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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 1905 NUMBS46 I trrarr PIn i St Louis Worlds fair 151000S1 i i F Fom Sold when new for l2 foot iron eiuinit tubs complete Improved low down Toilet r Extra lrje en ninekd wash 55 bowl with 1 ets 2t 5 i i 4 brae 1 faucets tea s j51 Z38OI Our prices less neHalfi Character is simply the product of all our choices I I I J R JliflJtliJllhN TII t1lou V 14014 I ii i eepetll I poca I USEM sl llCtnctnttArt A LCS I V I Cost LeastWear rest I Salesman E c 2 o O QOoJ footsshoesi lubbers eatu aY DAVIDSONRL Attorney At Law Office over Pol Ice Court room Prompt attention to business Its as Easy AS Log to furnish your house if you buy from us on the plan WE DONT CROWD YOU but make terms you can easily meet AT LOW PRICES Successors Beazley Co WmIIemdon G BSwiuebroad erndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over drug store I G CHRIS FARIS I A 3 I I rVl Rollingoff I installment EVERYTHINGIn Hamilton Dunla to jA r I L G G I 1 l r M 0I L f 1 Dentist Office over Thompona store Danville atto t C 1 f r it i y r 8 a Local Notes Auiflnt you like to be the coal Few CUM of poverty reported this The plumber has been In good during the cold snap The Lexington Elks are figuring on a big ralr next summer There is much talk of Dig changes in the running of trains on ihe K C Loafing at the depot is not so bad IiMfison has the IOK Lancaster has more coal dealers than any town of her size All good uns too If the spring time were here not o i y Gentle Annie but everybody else world rjiicft and he glad The boy with the home made sled has been in his glory Mister lem me hitch could be heard all day Fishing around store stoves con tinues good Some whoppers were caught during the extreme cold weather The Cincinnati Southern road has contracted for 500 houses to be built in tilt addition where the new machine shops are to oe located in South Som erseu The new furnaces for the Christian Church have arrived and will be ready for use Sunday morning The regular ivION will bu held in the church at the usual hours Sanders brothers have taken charge of th Sanders Walker plaining will continue the business at till old tand Messrs Sanders Walker will continue to operate the Hour Mills and electric light plant People continue to head toward- Sunersit DJ you ask Why Bicmse there ire hustlers than moss hacks in Somerset and few if any space fillers who howl down every effort to advertise the town A RalnBrlnger Herbert Kinnaird is working on a three day stock fair for next summer If he succeeds we are absolutely certain of that many days hard rain A fair at Lancaster will bring rain when all other efforts fail Want Electric Road Tficholasville Journal Our people art anxious for the interurhan railway hi ween here and L xingon Let it e come as our business men will be equal to the occasion What is sauce for the goose Is the same for the gan der Anderson Bowling who sold his farm in lower Garrard purchased in Laurel and will move to that county at once He resigned as chairman of the Garrard county Democratic committee and Hon W G Gooch was elected to the Mr Gooch was chairman last year and made a splendid officer Probable Changes In Trains There is much talk among railroad men in regard to a change to be made in the train service on K C and Knoxville divisions All know that a change will be made but nobody seems to know just what it will be The fact that the Rowland branch is being greatly improved and most all the Knoxville branch engineers have been riding with Uncle Henry learning the road leads many to believe that a new train will be put on from Richmond straight through to Louisville Evidently will be doing in the Spring Mr Miller Paints Word Pictures At the annual banquet given by the Louisville Board of Trade our gifted friend lion R W Miller of Rich mond was one of the speakers His subject was Kentuckys lIe painted flowery word pictures of the Commonwealth and carried his hearers on a rhetorical flight of pro diction regarding the future greatness of the years to come We have journeyed through the valley of the shadow in Kentucky he said The plowshare of hate has run deep in its furrow but the sturdy virtues of our people have Drought us to the heights of lofty aspirations and and in the light of achieve ment the bitterness of the years gone will fade from memory Does It Pay He is a farmer rich His principles have always been to take up every thing in sight more lands crops more buildings Overwork kill ed his third wife years ago His sons slid away from home at the first op portunity his daughter married an old stick of a man just to get away from home His sons and sons in law have engaged lawyers and are now sitting on the fence like so many buzzards waiting for the old man to die so they can divide up the wealth among them There will be a large funeral some of these days seventy carriages and that will be the last of the old man Does it pay to work day and night and save up a lot of money and never spend a Does it r le IHllJs s i 111 A hot footed I on mlll and mire Lammers It accomplishments cent payEx t I t Hued winter Cant another position something Opportunity rose tinted their J n SADLY NEEDED One Weeks Solid Is Resulting In Great Good for Others Towns In several Kentucky towns the min isters and those Christians who strain a point and getaway from have held a week of to God including the visiting of the homes of the people to hold prayermeetings sermons by the ministers and in fact have put in the whole week day and night the Master The result was an a wakening of interest in religious matters and the conversion of many people who never had given a thought to the great hereafter The Record would like to see this tried in Lancaster Let the Christian people lav aside their mouse track doctrinal gab buckle on the Armor of the Lord and devote a week to as faithful work as they would do if they knew the last trump was to be sounded on the following Sunday We know this would work a ship on those who sit day in and day out and watch some little like a cat watching a rat hole it would rub the fur the wrong way on those fellows who think the world will cease to revolve If they are not at their post of business duty but dont you believe that if every man who cuts such a wide swath in our on Sunday will do one half as much during one week that untold good will result Be honest now and ponder a moment Consider your ways Let them feel the Cleansing power and refrain from sin not Just for today bit Just for one week and see if this long and unusual refrain from backbiting gossiping pulling down drinking swearing overcharging cheating and so on will not have a good effect not only upon the uncon verted but on those Sundayonly dress parade people whose names are upon the church books and who attend all Sunday services but who in their every day walks of life are as mean as the devil It strikes The Record that the week of prayer conducted as that recently held in Danville and other towns is just what Lancaster needs and it hereby offers its services to the ministers and practical in working up such a move We will not only give all space wanted but will Pint gratis daily programmes to be distributed among the people What say ye Let those who about 0 how I love Jesus come out with the goods prove their assertion and help others to get in the right road and do the same thing Should be Able to Support a Husband Until a woman is able to support a husband she should not comtemplate matrimony declared Mr N W Ferris recent Democratic candidate for Gov the State of Michigan in an address before the National Teachers Federation at Chicago While I believe it is the duty of every woman to marry still I also be lieve that before taking so serious a step a girl should look ahead and for the possible future misfortunes Therefore every girl should fit herself for an emergency and be pre pared to step into her husbands place in the support of the family in the event of anything befalling him which will unfit him for work Fishing Club Organized The Lake Placid Fishing Club was organized Friday night and the officers were chosen J M Roth well president R E McRoberts vice president Fred P Frisbie secretary E Stormes treasurer The were chosen as board of T Logan Major Burnside Dr Bur The club will issue stock and a great many shares have been sold The remaining few can be had upon application to the treasurer For the sum 100 the city granted the the exclusive fishing of the lake and the Club will proceed to stock it with the most desirable fish They will also protect the lake from dynamiters seiners and fishing out of season Tory will also see that boys idle negroes and other objectionable characters are kept off the premises which as all fairminded people will agree will be of great advantage to consumers of the water As some young fish have been placed in the lake and othe be added the club will prohibit all fishing for at least two which insures a good startand abundant sup ply Hold On Somewhere The Blue Grass Clipper says it hears much about forging to the front tak ing time by the forelock seizing the bull by the horns and the like and also that the man with the tall hold Is entirely ignored Nine men out wisely follow and succeed where one does who changes around at the front all the time If you miss the forelock seize the tall It is hanging on more than the particular hold counts The man will go just as fast and nearly as far who has bold of the tail as the one hanging onto the horn besidse be can hold on better and 13 in less danger Young man dont be too anxious to get rapidly to the front but hang on to what you have and you will get ahead in the world just as fast as you deserve We are not seeking a great bulk of business but instead prefer the of careful thinking people who desire to do cosiness with an institution ever ready and glad to provide all accommodations which safe banking will premlt tf Bank of Bryant llle i t Woe k bus- Iness active service cottage servln great bard ChrIstians or prepare follow- Ing directors- H Clubt years often confidence I business churches sing Commercial following ett swill the Gossip About ill Peopleeee sta a v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings LyThotc Wt Are In Mr D M Lackey has been sick Mrs Patterson Is visiting friends in Berea Dr J Gilbert has been in town for a few days Mr is visiting relatives at McKinney Marshal Eason visited his son at Rowland first of the week Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Louis Landram was in Cincinnati on business Monday and Tuesday Miss Eva Grant after a visit to re atives here has returned to Danville Mr Cal Neylew who has been greatly from rheumatism is some better Mrs Frank Folger of Nicholasville has been visiting Misses Allie and Mary Arnold Mr and Mrs J E Stormes leave this week for Florida to spend the remain der of the winter Miss Marie Joseph who has been spending several months witn rela tlves in New York has returned home Burgin cor Harrodsburg Democrat Miss Rebecca Clark of Garrard is the guest of her cousin Miss Nancy Dunn Misses Hallie Hamilton Lee Prath er Lula Campbell and Gallic Adams of Richmond have been visiting Miss Sallie Adams Mr and B Soper entertained few friends Tuesday evening in hon or of Mr W R Gott and wife formerly of Richmond but now of this place Mr and Mrs Philip Jones and two boys of Atlanta have been guests of Mrs M Belle Burnside Mrs Jones was Miss Mamie McLean and used to live here Mr C T Baker of Jackson Miss was here a few days since on a visit to his family Mr B Is the Southern Mutual Investment Companys office aj that point a pusl both responsible and lucrative The Journal says Forir er Governor William 6 Bradley has purchased the residence property of Dr S B Holmes on Wapping street and will present it to his daughter Mrs John G South The deal was closed Wednesday but the terms have not been made public Rev Bronson Ray who has been relatives at Buckeye returned Friday to his pastoral duties in Nash He is pastor of the Immanuel Baptist church in that city and has been so engaged for seven years He is a Garrard county boy and has many friends here who are glad to know that he is so nicely located and so well thought of by his congregation Like all the Ray family he is bighearted and has a head full of brains Editor Ed C Walton in an writeup of a visit to relatives in the thriving city of Atlanta speaks as follows regarding some Lancaster peo exKentuckians who now live in Atlanta are doing their share toward the upbuilding of the city Will Elkin and Will Watson old boys have gotten rich in the business and Mr Watson has Dr Simp Elkin is not only one of the citys most eminent physicians but is one of its richest men His wife was Miss Nell Duncan of a sister of our Mrs R C Warren Lancaster friends will be glad to hear of the promotion of Frank Hof mann the clever son of Mr Gus Hof mann years manager of Crab Orchard Springs The Indianapolis Star says Frank who the e yeare ago a bellboy at the Grand Hotel returned to that place last night as night clerk He left to go to French Lick and was soon behind the counter there His that place induced Mr Tag gart to bring him to Indianapolis and pace him in his present responsible position Mrs Mary Harlan who recently died in Boyle county was 69 years old and had been a member of New Providence church near Danville for over 50 years She was a Christian lady and her char table deeds will be remembered by her friends and neighbors Her only child is MrsM F Rout of this county to whom she left handsome estate Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point 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 believe moat people prefer a home Institu tion W Bank of Bryantevill G M W K Shugars t county Mrs J superIntendent- of vis- Iting ille re forsome Hofmann Indianapolis successat Memorial Leaven t p suffering ion Frankfort interesting leThe Lancaster ired Lancaster was r r 6 A Substantial Remembrance Never in the experience of the pres ent editor nor do we believe at any other time has The Record been so substantially rewarded for its humble ans Christian Temperance Union Ever since we mounted the tripod the of the paper have been open gratis to this noble order and we have never knowingly missed an opportunity to in our feeble way help them in their great work This was not done with the expectation of any remuneration whatever but from the reason that we appreciated their to promote sobriety and in every way We say and without any desire to detract from the church that the W C T U has done more than any in Lancaster to keep out saloons and stamp out the liquor traf fic and furthermore that if Lancas ter bad enough men who had the nec essary nerve to back up this work there would not be a blind tiger or other joint in the town We have preached this in our humble way for the ten years we have been at tte helm of The Central Record and as a slight token of their appreciation of the papers work the ladies visited our humble little home Saturday afternoon and stocked the larder with all kinds of substantials and dainties in fact more than a country editor can secure in a years time We will not attempt to express our feeling of gratitude here but hope that we may at no distant day be able to prove how deeply grateful we are 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pair Thompson the Jeweler I will pay cash for all old antiques in any condition bureaus sideboards mirrors waiters candlesticks dishes etc in fact will buy anything Gene Focht at Frisbies drug store tf The undersigned will act as agents for several of the best merchant tail oring houses during the 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 man often shows his wisdom by keeping his wit to himself Women can manage a flirtation and avoid producing ugly complications When a woman has large feet she affects an odd and mannish shaped shoe byIcolumn New Firm efforts Christianity unhesitatingly organization SUITS 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 We rely upon honesty and merit Call and see us We appreciate your patronage THE Joseph Mercantile Co OOOOOOOOOootOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOOOootOOOOOOtoOMHOO is have No Fake Sale No CatchPenny Schemes No Old Stock I I L j BARGAINS BARGAINS A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE z v a IS In order to our Immense stock of CLOTHING we will sell our entire line of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats at COST for CASH only We handle nothing but the very bes Clothing that money can buv If you are in need of a Suit or an Ov ercoat you should call at once before your size is sold Terms Strictly Cash H T LOGAN t 1 clean up Ill t i r i d Tom wwM r COME Eight Now If you want a heating stove at a Big BargainS- eeour hall stoves 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 You go to a Why Not Come to CARRIAGE MAKER for BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros I II lit f i T tI VIJI A 1 I I I I II I HASlON and ROBINSON lIIIiIWIIWjllWIfV 1nPYr BAKER for BRUD UU1U1U UU1UU lU1U UU m u um uu wM i aw t I1 nnnnrnrnrnnnnnnnnvniannarnrnrmmm n LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident fttt HtMMMMMMtM J S ROBINSON 4 Vice Prest 1 n Nt1+ ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL sooo SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Xl Leavell J S Robinson J J Walker T M Arnold To Th Business Community We extend the accomp dations of a Strong and W O Rioizr Asst Cash I B F Hudson IIIIIIIIIIIII 1111 I I 1 ili BanI of Br9dl1ts ll 13r9antsvillelentucI9 1 high Equipped Sank l CENTRAL RECORD Jsslucd TI Wy Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at Ihe Pot Officr in Laneattcr JTy at SecondClam Mall Matter Lancaster Kyt February 3 igo5 One who reads womens magazines womens pages in Sunday news papers and even the profound articles on sociology in the heavy reviews by men to say nothing of edi torial essays of masculine the daily press might easily be Here that the servant question was one of burning interest in every American household The dllliculty of getting servants of any sort the inefficiency of most of those willing to do household service for hire their unreasonable demands their untrustworthinessall these things perennial themes for dis cussion by persons who write for pub lication These writers convey the impression that the entire social fab ric Is in a fair way to go to pieces be cause cooks and maids of all work are hard to find In spite of this agitation the fact is that the servant is a matter of entire indifference in a vast majority of American Most American women do not care in the least whether it is difllcult to lure a cook or not they do their own cooking and are independent of the professional gentry They also take care of their own babies and are in consequence not concerned over the scarcity of nursemaids Likewise a very great number of them are free from the sway of the destructive washerwoman because they do the family laundry work themselves It is true that these women who thus attend in person to the affairs of their own household do not figure in the society columns nom are they ones who write to the news papers to ask how leisure hours may best be tilled Nevertheless they are the women who are doing the best work of the world They are toilers but they are toilers in the highesi cause the world can offer the home They are rearing sons and daughter who will be the best Americans the future And each one has her reward for her children arise up and call her blessed and her husband also he oraisethlier An English writer complains that travel is so easy nowadays that indulges in it with the conse quence that the taste for wandering is destroying the spirit of domesticity and lure of home is a vanishing quantityThis of gloomy comment is fre quently heard in this country and on a mere surface view it would seem to Have foundation There is such a perpetual going to and fro of all classes of people that it looks as if a spirit of unrest really prevailed and that there was never a settling down But appearaences are misleading There is undoubtedly much more travel in these days than ever before New railroads are forever being built and wherever one may go trains are filled with passengers rich and poor old and young They are away from their homes of course but these Hitting people are as often hastening back to them as away from them They have had their change of scene their glimpse of a different life and are glad to go back to the familiar refuge the place that however humble Is their own and where alone they can feel quite free and content It is a truth the critics will not see that love of home may be deepened by an experience apart from it makes the heart grow fonder not only of the family left behind but of the place where it stays in any case is there any inherent virtue in staying at home forever at the risk of dullness and monotony Home keeping hearts are happiest no doubt but they are none the worse for an occasional Hitting There is a movement in Congress to require a commission to fix railroad rates It is hard to understand the ungovernable desire upon the part of the public to tax and annoy railroad companies Everybody has a pick at them Why is it that the people do not see that every additional and expense imposed upon railroad companies means the raising of rates by the latter The roads must have the money their billFand com off the people who impose the on the companies In other words when we give judgements against and place heavy taxation upon the companies we must pay for it in increased freight and rates The public hasnt most remote idea of the enormous amount of money it takes to operate a and when you the exorbi tant rate of taxation and the immense amount of damages awarded by juries the rates for travel and freight must be kept high The Recr ord believes in justice in all thing and as we need more railroads we want to remind our readers to ponder over the question before howling them down If Kentucky could trade off her crop of burrtai peanut poll ticiansfor ralijbds she would fare much better PUerved popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous LittlePills are mild pleasant and less but and sure universal use for many years guarantee of their usefulness bold R E Mc Lancaster Jin r 00 per authorship- In rm households extensively II seine Absence tax topay burdens general the i the IS a popularity land conducted interesting question everybody hurrying It must tie passenger railroad add backwoods more effective Their bye 1 t at a 27 in of of Land Stock Crops Sam of Sulphur Well sold a pair of 15 hand cotton mules for 2tO S G Allen of Sharpsburg recently purchased at Paris five mare limle colts for 80 each T M Petty of Nashville Tenn a car load of mules in JIardin county tIC 26 head brought83990 8153 40 per head Kimball Kennedy of Elizabeth town sold a Princeton 111 purchaser three spans of heavy mules recently 360 410 and 420 per span The Todd County Tobacco Planters Association decided upon a reduction of acreage the amount to be by each member not to exceed and onehalt acres to the hundred acres owned by him Kentucky continues to lead all the states in the Union in the size of its tobacco crop Figures given out by the Agriculture Department at show that the production of tobacco in the old Commonwealth in 1904 was 229417000 pounds out of a total of 660400000 pounds for the States The farm should be well fenced and divided into lots of 50 acres or less for rotation of crops says Farm and Home Sow peas and German clover fur a green fallow to add humus to the soil All grain hay and roughage of all kinds should be fed on the farm and sold in the way of pork and beef therefore add to the fertility of the land J W Clay bought of A B Ratcliff 50000 pounds of tobacco at 12 cents straight This tobacco was raised on acres and is one of the finest crops the country Mr Clay also bought Arthur Jacobs 28000 pounds at the same price This was also a line crop C Gatewood sold his crop of tobacco to J N for the Continental Company 20000 pounds at 12c and 10000 pounds at lOco This is the highest price paid for tobacco in this country for some time Winchester Democrat It is enforced idleness that makes farmers poor and no farmer need be idle a day on account of bad weather or wet fields If only his roads are good On a good road there is al ways paying work of some kind and wet weather is just the time to go on the road The French farmer never loses a good day in his fields for he can do all his marketing in rainy times Every farmer and farmers boy not at school and every farm hand and team could earn a full days wages every day in the year rain or shine In the western section of the State peanut raising has been found to be decidedly profitable The nuts are said to be better than any in the country or finer quality larger per acre than those raised in Virginia and Tennesse the biggest peanutraising states in the Union Peanuts raised on the Exall place in McCracken this year yielded 8175 per acre and the hay is worth 40 per acre making a total of 8215 an acre About iOO acres of goobers were raised in Mc Cracken Graves and Ballard counties the past year and next year hundreds of acres will be sown Kentucky is truly a great state and has only begun to demonistrata to the world what she is capable of producing Not only should brush and weeds be removed from the roadside but grass should be shown trees planted and a side path or walk be prepared for the use of pedestrains especially women and children going to and coming from church school and places of business and amusement Country roads can be made foi more useful and attractive than they are and this may be secured by the expenditure of only a small amount of labor and money Al though such improvements are not necessary they make the attractive and inviting and add to the value of property and the pleasure of the traveler The CourierJournal discussing the tobacco market at Louisville last week says The Continental Tobacco Company while making fairly liberal purchases is not having as much as might been expected and is certainly not pushing the market Independent factories have taken of the new crop rather liberally and they have done their share to sustain the market In the country the buyers have purchased an occasional crop here and there for which they have paid well but whether these prices would be good generally is thee questibn Last year the Continental lost money on its Burley corner A farmer asks whether it would be violation of the law for his trothei and his son who have their last years crop of tobacco still on hand to ad vertise and sell the same in 5 10 and lots put in hand and sent by express or otherwise to the pur chaser lIe was advised could do this and such sales would not be in of the law provided the tobacco in is In its natural state as grown on the and had not been manipulated in any way as the law permits the farmer grow er to sell tobacco of his own growth and raising without payment to and in any quantity Jong as Jt Is sold in Its natural condi lion us cured on the that this was a personnl ac corded the farmer and only which could not be delegated to any other per on Men who openly discuss affairs of the heart usually have several black to their credit I s ors seen United tobaccoR H Isle county surroun- de s tobacco Continentals pound tip oct x anyperson so grower t purchased K cultivated Washington usually 15 that they violation hand farm and however privilege marks all all Business and Bargains Chicken feed forsale Banks Hudson For Sale No 1 fresh milk cow J W Elmore Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J 11 Haselden tf Boarders wanted at Mr Simp 129tf Clover timothy and blue grass seed home grown Banks IluiLson tf Closing Out have big bargains in every line tf Thompson the Jeweler Clover timothy and blue grass seed home grown 1 27tf Banks Hudson For Sale OP Rent Store rooms for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler tf Will pay lids for good fat young tukeys delivered II B Northcott 113tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf The Danville Steam Laundry tint the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Custom Grinding Bring your corn and get some good meal Hanks Hudson The operations of this Bank are the eye and inspection of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bank of Hryantsville Use Frisbies Amid Cream for chapped lianas lips Its a sure cure Only locts 1 20tf Frisbies Drug Store Corn Crush Bring In a load and get something high class to feed Banks Hudson Locust Timber For Sale Raring decided to cnt my timber 1 will cut fence posts telephone poles etc S e or address mi at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry Town Property For Rent I will rent my six room dwelling situated on Danville street and give possession House is in good repair Place contains two acres 3t Mrs Ellen Bettis Even if you wish to keep only a small account here you may be of courteous attention and the best service that this bank has offer tf Bank of Bryantsville We cash checks drawn on If you want to send money will attend to it for you If you to open only a small account for convenience of paying little bills checks this institution is at service tf Bank of Bryantsville of Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be best ever Wrought to Lancaster and the increase in demand for it its popularity We always have pin ty on hand at low prices Call us at Marksburys granary tf Adams Cheap Books As we will order a new stock will sell all books now on hand at cost This means a bargain in some of the best books published See them at the Joseph Merchantlle Cos store 2D Adolph and Arthur Joseph ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All having claims against 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 If your hens nafe laying now come to us fur a bov 20th Cen tarp poultry food Lc will make them lay when every thing else falls Only Frisbies Store 1 20 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 very best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye 715 tf J T Williams Sons Best Paper FOP Ladies Time Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of any thing in the reading line for ladles and grows in favor eve ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excelis in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 9l6tf We have now bottle our extract pf Vanilla This is mat e by from the best Mexico Beans and absolutely the purest you can use There Mb extract on the market as good e want every one that likes a good vanilla to try one bottle We aresure you will be pleased Price 20 cents 1 20tf Frisbies Drug Store The Bastin Telephone Company will receive bids Locust or Cedar telephone poles in lots of 25 to antsville For specifications call at the otllce of Bastin Telephone at Lancaster There are number of who have an eironeous impression They think that they never control money to start a inihH thy mistaken We solicit small accounts as well vs large And we handle the business of both with best care We believe that you ought to have a Bank account and we offer our best tf Bank or antsville U D We washes everything under fac or at y pel sons Herringdedsettle- ment e D Maas rug se es and i pikebetween Company bankaccount are you Possession duce assured away w th you th u acts buyers Van a our service I AM Ready for Business I am prepared to Grind your Corn into Table Meal Also to Crush Corn for Stock j 1 F m I5 r 1M I I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Cull and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better than Any class of Feed you may need andcheap ship tuff GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your appreciated UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood I Banks Hudson Ill f T u u ooc I I i t business I o All of the work vis ible It is easy to oper ate rapid and durable It will do any work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue UndenvoodTypewriterCo Forth and ain Streets Louisville Ky is A Og j The 2 X a 0 First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair If you need a or any Blank Books remember we have full line of them C- McRoberts Drugstore J 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 BROSBryantsville Kentucky We have just what the FARMERS WANT prices they can all stand Oil Hickory Wagons Plows Plow Sear Plow Points WIRE FENCE Binders Mowers Cultivators Wheat anl Corn Drills and Fertilizers e 1 New Ledger J r 1 AG d for III II I Iandevery I zrx fJ7lfl glllff1M frt1111fWffffflfj lJl fl01tlifJJJ o I J II I Buggies i t 1- Blisilless Sale c wwJ pat BUGGIES and all kind of VEHICLES Collars Collar I Pads Wagon Harness We will save you money ROMANS ELMORE BUggrand Ii g lMf lfP1 h fJlt e 2q s w i Undertaker J ABeazley IL Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street above Presbyterian church Phone 111 THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTEREVERY FRIDAY DR SID 9SBELL OSTEOPATH Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and All diseases both Acute and Chronic success fullY treated Call and see me R Kinnaird INSURANCE AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn llihviuikco Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob North British Alercliautilte Accounts are now due and I must have the money Please call and settle at once ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by for their collars I given at this Laundry If you want evidence sent us a trial bundle W will call for your work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky Agent Lancaster Kentucky jus FOX free 1 RBpr8s8ntin FollOWlll ComDani8 Life Ins Co g1 Hartford COPll My Ij t i 1 i J 0I Till e t 5 I H f w i i Examination 1- S ti ills 1 H Sallie 1 amen r 3 T LOGAN t 4 c I One of Mr R M fine horses gpt badly crippled Mr R N Beazley was here last week and bought a few crops of tobacco from 9c to lie per lb Uncle Silas Creech was called to Mt Vernon last Monday on account of the death of his grandson Mr Joe Ross prized his fine crop of tobacco and shipped it to Louisville rather than take the prices Wiley Wheeler whose sickness was mentioned in this paper died on the night of January 22nd of consumption was burled in the family burying ground His father Uncle Ben Wheel er who is very poorly In health togeth er with the brothers and sister have the sympathy of entire community We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass OrchardGrass and seed Oats In fact wecan supply you with any kind of seed on short notice forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us l II A B Marksbury Son FLAT WOOD W H Furr sold a cow to Sam Wilcox for 25 Geo Kincaidsolda mule colt to W JEI Furr fur 10 J C Clouse bought of Sam Wilcox 13 shoats for 26 Florence Corminey sold 8 shoats to Sam Wilcox fur 11 J C Clouse gave a cow 4 calves and 5 to Miller for a work mare We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass OrchardGrass Millets seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind of seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us tf 11 A B Marksbury Son Memoir of Dr H C Herring Dr Henry Clay Herring was born in Garrard County Kentucky and passed away in the seventy second year or his age at his home in Lancaster 16th 1905 Isis early boyhood was spent upon a farm performing light labor during the summer and school in winter When twenty years of age he entered the establishment of Mr Seymour Hopper in Lancaster and after behind the counter couple of years he determined to read medicine and for that purpose entered the office of his kinsman Dr Oliver Perry Hill a thorough going physician of the old type a gentleman of broad culture a fine conversationalist a substantial character with a large consulting practice over a wide district of terri toryAfter the completion of his college course at the University of Louisville in 1859 Dr Herring located in Lancas ter where he sour bunt up a lucrative practice His opportunities were in creased when the Civil War came up b reason of some of his colleagues obtaining service in either one army or the other leaving him a large field over which to glean While he was young unknown and inexperienced yet he rose to the occasion and exhib ted his strong intellectual and pro fessional worth The people who were tuned to employ him in the absence of their family physicians who were at the front soon became his and remained steadfast tIll the end While he was a democrat fear less and outspoken in his political opinions during the four years war however he was morally and sane tactful his good judgment never permitting him to indulge in malignant vituperation based on per sunal or partisan feeling Dr Herring was a member and one of the founders of the Garrard County Medical Society and at the time of bis death its president a member of the Kentucky State Medical Association and of the American Medical Associa tion The immediate cause ot Dr death was a periostitis of the right fore arm eventuating in suppur ation blood poisoning The suffering and distress incident to this disease were borne with a patience and that are the out of a life of lung self control and a reliance on a power that is more than human but the end was quiet and painless He was the oldest pacticinK physician of the town which for more than forty Live years had been honored by his cheerful presence valued counsel and skilled attentions He possessed integrity strong convictions and enerous impulses He will be greatly missed by the profession in general and his many friends in particular Eminent in his locality as a phys clan his many years spanned active life and his memory will always be fragrant with the deeds so kind Iv generously and performed by him He leaves a widow whose maiden was Miss Annie Lloyd and four children viz Fisher Herring Hallie wife of Charles Anderson Sue Fisher wife of Jerry Respass and Annie Lloyd wife of Jesse Walden of Dan villeDr Herring contributed little to professional literature yet he was well read in his profession and was alive to all its improvements fertile in resources prompt in action Self sacrifice in behalf of his patients and Iriends was a marked characteristic and especially to the poor washe faith ful He needs no eulogy in the where he followed his noble calling for nearly half a century for his best eulogy is written in the hearts of of and loving friends An honorable physician a pleasant companion and devoted friend BAILEY Stanford 0 4 Y T 41 I RosS and G eo attend- Ing mercantile remaining advocates intellectually bravery come sterling an unostentatiously name community hundreds warm STOLE l NINA Don t January herrings true 4 Mr has been visiting rel salves in Burgin Miss Lena BIgney of Lancaster has been visiting her aunt Mrs James Burnside There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday night by the pastor Mr Sam Dunn has returned from Memphis Tenn where he has been for several months Miss Minnie Johnson will begin a select school on Monday Feb 6th at Mr Eugene Berkeles Mr B G Mullins has resigned his position as post master at this place and Miss Alta Boner has been Mr and Mrs W G Hogan went to Stanford last week to attend the of Mr Will Philips which took place Sunday afternoon Mr John Boner of Mt Sterling is at home for a short visit Oldhams store where he was employed burned in the large fire at Mt Sterling Messrs W G Hurt of Washington City G B Swlnebroad and R L David son of Lancaster were down last week on important business The Masonic lodge met Monday evening about 30 visitors were present from Danville Lancaster and Nicho lasville There was work in third de gree This was one of the most inter esting and profitable meetings since the organization of the lodge We are making a specialty of all kind of field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind seed on short Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son PAINT LICK G P Simmons is very sick Mr Dan Burchal is clerking for W S FishMrs Annie Adams and Mary Clarke Engleman are sick MissLucy Adams of Richmond was the guest of Miss Eliza Rucker Prof Simmons school opened Mon day morning under flattering pros pects for a full school Miss Dove Maret who has been vis Icing Miss Annie Burchel has returned to her home in Parksville Messrs West and Wynn have taken possession of the stock of goods recent ly purchased of R L Jennings 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 U The editor of The Record honored us with his presence Thursday If he will notify us when he comes again we will kill a turkey and have him take dinner with us We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets seed Oats In fact we can supply you with any kind of seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us tf H A B Marksbury Son McOREARY Mrs T A Royce is confined to her bed with pleurisy- J T Hardin bought a horse from J D Naylor for 55 Miss Flonnie Catron entertained several of her friends the 28 th Mr B Barnett from Somerset his cousin Mrs John Hamm last weekMrs Emily Brown visited her nephew Jas Stone and family last week at Stone Mr and Mrs John Layton assisted by Miss Arkle Hunter entertained the young people last Saturday night Mr J T Hardin and Miss Ethyl Sadler visited the family of Mrs Bell Pherigo in Nicbolasville from Satur day until Monday We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats supply you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us H A B Marksbury Son BEUNA VISTA Albert Skinner sold his millet to the Kentucky Supply Co Miss Mary Skinner closed her school at Pleasant Grove last Friday School was suspended a few days last week on account of the inclement weather Geo Spilman of Danville and William Spilman of Burgin spent Saturdav with their mother Mrs M A Spilman James Reid of the Kentucky Supply Co Danville was in this neighborhood several days ago looking fur millet seed Henley Bastln of Lancaster was down a few days ago looking after some telephone poles to run a new line from Lancaster to Bryantsville and We are making a specialty of all kind field Clover Timothy BlueCrass Millets and seed Oats In fact we can supply you with kind seed on short notice Dont forget us whent wanting Phone or write us H A B Marksbury Son UIlIAN1SVILL funeral notice t visited we can BeunaVista Will Smith appointed Pro intact seeds OrobaM Grass any seeds i = PKEACHEUSmLE J H Thompson is able to be out again Mr L W Payne was in Rowland on business Friday F F Cummins went to Crab Orchard Friday on business- R D Garrison has moved to the house of Mrs Bell Mr Will Sutton and wife have been here for a week with their mother Rev R F Jordan Master Will spent Sunday with J L Hutch ins and wife Mr M G Kennedy has returned home from Indianapolis and report Engine Sutton improving Mr W H Brown and family and Mr J J Thompson and wife were visiting Mr J M Cress Sunday Dr Kinnaird our faithful standby in time of need was here Sunday night to see Mrs Levy Bell who is sick Mr Willies Cummins and wife and Mr Walter Jordan arid wife were Mr Henry Newland and family SundayMenifee Elmore Son have entered the Mercantile business We wish John Rigsby and Lewis Bell went to Louisville last Saturday to see Mr Bells Mr Willis Bell who is to die at any time Mr Will Phillips of Walnut Flat Is last stage of consumption and the end is expected at any time He says its well with his soul There was a double wedding at the home of Mr and Mrs W II Cummins last Tuesday night Mr W C and Miss Ollie Newland daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Henry Newland and Mr Walter Jordan and Miss Minnie Cummins The ceremony was by Rev R F Jordan We hearty congratulations to these very popular young people Mrs B F Sutton one of our oldest citizens being in her 82 year quietly passed to the at 515 last Sunday evening and was buried at the Fork church in Garrard County Tues day She was a consistant member of the Baptist church and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her Peace to her ashes May the Gracious Lord comfort the children who are left behind to morn her loss We are making a specialty of all kind of field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats in tact we can supply you with any kind seed on short Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us H A B Marksbury Son In Memorlam My wife and I were in Corbin when thesad news came to us of Dr H C Herrings death When first I heard it I could scarce believe it true but when I reflected a moment I was that life is only as a silver thread which when broken leaves the body to tall while the spirit takes its flight to God who gave it While I sit in meditation of the happy home as it use to be of the loving husband and devoted father thus making the borne a delightful one but now so still and cold in death my eyes fill with tears of sympathy for the family who I Know are heart broken and They are left to mourn their loss but they do not mourn as those who have no hope for through the veil of affliction the light of faith comes forth for behold what is our loss is Heavens gain Sorrowing friends in his death is portrayed one of Gods mysterious yet painful les sons and in this dark hour human sympathy and Gods promises offer freely their consolation I had known Dr Herring years ago and ones true character comes out by intimate as sociation By this intimacy I have found traits in his character admira ble lofty generous and manly A truer nobler more genii man I rarely met When I meet again those friends his family twill thrill me with sad lingering regret of him we mourn today for he will be sadly missed Death came to him while yet the first sting of blooming man hood had been brushed by time and worldly cares The home life was sur rounded by every thing to make his happiness complete A devoted wife loving children and made up the sunshine of his life on earth continued in Glory loved ones around the throne of God His Instincts were those of love and kindness None knew better how to spread the veil of charity oer the short comings of others He was a useful citizen full of bright attain ments and future promises His death breaks the magic circle of tweet home love and kindred ties To his dear heartbroken wife family and friends I would us trust that the Great Ruler of the universe who sees the end from the beginning and orders all things right will strength en and support you in your Give Stomach m Rest Your food must be proyely digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling It to take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves a 1 the commendation that can be given itas it saved the life of our little girl when she three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course she only takes it now when anything disagrees with her Sold by BE McRoberts Lancaster Ky la 17 Jj M r wire and undertaking expected extend notice ha e chris- tian Tour recuperate 1 visiting father lathe Cum- mins pronounced great beyond Y1 Impressed bereaved grandchildren bother say let fbourn sorrow was y We have some sp ecial in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES HOT WATER BOTTLES CHEST PROTECTORS HAIl BRUSHES TOOTHBRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE r rv Jl llf L 1 1 J values In Memorlam On Saturday afternoon the sad news of the death of Willie Philips was here He died at the home or his father J M Philips of Stanford after a few days of intense suffering of tetanus He peacefully fell asleep and went home to rest in glory The deceased was more than an ordinary young man and moved in a sphere far above the plain of corrupt and society Willie in his quiet manly manner won the love of all who knew him lovable and tender a good est toiler finding his delight in for those who watched over him in early years He leaves a mother two sisters and three brothers to mourn the loss of a pre cious sun and brother who loved and honored them but their loss is his eternal gain Rest kindly heart thy toll is done The long night ends the day Is waking Thy higher life has Just begun And on thy vision day is breaking For a heavenly voice now pleads The angel of thy loving deeds Peace kindly heart though love replnt s And fond affections bids thee stay Upon thy raptured sight now shines The glory of heavens cloudless day And in thy tired hands shine like flowers The lovely deeds of bygone hoursL G The sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as shown before the sunshine of spring Miss II M Mlddleton Thebes Ill says I was selously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Ky lm That Tickling in the Throat One minute after taking One Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat not the stomach for children A L Spofford postmas ter at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconclous from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedi ly cured her I cannot 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DENNY Preildemt JOHN B STORME3 Vice Prett S C DENNT Cashier J F Bobinson B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Eaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson i Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Z493 2 2 o pi 2 2 2 AsstCashr I fO 0 0 00000000 0000000O O O Q M 0 oeooooo0 Wanted 100000 MINK and SKUNK SKINS And other raw furs at extremely high price Address A B BCRKHARDT INTERNATIONAL FUR MERCHANT CINCINNATI elI14 t i rbri 9 4 C3to l F ii= HIS STEAK WAS ALL READY Sarcasm of the Wife Not Wasted on the Delinquent and Husband Sarcasm loses nothing by awaiting the psychological moment for its ut terance remarks the Now York Also it oftentimes is most fraught with the sharpness of a two edged sword when it is contained in a simple statement of tact A husband given to periodical looks upon the cocktail when it contains a cherry his glance at such times dwelling thereon or three successive days with out interruption arose one morning with a head out of all propor tion to his hat measure and a throat that felt like a limekiln No explana tion was needed when he told his wife he was going out for a moment to get rid of the olive green taste in his mouth he would be back right away All she said was Bring a steak home with you for breakfast He went to a cocktail dispensary and got his brace As he was going out he friend who told him he would feel better if he had another He did feel better so much better that he was prevailed on further to improve the state of his physical and mental being by a third diving afer a cherry He did not see his home for two days Again one morning he awoke with iror bands pressing into his head and his tongue cleaving to the roof of his mouth His wife heard him stirring and went to the door Your steak is ready she said ALL WOMEN MARKET THERE Average Housekeeper of Paris Does Her Own Buying Declares French Writer Almost every woman in France does her own marketing and ladies tale their maid or cook along to carry home their purchases writes Jeanne Constentin in Good Housekeeping I am speaking of the average household rich or very chic people leave the mar keting to the cook who deals in stores which have regular deliveries while in very wealthy households that all important personage the chef would not hear of anyone interfering with his prerogative of selEcting and everything and this able creator of sauces of things savory steaming or jellied may even have his own coupe to tae him to the Halles the huge market that each day provides the provisions for all of Paris and its suburbs Servants love to go to for it is a ctiFtom with almost every storeleeper to give them one cent on every spent so you will find it next to an impossibility to make your cook deal whee she does not re ceive her sou de franc and in a servant many will ask you Does madame do her own market ing ORIGIN OF THE MUSTACHE Chicago Antiquary Unearths Telling the History of the Fad A Chicago antiquary found in an old Spanish manuscript the other day the story of the mustaches origin We owe the mustache to the Spaniards he said afterward to a Baltimore Herald man The Spaniards adopted it to distinguish themselves from the Moors After the Moorish invasion you see Moors and Spaniards were inextricably mixed up that it was impossible to tell them apart But the Spaniards were Christians and therefore they decided to wear a cross upon their mustache and a chin tuft or goatee This hair cross became the fashion all over Spain and gradually- it spread to other lands Before that time men had either gone cleanshaven or fully bearded Now they adopted first the mustache and chin tuft and finally the mustache alone When you stroke the thatch on your upper lip remember that you are stroking a part of the true cross and when you see a man with both mustache and chin tuft point out to him that he should live up to the declaration of faith that his face makes SNAKE HEARS IN TONGUE So Declares Student of Reptiles and He Says They Have No Ears Allen S Williams who has spent his summer in the mountains of New York studying snakes according to the Detroit NewsTribune says It is true that snakes have no ears but I have discov ered that they can hear through their tongues A snake can live for two years without feeding I have known cases where snakes have come to life after they had been frozen as stiff as a walk ing stick Last January two of my were frozen so hard that I could have broken them in pieces My wife put them on hot water bags and in an hour they began to show signs of life When abqut four inches of their bodies were thawed out she began hot milk and it was not long until they were wriggling about the parlor floor as good as new Mr Williams said that recently one of his snakes was suffering from indigestion He found that he had swallowed a large hens egg and in or der to cure him he hit him on the back and crushed the egg after which the reptile recovered Names of the Sultan The sultan of Turkey who has gained for himself among European countries EO many uncomplimentary titles is by the Turkish journals as The Pearl of the Nations The Nombril of the World The Gate of Justice The Prince of Camels The Master of and The Shadow of God On the other hand the Macedonians the Ar menians and the young Turkish or native revolutionary party stigmatize him as Abdul Hamid the Red Beast la Hew Form Young Husband Bertha where are lay razors I tell you There was a nice looking young man called yesterday Just after you had gone downtown and asked to see them He Bald he was the razor inspector for this precinct He them away to get them sharpened He said hed bring them back this morning and what are you acting that way for dear phicago Tribune I Imbibing Tribune fortwo recently meta order- Ing fran engaging Manuscript facesa blacksnakes feeding them Masters 7 YoungWifeDidnt too t r5 r market addressed a P i MAW Ni THE GORILLA fclciidhi poutjrndB That jjie Theory ol Without Fouudatlpn Prof Darwins theory that man orginally descended from the ape was contradicted recently by Prof in a lecture given in the of Natural Sciences reports the Philadelphia Public Ledger One of the rarest and perhaps the finest of anthropoid apes in the world five in number presented to the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia by Dr Thomas Biddle who secured the collection from the Hamburg museum was on exhibition Prof Chapman made a minute com of the anthropoid apes with that of the human being and sai that the gorilla more closely resembled man in its physical than the others The bones of the gorillas paw or hands he said were similar in a great many respects to those of man while the animal was also equipped with a score or more of muscles found in the human body At the same time there were many important discrepancies between the two He dsputed the opinions of many scientists who claimed that the gorilla had four hands by saying that it had really only two hands and two feet although all four he said were put to the same use In all he said there was to some extent less dicrence between man and the gorilla than there was between the Hottentot and others of that class and the developed man of today of the salient features which the Important differences eb tween man and the gorilla Prof continued existed in the fact that while man possessed the long flexor in his thumb the gorilla was minus such an accessory There were 30 or more points of great difference between the two proving undoubtedly that man had come by the same from the rudimentary period In referring to the impossibility of tile gorilla to talk Prof Chapman ac counted for it by saying that a hollow in the front of the apes brain with the animals inability to its nerve centers probably ac counted for its being incapable of ex ercising its vocal organs In the professor said If we could concentrate into one animal all of the monkeys or traits In which he resembles man we could find no basis for him with man TROPICAL PLAGUES Panama There la n Great of Fevers Etc to Make From Immigration agents will have some uphill work in overcoming the of Panama as a delighting and salubrious place of abode An who arrived in St Louis from Boca del Toro since the revolution according to the GlobeDemocrat says In summer everybody in is attacked with some sort of a disease You have a great variety to choose from The two favorites seem to be yellow fever and but there is the most complete assortment of other fevers that is to be found anywhere Smallpox we might bring to an end by compulsorily vaccinating the 300000 Panamos who reside in Panama even at the risk of another revolution Yellow fever an unparalleled opportunity for the exploitation of the mosquito the Dry The yellow fever experts who suppressed this specter that haunted Havana for four centuries ought to have a free rein at Panima and an unlimited supply of mosquito netting SpanishAmericans laissez faire that has allowed them to be mosquito ever since they settled around the shores of the Caribbean would go on possibly another thousand years for Providence to stop the dreadTjU romlto but the American begins for microbes at once In our we had Indians to subdue in the southern one it will be germs If we have a work to perform in the tropical regions of this hemisphere we do not propose to be sick all the time The American spirit wont stand it It simply refuses to accept any kind of suffering which is We never let alone anything that wont let us alone There is no sitting down and folding the hands and taking what comes in the character of the dominant race of this side of the world The Spanish of topical South America bordering the southern shore of the gulf appear to have no desire to accomplish anything but subdue nature or vanquish tropical dis eases What railroads they have are I built by foreign syndicates and their tools and machinery are invented by other races But when America sets foot In that country there will be an wakenIng as there is to be in Panama CORAL EASY TO IMITATE Even Celluloid May Be Shaped So as to Appear a Good If you wish to buy coral beads re marks the jewel enthusiast in the Phil adelphia Record you must go to a reliable dealer Why even celluloid may be so shaped and tinted that the average person would not know the dir ference Theres one way to tell how ever if the chain be cheap In this case the very perfection of the beads will convince the wouldbe purchaser of their spuriousness A string of small beads at say 8 or will be full of little imperfections if they be real The larger the bead of real coral the more expensive The old carved coral jewelry of long ago went out be cause it was imitated in celluloid till you couldnt tell the difference between pieces that cost 3 and 50 Just because the pretty beads In delicate pink are so expensive most persons fancy the branch coral chains five feet in length that sell at 1 and less are not real But they are and they are cheap because they are made of the tip ends of the coral branches which are too small to be carved into anything at all All along the Italian coast these chains are sold for a lire and a half 30 cents Sorrento zSX the favored purchasing place I n I IB Chapman Academy collection anatomy makeup perfectly lOne Chapman together control concluding peculiarities comparing Selection reputation Amer- Ican Panama smallpox offers bitten wait- Ing look- Ing continent avoidable persistent SpaniardsThey 10 11 s Darwin arison frequently n VarLet Representation p i that you were well and strong You can have your wish gratified unless your condition is except ional In ninetyeight out hundred Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will weak rundown men and women to perfect and permanent healthDr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition and so the buildingup of the body in the only food perfectly digested and assimilated am more than glad to tell you I have better health now than ever fore writes Mrs Francis Johnson of Dresden Pettis Co Mo Box 71 After three bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery one of Fa vorite Prescription and one vial of Dr Pellets I am arid hearty I have no more bad spells no more weakness I feel like a new woman altogether I could not have lived much longer the con dition I was in if I had not seen that advertisement just in time to save my lifeThe Common Sense Medical Ad viser paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I cases ofevery enables wayby U ant WISff restore Iii r NO COLDS IK THE ARCTIC tare Harden the Memhrunes ami Makes the Hair Grow Arctic explorers agree that It is to impossible to catch cold within arctic circle This seems to prove what physicians have long argued that ordinary cold in the head is an illness caused by a specific Tire cold of the far north either rills the microbe outright or so acts upon the mucous membrane of the nose that it renders it proof against the infection Speaking of the arctic regions says a metropolitan paper it is worth mention Ing that a year spent in the extreme north is worth all the hair tonics in ex istence Arctic whalers and explorers have almost without exception test fied to the amazing growth of the hair on their heads during exposure to below zero temperatures It is said that if the roots of the hair are not absolutely dc stroyed even persons completely bald can regain their hair by spending 12 months among the eternal ice j No disease has made more terribly rapid strides within the past few years than cancer and none has more greatly exercised the energies of physicians and men of science to fight it Dr Alfred Wolff has collected an immense mass of statistics concerning the disease which go to flrove that it is far more frequent j lu eider and beer drinking countries than in those where wine is the usual beverage Thus the south of Franco Is far freer than the north Secondly he has shown that thickly wooded districts suffer worse than those which are naturally bare or from which the trees have been cut Sussex Warwickshire and Devonshire Eng j wellwooded counties suffer alarmingly from cancer and matters are even worse in the provinces of France Bavaria In Germany I and in the Austrian Tyrol It is there j fore advisable for those who fear to move Into the open country where trees arc scarce In Borneo and New Guinea this disease Is quite unknown Dr Page who has been practicing for more than ten years in the former island has not only never seen a case of cancer there but has never even heard of one nor of its allied disease lupus New Guinea so far as can be ascertained seems equally free j The latest idea is that countries to severe forms of malaria are mune from cancer Certainly very rare on the west coast of Africa It is almost unknown in the swampy of Central America and the valley The Sunderbunds also those great swamps on the Hooghly east of Calcutta in whose depths lie many villages are also free from cancer Every one knows that high ground are the best refuge for patients afflicted with any form of consumption Tho higher Alps will in almost all cases give a new lease of life to the consumptive neither the Alps nor any other mountain resort can compare for a with the desert lands of southern California Here if the patient arrives before the disease has absolutely his lungs he can live in the dry clear atmosphere for years In almost every case the tubercular symptoms at last disappear though if the patient leaves the refuge it is more than that they will recur and a relapse will rapidly put an end to his life A Hint for uoym There are many young men who leave the farms to take up commercial life in the cities that would be glad to get back again in later years after they have tried the experiment behind the counter or at the desk The few who have made successes through lucky speculation or some fortunate venture always shine great light in the eyes of boys who are tied down tg a life of daily drudgery on the farm The fact is that work is drudgery anywhere if one makes it so The chances are that the boy who of his work on the farm would complain none the less of his task in the city Chicago Daily Sun Weary and Willie Every woman I braced terday ant me if I wus lookin fer work And yet dey say dat woman aint got no sense of humor Chicago American My husband went through the late war without a scratch Kemarkable And he stayed home oil the tithe didul VYV Her I lo rro JeIII llrli infectious microbe I landall i cancer terrible subject imI regions Amazon native patientBut moment devoured probable Country as- a complains AmenIties heNaid 41 l S I I nex tli ra northeastern COURTING ON HORSEBACK That IM the Only AVny the Handhold ers of Seville Can Get Near Each Other Seville girls dress in bright col always wear flowers in their hair Except in Triana and on feast days the local costumes arc obsolete and wore Is the pity says the Washington Star Through the wide archway that forms the entrance to every house you can catch glimpses of most attractive patios which are adorned to rellect the taste of j their owners Nearly all of them have artistic marble fountains with statues of more or less merit placed against the background of palms or banana trees and following the Moorish custom tho life of the household centers in these courts The houses have seldom more than two stories The street fronts are almost always dead walls broken by heavily barred windows and the zaguaiij or archway which is protected from in trusion by a handsome gate of wrought iron Sometimes the patio is covered with a glass roof and movable awnings are arranged so as to shut out the sun Here the families receive their visitors and spend most of their time except in the rainy season which drives them under the thicktiled roofs The windows of the second floor have balconies which seem to have been planned to meet the requirements of courtship in Seville According to the custom of all the Latin races lovers are not allowed to become acquainted with their sweethearts until after and Cupid must do his work at long range Young men must not visit young women but they can talk to through the bars of the windows on the lower story or the girl like Juliet will hang over the balcony of the second story window and talk to her ad mirer in the street Often walking through the streets of Seville I have found the sidewalk by a horse which stands patiently while Its rider makes love to a pretty girl In the window From his saddle he can reach her level and can press her hand while if he were on foot he could only express Iris emotion by the gestures that a Spaniard or Italian can make so eloquent After the courtship through the grating or from the balcony has in an understanding the young man sends his father or sonic friend as Cupids ambassador to the father of the girl The match is arranged the wed ding day Is set the bride and bridegroom meet for the first time under circum stances when they can exchange and after the priest has pro flounced the benediction they can begin to get acquainted KNEW WHAT HE WANTED the Ovor rnlou Snlenninn Given in Confine IVnv o tlu This is a tale told by the Baltimore News for the benefit of the overzeal ous salesmen and salesvonikn who think they know helter than theirciis tomers what their customers want to buy A ninn walked hnbcrctash ers shop and bowed politely to the clerk I should like to look at sonic black gloves stitched with white said lie mack gloves stitched with while are not fashionable now replied the clerk understood me 1 said I should look at some black gloves stitched with white They are no longer fashionable re iterated the clerk with impatient I find I must apologize again said the other I came In here thinking was a haberdashery I find it is a bii wan of information Im sorry to ha v troubled you with so unimportant matter for I really didnt care to know whether tilt gloves I wanted were stylish or not Perhaps I con buy Q pair of some sort at the place acrou the street anti be went out Audience There is one time in a mans that he has no difficulty in holding his audience remarked the Observer ot Events and Things and that is when he is proposing marriage to a girL Yonkers Statesman Clearly Disproved First Dachshund Yvhat rot Second Dachshuna Whats the mat ter First Dachshund I Just heard a 0 t J 1 I tiThe I get her blockaded I I resulted confidences Lad Vn drfnllJ nN Iuh I politelike superiority life I wasnt long for this world IVaAkl1I Uta c r I I always marriage I I kilo a S man say te K d0 0Ask for tie I Almanac an1EC5 3e i Bargains In Property We can give bartins and vasv terms in the sale of the following property 1 A large new brick store and a good business Can be bought for than cost of buildings etc Estab Halted trade now lo 2 A residence withG streetNomond street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 uee at 4750 very lungs and desirable property one at All at ruck bottom prices No 5 New cottage and H acres on Stanford avenue Very cheap No 6 Splendid home4 acres on Tityule revenue Remarkablj 2000 No 7 Cottage on waler street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or rent reasonable titiines No 8 Coal yard scales and twi store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and fanc goods at n stand having an established trade for 20 years bargain No 10 A brick block of two store rooms on first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent on the price at which property can be purchased A splendid investment No 11 acres of unimproved land miles from town at 850 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres good land 2 miles from town at 1800 ored which rents for prices yielding 20 cent on the invest nents We have other farms also Tail on G B Swinebroad or M D Hughes 12 3t SPENDTHRIFT SULTAN ITendgtrnnt Iliiler of Moroeco In diilces in All Forma of Mulal AbdelAziz is a charming kindly headstrong man suffering badly from youth who delights in reforms for the sake of their novelty and lacks the brain power that distinguished his Mulai el Hassan and his grandfa ther Mulai Mohammed While he stayed in his southern capital he was comparatively free from the attacks of commercial attaches and other rogues whose designs upon his treasury should have been obvious though he was guilty of many extravagances including of fireworks that made his envoy to England speak slightingly of the display arranged in his honor at the Crystal palace writes S L Densusan in Contemporary Review In Fez the agents surrounded him like summer flies lIe has 12 motor cars GO feet long that was to be used on the Sebu river which is not more than 30 price I am afraid to name He has put some of his soldiers into European and boots only to find that they run away from Bu Hamara as readily as they did when dressed In native He has developed an enthusiasm for photography have seen some of his work and in addition to cameras with cases of pure gold he has one of his palace loaded from floor to ceiling with dark plates and he was persuaded to order 10000 francs worth of printing paper He has a menagerie In the grounds of the palace at Fez a day when it was reported that the lion sent from England had quarreled and killed the lion sent from Berlin one of the European visitors to tire court suggested to him that a contest between the victorious lion and the Bengal tiger The bank president finished reading tire account of the robbery of a rival bank remarkedbutglad of cigarthoughtfullyIt wasnt my vault anyway Gin cinnati TimesStar Inreiitnl Objections Pretty you dont like Tom Her He appears to be capable of nothing Pretty what objection have you to George Her hes worse than Tom He strikes me as being capable of any thing Chicago Daily News Same Old Cai Whats all this fuss about asked the policeman stepping between the two young men The one that had got the worst of it and was wiping the blood from his nose pointed to the other fellow He can tell you her name if he wants to he said I wont Chicago Tribune An UptoDute Fowl Mr Hammerkick There was no taste to that turkey I bought of you The Progressive taste Isnt the main thing That turkey was the most nutritious bird I it had been fattened on health food Brooklyn Life SInxciiIine Supremacy my word Penhecker I wonder that you spirit than to stop at home and look after the baby while your wife goes gadding about Penhecker dear fellow you must remember that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world Ahem Ally Sloper A Gooses Tommy said the teacher ad dressing a small pupil can you tell me what propaganda is The little fellow after wrestling with the problem mentally for a short time replied I guess it must be tha brother of a proper goose Cincinnati Enquirer cOneless largenew 000 lom at price at 3 property father displays paidbetween prohibition uniforms garments saidAbdelAziz xt iio Potilt DaughterSo FatherNo DaughterBut FatherOh I absolutely FarmerWell eversold FrIendUpon I I proudlyMy Brother I s I ENtrrivatSauce special apartment and- o havent more DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 00 bctte cortslns 2i times the trial tlzs which sells for 50 cett OILY AT TInS LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO 200 ye OaV ti ff i rfn sr it Lo111 t1 ILL For sale E r r Ltin tr 7a r S I I by li SPRING SOWING 9- FORII I i I The largest and in Our Catalogue for 1905 Mailed Free and Garden Clover Seeds BLUE RIBBON SEEDS ARE BEST WOOD STUBBS CO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY The undersigned herein iivc to all persons trot in irojvis purpose whatever v M cut all ifr nil r li of the law for this section and the South Yield as leigh asoo ibfarmers in all sections Contains full hfonnation these as well as all Seeds for the tarn r Potatoes Crops Vegeuble Seeds etc 14Call Id1 at fit Lout race SEED JPOSTED a 111 ing IIII I XI I Oat bushels reranc tall owth fine lange the nost profitate ofail ttocks of Grass and Alfalfa Seed Oats Seed Songs N5 s i t I n lcd Jis R Hfim Miller W R Took II C Mi l Di S IV4IS V L Li S i I LAND for bALL I will sell 11 acres of hind lying on Ktu tuekk river at lock No 6 Tweiity ncrus III bluegrass biiluuce in cultivation Good dwell Ing Possession immediately n n LAWSON it Bourne Ky Special On account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home to all residents of Gariaid Co who cut ont 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 2oc and White Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and Gold Fillings 1 and upGold Crowns 4 large 5 The best set of teeth that can be made SG I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TKLEIMKINE No 4 Haas Hog xxXc OKKK f Notice I I i I I I r xo As a Cure As a Fattener Us a Preventive Cash paid for all hojrs that die when fed this remedy Call on druggistf- or free book and full particulars Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July 19 ISOi TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number I Daily stops when flflggedll50ain Number 3 when flagged 111 30 pm Number 5 Daily makes eli stops 11 03 nm Number Uaily stops 8 03 pm SORTS BOBND Number Daily stops when flagged 420 pm Number 4 Does Stop Number 6 Dally stops 150 pm Number 10 Dally stops 610 am I I P FRISBIEF QUICKLY CURED BY lejs There is no case on a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs I Foleys and Tar has stages will always give comfort and relief and Tar gives to Asthma sufferers as relieves the difficult at once Remember the and substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparation no opiates Cured of Terrible Geagh on Lungs N Jackson of Danville 111 writes daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Gentlemen Foleys aryl Tar cured me of Consumption after 1 had suffered two and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people Throat and Lung Trou ble Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the 100 bottle al most six times as much SOLD AND RFGQK3DED BY For sale bv CC JE Storms Letters ton Will be a Leading Feature of the DU IG 1905 There will be many other attrac tive departments all going to make a complete newspaper Daily CourierJournal i 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