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THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 13 1905 jFUTEENTIC YEW NUMBZB sa a r T l 4 4 GOODS just received from St j Louis and while there J purchased car load i of Bath Tubs Closets and Lavatories from KI Worlds Fair buildings i These goods arc the very best made and we i will sell them fur 50 E per cent less than new goods Car will about Dec 15 Sec B these goods and save g moner PLUMBING Iii I ifl I 1S i a I if- iI J R J j llASBhbN i t I s anti e Y p L DAVIDSON Attorney At Lan Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Rolling oft a Log to furnish your house if you buy from us oi the plan WE DONT CROWD YOU- but make terns you can easily meet AT LOW PRICES Successors Bcazley Co Having sold my store and in order to reduce stock I will make Refactions for time 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 begins at once ask to have goods as every tiling will be sold cash or such produce as I sell for cash R L JENNINGS Paint Lick Ky R I as Easy AS I EVERYTHINGIn Hamilton to JA TifilI II I S D I I fjIt char led Per I X C OOOO II fIts installment i S Dunlap Web ill I t Y r rn Local Notes Snow Ice rain and sleet have fur nished food for the grumbler this week II V Elliott State Evangelist of the Christian church for state of Ken tucky will preach at New Antioch at 1030 a m on 4th Sunday Improvement On Paper Ilarisford Co have been improvements on their Som Republican and the paper ranks the top notchers They know to p tnt a good paper and always out just that kind Supervisors The county supervisors are still In session and will likely increase certain lists of property notwithstanding the work of assessing was faithfully done by Messrs T and T M Austin The board consists of W S and T B Walker A R Denny T B Robinson Thomas Dunn and Nathaniel Bobie Captain Improving The veteran typo Mexican Veteran and mainstay in The Record olive Capt Franklin Jackson White who has been confined to Ins room fur several weeps by illness is much improved and if the weather would permit would be at his case in the ollice The first question asked by all who come to the ollice is Wheres the Captain Capt Price Hurt About two weeks ago while assist ing in switching in the Lancaster yard Capt Phil Price injured one of his legs It grew worse and he has been tined to his bed ever since Ile is one of the best and cleverest conductors on travelers and shippers will be glad when he can his run During his layoff Capt Ben Parker is tickets on Nos 21 and 22 Creates Business A merchant in a neighboring town states that ins advertising last year cost hun 24 cents for every worth of goods sold He used a half page for his business announcement each week and says as long as people read newspapers he will advertise man possessed of a good head Just as soon as merchants begin to look upon advertising as a branch of the business which requires as mucn care as any part of it then will advertising pay Honesty force originality and persistency in advertising makes it a paying business Ex The Best Route West Traveling Passenger Agent Jolly of the Frisco Rock Island Systems was here this week arranging for tickets fora large party of people going to California and other Western points These lines constitute the principal route to the West as they make the quickest time furnish the safest and must comfortable equipment and give you the cheapest rates The Record will give its personal testimony as to foregoing statements and If you or any of your friends contemplate a trip we will take great pleasure in telling you about it Louisville And The State As the resolution quoted below was offered by the editor of The Record we reproduce the following editorial from the Louisville Times The following resolution was adopt ed unanimously at yesterdays session of the Kentucky Press Association Whereas The Commercial Club and business men of Louisville have done so much work to advance the interests of not only there home city but the entire State and have shown their determination to bring before the business world the many resources and natural advantages of Kentucky belt Resolved That we the members of the Kentucky Press Association pledge them our most earnest assistance and will put forth every effort to help them in their noble undertaking Resolved That we further manifest stir appreciation of their work by bringing before the merchants of our respective localities the splendid wholesale markets of the city of Louisville and urge them to give their orders to these enterprising Kentuckians instead of sending their money to strangers in distant cities Without question the country press is the strongest force in the State for the eradidation of local prejudice the overthrow of sectional narrowness the of broad ideals of civic growth and the inauguration and maintenance of all movements looking to the present welfare and future vancement of the Commonwealth Louisville has long recognized that success In her fight for commercial su premacy in the South is dependent in chief measure on the cooperation of the State press and the adoption of the resoluton of yesterday is in itself a cause for fresh and lasting encour agement in an effort that will not be abandoned short of well won fulfill ment But wIllIe recognizing in full the character of the assistance offered Louisville desires that the membersof the Kentucky Press Association shall realized fully the understanding on her part that her interest and those of the State are one and that wherever and whenever the Ity presents itself she stands ready and willing to do her share toward making Kentucky in all things great makingS t II Robinson conc the road and resume 100 Theresa inculcation OppOl tun I C the ads a The Masonic Lodge worked in the Fellow Craft degree Tuesday evening and will have work at each meeting for some time to come Policeman Slier has been instructed to wage war on the depot loafers and is doing good work in ridding the place of the gang so annoying to the public Commissioner Mort Roth well Beddow Morrow Sam Duncan and others are catching mighty big fish around thestoves long cold nights Burgulars made an unsuccessful to enter the store of Moupt Elkin Saturday night Load the old musket as much of this devilment is going on in Central Kentucky If you wish to see a good show drive to Stanford tomorrow Friday night and see Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde at Waltons house Telephone Ed Walton and have seats reserved Important W C T U Meeting The Record is requested to call to all members of the W C T U to a very important meet iug to be held next Saturday after noon at the usual hour All are urged to be present Sheriffs Settlement W L Lawson who has made one of the best sheriffs this county ever had has settled the state taxes for 1904 amounting to 24230 C A Arnold his efficient deputy has aided materially in the good work in that department for the present term Mr J R Payne who once lived here died in Mercer county lIe was a mem her of the Lancaster Tent of the Mac and paid his dues here Record Keeper Jacob Joseph took his widow draft for 1000 a few days since It was paid promptly alter death proofs were sent to the home ollice Was Raised In Lancaster News has been received of the death of Mrs Theresa Gill George Williams which occured at St Joe Mo last week She was born in Lancaster and moved to the West about fifty years ago She was eighty years old ann widely related in Lancaster at one time The remains were burled at St Joe Of Some Benefit to Community It took two people to carry the big lot of Job work The Record office just turned out for the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick Cashier Kemper was in a hurry for the work and it in the bank in almost less time than it takes to tell Drummers for city concerns visit the Peoples Bank and tell the usual tale about cheaper work but it is not a cheaper and its management is enterprising and public spirited enough to patronize home industries About Advertising The advertising proposition all re solves itself into this People in your community are thinking about your goods this very minute They need them and will buy tomorrow You need not attempt to rouse them by bizarre methods for they are already What the public wants of you is a clear statement of what you have to offer The statement may If nothing more than a price it helps in making decisions Simply say what there is to say in your favor Say it briefly if possible Say no more Say it through the newspa pers Printers Ink Profitable Meeting The midwinter meeting of the Kentucky State Press Association was held in the Council Chamber Louisville Friday and Saturday Their meetings are for the purpose of discussing business pertaining to newspaper work as well as talking over affairs of interest to the states developement and general There are no knockers present and every suggestion for the building up of Kentucky is freely looked into so the editors may work together in bringing the matter before the people While the Association accepted the invitation of theLouIsville Commercial Club to take dinner at the Louisville Hotel yet this was a meeting for the discussion of the points named above more than for social purposes At this meeting the leading bankers merchants and lawyers met the editors and after several speeches some time was given to mingling together and becoming better acquainted That this will redound in good for the city of Louisville business man will readily see It is the purpose of the State Press Association to meet with business of the state and work with them in an effort to bring capital into Kentucky to get capitalists here who will put their money into that bring good to all men who not only know how to push improve ments but also know how to treat the public and are not so narrowminded and mean as to think only of own are trifling hides That new life new enterprises and progress are bound to crop out in Kentucky especially here in Central Kentucky no close observer of affairs will deny That there is need of institutions who will get these is by tile enterprising citizens pushing and in a move they will have the most support of every editor in Kentucky traveling lack Stormes K o T M waS It belong or short I building up then everybodyorwa rd Master attempt opera attention institution Interested every enterprises then suc There will be a special service at Christian church Sunday morning at 1045 at which time there will be a setting apart of church officers Rev Morris Evans at one time principal of Garrard Female College died last week at Sulpher Springs Texas lie leaves a widow His son Maj Harry Evans died several years ago Marriages Marriage licenses were issued recently to G M Green and Miss Armelda Napier Henry Dunn and Miss Sarah GoInS and John A Eason and Miss Pearl Barker If you have no bank account with the Provident Savings Bank Trust Company of Cincinnati Ohio thats your fault This bank receives of the and poor and gives both the same accommodatsons Send for their booklet and open an account without delay Its to your welfare Memorial Services As Thursday the 19th is the aniver sary of the birth of Robert E Lee the Lancaster Chaptpr Daughters of the Confederacy will hold memorial services at the residence of Mrs Alex Doty at 2 oclock P M An is extended to the public to attend W C T U Library Lancaster has long wanted a Public Library Now we have one growing all the while Below is a list of books lately received This is not a complete list by any means only the last books addedA of New France Fran cis Crowley A Singular Life Mrs Burnett A Lady of Quality Mrs Bur nett Blennerhassett Charles Pidgin Cudjos Can Trowbridge Caleb West F Hopklnson Smith Tom Grogan F Hopkinson Smith Like Another Helen George Horton Rock Haven Charles Munn Uncle Terry Charles Munn Miss Petticoats Dwight Ilil ton Under The Rose Frederick Is ham The Misissippi Bubble Hough Quincy Adams Sawyer Charles Ralph Marlow James Naylor The Sign of the Prophet James Nay lor The Girl at The Halfway House Hough Peggy ONeal Alfred Lewis Darrell of the Blessed Isles Irving Bacheller The Silent Pioneer Lucy McElroy The Uncalled Paul Dunbar When Wilderness was King Randall Parrish My Lady of the North Parrisb Boots and Saddles Mrs Custer The Captain of the Grey Horse Troupe Hamlin Garland Eve on Lonesome John Fox The Substitute Will Harben The Castaway Hallie Ermine Rivers Virgillius Irvin Batcheller The Rose of Old St Louis Mary Dillion That Printer of Urdell Harold Bell Wright The Silent Places Edward White tie That Eateth Bread With Me Mitchell Keays Geoffrey Strong Laura Richards Lorraine Chambers The Misdemeanors of Nancy Hoyt By The Fireside Dr Wagner LitMe Rivers VanDvke Great Books as Life Teachers M Hillis Optimism Helen Keller Richly Deserves To the Editor of The Times Noting the action of the trustees of the library in electing a manager the slightest desire to detract from Mr Yust I am taking advan tage of the opportunity to express as a citizen the regret that Arthur Ford should be denied any preferment which he might seek This is done without any special Intimacy with Mr Ford and is said because of his watch ful interest in public affairs and what Arthur Ford is and what he has done Whatever other men might have done it is a that Ford is the one man who hasjichieved anything credit table to Kentucky in the Worlds Fair accounts rich Invitation Pidgin Chritmas fact S Randall public without A Y FORD exhibits from 1893 to the present time Chicago was a wretched narrow minded failure New Orleans no better Buffalo nothing St Louis ad mirable and what was done at St Louis has gone down to the credit of of the Commonwealth and this credit is due chiefly indeed almost entirely to the intelligent direction ability tactful businesslike of Arthur Ford seconded by a most admirable secretary Ford is deserving of honor from his State in the unshelfish untiring way in which he has wjth the help of Robert E Hughes done credit to Kentucky B CASTLEJIAN Car load scrap iron Also car load phone 20 executive- r Wanted paidt2t management Haselden Robinson have placed high plank fence between the Engine House and Court House The hosiery now is not so attractive on windy days A Curious Remedy An exchange says that a watch placed under alien will break her from setting It is said that several poul try raisers have purchased the gersoll watches and have used them for this purpose and it works likecharm They say the hen thinks the ticking of the watch is the chicks breaking the shell of the eggs Lowell and Paint Lick Public Schools What are we going to do about our schools The Lowell school house is now hardly fit for bats and owls and we learn the Paint Lick house on the Madison side is not much better As the old negro preacher said Breth ren we can preach sing pray squirm and squirm but ye got to do some thing We know the majority of peo ple are waiting the Graded School but we are a goodygoody kind of people out here and hesitate when we have to vote a tax on some big corporation or several rich farmers that now have their children educated and care nothing more for others The laws of Kentucky say for all to pay school tax 1 am a taxpayer and I squirm right sharp every time I pay my taxes but I am a strong advocate for the graded schools And why because I know they are theschools for the They are run the best and by far the cheapest school we can possibly get I lived in Lancaster and paid my school taxes for years and sent at one time five children to school and my never exceeded 450 for ten months term 1 have now signed two little fellows to a five mouths pri vate school and have to agree to pay 25 00 Mrs Engleman tells me her schooling for two children with music will cost her close to 4000 Her fcaooling in a graded school if we should levy the extent of the law which is 50cts to the 10000 would only be 500 for a ten months term William Hurt has four children which if he sends to the private school would cost him 50 00 for five months which would only cost 300 for a ten months term and lots of others in the same proportions Now must we to the private schdol or tear down the old traps of school houses and vote a tax for new houses and try the old public schools which every body is not worth a boubee or have the Graded School I dont care where the building is located either on the Madison or Garrard side or out in the country I am for the Graded School I C Rucker display- of 11n people t txes send admits Pettus Bros are selling their large stock of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps etc at cost for cash 4t Fork over what you owe pay for what you git and dont ax for credit Pettus Bros 4t These will be preaching at the church next Sunday morning by the pastor Rev W D Welburn Master Richard Pettus has been relatives in Somerset Mrs Mae Steadman and daughter Ophelia are visiting relatives in FrankfortMr Noe and family from near Danyille have moved into the house formerly occupied by Mr Frank Montgomery the latter having moved to the country While returnining from the Masonic meeting Monday evening Dr Ben Swope was accidentally thrown from his horse breaking several ribs He is Improving acd we hope to see him out again in a short time Dickerson Bros have bought of B G Mullins his entire stock of notions and groceries and will run their busi ness on a larger scale the coming year Mr and Mrs Will Glass Sr the fortythird anniversary of their marriage Sunday It was a family reunion and was enjoyed very much by every one present Mr Colby T Jenkins was in George town last week Last Tuesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Berkele a mostenjoyable tacky party was Several lames were played and every one spent a very delightful eve ning A substantial supper was served Two prizes were given being won by Misses Katie Patton and Lillian Leav ell Among the guests were Misses Bessie Bolton Annie Perkins Mayme Ballard Mittie Dunn Mae Robinson Altle and Mattie Boner Joe Helen and Wadelee Maret Messrs Oscar and Harvey Patton John Smith Richard and Clint Moore Walker Burnside Charley Robinson Price McGrath Will Marksburjtf Hayden and Tom Dunn Tom Chesnut and Robert Rout Mr Price McGrath entertained about thirty of his friends at a dance very pleasantly Thursday evening It was one of the most enjoyable events yet given and every one had a most de lightful time Will pay llcts for good fat young tukeys delivered II B Northcott 113tf Having decided to quit the dairy business will sell several nice fresh milk cows F M Campbell 113tf UYANfS VILLE vis- Iting Methodist celebrated givens Banks Elect Directors At the annual election cf directors the following gentlemen were chosen for the National Bank A R Denny A C Robinson W H Kinnaird J E Stormes S D Cochran The following were elected at the Citizens Bank Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Until the Spring clothing season opens 1 can he found at J M Roth wells in Stormes BlocK orking real estate and Life Insurance I will be with Jacob Joseph in Merchant about March 1st where I hope to meet my old friends t M D Hughes The undersigned will act agents for several leading Merchant Tailoring Houses during the coming season They will have experts from fashion circles to take measures and they guarantee satisfactory fits prices and quality They have facilities equal to anv and superior to many Their friends and the public generally are requested to remember thisand see their immense display of samples in the store of The Joseph Mercantile company when the spring season opens Errors are committed by all but they will make everything satisfactory in a suit that will suit without a law suit 3t Jacob Joseph H D Hughes We always have the best grade of coal for salecheap for cash Red Ash Jellico East Tennessee Jelllco Semi Cannel Brilliant Blackbear New Diamond Wilton When your coal dealer is ont call us up and you will get the best coal brought to this mar ket H B Northcot phone 26 Leavells old stand 2t Selfishness is the heart of sin The fussy are never effective Obedience is better than oblation Revenge is sweetest when renounced Mercies multiply as we measure themGiving happiness is the only secret of getting it Character is the only true culture Good cheer is half of good courage Sins of the imaginations are more than imaginary sins A mans love for God may be by his life for men You can hardly expect to get firs out of a cold storage religion- A principal hung upon the wall may be worse than none at all The man who is looking for a chanca to be grateful is never without one A Card New Firm measured Tailoring 2 A GREAT OF In order to our Immense stock of 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 bes Clothing that money can buv If you are in need of a Suit or an Ov ercoat you should call at once before your size is sold Terms Strictly Cash H SLOGAN 9 I lAHAN SAl clean up III I t I MtBARGAINS l z d SUITS OVERCOATS I e u- ii r 4 COME Right Now If you want a heating stove at a Big Bargain See our hall stoves Stoves for the sitting room Stoves for the bed room Stoves for the dining room Electric Ranges for the kitchen Large line of cooking stoves any kind you may want I AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesReme- mber we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros and I II and ROBINSON J uWuPW BUGGIES n jUjUl lUlUj1 jUjUlU UjUjUlUlU lUj1 jUjUjUl j j1 jUj jU w iirnnrmnrni irmnnnnimnrnrmmnrnrnnvmnr nrnrnnn facilities LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I J S ROBINSON Vice I I I I I I I I t tt 11 I IIII t Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of R KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashs C D Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garelul Attention DIRECTORS Leavell i S Robinson B F Hudson J J M 11111 ill I II I I III I 11111IIII 1111 To r Business Community We extend the dations of a Strong and W Equipped Th II r antsvil1e lentucl I t L4NCASTJ ttooeo WALKER Lewis Y Walker T Arnold Th4 aceomo 3ank d 1bank o Ar CENTRAL RECORD JssiuetL Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office Lancaster Kyt a SecondClass Mail Hatter I Lancaster Ky January 13 1905 The superintendent of public in struction is quite right when he says that the teachers of the state espe clally those in the country districts need more pay The requirements of the country school are now much more exacting than they used to be They have been graded regular courses are followed and they are ex petted to equip the pupils for high schools and other advanced institu tions It follows necessarily that more is demanded of the teachers They must have a broader education than and must also have special train The standard should be still nigher than now but as it is all who expect to devote any time to teaching are obliged to spend years and money in preparation for the work Natural ly those who do this desire proper compensation and those most capable among them refuse to continue in the service if they do not get it Low salaries for teachers mean the survival in the ranks not of the fit test but of the least fitted The others drift to cities where the wages are better if not adequate to private institutions or into other callings This should not be so Teaching is a profession which should be dignified by suitable recognition and no is so forcible or satisfactory as increase of pay Education is the great bulwark of this country the thing on which our national greatness is founded It is the one thing of all others which should not be cheapened in any way yet we are paying our teachers wages that day laborers would decline It will not do a must The searchlight which Thomas Lawson has thrown on the corrupt stock companies and fatted of the East has met with approval Some think that lie should be the next president Others say that he is the Moses to lead the people out of the bondage of financial corruption as manifested by deals made by certain unscrupulous stock companies The people have known for a time that they were being but they didnt know before just how it was done The National Forestry Convention is a move in the tight direction The removal of timber has caused our long droughts and change in climatic con ditions The dry districts in the West where there is do timber proves this A heavily timbered country is never a dry country Besides this clusters of trees are desirable and beautiful These and other considerations should induce every man and woman to plant a tree The frequency of elections causes continual strife and a marked in the commercial world It is believed by many that we had better have longer terms of olllce thereby having fewer elections Indeed it is urged that we have too much liberty that our institutions are in danger and that we had better steer between a Constitutional Monarchy and a republic The young artist who returned a medal given for a picture exhibited by him at the St Louis fair on the ground that it was not worth a medal may have been actuated by a spirit of modesty but the chances are that he was not averse to the free ad sure to result The sleeping car companies have to prosecute a relentless war against microbes The passenger will then have only the porter to contend with Contests for postoftices with long lines of candidates in pursuit of the coveted prizes bring a flavor of old times and make Kentucky seem quite like herself again The story that Russia had a great navy has been punctured Likewise the navy Forgiveness Just a word makes all the difference in your life as the Louisville Herald expresses it It is the word Human it is to err but divine to forgive The word forgiveness is borrowed from heavens vocabulary Every time pronounced and it lifts clouds from life and fringes the highway with lilies Not a man or woman out but can give Joy to another by uttering it Words are assurely of good deeds Just a good word here and there as we move along our dally journey will make our valuable and happy It is impossible for a man to be happy without making others so It is impossible for a man to be happy without making his happiness manifest in speech One word we must leave ever unsaid the word that plants a thorn in a brothers side Found a Cure for Indigestion- I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and I have used many different I am nearly years of age and have suffered a great deal Iron indigestion I can eat almost anything I want to now George W Embry Rock Mills Ala For sale by Frisbles 1uoii1oi 100 per i ling recognition reform corporations general robbed disturbance liberal decided forgiveness reciprocated instruments remedies formerly come- rS lives fifty one its avN rx to Arrest FOP Murder On receiving a description of two men who passed through Pecos last week and who were at work with the P work train up at San Martine the sheriff at Oklahoma City wired J Y Leavell to arrest the men at that he wanted them for murder and also wired the names of the men Mr Leavell with Will Swank and W II Drummond went up San Martine on the passenger night and arrested their men trouble and returned to Pecos and placed them in jail Tuesday night of the parties who were when arrested admitted knowing that his partner was wanted in Okla homa but that he did not know what for and both acknowledged that they were the parties wanted but still that they did not know what for Butte had pistols in the sleeping car and after being arrested one of them attempted to throw away acorn bination purse but was seen and the purse brought along as probable evi dence The murder for which they are wanted is said to be one of the most foul ever committed in the ter ritory The Oklahoma officers Sheriff OBrien and Jailer Capshaw arrived at noon today and will leave tonight for Oklahoma with their prisoners Of Fort Worth They gave a sjiort history of the crime for which these men are wanted and it was most atrocious The older of the two had an old uncle who was supposed to have quite a sum of money with whom he and his family lived The nephew sent his family to Tennessee and about a week later he and his partner left for parts unknown but the crime was not discovered until some time later a dog brought the old mans head to the house and a search was institu ted The balance of the remains were found buried very shallow near the house The nephew was seen in the spot where the body was found on the day before lie and just after the old man was last seen alive Examination develops that the victim had been shot in the back with a shot gun and beheaded The motive is supposed to havo been robbery but with the exception of a three months pension allowance of 24 per month which he had just re ceived all of his money was in a bank The officers think that the younger of the two men may have had no hand in the actual commission of the crime but was cognizant of the whole and say that while the evi dence is circumstantial it is very con clusive also that if these men had been at hand when the whole ghastly affair was brought to light they would more than likely have been disposed of on short notice Pecos City Tex Times Mr S P Curtis bought of Ed Black a nice saddle mare for S10000 All the new cisterns in our town art filling up and water is no scarcity now Jl r B M Ross near here scld at Richmond court day one pair mules fur 17500 Most all our neighbors have sold their tobacco at from 10 to per pound Paint Lick creek has commenced running again afteralong rest during the droutn Forrest Ross Howard Logan and Willie Wheeler of this place have gone to Berea to attend school there W H Furr bought a hog of Abe Faulkner for 3 00 Sampson Archer sold two fat hogs to J C Fox for 425 a hundred Miss Myrtle Corraney is visiting friends and relatives in Stanford Will Coldiron sold three hogs L Lawson for 84 00 a hundred W H Furr bought a cow and two calves from Jim McQuerry for 3050 Rev A C Baird has been holding a meeting at Lowell assisted by Rev Owens Tom Manning lias moved into one of John Tankersleys houses from Whitley countyLou bought a load of corn from W M Lawson for S200 a W H Furr bought a load from same at the price Mr Wm S Crane or California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago lie was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it effected a com plete cure For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m It is one thing to work up your sen timents and another to work out your salvation Sported liar Vcauir Harriet Howard of 209 V 34th st New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes Iliad Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Our victories depend on how we take our defeats Speedy Itcllcf A salve that heals without is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem edy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflauiation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles und skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by R E Me Roberts lm 1 T once Monday without One separated protested byway digging disappeared procedure NINA to- W ascar i 3 I S Sheriff liken FLATWOOl band game 4 4 r i Business and Bargains Chicken feed for sale Banks Hudson Flowers 1118tf Cut Flowers Ed CjGaines 1118 Closing Out We have big bargains in every line tf Thompson tine Jeweler I Roses Chryanthemums and Carnations Ed C Gaines 11 18 For Sale or Rent Your accounts and notes areduc we are closing out and must settle up the Thompson the Jeweler tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order tile Home Journal 10 21 tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the 25tf Smith Currey Agts Custom Grinding Bring your corn and get some good Banks Hudson Fire Sale Our entire stock of Groceries and Queensware must be sold at Lancaster Grocery Co The operations of this Bank are the and of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Corn Crush Bring in a load and get something high clays to feed Banks The wrappers on our canned goods are all that is damaged You are not expected to eat the wrapper Lancaster Grocery Co Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cnt my timber 1 will cut fence posts telephone poles etc S e or address ma at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry A desirable Residence adjoining the property of Cald well Female College in Danville A rare bargain terms call on cr address S W fee DanvilJe Ky 3c Railroad Tickets For Sale Two first class tickets to Oklahoma also extending 150 miles beyond sell at a bargain if called for immediately Ring phone 100 or address box 156 tf Having sold my stock of goods to be invoiced Jar 20th 1 will make some very low prices on Overcoats Ladles Cloaks and Skirts heavy Underwear Boots Shoes Clothing Buggy Robes Rugs Guns etc is the time to buy It L Jennings 1223 The W C T U Library is opened every Tuesday night for exchange of books Why not give your friend a membership and thus unable him to get tke benefit of gooTl literature The cost is small tf Notice We are still in the coal business1 and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best Vanderpoolblock715 tf T Williams Sons Best Paper For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in favor eve 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 21tf Sanatary Goods From St Louis While recently visiting the Worlds Fair I purchased a car load of bath tubs wash bowls and toilets from the State buildings These goods were of the finest grade as buildings were the home of the best people from the respective state I can place these in at a sav ing of 50 per cent solici ted J Rllaselden 4t I will pay for information in regard to evidence that Elijah Bias or Byers of Co C 124th Kentucky Volunteers was sick in the during the civil war Any member of said Company or other soldiers know ing any tiling in regard to this write to Mrs Fannie Artcs 910 E Franklin street Crawfordsville Ind and re ceive payment l132t As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are cuing to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it OlOtf u Ed C Gaines Simpsons PossessIon once under I For Sale I Notice 1 tate yu eSldence Ion I buyers I I l w F City tl1t ore l 5 I AlI Also to Crush Corn for Stock am in the market for k and see me at the old lobe t Leavell stand Try my Cow j Feed its better and cheap Sjaa than ship tufF Any class of Feed you may need GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Ready for Business i I am prepared to Grind yourCorn into Table Meal j OUR AFTER of fine I China Silver Gut Glass EtcJy We will for the next ten days sell these goods at absolute P- j COST Now is your opportunity to get these goods at a rare i bargain They are all new and the very highest class goods ever brought to Lancaster There is no old stock to work M- gj but every thing this years goods Come at once and get y H you a bargin H m 1 IK i T f I HempEtc t I J 1 i Banks Hudson r G 4 v l fQ 4 Holiday Sal6 I I off b r W I FRISB f DRUG STR1E If you need a or any Books remember we have full line of them c Having concluded to quit business we offer for sale our metalclad store house with ware house barn chicken house etc in the town of Br3antsville Ky Also our stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Felts Rubbers Drugs Medicines Groceries Hardware Hats Caps and every thing kept iu a first class General Store Bryantsville Kentucky 1 New Ledger t S Blank M6Rob6rts Drug StOf6 j IAG I t I jj I I r r f S1O PETTUS ROS J ff f gOldWagons H SEE OUR STOCK OF M Fine Winter Very Cheap H WNow is the time to buy a BUGGY CHEAP m rlli 8rn IBuggyRobes t t Elmore O 1IRomans riflii r iHaf 8jrIJf m iii mJ r Q 1 n x n Get in the Habit of visiting JOSEPH COMPANY TEN DAYS SALE SATURDAY JANUARY the 14th 1905 OF HAMBURGS Lot No All these cts Lot No 2 at Sets Lot No 3 at 9ots Lot No 4 at 19cts are as you know worth much more money These Prices Last for Only 10 Days Will also sell a special line of at Five ets per Yard All Winter Goods are now sold at a Sacrifice as we positively will not carry them over EIIV JjaJ Vm ffr5S VJt v f 3 v 7 f TEE MChNTILE r BEGINNING I LOTS NEWH oa 1 at 3 goods 4 Laces i JO1SEPH MERC CO I 1IIUIIIr 1a r s FOUR i 4- Vaiencin4s Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Vi Are In Mr Owen Shugars is in Louisville for a few days J I Hamilton returned to Missis sippi this week Mr Joe Ilaseldcn of Louisville has been here for a few days As we co to press the condition of Dr II C Herring is much improved Mr John Anderson of McKinney is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Til lettMrs George Ballew of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs Arch Kava nuugh Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin have gone to DeLand Fla to spend the winterMisses Bertha and Mary Burnside have been visiting Miss Woods of StanfordMisses Minnie and Annie Cotton f Danville have been guests of MES Lena Rigney Mrs A II Bastin and son Henley hive returned from a few days visit to Cnb Orchard Krs W R Marrs of Knoxville has beer visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Anderson MrT M Ward left Saturday for Misshsippi where he will dispose of a car lod of mules Vr all Mrs Sam ITasclden are ove the arrival of a little son christen J R Haselden Miss Miry Landram Burnside leaves this weekfor a visit to her cousin Miss Genaunlap of Lexington M r Leandr Davidson very Peopl eeI 1 r 11 f 11 r John i rejoicing continues 4 ill Mr and Mrs Z T Rice of have been at his bedside Mrs Louis Lnndram will leave for a visitrto her sister Mrs A II Rice of Louisville Mr and Mrs G B Swinebroad are congratulations over the arriv al of a little son christened Stephen Marrs Swinebroad Miss Mary Anderson who has been visiting her grandparents Mr John Anderson and wife has returned to her home in Gallatin Tenn Miss Theo Hemphill who spent the holidays with her parents in this city returned Tuesday morning to her studies at Cheve Chase College Wash ington City Miss Hemphill by her gracious manner and sweet disposition has won a place in the hearts of not only Lancasters society folk but the older people as well and is greatly missed Her beauty and accomplish ments have won much attention in the social circle of Central Kentucky and she has been the recipient of mny compliments Mr John Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the o 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 began 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 time We have five children and have given it to all of them with One good feature of tub 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 vau upon the success of yo ir remedy For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m I I I II Cullum goodresults I Richmond Saturday receiving Con ratsslnllons manufacturers that aiAUKSUUUY Mis Puss Ilarlan is very sick Robert Fox was in Danville Monday Mrs Sallie Fox entertained a few friends Friday Mrs Margaret Naylor is visiting in this community Mrs M F Rout gave an elegant din ing Wednesday Mrs Icie Kemper and Miss Nora Clark are reported ill C A Robinson bought of Hiram Col her 2 calves for 2500 Mr George Aldridge has rented the property of M G Aldridge Mrs Ben Hughes of Lancaster is i iting her mother Mrs Margaret SuttonMrs J W Woods entertained the Ladies Working Society Thursday afternoonMr Mrs Richard McGrath enter tained the young people by giving them a dance Rev J L Owens of McKinney a good practical sermon at the Fork Sunday Mr Jonah Marsee has moved to his new home which he purchased from II D Aldridge Misses Sallie and Lee Herring and Fleece Herring attended the hop giv en by Miss Katharine Moore at Camp Dick Robinson Millard Rout while putting up a stove pipe lost his equilibrium and fell Mr Mark Goins has moved into the house just vacated by Mr Kinnaird Bourne Mr Goins purchased the property from Mr Will West of Lan castsr II D Aldridge has located in Stan ford where he expects to make his future home Mr Aldridge is a fine allround man a good workman and a splendid citizen He has always lived around here and friends regret to see him leave A Prisoner In lies Own Ho Mrs W H Layha of 1001 Agnes ave Kansas City Mo has for several years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in doors for days I was prescribed for by physi clans with no noticeable results A friend gave me part ot a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy with instructions to closely follow the and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice a change for the better and at this time after using it for two weekshave no hesitation in saying I realize that l am entirely cured This remedy is for sale by Frisbie Drug Store 1m Lost Hogs Let my stable Sat December 24 193J weight from 75 to 80 lbs 3 bar row shoats bought of shippers Brown Reward for return J WSweeney escapIng I his 4 Lawson delivered directions decided w PAINT LICK Little Bernice Champ has been quite Sarah Spurlock is some better at this writing Mr Finley Davia has gone to to go into business Miss Willie Gomerly of Richmond is visiting Mrs Sue Wallace Mrs Pattie Engleman is visiting her brother J W Adams of Donerail Mr C Shumate is gradually growing weaker and is not expected to live Mr Alec Francis of Corbin was the guest of Mr and Mrs James Francis Dr C A Fish of Frankfort has been spending several days with homefolk Messrs Will West and Wynn have bought the stock of goods of R L Jen ningsThe I M E of this place gave a concert at Kirksville last Thursday nightMisses Viola and Nora Preston of Louisville were the guests of Misses Alma and Mary Lear Mrs Mary EGalloway of Lexington has been the guest o f her parents Mr and Mrs W C Fish Misses Kate and Forest Denton who have been visiting relatives in Lexing ton have returned home Mr Henry Riddieburgher has been to Richmond on a visit We wonder what the attraction is up there Mrs Pattie Englemans meat house was robbed the other night of a whole beef with the exception of one ham The Rogers Brothers have taken possession of their livery stable and have some very nice horses and bug gies Mr and Mrs Young were remembered by the members of Newhope church very nicely Xmas for which they re turn their sincere thanks At the annual election o f Paint Lick Lodge Free and Accepted Ma sons the following otlicers were elect A Conn W M R F Par sons S W W W Brown J W W S Fish Secty J A Scott Treas R N Beazley S D A B Estridge J D R K Conn S T Shivering iats J of Ague and Marlaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influencn on the diseasedriv ing it entirely out of the system It is much to be preferred to Quinine none of this drugs bad afteref fects E SMunday of Henrietta My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till be took Electric Bitters which saved his life At R E McRoberts drugstore price 50c guaranteed 1m Only manufactured doubts Nothing spoils the life like living for spoils V sickMrs I I led J no I hav- Ing I aread v rtlsed 0 r Livingston Sickening rewrites the r x BOURNE v J II Turner bought young mare of Jell Dunn price 8000 Harrison Duncan bought of R L Stinnett one horse price S100 Mr U G Rains bought a farm of W II Rains for 800 Allen Ray bought 3 acres of land of Robert Ellis for 130 Ras Allen bought 1 cow of W M McWilliams price Gilbert Turner sold 1 cow to R Allen for 22 50 Sanders Morford sold their stock of goods to Cecil Broaddus for 2800 Miss Alice Ham of Jessamine visited J P Ham and family last week Miss Minnie Jackson visited her Mrs Morfcrd the later part of this weekMaster Thomas Marsee of near Lancaster is visiting his Mr and Mrs Thos Turner Jas Morfort sold a nice horse to Joe Duncan for 4500 Willie Lee Comely Willie Lee son of Isaiah and Emma Comely was born in Garrard county Kentucky Jan 31st 1877 and depart ed this life Dec 31st 1904 at his home near Adamslnd aged 27 years He was united in marriage to Miss Chloe Henderson on Feb 25th 1897 and for nearly eight years they have met and fought the battles of life to gether To this union was born three children At the age of twenty he and his wife and infant child went to Indi ana where they have resided until his death Willie from a child was al ways a good boy and had a smile and a kind word for all He was a kind affectionate husband a kind and loving brother and son lIe was an unconverted man until about six weeks ago when the writer was called in to visit him and while speak lug to him he decided he wanted to live a godly life Heneverfound peace in his soul until on Saturday morning before he died and in the evening the pastor of United Brethren church Rev Alonzo Miers was called in that he might unite with the church and be baptised which request was grant ed Afterwards he told his loved ones that was the best days work lit had ever done For he knew he was saved and was willing to abide by Gods will whatever He saw best to do About 15 minutes before he died he sang Blessed Assurance He leaves a wife and three small children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn loss which Is his eternal gain Yet they do not grieve as those who have no hope His lifes sun has gone down on a brighter shore a more sunny clime Funeral sevices were at his home and the remains were taken to Paint Lick for burial An unbridled tongue goes with an unburdened brain There is no delight for those who from duty 2750 sister Grand- Parents kindhearted conducted It turn I 8 4 back a P11EAUHERSV1LLE Mr Roy Becket of Brooksville was visiting here last week Mr Mose and wife of Low ell were visitors here last week J P Rogers and wife and G B Kirby who have been sick for several days are all better- J B Hutchins left Sunday for Lex ington to take a course in W business college Mr Sam Carpenter has moved to our town and we hereby extend to him a hearty welcome- J B Hutchins has returned home after a pleasant visit to his fathers at Baileys Switch Miss Annie Crane of Georgetown College has been visiting Misses and Ella Thompson- Mr Eugene Sutton of IndianopoliF has been visiting his sister Mrs Maud Kennedy for a few days Misses Ida Holtzclaw and Carrie Thompson were visiting D M and family last week the wife of Mr G B Kirby HutchIns RSmiths Thompson Born to Fannie on Dec 29th a 10 Ib boy The father steps like he was in high clover Mr Mose Green and daughter of Lexington are spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs J F GreenMisses Sallie and Osee Dudderar passed here last Monday on their way to London where they will enter the Sue Bennet College The entertainments given last week by theMisses Thompson and the Cummins were occasions of great enjoyment to the many who attended Rev R F Jordan who sprained his ankle so bad a few days ago was able to preach Sunday by standing on one foot and resting the other on a chair Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern require ments for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They afe just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At McRoberts drug store 25c guaranteed 1m R E Misses Nf HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE Regular Style Stays 12 in or 6 in apart Special Hog Hone and Cattle Style Stays 12 in or 6 in apart t 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 t will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced MOuNT Ac ELKIN The National BankOF LANCASTER KY OAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN B STORMES Vice Prwt S C DEny Cashier B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird v ffC t C O galvanizedAmply J F son Asst Cashr 0 II J r 0000000000 O OOOOOOOOOOC QDOOPiON 1493 o 0 0 4 9 r 0 l s t DR PIERCES Favorite Prescription r- r I J I ii I write I YN Mvlce A little year ago I wrote to you for advice says Mrs J Fish er of Diana W Va You Favorite and Golden Medical Discovery which I did and with the most happy result weakness and bearingdown pains Had a very bad pain left side nervousness and headache Was so weak I could hardly walk across my room Could not sit up only just a little while at a I began its use Before I had takentwo bot tles I was able to help do my work I used three bot tles in all and it cured me Now I do all my housework It Is the beat medicine I ever used fir overa Elizabeth ole to use Doctor pierces Prescription I was troubled with female nearly aU the time in my time My husband got me some of Dr Pierces medicine and advised Every weak or sick woman is to consult Dr Pierce by letterfree and so obtain without charge the opinion of a tion All correspondence is held as the written confidences of women are by the same strict professional ations with weak and sick women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute N Y which institu tion Dr Pierce is chief physician Address Dr R V Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription establishes weakening inflammation and cures female weak ness If you are led to the chase Favorite because of its cures other women do not accept a substitute with none of these cures to its credit Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lets cure biliousness privacy and his staff in their consult Buffalo consulting regUlar- ity ulceration tt Prescription I Write Kg Case About two years ago I was feeling very bad could and all I run down writes Miss Alice I N II I had taken Sari parilla and had medicines of different kinds from my home doctor but they did ally I wrote you about my case and you prescribed your medicines I com menced taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and took six bottles also four of cry and some of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets these cured me and made me well and strong I am a new person to what I was before I commiaiced taking the medicine Please accept my sincere thauks for hens fits I have derived from your medicine t VOW AbDUl neither eat sleep nor work was nervous Greely of Westmoreland sac no good whatever Flu the Golden Medical Dlscov medicines very Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women WellI Land Stock Crops Maine is the champion potato State with a yield of 200 bushels to the acre and New Hampshirejwith 140 Iowa holds the record among the Western states in potatoes as in corn with 118 bushels to the acre New York has the largest acreage with Michigan second but New Yorks yield per acre is only 86 less than the average of the United States and much lower than the yield of theStates situated further northDan Peed bought for N II Martin of Louisville the following crops of tobacco Hume Clay 20000 pounds 12 cents Gano Hildreth 16000 pounds 112 cents Will Wornall 12 000 pounds 11 cts Ben Bedbord 5000 pounds 10 cts Towels Munson 6000 pounds 8 cents Sam Ilardin 6000 pounds 9 cents Joe Dejarnett small crop 10 cents Mr Peed has a contract to buy 1000000 pounds of the News Most every boy on a farm knows how to fix up squash by feeding them milk so that they will grow up to size but a Unadilla N Y youth has smashed all records if the statements of his friends are to be accredited The Unadilla youth de termined to produce a prize squash that would make all other prize squashes ever raised look like marbles in comparison Accordingly he clipp ed the end of the vine and immersed it in sweet milk In time the vine tions and was eventually exhibited at the Morns Fair and it easily won a premium of 810 But the most surpris ing part of the story is vet to come according to the narrator reputation for veracity has never been questioned the squash was cut the other day and it is alleged that it contained seven pounds and fourteen ounces of fine rich butter equal if not superior to any made last year at 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 weeaBourbon prodigious dayThe whose I Calland the cooperative creamery It is to be greatly regretted that the squash was seedless If the 1901 crops were equally dl vided every man woman and child in the United States would receive one barrel of flour 200 eggs 140 quarts tf milk more than half of which goes butter one bushels of apples two and a half bushels of potatoes and two bushels of carrots beets parsnips and turnips eleven heads of cabbage and half as much lettuce cucumbers and caulillower twentyeight bushels of corn usually in the shape of beef pork and poultry besides seventy pounds of cotton six pounds of wool for clothes and enough leather for two pairs of shoes These raw materials at present whole sale prices would sell for about 50 The size of the average American family is live anti a quarter which would make the family share of this years crop cost 262 The bare necessities of life do not cost so very much What counts for more in the total of expenditures are luxuries that have decome necessities and often luxuries that might better be done without A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Oklahoma Ind writes Mv wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs of all One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 1 by R E McRobertsdrug Trial bottle free 1m Touts to the SyMem For liver troubles and constipation there is nothing better than De Witts 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 Ind says No use talking DeWitts Little Early do their work All other pills Ive used gripe and make sick in the stomach and never cured me De Witts 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 I I I Into properly Con- sumptIOn I diseases I gist RI- sers me II ant iIERCESFAVORITE RESCREPTION FR WEAK WOMEN ue on Seeds USED IN YOUR GARDEN THIS YEAR MEAN BETTER QUALITIES AND LARGER RETURNS 1 S I MEDAL ST LOUIS 1904 WOOD STUBBS SL CO SeedsmenLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY AWARDED GOLD Endorsed the best Gardeners as the highest qualities obtainable for ourSEED BOOK FOR I9OS Mailed free most valuable for information concemin s Seeds and Crops Seeds Alfslfa RapeSeed Oats Corn Sorage Crops and Seals for the Garden and DOLLAR ONLY ONE B H Presldet Leo J VIN LAUR- oE W JEWELL PreMdeits gROGER Vice If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to And an account to which you can add or sum from 1 to will be accepted I TOO OYIOO Bonk X TfU8ICO ay be Any 8ailis withdraw at any time wherever you iooo See Our NewBooklet BANKING BY MAil Sent on Application this bank are confldential between the bank and the depositor Interest Is added January and July and compounded lie MM MR M l mist CO Ckaatfeer of Co I All accounts In strIctI o I Bldg CincInnati THE WATER HEMLOCK Wild l ar itli H In Kiital U Men and Aiiimulx Every year the newspapers tell us of children being poisoned by eating wild parsnips On investigation it is found that the wild parsnips eaten were not wild parsnips at all but hemlock known botanically as cicuta maculata This plant is known by a of names dependent on the locality where found Some of these names are wild hemlock spotted parsley snake weed beaver poison musquash root muskrat weed cowbane spotted cow lIme childrens bane It is a smooth n n nn n n n Plant Commonly Known uaI water variety This WATER HEMLOCK erect perennial three to eight feet high with a rigid hollow stem numerous ranches finelydissected leaves white flowers and a cluster of spindle roots which vary In length from and onehalf to three Inches and are very characteristic of the plant It grows commonly in swamps and damp soils from the Atlantic states to Iowa and Minnesota and less commonly in Nebraska and New Mexico This is one of the most poisonous plants in the United States being rap idly fatal to both man and animals The roots are especially dangerous because the taste being aromatic and to some people suggestive of parsnips artichokes or sweet cicely lead children to eat them Cat tie sometimes eat the tubers when they are washed out of the ground by freshets The loss to stock from eat ing this plant is quite considerable The prominent symptoms of the poisoning are colicky pains vomiting staggering unconsciousness and frightful convul ending in death Farmers Re view CATCHY ADVERTISING Farmers and breeders are rapidly be coming advertisers on the same scale as merchants and manufacturers They are learning that where they have products to throw upon the mar ket the best way to get the right cus tomer is through the use of advertising space in reputable papers that circulate among the people they wish to reach In fact the farmer and stock is as much of a manufacturer as the builder of selfbinders and as much of a merchant as the storekeeper who sells him his clothes The same of success enter into in commerce although possibly in arying degrees and one of these ele ments Is advertising The farmer and breeder however are still new at advertising They have yet to learn by experience that the best ad vertislng is that which produces the best results and that results are gauged first by the circulation of the and second by the attractive character of the advertisement The farmer who is placing advertising should Insist on knowing what he is paying for how many copies of his advertls ment are to be distributed He should furthermore follow the example of the merchant in the makeup of his He should have to sell and tell what it Is in language He should picture how his advertisement will look in print so as to make it attractive in every way and write the copy just as he wants It printed The publishers are always eager to help their patrons make their announcements attractive and effective both for the sake of the advertiser and for the improvement of the paper Farmers who are will do well to remember these suggestions Twentieth Century Farmer Shipping In Winter Shipping eggs in winter requires packing Eggs are liable to become frozen la the crates when the cold is Intense although the crates may be made tight and the eggs inclosed in partitions There Is no remedy for the drawbacks and the only safe plan Is to keep the eggs until the weather moderates Sawdust Is sometimes use3 In the crates to fill up the spaces and prevent the Ingress of cold air but it only adds to the weight If one has the time to bestow the eggs may be wrapped In wadding and placed in the paper par titions but the merchants who receive them may object to the extra labor Im Fireside Equal Honor FannierMy big sister is coming out this evening noting Me big brud der is comin out tonight too He was up len six months N Y Times Vernu Romance Jre prince give the kings daughter to awake her Well how does your mamma wale you up What does she give you in the morning spoonful of codliver oil auntie Brooklyn Life 1 lone horseradish for Farmers nllll Dreed Vho liaise Lericl to Value surplus raser elements agriculture- s paper announcement something unmistakable advertisers Eggs careful paper I coverIngn KatieDats I Renllsm SleepIng ElsieA s s S a bus uggestioss era luIilciy Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in the sale of the following property Ko 1 A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in the for a good business Can be bought for less than cost of buildings etc trade now No 2 A large new residence with G acres of land on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid houses on Rich nuuid street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 one at 3750 very large and desirable property and one at 3000 All at rock prices No 5 New cottage and 11 acres on cheapNoon Dan ville avenue Remarkably at price 2000No 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 stand having an established bargainNorooms on first floor and seven rooms on second lloor yielding 10 per cent on the price at which property can be ourchased A splendid investment No 11 Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land 31 miles from town a 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 15 acres urood land 2 miles from town at 81800 We also have some valuable proper ty in the city limits occupied by people which rents for prices yielding 20 per cent on the invest ments We have other farms also Call on G B Swinebroad or M D Hughes 121 3t No ill ore Stoimtch Trouble All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by di gesting what you eat without the stun achs aid The food builds up the body the rest restores the stomach to health You dont have to diet your self when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J D Erskine of Allenvillc Mich says I suffered Heartburn and trouble for some tune My sister inlaw 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 Kotlol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is in good health 1 am glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief Sold by R E McRoberts lm Accounts are now due and I must have the money Please call and settle at once SallieD Tille WHEN CONVERSATION CEASED Woman with the Fosrliorn Stopped AnkiiiK Questions of the llutchers hay The butchers boy was such a bright little chap that the fourthfloor woman engaged him In conversation while out her order relates the New York have all the trade of this house havent you she asked you call for all the orders the same as here Yesm And I suppose you go to other too Yesm lots of em The woman looked at him Dear me she said what a splen did head you must have to remember many things Dont you get people mixed sometimes No maam he said I used to he added warming into speech under her genial smile but I dont any more Anyhow Id never get mixed about the families in this house I know em too well Why I know em so well that when the boss tells me to come over here and get the orders he dont even have to call the families by name Weve got this building down fine all of us fellows in the shop has because there is always so much music going on The first floor folks have a piano and when the boss sends me to them he says Go and see wjiat the piano needs this morning The second floor is the cornet the third the fiddle and the fifth Is the banjo Even the folks In the basement go In for music The boy down there has a mouth organ The fourthfloor woman smiled still more broadly- I have noticed the confusion of sounds she said But what about the fourth floor We have no musical at all What does the boss say when he sends you to us Oh we fix that all right was the airy reply He says Just drop in Willie and see what that woman with the foghorn voice wants today And that ended the conversation Trnsetllniia Melancholy Query I just heard a man say he would give ten dollars to see you Indeed said Mr Stormington Barnes Did he look like an ordinary auditor or a man with an attachment Washington Star I Stomach I Established Ion colored My Yolee writ- Ing TimesYou YesmAnd build- Ings admiringly instrument i t 0 j Ko d I0 0 WmHerudon G B Swinebro- adKerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store II L IWoods Prest WC Prest PEOPLES BANKINCOIllO HATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 E L Ash Vcc Kemper CashWG II IDIHECrOns M COY liGGUYN J B WOODS V C visit D L FRY R L ARNOLD J S I5UKUOWS E I WOODS Commenced Business July 19OI We solicit your and guarantee prompt and careful attention business entrusted to us patronage III to all Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Il II PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTEREVERY Commissioners Sale of Laud GAUUAKD CIIICUIT CounT C R Anderson c Plff vs Israel Ilullman c Dft By virtue of a of the Gar Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1101 in the above 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 acres more or less and bounded on the North by the lands of Albert Huffman on the South by Cy Dailey on the West 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 sulllcient security for said money paya blc to the undersigned Commissioner bearing 6 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 re tained upon the property sold until the payment of the purchase money- J M ROTH WELL raster Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court It II Tomlinson Attorney for Plantiff Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAISD CIRCUIT CounT C C Becker Plff vs Louis Dunn c Dft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1904 in tile 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 on the Bry antsville and Cane Run road and bounded as follows On the North by James Burnside on the South by Lem White on the East by the Bryantsville and Cane Run road and on the West by Robert Walker containing one acre more 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 110 88 and the further sum of 829 00 with 6 per cent interest from August 3rd 1901 mak ing a total with interest to day of sale of 83504 and the further sum of the costs of this action amounting to the sum of 8793 making a total of debts interest and costs 85 TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with good will be required of the purchaser for the 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 J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomlinson Atty for puff That Smooth Finish s 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 M JN LAUNDRY 51 WMain St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN LantasterKentuckyjAgent FOXTHE FRIDAY iud emcnt rare styled J1urcha e 100 233 security Turnpike DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 5100 bctllo contains tltnsthe trial which sells for 50 cents PS2PAR2O ONLY AT THK LABORATORY OF E C DoWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by B E McROBERTS Lancaster KT 2 DYSPEPSIA QKt size I G C Paris I Dentist r G il store ie r r r il once oser Thompons st LAND for SALE I will sell 121 acres of land lying on Kcu ttirkk river at lock So 8 Twenty acres in bluegrass balance in cultivation 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