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THE CENTRALLANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 1905 RECORDSUTEENTll rK r p MHa63 MORE I I LESS Coal Dirt Smoke Ashes Etc Let me warm your house with a FURNACE You can have every room I warm for the same r amount of coal you are USing in 1 or 2 grates See for pi ices mwm Fancy Holiday We have a large line of Holiday Goods on hand Ladies Ms StaKfls Fancy aiii Oat Chairs Centre TaMes Etc Prompt any time desired Hamilton Dunlap Successors loJA Beazley 4 Co J A Beazley Undertaker rvAt MII rr a IW u Too I I I writeor phone me QRH nE r I FURNITURE I I I I I delivery I L a 1 Glittering i f bUr U ell r Irterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just ab ve Presbyterian church Pnone Ill CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman E C BOCUS WmHerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Once over Court room Prompt attention to business i G CHRIS FARIS c f M 1 leastWear I KentuckyL JI I Police G ucaoo saxw toss ARKS TIX 4YC7tiit aSDO ALLYGiY Ra 1 s Dentist Once over Thompona store Danville stI r I Dr Homer Anthony OSTEOPATH Gaines Hotel Office Hoursn I ito 4 l Zi d I8tol2 I Local Notes The Sunny Side of Life at Metho dist church tonight You can buy dolls cheap at the post office Friday and Saturday i You will find suitable Christmas presents for all at Miss Elkins china sale The board of city supervisors is in session this week at the police Remember the Lecture tonight Doors open at 645 Come early if ou want a good seat The ladies will have an exchange at their rooms Saturday the 23rd All members are requested to send some thing The Rev W V Cvelvee of Iowa will preach at the Presbyterian church Saturday the Kith at 11 a In and the Sunday following The comrnnuion services will be held at this time 2t The Ladies Missionary Society of Paint Lick church will have a candy sale at the residence of Mr Woods Walker Thursday Dec 21 beginning at one oclock Everybody cordially invited A large audience will hear Rev B M Nelsons lecture The Sunny Side of Life at Methodist church this Thursday evening The subject is a good one and the speaker thoroughly capable of handling it Admission 15 and 25cts Condition Of Mr Marksbury Mr II A B Marksbury who has been quite ill for several weeks is now in a very serious condition and his recovery is very doubtful lie has been in this condition all this week and losing ground every day The case against Will Ward for Henry Patterson was called Tues day and the regular pannel was soon exhausted in at attempt to get a jury A special venire was summoned and the case i s now i n progress As this article is written no proof has been taken The U D C met with Mrs James A Royston Dec 11 They had quite a number present Several pieces of teresting history and poetry was read by Mesdames B F Hudson Fannie Farra Ed C Gaines and Martha Fris bie They will hold their next meet ing with Mrs B F Hudson Jan 8 1906 The many Lancaster friends of ex Congressman Geo M Davison extend sympathy on the death of his mother which occurred at Stanford Friday evening She was one of Lincolns old est residents and was highly respected and beloved by all who knew her Important Notice As Christmas day falls on county court day the banks will be closed as that is a legal holiday and paver at tended to would be void The banks will also be closed on the following Monday New Years Day Remember this and attend to business on the Saturday preceeding 2t To our patrons and the public in gen eral As per our announcement we will sell our stock as a whole on Dec 27th Up until that time we will sell all classes of merchandise at a great sacrifice You can make a great say InK by laying in your supplies before the sale The Logan Dry Goods Co Deserved Recognition His many newspaper friends are at the selection of Mr Henry E Woolfolk as mayor of Danville Sam Menefee ex editor of the Advocate was elected at the regular election but business engagements elsewhere caus ed him to resign Mr Woolfolk is a fine business man and one of the best newspaper men we ever knew The Record congratulates the hustling city upon securing his services Damages Mr J R Mount who was injured some months ago In stepping from the morning passenger train was given a verdict of four hundred dollars in the circuit court Saturday The case was stubbornly fought by both sides and an appeal will be taken by the railroad people The roads local attorney Lewis L Walker wos assisted by Mr Shelby of Lexington The suit brought by Attorneys Joe E Robinson and Robt Harding This Measure Is Loaded Boyle County sheep owners says an exchange are laying the flattering unction to their souls that the next Legislature will pass a dog tax meae ure Dont flatter yourselves men It will not do it The shores of legislative history are strewn with the wrecks of promising careers which went to pieces on the rocks of a dog tax law A cyncical philosopher has said that every poor man keeps a dog and every poor man keeps two Anyhow the man who proposes to lay a tax on dogs will think by the time he gets through with his earn for reelection that all the dogs in the universe are after him Not being the owner of a dog we have no personal in the matter but all legislators to steer clear of a dog law unlesshey are seeking the nearest way to the political boneyard Cynthiana ines e courtroom Ins Davison I Gets 400 was dd pal n advise 9f f T lingering killing delighted gent of a a Did Good Work The fight by Commonwealths Chas Hardin against blind is greatly appreciated by the of Lancaster who believe in the laws Mr Hardin is that every man coming before the court shall be punished and permits none to escape through technicalities or other loop holes He had many before the grand jury and each was closely questioned as to where whiskey was procured Mr Hardin is not only a competent attorney but is absolutely fearless in the discharge his duty Impressive Exercise The local Odd Fellows lodge held impressive and beautiful exercises at Christian night during which Eld F M Tinder made a very appropriate address All the exercises were conducted by the members they singing their own songs but a large congregation of people were present The Contester lodge is in a very flour fishing condition the roster is clean and a number of our best citizens have sent in their petitions The Old Fel always in good shape and the lodges everywhere are composed of the best people of the town Former Lancaster Boy Many old friends and acquaintances will be sorry to learn of the death of Mr H Lee Tate which occurred at his home in Mt Vernon last week lie had been in good health until a few weeks ago when attacked by stomach trouble Mr Tate was a son of Thos Tate and was born and raised in He moved to Ryckcastle years ago and has since held offices of honor and trust At time his death he was sheriff of the county He leaves a widow and three children The Masonic lodge the funeral services Lee Tate had world of friends and was a splendid man who will be missed in his Destressing Accident Sunday morning while Robinson and Val the two handsome little sons of Mr and Mrs W R Cook were playing about the family room Val the young er brother climbed to a shelf in a press and knocked to the floor a large old revolver which had been there for years The weapon was the ball striking Robinson in the quickly summoned and gave the child every relief possible It was then de tided to take him to a Louisville and this was done Monday morning A letter from that institu tion says the little fellow is getting nicely and aside from the loss of the eye will fully recover Bourne William Bourne son of Mr Samuel Bourne of this vicinity died at the home of his parents Thursday after only a few days illness from typhoid fever aged 31 years Mr Bournes death was pathetically from the fact that it was the utter sacrifice of self for the good of another as the disease was while he was faithfully at the bedside of a feverstricken friend Such sacrificial service and unselfish devotion can truly be among the deeds of heroism and and beautifully exemplifies the Mas ters words Greater love hath no man than this that he lay down his life for his friends Mr Bournes thirty years of earthly existence were given to a devoted service to his and their immediate home circle and a willing attendance upon the sick of his vicinity Tobacco Growers Fault Mr J Wade Walker one of Garrards most popular and prominent farmers showed The Record a circular letter in regard to the recent attempt upon number of Growers of White Burley Tobacco to perfect an organization and receive better prices for the crop All the financial arrangements were completed but many of the growers tailed to sign up contracts and when success was right in the grasp the plan had to be abandoned for no other reason but the failure of these grow ers to join hands with their brother growers and thus receive better prices The plan had abundant backing men were sent into every nook and corner of the burley district and the plan fully explained but some growers sat idly by folded their hands and caused the plan to tail Now Mr Burley Grower has no one to blame but The proposition was so put that the grower had nothing to risk and to gain as it did not inter fere with or delay the regular of the crop Unless all the growers united the fight would have been useless so it was determined af ter due deliberation to throw up the sponge As stated above the farmers had success in their grasp and the failure of the plan lies entirely with the individual growers and not the promoters Large Stock On Hand We have a large stock of first class shaves and hair cuts on hand and will take great pleasure in supplying your wants Try our Christmas haircut hobby and upto date We give you a shave so smooth that we gurantee it to not rub the whitening off your girls face Could anything be better Come let us prove it tft Henry Duncans Shop i tI- gers people enforc- Ing parties o church Sunday Lancaster conducted community discharged eyeballIn- firmary along contracted minister- Ing numbered parents himself everything movement Attorney determined lofts are several several morning beautiful f o so is is M to a 4 Circuit Court Business in the circuit court has been moving along rapidly the juries having assisted greatly by bringing in verdicts promptly and there has not been a hung jury so far Some civil business has been continued on account Commonwealth cases As we go to press the case against Wm Ward for killing Henry Patterson is being tried The grand jury returned 51 all of the small fry order Judge Bell continues to win praise from litigants the general public for the able and rapid manner in which he conducts the business of the court He is not only a line judge of law but his courteous manner to all concerned has made friends of having busines in the court The term will close this week Mr Herndon Still Suffers Mall Clerk Leslie Herndon who was painfully injured in the wreck on the Southern Railway some weeks ago able to move around a little but is still suffering great pain and is badly crippled Iris spine is injured and he scarcely able to walk about while much pain is caused by the right which was punctured He is at the home of his father on Lexington street and his legion of friends trust that he will soon be fully restored to health Five Lancaster men hold important runs in the railway mail service Messrs Geo R Harden Tom Eason Will Stone and Leslie Herndon They have all escaped injury except Mr Herndon and Eason the latter having been badly mashed up on the Queen Crescent line about a year ago Predicts a Drop 3 Aprominent tobacco man says in the Lexington Leader Since the failure of the Burley Growers Company the trust now master of the situation and as soon as it gets the cream other crop prices are sure fall The old hue and furnish a pretext for slump in the market and the growers who hold expecting more money will be disappointed and have to sell at a sacrifice In anticipation of the White Burley movement the raisers have been slow in getting their tobacco ready for market and as a result much of the crop is still in the hands of the The top prices now being paid by the Continental is abjut cents but those posted on the situation that it will drop to an average of five cents before the season closes Furniture For Sale Having decided to make our home with our sister in Atlanta we will sell at a bargain some of our effects all nearly new and having been used but little These goods were bought only a few months ago and we will not need them in our new home We have brandnew set of dining room chairs handsome dining table a good cools stove kitchen table lot of asafe 2staud tables chairs 1 rocker and a few other household articles As we will ship our goods in a few days parties desir ing these bargains should call at once Call at The Central Record office for particulars and we will be glad to show the furniture Susie and Carrie Hatcher The death of Mr Jno M Walker which occurred last Thursday was a great surprise and shock to the many friends and acquaintances of the family Mr Walker had been in good health until a few days prior to his death and was in town only a short time before being attacked by illness He leaves four sons and three one of his sons Mr Alex Walker being one of Lancasters most pro gressive business men The deceased was born in Garrard county fifty five years ago and spent all his life here He was married to Miss Julia Ross of Madiscn who survives him He was a member of the Baptist church and an active worker therein No citizen of Garrard ever stood higher in the esti motion of our people nor did the county ever have a more honorable upright man within her borders Ills loss will be keenly felt and not only by his family but by the general public Funeral services were conducted at the family home by Rev Ellis the remains being interred in the Lancaster Cemetery The Western Tobacco Growers Mr Jess Riddle of Franklin county Ky was a visitor on the Cincinati tobacco market last week Mr Riddle is the largest tobacco grower in Frank fin county and speaks very about conditions in the tobacco trade Conserning the new 1905 crop Mr Riddle states that a great deal of the tobacco in his section is house burned One grower a neighbor of his removed from his barn the crop of 20 acres and threw It away for thb cause He said that this man had to pay 2 a day for help to store it away originally in the barn and is inclined to believe that many landlords and tenants will realize small profits from tobacco this season Mr Riddle stated that Owen county has a better crop of tobacco this year than for five or six seasons past This he claims is due to the hilliness of Owen county In wet weather the bill crops are best and this years Owen county crop is a light colory one On tie lowlands and level lands on the contrary the crop grown is darkand heavy Western Tobacco Journal Indictments lawyers and everyone eardrum Will NepSinithi Is productionwill i predict new dishes Walker daughters C S Tobacco says intelligently ff 0 i 1 r C cry ver growers 12 household aw abiding p 2 Week of Prayer The Evangelical Alliance has again sent out a call to all Christian people to join in a week of prayer in the in terest of Gods Kingdom January 14 1106 Tire call was sent out in many languages signed by 43 representa fives in more than 30 different in all parts of the world The week of prayer has proven a great blessing to the Lancaster people The last two years has seen a marked growth in appreciation and Let the Christians see that this is the greatest and happiest of all The topics are Christ shall be magnified in my body whether it be life or death For to me to live is Christ and to die is gain Phil 1 20 21 Acts 21421 Heb 10 11 14 155 8 Monday Jan 8th Humiliation Prayer that this new year may see the far spreading power of God the Holy Spirit reviv ing the churches awakening the quickening tliespirtually dead saving the lost making the church ready for the Lords return Ps 100 Isa 12 Heb 1315 Dan 08 10 1723 5117Tuesday Jan Oth The Church Prayer and Praise for the One Body of which Christ is the head Eph 110 4 313 John 171121 Col 117 19 312 17 Wednesday 10th Nations and their Rulers I Tim 21 4 1 Kings 3 Jer 520 29 II Sam 21 5 Rom 13 1 8 Thursday Jan 11 Foreign Missions Ps 2 578 11 Acts 1031 48 Rom 16 7 Friday Jan 12th Elucational Work Deut C4 3112 13 Gen 18 17 19 Matt 181 G Eph 61 4 Saturdhy Jan 13sli Home Missions Xeck 109 10 1420 21 Mai 31 G Rum 101 2 11 Acts 1513 IS 1722 Sunday Jan 14th Even So Come Lord Jesus Rev 2220 21 Dour forget that the banks will be j closed next county court day Pocketbook Found Ladys bag containing pocket book money and other articles Found in LancasterThanksgiving week Owner can have same by proving property and paying 70cts for this notice It Arthur Joseph Final Notice to TaxPayers I wish to give the taxpavers of Garrard county notice that thei r es for 1905 have since been and must be paid by November 30 the penalty goes oh all taxes her 1 1905 which will be charged Come and pay at once and save cost nd penalty W L Lawson S G C I countries attendance 1611 Thanksgiving- and slumbering Universal i10 t taxI Jan 9 lung i I r 2ii v Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Co II Mercantile I If ii 000000000 II 1 OOHSOYT Like Hot Cakes 1 They Must Get Out as To Our New Store THE Mercantile Co I I if I r J f e 6 ARE MOVING Joseph J 9 We will on 27 at one oclock r 3r sell at public sale to the highest bidder our entire stock of merchandise consisting of Dry Goods Notions Shoes and j FURNISHING GOODS also store fixtures We will offer the stock as a whole and also in lots which p ever plan brings the most we will accept as a sale We have about500000 Five thousand dollars worth of stock well clean and in good con dition This is a good opportunity for some one looking for a location We sell at once on account of other business demanding our time and often tion is the best opening in the state the business is not over done only three Dry Good Stores in the town We are in the Blue Grass section of the rich farms that produce Hemp Tobacco Wheat Corn Oats Rye Hay and fine stack of all kinds Our people always have the Cash to pay for their Goods i A good live merchant can sell f4000000 forty thousand dollars worth of Merchandise per annum The party buying the stock can get the store room I at a low price for one year or longer if they want i The store room is brick and practically new Forty five feet front by seventy deep two stores nice I stair way up from the inside store room is heated by furnace and I plenty light and the best location in town Terms of sale will be announced ion day of sale TIELogan DryGoods ft KENTUCKY I I I BUSINESS 1m W6dn6sday DOG assorted This t J i 1 I f OPPORTUNITY must state gad leading p LANCASTER IAA 11i11 dttlt t d i w F a s w y-AyT k i r t WANTEDCorn Hemp Seed Etc Would appreciate your orders for Millet Glover Timothy Hay Straw also for Chop Brand Chicken Feed Etc Jlallards Obelisk Flour All kinds of Field Seeds Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Tin Shop t We unite you to inquire for prices on zS 1 Tin Guttering 1 and all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing 5 low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited 12 1 Conn I E L Woods Prest V C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I I I I N W IJIy r y y I Roofing E Bro s I I II 11MYW MNAIr N a r itntllttltlntlt nrnrntntnttl 1- ttlttlttltllflltt1t11fl1t11tilllt itntt P 1 G arrrII1- 11JI111111111111111611111111111111111111111111111111111IUJIIIlI1111 u r s Statnit condition June 30 1905 ItKKOlKCES Loans and Discounts 73483 10 Overdrafts oT l M Due from balks 12213 47 ItankiiiK House nud Lot 1500 IX Mortgages 10M7 00 Cash 44IW 13 Furniture and Fixtures 1tl9 t IW BJ o- dLIABILITKS Capital Stock IrtOOO 00 5333 XI Individual Deposits 1 00 8 103fl1 60 Ilfl 1 X10 CAPITAL l6tooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JSBPUUOWS J B WOODS E WOODS WCFISH I DJPnCTORS i1I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance FALL MILLINERY II II no u o u H IIu U 14 iy My PALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I I need- lessI Yo u are cordially invited Im r y y y Is IF YOU WANT AN IOLD HICKORY Now is the time to get it We S on all kinds of Wagons Buggies Surries I PHAETONS ETC I TO our stock for Calf and see us S S ROMflN ELMORE z z z JllK ZflI JlJJlJt prices I B fifiIE BPO L IDDZS- Qooooo Co ooooe ooXo Jooooo oWAGONare offering special bargains reduce winter tp 0 o CENTRAL RECORD Jtsiued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClan Mali Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association 100 par slid Lancaster Ry December 15 1905 Now that the farmers have things coming way with something over 80500000000 to their credit the next thing to do is get a shot gun and keep off the fellow with the scheme to make millions The farmers are now if they will only let investments alone Shoot the lost fellow who wants you to go into anything where you will lay down one and pick up three This never has and never will work out An Indiana girl has just won by husking corn her record being 100 bushels from sunup to sundown There are many pianopounders who should be husking corn instead ol grating on the nerves of unfortunate listeners and many more who would make a greater success by running the scales a washboard The hanging of a man in Minneso ta is said to have been illegal Well it is a little tough on the fellow but such a mistake would not occur ono in ten thousand times Let the good work proceed What we need is more hangings in fact an overprotection of hangings would not hurt The ministers are trying to devise a plan to get the men to attend church services We are afraid that the only plan would be to have catchy music and a chat on political matters as these are about all that interest the average man on Sunday Representative Mornll of has introduced a bill in Cot gress that seeks to control automo hides If the senator can succeed in devising a way to control the too oft unruly vehicles he has his fortune made The promoters of prize contests might well otTer a large sum for the locating of any man who read all of President Roosevelts message to the present Congress The kissing album in which are imprinted is one of the latest fads in England Here in Kentucky there are much better places to kisses An exchange remarks onhow much better it would be if the moths would eat up the family skeleton in the instead of the winter furs and It is said the Shah of Persia sleeps on the floor If he dont cease in drunk the old woman ought to make him sleep in the woodshed A Chicago stenographer has just come Into possession of a legacy of 81000000 Woe unto the man who attempts to dictate to her again One of our exchanges remarks that the eleventh commandment should read Thou shalt not graft The decalogue ought tu be revised Reports of football casualties will now give way to those of skaters who venture on thin ice I BEUNA VISTA The children of Will Scott are of chicken pox Miss Ora Poor has been quite ill with rheumatism Mrs Sarah Spoonamoore visited rela tives in Jessamine Sunday W P Ruble has rented the farm of A T Scott and will move this week Mr John Johnson and wife of Lit coin county have been visiting at Mrs SpoonamoresA the eye designated as pink prevalent here A have suffered from It The meeting at Mt Olivet will close this week Large crowds are listening to the soul inspiring of Rev Crates the stock sale of A T Scott last Tuesday every thing sold well Mr Scott and family moved to Bryants ville last week We regret to lose them News ot the death of John Ison Sr was received here last week For years Mr Ison was a resident of this section but for sometime had been near Brodhead He has a num of relatives here Mrs Ferrill mother of Mrs Logan Duncan of this place died in Indi ana week before last Mrs Ferrill well known here having lived in this county Friends extend sympathy to the bereaved loved one Mrs Duncan will return this week 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 Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklins Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for burns and injuries 25c at E EJMcRobertS drug gist lm s t apian oil Pennsylvania kisses Imprint closet underwear com- Ing victims eyeIs number probably sermons A t many liv- Ing cuts their alright wildcat O ye lands to Jehovah Make ye all a Joyful note Gladly serve Him and before Him Come with singing and rejoice Know the Is God He only flu hath made us His we ute We the Hock of His own pasture We the people of His care With your thanks His gates now enter In His courts His praise proclaim Unto Him 0 be ye thankful And forever bless His name For the Lord is good His mercy Is to everlasting sure And to endless generations Shall His faithfulness Kev Edward A Collier Y Ob server BLOOMLESS The Lesson of the It Be a Warning to Bloomless and Fruitless Lives It has served me right said tho rose bush as it lay in a heap of where it had been thrown of its long failure to put forth any roses It seems like a hard fate to one who has been as delicately nour ishcd as I to be cast aside where I must die without hope of even another opportunity And yet I cannot com plain For years my master has cared for me He gave me the best of atten tion He studied my nature my char acter my needs and what he saw would be good for me he gave and yet In all these years I gave him not one blossom for his thoughtfulness and care Several times I gave him to understand that I would reward him when I put forth the tiniest pink bud anti I remember how he looked at it and said mere will be roses by the garden path this year But I always disappointed his expectation The but never came to the bloom And then I have been a disappointment to the great world that nourished mo I have sent my roots into the earth and have drawn freely from it I have spread forth my leaves and have reveled in tho luxury of sunbeams I have held up my arms to the clouds and have not wanted of the rains from heaven And yet I have given no expression of my gratitude for It all I have given to which has fanned me no fra prance to the clouds which gave mo abundance to drink of the wine of heaven no incenso to the luxuriant earth which has fed me no return ex cept the dead leaves of the autumn which the gardener burned and to the gardener himself I have nut given the poor satisfaction which he craved of a single smile I have been both un profitable and ungrateful It has served me right It is a hard fate to die without hope of another oppoitun ity but I cannot complain It is the fate of those who promise and never fulfill of those upon whom great blessings have been conferred and have mlslmproved them who have been endowed with fine talents yet have been a disappointment to God and man And I heard the pitiful confession I If your life has been wasted your deathbed confession may prove a blessing for in the hope that it a warning to men who are lives I shall publish It to the world And when again I passed by the rose bush was withered and dead but there seemed to be about it the peace of one who has more good by his death than by his life United Presbyterian I SWORD THRUSTS A true soul does not worry about an arena The joy of service is the secret of joy Rams Horn It inks more than curiosity to make a good neighbor Rams Horn I cannot sweep the darkness out but I can shine it out John Newton Opportunity sooner or later comes to all who work and wish Lord Stan leyHe need never despair who faces lifficulty under Divine direction Rams Horn You cannot find the blessing of the upper room on the first floor United PresbyterianTo gathers up the the whole loaf of opportunity Is finally given Z H In the Bible there is more that finds me than I have experienced in all other books put together Coleridge It is a goqd thing to strike when iae iron is hot but it is a better thing to make the iron hot by striking Cromwell Christians should resemble fireflies not glowworms their brightness draw ing eyes upward not downward Christina Rossetti A tender heart and a sympathetic voice are more to be desired in the chamber of sickness than precious Dintment United Presoyterian We do not observe that the souls victories are gained on trifles and that the great field days rest on and obscure skirmishes Robert F Horton The Scriptures The Scriptures are not a quarry where men may dig with unsanctified hands or blast away the strata with scholarly guesses He who assails the Word of God will grow morally weaker with every stroke of the pick but he upon whom this stone shall fall shall be ground to pieces It is an unfortunate quarry for the iconoclast United Pres byterian Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash had a bitterbattle with chronic stomach and liver trouble last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Elec trie Bitters 1 unhesitatingly rccom 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 RE Me Rorjets druggist at a bottle Try them t I r PSALM C now Lord InN RosebushLet because the- Ir as said accomplished fragments I but at 1 rubbish maybe Innumerable floe 7 i PKKAUHEilSVlLLK Corn is selling here for two dollars barrel D M Anderson Is talking of moving to Stanford Mr and Cummins have gone to house keeping- J M Cress was in Rockcastle county on business last week Mr Lesley Harker is visiting his sister Mrs J II Thompson- Mr J F Pettus of Springfield is his mother for a few days Miss Fannie Thompson is visiting Mrs Dr Brown at Stanford for a few days Mr Clinton Barbbins of Tennessee is visiting Rev Wm Hutchins for a few days J P Ballard sold 30 hogs to Dave Dudderar for 4 cts also 4 fat heifers to Geo Boon for 3 cts J T Holtzclaw attended the burial of his brotherinlaw Mr Will Bourne at Lancaster last week F F Cummines wife and daughter have been visiting inNicholasville and Lexington for a few days Mrs R F Jorden of Burnside has Mr John Carpenter and sons of Oklahoma have been visiting his Bro Sam Carpenter for some time Mrs D B Edminston and daughter who have been visiting here have turned to their home in Louisville Rev M F lull pastor of the church at Richmond was visiting his aunt Ragan first of the weekWm Coldiron has bought the Walter Scott house and lot for two hundred dollars and will move to it at once Mr Scott having moved to the farm he bought on Ceder Creek Rev Mr Warren of EldpasoTex will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday lie and son will be hers for some time and we would be glad to have them locate in our community I BUCKEYE George Ray was in Isicholasville Sunday Mr Hiram Ray made a trip to Louis vIne last week Mss Laura Davis was the charming guest of Locker Alex Walker bought of L B Ray 75 barrels of corn at 82 per bbl Mr Hamilton Broaddus has from as extended trip abroad Miss Jennie Totten of Lancaster is the guest of her sister Mrs Mike Ray Dr R Smith wife and baby have re turned from a pleasant visit to rela elves in Somerset Mr Ben Marsee and sister Miss of Lancaster were visiting Miss Jennie Carter Sunday Misses Willie and Bessie Pierce of Hyattsville were visiting their sister Mrs Oscar Ray Saturday and Sunday Mr Steve Hill and handsome bride attended preaching here Sunday and were guests of his uncle Mr Thomps Hill and family Misses Pearl and Jewel Sanders of Stone accompanied by Messrs Tom Hicks and Henry Montgomery were visitors of Miss Ina Gulley Sunday Death has again entered our midst and claimed for its reward Mr John Walker lie was a true Christian gen tleman and beloved by all who knew him After funeral services conduct ed by Rev C S Ellis the remains were the bereaved McCREARY Several fat shoats were sold here this week at 3Jc Bro Tinder delivered an excellent sermon at this place Sunaay after noon Miss Lee Prewltt of Kirks ville was visiting Mrs Royce and Mrs Bradsbaw this week Mr Logan Hamm and wife have re turned to their home after a protract ed visit to parents here Miss Arkie Hunter and Mr A D Bradshaw made a flying visit Jessa mine friends and relatives Sunday Several from here attended at Buckeye Sunday The day be ing lovely a large crowd was in attend ance Mr and Mrs Roy Beazley are receiv ing congratulations upon the arrival of a girl baby also Mr and Mrs Hamm are rejoicing over their first girl Mrs Myrtle Ramsey who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Hamm has returned to her home at Burnside accompanied her sister Miss DIcIe James Miller sold a load of corn to Thomas Worrell at 175 Wm Manning has gone to Whitley county to look out a location James Cloyd went to Mote Madison county last week on business W H Furr bought a calf and hemp break from Wm Harris for 10 Rev Baird has been called as pastor of Good Hope church for the ensuing year Mrs Wm Manning and baby are spending a few days with Mrs Nan Mrs lea Lawson Ben Ballard has moved to his new home and Sam wit cox moved into the house vacated per MrW visit- Ing daughterWalter rev Methodist Mrs G G Miss Sallie returned Annie cemeteryWe preach- Ing A C oingsslster r tY 1 j t FLAT WOOD Creek bare DirBallrid T 0 e I Palilts Ia 2 u I Window Glass I ALL SIZES SINGLE and I I Strength II McRoberts Drug Store I 7fOp700ciG62xGLt OS and Putty T J Double Li 1 Portland and Black Diamond Cement II ILime and Window Glass o J r Stormes Drug day Paint Store I L I The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 81OOO 1 R DESNT Pr dldent S C DEXXY Cashier JOHN E STORMES Vice Prett J F Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS feaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Christmas Goods In Profusion We are now ready for the Holiday Shoppers with more than double the stock ever before shown in Danville in the richest and most exclusive designs of Cut Glass Silverware Gold I Filled and Solid Gold Goods Hand Painted China and hundreds of other novelties and works of art and merit The beauty and richness of our goods could not be better illustrated than by the repetition of a remark made by a distant lady customer yesterday I would come fifteen miles to see this store just for the pleasure of sec ing it Such expressions are heard every day and we thoroughly appreciate this spirit of good will and mani fested gratitude in our giving Central Kentucky the greatest store in the state Bear in mind that we engrave iuitiale or name free of charge upon every article we sell FREE Seven grand prizes are offerred free to those guessing nearest the number of seeds in the pumpkin on display in our window First prize H Gold watch hand engraved 15 Jewels Elgin movements Optical Department If your eyes bother you consult our optician No charges HUGH MURRAY JEWELER and OPTICIAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY 1 8 I493 2 o 4 o 2 4 t 1- O i- o co 0000 O o oa 10 j ll r1ff a i I 0 l I I i Jewelry Diamonns Watches I I IS tJ I t I I I IIII 6 c e a- p 4 4 0 0oOOOOOOO ooo 000000000 OOO ooo ooooo o o ooo Q Q l i y 1Q 0 rp 4 t 0 0 rs- r I 1 fl V I i t c Our prices I ftmOPiGafl o will interest you MOUNT on FENCE ci ELKINI- F R lp Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those iz Are Interested In lion Will J Price of Danville was here Wednesday Dr Marshal Denny of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday lion Reed S Nichols of Danville attended court Wednesday Miss Mary Mae Foreman has gone to Danville to visit friends for a few daysMr Sam Carpenter of Preachersville visited his cousin Mr F 0 Reid first of the week Stanford Journal Mrs Mildred Benley of Lancaster is visiting her children here Mesdames Mayfield and Stuart of Crab Orchard have oeen visiting Mrs Will Gaines Miss Maine Ballard of Bryantsville has been the attractive guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson A very handsome picture of Bert and William Einbry appeared in Sat urdays Louisville Times Ilarrodsburg Democrat Mr C E Ritikin is spending several days in Lancaster on legal business Mrs E II Smith and children of Memphis Tenn have arrived tospend the holidays with her parents Mr John Carpenter and four sons of Oklahoma have been guests of F 0 Reid and family first of the week Mr Jno M Logan whose headquar tcrs are in New York is expected home this week to spend a few days Miss Marguerite Kinnaird who is in the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music is expected home this week Dr Chas Zimmer now succeeding as a dentist at Zinesville Ohio is spend ing a few days with his parents in this cityBurgin cor Ilarrodsburg Democrat Mrs Fletcher Ison of Garrard county spent Sunday with Mr Alexander Curd and family Mr Frank Pumphrey one of the best job workmen and swiftest positors in the state has been helping in The Record ollice this week Judge J C Hemphill attended a meeting of toe Beaver Creek Oil and Gas Co at ITustonville yesterday The company declared another divi dead Mr Ware McRoberts entertained a number of his young friends at a dance Tuesday evening The affair was in honor of Miss Alice Maddox Eminence Mr and Mrs D D Geiger attended the marriage of Mr Irskine Russell Garland of Huntington W Va and Miss Laura Clay Bennett of Rich mond which will take place today at I com-o 1 v 4 i off 1 high noon Mr Garland is a nephew of Mr Geiuer lion Jerry Sullivan of Richmond was here attending to some business in the circuit court Wednesday Mr Sullivan is one of the most popular gentlemen in Kentucky and is by a wide circle of friends Miss Catharine Finger who has so gracefully presided over the trimming department of Miss Bettie Broaddus Millinery parlor has returnel to her in Louisville Her kind and lovely disposition won many friends for her here who regret very much to see her goMr Robt Fox of Marksbury gave a most delightful diuner a few days ago in honor of lIon C C Fox Messrs R P McGoodwin Ned Wise man and Bowen Fox of Danville substantial and delicacy of the sea son was served in that elegant style nis mother knows so well how to pre pare Mr Fox is one of the most pop ular young men in the county and very deservedly so Miss Bessie 0 Marksbury and Dr James Staughton of Covingten were married at the home of tho brides brother In law Louis Landram in this city yesterday evening at 830 oclock Rev C S Ellis pastor of the Baptist church performing the cere mony The young couple were to have peen married early in the fall but the illness of her father prevented Ow ing to the serious condition of Mr Marksbury the wedding was a very quiet one only the immediate family being present The bride isthe young est daughter of Mr and Mrs H A B Marksbury and the groom a physician of Covington They will remain at the home of her par ents until a change in the condition of her father when they will go to keep ing house at his home at No 833 Scott st Covington Miss Carrie Hatcher who bas been connected with The Record office for a number of years has decided to ac company her sister Miss Susie to At lanta where they will make their home with their sister Mrs W C West moreland and they will leave Christ mas week for that city Miss Carrie accepted a position in The Record ollice when quite a little girl and we have never known a brighter student or more faithful employee She soon mastered the complicated art of type and it was not long before she could manage any department of the ollice She is well up in and also looked after our books as satisfactorily as could be done by one of many years experience Her cheerful disposition and happy smile have brought many a ray of sunshine to our dingy office and she will be sadly missed by everyone from editor to devil These young ladies enjoy the respect and love of the Lancaster people and take with them every wish for happiness and success in their new home The editor of The Record is very hankful to the editors Kentucky for their kind words regarding our recent illness and return to work and were it not for the fear that some one may beloved shorthand Every practicing setting Line of Useful Christmas PresentsC- OAL VASES Brass Fire Sets rv II I J I Larger IIIWroL I Sets III Berlin I I Rochester Ware I Chafing and Serving I Dishes I II HASELDEN ROBINSoN IIIIV J i t hiuk us egotistical would reproduce the articles our bighearted brother editors have said We point with pardonable pride to the following written by two of the most lovable men the Lord ever put upon this old Moore and Jim Allen Earlington Bee The press of Ken tucky is rejoicing heartily over the return of popular Louis Landram of Lancaster former president of the Kentucky Press Association to his home and his work after having been seriously ill and under surgical in a hospital at Atlant Ga If friends wishes could avail Louis Lan dram would be made whole and live an hundred years Cyhthiana Democrat Editor Louis Landram is back at his post on Lan caster Record after enforced absence of several months occasioned by a bad leg With his hundreds of friends The Democrat joins in congratulations on his return to his work Louis is a de ligntful fellow and everybody is his friendRichmond Climax Mrs D M of Lancaster has been the guest of Colonel and Mrs J W Caperton at their beautiful suburban home Blair Park FARM ITEMS A Robertson county woman raised seventythree well developed squashes on one vine In Kenton county farmers may be required to look after the roads as it is proposed that the county be divided in to sections and each one to be in charge of a resident James C Ellis as agent or the tobacco trust brought in Bourbon 30000 pounds of tobacco at eight cents straight 30000 pounds at nine cents and 20000 pounds at 10 1 2 cts Among the sales reported at Paris Court were 35 yearling steers at 3 cts a car of hogs at 4 50 80 fat hogs at 4 75 a few meat hogs at 1000 bushes of wheat below commercial grade at 69 cents 50 fat hogs at 440 2 premium Shorthorn steers 1500 Ibs at 475 10 feeders 1025 Ibs at 350 31 steers 1200 Ibs at 3C5 18 steers 1500 Ibs at 450 N D Mayers near Carlisle ha a volunteer tomato vine togrow near his stable that measured over 17 feet in height and bore over three hundred tomatoes The only cultivation it was given was done by throwing fresh dirt over the roots and pruning It grew up the side of the stable and on to the roofAt the Woodard sale of thorough breds at Lexington 67 head were sold About one third of them sold for over 100 while many sold for less than half that amount Jas F inn had one in the sale a chestnutcolt by Mesmerist and it sold for 280 J Asa Bush sold a brown filly by Sorcerer for 300 aud three others at prices ranging from 50 to 70 Winchester Democrat SK Hodgkin weighed up and shipped to New York the following cattle Bought of D B lauiton 24 1475 lbw corn fed steers at 412 cts of S Hodgkin 32 vt 1 440 Ibs at cts of H L Stevens 45 wt 1400 Ibs at 4 cts He also hought of different parties 110 170 hogs at 4 to 4 14 cts Mr Hodgkin has shipped twentyfour car loads of cattle and hogs from Winches ter in the past few weeks A small is President of the Juvenile Sons of Rest has figured out how much travel is necessary to grow forty acress of corn Hesays a travels ninety miles in cutting the stalks ninety miles in harrowing ninety miles each for lister and drill 270 miles for cultivating 45 miles for husking or 720 miles not countjng the trips to and from the field John B Kennedy of Bourbon county sold to Simon Donnell of Pittsburg Pa fifty premium Shorthorn steers average weight 1750 Ibs at six cents per pound The two largest were weighed separately and weighed 1950 and 2000 Ibs respectively They were shown at the Pittsburg e show and will be shipped to England Dr John E Gray had a hog slaughtered recently that was one of the fattest ever killed in the county It was a red Duroc Jersey and at four teen months old weighed 600 pounds For ninety days before it was killed it was perfectly blind being so fat that the flesh coxered up its eyes The hog was fed by George Lax who has a national reputation as a feeder From the hog was obtained 123 pounds of lard 175 pounds of sausage and the two hams weighed forty pounds each Bowling Green News Mr Evan Sulzer of our most upto date farmers has just improved one of the finest herds of angora goats ever seen in the county He procured them in Texas and for one he paid 400 This animal was sired by Dick the South African goat that cost 1050 Sutzers herd has reached the 309 mark and ere long he will have one of the best herds in the State This is the kind of enterprise needed among our News An alfafa pasture is probably the most sensible and cheapest preventive of hog cholera yet discovered for it furnishes the pigs just what they need to balance up their rations all through the There is nothing better trying than to see If it is not possible to secure a small field of alfalfa on every farm where the raising of hogs is made a business The importance of this is fact being realized by the farmers in several States and the crop when a proper soil is selected and the crop put in as it should be a large of suc cess is being met with Good Stove for SaleI at this earthPaul treatment county 5 cents 412 lbs boywho farmer farmersElizabethtown Measure office I Lackey fat one season worthwhile DO I A BATTLE FIGHT If Thou my Christ today Shouldst speak to me and say What battles hast thou fought for MeT Show me thy scars I fain would see Loves depth of victory If Thou shouldbt speak my Christ My Leader and my Kins And bid me lay my wounds In sight The scars borne just for Thee In fight What lovescars could I bring Do I a battle fight Do I a stainless shield Bear where I tread In sacred trust Trampling sins every birth to dust Along the battlefield George Klingle In Christian Work MANS OWN WAY It Has Led Away from God But Christs Sacrifice Brings Us Back Again All we like sheep have gone astray we have turned every one to his own way and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all Isaiah 530 The Bible shows that God loved and still loves men The natural condition of men is sad and awful Gone astray Gone away from God our rightful owner Wanderers in paths of error We are wrong Heed less thoughtless giddy ourselves wan dering Out of the way for the sake of being out of the way Nothing is made by it Inclined to backslide from God and altogether unable of ourselves to return to Him again Turned to his own way What a comment on mans independence and free thinking and free agency Mans own way is the way in which man pleases to go and it is going astray it is setting up for ourselves to be our own masters to do what we will and have what we will God has a plan of procedure to save us from this fatal course He laid on Christ the iniquity of us all and he carries the weight of those who accept Him He has become Saviour Redeem er of guilty propitiation for sin God chose Him Laying the on Him is Gods way of and there is no other Our sins are made to meet upon O spotless Lamb of God So holy gocd and pure On Thee our guilt is laid In Thee we are secure Teach us to cling to Thee And never go astray O keep us guard us all Till life shall pass away Then when on earthly scenes Ve close our dying eyes Give us with Thee a place A mansion in the skies THE WISH OF THE HEART Such Is the Truly Uttered Prayer Story of the Shepherd Boy and His Prayer A story is told of a little shepherd boy who was obliged to keep watch over the sheep and so could not go to church But in his heart there grew up a longing to pray to God as they were doing in church He had how ever never been taught any prayer and so kneeling down he began with closed eyes and folded hands saying the alphabet A B C D and so on to the end What are you doing my little man asked a gentleman passing by Please sir I was praying replied theboyBut why are you saying your let ters I Why said the little fellow I did not know any prayer only I felt I wanted God to take care of me and help me to take care of my sheep So I thought f I said all I knew he would put it together and spell all I wanted Bless your heart my little man He will When the heart speaks right the lips cant say wrong said the gen tleman The Christian SENTENCE SERMONS Attempt something be something Unattempted means unaccomplished- Evil must be conquered not merely defeatedMany a soul has been dimmed by the shadow of a dime God may forgive but He does not always take away the power of mem oryTo an active nature idleness is in tolerable but rest is pleasant to a man to industry He who would walk in his garden in the cool of the day must first have his garden to walk in The ark of bulrushes was for an in dividual the ark of gopher wood was family but the ark of the is for all Works without faith are like of flowers on a may add to Its beauty but they do not change its character A man of God Is one who does the will of God who lives on the high level of his profession who prays and keeps the receiver to his ear waiting for the answer Many a life is transformed under the power of religion as the windows of a dwelling are made to glow under the light of the setting sun They are luminous only as the light from above falls upon them United Presbyterian Two Debts By diligence and economy a man may get all his debts paid save two But let him strive as he may he will still owe more love and the world more serv than he can ever discharge To Hunters Ifyou would know of a country which abounds In turkeys duck quail and other small game with many a good chance at deer get copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins on It tells about hunting fishing in the Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent free on request by A Hilton General Passen Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo tf Old Papers For Sale I I menthe iniquity salvation Him I given fora covenant garlands statuethey ce d the Frisco and tin i squirrels get Attend The Great Removal Sale H T LOGANS 2500000 Worth of f Clothing Shoes 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 purchase H T LOGAN Our line of GOODSare exclusive and distinct We handle only the Newest and most Exclusive Designs Goods bought of us cannot Duplicated Elsewhere Our designs are new and our prices are right II III AT III II IIJ 1 Hats I I I I II I III Ij JI III rwww ill a I bei I ICI Ill ij I j wwwwer xozz Y iFR2S ES Q STORE Business and Bargains 3 pair best Black Hose for 25 cents at Wards 24 2t For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf Socks Gloves Ladies HoseIfeedles Pins 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 in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf For sale large Radiept Home stove In and will sel at a bargain F M Tinder tf New Cottage and necessary good Apply to Mrs Clara E Bettis Lancaster Ky We want you to come and inspect our line of Holiday goods whether you buy or not Frisbies Drug Store 12 1tf 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 J W Hill Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson t See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Do not wait to buy Christmas presents but go to Frisbies Drug Store at once and get them before what you want is gbne 12 Itf Frisbies Drug Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly of hardy roses sera niurns chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and In song tf Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson tf Notice Weare r For Sate improvements Strayed 317 your I heating i r 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 bringing me tne best five pounds of bright leaf Burley Tobacco by Satur day December 23rd on whch day the premium will be awarded by compe tent judges J AJones We have an unusually pretty line of Hand painted China 12 1tf Frfsbies Drug Store Office Rooms for Rent Rooms over our store Possession Jan 1 Splendid otllce rooms Mount The leading florist is represented Ed C Gaines flowers promptly furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 U A 2 Tread wheel good as newFor particular see W B Burton Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Our line of imported goods is the handsomest we have ever shown 12 1tt Frisbies Drug Store Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron also on all kind of rooting work 100 tf I am Watches jewelery c at cost If you bargains call on 1 Thompson Buy your present at Fris bies nd get the newest and things that the market af fords 12 1 tf Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two halls 2 porches has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place con tains acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas rilamiltoii China sale by Miss Dec 8 and 9 Friday and Saturday at Mr J M Logans store Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewler will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf 0 I Elkn tf by For Sale horse closingoutmystockof wantsome ristmas Dr lat Sallie Elkin J4 A farmer a roofing j It L Underwood pays highest cash prices for all kinds of produce Rooms to Rent suitable for light housekeeping Joseph Faulconer We have the largest assortment of fire works ever brought to Lancaster now ready at J A Beazleys on Dan ville st Beazley Bollou tf I have just gotten in my Xmasgoods 1 will have the nicest line of gon Mrs Pattie Englemen Lancas ter tf Dont forget the doll sale at the post office Friday and Saturday Biggest line of fire works ever brought to Lancaster now ready at J A Beazleys on Danville st Beazley tf Repair Shop I have opened a harness shop at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Dec 18t S B Jennings For Sale 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 This property must be seen to be appreciated For further particulars call on or address C T Jenkins tt Bryantsville K Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your oflice where I will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and where I can make miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car load Will for all kinds of feed Ring phone 140 815tf comeinFor Sale maresPerfectly Ball u youwant repairIng For Sale toR 1124 surprisinglycheap andhayCampbelland to 1 1rV t J 1 Ti Inventiontreat On de banks ob de Amazon faraway far away Vbar Dr Green cits August to Ah ticked dose in Brazil a Yankee ah longs to be dar still Flower is the only medicine I been successful in keeping feet of apparatus SKial condition and processes of digstion separation and ab for and by preventing AM or unnatural causes interrupt healthy and natural nd result in indigestion cat rrhal affections duct fermentation of unhealthy nervous dyspepsia headache and other such as colic jaundice etc i Flower is natures intended nlator Two sizes 25C 750 All druggists For by It R CTeRobertM BOURNE Lucy A Turner sold 5 shoats to Wm Duncan for SIC W M Burton bought a work mule of Allen Ray for SUO DAllen Hay bought of J II Ward 02 acres of land for K00 Noah Marsee sold 31 acres of land to Thomas Montgomery for 5633 Mrs John Turner of Lancaster vis Jt id Mrs Lucy Turner Monday Turner and sister visited Mrs Noah Marsee of Lancaster last week CMr James Ledger of Hyattsville visited his mother Mrs Turner Sun day Samuel Morford bought 13 hogs of Henry Montgomery at 450 per Airs Mien Ray and son Lotten her daughter Mrs Leonard Nave of Flatvvoods last week Wintield Tuttle sold to Bishop Ilibler Bros of Paris 45 cattle weight 1500 Ibs at 84 50 per hundred Brutus Clay sold to same parties 50 cattle 1400 lbs at same price Stanftd court There were about 500 cattle on the market yesterday a large number of them sold Some good yearlings went as high as but 2Jc to 3c were the ruling prices Good horses were high and there was a de mand for mules of all ages Journal Dont buy your Christmas goods wlthout consulting Tile Records ad vertising colums You will then find the best place to buythe lowest prices and get the most satisfactory results from your money MANSE Mr Will Roynlon is very sick at this writingThere will be preaching at Fair View church next Suuday Mrs Edward Harden las returned to her hcm3 in Birmingham Ala Mr Thomp Ramseys horse ran away with him and hurt him very much He is some better now Mr John Duty and Joe McCormack have sold to Mr Jesse Parks 100 bbls of corn at 1 80 per bbl Some one has been trying to destroy Capt John Dotys mail box He hopes Uncle Sam will take his part In Mad Chase Millious rush in mad chase after health from oneextremeof faddism to another when if they would only eat good 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 R E Mc Roberts drug store guaranteed 1m MAKKSBURY Jonah Marsee sold a lot of hogs to Clate Arnold at 425 per cwt Rev Robinson the popular pastor of Burgin preached at the Fork Sunday at 11 oclock Mrs Chas Burdelt is able to be out again after Several days illness with malarial fever Miss Forest Denton who has been the attractive visitor of Misees Sallie and Lee Herring has returned to her home in Paint Lick Mr Robt Fox gave a splendid dinner recently in honor of his guests Messrs Ned Wiseman R P McGoodwin B G Fox and the Ron C C Fox of Danville Mr Clyde E van der Maasten assis ted by Rev F M Tinder will address the Christian Endeavor Society at Pleasant Grove church on evening Dec 15 at 715 Every body cordially invited to attend Torture of a Preachar The story of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptistcburcb of HarpersvilleN Y will Interest yon He says Isuffered agonies because of a pesistent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in hed 1 tried manyremedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs aoJUffyWs which entirely cured my ahd saved me from consumption A grand cure for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At R E McRob erts druggist price 50c and 8100 guar anteed Trial btte free 1m UI free from alcoht stimulants that entire t lila as lS l s perfect causing of the roods constipation 1 st alA hundred vis- Ited ad 3 cough Flowers da 0 An has t e I S intestinal F Jill S 5 regular Friday- S fARM GARDEN FOXTAIL MILLET Several Varieties of the Plant Are Being Grown in Large in Form Under the name of Japanese millets several kinds of foxtail millet are grown in this country Most of these millets are large in form and yield heavily in seed and forage un der favorable conditions but do not withstand drouth well and when a dry spell comes they yield to it quick er than do most of our common mil letsThere have also been introduced AmericaArc being KOREAN FOXTAIL MILLET from Korea millets known as foxtail which differ considerably from the millets grown in this country and also from the Japanese says Farmers Re view illustrate the Korean This millet has done well on the grounds of the agricultural department In Washington but as yet little has been done with them in the country as a whole TO ESCAPE INSECTS notation ot Crops Effects Much Good in Ridding Farm of Destruc tive On a farm of good size the best to keep the destructive insects down Is to rotate crops I find that in that way I can generally escape the worst of the insect pests says a Michigan farmer in the Farmers Review Where the same crop is planted on the same field year after year the insects have a chance to establish themselves in colonies In the case of the plant lice on corn roots there is little danger the first year because the ants are the real mischiefmakers If the field has been in oats the previous year we may to find no ants there for lice do not feed on the roots of the oat plant Not till corn has been on the same land for several years will the ant become serious and without the ant invasion we have nothing to fear from the lice The Hessian fly is quite easily stamp ed out by taking away his food supply for one year but we must do that by depriving this insect of all of his in rye and Not only must we put the land Into something else than those crops but we must be careful that in the field planted to corn or potatoes no volunteer wheat rye or is per mitted to grow HANDY GARDEN MARKER Convenient Implement for Marking Off Simple Manufacture A handy implement for marking oft the ground is shown in the cut says the Farm and Home It is simple in I I Ve millet experimentation wa expect mainstays feedingwheat barley barle DescribedVery Lifer invasion DEVICE FOR MARKING TIlE GARDEN comstruction and can be made of 1x3 inch pieces for runners and crosspieces The tongue is made from a long rake handle Being light the implement does not sink into the prepared ground I have used one for three years with satisfaction It is very convenient in marking off for melons squashes onions and in fact any small plat of ground where straight rows are needed Cultivate Orchard Land Cultivate the ground around newly planted fruit trees at regular inter vals say once every two weeks The only usual exception to this is in the case of bearing cherry or perhaps pear trees These when fullgrown sometimes do fairly well In sod after a few years of preliminary cultivation Farm Journal Two Birds Help while youre under there I wish youd just look and see if the jlgamarig is broken N Y Sun Explained Johnny Pa what Is intuition motner of I tpldyn to VictimWow ChauffeurHey a Appropriate y did you send an anchor for fO I uncles funeral A emblem of will ltadnt been read yet LJrt l PaThe l t an hopethe r PLANKER ON LAND HomoMado Implement Which Will Aid in Holding the Moisture in the Soil Since so much of the forests of Michigan have been removed the ground even after a heavy rain dries out very rapidly For this reason it is more necessary to treat all land which we In such a manner as to pre serve moisture than was the case 25 or 30 years ago writes a Michigan to the Ohio farmer Many farm ers for example in plowing for corn will leave the ground until the whole Held is plowed before disturbing the surface This is a mistake as the ground as by the plow is very apt to become so dried out as to require a great deal of labor to properly pulver ize for planting and in many places where there is clay it will be lumpy The better way is to go over what is plowed each day with a harrow or some implement that will break down and level off the surface so that the moisture which is always present in fresh turned soil cannot escape so readilySeveral years ago I made a planker which I always keep in the field when plowing for corn or any other crop and with this implement go over the land that is plowed each day The im plement levels the surface and leaves it in such condition that the moisture cannot escape thus it does not re quire so much time to finely pulverize and fit the soil for a crop with the harrow afterward My planker is made of three two eight inch planks seven feet long The front edges of the plank turn upward like sleigh runners and are placed about ten inches apart They are held In place by a couple of two by four pieces boiled across the ends An old mowing machine seat is fastened to the center plank to ride on A short chain is fastened to the centerof the front plank by which to attach the whilfletres It takes but a moment to change the team from the plow to the planker 1 tat found this tool to bo one of tha most useful implements on the ram and something almost any farmer can easily make Several years ago I also made an at taclimcnt to use on my two horse corn cultivator for tIle ot conserving moisture which does very satisfactory work This attachment levels the surface and leaves it covered jvitli a fine dust mulch which prevents Hie escape of moisture and all the weeds are smothered at the same time THE FARMERS GARDEN I Is Generally a Case of Starving Where There Might Be Plenty on the Table Last summer when we reyeljng in berries and a number of kinds of vegetables a number of children from a farm home several miles distant called to spend the day with our children At dinner we had peas radishes lettuce and strawberries among other things ami the timid way in which our pte tile vegetables and fruit attracted attention because they were not at all timid about the other food offered then inquiry revealed the fet that home everything of the vegetable or nature was sold nor much was at best hut what there was had to go to the market vnile the family kept closely to such meat as was raised on the farm What a shame when it was possible to give these youngsters what they craved at the cost of so little monej and effort It seems as if the majority of farmers had given up the kitchen garden and if any vegetables are grown for the home table it is only be cause the women take a band in it American Tribune THE HORSETAIL POISONOUS Plant Which Will Prove Injurious to Horses If Fed Dry and in Con siderable Quantities Dont feed horsetail to horses as It is slowly poisonous We illustrate this plant and many of our readers will OWED plow farmer left b riding purpo t were I lilt 4 visitors TIlE HORSETAIL PLANT recognize It says the Farmers Review The other names by which this plant is known are coltstail foxtail plnetop vine grass meadow pine jointed rush snake grass It will generally be found growing in sandy or gravelly soil that is moist at some season of the year It is found in abundance in low moist meadows and in such cases is frequent ly incorporated in considerable quan titles with the hay As yet It Is not known that the green plant poisons horses but the dry plant certainly does when eaten In consid erable quantities Still Anothor Sysitm Automobilist recovering from In jury Isnt that a pretty stiff bill doctor Surgeon YOU dont suppose Pm go tug to let the repair mali do alt the getting rich out of this business do you Chicago Tribune The Voice of Sad Experience- A boy should be taught never to contradict said the disciplinarian- Yes answered Mr Meekton he will get the benefit of the training later years It will make married life such easier for him Washington l A lowing Boy Pep Yes my son 5 v Pay I Yea my son Is that the reason they screen aton of coal to hide the weight Yonkers Statesman Not Complimentary I thought we were friendly to We are replied the editor of thoBungtown Bazoo Well I spoke of him in my story aa thriving young lawyer and itsthieving In the paper Philadelphia Press things Married men never talk thatway Too Hard They dug up a big Hypcrdigelmua That lived countless ages ago But the name Is so fierce That we cant find a way To make this limerick rhyme Milwaukee Sentinel MATERIAL FOR A QUARREL H ITo reporterVhy a Saying and Thinking widowthat theopermittedI My Wife has a remarkable of curiosities Was she collecting when she you YesThats what I thought Topehq State Journal A Quandary Why did you decline to answer when you were asked if you had been arrested before asked the chauffeurs friend This was your first offense Of course Thats just the point I got my job with the swell that owns this benzine wagon on the strength of toy representations that I had been in jail eight times for violating the speed laws Washington Star Gave Her an Opening Im opposed to rings asserted young Slowboy Arent you Miss Prettigirl Well that depends replied the coy damsel Do you allude to the or the diamond variety An hour later he had the dimensions of the proper finger stowed away in his vest pocket Louisville CourierJour nal One Case Do you believe in divorces- In some cases Cite me a case where a divorce la excusableTheres the case of CUollie Mali stick But he isnt married He has told me that he was to his Post Suggestive of Old Times the razor hurting you any never know there was a razor on my face Barber Thats good reminds me more of the time when I used to try to shave with fathers old jacknife Milwaukee Sep tinel Another Failure Mrs Subbubs This new girl is worthless She cant cook and she wont do a thing I tell her Mr Subbubs Well she minds the baby most of the time doesnt she Mrs she does She certainly doesnt mind me at all Phil adelphia Press NGHT OUT loridaNew Cuba reached in comfort OUEEICRESCm ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Jannary fib 1906 Solid Pullman Train terre CINCINNATI 028 P M LEXINGTON Ilt40 P M DANVIliE 1240 A Dining and Observation Cars or Jack St Augustine via nooga and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Lena CIKCIKKATI 830 A X JVEXINOTON 1039 A X DANVILLE 119O A M vatlon and Dining Ca- St Augustine Shreveport and New Orleans viaChattanooga Birmingham Qweem Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan ville to New Orleans via Chattanooga and Birmingham also through Pullman Service to Jacksonville via Asheville and Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sale at reduced rate For Inlormatlon apply Ctas W ZeH D P A CfacfaaatL H C Ktaf C P T A Lexlsttoa Kf W A GAMUT W C fclRlMOI H collection married political 7 wedded artHouston BarberIs sirCustomerId CustomerIt absolutely SubbubsPerhaps Service M S Chat nY1l1e T Ginl 4TJ f I I nd paycoeciia Pullman Sleepers Xianr Ole VsrAuC i- j Simple Remedy For Catarrh Just Breathe Hyomei Four Time a Day and Be Cured If a few years ago someone had said vou can cure catarrh by breathing air charge with a healing balsam the idea would have been ridiculed and it remained for that ciniment investiga tor R T Booth to discover in Hyomei this method of cure Hyomei has performed almost cures of catarrh and is today recognized by leading members of the medical prof ession as the only adver Used remedy that can be relied upon to do just what it claims The complete outfit of Hyomei costs and con sists of an Inhaler a medicine droppr and a bottle of Flyomci Breathe Hyomei through i he inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and it will cure the worst case of catarrh It soothes and 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 by If II docs not cure you It E will return tin money you pay fur Ilunnci is the strongest evidence that can be nuVn d as tojiis faith in the remedy 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 Plivsicdns and Domestic Recipes always and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very be t Paint Wall Paper Etc Coinniifsluiirrs Sate of Laud GAIIKVKD Coons A C Hobiiisun Committee or Mrs Sallie Pity vs Mrs Sallie Willie Belle Greenlraf and W H DeftsByaction rendered at the November term 1105 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY DEC 25 1905 publicly before the court house door in the city of Lancaster Garrurd couuty Kentucky sell to the highest mid best bidder the following describ ed real property situated in Lancaster county Kentucky and was conveyed to by deed from 0 PHill and wife dated October 1888 and recorded in the Garrard county clerks ollice in deed book I page 440 and described as follows ad joining the extension of Lexington avenue in said town and de scribed as follows Said lot of land ex tends from the west side of said ave nue 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 lull to Donohue Said land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of ent surety for the purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commisioner 6 per cent Intel 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 the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner of Garrard Court- J B Paxton Atty for Plff Dec 8 1JOa Howes Toricoid LASSES SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and 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 relive your trouble ifits not incurable Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky miraculous 100 membrane catarrh II votiii This COOOCX OO II WHO fiLLS YOUR I I I I I s 2 XI I I 2 I IWSFISH Ky LH cur OWI Icy Mrl requiredto i Circuit I I I I TJ J a ltR hens PESCRIPTIUNSI- t 1 Prescriptions Mixed Fault Lick XOQ00000GOO i Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as First Aid to the ban proven an absolute of blood poisoning if applied immediately after Para caniph is a combination of rare cooling soothing balmy oils and and to remarkable relieving and healing is highly profession hospitals and by all public where a great many people are employed con opium morphine nor cocaine Hence it is a clean pure remedy which should be kept in every witch hazel arnica vaseline old salves or liniments because when applied it to the interior cells soothing the aches and pains nerves the muscles out the fever and Inflammation by inducing perspira lion It is the most external application that has been offered to the and the discoverer is to be for bestowing upon the a and ineritoriou product We learn front many sources that Paracamph is unequaled for the CUrt of Rheumatic am Inflammations The manufacturers gtia antee bottle to give satisfaction T chances are taken by trying P ifiph It is sold only in V j 00 b Ics by all goxl J iircct ti n receipt of i Lured The Para cS Louisville Ky a 3000 COI EStonnes Miss Sallie Tillet has an elaborate line of distinctive n HEADWEAR 8direct from the 1 Fashion Centers- A cordial invitation is extended to all to see the new styles M 1 SiLLIE D TILLET MKXX A- POSTEDThe to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever we will prosecute all offenders to the fullestextent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice AJ Tompson J II AndersonJWni Coldircn S C Rigsbv Jas R Henry P D H C Miller W S Ferguson WR Cook W L Lawson WA Wheeler Mrs Daniels Election Notice There will beau election held by the share holders of the National hank of Lancaster Kj at Its bank building January 9 IflOG fur the purpose of electing five directors for the ensu ing year Cashier Dee 4 1905 I Injuredwhich emergencies congratulated America l r 8 I i 8 3 0 calland o waning a Ri sby Mrs Gill S C re o th ta st o p bye ublic ony itt zOXe s DENS 5 NOTICEI GoughsandlGolds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious re sults from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Folays Kancy and Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when FoSeys Honey rind Tar will cure you quickly and- strengthen your lungs j Remember tbo name Foleys Honey and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that getFoleysyou no moro and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said Ho Had Consumption E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards poncunced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave roe so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs since that time Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY sale t v CC TK btormes- Smooth Finish so much desired Oy all men for their collars is dwell at this Laundry If you want evidencesend us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Election Notice There will be nn election held at the GUi zeus National Hunk on Tuesday January 9th 190 to select five directors to serve the ensn lug yti B F IIUDsov Cashier Dec 4 1905 FOLEYSHOllmfPY and TAR CURES I Consumption strengthens coughsthe Tarand I I For That 5 I I fI J H KINNAIRD General Insurance I FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Otllce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 LBWIS Y LEAYELL President JJ WALKEU Vie Prest ORGANIZED 883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL soooo SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier WO RiaNBYAsstCashr C D WALKKII Bookkeeper Business Solicited rrompt and Gareful Attention DIRwCTUKS Lewis Y J S JOHNSON B F Eudsoi J J Walker T M Arnold The Vital Center No Man Stronger than his Stomach Let Miona Strengthen your Digestive System J Leaven Sin The stomach is your vital center No man is stronger than his The average man measures his physical vitality by his heart his kid neys or his lungs Yet it is the that should first be considered when you cast Up the account of healthEvery organ of the body is sustained and nourisbad by food which is con vert 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 stomach stomach Most of the companies of my Agen cy have continotisly transacted business in Lancaster and Vicinity for over thirtyfive years without fear and with much favor with Mio naand is able to the fcol into nourishment all soon become well This explains many cures of heart liver or kidneys dis eases in the cases where is used It is 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 box of Miona for a few days and will soon see a great improvement in your health convert otherorgans na e v Mio jf