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CENTRAL RECORDJflFTEBXTU rain LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 1905 r THE NUMBBB4Lr Sold when new for 5 foot iron enamel tubs complete Improved low down Toilet Extra large en b ameled wash bowl with brack jj ets faucetstraps Our prices less Blue Grass NursesiesijruiXG 1005 Trees by the MILLIONS Fruit and Shade Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry Catalogues on application to II F Hillenmevcr Sons LEXINGTON KENITCKY Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Wear Best Salesman BC BOCuS 5 L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business SEW ilSATIlG NEW ETHlTTOIira The time is almost here for Spring cleaning and you will need New Carpets Mat ting Furniture Etc We have all of these articles and more at good prices Remember our stock of Wall Paper is Entire ly New We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dnnlap Successors Beazley Co WmIIcrndon G B Swinebroud Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Dentist fll Office over Thompons store Danville st ftt Ifl Y 1 11 H111l 1iJSt Worlds fair I i f F f I J U r 1U Q ti I itr Ion a m 1 i IOneHalf AO I fJ 0 I J 1 J LV HlSELDEN I Jf10 l M K t f l C1ol R rryoNEW FURNITURB I L to JA r JI t1 L a i IG FARIS I 9 1r G From 1 Lou is 7 r i 1 b c3 rLI- t a PCi62 C1ClZfYrLY USE SnXcart- clNNATI Oa 7iSSUTLR 1NT ix a a g eo I I r r t rir a Notes UNPRECEDENTED OFFER The Cincinnati Daily Post and The Central Record Both One Year for Only 225 We have made arrangements with the Cincinnati Daily Post by which we can FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY oiler both papers one year for only 225 This means that you must bring us the 2 25 and we will order Post sent to your address and mark your subscription to The Record up one year The Cincinnati Post is an afternoon paper which by special mail arrange ments reaches Lancaster at 826 the same evening of publication and if you live in the country it will be brought to you the next morning It gives ALL THE MARKETS and the best telegraph news in the coun tryThis is an offer better than any weekly paper ever secured for Its pa trons and as it cannot last bnt a tew days hurry your 225 to this office Remember you must pay the part whether your paper is marked a few months ahead or not IT TAKES ONLY 225 TO GET THEM BOTH Cant our friends in Florida send us a bunch of hot air Next Monday is county court If in arrears to The Record please call and settle The post ollice and banks were clos ed Wednesday that all hands could celebrate the birth of the Pa of their country The doctors are very busy and if you one better put in a call ahead of time There was never more sickness than at present The room below Record office which was so badly damaged by Ore is being repaired Mr Geiger will move his boxball alley into the room Remember our offer with the Gin cinnati Post means you must pay a year in advance for The Record no matter how your papdr is marked now Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The usual preparatory ser vices will be held tomorrow Friday night at which a full attendance of the membership is requested Offer Closes March 2 Our Cincinnati Post offer is to last not longer than next week All to get the low rate must have their money in our cflice before Thurs day March 2 as we will take all sub scriptions to Cincinnati on Friday the 3rd Positively nonecan be receiv ed after that date Hows This For Weather Some idea of the cold weather can be had from the fact of heavilyloaded wagons crossing Kentucky river at the mouth of Sugar Creek and other points in the county Mr B E Coving ton drove in a buggy on the frozen river from the mouth of Sugar Creek to Valley View a distance of 18 miles while some boys rode bicycles from that point to Ford a distance of 36 miles A man whose veracity is tells us the ice at the mouth of the abovenamed creek was fully eight feet thick Singular Accident There were three accidents on this branch of the K C last week the last one being rather remarkable As the day train I this side of Silver Creek a large I in middle of train jumped the I track rolled down the embankment and landed bottom up some fifteen feet from the roadbed The car immediately behind did not leave the track the air brake stopping that portion of the train The remark able part of the occurrence is the track was not damaged in least and the engine backed coupled up and the train proceeded without more than five minutes loss of time Fruit Report Mr C T Grimes whose opinion on fruit no one dares to tells The Record he the peach crop on the 17th this month and they Apples are perfect proms ing a very large crop Pears of the late variety are dead all early living Pears and cherries are all right The drouth last fall caused the killing of the pears Cousin Charley has been very busy ming and looking after the fruit trees vines etc and will in a few days for Danville where he has a large amount of work If you have i work in this line better see him at Up To Date Barber Malcolm House has just installed several nice bath tubs in rear of his barber shop and is prepared to furnish hot baths on the shortest notice The rooms are fitted up with every conven fence and are comfortable in the of weather charges are and his enterprise is greatly appreciated by those of our citizens t who are for uptodate improvements I lOC l r ned desiring was coming down a grade boxcar stlon are safe var- Ieties once coldest Ills reasonable t Records unquestionable thaI examined trim leave t e Gy Reward His Work The good people of Danville should reward the work done for the city by the Danville papers and there is no better way of showing appreciation than by making Editor Vernon Richardson city clerk He is well qualified and deserves the honor Show the newspaper man that you appreciate what he docs for your town neighbors Big Hogs The largest hog raised in this local ty was killed last week by Mr Josh Daniel one of Garrards most promi nent farmers The animal tipped the beam at 1000 pounds and when skinned the hide measured eight feet across the centre Another raised by Mr Daniel was one year old and 700 Ibs Two June pigs pulled the beam at 99 These hogs were raised in a barn and every attention given them They were bedded as care fully as a race horse and this extra care goes to prove that special to hogs pays handsomely in the lotig run Good For Somerset The people of Somerset are very much excited over the announcement by the head officials of the Southern railway system that they had decided definitely to erect the large shops there on the 500 acres of ground pur chased last fall and that contracts for all the work would be awarded and the construction of the immense works would be commenced about the firsDof March it the weather would permit Five hundred new houses will be erected at once Locomotive and car works will be placed theme The site of 500 acres which the company has purchased for the works is situated the depot and yards and shops so that it will be a continuous yards and locomotive and car works extending for some three miles south of Somerset from the depot Care of a Hedge Fence My method has been to trim the hedge three times each year viz about the 15th of June before harvest begins then near the 15th of July and then in September just as its growth for the year is finished By so doing the wood is tender and cuts easily and dries up like a weed Makes no litter or thorns to be removed The hedge should be cut back in the early spring to the height of 4 feet the width about 18 inches In cutting the aim should be to keep the hedge compact as it is much more easily trimmed A goof hand can trim 80 to 100 rods per day if the above plan is adopted Hoping that I may be of benefit to some one in solving the fence problem remain the farmers friend Alex R Denny Resulted In Good chadinterest among the people and win ning new converts to the cause The W C T U under whose auspices the lectures were given is entitled to great praise for the noble work and the earnest work of the ladies will certainly be rewarded by crowns in the Great Beyond Col Holt is an exceptionally floe speaker and hav ing been there knows that side of intemperance only one addicted to the damnable stuff can describe Considering the miserable weather tine crowds heard him and all his talks We havent space to go into details but will say that any town desiring to awaken interest in the cause of temperance will do well to secure his services The Lancaster Union apperciates the interest shown by the people and are greatly in their work EVER MADE Cincinnati Daily Post Central Record both one year for Only 225 This offer only holds good for a few days and we cannot make this rate unless you pay the 225 CASH IN HAND Heres a chance to get your home paper and all the news world for a mere song Remember its 225 sent to any address a I enter- prIsing I weighed attention below present enjoyed encouraged and atone rea1estC1llbbin Offer tiff e he The entire 2 25 must be paid on our Post offer The roads over the county are very muddy but this is the case every where x of the best dally papers and The Central Record one year for only 225 Several Lancaster parties will take advantage of the C O Railways low rate and attend the inagtiration The C 0 is beyond all doubt the best and quickest route to take and the scenery along Ute Ilne is magnificient We can state this from having travel ed other routes as well as the C O Notice to Confederate Veterans A meeting of Camp M D Logan Ko 1336 U C 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 to be present Joe H Arnold Comdr The City Council has had a large quantity of rock placed around the Park fence to be broken and spread upon the Public Square Some years ago the rock was placed there and the work house hands required to work in the centre of the Square This had a remarkably good erred upon who would rather a in the alleys or side streets than remain one hour where every body could see them It is a good plan to have the rock broken there and make every lawbreaker do time thereon Another Lancaster Boy Honored The Courier Journal says Robt E Hughes will be elected secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club at its next meeting As stated in this pa per Mr Hughes was offered several very lucrative positions in the Falls City but this is one of the highest honor than many men of his age ever have offered them As Bob was with The Record so long and is such a good friend of its editor we doff our tile to the hustling deserving Lancaster boy and unite with the community in congratulations and Running Under Difficulties It sounds a little odd but The Re cord was fortunate in having little to do last week As is known Capt White has been away from the office for some time This worked a hard ship but the climax was capped last week when two other employees were too ill to work JTliis left only the editor and Mr Lenoard Miller who kept the wheels moving It makes us very very tired to hear some fellow who works possibly eight or nine hours a day say be is tired and needs rest That fellow really needs to go to work and he will not have time to The editor of this paper works less than thirteen hours a day and the labor to say nothing of the worry by the coming in contact with many demphools is about as hard as any man can do But we love our work and were it not for the fact that in publishing a paper you are forced to have dealings with an occas ional unreasonable crank we would be as happy as a big sun flower We send you The Record help or no help and it the whole force ot five people gets sick you will get the paper just the same Now is the time to pay your subscription PIIEAUHEKSVILLB Corn is worth 250 per barrel Dr Brown of Stanford was here SaturdayMr Holtzclaw is going to Spring field to work Miss Ella Thompson has been sick for a few days W H Brown bought 10 hogs from B C Anderson for 4c J C Fox was in Wayne county last week buying cattle- J P Ballard sold a 3600 lb steer to Geo Woods at 3ic per lb WD Elmore bought 10 hogs from W B Ragan at tic May delivery Wade Mae Thompson who has been sick for a few days is better F F Cummins and wife were visit ing Mr J M Cress and wife Sunday Mr Garner of Cedar Creek was his daughter Mrs David Thompson Sunday Mrs Virgie Traylor was operated on last Monday by Drs Kinnarid OBan non and Peyton Mrs Joe Pettus who has been visit ing here for a few days returned to her home in Springfield Saturday Dr Willie Philips of Walnut Flat died at the home of his mother last Sunday Funeral Monday at 10 a m by Rev R F Jordan and was buried at GoshenWe making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millets 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 II A B Marksbury Son Old papers for sale at this office Some people weep vinegar and then complain about their bread being sour Much of sorrow is but grieving over the chips when God is carving character lOne published 2t Good Idea ev- Ildoers l I I workweek well wislmes visiting life s i Dont Hurry It will pay you to hold an order for a suit until our March display sales tf Joseph Hughes Divide Your Trade We will appreciate your patronage but we do not attempt to compel you to buy clothing of us nor will we be come offended if you do not but we hope that you will give us a trial order Our houses are as good as any We will have experienced cutters with us at two display sales during March and we will compare rrlces quality and tits Everything guaranteed Will give you a tryon before suit is finish ed if desired This department will be entirely separate from dry goods department Joseph Hughes- tf Dont Sleep With Cold Feet Go to R II Batsons and get a paper blanket which equals two comforts and only costs 25cts They art a won der and are going rapidly tf Excursion Rates Washington DC Through the most Picturesque Regions of America One Fare plus 25c for round trip Tickets ou sale March 1 2 3 Good Returning March 8 to March 18 by deposit and payment of 100 Shortest and only through Sleeping Car Line Engage Space Now For further information call on C 0 Agents or address G W BARNEY DPA Lexington Ky Extension L 7 1 S r Get in the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co The most complete and Hand somest stock of Spring aud Sum mer Goods Dress Goods No tions Etc ever brought to this market New Spring Goods Now Arriving We have built up a reputation for honest dealing and propose to maintain the same by giving you the best of goods and making you lowest prices THE Joseph Mercantile CD I I OOOOOOOOO Dry I II COOooooo0000000oooooaooooo0000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000oooooaooooo000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000 SPRINGAND Summer 1905 The widest range of Styles we have ever shown and that says a great deal The Garments we make for you are differ ent than you get in the average tailor shop We shape them differently make them and in fact we work individuality into the Garments Everything Must Fit and Please You Thats Our Guarantee THE GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY Cincinnati An experienced Cutter from the above concern will assist at our Opening Sale on February Terms Strictly Cash H T LOGAN I V 4 25 M M better 7 1 Chattanooga Turning and Hill side Plows all Steel Beams PERFECT IN CONSTRUCTION Strongly Built Good Turners Try Them They will not disappoint you Single Trees Double Trees Hames Tra ces Collars Col lar Pads Bri dIes Back Bands and any thing you want for Spring Work Clover Orchard Grass SeedT- he best that can be found in the market SEED SOWERS ETC You go to a Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE HER BUGGIESIn good York and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bras LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson To Business Community We extend the accbino dations oa and FJqnl of lrvjantsville i M II I I Timothyand I Haselaen II 1I1M11n lNlWi JtJ1a BAKER for BREAD for un nuu u u U U U Ulu un lU U un n UlUlU U U UlUll i t t t tt U t t t t tl i J J Walker T M Arnold t t t t I It II I It I I I I I lL W Br9dntsvnl fJ Robison- L nnnnnmmmnnrnnanmm nnmu vnrnnnm mnnunn z J 7 The Strong I gll Equipped Ijank Th4 Ientucky y r 4 CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at thePotl Office in Lanciuter Ky at SecondClan Mall Matter Lancaster Ky February 24 1905 We have never known any one man to receive as many nice notices from the state press as have been showered upon our Clarence E Woods who Is a candidate for mayor of the city of Richmond The newspaper know Clarence Woqds they know many sterling qualities as a citizen as a man they have learned to him and want the people of his to know that his worth is known beyond the limits of his native city If Richmond wants a chief executive who will not only keep her affairs in tiptop shape but one who will outside world know that she is on the map and has advantages for of capital and other induce ments she should place the reins of government in the hands of Clarence E Woods The newspaper men of the state do not wish to butt in but we believe we voice the sentiments of the entire press of the State in the foregoing article Since Lexington has decided to have a bunch of wood old fashioned crime has diminished to a great extent When the people take the bit in their teeth and hang several bloodthirsty murderers there is a lull in the killing business The coward who packs a pistol and thinks he has enough influence to thwart the law should be given to that the law is supreme and if grand juries will indict a few of the professional witnesses who sell their testimony as they do their vote this with the determination of better peo pie will check the murderers The people of Kentucky are becoming tired of money and wire pulling figuring so eequently In courts Lieut Richard Hobson the duck who blew up a ship in an effort to up the SpaInish fleet and then made a record of kissing twohundred girls per minute for live consecutive hours is prancing over the country telling the people there is to be a world war and that the United States must have a number of new war ships Ilobson is out of a job and wants Sam to stand around with a chip on his shoulder hoping some foreign country will knock it off and the old fellow get into another scrap stated that twenty per cent of the telephone girls marry every year As a matter of course Did jou ever near of a girl qualifying herself to make a living that some beast of a man didnt want to marry her With all due respect to the male contingent of the humam race we must say there are more men looking for wives who can support them than there are on the lookout for husbands A Louisville preacher says When a man becomes stagnant at seventy five he is either an old is in his dotage When a man becomes stagnant and overbearing at less than fifty he becomes the kind of fool the preacher cannot describe in suitable language or the class of foul we newt paper men are not allowed to name in print At last at last a college professor has an idea One has just reached down into his superabundance of and observes that girls of 15 are terribly conceited Some pretty little fairy has just told the old wind bag that she will be obliged if he will quit sending her candykiss verses and try ing to play young If President Roosevelt dont quit prancing around over the country some crank with an unpronouncable name is going to shoot a hole through him The resident isnt afraid of the devil and everybody knows it but that fact ought not to cause Ted to set himself up as a target The goose that laid the golden egg isnt in it any more A hen in has made a record of 251 eggs in twelve months With the fruit hovering around twenty cents a dozen the owner of this fowl can afford to heavy life insurance on her At this season of the year a dollar in a printing otlice looks as big as a cart wheel And we can truthfully add a dollars worth of coal sizes up about even with the sample of ice cream brought you at the church so cial Of course it was some old bachelor who dont know who said a man can have sea sickness on the sea of mat ritnony just the same as on the briny deep A married man would have been afraid to say such thing The Italian government has voted a pension of 2400 a year to a poet who has just retired This is a pretty steep figure but if they will all retire at that price a suffering public will quickly raise the necessary funds A Chicago woman has been granted damages of for being hugged The defendent ought to kick A hug not worth more than a dollar isnt worth anything and he should not pay the judgment It Is said Governor Hanly of never saw the inside of a saloon in his life The author of that report evidently had a saloon on his inside when he made the statement Wonder if Hoch the muchlymar i friend Ibis investment I I hang- Ings I always understand our bottle Uncle His women man or wisdom IndI- ana carry 1 Indian ioo per le- the a 3 t a ried Chicago man doesnt tremble in his boots when he remembers that the time Is nigh for new Spring hats for his many wives ALexIngton preacher has quit the ministry to accept a position with a gas engine company Going to apply his gas in other channels so to trust has been formed in New Jersey This weather is too cold for it to become very strong The ministers and Christian people are holding the devil up by the tail in Louisville this week MY OLD KENTUCY HOME The Story of the Origin of This Fa mous Old Song My Old Kentucky Home was written by Stephen Collins a resident of Pennsylvania while he and his sister were on a visit to Judge John Rowan a short distance east of Bardstown Ky One beautl ful morning while the slaves were at work in the corn field and the sun was shining with a mighty splendor on the waving grass first giving it the color of alight red then changing it to a golden hue there were seated upon a bench in front of the Rowan two young people a brother and sister High up in a tree was a mocking bird warbling its sweet notes Over in the hidden recess of a small brush the thrushs mellow song could be heard A number of small negro children were playing not far away When Foster had finished the first verse of the song his sister took it from his hand and sang in a sweet mellow voice The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky Home TIs summer the darkles ore gay The corn tops ripe and the meadows in the bloom While the birds mate muac all the day The young folks roll on the little cabin floor All merry nil happy nil bright Hyuby hard times comes akuocktrg at the door Then my old Kentucky home good night On her finishing the first verse the mocking bird descended to a lower branch The feathery songster drew his head to one side and appeared to be completely enraptured at the won derful voice of the young singer When the last note died away upon the air her fond in a deep buss voice Weep no more my lady oh weep no more today Well slog one song for the old Kentucky home For our old Kentucky home far away A few more days to tote the weary loa I No matter twill never be light A few more days till we totter on the road Then my old Kentucky home good The negroes had laid down their hoes and rakes the little tots had placed themselves behind the large sheltering trees while the old black women were peeping around the of the house The faithful old house dog never took his eyes off the young stagers Everything was still not even the stirring of the leaves seemed to break the wonderful silence Again the brother and sister took hod of the remaining notes and sang in sweet accents They hunt no mere for the possum and the coon On the meadow the hill and the shore They no more by the glimmer of the On the bench by the old cabin door The day goes by like a shadow oer the heart With sorrow where all was delight The time has come when the darkies have to part Then my old Kentucky home good night The head must bow and the back will have to Wherever the darky may go A few more days and the trouble all will end In the fields where the cane As the song was finished tears How ed down the old peoples cheeks the children crept from their hiding place behind the trees their faces wreathed in smiles the mocking bird and the thrush sought their homes in the thicket while the old dog still lay basking in the Ky Record HYATTSY1LLE Mrs C H Arnold is sick We regret to say Mrs John Farra continues very ill Miss Virgie Arnold spent last week with Mrs J A Sanders Miss Helen Miles of Boston is now governess at Mr Frank Pierces Mr Alex Gibbs entertained a few friends last week at a rabbit supper Miss TrIbble of Richmond will teach the spring school at West Point Miss Ida Henry of Kirksviile was the guest of her cousin Miss Carrie SandersHenry Arnold and Frazier Hurt were visitors of the Misses Thompson lust Sunday Mr Paris Mahan a prominent young business man of Wilhamsburg visited here last week Mr and Mrs Hughes Aldridge and pretty little daughter Carrie visited the homefolks Saturday Frazier Hurt entertained Misses Willie Pierce Helen Miles and Bessie Pierce Saturday evening The Hyattsville neighborhood is hard to beat for tobacco crops The following farmers sold to Mr Beazley of Paint Lick Bob West 21000 Gorge Broaddus 16000 Ibs acidic Ben Hamm If000 lbs at Frank Pierce 12000 lbs Arnold 7000 Ibs at lOic John 7000 Ibs at 9c We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueCrass OrchardGrass Millets and seed Oats in fact we cab supply you with any kind seed on short notice Don t forgetus when wanting seeds Phone or write us H A B Son i s Thesong Foster homestead brother sang night corner grow sunBardstown blends at lOCi at lOci Clay Sand Mar sbu y St Oi akA slug moon hen sagas 10c rt ILUlKSiUJKY Mr Millaid Rout is sick The whole of the Clark family have been ill Mr Partin of Corbin was visiting Mr Jonah Marsee- J A Wood has gone to Charleston Va with a car load of mules Mr Victor Rice bought of Mr Joseph several bbls corn at 50 per bbl Miss Catharine Moore was the guest of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Master Curry Robinson and his Mary Bright have been sick Miss Sara Joule of Stanford has been visiting Miss Lewis Simpson Mrs Jim Hamilton of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Susan Sutton Sunday Mrs Belle Perkins and son Jesse have been visiting her brother Mr iV L Lawson Mr J Lytle Dunn was badly hurt by a crosscut saw falling on his foot but is able to be out now Misses Lizzie Simpson and Nettie Kemper who have Deco very sick several weeks are slowly improv ingAn elegant dining was given Feb 13 to celebrate the 67th birthday of T D Chesnut A number of friends and relatives were present and the occasion was very mucn enjoyed The Christian Endeavor Society Pleasant Grove church will hold an open session at the residence of Mrs J W Simpson next Thursday after noon A delightful program has been prepared but for want of space jve could not print it Mr Charley Aldridge found a snake near a pond frozen hard He carrier it home in his hand placed it berore the fire In a little while the snake began to show signs of life The snake is now doing well and is still in pos session of MrAldridge- Mr Thadeus Aldridge son of II D Aldridge of Stanford formerly of this county was quietly married to Miss Bertha lIam of Mt Hebron at the home of the brides father John Ham Rev G W Thompson per forming the ceremony The marriage of Mr Aldridge was quite a surprise to his parents as they thought he was attending school in Lexington A party of practical jokers of our town and about 8 in number wishing to have a little fun chose for their subject Mr Jim Royston N G Bogies popular clerk The night arrived that had been anticipated with so much pleasure The boldest of the party armed with a long thread that had been wellrubbed with rosin with cautious tread went forward securely fastening one end of the thread under the weatherboarding near Jims sleeping apartment and holding the other end firmly at a safe distance from the house By drawing a stick across the thread as if playing the violin produces a very peculiar noise this awakened Jim from a smeary slum her His first thought on awakening was burglary But possessing the bray of a Spartan he rushed from his room shooting his pistol right and left This so frightened the wouldbe jokers that tied in consternation M F Rout of the party in his fiiht home found himself unexpectedly in the grave yard With the pistol shots still ringing in his ears and the tomb stones confronting him like the Luminous Shadow became so be wildered that the night was far spent before he was able to find his way home We are making a specialty of all 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 tice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us II A Marksbury Son A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imita tions of Dr Kings 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 5j 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 Bucklen Co Chicago Ill and Wind sor Canada 1m MT HEBRON Mr Chester Anderson is quite ill at this writing Mr Gipson Vanderpool Lexington is with his brother Mr J M Vander pool Mr James Bratton of Hubble bought the farm of Mr Wm McWilliams price 3000 Mr Cecil Broaddus has sold his stock of goods at Bourne to Morford and DunnMrs Bettie Mongomery and son were the guests of Mrs E D Lawson Satur day and Sunday Messrs Henry arid Earnest Mont gomery sold their corn to Chas Spill man at 82 50 per barrel Miss Mollie Crawford met with a very serious accident Saturday morn ing Her horse slipped on ice and fell throwing her off and dislocating her shoulder also injuring her right Poliuu 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 Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested food or money back 25c at McRoberts Try them 1m very 2 sister Lee for of lJ r cry they tll Fraud Expoea arm tU r kind the drugstore 4 yuj CLOVER TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS MILLETa- nd all kind of F5eldseeds Custom Grinding iJ7 7 r iI I SEEDS y tt I am ill the market for May Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all tunes Call and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than ship tuff Any class of Feed you may need CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at Xo 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated New Ledger or any Blank Books j remember we have full line of them t f- McRobertis Drugstore I I Banks Hudson 1 If you need a t c Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster ROMANS ELMQRE frH If CLOSE BUYING discounting of invoices us to make PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store Having concluded to quit business offer for sale our metalclad store house with ware house barn chicken house etc in the town of Bryantsville Ky Also our stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Felts Rubbers Drugs Medicines Groceries Hardware Hats Caps thing kept in a first class General Store PETTUS BROSBryantsville Kentucky r I I r r07 0Y 0T 0T 0Y 0YI01 10jA A iho coq laud 1 I Ii rmiIDm rlr r we andevery It ri a fl r Q ro oa- if 1 Q D D A good Business for Sale W1t- y Gossip About People N X N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are In Miss Bessie Gulley has been visiting Miss Ethel West Miss Juan Mount has returned from a visit o friends in LaGrange Miss Ethel West has returned from a visit to relatives in Xicholasville Miss Irene Roman of Richmond college was at home for a few days Mr Joe Burnside is now on duty as store keeper at the distillery at Silver Creek Mrs W J Romans gave a dinner in honor of her daughter Miss Irene Romans Miss Stella Huston has returned from a few days visit relatives in Louisville Misses Emma Hood and Katie who have been sick with grippe are reported better Mrs Kinnaird Wormier and little son Joe llolman are visiting relatives in Lexington this week Miss Sue Anna Lear is spending the week with her sister Miss Bessie Mae at Hamilton College Mr W R Coop has been pending a week with his wife and son at Bender sonville North Carolina Mrs Kennedy who has been with her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to her home in Lexington Miss Mollie Smith whose illness was II II Batson and wife go to New York next week to replenish their al ready complete of Dry Goods and la dies furnishings They go via Wash ington City and will take the Inaugu tionMrs Joe Elsener and little daughter Mary Wilhelmina of Charleston are visiting her Mr and Miller Miss Annie Miller who has been visiting in Charleston came home with them Mr Ed Grow of Decatur Ill en spending several days with rela in the county lIe left here two years ago and has been quite success ful being now engaged in the planing mill business Miss Lucretia Skinner who has had charge of the boards at the local ex change for some time has tendered her resignation and will leave in a few days for North Dakota where she will o Simpson parents rs N hash 1 i Central tires TAILOR MM CLOTHES IN CORRECT STYLES We are now ready to take measures and furnish perfect fits Our materials are A 1 and our workman ship to the best all being done by regular hand tailors Kahn Tailoring Co Indianapolis is one of the best uptodate houses in tailory in the U S I have taken measures individualy myself for this house 10 years and guarantee satisfaction boih in fit and workmanship We defy competition cn 1his line of tailory as in Material Workmanship Fit Prices and Style We handle Michael Sterne Co of Rochester N Y clothing which is far superior to any line in this city and equal in style and fit to many tailor made suits sold here My store room has been refitted and remodled and we have an uptodate DRY GOODS and CLOTHING STORE I will start to next week to replenish my ladies st ck of Dry Goods with all the newest novelties in that market I solicit your trulo in all lines and can show you as elegant line of Dry Goods and Notions Gents Furnishings Clothing etc as any house in Central Kentucky Sign Big White Elephants R H BflTSON at B JI TSONSequal New York j ready- made accept a very lucrative position in a school Patrons of the exchange very much that she is to leave as her prompt polite and painstaking work is highly appreciated and she has made a friend of every patron of the ofllce She is a most excellent young lady and The Record joins her many friends in wishing much success and happiness in her new home Miss Annie WillLms has been very sickMr Leander Davidson continues quite ill Geo Smith Jr was in Cincinnati Wednesday Mrs J S Robinson is at home again after a visit to relatives in Paint Lick Miss Margaret Tomlinson has fr m several weeks visit to her aunt in Lexington Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexjngton has been visiting her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Danville avenue We are indebted to Miss Mattie El kin for a handsome booklet setting forth the beauties of DeLand the Anthens of Florida The weather has been very pleasant and the people are having a most delightful time Attorney W I Williams was called to Campbellsville Wednesday by the serious illness of his father Garrard county people are very proud of the record made by one of our nnmber Rev R R West whose promotion was mentioned in last issue of this paper Tuesdays Evening Times prints the following Robert It West the Kentucky Democrat ap pointed auditor of the Panama Canal Commission is making all his arrange ments to leave Washington for the new republic to take up his new Mr West secured his appoint ment solely on his merit and his rec ord for efficiency He is a native of Garrard county and came here as a clerk in one of the departments lie was promoted regularly and finally be came known as one of the best auditors in the Government From a law clerkship he became chief of a division in the Treasury then auditor of the Government Print lIe tilled this place so that the Canal selected him as their auditor and he accepted the offer In addition to hs servce for the Government Mr West has done considerable work of a religious nature He was the leader of movements which resulted in the erection of several churches in Maryland and in Virginia One of the West churches is located in Brookline Md Mr West has a wide here and Kentuckians are greatly pleased over the recent of his ability I I I service acceptably Commissioners acquaintance recognition regret returned duties executive ink Oince unnnnnnnnnnnnnE SALES Dont miss our TEMPTATION SALE Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Between 3 and 4 oclock TERMS CASH TO ALL SATURDAYS TEMPTATIONS 3 lb Standard Tomatoes t 2 Ib Standard Corn t- NavyxBeans per pound 3 Lancaster Grocery Go Dnnnnannnnnnnd i T E M P TAT ION 0 r 0 oI 0 B on 0 DO 0 0o 0 0 0 O El 1 0 0 0 BEUNA VISTA Rev Jolly filled his pulpit at Browns Chapel Sunday Mr Tan Christopher of Missouri is visiting his parents James Spillman made a business trip to Lexington last week Miss Mittle Dunn closed her school at Brights Academy last Friday Miss Bessie Bolton is visiting her aunt Mrs D B Jones at Lexington Mr Top Christopher and family are going to Missouri in a short while to Scott has sold his stock of goods to Vergil and Alpha Scott his orothers The Temperance Alliance will meet at the home of Eason Friday night Everybody invited The remains of Mrs Holsclaw of Danville were buried at Harmony burying ground last week Will and George Spillman visited their mother Mrs M A Spillman Fri day George and his wife will leave in a few days for St Angustine Florida where they will remain for several weeks has been received here of the marriage of Will Askins formerly of this place though he has been in Missouri for several years He will return to this place in a short while where he will make his future We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass OrchardGrass and Oats In fact we can supply you with any kind of seed on short notice Dout forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us tf II A B Marksbury Son PAINT LICK I Mrs Lizzie Shumate is quite sick Rev C S Young is quite sick at this writing v Mr Walter has gone to Texas on a visit Mr A B will move in the R L Jennings house Mr and Mrs Guy Rice are out after a severe spell of grip Dr Dan Burchal and daughter An nie are sick this week Miss Lutie Rcthwell of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs Lizzie Shumate Aunt Martha Brown had a slight stroke of paralysis Saturday morning Miss Allie Tribble of Richmond was the guest of Miss Nannie Camp bell Miss Jennie Parks Is visiting her sister Mrs Fannie Kilgore of Athens TexasIt with reluctancy that the pee of this place gave up that family Mr and Mrs R L Jennings Mr Rice Woods is helping in the this week Mr Kemper now has four assistances and still he could use moreMr Earnest Woods left this for AntonIo Tex to see his wife who is spending the winter there and is very much improved The ladies of the Christian church realized 12 00 from the supper they gave on the evening of the 14th Ow ing to the extreme cold weather there were not very many out We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy 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 Marksbury Son We were very sorry to learn of the removal of Dr D N Frye of Kirks ville as he had a good deal of dental practice from this place aud he be greatly missed Also the of G B Shepherd who has done more for the upbullding of that little city than any one and we hope they may prosper wherever they may Agoulzlue Burn are instantly relieved and perfectly healed ty Bucklens Arnica Salve C RIvenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at B E McRoberts druggist IQL I I i j locateA M r News home seed llal mack pIe excellent bank morn- Ing BlueGrass nAB will fam- Ily lO- cate a scar I Wynn Sao F j McCREARY Mr John Doolin is in bed with grip Messrs Roy Beazley and Steven Hill have gone to Danville on business Edd Grow of Decatur Ii is miig ling with friends here for a few days Miss Bessie Gulley has returned from NIcholasvllle where she had a most delightful visit We are glad to report Mr C Collins and Willie Kinder better both having suffered the troubles of grip Mr Wm Lackey has a new stock of groceries and is ready for a share of your patronage lIe will build a new store room as soon as weather will permit and then will carry a fullatock Business Chicken feed for sale Banks Hudson Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Lime Portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store Cut lowers Roses Carnations and Violets at Thompsons 217tf Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair arrived Come in see and your order J 11 Haselden tf Closing Out We have big bargains In every line tf Thompson the Jeweler 400 pieces music regular price 40cts to Tacts all per copy at Thompsons 217tf 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pairThompson the Jeweler Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown 127tf Banks Hudson Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle up the rThompson the Jeweler tf Flowers come as represented in three tours notice from Ed C Gaines Phone 100 2t Custom Grinding Bring your corn and get some good meal Banks Hudson Corn Crush Bring in a load and get something high class to feed Banks Hudson Use Frisbles Aftnond jEJream for cure ly120tf Drug Store If your hens not laying now come to us for a Dr Haas 20th Cen tury poultry food make them lay when every fails Only 25cts Frisbies Store 1 20 Danville Louisville and Lexington florists are represented by Ed C Gaines and in ordering flowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your he bearing all responsibility Phone 100 2t Found Mr Thos Stone found a small parcel bearing name L Kavanaugh Containing small piece of dress goods Call at this office pay fifty cents for this notice describe and get the goods It t or Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be the best ever brought to Lancaster and the in for It proves Its popularity We always have plan ty on band at low prices JaIl us up at Marksburys granary tf Jack Adams Opening Prices We will have two display sales dur the month of when gaper enced tailors from reliable houses will be here to measure you for a suit of clothes guaranteeing a perfect fit We will sell you a suit at 10 12 and 15 is 3 to 4 lower than you have goods no better this to open our business in this line and prove this lobe literally true It will pay you to hold an order for us- tf Joseph Hughes and Bargains allkinds atCurrey 210 goes at bets business banns fa or ps its a sure Only 15cts Frls ire It ill Drug and chapped es x thin else which Wed 1 o We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES HOT WATER BOTTLES CHESTPROTECTORS HAIR BRUSHES TOOTHBRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE r I I I The Finest Cut Flowers We have arranged with leading Lexington and Cincinnati florists to furnish all designs in cut flowers for weddings parties funerals etc and respectfully ask a share of your Satisfaction guaranteed Leave orders at McRoberts or Josephs stores Joseph Walter Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye 715 tf J T Williams Sons Best Paper For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far 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 bust paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140r Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 916tf We have now of Vanilla This is made by ourselves from the best Beans and is absolutely and purest you can use is no extract on the market as We want every one that likes a vanilla to try one bottle We are sure that you will be pleased Price 20 cents 120tf Frisbies Drug Store I have bought the stock of books from J C Thompson and to close out immediately will sell them for less than cost for spot cash Some fine books and a fine chance to get the very best at unusually low prices 1m Erie C Farra at Thompsons Watches Clocks Jewelry Cut glass Knives and Forks Silverware of every kind and fancy 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 tf 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 before we go Remember pay now and save cost Thompson the Jeweler tf I xxx WHO PILLS 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 Plwsicans 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 fSUSHPaiDtliiclKy i patronage b ttled our extract Me scan anilla he est Tim r g ood 210 OOC I I I I I T PRESCRIPTIONS1 That in the Throat One minute after taking One Minute 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 girl was unconcious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of One Minute Minute Cough Cure too much for what it has done in our family It always gives relief Sold by R E McRoberts Lancaster Ky lm throatnott- he Harmlessgood postmaster speedily Tickling M COY D L FRY RGGUYN RL ARNOLD J B WOODS WOODS DRECTORs J S BURROWS- W E LCFISIi The Sunshine ol Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts Witch 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 afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful Witch Haze Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Ky lm Journal 1021tf IIazelSalve Ill DeWitts Josephsstore EL Woods Prest WC Prest WG Kemper Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6tooooo SURPLUS 400000 Fish Vice Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cnt my timber 1 when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry The operations of this Bank are un 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Even if you wish to keep only a small account here you may be assur offer tf Bank of Bryantsville polesetc stateBanking thebest Commenced Business Julyl9OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Great bargains in books Erie C Farra at Thompsons Jewelry store 1m Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27tf Will Denny Point Leavell For Sale or Rent The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the Smith Currey Agts PossessIonwash- es tt i Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkjn and raise BIG CROPS Sole Agents for American Field Fence Mount Elkin lii Land Stock Crops In Western Texas the recent bliz zird was the worst in and cattle men esti mate their losses in the hun dreds of thousands of dollars The cattle huddled In bunches and starved rather than move B F Hudson sold to Beazley of Paint Lick his crop of tobacco weighing 15090 pounds at ten cents per pound It was grown on part of Jno Gill farm now owned by Mr Hudson An experienced Missouri corn grow er says that when a crop of sixty to the acre secured the corn costs thirteen cents a bushel to for fifty bushels it is fifteen cents for forty bushels eighteen cents for thirtyfive bushels twentytwo cents and for thirty bushels thirty cents These figures says the Ledger are not far out of the way and it is thus easy to know when you are selling corn below the cost productionIf worms are likely to be poison them before planting corn It Is no use doing so after the corn is up as they will prefer the to the poison Mix Paris green with bran moistened so that it will stick in balls and drop these over field or dip bunches of green clover in Paris green mixed in water and drop these in the field A Decatur Ohio special says In almost every community there are persons who excel the average in lines of work Such a one is Mr Samuel Woods of this place in and selling tobacco Ile raised his first crop in 1855 and last one in 1904 missing four years between these two dates He has sold it for 25 cents a pound and 15 additional for superior handling He has received from two acres of ground S025 J A Beazley Undertaker 1 i II 4 n- acres bushels Is produce Albany troublesome corn together spec- Ial II years rating s i j Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 Accountsare now due and I must have the money Please call and settle at once Winter Meat Eating The Poor Stomach Tale of Woe Itliomi 1 Needed At this season of the year of are already showing the ill 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 Miona is the one medicine that a natural digestion that the stomach that soothes and heals all irritation congestion and in the stomach or bowels It is this that makes it a certain and guaranteed cure for all stomach troub lesIf the digestion is impaired the blood is impoverished and becomes with poisonous impurities whole system and causing sickness aiid suffering Miona acting upon the stomach and digestive organs cures sleeplessness nervous troubles headaches backaches and general weaknessand debility If you are weak and ailing the chances are that it Is due to a diseased stomach but you can bef cured by Mio na Ask R E McRoberts the drugist to show you the strong guarantee under which Miona is sold Miona costs but 50c a box It it does not help you the price is absolutely nothing Sold by R E McRoberts lm T 4 J J 1 4 4 I I J I o n My j D I Till e t f1l1 Nov thousands symptomsthat assures strengthens inflammation filled deranging using I t i Sallie 1 More cntMa wore recalved in Chica go during the pat inuntU tf January ever were counted iu during that month Arrivals figure around 20000 more than for January last year when the banner January figures were made up All told 1725000 head of stock came into the Chicago yards month being the most ever received in Janu ary and probably the largest monthly total on record Receipts of swine of the initial month of the year are the largest since 1892 or around 10000 or including 87000 direct to packers con siderably over 1000000 head the lar best second January receipt on record We uninformed town fellows fail to see why Kentucky is not bound to suffer a horse famine ere long or why every farmer should not now be busy breeding and rearing the noble animal Besides the constant drain now made upon us bv the New Orleans and a dozen other Southern markets tens of thousands of the same sort of general utility horses are going abroad Hors es to the number of 3l7f0 and valued 2303383 were exported during the eight months ended August 31 1903 The European countries are all short of good draft and coach horses and if we had enough good our own market demands export trade 10000 to 15000 per month Fanners who breed high class horses will be sure of high prices as the world wants more good ones and America is the chief country that breeds to suit with size and beauty Shelby Record rJbuisuille Tobacco Market Toial sales in this market last weep were 2027 hhds against 3219 hhds corresponding week of last year To tal receipts last week 1797 hhds against 2309 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last weep were 549 hhds 21 per cent of the auction sales against 10 per cent the proceeding week Of the total sales hhds were Burley and 549 hhds were dark tobacco There has been no quotable change in the Burley market this week the medium and good grades of red kinds have been a little irregular and a trifle easy Anything however which could be classed as line leaf selections was in good demadd and prices were gen orally satisfactory though there was little of this grade offered Colory types were in good demand and were even harder to buy than last week Farmers Home Journal The Kentucky Farmer and Brooder says There are about 185000 steers and heifers sold out of Kentucky for the butcher every year Of this mini ber 45000 are for export 50000 are second grade and go to the easern markets or Chicago 60000 are con sumed at home and 30000 are shipped into Kentucky to be fattened on the distillery slop and then shipped East or West for the butcher The average export steer weighs 1400 pounds the second class steer about 1100 and the majority of them consumed at home weigh from 800 pounds down the scale to the lightest weight that fits the gentle little the mar ken The average price paid for the cattle of all kinds bought and sold in Kentucky last year that is 1904 was 3 cents a pound so that by a little figuring it will be seen that the cattle business in this State is n small in dustry Mrs J C Clouse is quite sick Mr J W Coldiron is convalescent Mose Lawson visited his parents on cedar creek Friday Mr Jim Miller and family visited at Mrs Florence Cormneys Mr Jim Smith of Paint Lick was up to see his best girl Sunday Miss Millie Spainhower is going to Indiana to visit her Aunt Rev A J Murrell preached Saturday and Sunday at Wallaceton Miss Susie Maryman visited with Miss Myrtle Cormney for several days Rev A C Baird has returned home and filled his accustomed place in time pulpit at Harmony church Sunday Miss Eva Marvman will teach a spring school at Miss Eva is a young but ardent teacher and deserves the patronage of the peopleWe are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass Millets 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 II A B Marksbury Son The Markets LOUISVILLE Ky FEB 22 4 p si CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers Medium to good shipping steers Choice butcher steers Medium to ood butchers Common to medium butchers Good to choice feeders Common to medium feeders Good to extra stock steers Common to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heifers Common to medium stock heifers light mixed stockers Medium to good bulls Choice veal calves Common to medium calves HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 tbs Medium packers 160 to 200 lbs Choice 120 to ICO Ibs Choice pigs 90 to 120 IbSj Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs Roughs ISO to 500 Ibs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fair to good f Common to medium i Bucks 4 Extra shipping lambs Best bntcherlambs Common JM 50 5 00 i 375 4 25 3 25 a 75 2 50 3 25 3 25 4 00 2 75 3 50 2 CO 2 75 2 00 250 150 200 50 2 00 2 75 5 00 G 00 4 00 5 CO u than horsesabove on 033 pounds Beechwood OrchardGrass 004 50 2 22 50 2 OO 2 to 300 500 500 light ship 4 q 50 45 450 OO 2 OOI t0 G 50 50 350 g W hof t fri qn last fat would take heifer for F1LAI WOOD S Plain 75 400450 3 400 150Q 250 5 tall endlambs Rastus Is Coming There are 9204531 negroes in the United States including Porto Rico and Hawaii tenths of them live in the third of its popula tion 77 per cent work on 740000 farms of which 21 per cent are abso lately and 4 per cent by negroes There are 21000 negro car pouters 20000 barbers and nearly as many doctors 10000 ministers 15000 masons 14000 dressmakers 10000 en gineers and firemen 5000 shoe mak ers 4000 musicians 2000 actors and showmen 1000 lawyers which seems too many Since 1890 negro illiteracy has sunk from 57 to 445 per cent Everybodys Magazine u I Nine Southone partia1J owned Y STAND PREEMINENTLY AHEAD- of all other stocks IN QUALITYan- dare the most economical to better land is not filled I lice of Seeds for Garden or j Alfalfa Rape Grass end Clover Seeds Seed Oat Seed Corn Seed Potatoes Forage Crops Vegetable end Flower Seeds I COLD JlEDAIj AWARDED ST 1901 Our New Catalogue giving full c tion about Cultivation Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN use takes less You obtain stands Your with noxious weeds the and most complete farm Inns informs LOUISVILLE KENTUOKY It seed we etc FREE ON REQUEST write tnla One Womanin ten thousand may have the to indulge her taste for outdoor sports The nine thousand nine hun dred and ninetynine others must remain shut in to a sort of perpetual slavery from which there is no escape It is these shutin women who suffer most from wom anly diseases and when they are cured and made strong by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription are eager to point the way of health to some other sufferer I do not wonder that you call your med icine the Favorite Prescription after the help it has been to me Bertha Treasurer Young of Christain Endeavor Presbyterian Church residing at 1600 East roth Street Kansas Mo Was so weak and sick I could raise head having con stant backache and headache Two bottles of Dr Pierces medicine made me a well woman and since then it has been Fa vorite Prescription too Have advised a of my who were suffering to use it and ha b that has without exception Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulcer ation and cures female weakness It is unequaled as a tonic for rundown wornout women Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Ad dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y opportunity dl who It liss helpedall BOURNE Sam sold 7 shoats to Job Mar see for 1400 W M McWlllams sold his farm to James Brattou for MrR C Broaddus sold his stock of goods to Dunn Morford Mr James Ledger of Ilyattsvillc visited relatives here Sunday Mr Joseph Turner and wife visited his parents at Hyattsville last week Mrand Mrs Edd Simpson of Tcatcis ville visited Mrs Jennie Broaddus last week Misses Rovesta Turner and Loa Dun can were guests of Miss Mayme Sunday Mr Thadeu Aldridge of Stanford and Miss Edith Ham of this place were united in marriage Wednesday evening Rev G W Thompson olllciat Ing We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy Blue Grass OrchardGrass Millets ana 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 tf 11 A B Marksbury Son Grave Trouble Forseeu It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badlv affected grave trouble is ahead unless vou take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs J no A Young of Clay N V 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 what I needed for they quickly re lieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under by R E McRoberts druggist at 50c a bottle lm Rains 3000 Adams a C guarantee UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood O OOC OOOOOOO I I I X X 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 tleal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue UnderwoodTypewriterCoForth Louisville Ky X I The lX X d First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair 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 miueralsthese are exam ples of Southwests Open Door to Success Write for illus crated literature or better still Go and See For Yourself An ounce of peronal investigation is worth a pound of description Exceptionally Low Rates OOOOC OOC OCOOQOCXOit 1 III the rt GEO II LEE G P A Little Hock ArKaiiHHB II I McGUIRE Dist FasH Afft Cincinnati Ohio The 1st and 3rd TUBsdays of Bach Month I 11 for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Those new PHOTOGRAPHSH that are being made at the Fox Branch StudioJ jg are certainly best ever They cant be equaled any where Not Hard to Buy but Hard to Forget j Every piece of work sure to please Mr Pettus Webster one of the finest experts in the South will be at the Studio every Ion Seen Them Z493 2 f 2 o f 2 o o o O v m1a7 m Have R OOOG00000 00000000000000000000000 000003 f 4 0 p 0 0 t- a m0000000 O 0uJO0000 0000000 O OG OhO0000a0 1 r FRIDAY of each week Come and let him take your picture If pleased tell your friends Remember he comes on I in I m Kinnaird NSURANG AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob North British Merchautilee Commisioners sale of Personal Property Garrard Quarterly Court Burnam Baker Pl1f vs William Kavanaugh Dft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Quarterly Court rendered at its November Term 1904 in the above styled case the undersigned as Special Commissioner in said case will on FEBRUARY 27th 1005 publicly in front of the Court House uoor in the City of Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described personal property towitOne black mare about fifteen hands high about six years old and named Daisy and one bay horse named about ten yeers old and about hands high which property be that of the defendant and against which a lien was adjudged in the above styled action in favor of the above named Plaintiff to secure the payment of the following The amount to be raised from the sale of this property is the sum of Hftythree dollars and seventy cents 53 70 with six per cent interest from the 9th day of November 1904 until day of sale making a total of 5468 together with 89 05 costs of this action to 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 the other will not be sold but if the said one horse rails to bring the said indebtedness then both horses wilt be sold TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of three months purchaser will be to execute bond with good and sulllcient security for said purchase cent interest from day ot sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if said bond is not paid at ma turity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold for the of the purchase motley Pos session of said property will be given the purchaser upon day of sale after his compliance with the above terms This February 6th 1905 JM Comr Garrard Quarterly Court Herndon Swinebroad for Plfl i I I FollOWlll Life Ins Co gf Hartford fifteen In Indebtedness thereon required undersignedSpecial payment ROTHWELL e resell 111 011 Mlle tea 00 Charley DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATbottle contains 24 trial which sells 50 E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERT3 Lancaster K r DYSPEPSIA CURE The 100 tlm the sIte for cents PREPARED AT Till tACORATORY OF d ONLY f Friday Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British March 1st to May 15 1905 Hound Trip Homeseekers Tickets special days Write at once for and maps to luv F SCIIWKGKL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Tlv 407 Rldir Cincinnati O 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 bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper 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 McKoberts Lancaster Ky Dlserved 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 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 Found Odd Notice iu Prominent Southern Paper olIuCertut to Lancaster Itealdeiiln One of the best known newspapers 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 by the editor of the Guide a bottle of Ilyomel the wonderful treatment that cures catarrh without stomach dosing We can speak in highest praise of its remarkable power to cure and relieve catarrh of the head and throat This mention is made not as an advertisement but in the in terest of those who suffer the torture of that terrible disease catarrh In sending the clipping Mr Pitman wrote the following letter- I enclose a little piece from my issued today You will see from this that I desire to push the selling of Hyomei as far as possible 1 am it in my own family and find that it gives the desired relief so that I take pleasure in spreading far and near the knowledge of this sure relief for catarrh McRoberts fn preparation for the catarrhal troubles of this season of the year has ordered a large stock of Hyomei and sells it under guarantee to refund the money if it does not re lieve The complete outfit costs but 1 ana extra bottle can be obtained for 50cts Ask him to show you the strong guarantee under which he sells it This remarkable remedy medicates the air you breath soothing and heal the mucous membrane of the air and making a complete cure worst case of catarrh For sale McRoberts lm n Columbia information Give Your Slolliach u Rest gas I pleasant and paper using R E ling J o Traction aim E t t ilS Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re suIts from a cold I There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Folsys Honey and taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and- strengthen your langs Remember name Honey and refuse any j substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foleys Honey and Tar that costs you no more and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said Had Consumption E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave ma so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs since that time Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The SO cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale byr CC JE Stormes HONEY and TEAR CURES PRfE1Er TS- PneumOii a rmd- Consumption rcoughsthe I FoleY 9 Tarand j I So LrrtS a n a Tars tbs Ho- I fIERCESFAVORiTE R J t FO R WEEA61 Wanted 100 MINK and SKUNK j SKINS And other raw furs nt extremely high prices Address A E Ill KKIIAUDT 1NTEUXATIOMA1 Flat IUISUC11ANT CINCINNATI OHIO COUCH CURE THE LUNGS ONSUIHPTION Price I OUGHSand 50c100OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK lA- ND WITH Dr New Discovery FOR i I KILL a 9 1 POSTED The 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 H C Miller W S Ferguson W R Cook W L Lawson ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all 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 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H Agent Lancaster Kentucky J c 5 I T LOGAN e f men