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THE CENTRAL RECORDVIFT EEXT11 LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 10 1905 e rE ill xvxaaacii l I Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair rM tAW I I Sold when new for 5 s foot iron enamel tubs complete I i Improved low down Toilet en amcled wash bowl with brick ets faucetstraps Extra large i a s 2I 22 80 I OUR PRICES 40 r Speci l S le I Rugs tur y ArtM hlll Cheap Cheap I CHEAP tI We cater to the Jmost fastidious L Beazley Undertaker Less than half Haseldell OF T Hamilton Successors to JA Beaziev F JA Arterial mind Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone ill WinHcrndon G B Sxviuebroail Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Olllco over Stormcs drug store f L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I G CHRIS FARIS Dentist Office over store Danville st ARKS TIX1 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman E C BOCUS Blue Grass Nursesies SPUING 1905 Tress by the MILLIONS Fruit Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything ordinarily kept at such an cst ibllshment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry Catalogues on application to II F nillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KENTUCKY A Jor r II II L 1 R ILaw 1 J u l JJ ftij jr isM 1 leastWear 1 ac rIfCUCC4Q s r t g xuNca e csr sast Sacaoacss ns I and Shade T1 W Notes I Get ready for gardening Cincinnati Post offer will ex pire in the next few days Hurry in your orders Preparations fur commencement are being made in the Graded School There will be seven graduates Found ring containing two small keys on Lexington street Pity 25c for notice and get em at this otllce Tile Christian Enveavor Society will give Friday evening the 10th In the Evans rooms on Stanford street The public is most cordially invited Admission lfCts The following is the menu for the Christian Endeavor Social to be held in the Evans rooms on Stanford street this Friday evening the 10th Coffee sandwiches han beaten his cuit pickels chicken salad cheese Admission only louts Supper served early to families Circuit Court Monday The March term of the Garrard Cir cuit Court will convene next Monday Clerk Hamilton tells us there are only twenty one appearance suits and no Commonwealth business of any con sequence There is one negro in jail charged with murder Killling On Fall Lick On Fall Lick last Saturday night Rube Bently shot and killed Leonard Simpson an old grudge being the cause of the trouble Simpson was shot fivn times three times in the head once ia the body once in the arm Bentley came to town and surrend ered and the examining trial will be held today Call By Number Under a new system of operating the telephone exchange it is impossi ble for the operator to give you the number of the phone wanted Re member this look at your card and thus save time and annoyance This is the only town on the map where operators have been imposed on in this way Under the new system and with a new operator you can not be waited upon unless you give the number How to be Happy It is just as much a man or womans duty to cultivate humor in the family and to be social lively and pleasant and make home happy in that way as it is to provide something for them to eat and to wear and other necessaries If there were more fun brought about in the family many a home would be saved from ruin by it Let it be a jolly place and every member of the family will love to be there There is nothing like the joke and merry laugh to drive away trouble People with no sense of humor or merriment are to be pitied They lose all the real sweetness of I A Delightful Supper Wedo not believe a more delightful was everserved in Central than that prepared byMrs Zim mer for the Euchre Club Thursday evening Six courses were servedand each was prepared in a manner fit for ye gods All the vegetables were or dered from the city but the many other tempting dishes were prepared in her kitchen We will say in this connection that the Zimmer Restau rant is thoroughly equipped for serv lug suppers of this kind and if you wish serve them in your residence This 2s a convenience of which few towns can boast and for which our people are very thankful John Lear Dead After along John passed away at his home on Water street at ten oclock Wednesday morningAs in a recent issue of The Record Mr Lear was compelled to give up work some time ago and while his friends hoped for the best yet it was plain to all that he could last but a short time Notwithstanding his con stantly increasing weakness he was cheerful and hopeful until a few days ago when he gave up all hope of recov ery and talked with his wife about final arrangements of his affairs More than a year ago he and wife united with the Lancaster Presbyte flan church and he talked freely with the pastor Rev Mr Chumbley as to his souls salvation stating that he placed his faith in Jesus Christ and was firmly convinced that his spirit would be received into the Kingdom GodJohn F Lear was born in Garrard county andwas the son of Clayborne Lear one of Garrards most prominent citizens For several years he was a contractor and builder but later ac cepted a position in Mr R E McRob erts drug store where he remained for some time He later had a with Mr H T Logan the clothing and furnishing goods man and held this until ill health forced him to re sign lIe was married to Miss Fannie Harris of Circleville Ohio about three years ago who survives The devotion and attention given him have made many friends for Mrs Lear and our people not only have heart felt sympathy for her but are ready to put forth their every effort to assist and comfort her in her great Funeral services will be held at the Presbyterian church tomorrow Friday afternoon at three oclock interment at Lancaster Cemetery l lOur a social and lifeEx Kentucky illness F Lear him bereavement Loc supper position The spring poet is blossoming The boys are making up money to rerent the park in rear of the Graded School Help them raise the money The City Council should take up the dog question and every person one be made to pay the tax there on There are many In town and the law should be enforced The regular monthly meeting of toe United Daughters of the Confed eracy will meet with Mrs J W Elmore Monday March 13th All members and every one interested are requested to be present U D C Editor Walton promptly kills all printers who make errors If this rule beenforced inevery printing olllce when compositors make errors for which editor is blamed the num ber of typos would soon dwindle to a mere handful A squally Month Jlicks promises us sleet and snow from 7th to 12th cold wave 14th 17th to 19th and to 24th another cold wave central on the 21st Reactio nary storm period 27th to 29th with rapid rising temperature Many warm days during themonth BenHurAt Louisville Jno T McCauley manager of the popular playhouse bearing his name has booked the stupendous production of Gen Lew Wallaces Ben Hur and it will be seen there allof next week with special matines Wednesday and Saturday All who can should see it Write or telegraph for seats as the house will be filed at each Medical Society At last meeting of the Garrard County Medictl Society Dr J M Action was elected president Dr Wm Burnett vice president Dr J B Kin naird secretary and Drs Elliott Perkins board of This society furnishes much en joyment to the physicians and much benefit is derived from the matters pertaining to the The Lamb crop The price paid for lambs especially for late delivery has been quite high this Spring and many people fear the buyers have not allowed a fair margin for profit The truth of the matter is the lamb crop or the early it at least will be much smaller than usual The extremely cold weather caused the loss to be abnormally large and this is true all over the country New Operator Mss Bessie Flenner of Wilmore Ky has taken charge of the boards at the local exchange She has had much experience and is giving entire to those patrons who nave sense enough to realize that under the new system it is impossible for her to know who you want unless you tell her the number Being a stranger she dont know the number of John Smiths Mrs Gadabouts or Miss Lovesicks phone so exercise a little judgement and at the same time good manners by giving the number of the phone you want Death of Mr Williams The many Lancaster friends of At torney W I Williams extend to him their sincere sympathy upon the death of his father which occurred at Camp bellsville Saturday night The had been in falling health for some months For many years he traveled for a wholesale house and on his fre quent visits to Lancaster made quite a number of friends who fond of him He was a man of wide acquaint ance and had friends over the large territory he traveled as a salesman He was a Christian gentleman and from our acquaintance with him we are satisfied that he was a man of great benefit to his country Just Wait Till They Die There is a statute providing a heavy penalty for mutilating We presume this is to keep the coin in circulation There are some people in Lancaster who could be prosecuted for making away with money for when they get hold of a dollar that dollar is foreyer put out of until the death of the holder for goodness it will never be spent by him again Now isnt the latter the greater lawbreaker of the two The other day we heard a fellow say he wanted to spend his money as fast as he made it for if lie should die with any on hand he would lose just that much That fellow has a head full of boss sense Rather Inconvenient This one hails from Texas Recent ly a man while shaving himself ofT the end of his nose and very naturally dropped the razor which in falling cut off the end of his big toe A local surgeon bandaged him but in the excitement of the moment bound the end of the toe to the nose wound and put the npse where the toe ought to be The mistake was not discovered for three days when the bandages were removed by that time thanks to the wonderful curative powers of the recently radium waters perfect union bad taken place and both wounds found to be completely healed The only inconvenience the patient now experiences trimming the on the end of his nose and taking off hjs shoe hewants to sneeze and Casenberg discussions- of f partof satisfaction were quite money circulation knows up were toenail wiles I keeping the performance directors profession deceased sliced and discovered Judge J C Hemphill sold to Frank Folger a Jersey cow for 40 Ed F M Tinder will preach at New Antioch Saturday morning at ten oclock Ladles dont forget the bonnet sale at the post office Friday and the 10th and llth Styles and pretty A most enjoyable evening is for those who attend the candy at the Fork church Parsonage Tuesday night The Ladies Working Society of the Fork church will give a candy Pull ing at the Parsonage next Tuesday night the 14th Admission ten and fifteen cents A most enjoyable time is in store for all who attend D C Pulllns formerly of this city who was injured while alighting from a train at Rowland was given a verdict of 8250 by a jury in the Lincoln circuit court Tuesday He was re presented by Attorney G Bright Swinebroad of this city Lancaster Boys Good Work Danville News Next Thursday evening the crack Gym Team of University will give an exhibition in the College Gymnasium under the direction of their capable instructor Mr Waller Hudson The event prom ises to be one of much interest and en joyment to the people of this city and the students Mr Hudson has gotten the team in great shape and there will be put up some of the best athletic feats ever seen here To The Grand Jury The Record has been asked to re quest the grand jury which assembles Monday to go after those persons who have been selling or furnishing ciga rette material to boys It is stated that nine tenths of the youngsters in Lancaster use the dope sticks and that they have special places to and smoke which of course will lead up to the crap game and goodness knows devilment These boys are from ten to sixteen years of age To Build Up Lancaster What Lancaster needs most of all is some capitalists who will invest in improvements for Lancaster or loan their cash at reasonable interest to people who for progress We dis like to say it but there are many in Lancaster which have found their way into hands which will cling to them until only death releases the grasp This is a peculiar statement but we are frequently asked the ques tion whats the matter with Lancas ter and this is the truthfull solu tion of the problem Let those able to do so build some storerooms and dwellings speak a word of to the City Council who are all they can for the town stay away from the croaker and Lancaster will soon improve to such an extent that all will make a good living get their noses off the grind stone and be happy Try it Dont Wait Too Long Too many people keep the flowers they have plucked for you until the day ofyour funeral Their song of praise are not heard until your is passing their door The mantle of charity does not become public until put in use by the preacher who conducts the last sad rites If a man has flowers for me I want them while I am on earth and can smell their fragrance They will do me no good placed at the head of my coffin The grass that is kept green about my last resting place will be of no avail to me the other shore Here is where I need the flowers and the smiles and the praise not over there If a fellow who is going to go around to the house after lam gone to see if he can be of any help will come around to morrow I can tell him how he can be of a whole lot of help There will be plenty of them It is all fired short now Carry your flowers to the living and sing your songs of praise at the dinner table Dont wait for the fun eral The Old Subscriber We sometimes wonder if newspaper men generally appreciate the old sub scriber at his trade value We mean the stand by who take the paper year after year through evil as well as through good report and pays his regularly just the as he would any other honest debt says the Iowa Recorder As a general thing the old subscriber is patient and slow to wrath He will overlook many lit tIe slights from the which the man who borrows his would not stand for a minute of his calves gets its leg broken and the tact isnt mentioned in the next issue he doesnt to feel tbe slight in the least orif a halt down of his hens die with the cholera mor bus and the editor doesnt set out a two dollar ad to make room to herald the news to a waiting world he just worries right along as though be bad not been mistreated at all He is al ways jolly never fails to ask hows tricks when he comes into office and drops a word of praise the paper upon his departure God bless the old subscriber We love him and if we sometimes slight him in order to give to some sap bead who isnt worthy to buckle ills shoes it is be cause he is so broad minded and chari table that he will never mind I l Saturday new In store what other encouragement do- Ing property on subscription same editorslights read- Ing none taking space pulling Central congregate are dol- Lars procession seem for it- t 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 tf Schooltax collector E W Harris is hustling around pretty lively The trustees need the money Pay up Miss Rebecca Williams will open an uptodate dress making establish ment in Powells new building oppo site Baptist church in a few days and invites the ladies to give her an order Satisfaction guaranteed tf Money To Lend Money to lend at 5 per cent on realty in sums of not less than 2000 Address W L Lawwill Danville Ky tf INSURE YOUR PROPERTY with Companies that pay all Honest Losses and do not deal in TECHNICALITIESR at National Bank of Lancaster Ky I A Get in the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co The swellest lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods LadiesShoes Ever brought to Lancaster Now Ready Come See THE Joseph Mercantile Co ooo ooooooooo NewSpring Goods OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOOOOOO oooc ceo I Get Ready for Uptodate Tailoring I can show you the largest line of samples for 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 you We represent the date tailoring establishments The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Burn Co Chicago Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago Illinois Tailoring Co Chicago I I SPEING I III III Merchant III II I spring I I followingupto J 1 H T LOGAN Ir w JL i I J ChattanoogaTurning 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 BAKER for BREAD Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER forBUGGIES In REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros t 1 71 W WiN MMf r I I I Timothyand IHaselnen Robinson n Wt n n t nrMII tw r u UjWUl U U Ul U U u un Ulun lUlUlUlUlUlUlU f I t t t t I IU MrMMYl J I nrmnrnrntntnrnnvnr mmm rnrnnvm unrnr mnrnmn tr I i tllllllllllllllllllllllliLEWIS Y LEAVBLL President t t t t t n ttt t t t t t u t t t t t J S ROBINSON Vice Prest 1 ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fsoooo SURPLUS Jiopoo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 f 1111111111 1111 III I III I II IIIIII I 111111 I III M COY D L FRY BGGUYN RL ARNOLD J B WOODS J 8 BURROWS WC FISH WOODS n DmJCO1ORS E L Commenced July 19O1 We solicit your patron guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us ageand Business If Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance III k c i tl 4 I r V x s CENTRAL RECORD Jssiiuxl Weekly ioopr Jeflr LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Officr In Lancaster Ky at I SecondClan Mail Matter I Lancaster Ky March 10 1905 Instead of lighting the railroads Congress should have attacked the Washington hotel and restaurant rates Instead of having rubber in her neck winter to have a large quantity in Her backbone as it seems Inposslble to break the latter If I were a I would culti vate the fine art of listening says Philistine Hubbard No doubt to gossip like most of bless their souls A Covington lawyer has given up his practice and gone into the saloon business Having had much expert ence at the bar he will doubtless prove a success behind it A negro was hanged in Arkansas recently for the murder of a sewing machine agent Had he killed a book or investmentscheme agent the ne gro would have never been arrested If you could have just one of your prayers answered for what would you ask whines an Ohio editor We would ask the extermination of the people who persist in asking demphool questions and plead for a quick an A nitroglycerin trust has been or gamzed in Indiana Terrible Teddy as the newspaper men call President Roosevelt has placed a large quantity of nitroglycerin under the trusts and had Congress backed him up a terrific explosion would have followed The police department of Jersey City has placed pianos in the station houses Xow if they will put some giddy young girls to playing the popu lar music of today the prisons will prove a punishment which will result money was squandered in trials and investi gallons of United States Senators for something they had been doing If proceedings were instituted against every senator who does absolutely nothing it would take many years to try the members guilty thereof One of the Yanderbilts gave a big dance in New York the other night at which one of the cotillions was a harvest tigure the dancers winding around great sheaves of corn The only corn any one of that high living muttonheaded crowd ever saw the one caused from trying to force a No 10 foot in a No 6 shoe nriie inauguration of President Roosevelt was decidedly the biggest blowout ever witnessed in He is now in full position to out his own ideas and judging from his past work he will make a good president Theres one thing dead certain and that is he will not be by the nose or wear the collar of clique or clan A New York woman was sued by her dressmaker she having refused to pay for a dress because husband said it made her look like a tub The poor dressmaker forgot to add the usual bats of cotton in some places and make suitable arrangement for yank ing in old flabby sides we guess In other words she made the dress to fit the woman With all the modern in dress padding the dressmakers cannot pad out one of those upEast Yankees to look like a Kentucky woman and its folly to try it Robt Clark sold to J B Kemper a calf for 1000 Mrs Fannie Pollard and daughter Miss Jennie were In Lancaster Fri dayMr Billie Brinton of Kansas City Mo is visiting Mr John Royston family Visitors at the Fork Sunday were Miss Mayme Ballard and Mr Smith of Bryantsville We thought it hardly possible for the popular editor of the Central to hide his vigorous personality even behind the cold we we have to own up we were complete ly fooled in the Snake Story If you want to have a big time and lots of fun just come to the candy pulling at the parsonage on the of the 14th of March We hive not learned the price of admission but feel safe in saying that the Ladle Working Society will see that you the worth of your money So and bring some one along with you A cordial invitation is extended to every body Tile olo ieln Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and I tried my family doctor he did me no good so 1 got a 50c bottleof your great Eletric Bitters which me I consider them the best med icine on earth and thank who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cute Dyspepsia Billlousness and Kidney disease by R E McRoberts druggist at50c a bottle lin II seems em- saver event Washington carry II improvements Record typebut evening I t I woman Listening ARK SBUUY iv le an her IIL an ge coin although cured God e = IIUXANTSVILLK Mj Chalmers Gallaher has gone to Knaxvlllef Tenn Mr Tom Dunn was in London last week on business Miss Mittie Dunn spent a few days in Danville last week Several from here attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Messrs John Dunn and Eugene Bfr cele have been in Brodhead Mrs B F Patton who has been crit ically ill is slightly improved Mr Eugene Berkele bought a pair of mule at Brodhead paying 250 Mr Joseph Farlee of Mercer was here a few days ago on business Mrs Martha Saddler who has been very ill for some time is improving Mrs Sam Haselden entertained a few of her friends at dinner Saturday Mr C M Jenkins bought of Mr Will Glass Sr 70 sheep for 400 per head Mrs John Cotton and daughterMlss Annie of Danville visited Mrs James Burnside recently Mr and Mrs Herman Frasa of Rich mond visiting Mr Frasas parents Mr and Mrs James Frasa The demand for mules is very great in this vicinity Several have been sold lately and prices were good The Masonic Lodge met Monday evening Several visitors were and it was one of the most inter esting and profitable meetings since the organization Miss Mattie Boner has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs Moss of Jessamine She was by her niece little Miss Jose phine Moss who will attend school here Mrs Allie Haselden will leave in a short time for the city where she will purchase her spring millinery Mrs Ilaselden would be pleased to have all those Indebted to her to call Immedi ately and settle Mr Will Dickerson one of our merchants had the misfortune of losing 50 a day or two ago between his residence and store It was found by James Burnside colored a few days later and returned Although Mr Dickerson lost several nights of sleep over the occurrence he is now as jolly and happy as ever Mr W II Porter agent for the Cen tral Securities Company of Louis yule was in Bryantsville last examining the books of the Bank of Bryantsville in which they are Mr Porter was well pleased with the success of this institution and reported the same to the stock holders Mr Porter futhermore con gratulated the patrons of the bank in securing the services of Mr J M Smith the popular and affable cashier who he said was qualified In every to till this important position PUEAUIIERSVILLE Mrs Sam Ballard visited her last Sunday W D Elmore bought 8 fat hogs last week at 4Jc per Ib Miss Ida Cummins was in Lancaster- on business last Monday Dr Brown and family of Stanford Orchard spent Sunday with homefolk Master Willie Payne was real sick last week but is J P Rogers bought 2 yearling steers from Geo Grayson for 25 00 Ballard bought a fat hog from Anderson for 4c Ib J L Hutchins bought 8 hogs from Ed Johnson for 3 80 per hundred Willie Richardson of Rowland was the guest of his father last week Mesdames J F Pettus and R D Pet tus were visitors in Stanford last week Our hemp men are having trouble in getting hands to break their hemp Mr JJ Smith of Brodhead visited his daughter Mrs J M Cress Misses Hallie Brown and Carrie Thompson visited friends here week Mr Green Morgan passed here with a bunch of nice hogs he bad bought in Rockcastle Rev Thos Owens has been employed to assist Rev J C Carrnical of the Baptist church as pastor for the re the year Mrs Wm Duvall had tire misfortune together house and every thing she had in it burned last Thursday night She is in great need Who will help HYATTSVILLE Born to the wife of Alec Goins a girl Born to the wife of Boy Broaddus a fine boy Mrs John Hurt is suffering with rheumatism Misses Willye and Bessie Pierce at Buckeye last week Miss Helen R Miles after a months stay at Mr Frank Pierces returned to her home in Buckeye Saturday Mr and Mrs Hughes Aldridge and little daughter Carrie visited home folk Saturday and Sunday Quite a number of young folks of this place attended the show at the court bouse Wednesday evening One young man of great genius of the senior class of your town can not decide which of these subjects to use for his essay Commencement Day The Slow Trains in Arkansas The Fast Trains in Southern California or iThe Winds of Kansas r are present accompanied week respects Sundayy J Josiah per Saturday Saturday county- d mainder of her n atevIs- Ited I II t l enterprising interested better iow P las fR ate Zi McCJIEARY I Mrs Marshall Ray is quite sick Mrs Geo Sadler is suffering with lagrippe Mr Elijah Bolton lost his family horse last week Miss Ida Ray of Madison County is visiting Mrs Porter Wearen Sir and Mrs Porter Wearen and visited friends at Buckeye Mr and Mrs Leslie Bradshaw visited Mr Boon Sanders and family at Buck eyeMiss Flonnie Catron has gone to Somerset to visit friends fro several weeksMr Virgil Layton and wife are the latters parents in Madison CountyMrs Jones of London Ky is vis iting her grandmother who has been Mrs J S Askins has gone to the city to visit her parents and select her millineryMr Mrs Alex Layton are rejoice Ing over the arrlvil of a little girl at their home Mrs Sarilda Gulley and daughter Mrs Mary Swoye of Lancaster visited Aunt Lucy Simpson recently HEUNA Y1STA Mr and Mrs Will Askins are here from Missouri Charles Robinson has returned home from Versailles Messrs Will and Hugh Askins spent Sunday at Sulphur Well Hugh Tomlinson is expected home the last of the week to spend a few daysMiss Keith Yansant spent last Thursday with her grand mother Mrs M A Spilman Mr and Mrs Wm Spilman of Bur gin spent part of last week with Mrs M A Spilman Mr Soper of Harrodsburg was in this neighborhood a few days ago for tobacco Miss MediUm King is attend ing school at Nicholasville visited her parents last week Mr Rowley lectured at Browns Chapel Sunday evening Subject Loaves andFishes Miss Bessie Bolton has returned home after a most pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Jones at Lexing ton Misses Jennie and Lucretia Skinner left a few days ago for the West Miss Jennie goes to Polo Mo and Miss Lucretia to Taylor North Dakoto Their many friends hate to give them up but wish them great success in their western homes Mrs visited Mrs W H Furr Wednesday Mr and Mrs J W Spangler visited at W II Furrs Sunday Mr Ben Bennett is now the happy father of a bouncing boy Mrs Florence Cormley visited at IIammack last Wednesday- W II Furr bought 9 shoats from J C Clouse for 4 per hundred Mrs Martin Hogg of Oneda is visit ing her son J W Coldiron The Worrell heirs have sold a por tion of their farm to Mose Lawson- J C Clouse sold to Wm Coldiron a yearling tiny for 50 and four year ling calves at per head Mr Geo Lawson and wife of Cedar Creek have returned home after visit ing their children in this locality S P Curtis bought of E P Foley four yearling steers at 31 cts per pound One of Carrol Prewitts milk cows died last week from some unknown cause Mr Horace Wheeler is improving af ter a very severe spell of grippe and pneumonia we are glad to report Mr Jack Layton is rejoicing the arrival of boy baby on the 4th of March The little fellow may some day be President of the United Sates The little five year old daughter of Mrs Wiley Prewitt died last Saturday after suffering for more than two weeks She was a sweet little child every body hoped for her recovery she was all the child they had Everyone sympathises with them in their bereav ment yet it is a great joy to know our loss is her eternal gain Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible if Chas F Lemberger of Syra cure N Y had not done the best he could for his My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so 1 applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at McRoberts drugstore 1m sale of Household Goods I will on Saturday March 25 at one oclock sell all my household and kitchen furniture at public auction Capt I M Dunn auctioneer td J C Thompson Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples brought to Lancaster and will be glad 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 Eggs For sale White Leghorn and Buff Plymouth Rock eggs 100 for fifteen Phone in residence Moss tf I 0 children quitesick n Saturdayand looking D B IJA WOOD Mary Murrell 1250 NINA overt III sufferingson ever visiting who brutality saved his Walton It IJ Ii ta SEEDSCLOVER TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS MILLET and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding yl I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better than Any class of Feed you may need andcheap ship tuff GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson If you need a or any New Ledger Blank Books remember we have full line of them McRoberts Drugstore I I I u f t r jij Haines Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands H Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single II trees Plows Plow Points Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons I The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster I ROMANS ELMORi Black Diamond AND PortlandCement Plastering Cement Roof Paint Stormes Drug Store lr 6 II i xI EI I- m rjlit Q o r Li i 0 i Do You Want to sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We are already receiving Inquiries from buy ers who want possession 1906 also some who want possession at time from now until then It costs you nothing to list your property with us and by so now you get the benefit of having it our cata logue which will soon be ready for our exchanges and prospective purchasers Our are no sale no pay See either of us tf M D Hughes G B Swinebroad 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 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 Thompson the Jeweler tf Januaryls any among commissions an distribution As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal want ring up 140 Our clean Jellico in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a 916tf We have now bottled our extract ctVanilla This is made by ourselvis from the best Mexican Vanilla Beans and is absolutely the best and purest you can use There Is no extract on bottle We are sure that you wilfbe pleased Price 20 cents 1 20tf Frisbies Drug Store out our Ginseng garden fo move Fine lot of Also 17500 seed for sale at 5 per thousand oaTtnmpson the Jeweler 33 t r buyers r everyone i Call Closing r- I unnnnnnnnnDDDncBlEHPIAIIOI Dont miss our TEMPTATION SALE Tuesday Thursday 4 oclock TERMS CASH TO ALL SATURDAYS TEMPTATIONS 3 Ib Standard Tomatoes 7 2 Ib Standard Corn 7K Navy Beans per pound 3j n It I y U 0 00 on 0 0 DO 000 0o 0o 0O Lancaster Grocery Go J El andOEl o- nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn o 0 0 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 r year 6 Daily and Sunday i year S Weekly T year i COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY Jy i Special Arrangement you can get the CENTRAL RECORD and the TFJJJvKJA 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 olllce Bargains In Property We can give bargains and east terms in the sale of the following property No 1 A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in the city foi a good business Can be bought foi less than cost of buildings etc Estab lisped trade now No 2 A largenew residence with 0 acres of land on Crab Orchard street Xo 3 Two splendid homes on Rich mond street at low figures No 4 Three valuable residences on Lexington avenue One at 2700 oee at S4750 very large and desirable property and one at All at ruck bottom prices No 5 New cottage and H acres on cheapNoon Dan venue Remarkably low at price 2000 xsu 7 Cottage on water street one acre plenty of fruit For sale or rent at reasonable figures No 8 Coal yard scales and two store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and fancy goods at having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store rooms on first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 per cent on the price at which property can be purchased A splendid investment No 11 Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved land 3i miles from town at 50 per acre No 12 Improved place of 45 acres good land 2 miles from town at 1800 We also have some valuable proper ty in the city limits occupied by people which rents for prices yielding 20 per cent on the invest rents We have other farms also Call on G B Swinebroad M D Hughes 12fl3t 111 W L tt r from Europe J Mall Rates 000 astand lif lleiiry attersoiis ii 1 j URIEJOURNftl ii 1 j I is COURIERJO URNeII 4 1 pli N L r a1 colored I i 1 Gossip About People v v v s A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Arc In Dr G C Faris is in Cincinnati for a few days Miss Ann Dooley is in Los Angeles Cal visiting relatives Mr and Mrs R C Warren of Stan ford were visitors here Davidson was in Lexington and Winchester the first of the week Miss Sallie Lou Myers left Saturday for Stockton Cal to reside with her sister Mr and Mrs George Bruce of Dan yule have been guests of Mrs Nancy BrownMrs A D Ford who has been quite sick with grippe is reported some betterMiss Fannie Doty is in Richmond visiting Misses Margaret and Mary Miller Mrs J R Mount Is numbered among the sick this week but is much im proved Mesdames P Grant and FD Games of Danville were visitors here the past week Miss Julia Reid has returned from several weeks visit to relatives in Louisville Sirs J S Robinson has returned from i visit to her sister Mrs Anderson of Paint Lick Miss Beulah Grimes who has been visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers has re turned home The friends of Mrs D M Lackey are glad to hear of her recovery from her recent illness Lieut Robert Kennedy of spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Louisa Arnold has returned from several months visit to relatives in Jellico Tenn Mrs Annie Herring is at home again after a visit to her daughter Mrs Jesse Walden of Danville Miss Helen Gill who is attending Cincinnati Conservatory of Music is at home for several weeks Miss Mayme Ballard of Bryants ville 1as been the attractive guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Miss Dove Harris who has been vis iting her sister Mrs Sim Anderson has returned to Lexington Miss Bettie Anderson has returned from Kansas City where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Bacon Rev Reid and little daugh ter Julia of Middlesboro have been visiting his mother Mrs Mary Reid Mr and Mrs J S Bowman who have been guests of Mr William Anderson and wife have returned to their home in Lewis county Mrs W S in of Atlanta has been visiting her jter Miss Jennie Dun can She will this week accom panted by her brother Mr John Dun can Mr J R Mount who was hurt in stepping from a train some days ago is able to be back at his store but Is W Mr R t t Sunday Lexington Charles return WAIT FOR US We will have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERYW- ill have everything in uptodate goods Watch our notice of opening Mrs John F Lear l1U1U1U1U l1U1U1U1U1Ul1 m 1U1U1UW1UiUiUiU I l nnnirnr vnrnnmmirnnu n nrnrnnnnr irnrnnvnrnimn- I l i t r still suffering pals from tils Injured ankle J Herbert Kinnaird Is In Somerset on business Col John W tImer has been in Mt Vernon on business Miss Emma Napier has returned to her home at Point Leaven after a very pleasant visit to Misses Katha sloe and Esteila Conn Danville Advocate Misses Dove Embry and DovcTIIarris of and Mr Branham Beazlev of are expected to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Baughman this weekStanford Journal Hon M D Hughes and Mr Jacob Joseph of Lan caster transacted business here yes terday and paid us a pleasant call Mr W B Moss of Lancaster was a substantial caller at this olllce this morningOne the prettiest parties of the season was given Wednesday after noon by little Miss Porter Scott Hud when she celebrated her third birthday The little table was decorated with flowers and the menu was delicious Little Miss IIud son is of our most popular and babies Her guests were Hamilton Martha Ward Sweeney and Della Rice Hughes Lancaster John S on Thelma Lexington beautifully one attractive Reports from Clear Water Florida say our friend Jack Stormes is get ting plenty of good bites but he in variably pulls on them too soon St Patricks Day Parade John Barry Murphy Rooney Mulcahy Hughes OToole Mack Moriarity Mooney OCallahan McCoole OShaughnessv Fitzsimmons Dowd Drumgoole McGuffey Keefe OLeary McGonigle McVey McGillOConnell Geary OKelly Finn OShay ORourke Muldoon Mullally McClellan Curry Fav Delaney Killen Brady Muldowney Monahan Oh see them march a clan In honor of St Patrick who was a gentleman Ex Fine Congressional Timber Danville speculation is ripe in regard to who will be the next Democratic candidates for Con gress in this district and who will be the winner of the contest for the for this high office allow us to make a few remarks in a fraternal party spirit The various counties in the district suggesting favorite sons for the nomination therefore News considers it entirely apropos to mention one of Boyles distinguished offspring It has been rainy years since a representative to the national capitol Not since the days of Hon Milton J Durham has it held that honor Not because her sons were unworthy not because they did not rank with the best in the land but for the simple reason that politics has never entered as largely into the make her citizens as is the case with some of her neighbors Wheth er this has been to her benefit or detriment is immaterial now With all due respect to those who may en ter the race for Congress two years hence candor compelis us to say that none will be better qualified to fill the position than Hon Wm J Price of the County of Boyle He is a man who has utmost confidence of his wide acquaintance As County has been faithful and conscientious in the discharge of his duty showing c neither fear nor favor As a lawyer he is well versed in both theory and practice enjoying a good practice at the bar and holding a professorship in the Central University Law School where he is highly regarded His oratorical powers are unsurpassed and he has at all times lent his best talents toward the advancement of his party Briefly he is the man for the place a gentleman scholar and worker in the ranks We do not know whether he will consent to make the race or not but should he do so we are confident that he will far ahead of all com ers There is hardly a county after her own candidate is dropped but would indorse Mr Price as second choice In Memoriam Died at her home near Marksbury on the night ot Feb 4th Jennie Mel via little daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Ward Although she had been an in valid all her life her death came as a shock to us all Sweet sister you have left us And thy loss we deeply feel But it is God who has And He all our sorrow heal We wish to thank the kind friends for their kindness to us In our hours of sorrow One Who Loved tier 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 chance to get the very best at unusually low prices Imr Erle CFarra atThompsons McA u1llTe ODonovan OGrady NewsWhile are this county sent upof Attorney- he run bereftus i nomination tiles can fine is it Bring It Home Some people think a newspaper should print every piece of gossip the loafers and longtongued scoundrels circulate If those who wish this class ofstuff printed will agree to our airing the skeletons in their own closets we could send out a paper larger than the Sunday Enquirer Will Kill The Fish One of our friends scents disaster for the coming sunnneron account of the explosions of dynamite down the river that there are no fish In this part of the country and is willing to swear that all the fish in the Kentucky river are caught in the jam at Irvine and he says dynamiters who are crack ing ice down below will surely kill all the fish Beattyville Happened In Dover A neighboring county man found it necessary to lay aside his good clothes and put on a dirty ragged suit and help clean up the machinery in his place of Then he went home and as he entered the front gate a tramp coming out The tramp mistook him for one of his kind and said Theres no use to go in there pard thats the meanest white woman News Who Was Guilty A bachelor preacher who occupied the pulpit of one of the neighboring city churches made a good impression upon part of his audience at last He had finished his discourse and was about to dismiss the audience when the lights suddenly failed As soon as he could realize the situation he asked that some one would start a song The request was scarcely made when one of the young ladies near where the preacher stood raised In a plaintive voice full of tenderness and longing that old familiar hymn Draw Me Nearer The audience literally roar ed and to make the scene more the current of electricity came on again just then and revealed the preachers face which was red as blood while the singers went serenely on A Demand for Honesty There is a great awakening all over this country on the matter of integri ty in public service Two United States Senators have been indicted for malfeasance in olllce a gang of rich grafters have been sent to the peni tentiary in St Louis members of the Illinois and West Virginia Legisla tures are being exposed in their cor ruption and the people are putting the stamp of their approval upon men who unearth and run to ground in high places It is a splendid movement and it is yet in swaddling clothes The people are realizing as never before the absolute necessity to know that a man is thoroughly honest before he is elected to otlice schemers and wire pullers and men upon whose integrity there is even a suspicion of dishonesty must goway back and sit The Lard And Bacon Hog Prices for bacon on the big markets vary as much as fifteen cents a pound Why Because there are farmers who know how to raise bacon that brings high prices and others who dont The high priced bacon Is firm and has a con amount ot lean in it but it differs from the other more in or the fat In the high priced bacon the fat is firm and on frying re mains firm The cheaper bacon goes to pieces on being cooked that is most of it changes into lard and what left is like the cracklings that from leaf lard Most people that try this cheap bacon turn to the firmer kind though they have to pay more for Probably the men that feed hogs do not realize the difference in the re suits that are obtainable by different methods of feeding It seems certain that if we are to increase the price of the hog there must be a general In quality The public is de manding both a lard and a bacon hog and there is no reason why both should not be furnished Election of Democratic Committeeman Pursuant to an order of the Demo County Committee on the 27th day of February 1905 at a regular meeting thereof an election is hereby called for the selection of a in West Bryantsville precinct to fill the place on the County Com mlttee rendered vacant by the of A C Bowling The democrats of said precinct will meet at the voting place in on the 18th day of March at 1 oclock p m Standard time and by vive voce vote to elect a com mitteeman for said precinct to serve for the remainder of the term of A C Bowling resigned all democrats who are legal voters in said precinct are entitled to vote in said election The committeeman so elected will present his credentials to the Chairman of the Democratic County Committee at a regular meeting of said Committee be held in Lancaster March 25 1905 W G Gooch Chm G B Swinebroad Secy hidden Rocks WhenyourShip of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Dlseov er for Consumption J WMcKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia un der 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 Trial free 1m lIvingDover amus- Ing rascal- Ity Tricksters downEx the come increase sail precinct proceed to- 5OQ and Heavers business he- met texture committeeman resignation Striker Pneumonia the 100 bottle We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES rIOT W TEH BOTTLES CHEST P HOTECTOJRS HAIH BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists FRISBIES DRUG STORE t 1 4 l w 6 I I I I SundriesI J TOOTHBRUSHES v a a crop Report Tuesdads Courier Journal says The monthly report of the Commis sinner of Agriculture of Kentucky shows a wheat acreage of 90 per cent of a full crop and the condition 85 The acreage of winter oats is given as 91 per cent of a full crop and the condition 80 live per cent of the Burley tobacco crop has been sold and 37 per cent of the dark Secret of Happiness The man who can drill his thoughts so as to shut out everything that is de pressing and discouraging and see on the bright his misfortunes and failures has mastered the secret of happiness and success He has made himself a magnet to draw friends cheer brightness and good to him His presence is like a sunbeam on a dull day There is no accomplishment no touch of culture no gift which will add so much to the alchemic power of life as the habit the determination to be cheerful and happy no matter what comes to us It will smooth rough up gloomy places and melt snow on the the mountain side New Way of Raising Tobacco Two plants one of tobacco the other of corn may be the solution for raising the finest grade of Burley says the Breckinridge Democrat At B F Beards tobacco warehouse is a lot of Burley of a fine bright color said to be equal to the canvasgrown article It is the product of a Breckinridge farm where each hill contained a plant of tobacco and a stalk of corn The corn shaded tobacco until it has a superior color and texture that will place it among the finestcizarette tobaccos We are unable to learn the effect the tobacco had upon the corn but can see no reason why with glen ty of fertilizer the corn yield would be materially decreased Farmers may well make inquiry into the mat experiment in this double crop growing To grow two large crops where hitherto but one could be is a question of progound impor tance in farm economics An Old Fashioned Remedy Owing to to the prevalence of pneu monia and the great mortality which attend this dreaded disease Boards of Health in different communities in the older States of the union are ad the following remedy for the Take six to ten onions ac cording to size and chop fine large frying pan over a hot tire then add to same quanity of rye meal and vinegar enough to make a thick paste In the meanwhile stir it thoroughly letting it simmer five or ten minutes Then put in a cotton bag large enough to cover the lungs and apply to the chest as hot as the patient can bear In about ten minutes change the paul tices and in a few hours the patient will be out of danger This remedy is said to have been formulated many years ago by a New England physician who never lost a patient by the It seems to us that the worth trying in an emergency or until a physician arrives and we give it for what it is worth In Memoriam On the night of March 3rd the spirit of Clara B Prewitt took its flight to a better and brighter world and to Him who said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Heaven Weep not for her dear father and mother She has only gone to join her little sister who preceded about seven years ago May the father and mother feel that the loss of their darling is only a beacon light ever calling them to come May the hand of Jesus our Lord that has been so painfully laid on the father and mother find a deep lodging place in the hearts of the bereaved ones and may they remember that she cant come to them but they go to her where they can be one family never to be broken by death again May the blessed Savior ever lead and guide the parents in their bereavement is the prayer of their friend JT J 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 Pills M Flannery ol 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Billiousness erts druggist 1m We want a number of good country hams weighing from 15 to 18 tf Currey Davidson 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 If your hens are not laying to us box Dr Haas 20th Gen tury food It win make them lay when everything else falls Only 25cts Drug Store 120 t percent as per centFlfty side even of fortune paths light th Put In disease remedy- Is little Kingdom- of her 25c at R E McRob come fora optimistic rand produced Life 4 p now r We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass Orchard Grass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son Ry the Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Billiousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to 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 fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A fic for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve in my fami ly for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every fam ily should keep it on hand Sold by It E McRoberts lm IMciiMuiit and Ilarine Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes i heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on the 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 for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the ellicacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble 1 was afflicted with Stomach Trouble for years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured ne 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 rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm I acta troublesin Watkins- of fifteen 1000 sped mucous preparation WHO FILLS YOUR This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Phvsicans Prescriptions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very best Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc X JfilMMntLUKyj Cures Without Stomach Dosing Cures Catarrh by Simple Breathing is K McKoberts Itelinidt ITIoiiey IT It FallM 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 omei was known had they a method that would obviate drugging- A complete IIyomei outfit costs but 1 and consists of a neat pocket in haler that van be used anywhere attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei bottle of Ilyomei cost but Soc Breathing Ilyomei through the 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 arrhal 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 not give positive relief OOCOOCOOC I I II 1 I I I I 2 I I I g OOc stomach without Extra inhaler PRESCRIPTIONSI practical I I r To Business Community We extend the accomo dations ofa Strong and Equipped Ijank 0 i3ank of antsville Ientuek Buy Your FI3RT1LIZI3RS from Mount Elkin and raise BIG CROPS Sole Agents for j American Field Fence Mount Elkin The IA1ell 4Thc I3rntsvi11I- jr Business and Bargains Chicken Banks Hudson We want your eggs W II Ward 2t Bring your produce to Ward 2t Northern white seed oats at Wards 2t For cut designs see Joseph tf Three good fresh milk cows for sale tf R M Campbell Window glass oils and paints of al kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210 tf Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Seed Oats Millet Hungarian and Sorghum seed at Wards Grocery 2t Walter loseph reperserit the lead fng city florists See them for designs Wanted several stands of bees Walton Moss Phone in residence tf All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10 tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes 210 Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 Floral desgins on shortest notice it Walter Joseph See Mrs Dollie Brown at store and order the Ladles Hume Journal 1021tf Boarders wanted at Mr Simp sons 12Utf Great bargains in books Erie C Farra at Thompsons Jewelry store 1m Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J 11 Haselden tt Some nice hams middlings should ers and lard for sale Walton E Moss phone in residence tf See the new and pretty lineof Dress Ginghams now on display at the Lo gan Dry Goods Co Y 2t For sale Seed Oats Call on J C or Gabe at Stone Ky 3 10tf Closing Out We have big bargains in every line tf Thompson the Jeweler 400 pieces music regular price 40cts to 75cts all goes at lOcts per COPy at Thompsons 217tf Three stands of Italian bees for sale Also 200 pounds 1904 white clov er honey J C Thompson tf 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pair Thompson 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 Do not forget the Opening of L E Hays Co at my place Mch 9th and 10th J C Hemphill You will find a vert atensive line of Harnburgs in yond new pat terns at the Logan Co 2t Your accounts and notes are due 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 Use Frisbies Almond Cream for chapped Manus face or lips Its a sure cure Only 15cts 120tf Frisbies Drug Store Will buy a number of good country hams weight from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A 8o 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell For Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the 25tf Smith Currey Agts Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cnt my timber 1 will cut fence posts telephone poles etc See or address mi att when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry If you want your measure taken Experienced Cutter you can have it done by calling Mch 9th or 10th J C Hemphill Soft finish yard wide bleached at 3c per yd Come early before it is all Please do not forget the Tailoring Opening of L E Hays at my place March 9th and 10th J C Hemphill I have about 2000 fruit trees from the Tennessee Nurseries which I will sell cheap They are extra good ones U D Simpson Separate Departments Measures for clothing are taken in an apartment separated from Dry department tf Hughes As I will be away from home March Patrons of the Lancaster and Loan Association can make the payment of that date March llth Hemphill Save an 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 particular Joseph Hughes s I 7 feed for sale fltlvers and Walter 0 Drug Store lOt U D Preston J nea Possession wastes cotton gone The Logah Goods Colt J C Hold t C I i Y r logeph k ban y Building ever 1 e Y Odd Isnt It His nose was snubbed Ills hair wasred And he possessed An ugly head His hands were coarse Ills legs were bowed He strange to say Was pigeontoed And yet a woman loved was Ills eyes were near His mouth was stretched From ear to ear Ills head was bald eyes green face was fat ttls body lean And yet a woman loved him He had one eye legs were gone His teeth were out His arm in pawn His back was humped His soul was small lie was a remnant That is all And vet a woman loved him It matters not How hard the face How homely be The outer case How botched the job How crude the plan Just so they call The tiling a man A woman then will love him Chicago Chronicle Danville Louisville and Lexington purists are represented by Ed C Gaines and in ordering Mowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your approval he bearing all responsibility Phone 100 Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May IS l0f Round Trip Ilomeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IRA F SCIIWKQKL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Cincinnati O We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf T Williams Sons Our Jewelry and fancy good must be closed out before Mar 20th goes at cost and many goods for much less Now is your opportunity Call now dont wait 33tf 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 store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her 1021tf 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 pl Mi ty on hand at low prices Call us up at Marksburys granary tf Jack Adams Change of Dates The Tailoring Opening of L E Hays Co which was announced for March 3rd and 4th will be held at my place Match the 10th will I will ask my Patrons and friends ID call at the latter dates and see an elegant line of Spring novelties and have their measures taken by an experienced Cutter J C Hemphill Hold Until 17th and 18th We have had an engagement with Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore ex pert clothiers for a month past to send an expert here to take measures for suits on 17th and 18th This Is one of the best houses in America and we invite competition in prices and quality We are determined to mark goods down to a very low prolit and save you 3 to 5 on a suit of clothes We therefore insist that you compare prices and quality before purchasing elsewhere Fits guaranteed and a try on given if reauested Joseph Hughes THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST An Independent Newspaper AT THE ItATE OF 1 I IJ i I Ills tlc k short Ills were Isis Ills I 2t BId Notice him lotto Everything s Only 25c Per Monthby A department for everybody Fairest Edltorals Best Political Ar tries Best Miscellany Best Short Stoles Best Book Reviews Best Childrens Paper Best Home News Best Condensed News Best Market Reviews Best of everything PRICE BY MAIL Six Three ITIoutliw One Mouth Sample Copy if you wish Address Circulation Dept The EVENING POST Louisville Ky One Year 8300 Month 8200 8125 Loe Old news for sale atthis Office papers Lack of conlidence For that tired feeling take a cynic Still water often becomes stagnant Fine words do not make line thoughtsExperience covers a multitude of sin Leading an aimless life Is self damna lion Much reading does not always mean much wisdom Some people wear their virtues like their line clothes Ones duty never becomes pleasure until you learn to love it The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 8 4 p M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers fI 50 5 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 C04 50 butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Medium to good butcher 3 25 3 Common to medium butchers t 50 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 m 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 25 2 50 Good to extra stock steers 2 75 3 JO to medium stock steers 2 00 2 75 Good to choice stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Common to medium stock heifers 1 50 2 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 7 Choice veal calves 500 Common to medium calves 4 00 5 CO HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 Ibs 5 15 Medium packers 160 to 2UO tbs 5 15 Choice light ship 120 to ICO lbs 5 Ou Choice piga 90 to 130 Ibs 4 50 Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 4 sa Roughs 150 to 500 lb 450 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 00 4 50 Fair to good 3 00 4 00 Common to medium i 50 2 50 Bucks 2 00 3 CO Extra shipping lambs c 50 Rest butcher lambs Common 3 50 4 50 FREEA 6PAGE CALENDARWALL Map of Kentucky showing every Postollicc County 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and incur the danger of a severe cold What must a wom an endure who does these things when she is suffering from diseases Every movement must be painful and aggra vate her condition Fortynine women out of fifty who suffer from womanly diseases can be perfectly and permanently cured by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It estab lishes dries weakening drains heals inflammation and and cures female weakness In the I was taken sick writes Mrs Edna Crowder of Ripley Lauderdale CoiTenn My had severe pains in back lower of bowels I kinds of medicine and four of the best doctors in the country until I gave up all hope of recovery In 1901 I wrote to Dr R V of BuffaloN Y and received from him a letter telling me to try his medicines I took eleven six of Favorite five of Golden Medical Discov one vial of Pellets anti used one box of Lotion Tablets and one of Healing I want to Thanks to you for your valuable medicines and kind advice Keep the bowels healthy by the timely use of Dr 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