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THE CENTRAL RECORDFIFTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 17 1905 o NUMDBBlH I Sanitary Goods From Worlds Fair 1- I I Co 99 1 01 111A AAi I Sold when new for 5 foot iron enamel tubs complete ILL Improved low i down Toilet Extra large en ameled with bract ets faucetstraps1 Ir 4 washbowl 1JS i iII G Ii 80I I1 orn PRICES Less than half II J1 H40 1JlI Special Sale I Rugs AftMcnlll Cheap CheapI CHEAP We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap LSuccessors toJA Beazley Co I Beazley Undertalte i- rv OF- Sattthy 1- JCAo 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 Wm HcrudonT G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drag store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business fetTRJS if S S tl5 I G CHRIS FARIS Ja r road I JL R I J 1 1 1 i Dentist Office over Tbompons store Danville st 6 t t Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best 5 Salesman BOCU5A Blue Grass Nursesies SPUING 1005 Trees by the MILLIONS Fruit and Shade Small Truits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything ordinarily kept at such an iblishment We sell direct to the planter and have noagents Tree and Strawberry Catalogues on application to II F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON l J f1 oS 7J I CiNCINNATI I l LeastWear E C vmcvooacr cst KENTUCKY r iitJ USE a C 1 i Local Notes Enforce the dog law Virgil Kinnaird sold a tine 2 year old cult to Mr II M West for 150 Rev Donald McDonald will fill the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sun day morning Rube Bently who killed Leonard Simpson on Fall Lick was acquitted at examining trial more Lancaster than any town in the state If tax were paid on them all the city till would be full of dollars The K P lodge is having work Friday night and many members at tend the meting Ustes Walker rides the third heat tomorrow night Mr J C Thompson is selling out his stock of jewelry and clocks very rapidly and will have the stack about dispos ed of by first of the month the time he leaves for California Water is over the highest valve in the lake As this is twice as much as was there last year a bountiful sup ply for all summer is assured This splendid news for the people but is not relished by the croakers who still say the water are a failure Prominent Visitors The following gentlemen in charge of the hemp machine are registered- at the Gaines House J M Worth Keith A M Shely W A Shely Jno Selvig and II B Kendl all of Although heels oves head in a business which millions of they find time to give a pleas ant answer to the ten thousand fired at them every day and have made many friends among our people Engineer Lammers Hurt The many friends of Mr Henry Lammers engineer on the day trains will regret to learn of the painful and serious accident which befell him While splitting kindling at his home in Richmond a stick flew up and struck him in the eye The thinks he can save it but it will keep him from work for some time Everybody along the line is fond of Uncle Henry and trust that he will soon be back at his post The Records Plan Also We aim to print all legitimate news fit for the public to read favor It is neither fair right nor just to suppress a news item at some bodys request merely to pander a fa vor and then publish the same thing about some one else Treat everybody fairly give all the news impartially but do no one an injustice is our If by mistake at any time we do an injustice this paper will make the due correction on attention being directed to it Fleming After a long Illness Mr Leander at his home on the Buckeye pike Saturday afternoon about four oclock Some months ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis which with a severe case of rheumatism has caused untold suffering and confined him to his bed for almost the entire time Mr Davidson was born and reared in Garrard county and was one of its most popular and upright He was a farmer owning a splendid place near the old Antioch church and was a very successful one He was a director in the National Bunk of Lancaster and for many years a leading advisor in this successful institution He was a member of the Christian church and always ready to help his friends lie was married to Miss Carrie Yantis a daughter of the late Harvey Yantis who with three children TL L Guy and Mrs Z T Rice survive him Funeral services were conducted at the grave Eld F M Tinder officiating Sunday after noon at three oclock and the remains interred at the Lanaster Cemetery Letter From California Dear Mr Editor In looking over your paper I notice that one Mr J E Stormes has been to make you feel bad by sending you a circusbill Did he send you a ticket That Is what I want to know At any rate he is trying to make you feel bad because you are having such fine weather in Kentucky Well guess It is tough While I write this am sitting outside in the shade in a temperature of 80 There has not been a day since we came here that fe could not gather roses Am sitting within a few feet of a magniticient rose tree in full bloom and a palm towering at least fifty feet above my nead Now I dont write this to make you feel bad only wish I could pass you over a slice W e are delighted with California think it the greatest place I ever struck Have been in some twentyeight or thirty states but this beats em all Well have had the pleasure of seeing Bal divin make several successful assents in his air ship the Arrow She sails as majesticly as an eagle and he can handle it as easily as Brls Bruce handles his wheel barro n It Is quite a novelty to see him flying around over the city Regards to all iriends and if you ever get thawed out enough to write would be pleased to hear from you Very respectfully i I worthlessdogs J E Chicago represents questions Sunday doctor without motto anyone Gazette Davidson Davidson died citizens try- Ing W S Beazley Y There are ever mks dollars The coatless loafer will soon make his appearance The report that the murderer of operator Rucker at Danville had been caught was a faka Old Sol has ventured out several times but after a at the rain soaked earth quietly tucked tail and sneaked behind a cloud As stated is a recent Issue Dr Bur netthas moved to the Arnold prop erty just below Squire Kinnaird on Danville street Several parties called for him at his old home forget ting that he had moved Expert Testimony John Wanamaker the successful merchant says There is only one way to advertise and that is to ham mer your name your location and your business so thoroughly into the peoples heads that if they walk in their sleep they would continually turn their head to your store The Crab Orchard Fair Secretary W D Wallin sends The Record the following At a meeting of the directors of the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association the officers were reelected and July 19 20 and 21 dates selected for holding this years meeting Liberal purses and premiums will be given and a great fair is assured Daughters of Confederacy Our regular meeting of the U D C was held with W Elmore A most cordial welcome was given us by the hostess and her daughter Miss Norma The beautiful and bright sunshine brought out a goodly and the meeting was but and instructive We received four members Elegant refreshments were served Next meeting will with Mrs Cabfll Denny April 10 1905 U D C Locates In Brodhead Mr W K Shugars has let a contract for the erection of a large store room at Brodhead same to be completed in sixty days and will open a large stock of drugs paints oils etc Mr Shugars has had a long experience as a druggist aud is a fine young man The town Brodhead is growing rapidly and is a fine business point A state bank was recently organized there and is doing greatgood in assist ing to build the place Mr Shugars tells us that although the bank is only seven weeks old it has deposits amunt ing to 40 000 and if as much as one hundred dollars is deposited for as long as six months three per cent interest is paid there on Mr J W Hutcheson a hustling obliging is the cashier Big Crop Sales The Midway Clipper says that Mr J W Parrish has just concluded the largest tobacco sale of the year He sold his crop estimated by the pur chaser at 280000 pounds to V F Zieg ler representing the Continental This tdbacco was raised on Mr Par rishs land under his supervisied The prices realized are about the same as those Mr Parrish received last year although Mr Parrish thinks the of this years crop much better than that of last year Following are the prices 47000 pounds at 13ic 100 000 pounds at 12c 40000 pounds at IHc 38000 pounds at 8c 40000 pounds at 9Jc 52000 pounds at 7ic Mr Parrish also sold to Cogar Co of this place 70000 pounds of hemp at 85 25 Also to Chas McCulloch of 1200 bushels of orchard grass seed at 110 Circuit Court It seldom happens that there is much business at the March term of the circuit court but this time the picking is shorter 41mn I have ever seen It remarked Clerk Will to the Record yesterday in last issue there is no business of consequence While there are several suits to be tried in which considerable money is involved yet this is of no concern to the public and we will quit the news paper business before we will air peo pies private matters to the public There is enough tattling done around store stoves and by people who lounge around other public places without the newspapers butting into a mans personal affairs so if you have that much idle curiosity to want to know the outcome of suits to settle private affairs go hang around the court room and listen to the evidence Judge Bell and Commonwealths Attorney Hardin were on hand bright and early Monday morning and soon had the wheels of justice grinding The charge to the grand jury was especially good and clear and if the jurors will up the advice given them they will accomplish much good for the community Following is the grand jury Jas Collier forman G W Conner Jesse Doty Allen Teater Albert Skinner B F Secrest Bob Brown Josh Hurt J F Rubly Mote Robinson Gulley JS Robinson The petit jury is as following as follows WLGrow S L Gibbs R L Arnold tiff Ross DM Montgomery Jas D Ray J R Henry W R Cook J A Merryman E B Cook C W Anderson Dave Dudderar Wm Clark Lane T W Bradshaw J N Teater C M Rubles Taylor Burdett Marion Jas Clark SJ Bourne G T J E Ballard W B Hughes ep haven old- s Mrs J number enjoyable beheld o f gentleman qualI- ty Cincinnati Hamilton As stated follow G H Cart new Commonwealths Ito A Time for Rejoicing Hemp Breaking Machine Tested and Proves a Success Garrard Farmers Can Now Raise Hemp and Get it On the Market The time for rejoicing among Gar yard county farmers has arrived While our land is the most fertile and productive in the state yet the lack of farm laborers has caused great trou ble and annoyance Machinery has been invented for handling every crop except hemp and as this is the best hemp growing land in the state it can readily be seen at what great dls advantage the Garrard farmer has beenGarrard ranks first in hemp and last years crop is estimated at four million pounds This brought the farmers of Garrard the snug sum of 225000 The scarcity and high price of help to break it cut the profits and so much annoyance that many refused to put in hemp this year Now that a machine has been invent ed and proved to do satisfactory work the rejoicing among the Garrard coun ty people is great indeed The machine is being handled by the Universal Fiber Co of Cicago and Mr James E Keith president of the company Is here with Messrs Shely This is the first practical test given the machine in the field all the testing having been done in the factory It was brought to Lancaster direct from Chicago That its has attracted great attention is proven by the fact that from every country of the world have been to to see it Its success means a in the hemp business as more hemp will now be raised and many articles made from hemp which were not heretofore from the fact that more fiber could not be obtained The machine is made entirely of steel there being no wood used in its construction whatever It is the in vention of Shely Bros o f Chicago formerly of Lexington Ky who have had long experience in the raising handling and selling of hemp In fact they know all about it They have spent several years in the construction of the machine The stalls are fed in the front end of mc chine and run through sidewise the fiber is brought out at other end abso lutely free from tangle and perfectly cleaned Here it is caught by men who tie it into hands Old hemp raisers men of much experience say the hemp is cleaned far better than it is possible to do it by hand and the fiber is not broken at all It is running at a rate equal to the work of onehundred men per day but the speed can be even greater Some idea of the importance of re sult of this machines work can be gained from the fact that the most prominent financiers of Chicago are ofllcers and directors in the company and unlimited sums of money are back fog it The demand for hemp is tban that for any other product and Kentucky hemp comes first of all Sisal and other stuff is used in many cases where hemp is much preferable but the manufacturers will not figure on using hemp from the simple fact that the product is uncertain Row why is it uncertain Simply because the raisers out here in the country cannot feel assured that their crops will be broken and plant wheat corn etc instead of hemp Now that the difficulty has been removed we look for the greatest boom the Ken tucky farmer has ever experienced The machine was tested on the farm of Mr W R Cook near town and a large crowd is there every day watching its work It will be there for several days and we advise the hempraisers to drive out and see it The fact that Lancaster was as a testing point over Lexington and other prominent hempraising lo calities is proof of Garrards prom nence in the hemp market and is due to the efforts of H A B Marksbury Son who have been in correspondence with Mr Keith and Messrs Shely for more than three years in regard machine and Garrard county hemp The people of Garrard appreciate deeply the bringing of the machine to this county for a test the result of which is watched with interest all the hempgrowing world The many friends of Mr and Mrs A J Rice extend sympathy on the loss of their baby who died Sunday night after a brief illness Funeral services were held at the grave and the little body tenderly laid to rest in the Stan ford Cemetery Monday afternoon Horse Kicks Little Child Little David 9 years old and son of Jas W Huffman deceased was kicked by a horse last Friday at noon while helping his uncle feed The horses hoot striking him just over the eye fracturing the skull and driving both plates of skull In on brain Physicians were summoned and removed ten pieces of his skull The boy hovered between and death for ten hours before he became conscious The attending physician pow has good hopes of his recovery I representatives gentlemen selected Rice Huffman t caused outcome hemp productn Chicago revolution greater the the life g 0 Straining a Gnat Nicholasvllle News A moral streak has struck the members of the Grand Jury and if reports are true quite a number of our hest society people are in danger of being indicted for euchre to be played for prizes on their premises together with those who participated Gambling is the term used by the Grand Jury Wheth er expectations of these citizens are to be fulfilled or not time alone can tell but it is a fact that several young men have been called before that august body and questioned in regard as to the value of the prizes given and the names of those who playedWhether this investigation is going on in a spirit of fun and because the Grand Jury has nothing else to do or whether the members propose to put a stop to their innocent amusement can not be told but if there ever was ridiculous proceedings it has never come to our notice Sunday Schools offer prizes for best teachers and punctual attendance schools for proficiency of students the merchant to the customers who purchases most goods either of which is gambling if playing euchre for a prize is gambling and why good citizens should be hu miliated by being summoned before the Grand Jury for entertaining a few friends is beyond comprehension un less it is because of a desire to pry in to private affairs and of no general In terest to the public List Your Property We are now listing farms and other property to advertise in catalogues and papers in other localities You will do well to see us at your earliest convenience if you want to sell your property Hughes Swinebroad tf Store Rooms For Sale Having decided to move away I will on Monday the 27th court day sell to the highest bidder in front of the premises the double store rooms re Gently occupied by D D Geiger and Mrs Lear They have just been re paired painted plastered and put in fine shape The second stories are al so in fine repair Will give possession of the store rooms at once There are in splendid location and always find ready renters Sale takes place at 130 oclock J A Yeager tf 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 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 permitting tf I amore C Get in the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co 00 0 0000 0 00 0 0 X 0 9 0 0 O New Spring Goods The swellest lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods Ladies Shoes Ever brought to Lancaster Now Ready Come Joseph Mercantile Co OOOOoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOOOOOO 0000 i 0 0 0 00000 000 0 I 0 I L Se- eTHE II Get Ready for Uptodate Tailoring r 7 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 you We represent the following upto date tailoring establishments The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati- M Burn Co Chicago r Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago ftIllinois Tailoring Co Chicago H T r l 1 I I I SERI c-I IIII Merchant I LOGAN j w Wt1 1- I Turning and Hill side Plows all Steel Beams PERFECT IN Good Turners Try Them They will not disappoint you Single Trees Double Trees Hames Collars Col lar Pads Bri dles Back Bands and any thing you want for Spring Work Clover Timothy and Orchard Grass Seed The best that can be found in the market SEED SOWERS ETC You go to a wiry Not Come to a CARRIAGE BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Y YrritIwQlttA H rJ W I I I I I Strongly Built I Traces Haselnen IAJJDAVJNt fci WrMl1 nnnnnrnrnnrnr nnnnr BAKER for BREAgI for BrasUUU1U U uuuu uu uu u u u UU Uu u u n u un AU Ie Chattanooga CONSTRUCTION1 Robinson mnrnnnm MAKE LEWIS Y LEAVELL President t I I I I l 1 T I T 1 t 7 T 7 1 J S ROBINSON Vice Prest j ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcooo SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeoper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BflNK PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 I J J Walker T M Arnold II I I I I I I I E L I INCORPORATED 111Dmtm RS M COY RGGUYN J B WOODS W C FISH D L FRY ARNOLD J S BURROWS R U E L WOODS Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II Our Customers Fully Protected byFidelity and Casuality Insuranceare rC x RECORD Jssiued Weekly 100 per 1eqp LOUIS LANDRAM Entered atthe Post OjHcr in Lancaster Kyai Mall Matter Lancaster Ky March 17 1905 The colored nian Anderson whom the President appointed collector of Customs in New York is said to be a high liver and feeds upon the fat of the land He may cut this wide swath but we will wager a stack of blue chips that that nigger would rather have a good fat possum and a twist of longgreen tobacco than anything the great markets of New York A St Louis wife sets forth in her complaint for divorce that her furnishes her nothing to eat but cornmeal musji She ought to be glad that he brinks in that much There are many husbands who depend upon the wifes labor for the daily bread In this day of sorry lazy men one who does so much as bring in mush is do ing pretty well An eastern doctor who took a course in nuttyology says a woman can gain a line ligure by carrying weight on her head The only weight we ever saw a woman her head was the basket of washing toted by the old time Negro The weight the woman has to carry is concealed in her heart Rockfeller is going to build a million dollar home There is not a country editor in the United States but who hopes and believes he will some day be able to build one just a little liner than Rocks You know if we were not an over enthusiastic set of cusses we would not be in the newspaper business David G Grolf editor of the Jessa mine News is a candidate for repre sentative subject to action of the Democratic party Mr Groff is a good editor which means that he is competent to make laws for the state and loop after her interests The primary will be held 25 1905 Down in the southern part of the state a man has brought suit alleging that his wife held hands while playing cards We pre sume his kick is on the ground that she did not know how to play them A fashion note says Easter bonnets will be smaller this year If the writ er of the item will invent some meth od of making the cost smaller many a man will rise up and call him blessed New York has just built a church on the sky scraper plan When some of its highflying society members at tend services they will be just about as near heaven as they will ever get Editor Waltons good paper the Journal has rounded out its thirtythird year If he has all the success we wish him his cup of joy will be full to overflowing The poor Ccar of Russia cries out I would die for my people It is possible that this would not be a bad move on his part at the present BUCKEYE Miss Cordie Ray is attending school in Kirksville Rev Ellis filled hisappointment here Saturday and Sunday Mr J M Walker who has been quite sick of grippe is improving Joe Simpson and little daughters of were in our midst Saturday Miss Nora Lorg of Madison was with her sister Mrs Burton Sunday We welcome the approach of Spring and every one has a smile on their face Mrs Will Jones of London spent last week with Mrand derf wife and bright little son were guests of J E Dickerson and family Sunday Louis Ray writes us that he is grate ly pleased with the outlook for this is his second year in school in Danville IndThe Ladies Aid of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs John Saturday afternoon nil mem hers are earnestly requested to be PAINT LICK Mr Will Fish has been sick R L Jennings was In our town Mon dayMr Claud Kemper and family have moved to this place Mrs Fannie Garrard is visiting friends in Lexington Mr Guy Rice has sold his livery to Richatd Moberbly A B Estridge says he took in 1000 doz eggs Friday and Saturday Miss Mary Spurlock is rapidly im proving after a severe spell of pneu Miss Mary Clark Engleman who has been quite sick is some better at this writingMr H Brock the efficient cashier of the Peoples Bank has accepted a position with the first National Bank of Cincinnati The members of the Christian church at this place wish to express their thanks for the books presented to them by the Christian churcfi of your place 4 g CENTRAl afford husband carryon average for Interior writing ina Mrs BooneSan J T I1ardin Walker present t business monla assistant t 7 i Second thoroughly flay divorce SPRING IS HERE At least spring is very evident in our new stock of You are cordially invited to come and inspect the many new goods whether you are ready to buy or not A great many materials and designs cannot be had la ter in the season so come now and secure choice This is emphatically a Silk Season We have pre pared for it by buying the largest line of plain and silks ever sssn outside a large city We have over 100 styles and colors in fancy silks at 50 60 75 85c 100 and up in stripes checks figures plaids Dres dens chameleons etc Every quality desired in plain silks We call special attention to silk 30 inch es wide at 125 about the newest thing of the season The name is on every yard of the geuuine We are also sole agents for the a Silk that we give a written guarantee with every pur chase KOKOON lining silk is another exclusive line This comes in all colors is pure lustrous silk will not split is guaranteed is only yard CHANGEABLE TAFFETAS a full yard wide at 100 a yard Very desirable shirt waist suits SilIShirt Waist nd CoatSuits Our line of these is very large and attractive Shirt Waist Suits made of pure silk fancies at 10 Coat Suits in Redingote Blouse and Surplice styles in all colors and black from 15 to 40 It will be well worth your while to come and inspect these lines if only to post yourself on styles Accordion Skirts We are receiving these every week Come and see them and if we are out ofyour size leave an order as they sell as fast as received Embroidered Flounces We have just received a lot of 50 pieces of 27 inch Hemstitched and Scalloped embroidered Swiss Flounces suitable for Shirt Waists Skirt Flounces Childrens Skirts etc These we have priced at 50 and 100 a yd and each one is really onehalf more Special Sale Very Fine Gold and Jewel Mounted Side and Back Combs 100 EACH This is an assorted lot of about 50 very chose styles worth from 125 to 200 each Only one and two of a style They will be on sale Tuesday morning New Silk and Leather in a good variety of attractive new shapes at 50c to Browns Blacks Blues Green Tan and White Bolts to suit any occasion and any suit J 4 n Q JfJIanville y Furnishings N w Sills fancy RAJAH RAJAH CLIFTON BOND SUITING 55c 1 65 75 S5c Belts 250 Ky F I K 0 worth 2 Danville tf 1 d t SEEDS I vr CLOVER TIMOTHY I BLUE GRASS MILLET and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding I am in the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than Any class of Feed you may need HempEtc ship tuff GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson I Do You Want to Sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We are who want possession 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 dis tribution among our exchanges and prospective purchasers Our commis signs are no sale no pay See either of us M D Hughes G B Swinebroad Eggs For sale White Leghorn and Buff Plymouth Rock eggs 100 for fifteen Phone in seidence Walton E Moss tf already receiving inquiries from buyers catalogue to a Building Paint as r what clothing is to the It is just as important You should take as much care selecting the paint to clothe your property as you do in the material to your person Paint pre serves the building Paint gives beauty to the building It also adds to the or value a building THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT is made for painting buildings It is not a lowpriced paint but ft is cheap because the best It is made of the that wear the longest The colors are bright and handsome R E McKOBERTS in SOLD lY renting Drnggisfi j I i I J Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands S Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points Wire Pence 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 ELMQUE Black Diamond AND PortlandCementPlastering Roof Paint Stormes Drug Store I S 01 IB Y w f ygli ililfj11iJlJl0I01 I C rn D 0 4f r i s o Ltp- o p1p As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it 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 to be when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 916 tf We have now bottled our of Vanilla This is made by ourselves from the best Mexican Vanilla Beans and is absolutely the best and purest you can use There is no extract on the market as good We want every one that likes a good vanilla to try one bottle We are sure that you will bo pleased Price 20 cents 1 20tf Frlsbies Drug Store extract i t r r going r DODDDODDDDOCJEJDD FRUITS D D D at I5CI D 1 EII1c Peaches IDDI2 ioc D DD D D D- Blancaster Grocery Go B D- DDDDDDDDDDDDDDD 1 w f REVAPORATED oc Apricots Eli 15c Apricots at E f at12T4croc Peaches at LID 12c Prunes at loc t log Prunesat ScIIJ 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 i year 6 Daily ami Sunday f year S Weekly i year i COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY Jiy 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 oiler must be sent through the Central Record olllce Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy 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 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 land on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on Rich mond street at low figures 4 Three valuable residences Lexington avenue One at 2700 oee at 4750 very large and desirable property and one at 000 All at ruck bottom prices No 5 New cottage and acres on cheapNoon Dan i Avenue Remarkably lovr at price 82000 1u 1 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 3 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 fur prices yielding 20 per cent on the have other farms also Call on G B Swinebroad or M D Hughes 12n3t r ll from GUURIEJUgRNAL Mall Rates CO URIERJO URN iI H 11 astand investments e I ileilfyf t Letters EllfO1e T CourierJo rual ion colored Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are In Capt T S Elkin has returned from the South Mr Jett of Kirksville was a visitor here Sunday Senator George Farris is at home for a few days i Mrs J W Elmore is in relatives J A Beazley was in Stanford the past week on business John A Marrs of Richmond spent a few days in Lancaster John Johnston of Livingston is visiting his relatives here Misses Martha and Helen Gill were in Danville the past week Mr Sam Salter has been spending a few days here with his wife Miss Louise Farris is visiting her grand mother in Silver Creek of Ilustonville has been Mrs Miss Mollie Harmon of Ilustonville has been visiting friends here Miss Mary Gill has returned from several days visit in Cincinnati- Mr and Mrs I C Rucker of Paint Lick were visitors here Monday Mr John Barton has gone to Ford where lie has secured a position Mr Davis of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Marie Joseph Sunday Mrs Miller of Circlesville Ohio is visiting her sister Mrs Fannie Lear Mr J W Grillin of Lexington has been the guest of Mrs George Smith Mr W K Shugars and family are guests of relatives at the New Mason HotelMrs Jonas Rucker of Ford has been visiting her father Mr W K Shugars Attorney John T Hays of Hobart Okla is the guest of J T Williams and family Miss Margaret Tomlinson has been the guest of Miss Mayme Ballard of BryantsvilleMr of Aransas Pass Tex is visiting his uncle Mr J T Conn and other relatives Mrs J Harve Dunn and Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead have been Garrard friends E B Allender and wife of Lexing ton have been visiting Mrs Jennie West Stanford avenue Mr Branham Beazley has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs J S Baughman of Danville Mr George Williams who has been visiting his parents has returned to his home in Decatur ill Rev H N Falconer and family of Oregon are expected for a visit to the family of Mr W B Mason Mr and Mrs Ed Thurmond and little baby left last week for Illi nois where they will reside Mr and Mrs ZTRc who have be n at the bedside of Mr Leander David son have returned to Richmond visiting Mrs Lush g Emma Kauffliian visit- Ing pretty vlsifir WAIT FOR USWe will have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Will Mrs John F Lear r goodsWatch m liU1U1Ulu nU1U1U1U1UU f l1U1U1U1U1U1U1UiUiU1UiU1U- Ur nrruimnnrimoiinnrinnnnnr irnr r nnrnnnnmrmnrnrnr 1y J Mr Ross Bastln Mt Vernon days this week Gapt White continues to suffer from grippe and an annoying cough Mr Fred P Frisbie has been quite 11 f r aeveral days but is improving Miss Ada Dickerson of Nicholasville is visiting Miss Cordelia Hamilton Master Joseph Ballou has returned hume after a weeks visit to friends and relatives in Lincoln Mr Emery McWhorter has returned home after several weeks visit with friends and relatives at McWhorter Misses Mollie and Maud Spainhow r have returned home after three weeks visit to relatives and friends in Indi anaMrs John Barton and baby Mary Helen and Miss Ethel Walters have returned from a visit to relatives in StanfordMesdames C D Powell Clay Hamil ton and little daughter Tnelma returned from a visit to friends in L juisville Miss Mayme Ballard The Records pretty and talented Bryantsville cor respondent paid us a highlyappreci ated call Monday Grove of the night trains is enjoying a layoff and a trip South Capt EveretSorrel punching tickets in his absence Mesdames Joe Falconer Sam Salter Misses Martha Tillett and Frankie Kauffman who have been on the sick list are reported better Miss Irene Romans who is attend ing Madison College was here to the funeral of her uncle Mr Leander Davidson Sunday Danville Charlie Hig nIght of Lancaster visited his par ents here Sunday Attorney E V Puryear was in Lancaster yesterday attending court Mrs Jno F Lear is spending a few days with her parents in Circlesville Ohio She will return and open her stock of spring and summer millinery about April 1st Miss Nannie Burnett who has won a wide reputation as a trained nurse is waiting on Marv Lee the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Lear The latter is much better to day A great number of citizens from counties have been here to hemp machine In fact the line of horses hitched for almost a mile up and down the road remind one of a county fair Mrs Mary Reid was very agreeably surprised on Monday by the arrival of her brother Mr Wm White and wife of Morris Kansas also her nephew Dr White wife and daughter of Council Grove Kansas who were on their way home from the Inauguration at Washington Interior Journal Miss Elizabeth Simpson of Garrard is with Miss Sal lie Cook and spent Sunday in Garrard with her brother who had just returned from a trip around the world lion J M Alverson after faithfully serving his constituency in the Legislature a boil out at Hot Springs ana a visit to the National Capital is back at his pst in this office An event of great interest in local society is the announcement of the wedding of Miss Mary Gill and Chris Faris which will take place at the home of the bride on Stanford street in this city next Wednesday evening the 22nd The bridetobe is one of Lancasters most charming and popular society belles beloved by all Dr Faris who is one of Lancasters most popular young gentleman and is respected and liked by all He came here from Richmond several years ago and began the practice of his profes sion dentistry and by upright con duct strict attention to his business has won the esteem of allour people as his large practice will testify They will drive to Danville immediately after the ceremony and take a trip through the South The ceremony will be performed by Rev Donald Mc Donald of Danville an uncle of the bride Only the relatives and a few close friends will be present The will be Misses Helen and Mar tha Gill Messrs Louis Gill and Burton Faris The wedding march will be played by Miss Margurite Kinnaird NonPartisan The movement inaugurated by the Louisville Bar Association with a view to taking the judiciary of Kentucky out of the mire of partisan politics seems to us to b a commendable one and should and doubtless will receive the cooperation of the State Bar As sociation at its meeting next summer says the Danville Advocate Follow ing the example set by the State of New York and backed by numerous precedents in the early history of the judiciary in this country It is that candidates for judgeships be nominated and receive the endorse ment of all political parties and who can doubt that this would tend to for ever eliminate from the future history of Kentucky any such charge as have heretofore and recently been to bear upon a celebrated case which has not as yet reached a finality in our courts Not only this but it is a move if consummated would add dignity to the judicial ermine and lift it far above the slime and mud which perforce must soil and besmirch it as it is at present worn Under the exist ing statue such a thing as this is of course inadmissible but if the move should meet the approval of the State Bar Association then it is proposed to present the to the next in the hope of securing an amendment so that it may become a law t J 1 J t was In I I have- Capt C S attend NewsMr unexpected J W Perrin Dr G attendants proposed matter t several adjoining seethe Mrs children which Legislature y IWIANTSFiLLE Mr Mote Scott jn Lexington Monday 6rivbusiness Mr Henry Burdette has gone to Illi nois to visit relatives Mr and Mrs R L Jennings visited relatives here Sunday Mr C C Becker was in Lexington the first of the week on business Mrs Lucy Allen of Frankfort has been visiting Mrs Colby Jenkins Miss Alta Boner spent a few days with relatives In Jessamine last week Mrs Harve Dunn and Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead visited relatives here last week Adams of Lancaster is visiting Misses Joe Helen and Wadelee MaretMiss Kate Farlee has been sick also Miss Ella Montgomery and Mrs Nath NoeThe Maret entertained a few of their friends ac a six oclock dinner TuesdayMr Dunn bought of Mr James Reid of Danville a very fine jersey cow for 850 Miss Margaret Tomlinson of Lan caster has been visiting Miss Mamie Lee Ballard Mr Will Jenkins of Indianapolis is at home for a short visit to his father Mr Jenkins Mrs Allie Haselden will leave in a few days for Cincinnati where she will buy her Spring Millinery Several from here attended the candy pulling at the Fork Tuesday evening and a very pleasant time was spentMr Sam Dunn left Tuesday for Iowa Col Dodd of Wilmore has been here engaging wool paving 25cts and the riseThe Bryantsville Methodist church will be paid 2000 by the Government for war damages It will be remem bered by the older residents of the county that during the late Civil War the church was used as a hospital Mrs Mae Steadman and daughter Ophelia who have been visiting in Frankfort for several weeks are home in a few days Mrs Stead man will have a beautiful line of Spring Millinery and desires the pat ronage of her many friends aiAKKSUCKY Mr Tom Chesnut has been sick Mr Millard Rout and Miss Carrie Clark continue ill Mr Job Marsee of Mt Hebron visit ed his brother Mr Jonah Marsee Misses Lee Herring accom panied by the Misses Danton of Paint Lick spent last Friday in Danville Mrs Elizabeth Layton has returned home after a splendid three months visit to her daughter Mrs Will Broad dusMessrs J W Simpson J W Wood and Chas Burdette were summoned as wit nesses to appear in the Court at in the CookBeazley case Mr Geo Aldridge bought of D S Swope some corn at 8250 per bbl Al so Charley Aldridge bought of Mason Pollard some corn at 250 per bbl Greening made a business trip here Saturday He has just returned from Atlanta and Birmingham where he has been with stock and reports the market dull at both places The burn received by the little son of A J Rice resulted in death on Sat urday March 11th and was buried at Stanford Monday The many friends of the family extend their sympathy in their sad bereavement There will be preaching at Pleasant Grove church next Sunday March 19 at 11 a m by Rev Farlee of Burgin and Dr Dorgan pastor of the Baptist church of Danville will on the same day preach at the Fork church at 230 p m STONE Messrs Wm Simpson and Alas Math ews have gone East Frank Folger sold to Mr Thos Rog ers 1 jersey cow for 4500 C M Moberly bought of Luther Bur dette a sow and 5 shoats for 1550 Mr James Hemphill sold several bbl of corn to Banks Hudson for 2 25 in the crib Walter Fain sold his corn and is now delivering It at Lancaster for 2 50 per bbl Hemp breakers are very scarce here Farmers are paying 125 per hundred breakingMrs Speaks of Paint Lick has been visiting her father C M Mob erlyLittle Ruby Thompson was seriously hurt by falling from a barn about 16 feet high and breaking her thigh Mr Landram Burdette wife and children who have been visiting rela tives here for several weeks have re turned to their home in Indiana The river is out of her banks now There has been several thousands of logs passed down and some are making quite a sum of money catching logs for which they get 25c per log Mr C Osburn caught over 300 The creek has been higher this spring than for I years Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible bru tallty if Chas F Lemberger of Syra case N Y had not done the best be could for his Buffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at McRoberts drugstore 1m F r 1 Miss Sallie C M J Sallie and W C loft was expected Stanford DIr S We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES RIOT WATER BOTTLES CHEST PROTECTORS HAIR BRUSHES TOOTHBRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE nt90wr 7 v 1 oil 1 I values MT HEBRON Miss Mary Huffman was with Miss Ada Vanderpool Sunday Mr Jesse Duncan spent Saturday night with his father Mr B A Duncan Miss Maggie Montgomery is the guest of her cousin Miss Lou Mont gomeryMiss Alice Vanderpool her friends at a singing Tuesday eveningMr Dean and wife were the guest of Mrs Dillard Broomiield at Pink Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Brack Grow and Miss Beula Roberts spent Friday with the laters brother Mr Herbert Roberts Rev Baird will preach at this place next Saturday night and Sunday Rev Ellis of Lancaster will also preach for us the following Sunday Mr Thomas Montgomery sold his farm at this place for 500 to Mr Joel Marsee and bought the farm of Mr E D Lawson at Lock No 8 price 81200 FLATWOOD Dr Faris was at Flat Wood on busi ness Saturday- J W Coldiron is able to be out af ter a long illness Henry Miller little Son of Geo Mill er has about recovered Ben Pollard and wife visited at Mrs Florence Cormneys Sunday Rev A J Murrell will preach next Saturday and Sunday at Wallacenot- W L Lawson bought of W H Furr eight fat hogs for 4 25 per hundred- G W Spangler of Crab Orchard spent several days with W II Furr this week Zittle of Waco delivered 400 gallons of his fine crockery ware to W II Furr Wednesday Rev Murrell filled his accustomed place in the pulpit at Good Hope church Saturday Saturdaynight Sun day and Sunday night Geo Miller while making some in his barn loft fell breaking the front bone of his leg just above the ankle joint and wrenching the heel Although it was a very painful acci dent PIIEACIIERSVILLE J C Fox bought 2 calves from J M Cress for 1200 B T Luncford was in Lancaster on business last week Rev W B Ragan has been with home folks for a few days spent Sunday with friends at this place- J P Rogers was in Garrard county on business Saturday- T W Payne bought of W D Elmore a sow and pigs for 1000 Mrs Jessie Travlor is improving but chances are against her recovery Mr Henry Blankenship visited his daughter Mrs G B Kirby at Paint Lick last week Mr E Foley has returned home from Whitley county He sold a load of cattle in Richmond as he returned the profits being small Rev C D Rowley the highway and byway preacher delivered a lecture on fishing at the Methodist church last Sunday which was both instruct ive and edifying James F Green one of our oldest citizens quietly passed to the Great Beyond on the 8th He was married to Miss Susie Hutchins in 1849 and moved from Bell county here in 1873 His funeral was preached M C Hutchins at the residence and was burled on his own place 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 equal for Constipation and Billipusness 25c at R E McRob erts druggist 1m We want a number of good country hams weighirfg from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson If your hens are not laying now come to us fora box Dr Haas 20th Cen tury poultry food It will make them lay when every thing else fails Only 25cts Frisbies Drug Store 120 Fine Seed Corn Boone county white pure bred seed corn A large yield of corn and fod der Deep grain medium white cob wellfilled ears uniform and few nut bins maturing early and ears close to ground In testing twenty varieties at experiment station at Lexington Ky this corn most highly re commended It yields from two to four barrels per acre more than an variety we grow For sale by F Reid at farm near Stanford Ky Price 100 per bushel or sacked and delivered at depot fof 1 25 per bushel 2t entertained Mr Joe Hayden J by Rev W I They have no way Nf repairs 8a 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 fly the Tonic Homo 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 A Dentructlve Fire To draw the lire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A speci 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 time market Every fam ily should keep it on hand Sold by R E McRoberts lm Pleasant and Harmless 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 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 mucous membrane right where the cough troubles in 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 indigestion 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 Watkins of Lesbus Ky says I can testifyto the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble 1 was atllicted with Stomach Trouble for lifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 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 grows strong This wonderful prepa ration is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm acta McRobertslm tat restrecuperates Ss 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 Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very best Paint Wall Paper Etc X Cures Without Stomach Dosin g Ilromel Cure Catarrh by Simple Breathing 11 E Mcltoberu- He Ill mix Money If It Fails to Cure A long stride toward solving the mystery of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyomei 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 Ily omei was known had they a practi cal method that would obviate stom ach drugging- A complete Hyomei outfit costs but 81 and consists of a neat pocket in haler that can be used anywhere with out attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle cf Hyomei bottle of Hyomei cost but 50c Breathing Hyomei 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 arrhal germs and enriches the blood with additional ozone R E McRoberts has so much faith in power of Ilvomei to cure catarrh that he is selling it under his personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not give positive relief C I I I I I I IConscientiously i i I WSFISH PaintLiCUJ1 OOC OOCO ooooooooox PRESCRIPTIONS1 Mixed Extra To Business We extend the accomo lotions of a Strong and Equipped Ijank I3ank of antsville Kentuek Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkin and raise BIG CROPS Sole forJ American Mount Elkiu f The Community Niell 4Th4 I3rantsvi11l- jr Agents Field Fence Business and Bargains Chicken feed for sale Banks Hudson I Bring your produce to Ward Northern white seed oats at Wards I 2t cut flowers and 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 210tf Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf Seed Oats Millet Hungarian and Sorghum seed at Grocery 2t Walter Joseph repersent the city See them for designs Wanted several stands of bees Walton Moss Phone in residence tf AH kind of bulk flower seeds Currey Davidsons tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10 tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Floral desgins on shortest notice tf Walter Joseph See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Hume Journal 1021tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D suns 129tf Great bargains in books Erie C Farra at Thompsons Jewelry store lui Sanitary Goods from Worlds Fair have arrived Come in see and place your order J R Haselden tf Some nice hams middlings and lard for sale Walton E Moss phone in residence tf See the new and pretty Dress Ginghams now on display m the Dry Goods Co 2t For sale seed Oats Call on J C 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 copv at Thompsons 217tf Three stands of Malian bees for sale luau 200 pounds 1904 white honey J C Thompson tf 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pair Thompson the Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown 127tf Banks Hudson Clover timothy and blue grass seed all home grown Banks Hudson tf You will find a very exteusiire line Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle the business Thompson the Jeweler tf Flowars come as represented in three hours notice from Ed C Gaines Phone 100 2t Custom Grinding Bring your corn and get some good Banks Hudson Corn Crush Bring in a load and get something class Banks Use Cream for chapped lianas lace or lips Its a sure cure Only 15cts Frisbies Drug Store Will buy a number of good country hams weight from 15 to 18 pounds Currey Davidson Twohundred bushels blue seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell FOP Sale op Rent Locust Timber FOP Sale Having decided to cnt my timber 1 will cut fence telephone poles etc Sfe or address m at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry Soft finish yard wide at 5e per yd Come it is all gone The Logan Dry Co It I have about 2000 fruit trees from the Tennessee Nurseries which J will sell cheap They are extra good ones U D Simpson Separate Departments Measures for clothing are taken in an apartment from Dry department tf Joseph Hughes Save an order for a suit until the 17 or 18th of March when a Baltimore expert will be with us to take He will a if desired and give Satisfaction in every particular Joseph Hughes Flowers Flowers Flowers I have succeeded Mr J C Thompson in the handling of cut All kinds of flowers and designs on short notice Get my Leave orders with E W Harris Logan Smith tf About 100 pie plant roots for sale tf J C Thompson Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be glad to show you what we do this line By a new can show you how the paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed t P We want your eggs W H Ward 2t 2t For Walter lead- Ing shoulders f Logan or Preston clover I patterns Frisbie Almond grass Possession blea cotton early ore ods Hold measures methodwe r iiz i Sim I n Jeweler I to feed 120 tf ie ca- in f k n at 4 Horace Wheeler is improving Howard Logan has returned rea school after spending several days homeWatson Prewitt sold to Collins Coy of Madison a bunch of shoats at 50 per Raymond Siinpsbn sold a young horse to James Harden for 85 and bought one of Win Ross of Madison for 90 Wiley Prewitt who has been sick for some time is improving slowly and it is hoped by her many friends that she will soon be well Mr Leslie Temple who moved to Illinois two years ago has returned and will make this his future home We welcome Mr Temple and his family Striker Ridden flocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New for Consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes 1 had been very ill with Pneumonia 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 for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds at McRoberts drug store price 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free 1m liEONA VISTA Dr Waller filled his pulpit at liar mony Sunday Did Christopher has sold his farm to A T Scott Virgil Scott bought of Albert Skin ner one horse for 100 Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus visiting Miss Bessie Bolton Mr Lucian Frost who has been quite ill all sinter is better Miss Naomi Hamilton has been friends in this community Miss Mary Vansant of Harrodsburg is visiting her grand mother Mrs Spilman A D Scott Co have taken posses sion of store recently purchased of A T Scott The Colonel Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and al though I tried my family doctor lie did me no good so 1 tot a 50c bottle of your great Eletric Bitters which cu ed me I consider them the best med icine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed Dyspepsia Billiousness and Kidney disease by R E McRoberts druggist at 50c a bottle 1m Theo Cohn Proprietor and Head Cutter of the Peerless Tailoring Co of Cincinnati will be at my place March 17th and 18th with one of the largest lines of Spring and Summer Woolens for men ever shown in and I would be glad to have my friends call and have their measures taken by an experienced Tailor as Mr Cohn has had thirty years experience as a cutter Dont target the dates March 17 and 18 Danville Louisville and Lexington florists are represented by Ed C Gaines and in flowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your approval he bearing all responsibility Phone 100 2t Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Ilomeseekers rickets on special Write at once for infor mation and maps to IKA F ScmvKQEL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Bldg Cincinnati O sale of Household Goods I will on Saturday March 25 oclock sell all my household and kitchen furniture at public auction Capt I M Dunn auctioneer Thompson We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Our Jewelry and fancy good must be closed out before goes at cost and many goods for much less Now is your opportunity Call now dont wait 3 3tf Thompson the Jeweler Best Papep FOP Ladles The Ladies Home Journal is tar ahead of thing in the reading line for ladles and grows in favor day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want paper published at lowest price call see her 10 21tf Of Course You Want The Best Our Jellico coal is to be the best ever brought to Lancaster and the for it proves popularity We always have pl n ty on at low prices Call us up at Marksburys granary tf Jack Adams Hold Until 17th and 18th We have had an engagement with Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore clothiers for a month past to send an expert here to take measures for on 17th and 18th This is one of the best houses in America and we invite competition in and quality Weare determined to mark down to a very low profit and save you 3 to 5 on a suit of clothes We therefore insist that you and quality before purchasing elsewhere a try given if reauested i Joseph Hughes 1INA to Be lbs Mrs et Pneumonia Discovery under cur Guaranteed u i vis- Iting tIle Waterloo to Lancaster J C Hemphill atone td J C Notice ll r Everything Its expert on C hundred excellent AIl cut every conceded P 1 e i s I f I r I NQ04 is The Enemy GOd Bad I of 1 I neAt a It is no more reasonable to expect to get good health from bad than it is to expect to get a good crop out of bad soil Bad blood is and always must be the enemy of good health The several organs of the are nourished by blood If the blood is bad that is to say or if it is deficient in red corpuscles popu larly known as poor blood the organs ofthe body must be general the impurity of the blood is marked by surface eruptions such as boils pimples eczema tetter scrofulous sores or erysipelas- Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures disfiguring eruptions heals scrofulous and cures other results of impure blood because it cleanses the blood of the which cause disease It acts directly on the bloodmaking glands increasing the quantity and improving the quality of the blood I write this note for the benefit of who may be suffering Mr John T Walk of Muldoon Texas I have received a perfect cure Had chronic sore leg for fo r years and went to see two doctors but they H failed to me any good I wrote to you for advice Kj and told me to take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and use his AllHealing Salve I did so and j after five bottles of Medical Discovery and six boxes of the Salve I was cured I recom mend your medicines to all my friends and will advise any who are suffering front chronic disease to write to Dr Pierce as kindly give advice freely as he did to me If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off 3 to a medicine claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and do not want Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to cover expense of mailing Send twentyone onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or thirty one stamps for the clothbound volume Ad te dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y P I I 77 weakened- In sasn all I t r blood impure sores History of a Pair of Socks The story is told of an old bachelor who bought a pair of sucks and found attached to one a paper with words I am a young lady of twenty and would like to correspond with a bachelor wrote and in a few days got his report Mamma was married twenty years ago Evidently the of whom you bought those socks did not advertise or he would have sold them lung ago My mother me your letter and said possibly I might suit 1 am eighteen Ex Miss Rebecca Williams will open an up todate dress making establish went in Powells new building site Baptist church in a few and invites the Safes to give her an order Satisfaction tf School Trustees will please call at my oflice before April 1st 1905 and blanks for taking school census 3t L L Walker Low Prices We will sell suits cut and made to your Measure guaranteeing quality and fit at and on up to 40 Joseph Hughes Information as to the address of Robert Burdette or heirs if he is dead He was evidently a colored man and he served in Co G 123d Colored Troops in the Civil War Address was Garrard County Small recovery can probably be made Address Har vey Spalding Sons Washington D C Ot I The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 154 r M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 50 5 CO Medium to good shipping steers 4 004 50 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 23 Medium to good butchers 3 25 3 75 Common to medium butchers i 50 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 itt 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 23 2 50 Good to extra stock steers 2 75 3 50 Common to medium stock steers 2 00 2 75 Good to choice stock ieifers 2 00 2 50 Common to medium stock heifers 1 50 2 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 75 Choice veal calves 500 C 00 Common to medium calves 4 00 5 00 Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO IDS 5 20 Medium packers 160 5 20 Choice 120 to ICO Ibs 500 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 4 60 Good pigs 60 to 901l 3 4 35 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 450 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 00 4 50 Fair S 00 4 00 Common to medium 1 50 2 50 Bucks 2 00 3 CO Extra shipping lambs Best butcher lambs 6 00 Common 3 50 4 50 Accounts are nowdue and I must have the money Please call and settle at once I matrimonyThe merchant handed day receive 10 12 WANTED I HOGS to 200 Ibs light ship togood GOO My t Sallie DTi Het I J J J t t t if thes J app guaranteed r p tail endlambs i J art o J Card Playing An exchange says The form of Western education which the Filipino- e women particularly the older ones take to with the most willingness is card playing They easily master all the American poker- e sevenup bridge and the like and spend whole days in playing them They learn very quickly when to or der it up raise the ante and so on and acquire the skill of the heathen Chinese which the veteran Bill Nye was somewhat surprised at Protect Yourself Against Germs People Weak Stomach Liable to Catch Ulea e When the stomach and digestive or trans are weak the food does not gest and there is a sour slimy fer menting masSjmaking 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 troubles is advertised to act upon the food alone and hence can give no more than temporary relief Mi ona is a certain cure in all cases of stomach troubles excepting cancer because it enables the and digestive to act in time way Nature they should Drugs cannot digest the fund they simply decompose it If you suffer with distress after eat ing pains in the head chest sides and back belching of gases and undigest ed food bad taste in the mouth diz ziuess or vertigo heartburn variable appertition sick head aches spots the eyes and have a general feel ing of despondency weakness and de billty you should at once strengthen the stomach and digestive system by the use of Mio na There is no liquid no alcohol no spoonful doses with Mi ona Just one simple tablet out of a fifty cent box before eating and your stomach will soon become sostrongand healthy that you will be germ proof Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sell Mi na costs nothing unless it cures INSURE YOUR PROPERTY with Companies that pay all Losses and do not deal in at National Bank of Lancaster Ky gameseuchre HIt tort die ach organs intended before TECHNICALITIESR I st STAND PREEMINENTLY AHEAD- of all other stocks IN QUALITYand are the most economical to use It less seed You obtain better stands Lied is not filled with noxious weeds We the and most complete lose of Seeds for Garden or Farm Alfalfa Rape Orals and Clover Seeds Seed Oats Seed Corn Seed Potatoes Forage Crop Vegetable and Flower GOLD BEIUL AWARDED ST loot Our New Catalogue full informs tion about Cultivation etc FREE ON REQUEST Write today Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN takes Your Seeds LOrIs LOUISVILLE XENTuOXY gtvtr Y ah t C y and 200 year Calendar 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receive a piece which is nut addressed it must b returned at once That it is the fault of the postmaster makes no difference This law includes news papers as well as first class marl There is a class of curious people ev cry where and they are as a rule con temptibly curious about letters and other mail matter which they chance to get hold of They will open all coming into their pnv ession and often when knowing full well tnoy dont belong to them They will af ter reading the letters writeon the en velopes opened by mistake and with out signing their name drop it back in he post oflice box at eight or du lug the night when unobserved Tii class of curious individuals is warned to be careful in the future If open hereafter mail which dues not be lung to they must sign their name and state why they opened tin same whether by accident 01 design News Item Up Dix River Harrodsourg Herald During the recent cold snap the Kentucky mud Dix riveTS weretn zen over making ice a foot thick In order to protect the lock below High Bridge the Gover men to break up the ice for a mile or more above in advance ot the warm spell with dynamite the terrific explosions of which nut only demolished the ice but killed a great quanity of tish The banks of Dix river are lined with miles of ice on each side varying from one to fifteen feet in thickness and extending from the shores back to the cliffs above Thistlers Mill where the river was low It was frozen to the bottom and when the thaw out came it lifted the ice and left miles of it high and dry on the oanks where thousands of fish can be seen now frozen solid in the ice The natives al nig th to tom are feasting on new lights which they chop out of the ice Our local sportsmen who are noted for their fruitless efforts to get a mess of the tinnev tribe by angling should high themselves to the Dix rivers banks with in lieu of rods and lines where wish a little more strenuous exercise they could return with fish and a new variety fish yarns Ought To Be An Angel In Iowa the school trustees are op posed to hiring teachers who are over thirty years of age This discrimina tion is based upon the idea that teach ers become cranky after they are thirty says the E irlington Bee The discrimination is unjust and is itself cranky There is too much effort to regulate employment by The absolute qualification fur the dutiesof a teacher is the thing that should tell There may be a good many cranks in the teaching prosesslon It would be amazing if there were not Teach g is a business by itself The person paging in it usually becomes speed ily for any other occupation It Is a terrible cross to be obliged to deal with the idea by wholesale The troubles of fifty families may be concentracted in one teacher There ought to be a great deal of allowance for crankiness on the part of a worn an who has risked her amiability for 10 or 12 years in a public school room If she is not a crank she is not fit to teach school She is mistaken in her 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