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THE CENTRAL RECORD JflFTEKSTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 3 1905 NUMBBB49 A I terns of Local Interest L j 11 1 J Money tor school teachers has arriv ed Bring your reports and get pay The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church will give a social on the evening of March the 10th Particulars later The Aid Society will have a Friday and Saturday March 10th and 11th at the post ollice Sun bon nets baby bonnets beauty bonnets dust caps We wouldnt trade places with the King of England this week Our friend Tom Wall brought us a large jar of fresh maple molasses and we have bien in clover knee deep J C Thompson sold his ginseng roots 7Gfja remarkably good price TIe has a lot of plants and seeds which he will sell at reasonable prices There is a lot of money in ginseng and it will pay someone to raise it J S Parks who recently sold his farm near Marcellus to Ribt Rose of Owsley county moved this wek to Ilarrodsburg where he will res de Mr Parks Is a good citizen and we regret to lose him The Christian Endeavor of the Prep byterian church will give an church tomorrow Fri day night and the public is cordially invited to attend The exercises will begin at 730 sharp This ollice is getting out a new tele plone directory for the Bahtin Co so many new phones having been put in that the old card is almost useless It will be in book form and contain a bitf lot of advertising matter Capt Phil Price who runs the day trains is again crippled up with and has gone to Hot Springs Capt Parker is running in his place The latter has made many friends on the Branch who are always glad to see him The meeting Camp M D Logan ever held was that on Monday and was very enjoyable for the old Confederate Veterans Mr Joe II Arnold was reelected com mander R R Denton adjutant Win Hamilton secretary and C G Thomp son chaplain R E McRobcrts license to sell liquor as druggist for medical purposes ex prcd last Monday and he declined to renew on account of worry caused by handling it As everybody knows Mr McRoberts complied with the law in every particular but he did not care to handle liquor and will keep none in his store For the Steenth Time For the 57G985th time we wish to say that unsigned are given no attention in any printing ollice All newspapers are pleased to have brief wellwritten articles but a longwinded unsigned document stands about as much show as a in the fInal home of the wicked Sign your articles that we may know from whence they came and if we cannot print them we want to exercise proper courtesy by answering your letter Mr Jas W Elmore was called to lat week by the death of his grandmother Mrs Julia Ann Elmore who died at the home of her son Mr S D Elmore Tuesday night Feb 21st aged 00 She was the widow of Thos D Elmore Before marriage she was a Miss Coffman and was born and icared in Jessamine county and was a sister of the late S D Coflman of Wilmorc She was one of a family of longlived people A sister Mrs Kitty Morrison died Feb 19 in Missouri aged 84 Two other sisters survive her Mrs Tucker of Mercer county and Mrs Susan McCrohan Mrs El more died in the house in which she had lived for fifty two years She had been a member of the Christian church for seventytwo years and was a woman of fine character Going South The Glasgow Times says that from one railroad alone 487 home seeking passengers have been ticketed to a single Alabama county and letters received in their former northern homes indicate that many of them are proposing to remain in the south The immigration southward is largely due to the severity of the present winter One blizzard has swept the train of another all over the north states during a period of nearly three months and nearly two more months of bad weather are feared in the north Farming and especially stock farming in the regions of a climate such as that is discouraging and to the Gulf States a land of fertile soil mild climate and reasonable prices With immigration and the building of the Panama canal a new era of prosperity will again open up for the South a section that was once the garden spot of the world and that will one day again assume the supremacy to which it is entitled by reason of its magnificent agricul tural and commercial resources bonnets tie etc2t at entertainment at time rheumatism best attended 1 a I 1 communicationsI Elmore i I Y northi 43 snowball Versailles t Farm Wanted Good place containing about forty acres with dwelling Must be within few miles of Lancaster For particu lars call at this office Court Day A good many people came in Mon dry but the weather was miserable and business was slow There were about 200 head of cattle at Estes pens about half sold at from 31 to 3J cts Mr Estes says there was a demand for cattle but the price was a little stilT A Good Record Danville Advocate The many friends of Mr henry G Sandifer will be glad to learn that he is able to be out after being confined to his bed for four days with a severe case of grip During his fortyfour years with the Boyle Bank this te the first time that he has been kept from his d sk for four consecutive days by sickness A Stitch In Time The moving picture show at court house Wednesday evening was by a large crowd The whistling and catcalling indulged in by some youngsters was proof or lack of training in some homes A boy can b3 a gentleman as well as those of mature ale and if the young idea Is taught to shoot the aim at that period is likely to be even better than when old age makes his nerves un steady The Voice Of The Turtle Signs of warm weather have a good effect on our friend Editor id he is now listening for the voice of the turtle lie says in Tuesdays Tournal A few more days like last Sunday and the beautiful voice of the turtle will be filling the land melody flowers will appear on the earth and the time of the singing of birds will come for winter will be past and the rain over and gone A Fitting Opportunity An event that is looked to by the good dressers of Lan caster is the visitation to the store of Joseph Mercantile Co of the cutter and fitter from Schloss Bros Co the well known Baltimore tailoring house He will be here March 17th and 18tlr with patterns of the very latest Spring and Summer fabrics and a tend of information lhatxullbe help fill to every good dresser If you like to wear well fitting clothes that cost no more than the ordinary drop in and see the tempting array of stylish textures Appendicitis Killing off Quail The number of quail in Central has been greatly reduced by a disease which the local doctors say is similar to appendicitis in human be So many birds were found dead or ill it was at first thought that was using poison and arrests were even made on suspicion But with the investigation developed the fact that quail were dying from the effect of eating too many grapes the seeds lodging in the small intestines closely resembling ths vermiform of human beings and causing inflamma thou We Stole Clays Thunder The editor of The Record has been doing a lot of laughing in his sleeve over the fact that the snake stories ap pearing in this paper have been credi ted to our good friend Mr II Clay Sut ton whose ability as a writer is well known all over the state Clay didnt like the idea a little bit but we in tended to keep a silent tongue and en joy hearing the people kid him However Miss Mary Elizabeth Marks bury the splendid Marcellus corres pondent to the Danville Advocate lets the cat out of the bag in the fol lowing neat and highlyappreciated jolly In letter of last Neck Clay was credited as the author of the snake story that appeared in a recent issue of the Central Record at Lancas ter but it seems the guess was a wrong one It is not generally known that Garrard county has developed anoth er snake story teller but Mr Landram the versatile editor has assumedthat role and is giving to his readers some thrilling stories along that line Mr Sutton is giving his attention to cray on work and both are throwing sun shine into many lives ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE Our Cincinnati Post Offer Will Be Withdrawn in a Few Days Come Running Our low rates offered on the Cincin nati Post and Central Record brought in many orders and the people appre ciate our effort to get them a daily pa per to give all the markets and gener al news of the day at a low price Not withstanding our statement that we must have the entire 225 in advance several wanted us to only receive that portion for the Post and let The Rec ords part wait We can not and will not do that as the price on both pa pers is cut almost in half Send or bring us 225 and you will receive The Record and Post one year The Post is printed every day at noon and gets into Lancaster at 826 that night If you live in the country you will have the Post next morning connection enjoyed Walton- a with California somebody Sutton early groper forward C ngs Explanatory While we believe in protecting the home merchants against itinerant dealers we feel that the imposition of a license on the home merchant in to keep the foreigner out often works a hardship on both the and the merchant and if a license will keep the itinerant away his busi ness could not have been considerable The home man is often a liberal tax payer and It is certainly not equitable to put him on an equal footing with the traveling man Yet Federal in terference favois tIlls when action Is taken against the itinerant but we are not compelled to take action if a hardship follows Again the law permits a license on all occupations and it is certainly not equitable to select one occupation and place a license on it alone thus dis criminating against that occupation and ignoring the fixed rule of equality and uniformity in taxation There are many who concur with us in this opinion Yet if the courts adjudge the license of on merch ant tailoring valid we will pay it for we want our share of the trade R II Batson M D Hughes Jacob Joseph II C Hamilton Death of Judge Sandifer After an illness of several months Judge Sandifer died at the home of his soninlaw Prof II K Taylor at Beechmont near Louisville Friday was in his eightyseventh year and had been in failing health for some time The funeral services were held in Danville Sunday the interment taking place at the Danville cemetery Judge Sandifer was well known to our older citizens having resided in many years ago lie held the ollice of county judge and was one of Garrards most useful men For many years he traveled for a wholesale house and we have of ten heard him tell in teresting experiences he had while on the road in his wagon there few railroads at that time Judge Sandifer was as pure as noble and as honorable Christian gentleman as Kentucky ever produced and his many noble traits won for him a home in that Temple not made by hands eternal in the Heavens lIe is by eleven children four of whom were at his bedside when the end came The children areas follows Henry Sandifer cashier of time Boyle National Bank Charles Sandifer of Georgetown Jos P Sandifer of Cov ington George C C D and Cash San difer Mrs II K Taylor and Mrs Mar maduke Bowden of Louisville Mrs Marshall Hill Mrs Gabbert of St Joseph Mo and Mrs Batee of Den ver Col A reunion of Judge Saudi fers children was held about at which all of them were present The Danville Advocate says He was in his eightyeighth year and for the past eight years had been making his home with his daughter near Louisville The funeral services were conducted by Dr E H Pearce and Ryan Commandery Knights Templar of which at the time of his death Judge Sandifer was the oldest member and took place yesterday morning at 1030 at the Centenary Methodist church and the interment was made in cemetery Dr J M Worrall officiat ing at the grave Judge Sandifer was born March 18 1818 He united with the Methodist church at Danville in 1810 In August 1845 he married Miss Greene and to them were born eleven children ten of whom survive with twentythree grand children He was for twelve years Judge of the county court of Garrard and declined to stand for reelection although earnestly importuned by friends to do so He was a man of pow erful physical constitution never be ing ill for a single day during a period of twentyseven years while undergo ing all the exposure of a commercial traveler which occupation he followed until he was seventy seven years of age He never let anything interfere with his religious duties He was a great reader and especially of the Bi bleThe old testament had been read through according to marks on his bi ble six times the new testament 244 times and five times in January 1905 and one time between January 25th and January 29th He was made a Mason in Morrison Lodge Danville in 1840 and was Past Master and Past High Priest He was created Knight Templar In Ryan Commandery 17 1890 in Danville He was a man of stainless integrity sympa thetic to serve and help the needy thoughtful and faithful to his obliga tions ever devoted to the highest best welfare of his family and the good of his fellowmen Probably no man as a Christian in sixty years of fellowship in Boyle county held and served higher standards of duty and good will to those about him His was in great resignation peace triumph his last words by notable co incidence being those of the late Phillips Brooks of want to go home Judge Sandifer was tenderly and lovingly revered by his family and no man had more de voted and faithful friends in every walk of life A noble life is ended not ended here below for In the of his life for righteousness dead yet speaketh T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky M consumer 50 lIe Lancaster being survived MaryJ and end and Bishop BostonI yet being order tivcyears ago Belle- vue November influence Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Ws Are In Miss Scott Petty who has been very sick is better Miss Forest Denton has been her sisier Mrs Victor Lear Mrs PattieEngleman of Paint Lick has been visiting Lancaster relatives Mr and Mrs Chas Denman spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Alex West Miss Cordelia Hamilton left Wed nesday for a weeks visit in Louisville Miss Dove Harris of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Sim Anderson Mrs J M Farra who has been very ill with rheumatism continues to im proveMrs Goorge McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her aunt Mrs Charles BallewMiss Minnie Woods of Stanford was the guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside Mrs J Roe Young of Chicago is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs W G AndersonMiss Dickerson and sister Mrs Brown of Nicholasville were visitors here this week Mr Leslie Herndon of the Railway Mail Service spent a few days at home this week Mrs George Robinson and children of Lincoln her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs Pauline Rigney who has been suffering very much with a carbuncle on her arm is better The friends of little Mary Lee Lear will be sorry to know she is suffering with iuflamatory rheumatism Judge Hemphill left today for Washington for a brief visit to his charming daughter Miss Theo Wm B Stone recently appointed in mail service has been given a run be tween Cincinnati and Nashville Richmond Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster has been her sister Miss Callie Adams As we go to press all hope of Jno F Lears recovery has been abandoned and his death is expected at any time Misses Mary and Martha Girl have been visiting their sister Miss Helen who is attending the Conservatory of Music Cincinnati Miss Laura Bright Doty has return ed to her home in Lexington after spending several weeks with her aunt Miss Lena Bright Mr Chenault Elmore who has been working for the Q C railroad has been at home for a few days lie came home ill and is some better Mr Ed C Walton editor of the Interior Journal was here Mon day and paid The Record force a pleas ant call Mr Walton is one of the big gesthearted and best fellows in the world and the Journal one of the best papersDanville George Jean has been spending the week with Gar rard county relatives Dr and Mrs H Pearce will leave next week for a months visit to their son Eugene at Clear Water Harbor Florida Mr A J House and Mrs Jessie Bur dett were quietly married Thursday afternoon at the Presbyterian parson age Rev C M Chumbley officiating After the ceremony the couple drove to home of Mrs McMillian where a re ception was tendered them We had a most delightful visit from our good friend Mr W C Price of Dan ville Friday afternoon He told us the cartoon of Messrs Will Ferguson Jas A Burnside and Tink Anderson created much amusement among the Danville friends of these gentlemen especially the fishermen Lancaster friends have received in vitations to the marriage of Editor Sam W Menefee of the Danville Ad vocate and Miss Helen Cassell Taylor of that city The wedding will take place in the Trinity Episcopal church Tuesday morning the 7th of March at eleven oclock Mr Menefee is one ot the best and most popular editors in the state and his brother newspa per men wish him all the happiness it is possible in this world Mr John M Duncan was quite ill for a short time last week and his legion of friends are glad to know that his condition was not as serious as first re ports had it He had been suffering from grip and while sitting in front of the fire fainted He soon out of danger and is now rapidly recover ing There is no more popular man in Garrard county nor do we know a more honorable upright Christian gentle man Richmond Climax The Methodist parsonage was the scene of a quiet marriage on last Wednesday the con tracting parties being Mr W B Duer son and Mrs Allie Powell the ceremo ny being performed by Rev J W Crates The bride is a daughter of Mr John of Lancaster and is an at tractive brunette She Is a young woman of rare sweetness of disposi tion and numbers her friends by her acquaintances The happy groom is a son of Mr W T Duerson of this coun visit- Ing J C visiting NewsDr E toobtain vas LeaveIl are visiting Pan C Stanford ty and is one of our most substantial young farmers Mr and Mrs Duerson left immediately for Wellington where they will make their home Stanford are glad to state to our Garrard county readers that we have secured the services of Miss Margaret Mount the bright and attractive daughter of Mr J M Mount of Lancaster as correspondent from that place She will begin with Fri days issue and a newsy letter may be The Record congratulates Bro Wal ton upon securing the assistance of this accomplished and lovely young lady The people of his home town cer tainly rejoice that Bob Hughes has met with so much success since in Louisville His rise in the news paper business was rapid while his se lection as secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Association at the Worlds Fair was something remarkable for one of his years Now that he has been made secretary of the Commer cial Club the leading business organi zation of the South his many friends are rejoicing and exceedingly glad The thing that brings joy to us is the fact that all these honors will not cause Bob to suffer from a case of the bighead He is the same good na tured wholesouled bighearted Bob as of old and wears the same I Kansas JournalWe subsequentissues locating size hat he wore when posing as a Lan caster Reube Nine out of every ten fellows who secure some appointment or position of importance develop in to a demphool as naturally as a tad pole turns into a frog but this rule did not hold good with Bob and he is always glad to see any of the Hay seeds from Home This character istic is one a country paper can seldom proclaim of fellows who have resigned as chief pilot of the old brindle cow and gone to the city to seek fortune and fame All success to you old fel low Rev Dodge will preach at Fairview Christian church the 2nd Sunday iti March They want everybody to give as much as they can A B Arnold 1 Get in the Habit of visiting The Joseph I The most complete and Hand somest stock of Spring and Sum mer Dry Goods Dress Goods tions Etc ever brought to this market I New Spring Goods Now Arriving 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 I THE Joseph Mercantile C- oI I Ilercdnhile Co0000- 00000000000000000000oooooaooooooooo ooooooooaaaaooooooo ooe No We 000000000000000000000000000oooooa ooooo000000oooooaoooosooooo0000 Get Ready for Uptodate Tailoring I can show you the largest line of samples for spring suits ever shown in this city Suits to measure from 250 to 5000 We know how to take your measure and guarantee to fit and please We represent the following upto date The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Burn Co Chicago Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago Illinois Tailoring Co Chicago T LOGAN r il I I SEEI1WGI IIII I Merchant I I I I your tailoringestablishments H J rr III IJ t H i1 f 1 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III III I II tit ttII t t t t t t I t t W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr Leavell J J Walker TM Arnold 11111111111111 11101 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I f IIIiIit1111111111111111111 IiI111111111111111111111111111111fl1 i1111111111 1111111111111111111111111011111IIJIIIIII111111111111111111111111111111111 t Ii i MCOY R G GUYN JB WOODS FISH DLFRY BORROWS DIRECPOR9 R L ARNOLD J w C BL WOODS Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers Fully Protected and Casuality InsuranceII J r are by Fidelity r l CENTRAL Jssiucd Weekly iooper Yecif LOUIS Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster fyatSecondClatt Matt Matter Lancaster Ky March J igo5 It would be an excellent idea if orthodox church would organize a branch club of the Dont Knock for its members says Ella Wheeler Wilcox Here are some quo tations from the club book We believe individual who conscientiously follows the doctrine of the Order of Dont Knock will be led to all things which constitute a perfect life We believe that the practice of speaking ill of our fellow men other wise knocking is detestable un brotherly and uncharitable We believe it our duty to conceal the imperfections of our fellows pro vided their actions are not of great menace to the welfare of community and do all we can by precept and ex ample to show them where they err We believe that many lives are ruin ed daily that many hearts are made miserable and many men and women driven to desperation by the despica ble practice of knocking We believe that many people judge others by their own standard and that because they are not tempted or to resist doing some particular thing they consider wrong they feel themselves warranted in despising and criticising those who are weaker than themselves or whose opinions differ with their own We believe that many people to themselves the fact that they are better than others And we be lieve this to be foolishly egotistical and that they should give credit to the proper source for any virtues they may possess Col Jack Clunn was introduced to President Roosevelt last week and the papers say the two chatted and laughed for some time Col Chinn told the President that he was a Roosevelt Democrat which state mentamused Mr Roosevelt very much Wonder if Cot Chinn told him of the tine fox hunting Garrard We venture to say he gave the of every dog the Walker boys own Members of the Chicago Musicians Union who play in restaurants are two dollars more a week on the ground that they will soon be call ed upon to play Wagnerian music The proprietors had better save the twodollars and at the same time have music consistent with restaurant feed by sticking to Bill Bailey Bede Ha and other little Sunday scion songs The ball at Mr Roosevelts will be the swellest ever Kit en on similiar occasions and much is being printed as to preparations The President will be there but will not hit a lick We will venture the that he would much prefer to an oldfashioned country and if the fiddler was a good one Mr R would shake his brogans through one set at least A Baltimore doctor says a man can do but little after he reaches the age of forty As he hasnt as much sense as a fieldlark until he reaches the age of thirtylive his days of usefulness are few indeed according to the pill givers way of figuring A man has been found in sippi who has no brains at all an having robbed him of his corru gated matter In appearance and ac tion the man is all right He will doubtless be given a chair in some big college Major Carrington of the U S army in the Philippines has been sentenced to prison for sixty years and five days for falsifying vouchers The five days will be about all the time the Major will serve as he has a good strong pull and that will keep any out of jail in these hustling times An Iowa girl went through college in boys clothes mistaken throughout the four years of her course as a shy mild mannered youth It goes with out the saying that she never joined any of the college fraternities A college president declares that freshmen know more than they did As a freshman knows more at his age than anyone else old or young his stock of knowledge must unmeasurableEvery some noted doctor comes to the front with a discovery The latest tomfoolery along this line is from an Englishphysician who says that excessive drinking of water appendicitisThe a man was the sub ject discussed by a Louisville preacher last week In a hot election along late in the day we have seen them bring a pretty good figure A Philadelphia special says a girl is being entertained by an emperor If she were a Kentucky girl it would be the emperor who was being entertained A fashion paper says ball gowns lower in the back this year than last This being the case a yard of goods will make a ball dress The labor organizations should be particular to learn that Mrs Roose delis gown is union made S a LAND RAM that each arrogate Bryan name demanding I inauguration assertion witness hoedown nan Boston accident formerly causes Philadelphia r RECORA every Society ether arable herein Miss quarter o inauguration Dall Y e are t HYATT8Y1I IB Mrs Jack Hyatt fell and hurt her armDave Henry sold his crop of tobacco for eight cents We are glad to report that Mrs II C Arnold is improving Mrs Mary Swope will finish her fall school this week at this place Every body ask Frazier Hurt to tell them his famous pumpkin story There seems to be a great attraction at Hyattsville for the McCreary boys Jim and Henry Sanders visited their sister Mrs Hughes Aldridge last week Frank Pierce bought a hundred combined horse from Mr Creech of HackleyMiss Hurt visited her Mrs Charles number of Lancaster last week Brutus Cotten Dock and Muck Hen dren attended a dance at Danville last Friday night Miss Lillie Pierce entertained two of her little friends Flossie and Viola Tribble Sunday Mr Stephen Walker entertained his friends last week with a rabbit supper eating fourteen rabbits Mrs Will and little son Will Kavanaugh visited her parents Mr and Mrs Clay Arnold Mr Henry Arnold purchased a very handsome buggy in Danville girls for the first ride Mr John Hurt the merchant at this place and family contemplate going to California this spring All his friends regret giving him up PIIEAU11K11SV1LLE John Anderson Esq was at home Sunday MrE Foley will go to the mountains in a few days tp buy cattle R D Garrison is rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound Girl Frank Grose was visiting Mr John Lawson and family Sunday Mr Sam Carpenter was in Madison County last week on business Mrs Bryant Ballard was visiting her Daughter Mrs Estie at Stanford last week Mrs Jessie Taylor is thought to be improving though her condition is very critical bras Woods and Willie Rogers of Paint Lick was with J P Rogers one night last week J M Cress bought a mule from Thus Stigall for and sold the same to D M Anderson for 15000 Mr G A Brown our boss hemp has sold his hemp to Stanford for4 GO per hundred Mrs William Lawrence of Gilberts Creek was visiting her mother Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw last week Mr Horas Miller who has had grip for some time was able to go to Broad head on business last Friday Rev B C Horton of Millersburg and Robert Ilorton of Illinois was was with their motner here last week Master Earl Thompson has been with his GrandFather and mother Mr and Mrs A J Thompson for two weeks Mr James Thompson went to Saturday to have Dr Brown bleed him He says to get rid of some of the bad blood though the Dr left a plenty however FJiTWOOD W H Furr has a number of good milk cows for sale cheap Mr Ben Cormney of Lancaster was visiting home Rev A J Murrell went to Mt Hebron to preach Saturday and Sun day N L and L W McQuerry bought the Arch Ross farm from Mr neau for 000 Geo Miller sold a horse to Thos Ramsey for 875 and bought one from George Rogers for 70 There will be preaching at Lawsons Chapel Sunday and Sunday night by the Pastor Rev Jordan Dr Farris reports J W Cold iron some better and thinks he is now in on danger of blood poison Mr Nods the pleasant drummer for Kellog Co of Richmond is the humane maQ we ever knew He was at Flatwood last Monday driving animal but the mud was so deep became so sorry for her he got out of the buggy and thought hed ride Finally he concluded hed be still and started back to Richmond leading We were not near enough to catch only a few of the endearing words while he spoke to the beautiful creature Horace Wheeler is very sick at this writingMiss Simpson is up after a very severe spell of grippe Mr Morris Ross sold to Joe A Ross one heifer at 3ic per pound Uncle Si Creech who has been very poorly with gripp is better Mr Joe Simpson bought of Zack Simpson one nice calf for 15 Several attended court at Lancaster last Monday as bad day as it was Brother Pike filled his pulpit last Sunday at Freedom and preached a most excelent sermon We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass 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 B Marksbury U ld dollar sister Leaven Lookout n 100 grower Stanford folks Sunday handsome he kinder H A 1 parties Gas C mcat NINA Orcbard Grass Sony 1 o PAINT LICK Miss Mary Spurlock i quite sick Mr Josh Davis is very sick of pneu monla Miss Mary Lear is visiting friends IP DanvilleThis be a good place for a dentist to locate Mrs Will Fish Visited relatives in your city last week Rev Huson preached at Mt Tabor Sunday morning and evening Mrs Minnie Jennings is in buying her spring millinery Mr C S Young is very much improv ed after a severe spell of erysiplas Messrs Stone and Vaughn Norman have accepted positions in Somerset Mr Champ has gone to Louif ville to buy his spring stock of goods Rev Simmons will preach at the hall next Sunday morning at eleven Mrs Pattie Engleman has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs John En gleman of Stanford Every little town has tattlers and loafers but we have more than usual for a town of its size Mrs John Clark died of pneumonia at her home on the Copper Creek pike on the 25th Mr Clark is very low of the same disease Mr and Mrs Guy Rice Mrs Keohler Mrs Annie Adams Henry Riddle burgher and Dave Ilervy went to Richmond Friday to see the Missouri Girl played Not having an opportunity of seeing all our friends and acquaintances leaving we take this means of expressing to them our gratitude for their kindness to us while we lived in their midst Wherever our lot may be cast we shall not forget them and shall ever wish that they may be and happyR and Mrs Jennings MAUKSBUKY Mr M F Rout who has been very sick is some better Mr Jim Marsee sold to Mr Partin a Shetland pony for 50 Mr Swope sold to Mr Hogge 2 stacks of hay for 20 Mr Tom Robinson was visiting his father Mr Ben Robinson Robt Fox sold to Fox Bros of a lot of oats at 12 per ton Gen Upton has moved into the house just vacated by J II Dennis The little boy of A S Rice was Durned by falling into an open fire placeMisses Katie and Forest Denton are the charming guests of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Miss Josephine Wood who has been with her parents for a few days has returned to school at Georgetown Mr Alex Green died at his home aged 84 years Services held at Pleas ant Grove by Rev II Garrison in the Danville cemetery Hughes has leased part of his farm to a mining company for the pur pose of digging gold and other metal No doubt Mr Hughes will become rich in the near future Rev II C Garrison preached his far well sermon at Pleasant Grove church last Sunday to a large and attentive audience He was beloved by his peo ple there and they are sorely grieved at giving him up The patrons here are congratulating themselves in securing the services of Miss Knapp West of Lancaster to teach the spring school Miss West graduated in Lancaster several years ago and taught 8 years In the graded school there A year ago she taught at Rice Academy and gave entire sat isfaction Her school opens the first Monday in March MANSE Born to the wife of Parker Gregory a fine girl Miss Hallie Royston has recovered from an attack of la grippe Mr and Mrs Jake White and little daughter Hazel have been visiting in this vicinity The Ladles Missionary Society of Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs Friarson Friday Sunday being beautiful day quite a large crowd attended church here and heard a good sermon as usual Miss Georgia Dunn and Bro James Lytle have been visiting Misses 11 ig gins for several days Rev W Dodge of Lexington will have services at Fairview church the second Sunday in March instead of third as was previously announced Mr Terrill Ramsey and estimable family will leave this week for their home in Nelson county Every one regrets seeing these good people leave the community and wish them much success and happiness in their home BEDNA VISTA Miss Bessie Bolton is visiting friends in Lexington this week ftlr Bradly Cunningham and wife are with friends here Its reported that Wm Evans will leave for Indiana next month Mr Brice Sechrest and Virgel Wilds were in Camp Nelson Saturday and Sunday Mr Torn Christopher will leave for his home Independence MIssissourl Monday Mr Y S Evins and son Wm were in Lexington Monday and Tuesday on business W F prosperous In D S Danville Burial A D famously I new Cincinnati clock before badly new CLOVER TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS MILLET and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding SEEDS I am the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leaven stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than Any class of Feed you may need in HempEtc ship tuff GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Hudson If you need or any Ledger Blank Books remember we have full line of them McRoberts I Banks V1 S Drug tofe J 4 aNew Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all M kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands HI Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points W Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons 1 The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET J We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster I ROMANS ELMORE If CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING ill and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE 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 and every thing kept in a first class General Store PETTUS BROSBryantsville Kentucky 0 IlJ ljfjJJfJr0 0 01fiL illfrtJrn Fm rnrnIg I rn rn irn ON Fm L 1Jj jJ IA C dB i iO1S 111 we 11 Q1r QY O D IE3 13 I I i4 0 E3 D i w ww 11 C Dont miss our TEMPTATION SALE Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Between 3 and 4 oclock TERMS CASH TO ALL SATURDAYS TEMPTATIONS 3 Ib Standard Tomatoes 11A 2 lb Standard Corn 7 12 Navy Beans per pound 34 Grocery Go g- nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn oTiEhDDDDrnrnDD B TE MP TA T ION SALE B o o O O 0 00 00 B B o o 0O Lancaster O- O on 3LI 1 o Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in the sale of the following propertyNo A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in the city for a good business Can be bought for less than cost of buildings etc Estab lished trade now No 2 A largenew residence with G acres of laud on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on Rich mond street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at SiiOO oeeit4750 very hirgs and desirable property and one at 8000 All at ruck bottom prices No 5 New cottage and 1J acres on Stanford avenue Very cheap No G Splendid acres on Dan vine avenue Remarkably low at price No 7 Cottage on water street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or reasonable figures No 8 Coal yard scales and two store rooms for rent Nn I SuKjk of Jewelry and fancy c at a stand having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store rooms on first flour and seven rooms on second Hour yielding 10 per cent on No 11 Fifty six acres of splendid unimproved land 3i miles from town at 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres LOixl land 2 miles from town We have Miinfi 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 A 6PAGE CALENDARWALL Map of Kentucky showing every Postollice County Railroad Railroad Station and River Au alphabetical index locating towns and giving pop ulation and figures of latest census Map of United States Map of and Panama canal with reports of the Congressional committees Map of Eastern Hemisphere Map of Western Hemisphere Map of Ja pan Corea and seat of Russu Japanese War An attractive calendar for 1905 and Hags of all nations in colors reports of 1SSO 1890 and 1900 This Atlas is worth 200 and yon get it for ubsolutely by subscription for the Louisville Evening Post UnliT 1 Year S3OO Dally 0 Months 2 OO Saturday only 1 Year 8100 home 2000 rental I betat 1800 als II Census nothing 1 I 1 Roods FRE1 Nicaragua i SCINCINNATI 1 BootsShoesRubbers Cost LeastWear Best Salesman E c BOP SDC rsszc xnaa use ARKS I INSURE YOUR PROPERTY with Companies that pay all Honest Losses and do not deal in TECHNICALITIESR at National Bank of Lancaster Ky Will be a Leading Feature of the DURING 1905 There will be many other attrac tive departments all going to make a complete newspaper Daily CourierJournal i year 6 Daily and Sunday i year 8 Weekly iyear iCOURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the CENTRAL RECORD and the WEEKLY both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscription only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through the Central Record oftlce W L tt r from GURIERJUURNAL Mall Rates buy attersOilS EnroBe COURIRRJOURNAL IN THE CITIES buying a complete stock of V SPRING MILLINERY Will have everything in uptodate goods Watch our noticeof opening Mrs John F Lear nrnrnrnrnrnrnrrnrnrr nrnrnrnrnnr lU UnU1UUJUU lUlU U lUAU U llU1UUHU1U1UUl1UUUUUUUll f Blue Grass Nurseries SiHING 1905 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 If F Hillenmcver t Sons LEXINGTON KENTUCKY L DAVIDSON Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS R AttorneyAt t t 3 Dentist Office over store Danville si 16 8TONJ3 Sam Duncan bought a milch cow for 26 G W Anderson celebrated his 82nd birth day the 24 th Mrs Landram Burdett of Indiana Is with relatives here Edd Grow returned to Illinois after a month stay with home folks here Mr Charlie Grow of Mississouri is visiting his father Mr Brack Grow Miss Oma Reecer of Corbin was the guest of Mrs TeviS Preston recently Cecial Scrivner of Mississouri is visiting his cousins Bert and Homer StoneMiss Linnie Preston Flora Wylie visited friends ot Buckeye last Satur day and Sunday Mr John Sanders Miss Jewell and Mrs Duncan visited Mrs Lucy at Pink last week Fill the old family mare of Mrs M A Sanders died recently sho was 29 years old She has been in the family since a yearling- C S Sanders has returned from the city with a full line of sprinz goods Mr Sanders will have an addition built to his store room and then he will carry a nice line of millinery 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 il A B Marksbury Son MT HEBRON Mr Chester Anderson is improving slowlyMr Land rain Burdett of Perie Ind is here on a visit Rev Morel of Flatwood preached at this place Sunday Mr John Sanders has been of Mr Cecil Broaddus the past week Miss Minnie Gulley of Buckeye is the pleasant guest of Miss EdnaScott- Mr J M Vanderpool is delivering corn to Mr Patton at per barrel The sale of E D Lawson was well attended and every thing brought high prices Mr Will Crawford of Wilmore was with his sister Miss Mollie Crawford Tuesday night Mrs Jas Johnson and son Willie of High Bridge were with relatives here the latter part of last week Mr Herbert Roberts and family of Little Ilickman moved Monday to the house vacated by E D Lawson Mr E D Lawson and family left Monday for Ravenwood Mississouri where they will reside in the future Miss Hattie Duncan entertained her friends at the home of her brother Mr Samuel Duncan Wednesday even ingWe 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 notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son Strikes Hidden hocks When of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneu monia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption J McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very 111 with Pneumonia un der the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaran teed at McRoberts drug store price 50c and L 00 Trial bottle free 1m the guest 225 yourship W Blackman Sentence Sermons Love leaps over the grave The faithful are never fussy You can only sell honor once Piety does not turn a man into putty No to heaven by tall talk The worst sins are the we doA dreamy religion never disturbs the devil The world will not by stain ed glass saints The heart does not have to be palsi ed to be at peace The virtue of a religion does not de pend upon its vagaries He seldom thinks of the future who walks with the Father One mans hypocrisy does not excuse anothers indolence- A little friendliness is worth a whole lot of financial assistanc- eIt is easy to preach contentment when you have all the cake The way to bury your sorrows is to dig up anothers happiness Your heart cannot be warm to heaven when it is icy to your neighbor Every real scepter of power comes from some suffering In the past A man has no business with religion who has no relighn in his business The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a though my family doctor he s did me no good so 1 got a 50c bottle of your great Eletrlc Bitters which me I consider them the best med J iclne on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia BlHIousness and disease by RE McRoberts J at 50c a bottle im onus dont besaved best nearlydeadI I II tried cured druggist BllVANTSVILLE Mr Will Glass was in Lexington on business Monday Mrs Martha Saddler has been very ill for several days Miss Flora Mays left last week for Illinois where she will make her home Mrs W J Hogan is in Lexington vis icing her daughter Mrs W T Wool folkMr and Mrs Tom Barr of Wilmore visited Mr and Mrs Will Glass this weekDr George Jean of New York spent several days with relatives here last weekMiss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnMr Chcsnut will leave in a few days to take a business course at Lex ington Mr Ray King who has been attend ing school in Lexington is at home for a few days Miss Mayme Lee Ballard has been visiting Miss Margaret Tomlinson at LancasterMrs children of have been visiting Mrs Hous ton Ballard Mr Charley Boner of St Joe Mo is at home for a short visit to his moth er Mrs Josie Boner The little infant son of Mr and Mrs Hiram Dickerson of Richmond was burled at Mt Olivet Sunday Mr Julian Elliott of Lexington made a short visit to his brother Dr W M Elliott the first of the week Mrs Eliza H Ballard and daughter Miss Mayme returned home Tuesday after spending several weeks in Lex ingtonMiss Hester Patton who has been attending school in Fort Worth Tex was called home Saturday by the seri ous illness of her mother Mrs B F PattonMrs Haselden has bought 2 acres of land from Mr C M Jenkins and will begin building a dwelling in a few days which will be quite an addition to our already thriving little town Mrs H D Aldridge Hannah of Stanford Mr and MrsJ R Haselden and Miss Katharine Al dridge of Lancaster and Mr Joe Has elden of Louisville were guests of Dr and Mrs J II Durham Sunday Mr Will Smith has returned to Ok lahoma where he has accepted a posi tion as cashier in the bank at Daven port His many friends here regretted very much to see him leave but wish him much success in his new home Change of Dates March 3rd and 4th will be held at my place Match the 10th and I will ask my Patrons and friends to call at the latter dates and see an elegant line of Spring novelties and have their Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed nold place and he wants all the heirs to know that he has a lawyer ready to go to work A B Arnold It Point Leavell As I will be away from home March 4th the Patrons of the Lancaster Building and Loan Association can make the payment of that date March 11th instead Hemphill Low Prices We will sell suits cut and made to your Measure guaranteeing quality and fit at 10 12 and on up to 40 Joseph Hughes Closing out our Ginseng garden to move Fine lot of Also 17500 seed for sale at 5 per thousand Call on Thompson the Jeweler 3 3tf Please do not forget the Tailoring Opening of L E Hays Co at my place March 9th and10thJ I Hagan and and daughter Miss J EHays experiencedCutter going J C IIem ph ill Lancaster o T Three good fresh milk cows for sale tf R M Campbell Little Johnnie Has His Say Much has been written of late about the Boy Problem Little Johnnie sends his side of the case to the Shelby Sentinel in the following- Mr Printerman Dear Slri see by your paper that some people have much to say about what is good for us boys we boys are tlrud of It we say let us alone and go after the girls they are worser than we they are desepshus my sister has eleven bos and none of them know the other fel low is on the lot she tells all of em they are the only ones she ever loved my pa says they are all that way but my ma It dont make much dif ference what my pa says then my pa he whistles and takes a walk the grown people aint all angles neither they do as bad as read Bradys in a cave they say dont smoke and some of and chew and worse than all beg their tobacco I saw a show Tuesday night that was worse than smallpox and paid from 25c to 150 to see it Aint that bidder than readln Bradys cents a Brady My ma says they give em Dick cause the people cant better Anyhow Mr Printer give us boys a rest My pa says people who live in glass houses shouldnt be pitchers in base ball clubs Yours truly LITTLE JOHNNIE but that aint my write name which I wont tell you I The entire 225 must be paid on our Post V r V em smoke mel 101ks at5 anything says Deadwood understand offer We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES HOT WATER BOTTLES CREST PROTECTORS HAIR BRUSHES TOOTHBRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries PRISBIES DRUG STORE 7 11 I I I l J Ir Save ah order for a suit until the 17 or 18th of March when a Baltimore expert will be with us to take meas ures He will give you a tryon if desired and give Satisfaction in every particular Joseph Hughes A New Creed- I believe in mercy as I hope for mercyI in truth because it makes me free i believe in body mind and soul I believe in kindness to man women child and animals- I believe in the charity that begins at home but does not end there- I believe in moral courage because I am more than a brute- I believe in righteousness because it is the shortest and best line between two eternities- I believe in patience because it is the surest way to secure results- I believe in that kind of industry that takes an occasional vacation- I believe In that kind of industry that spends money for a good purpose- I believe in honestv not for policys sake but for principles sake- I believe in hospitality because it puts a roof over every mans head- I believe in self control because I want to influence others- I believe in obedience because it Is the only way to learn how to com mandI in suffering because it chastens and purifies- I believe in justice because I believe in News Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Billiousness 25c at R E McRob erts druggist 1m memory of little Allie May Clay ton who died at her home near Paint Lick Oct 8th 1504 aged 7 years and 7 months Softly peacefully- We laid her to rest And placed the turf lightly On her young breast Gently solemnly We bend oer the bed Where we have pillowed Thus early her head Lonely sorrowfully- We turned away From the little grave Where our loved one lay Lonely sadly We went to the home Where the dear little one No more will roam Weve laid the sod lightly Over her young breast Calm be her slumbers Peaceful her rest Beautiful lovely She was but given A fair bud on earth To blossom in heaven Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lemberger of Syra cuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so 1 applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed It and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at McRoberts drugstore 1m Hold cleanliness of GodOmaha II Obituary- In NEW MATTOML NEW EVERYTHING 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 Dunlap Successors Beazley 4 Co NBW FURNITURB to jA r wmIlerndon G BBwinebroad I Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law caller Kentucky omceover 8tonnes drugstore Lam 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 you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son By the Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Billiousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to act a safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic con stipation Sold by R E McRoberts lm A Destructive Fire To draw the tire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A speci lic for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes 1 have used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve In my fami ly for Plies cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every fats ily should keep it on hand Sold by LI E McRoberts lm Pleasant and Harmless Dot drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tub s heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a cough in me minute because it acts first on the mucous membrane right where the cough the throat or deep seated on the lungs Sold by R E Mc Rooerts lm A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of indigestiou Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure tom Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on thf Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins of Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure ol Stomach Trouble 1 was alllicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest any quantity of all the whole some food you want to eat while your stomach takes a and Brows strong This wonderful prepa ration is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm u DeWitts II troublesin 1000 restrecuperates S Sanitary Goods From Worlds Fair rwwwww Mwrw Sold when new for 5 foot iron enamel tubs complete I r z Improved low down ToiletII Extra large en bowl with brack ets faucetstraps I ameledwash 3D1 I31 22H S8O IPRICES than halflOUR IX40 Cures Without Stomach Dosing Hrontel Cures Catarrh by Simple llrentlilug II K JTIcItobert Refunds money It to Cure A long stride toward solving the mystery of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Ilyomei In fact the percentage of cures by this treatment proves it equal to the final testsThe folly of taking medicine into the stomach to cure catarrh of the nose throat and lungs has been real ized by physicians but not until Hy mei was known had they a practi sal method that would obviate stom ach drugging- A Complete Hyomei outfit costs but Jl and consists of a neat pocket in baler that can be used anywhere with out attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle cf Ilyomei Ex tra bottle of Ilyomei cost but 50c Breathing Ilyomei through the in haler every partical of air that enters the nose throat and lungs is charged with a healing balsam that soothes and allays all irritation kills the ca irrhal germs and enriches the blood with additional ozone R E McRoberts has so much faith in power of Hvomei to cure catarrh that he is selling it under his personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not give positive relief lllW If Falls J To Business Community We extend the accomo dations ofa Strong and Equipped BanI ol Ientucl Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkln and raise BIG Sole Agents for American Field Fence Mount E1in J Thq Dell Ijank Th4 ljrgantsuill4jrg- antsville CROPS r Business and Bargains We want a number of good country hams weighing from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson Chicken feed forsale Banks Hudson For cut flowers and design see W 1 ter Joseph tf Window glass oils and paints of al kinds at Stormes Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Lime Portland and black cements at Stormes Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J R Haselden tf Closing Out We have big bargains in every line it Thompson the Jeweler 400 pieces music regular price 40cts to all goes at loots per copy at Thompsons 217tf 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pair Thompson the Jeweler Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown 1 27 tf Banks Hudson Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Your accounts and notes we are closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler tf Flowers come as represented in three hours 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 Frisbies for chapped lianas face or lips Its a sure cure Only 15cts 1 20tf Store If your hens are not laying now come to us for a box Dr Baal 20th poultry food It will jiiake them lay when every thing Only 25cts Frisbies Drug 1 20 Danville Louisville Lexington florists are represented by Ed C Gaines and in ordering lowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your approval he bearing all responsibility Phone 100 Of Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is conceded to be the best ever brought to Lancaster and the increase in demand for it proves its popularity We always have plan ty on at low prices Call us up at Marksburys granary tf Jack Adams Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash oh car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best 715 tf J T Williams Sons 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 tine chance to get the very best at unusually low prices 1m Erie C Farra at Thompsons JABeazley Undertaker fTlT f Pt 7 Drug Store diamond U 75cts aredue AIm nd ream Drug Century tore and 2t Vanderpoolblock C 210 tf Drugstore 210 210 Frisbie else ails Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 My Accountsare now due and I must have the money Please call and settle at once D Till etlSallie ifl i Laud Crops At the Lexington sale of jacks the Worlds Fair champion jack two years old sold for 1450 In shoeing horses it should be re membered that some horses have so strong a development of the horny structure of the foot considera ble portion needs to be removed at each shoeing while others require if it were possible horn to be added for the wear is greater than the growth Bear this point in mind in getting horses shod W L Cannon of Woodford county delivered to the American Tobacco Company at Versailles his crop of 47 75 pounds of tobacco which he sold at an average of 14 cents per pound This crop was produced on 21 acres of land which is an verage yield of 2 775 pounds per acre and an income Will buy a number of good country hams weight from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson Floral desgins on shortest notice tf Joseph 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 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell FOP Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Walter Joseph repersent the lead ing city llorists See them for design Locust Timber FOP Sale Having decided to cut my timber 1 will cut fence posts telephone poles etc or address 1113 at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry The operations of this Bank are un der the eye and inspection of the state Banking department 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Even if you wish to keep only a small account here you may be assur ed of courteous attention and the best service that this bank has to offer tf Bank of Bryantsville See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British dlumbia March 1st to stay 15 iwf Round Trip IIomeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IIIA F SCHWEOKL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Cincinnati O Our Jewelry and fancy good must be closed out before Mar 20th Every thing goes at cost and many goods for much less Now is your opportunity Call now dont wait 3 3tf Thompson the Jeweler Best Paper FOP 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 Josephs store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf As Good Coal as You Eva Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequent v is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are swing to be tilled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 916tf We have now bottled our extract of Vanilla This is made from the best Mexican Vanilla Beans and is absolutely the bet aiifi purest you can use There is no extract on the market as good We yfant every one that likes a good to try one bottle We are sure that you will be pleased Price 20 cents Frisbies Drug Store Come in and pay your account or note before Feb 20th If not paid by that time will have to put same in hands of an attorney for collection Pay now and save cost as we will move soon and must settle up before we go Remember pay now and save cost Thomoson the Jeweler tf Do You Want to Sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We arc already receiving inquiries from buy ers who want possession January 1st 1906 also some who want possession at any time from now until then It costs you nothing to list your property with us and by doing so now you get the benefit of having it in our which will soon be ready for among our exchanges and prospective purchasers Our commis sions are reasonable and no sale no pay See either of us tf M D Hughes G B Swinebroad The Markets LOUISVILlE Ky MARCUS 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 50 5 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 2i 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 00 2 50 tedium to good bulls 2 00 2 75 Choice veal calves 500 6 00 Common to medium calves 4 00 5 00 Choice packing and butchers 200 Ibs 5 00 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 5 00 Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs 4 75 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs i Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 4 35 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 450 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 00 4 50 Fair to good 3 00 4 00 Common to medium 1 50 2 50 Bucks 2 00 3 CO Extra shipping lambs c 50 Best butcher lambs 550 Common Uilendlambs 3 50 4 50 v t l n Stock thata Walter Site BId It a 120tf catalogue OO 4 50 HOGS to 300 450 1 tl recently f C then buyers vani distribution TAKE WINE For thy stomachs sake was doubt less the prescription of apostolic timer g for stomach trouble Wine for eight ts ecu hundred years past has been a favorite prescription for poor digestion g among general practitioners You need a little wine to warm up the stomach or to stimulate the stomach as the case may be was the common form of the prescription But nobody has yet said you need a little wine to cure stomach trouble Wine wont do that And yet thats the one need of the diseased g stimulation but cure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov o ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition g and thus restores lost flesh and lost Q Strength through the assimilation of g perfectly digested food k g rm g fg stomachnot g 4 o o Nineteen years ago I was taken sick with stomach trouble writes Mr 3 James H Melligan of 822 E St Syracuse N Y Commenced g to treat with different physicians and in that length of time fifteen different O physicians have me on up to a ago Some of the phy I had liver complaint others said Brights disease others g said intestinal dyspepsia I tell me they could do no more S O for me Have in mentioned tried any number of other medicines I must acknowledge that I have not in all of this time received from jjj jj doctor or the benefit that I received from Dr R V Pierces O Golden Medical Discovery It has done wonders for me and I cannot speak jW too highly in its O The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make g the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines IB He gains you lose therefore accept no substitute for Goldeng Medical Discovery g FREE Ot Common Sense Medical Adviser g Is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of 9 mailing ONLY Send 21 onecent stamps for the hook o g in paper covers or 31 stamps for tho clothbound g volume Address Or ft V Pierce Buffalo N Y o 0 g treate ear o 01 g 2 g Pierces g w g clam so m 9o 0 0 ammmmmaetammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt m Q mmmm mm mmm sam per acre for a single season of 30 three times the estimated value of the land In the Chicago live stock markets a growing scanty of sheep and further contraction of the recent wide spread between sheep and lambs has been so noted during the past week While quality of lambs has been fairly good that of sheep is deficient The tops of the market arc 8 on lambs ST on yearlings on wethers and 35 on ewes Native sheep are evi dently all in and the killer is now de pendent on the snpply from Western feed lots The market last week wit nessed 15 to 25 cents advance choice lambs getting the most of it The following method of getting rid of stumps is recommended by entilic American In the autumn bore a hole one or two inches in diam eter according to the girth of stump vertically in the centre of stump and about eighteen inches deep Put into ounces of saltpetre till up the hole with water and plug up close In the ensuing spring take Protect Yourself Against Germs People Weak Stomach Liable to Catch When the stomach and digestive or cans are weak the food does not di gest and there is a sour slimy fer menting mass making it an ideal spot for the disease germs to multiply The only way to protect yourself against disease germs is to strengthen the stomach and digestive organs and Mi o na is the only agent so far as is known that will accomplish this The ordinary medicine that is taken for indigestion and stomach trouble is advertised to act upon the food alone and hence can give no more than 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