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THE CENTRAL RECORDfllTEESTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 1905 NUMB f ERG I GOODSg From St Louis i Worlds Fair Sold when new for y2 foot iron enamel tubs complete Ii Improved low 5 down Toilet Extra large en ameled wash bowl with brack ets faucetstraps prices less Pronunciation In unrhrc she wont wits sweet bewitching Floss Until her dad went into gus And straight began to wealth amass Since then this unaffected lass Is always heard to puss Louisville CourierJournal Cost Lsast Wear Best Salesman E C L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Court room Prompt attention to business Its as Easy a Log to furnish your house if you buy from us on the in stallment plan WE DONT In FURFITURE AT LOW PRICES Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley 4 Co Wm Hcrndon G B BwJnebr- oadLerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store G Dentist fs Office over Thompona store Oauville at l- 1r V I S ANIT ARY i I i 2 t LI lour I 40- I I HASELDEI I Jto J 11 i Zl I JCINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers I BOP 5 2 ucouC R Law Police rvAS Rolling oil f Ir I L i I l F a I a o F Al f jJRI pats k u APs SSE- e Y1Y5LSSlaNE S2C YX2 111 cant F i f t 1 t g i Local Notes There will be work in the Thira degree at the Masonic lodge Tuesday Those supplied with skates had little difficulty in getting to church Sunday Much fencing has been stolen dur lug the cold spell Its nothing for property owners to find several planks missing Aside from placing a license of fifty dollars upon merchant tailors the City Council did nothing of conse quence Monday night The streets being almost impassable on account of ice there we e no services at the chUrches Sunday night Hardly a corporals guard atteused the day services The heavy sleet of Sunday and Sun day night caused many roofs to leak and some damage was done Tin and the oldfashioned wooden shingle roofs both proved unequal to the occassion Those people living on the rural routes appreciate Uncle Sams kind ness more than ever during the miserable weather The leaving of your mail at your front door these cold days is a convenience indeed The big religious revival at Danville resulted in great good Many old frostbitten Sunday only church mem bers were awakened to their duties and many were the resolutions to put into practice during the week what is professed on Sunday Yea Verily An exchange says the people who remain away from church services on the pretense of the weather being too cold will no doubt butt in to some climate in the near future that will afford them all the warmth they possibly more A Bad Time For Fire A small blaze in the kitchen of Zi miners resturant caused an alarm about six oclock Sunday night Notwithstanding the fact that the pavements and streets were one solid sheet of ice the hose wagon was out and ready fir work in less than three minutes The flames were extin guished without use of the fire hose Damage small Country Residence Burned The residence of Mr Joseph Burn side on the Kirksville pike was de stroyed by lire Friday morning The lire was not discovered until the en tire upper portion was burning and the family had barely time enough to get out All the contents were nothing being saved Mrs John M Farra who was at her mothers suffering from rheumatism was carri ed to a neighbors and suffered greatly by being taken into the cold air The property loss falls heavily on the fami ly and their legion of friends extend deepest sympathy to them A Big Temperance Rlvival Tie Lancaster W C T U has arrangements for a series of temperance lectures to be given in this city beginning next Monday night the 13th Thess meetings will be held in the different churches the final rally to be held in the The Union has secured the services of the noted lecturer Col Charles Holt of Chicago whose abili ty and eloquence have won for him a national reputation All the singers of the town will take part and a revival is looked for together with much good by the adding of new converts to the side of temperance Remember the time of beginning Monday the 13th and tell your about it I I wantand I Court- House neighbors J night unusual burned completed glorious Remember the Valentine party at W C T U rooms Friday night the nth A solid sheet of ice from one to two inches thick covered the streets for several days Two negro boys were given work house sentences for loafing at the de pot Keep up the good work The W C T U Valentine party at their rooms Friday night the 17th will be largely attended Only 15cts admission fee will be charged Its about time for the early gar deners to begin to brag about their truck patches Ice snow and zero weather cut no figure with this class of boasters The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs Alex Doty next Mondav afternoon at two oclock It is the regular meeting and a full at tendance is desired Valentine Party The W C T U will give a valen tine party at their rooms on the even ing of the 17th Toutifruite and cake will be served A post office and valentines will furnish fun for all who come Only 15cts will be 2t Tuesday night a horse belonging to Frank Pearce and driven to Paint Lick by Mr Robt West the hemp man broke loose at that place wandered on the railroad track and was killed by the No 11 passenger train Appointment of Lancaster Man Mr Win B Stone one of Lancasters most energeticand popular young gen tlemen has been appointed in the Railway Mail Service and will be put on a run in a few days He passed the civil service examination receiv ing very high averages Ivon Fish L and N agent at Row land has made one of the newfashion ed sideswipe telegraph keys so ex tensively advertised in the electrical journals It does the same work and answers the same purposes as the one advertised as a wristsaver and is a splendid piece of workmanship Mr Fish who lives in Stanford has one of the newstyle railroad propelling machines which runs over the road as easily as a bicycle on a smooth road He uses it in going be tween work and home and travels al most as fast the passenger trains Death Of A Good Lady Mrs Catharine D Waits whose serious illness was noted in last issue of the Record died at the home of her son Mr R II Matson in this city Friday afternoon at five oclock She had been in poor health for some months and for the past few weeks was quite ill Mrs Waits had been a resident of Lancaster for a number of years and her kindness of heart sweet Christian spirit and many deeds of charity had won a warm spot in the hearts of all who knew her Many were the times she someone in need and distress but she never told anyone of her deeds and when it was known that she had assisted anyoue it was from the fact that the recipient of the favor told it She was a of the Christian church and lived up to the teachings of the bible in every particular To live a life as that of Mrs Waits insures beyond all doubt that rich reward in Heaven of which we read in the Blessed Book and hear set forth by the ministers several times a week She leaves two sons It II Batson of this city and Dr J D Batson of the Indian Mrs Waits was in her seventy ninth year and was twice married Eld F M Tinder conducted funeral services at the Christian church afternoon and the remains were laid to rest in tne Lancaster Cemetery J l A Genius as help member Sunday charged purchased od Territory It is the general belief among those high in Republican circles that Presi dent Roosevelt will either give the Honiobn W Yerkes a place in this new cabinet or appoint him a judge of the United States Supreme Court This belief is founded upon the fact that the President has proven his assertion that he would appoint none but good men and that he is well ac quainted with Mr Yerkes ability and I I I High standing as a lawyer and a No politician in the South stands higher with the people of party affiliation and any honor given him will be duly appreci ated by the Deople who want Christian gentlemen at the head of public affairs Mr Yerkes is now Commissioner of Internal Revenue and no man in Washington stands closer to the President I purr I gentleman irrespective SNAKES EXCITING TRIP Largo Rattler Taken From Its Winter Quarters Causes Excitement on Train and In Cincin nati Hotel Last Monday Mayor Robert naird of this city a wellknown Ken tucky Central Railroad engineer and the proprietor and chief clerk of the Palace Hotel Cincinnati had an ex perience which they will not soon for get Mayor Kinnaird had business in the Queen City and left on the thc oclock train for that point All went well until near Winchester when the quick application of tile emergency air brake stopped the train and almost threw the passengers from the seats Many rushed to the doors to ascertain the cause and saw Engineer John Clark clambering over the tender of the engine chasing and striking at a large rattle snake with the coal pick Conductor C S Grove and others forward to lend assistance and the reptile ran over back of tender and into the end door of baggage car which the excited baggageman had left crew many passengers were greatly excited every door of the train was wide open Many struck at the snake but many more took to their heels and gave it a wide berth On it ran through bag gage mail express jlmcrow and into the smoking car As all the had quickly deserted the smoker his snakeship was lost sight of and all believed it had gone on the platform and fallen off the high at that point of the railroad Where a snake could come from on as cold a day as last Monday was a question but this was explained by Engineer Clark who had pulled out a box of old summer overalls and he had left last Fall in the companys tool house at Stanford the end of the run A great many have been killed in that vicinity and the explanation is that this snake crawled into Mr Clarks box of before cold weather there to make winter home Hedeclded Monday to take the box home and sat it on the boiler in his engine cab The intense heat soon resurrected the reptile from its winter trance in fact its quarters became so hot that it was forced to vacate so worked its way out and fell to the floor of the engine cab As stated above Mayor Kinnaird was a in the smoking car and under the seat had placed a ket of rabbits and quail he was taking to his friend Mr Walter Maxwell Manager of the Palace Hotel Arriving at this popular hostlery he set the basket on the desk regls tered and engaged In conversation with Chief Clerk Woodrow Possibly twenty minutes time elapsed when without the slightest warning the snake ran out of the basket coiled up on the counter and hissed defiantly at Mayor Kinnaird Clerk Woodrow and the several guests near the desk After surveying the crowd the snake made a spring at Tige the large Maltese cat that loafs around the office Fortunately for Tige the snakes aim was bad and it landed on the tile floor By this time Maxwell all the bell boys and other employees were armed with mops brooms etc to give battle The snake ran into the washroom and on into the bar The crowd who had lined up In this department for their mornings morning had been pretty full the night as they tore the street door from its hinges in their hasty exit The snake stopped and coiled front of the bar and licked its fork ed tongue as if asking the an eyeopener As all hands stampeded Mr Max well had about reached the conclusion that he would have to turn over to the new and unwelcome visitor but happened to think of a net he was preparing to take on his Florida fishing trip and which was Creeping up behind the bar he cautiously peeped down on the other side and dropped the net over the coiled reptile Clerk Woodrow like the other spectators to the exiting incident now grew very game so rushing up dealt a blow with a billiard cue which killed the snake outright It was sent to a tax idermist and when mounted will a wall in the office of the Palace Deserved Compliments At the final meeting of the Ken tucky Worlds Fair Commission held in Louisville Saturday night the ac counts showed a surplus of 2800 to be turned back into the State Treasury beside property valued at over 7000 A banquet was given in honor of the president of the Commission Mr Arthur Y Ford who was also with a handsome chest of silver by his associates Our former townman Mr R E Hughes secretary of the Commission came in for much praise for his splendid work Mr Hughes acted as toastmaster and the papers say many nice things of his work as such When Time was called Bob said in part This Is an hour I have longed for At last the servant is master if only fleeting evening For fifteen months the directors of the old association bossed me and then the undertook the Sub Under both regimes the superintendents of the exhibits gave me orders galore to obey Well the tables are turned it is a natural thing at a dinner I have locked the door so no man escape and the whip cracking is I i M rushed and occupants puzzling jackets rattlers cloth- Ing Its Cincinnati Proprietor immediately- In barkeeper- for the house counter presented Louisville for a commissioners I H r Kin opens trestle passenger bas hotel evidently before decorate may AGREE THAT IT IS NEEDED Records Article on General Revival In Church Work Highly Complimented- and Its Suggestions Endorsed The Central Record has never re eel ved so many compliments on any of its humble efforts as were passed upon our article in our last issue refering to the lack of genuine Christianity and the practice of sinful acts by some church members during the daily walks of life The only adverse criti cism came from men who always take the opposite view of every step for betterment and some of those who are deep in sin and know that if they were to turn from the evil of their way they would be forced to give up things whcih now put dollars In their pockets But this is the case in every town and we are sure there are more genuine Christians than hardened sin in Lancaster What the church people in those towns holding the big revivals are doing is the bringing out of church members smoking them out and making them show by works what they are The re has been that men who have done one thing for the cause of Christ have come to the front and apply their religion to their every day walks of life If you will only send for a copy of last Fridays Danville News you can have one by writing to the editors of the News and see what has been done there read the public statements from prominent business men who heretofore have been of the Sundayonly class you will see how much good has been accomplished and how the ministers and genuine are encouraged by the conversion and placing into service of heretofore hypocrites and wolves In sheepscloth log who have paraded as church mem bers This can be done In Lancaster not by any hurrah or meetings but by the quiet earnest work such is being done in Louisville and other Kentucky towns If any person will tell The Record of Lancaster needs more than an awakening in religious matters we will cheerfully drop this subject and advocate his suggestion The money for school teachers has been delayed Due notice will be through The Record when it is Hold Your Orders Mercantile Company Compare prices quality guaranteedJacob For Sale Good safe horse Can be seen at Sweeneys livery stable t J S Doty Christians exciting protracted ClothIng n ers uit never anything given 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 roods come to us We We rely upon honesty merit Call and see us We appreciate your patronage THE Joseph Mercantile Co I Sweeping Out Sale have tTo Fake No CatchPenny Schemes No Old Stock I 0000oGo0ooooooeG 4oooo0oooooaeooeoooo0000o00oo000ooooo oc 000 Sales and- y A GREAT DUNE SALE OF In order to our Immense stock of CLOTHING we will sell our entire line of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats at COST for CASH only We handle nothing but the very bes Clothing that money can buv If you are in need of a Suit or an you should call at once before your size is sold Terms Strictly Ca- shHTLOGAN II I BARGAINS 1 I I SUITS OVERCOATS clean up i III I t r i e f I z BARGAINj7I rr rr- d Ov- ercoata MTvw wVw w Chattanooga Turning and Hill side Plows all Steel Beams PERFECT IN CONSTRUCTION Strongly Built rood Turners Try Them They will not disappoint you Single Trees Double Trees Haines Tra Collars Col lar Pads Back Bands and any thing you want for Spring Work Clover Timothy and Orchard Grass Seed The best that can be found in the SEED SOWERS ETC You go to a Why Not Come to a MAKE BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 I The 61T1ZENS RATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and WllEquipped lahl V l of Kentucky it 111 1 I I J JtJ JIM I I I I I I Ices I I i i I Imarke- tS Hselnen Robinson I M1f11ifl lf 1n11VMl BAKER for BREAD CARRIAGE for unl Ul U U U U UU1J U1JUUl u unlU1U1UlU U U i I I t f t f II II II lilt t I1 Prompt j i iIIIIII III il 11111111111111111 ill ff h 1it Ijr I yM AAwww awwwwrwry Bridles H nrnrmiv um irnninnnrnrnrmnr9mornn rnnv nnvnrn ljrgantsuill4 antsvilte III Pa v3 II CENTRAL Jgswcd Weekly er Jr r LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Offlcr in Lancatler Ky at SccontlClat Unit Matter Lancaster Ky February 10 It is said an Oklahoma yirl onjjcinp kissed fainted A real example of the saying overcome with joy we The extra session of the Legislature will cost almost enough to build a new capitol For dillydallying this ses sion the cake That Chicago man who is taking care of a wife and nineteen children un nine dollars a weekis evidently an newspaper olllce Pittsburg Phil the noted bettor on horses died last week He placed his last wail of coin against that sure thing Death and is now the loser to so great an extent that he will not kick on his illluck A New York man was accused by his wife of loving another woman To show that he did not he went out and killed the woman Which really proved that he loved neither his wife nor the woman he killed The people of Frankfort instead of stepping out of the matter when they won their tight to keep the seat of government in that city continue to butt in and tell the Legislature where it must be placed In fact it appears chat they think they have a deed to the whole matter A lady at Atlanta Ga had her mouth so badly frozen during a severe blizzard tlirough which she was trav cling that she could not close it Had it required blizzards to bring about all the feminine mouths in this tlx today the whole world would have been frozen out some time ago Editor Jim Allen of the Democrat failed to send us a copy of his good paper for three consecutive weeks Last issue reached our desk however and we find it in a new dress not a decolette we believe thats it Jim evening dress with the top bobbed oil nor a rainyday dress with a foot or so of the tail shaved away but a handsome stylish garment which comes from head to foot aud The Record extends heartfelt ulations to its good friend upon this evidence of prosperity Editor Ileber Matthews of the Hartford Herald truthfully says There is no reason why in this broad land of freedom that a man should not be politically and otherwise what lie wants to be If you want to be a Democrat a Republican a Pro hibitionist a Socialist or any other creed worshipping devotee be it But above all be a gentleman and an man under all circumstances your sentiments freely but and always accord to your opponent that measure of regard and deference for his personal views which you expect yourself Bigotry is a very demoralizing personal attribute It tends to absolute anarchy Cherish ing this impulse we deny the right of anybody to entertain views at ance with our own Freedom of thought freedom of speech and of action are the prime rights of an American citizen when proprrly indulged The report is sent out from Kew York that more than 100000 men in that city are without work With such a jam of people this is not to be wondered at If these men want work let them come out in the where farmers need them and will pay living wages too They will also have better health get pure food breath pure atmosphere be with bet ter people and beyond all doubt live purer and better lives While wages will not be so high as in thegreat city yet reduced expenses more than offset this The idle men have none but themselves to blame and if they will overcome their desire to crowd like sardines in the city and come out to the country and work on the farms in the shops on the railroads or in any of the many vocations the offers they will live longer accomplish more good and be happier But the rapid pace of city life is attractive and hard to keep away from so we are told McCREARY J T Harden sold his shoats to Jas Simpson at 3Ic per pound Some talk of another store in our village in the near future Claud Sadler and sister are visiting relatives at Stone this week Mr and Mrs W N Grow Mr and Mrs accompanied by their Miss Edna Scott of Mt Hebron visited at Geo Sadlers last Wednesday- Dr Amon sold his property to B Bur ton of Buckeye for 82000 Dr and his family will be greatly in community Our loss will be Lancas tars gain We are making a specialty oral kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass OrchardGrass and seed Oats we can supply you with any kind of seed on short notice Dbnfc forget us when wanting seeds writers If rHAB Marksbury Son a i dk RECORD 1905 presume takes con rat honest Express respectfully freedom country country Will Grow visitor Infact Phone Goo 1 o acquit Cynthia j missed Y mist art z in the A Budget o News from Various Points in PAINT LICK Mr Sam Campbell Is sick J W Schooler is quite sick at this writingMr Champ is out again after few days illness Mr J D Burchall has accepted a po sition with Champ Co Mrs Annie Adams has sufficiently recovered to be out again- A B Wynn fell on the streets Mon day and dislocated his arm S VV Norman will be found behind the counter of West Wynn Air John B Parks is out again after several days confinement to his room M i Will Tudor of Louisville attend ed the funeral of his uncle Champ Shumate II L Jennings wilt sell at auction Saturday 11th at 10 oclock a nice lot of furniture Miss Annie Burchell has resumed her position with W S Fish after a months rest Mr R N Beazley has purchased a million pounds of tobacco for the American Tobacco Co Miss Bettie Francis is visiting Mrs Fannie Kilgou at Athens Texas where she wiir spend the winter Mrs Sallie Leavell of Bryantsville and Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs Pattie Engle man recently The ladies of the Christian church will have a Valentine party at Fishs Hull on the night of 14th Refresh ments will be served for which 25cts will be charged Every body invited We are making a specialty of kind Held seeds Clover Timothy OrchardGrass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind seed on short notice Dout forget us wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son News has just reached here of the death of Milton Smith at his home in Ft Worth Texas His father John Smith died in November last His stepmother Mrs Cillie Smith who has just gotten up from a severe of fever has the sympathy of the community This makes three of the family that have died in the last yearMr Champ Shumate of Paint Lick died Feb 1st 1905 lie was born the Ben Slavin place in this Garrard county Sept 2nd 1825 and was there fore in his eightieth year He lived on the place where he was born until his marriage after which he moved to Rockca tie county After some years he moved back to his old home the Slavin place on Frog Branch creek His first wife who was Marts having died he married the time Lizzie Yeakey who survives him He leaves three childen all of whom were by his first marriage Shortly after his second marriage about 22 years ago he sold his farm and moved to Paint Lick and engaged in merchandising After seven years he gave up the business and retired to the comfortable home where he spent the remainder of his days For thirty years he was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church at Manse Of recent years he has been unable to attend church which he de lighted to do when he was able wasa modest unassuming man of good Christian character quiet and ir his manner He was a man of strong convictions and a thin and and faithful friend Most of his life was spent m Paint Lick where lie had many friends and acquaintances leaves three children a widow and host of friends to mourn his loss Everything was done for him kind friends could do but for many years he had been afllictcd with ney disease which in the end caused his death Revs D E Friarson and C S Young conducted funeral services at his home in the presence of a large and Evmpatizing crowd Ills remains were laid to rest in the Paint Lick Cemetery KEDNA VISTA Charles Robinson js visiting relatives at Versailles Sleighing has been a favorite pass time recently Miss Addle Carter of Hanly Ky is visiting friends here Messrs A T Scott and John Dismuk ers new feed and grist mill is now in operation Brice Sechrlta and Virgil Wilds spent last Saturday with friends at Camp Nelson Mr John Ruble and Miss Pearl Mayes were married in Lexington last Wednesday Feb 1st Miss Mattie Wood Miss Marion Baker of Jessamine county have been visiting friends in James A Spoonamore will leave for Urbana III March 25th where he will accept a position with a carnival His many friends wish him much success We are making a specialty of all kind weld seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply with any kind seed on sbtiirt forget us when Seeds Phone or write us- H A B Marksbury Son 1 11 all He lie a id I County Garrard Galhertl Energelic Reporters wheat entire second unpretending that this community wanting r J C I a Y t hr C Bluc Crass S s DTcC and you nutice DonE pelt nary a t A T Sanders bought of W P Proston hog for 8250 Mr E Allen of Danville was in our midst last week Miss Ethyl Saddler of McCreary is the truest of Mrs Newt Grow Jno logic and wife of Guns Chapel visited Jesse Sanders and wife last week Mrs Peggie Burdett and children are visiting Mr add Mrs Edd Clark tills week Mr AC Miles and family of Buck eye were with Mrs Luther Raney last Monday Misses Beulah Raney and Osee were guests of the Misses Sanders the past week Cronley Broaddus had a fine cow and horse to die last week Tha horse bled to death from a cut by a wire Lige McMiilin sold his crop of tobac co to Beazley at Paint Lick for lets all around and to be delivered the 13th Sam Duncan bought of Mrs Mary A Sanders a sow and pigs for S 00 He also sold to Bud Duncan a sow for 37 Messrs Dan Will and George Ray and John Sanders and Misses Ina Gullet and Jewel Sanders visited Mrs L L Sanders last week The many friends of Mr L D Mitch ell will bs glad to know that he is im proving from the burns he received at Torent Ky while trying to save the record papers in the depot He is at St Josephs Hospital at Lexington One of the saddest deaths which has occurred in our midst for was that of Mrs Elsinda Naylor at her home Saturday morning at half past eight It was a shock to every ont especially family and close and they did not think she was dangerously ill She had been sick only a short while ot consumption She leaves one daughter Mrs John Lane and a host ot relatives and friends to mourn her death was a Christian woman and a member of the Mt Hebron church The remains were laid to rest at Mt Hebron at one oclock Sunday evening We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones BRYANTS VI LLE Miss Margaret Jenkins has entered Georgetown college Miss Maine Lee Ballard has gone to Lexington for a short visit Mr Jeff Dunn was in Lexington this week to attend the horse sales Mr Ben Moore will leave in a few days t accept a position in Kansas Miss Margaret Gallaher has gone for visit to relatives in Penn and Georgia Mr Sam Dunn will return to Mem- on phis in a few days after a visit to his mother Mrs A tha Dunn Miss Julia Miller of Miilersburg is visiting Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leavell Misses Wood and Mary Baker of Jessimine were their guests for a few days last week Miss Alice Dunn of Danville has been at home for several days confined to her room with La Grip She is very much improved and will return to Danville in a few days Miss Carter of Ambrose has return ed home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Charley Deane Mr and Mrs Deane accompanied her for a short visit to Mrs Deans parents Mr and Mrs New ton Davis Another pleasant feature of the week occurred on Monday evening when JIr and Mrs Jeff Dunn entertain cti Quite a number of the young people Delightful refreshments were served a most cnJ ya l evening was spent Mr and Mrs Eugene Berkele the young people in their pra cious manner Friday evening The guests of honor were Miss Miller of Miilersburg and Lena Rigney At the Proper hour refreshments were served and every one had a most time The Misses Leaven entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of their visitors Misses Miller Baker and It was one of the most pleasant events of the season About thirty were present During the evening a hot lunch was served The hospitality of the hostesses was thoroughly enjoyed by all We are making a specialty of all and seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us H A B Marksbury Son J C Clouse has returned from a trip to the mountains where he has been trading in Myra Stewart a colored woman who is said to have been over one hun dred years of age died Friday and was hurtled Sunday Miss Maude Spainhower will teach a select at Lawsons Miss Maude is a most excellent teacher and we wish her success At the residence of brides father Mr Ebb Cook Miss Ada Cook was in marriage to Mr Wm Manning by the Rev Thos Owens on day Feb 1st They are an young couple and we wish them along and happy life together 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 no Lice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone us H A B Marksbury Son L S rOX c r I sometime neighbors Sh and entertained Miss de- lI hlful Wood TimothyBlueGrass live stock j school School- House 1 orwrite r 5 b Call U FLATWOOD united estimable Ready for Business- I am prepared to Grind yourCorniRioTableMeal Also to Crush Corn for Stock 1 IAM i- I Y I am the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better than shipstuff Any class of Feed you may need in HempEtc andcheap GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at Xo 26 Orders will have j prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Can Get An Underwood I I t I Hudson I oo I Why Purchase Others When You I X i g All of the work is 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 fur free illustrated catalogue UndenvoodTypevriterCo Forth and Main Streets Ltuiaviile Ky I The K First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair If you need a New Ledger or any Blank Books remember we have full line of them c- McRobsrtaDruoStore 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 goods consisting of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Felts Rubbers Drugs and kept in a first class General Store PETTUS BROSBryantsville Kentucky We have just what the S 1 FARMERS WANT sis at prices they can all stand I Oil Hickory Wagons Plows Plow Gear I Plow Points WIRE FENCE Binders 1- g Mowers Cultivators Wheat an1 Corn Drills and Fertilizers Ii M R OOOCCC CC O l rrG tiII Il lJ stockof Ji Medicines Groceries Hardware Hats Caps l I 1- 1w J fJl fjlfffjJfX0Yfilii 7fiJilji0 Buggies I for everything T owoo oot Q Q QQ- Q BUGGIES and all kind of VEHICLES Collars Collar Pads Buggy and Wagon Harness We will save you money ROMANS ELMORE I 4 4 Undertaker r k J Beazley 4 A Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN AY SID iSBELL Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and Examina tionfree All diseases both Acute and Chronic success fully treated Call and see me Kinnaird Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Jlihvaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob Notth British aierchautilte Accounts 1 are 1 now due 1 and I must have the 4 money Please call and settle at once SallleDJillebl That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky OSTEOPATH I Ll1B Ins Co gf Hartford W will i 8 t LANCASTEREVER- YF Ira t NMJRfiN6E 1 tea oily 1 I t Q e Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Susie Hatcher is in Stanford visiting friends Miss Julia Reid is spending several weeks in Louisville Miss Lily Grant has returned from a visit to Covington Miss Mollie Smith has been ill for some days but is better Mrs J C Hemphill was a visitor in Danville the past week Mr Sam Ilaselden is numbered among the sick this week Miss Edwards of Richmond is vis sting Mr and Mrs W R Gott Mrs W 1 Williams who has been quite sick is reported some better Miss Alberta Anderson has returned from a visit to relatives In Lexington Mrs Sam HaseJden and little son J R have returned from Nicholas ville Miss Mattie Thompson Is visiting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Tillett is at home again after spending several days in the countryMiss Mount has returned from a delightful visit to friends In Miss Noreen Henry has returned from a months visit to her mother in LexingtonMr Mrs W H Wherritt have gone on a visit of several months to Knoxville and New Orleans Miss Edna Rice of Richmond has been the guest of Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis nir Homer Batson of Louisville at tended the funeral of his grandmoth er Mrs C D Waits Miss Mary Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav el have been visiting Miss Katie Hemphill of Nicholasville Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicholasville is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Haselden Richmond avenue George Smith Jr carrier on rura mail route No 1 was ill for several days but is back at work During that time substitute Joe Francis carri ed the mail The following have been quite sick of grippe Mrs Ike Hamilton Mrs Eliza Farris Mrs D M Lackey Mrs Martha Frisbee Misses Lizzie Brown and Allie Arnold Mr A R Denny has been confined to his bed for some days by a stubborn case of illness but his many friends will be glad to know that he is on the road to recovery Capt F J White the veteran typo is still confined to the house but has about recovered from his illness He says the only thing keeping him away from his cases is the bad weatner In a letter congratulating The Rec ord on our suggestion of a move for the betterment of religious matters in Lancaster Dr E II Pearce asks to be remembered to his friends all of whom will be delighted to know that the doctor is in good health and act ively in his work A friend of the Record sends in the following News reached here of the marriage in St Louis last week of Mr Thos W Conn to Miss Elizabeth the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs 1 C Smith of Chickasha Indian Territory The groom is a Garrard county boy and lived in Chic aha three years but located in Missouri several months ago where he and his bride are at home to friends His many friends here extend congratulationsLexington Miss Dove Em bry entertained last Thursday evening with a pretty card party at home on East Main street It was given in honor of her guest Miss Tomlinson of Lancaster and was a very pleasant informal gathering of the week The house was prettily decorated with plants and flowers and after the game delicious refreshments were served The girls first prizp a hunch of violets was won by Miss lone Schaeffer who presented It to the guest of honor the girls lone hand a fancy box of candy was also won by Miss Schaeffer Mr William Dunn won the mens first prize a beautiful picture also the lone hand prize a silver book mark Breaking The Ice A maiden both pretty and nice Took a quiet young man on the Ice So bashful were they Not a word did they say Till the maid that broke the Icel The points about a man that most attract a woman are his neckwear and his hands Here lies a girl named Mollie Sand Who breathed her dying breath She wore good clothes in her home town And they rubbered her to death Detroit Tribune It is easy for a woman to assume a faraway look and still notice the men around her She stood with a stone paperweight And soaked him three times on the peight It is Just striking three My dear hubby said she Did youknow It was so leightj Hontson Zl f F Miss Same LaGrange engaged I felland l i Springfield getting Boat Y t There were three interments in this Cemetery last week Capt Jno Doty is recovering from an attack of La Grip Miss Jennie Iliggins has accepted a position In the Peoples Bank at Paint LickRev Dodge of Lexington will con duct services at Fairview church the third Sunday in this month There will be communion services at the Presbyterian church next Sun day Preparitory services the day be Pure Sir and Mrs Gaines Henderson are rejoicing over the arrival of a dough ter It has been christened Mattie MayMr Will Crow Doty spent several days last week with the home folks He has accepted a position near Ash land Kentucky News reached here of the death of Mrs Eliza Sisk of Litchfield Ky She was reared in this community and was a sister to Mr John Henderson 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 MT HEBRON Mr Herbert Robert of Jessamine was here on business last week Snow sleet and zero weather to gether form quite a barrier for news and gossip Miss Edna Scott spent last week very pleasantly with Mrs Willie Grow near Stone Mrs L Montgomery after several weeks suffering of rheumatism is able to be out again Miss Bessie Merith returned to Bur gin last Friday after several days visit with relatives here Miss Mary Montgomery left Monday for Danville Ind where she will en ter school for five months Death with its cold hand has again made way into our midstand snatched from a home and church one whom we all loved and cherished Elcinda Grow departed this life Saturday morning Feb 4th 1905 She had been sick only a few weeks with con sumption and her death was not so soon by her friends She leaves a daughter mother brothers and a sister to mourn her loss but we know what is their loss is her gain She is now with the loved ones who have gone on before and is singing praise around the great white throne She was 54 years of age and had long been a member of Mt Hebron Baptist church May the loved ones be able to say The Lord gi veth and the Lord taketh away blessed be the name of the Lord The remains were bit Hebron Cemetery Sunday after appropriate services conducted by Bro G A Bruce The relatives have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire church and community making a specialty of all kind of field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets and seed fact 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 UAllKMBUKY Nettie Lee Kemper is ill Mr Geo Huffman is very sick Mr Robt Clark is confined to his room with grip Mr Bogie and wife have returned after a very pleasant visit to Alabama The little child of Mr J H Ward was buried last Monday in the Fork Church Cemetery- Mr Smith Urton was kicked by a mule leaving him a little lame For tunately the wound inflicted was not a serious one While making a call a few evenings ago Mr Joe Laggles horse became badly frightened doing considerable damage to the buggy and harness Mr Jim Dunn who lives near Mar mule by bein drowned It occured by the mule drinking from a hole cat in the ice when suddenly it slipped and fell in The struggles of the poor beast could be heard but res cue was impossible as it was flounder ing under a cover of ice 6 inches thick When the spirit of Mrs Fannie Sutton returned to the God who gave it we said truly a good woman has passed away After patient suffering for a number of years the end came last Sunday evening The home that was filled with sunshine by her pre sence is now displaced by grief and sorrow She was reared and lived in this community until several years a go when she moved to Preachersville where she resided until death claimed her We join in sympathy with the bereaved especially the two girls Allie and Fannie who have been with their mother in her long illness and have ministered so lovingly and tenderly to the wants of the sickroom Her re mains were brought from Preachers ville and after a short service by W D Marksbury she was quitey laid to rest in the Fork CemeteryWe making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass OrchardGrass Millets seed Oats in fact can supply you with any kind of seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us it a A B Marksbury Son r j- MANS expected interred- in We are Oatsin notice relatives- In celluS lost a conducted we I l S 1s Mr Charley Ross has gone to Mercer county to visit relatives and friends Mr Forest Ross was home from Be rea college last Saturday and Sunday Mr Sim Wheeler visited and Aunt Mr and Mrs Ed Owens at Teatersville last week Prof Q P Jackson of Berea is here teaching a Mr Jackson taught here a year ago and gave per fect satisfaction Mr Joe A Ross has returned from Louisville where he sold his crop of tobacco at better prices than he could get offered at home Charley Cotton has sold his farm on Paint Lick creek to Mr Smith of Madison county and bought Mr M F Bowlers farm near here Each of them hold possession the remainder of this year We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass OrchardGrass Millets and seed Gats in fact we can suyply you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us H A B Marksbury Son PIIEAUHEIISFILLB I J H Thompson continues poorly Born to the wife cf Mr Levy Bell a fine girl P E Parrish sold a fathog to Brown for 4cts Mrs W C Cummins is suffering of heart P Rogers bought a mare from Thos Stigall for C5 00 Thompson was visiting relatives here last week W II Brown bought a cow and calf from Josh Wilson for 3500 Misses McAlister are visiting Misses Fannie and Ella M Cress bought 20 hogs in Rockcastle County for 3J cts Mr Geo Lawson was here Saturday attending the Masonic Lodge Mr Will Bohannon and wife of Washington County are here visiting relatives Mr J F Green who has been sick for sometime continues In a critical conditionBro did not fill his appointment here Sunday on account of bad weather Wm Herneon of Indiana has moved here and will raise a tobacco crop on J F Holtzclaw farm Mr James Menifee and wife of are visiting their mother Mrs J F Pettus for a few days John Rigsby and wife went over to Crab Orchard Monday to be at the burial of Mrs Rigsbys father Mr Willis Bell of Louisville died last Sunday and was sent to Crab Orchard for burial He lived 30 years ago New Collector of Revenue President has appointed Sherman Cooper of Somerset to suc ceed Mr Denton as collector of Revenue for this district This will doubtless cause a scramble at the local pie counter Destroyed The Liquor Danville Advocate Sheriff played the game of Carrie yesterday morning in the back yard of the court house and when it was over about three dozen bottles and a dozen jugs of whiskey and dope boxes were smashed into smithereens The affair was witness ed by a number of court house officials and their friends The stuff compraised the oarroomonwheels which was captured Tuesday evening by Sheriff McDowell and Chief Police Wood from Less Gregory and George Hays One cullud gemen who claims to be a lover of this favorite snakE medicine started to witness the smash up but was obliged to turn away and as he did so express ed himself thus It a sin to waste that gud stuff dis sort of weather I aint got de heart to seen it done Bills Troubles Bill had a bill board Bill had a board bill The board bill bored Bill so that he sold the billboard to pay his board bill Now this seemed too bad for Bill You see Bill owed for the billboard he owned therefore he Lad no right to sell the billboard that he owned or had not have owned had he owed the board bill until he had paid for board bill his billboard would have soon paid his board bill Or again if he had owned the bill board he owed for he could have rais ed the money on it to pay the board bill he owned he owed But as he owed for the billboard he owned and owned that he owed time board bill we pass it on its up to Bill In Memorlam On Saturday morning Jan 28th William Todd was called away to a better world than this He died at the home of his mother Mrs C Gfl Tood in Lancaster He was 26 years old After five months illness he fell asleep in Jesus and went to rest He said that he was ready to go at any time He Joined the church Thanks giviig was baptized He was the third child in 26 months that has been called away from the fear mother who has been so faithful to watt on them He was theonly child with her She tenders many thanks to her friends who helped her in her trouble She and one brother are left to mourn his death They have great sympathy from the people The remains were buried at Paint Lick the following Sunday Ii rr2NINA hisUncle wri Ling school I I trouble- J Miss Carle Thompson- J Oklahoma hereabout Rosevelt Internal McDowell destroyed Is it S Nation several day aad z j We have some special values in and BULB SYRINGES HOT WATER BOTTLES CHEST PROTECTORS 1IArR BRUSHES TOOTHBRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBSES DRUG STORE I iL 1 7 1 r I FOUNTJU I I j Telephones and Temper Eighty thousand telephones are at work in London today and their for annoyance to the testy is subscribers are immense says The Worlds Work and Play We can imagine a man who dare not use the telephone for fear of losing his temper The telephone shares with other things the opprobrium that attaches to the imperfect There are few things in the daily life of the man that extracts the extreme praise of perfect Ills train is often late Ills American mail often fails Ilecannotdepend upon his eke tric light His most valued subordi nates are sometimes ill and no subordinate ought ever to be ill or unavailable And so on The is no exception It is mightily convenient when it is in form when it is stupid it is stupid to the last de gree of hopelessness In your you ignore all claims of gratitued the telephone has upon you fur previous services and you recover and put the two in the scale you find that the good behavior far more than balances the bad behavior of the The scale bumps down on the side of an indispensable aid to modern life Why do you stand in this one place asked the department store attache I am watching these people at the bargain counter getting their change 1 never before realized what frenzied Star He Tried to Get Even Guy Fawkes had tried to blow up the houses of parliament The janitor wouldnt give any heat he said in his defense Yet the English sacrificed the noble Y Sun Inappropriate I put your diamond studs in your shirt dear on earth are you thinking of Do you want to ruin me I have a meeting of my creditors this morning TitBits Transferred She removed her hat at the theater Though she was disinclined But though the hat was off her head It still was on her mind Judge AN UNWELCOME PRESENCE I fl I T finance meantWashington martyrN Ii WifeShall HusbandWhat r I possibilities business valued telephone disappointment telephone heavily I Young Jawson for example who as soon as you have found a quiet corner comes up with his stock funny stories Scraps Her Confession Wife during the married you only to spite Tom Brown glad to know it I was under the Impression it was be cause you had a grudge against me Chicago News A Definition Pa said little Johnny what is a snobA snob my son is a slob raised to the Nth power through the medium of money pleasantly replied his sage Not Yet that quarrel between you an Casey patched up yet SulH but Caseys face Is Cassells WHO FILLS YOUR This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Phvsicans Prescriptions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very best Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc f MitLicUy of spatI HusbandIm DadPuck MulliganIsnt vanSullivanNo OOCOOC I I I I I X I I FISH X Xl00 PRESCRIPTIONSI r ly it flint In the Throat One minute after taking One Minute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat gone It acts in time stomach for children A L Spofford postmas ter at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconcious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedi cured her I cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure too much for what has done in our family It always gives relief Sold by R E McRoberts Lancaster Ky im throatnott- he Harmlessgood Tickling The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is 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 Middleton Thebes says I was seiously alllicted with a fever sore that was very painful De Witts Witch Haze Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Ky lm See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf DeWitts Ill E LWoods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PRINT LICK CAPITA 16ooooo SURPLUS 400000 unECToits Commenced Business July I9OI- M COY FRY We solicit your patron R G it L ARNOLD and guarantee prompt JB WOODS BURROWS and careful attention FISH E i WOODS business entrusted to us Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkin and Sole Agents for Fence Dont Put it Off If your house needs it paint this Spring Delay Means More EX and Mora PAINT We are showing i One Hundred Colors and Shades p in house paint alone Dont make any arrangements until 1 you have seen what we cau do for you I Stormes Drug Store National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN B STORMES Vice Prett 2 S C DENNY Cashier 0 JF Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Eaml D Alex B Denny A C Eoblnson A Jnp E Stormes W H Kinoairfl II rr fi U il D GUY J to all C F t fit 1il II r IoWo raise- BIG CROPS American field I Mount Elkin 1iI J f r 8 1rn rn PEN JI IT j j Wfjj I493 0 0 2 a ij 2 2 0 r a L age w I 3 w E3 D fB D OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOpC 0000000000000011 a Theo0 0 0 0 6 0 1N 0 G 9 Cochran y- 000AO00OO 000OO0000 eooooo9aoorZ a 11 oLri r I j- F Business and Bargains Ward pays cash for eggs Bring your meat to Wards grocery 21 I See Erie Farra for bargains in books tf 4 cans of tomatoes for 25c at Wards2t Chicken feed for sale Banks Hudson Trade at Wards and get your mon eys worth 2t FOP Sale No 1 fresh milk cow J W Elmore Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J it Haselden tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp SOIlS 139tf Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 2 10 tf Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 Lime Portland and black diamond cemeuts at Stormes Drugstore Closing Out We have big bargains in every line tf Thompson the Jeweler Clover timothy and blue grass seed all twine grown 127tf Banks Hudson FOP Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney Clover timothy and blue grass seed all houiegrowu Banks Hudson tf Wanted good woman unincumber of Hotel housekeeping Gilcher Hotel Danville Ky Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler tf Will llcts for fat young tukeys delivered II B Northcott 113tf 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 un der the eye and inspection of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Use Frisbies Almond chapped lianas face or lips Itsa sure cure locts 120tf Frisbies Drug Store Corn Crush Bring in a load and get something class to feed Banks Hudson Locust Timber FOP Sale Having decided to cnt my 1 will cut fence posts telephone etc Sfe or address at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry Town Property FOP Rent I will rent my sixroom dwelling situated on Danville street and give possession at once 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 to otTer tf Bank of Bryantsville or Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be the best ever brought to Lancaster and the increase in demand for it proves its popularity We always have pl n ty on hand at low prices Call us up at Marksburys granary tf Jack 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 Merchantile Cos store Adolph and Arthur Joseph ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Dr B C Herring decd will present them properly proven to the undersigned for settle ment All persons indebted to said estate will please settle same as the business must be wound up tf Fisher Herring Admr If your hens are not laying now ensue to us for a box Dr llaafc Cen tury poultry food It will lay when every thing else Only 25cts Frisbies Drug Star 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 block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Best Paper FOP Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of any thing in the reading line fur ladles and 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 21tf As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers fillet oroposes to maintain it 916tf We have now bottled our extract of Vanilla This is by ourselves from the best Mexican VanillaBeans and is absolutely the bet purest you can use There is no on the market as good We that likes agood try one bottle We are sure will be pleased Price 20 cents T 1 Frisbies Drug Store f 3l V 2t 210 tr 210 Address washes a for m assured 2t 20t niak them fall 1 20 Notice every mad an e ract w nt everyone vanil to tha ou V 1Ot timber- spole 8 I t Two hundred busols blue grnss seed fur A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Lcavell 301 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pairThompson the Jeweler Great bargains in books Erie C Farra at Thompsons Jewelry store 1m I will pay cash for all old antiques in any condition bureaus sideboards mirrors waiters candlesticks dishes etc fti fact will buy anything Gene Focht at Frisbies drug store tf We cash checks drawn on any Bank you want to send money away we will attend to it for you If you want to open only a small account for time convenience of paying little bills by checks this institution is at your service tf Bank of Bryantsville I have bought the stock of books from J C and to close out immediately will sell them for less cost for spot cash Some line books and a line chance to get the very best at unusually low prices 1m Erie C Farra at The Bastin Telephone Company will receive bids for furnishing Locust or Cedar telephone poles in lots of 25 to 200 on Lancaster Lexington pike between Clayton Arnolds and Bry antsville For specifications call at the ollice of Bastin Telephone at Lancaster Watches Clucks Jewelry Cut glass Knives and Forks Silvei ware of every kind and fancy goods all go at cost and many goods for less than cost Dont delay for this stock must b closed out in next tiny days Come a1 once for bargains Thompson the Jeweler Come in and pay your account or note before Feb 20th If not paid by that time will have to put same in hands of an attorney for collection Pay now and save cost as we will move soon and must settle up before we go Remember pay now and save cost Thomoson time Jeweler tf There are number of people who have an erroneous impression They think that they never control enough money to tart a bank account In this they are mistaken We solicit small accounts as large 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 We believe we are well enough acquainted with you and that you arc 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 tf Bank of Bryantsvill We are not seeking a great hulk of business hut instead prefer the of careful thinking people who desire to do business with nn institution ever ready and glad to provide all accommodations which safe banking will preniit tf Bank of Bryantsville New Firm The undersigned will act as agents for several of the best merchant tail oring season Expert cutters from fashion circles will take measurements and satisfac tion is guaianteed in prices quality and fit Call atopening displays which will be announced later tf Jacob Joseph M I Hughes Mrs John Lear will open a stock of millinery in Miss Ada Dickersons old stand in a few days As all her other goods were burnci in lie recent the her stock will be now tn oughout and she will have an ishment second to none in Genual Ken tucky tf PROMINENT NEGRO TRAIT Their Love of Muslc Is Manifested In All of Tlieir Daily Ao cations Marvel as you will at the negros penchant for music it stands out as the most pronounced trait of the race said Representative Williams of Mis sisslppi to a Washington Star man They love harmony of sound It is innate with them They excel in mu sic although it is not developed in its higher phases because they draw from the most ordinary surroundings A negro woodchopper a roustabout a milsplitter will inject time idea of music the harmony of sounds into his work Show me a bookkeeper or bank cashier who ever juggles figures in a manner to make them suggest music and Ill show you a model of Gabriels horn The conclusion is forced that the cold intensely practical affairs of the uptodate business man exclude all sentimental feelings The banker goes to the opera when he desires music The broker hears only the monoton ous ticking of the telegraph Instru ment The bank clerk is abjured to work silently If he whistles or sings In the countingroom he is corrected if not dismissed Note the difference The negro splitting rails In the woods mingles his voice in a wellblended manner with the noise made by the maul The swing of his voice matches time swing of the maul and falls with greatest force just when the wedge Is struck The steamboat rouster hauls in a line with a sort of rhythm that suggests music chanting the while So it is with these fellows Watch them tamping the asphalt with heavy Irons Observe the precision of their movements Catch the sounds as the heavy weights fall If the ear is properly attuned you will hear the music of the sound and also tile rhythm of the movements Out of simple manual labor those negroes get as much music as an ordinary drum corps would produce A few days ago I had my shoes polished in Natchez I was surprised to catch the strains of Therell Be a Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight from the swish of the cloth the negro was using and I discovered that he could faintly produce several other simple airs In a barber shop a negro boy used a whisk broom on my clothes and the first thing I knew he was fairly sweep ing music off my shoulders Watch for such demonstrations if you do not be lieve the correctness of the instances I have given You will soon be Tq3 r Company 210 tf wellIS belie confidence tt thos this c t tie f han Andre institution houses during the Coining convinced l Obsarvatlons In Brief All money the misers Rjoevult has been hit by a stone and from Missouri at that Even time statue of a foreign ruler is not immune from assassination The Brodie L Duke affair in Xew York might be termed a Dukes mix tureA dramatic critic has been excluded from a New York theatre But such is Life The farmc is time only man who re alizes anything from running things in the ground The devil is a conjurer who adroitly and dexterously deceives his audience Some people may go to hell thro ig norance but it is safe to say they will be too green to burn Time horse represented asnotafraid of the cars it will be found is only afraid of the locomotive Ex pire Your Stomach a Itest 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 recuper ate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digetlve disorders L A Sper of Little Rock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the commendation that can be given itas it saved the life of our little girl when she was 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 R E McRoberts Lancaster Ky lm 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 Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 100 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets on special days Write at pnce for infor mation and maps to IUA F Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Cincinnati O 210 To some women affection means nothing more than selfinterest or gratification of vanity Dltterved popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and cLing as a tonic to the liver take Early Risers These Famous LittlePills are mild harm less but effective and sure Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Ky lm talksexcept magiciana It BId t1P pleasant and r Semi WEOEL Li Tears M fears Go together with many women who are approaching the first experience of ma ternity husband finds it hard to understand the changing moods of his wife Indeed she cannot under stand herself She only knows that she is nervous restless and anxious A great change has come over her which she cannot understand or explain Women do not always reflect that at this crisis they are living for two of one that they need health for two and strength for two The need for increased health and strength by the prospective mother is perfectly met and satisfied Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription It tranquilizes the nerves promotes the appetite and gives refresh ing sleep It makes the babys ad vent practically painless and gives the mother strength to give her child I have before written you of the both and family have received from your most excellent says Mrs P S Peterson of Welcome I have since tested its wonderful powers in the case of the coming of fifth two bottles of Favorite Prescription and two of Golden Medical the first two months and three of Favorite Prescription the last two months It saved me so terrible suffer big that I consider it a heavenly blessing Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver s perhaps n benefit Vis n I instead 1 To Prevent Freezing During time winter season when hinging out clothes Is so dillicult try putting a handful of salt in the last rinsing water and time clothes will not freeze or stiffen until titter they are hung on time line indeed it is possible even to change time position of a lineful of clothes if necessary before they freeze and best of all if hung out in the sun they will have commenced to dry before the freezing begins tub saves the wear and tear for nothing is so hard upon linen as this freezing and flapping in the wind they are also easier to remove from the line have a pair of white gloves for hang ing out clothes the white wool sort that are worn So much now and these with the salt water rinsing will rob hanging out clothes in winter of its terrors says Mary TaylorRoss in the January Housekeeper Cominisioners sale of Personal Properly Garrard Quarterly Court Burnam Baker Piff vs William Kavanaugh Dft By virtue of judgment of the Gar rard Quarterly Court rendered at Its Term 1901 in the above styled case the undersigned as Special Commissioner in said case will on FEBRUARY 27th 1905 publicly in front of time Court House dour iu the City of Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described personal property towit One black mare about fifteen hands high about six years old and named Daisy and one bay horse named Char icy about ten yeers old and about fif teen hands high which property be ing that of defendant and against which a lien was adjudged in the above styled action in favor of the above named to secure the payment of the following The amount to be raised from the sale of this property is the sum of fifty three dollars and seventy cents S53 70 with six per cent interest there on from the 9th day of November 1904 until day of stile making a total of 85408 together with 89 05 costs of this action to date of sale making a total amount to be realized including debt interest and cost of the sum of 14373 The sale will first be made of one horse and in the event said one horse brings the total indebtedness then time other will not be sold but if the said one horse falls to bring the said indebtedness then both horses will ba sold TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of three months purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with good and sufficient security for said purchase cent interest from day ot smile until paid having the force and effect of a turity and a will also be retained upon said property sold for the of the purchase money Pos session of said property will be given the purchaser upon day of sale after his compliance with the above terms This February GMi 1005 J M ROTH WELL Special Comr Gairard Court Herndon Swinebroad Atty for Plff ovel11ber tl e Plaintiff indebtedness undersignedSpecial executionmayIssue lien payment S Premiums are Paid To Capital Brains or Muscle In The Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklaho ma Texas and New Mexico whole sections underlaid with valuable minerals these are exam pIes of the Southwests Open Door to Success Write for illus literature or better still Go and See For Yourself An ounce of peronal investigation is worth a pound of 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ing extra help at home to all residents of Garrard Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the office at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Extracted 25c and White Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and White 75c Gold Fillings Gold Crowns 4 large o The best set of teeth that can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Dentist RicbmondKy TELEPHONE Xo 4 The Markets LOUISVILLE KY PER 8 4 P si CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 25 4 75 Medium to good shipping steers 4 4 25 Choice butcher steers 7r 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 2j 3 75 Common to medium butchers 2 50 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 23 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 25 2 50 Good to extra stock steers 2 75 3 50 Common to medium stock steers 2 CO 2 75 Good to choice stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Common to medium stock heifers 1 5C 2 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 50 Medium to 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