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THE CENTRAL RECORDFIFTERSTII YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 27 1905 NUMBER 4J I i l r GOODS just received from St Louis and while there purchased a car load of Bath Tubs CI sets und Lavatories from Worlds Fair buildings j These goods are the very best made will sell them fur 50 per cent less than new goods The car has just arived Call see these goods and save money I I PLUMBING I i I I f andwe I I HAs N I Some pain is the price of any power Time to burn keeps the devils fur n c going Piety is not a penance paid on to purchase property in heaven Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Wear Best Salesman oo E C BOrUS L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room 1rcmiit attention to business Its as Easy AS Rolling off a Log to furnish your house if you buy from us on the in stallment plan WE DONT CROWD YOU but make terns you can easily meet EVERYTHING FURFITURE AT LOW PRICES Successors oJA Beazley 4 Co Win Herndpn G B Swluebroad Herndon Swinebroad at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville st aSCINCINNATI ncnCGDaa r R Law v It j I T L r I L uG cas tc I I L eat th osE ARiC t 1 I Attorneys i t DIF f 9- t Local Notes The thermometer registered six zero Wednesday morning J The Geiger store room Is being and he will soon be back in regular quarters He is now In the Sweeney room Nothing is so hard as the start you once begin to save money I will find it comparatively easy to tinue Open an account with Saving Bank and Trust Co of Cincinnati Ohio and watch grow It he handy for you in time of need There was a fairly good crowd M inlay hilt a is usual on Jan uary court diy iittie business transacted Must all farmers heard the speeches on the tobacco question and the weed was the princi pal topic of conversation all day If stock sales or cons quence Services at Christian Church An examination of the furnaces made at the Christian church Tues day and it was decided to put in ones Telegrams were sent for very latest and best patterns they will be installed at once On this account the regular services next will be held In the lecture room the church Preaching at 1045 a 7 p m A Rare Opportunity Mr Pettus Webster who is in Fox Studio Lancaster every Friday i s doing some splendid work and hear his pictures complimented on sides Mr Webster is not only one the best photographers in the South but is a gentleman who has many friends during his visits to Lan caster He is here every Friday rain or shine and if you want a first class photograph visit the Fox Studio on North side Public Square on those days Back To His First Love A special from Washington to Louisville Times says The comes via Kentucky that Giovannoli will return to Danville some time this spring or summer and start a rattling county paper there He will not confirm the gossip further than to say that if he concludes to quit the Goverment service he will certainly go back to the newspaper business and that he would rather run a successful paper in Boyle county than else on th face of the earth Mr Giovannoli has been pri secretary to the Hon John W Yerkes for nearley four years and while he and his chief are on the most amicable terms he thinks he has been in the Goverment service long enough aud hankers after his old habits Mr is one of the most capable newspaper men in the entire State and has a wide acquaintance Improvements on L N The Louisville vfc Nashville Railroad Company has begun the construction of steel bridges to replace the old wooden bridges on the Kentucky Cen tral division of the line It is estima ted that the company will expend 2rOOO000 in improvements of the Ken tucky Central division this year in cutting out the curves and straighten ing the track During the last six months of last year the company had heavy steel rails laid on this line of the track and this work Is being on through to Knoxville a line of road constructed out of Knoxville to Atlanta and when it is completed the company will have a direct line from Cincinnati to Florida Resister The Next Speaker With the assemblage of the for the purpose of selecting a site our new State Capitol doubtless there is arising some conjecture as to whom will be the olllcers of the next General Assemly The most impor tant of these and by long odds the most eagerly sought post is the Speaker and the Speakership of the HouseThe gentleman who wields the over this deliberative body should posers qulifications of the first order He should be a thorough irliamcntarian of sound judgment fair and impartial mind a pro found student of the law and a man executive ability He should have firmness of decision and facility of speech in short a Speaker who is at once an ornament and an honor to the he fills Such requisite are combined in the of a son of this county who has prominently mentioned in con with the office Ills services the past session won him praise every onei his superb gift of has enchanted all who ever heard him from the rostrnm his qualifica Lions are unquestioned and we are certain that our legislators will make mistake in recognizing the eminent fitness of the Hon Richard W Miller Madison Kentucky Register We believe we are well enough acquainted with you and that you are well enough acquainted with us to share each others confidence and esteem We believe our customers are well satisfied with their treatment and are our best friends We most people prefer a home institu lion tf Bank of Bryantsvill Two hundred bushels blue teed for sale A No 1 1 21tt Will Denny Point his located I If you con the Provident It when was was new the and Sunday of the we all of made the report harry tte There- is legislature fur gavel and of seat person been cllon from oratory no of believer grin e ell below repaired rill Into the o n- and anywhere V continued during I fp t Eld T Q Martin of Winchester preach at Scotts Fork the 5th in this month at 11 a m 2t W R Gott Co the Richmon poultry men have rented Dr Kin nairds new house and opened a try hide and furbuying establish ment Drs Acton and KInnaird remove a good portion of Bynam Pointer skull who was struck on the head an iron poker by Speed Lydford at dance at the latters home is reported to be in a very serious condition The will of the late Dr II C Uerrir was admitted to probate in the court Monday The property left to his wife during her life II named his son Mr Fisher Herring a administrator who qualified as Monday Big Barn Burns The laige tobacco barn of Sila Moss this side of Hubble dcstroyd by fire Tuesday The origin is not know but the supposition is i caught from a pipe some hand w smoking About worth o tooacco some corn implements calves and other stuff went up ii smoke Mr Moss had a small insurance on the building and tli loss is a large one Still Fond of Old Kalntuck In remitting for his Record Mr Chas T Smith writes from Valcot Indthat he looks forward to tin papers visits with the greatest pleasure and adds We are located in the corn belt of this state have had an exceedingly nice winter with very little rain which means good roads which are as scarce as hens teeth in Kentucky I gathered my crop of corn about 7000 bushels and got it on the market without any rain and I am ten miles from market This country is nice for farming being level but the garden spot of the world is Old Kentucky Judge J C Hemphill has a stalk ol corn 16 feet in length which grew on the Leavell place at mouth of Sugni Creek The ear grew eleven feet from the ground He says the crop aver aged barrels to the acre The stalk is at the National Bank MrS B Henry superintendent ol the Lancaster Cemetery tells The Record there were fiftyone inter ments there during last Of th f number seventeen were children This number is a little above the One year it was exactly fiftytwo or one a week Notice The full attendance of the Garrard county Democratic committee is to meet at one oclock i 31 Saturday January 28th 1005 at Garrard county court room in Lan caster Ky Business of great import ance to be transacted This Jany 23 05 A C Bowling dim G B Swinebroad Secty The Editors Career The stork disappears and we look the cradle and behold a male child After running the gauntlet of measels mumps and chickenpox he enters At the age og ten he is a red headed freckle faced boy and the of the neighborhood At 12 he is apprentice in a printing office At 8 he has acquired two cases of long and an army press and is the editor of a country newspaper At 20 is married At 30 he is baldhead stoop shouldered and the father a large family 35 he is a corpse a cheap pine collIn and subscribers file past his bier for last look they are heaid to say lIe was a good man but he couldnt his money Important Meeting The ladies of the Baptist church are cordially urged to meet with Mrs Monday January 30th for purpose of talking over our Mission work and organizing a Missionary Society 2t Dont Butt In see a fellow man playing his own hann the very be can Dont butt in have troubles of their own Probably more than you have known them alone Dont butt in cant do them any good Wouldnt do it if you could Jouldat do it if you would Dont butt in fall out every day And would make up right away away from them you stay Dont butt In your friends go on a lark tht day at Lakeside Park stay out till after dark Dont butt in friends go And say the fish weighed so and so t wont be the truth you know Dont butt in f the conversation dont suit you Wait until the speakers through You may learn something new Dont butt in your journey here below Through this world of joy and woe Youll be tempted whereer you go But dont butt tat I I Sunday puul with a county was suet was 1000 two only We Iii on the Into school terror an primer he ed of At In as quent the save Ellis 2 p m the When you Doing All Pass onlet You If If Spend And When your On will S year average t requested 500delin Quietly Friends a fishing d d g s l t f BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS Ready to Make Success of Izatlon as Soon as a Few More ape Made Never in the history of the has there been so much tobacco talk as was done on the streets court day nor have we ever known the raisers be so deeply interested as at present Tobacco raising has been on the in crease for some time and Garrard farmers have found there is as money in it as can be realized from any crop they produce As is well known the trust form ed and was proceeding to gobble the weed at its own figures number of leading raisers concluded to make war on the trust pool own interests so to speak and secure better prices for their crops This re suited in the organization of Burley Tobacco Raisers Company which was incorporated for the pur pose of establishing a fair stable price on a free and open market for the sale of Burley Tobacco thereby promoting the i iterest of all who may cooperate with said Company To accomplish this the company made contracts with growers to take their crops al uniform prices according to grade arranged that each grower receive for tobacco his pro rata part of any profit which the company may realize thereon in excess of the schedule pri ces provided To secure enough money to do this Eastern capitalists were called upon and agreed to finance the affair not however until a certain amount of tobacco was secured or contracted for The raisers went to work and secured contracts for the necessary amount basing their estimate on 1250 pounds to the acre When final arrangements for closing the deal were commenced the parties who were to furnish the funds announced that their estimate was upon the estimate of 1000 to the acre and demanded that the Growers Company bring in contracts for additional number of pounds They gave the growers until the 2nd day of February to deliver the goods and the necessary amount has almost been foundMessrs Clave Goddard and C B Sul livanJr of Mercer county were here Monday and addressed a large crowd at the court house in behalf of tie growers fully setting forth the advan tage the raiser will derive by making a contract with the Growers Company and received much substantial encour ment The time is short and it is very important that those raisers who have not given their support to the movement fall in with the procession and thus help bring good to not only themselves but to every tobacco rais er in the state If we succeed now we succeed for all time to come The grower sets the price not the buyer Remember it is the farmers movement so help at once My Old Kentucky Home Mr M F Hetherington who v as formerly engaged in the newspaper business at Lebanon but who for the past three of four years has been at Miamn Fla recently disposed of hs interest in the business and will return to Lebanon in the spring to again in the newspaper business Ills many friends in Kentucky are glad that he is coming back to them We were all sure that he would soon grow weary of the orange blossoms and of Florida They became too monotonous Here in Kentucky we am ihrovv snowballs tc 3ay and go lulling to morrow wear furs in the morning shirtwaists in the afternoon Wo have queens in cabins hossplstos la hip pocket wines in the running and good in everything They havent got em in Florida To a Ken tuckian the old Kentucky Home looms up like a ten dollar gold piece in the palm of a pauper It matters not where he is it matters not what the season may sees in memory the green vines oer the door the wi d rose by the garden gate the Ben Davis apple tree in the orchard and behold the laughing faces of a thousand old friends he is not the penitentiary hes coming back He wont stay cant stay away Theres a sort of a something behind him pushing him hack towad the Keutucky shore When you liava away from hone did you never out Into the open and let the eye measure to that blue spot in the skies you think home ought to be you ever did well wager you have seen a pretty hand in a band of lilies beckoning you And hardly before know what you are doing youve got YOu satchel packed and bought a sandwich and a railroad ticket I Kentucky friend of ours once we t p Southern California to spend the winter and one day when he and a arty of friends were out drinking In myriads of beauties which so lavishly bestowed upo i that land he was asked by a friend they were driving by a fruit forest with its thousands of blooming trees if that were not about the prettiest sight he had ever seen He replied No What have you ever seen that was prettier his triands asked Athorn tree and a huckleberry bush upon a hillside in Kentucky he replied Springfield Palrof childs gold rim spectacles on Lexington street J C emphills and W R Moss Liberal eward tojr return to The Record tike it Organ county to up Recently- a their The and ills brooks belie andIf in awayhe been go If you ham the Providence as emphatI- cally Lost t J I Money Contracts good tie engage sunshine where A Sun Lot LAST NOTICE All taxes not paid by FEBRUARY FIRST will be advertised and the property sold in front of the Court House This is postively my last no tice and I mean to treat all alike 2t W L Lawson Sheriff The children of the Epworth League of the Methodist church had a very pleasant time at a social giver them by Maurice Ashley at his beau tiful home on Stanford street on last Friday evening The League is in i most flourishing condition and is now constituted as one of the most potent powers for goodln our community We are not seeking a great bulk business but instead prefer the con fidence of careful thinking people who desire to do business with an institution ever ready and glad to provide all accommodations which safe banking will premit tf Bank of Bryantsville New Firm The undersigned will act as agents for several of the best merchant tail oring houses during tile coming season Expert cutters from fashion circles will take measurements and satisfac tion Is guaranteed in prices quality and fit Call at opening displays which will be announced later tf Jacob Joseph M D Hughes A Memorial Service The U D C met with Mrs Alex Doty Jan 19th for the purpose of commemorating the birthday of one of our great leaders and Generals of The Lost Cause Robert E Lee lIe was honored true and brave A great man by inspiration IllOOKAMMK Opening Address Mrs Alex Doty Prayer Mrs Lewis Doty Vocal Solo Ben Bolt Miss Mary Lear Reading Life of Robt E Lee Miss Fannie Doty Selection R E Lees Surrender Mrs Ed C Gaines Piano Solo A melody in F Reubeiistein Miss Alma Lear Recitation A Conquejed Banner Mrs Fred Frisbie Selection Lees Advice to his children Royston Reading Bennett Youngs Address to the Mrs Fanny M Farra Selection Lees Farwell Address Mrs Martha Frisbie Piano Solo Moonlight on the Miss Mary Doty An interesting sketch of R E Lees Life Miss Frankye Doty Nor shall his glory be forgot While fame her record keeps U D C of Robt E Mrs Jas A Confede ates Hudson spotWhere Get in the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co OUR is 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 We rely upon honesty and merit Call and see us We appreciate your patronage TIIE I Sweeping Out Sale have No Fake No I No Old Stock y 11b7 Joseph Mercantile C- oI I 00000oooooaooooooaooooo0oooooacoooooooo ooooo0000000000000000000 fi Sales liatdilPellily Schemes 1111 BAR6AINS BARGAINS I I A GREAT N N I CLEARANCE SALE rr rr I SUITS Z v v OYERCOATS In order to clean up 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 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 T LOGAN II best t III r W t k iiH I ww GOME 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 You go to a BAKER for BREAD WIlY Not Come to a CARRIAGE for BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low pries We want your patronage Conn LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prcst ORGANIZED 1883 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fsoooo SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and l of Kentucky I jf U 1 j1JIf 4 w w 1 n I I and I i wrn n n rlWtnAJ1A9 UUUUlUUU nUiU U UUUiUU uuuuuuu unuu u u t t t t t It t t H tt t t t i J J Walker T M Arnold II II II I It It It It It It It II I II II I II II It jr i I I t and ROBINSON nnnnnmm rnmm mnriinnnnmvnrnr vmm nflnnrnr SAKE fro 1F f1f1t1fM 4s Z y Z WQllEquippeiTank Th4 antsuill4- r antsv711e R s I CENTRAL RECORD 1 folioed Weekly Year j LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at SecoadClat JIail Walter Lancaster Ky January 27 1905 It now looks as though the special session of the Legislature called to select a suitable site for the new dollar capitol will do nothing but kill a lot of time and spend some for the people The thing to do is give the people a chance to vote that of government be moved to Lexington where it rightfully belongs The craft rejoices with Bro Lewi Brown of the Harrodsburg Democrat who has just bought and moved into a handsome residence in that city No deserves greater success than does this able gentlemanly and be loved newspaper man The story comes from Chicago of a citizen of that city having thirteen wives Just think of thirteen pairs of cold feet stuck into a fellows back these cold nights That man hero Land Stock Crops A Mason county man who keeps tab on the weather says the drouth in Kentucky lasted 130 days At Louisville was sold Wednesday the prize hogshead of Burley tobacco that was shown at the worlds Fair It brought 3350 per hundred The Todd County Tobacco Planters Association decided upon a reduction of acreage the amount to be cultivat ed by each member nut to exceed seven and onehalf acres to the hundred acres owned by him Mordecai flyers sold a pair of two yearold mules to a North Carolina man for 315 Robert Karrick bought of II C Ilowell 39 acres of land and improvements Grassy Lick pike for 84400 Mt Sterling Sen tiuel Democrat Mr Horman Hambrick sold to Mr E W Hughes Ins crop of tobacco as follows 15000 pounds at 1150 20000 pounds at 11 and 25000 at 10 Georgetown Times We cash checks drawn on any Bank If you want to send money away we will attend to it for you If you want to open only a small account for the convenience of paying little bills by checks this institution is at your service tf Bank of Bryantsville At the opening sale of the Burley loose Tobacco Warehouse in Lexington Monday 335000 pounds were sold at an average of 1025 per hundred The highest figures obtained were 13 75 per hundred and the lowest 3450 Many of the piles were sold at the intermediate prices ranging from 9 to 12and there were few rejections Many buyers were present J A Downard of Cincinnati was the largest buyer and the Continental a close second Mrs W S Wighamof Lincoln would be glad to know if any lady in this part of the state can beat her re cord for 1004 She sold 8800 worth of strawberries 5770 worth vegetables 0180 worth of eggs She milked three cows 9 months of the year and 5 cows the remaining 3 months and sold 155 0 worth of milk and 246 80 worth of butter making a totalof SC0220 besides supplying two families in and eggs and berries and one in milk and the other one in milk part of the time Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it effected a com N F Murray the apple grower of Missouri says that he visited a friends orchard several years ago and found forty magnificent treesbeariug a fine crop of apples The soil was all in sod and he advised the owner to break thesod and cultivate the ground surface like a garden The owner could not see why he should do tills when he had just sold his crop of apples in the sod for 5000 Mr Murray finally convinced his that his orchard could not produce such crops if left in the sod and the result was that the ground was broken and thoroughly cultivated and the next year the crop on that orchard sold for 12000 One of the experts of the Bureau of Forestry says Kentucky people are begining to experienc what Spain and Judea and other deforested countries have experienced and that is torrential floods alternating with drought and at the same time a and fluctuating rainfall from the same general cause A well country is a well watered country The removal of the forest works a chang in a climate there is less humidity and the extren es of he t and cold are more markd If It be tge for worse in this region and caus ing the drouth and there Is every Jeason to believe that such is the fact it behooves tie people to turn and help their own prjyeri luat is by taking measures through o enactment and otherwise for the pre servation of the forests 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 tills They afe just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At RE McRoberts drugstore 25c guaranteed f n 5tO i i a r DO per million money the isa butter DrugStore con diminished wooded lLi requirements peat man 1 8 acres f frt della- the eglsla 1 a it examination for Common Hchool will hold t my oHee in Lancaster on the Friday and Slit urday in J anuary 27 and 28 1905 2t Walker County Supt Town For Rent 1 will rent my six room dwelling situated on Danville street and give possession at once House is in good repair Place contains two acres 3t Mrs Ellen Bettis The Bastin Telephone Company will receive bids for furnishing Locust or Cedar telephone in lots of 25 to 200 on Lancaster and Lexington pike between Clayton Arnolds and Bry autsville For specifications call at the office of Bastin Telephone Coin pa ny at Lancaster ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Dr II C Herring decd will present them properly proven to the undersigned for All persons indebted to said estate will please settle same as the business must be wound up tf Fisher Herring Admr Notice to Debtors Lancaster Ky January 17th 1005 To those indebted to the estate of K F Postle assigned Your attention to the fact that your account remains unpaid If it is nut paid at be com to institute for the estate must be settle give this notice our immediate at tention Settle with me or my attorney W I Williams at once J E Robinson Assignee of K F Postle Assigner New Poultry and Produce Firm We have located in Lancaster on Buford street opposite Conn shop where we are prepared to handle Chickens Turkeys Ducks Geese Eggs Furs Feathers Etc Etc and will pay Highest CASH market price for everything in this line We want your business and guarantee satisfaction Rink phone 1C7 VEAL CALVES a specialty W R GOT CO Love is lifes interpreter Every man owes every other man a happy face Found a Cure for IiidlgeMllou 1 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 fiftyone years of age and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almost thing I want to now George W Embry Rock Mills Ala For sale by Frisbies Drug Store lm You do not clear yourself by everyone else It takes more than molasses on the lips to make honey in the heart Tonic to the System 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 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 relia ble remedy to carry with them Sold by R E McRoberts lm The longwinded prayer often goes with a broken winded practice When hypocrites meet the devil has time to eat Sickening Milverlnjr Fits of Ague and Marlaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a lure 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 hav ing none of this drugs bad fects of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At R E McRoberts drugstore price 50c gnarenteed lm The music of heaven does not depend on the misery of earth The driest religion is the gushing kind ti A pri ouer iu her own House Mrs W II Lay ha of 1001 Agnes ave Kansas City Mo has for several years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which 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 rectlons and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice a decld ed change for the better and at this time after using it for two weekshave no hesitation in saying I realize that 1 am entirely cured This remedy Is for sale by Frisbie Drug Store lm PAINT LICK 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 There are number of people who have an erroneous impression They think that they never control enough money to start a bank account In this they are mistaken We solicit small accounts as well as large And we handle the business of both with our best care We believe that you ought to have a Bank account and we offer you our best service tf Bank of Bryantsville I lv er A ut E L i settlement s call once shall polled s Kindly 2t Bro I remedies smut- ting RI- sers u E she die I 1 Property t sit S u p U 4 diseased after 4 all Business and Bargains Chicken feed Banks Hudson No 1 fresh milk cow J W Elmore Sanitary Goods from Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J It Haselden tf Cheap China at Wards grocery 2t Bring your eggs to Wards grocery Boarders wanted at Mr D D Simp sons 129tf Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Bauks Hudson tf Closing Out We have big bargains in every line tf Thompson the Jeweler Clover timothy and blue grass seed home grown 127tf Banks Hudson For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney I Clover timothy and blue grass seed all hunts grown Banks Hudson tf Your accounts and notes aredue we ore closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler Ward buys more produce than all other merchants combined Why because he pays more fur them 2t Will pay nets for good fat young tukeys delivered II B Nortucott 113tf Having decided to quit the dairy business will sell several nice fresh milk cows F M Campbell 113tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at store and order the Ladies Home Journal 10 21 tf The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Custom Grinding Bring your corn and get some good meal Banks Hudson The operations of this Bank are the eye and inspection of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bryantsville Use Frisbies Almond chapped lianas face or lips Its sure cure 15cts 120tf Frisbies Drug Store Corn Crush Bring in a load and get something high class to feed Banks Hudson Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cnt my timber I will cut fence posts telephone poles etc or address ni3 at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James II Henry A desirable Residence adjoining property of Caldwell Female College in Danville A rare bargain For terms call on cr address S W fee Danville Ky or Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be the best ever brought to Lancaster and the increase demand for it proves its popularity We always have pl n ty on hand at low prices Call us up Adams W H Ward has a full line of up lo date Groceries China Tinware Nails Rope thread etc which he cheaper than any place in town pays cash 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 bargain in sumo of the best books published See them at the Joseph Merchantile Gos 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 tor immediately phone 100 or address box 150 tf If your hens are not ay ing now come to us for a box Dr tury poultry food It win mai fthfem lay when every tiling Only 25cts Frisbies Drug 1 20 The W C T U Library is opened every Tuesday night for exchange ol books Why not give your friend a membership and thus unable him to get 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 load 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 tt J T Williams Sons Best Paper FOP Ladies The Ladles Home Journal is far ahead of any thing in the reading line for grows in favor day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 2ltf I will pay for information in regard to evidence that Elijah Bias or of Co C 124th Regiment Kentucky Volunteers was sick in i during the civil war Any membersaid Company or other soldiers know ing any thing in regard to this write to Mrs Fannie Artes 910 E Franklin street Crawfordsville Ind and payment l132t AsGood Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico in satisfaction Then it is a great satisfaction to know that your orders are doing to be filled when promised Williams bears a 916tf We have now bottled our extract of Vanilla This is made by ourselves from the best Mexican Vanilla Beans and is absolutely the best and purest you can use There is no extract on the market as We want every one that likes a good vanilla to try one bottle We are sure that you will be pleased Price 20 cents 120tf FrisbiesJ rujr Store r forsale For Sale Worlds 2t Possession tr- washes under Bankof Cr amror r See For Salo 3 granarytf II as n ell tore every l receive buyers a S t Men Oil his S e t iHs s Ready for Business I am prepared to Grind Also to Crush Corn for Stock L AtI your LOrn into Table Meal r 1 I am the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Try my Cow Feed its better than shipstuff Any class of Feed you may need in Leavellstand andcheap GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER t Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood I COOCooc lOOt 1 I i f OOe00 O0000 Louisville Ky First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair 2 OOOOCOOO f If you need a New Ledger 1 or any Blank Books M6Roberts Drug 5tor6 rA d il I Having concluded to quit business we offer for sale our lmetal clad store house with ware house barn chicken house etc in the town of Bryantsille Ky Also our I stock of goods consisting Jf Dry Goods Boots Shoes Felts Rubbers Drugs Medicines Groceries Hardware Hats Caps I I v 2 OOOOOO O remember we have full line of them foilBusilless Sa1e and every thing kept in a first class General Store BROSLBryantsville Kentucky w ww Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy 1 A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in the city for a good business Can bought for lessthan cost of buildings etc Estab listed trade now No 2 A largenew residence with 6 acres of on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on Rich mond street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 oee at 4750 very large and desirable property one at 8000 All atruck bottom prices No 5 New cottage and H acres on on Dan vllle avenue Remarkably late at price 2000 No 7 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 goods at a stand having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two on first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent on the price at can be purchased A splendid investment No 11 Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land 3i miles from 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and Goings Ly Those W Are In Miss Sue Sutton is the guest of Mrs J I Hamilton Miss Eliza Ison has been the guest of Mrs Ellen Poor Miss Sarah Letcher is spending sev eral weeks with Mrs F J White Miss Nannie McLean of Nashville is the guest of Mrs Bell Burnside Miss Lilly Dale Grant has returned from a visit to Harden in CovingtonMiss Rucker of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Ilelon PattersonMrs Folgcr and son Frank or Nieholasvillf have been guests of the Misses Arnold Mr Joe who is living at Deca tur III is visiting his on Crab Orchard street Mr G W Ilagati and bride of Rich mond visited his brother Mr Lee Hagan and wife last Friday Morgan of Waynes burg is visiting her daughter Mrs J M Acton Lexington avenue Mrs Louis Landram will return from a twoweeks visit to her sister Mrs Howard Rice in Louisville today Win R Marrs of Knoxville was here Sunday to see his wife who is visiting her parents on the Lexington road Mr and Randolph Harris and pretty daughter came over from Tnr nersville and spent Sunday with his parentsMrs Jennings S B Jen nings and family have moved from Paint Lick to their property on street Mr C W Frisbie has accepted a with a New York wholesale house and will go on the road as traveling representativeMiss has accepted a post Lion in D D Geigers grocery store where she will be delighted to wait upon her friends Mrs W A Berkele and daughter left this week for Mobile Ala at which place Mr Berkele is holding a position with the L and N road Misses Ethel Estridge Louise Rice and Roy Estridge of Paint Lick have been visiting Misses Mamie Lula and Mollie this week Mrs C D Waite continues quite ill at the home of her son Mr R II Bat son Mrs Waite is greatly beloved by a wide circle of friends who sincerely trust that she will soon be restored to health Out in theCounty v Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters McCREABY Miss Alice Mercalf is visiting Misses Pattie and Elizi Naylor I Mr John Doolin bought a horse from Terry Dennis for 85 Preston and Grover Smith of Kirks ville arc visiting their grandmother Mrs Ray Miss Melissa Hamm will go to Burn Ky this week where she will en ter school Miss Jennie Dickerson of Buckeye and Miss Jennie Ray of Madison Co are visiting Mrs Porter Wearen Miss Ethel West of Lancaster and Miss Helen Miles of Buckeyeare with Miss Bessie Gullie for a few days The Ladies Aid Society of the Buck eye church met with Mrs Samuel Cot ton Saturday On account of the cold weather attendance was small Mr and Mrs Warner have re ceived word from their son Rooert who has been in the Philippines and i China for three years that he would start home the 5th of January so all necessary arrangements are being made for the prodigals reception HAllKSBDKY I Miss Carrie Clark is seriously ill Mrs Gums who has been sick is up againMrs Robert Clark was in Lancaster shopping Saturday Mr Goins sold to Mr Clayton Arnold 20 shoats at 3 cts per Ib Mr Thadeus of Stanford is visiting friend here Miss Susan Sutton is visiting friends in LancasterMrs of Hubble is vis itinp her mother Mrs Perkins Mr N G Bogie and wife are visiting relatives in Marbury Alabama Messrs Jesse Urton and Charley Al attended the party at MrBreth BrownsMr and family attended the funeral of his brother Dr H C Herring at Lancaster Messrs Charlie Anderson of Lancas ter and Clyde Herring of Louisville visitors of T I Herring last week The farmers took advantage of the iceharvest and the ice bouses were rapidly filled The ice was 5 Inches IIQ tA Mrs G R Mrs Ellzlbeth Mrs J position McWho ter A Budget of News from Various Points in I side I G T tI I Aldridge drld I Patty mother Richmond were thick and of gooa qijality Mr Hoggo boughteyeral bbl of corn from J W Sitnpsqn at 2 25 per bbl in the crib He also purchased from D S Swope a small stack of hay for S 00 Mr James Durham and Miss Lucy Marsee were married at the home of the bride Rev G W Thompson the nuptial ceremony The bride belle from Ml Hebron and is very popular STONE Mr Sam Duncan and wife are visit ing at High Bridge Mrs J Speaks of Paint Lick is with her mother Mrs C M Moberly George Ray and Thomas Hicks are in the city this week on business Mrs Mary J Sanders sold a bunch of shoats to A C Miles at 3lc per lb Mr and Mrs CS Sanders entertained a number of their young friends last Friday night Mrs C S Sanders and Jewell Sanders visited Mrs Snyder of Madi ison last week Miss Addle Carter and Man ford Carter of Jessamine visited this vicinity recently Mr F N Folger sold his crop of of twelve thousands pounds to Mr Beazley of Paint Lick at 10 75 per hundred also Mr Walter Fain sold to same his crop at 8 00 per hundred BOURNE Joseph Turner sold one hog to C A Arnold for 11 60 Alex Dean bought 5 shoats of Joel Marsee for 13 00 John Benge bought 2 horses of Dr Elliott for 100 W M Duncan bought a hog of II F Edgington for 300 Jas M Turner of Hyattsville visited friends here last week Mrs Lucy A Turner sold 2 hogs to Clayton Arnold for 1200 Hill of McCreary vis ited R C Broaddus last week James Morford has moved to Mr Carriers place near Marcellus Lewis Ray of Buckeye visited Mr Allen Ray and family last week Mr James Overstreet and wife of Little Hickman are guests of R L Stinnett and family HAJIJIACK Mr Edd Boian of Illinois is visiting his father Mr John Bolan Mrs Bettie Reynolds visited Mrs D G Ross last week Miss Mollie Conn and brother visited Mrs D G Ross last week Mr Perry Bartlett of Fleming is visiting Mr and Mrs C W Graves Mr James Ross is visiting his sister Mrs Maud Conn of Manse Bynam Pointer got his skulled at a dance below Lancaster Friday night but was able to be brought home Saturday evening The ten days writing school closed Friday but MrJackson will commence a second term at Union Monday 23rd BllYANTSVILLE Mrs Atha Dunn is visiting London Mr Jeff Dunn was in Lexington on bnsiness Saturday Mr John Smith has been spending several days in Cincinnati Misses Joe Helen Maret and Mattie Mae Jenkins have oeen sick Mr J W Hutchin of Brodhead was here a few days aka on business Mrs Josephine Boner entertained a few of her friends at dinner Monday Mis8 Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnMrs Mote Scott visited her sister Mrs Crutchfield of Nicholasville re centlyMr and Mrs Sam Baker of Jessa mine visited Mr and Mrs Will Glass SundayMiss Ison has begun teaching a school at Brights school house in the Bend Mr and Mrs Noel Jean of Danville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Berkele Miss Mayme Ballard expects to go to Lexington in a few days for a short visit to relatives Miss Margaret Jenkins nas returned home after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Louisville Miss MargaretGallaher will leave m a few days to visit friends in Knox vine Tenn and Macon Ga Little Miss Josephine Moss of Jes samine visited her grandmother Mrs Josephine Boner last week Miss Mae Scott who has been teach ing the public school here closed a very successful term last Friday Miss Pauline Arnold will leave in a short time to enter school at Danville Ill also Miss Mae Scott will enter Georgetown College Dr Ben Swope who was hurt sever al days ago by being thrown from bis horse continues to improve slowlybut is still confined to his room Mrs Eliza H Ballard went to Cintn nati Wednesday where she entered her son Master Bryan Ballard in school She will visit relatives IP before returning home Quite a number of visitors from neighboring towns expected to at tend the Masonic Lodge Monday eve ning as there will be work in the third degree Little Miss Mae Jenkins of Mr and Mrs Colby T Jenkins was badly burned a few days ago It oc f isa a reatives- In tobacco Mr Mr Tlmomps tlf Henry county cracked I relatives- In Lexington r 8 performing bliss Eugene are purred accidentally was trying to start a tire Not knowing any ker osene had been put on it with the lighting of a match it blazed into face instantly Another accident occurred Saturday Mrs Logan Burke was sitting in flOut of the tire when suddenly the celluloid combs in her hair caught ourning her very badly but not seriously as her husband was near and put out the flames These two accidents should prove a warning to all as most of us are inclined to be rather careless in such matters Mr J M Ingraim has moved to Madison county Mrs Chas Croucher has been very sick for several days Mr Joe Simpson has sick for several days but improving now Mrs W H Sebastin is slowly from a very severe spell of grip Raymond Simpson has bought of Jno Prather one 2 yearold horse for 70 Mr Lewis Simpson of Buckeye was here last week visiting his brother Joe Simpson who has been very sick Simpson Jackson have invoiced their stock of merchandise and find that the past year has been a very prosperous one Bro A J Pike failed to meet his appointment Saturday at Freedom but was there onSundav and an excellent sermon Mr J II Prewitt a very industrious bachelor near here sold to Duerson Broaddus of Madison GO hogs weight 130 lbs Also 10000 pounds of tobacco at ten cents He is a fine and a good catch for some girl who wants to take a boy to raise PllEAUHERSFlLLE Mrs Virgie Traylor is some better Mrs Dan Naylor has been sick for several days Mrs Hattie Hutchins is visiting her sister at Jellico- J P Ballard sold 20 sheep to Dave Collit at 4 00 each Mrs J F Pettus was visiting Walter Pettus and wife Saturday- W H Brown and wife were visiting Robt McAlister and family Sunday Bryant Ballard and wife were visit ing their children in Stanford last weekWilliam Sutton and wife have been with their mother who has been sick for several days Mrs F F Cummins and daughter Miss Allie Mae were visiting in Crab Orchard Thompson and wife were visi tors of her mother Mrs Garner at Cedar Creek Sunday M 0 Kennedy of this place and Mr Ebb Dickerson of Buckeye left night for Indianapolis to see Mr Eugene Sutton who was badly man filed in a factory He had to have an arm amputated and is in a critical PLATWOOD John Lawson went to Kingston the last of the week Miss Lucy Comney is visiting rela tives in Kingston Wm Campell has returned from a trip to the mountains J C Clouse sold six fat hogs to W L Lawson at 390 per hundred Mrs Florence Cormney sold three shoats to Mr John Maryman for 5 00 Mr and Mrs Wm Coldiron are over the arrival of a baby daugh terSam Wilcox bought of J C Clouse 5 shoats for 10 75 and 1 from Lamb for 100 Miss Ada Cook and Mr Wm Man nnig were entertained Sunday by Miss Adas sister Mrs Icy Lawson- J W Coldiaon bought a cow from Wm Coldiron for 20 00 one from W II Furr for 2500 and swaped cows with Wm Brewer HACKLEY Rice Logan sold a crop of tobacco 1075Mr Lazure is on the sick list again Joe Burnsides and Logan sold their tobacco for 10 cents Mr Steve Adkidson sold 72 barrels of corn at 2 00 per barrel has been visiting in this vicinity for the last week Mr Hood Baker of Madison bought the property vacated by Mr Tuck KelleyMr Mrs Lem Whitaker have returned from a visit to frieds In Kirksville Mr Tuck Kelley and family have made Campvellsville Taylor County their future home Mr E G Creech has completed his new dwelling and store and we hope shall soon be ready to wait upon his customers BEUNA Y1STA Mr Lucien Frost continues quite ill Bro Welburn filled the pulpit at Mt OH vet Sunday Several from here attended court at Lancaster Monday Mr Stewart of Crab Orchard visited friends here Sunday Miss Lucretia Skinner spent Sun day with her parents Ruble Bros have taken their cattle to Dowliugs distillery HP Ison has moved into his new as she j Improving Saturday- D F Saturday condition rejoicing JIm Miss Spainhower r NINA been preached C businessman We have some sp ecial values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES IIOT BOTTLES CHEST HAIR BRUSHES TOOTII BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact will you in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE 11c 1 n 1r VI I PROTECTORS goodvalues I J a r WATER tie give L1 home purchased of P S Terrill Quite a number filled their during the recent cold spell Mr and Mrs W H Duncan have been visiting her relatives at Faulconer Misses Mae Robinson and Annie Perkins of Marksbury spent with Miss Bessie Bolten Miss Florence Christopher who left for Deming New Mexico a week or so ago is very much pleased with the place and her many friends here hope she will be much benefitted HYATTSY1LLE Misses Mary and Gertude Noel who have been visiting their aunt Mrs J M Iliatt have returned to their home in Danville O T Layton sold and delivered his fine crop of tobacco to Rue last week for ten cents all around Mr Layton certainly understands handling the weedAnother good old darkey gone in the death of Uncle Peter Lear which occurred Jan 18 Garrard county has lost one of its best and most servants Uncle Peter as he was generally known has been a hard man up to a few weeks also when he contracted a deep cold which soon resulted in death Congratulation Mr John H Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the manu facturers 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 for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time We have live children and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another is that it is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate vou upon the success of your remedy For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m A JAMAICA WAKE Practice That Common Among Xcurocn of the West The peasants of Ireland are not the only people who wake a corpse The practice is as common among the negroes of Jamaica in the West but they are more generous than the Irish they give the deceased two wakes instead of one says the St Louis Republic The first wake is held on the first night after death the second on the ninth night when the ghost is sup posed to hover around the house and require propitiation The wake starts with a procession of the mourners to the grave where a white cock is sacrificed to make the perturbed spirit rest Then they re turn to the house light a number of candles and fortify themselves with immense quantities of rum and food One after another the mourners yell at the top of their voices to the ghost they imagine to be present telling him how much they loved him and what an excellent man he was Hymns are sung and then the spirit is to be placated and the mourn ers are free to have a good time A feast or eating match follows and most of the guests get drunk on strong estate rum which is prac tically proof spirit Boisterous games are played and favorite native songs are sung The corpse is not usually present at a Jamaican wake as it is at an Irish one because in a tropical country burial almost immediately follows death At the nine night as the negroes call the second watts four men take up the sheet on which the dead man expired Holding it by the corners they shake it violently call ing out Bredder Dead Man Bredder Dead Man Am you dere Heres you ole friens den come fer talk wid you If you love we don come out There follows a few minutes of terri fied silence Will the ghost appear and cause trouble If he does not the mourners heave a sigh of relief and conclude that their efforts have quieted the restless spirit forever Then they start in to enjoy themselves again New Klml of Heater The electrothermic fan of M De Mare of Brussels consists of a fan with mica blades carrying re sistance coils the apparatus being driven by an electric motor The of this form of heater is that the moving coils radiate heat so that nothing is lost in light and in a late experiment the wire was made white hot before starting but soon cooled down to blackness at the center as the fan rotated the outer coils continuing to glow feebly The heat discharged from the mouth of the 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of Oklahoma Ind writes Mv wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranleed at 50c and 1 by R E McRobertsdrug gist Trial bottle free 1m EXCITING BUT PLEASANT Experience of Confederate Soldier In Garrard County During the War The following article printed in the Nashville American refers To one of Garrards most prominent and citizens Col B F Robinson lIe received a letter a few days ago in which the writer expressed his in finding the address of Uncle Ben and telling at length how much he appreciated the kindness of this popuiar and bighearted old Garrard ite The article is as follows Autumn of 1802 was ideal and acceptable to the footsore diers of Gen Braggs army as they had left Chattanooga to march across the States of Tennessee and Kentucky to meet Gen Buell and Gen Thomas at a point out of Louisville It was on this venture into Ken tucky while we were in camp at Bry anisvilie a few miles from Perryvllle and a short time before that great known as the Battleof Perryville among others who came around our camp to see what a rebel soldier looked like was a Mr Rpbinson who claimed to be a Southern sympathizer a far mer living only a few miles away His visits wjre quite frequent and we gut well acquainted He invited Capt Cockrill and myself to come over and spend a night with him As that sec tion of Kentucky was very much mix ed in sentiment we hesitated about risking it besides before Bragg went up there the country was infested with roving bands of independent thieves and cut throats who claimed to be sol diers and under that pretense com mitted all kinds of depredations but while our army was there they were in hidingHowever we concluded one noon to accept r Robinsons invitation to spend a night with him Although he had a brother a man of high rank in the Federal army Dick Robinson we satisfied ourselves of the sincerity of our new friend and felt we would meet a welcome and protection so far as he was concerned So one beautiful day we scrubbed and brushed up ourselves as best we could and mounted our horses that were freshly groomed and started out across the country to find Mr Robinsons home It was off the public road The country was hilly and route quite bewildering to a We could not but think of bush whackers and what an advantage such a section of country gave those that way The moon came out bright the air was fresh and after some confusion we struck the road to our hosts A better feeling crept over us and we soon found ourselves being welcomed by one evidently acquainted with the meaning of the phrase old Kentucky hospitality lIe lived in a large twostory house which was light ed up and very soon we were presented to his family and received a welcome on all sides that put us at ease at onceI not attempt to describe the bountiful repast that awaited us in the supper room and it is needless to say that we were in a state to enjoy it All went well and after doing full justice to everything before us we were sitting upon the piazza with his family around The moon was just doing its best to keep in pace with the delightful fall climate We were listening to the many incidents of horror that had happened through that section and the mountainous a days journey away befor Gen Braggs army had made its appear ance I dont know exactly how CaptCock rill felt but I must admit a feeling of indiscretion of helplessness came over me inasmuch as we had left our arms in camp and it was straggling parties like ours these fellows looked for when all at once Mr Robinson jumped up listened and then walked out in the yard in front of his house and coming back quickly said I hear horses Some one is com ntr this way There are several and they are riding rapidly too By this time the whole family was I I are popular happiness especially so battle stranger inclined district Gentlemen S I ltuusatu1 p I 1JV FOR SPRING SOWING Li Omit Catalogue for IHIS Mailed Free Contains full IzfonoatIon these as well as all Suds for the and Gar4en We stocks of Grass and Cloves Alfalfa Rape Seed Oats Seed Con Sea Potatoes Forage Crops Vegetabll Seeas etc BLUE RIBBON SEEDS ARE Gold Xe4aI at Ie oed 1905 WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i The finest grained Oat for this section and the South as zoo t buslieiz peracoc taU growth Soc forage and the moot of oats by- Irommentlarmers all zectiona Farm o B136T- wded t iterestefl and none mjre so tlj fl my self A thousands tlujUijhta prnwded across my fniud it seemed all at once Were we tripped betrayed giv en or sold to the enemy Our horses were stabled and to reach them we would have to go In the direction of the approaching party Then if we were not betrayed and our host was true to us it was our duty to stand by him in case of an invasion but what good could we do We had left our arms in camp out of respect to Mrllob inson There was nothing to do but face the enemy or take to the woods afootWhile this was going on in our minds and Mr Robinson and his all alert and uneasily walking and watching down the lane that led up to the house the very picture of concern Capt Cockrill and I put on a bold front stood in their midst and talked as coolly as our voices would allow I resist the temptation to look over the back way out of the house In to the woods near by but took care to let no one suspicion what I was up to Never before did I so long for my side arms and censure myself for allowing even respect to my host to induce me to leave them behind I never berore felt so helpless The horses came in sightnot until they were almost at the front gate and they came in a run Twas then my heart beat so hard that I was afraid Mr Robinsons daughter or wife standing close by would hear it The dust cleared away when all at once two girls drew up and their reins to young boy they had with them as an escort jumped oil their horses arid holding up their long riding skirts came running in laugh ing talking and crying all at once from the excitement of their venture- I could have fallen down and wor shipped them I never wanted to em brace strangers as badly before We were all greatly at soon and after refreshing themselves the girls were quickly in the parlor and we were exchanging adventures they tell ing how they got away from their homes in Lancaster about ten miles distant to make this visit and be near the Southern army and we telling them how they scared us One the leader was a Miss Letcher a near rel ative of Gov Letcher of Virginia and as might have been known a dashing tall graceful young woman full of and fire on all subjects who deplored her sex not being allowed to join the army and become a Southern soldier The other a cousin if memo ry serve me right and not quite so have forgottou her name The two made a team to attract in any crowd They had captured thtir young kinsman a mere boy and Nell mounted they led the way to Mr Robinsons a friend of their family by moonlight riding furiously for ten milesCards were introduced and we all collected around a table with a bright light hanging from the ceiling It was our opportunity to scan the features of the new arrivals I will not attempt particulars Its enough to say Kentucky never falls in producing thoroughbreds and this attempt was not an exception Miss Letcher was the star of either She led in intelligent dash looks and rep artee and from the way Capt Cock rill held his cards mjhr ing his trumps turning red in the face and then white I knew eveiy uitite that his props were giving way and that he had not only been surprised but cap tured heart and body The truth is these cards furnished no diversion There was too much beauty and wit around there to do any thing of interest but look listen and keep up our end of the line in conver Ration It was a feast for us seldom encountered as Capt Cockrill said It was intoxicating It was late when we said good night It was an evening long to be and I know from the way Capt Cockrill kept squeezing my hand all night that he was still frightened or something else We left next morning early after making many promises to return and enroll both of the yourg ladies in the Southern armv each pre ferring the artillery service with us Alas Alas Unfortunately orders came to advance and then the memor able battle of is history his tory with its many casualties and much suffering Three more days and a retreat was sounded which meant back across the State by way of Crab Orchard Lancaster Rock Castle Gap into Tennessee again via Cumberland Gap This route took us through Lan caster and as thesun rose and fell upon everything that sad but beautiful day with heads bowed in humiliation we cast our eyes about and who should we see with hands waving and calling as we passed along the streets of Lan but none so beautiful as our newlymade young lady friends Lancaster was their home and as Capt Cockrill held long and firmly the hand of one the tears fell fast and furiously down his cheeks Twas then I knew that this time the cards were turned and another capture had been made and Miss Letcher was a prisoner The meeting was brief hardly time for pledges as the enemy was pressing us but looks spoke volumes The order to forward had to be obeyed 1 looked and Capt Cockrill caught my eye turned red behind the gills and waved a last long farewell Such was the fate of war We never met again Spoiled her Beauty Harriet Howard of 209 W 34th St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema foryears but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quickand sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at R E McRoberts1 drug store JRJ I 1 family couldnot throwing easequite patriotism handsomeI remembered Perryvlle castermany I I i4 overhead 4S1 I cJ u o dAJ dFrlii wm rT i i S tJtS0= A friend in need is a friend jn deed The final test of friend ship is deeds not words not promises but performance When Mrs Ruff refers to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription as a good friend to women she speaks out of a wide experience of the merits II ot that medicine When her life was hanging in the balance it brought her back to health As Director of the German Home she has oppor tunity time and again to test its power in the cure of womanly diseases As a result she says Our great rem edy for female trouble is Dr II 77 Orphans It IN HIS NAME They laughed at him a soulless cheerless laugh And made a smile with pretense to be bland Because he stooped and raised a beggars staff And placed It In its owners hand And dropped a coin within his thriftless cup To comfort he might drink and sup They said Ah me What next One dare not guess And saw him stop to soothe a childs To brush the soil from off its Sunday dress And send it comforted upon its homeward way Xot much tis true yet dimly one may see The Christ and catch a glimpse of faroff Galilee Eccentric to extreme He led a boy Out from the crowd away from laugh and jeer Beyond the reach of them who would And dropped upon his hand a kindly tear To let him know that one walked his side To save him from himself and evils that betide Absurd beyond belief It merits jest and sneer That he in open day would demean To give a bunch of flowers without a fear To one who walked the path of erring Magdalene Her eyes welled with her tears the flowers she reverent prcst Against her heart and God knows all the rest S B McManus in Rams Horn HE COULD CLIMB Workman in an Elevator Shaft Fur nishes Text for Sermon to Young Men A man working on ap elevator was telling his experiences as a workman in one of the large skyscrapers He said that he could begin working in the shaft at the bottom and go on up slow jy climbing as the work progressed that he could not go in at the top and begiij working The height was too great tp begin there yet he had no difficulty if he worked his way up Jn the shaft It was a striking Hlustra tion of a great truth that few young people appreciate Most pf us want go in at the top somewhere and begin to work Not all of us are willing to go in at the bottom and work our way up One of the reasons why some young men have fallen is because they went in at the top where their fathers were working and tried to work in the same way Perhaps they sought only the easy places at the top places which others had reached by hard working and climbing and they could not stand the they fell to the bottom It is a good thing to reach the top in anything but it is not a good thing to be carried there and placed in position without having the experience of by slow degrees until the top is reached Hard work has its advantage f n this that it furnishes a place to stand fill in time of promotion it steadies one when he reaches the top Service HAP LEARNED TO OBEY incident n Gen Which Shewed His Strict Fidelity to Duty It is told of Gen Havelpck that one day when a boy his father having some business to do left him on London Bridge and bade him wait there till he came back The was detained and forgot bis son not returning to the bridge ail that day Jn the evenhig he reached home and after he hail Tested a little while his wife inquired Where is Harry The father thought a moment Dear me said he I quite forgot Harry He is on London bridge and has been there for eight hours waiting for me He hastened away to relieve the boy and found him Just where he had left him in the morning pacing to and like a sentinel on his beat The strict fidelity to duty which the boy gloriously displayed on this occa aba showed itself in after years and the means of winning many a fa pious victory In battle t I I hImthat I I drunkenI b thus blmsetr signor I Jut heightso clImb- ing Havelock father fr was o 1 i r I l dismay destroy O I Favorite was brought to my home writes Mrs Director of German Orphans Home residing at Street Detroit I took it and like a brave friend it fought the battle against and won me back to health Ever since then I have been its firm friend We frequently have mothers come to our Home who are suffering with Pres U disease owena Pierce s Favorite Prescription We have found nothing that would so quickly cure the dis ease relieve inflammation and stop pain Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well Five years ago when my life was hanging in balance Dr Pierces n uterine troubles inflammation and Our great remedy for all trouble is Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and we have nothing so far would so quickly cure dis ease relieve a n 1 stop pains It is a friend to womenSick women are invited to consult Doctor Pierce by letter free All letters tumors ulcerations inflammation good female are held as strictly private and the written confidences are guarded by the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr Pierce and his staff in per sonal consultations with weak and sick women at the Invalids and Surgical Institute N Y Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Of Pierce Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate ofwomen Hotel Buffalo women His Habit of Prayer As far back as I can remember said a wise and good man I had the habit of thanking God for everything I re ceived and of asking Him for I wanted If I lost my book or any of my playthings I prayed that I might find it I prayed walking along the streets in school or out of school whether playing or studying I did this because it seemed natural to co so I thought of God as everywhere present full of kindness and love Who would not be offended if children talked to HimThat man was Dr Charles Hodge the distinguished scholar and preacher How happy all children would be if they were to talk with God as their father which he did as a child and have also the habit of thanking God Too often when our prayers are an swered we forget to give God thanks Change Cars If you find yourself on the wrong road get off change cars and go the other way The ticket to the Land of the Lost will not be accepted on the Through Limited to the Kingdom of the Sky The road is managed by a different cor poration and the rates on the down grade will not carry you to the Celestial City United Presbyterian FUN OF BEING SOCIABLE The Glum Man Who Found He Did Have Time to Pass the Pleas ant Word Sociability is all right admitted Bugbee for these that have time Im too busy a man to indulge A fellow thats driven all day by business hasnt a minute to be sociable- i Lets about that persisted WJx constituIoffice every morning dont you Bound to Id be too nervous to sleep Theres the rub if I took time to cultivate my fellow man as you urge Id have to give up that walk Ill prove that you can get the walls the sociability too First youll the man mowing the lawn on the avenue parkway You manage to say The top o the morning to you as you pass Hes a jovial Irishman and his pithy reply will keep you chuckling to yourself until you come to the cabmen in front of the Vendome You take off your hat as though you might be going to wipe your fore head or maybe make a salute and you say in a hearty tone Arent you lucky dogs to be able to ride everywhere while people like me have to walk See if they dont warm right up to you Youll still rolling their juicy retort under your tongue when you cone to the old man who scrubs the bases pf the monuments of William Lloyd Garrison and Alexander Hamilton every morn ing You sing out as though you had known him all your Iffe Keep em looking like Spotless Town eh and then stop and ask him confidential like why he does It Youll laugh at his re ply As you cross Charles street buy two peaches for a nickel of the saltedpeanut and fruit man and pass a cheery time 0 day Wave your hand to the chil dren in the swan boats in the Public garden feed the doves and squirrels on the Common jolly the at Park street and let me know how it comes outSay Wixham the glum man who hadnt time to be sociable informed RIs friend as eager as a schoolboy when they met for lunch I had two miles of sociability and got to the office on time Thats a great recipe of yours Say the old codger said he doesnt know why he scrubs Garrison and Hamilton but sposed it is just to plaze the boss John F Cowan in the Interior A GIRLS INFLUENCE It Is Greater Than They Eealize Confession of a Disappoint ed Lover This is pert came tell it His father had djed after an illness pf four years and Bert dressed in an ilNfittjng black suit was tahing me to the fpneral As we drove along on our way to tftp farm I noticed that he was lost in thought The reins were held loosely in his hands while his eyes wandered dreamily across the river at our side to the hills beyond radiant in the soft beauty of the summer morning He is thinking of the dead thought I let the silence be sacred So Mabel Is married he said at lastMabel was the nretty district school I see land common e j new bos hpw I 1 everything 4 Kodol SSSr = c DYSPEPSIA CURE YOUThe 100 botts contains 2Ys trial which for 50 PREPARED Nr THE LABORATORY c CHICAGO ILL U- w55 r oweaU s er DIGESTS WHAT EAT tImes the olse sells ceciL ONit 0- E DeWITT COMPANY Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERT3 Lancaster I Ky Coughs and All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick y cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inllama tlon heals and soothes the affected parts strengthans the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by R E McRobertslm No More Stomucli 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 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 Allen ville Mich says I suffered Heartburn and trouble for some time My sister inlaw IrIs had the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is in good health I am glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief Sold by R E McRoberts lm Speedy Relief A salve that heals without a scar is Witch Hazel Salve edy effects such speedy relief 1 1 draws out inflamation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles nd skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits are dangerous Sold by R E Mc Roberts im teacner whom l had married to a thrifty young farmer two weeks before Yes I replied startled by his re marl they were married at the par onage After a slight pause he said- I loved her elder but I ought to have kuowed she was too good for me I waited for him tp continue She made me a Christian Mabel did- I used to drive over to W with her to hear you preach and on our way home she would talk to me about the Christian life One Sunday night she got me to decide I gev up terbaccer too for her he went on It was awful hard for I smoked all the time The first night I was so afraid the boys would ask me where my pipe was that I went to bed as soon as Id done my chores Put I knowed it would please her I dont smoke now I hope shes got a good husband thatll be kind to her Tears were In his eyes He brushed them hastily away with the back of his hand as if they were unworthy of hint I looked away from him to the hills across the river for my own eyes were strangely dimmed Bert again broke the silence I tell you elder these girls dont know what they can do Its a shame so many of em dont half try Ham Horn LITTLE PROBES The saddest derelict is character adriftFaith Is both a revolution and an evo lutionHe who keeps his heart young will never grow old God keeps a reward for the man who does right It is a lopsided religion that leaves the coachman at the curb Many a parent has entered the gates of pearl because the hand of a little child was on the latch United Presbyterian The Bible Alone It has civilized whole nations lit is the one book that can fully forth the richest and deepest and things in mans nature Read all other books philosophy poetry if you would refine the fertilize the reason wing the Imagination attain unto the finest womanhood or the sturdiest manhood read this book reverently anti until its truths have dissolved ike iron Into the blood If you time make time and read The book Daniel Webster placed under his pillow whets dying is the book all should carry in hand while living Newel Hiljis Apprenticed Johnny Papa what does it mean to apprenticedPapaIt the binding one per son to another by agreement The per son so bound has to teach the other all he can of his trade or profession whilst the other has to watch and learn how things are done and to make himself useful In every way possible Johnny Then I suppose youre ap prenticed to ma aint you Bits Where Wealth Is Despised Fashionable front at once Two young clerks there after suits New Man waiting on a millionaire Leave him and attend to the clerks These millionaires dont buy new clothes once In five years A clerk Is good for a fresh suit every three months N Y Weekly Fashions Thorny Path Mrs Sassiety My dear I wish youd take time during the day to look up Mr Hightones standing in Brad Streets Now pont forget Mr S Whats the matter Mrs S We have ben invited to Mrs Hightones reception and I wapt to know whether to accept pr pot N Y Weekly The Test of Excellence Miss Flitely Really I think this theater is the finest In the city Her Father Why er quite a few complain that its acoustic properties are poor In the lobby and three In the Colds the stomachs Stomach 1 DeWitts No rem I lead SWee- test fictionbut I l have no p dadTit TaIlorGo whlsperinglm justthinkrover I hIs- tory prayerfully the Wa REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT The Close of Business Jan 11 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 131 OOT n Overdrafts secured slid unsecured 417 70 S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 CO Stocks securities etc 2fi5K ffl fixtures 700000 Due from National Bunks ot reserve agents 912 fA 32ChecksNotes of other National Banks 850 CO Fractional ICfi 35 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE Is flANK viz Specie J75CO 00 Legaltender notes 9000 00 10500 CO Redemption Fund with Tress urer 5 of circulation 2500 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50000 00 fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 11 C12 07 Nationalllank Notes Outstanding lytuo 00 Due to Other 15 icy 91 Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks S123 11 Individual deposits subject tocbeck 198707 RI Certified checks MI I 8 C DENNV Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief Subscribed and sworn to before me this ICS day of January 1905 R KINNAIRD Notary rnblle Commission expires 13th lt03CORRICT Attest ALEX R i C ROBINSON i Directors JNO E STOKMES LAND for SALE I will sell 121 acres of land lying on Ken tuckk river at lock No 8 Twenty acres in bluegrass balance in cultivation Good dwell Ing Possession immediatelyE 6t Bourne Ky Special Notice On account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hay ing extra help at home to all residents of Garrard Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the office at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Extracted 25o Amalgam and White Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and White 75c Gold Fillings 1 and upGold Crowns 4 large O The best setof teeth that can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the liest rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TELEPHONE No 4 Haas Hog REMEDY OFTE U U S Total SI t7 ro KENTUCKY COUNTY S CushIer DENNY- A SON i 1 i i i I I II I 1 Raiikingiiouse fiircitureaiid Total337i7i4 STATEOF OFGARiIARDsa C I K t x As a Cure As a Fattener As a Preventative Cash paid for al hops that die when fed remedy Call on for tree rgggk and fijll particqar Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July 9 1904 TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH SOURs Number 1 stops when fl m 3 stops when flagged SO pm Number S Dally makes all stops 11 05 am NumberS ually stops 8 03 pm NORTH BOFND pmNumberNumber 6 stops 150 pm Number 10 Dally stops 810 am P p dry gi t hn 0 Daily t this FFISBE ill and TAti CURES Coughs and Colds PREVENTS Pneumonia Consumption Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re suIts from a cold i There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foleys Honey and Taris taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and Strengthen your lungs FoleysHoneysubstitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foleyo Honey and Tar that costs you no more and is safe and certam in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said Ho Had Consumption- E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave mo so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs since that time Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times muchSOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For 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