with a leonine cast of and resolute bearing and carry InK a large walking cane may he seen frequently mingling with the people on the streets here It is state George T Farris of this clip Itis the purpose of this notice to refer only very briefly to the Senator as a public speaker in which respect he has achieved no mean distinction In fact as the above illustration shows he is a spellbinder from away up the gulch sometimes becoming highly dramatic in the use of language denot ing entreatyscornf defiance or with ering sarcasm On the rostrum he has been known to give rein to imagi nation and invade the domain of fancy at which times his gesticulations and posturing become quite picturesque Nothing pleases the more than HardenNaylor On Wednesday afternoon 21 Miss Bessie Harden and Mr Casey Naylor were quietly married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Harden Rev G W Thomp son officiating Miss Minnie Harder of the bride and Mr Silas acted as attendants The bride wore beautiful black costume Quite a number of friends and relatives were present Immediately after the cere mony Mr and Mrs Naylor left for his home near Lancaster The bride is an attractive young lady and Mr Naylor an industrious young man May their future lives be crowned with is the wish of their many friends BRYANTS VILLE Miss Elizabeth Pettus has to Somerset to attend school Mr Ebb Dickeison of Buckeye was here this week on business Miss Maymee Ballard spent a few days in Lancaster last Mrs Sam Haselden entertained a j number of her relatives at dinner Sunday Miss Allis Dunn has gone back to Lexington after a visit to her Father flr John Dunn Mr John Boner of Mt Sterling was at home this week for a short visit to his mother Mrs Josephine Boner Prof Milton Elliott has returned to Lexington after spending the holidays with his brother Dr Mack Elliott Mr and Mrs Will Glass entertained a number of their friends very pleas antly at a six oclock dinner Friday evening Mr Will Smith has returned from Oklahoma for a short visit He will go back in a short time to take charge of a bank there Miss Mae Robinson gave very pleas ant informal party Friday evening to quite a large number of her friends Itwas one of the most enjoyable events of the holidays Mrs Hannah Sweeney has bought two building lots from Mr C M Jenkins at 800 She will build two handsome residences in the earlv spring which will be quite an addition to Brvantsville One of the most pleasant events in society during the holidays was the dance given last Wednesday evening by Messrs Wilse and Richard Moore Quite a number were present and all had a most delightful time The college boys and girls have returned to resume their studies and our village looks somewhat lonely since their departure Among them were Misses Jennie Burnside Anna Kay Jenkins and Miss Francis Tomlinson Messrs Hogan Ballard Hugh Tomlinson Jacob Steadman speedy Relief A salve that heals without De Witts Witch Salve Norem edy effects such speedy relief Itdraws out incarnation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they dangerous Sold by B E Me Senator Deco J 0 happiness lone weeks bruises DeWitts are 4 1It ew dlstingiiiched looking features Senator Maths savor Hazel IBobgta tl hr to splinter a lance with a worthy foe in parliamentary combat a thing which has frequently occurred on the senate floor of the legislature From such an encounter he has many a time emerged flushed with victory ana aloft in triumph the impaled head of his antagonist His method of pre seating his views upon any particular theme is seldom or never by pleasing blandishments or even by cunning argumentation his facts be assaults and carries the works of the opposition by the sheer force of Irresistible logic He has been the means of having in organic law some wise legisla tive enactments whereby he has himself to his legion of friends and admirers throughout the of Kentucky A Very Close Call I stuck v my engine although jointched and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bella without any appetite and all run down As 1 was about to give up I got a of Electric Bitters and after tak InK it I felt as well as Iever did in my life Weak sickly run down peo pie always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satis No more Stomach Trouble gives the stomach perfect rest by what you eat without thestom achs aid The food builds up the body the rest restores the stomach to health You dont have to diet when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J D Erskine of AllenvilleMich I suffered Heartburn and Stom ach trouble for some time My sister has had the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is in good health I am glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief Sold by R E McRoberts lm Coughs aad Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick y cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflama heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by R E McRoberts Bargains In 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 than cost of buildings etc Estab lished trade now No 2 A large nsw residence with 6 acres of on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on street at No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 one at 83750 very large and desirable one at 3000 All at pricesNo and 1 acres on cheapNoon Dan ville avenue Remarkably low at price 2000 Cottage on water street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or rent figuresNo scales and two store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and fancy goods at a having an established for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store on first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent on the price at can be purchased A No 11 Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land 3f miles town at 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres good land 2 miles from town at 1800 We also have some valuable ty In the limits occupied by col people which prices yltkj 20 per cent on the UK nti We have other farms also Call on Q B Swiaebroad or M D Hughes t I I I bear- Ing characterI- zed embod- Ied endeared Commonwealth Burlington bottle McRobertsDrugStore I bythedi- gesting yourself lm easyterms less RIch- mond Nol rooms Investments of uttat massing every law ton terProperty HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE S i Regular Style Stays 12 In or 6 In apart Special Ho Hone end 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 lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs pigsEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how H will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced MOUNT ELJKIIV AND VEHICLES OP ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 1 R DENHT President JOHN B STORMES Vice S C DENNY Cashier J F Boblnson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and Th nk of 5rJanry- antsville Kentucky practicallyever BUGGIES BU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U Z493 i Preat 2 0 W lI Equipped mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm mgr nrmmmnr- S y 111111111111N111111111111111lI- IO OO00000000 000000000000 O o 0 0 MIII Q M O OO000 0000000006000000C G 000000m0 d fjank LEWIS Y LEAYELL President I tl I III I I I I It+ HI t t t t t It t It I It I tli I t It I J S ROBINSON 1VIce Prest tORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Is SURPLUS iott B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson GO SOUTHWEST I jJ J Walker T M Arnold rU II It 1 I I I I I 11 I I 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 momentum later I Let us give you the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated literature tree t I l II IGHO H LEE G P A9 I Ark I eG11IE9a Acl 1eJal9IOI Rates Southwest Cat Almost las Two eC a 1904 Jai all 17I 1905 Little Rock hle Pass Trat Mgr CYleaR ABuying a pig in a poke is the proverbial expreSsion for aflllru chase of something whose value is unknown No one who buys Dr Golden is I P EV A POKX r Pierces Medical Discvery doubtful value It always helps It g and women who have been cured by the j use of this medicine testify to a perfect restoration of health and strength by v its use 5 Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov and S other organs of digestion and nutrition i It cures dyspepsia catarrh of the stom ach and other forms of disease popularly known as stomach trouble It builds up S the body with firm flesh not flabby fat j About ten years I began to 5p with catarrh stomach diarrhea Was troubled so often that I sometimes gj dies but they gave only temporary gj November thought I try Doctor Pierces Golden Discovery I M bottles and took five in then gj one trouble coming back so took the sixn nd it me I have enjoyed the best of 5p health this summer and the all belongs to vour Medical Discovery I cant purchasing medicine of or almost always cures Thousands of men ery cures diseases of th stomach I tamicted writes Mr Wm Walters of Antrim Mo thought my end had come Tried manyreme six thought I would wait for a time and take the Soon found I had of the So bottle Golden unptOveU 3 s express my many thanks to Dr Pierce for his remedy for it did so me Words cannot express what I suffered the trouble was so severe il Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothingjust as good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs g I FREE Of PIerces Common Sense Medical Adviser is gent FREE C on receipt of stamps to pay expense of railing ONLY Send 21 onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stamps fer the M clothbound volume Address Or R V Pierce Buffalo H Y Jg S SSSSS S1 I r 1 krkrkr krkr sroNE Jeptba Onstott bought a horse from Wm Carter for 7500 Marion Delaney bought of Robert Barker his place for 800 S Sanders has moved into bis new house which is about completed Mike Simpson sold bis crop of tobacco to King at icholasvills at 81 cts Dave Hunter and wife of Ambrose have been visiting the family J II Raney Mrs J T Jackson and sister Beatrice visited G W Anderson Saturday and SundayHarry Wire operator on the Q C road spent Sunday night with L M Mr Crutchfield of Jessamine spent Christmas day with his son L M Crutchfieid Clayton Preston and Ellle Osborn was married at the residence Osborn G W Thompson officiating Mrs Ida Amen closed a very success ful school at Scottsfork She is one of the best teachers in the state and has given entiie satisfaction we hope she will teach our next school Tonic to the SyMeiu For liver troubles and constipation there is nothing better than DeVVitts Little Early Risers the famous little Pills They do not weaken the stom ach Their action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette No use talking DeWitts Little Early Ri sers do their work All other pills Ive used gripe and make me sick in the stomach and never cured me DeWitls Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought after relief They are simply perfect Persons traveling find Little Early Risers the most relia ble remedy to carry with them Sold by R E McRoberts lm DR SID ISBELL OSTEOPATH Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and Examina tionfree All diseases both Acute and Chronic success fully treated see me I I C I of E md Calland S I Crutch field says I Mr John Hicks has moved to Irs farm after completing his new house Mr Harvy Calaway of Texas was here last week visiting his brotherin law S W Creech Mr James Lear from near Richmond has moved in to Mr S PCurtiss house We welcome Mr Lear among us Mr Eddie Baker who went to Illi nois two years ago is here on a visit to his parents Mrs J D Baker Mr Richard Howard has returned to his home at Adams Indiana after spending Christmas with his grand parents Mr and Mrs V A Wheeler Mr J B Curtis has moved to his farm near Hyattsvllle we regret his leav ing and wish for him success in his new home he is a good neighbor and a gentleman Mr Grover II Ross who taught school here last year has gone to Thin villeIndiana to attend college excellent teacher and a gentleman May success crown him where ever he goes Brother A J Pike tilled his regular appointment Freedom church 4th Saturday and Sunday in last month which ended his pastoral year and was unanimously elected to preach the ensuring year Madison Lodge 183 F A M held at Kirksville elected ofllcers the 27 of December to serve the ensu ing year W M II M Boxley S W T E Wheeler J W 0 J Moberlv Secretary J T Long Treas urer S G Estes S D Em i Barns J D C B Turner Steward Tyler Congratulation Mr John II Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the mam facturers 0 f Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding it such a reliable emedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another is that it is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate vou upon the success of your remedy For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m 4 M rand lIe No W P Prewitt aid p NINA dwelling an o I 1EIERCESFAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN 1 L 1U U Seeds I I USED IN YOUR GARDEN THIS YEAR MEAN BETTER QUALITIES AND LARGER RETURNS AWARDED GOLD MEDAL ST LOUI th hirilest Quait Send for our WOOD STUBBS SL CO Seedsmen LOUISVIULE KENTUCKY t e RapeSeedSEE BOOK FOR zgos Mailed free for information EndoTSed best Gardeners u obtainable t DOLLARB President Leo J VAN LAHR E W JEWELL Vice Presidents ONLY ONE rno a f w4 If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to And open an account to which you can add or 8auIiis CO Anysum The PfoY1ellI Balk Is1 See Our NewBooklet i i BY MAlt Sent on Application All accounts In this bank are confiden tial between the bank and the depositor Is added January and July and compounded H I 0 Chamber of Commerce Cincinnati 0 Interest II ftOvmiSUYln TIm Bid MANSE Born to the wife of Mr Jesse Dung a son M issMay me Ramsey visit ing relatives in Stanford Miss Jennie Kavanaugh of your city is visiting relatives here Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been visiting Misses higgins Miss Parthia Royston of Bowling Green is spending the holidays at home Miss Edna Kavanaugh of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Annie Bell BurnsideProtracted meeting is being held at Fdirvievv church conducted by Rev Dodge of Lexington Mrs Lizzie Henderson of Richmond has been spending several days with McCormack Mr and Mrs J II White and little daughter Hazel have been spending the holidays with Capt Doty and family Mr Parker Gregory and family of Madison County has moved into the house recently vacated by Mr Towles Walker and family Borrowed trouble always comes to bideWhen a man has fame he does not know it QUARTERLY REPORT- OF TilE Bank Of Bryantsville AT TIlE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Saturday December 31 1904 2159986 RESOURCES Loans and Discount Overdrafts secured Overdraft unse ured Due from National linukDuo from State Ranks and Hunkers Due from Trust Companies Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Uortgagej USBouda Other Stocks and Bonds Exchange Other Items carried as Coil Furniture and Fixtures Fund to Taxes Current Expenses Last 26393 Give description location value and how all real estate ex cept banking house and lot if owned than five years None LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 750000 Fund Undivided Profit Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits to checklon which interest Is not paid 22005 59 Deposits to ou wnich is paid Demand certificates of itsou which Interest is Time certlficatesof deposits on which interest Saving deposits on which Certified Checks Due National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers outstanding Bills Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid 750000 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of of any stockholder person company or firm the liability of the or liability of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such In exceeds 2o per cent of capital stock actu aly and actual amount of surplus of the bank No How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 eecurtd Hish st amount of of any director or offi cer if amount of such exceeds lo per cent of paidup capital stock of No How is same secured J Djes amount of indebtedness of company or firm including ity the or firm the liability of the indlvid ual members thereof ex ceedSo cent of paid capital and actual surplus No If so state amount such NolWere all expenses losses In taxes deducted declaringdividend than 10 per cent of net of the bank for the period covered by the divi surplusfundwas declared 7 Total State of Kentucky of Garrard ss I J M of Bank of a Bank located and doing business in the dulyspects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 3Ut day of Dee 1904 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that of said Bank has been transacted at the loc lion named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with un the dayou which such report shall be made J M SMITH Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by Jsmith the 2nd of 1905 W A Pet Ins Public in and for state and county aforesaid Bryantsville Commission as Notary Public expires January 2ind 1903 R P BALLARD R H PETIUJ WM ELLIOTTDirectors Accounts are now due and I must have the money Please call and settle at once Sallle DJllletr I I j 4II ii- I hasbeen I Mrs u 2091 256 21 2265 21 for I 71 CO 17U 7t Total 31676 62 I 171 I s 4000 00 then 1 Indebtedness I terest 33676 62 I I ss oRater i I I I I 1 I I I I p S Salile 5 pecie Currency Quarter 6K indebtedness indebtedness 5 I S ALL THINGS ARE HIS vapors storming wind fulfilling His Wonl fsalm cxlvlli All things are ills The fire and snow The summers breeze and winds that blow From Arctic to Antarcllc seas Sinking the costly argosies All all are His All things are His 3 The lares and wheat The hurtful thorn and roseasweet The crawling serpent and he bird That answers hLns with iruslc Ilrred All all are Ills J All things are His The grass and trees The cruel rocks and treacherous seas The lightnings stroke and gentle mini That fills our barns with precious grain All all are His All things are Ills Sweet peace and war The healing balm and ills that scar The foes that God designed to be The mirror of His Deity All all are His And I am His 1 cannot see Why this Involved mystery Of birth and death of 111 and good Lives on beneath the eye of Gull But I am Ills Yes I am Ills And I shall prove Some day that tis not harE but love That governs all things antI shall see The jncovering of lifes mystery For 1 am His Rev George II Fullerton D IX in N Y Observer RELIGION AND SCIENCE The More Wf See of Tills Wonderful Universe the Mure We Allure It Creator Very happily the old antagonism the Christian religion and science has almost entirely passed away scientists and theologians are coming rearer to each other and are becoming workers together in the cot mon field of truth says the United Presbyterian Ultimately there will be an entire accord It is not strange that there has been antagonism Our faith has first to do with the spiritual world but it reaches out into the material for God is in all The interpretation of the revelation given us is necessan ly affected by what we know of the sys tem in which we live The accumula of facts concerning this system modify the interpretation at some ninor points but cannot move the foundation of our faith As both are more perfectly understood they are seen to be in harmony for all knowl edge is consistent and each part throws light on every other part Science is knowledge that which is as certained to be true it is knowledge formulated into a system In the for mation of facts there are conclusion as to the laws governing the ascertained facts as to the origin of things as to the forces at work and the present movement conclusions which may be tentative theories or may be so well sustained by increasing knowledge as to be accepted as true and made the bais offurther investigation What ever is thus established must be ac edited and accepted in the confidence that there is nothing in our faith that is in conflict with them The Holy Scriptures are the revelation of God and the record of His doings and are of necessity in harmony with all that is otherwise learned of the doings of God Science may establish conclusions vhich startle us but as we come to understand them they are simply mys teries solved and our faith itself is not veakened but strengthened thereby The sphere of the revelation is the spiritual world that which is be yond our direct knowledge God and God in His nature works anti redemp tUrn is its great theme God as the everliving everpresent everacting Person Whp is working out His own wise purpose iq human life aQd des tiny Science has to do with His works and ways of working It has to do with present forces and facts with the changes that take place and the laws governing them but it does not enter into the higher greater sphere of GOt Himself except as its conclusions may lead us to a moie profound reverence for Him Increasing knowledge of the world about us and of the chaQges takr log place in it seemed to many to set aside the teachings of the Scriptures and hence there was a conflict one re jecting revelation and the other science But we see more clearly now A different conception of Gods method of working does not take away the fact of His presence and power On the contrary as we enter more into the mysteries of life the more we see of this wonderful universe in which we live the more we adore its Creator whose will and power are seen and praise Him for His love and redemption through the Jer sue His Sqn The religion of Jesus Christ has no word against science it gives its hand to advancing knowledge and a speedy blessing to all investigar tors but reserves the right to their conclusions concerning that which lies outside the sphere of their study I I UFlrealll hall snow and h between limy I 1 I Ion Im everywhere I I Mr Slader la passionate Iy fond cf horses but he loves his wife tooMrs loves he can drive Illustrated Bits BrownYes BrownHe anything I K dI0 I 5 5 Wm Herudon G B winebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Kentucky Office over Stormea drug store r I LL IIII DIREcrronsI M COY R G GUYS J B WOOlS FISHW C D L FRY R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS WOODSE L FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTEREVERY FRIDAY Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKAUD CIRCUIT COURT C R Anderson c Puff vs Israel Huffman c Dft By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1004 in action I will on MONDAY JANUARY 23 1905 publicly in front of the court house door in the City of Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described tract of land in Garrard County Ky and contains 22 Jicres more or less and bounded on the North by the lands of Albert Huffman on the South by Cy Dailey on the V st by Henry Kuhlman on the East by Albert and George Huffman TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to give bond with good and sufficient bearing ti per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity and a lien will also be upon the property sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomlinson Attorney for Plantiff Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKAKD CIRCUIT COURT C C Becker PIll vs Louis Dunn c Dft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1004 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY January 23rd 1905 publicly in front of the court house door in the city of Lancaster Ky to the highest and best bidder sell the following described tract of land lying in Garrard county Ky 011 the Bry antsville and Cane Run Turnpike road and bounded as the North by James Burnside on the South by Lem White on the East by the Bryantsville and Cane Run Turn pike road and on the West by Robert Walker containing one acre nore or less The amount to be raised by this sale is 00 with 6 per cent interest per annum from the 30th day of March 1903 making a total with inter est to day of sale of and the further sum of 29 00 with 6 per cent interest from August 3rd 1901 mak ing a total with interest to day of sale of 835041 and the further sum of the costs of this action amounting to the sum of 8793 makintr a total of debts interest and costs of 233 85 TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with good se curity will be required 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 judg ment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is paid M ROTHWELL Master Oomr Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomlinson Atty for pill ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work MJN LAUNDRY 51 W Main hones 202 T H 1 s t Wa2Slw i I theaboe styled payable retained 100 SitTLOG SilO 88 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATSlOO bottle contains 24 times the trial size which sells for 50 cents E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILlI For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K DYSPEPSIA CUR The PRPASEO ONLY AT LASORATORY OP i rr 4h THE SW llio G C Paris 1 G Dentist Office over Thompons store si l ip I E LWoods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITA l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 I Cash tk t Commenced Business July I9OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance III LAND for SALE tnckk river at lock No 8 Twenty acres in bluegrass balance in cultivation Good Possession immediately E D I6t Bourne Ky Special Notice y On account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home to all residents of Garrard Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the office at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Extracted 25c Amalgam and White Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and White 75c Gold Fillings 1 and up Gold Crowns 4 large 5 The best set of teeth that can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed I V H HOBSON TDerLtist Richmond Ky i TKLEMIONK Ko 4 Haas Hog REMEDY I vlll sell 121 acres of land lying on Keu dwell- Ing SON i I D As a Cure As a Fata As a Cash all hogs that die when fed this emedy Call on druggist for lree biok and particulars Pre iYe paidor F P IS 11 TraI sJLeave I Lancaster I TIme lu effect 16Nov Winchester Lexlngl No10 i ton Louisville Cynthia 5U 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