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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 i905F FrBENrn YEAR NUMBBB43 i f Local Notes The coal man is It just now Broken your New Years resolution yet The weather has been as cold as a moneysharks heart Weve certainly had plenty of the beautiful snow this winter The California fever seems on the increase A great many people are going and inure want to go Frozen water pipes have caused much trouble and doubtless some profanity during the past week An examination for Common Schi il diplomas will be held at my office in Lancaster on the last Friday and Sat urday in J anuary 27 and 28 1905 2t E Walker Supt Pair of childs goldrim spectacles Lost on Lexington street between J C Hemphills and W B Moss Liberal reward for return to The Record office tf Capt Phil Price of the K C day trains is suffering from rheumatism and was forced to go to Hot Springs Ills place is being filled by one of the cleverest conductors on the K C main line Capt Parker Plenty Coal at Low Prices The dealers have kept plenty of coal in stock this winter Best of all they have not charged exhorbitant prices Lancaster has the best set of coal men in the state We will wager a stack of blue chips that the foregoing is the first puff the coal man ever receiued Increase In Property The county Board of Supervisors has finished its work and assessor Capt T M Austin reports the total property listed in the county at 4 y59263 an increase of 92374 over the proceeding year This shows that tht county is in a thriving condition and that the work of assessing was thoroughly done A Cod Negro Gone In the death of Hampton Anderson Lancaster loses another of the few re maining old time honest respectable dirkies Uncle Hampton was quite old but was a hardworking mar up to a few weeks ago when a deep cold resulted in other troubles which fatal Monday afternoon As stated above he belonged to the oldtime class of colored men who enjoyed the confidence and respect of the white people as well as his own race He was a strict temperance and church man and did all he coul to help his race Unce Himp a good cit i en and his death regretted by all who like a good honest darkey who attends to his business keeps in his place and tries to help others of his race to do the same thing CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cast Best Salesman L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Its as Easy Rolling off a furnish your house if you buy from us on the plan CROWD YOU but make terms you can meet In FURFiTURE- AT LOW PRJCE Successors to JA Beajley Co G B S wlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Dentist Thosipon Danville it r Lost I r proved way I t USE MARKS sIXl a R AS LogE to WE EVERYTHING Hamilton Dunla A t WmHerndon I L I G C Fans II fQtIore J JA v f aunty tI j l 1 Least E C BOLUS y I installment DONT- f 1 r t 1 l office over L 1 H W Elliott State Evangelist will preach at Hubble next Sunday at 230 p M Rag Carpet Social The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church will have a Ran Carpet Social tonight Friday 20 at Lecture room of the church one pound of rags thread and needle Boys a pound some thing to eat and their thimbles Big Land Sale Harrodsburg Herald Mr Johh L Forsythe has sold his farm of 425 acres on the Bohon pike to Mr Rankin Clemmons of Fayette county for 17000 Mr Clemmons now owns 1600 acres of choice Mercer county Lund and owns about 2500 acres of su perb Fayette land and it is said has mortgages on a great many more A Good Man Leaves Mr A K Walker and family left Thursday morning for their new home in Lorenzn Miss Mr Walker was one of the must widelyknown men in Kentucky and one of the edly popular He was born and raised in this county devoting all his time to farming Garrard county never had a biggerhearted citizen or one more willing and anxious to help his fellow man He has the best wishes of all for complete success in his new home A Useful Citizen Dr KInnaird is erecting another large house on the old Seminary lot on Depot street He Is about the best hustler in town and if we had more like him Lancaster would move to the front In spite of the coldwater and stumbling blocks S A Mc Dearmon the contractor for the new poultry house being erected for Dr Kinnarid on Depot St says with any kind of good weather the new lessees can occupy the building by Monday Jan 23rd J Damages Mr A C owner of the famous Kings Dix river bas tiled suit against the city of Danville for 10 000 He alleges in his petition that the large dam which the water built across the river above his mill cuts off the supply of water and permanently injures his milling busi ness The suit has caused considera ble excitement in Danville The old mill that figures in the suit is over 100 years old and is one of the most mous landmarks In Central Kentucky Lancaster Friends Sympathize sympathy on the death of her mother Mrs Cornelia H Stern The death oc curred at Rutherglen Va her home last Thursday and was caused by asthma The deceased was sixty years of age and had been In fairly good health news of the death being a very great shock to Mrs Chumbley The other chilren are Joe Lane Stearn of Charleston W Va Mrs Granv 1 e Burruss Front Royal Va Mrs H Stern of Rutberglen Owing to the short notice Mrs Chumbley was unable to go to Rutherglen Fishing Club Organized The Lake Placid Fishing Club is the name qf the organization just incorporated in this city for the of stocking and properly the fish in the waterworks lake Several of Lancasters prominent and enthusiastic fishermen have the in hand and will see that none but the best of fish are placed in the lake and best of all see that the place is kept clean They will also protect the fish until growth This is a good move as it will keep the hoodlum element away from the place and work for the good in many ways The club will sell a certain amount of stock to raise funds to prosecute intruders and with which to purchase more fish Important Rural Mall Box Ruling Hall of Bucyrne 0 has ruling from the government which of interest to every community where the rural free delivery system Is in force A local carrier found in a mill box on his route two letters that were intended for the owner of the box and had been put there by some one in passing The letters were and sent to the government at ington with a request for a ruling The government approved the action of the carrier and said that all mil a found In any without stamps or the proper of money for must be collected aqd taken to the nostofflce from which the route Is opt rated and held for postage This ruling means that the owner of the mail box has absolutely no control over An expensive Shine It isnt that a country editor puts on style but when he does spread it on be goes the whole bog For instance the paying of 5 04 for a shine is not considered as extravagant in the least While attending the meeting of the Kentucky State Press Association in Louisville Edgar the clever editor of the Mt Vernon Signalgave four coppers and a fivedollar gold piece While he jidnt intend to pay more than a dollar and a halt for the shine yet when seeing his mistake made no effort to over take the fleeing kid but remarked unconcerned way Well I always pay that sum for a shine in Mt Vet non and I can see no reason why the price should be cheaper in a little town like Louisville afternoon b- Rood most descry MI lon company faa tlC Cornelia purpose they reach a good confiscated box a nt t ittoften Admis- Sion throwers Wants protecting matter Postmaster postage Al- bright i- an n LAST NOTICE All taxes not paid by FEBRUARY FIRST will be advertised and the property sold in front of the This is postively my last no flee and I mean t6 treat all alike 2o W L Lawson Sheriff R M West sold to the To Co twenty thousand pounds of tobacco at 10 25 Important Meeting The ladies of the Baptist church are cordially urged lo meet with Mrs El lis Monday January 30th for the purpose of talking over our Mission work and organizing a Missionary Society 2t Is Winning His Way Tie Spencer Hat Co is the name of Louisvilles most popular retail hat establishment Burt A Spencer a former Lancaster boy is president of the concern which is located at No 415 Fourth Avenue The new bought out the wellknown firm of C B Smiths sons for years the mot popular hat house in Louisville It you want the very latest style in mens headwear give the old boy a call Boquet For The Record The Hartford Herald is kindhearted enough to say this Among the many exchanges that come to The Herald few are edited with more ability or conception of the wants of the public than the Lancaster Record Mr Louis Landram the editor is a close student of human nature and his editorials along this line are gems of worded thought He is not only a scholar and a gentleman but one of the best editors on the Kentucky press The Coming Town R A Stone who recently moved to Somerset was here this week and told us of the remarkable growth of that hustling city The town bas been growing steadily for some years but the striking of oil in the vicinity and the determination of the Queen Crescent Railway Co to build its shops there have caused a boom which will make a big city of what until recent years was a small town About seventyfive dwellings are in course of construction and every one has been rented It is almost impossible to rent house of any kind Power of the Press The Elizabethtown News says An intelligent public is rapidly learning discriminate between a newspaper supports party because it wants the party to do something for it and the newspaper that supports the party because it wants to do something for the people The one is an interested support and should be put upon the same basis with the politician who desires the people to do something for him the other is like the politician who wants to do something for his country The road or rule of real em inence must be disinterestedness whether in politician or newspaper Selfish interests make the politician a buttonholer and demagogue and a newspaper a mendicant Unselfish interest makes the politician a and the newspaper a leader The newspaper which dares stand for the right because it is right regardless of public opinion has influence while the newspaper that is afraid to stand for the right on account of public opinion can command neither respect or influence An intelligent public is rapidly learning to discriminate the two classes referred to Another Prominent Citizen Gone The illness which befell Dr H C Herring some weeks ago proved fatal Tuesday morning at two oclock Sev eral weeks ago Dr Herring received a severe fall making wound which re sulted in bloodpoisoning Everything skilled physicians could do was done for him but be continued to lose ground every day and his death was not a surprise to those thoroughly with the case C Herring was born in Garrard county on the 12th day of July 1833 When a boy he went to school and worked on the farm with his brother the late James Herring to become a physician he took up the study with Dr 0 P HN1 That famous physician appreciated the young mans ambition laid study and assisted him in every way to get foothold Dr Herring graduated from a medical school in Louisville which at that time was the largest and in fact the only one of outside New York City He re to Lancaster where he soon established a large and lucrative prac which he enjoyed during the for years he was actively a practioner He was married to Miss Annie Lloyd and is survived by she and four children Mrs Jerry Res pass Mrs Chas Anderson Mrs Jesse Mr Fisher Herring Dr Herring was a man of high principle and if your friend there was nothing in his power he would not gladly do for you He was kindhearted gener ous and public spirited We have known a man more devoted to wife and children He was a member of the Christian church at which place Eld JEVM Tinder and Rev C S Ellis conducted funeral services Wednesday afternoon at the conclusion of which a large of friends and acqualn tances assembled at the Lancaster Cemetery and laid the body of another uf our few remaining pioneer citizens in its final resting place Court- House A io 2 p m company Lancaster read- Ing II statesman DrHenry importance engaged- as Waldenand never between familiar Desiring and number Monday is county court day Eld T Q Martin of Winchester will preach at Scotts Fork the 5th Sunday in this month at 11 a m 2t Many Lancaster relativesand friends were deeply grieved to learn of the death of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Harlan which occured at the home of her grand daughter Mrs Richard McGrath Jr last Thursday Mrs Harlan had been in fairly good health until a few weeks ago when she contracted pneu monia She grew rapidly worse and little hope was entertained for her re She had been a resident of Garrard most all her life and was widely connected and known in this Boyle and Lincoln counties She is survived by one child Mrs Millard F Route of this county She was an aunt of Mrs Bowen Fox and Mrs Logan Wood of Danvllle She was a member of the Babtist church and a kindhearted noble Christian woman who will be greatly missed Funeral services were conducted at the Danville cemetery where the burial took place Luxury and Poverty One hundred and twentyfive dol lars a day is charged for the best suite of rooms In a new hotel in New York City and one of the wealthiest men in the country declined to occupy the suite recently on the ground that he could not afford it About the same time the newspapers were telling the story of an old woman from a country town in Pennsylvania who having unexpectedly inherited 800 went to New York hired a room with bath at 20 a day and stayed at the hotel un til she had spent every dollar She took several baths a day to get the worth of ner money and when not in the tub sat at the window watching the passing crowd The contrast mis leads some commentators into argu ing that the rich man was a miser and the poor woman a spendthrift but this is a short sighted view says the Youths Companion To the one the superfluous luxury was not worth the extra cost because he was used to luxury The other accustomed to poverty may have felt that she was paying a low price in exchange for a gorgeous memory that would gild the remainder of her days CITYS WATERWORKS TAXED County Board of Equalization Says Citizens of Lancaster Must Pay the County and State Taxes on the Plant Considerable surprise was created last week when it became known that the county board of supervisors had ordered that the people of the town be assessed for taxes on the water works just Installed It is the general opinion among the people that public property can not be assessed for and this is true in most cases but under one of the laws for which only Kentucky can boast the can be listed and the people who are paying for building the plant be made to pay another tax there n It is the law and the supervisors had to abide by it It adds two hundred dollars a year expense to the town and works a hardship on the peo pie which is not imposed anywhere on the face of the globe except right poor old behlndthe times The City Council has not yet decided upon what steps to take but as these gentlemen have had more knotty problems to handle in securing waterworks for Lancaster it is safe to say that the interests of the people will be properly looked after The people of Danville were up against this proposition not long ago and The Advocate in speaking of the Lancascer assessment says The same question has been up in Danville several different times and until last year the Danville city water works were exempted from taxation the fight heretofore being made before the State Board of Equalization at Frankfort This year the plant has again been assessed by the County Board of Supervisors for county and State taxes Section 170 of the Kentucky Stat utes provide that there shall be from taxation public property used for public purposes etc This law however does not appear to ex water works plants It has been in the courts and the cities held liable for county and State taxes On March 20 1867 a very notable case was tried before the Court of Ap the city of Covington and it was held as follows to wit The water property of cities is considered by the decision of this court as prop erty used only for the benefit and con venience of its citizens and not for the public purposes of local govern mast the special act exempting the waterworks property of the appellant from taxation is repealed by the pro visions of section 170 of the new Con stitution and of section 4026 of the Kentucky statutes that there shall be exempt from taxation public property used for public purposes The waterworks property was subject to taxation for State and county purposes it also appears that this case was appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States and affirm ed and later a similar case was taken up by the sheriff of Heuderson county against the city of Henderson inFeb ruary 1800 and the Court ot Appeals adopted the foregoing ruling I I I Harlan r waterworks aIm st exempt II peals by works I taxation herein Kentucky therefore r GOODS just received from St Louis and while there 1 purchased car load of Bath Tubs Closets and Lavatories from Worlds Fair buildings These goods are the very best made and we will sell them fur 50 per cent less than new goods The car has just arived Call see these goods and save money J IRI I PLUMBING I I IIASELDEN i Get in the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co OUR Sweeping Out Sale now on All Heavy Goods Must Go and we are cutting prices right and left to make room for Spring Goods If you want good reliable goods come to us We No Old We rely upon honesty and merit Call and see us We appreciate your patronage THE Joseph Mercantile Co l is have No Fake Sales No CatchPenny Schemes Stock ill II 1 000000oooooeooooo00000000000000000oooooeotiooooooooooeoooo oo oa a I II GREAT rMMMlVVV MIM BARGAINS BARGAINS CLEARANCE SALE r SUITS Z v a 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 clean up III I II I H T I I Ir J A r I111 4V LOGAN o AI1V1V ww o COME Right Now If you want a heating stove at a Big Bargain See our halLstoves Stoves for the sitting room Stoves for the bed room Stoves for the dining room and Electric Ranges for the kitchen Large line of cooking stoves any kind you may want Remember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros w 1 JII U m T I 1 HASlON- I and ROBINSON fIMi tINWftMr 1r iU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU I t It t I I Innrmnrmntninrmnrnrmnrmmmmmmmmm mm- mmI lit LEWIS Y LEAVELL President fTTTt+ J S ROBINSON tt I I II j Vice Prest 1883 Th ITIZENg NATIONAL INK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Soooo SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention f DIRECTORSI Lewis Y Leavell J S RobInson B F Hudson J Walker T M Arnold It It II I II t I I I II I I I I I I I I I II j Tth Business Community We extend the aceomo datlons of a Strong and W IIEquippedanlI i Th 3anlof 6r9dntS1 ll 3r antsville lentuc 9 l iI r ORGANIZED 11oe WALKER Book keePer i J 4 1 i 7 LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pott Ojnce in Lancaster Ky o SecondClan Man Mater Lancaster Ky January 20 1906 It happened no doubt during the civil war that a charge of desertion occasionally obtained wrongful entry on a soldiers record but In such case it was usually possible for him to set himself right at the time It he were taken prisoner or dropped by the from illness or by any other mishap were unintentionally absent from his regiment without leave he could commonly bring forward some proof of the fact and it would naturally be his desire to say nothing of his duty to himself or family to have the record corrected as soon as possible That such men with such charles against them did not do so and have at this late day sought to have the stigma removed through means of special bills conveys a bad impression and it Is not to be wondered at that ing many such requests offer no encouragement to the applicants If they really were deserters no good reason is apparent why the tact should nit continue to stand against them Nothing is so sensitive as the money nerve and nothing creates a panic among the possessors of money quicker than the fear that it is in danger of being lost Humor and pathos were comoined in the raid made by the mob of frightened depostors on a bank last week humor because the scare was started by a sight of an unusually long line of people before the windows who were really deposit ing money but were hastily assumed to be drawing it out because some thing was wrong pathos because most of the terrified people were poor and their funds in the bank were their little all To have ones entire possessions suddenly snatched away is a tragedy and panic is not to be wondered at when the possibility in sight Congressman Holidays is opposed to whipping post on the ground that degrading punishment never did and never will stop crime In this respect be does not agree with Adams of Pennsylvania who has in troduced bill in congress to provide for whipping wifebeaters in the Dis trio of Columbia Mr Adams says that in Maryland in 1883 the legisla ture passed a law of this character and that after the first conviction the crime of ceased as It by magic in that state He has facts to support him while Mr Holiday has only theory and sentiment It is not at all likely that such a law if in ex istence would often have to be PUEAUHEUSVILLB Mr Lee Anderson killed a red fox last week G B Kirby and J P Rogers are able to be out J H Thompson has a very severe spell of grip R F Garrison is talking of leaving Preachersville Mose Green has returned to his home in Texas has returned to his home in Indiana J M Cress sold some hogs to W B Bennett per It Mr Cephus Morgan was here Sunday on very urging business Rev R F Jordan is improving slowly He cannot walk any Miss Kate Payne has been visiting Mrs Fred Shaw has been sick for a few days though she is improving Rev W M C Hutchins bought a nice 2yearold filly from Susan Green for 4700 Mr Geo Lawson who has been in Missouri for six years has returned to this country Mr John Anderson is staying at the Geo Evans place while Mr is spending the winter in Florida Ollie Naylor left for Illinois last Friday much to the regret of some young ladles Hell come back girls Mrs VirgIe Traylor who was on by Drs Kinnalrd and is in a very precautions condition and her recovery is doubtful She Is at the home of her father Mr W P White Sickening Shivering 3ftt of 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 ing it entirely out of the system It is much to be preferred to Quinine none of this drugs bad fects E SMunday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till be took Electric Bitters which saved his ifi price 50c gnarenteed lm The gift of the gab will not do the work of the grace of God FOBB m CUre for Indigestion I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tor and find that they suitmy case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and have used many different reme dies I am nearly years of axe and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almost anything I want to now George W Embry Bock Mills For sale by Friables Drug Store 4 ve s non rJv ef ie m Ct CENTRAL io lssiletJ Hek1y per wayside congressmen who are said to be New York Philip Thompson at4c yet- I frIends here for a few days operated hav- Ing AtR E McRoberts Indigestion I Alai lot R lRg 1dgr receiv oms wlfe beating enforced OBan Ague slid diseased after drugs 4 M nity out 1 a to but Buck 25c was ach use sers ble by at 6 nuWWJ of 2Q9 r34th St at time had her beauty with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years nothing would cure it until I used Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores at R E McRoberts drug store lm Lies may be the poorest hens we have but they always come home to only one who lived above all sin the one who lived for all sinners 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 cure For sale by Frisbles lm No man wastes as much time as the man who never wastes any in kindness Its a queer religion that is happy unless it is making some Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern 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 lm Tonic to the For liver troubles and constipation there Is nothing better than De Little Early Risers the famous little Pills They do not weaken the stom Their action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette No talking DeWitts Little Early RI do their work All other pills Ive used gripe and make me 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 remedy to carry with them Sold R E McRoberts lm Come to the auction of Hardware Saturday afternoon For Sale No 1 fresh milk cow J W Elmore You can get a bargain in Hardware the auction Saturday afternoon Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and your order J R Haselden tf Dont forget to attend the auction of K F Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock 1 am going to sell the stock of K F Postle at auction Satur day J E Robinson assignee K F Pos tIe The Telephone will receive bids for furnishing Locust or Cedar telephone poles in lots of 25 to 200 on Lexington pike between Clayton and Bry oIlln the office of Bastin Telephone at Lancaster or Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be the best ever brought to and the increase in for it proves its popularity We always have pl n ty on at low prices Call us up at Marksburys granary Jack Adams Notice to Debtor Ky January 17th 1905 To those to the estate of KassignedYour to the tact that your unpaid If it is not paid at shall be this notice your immediate tention Settle with me or with my attorney W L Williams at once J E Robinson Assignee of K F Postle Assigned 2t Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in the sale of the property L A large new brick store and residence with coal scales etc One of the best places in the for a good business Can be bought for than cost of buildings etc fished trade now No 2 A large new residence with acres of on Crab Orchard street if0 3 Two splendid homes on mond street at low No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 one at 3750 very large and desirable property one at 3000 All at rock bottom prices No 5 cottage and If ac Stanford avenue Very cheap avenue Remarkably low at price 12000 No 7 Cottage on water street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or rent at reasonable figures No 8 Coal yard scales and two store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and goods at a stand having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store on first floor and seven on second floor yielding 10 per cent Off the price at which property can be No 11 Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land miles from town at 50 per acre good land 2 miles town at 1800 We also have some valuable proper yielding 20 per cent on the have other farms also Call on G B Swlnebroad or M D Hughes 1293t A merchant dwelling in our town Was far from wonderous wise He swore with a portentious frown That hed not advertise He never in print shoat A single thing hed got But officer who sold him out Did advertise a lot Ex I s ace the ing tab on Ices c trIi IOU FtJ Ur perk one spolJ roostThe complete Drug- Store miserable requirements R E Stem Ind says Bastin specifications call at Company accountr ins on I compelled to su n it for estate be settled fly KInd Iy give at less Rich No 6 Splendid on Danville i rooms purchased A Investment 3 No 12 Improved place of 45 acres OCcupied ored which rents for investments Araiutr Slew plj rev re Hardw Fur Lancaster Lancaster g must ape follow acres fat rooms ty iu the city limits told the i i ere lie es col tf ion es c P m Business and Bargains Chicken teed for sale Banks Hudson Flowers 1118 tf Cut Flowers 1118 Cheap China at Wards grocery 2t Bring your eggs to Wards grocery 2t Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Closing put We have big in every line Thompson the Jeweler Roses Ltllies Chryanthemums and Carnations Ed C Gaines For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess given immediately J G Sweeney Your accounts and notes are due we business Thompson the Jeweler tf Ward buys more produce than all m i j cease be pays more for them Will pay llcts for good fat young tukeys delivered H B Northcott i13tf Having decided to quit the dairy business will sell several nice fresh milk cows F M Campbell 1 13tf See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal tt The Danville Steam Laundry wash everything but the baby 25tf Currey Agts Custom Grinding Bring your corn and get some good meal Banks Hudson Fire Sale entire stock of Groceries and Queensware must be sold at once Lancaster Grocery Co The operations of this Bank are un der the and inspection of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Use Frisbies Almond Cream tor chapped hanas face or lips a sure cure r1 20tf Frisbies Drug Store Corn Crush The wrappers on our canned goods are all that 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 or address ma at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry in Danville A rare bargain For terms call on or address S W Mene fee Danville Ky W H Ward has a full line of up to date Groceries China Tinware Nails Rope thread etc which he sells cheaper than any place in town He pays caoh for eggs highest market price 2t Cheap Books As we will order a new stock will sell all books now on hand at cost This means a hansom in some of the best books published See them Joseph Merchantile Cos store 2t Adolph and Arthur Joseph Railroad Tickets For Sale Two first class tickets to Oklahoma City also extending 156 miles beyond sell at a bargain if called for immediately Ring phone 100 address box 150 tt If your hens are not laying tury poultry food It will make them lay when every thing else foils Only 25cts Drug Store 120 Notice Having sold my stock of goods to be invoiced Jan 20th I will make some very low prices on Overcoats Ladles Cloaks Skirts heavy Underwear Shoes Clothing Robes Rugs Guns etc Now is the time to buy R L Jennings 1223 The W C T U Library is opened ofbooksmembership and thus unable him to tke benefit 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 lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye 715 tf J T Williams Sons Belt For Ladies The Home Journal is tar ahead of thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in Mrs Dollie Brown at Josenhs store is receiving subscriptions and at lowest price call and see her 1021tf I will for information in regard to evidence that Elijah Bias or of Co C 124th BegimeLt Kentucky Volunteers sick in during the civil war Any member of Mrs Fannie Artes 910 E Franklin street Crawfordsville Ind and payment l132t A coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is Then it is great satisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled promised Williams bears a buyers816tf We now bottled our extract Vanilla This is made by ourselves from the best Mexican you can use There imno attract on the market as good we every one that likes a vanilla to try one bottle We are sure that you will be pleased Price 20 Eftables Prog Store ra r I Ed C Gaines Ed C Gaines bargains 1118 are cloSing out and must settle the other merchanL Why be Zt 1021 I Only 15cts somethinghigh See For Sate theee 3t at the come to us for a box prHa 20t load Ladles ry you want the paper published was knowIngto Good coal want up 140 Our clean Jelllco excells lr satisfaction a and Is absolutely theta ant cent l o ill eve day receive when have 0tt oren I AM Ready for Business- I am prepared to Grind Also to Crush Corn for Stock 1 W I n n Y your Corn into Ta le Meal ar 1 I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better than shipstuff Any class of Feed you may need andcheap GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your appreciated Banks Hudson I UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood OOC OOC OOOOOC OO I I i business First Grand Prize St Louis worlds Fair If you need a New Ledger or any Blank Books remember we have full line of them c- 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 thing kept in a first class General Store PETTUS 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01T11Iet1 this evidence y Gossip About People V N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Julia Reid is spending a few days in Louisville Miss Bert Anderson is visiting rela tives in Lexington John T Hays left Monday for his home in Hobart Okla Mr Sam Danny returned Saturday from a business trip to Louisville Henry Barlow left Friday for Cali fornia where he will likely locate MiSS Monle West of Perryville Is the guest of Miss Virginia Goodloe Miss Ethel Hilton of Brodhead is visiting her sister Mrs R II Batson Capt White continues to improve though is still confined to the house Earnest G Brown left Monday to accept a position in Memphis Tenn Mr Leander Davidson continues quite ill at his home on Buckey pike Mr Charley West attended the Saxton dance at DauvillePriday Miss Mattie Estes and Miss Lurena Williams visiteJ in Stanford Tuesday Alex Francis went to Lorenza Miss last week where he will accept a posi tion Miss Margaret Mount has been vis iting friends in Nicholasville this week Miss Dove Harris has returned to Lexington after a visit to Lancaster friendsMisses Margaret and Joan Mount leave Saturday fora visit to Lagrange their former home Miss Irene Romans left this week for Richmond where she entered Madl son Female Institute Mr Alex Bishop who was confined to his bed for some days is much Im proved and able to get about Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury and Margaret Tomlinson leave Satur day for a visit to Mrs A II Rice 1751 First St Louisville Courier Journal Misses Violet and Norah Preston lime returned home after a most delightfull visit to friends in Garrard County Senator George T Farris and Representative S D Cochan are at Frankfort attending the special session of the Legislature Will C Carter and children and Mil lard Carter left Friday for California where they will make their home Mr Carter is a splendid citizen and his many friends wish him success Danville Mary Wood cock will leave next Thursday Palm Beach Fla where she will spend the winter Mr Chas Frisbie of Lancaster was in the city yester day Jno McGee who once resided in Lancaster has decided to return and has rented the R A Stone property on Depot street He will open a lumber and coal yard and possibly a grocery store Richmond W J came up from Lancaster Mot day to place her daughter Miss Irene in Madison Female Institute While here she was the guest of her niece Mrs Z T Rice on Broadway News of the arrival of a girl baby at the home of Mr and Mrs Dr R E Rowland El Dorado Ark has been received by Lancaster relatives Mrs Rowland is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Solon B Henry of this city Mr W O Dunlap of the hustling firm of Hamilton Dunlap was in Frankfort this last week to place a large order for furniture with the Frankfort Chair Co the firm so able reperesentea on the road by Senator Geo T Farris Miss Edith M Morrow who has been attending Hamilton College Lexington during the present term contracted a case of grip during her visit home during Christmas and has since been unable to oeturn to hen studies She is much better now much to the gratification of her many friends and admirers and hopes to return to school in a short time Was it wrong to let me As we stood in the ball last night With his dear dear arms me It could not seem but rlgbt Was it to let him bold me Clasped tightly against his heart 7 And to hear his r That we never again should part It seemed so very sweet there When tbeilgbts were burning dim But I must be a wee wrong For you see Im engaged to Jim Congratulations Mr John H Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the mam facturers 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 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 of this remedy is it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another Is that It is not dangerpus and there risk from giving an overdose I congratulate von upon by Frisbies Drug Store U night NewsMrs ft r PantagraphMrs Romans Was It Ned kiss Puck o f goodfeature isno the succesS of your remedy For sale lm 3c guess it using that Out In theCounty Neve Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters McCREARY Mr John Brown of Buckeye is with his nephew John Askins Mr James Crane of north Dakota is visiting his consin John Hamm Mr T L Askins of Beuna Vista is a visitor at his brothers John Askins- A little girl came to bless the home of Mr and Mrs Marshall Sutton the 14thDont forget there will be preaching al New Antioch next Sundty the 22nd at half past ten HAMMACK Mrs Artur Ball has been very sick Sam Tankersly sold a mare to Henry Tankersley for 40 Mrs Maud Conn has been visiting her mother Mrs D G Ross Miss LythaHammack bought a nice sow from Joe Ball for 10 Sam Hall and wifeare rejoicingover the arrival of 10 pound girl Henry Tankersley sold a horse to Mr Curtis of Lancaster for 75 Dr Farris has been to East Burn stadt on business where he is going to practiceThere Is a writing school In progress at Union school house under the in struction of Mr Jackson MANSE Mrs George Garner is very low at this writing The infant son of Jesse Dunn has been very sick Dr Ramsey and family have gore South to spend the winter Mr Ed Newland and family have been guests of Mrs Belle Henderson Miss Pan tlua Royston has returned to Bowling Green to resume duties Miss Panthea Is a very efficient stenographerMiss Higgins is spending sev eral weeks with home folks She has suspended her school on account of cold weather Mr Joe McCormack and wife have moved to the house recently vacated by Otly Burke and wife who have moved to Kirksville BOURNE Mr Harrison Duncan has moved near Danville Allen Ray sold 5 hogs to Wm Broad dus for 1000 Joel Marsee sold shoats Mor ford for 17 00 Mr Joseph Turner Is visiting his par ents at Hyattsville Mr John Sanders visited Mr R C Broaddus last week T W Thompson bought a sow and five pigs of S N Morford for 14 00 Remember our hustling merchant R C Broaddus has everything that is kept in a general store Misses Loa Duncan and Rovesta Turner visited Misses Lucile and Ida Marsee the latter part of last week Sam Morford has returned from the city with a large stock of goods which he will open up about the first of S P Curtis bought of Mr Raymond Simpson a horse for 8000 Professor D T Smith was in our town last week making pictures Wiley Wheeler who has been sick for some time still remains poorly in healthMr Ross has moved to his farm near here which he bought of W D Broaddus Mr James Gowin bought of Prewitt a nice saddle and harness mare for 13500 Mr Charley Ross who has been In Illinois for two years is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Milton RossMr Charley Creech has returned to his home here after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Rockcastle countyNext Saturday and Sunday is Brother Pikes regular appointment at Freedom Give him a good congrega Lion as it is his first meeting in this year BUCKEYE We are having niceSummer weather Mrs Anda Bogie bought a 5 acre lot in Buckeye price 2003 Mr Oscar Ray sold to Mrs Bee Anderson 30 acres of land at 6000 per acrein locality now the themometer has been right around zero for several daysL B Ray leaves Buckeye Thursday for Danville Ind where he will enter school again Dr Perkins and Robert Long bough the Allen Ray property on Scots Fork They paid same Miss Ida Ray of this place leaves Thursday for Louisville where she will spend several weeks with relativesMiss Sillier entertained the Hill Billy club last even ing They drank the health of Miss Ida Ray for the most successful ball story 4tY 1 A ci tram Point II- II to S In- NINA Osdfel News Van February John H for Wednesday PAINT LICK Mrs Sarah Spurlock is Improving- Mr Grover Hunt is reported very low at this writing and Is not to live R N Beazley has purchased 725000 Ibs tobacco for the Continental Tobac co CompanyMiss Tribble of Richmond was the guest of Miss Nannie Camp bell last week M F Elkin State Commander of the K O T M visited Tent No 34 last Wednesday night The young people stormed Miss Eliza Rucker Monday night and a most en joyable evening was spent Hurrah for the Graded School If we had more citizens like Mr I C Rucker the school would be a go Prof Simmons will move his family from Kirksville to this place this week They will occupy Dr Casen burgs house Those indebted to R L Jennings and those having accounts against him will please call and settle as he wishes to wind up his business as soon as possible tf VILLE Miss Eliza Ison is visiting in Lancas terMr Dennis Scott bought a horse from Mullins for 50 Mrs Clay Dunn and Miss Mittie Dunn spent Saturday in Lancaster Miss Mayme Ballard entertained a few of her friends at dinner Sunday Messrs Will Glass and John Smith were in Lexington Monday on busi nessMr Ben Jennings of Danville has been visiting his daughter Mrs Sam Haselden The Masonic lodge met Monday night the third degree being on several Mr and Mrs John Davis of Hazard are visiting the mother Mrs Fletcher Ison Mr C M Jenkins has been visiting his sons Messrs Will and Leslie Jen kins of Indianapolis Miss Mattie Mae Leavell has return ed home after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Stanford Mr Ebb Dickerson of Buckeye spent several days with his brother Mr Will Dickerson this week Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs Mary Harlan which took place at Danville Saturday Mrs Hannah Sweeney has returned to her home in Jellersonville Ind after spending several months here Miss Pauline Arnold is at home hav ing just closed a very successful term at Herrings school house and is one of the most popular young teachers of the county UARKSBURY W C Greening of Lexington has been visiting friends in this vicinity and at Marcellus Mr J A Wood has returned from Charleston Va where he has been selling stock for a company He has been absent more than a year and his many friends are glad to welcome him back home A call meeting will be held at the Fork church Sunday Jan 22 As there is business of importance to be discussed the Superintendent of the Sunday School W D Marksbury de sires that as many members as can will presentThe of this brief memoir Mrs Mary Elizabeth Harlan died of heart trouble at her homeJan 12th 1905 in the 69th year of her age She has been a member of the Baptist church for more than fifty years She was converted when quite young a revival at Providence church Boyle county afterward placing her membership at the Fork church she remained a faithful member until her demise She was a noble Christian woman and fought the battles or life bravely and uncomplainingly She was a woman of high standing in the and her lovely disposition and gentle ways made her a host of friends She was ever ready in her own quiet way to lend a helping hand and speak words of cheer and encouragement to those around her In her church life she was characterized by her faithful ness to duty and loyalty to the princi pies of right Her life made by the adornment of the Christian graces will ever live green in the hearts of those near to her She leaves one daughter Mrs Milliner Rout to mourn her loss A short service was held at the grave conducted by Dr Dargan pastor of the Baptist church at Danville Miss Marksbury by re quest sang her favorite songs Her were quietly placed in the Cemetery to remain until the Resurrection Morn A Prisoner la Her Own 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 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 dl rections and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice ed change for the better and at this time after using It for two weekshave no hesitation in saying I realize that entirely cured This remedy Is for sale by Frisbie Drug Store 1m Should the weatherbe bad afternoon you can buy at the auction at your own price i jJ Ir expected BUYANlS B G conferred latters House I was adectd 1 am t during where community beautiful remains Dan- Ville Hardware We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES HOT BOTTLES CHEST PROTECTORS HAIR BRUSHESTOOTH BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE 1H 3 t t f r give I WATER Land Stock Crops Sam Dillinger of Sulphur Well sold a pair of 15i hand cotton mules to Nell of Adair county for 210 Mr Martin Spaldmg of Washington county sold so Joe Blandford a yearling mule for 90 Diseases are brought on man a good many times by impure food fed to poultry so science says Feed whole some food at all times Last years shipments of oranges from California were the largest ever reported According to the California Fruit Grower California in the vear 19034 produced 165000000 pounds of prunes and 120000000 pounds of raisins For keeping fowls in good health in small runs their quarters should be kept clean and occasionally be disin fected and the fowls be kept free from verminA Jersey hen recently died at the age of fourteen years She was a Plymouth Rock Besides being a prize layer she had hatched out more than thirty broods of chicks And yet we do not advise the keeping of hens for more than two years if they are kept profitW Miller of Bloomfield sold iast week to S W Wilkinson of same place 26 extra cotton mules majority mares would run from 151 to 15 hands high at 130 T L Grundy also of Bloomfield sold 15 extra good cotton mules to the Pulaski Mule Company of at 12350 per head they would run 15 hands Farmers Raise Horses We uninformed town fellow fail to see why Kentucky is not bound ti suffer a horse famine ere long or whi ever farmer should not now be busy breeding and rearing the noble animal Besides the constant drain now made upon us by the New Orleans and a dozen other Southern markets tens of thousands of the same sort of general utility horses Horses to the number of 31750 and valued at were exported during the eight months ended August 311904 The European countries are i all short of good draft and coach horses and if we had enough good horses above our own market demands export trade would take 10000 to 15000 per month Farmers who breed high class horses will be sure of high prices as the world wants more good ones and America is the chief country that breeds to suit with size and Record Some More About Corn Foreign countries are now paying the United States a little more than two million dollars a week for lard pork and bacon A good part of that money evenually reaches the farmers and it is another tribute to the corn belt We have learned to use corn for hu man food as the Europeans are using it But we have learned pow to turn it into money by the indirect route All the foods that have been invented and discovered for the fattening of hogs have not lessened the demand for the consumption of corn The 1904 crop which is now so harvested as to be measurable amounted to two billion four hundred and fiftythree million bushels That is too big to comprehend One billion or a thousand million is too great a matter for the human mind to grasp We will put It hi another form Supposing that all that corn had to be shipped somewhere by rail About 600 bushels of it would fill an average car and the crop would load 4056000 cars That is a brain puzzler We will have to get down into everyday figuresForty cars make an average train and so we have 101400 trains pulled by 101400 big locomotives puffing up the grades and demonst ailing that nowhere on the face of the globe is there such a fertile land as this And at the present price of corn the crop is worth fully one thousand dollars or enough to run the Jap Russian war for another year When the pessimists talk about the hard times that are to come they to reckon the corn crop and the farmers to whom it belongs As long as the the and wind and rain are kind Americans can worry along and put a surplus away for a rainy day 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 My wife had the consumption and three her up Finally she took Dr New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 1 by R E McRobertsdrui gist Im Pulaski Tenn aregolng abraad 2308 383 beautyShelby completely I I r million forget properly I I Trial I I I sun Kings germs 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river at lock No 8 Twenty acres in bluegrass balance In cultivation Good dwell ing Possession immediatelyE 6t No passion no power Grip is better than graft Love increases by labor It is the goals we miss that make us You cannot convince without coo lctlon vi0 h c r Bourne Ky e THE TEARS FROM OUR EYES Mr George R Scott of the Witness re lated a touching little Incident In a recent Jasue of that paper of a little child who had been punished for some slight mlsde meaner and was soon heard from the elusion In which she had been left calling her papa to come to her and when as to what she wanted of papa replied I want you to wipe the tears from my eyes In response to the touch Ing appeal the loving father went to the little one and tenderly wiped away all her tears So the dear little eyes were dried the sorrowful heart comforted and the little one calmly went to sleep The lines suggested by this sweet little story were written at the request of Mr Scott although the writer scarcely dares to hope that her thoughts on this beautiful topic will quite come up to Mr Scott s Idea Dear little Marie had been naughty and knew The sorrow of naughtiness born Her young heart was aching each moment she grew More sorrowful lonely forlorn At length she can bear it no longer cries Come papa I want you wipe the tears from my eyes The heart of the father is touched by that cry He hastens to his darlings relief He hears every sob every pitiful sigh That tells of the little ones grief And the fatherlove speaks in the blessing that lies In his touch as he wipes all the tears from her eyes Peace comes with that touch for the foun tain of tears Is sealed and no longer she weeps The pain that has tilled her young heart disappears And sweetly the little one sleeps She sleeps still her voice in the fathers ears cries Come papa I want you wipe the tears from my eyes Earths fatherlove great though it be But feebly portrays In Thy Heaven above Karths sorrows reach even to Thee Thou hearest forever each sad voice that cries Come Father I from my eyes Thy sinstricken children through all the long years Since sin bore Its fruitage of pain Oer burdened with sorrow and blinded by tears Have called Thee and never in vain Thou hast heard and hast answered their pitiful cries Come Father we want Thee wipe the tears from our eyes Thou hast and Thou wilt as time onward shall roll Through all the long ages to be Thine ears shall be open to hear every soul That pleadingly calls unto Thee Whatever the sorrow that speaks in those cries Thy kind hand shall wipe all the tears from all eyes Peace comes with Thy coming no longer they weep Who call Thee and feel Thy hand pressed To their eyes In their sorrow but sweetly they sleep As the babe on the fond mothers breast O Father at last when Deaths hand on us lies Once more and forever wipe the tears from our eyes Emily Stuart Lawrence in N Y Witness CONCERNING BOGS Receiving Never Makes Plague Spot in Natural What Is a bog The veriest schoolboy knows that it is a bit of marshy ground into which surface water flows without finding an outlet The standing water upon this saturated ground becomes stagnant and is usually covered with a nauseous green slime the abode of rep tiles where only the wild water grasses flourish in the sour fermenting earth It is a place offensive to the senses a blot upon the fair face of nature The secret of this plague spot is that a bog absorbs jbut it never gives forth in blessing It turnsthegood things itreceives Into pes tilential characteristics Alas says Philadelphia Young that there should be such mon strosities as human bogs in the world iLlke their prototype of the earth they absorb whatever comes in their way but never impart the good they have taken in Men have an unlimited ap petite for sermons but that is the end of It so far as putting them in practice is concerned They never do anything for j Christ or humanity Neither time money influence nor sympathy is shared or imparted Their one accomplishment is to absorb With no outlet the very things that naturally uplift and ennoble bring about festering destructive con ditions which work lasting woe and harm They carry a noxious atmos phereThe recipe for becoming a bog is a one Always receive never impart let self fill the center and life and the result will be a moral bog odious In the eyes of God and a baleful influence in the world What Our Dead Do for V- We often think of our dead and we are Inclined at many a time to do what we knowthey would have been glad to have us dp There are earthly ties that sundered but are the ties of spirit wholly separated between those beyond the yell and those on this side See Ing we are compassed about with so groat a cloud of witnesses can we be lieve this to be so George Eliot says on this point The dead are never dead to us until we have forgotten them they can be Injured by us they can be wounded they know all ourpeni itence all our aching sense that their place Is empty all the kisses we bestow ion the smallest relic of their presence It is a gain to ourselves whatever it be to our dead when we bear lovingly toward the dead as if they were conscious of our loving spirit S 8 Times The Occult onedayAndIn sooth you might as well Inquire why flowers blossom in May i And why the winter sky is chill and drearI Tls something none can tell Washington Star About It I dont believe bachelors have any jhearts she said f Why were just the men who do them he replied j Why js that she asked j Because we havent lost them Chicago Post r I I i j j se questioned fol- lowIng and o Thou Father Thy wonderful love want The1 wipe the tears I Aha Giving ind Mor1 World I I I People I I I simple circumference- of I I I are ourselves i I I sweet I No Doubt ave i I I great All OHIOS SCATTERED SONS Million ftnd o f TUewi Arc Ilylii IH Other There arc more tItan a million and a quarter natives of Ohio living in other sates No slate has such a rec ord relates the New Yoik Sun New York and Pennsylvania have a much larger population than Ohio but neither state contributes so iniicli to the population of other stales as Ohio Nearly 20000 of Ohio natives live iu Indiana 140000 iu Illinois and Michigan Kansas has 00000 00000 80000 Pennsylvania 00000 New York 30000 Colorado 25000 California 35000 and Washington 20000 There Texas SriOO in Massaelinsells 7000 in Montana 1 1000 in Oklahoma 700 in Alaska anti 4300 in Washington the national capital Ohio men are throughout the country so generally that there is no state in which they are not to lie found in con siderable numbers and usually Inking an important part in its public and business alTairs Ohio is not so populous a slate as Illinois but at the time of the last federal enumeration it hall a larger number of persons in military and naval service of the United States than its more populous neighbor It has more of its natives in Hawaii than Pennsylvania nnd is practically the only western state which has contrib uted much to the population of New England Ohio men are to lie found everywhere in the United States whether near or far from home A REASONABLE SULTAN Travelers received by the sultan of Morocco were at one time required to snake the customary obeisance of the country but that ceremonial now omitted The reason according to Lady Grove in her SeventyOne Days Camping goes had to a slight so cial awkwardness involved in carrying out that prescription A distinguished naturalist had been presented to the sultan und as he bowed his head to tilt ground instead of supporting himself with his hands he placed them behind his hack his forehead came against the marble floor with a loud bang anti he had difficulty in recovering himself The sultan was amazed Has not the gentleman had the honor of enter ing the presence of his own sovereign he asked another visitor later Probably he has had that honor your majesty was the answer Then said the sultan he should have learned the art of making saluta tions without the occurrence of such accidentsThereupon his majesty learned with astonishment that this lowly form of obeisance not observed at European courts and he immediately decreed that none hut the usual customs de manded by European sovereigns should be required of Europeans when they entered or left his presence NO BANK CHECKS IN GERMANY f MOMOJ Orders Tlirouub the Tout Olllce The Berlin correspondent of the Commercial Intelligence calls to the antiquated and cumber sonIc method of forwnrdnf remit tances that obtains in u rn nny A check system such as has doen de eloped and perfected an instru ment of commerce in England practically unused there payments being usually effected by nienns of money orders taken out af the local post office The English haute exer cises the double function of adjust ing accounts and guarding wealth whereas the German bank under circumstances scarcely does more than the latter For the Ger man merchant the post office is in a sense what lime clearing house of the English banking system is los the British business man it is an active partner the settlement of differences between debtor and cred itor Yet even under the German postal system whereby the amount of a money order is paid at tile real dence of the payee by a special func tionary called the Geldbrieftrager the post office is clearly an intoler ably clumsy agent for liquidating nowadays ansi occasionally one hears a German bemoaning the steamroller progress of his fellow countrymen in tile technics of pay ment and urging reform Cooperative Wedding Prenrnf The cooperative wedding present Is idea in Great Britain where the fact that servants and tenants on an club together and send one hand some gift seems to have suggested to somebody that friends might do the same Thus one of the January brides was presented with a diamond and friends of a bridegroom united to buy him an automobile The American bride sometimes exchanges her duplicates but that is not always convenient and It tends to provoke misunderstandings She too will if the new fashion spreads so that instead of pickledishes and the like she look forward to some thing substantial such as a house and Munt Go to Chnrcfe To such n extent does religion pre vail at Gonoatop in the South seas that eery man woman pnd child on that island who does not go to church at least three times a week is liable to be arrested and fined the fines go ing to the king There goes Mabel in her new gown LookNo indeed I wont Whenever I have a new gown she either pretends not to notice it or else she asks me if its the same one I wore last year Chicago American Another Interpretation I overhear Mr Pbalter remark to you that I was pretty young Jady Miss Chelju Yes and you really are pretty young yau know outgrow tat ol couna P ladclphif Lk 1 r t y queries State UOOUO ill Iowa Missouri Ire 10000 Ohio nalhs liingin Ihe Morocco luster Furlcn- Itor ac their lion is Mot In br attention loS in accounts estate ornament rejoice lot RevenKIt Miss BuddDidnt ut t I I I i Mart than I ol her distributed Ilwrl Sitlute In Re- prtiive lru Consequently 7 ReniIlisiice Are Mnilr Fonts favorable anew may aI RHEUMATISM It used to be thought that rheumatism was a disease of the bones Now we know that it is a disease of the blood If is to be cured it must be cured through the blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures rheumatism be cause it purifies the blood from clogging and corrupting sub stances It removes the cause of disease Its effects are the same when the impure blood causes pimply eruptions boils sores etc By its perfect of the blood Golden Medical Discovery removes the cause of disease and gives the smooth clear skin which belongs with good health I cannot your medicine too Mr James E ton Washington Co Md I was in in more and had rheumatism for three months couldnt walk at all I tried of Dr Pierces Golden Medical and it cured me sound Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for the book in pa per covers or 31 stamps for the cloth bound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y r U l rheumatism purification 71 highlywrites n theydidDis- covery II 71 I ETIQUETTE IN EUROPE of Trnvl r il Proper Th I ii ir In Tip In a railway car the person who sits next the window facing the engine has the right to decide whether it shall be ip or down But it would be very bad manners to insist on having the win dow up unless there was some special reason for doing so if asked to lower it by another passenger or vice versa says the Chicago American- If you arrive early you can secure the seat you prefer by placing your pa per or other of your possessions upon it When statying in a continental hotel the custom is to bow to the roomful when you go in to meals if the visitors are foreigners Your bedroom door should be locked at night and when you are out during the day you are expected to lock the door and leave the key in the charge of the hall porter or booking clerk If you are making a stay you keep the same table or the same place at a table for meals during the whole of the timeDont talk in a loud voice To pub lish your private affairs in a roomful of strangers is in the worst possible tasteTips as a rule cannot be regulated by bardandfast rules but the may be taken as average amounts- A married woman staying in a large house for less than a week two shil lings six pence to three shillings six pence to the housemaid The English shilling is equal to 25 cents six pence is half a shilling- In a small household where only two servants are kept two shillings to two shillings fx pence A young girl always gives slightly less than a married woman and two shillings or two shillings sly pence in a large heuse or one shilling six pence to two shillings in a small one is enough for a visit that lasts less than a weekIn house where only one servant is kept tips are proportionately less and one shilling six pence to two shil lings is considered quite enough ex cept in the case ef a long visit As a rule ladies do not tip men Verbal Accuracy See here butcher this meat is half boneYou are mistaken sir That is good Do you suppose I dont know bone when I see it I say this is Yes certainly thats bone The bone Is bone but the meat isnt You said the meat was half bone Kansas pity Journal Quick In any large city of Germany a spe cial delivery card or stamp costing less than eight cents will cause a mes sage to be shpt by tube anywhere in the city A messenger will carry it from the point of reception to the and will watt for an answer Message and answer in Berlin take about two hours for Cheerfulness Cranky Husband at a reception I wish you were as lively as that woman over there No wonder shes Jolly shes a rich widow N Y Times One of Many Mrs Caller What kind of a woman is your new neighbor Mrs shes a woman who believes in letting her husbanjl do just as she pleases Chicago Dally News hard to Collect The world owes me a living said the young man I suppose BO said the old one but you are not so fortunate as to be a pre creditor Judge Her Idea of It Bargayne Theres an agitation to re duce the price of theater seats Mrs Henry wont It be lovely when on can a maitjnee ticket for J1495 Town Topics Too Late American Girl abroad I should like to see some of the great English states races are hover mum N Y WeeklyProof What makes you think he wears readymade clothes Because he borrowed my overcoat for ht Cul1nnll lIntel dome follow- Ing UfO 1fOti meatBotheration bone Servici receiver Cause WifeHumph HomerOh BarS YJlc uy menEnglishmanThe wo weeks ago a dh9sJ1t returned it D Prll J Rules GuueI the servants Postal erred etroit Free TRAMP AND CLUBMAN Slnjjiilnr Helm Vlio A curious story of a wealthy old recluse is told by an English corre spondent of household Words sot a hundred miles fruits London and about live milLs from a railway station he says stands a large house in beautiful grounds Two rooms only in this house are occupied one by the owner and the other by his servitor The staircase is never used and communication between the two rooms is by u hole in the floor and a rope ladder The owners meals when cooked are passed up through this hole The chief pculiarity however of this eccentric being in that twice a week late pt night he comes low his rope ladder dressed as a tramp lIe then walks five miles to time room Here he changes his clothes emerges in full evening dress and goes by the last train up to London It has been ascertained that he then takes n calm to one of the big clubs in Ihn neighborhood of Pall Mall Vlmt lie does at the club U not known lint he returns by the first newspaper train in the morn ing when lie repairs to his room at the station puts on the tramps clothes again anti returns to his mode of life He has never been known to speak to anyone in time village anti no one can give a reason for his quaint be havior but local gossip has it that he was jilted as a young man and vowed tImid he would never again speak to a woman nor so far as lie H look at one again BER PORTRAIT d Olive Her j Overhaul He was a young author and as he did pot live by his pen the belief of himself and his friends in his genius remained It was said that he drew his from life a fact which in no wise diminished his popularity with fair sex says London TitBits One fLfternppn he called upon the prettiest pirl n his set and after greeting her Baid Miss Edith J haye ventured to bring you a little stpry of mine in which I hope you will take some slight interest The fact Is I have drawn you as my heroine The portrait is pronounced Excellent by everyone who has read it t is called A Mir Oh Mr Penandink how very charm Jpg muttered Miss Edith I have just peen reading a story of yours today H Is called A Mirrored Maid and I rec ognized the heroine at Did you jndeed And did you think it a likeness Excellent you sarcastic man pf course Angela is my friend though WP are ep different am devoted to her but I cant help seeing that she Is selfish and vain Oh but Miss Edith you Oh you neednt deny it Even An gela cant fall to recognize it and I do hope that it will do her good tp Se her faults described BO plainly I am sure I should know myself at once in her place for I make it a point never to ignore my own faults Oh Miss Edith I Oh yes I dont wonder that you would rather not confess that it Is she after showing her to be such a little cat So this is the magazine with the story in which I am the heroine Is it Dear me I am quite excited Hand me that papercuttpr Oh Miss Edith Really I Yes and you must read itto me your self I know I shall be delighted for I admire all your tories so much Why Mr Penandink are you ill I I that Js j am not feeling very well and I think I have an engagement too It you must go but be sure tp come soon again and hear what I think of the story But that is Just what Mr Penandink will never do Both to He Congratulated First Dear Girl foncrratumte me dear simpKins proposed last sight and Iaccepted him Second Dear Girl Congratulate me Jear fr Simpkins proposed to me night before last and I refused him TitBitjS of us Julon Re cio lu Hulk referred to where lie has a private houe wlmeje lie resumes his peculiar couldavoid at pnshaken haraters pace gop paean will you Wen f J I Appears Characters station She Jtecoguitzed hi lierhpe Once Ioely lip err c L K d I0 0 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BAM OF LANCASTER KY AT leClose of BuSiDess Jan Loans and discounts 131295 fi2 Overdraft secured and unsecured 41770 U S howls to secure circulation Stocks securities etc 2i CO 700000 Due from Nutloual flanks lot reserve agents 912 CS One from approved reserve agents 9771 32 Checks other cash items 330 23 Notes of other National Hanks 850 00 Fractional papercurrencynlckelscts 1GG 35 LAWFUL RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie J7500 CO Legaltender notes 9000 00 1GWO 00 Redemption Fund with Tress urer circulation 2 00 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fund 10000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1IC12 07 XatioiialBank Notes Outstanding 41MOO C- ODae to Other Hanks 151G 93 Due to Trust Companies and havings Banks S423 11 Due to approved reserve iigents 198707 39 s 00 Total I S U DENNY Cashier of the above named bunk do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of my and belief 8 C DENNYCashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of January 1905 It KINNAIRD Public Commission expires January 13th 1903 CORRECT Attest ALEX R DENNY A C KOBINSOV Directors JNO E STORES J FUN FOR THE ACTRESS ITfr Mrtlmd of Cnlllnjr tlip FlrvnfS- uKurMM Oooil Sjslim fur ArouxiiiKT Hotel Client I was surprised at the thorough ness of the hotel fire alarms of Wash ington said a guest of one of the leading hotels to a representative the Star It was about two oclock this morning when the tlung went off An actress came home from a late sup per and not getting the elevator in time touched off the fire alarm There Is a little lisc alongside of the elevator bell on each floor about the size of an ordinary watch A little nickel hammer is attached by a chain and on glass in the disc Is painted the words In case of fire break this glass The actress didnt do a thing to time glass anti as a result there was the greatest commotion you ever heard The halls were filled with petw pie looking for fireescapes and most of them had their summer clothes on Windows were thrown open and it is a great wonder some one did not jump out Firemen ran hose in the halls iu every direction in a few seconds and then it was found to be a false alarm Many of the ladies could not sleep again and remained in the office the rest of the night It was great fun for the actress but it showed a most re markable system of alarm I would ponsider the system perfect and I be unless people got very much de moralized the entire hotel could be mptied in less than five minutes FRANKLINS GREAT TRIUMPH fpHaiinrnt Worn In hour of Hnnlll Mlon Saved for tbe Hoar of- pnglUlf Defeat When time treaty of Paris which established peace between the Upited States and England had been finally signed and sealed Franklin turned to the English commissioners Gentlemen he said writes Alfred Henry Lewis in Everybodys Maga zine I observed you cast an eye upon this old spotted velvet suit I wear Let me tell you what I would have you tell to England Once years ago when these differences ye have just concluded lay seed I bore a petition fp Eng lish privy council I was Jaughcil nod jeered at if you will as and a savage of po rights by the grave chief justice and his They put forward a Scotch pur one Wedderburn to mouth and worry me I was helpless with no save my conscience Qn that my day of heaviest burdpn I was jn these spotted velvet J not pretend T was un moved and in my hate anti pf the moment I made a menta vow hat this raimenf worn it the hour jf my humiliatiop I yet wear the hour of British humiliation and defeat From that day to this J have laid these garments by apd ROW please Pod I keep my vow one put them on HenHlllPM Place fn the World On the strength of mortolit statis tIes prepared by the government of the province of Ontario it is clnimed that Ontario is the healthiest place In the world The death rate last year was 136 per 1000 But most of the deaths are of infants and elderly people The death rate of the great class between Infancy and 55 years of age is only six per 1000 This is a death rate for the jyorking period of life lower than that pf any other country in world In nnitf Women A German professor has beep sating tilt of insanity among women apd has come to the ponclu pion that jf women are admItted into ppmpetitjpn with men the inevjtablp restilt be a tremendous incrpase of apiong thp women He finds lhat the percentage of women teachers who become insane is ajmost double UHk of the men teachers Scented Woven cloth designed for ladies dreMeg is the latest novelty from Paris The fabric retaipg Its fra granee BO long as there is a fragment of the material left you may leer drench with rain fling aside the perfumed gown but its particular fra jfrance will cling tQ it stJU 1905 RESOURCES 50000 00 o 8ImklU housefurrlturellnd fixtures U S Total 33 17 bO to00o 00 Certll KENTUCKY COUNTY OFGARRARDSS knowl I of I the iee jn our nn associates friend wilt rancQr l in th mong wilJ ipsa pity bested or I I a Os TilE 11 l33747 50- STATEOF still Slip outlander garbed would invest causes Cloth DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottla contains 2K times trial size which sells for 50 cent PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLFor sale by R R McROBERTS Lancaster DYSPEPSIA CUR 6 Ky the REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Jan ir 1905 Loans and discount JI51 1 Co Overdrafts secured and nnsvcnred 2416 S5 00Stockslluukliighoiisefuriilture and fixtures 5000 00 flue from National Kunka not Re 40Duehue from approved reserve ugenta 520U3 t Checks mid other cash items a 15 00Fractionaland cents 12 li LAWFUL MossY RESERVE IN HANK viz joJ7r U Legaltender notes 4010 00 00Redemptionurer 5 percent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL i Capital stock paid In fund 10000 00 Undivided profits less expensed and National Bank notes outstanding 50000 00 Due to other 37 to Scale flanks cud Hankers 2114 35 Individual deposits subject to check 172 2 4 TOTAL yjjjiM 47 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OFGARRARD ss I II F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of knowledge and belief H F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of January 190 S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest I Y LEAVELI J J WALKER Directors- J S ROBINSON OF ThE RESOURCES I Becl JJIM H LlIrITJES 50000 00 11009 29 J- Une taxes uathi I Trains iLeave Lancaster Timein Nov it na Paris Carlisle Maysville Cov ingtou Cincinnati etc LebaNo211040 AM Veruon Livingston London Cor bin etc Noaj For Richmond and intermediate sta j NoIl l For Stanford and way stations3 36 P M Trains run except Sunday Above is HAVING time 10 11 stop at all sta ons when flagged Special Notice 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 v office at Richmond I will C do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Amalgam and White X Fillings 50c 9 Large Amalgam and White 75c I Gold Fillings 1 and I UP 1 Gold Crowns 4 large X 5 The best set of teeth o that can be made 6 c I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make x them on Celuloid or the g best rubber at the above c price All work guaranteed x DR V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky I No 4 Haas Hog REMEDY LexlngNo105H AX l 220 PI os I I Extracted25c I KI I TEL PJlON I ties As a Cure As a Fattener As a Preventive Cash paid for all hops that die when fed this remedy Call on druggistfor Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July BOi TBAJKS AT DANVILLE SOUTH SOUND Number 1 Daily stops when Ul50amNumber 3 stops when flagged 111 30 pm Number 5 Dally all stops 11 05 am Number stops 803pm HORTH OUHD Number 2 Daily stops when flagged 420 pmNumber 4 Does Number Dally stops 150 Number 10 stops euu LB I 9 vail j Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAKD CIKCUIT CounT C R Anderson c PUT vs Israel Huffman c Dft By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rarcl Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1104 in the above styl ed action I will on MONDAY JANUARY 23 1905 publicly in front of the court house door in the City of Lancaster Ky sell to tile highest and best bidder tbe 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 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 security for said money paya ble to the undersigned Commissioner bearing 0 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 he re tamed upon the property sold until the payment moneyJMaster Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomlinson Attorney for Plantiff Commissioners Sale of Land GAICKAUD CIKCUIT CounT C C Becker fliT vs Louis Dunn c Dft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar styled case I will on MONDAY January 23rd 1905 publicly in front of the court house door in the city of Lancaster Ky to tile highest and best bidder sell the following described tract of laud lying in Garrard county Ky Bry antsville and Cane Run road and bounded as follows On the North by James on the pike road and on the West by Robert sale is 00 with 6 per cent interest per annum from the 30th day of March 1903 making a total with to day of sale of 11088 and the sum of 829 00 with G per cent interest from August 3rd IJtOl mak ing a total with interest to day of sale of 83504J and the further sum of the costs of this action amounting to the sum of 88793 making a total of debts interest and costs of 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 0 per cent ment upon which execution may Issue If bond is not paid at maturity A lion will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is J M ROTHWELL Master Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomlinson Atty for plfT No Case of Pneumonia on Record There is no case on of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after FOLEYSHONEY and TAR had been taken It stops the cough and heals the lungs and serious results from a cold Do not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some un known preparation that costs you the same a Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the an4 get genuine A CoW fir Thru Months The following letter from A J N a baum lad tells Its own tory jl suffered for three months with a severe cold A m same medicine and a physician and eight doses Three sizes 5c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AID RECOMMENDED IY For sale by CC JE Stones Hoffma- nn credit of requiredto tItsNovember ou tim urn lde bytheorless100 Interest 23385 paidhaving Com r record serious I I prevents t th improveIcuredme further name Severs