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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY 8 1905 nora R36 U Vor MORE Coat Dirt Smoke Ashes Etc I Let me warm your house with a I warm for the same amount of coal you are uselnl In J or 2 grates See write or for pt ices Q R HASELDEf Roofing Glittering and PLUMBING tf W Fancy Holiday I FURNITURE have a large line of Fancy Mahoony 0 land Oak Chairs Centre- TablBs Etc I Prompt delivery any time I I L Successors to Beazley Co A Beazley Undertaker J i If I HEATLESS FURNACE YOU can have every room phoneme 1 l ru We Holiday Goods on hand bath eS cs S all S f 1 Rocd desired Hamilton Dunlap Ja g J 1 4rterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church 111 CINCINNATI Cost Best Salesman E C i WmIIerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS PARIS Dentist Office over store Danville at Dr Homer Anthony OSTEOPATH Gaines Hotel Office Hours 4 J i SI 1 BootsShoesRubbers LeastWear g BOP t I R I J Sto12i l to j I t aooucaaaf use ARKS sooksuu aaaaxacsaa ursu we r i Jj ti ti i Local Notes For Sale a good second hand stove as good as new Will sell at a bargain Call at Record office Weather forecasters predict a long severe winter Well whos heard of any other kind in recent years The trade papers predict the largest sales during the approaching holidays that have been known in years The money for school teachers will not be here Saturday Notice will appear in this paper when it comes Preaching at Fork Rev Robinson will preach at the Fork church next Sunday morning at eleven oclock The train service to Lancaster is now superb Lets give honor to whom honor is due and thank John Farra The U D C will meet with Mrs Jas Royston Monday afternoon at 230 and we are asked to urge every member to of the local church has as yet employed no pastor They have had several ap plications The old broken trees in the little park are indeed a forlorn sight They are mostly maples the poorest excuse for a tree its possible to find The rabbit crop is enormous Its now or never with the hotel The of spare ribs and sausage unu ually fine The most fastidious can be pleased by seeing Miss Sallie Elkinschina We can have a hotel if those who can will only wake up and do somthinp All honor to those subscribers who have paid up without having to be dunned The scent of the mothball testifies that many have donned their last win ter flannel The new City Council is composed of splendid business men and we something doing for Lancaster while they are at the helm of her The new City Council should begin now to figure on fixing up the streets and keeping the trash cleared away Thats what you were elected for The Rev W V Ogelvee of Iowa will preach at the Presbyterian church Saturday the ICth at 11 a m and the Sunday following The commnuion services will be held at this time 2t Prot H J Derthick of the C W B M school at Hazel Green filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening and told of tin great good being done by this work in the mountains If you are an up todate merchant professional man or farmer you will use nicely printed letter heads bill and envelopes The Record of lice turns out the best work at live and letlive prices The Lancaster Hop Club gave a very enjoyable Thanksgiving dance which was attended by about twentyfive couples This club has recently been reorganized and furnishes much to the young folk Any man with a thimbleful of sense knows that a hotel will increase the value of his property help or keep your cash hidden away where it will do nobody good Unless you keep your money in use you are a drawback to a community Circuit Court Considerable business has been dis posed of in circuit court since last issue Judge Bell holds court early and late The prosecuting attorneys and all the officers of the court are their duties faithfully The case against Stewart Humber for murder was continued Shelby Rothwell color ed was acquitted of the charge of manslaughter Cape Tudor was sent to prison three years for shooting and wounding James Murphy at Gunns Chapel last summer Eugene Anderson colored was sent to the penitentiary 2 years in one case and 5 years in another for wilful and malicious shooting and woundingA of judgements have been entered for fines and misdemeanor cases but we cannot give all of them It is sufficient to stay that the work that is being done will have a good effect towards preventing so much crime Important civil matters wi be heard before court adjourns Winchester Court Several cattle at Scobees yards yesterday and nearly all of them were sold Most of the sales were private and by the head Following the course of the cattle market figures were low In deed the market might be charter Ized as brisk at very low prices The highest price of the day 93 60 the bulk of the sales were around three cents Democrat g t 1 Talk hotel presentThe regation predict affairs gentlemen pleasure Are you hundred proposition- Scrop 1 Presbyterian however goingt dischargi I o You will find suitable Christmas presents for all at Miss Elkins china W L Dodge will Pleas act Grove next Suuday morning at 10 oclock Mrs Franklin J White of this city was awarded the second prize on montmelick work at the Texas State Fair held at Dallas recently She does a great deal of this work and pronounced the best done in this sec lion C E at Pleasant Grove Mr Clyde E van der Maaten field secretary of the Kentncky Christian Endeavor Union will address those in rerested in C E at Pleasant Grove Friday evening Dec 15th at 715 Paint Lick Saturday evening Dec 16 at 045 and Fairview Sunday after noon Dec 17 at 3 oclock Everybody cordially invited to attend Fine K P Work The Lancaster Knights of Pythias lodge has had quite a lot of Initiations recently and some fine work is being done It is composed of representative young men and is doing great good Four candidates were given the first degree Friday night Capt D II Goyen of Lexington came over from Stanford and assisted in the work He is the finest Pythagoras in the United States and his work is superb NinetyNinth Birth Day Mrs Minerva Beddow celebrated her ninetyninth birth day at the home of her niece Mra Ophelia Dunn in this city Saturday She was born in Gar rard county and spent most of her life here She is in remarkable good health and strength and wellpreserved Next Christmas day will be the one hundredth she has passed She was well remembered by her friends many calling to wish her years of happiness Meet at Lancaster Danville idea of the teachers of the Danville Stanford and Lancaster public schools meeting each week at one of the three places and dis cussing important school matters has proven most interesting as well of great benefit The teachers of Danville and Stanford will spend the day next FrI day December 8th with the teachers and a pleasant day is anticipated Profs Grinstead of this city and Ireland of Stanford will be the principal speakers Many Many Thanks Mr Louis Landram editor of that splendid paper the Lancaster Record returned from Atlanta yesterday where for several weeks he has been confined in Dr Elkins sanatorium on account of serious illness That he is much improved and again able to his duties will be received with pleasure among all classes of the fraternity throughout the State Laudram probably has more real warm personal friends than any other journalist in the Blue Meeting At White Oak Eld F M Tinder is preaching at the White Oak school house every night this week and has been greeted by large congregations at each service Everybody is cordially invited to It is his intention to conduct a series of meetings at every school house in the county which is a splendid idea as in this was all the people may be reached and given the message this noble minister commissioned to dells er Other appointments will be through the columns of The Record New Hotel Danville report comes the little town of Lancaster that a handsome and commodious hotel will shortly be erected by the public spirited citizens of that place on the site where the Garrard stood which was destroyed by fire about three years ago There is no better town in the State for its size than the capitol of Garrard The citizens who have been working to build the town up should not meet with the opposition in this new scheme that developed so strongly when a system of water works was proposed In view of the fact that such an enterprise will help the entire com munity it can be safely asserted that its promoters will be benifited by enhancing the value of their own and that the people will regard them as public benefactors Finest on the Line Lancaster people are justly proud and yery thankful for the handsome new depot just erected by the Land N railroad officials in this city It is a model of convenience having three large attractive waiting rooms windows and ornamental woodwork throughout One room will be used for the ladies waiting room one for men and the other for colored passen gets Agent Patterson has a large airy office a new baggage room three large ticket windows and every other convenience Our people are very thankful for this depot which road men tell us is the finest on K C division It is now up to the city omclals to see that loafers are away and good order maintained at the depot The railroad people pay higher taxes than soy one else its a poor town who tails to afford the companys property the same tion it does anyone else We have been told that the new Lancaster cost 12700 saleRev preach at iris Saturday AdvocateThe assume newspaper GrassDan vibe News attend announced AdvocateA from property stained kept and protect depot Lancaster t the Judge M D Hughes one of the old newspaper wheel horses held down The Record office to a queens taste during our absence He came near getting a line under his tall and kicking over the traces during the election but we had put a blind bridle and se S FARM ITEMS If the corn crop of this year were equally divided among the inhabitants of the United States each one would receive 32 bushels The first sale of the 1903 tobacco crop in Owner county is reported James Pryor bought for the American Co 20000 Ibs at an average of 8 cents M J Jacobs of Bourbon county is building a corn crib one thousand feet thirty feet wide and ten feetdeep It will hold thirty thousand barrels A Barren county farmer sold an oak log last week 46 inches in dlamater at the small end and 72 inch ces at the large end It required ten mules to haul it and brought the The 240 acre farm of Roger R Early on the Maysville pike considered by good judges to be one of the most beautiful as well as fertile tracts in the vicinity of Lexington was sold Thursday at Public auction the being Mrs Scotie I an average of 145 an acre or a of 34800 The farm is miles Lexington Cynthiana Court Mr Lydick Yearling and twoyruld steers ranged in price from 3J 3f the price only for good ones milch cows in demand prices ranging from 35 40 calves 10a 15 some stock ewes from 50 per head a few or dinary sows with pigs at their side 15rt18 per head But little doing in either mules or horses except plugs and common which sold at low prices killed 1700 turkeys for the Thanksgiving trade and sold them to Armour Co who cornered the trade in Central Kentucky Turkeys cost about 20 cents a pound to Boston and all over that amount is profit for the dealer The farmers wives made good money on the fowls at 11 to 13 cents a pound on foot The largest deal in the tobacco trade in Kentucky in many months was con sumated at Carrollton this week when the Baker Tobacco Company of that city one of the most extensive rehand lers and buyers of tobacco in the world sold out to the Amorican It is claimed that the price paid was 50000 The Baker has for many years past bought all the tobacco it could get within a radius of seventy five to one hundren miles of Corroll ton rehandling and selling about six million pounds annually and employed between 275 and 300 hands The Cynthiana Democrat says the failure of the Ky Ohio Tobacco Growers Company to contract for the requisite amount of tobacco to assure the success of the undertaking is a disappointment to a large number of merchants and commercial men as well as the tobacco growers themselves thought it is no surprise The life and vim of a year ago were absent from the campaign and there second to be a settled determination to pet the take care of itself The county chirman and a few enthusiastic far mers pushed the scheme but the re spouse was never encouraging Of course looking oackwards almost every man has an Itold youso and can point out the weak spots in the scheme but the simple tact of the whole matter is the failures of last year proved the most powerful factor in promoting the failure of this year As statistics show the volume of the crop is large Experts says the qual ity of the tobacco is indifferent low prices may be expected Others crops have been abundant and prices ranged high Therr ought to be enough money in the country to tide over a temporary depression until the people can get their bearing ZanoneSpoonamore Miss Susie and Mr George Spoon more were married at the home of the bribes parents in this city Wednesday afternoon at three oclock Eld F M Tinder performing the cere mony Immediately after the cere mony the happy couple were driven to the home of the groom at Hubble where a bountiful supper and an ele gant reception were given them The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Wes Zanone and young lady of beauty and many accomplish ments She is a great favorite our people and has won many friends by her many charming characteristics The groom is a farmer is wellto do and a man well thought of by all wbf know him The Records joins a legion of friends In wishing them a life of happiness Tobacco long measuring farmer X18 purchaser Chenoweth- at total 2 from reports latter lea R marked markets Tobacco Company matter Therefore Is a amon I rr none IA cret bit on him and he kept in the middle of the road alright although he was inclined to shy a little when the band began to play The judge is a hand anda half in the newwspaper harness and can relied upon al ways Lbe PAINT LICK Mrs Lizzie Shumate is quite sick Misses Lucy Mahan and Eliza Ruck er spent Monday in Berea Mr W G Kemper has gone to Glen coe Ky on a business trip Miss Ludie Rothwell of Lancaster has been visiting relatives here Mr Jesse Beazley of Cartersville Is visiting his brother R N Beazley Miss Lizzie Best is the guest of Miss Miss Katie Wells of Junction City Miss Nancy Terry gave a Thanks giving dinner to a number of friends William Young spent part of last week with Shannon Wallaceof Point Miss Hallie Mae Lowrey and William were guests of Mr J W Guyn last week Messrs Alfred and Thomas Champ are spending this week with their pa rents Mr and Mrs James Champ Mr Woolford Dean of Jessamine has returned to her home after a visit to his home after a visit to his cousins Will and Robt Mays Miss Nannie Terry accompanied by Miss Nellie Path of Richmond and Rev W C McCalium of Lexington spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs John Terry Final Notice to I wish to give the taxpavers of Garrard county notice that their for 1905 have long since been due and must be paid by November 30 as the penalty goes on all taxes 1 1905 which will be charged Come and pay at once and save cost and penalty W L Lawson S G C brother TaxPayers December Leaven taxes Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co REDUCTIONSALE As we are going to move to the Pos tie corner as soon as possible we will sell our stock of goods at great ly reduced prices We have a full line of Dry Goods Shoes j Cloaks and Furs I which we will to keep from moving them I Now is the time to get a E bargain i Joseph Mercantile Co ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I 0 I 000 UO 0 00 000 OO sellcheap I THE r i ii Attend The Great Removal Sale H T LOGANS 2500000 Worth of Clothing Shoes Hats AND Furnishing Goods at Actual COST for CASH Only This is no fake sale but a genuine COST SALE We can save you from 25 to 33 per cent on each and every H T r I T I III- II AT II- III I I I III II j J I I I i6 i6 J1lV d 7 hi II I 1i u f purchaseS Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Miss Rella Arnold was in Stanford the past week Mr John Francis is clerking in R II liaisons store Dr Jonas Gilbert was here a few days this week Miss Irene Romans spent Thanks giving with her home folks Mr Walker entertained a few friends lhursday at dinner Lewis Gill of Princeton College was at home for a few days Mrs 1 E Is visiting Mrs Ar thur Ilubbard of Covington Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Bunks Hudson Miss Bessie Boltoii has been visiting Miss Carrie Bouklen of Nicholasville Mrs Mattie Nevius of Stanford has been visiting her son Mr Joe Nevius Mr Henley Y Bastin Is in Crab Or chard this week looking after the tel ephonesMr Pumphrey and wife of Somerset are visiting his friends in this city Mrs T Rice of Richmond has been visiting her mother Mrs Carrie DavidsonMiss Tomhrson has return ed from a pleasant visit to relatives in LexingtonMisses Woods and Pearl Burn side of Stanford were guests of Mss Mattie Elkin Miss Katie Conn spent several days with Miss Mamie McWhorter at Paint Lick last week F Denman of Nicholasville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Mr and Mrs Boulden of Junction City have been guests of her uncle Mr George Evans Misses Pauline and Margaret Mock er of Stanford are visiting their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Capt White the veteran typo has been housed for several days by a deep cold and rheumatism Miss Sallie Adams Engleman have been visiting Mrs Norris in Richmond Mrs Fisher Gaines who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Danville Miss Nellie Peyton of Lexington was the guest of Misses Janie Doty and Oakley Thanksgiving Misses Blanche Hamilton and Sun beam Wilds of Nicholasville spent Thanksgiving with Mrs II V Bastin Capt P S Grove Capt Jules Ilerrick and Flagman Jake Phister of the K C were here this week attending court Mrs D M Lackey spent Thanksgi7 ing with Col J W Caperton and family at their beautiful villa Blair Park Miss Lora Belle Minor after relatives here for a few days re turned to Lexington to resume her studies Amon entertained at a six oclock dinner Thanksgiving in honor of Judge Bell and his hand some wife Mrs Ophelia Dunn was called to Midway Monday by the illness of her daughter Miss Ethel who is suffering from appendecitis Mr and Mrs Robt E Hughes are re ceiving congratulations upon the birth of a pretty girl baby which has been named Margaret Eikin Miss Theo Hemphill the popular music teacher of Madison Institute spent Thanksgiving holiday with her parents Judge and Mrs J C Hemphill Mr W B Burton has returned from Atlanta Ga where he disposed of a car load of tine horses Billy is not only one of the most extensive horse buyers in Kentucky but is as clever and progressive a citizen as any town W Int D the Stormes Z Mrs C and Mrs Pattie visiting Dr and J A I i Ed- t i a Mrs u4 could wish for The dance given Thursday evening was a full dress affair and one of the most enjoyable of the season Fine music was in attendance and the guests tripped the light fantastic till a late hour Ills Lancaster friends wilbi delight ed to learn of the promotion just given Mr C W Young a former Lancaster boy now of Dallas Tex Two years ago he accepted a minor position with Western that city and has been promoted from time to time until he now is manager the department of this instution Mrs Henley V Bastin entertained most charmingly Thursday at an ele gant dinner The house was decorated witn ferns evergreens and carnation Those present were Mr and Mrs OF Denman Raymond Burch Misses Sun beam Wilds Blanche Hamilton of Nicholasville Anna Johnson of Cov imrton Mr and Mrs Guy Davidson Mr and Mrs Will Embry and Ross Bastin Long the best hotel man Central Kentucky ever had who has been spending some days in Lancaster returned to his hotel in Clinton Mo today He agrees to return to Lan caster provided an up to date house is built and the people are extremely anxious that this be done He is very well located Longs is not good there and he is thinking of seeking another location Here is the opportunity for Lancaster to again have the best hotel in the Bluegrass and we do not believe the chance will be allowed to pass BACK IN THE HARNESS Editor of The Record Resumes Work on Paper Some Jottings about Atlanta and Georgia After almost six months absence from our work in the otlice ye editor resumes his labors on this issue of The Record Only those who have had in managing a business em ploying a number of hands and those dependent upon their daily labor can appreciate a situation the like of which we have labored under during this time Men of means and those on salary can take a week a month or a year off and be free from worry but our prayer is that Heaven will deal gently with the man forced to leave his all and wrestle with illness for ev en so much as a week We believe however that if a chimney fall on a fellow he should scramble from the debris thank the Lord it was not the whole house which fell on him and go on his way rejoicing So with this spirit and many thanks to those of our patrons who stood by The Rec ord we jump back into the harness a little worse for wear but with the de termination to keep The Record wor thy of your patronage All classes of business are booming in the South and no country is in prosperous condition or has brilliant future While there is plenty of money in circulation the banks stand anxious to help every in dustry in need of loans to promote any enterprise or improvement and that too in any amount and at a rea sonable rate of Interest The officers of the Atlanta banks are always at the head of the column in every for the upbuilding of the city both morally and financially One reason that so few building and loan associations investment companies and other such organizations thrive in Atlanta is the fact that the banks are conducted so as to be a benefit and not a drawback to the town The officials are heart and soul for the upbuilding of the City and not of the narrow minded type who think only of the dollar and the quickest way to get it The merchants of Atlanta while keep ing abreast of the times always find an opportunity to help push for the upbuilding and progress of their town They are never too busy to listen to or enter into any proposition to bring comfort convenience or capital to their town These are the things that will win out every time in any city town or village Ko town or city can keep out of a rut unless the business men all of them pull together and this delightful spirit prevails not only in Atlanta but 1 am told all over the SouthWhile there are a great many negroes Banlanj Trust Co B at Clinton health work- Ing have a- more a- more I savings ilrP but Mrs experience movement rli I III Come and See a Large III Line of Useful I 6hristmas Presents II COAL VASES Brass Fire Sets Wrought ifBerlin Sets Rochester Ware I Chafing and Serving Dishes IHASELDE ROBINSON Iiw I MMMMMW T L i Atlanta yet toe icrv nt probleir especially that of cooks is a hard ole to solve While Its true many of then are too trilling to work yet all the colored men have work at good wages the women dont have to work so a good cook is at a premium There is a good vagrant law there and the loafing coon fares hard They have no work house as Lancaster is supposed to have but those convicted in the pc lice and other courts are put in a chain gang Each man is fastened by the leg or wrist with a chain about live or six feet long and this runs to A larger chain extending between the two rows of prisoners They are made to work upon the streets or county roads or caused to break rock A warden stands over them and allows no shirking When a man is convicted he is made to pay the penalty and there is no de lay or monkeybusiness about it as is too frequently the case in our Ken tucky towns In fact all the laws are enforced and I am told such a thing as inlluence or a pull cuts no ice In the Georgia courts There are many saloons in Atlanta but they are governed by stringent laws To secure a license one must give a big bond and pay an enormous price All saloons are closed promptly at ten oclock at night and never open on Sunday If anyone is even seen in a saloon after this hour or on the owner forfeits his license and his bond must hn paid in addition to a heavy fine Ther are no blind tigers and the drug st fires dare not sell it Th re is littie arunkenness and if a fellow gets on the outside of too large a jag lie is promptly locked up As stated before no favorites are played and all violators of law are punished There is plenty of work for eveybody and everybody is at work receiving good wages so there are few people about to get into devilment The city is tilled with good churches and every Sunday these churches are filled with people offering devotion to their Maker The pulpits are occu pied by able ministers and the music is tine As all these organizations in costly structures free from debt and move along without any whatever it goes to prove that the large congregations assemble to worship God and not to occupy front seats to see and be seen or worse still to court business favor from the con gregationThe crop is rather short this year caused bv too much rain early in the season in fact most too much wa ter all during the summer The farm ers are in condition to hold their crops however and have received a good price therefor A fewjvears ago the farmers of the South had a hard row of stumps to hoe but today they all have plenty of money and can to hold their cotton until they are offered a good price in cotton is getting it picked This is very much like the trouble in securing hands to break tLe Kentucky hemp crop as a rule seek easier work Any ordina rilygood land will raise cotton It is planted in the Spring in rows some thing like corn and grows rapidly It has to be plowed or hoed to kill out the weeds and about as as corn It matures in the late summer and must be picked at once One bale 500 pounds is exceptionally good for an acre of average land I have been told that a good farmer can raise and get it on the market at a cost of five cents a pound The average price he receives is from eight to ten cents a pound and as I write this arti cle the papers are quoting 12 cents so you see a good farmer can make a on just the one crop Farming land sells from to 40 an acre and the price is climbing every day About 5000 cars of peaches are shipped eyery season which average 500 a car About 10000 or 12000 cars of water melons are shipped out of the state which average 75 a car Cantaloups are raised on a large scale As these fruits are sold during the summertbe money comes in at a good time for the farmers The sorghum crop is anoth er great feature with the farmer and many thousands of gallons are The Georgia farmer as stated before has been handicapped by lack of funds and being in debt but their obligations are about all discharged they have money on hand with which to conduct their business This being the case and the further fact that Eastern capitalists are locating of factories in the South you need not be surprised to see her forge ahead of her Northern sisters in the manufacturing farming and other commercial pursuits Our stay In Atlanta was made most delightful Elkin and his charming wife the latter we are hap py to number among our most beloved their attentions and kindness are directly responsible for our recovery Their best efforts and their delightful home are always ready and open to their friends and they are never so happy as when doing good for others Dr Elkin who has an practice is also dean of the Atlanta School of Physicians and Sur geons is surgeon in charge at the city hospital a great deal of the time and has numerous patients to look after at his private sanitorium so is about the busiest man In Atlanta ills cheerful disposition and gentlemnanly bearing have won a warm spot in the hearts of the best people of the city and he stands among the most prominent and popular men in Atlanta The new train service of the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Co be tween the north Is now in perfect running order and the travel Ing public is taking advantage of the long desired way to reach the North or South quickly and in comfort A double daily service is given and a finer service was never given the peo Sunda loafin wor- shIp are friction afford Theonly Thenegroes often cotton 20 produced hundreds by Dr W S relativesand AI hnta and and difficulty raising living immense pi Through Pullman sleepers run on the night trains while handsome buffet chair cars and tine coaches make up the day train S Elkin and W S Watson two Lancaster boys now have separate drug stores and each is doing a land office business Mr Watson who is a lover of fine chickens was quite at the big state fair just held in Atlanta He made ten entries and captued reight blue ties and these over chickens brought from the finest pens in the South We are deeply in debted to Mr Watson for many favors and attentions anung them beluga drive over the city during he pointed out places of interest and we talked over our many trials and tribu lations while boys together in old Lan caster We all know that Garrard county Is the best spot on the map and the best place to live but if any persons are dissatisfied and thinking of changing base our honest candid advice is to locate in Atlanta if for professional vocations and in the state of Georgia to succeed as a farmer There is ab solutely no doubt that the South is the coming country and any man of energy can do well in any line of work but those people down there have no use for a lazy shiftless baling man and while tney give every encourage ment to the hustler yet the lazy fel low will be frozen out and quickly too The Atlanta Elks were very kind to us sending handsome hovers and do ing many other acts so characteristic of Tribe We also had many attentions from another lodge composed of gentlemen who had the rough and rugged road and who stood anxious to help aid and as distressed brother Some idea of the rapid growth of Atlanta may be had from the otlicial statement just given out that the in crease in taxable property for 1905 over last year is over 5000000 This means an increase in revenue to the city of about 67000 Our readers who believe all large cities are alive with gambling dens will doubtless be surprised when we state that there is not a gambling room in Atlanta The saloons have no back rooms and the hotels will not tolerate it The gamblers were driven out of the city some time ago and the police postively prohibit all games of chance Even the slot machine is con spicious by its absence and the fes tive among the negroes is seldom heard of We do not print this statement to praise Atlanta so much as to show what can be accomplished vvlipn determined officials are elected and reliable policemen appointed This can be done in any city The genuine earnest Christianity of the people especially among the businessmen is very not only contribute liberally to all worthy causes but put their religion into the every day walks of life You see little of the loud shouting front seat Sundayonly who wit parade before the congregation on Sunday and then grind the very life out of his neighbor wink at whisky selling or a good looking and be as mean as the devil during the week The Southern people are not ed for their devotion to their Maker and while enjoying life they never forget that duty they owe to GoT even in the smallest transactions Mean ness and robbery under the pretext business is not practiced by the God loving God fearing progressive citizens of Atlanta To say we are glad to get back into our treadmill does not near express our happiness for as laborious and vexing as it is a printing office has more attracticn for us than any other surrounding Louis Landram To the Singin Country- I Spite of all the troubles an the storms ablowin strong To the singin ringin country we are goin right along Were turnin for the chorus of a lula song An well hear the bells aringin in the moruin II takln up the crosses that we find along the way Laughin at the losses that are only for a day Were going from the winter to the green banks of the May An well hear the bells aringln In the Ex Womans Superiority Prof Chamberlain Univer slty has figured out that women a whole lot more ability than men Following is his little list As an actor she has greater ability and more frequently shows it She is noticeably better abilityShe is much more money matters Under reasonable opportunities she is more gifted at diplomacy Sue has greater genius in politics She more commonly has executive ability hearing is more acute Her imagination Is greater Her intuitions are greater Her memory is better Her patience Is greater Her perceptions are more rapid She has greater religious devotion Her instinct for sacrifice is greater She bears pain more heroically Her sympathy is greater She has greater tact She has more acute taste She has greater vitality She has more fluency in the lower forms of speech Old Papers For Sale W successful which the Antlered traveled sist a crap game noticeable They scape grace Were morn In orClark have inadapt charitablein OIlIer woman halle Our line of are exclusive and distinct We handle only the Newest and most Exclusive Designs Goods bought of us cannot be Duplicated Elsewhere Our designs are new and our prices are right Seven Grand Prizes to be Given Absolutely Free to our Customers as Christmas Pres ents on Christmas Day We have placed in our show window a huge pumpkin weighingTl pounds the largest vegetable of the kind ever grown in Boyle county and to the guessing nearest the exact number of seeds in this pumpkin will be given a Ladies or Gentlemans solid fourteen carat gold watch fitted with a grade Elgin or Waltham movement valued at 50 and to the next six guesses the following valuable presents will be given Second Prize Gents or Ladys 20 year gold filled watch value 2000 Third Prixe Handsome parlor clock value 1000 Fourth Set Ring value 1000 Fith Prixe Silver Comb Brush and Mirror set value 1000 Sixth Prixe Pair Solid Gold Cuff Buttons value 1000 Seventh Prixe 8inch Cut Glass Salad Bowl value5oo Conditions of Contest Each customer will be given one guess for each dollars worth of goods bought for cash take as many guesses as you like if you buy 100 worth of open and the seeds counted by a committee ot five leading business and professional men of Danville Bear mind that the contest lasts one month and that cash purchase carries with it a guess for each dollar Every person holding a guess will have the privilege of seeing the seeds counted if they desire Prizes are now on display in our show windows It will pay you to come to see the most magnificent display of Diamonds Watches Clocks Cut Glass Fancy China Bricabrac Sterling and Plated Silvery Central Kentucky besides you will save from 10 to 20 per cent on your purchases and a chance to get a handsome prize Leading Jeweler Central Kentucky HUGH MURRAY DANVILLE KENTUCKY ti I I- H 0D S I t I I 4IIIr W FREE FREE high nearest Prizeladys II morningNovemberevery i F O L Ir a 0 1 m person ai s and Bargains 3 pair best Black Hose for 25 at Wards For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf Socks Gloves Ladies Thread c at Wards 24 2t The penalty will be put on all un paid city taxes November 1 oc132t S D Rothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Haselden Robinson tf If your farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr Children save your money and go to Wards and buy nice things for Christmas 24 2t Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf For Sale New Cottage and necessary improve ments good Apply to Mrs Clara E Bettis Lancaster Ky We want you to inspect our line of Holiday you buy or not Frisbies Store 121tf Strayed From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole in right ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at McCreary 317 Hill Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson tf See Mrs Dollle Brown at store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Call at Wards and see their nice line of decorated China for the Holi days It cant be beat and is not 24 2t Do not wait to buy yur presents but go to Store at once and them before what you want i 12 Itf Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to placing your orders W I will pay 25c per dozen in merchan- dize for nice fresh eggs W H Ward Miss Fannie Bishop hiss several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson Business Notice cot e nd goon J W Joseph t e fore 242t f I cent lfose Needles- Pins rug expensive Christmasor Fries geraniums see tf- i l s i For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A W J Romans Japanese vases and plates in the newest designs at 12 1 tf Frisbies Drug Store Tobacco Show- I will give a ton of coal to the farm er bringing me the best five pounds of bright leaf Burley Tobacco by Satur day December 23rd on which day the premium will be awarded by compe tent judges J AJones We have an line of nand painted China V 121tf Frisbies pug Store Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel The leading Ilorist is represented C Gaines flowers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf A 2 good as newFor particular see W B Burton Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Our line of Imported is handsomest we have ever 121tt Frisbies 1T Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron also on all kind of roofing work I am closingoutmystockof Watches c at cost If you want some bargains call On 1 P Thompson Buy your Christmas present at Fris bies Drug Store and get the newest and latest things that the market af fords 121tf Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Beuge on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two halls 2 porches has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place con six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton For four room house on Lexington avenue at 8 33 per month Good stable A pply to J F Robinson Want A Gold Watch Free lke P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf For sale large Radient Home heat ing stove In good repair and will sel at a bargain Tinder tf j unusulIlJpre ty For Sale For Sale the D Store l0 6 tP RentA F M bargain- S 4tf One b- Ed horse powerTreatl wheel goo wn roofing t y China sale by Miss Sallie Elkin Dec 8 and J Friday and Saturday at Mr J M Logans store R L Underwood pays highest cash prices for all kinds of produce We have the largest assortment of fire works ever brought to Lancaster now ready at J A Beazleys on st Beazley Bollou tf I have just gotten in my Xmas goods I will have the nicest line of candies in town Dont fail to come In R L Tnderwood For Sale Two firstclass family mares Perfectly gentle Also onehorse gon Mrs Pattie Englemen tf Biggest line of fire works ever brought to Lancaster now ready at J A Beazleys on Danville st Beazley Ballju tf Dont pass R L Underwoods If you want the best of goods Repair Shop- I have opened a harness shcp at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Dec 1St S B Jennings The tobacco show at my office will be postponed until Dec 23 at 2 oclock on account of the dry fall The tc bacco has not been in case enough to be handled but on the above date all who desire to put their tobacco before the public will be on hands with fieir samples J A Jones A 60 aero farm i miles South of Bryantsville and on Lancaster and Nicholasville pike Land is in high state of cultivation with a modern seven room cottage and with all necess ary outbuildings Also good cabin near the house I will offer this at a bargain with terms to suit perchaser property must be seen to be appreciated For further on or C T Jenkins 1124 tf Bryantsyille Ky Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make office your office where I will be glad to have you at any old time that you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in 5 of this city Special prices to parties wanting car load lots trade any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner CampteU and Buford street J A Jones 815tf Danville repairing For Sale This particulars- call miles Wilt was Lancaster A M Corn Hay Oats Wheat Hemp Seed Etc Would appreciate your orders for Millet Glover Timothy Hay Straw also for Chop Brand Chicken Feed Etc Bollards Obelisk Flour All kinds of Field Seeds Telephone No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON I Tin Shop fc We invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering and all Repairing g Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing fc low prices for a short time EZ This is your opportunity your patronage solicited I Conn Bros E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED JIt r wANTED1 II II I I1 Imeat NWJWI1 V 1fttPJtfn i Roofing kindof i rnmmmmmmmmmillillmmmmmmmillmmrnill I II S sp J 1111111111111111 X111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111r P EE r fr r Statmt condition June CO 1905 IlESOUKCEK Loans and Discounts 734S9 10 Overdrafts 35190 Due from batiks 12213 47 Banking House and Lot 15UO 00 Mortgages 10fS7 00 Cash 44W 13 Furniture and Fixtures Ill 00 LIYHILJTFS Capital Stock 1COOO 00 Fund 533334 Individual Deposits J I ro GO 1o3tc 52300 2- 61033i CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 I DIP CTORS I M COY ROGUYN J B WOODS R I I ARNOLD- J S WOODS Itta lows EL FISH IWC Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance FALL MILLINERY II tJIMI 1IJlA A IJ N J 1- 4I j and WINTER MILLINERY is arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I M FALL 1 prices You are cordially invited W rr I IF YOU WANT AN IOLD HICKORY oWAGONNow is the time to get it WeS S on all kinds of SurrieS IPHAETONS ETC I To reduce our stock for Call and see us D S ROMftNS ELMORE l 1 x x 1 I S BIjO7IDDZ Qooooo o ooaoooooooooooo are offering special bargains Wagons Buggies winter CENTRAL RECORD Jssiited Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Matt Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association T Loo per and Second Ctaoa Lancaster Ky December 8 igo5 Great praise is due the Louisville business men for their untiring efforts to build up the Falls Citys business Interests What is of gain to Louis ville is gain for Kentucky and why the country merchants dont do all their buying there is hard to understand especially so when just as low prices and as good goods can be obtained But the smooth tongued drummer from other states seems to have the country merchants hypnotized in some way and many of the latter continue to send their good hardearned cash to people who care nothing for our good old state Louisville has taken on new life in recent years and every tucky merchant should help boom her by patronizing her Industries The announcement of editor W B Ilaldeman of the Louisville Timesas a candidate to succeed Senator Jo Blackburn is hailed with delight by the many friends and admirers of that brilliant newspaper man and splendid gentleman lie is not only thorough ly equipped for the high position but his years of untiring labor for his par ty entitle him to the recognition That the Kentucky press has done more to build up the state than any man of men no one will deny and as the quilldrivers all love and honor Mr Ilaldeman they would be overjoyed to see his untiring labors rewarded Willie the great war is being waged on life insurance companies the rail roads will enjoy a much needed rest The desire to tight capital grows every day those with none seeming determined to make life miserable for those more fortunate financially It is all caused by jealousy and greed We admire a man who is possessed of enough brains to become rich and instead of envying his money we begrudge his good judge mcnt are very grateful to a number of our brother editors for sending their papers while we were laid up for in Atlanta We are devoted to quite a number of Kentucky quill drivers and nothing gives us more genuine pleasure than their editorial columns In fact the reading of mat ter prepared by those you know and love is like perusing so many personal letters or having a good old lie swap ping chat with the press boys A rich fool up in Detroit recently erected a tIne marble monument to the devil The shaft stands in the fools front yard and is a tine piece of workmanship The fool says he does not believe in the Bible and that the devil is his best and most reliable friend As he is as certain for hell as is a nickle for a ginger cake he will have ample opportunity to test the friendship of Old Nick If those newspapersthat are contin ually howling for more railroads for Kentucky will lay aside their clubs and quit pounding the companies now in existence possibly capitalists will think of putting their coin in such en terprises A railroad company stands about as much show in Kentucky as does a clawless cat in perdition Scientists are now advancing the theory that man will be some kind of an animal in the next world If that is true a great throng of men will in their present state Just think of the many twolegged hogs and dogs there are today while the crop of jackasses is without number Mr Rockefeller advises young men to turn their thoughts to higher thincs If the rich old codger means to include higherneck dresses higherpriced flowers or candy it will not be enthusiastically received by the chappies A Western druggist claims to have discovered a rouge that will withstand the hardest kiss of investigation It he will invent one that can be easily removed from the shoulder of a coat he has his fortune cinched It is now proposed to establish a school for teaching girls how to shop If someone will devise a way to keep the dear creatures out of the shops he will confer an everlasting favor on Pa and his pocketbook Sam Jones the great evangelist Das been holding the devil up by the tail in Cincinnati Old Cincy is a rapid place in fact she is going at a pace that even Sam with his talks cannot check Hard work is said by physicians to be the best cure for insomnia Hard work is the best medicine for a great many other supposed ills but the sufferer is generally too lazy to try the remedy Printers in Petersburg are their papers at the point of shot guns Thats a picnic compared to what we rural roosters have to go up against In the shape of outstanding bills The openwork stocking has dlsap I Kent i I or set greater independently We I I higher prIced printI- ng co S repairs continue fellows sledgehammer nettied remarks a fashion journal Well tho ones on which the eye would rather feast have always been hidden from view so far as thats concerned There are said to be 18000 deserted wives in Chicago The husbands up that way are evidently preparing to avoid suffering from cold feet in their backs during the approaching winter The people of Norway have voted a king into otllce for life He is one of the very few oillce holders who will not use every ofllcial act so as to re dound to his good for a second term The Mason and Odd Fellow in Kentucky died again the other day Judging from the almost daily reports of his death he has the nine lived cat distanced With fresh sausage spare ribs a good turkey crop and plenty of work for everybody theres no cause for complaint from anyone Get busy and youll feed better A Maine farmer fell in love with his motherinlaw and tried to kill his fatherinlaw to get the old fellow out of the way Verily this is an age of wonderful things The redonning of the editorial liar ness is indeed a great pleasure to ye editor but having hung on the peg for so many months they rub a little in places The opening of the hunting season and foot ball battles have furnished the usual good business for the under taker Its an ill breeze that brings no man gain An old bachelor says Love is a queer kind of a game There you just swap hearts for diamonds and both sides win The time for Christmas presents is drawing nigh and the winter girl be comes as dear as the summer girl BRYANTSYILLE The Misses Maret visited in last week The Misses were in Crab Or ehard last week Mr R D Ballard is at home after a visit to relatives in Madison Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington visited his brother Dr Elliott The Misses Patton entertained a number of their friends at dinner ThursdayMr Adams cashier of the bank spent several days here last week Miss Margaret Gallaher has return ed home after an extended visit to LexingtonMisses Dunn and Mamie Marks of Danville spent Sunday with Miss Mittie Dunn Messrs Raymond King and Chalmers Gallaher spent several days in Lexing ton this week Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn have returned home after a delightful stay of three weeks in Florida Mr Ilotfan Ballard who is attending State College visited his mother Mrs Eliza II Ballard last week Mrs John Ballard and daughter Marie of Lancaster spent several days with relatives here last week Mr B F Jennings of Danville has returned home after spending several days with his daughter Mrs Sam Has eldenMr and Mrs Letcher Sanders Mrs Bettie Peyton of Nicholasville spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs J W Glass Great interest is being shown in the meeting at Mt Olivet The services are being conducted by the of NewportMr left Tuesday to at tend Business College at Lexington Mr Chesnut is one of our most popular young men Mr A T Scott and family of Buena Vista will move here in a few days many friends in Bryantsvllle will be glad to welcome them Mr Elbert Hiatt of Illinois who has been spending several weeks with aunt Mrs Sam Haselden is a few days in Danville with Ruble Ruble bought of Mr M J FarrIs of Boyle 370 head of slop cat tie weighing from 800 to 1000 Ibs at prices ranging from 3 to cts per lb bunch of cattle brought Mr Far ris even 11090 Rev Briscoe and wife left Tuesday for Mt Vernon where they will make future home Their many friends regretted very much to see them leave but wish them much in their new home We are glad to know that Mr Lan dram the popular editor of the Record has returned home after spending several months in Atlanta and that he has fully recovered from his recent Illness and again able to re sume his Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash had a bitter battle with and liver trouble butat last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Elec tric Bitters 1 unhesitatingly rtcom mend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do the same for you by R E Mc Robets druggist at 50c a bottle Try tbem today 1m Leaven at and Rev Craltz Their hIs spend- Ing 31 This their dutIesFurious I chronic stomach I t q oldest Lexington recently relatives success Central KlflkSVlLLE Born to the Wife of Shirley Cottona line girl The farmers bankof this place com menced busines 25th of November Fred Burton having sold his farm to Mr Griley for 2200 has moved with hIs family to Danville Mrs Robert Duerson and daughter Mrs LafeDuerson spent Thanksgiving with Mrs James R Henry Miss Loula Wheeler and Frank the former of Madison Institute and the later of Berea college spent with their parents Dr Snowden one of our leading physicians has purchased property in Paint Lick and will move there UUCKEYE Cecil Broaddus bought a lot of corn of Forrest Curtis at 1 75 per bbl Miss Fannie Mae Miles of Nicholas vine was visiting home folks last week Miss Jennie Carter was visiting her cousin Davis ofPoorRidge Sunday Gulley spent a part of last week with her sistee Mrs BertSoper LancasterLittle Susie Perkins spent last week with her grand mother Sirs J P Lung of Madison Miss Eula Totten of Stanford has been the attractive visitor of Miss Itordie Ray for several days Miss Ethyl Sadler of McCreary was the guest of Misses Lucy and Jennie Dickerson Saturday and Sunday Mr Forrest Curtis and family of Teatersville were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Sunday Mr Walker Bradshaw wifeand baby have returned from a pleasant visit with his sister Mrs John Curd of BurginMr Walker who underwent a severe surgical operation last week is slightly improved We hope he will soon recover Mr James Lear of this place will move to Richmond Uncle Sy Creech had a good family mare to die last week Mrs Pamelia Lee visited her sister Mrs W T Watson last week Mr Thomas Hill has been appointed post master at this place J T Jackson resigningMisses Cora and Sallie tertained quite a number of young folks on Thanksgiving- Mr Richard Howard of Greensburfc Ind has been visiting relatives and friends here for several days Mr Carol Prewitt who has suffered considerably with bolls on his hands is much better at this writing Mesdames Horace Wheeler and Zack Simpson have been very sick for sever al days but are better at this writing Thanksgiving was observed at Free dom church by the congregation Rev T E Foley delivered an excellent ser monEverybody has killed hogs and we are enjoying theyearly feast for which we are thankful to our kind and Father in Heaven Mr John Sebastian who has made his home in Illinois for several veins is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Thompson Sebastian Mr Steve Ililll of the firm of Hill Bros of this place married last week to Miss Sanders of Hyattsville His many friends here wish him a happy and prosperous life The 4th Saturday in this month is stated meeting at Freedom church the congregation will on that day at 11 a m call a pastor for the ensuing year Bro Pikes year closes with that dateMr J T Jackson and family have re turned to their home here after spend log several days with relatives near Bryan tsville Mr Jackson also went to Lexington to make arrangements to go into business there We wish him great success in his effort he is in truth a worthy gentleman McCREARY Hog killing is all the rage Miss Ethyl Saddler was visitingMiss Arkie Hunter Monday night Mr Jesse Hill was the pleasant guest of Oscar Royce Monday night Misses Bessie Layton and Pearl Ham have been visiting Misses Cleo and Ruth Royce Miss Arkie Hunter accompanied by her friend Mr A D Bradshaw visited Lancaster friends recently At an entertainment at Bradshaws School House Miss Flonnie Catron won a prize for the most handsome and popular young lady On last Wednesday at 4 oclock Miss Carrie Lee Sanders and Mr Steve Hill were quietly married at the brides home We extend congratulations- On court day at Lancaster we met friend Mr T A Royce who was just returning from a trip to Illinois He reports the country lovely and also says he was lucky in getting one of tne best farms near Decatur A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully say writes Harry Colson of Masonville la that for Blind Bbeding Itching and Protruding Piles Buckllns Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries R EJMcRoberts 1m Thanks- gIvIng departure Miss Cordie Ina NINA Prather en grac- Ious o 25cat i Miss N1 our druggist e it nI IF E will interest you MOUNT fW f E iA OOC OO O OC I Oils and P y I Iii Window Glass X AIL SIZES and II 1 Strength Jc X x McRobcrts Drug Stores I COOC O r720 Our prices on IlN 1 I UflN- IP1jt SINGLE Doth1e d3 =LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident f ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK j Of LANCASTER KY h CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS Jioooo V B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper P Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTUKS H Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON B F Hudson III J J Walker T M Arnold Stormes DrugII ItBY J J WALKER Vice Prest JIllii Portland and Black Diamond Cement I I ILime and Window Glass s o llt Paint Store I iI q NOTICEr Most of the companies of my Agen cy have coutinously transacted business in Lancaster and Vicinity for over thirtyfive years without fear and with much favor s 1 Irr tta J H KINNAIRD General Insurance fIc By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me OlHce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1O00 A R DENNY Pr Went JOHN E STORMES Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier Robinson Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird I o o C z493 2 S 9 I U 0 2 J F Asst SO 000000000 o0o000000000000m000000 d o p p s Opp OC 000000000 00000 O tl A L ir S w iisi Speak for It she cried to doggie For she knew in her That German Syrup homes great treasury Could impart greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights and the ter rible exhaustion of a cough are idread of the poor consumptive But whythis fear of night when a few Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or sweat Free ex the morning ter tain taking German We know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one bottle of German will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs or lung even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup wonders 12 Two 250 and 750 All druggist For ale br R E McHobertB FRUIT AT WHOLESALE This Custom Is Steadily Growing in Big It la OiH Storage A practice which is steadily growing in favor among town folk not alone in New York but in other American cities as well is that of buying their fruit at wholesale and keeping it in cold stor age until needed for consumption The cost of such storage is now inconsider able In most progressive towns space to accommodate a package of about the dimensions of an ordinary flour barrel may be 25 cents a month or 60 cents for a season of three or four months Those persons who have once tried the practice are enthusiastic over its advantages maintaining not only that It is much cheaper than to buy fruit in small quantities from day to day in the retail market but also that it enables them to get the best fruit that comes to market and to have only the best all the time There Is a valuable suggestion here for the farmer and fruit grower says the Country Gentleman Apples grapes pears quinces plums apricots even peaches and melons as well as bananas oranges and grapefruit can be kept sound and good for a length of time in cold storage As people come to realize this more gen erally the opening for such a trade be tween townsfolk and country growers must increase immensely There is ouch an opening now and the fruit men whose warms are near enough to the cities to permit them to carry their fruit to the consumer have such an as never was known before to market all their produce of a kind at one best time for them and at good prices Large growers living at too greatadis tance from any city to carry their fruit to market themselves would find It both profitable and advantageous to employ an agent in the city to handle this trade for them soliciting orders from consumers for fruits In bulk at wholesale prices and making the in season It is easy enough to find plenty of buyers for good fruits the fruiteating habit has increased enormously In the last decade or two indeed there has been a remarkably widespread awakening to a realization of the value of fruit as a staple article of diet The one thing needful is to bring the grower and the consumer to gether A highly profitable trade is bound to follow Having started with fruit there is no reason why such direct business between farmer and city house holder should rot broaden to include eggs butter vegetables and farm produce in general The consumer would much prefer to deal directly with the producer whenever possible rather than with some middleman be he commission merchant wholesaler or alone because doing so would be in the long run appreciably cheaper but still more because it would enable him to get the best of the farmers goods and get them more quickly and in fresher better shape The grower who exerts himself to dis pose of his product in this way will soon find that he has secured a good profitable and sure market for all the produce he can supply POTATO FREAKS Odd Specimens of Tubers Which Bear Strong Resemblances to Animals The above specimens of tubers form an interesting group No 1 which 4The is made troublesand CitiesKeep rentedfor surprising timethe deliveries relations retailernot Different I opportunity FREAK POTATOES weighed nearly two pounds resembles a baby hippopotamus the second a dog curled up in a natural fash ion the third is not much unlike a seal and the fourth well what animal does it resemble f I puppy r 4 N jg I I j ABOUT SHOCKING WHEAT Details Make the Work ThreeFold sore Simple When Followed- to the Letter Most people are probably familiar in a general way with the principles and methods used In wheat shocking Yet there are details the conformation to or neglect of which makes all the dif ference between a firstclass job and a poor one I wish to show here some of the details which make for conveni ence and excellence In the work I find the following plan of setting up a shock most satisfactory Set down four bundles in a row and follow with one in the middle on eacn side Now place a bundle in each of the four vacant places and put on two caps For caps select bundles with long straws above the bands They will cover the shock better and will not fall oft so easily Place the heads of the caps in the direction from which the strongest winds blow If the heads face the wind the caps will not blow off as readily as they will if the butts face it Here are a few general suggestions says the Rural New Yorker If the shock has been set up as here directed it will contain 12 bundles Experience teaches that this is very nearly the right number Some little Variation of course is allowable But if a shock is much smaller It lacks stability and the same is true if the shock is much larger especially if the wheat Is dead ripe When the wheat is dead ripe the heads stand out and especially in a large shock the bundles are liable to fall down If the heads stand out it Is a good plan to hug the shock tight ly before capping In a large shock slightly green wheat is apt to mold When starting a shock if convenient start it In the middle of the bunch of bundles This will save the time and labor Involved in carrying bundles around the shock If practicable put shocks in exactly straight rows This will not increase the yield but make it easier to get at in hauling from the field If pushed for time ever put shocks where most conveni ent One cannot afford in so practical a matter as wheat shocking to sacri flee economy for neatness To avoid dampness as much as possible place shocks out of depressions While it is true that only the butts would be wet by the surface water It Is also true that a shock once wet will dry out more quickly on dry than on damp groundIf foregoing suggestions are fol lowed In shocking wheat two very de sirable things will I think be accom pUshed The work will be done with a minimum of time and energy and a firstclass job of work will be done I helped to shock over 40 acres of wheat last summer during which these sng gcstions were kept in mind As a re sult fewer caps blew off fewer shocks fell down and a neater appearance was made than in neighboring fields THREEHORSE DOUBLETREE Versatile Instrument Which One Agriculturist Declares Is Best in Market Here is a sketch of a threehorse doubletree that is the best I have t how- I I I I will- THE THREEHORSE DOUBLETREE ever used writes a correspondent of the Rural New Yorker It is light and can be used as a twohorse doubletree by changing two clevises and taking off the short single tree The doubletree is four feet from center to center of out side holes The single trees are two feet six inches short one is ten inches Irons on single trees are all six inches The short single tree should be made with a hook on the under side so that all will be on a line TIE IN BRITISH COMMONS An Unusual Occurence in This Famous Body Has Happened Three Times in a Century London journalists were reminded of an interesting bit of political history by a recent incident at the British house of commons A division in the house upon a question relating to Lon don street railways resulted in a tie 171 members on each side Thereupon the speaker gave the casting vote in the negative A tie in the house of commons is unusual for this was the first time in many years that one had occurred The last important division previously that called for the vote of the speaker took place in 1861 But Just a century ago in April 1805 a resolution aimed at Lord Melville a leading member of the cabinet re ceive 216 votes and an equal number was given in opposition The speaker gave the casting vote in favor of the resolution In consequence of this vote Lord Melville was impeached the next year 1806 He was accused of appro priating public funds but was finally acquitted He was a great friend of Mr Pitt the prime minister who did his utmost to protect him and who was greatly grieved at the vote of the speaker Torture of a Preachar The story of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Harpersville N Y will interest yon He says I suffered agonies because of a cough resulting from the I bad to sleep sitting in bed 1 tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds saved me from consumption grand cure for conditions of Throat and Lungs At B E McRobi price 50c and l0u guar anteed Trial bottle free 1m entirely cured my and A cough T In Mad Chase Milltous rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism to another when if they would only eat food and keep their bowels with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at B E Mc Roberts drug store guaranteed 1m good regular DOUBT NOT ALWAYS A SIN It Sometimes May Lead One Into a Deeper and Better Knowledge- of God and His Ways There are some people greatly troubled over their doubts they nat urally mourn a feeble faith and wish they did not have so many questions rising in their hearts But it should be said to them that doubts are not sins if And about that if rests the secret of it all When doubts are left to themselves that Is when doubts arise and there is no effort made to solve them then doubt is like ly to result in wrong But if doubts are questions urging us on to seek right answers then doubts may be blessings in disguise There are not a few people who swallow everything that is given to them They take their religion upon the say so of other folks they follow certain prescribed lines and end in accepting everything that is taught to them They have not enough virility to ask questions they have not wit enough to doubt Such stagnation of intellect may be called unbounded faith though it is anything but that One may believe mightily and yet have some serious doubts upon other things He may even ques tion some of the dealings of God with men wonder at the way He does things have difficulty in reconciling things and what sensitive soul has not done that again and again and all the while be a devoted follower of Jesus When one says glibly I am sure of it and another says I am not so sure of it it is quite likely that the latter is the safer of the two Not that there is a blessing on the doubter because he doubts says Serv ice hut because his doubts lead him to get deeper into the mysteries of God So do not mourn over your doubts If you will allow them to drive you into further investigation Some times faith is another word for lazi ness and some people do not seem to know the difference between the two Happy is he whose attitude is after the spirit of Browning having Just so much of doubt AB bade me plant a surer foot upon The sunroad A POOR SOUL Not Known by Christ at the Judg ment Because Never at Home to Him Here It was on the Day of Judgment A risen soul went up to the Lord In quiet confidence not that she was bold or proud or vain 0 no all her earthly life long she had pictured herself standing by the Lords side on the latter day But the Lord looked earnestly into her face and said Who art thou Then the soul was startled by this question and said timidly 0 my dear Lord knowest Thou me not No said the Lord I know thee not 0 my Lord and God said now the poor soul dost Thou not remember how I went every Monday Thou gavest to the sewing meeting and to the temperance meeting and Wednesdays to the Band of Hope and Thursdays to the missionary meeting and Friday to the choir practice and to the free and easy for work ing girls and Sundays to the Guild Sobbing and fluttered she repeated the last words twice and added in despair 0 Lord rememberest Thou really at all Soul said the Lord whenever I came and knocked at thy door thou wast not tt home Herman Oeser There is no mystery where there is complete mastery Never is happiness more clear than when founded on cleanheartedness There is more worship in the music of the heart than in all the art of musicChronic selfconceit is more fatal than either measles or PresbyterianSome never think of being grateful for one meal until they are hungry for the next Death is only the one who has gone to get the home ready coming to take us to Horn As a countenance is made beautiful by the souls shining through it so the world is beautiful by the shining through it of a the mind is kept fully occupied with good thoughts there will be no room for evil ones The cell that Is full of honey has no room for anything else United Presbyterian- We are apt to forget that the of the inner life is not unless it issue in such going about doing good as was the flower and fruit of our Saviours thirty F B Meyer No one of my fellows can do that special work for me which I come into the world to do he may do a higher work but he cannot do my work I cannot hand my work over to him any more than I can hand over my or my gifts Ruskin To love is better than to be great It better than to be refined it is better than to be wise Love takes precedence of all prophecy of every kind of knowledge and of the gift of tongues love is higher than hope or faith and is the very royalty of God SelectedGuard yourself that treasure kindness Know how to give without hesitation how to lose without re gret how to acquire without mean ness Know how to replace In your heart by the happiness of thosO you love the happiness that may b want if 111 yourMlf F w F b r Tuesdays nothing mumpsUnited itRams GodJacobi- If development perfect yearsRev responsibilities Saturdays is BEUNA VISTA Alva Christopher of Somerset is visiting his parents Wm Chustopher sold 9 small hogs P Ruble for 5 42 Miss Annie Sechrest who has been sick has about recovered Mr JamesBurrows of Lowell was the guest of James Spllman last week Webb Christopher and Vergil Scott made a business trip to Lexington Sat urday Miss Essie Cecil from near Wilmore is visiting her cousin Miss Bertha ChristopherVictor who is attending Business college at Cincinnati spent Thanksgiving holiday at home Sunday communion iervice will be held at the Presbyterian church Prearatory service Saturday afternoon The meeting atMt Olivet by Rev Welburn anti Crates is pro gressing nicely BroCrates is an inter esting preacher Onle the three months old babv of Mr and Mrs James Johnson died week before last Interment at Mt Olivet Sympathy extended by many friends Special Homeseekers Rate via Southern Ry On the first arid third Tuesdavs in November and December the Railway will sell very low Home seekers tickets to all points in the south west and many in the west and north west Only one change of cars from Lexington to nearly all principle points Double daily sei vice For information address or call on J F Logan T P A Lexington G B Allen A C D A St Louis C H D P A Louisville Frankfort will have a poultry show December 19 to 22 and it will tm one of the highest class exhibitioi f the kind ever held in the South Get ready for the sneak thief Cold weather revives business in t line Insinuation Mrs Newcomer Were you ever in WashingtonMrs Yes my husband served two years in the house of repre sentatives Mrs By the way how much do the pages get a year Chicago Daily News The Best Way Out look worried old man Whats the cause thereof Singleton with a several things Wedderly Well take my advice and marry one of them and let the others go Ive had the same experience TitBits Value of a Reputation Judge indignantly And you this man to be innocent even utter hearing his own confession to the crime Foreman of Jury Walal ye see yer honer he allus wuz sech a liar that were afeard to trust him Always Something What do you think will be the re suit when tae lobster supply becomes exhausted Are you worrying over that My dear sir rest easy there will bo some thing just as easy to work only by another name Milwaukee Sentinel Oldest Inhabitant Who is your oldest Inhabitant Old Bill Davis Where is he living Hes in jail He wuz sentenced to be hung 80 years ago an hez bin fight in the case ever The Proper Sensation How does the razor feel sir asked the silly barber I give It up snapped the victim but If it realizes how it makes my face feel It ought to feel ashamed Philadelphia Press Preserves Mothers putting up preserves Fathers awful sore For it gets on fathers nerves To put up with and for Puck to- W ONext conducted Southern round- trip Hun erford big tin NewcomerIndeed WedderlyYou slghoh declare nowJudge sinceJudge A CINCH Belle Did you tell Arthur you would leave him out of your will if he that girl the idiot would marry her In spite of that so I told the girl Illustrated Bits So Sudden Your sudden marriage to Mr said the friend sur arlsed me I reckon It surprised him also re plied the bride with a smile Hous ton Poet Evasion Weve quit keeping up appear mces What are you doing now Oh keeping up disappearances Puck Businesslike Caller Ill give you twopence If you ell your sister Im here Young right and for tixpence extra Ill promise not to tell then CauellV married FatherNo Sappy ex widows BrotherAll KodolDYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTk 100 bottle contains 2M times the trial size which sollj toe 50 cents C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO I CURE PRCPAiiaD ONLY AT LABOSATOCY o- rE THI For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K Ask for the 1905 Kotlol Almanac and 200 year Calendar Simple Remedy For Catarrh Just Breathe Hyomel Four Time a Day and Be Cured If a few years ago someone had said you can cure catarrh by breathing air charge with a healing balsam the idea would have been ridiculed and it remained for that emlment R T Booth to discover in Hyomei this method of cure Hyomel has performed almost mlr aculous cures of catarrh and is today recognized by leading members of the medical prof ession as the only remedy that can be relied upon Kidn just what out tit of Hyomei costs 100 and con slats of an inhaler a medicine dropper aid A bottle of Ilyomei- Breallie Hyomei through the inhaler for a Sew minutes times a day and will cure the worst case of catarrh It soothes iind heals the mucous of the air passages prevents irritation and effects a complete and lasting cure In Lancaster there are scores of well known people have been cured of cat arrh bv Hvnmei If ji does not cure you MrRtiHris will return the money you for Hynmei This is the strongest evidence I hat can be offered as to bis faith in the remedy WHO FILLS YOUR brunch of our bust is at all tunes in charge X of FirstClass Pharmacists wIt hive always given V special attention to the art O of Dispensing O v tions and S Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously 5 Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very he i Mix ed Paint Wan Paper Ftc fSFISH PaitLicUy X OO0OOOOOOO X Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIIICUIT COURT A C Robinson Committee of PItT vs Mrs Sallie Owsley Willie Belle Greenlraf and W II Greeuleaf Defts By virtue of a judgement in the above action rendered at the November term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY DEC 25 1905 publicly before the court house door in the city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed real property situated in Lancaster Garrara county Kentucky and was conveyed to Mrs bailie Owsley by deed from 0 P Hill and wife dateCi October 1888 and recorded in the Garrard county clerks office in deed book 9 page 440 and described as follows ad joining the extension of Lexington avenue in said town and as follows Said lot of land from the west side of said to the turnpike road leading from Lancaster to Lexington and is bound ed on the north by the lot conveyed to said Hill by John Donohoe on the south by the property sold by J D Johnsons to Jesse G Sweeney and has a frontage of 118 feet on the Hill extension and embraces all the ground between the lot sold by John sons administrator to Sweeney and that sold by said Hill to Donohue Said land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and suffici ent surety for the purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commisioner bearing G per cent inter est per annum from day of sale until the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until tIle payment of the purchase money- J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court- J B Paxton Atty for Plff Dec 8 1905 H F Hillenmeyer Sons I Blue Grass Nnrsems i Lexington Kentucky Offer for the fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape vines Asparagus Small fruits Rhubarb Shrubs Etc We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter I advertised it chums four it membrane R E pay COOCxx OC II I 1 l XII SS X Ig Prescrip XI 6 I I Mrs Owsley described extends avenue Circuit JJ iI investigator The complete PRESCRIPTIONSI Phvsicdns I Compounded Salile I For Late Planting The best varieties cf second crop awl Northern sorts i Book Orders Now Write for list i of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers i mailed free on request I uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A New reatmeni for the pores of the skin which the complexion especially ladies arc scaly skin black heads and blotches Such are generally treated with cold cream face witch hazel prepat ations etc which only afford temporary relief if any The trouble in the inactivity of the pores of the skin If the are health and their duties properly the complexion will be good unless the person from some chronic trouble- A Louisville chemist has succeeded in perfecting product known as Paracamph to the am h nL r nov rsiri of tru opens tle Tkin r i itructions y suniiUtiij f o i wl induc big pi rpiratioa Iraciniph sweats out the trouble It wsshfs the pores of the skin snakes titans healthy and active thereby giving a smooth rosy satin finlh to the ski Tfci r preparation is lH t vrv lrr nnlexion s r if i Tcler direct to is vithin the uly in 25c BOc anj iUfactured only by The b f nv Louisville Ky O O J E Stormes has an elaborate line of distinctive ttI HEADWEAR direct from the If Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is 55 K extended to all to call and pi see the new styles 1 SALLIE D FILLET POSTEDThewarts ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands fur any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice A J Tompson J II Kigsby R G Pettus D M Anderson J L Hutch ins Sweeney Morgan Vm Culdlron S C Rigsby Jas R Henry P D G ill H 0 Miller W S Ferguson WR Cook W L Lawson WA Wheeler Mrs Daniels Election Notice There will be an election held at the Citi zens National Stank on Tuesday January 9th 1906 to select five directors to serve the B F HUDSON Cashier Dec 4 1905 Election Notice There will bean election beltS bj the share holders of the National Bank of Lancaster at its bank building January 9 1906 for the purpose of electing five directors for log year DENNY Cashier Dec 4 1905 Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc Its val beautifies annoyedwith ailments e sts I L r I J dan an lSCl c your from h r 510 ml T tJcJiS0K r X X X0Zl I tMiss Sallie Tillet 18 1 I C IJlJf ll1JJ Wii lfii Mrs ensu- Ing yen K I theensu S C I sIt S afl ji uci MiIIinery The stomach is your vital center No man is stronger than bis siam ach The average man measures his physical vitality by his heart his kid neys or his lungs Yet it is the stom ach that should first be considered when you cast up the account of healthEvery organ of the body is sustained and nourisbad by food which isconvert ed into nutrition in the stomach and conveyed to every part of the system In the form of blood For this reason when the stomach is strengthened I iO Of Pneumonia on There is no case on re cord of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after and TAR had been taken It stops the heals the lungs and pre vents serious results from a cold Do not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some un known preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine A Sever Cold for Three Months The following letter from A J NUS baum of Batesville Jnd tells its own story I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared ma some medicine and a scribed for me yet I did not improve I then tried Foleys Honey and Tar and eight doses Three sizes Sc SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small siza and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale bv CC TE Stormes Howes Toricoid LASSES SOMETHING NEW audetitirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Kcwe Co Opticians Louisville Ky That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster K t tt c 1 7 Case Record serious FOLEYSHONEY coughand It curedme nearsightedand J s The Vital CenterN- oMan Stronger than his Stomach Let Miona n your Digestive System with Mlo naand is able to convert the f oi in nourishment all otherorgans soon become well This explains many cures of heart liver or kidneys in the cases where is used most wonderful health restorer known and is sold by R E McRoberts under on absolute guarantee that it costs nothing unless it restores health Just one little tablet out of a 50 cent oox of Miona for a few days and will soon see a great improvement in your health diseases I 10 na His CENTRAL RECORD Supplement Lancaster Ky December S 1toj A PREACHERS WIFE No sIll Isnt prim and proper Ard she dcrsrt a copper What they say Shes so Innocent of wrong And so full of laugh and song That shes happy all day long On her way Shes as fond of pretty dresses And of kisses and caresses As a child But she has a lot of sense And she doesnt take offense And she sizes up pretense Unbegulled She doesnt babble French or German But she understands a sermon And she knows When her praise is halm and crown When the preacher needs a frown And just how to call him down In hard prose Shes no zealor or fanatic She doesnt have to wax esctatic To be good Shes a woman through and through Sweet and sensible and true Whose religion is to do What she should Shes not ford of public speaking And shes not bit seifceeklng Hers to be Not the leader in the strife Hut a happy helpful wife Quite content to live her life Full and free Im not sure that shes ideal But whats Leer far real And intact Shes no figment of a dream No Imaginative scheme Nor a pees iuic theme She s a tact Robert Whiiuuor it acilic Baptist THE BIBLE AND THE NATION Extracts from an Address by George May Powell Before the Bible Society The Bible is the great Godgiven cen tral sun of moral quality in the iudi vidual and thereiore of the nation Without high moral quality wealth and education even are sources not only of weakness but of peril The villain who is Loth rich and highly is far more dangerous to him self and to others than the poor ignor ant man of evil instincts and as bad in practice as his poverty and limited knowledge make possible Therefore the Bible being the chief source of moral teaching with which to build up that element in individual charac ter is thus absolutely essential through the aggregate of individual life to life We look with pride and perhaps too much hope on Old Glory as the flag emblematic of a national the never to be quenched but the speaker has trod den oer the rains of grander cities than any in our West power and splendor in Asia and Africa before Jesus of Nazareth walked the earth in human those nations would not rule in righteous ness and the owl hoots through the ruins of Palmyra and the wind sifts the sands of the desert over the bones of the prophets One of the fathers of our country told us Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty Biblefounded conscience is the only kind that will ever exercise this vigilance or teach us that politics not partisanship is a talent in our stewardship Teach us that the party whip is to be cut when driving wrong and that part of that vigilance is to vote as we pray The dictionary d fines politics as That part of ethics that pertains to the public good We venture to define ethics as The science of what is right The Bible is the great searchlight on these and on truths that are absolutely es sential to national life of this socalled Great Rerublic which Is the last best hope of the human race If we walk in that light we shall overcome all opposition whether horn without or within or both As the winds come when forests are render come as the waves come when navies are stranded I cart a I educated Landcities- of formbut I she s American national t correlated p Again invite you to inspect their line of They assure you it is superior in VARIETY QUANTITY and QUALITY to any they have ever shown before It is unnecessary in fact impossible to particularize It is sufficient to say that you can find with them any thing from a simple gTM to a most Ci I r T IDOIbTT TO VISIT MORROW Me ROBE m MORROW HOLIDAY GOODS I TOY I FAIL E ot W t 4 rr k Expensive r