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THE LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 1905 CENTRAL RECORDPUTEESTl1 YEAR xuDllrEn4 tIa i t J GOODS St Louis if Jif t 1 t- ii I II It II c i f From iJ I I WorldS Fair I I 4Y w S ANT IART- y t 4 k f Sold when new for 5 foot iron enamel tubs complete II tt 3 Improved low 3 down Toilet P en ameled wash bowl with brack ets faucetstraps Y1 Extra large I 1 Z I 6 I I19 i f 801 s Our prices less Blue Grass Nursesies MJtlNO 1JIW Trees Uy the MlLtlONri Finl and Shade Small Fruits Grape Vuus Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything ordinarily kept at such sin establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry Catalogues on application to II F Hilleninever Sons LEXIXUTON KKNtUCKY USE Vl ARKS CINCINNATI i Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman E C BOPdS DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt Httfiitlnn to lmsin ss Its as Easy off a Log to furnish your house if you buy from us on the in sallment plan W DONT CROWD YOU but make terms you can easily meet EVERYTHING In FURFITURE AT IfOW PRICES Successors toJA Beazley Co Win llerpdon U Swtncbroad erndon S inebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Ofllce over Stormes drug store Derttist a Office over yhompona store Danville at 1t I m I- lOneHalfI I 11 IJ R I ilA S EL n tl N I- W leastWear R ILaw rva I I t I I Harnilton Uunla r L I e o t C t 1a s5ssaTra ztisssa fix aaazsxsr sisn oa ssss rsmsr car- L ASa t I tt t r S t i aoswOI- CHRISFARIS f e Local Notes Rowland is to vote on local option Stock has suffered greatly during the severe weather Several head froze to death Bro Tinder who has been suffering rom a deep cold has we are delighted to say about recovered Local option continues to spread over the state Pineville up in the mountains is the latest to fall in line the majority vote being 238 to 58 The morning train was delayed Wednesday y several cars jumping the track near Point Leavell The uasengers were brought to Rowland in a box car If you are a friend of The Record we can order any dally paper or magazine for you and save you the usual agent s commission Unless you are one of our customers please duet have I lie face to ask us to send in your name Jack Slormes who is enjoying the sunshine and iishing in Florida had the cheek to send us a large poster announcing a circus to show there Saturday li Cutnes a little awkward to read a circus poster around the stove here in Kentucky Notice to Confederate Veterans A meeting of Camp M D Logan No 1330 U J V will be held at the circuit clerks office in Lancaster county court day the 27th at two oclock p m The election of officers and other important matters will be attended to and avery member is urg ed pre ent t Joe II Arnold Comdr Special Meeting for Children Special arrangements have been made for Col Charles Holt to lecture to the children at the Christian church tomorrow Friday afternoon at 230 oclock It is desired that all children attend this lecture as it is specially for them They are wanted at all the services but this will be of unusual interest to them No Water For Record Office Sum idea of the cold weather can he had from the statement that the local pipe from water main to The Record office frozen next to the main on side of street next to Stormes It cost The Record about wenty live dollars to have the pipes put in the building and the loss of its use worked a great hardship The old saw You never miss the water til the well runs dry will bob up once in a while The Right Kind of Farmer ThT is a fanner over in Missouri who is a mighty staunch friend of tIle local paper At a recent farmers he read a paper in the course of which he took occasion to remark As a rule the farmer knows no firm er friend than the country press The nome piper is distinctly the farmers own paper supported directly or indi rectly by the farmers who compose the backbone of the printerss list and largely for what the enterprising merchant advertises Now brothers let us not forget our friends Let us see that our subscriptions are paid be fore the first of January and a year in advance if we can afford it The the paper that hauls my battles shall have my support Another the merchants who advertise Ire the ones who make it possible for us to get a good local paper and the men or tirms who are too penurious advertise and help support the local press have no right to the farmers patronage i I Institute 1 manor I while shivering tube drugstore Fine Show at Danville Manager E Lillard of the Dan ville opera house has booked the greatest domestic comedy of the age The Missouri Girl for matinee and evening performance Saturday the 18th Troupe which has been play ing the larger cities happened to have an open date and Major Lillard was lucky enough to secure them Telephone him and have seats reserv ed as this is the only highclass company coming nearer than Lexing ton this season Good for Lancaster Man A Washington special to the Louis ville Times says One of the highest salaried officers under the Panama Canal Commission has been given to Robert It West a Democrat of Gar rard county Ky He has been auditor of the Canal Commission at a salary of 84000 a year and will leave shortly for Panama to begin the discharge of his duties Mr West came here from Kentucky in February 1884 served as a law clerk in the Treas ury and then auditor for the Printing Ollice on the recom mendatlon of Auditor Person who wrote to President Roosevelt saving Mr West can discharge the duties of any olllce he will accept In casting about for a man to become auditor of the Canal Commission Mr Roosevelt and the Canal Commissioners selected Mr West appointed his son W J West to a 1500 a year place and the young man will accompany his father to Panama The younger West is also a good Democrat of the Kentucky stripe The Weather Another cold wave swipt over Ken tucky Monday afternoon and Monday night was about the coldest of the win ter This is not satisfactory to but the coal man The stock of patience of a patient people is now wellnigh exhausted For nearly six weeks the weather has not smiled for more than two consecu Live hours and when the suns face could be seen it was through med eyes as there was a biting wind from frigid zones cutting about and making the sun appear billions of miles away and going farther Not only has Old Boreas been con stantly present but his mood has been bad An hours sunshine was followed by a flurry of sleet or snow When rain came it was ice before i had time to get into the gutter and coated the earths surface with slippery ice that has caused no end of discomfort A few hours of high temperature was follwed by a sudden drop of the mercury the highs and lows fluctuating with such frequency that one was soon chucked full of influenzi pleurisy and other maladies attributed to an uncertain climate Since January 10 the weather condi thins have been worse than is usual in this climate The mercury has ranged from zero to 35 degrees above and has done the ranging in spasms and fits Several cold waves have been experi need and they came on the heels of each other a few rains have fallen not to melt snow and ice but to make more ice snows have fallen as rapidly as they were melted and altogether this section has been given asami le of weather that would put to shame an Alaskan winter New Doctors Dr J A Amon who has decided to move from McPreary and locate in Lancaster has rented JC Thompsons residence Dr McNeiss of Harrison county has rented the Dr Grant of fice and will locate here There was never more sickness than at present The doctors are very busy W J appointed Government lIe has anyone tile tear dim 9 Not Six In the County The County Superintendent in a neighboring county asked all of the teachers at the Institute who took their local or county paper to hold up hell hands and only six responded He expressed great surprise and said You dont spend a couple of dollars with those papers yet you expect them to print free of charge notices of all institutes insert long programs expect them to advertise you thus as curing you better positions and salaries without paying a cent in Interesting Lectures Col Charles Holt of Chicago has been doing much good for the cause of temperance by his splendid lecture in this city this week As stated in last issue of The Record Col Holt comes under the auspices of the W C T U Large crowds have heard him and many compliments have been passed upon his eloquent and logical talks against the liquor traffic He will lee ture each day this week at 230 and 730 pin in the Christain church and a grand rally will be held at the Court House Sunday evening at 730 The public is cordially invited to attend these meetings All the churches will abandon their usual service Sunday night and unite in the meeting at the Court House Consistency- In this issue we print the ordinance requiring outside clothing men to pay a license of fifty dollars Last week a fellow who would not come here to sit up with the sick pay one cent toward keeping up the streets write one line about a splayfooted daughters marriage or party hire printers to set up some long winded lie of an obituary fail to refer to the goodey goody church members he has seen winking at certain women et cetera came to the good city of Lan caster and took orders for printing which had they been given to the home ollice would have enabled us to pay a years rent our taxes water and light rent Consistency may be fl jewel but it takes Uncles testing acid to prove the genuine article We want no law to keep out other print ers but we do want the other fellow to be given the job of writing the puffs Not so Easy People think it easy to run a An exchange says that one weeks experience would change the opinion of most people on this subject Did vou ever count the words in a of ordinary newspaper print There are about two thousand words in a column Suppose you sit down and write a thousand words on some subject and then another thousand en another until you have written eight or ten thousand Try it right easy Keep that gait up for a month a year and see if it is easy Then chase a local all over town and after you have gotten the facts all right condense them into a few lines an hours work that can be read in a few seconds Do this for a items that seem insignificant after they are printed but which vou know are im portant then have the items criticised and inaccuracies pointed out to y u when it is too late to correct them Oh yes It is easy to run a newspaper Kentucky Wesleyan College at Win chester was destroyed by fire with all its contents The loss is 75000 with insurance of 20000 It was school of the Methodists of Kentucky and West Virginia The building was erected in 1891 Business has been at a standstill all this month Matters will brighten up when the thaw comes I I I I returnEx to is down the official newspaper column and sealf it DISCUSSION BY PROMINENT LANCASTER CITIZENS FERGUSON Ive fished In the streams of Florida in the lakes and otter places but 1 would not give one days fishing in old Dix river for all the test ANDERSON Yes byjacks Bill youre you know MAJOR BURNSIDE Well Jve fished in South America In Mexico and old countries during mv travels but could always get a good bite qiicker and bigger n b easier Qttt here at Joe great rioted I manyotthe 1 ti j f many right New catch ATnoida pond than any place ever yqet a line ENTERED INTO LIFE The gentle spirit of our beloved sis ter Catharine Waits passed from this earth and entered into the New Life just one week ago The Aid Society jj of which she was a most helpful mem ber will greatly miss her sympathy and encouragement A stronger Chris lain character a more generous and loyal member we have never lost She will be missed by the Society but the intluence of her strong wholcsomecon sistent personality will remain inspir ing others to noble and courageous Truly she was one of Gods he roines of faith and she leaves us with the heritage of a well spent life To the family for whom she was a minis tering spirit so long the Ladies Aid Society extends Christian sympathy j and love Mrs Victor Lear Prest Mrs Robt Elkin YPres Mrs McRoberts Secty PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY I fear parents do not study carefully jg their duty to God and their children They should seek a true idea of the home as it lies in the mind of God as jf revealed in His word They should faithfully pcfrorm their duty as unto the Lord They should ever keep in mind the trust committed to them j and the solemn obligations that rest is upon them They are prone to becme absorbed in other things and neglect s their children The father ingrossed In business turns over the children to his wife the mother busies herself with the literary circle and too often j xvih the afternoon card club and the claims of the little ones are ignored For a like reason the Sabbath School is expected to take the place of Bible ttaining in the family They forget the fact that they are training their hildren for Eternity It is almost in variably true that the character devel oiled in childhood determines the fof the adult It has grown into i proverb that the boy is the father to the man The greatest earthly re sponsibility is the responsibility of the oarent for his child The Governor in his chair the President in his ollice the King upon his throne does not oc cupy so important a place as the pa rent toward the child In the home E children learn reverence toward Gct HId obcdiance to authority If thest fwo lessons are not taught and enforc ul in the homes we may expect that the school the church and the state j will all suffer on account of parents neglecting their duties to their chil Jren Selected I Dont Sleep With Cold Feet I Go to R II Batsons and get a paper blanket which equals two comforts und only costs 2Jcts They arc a won der and are going rapidly tf tJ9 I rirJ AI m d living T character r 4 Get in the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co OUR weeping Out Sale now on All Heavy Goods Must Go we are cutting prices right and left to make room for Spring Goods If you want good reliable come to us We have 0 Mb We rely upon honesty and merit Call and see us We appreciate your patronage TIIE fI I I I is roods 1 Sal IN Cat hP IlIlY No Stock m I Josoph ierciitiIcd CO Jfjjt a Ia ooooaooooo4000400o aooooooooaoa oopooooooeoopoaooooo0000000 ooooeooo sand a- f a Sc1iemei1 Old I ijI Ii 11 1 1S GI Ii AND Ii 19051 I l III III I The range or we j Ishown and that says a great deal II The Garments we make for you are differ exit titan you get in the average tailor shop I We shape them differently snake them Ibet- ter and in fact we work individuality into the Garments M FIe II I- IL Summer a widest Styles have ever Ii i t until Everything Must Fit and Please You Thats Our Guarantee THE GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY Cincinnati experienced Cutter from the above concern will assist at our Opening Sale on February Terms Strictly Cash 11II III Ii IAn II 24 251 CI I T LOG Nit I n II Jt TI- I f tH t Chattanooga Turning and Hill side Plows all Steel Beams PERFECT IN CONSTRUCTION Strongly Built Good Turners Try Them They will not disappoint yon Single Trees Double Trees Names Tra ces Collars Pads Bri dies Back Bands and any thing you want for Spring Work Clover Timothy and Orchard Grass Seed The best that can be found in the market SEED SOWERS ETC You go to a WJiy Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER In REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bro r M H H M H H M H M M M LEWIS Y LEAVKLL HHHtHHtt J S ROBINSOK Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS fiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson- J J Walker T M Arnold To Thf Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and atil of Qrtn Kentucky I I v i at ij aw Mfr 1 I I l I I I i i Haselnen m n Mvn w n pi JI r BAKER for BRfAD for BUGGIES t t t t t t t t t President I i Attentiontf Uti I t t d W Th l1 r antsvilI t I o r r a Collar t Rin 11111111fl11111IiiIIIiIPiI11111P11111i1iP1111iP1IP11fliPF1 11111P11111111- I Not-e r dlldUII1JI1d11d11111111Uldlldlldll dllllllll JIId11dI1d111lIdlId11111dItJlld 1 4IIaE quipped Ijanl vl- J F e T Iii CENTRAL RECORD Jssitted Weekly Year LOUIS er in xincirilfr Ky n Iaa JfaU 3Mttr Imc iier Ky February 1905 Are people generally honest Are you yourself honest in all things small as well as Would you call the attention of the railroad conduct or to the fact that he Had overlooked you In collecting tares Do you tell the assessor everything you owe and set it down at what you really think It is worth Would you hunt very hard for the owner bill if you to find one Would you call the grocer up and tell him he had made a mistake in your favor in oak ing out his bill Rather leading ques Lions these brought to mind by of conversions of the Sundayonly Christians in the big revival being held over the country The average head of a corporation furnishing a public utility and dealing with large numbers of people Is a bit cynical a bout human nature and will tell you that the average man or woman stands ever ready to heat the compa ny In a small way Yet there can be no doubt that most people intend to be honest and are honest in all the larger essentials But it must be ad milted that the temptation to get the better of the railroad company the telephone Company the water company and all other corporations enjoying public franchises and deal log in common public utilities is very strong within all A Kentucky man under a recent date writes to the editor of a few York paper as follows This morning while it was still raining hard there appeared In my hack yard a tick of about forty robins looking sleek and in good health Where do you sup poe they come from and what does their appearance mean anyhow The appearance of robins during such weather as this means that the man wiio sees them had better change brands or resort to heroic treatment A Philadelphia preacher has raised the question of whether a sincere Christian may be an active VIe reverend pulpit pounder will produce a sincere Christian who at all in politics he will show up the eighth wonder of the world There are 233 persons employed in the kitchen of the Czar of Russia Ad we wouldnt give one dinner cooked by an oldfashioned black Kentucky iMammy for all the fool stuff those 253 people could cook up in six weeks Mme SchumannIIelnk the noted singer has fallen in love with nati and will make that city her home No wonder You can look at that name and tell she loves beer and swcitzer cheese the two necessaries to make a good Cincinnatian We cannot think of a meaner trick than that of ones friends who are sitting in their shirtsleeves on the porches of Soutliern resorts sending him a picture of that luxury during these freezing times The present cold spell will be ed by the predictions that the of winter is broken says an ex change Be not deceived short of an electrocution will put out of business The gallows is playing an important role in Kentucky just now If the juries and officials will not weary in well doing it will be well for the old Commonwealth Let the good work proceed An up East Yankee has devised a swinging bunk which he claims will do away with sea sickness The day is not distant when a fellow can cross the pond without giving up so much Prominent ministers are predicting that religious revival will soon sweep over the country Yes and it will find the majority of the peopleiu their religious storm cellars You may talk about the wireless telegraphy the horseless carriage and so forth and so on but the fortune of fortune awaits the inventor of a next mornlngless jag A Cincinnati man committed Urn other day with a pair of scis sors Editor Jim Allen of the Democrat speaks of his life bring cut off It took the Kentucky Legislature twenty nine days at a cost of only 1200 per day to pick out the only site in Frankfort level enough to hold the new Capitol It is said that Anna Held the noted actress is very fond of eggs As Anna won 60000 gambling on Wall street recently she is able to feed On lien fruit at its present price There is a surplus of 10000000 in the Pennsylvania state treasury which goes to prove that the official up there are not on to their job Who isnt glad that Febuary is the shortest month A still further bob log off would not be objectionable A Brief Tale Toy pistol boy Fnn in prospect Gobs Pulls the trigger Floral token t to Rest n n w foo per LANDRAM Rnlcred n the Peat 17 great or a 1000 wens read- Ing it dabbles backbone winter suI- cide Cvr U lana c With 0 2 I fi Cincl folio nothl and aseat Gone I k f r n e Out in theCounty N N A Budget ol News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters Mrs Jessie Traylor is improving Frank lligsby has pneum jnial fever Rev M C Hutchins has grip J II Thomsson is able to be out againRev R F Jordan can walk some on crippled foot Mr J F Pettus has four cases of grip in his family J L Ilutchins and wife were their brother Sunday Atr and Mrs J M Cress were II C Cummins arid family Sunday Mr Jno Pettus and wife of Spring field and James Pettus of Stanford were visiting here last week John Rigsby and Lewis Bell went to Louisville last week to see after the estate of Willis Hell deceased Misses llallie Brown Annie and Dyehouse were here in a sleigh last weep drawn by two large mules Mr Walter Garner a brother of Mrs Dave Thompson died at his home on Cedar creek last week lie had been married only a month Mrs Anderson mother of Mr Levy Anderson died at the home of her daughter nits Griffin last week and was burled at Ephlsus Ira Holtzclaw and Phil Thompson while crossing Dix River last week had a narrow escape from drawing though they escaped unhurt 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 Sc Son 3IT IIEKHON Mr Duck Lawson of Missouri is the guest of his son Mr E D Lawson MissValona Duncan gave a social Friday evening Quite a number were present Ilattie Lou the little daughter of J M Yanderpool is quite sick with bronchitis Mr J M Yanderpool bought a pair of work mules from Mr Jell Dunn price 200 00 Mr Armster Brunner spent night and Sunday with his parents at lock No 8 Mr Porter Dunn of Lexington spent a part of last week with his sister Mrs Dennice Scott Mrs Frack Gammons of Faulkner spent the latter part of last week with her mother Mrs G A Bruce Mrs Dillard Brnmfleld and little daughter Ethyl of Pink are the guests of her mother Mrs Alex Dean The church meeting at this place wilt convene at the usual hour of 10 a in as announced We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting Son BOURNE j jj TUrner bought a young mule of Jeff Dunn for Mr John E Sherrow bought a nice mare of Geo Ruble price J P Ham visited his brother Mr Salter Ham of Jessamine last week Mr Noah Marsee visited his uncle Mr Jonah Marsee at Misses Value Duncan and Mollle Crawford visited Loa K Duncan last week Messrs Thomas Dean and Grant Marsee were visitors of J II Turner SundayMiss Ledger of Marksbury is the pleasant guest of Ro vesta Lee Turner Mr Ulysses Raines is spending sev eral days with Mr Jonah Marsee and family near Lancaster Mr Harrison Duncan and Miss Mary Sherrow drove to Danville Thursday and were quietly married Mr John Turner and wife of Marks bury visited his brother Mr Joseph Turner Saturday and Sunday Ray returned home Thurs after several weeks visit to his sister Mrs Leonard Nave of Flat woods 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 Grave Trouble Foraeen It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless vou take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs Jno A Young of Clay N Y did She says 1 had neu ralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just I needed for they quickly re and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guaran tee by R E McEoberts druggist at 50c bottle lm PltEAUU BitSVIIJIJ W his visit- Ing visit- Ing 1lhon notice l Saturday instead ou 100 50 1Iarkl bury Sunday Luther 1 J F usg S C what eyed c f f LA I Mrs Dr Farris visited at W H Furrs Friday Whooping cough patients are con vakscent Nearly all the farmers are done strip pint tobacco Rev Smith of Jelllco preached at Goodhope Sunday Rev A C Baird has gone to the noun tains to hold a revival meeting Mr Wm Manning and bride werevis Hhig at Mrs Icy Lawsons for several Jays last week Mr Jim Coldiron who has been suf fering greatly from a carbuncle on his neck is reported much better Miss Myrtle Comney has returned from an extended visit to relatives friends in Stanford and Lancaster The colored folks were enlivened by two weddings Wednesday night Win Yake and Liza Denny Din lanes and Ann Royston were the contracting parties We are making a specialty of kind held seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass OrchardGrass and Oats In fact we can supply you with any kind of seed on short notice Dont forget when wanting seeds Phone or write us If Marksbury Son A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell of New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to be ware of such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 55 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for It on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedies as all others are mere Imitations II E Buckler Co Chicago 111 and Wind sor Canada 1m John W Gates made the prediction in Chicago Tuesday that there would be a big advance in wheat within the next sixty days Some of t he Chicago brokers say the price will go to 1 50 a bushel Gov Beckham has signed the bill for the purchase of the II tint property for the site for the new Capitol The additional block desired bysomemem bers of the General Assembly will not be purchased Agoiilzluc Iluriift are instantlv relieved raid perfectly healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve C Rivenbark Jr of Norfolk fa writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Buckltns Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m ANNUAL REPORT CITY OF LANCASTER For year ending Dec 31 1904 Cash on hand Jan 1st 397418 For Fines and forfeitures 205 80 For Licensed collected by clerk 255 JO Rent of work house For Tuxes including corporations 6570 11 Money borrowed 700 00 Money borrowed 400 00 DISBURSEMENTS Paid and Council Attorney Salary A Clerk Mnrhal Jailer Printing and Insurance Lights Clock Snpvisor Judgments and Costs Police Judge Streets W W Engineer Stubln Paid interest and stoking fund Transferred to V Paid water works accounts Paid for fire hose Paid National Hank Amt Paid W V Contractors over and above bond issue ASSETS Watt r works plant complete in eluding amount for contractors fencing earl engineers c J29000 00 Amount in sinking fund for redemption SW 00 Unpaid taxes U73 67 City real estate other thou wat er works 00 Fire Department LIABILITIES Water works bonds 21OfO 00 Money borrowed from bunk 400 00 Unpaid claims 57167 Assets above Liabilities 992S 00 W B MASON Clerk Report of Superintendent of Water Works For Year Ending Dec 311904 Amount recd from general fund 1C89 61 Amount recd from water cousum ers Including plumbers license 102ft r Total received 7 211028 DISBURSEMENTS Paid superintendent f 51000 Paid 749 50 Paid for coal and oil 197 W Paid for hose wagon and nozzeU 170 00 Paid for freight and hauling 491 97 07PaidPaid for miscellaneous accounts 81 03 Total paid out 2380 52 J A BEAZLEY Supt all seed nAB Frond Imitations Dr lCiitWs or THE mi ts n Bx n itur s OF TIlE RECEIPTS c 1 50 00 Total recd 14156 2 00 Coma IH 87 1115 j7g iiZ For 211 ISO lIjS 17 105 00 J25I6 Treasurer J3t 611 i 3 gg W 68 u7W CU 728 33 Il79 9G final I 2 278 18100 lUIU1 67 J 2197J 67 RECEIPTS I anal and its Exposed f 209 53 Sllscellaneoaa 115 0 U 3 0 ISn 2000 tout 1059 fin 192719 4 s r L L SEEDS t CLOVER TIMOTHY I BLUE GRASS fi MILLET and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding VVVp I am the niqrket for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stanfd Try my Cow Feed its better than class of Feed you may need in HempEtc andcheap ship tuff CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson i UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER i- A Why Purchase Others When You ft Y Can Get An Underwood I iI J 1 3 f P O OC e Ce t t r e- f All of the work is vis ible It is easy to oper ate rapid aiid 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 Main Streets J i I The IJ X Louisville Ky First Grand Prize St Ljuis Worlds Fair If you need or any Ledger s Blank Books remember we have full line of them McRoberts Drugstore id 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 and everything kept in a first class General Store PETTUS BROSBryantsville Kentucky 6 st OOOC Ce r t J r ij II A G orr Bn ill fur II I Ii I Irl L aNew Sale C 11r iWl Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all H kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands m Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness 0 Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points2nS Wire Fence Old Hickoiy Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster I ROMANS ELMORE 0 ill B r 0 I Z J l y g l r D o Q r0i 1 f Undertaker JA0Beaz1ey Arterial and Cavity Knibnliniiig Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Diinvilta- stre i jug ahoy Presbyterian- chiirrh Pliiiiflll Kinnaird Kfipiwiiiui Following Aetna QlUMMlCalatiiit National Hart lord IJmtian Ainorlcnii LMuMiix of iJrooklyn Nmv York 1iidwrwrltprs iiveriio I London lob orth ilritish Hurcliantil j Accounts are i now due 1 arid I 1- I must 1 have the 1- i money 4- f Please call andT settle at once 1 That SmoothFinish Su touch desired by men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky R NUE1iN6 flu ntH hantk LIte Ins Co g Hartford emu I f i My I r f I I I Sail i e 0 I Till e t p G 0 I rI II Colo axle I Oil netteul naukea S r i IIila l i I t r all i Gossip About People N N s e A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Mrs R II Batson is in Brodhead vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs Milton Little Porter Scott Hudson who has been quite sick is reported som bet terMr William Hyatt of Winchester is visiting his mother Mrs Rebecca West Little James Acton Smith is much better at this time the infant If Mr and Mrs James L Smith Miss Margaret Tomlinson returned Tuesday front several weeks visit to relatives in Lexington Mr John F Lear whose illness was noted in recent copy of the Central Record continues very ill Miss Marv Land rain Burnside has returned from a protracted visit to her cousin Miss Gena Dunlap of Lex ington Misses Bessie Mat ksbury have returned from a very pleasant visit to their sister Mrs A II Rice of LouisvilleMrs Wall and iittle daughter have returned from Somerset where they have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R A Stone Mr E W Norris was here this week taking orders for his firm the Kellogg Grocery Co Richmond Ed has omit up a business for his firm as his courteous manners and honest deal ings makes friends of all with whom he comes in contact Mr Johnnie Eanes from Hamilton Ohio visited his cousins Mr and Mrs James L Smith and family also his mother and little brother Jessie the first part of last week They left Wednesday on the early train for Hamilton Ohio their future home Mr Paris Mahan of Williamsbnrg was here Saturday and Sunday on a visit to relatives and friends Mr Ma han is engaged in general in that city and is meeting with much success lIe is an honest up right Christian boy and deservess all success Kicholasville cor Courier Journal Misses Ethyl West and Bessie Gulley of Lancaster are visiting Misses Em ma and Lyda West Wednesday night the guests were entertained by the Misses West Thursday night by Miss Dora Murphy and Friday night by Mrs M D Walker Senator George T Farris returned Friday from Fnnkfort where he has jeen helping to select a site for the new Capitol Senator Farris by his wise course and gentlemanly bearing has woo a reputation over the entire state Georges head is level on any proposition you may spring and he tells you is just that way or at least he firmly believes it is that wayMr and Mrs R L Jennings came down from Paint Lick this week and will be with Mrs Jennings parent Mr and Mrs J C Thompson until both families leave for California which will be early in the Spring Mr Jennings who has closed out his busi ness at Paint Lick sold his personal property in that city Saturdaygetting good prices Mr Jennings has been in business at Paint Lick for several years and had built up a splendid trade which only bad health forced him to give up He is not only a good nut a Christian gentle Ulan who will make friends wherever he goes and The Record joins a long list of friends in wishing him the best of everything good This is the way a country editor wrote up a recent wedding The bride was born of honest but wellmeaning parents and could walk alone at six months at ten she could run real fast and has never slackened her gait She has many friends most of them dead ones The happy couple took a bridal trip to the cross Roads and will be at home with the old man until they are kicked out I a and goad business man b Altie merchandising whatever Have You Seen taThose new PHOTOCRAPHS that are being made at the Foss Branch Studio are certainly best They cant be equaled any where Not Hard to Buy but Hard to Forget Every piece of work sure to please Mr Pettus Webster one of the finest experts in the m ever t- J I I South will be at the Studio every FRIDAY of each west Come in jand let him picture If pleased tell your friends Remember lie comes on m cake your i Friday m I I Many to Hang The fact that thirteen men are now under sentence of death goes to show that juries have been doing their duty and that murders are being made to pay the penalty for their crimes The Courier Journal speaking of the num ber slated to go via the hempen route says Some of them have exhausted every chance for life and are calmly awaiting execution day which has al ready been fixed while others are yet struggling with fate in attempts toes cape the extreme penalty of death Five of the number who juries have said are guilty of murder and must pay the penalty with their own lives are incarcerated in the Jefferson coun ty jail while the remaining ones are scattered over the State Those in the Jefferson county prison are Caleb Powers convicted of com plicity in the murder of William Goe bel his case has been remained for a new trial William Van Dalsen con victed of the murder of Fannie Porter his mistress George Warner of Pulaski Leeds Jacoo Bishoff for the brutal murder of his wife James Thomas and Edward Brown negroes convicted of wife murder John and Ed Taylor and James Smith convicted of the murder of a white man are awaiting execution in the Fayette county jail at Lexington Tom White convicted murder of Thomas Marcum is awaiting execu tion in the Covington jail Roy Green and James Cooines negroes are under sentence of death in the Owensboro jail Green for killing a white man and Coomes for the murder of his wife and four negroesare in the Hopkins county jail awaiting execution for the murder of an unknown white man a year ago This is said to be the lar gest number of men ever under sen tence of death at one time in this State In addition the number of It gal hangings in recent far above the average in Kentuckey Give us the News An exchange prints the following item which has been current newspa per property for many years but It is worth producing for the benefit of those who seem to think that a news paper purposely ignores them There never was a paper in any lo cality that gave all the nws Persons often come and go that the reporter does not see It often happens that a family is missed several times They get the impression that the not care to mention them It is a mis take The paper has no ill feeling nor spite nor enmity against anybody Do not be afraid to give us items of inter est Perhaps you think the paper shows partiality but try and see if it doesnt treat you well if given a chance If you dont see us to tell us of any happening or news item at your home use the telephone ordrop it in the post otlIce but dont fail to give your name so there will be no mistake about it New Stockings on Exhibit In all the shops dainty hosiery is be ing displayed in new patterns of wid est variety Never have silk stockings been woven in firmer mesh or em broideries and insertions been design ed more attractively A very charm ing design is that of a fight o tiny pink butterflies over the instep on black silk hose of diaphanous texture Another new and pretty pattern is the single rose full blown and of a played just over the instep Black silk always the most popular stocking offers the only suitable foun dation for embroidery in color Other shades of hosiery are embroidered in selfcolor or with only a slight change for contrast Bronze colored hose not brown but genuine bronze of shimmering silk may be had with a loop pattern of fine open work These are suitable only for wear with bronze slippers They cost 3 25 Fashion Journal People Will Talk Yespeople will talk The saying Is true They talk about me And they talk about you If we go to the opera Some one will say We should go to church And learn how to pray If we go to church And offer up our prayers They say we are hypocrites And putting on airs If we are rich They call us a thief Scoff at our sorrows And laugh at our grief If we are poor They say that we shirk Were always lazy And never would work They talk of our prospects They talk of our past And if we are happy They say it cant last They talk of our loved ones They talk of our foes They talk of our follies They talk of our woes They talk of our joys They talk of our fears They talk of our smiles They talk of our tears Tney talk if were single They talk if we They talk of us living And will talk of us Tho we live like an angle With circumspect walk Our efforts are useless For people will talk Ex PoIsons In Food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you Dr KingsNew Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested back 25c at McRoberts drug store Try them I murderer monthslias been paper does vividred foodormoney lm f wad REV BARNES Strango Doctrine the Noted Evangelist Is Now Preaching Hartford Herald Rev George O Barnes the noted has been preaching in Hartford Ky to good crowds the past week Rev Barnes is now in his 78th year yet he seems hale and hearty He has been preaching fifty years lIe is the son of a Presbyterian minister and as a preacher has gained a national reputa tion which spread to other continents For twenty years he preached what he termed the common wellknown doc trine of the Presbyterian church Then a change came over him and for the past thirty years he has been preaching a doctrine which is strange to many people but which he says he Ss able to substantiate by the scrip tures It is a creed which mystefies many For instance he holds that there are three hells of future punish ment viz the oldfashioned Hades Gehenna where many professed Christians will go for a season and Tautrrus the temporary abode of the fallen angels Rev Barnes repudiates the popular theory that tin devil is a fallen angel lIe quotes scripture which says that the devil was not only a liar from the beginning but a mur derer and therefore he could never have been an angel of light Rev Barnes does not believe in eternal punishment His idea is that souls will be punished a length of time commensurate with the sins they have committed and according to their standing before God At the last grand wind up the devil will be annihilated and the imprisoned souls turned loose This he says is pos sible from the fact that the devil is not immortal and that souls are lIe says Christ went to hell and tasted of its torments for every per son This he avers was unavoida ble from the fact that Christ took the part of a substitute for man in every sense of the word Man says Rev Barnes is made up of three elements viz the body the soul and the spirit The body and the soul he says are mortal while the spirit is that immortal attribute of every man saint or sinner which at death returns to God who gave it His idea of the unpardonable sin is attributing God the works of the devil In Christs time he says this practice was to the devil the works of that it is the same thing either way and that those who entertain this idea whether preachers or laymen will surely be damned He says God never afflicted or punished physical ills or misfortunes come at the hands of the devil the prince of the power of the air These are only a few of the saliant points of his strange creed Rev Barnes set out about two years ago to preach In every countyseat in Kentucky He says he felt called of God to do this in his native State This is his 90th county and he has 23 county seats yet to make He travels under the aupices of no church or organization depend ing upon voluntary contributions to promote his work His sermons at Hartford have created much comment and set many people to thinking Whether you agree with him or not you cannot doubt his deep earnestness nor the evident inspiration which sus tains him None Like the Cow There is not a thing from nose to tail but what is utilized by man We use the horn to comb our hair her skin is upon our feet her hair we plas ter upon our walls her hoofs make glue her tail makes soup she gives our cream our milk our cheese and our butter and her flesh is the great meal of our nation her blood is used to make our sugar while her bones are ground to fertilize our soil and even her paunch she herself has put thro the first chemical process necessary for the production of the best white card board paper and now they have discovered that such paper can be made into the finest quality of false teeth Reason for Thankfulness The sermon had been a long one on the subject of Giving The minis ter nominated certain brethren to wait on the congregation and the congregation groaned in the spirit but went down in their wallets neverthe lessWhen the requisite amount had been contributed the pastor of the church stepped impressively to the front and the men in the pews glanced at each other apprehensively Brethren said he Brother Smith will be with us again tonight And he wont take up a collection interrupted Brother Smith The choir raised a jubilant note Praise God it sang from Whom all blessings flow Egg Famine Eggs are getting scarcer all the time in this county and from all appearances the hens have gone on a strike This seems to be the genera condition all the country A from Chicago says Chicago faces the worst famine In its history according to local commission men and the price may go to fiftycents a dozen or higher in a few days The cold wave is the cause of the shortage and it has been of such long con tinuance that the storage supply is al most exhausted Shipments from the country are expected to be almost nothing for the next three weeks Ex Old for sale mortal God like reversedattributing Godbut anybodythat- all over dispatch i newspapers atthlsQflCe itinerant evangelist FOUNTAIN and BULB HOT WATER BOTTLES O PROTECTORS HAIR BRTJSBGSS TOOTII BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE N 0 PI I CU I vt ic i1I I IJIW I or I l t9 C blnr It ida tf ie- We have some special valuesiirgeai 3S Je r91t1 i i The Markets LOUISVILLE KY 1C FEB 4 r H CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 25 4 75 Medium to good shipping steers 4 00 4 23 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 25 3 75 Common to medium butchers 2 50 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 25 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 00 2 75 Good to choice stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Common to medium stock heifers 1 50 2 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 75 Choice veal calves 500 C 50 Common to medium calves 5 00 C 00 Choice packing and butchers 200 Iba 525 Medium packers 160 to 2001bs Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs 4 75 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 4 65 Good pigs 50 to 90 lbs 4 25 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 4 CO SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 00 4 50 Fair to good a 00 4 00 Common to medium 1 50 2 59 Bucks 2 00 3 00 Extra shlpplflg lambs 6 oil Best 5 50 Common 3 5C 4 CO Winter Meat Eating The Poor Stomach Tale of Woe Just Now Mioua la Needed At this season of the year of people are already showing symptoms that are sure to result from the usual winter diet Indoor life meateating hearty food lack of exercise overwork and poor ventila tion spell sickness and poor health If the stomach cannot do its work properly ill health is sure to follow Mio na is the one medicine that a natural digestion that stren gthens the stomach that soothes and heals all irritation congestion and in lamination in the stomach or bowels It is this that makes it a certain and guaranteed cure for all stomach If the digestion is impaired the blood is impoverished and becomes fill ed with poisonous impurities derang ing whole system and causing sickness ahd suffering Miona acting upon the stomach and digestive organs cures sleeplessness nervous troubles headaches backaches and general weakness and debility If you are weak and ailing the chances are that it is due to a diseased stomach but you can be cured by us ing Mio na Ask R E McRoberts the drugist to show you the strong guarantee under which Miona costs but oOc a box If it does not help you the price is absolutely nothing Sold by R E McRoberts lm 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 Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very best Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc SJISH PatatLicUy THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST- An Independent Newspaper AT TilE RATE OF HOGS to 300 5 25 butcher lambs them assures lUona is sold COOCQOooo I I I I I I I I I I X I I 1 I tail endlambs thousands troubles x 0 PRESCRIPTIONS1 Only 25c Per Month by Mail A department for everybody Fairest Editorals Best Political Ar ticles Best Miscellany Best Short Stoies Best Book Reviews Best Childrens Paper Best Home News Best Condensed News Best Market Best of everything PBICE BY TOAIL One Year 83OO Six Month Three Month 912 Month V SOe Sample Copy if yon wish Address Circulation Dept The EVENING 200 t I Reviews One POST Louisville Ky That Tlcklluir In the Throat after taking One Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the stomach for children A L Spofford at Chester Mich says Our little croup Three doses of One Minute Minute Cough Cure too much for what it has done in our family It always Minute throatnott- he Harmlessgood strangulationduring speedily McRobertsLancaster One minute postmaster The Sunshine ol Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts 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 Ill says I was seiousiy filleted with a fever sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Haze Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Ky lm See Mrs DolIIe Brown at Josephs store and order Journal1021tf E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 1 M COY RGGUYN J B WOODS W C FISH D L FRY R L ARNOLD BURROWS DIRECToRS J S E J WOOD Commenced Business July I9OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkin and raise BIG Sole Agents for American Field Fence costs as much to spread paint of POOR QUALITY AS IT DOES A GOOD QUALITY Therefore buy RELIABLE PAINT From a RELIABLE DEALER and get the benefit of twenty six years experience and knowledge of what constitutes a really good paint Drug Store The National Bank c OF LANCASTER KY CAPITA 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A 8 DENNY Prcildeat JOHN B 3TORI1B3 Vice Frctt T S C DENNY Cashier jj Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper J BISECTORS Eaml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson JnpE Stormes W H Kinnaird r K f H c K x CROP Mount Elkin Jr- n gJ l fi I mJ iJ Storm s Jfiii i O Z493 0 2 2 1 2 T n o 0 0 q p t I tIt 0 j I OOOOOOm000000 0000000000000000 1 e F Robinson Asst 0o0000mO Am000lO tl- t Business and Bargains Ward pays cash for eggs Bring your meat to Wards grocery See Erie Farra for bargains fnl books 4 cans of tomatoes for 25c at Chicken feed for sale Banks Hudson I Trade at Wards and get your worth 2t For Sale No 1 fresh milk cow J W Elmore Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J 11 Uaselden tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stornvs Drug Si ore 2 10 tf all home grown Brushes varnishes stains and roof I paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Li me ponland and flack diamond c menu ai Siormes Druu Store 2 10 Closing Out i uig bargains in every lint i I hompson tile Jeweler Lloses Carnations and Vinieis at IiMiupOiiVv 2 17 tf- UVrr and blue grass seed ii iiine crown 1 27 tf Hanks hudson For Sale or Rent vi in tr ir r rnt Possess ie r i r Vll litilKN IllMSOll tf- Y iiu n cUois anil notes are due we IK lutmiiri mil and must settle up the iiiiint s lliunipsnii the Jeweler tf Hi fur fiim Kit young r l It it NtlP liCUtt 1 13if tt iiu ifiini Laundry wash ii is ni liiiiy iir Hire i jour cull HIIU get some good i t Hunks hudson pi iMtuiNiit thi Hank are un 4ii in uf IP ill i iS r il ville liVisiiies Almond Cream fur tunas face or lips assurecliapi d Its rnr j Ony lacis 120lt FrlshleK ut Store Corn Crush Bring in a load and get something high class to feed Banks Hudson Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cnt my timber 1 cut fence posts telephone poles etc S e or address m at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry Town Property For Rent 1 will rent my six room dwelling situated on Danville street and give possession at once 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 offer tf Bank of Bryantsville Of Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be the best ever brought to Lancaster the increase in demand for it its popularity We always have pl n ty on hand at low prices Call us up 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 Merchantile Cos store 2t Adolph and Arthur Joseph ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Dr H C Herring decd will present them proven to the undersigned for All perrons indebted to said estate will please settle same as the business must be wound up tf Fisher Herring Admr If your hens are notlayIbg now come to us for a 20th tury poultry food ItWill makatuem lay when every else falls xQnly Sacts Frisbies Drug Store 120 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 Papep For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is tar ahead of any thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in favor eve ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the paper 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 want ring up 140 Our clean Jellico in satisfaction Then it is a great satisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 916tf We have now bottled our extract of Vanilla This is made by ourselves from the best Mexican Vanilla Beans and is absolutely the and purest you can use There is rfo extract on the market as want that likes try bottle We are sure you will be pleased Price 20 Frisblei Drug Store en 0j IB 2t Wards2t Clover timothy and blue seed Banks Hudson tt CUL IlIItm Ilmll II T I u 11 tie j p Alt Ai3jm slate H r U assured settlement box r aas thIn Notice publishe- dat bes good W everyone a good illato at cen e T T j moneys grass have grdssseeU t 4 I lie rLicting lit T lou andS va C Will Ba No Chaneaa Thl Yean For The idler The leaner The wobbler The ignorant The weakling The smatterer The indfferent The unprepared The educated fool The impractical theorist Those who watch the clock The slipshod and the careless The young man who lacks backbone The person who is afraid of obstaclesThe who has no iron in his bloodThe person who tries to save on foundationsThe slips rotten hours into his schooling The man who is always running to catch up with his business The man who can do a little of ev erything and not much of anythimr The man who wants to succeed but who is not willing to pay the The one who tries to pick flowers out of his occupation avoiding the thorns Success Magazine 400 pieces music regular price 40cts to 75cts goes at lOcts per copv at Thompsons 217tf Two hundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell 300 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 bureau sideboard m rrurs waiters candlesticks dishes oLc in fact will buy anything Gent Focht at Frisbies drug More tf We cash checks drawn on any Bank If you want to send money away will attend to it fur you If you to open only a small account for 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 Thompson and to close out immediately will sell them for less cost for spot cash Some tine hooks and a tine chance to get the very best at unusually low prices lm Erie C Farra at Thompsons The Bastin Telephone Company will receive bids for Locust or Cedar telephone poles in lots of f 200 un Lancaster Lexington pike between Clayton Arnolds and Bry antsville For specifications call at the office of Bastin Telephone Com pa ny at Lancaster Watches Clocks Jewelry Cut glass Knives and Forks Silverware of every kind and fancy goods all go at cost and many goods for less than cost Dont delay for this stock must be closed out in next fifty days Come at once for bargains 2 10 tf Thompson the Jeweler Come in and pay your account note before Feb 20th If not paFd 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 cpst Thompson the Jeweler tf There are number of people have an erroneous impression They think that they never emu n1 enough money to start a hank account In this they are mistaken We solicit small accounts as well us large And we handle the business of both with our best care We believe that you ought to have a Bank account and offer you our best service tf Bank of Bryantsville We believe we are well enough acquainted with you and that you well enough acquainted with us share each others and esteem We believe our are well satisfied with their treatment and are our best friends We believe most people prefer a home institu tion tf Bank of Bryantsvill We are not seeking a great bulk business but instead prefer the of careful thinking who desire to do with an institution ever ready and glad provide all accommodations which safe banking will premlt tf Bank of Bryantsville New Firm The undersigned will act as for several of the best merchant tall oring housesduringthecommjr season Expert cutters from fashion will take measurements and tion is guaianteed in prices quality and fit Call at opening displays will be announced later tf Jacob Joseph M D Hughes Mrs John Lear will open a stock millinery in Miss old stand In a few days As all other goods were burned in the tire her stock will be new throughout and she will have an second to none in Central tf ReId Your Orders Wait for the Spring display of ing samples at the store of The Mercantile Company Compare quality and tits All guaranteed Jacob Joseph M D Hughes Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IRA F Traveling Agent Wisconsin Ry 407 Traction Bldg Cincinnati O 210 Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July 190i COUTH BOONP Number 1 Daily stops when flaggedll50 I Number 5 Daily makes mil stops 11 f Number stops SMpmI NORTH BOCKD MuabeM Member Dally stops 10 j c 0 han confidence Kentucky Josepl 9 Tjuiss T Dj1fVILLIC I Vl1JIIber 2 Dally when flagged 420 T U t Theta priceS wIt tli peop I ageni circli whic h recer Clot prlc c Centr sope wbeu stops 150 pm Number Eop5 6lOam 4 Edith I wish Percy shone in conver ration a little morSe Mayme He pught to shine hes light headed Chicago News e Vriety Philadelphia Man with affected dis 0 8 t You dont live do youBrooklyn in the winter In summer I go to my country house in Y Weekly if Two Good Reasons You and your husband have lived to 25 years and never had a quar rel Whats the secret No secret at all Im too goodna h lured to quarrel and hes too indolent Chicago Tribune A Discouraged Chauffeur f is getting discouraged s the matter f mobile brealing than usual it No but its been two weeks since he struck a pedestrianl Yonkers States11 nan Ji f in Brooklyn ManOnly PhiladelphiaN s BillBob JillWhats Is his auto awfully ether THAT RED STAIN On the handkerchief sends a chill to the heart of the woman who had kept on thinking the cough will get better J after a while Now she knows the fight for life is on and looks eagerly around for medical aid There is one medicine whose marvel j ous record for cures commends it at once to every sufferer from lung troubles as safe and sure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery X cures obstinate deep seated coughs bron 5 chitis weak and bleeding lungs emacia tion and diseases generally which if neglected or unskilfully treated termi nate fatally in consumption g L r- yttttttt Itt I g S g of I lllVWWM7A il In the November g Igor in Maine I find an Q advertisement of Golden Medical o covery writes Mr C H Brann provision merchant of Bridgton Maine 5j did for me for one year and lastly I took three bottles more making nine bottles in all It has now S been over fifteen years and I have not been troubled with spitting any more blood Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There g is nothing just s good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs g A 1008 page book free los the asking You can got the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser the best g medical book eves published FREE by sending stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send twentyone S onOOont stamps for the book in paper covers or thirtyone stamps for tile clothbound volume to Or R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I Lewiston Lewiston Dis Box 314 I want to tell what ears spitting blood The first three bottles helped me so that I was practically 00 I took three bottles more wIth the same 0 0 tIt I 0Q it 4 ial I no I Then The Immortal Sarah Sarah Ann Mrs Stebbins as ad a dog given er oh such a beauty Matilda kinder dog Sarah call im a Sarab Bernhardt dog One of them that carry pocketflasks to folks what get snowed tip Ally Sloper Unaccommodating- e Mr Cityllatt widow of that commuter who was killed in the railroad wreck has been awarded 560000 damages Mrs Cityilatt There and Ive been vainly trying to induce you to move to the suburbs for years you mean thing Puck Had His Doubts Are you going to entertain this win Well answered Mr Cumrox Mother and the girls will have a lot ot people at the house as usual But I never can tell whether they are being enter talned or bored Struck the Boss Weary yer strike de JOES in de last house Itinerant should say I did What did she say She nothing It was an apartment noose an I struck de janitor Yonk Ira Statesman More Convenient ir Or good old resolutions Each year R man embarks lie might have saved a lot of time fly using ditto marks Washington Star DEAR GIRLS I v vyIIyv I JaneWhat AnnThey readingThe ter WilliamsDid IkeI RUSSIAN CAVALRY The Soldiers Quarters Are Plainly Furnished and Kept Scrupu lously Clean Near the woods across the plains were a number of low wooden buildings that looked like sheds and which so inconspicuous that they would have been unseen had not the music of tile bugle attracted the passerby says the Newark News The officers quarters were in front quite apart from the mens barracks which were ranged in A straight row with the stables behind The rooms were filled with hundreds of jittle beds each bed having a hard one pillow and a coarse woolen janket covering Underneath the bed the springs do not the soldiers box containing his kit All through the room at regular intervals there hung the picture of the czar with colored chromos of the heroes and saints in picturesque attire The ceilings were very low and the Windows few and far between buteveryr thing is kept scrupulously clean The kItchens in back have large brick oyens where the black bread is baked and the huge pieces of meat are cooked Largo copper caldrons shining like suns are always on the stove making toup for the Russian army observes two fast days every week Wednesday and Saturday When lentil soup and black bread the dinner The favorite drink of the soldiers Is water with rye bread soaked In it which gives it a delicate flavor and quenches thirst Their day IB filled with drills and work when they are taught to ride their horses and fight with or without them At night the regiment takes a walk before turning in and as they walk the soldiers always sing the sad melodious songs of the fatherland MESMERISM CURE FOR BITE Writer Tells of Eliminating Deadly Wound Inflicted on a Coolie by Venomous Snake When I was stationed at Nowshera news was brought to me one morning that one of my coolies had been bit ten by a snake and was dying says a writer in the Madras Times I to his hut and found the man and bleeding from his mouth and nose A few passes from the head downward stopped the bleeding I con tinned the passes and in ten minutes ke was able to open his eyes but un aple to speak pr iroye his hands or limbs I continued the passes and after Ifipse of another five minutes he wa able to speak feebly anti the seat of pain Each pass gradually worked the position downward anti the mans speech grew stronger by degrees and in hall an hours time from the beginning of the operation the man was able to sit up Having worked the poison down below the knees I tied a ligature below the knee and sent hint to a hospital where he eventually recovered He was bitten in the right foot I should very much have liked to have carried the experiment out to the end and have bled him but not being a medical man and as there was a hos pital only a few miles distant I had to submit to circumstances I VYVVYVYVYWYvv BARRACKS were for givewas comprises hurried e mattress unconscious tie Premiums are Paid To Capital Brains or Muscle In The Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklaho ma Texas and New Mexico Where seeming unlimited resources await developement Vast tracts agricultural lands uncultivated square miles of forest whole sections underlaid with valuable minerals these are exam plea of the Southwests Open Door to Success Write for literature or better still Go and See For An ounce of peronal investigation is worth a pound of description Exceptionally Low Rates h U ID L al illustrated YoUrself Tie 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Mull CKO H LEE G P ALI tie Rock Irkaniai H I IHcGUIRE Hiss Pa Age Cincinnati Ohio of each I I I r iv K L d I0 u rr MINK and SKUNK SKINS And other raw furs at extremely high prices Address A E BUKKIIAKDT INTERNATIONAL FUR MERCHANT CINCINNATI OHIO EATThePREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY C DeVITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 4 CURtiJYPLFSIA o- rE p Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E Lancaster K 1Mc ROBERTS Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in sale of the following property 1 A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of tine best places in the city for a good business Can be bought for less than cost of buildings etc Estab lished trade now No 2 A largenew residence with 6 acres of land on Crab Orchard street Ko 3 Two splendid homes on Rich mond street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 oee at 4750 very larga and desirable properly and one at 8000 All at rock bottom prices No 5 New cottage and li acres on Stanford avenue Very cheap No G Splendid home4 acres on Dan ville avenue llemarkably low at price No 7 Cottage on wafer street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or rent at reasonable ligures No 8 Coal yard scales arId two store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and fancy goods at a stand having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store rooms in first lloor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent on the price at which can be uurchased A splendid investment- No H Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land 3 miles from town at 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres good land 2 mules from town at SI 800 We also have some valuable proper ty in the city limits occupied by col ored people which rents for prices yielding 20 per cent on the invest ments We have other farms also Call on G B Swinebroad or M D Hughes 12 3t Commisioners Nile of Personal Property Garrard Quarterly Court Burnam Baker vs Will am Kavanaugh Dft By virl ue of a judgment of the Gar rard Quarterly Court rendered at it Term 1004 in the above styled case the undersigned as Special Commissioner in said case will on FEBRUARY 27th 1105 publicly in front of the Court House Jour in the City of Lancaster Ky sell M the highest and best bidder the One black mare about fifteen hands uigh about six years old and named Daisy and one bay horse named Char iey about ten yeers old and about fir teen hands high which property be that of the defendant and against which a lien was adjudged in the tbuve styled action favor of the above named Plaintiff to secure the payment of the following indebted ness The amount to be raised from the sale of this properly is the sum of tiftythrce and seventy cents 70 with six per cent interest there n from the 9th day of November 1004 until day of sale mailing a total of 54 CS together with 81 05 costs of this action to date of sale making a to be realized including debt interest and cost of the sum of 3145 73 The sale will first be made of one orse and in the event said one horse rings tile total indebtedness then he other will riot be sold but if tile aid one horse falls to bring the said indebtedness then both horses will be sold TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of hree months purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with good and security for said purchase money payable to tile undersigned Special Commissioner six per from day ot sale until oaid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if said bond is not paid at ma turity and a linn will also be retained upon said property sold for the of the purchase money Pos session of said property will be given tine purchaser upon day of sale after Ills compliance the above terms This February Gib 1005 I M ROTIIWELL Special Comr Gairarrt Quarterly Court Tlerndon Atty for PUT DR SID ISBELL OSTEOPATH Located at the Hamilton House on Lexington Street Consultation and All diseases both and Chronic success fully treated Call and see me KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE the 2000 II propertytowit 53 totalamount ul1l lent ent payment wit h Examination free LUNGS KingsNew Pit rig cute FOR cOLDS ONSUMPTION OUGHSand Price iISOc l0O Fro Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TBOTTB LES or MONEY BACK Wanted 100000 We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind seed on short Dont forget us when wtntlng seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son H A B Marksbury Sc n The W C T U will give a valen tine party at their rooms on the even ing of tile 17th Toutifruite and cake will be served A post oflc and valentines will furnish fun for all who come Only nets will be charged 2 We are making a specialty of a kind Held seeds Clover Timothy BlueCrass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats III fact we can suppl you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us wllent wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son not Ice I STAND PREEMINENTLY AHEAD- of all other stocks IN QUALITY Alfalfa Rape Grass and Clover Seeds Seed Oats Seed Corn Seed Potatoes Forage Crops Vegetable end Flower Seed GOLD JIEDiL AWARDED ST LOft loom Our New Catalogue Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon purpose whatever as we will prose cut all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill II C Miller W S Ferguson W R Cook W L Lawson Your Stomach a Itettt 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 fure 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 anythlng disagrees with her Sold by McKoberts Lancaster Ky im Olaerved popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous LittlePills are mild pleasant and but effective and sure Their universal use for many years is strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by R E Me Roberts Lancaster Ky lm Pound Odd Notice In Printline Paper of Iiiterejit lo One of the best known newspip rs in the South is the Guide of Dunn N C Its publisher J P Pitman sends us the following clipping with request to publish Found bj tile editor of the Girrte a of Hvomei tilt wonderful treatment that cures catarrh ivHuut stomach dosing We can speak in hiirliesi praise of its remarkable putter to cure and relieve catarrh of t behead and throat This mention is made not as an advertisement but in tilt terest of those who suffer the torture of that terrible disease catarrh In sending the clipping Mr wrote the following letter- I enclose a little piece from my pn per issued to day You will see from this that I desire to push the scllirg pf Hyoniei as far us possible 1 am M Jng it inmy own family and find ih i ft gives the desired relief so that J take pleaspre in spreading far ninth near the knowledge of tills sure relief for catarrh R E McRoberts in preparation for the catarrhal troubles of eason of the year has ordered a large stock of flyomel and sells it under guarantee to refund the money if dues nut rc lieve The complete outfit costs but 1 ana extra bottle can be obtained for 50ct Ask him to show you the strong guarantee under which he sells it This remarkable remedy medicates the air you breath soothing and heal ing the mucous membrane of the air passages and making a complete cure of the worst case of catarrh For sale by R E McRoberts 1m i l Your completeline ivi liD about Crop etC FREE ON Write today LOUISVILLE Give recuperate JI R E J harmless ill II I It 00 4P I and are the mnt economical to use It takes its need You obnain better stands bad is not Sued witi noxious need hull Seeds KENTUO a Lazcastcr- SicsI 1 pius hot I Ic Pit Jts There is no case on of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other seri ous lung trouble after had been taken It stops the heals the lungs and pre vents serious results from a coldDo not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some I preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine A Severe Cold for Three Months The following letter from A J Nus baum of Batesville Ind tells its own story I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared mo some medicine and a scribed for me yet I did not improve I then tried Foleys Honey j and eight doses cured me Three sizes c SOc f100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AND RECGKflDEQ BY For sale by CC Stormes I AN ORDINANCE Adopted and passed Slated minuet jug Conn cil February 6 1105 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster Ky as fol lows Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for allY person linn partner hiu individual or corporation by itself or agent to in the limits of the City of Lancaster Ky in the occupation or Merchant Tailoring without first having obtained a license there j fore and paid the tax to CUll duct or carry on such occupation or trade within tin limits of said My and the tix on such lcen e shall be fifty dollars per year And no license shall be issued for a shorter period thin one year To engage n the trade or occupation of Merchant Tailoring within the meaning of this section shall mean the taking of or selling by sample of clothing for men or other persons or the taking of orders or selling by sjim pie of coals pants vests or overcoats for such persons whether tIle sale lie macho by person Inking tin order or selling by for orl v their iiumis See 2 Any pv si firm oorpma tinn divldiiiii or ttnersliip eiiiiu lilt In tine business iiamed in the fort going seel ion without lirs IniviiL tniiiid a license r shall be fined n t l s thaI n 00 ninre 100 00 uul pfh sie shall constitute a seperate offense See 3 Any person firm hulividiiil nrinipnt who miy the alIt for more tljjin one pprstiicirpoatiiin or partnership mir tiLn inrl licne as anti ilv MHli Ii censeQthaI sud cases proviflprt such li ii l fid auent of said eviril different firm or person r corpora i n i r inrn r litw and amy aeent wh shall take out such UrAnsp for m rp im me nr on firm or corporal ion wliluuit h ni t lOiqvr nt lined in any sum not exceeding 100 00 R Klnnaird Tayor Attest W B Mason Clerk FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN I C f0 e 0 Pneumonia O i Record record FO yaJ iI u yIland TAR r coughand I unknown I II J E JoI I trane of the eon I dent or slIis of t ftjlsllrel I h tin PI- th lent rice san j t 11 nr amp shan lat I lot SIt Itlitit nor I Itt mint he ten t hi hut Itt IERCES I RESCRIPTION Leave Laocasier Trains roIO AX114 No21 tO40 ASm rM No22 220 Neil 826rx rllI1c in effect Nev me For Klchrnoud Winchester Lexin tOO Frankfort Louisville na Purl CarlUlr Cov Ineto Clt rlnnatl rR u Cynthia For Stanford Junction City Leba bin Mlddleaboro etc antiand intermediate statioBg For Itlchmond i I For Stanford and way stations run except Sunday AboveHAVING at allooi when flawed Trains daily I stop sta