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THE CENTRAL RECORD SIXTEENTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1906 L i F Nfl 88 MORE HEAT LESS Coal Dirt Smoke Ashes Etc Let me warm your house with a FURNACE You can have every room warm for the same amount of coal you are useing in 1 or 2 grates See write or for pi ices Q R HftSEUEH Roofing Guttering and PLUMBING WmHerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I G CHRIS FARIS 1 p till A ijWJJIIa A 1 1 I I I i 16 1 phone me I I Ir I L I R I I i uG rria 1 n 4 Dentist I Office over Thompons store manvilla st rM g cmCINJATI l BootsShoes Rubbers Cost Best 5 E C BOC t6RKJs 1 Least I Salesman i1- Saoasu er aaaas aec Local Notes Dr J N Jolly will preach at the church Friday evening at oclock The U D C will meet at F Hudson next Monday the 8th at 230 oclock All members are required tt be present Business Change Guy L Davidson has purchased the stock of Currey Davidson and taker charge of the establishment He is fine young man and The Record prr diets a successful career for him Mi Davidson will cotinue to practice lay and Mr Currey tells us he will remal in Lancaster but has not yet decide what he will do The Garrard Hotel Company wish ing to get the lot in shape for building agreed to give the town all the rock on the premises provided the town would move them at once and have them crushed and placed upon the streets The council wisely accepted offer and a number of teams have been remov lug the stone As soon as a crusher can be obtained the work will proceed and the Public Square put in decent shape for which the people will sing a sung of praise Good Tobacco Show The tobacco show advertised in The Record by Mr Jas Jones the coil drew quite a number of people to his place of business Saturday There were many entries and some fine to oacco shown The judges were Messrs Jas liurnside Jas Clark Wm Smith and Albert Ware The prize a ton of coal was awarded to Mr Jasper Cox No second prize was offered but had there been it would have gone to Mr Jona Marsee The contest was for the best five pounds of bright leaf barley Enforcement Of Law Ed F M Tinder preached a most ex cellent discourse Sudnay on the enfor cement of law He will discuss the same all important question next Sunday Nothing is of more vital im portance to Lancaster just at this time Each citizen is responsible for the enforcement of the law for unless the people stand by officers in their efforts to keep the peace the officers no matter how diligent can succeed If you know a law is being violated it is your duty as a citizen to assist in bringing the guilty to justice Not that you are to don a uniform and do police duty act as a detective or spy but possibly you can assist in other wavs Ever think of it in that light 7 Mrs B s Good Idea I Methodist dealer At conclusion of installation of officers at the Masonic lodge Tuesday evening the members were guests of Master elect W 0 Rigney at a de ligbtful supper at Zimmers Property Sold J M Logan through Huges Swine iroad sold to R E McRoberts the lot n Danville street 4 acres It is location sutlable for building Sale of Good Horse Mr Geo D Robinson of Marsellus sold to Turner Lemon of Nevada Ky i three yearold Chester Dare stallion 525 The horse has been much idmired as are all this fainsly stock and has a brilliant future A double wedding took place at the I residence of Squire Am Buurne where Miss Aggie was married to Mr been Sutton and his sister Miss Aggie was married to Mr John T Hotzclaw of Preachersville Rev C S Ellis officiating Doing Nicely Cashier M Smith the Bank of Bryantsville was In Lancaster Tues day and left the quarterly statement of his bank which appears in this issue By his clever courteous man ner Mr Smith lies made many friends for the bank and It has had a good steady growth which speaks well for his management Mans Death The deepest sympathy of our goes out to our townsman Mr Jas A Beazley over the death of his brother Lige which occurred at his home in Stanford last week Mr Beazley was a young man and leaves a widow and child He was well known in Lancas ter and was well thbught of by all The deceased was an active member of the Methodist church and one of Lin coIns most prominent and popular young men Council Organizes The new City Council was duty or ganized Monday night In assuming his duties Mayor Ed Bishop took occassion to make some valuable as to how to obtain the best results which were heartily concurred in by the members The new board starts out smoothly and The Record believes will never get at loggerheads The following officers were appointed Attorney R L Davidson Clerk Louis Treasurer R T Embry Supt Water Works Jas A Beasley Chief of Police Sam D Rothwell Big Injun Assistant Police Mat Siler Lost small dog place near week for return H K Herndon I a- lice ass i I of ExcellentYoung people- suggestions Burnside fox terrier Left nIat Sc for doughter L my e last Reward Married at Hotel Gilcher Mr Henry C Arnold of Garrard and Miss Ida II Rojse of Madison were married in the parlors of the Gilcher at 1230 p m Dec 27 by Dr E II Pearce Mr Arnold is one of the most prominent and popular young business men of Garrard county and his bride one of the most attractive and accost dlished young ladles of Madison The couple were handsomely attended by Mr and Mrs Sanders of Garrard friends of the bride and groom and af ter an elegant luncheon at the Gilcher returned to the home of the groom in Garrard Garrard County Institution Thriving We call attention to statement of Peoples Bank of Paint Lick in this issue of the Record As our readers know this institution was established only few years ago and its growth has been very rapid Paint Lick is a town hemmed in by towns of much larger population and has only a small to draw from therefore the rap id rise of her bank is worthy of especial mention While at first it had only a small amount of cash to work upon yet the money was managed by officers who knew not only how to handle it but how to treat with the patrons The Record has spoken of the business enterprise of the city of Paint Lick as it is in Garrard county and is loyal to Lancaster We have always told our readers of Paint Licks prog we always rejoice in her suc cess As her bank is largely responsi ble for her success we must call espe sal attention to the healthy condition of this institution A Valuable Cent James J Hill president of the Great Northen Railroad gave a strik ing illustration of the narrow margin of profit in the railroad business while testifying before the Senate Commit tee on Interstate Commerce last May The railroads are not getting any such return as is supposed by some people said Mr Hill If you take the returns on the actual investment of the railroads in the country it is very low For the purpose of illustration To move a ton of freight 10 miles in a day and a team to get back would be a good days work for a farmers team and he would want 3 and think he was nut overpaid Now a difference of a copper sent inmoving a ton of freight 10 miles on the Great Northen Railway would matte 3600 000 in a year and on the Pennsylvania system about 13000000 Does any body think he can sit down and with a wave of his hand or that a court or VyJviriy jri thn nmclrt to fix a rate that is adjusted asfinely as that Is I I territory often ress and petent OLD QUARTERS The Joseph Mercantile Company Moves Into Beautiful New Rooms Well Fixed The Joseph Mercantile Co one of the oldest firms in town is now locat ed in its new quarters the Robinson store room recently occupied by Mr Postle The entire building although a compartively new one has been thoroughly overhauled etc and is one of the prettlst in Kentucky There is much more room the goods can be shown at a much bet ter advantage than in the old location The building is larger irA both stories will be used Each line of goods haf been largely added to and new goods are arriving every day Mr Joseph has been in business in Lancaster since a mere boy and fc known all over this section of for his honesty uprightness and gen eral usefulness as a citizens He con tributes liberally to every worthj cause and was jiever known to oppose and throw cold water on any move ment for the betterment of the town No man has ever lived a better life in Lancaster than has big hearted Jake Joseph and every man woman and child knows that whatever he says is just that way or he firmly believes that it is He never misrepresents goods or anything else and when you make a deal with him you are certain to be given value received The new location has a wash room waiting room and water closets for the free use of customers and a most cordial invitation is extended the pub tic to visit the new quarters especially the people from the country in town to spend the day Additional new clerks have been employed and with increased facilities more room and more goods The Record knows you will not regret a visit to this store Masonic Election At the annual election of officers Lancaster Lodge 101 Free and Mason chose the following W 0 Rigney W M J M Rothwell S W Henly V Bastin J W Jas A Beaxlev Secty Louis Landram Treas A T Anderson S T The deacons will be appointed at next meeting We have decided to continue the Mercantile business in Lancaster and will put in an up to date line Dry Goods notions carpets mattings fur fishing goods and shoes We resrJecit fully solicit the trade of the pe6pe of Lancaster fJarninl counties and we do our best to Merit your patronage Respectfully The Loga FIRMNEW Central the state accepted and wn Cot adjoining 1 MEMORIAL SERVICE Held by the Sunday School of The Christian Church to Late H A B Marksbury The late II A B Marksbury who was superintendent of the large Sunday School ot the Christian Church In this city for many years will live in the memory of the children and the good people of the communityonaccountof his good work among them the fruits of which will be a monument to his memory which is most beautiful and enduring than the chiselled marble On the Sunday following his death that school its teachers and members of the church held impressive memor ial services It was presided over by W I Williams presentsuperintendent of the school who red several scriptures terwhich an earn est prayer was offered by F M Tinder The committee on resolutions reported through its chairman B F Hudson vho made remarks that were deeply touching He was followed by W H Pope Mrs Emma Kauffman Eld J C Robinson and Miss Amanda Anderson all of whom extolled the character of the deceased It was agreed that the primary class should still be known as Mr Marksburys Class The service was tender and sympathetic a large crowd being in attendance Your committee on resolutions re lative to our departed friend and brother II A B Marksbury would submit the following Be it resolve first that as in the course of all life and that in accor dance with the laws of nature that all things material and earthly must pass away the time for the departure our brother has arived and that in his being called hence this Sunday school has sustained an irreparble loss The children for whom he cherished so much affection the youth whom he loved no less and those of more advanc ed years his companions and friends with whom he had sweet fellowship in the vineyard of his master have assem bled to do him honor as we mourn his loss Re it resolved that we extend our sincere condolence to the bereaved family and would say to them mourn not as those who are without hopefor there is a crown of righteousness for those who die in the Lord Be it resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the min utes of the Sunday School that they be published in the Central Record and a copy be presented to the family Signed B F Hudson J C Robinson W 0 Rigney Wm II Pope Mrs Emma Tinder I I respectfully AndersonCommittee appropriate Fancy Holiday We have a large line of Holiday Goods on hand Late Ms Stands Fancy and Oat Chairs TaMes Etc Prompt delivery any time desired Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley 4 Co JA Beazley Undertaker FURNITURE L t s Rees o oy r el rexJ f irterial anti Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets Burial Robes al 1 ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 ii i and To Our Friends In wishing our friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year we also beg to call your attention to our handsome New Store Postles rooms where we are elegantly fitted up and extend to you a most cordial invitation to call and see us We have the prettiest store in Kentucky and want you to come to see us New goods arrive daily Joseph Mercantile 7 r tiJilJ8rBblm JraJm ITJI iIm 1 t IitIe I Roomsthe m m Im y i K 1 t IIt z Hi i- r iilit1 t7r i1Ii ll r 1I lrlIi mIL 111 n t t i ft f i- J c fti jJ i 01 d r J io Ji fJ 1 l t 4 a 0 i3 o D D Q d do M F M Mh rVW f er a s 1 1i H 1IL I I sk eonpany r ztJ FF f t p1e5 a Y ay v F air- oo Ff s p w 1 ti F 212- tC WANTED Corn Hay Oats Wheat Hemp Would appreciate your orders for Millet Glover Timothy Hay Straw also for Chop Brand Chicken Feed Etc Bollards Obelisk flourAll kinds of Field Seeds Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Btatmt condition June 30 1905 I ta Na emlW I l11 I I RRAhJRCE r 1tf Y i4 eec attention flNWUWrJ Overdrafts Due Banking House and Lot Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures LIADILIT1 Capital Stock Individual Deposits Loans and Discounts 7348910 351 90 froUl baLks 12213 47 1500 00 10tR700 4492 13 GO 16000 00 M t26 fl03tia1 GO 100000- t03033 r33s 82300 SURPLUS 533334 M COY R t ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS CAPITAL 600000 I R G GUYN f W c DrP7WJORgt P1611 IF YOU WANT AN OLD HICKORY WAGONNow are offering special bargains on all kinds of Wagons Buggies Surries PHAETONS ETC To reduce our stock for winter Call and see us ROMANS ELMORE PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats Corn Barley and Linseed Meal properly balanced and ground For horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine Is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed I 3 j 3 j r s HS II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelityand casualty Insurance Jy I e e e I iI S s 0P1 4 I- y t 0I o oaCaoa ooo oooe oooao o d i e Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results SeedsFertilizers Grains A Q FEED4MANFj i lNCORVORareoG Opinions of its users given If interestedwrite for prices Onion Sets PotatoesPoultry Price List mailed to merchants who desire It C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsmiin LEXINGTON KY Lime and Window Glass T Stormes Drug Paint Store of i itFfj 4 1 2 y J Weekly I d Black Diamond Cemento an an ji ti fa 11- ei qr f a J CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky at Seeo Ka JfoHer Member of Kentucky Press and Lancaster Ky January 5 1906 The Kentucky State Press Associa tlon will meet in Frankfort Tuesday the 23rd and it it quite likely that in the state will be present as tbe newspaper men bave found that these midwinter meetings result in much It required much work to induce the editors to get to gather as in former years the meet into nothing but junkets eating lunches and fi inK up on beer at some brewery expecting a lot of Tbe boys have realized that such things do not pay grocers bills in the last three or tour years have worked to cut it out There is no business organization in the state conducted on bets r pies nor could a better collection ol men be gotten together However no class of men do more favors costing work material and hired labor and get absolutely no thanks therefor The Record joins with the entire pres of the state in congratulating lion Henry Lawrence upon election as Speaker of the House Mr is in every way qualified for the place While the editor of The was president of the State Press Association Mr Lawrence served as one of the executive committee and the close relations in ousiness matters pertaining to the newspaper business convinced us that Henry Lawrence was not only cometent and capable but willing to hold up his end of the log In any proposition The Elizabethtown News Harry Summers splendid paper bas blossom ed into a semi weekly The News is one of the best papers published and Harry Sommers as big hearted brainy and honorable a man Kentucky ever produced We wish him every success Another winter most gone and no girl has taken Jim Allen tbe bachelor editor of the Cynthiara Democrat upon whose manly back to warm her icy footsies these long cold nights Too bad too bad for if his back is as warm as his heart some winsome lassie is letting a good thing pass When you bring it right down to the cold facts many a man is more thank ful when Christmas is past than dur inK the Season of Rejoicing es pecially those who are called upon to furnish tbe many dollars squandered during the season of gift giving If you have trouble sticking on tbe exceedingly slippery water wagon why I shod as we farmers say The crop of New Years is reported to be up to tbe average The poor boozer comes in for many a hardship right now PAINT LICK Born to the wife of Mr Fred Hall- a boy Saufley Hughes of your city was here Monday Mr R N Beazley is in City this week Mrs Mattie Ely and daughter Katie spent Xmas in Paris Finley Davis of Burnside is at his fathers quiet sick with rheumatism spenXmasMrs Annie Adams has accepted a pos ition in WSFishe drug store for next yearMiss Mary Clark her Aunt Mrs E W Norris during the Holidays Rev McClellan of Lexington spent the Holidays with the family of Mr John Terry Miss Annie Francis of Lancaster is tbe guest of her parents Mr and Mrs James Francis Mr Hume Rucker of spent several days with his parents Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Miss Luella Arnold of Lancaster was the guests of her sister Mrs Bur dette Ramsey recently Mr Alferd Cham and little Miss Le na McClure of Mt Vernon were the guests of Mr Will Champ RevRR Noel ml daughter Mary and Gertrude of Danville are tbe guests of Mr and Mrs Jane Woods OMr 1 C Rucker had a family reunion Xmas having w tv him all his children and grandchildren- Mr John Parks is moving this week to Richmond Mo Earnest Woods will mo veto place vacated by Mr Parks lap Caldwell at Danville is with her p irents Mr and Mrs N C FitzpatrJc Mr and Mrs E W Norris and son Parks of Richmond and Adams ofLancaster visited Mrs Pattie Egleman during the Holidays The entertainment given by pupils of was quite treat to the people here Mr Young isaflne teacher and has a nice class of the young peo pie of this place tMt r to d ittl every lings drlrej free S Lawrence Record not have the seat of your pants vMt Lexington y Fitzpatrlc tend Miss Sallie Class Association quill driver please grin ro swear d1 the Miss Eloise who Is l Rev Youns rrit M7 ru r e1 ugh offs s 2 frem and is were to McOKEAHY Mr A D Bradshaw has returned a visit to mends at Hnstonville Mrs Virgie and wife are vis ting his sister Mrs Lara Bradshaw Saturday tMiss Lille Hefflry was tbe charming of Miss Arkie Hunter Saturday Sunday Quite a large crowd was present at a dining at Mr Alex Lay tons on last Tuesday The young people of this vicinity had a Storm Partyat Mr Ben Harris Sat urday night The old year has gone and a new one here may it bring prosperity and happiness to all Miss Ethel Sadler and Birtie Walker visiting Miss Emma and Bessie Layton Saturday Snnday The sale of George Saddler and T A Royse were not largely attended The day being disagreable low prices were paid Mrs Dave Sanders and and wife and beautiful little daughter Christine were tbe pleasant guests of the latters sister Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs T W Bradsbaw are reciving congratulations upon tbe of a nice little granddaughter who came to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs J R Curd Christened BEUNA VISTA Will King is vlsltlrig relatives in Madison Co Joe Skinner left Monday for Bowling Green Business College Miss Maddell King will return this week to Bellevew College JamesMundy and family ofHarrodf burg spent Saturday at W P The Misses Askins spent a few days recently with relations Tboa Ball has rented a place near Toddville and moved his family there Mrs Marshall Scott and children lire vsiting Mrs Sootts parents at Rich Miss Bertha Christopher is visiting relatives in Lexington and near Wil meta Miss Alice Scott is visiting her cousin Miss Margret Christopher a South Elkhorn Victor Ruble after spending tbe holidays withhis parents hasjeturned scool in Cincinnati Rev Wilburn who asked tor a leave of absence tor last Sunday will fill his pulpit at Mt Olivet Sunday Our sick list is as follows Miss Ora Poor not so well W P Ruble Miss Pearl Ruble better Miss MittieDunn closed her seventh term of school here the 23rd The regret to lose Miss Dunn as a tea cber but am glad to bave her service at Superintendent Cyrus Eason bought of Mr Sharp near Van Arsdolls Station a farm of 200 acres The houses and eiggt lots belonging to Mr Easo in Lancaster were taken in exchange Misses Addle Carter and Maud Sag Mrs Vergil Scott a part of last week Ben Clark has sold his farm to bert Bock and will move near Dan ville We regret to lose such citizens as Mr Clark Last Wednesday Wisley Lane and Miss Pauline Arnold drove to Burgin and were united in marriage by Rev Wilburn Mr Lane is the son of Mr Mrs G H Lane and a nephew of Mrs James Hamilton of Lancaster The bride is a daughter of Mr Roy Arnold and a popular young school teacher Xmas eve Mr Atwood Proctor Qf Mercer and Miss Hattie Smith were married at the brides home at Burgh Mr Proctor is a brother of Mrs Will Scott of this place and Miss Smith a niece of Mr Henry Smith near hei e Both are well known here and Garrard friends extend congratulations BUCKEYE Robert Witte was in Jessamine last week Mr Andy Bogie sold a good mule to Dick Burton for Robert Long bought a nice saddle mare of A C Mlles price 6500 Ramsey of Bee Lick is with friends and here Misses Helen and Agnes Mlles visiting near Bryantsville last week Miss was tbe guest last week of Sanders near ML Hebron Rufas Blakeman bought a nice lot of hogs of Perkins and Dickerson at 21 eto peril Miss Ethel Wheeler of Madison are visitors of Mr and Mrs Andy Bogle Mr George Hardick wife and call dren of Edent visited his parents Misses Jennie Rogle and Noro Long two popular young ladies of Madison were with friends and relatives here Mrs Walker Bradseaw entertained a few friends last Tuesday evening in honor of her friend Miss Boveeta Turner Delightful refreshments were served and all report a most enjoyable time The pUblic taught by Miss Rovesta Turner closed here last week She is one of our most successful teach ers and won friends here who regret to gee her leave Disappointment place your wed funeral with plat day or night Tel tf n t flo J Layton guest exceed- Ingly arrival Hattie May t near mood convalescent patrons erser of Jessamine Co were guests of A On 175 00 Mrs Sallie relatives relatives Ina Gully Mr Harve and here recently during the holidays school dingo r EdO Gaines d Rube Mts Lyod Avoid representing the leads n ephone100- s p i Ia were LF log at of s at ct I 8 PitEAOIIEUSVlLLE Mr Sam Carpenter has moved to his farm Mr John W Cnmmins of Loroan was at home Christmas- S L Hutches and wife spent with Mr Sol Rigsby and family Mrs B D Hatzclaw and family spent Christmas with her mother J L Pettus- J B Hutchins has been at Baileys Switch with kits parents for a few days Mr George Dyehouse lost a fine mare last week and Dishon Bro a fine mule Mrs Eliza Holtzclaw of Illlnolse is spending a few days with relatives hereMr Ira Holtzclaw who has been working in Springfild has returned F F Cummins and family bas been visiting Rev W T B White and family family Mrs H C Cummins has been suffer greatly with a felon on her thumb but is some better now We are sorry to lose Mr J C Fox and family from our community who bas moved to Lancaster Mr Henry Blankenshlp and wife wer visiting Mr Jack Kirly and friends Paint Lick Christmas J F Payne has moved to his farm in South Preachersville and Levy Sow der will occupy the house be vacates Mr Sephus Morgan and Miss Mary Thompson Mr Philip Thompson and Miss Ida Cummins were in Danville last week Mr J P Rogers bas bought of MrGeo King his farm for 140000 and will take possession at once Mr King and family will leave for Texas in a few days Mr John F Holtzclaw has taken to himself a beautiful bride in the of Miss Aggie Bourne of Garrard County Also Mr Hayden Leavell Lancasters most highly esteemed young men has claimed for his own Miss Carrie Thompson the beautiful and lovely daughter of Mr and Mrs J Thompson Congratulations to all the contracting parties BOURNE Mrs Sam Morford continues quite ill this writing Sam Rains sold a nice buggy horse to Bryan Ballard sor 0000 B bought of Ike Duncan 80 barrels of corn at 180 per bbl Ben and Annie Maraee of Lancaster were with relatives here last woek Mr and Mrs Lish Forbes of McCreary were visitors here Saturday and Sam Morford bought a nice bunch of hogs from different parties at 4 and 4 U G Ranes has accepted a position in Morford Dunns store for the year N C Marsee bought a tract of land containing thirty acres of U G for 100000 Duncan was visiting her couisn Miss Vallle Duncan near Mt Hebron a part of last week Mr Sam Duncan and wife bave G M Vanderpool and family Mr Van derpool laving moved near Lock No On last Wednesday Miss Bertha Turner and Mr Harvey Lee of Hyatts ville drove to Lancaster and were quietly married Rev F M Tinder officiating after the ceremony they turned to tbe home of the brides uncle Mr Joe C Turner where a bountiful supper was served We extend to them our best wishes for a long and journey through life NINA Messrs Shearers have moved to the house vacated by Lear Pmt D T Smith was here last week delivering pictures and making pic tures Charley Creach and Forest Ross left last Monday for Berea where they will attend college Mr Jack Simpson sold to Asbie Sebastian about 17 acres unimproved land at per acre Last week Mr Wm Cosey and Miss Lear daughter of Mr Jos Lear were married May happiness and proper ity he the s tbrought out a long life Mr Orover H Ross bas gone to Louis villa to attend State school of med goodboyfor him tbe success which he Richly deserves At the last stated meeting Freedom Baptist Church Brother A F Pike with others were before the body for selection Brother Pike having receiv ed the mofority the vote was made unanimous and ne there fore elected as Pastor to serve the ensuing yew On the 27th of December Madison LodgeNol83F and AM elected officers as to serve the ensuing year J W Moore WM Wheeler S W W T Tudor J W Moberly Set J ClonohanSD J T Thdmmas J D Wm Whlttack S T A black Crochet shawl edged wMh white silk Lost Lancaster and Pleasent Hill School House on Poor Lost Wednesday be fore Christmas to Record office and et reward I Bto KK i Jf oi Sunday homer visitIng person F Patton Sunday per lb ensuing Miss Loa moved into the house recently vacated by r prosperous r 26 hope was T CJ Me lIra CMorly Rain 16 follows E Jy Lost between 3t 1z4 s i d k- I t8 e j P K A S fc fc SI fr f Paints Oils and Putty Glass ALL SIZES SIKGLE and Double Strength McRoberts Drug Store The Amount and Permanence of pour income depends on your hold on your customers Your hold on your customers depends on their confidence in you Their confidence in you depends on their experience with tho company in which you insure them Protect yourself by giving them Good Policies J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any onecan call me Olllce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Tin Shopi 1 fc We invite you to inquire for prices on z l Tin Guttering and all kind of Repairing low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros LEWIS Y LEAVELL President JJ WALKKK Vise Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL som SURPLUS Jioaoo B F HUDSON Cashier w 0 RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold OOOOOooc OOCOOOOOOOO WindOW c c cc I I oo OOOO OO i FREE u ntmrnnrmnrnrn rrmnrmnrnrinnrnrmnrmr Roofing g E E JjiUU UU i J Ii I fVi rG- N li 1 I t litaO Z nr r w ir1 astonishing 4 r J11111 11 1 J1I111J11lIIIUIIUIIlIIlIl111J1116Nllllt WHO PILLS YOUR This branch of busi times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given to the art of Dispensing Plwstcans Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compound ed Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very best Paint Wall Paper Etc POSTED The undersigned Hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute offenders to the fallesfc extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice J H Rigsby JIG Pettw D M Anderson JLHutehlnSj Sweeney Morgan WmColdironi SC Rigsby Henrys MrsPDGill HG Miller Ferguson TrBRook WiAvWlweier M Danieta i Jte Mf w Mji I I specialattention I I t ISm laintLiCiKyj 0000000000 i our AJ TOMpsonr Jas W WL I X PRESCRIPT1ONS our X nasals stall Mixed all S Lawson h ij- r i y rt SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from tire 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 relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Stockholders MeetingT- here will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Bank of Bryantsville held at their bank lug house in Bryantsville on Thursday Jan uary 25 1900 at 3 SOXclock p m for the pu pose of electing officers J M SMITH CASIIIEB NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr PilL vs Sabra Holland c Deft All parties claims tbe estate of Elizabeth Halcomb deceased will present tbe same properly proven to the undersigned Master sioner of the Garrard Circuit Court on or before the 26 day of February 1906 TbE Janu th 1906 J M Rolhwell Master Comissioierjf V Garrard Circuit t l r JI I rye HO- t ta1VDMAgqV t CobrA i i Our prices on American will interest you MOUNT ELKIN III I El LI A FENCE Gossip About People N N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Mr Jas I Hamilton was in Frankfort TuesdayMr Shely was In Chicago a few days since Dr Chas Zimmer of Cincinnati was here this week Mrs J was visiting in Rich mond last week Mrs A H Riccof Louisvillis visiting her mother Mrs Marksbury Henry is spending a few days with relatives in Lexington Miss Jackson of Lexington has been the guest of Miss Bessie May Lear Miss Clara Cooper and sister of Stan ford visited Miss Angle Kinnaird Miss Stella McClary of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Ethel Vial terMr John Mount who has a position in the south was at home for several daysMiss Olivia Sweeney has returned from a visit to relatives in Adair CountyMiss Jennie Burnside of BryantE vllle has been the guest of Miss Lena RigneyMr F Elkin of Leixngton spent several of the holidays with Lancaster relativesMrs R Ilardin of Covington has been visiting Mrs Emma Grant and daughtersMiss Farris gave an elegant dinner in honor of Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford Harry Armon and Joe Miller of Cov ington spent Xmas week with his parents here Mrs Lula Bowman is spending days with her parents Mr and Mrs WG Anderson Misses Margaret and Joan Mount attended the dance in Stanford last Friday evening Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Angle Kinnaird during Xmas week Miss Bettie Walker Burnside has returned from a visit to Miss McWhort er of Crab Orchard Mrs Anna Doty and son James of Millersburg are the guests of Capt and Mrs Alex Doty Virgil Kinnaird entertained a num Messrs Will and Charley Collier of Middlesboro visted their parents in this city for several days Mr and Mrs George McRoberts of B Soper Miss Norlne jj I several f manners Covington were the guest of home folks during the holidays Anouncement is made of the birth of a boy baby to Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer in Middlesboro Aunt Minerva Beddow wants to thank the many friends who remem oereb her on her 100th Christmas Eld F M Tinder entertained his Sunday school class last Monday night and a pleasent evening is reported One of the most charming enter tainments of the season was given Miss Theo Hemphill the past week Miss Bessie Mae Lear entertained Miss Anna Jackson and Miss Bessie Yantis during the Christmas holidays Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford and Patsy Prewitt of Lexington been visiting Miss Margaret and Joan MountThe Record is gratified to announce an improvement in the condition of Mr Jno E Stormes who was very ill last week Miss Gusie and Robt Kennedy of Lexington were here daring the holi day with their sister Mrs Banks Hud son Mrs Alexander Kennedy Miss Gus sie Kennedy Robert and Dick Ken nedy of Lexington are with Mrs Banks Hudson Saturdays Louisville Times con tamed a fair likeness of Miss Mary Ar nold one of Lancasters most young ladies Miss Scott Petty has accepted a position with the Logan Dry Goods Co and will be glad to see all her old friends and customers It was College day at Mrs Lears Wednesday and a gala day it was Miss Lear entertained all her College friends to a sumptous Christmas dinnerMisses Susie and Carrie Hatcher left Tuesday for their new home with their sister in Atlanta They have the best wishes of a host of friends here in LancasterMrs A Elseuer and children and Miss Annie Miller returned to their home in Charleston W Va Thursday after spending the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs N Miller Mrs Louis Landram returned from Louisville Monday being much by her trip She had not been well fur sometime and the death of her father so unnerved her that she went to Louisville to be with her sister for several days She is very grateful for the letters and messages senther by friends among the Kentucky people Mr Bright Herring Swope were married at the residence of the bride on Lexington street last week The bride IF a very popular and attractive young woman and one of the best teachers in the county Mr Herring is a son of the late James Her ring and is a man who has the con fidence and esteem of all who know by Improved newspaper and Mrs Mollie have attractive Come and see our large line of Ranges aid Cooking Our Prices way down See our Electric Ranges and we will save you money HASELDEN iROBINSON BMBHBBJBMHHBBMBHHIMI Br r lIi II 111 are to J lft i I STOVES 6- a 1 j i Ld him He Is one of Garrards most s uc cessful farmeiS It would require more space than we have this week to give the write up the many parties and other entertain ments deserve Each were attended by the belles and beaux of the town county and adjoining cities and elegant suppers and lighter served It was a gala week for local society and the many happy occassions will be long remembered by those fortunate enough to have been there Among those who entertained attheir lovely homes were Misses Theo Hemphill Annie Herndon Edna Mason Bessie Mae Lear Rattle Lee Denny and many more we failed to hear of When a Saxton Dance the heart of every young girl and can dance leaps with joy and society looks forward to the occasion with great pleasure It means the bringing together of the belies and beaux of this immediate sec Lion of the state and spending of a most delightful evening The large store room just vacated by the Joseph Mercantile Co was secured and the floor recently put down furnished most exquisite place upon which to glide through the dreamy waltz or chase through the frolicsome two step The music by Saxton Trosts orchestra was superb and the many Lancaster friends of these two famous musicians applauded every number Many spec tators were there only to hear the music and the frequent encores proved how much they appreciated the sweet strains There were about fifty couples present and jolly old Sax was kept fiddling until time for him to catch the early morning train The marriage of Miss Fannie Doty and Mr J Bradford Jennings took place at the home of brides par ents in this city Wednesday m in the presence of close relatives The ceremony was said by Eld F M Tinder in his usual impressive manner Immediately thereafter Mr and Mrs Jennings took a carriage for Danville there boarding a Queen Crescent train for an extended trip through the East They will be gone for some days before returning to Lancaster at which time Mr Jennings will begin traveling through several states as salesman for The J M Logan Co commission merchants New York City The bride is the eldest daughter of County Clerk and Mrs Alex Doty She is a leader in Lancaster society and her many charming traits have won a legion of friends Since her pa rents moved to Lancaster she has fre quently entertained her friends at the hospitable home of her parents and she was beloved by all for her kindness ot heart and interest in the welfare of others Mr Jennings has been in the In Lancaster fora a number of years He Is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Clay Jennings and Is a gentleman regarded by all as a re markably good business man He is steady and reliable and enjoys the con fidence of the people No young couple ever began the voyage upon the matri monial sea with more good wishesand The Record joins in the hope and belief that their lives will be filled with joy and happiness Jesse DWearen Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel I Is announced ooywho all Fletcher p Old Llne possible refreshments atl30 mercantile business his Iraece Business Best House andXoof ing Paint Haselden Robinson tf Stoves of kinds Haselden Robinson tf Ruberold Roofing Haselaen Robinson tf Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf Rooms to Rent suitable for light housekeeping Joseph Faulcocer Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf Good cooking stove tot sale nearly new Apply to S D Both well tf I am Watches jewelery c at cost If you want some bargains call on I P Thompson Office Rooms for Rent Rooms over our store Possession Jan 1 Splendid office rooms Mount Elkin ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf A 2 horse Tread wheel good as newFor particular see W B Burton Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron roof ing also on all kind of rooting work lOGtf 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 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 3 17 J W Hill Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Repair Shop I have opened a harness shop at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am prepared to do the best work In repair ing or making harness I have had 14 years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Dec 1 8t Jennings One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Want A Gold Watch Free lke P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where 1 will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in 5 miles of this city Special to parties wanting car load Will any thing I have and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf Quick Orders for flowers phone Ed C Gaines at 100 Subject to your in spection Goods delivered within G hours tf Bells Flowers Go everywhere Promptly deli vred with telephone and express perpiid when ordered Ed C Gaines agt phone No 100 tf J and Bargains al closingoutmystockot U byEdFor Sale power S B For Sale fu corn RI Jots PRAYER The Week of Prayer will begin MONDAY NIGHT JAN 8 1906 and continue through the week Rev C S Ellis will conduct the first service in Christian Church at which time announcement will be made for the future services Monday Jan 8th Thanksgiving and Humiliation Prayer that this New Year may see the farspreading power of God the Holy Spirit reviving the churches the slumbering quickening the dead saving the lost making the Church ready for the Lords return Ps 100 Isa 12 Heb 1315 Dan 98 10 1723 Ps 5117 Tuesday Jan 9th The Church Universal Prayer and Praise for the One Body of which Christ is the head Eph 110 4312 John 17 11 21 Col 117 19 Wednesday Jan 10th Nations and their Rulers I Tim 21 4 I Kings 3 7 10 Jer 520 29 II Sam 2 1 5 Rom 13 1 8 11th Foreign Missions Ps2578 11 Acts 1034 48 Rom 1625 27 Jan 12th v Educational Work Dent 64 9 3112 l3 Gen 18 17 19 Eph 6lj 4 Saturday Jan 13th Home Missions eck 109 jlO 1420 Mai 31 6 Sunday Jan 14th Even iSo Come Lord Rev 22j20v21v roI 110 0 I I I IOOMMOOO OOOHI IVVEBK OP I I 1 I I 1 t 1 1 1 I I I 1 31217 I 1 1t 1 1 II 21 1I S 81722 iJ i j IiiI i I i iI S1f fc rc o 0 s r J awakening Spiritually Thursday t Friday Matt 1816 Bom101 211 Acts Jesus T 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 purchase H T LOGAN Our line oi GOODSare 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 s q I i AT I II II III II I lIt IJIII II ItI Iii II I J FEJSS I F- AQM I I I I I 131 i H i 1 I iLj HOZ2DAY 2ES CTG STORE has an elaborate line of distinctive p 1 HEADWEAR g JH direct from 6 Centers A cordial invitation is H extended to all to call and H f see the new styles 1 SiLLlE TILLET I So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M 4 N LAUNDRY SI W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky COSBTT VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Election Notice There will be an election held at the cut zen National Bank onTuesday January 9th to select five directors to serve the ensn Ingyerr BF HUDSON Cashier Dec 11905 Election Notice There will be held by the share holders of the National Bank of Lancaster Xj building January 9 1906 for the of electing five directors for the ensn BC DENNY Cashier m r- sI Millinery Miss Sallie Tillet m Fashion D C That Smooth Finish lag ee4e 4ee04 thee 0 ee evidence send loot an election at its bank purpose t wdc M ayy5 r w x x THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA LouisvilleHenderson StLouis Railway Henderson Route Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Ilomeseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January and February 1900 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 06 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 100G ASK US FOR RATES J H GALLAGHER Tray Pass Agt J IRWIN Gen Pass Agt The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1OOO i K B1IIY Pr licit JOHN STOiMBS Vice Prnt S Cl DBMHY Cashier JIlBobUMonAsBtCashr H T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS BjUBl I Cochran Alex B Denny A 0 BoblMOB JaaE W H Klaiudrd we k i 4 6 I j L z493 B l1t W4J f- c O000000 0OAOOO0 010 0 h L A Storm R i dA FOOLISH PLAN Ts a to eat I welcome my dinner hour Because indigestion with August is the result of indigestion biliousness loss of selfpoisoning anemia emaciation uric in various of the catarrhal inflammation of the in and numerous other ail ments that rob life of its pleasures if they do not finally rob you of Im in the bowels is a com mn expression of who look mis QWhat a foolish plan when nature could be aided by the use of Greens August Flower is natures own remedy constipation and all stomach Flower gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stools 3 fTwo sizes 250 750 All druggists For mile br K E rlloberiH ROOTS OF CANADA THISTLE Discussion by Experts as to Theory That They Have Hibernating Qualities The experiment stations have done practically nothing along the line of investigating the hibernating qualities of the root stalk of certain plants Therefore no one cares to assume the responsibility of clearly declaring that the root stalk possesses no hibernat ing quality On account of the of the root stalk of the Canada and the difficulty with which farm ers succeed in it from the soil it is generally admitted by that there isno evidence that Irout testinalcanal persistin I tenacity thistle authorities I L Flowed p I I k I ii i ROOT STALKS OF CANADA THISTLE will warrant a clearly defined denial of the supposition that the root stalks of the Canada thistle have hibernat In reference to this matter Lyster H of plant industry Washinjyton writes It is a wellknown fact that when conditions are unfavorable for growth the roofs and rootstalk of many plants remain practically dormant This is true of the Canada thistle as of many other plants propagated in a similar manner I do not think we could state however with certainty that one of the rootstalk or one set of roots loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via ODEEIftCIBCro ROUTE AND SOUTHERN Rv THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special In Service Jsnsarjr lib 1906 lEXUIQTOW 1140 P M Dining and Cars for Jack and St Augustine via Florida United LEXINGTON 1033 A M llsDO A M Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers Obser vlaChattanooga AUanta and Birmingham Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Dan to New Orleans via Chattanooga Blrmlnirham QUO Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist ticKcts now on sate at reduced rates For Information apply Chat W Zdl D P A Cincinnati B C Klc C P T A Laiajton Ky W JU C1BBETT V BIKEiBSOS- CoKiml Gen Fanr Attmt CIXG1KNATI C To Hunters Tf you would know of a country which abounds in turkeys duck quail squir rels and other small game with many chance at deer get copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins on the Frisco It tells about fishing in the Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent free on request by A Hilton General ger Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo tf lag fpalities JUreau portion Solid Leave 955PMM 1240 A M nooa and Solid TraIn Leave 830 A M n I vine and to Jacksonville via Asheville and Co trf good 1f 0 C r t S I I FiiiimanTraln Chat Dining Cars to lit NewOricS k k bunti gn- and Pass sh 4 f 9 remains dormant while others con tinue to grow It is sometimes thought that while roots and root stalks dormant they are weaker in vitality anti this is the best time to attack them with a view of exterminating the plants In general however this is an supposition When these underground parts are dormant they cair withstand cultivation antI other rough treatment that would kill them if they were more active and in a condition to send up roots at every opportunity Dr L II Pammel botanist Iowa ex periment station Ames considers that the life of the root stalk is limited He writes The length of time that the Canada fhisUe may retain its vitality under conditions mentioned has not been definitely determined I am of the opinion however that it cannot bo for a great length of time The cast of the hibernating condi lions of cockle fcurr is quite a thing The cockle burr seed 13 protected by a very hard coat which prevents the moisture irons getting the plant ihe root stall of the Canada thistle is fleshy and hence cannot protect itself from unfavorable renditions in the same way as the cockle burr However this is a worthy of investigation Pruf A M Ten Eyck agriculturist of the Kansas experiment station calling attention to the hibernating qualities of seeds in general goes say Wether portions of the Canada root stalk lie dormant in this way waiting for a favorable condition to grow I am unable to say Certain it is that the roots of the Canada thistle have a great deal of vitality and are able to start again and again even when the plants are cut almost as rapidly as the shoot appears at the surface of the ground Canada ths ties may be destroyed however by hoeing them frequently and keeping up the practice until the plants tail to start I think that the reason that they have not been fully killed in some cases is due to the fact that they am and allowed to grow sufficiently to revitalize the roots G W Churchill agriculturist ot the Now York experiment station at Gene va says I do not know of Any experimental data that would definite con ciusions regarding the propagation oi the Canada thistle What practical knowledge have however It seems to me would be adverse to the theory propounded We know that by keep hug the Canada thistle cut off so that no growtn is allowed for a season they are practically exterminated In the case of the cockle burr I questioned if the fact tInt some of the seeds grow one season and others do not but vegetate in succeed ing years is due to their being strut turally different I that it Is simply due to thin fact that part of the of the seed has been placed where coa ditions are favorable to growth and others in unfavorable conditions The same may be true with the Canada thistle except that it is propagated by root stalks as well as seeds I am sor ry that I cannot refer you to some definite experiment that would settle this question NAVY IN BAD COULD NOT WIN ADMIRAL RAE Chief Declares That Ex perienced SIucliinitR ivc in HXalreur of Utie Sams IffeuoWar Washington D C Verc the rout tiy su il iily iilunpol in war thr navy would find itself in no condition to wia battles says Har Charles line engineer intlitar of the United States navy in his nun al report lie calls aMcnlion to Jill critical condition of in the navy and points to tlm explo of the gunboat BenninsUm in ban Diego harbnr WhiCh lie says mrpt forcibly emphasises the nero sity of ecrions mel immediate Speaking of the ojjrritinns of the personnel bill which nerpfd ilie of engineers into tha line of ili navy lie saya a whole corp of sp ciahsta was virtually aboiisne1 anti th ir du ties transferred to the line Owing to the absence of specific instructions In the personnel b 1 com bined with powerful adverse iaflucncos within the department he ccninit for three year absolutely ncthinK was done by thin younger line ofilrers in acquiring engineering esperiene and later owing to the large number of ships kept in commission and ihe scarcity of officers but little in that was accomplished So few officers of line are ing up engineering seriously that ths situation is becoming alarming says the engineerinchitf and he adds As necessary as gcod marksrrrn is the ability o carry oir guns to the firing line an to Icerp them there amidst the havoc creat d ly modern ordnance and this will never bfc done wltli amateurs in charge of tile machinery That lino oflic rs can become good engineers has already proved but they must have experience to become so and that experience must lIe acquired in subordinate ps tlons No young officer out of the academy but a short not be given charge of the deck except under the supervision of a senior should be placed in charge of tha engineering department of a shp as has been done Engineering logialy belongs to the line and the line should bo made to perform that duty earn estly Admiral Rae submits a plan for quickly supplying th navy with a body of efficient engineers which that all the younger officers must be given engineering duty a d to made to realize their responsibility to be performed first in a subordinate capacity and examina tions to be strict with engineering ranking with seamanship gunnery and navigation Further the plan provides for a number of engineering specialists in the line whose at sea and en shore shall be enginsering such offl reaching the grade of commander are different into subject after onto thistle off stcglect d iicasionalhy wa cant we mentioned 1ii1k Engine Lacking tdmtr V son he hal time who officer provides the duty duty itl3l i c lie I SHAPES ngiutuii ring atteni ion t cor hip lwon duty ercers not to perform sea aft I i The battle rages terror Is the tte d Some ore must sink and perish Some one tisdoy must yieid The tesolute and wary AVhcso wearotsfcrwanl press In a moment Shudder In utter helplessness O Ee Thou siroflsr nijbrotJer This tiny forget thou not That glory lbverscvtr The Held with danger fraught Strong in God of battles For right take firm thy stand And Ee thou strong to conquer VUh courage O how grace B F 11 Sours in United Piesbyerlan THREE CQSD8 OF LOVE This of Things Manifests Itself Through the Heart and Soul and There are three kinds of love per haps rather I should say three instru on which love plays It may manifest itself through the heart through the soul or through the mind My love for you may be either rracti ill admiring or communing The love of the heart is practical it minister in common things The love of ths soul is admiration it loots upon a far ft glory and longs to be near it Tin ovc of the mind is communion it has touched a point of equality with its object it can listen and respond A mothers love for her child is that of he heart it is helpful A poets love for nature is that of the soul it is wondering aimiricg A friends love a friend is that of the mind it is intellectual sympathy communion 1 think our love for God plays succes sively each of these tunes begin with the heart we say Our Father e try to work for our Father By and by the vision of wonder breaks upon s the love of the soul we bow with admiration before the mysteries of the Diverse At last comes the glad morn ns the love of the mind we begin a know Gol to commune with Him o speak with Him fa e to face as a nan spesketli with his friend that is he manhood of our love George Ma Mieson in the Watchman HANDS TIED WITH LILIES Tow the Most Attractive and a Snare A young man lost his life on one of lakes in eastern Pennsylvania re cently in a very strange way He had aKeu several persons out on the lake o gather lilies In reaching tor the toners the nurse of the family who as one of the party upset the Loat cud all were precipitated into the wa er The young man was an expert ovianier and attempted to save the liirse and baby but became enmeshed iU the lilies and sank When hs body vaa recovered his hands were found ountl together by lily stems So even the charming lily the purest i liowers the emblem of virtue may heconie an instrument of death So says the New York Observer in com 011 this there are many in life in themselves as pura and attractive as the lily but iadnlgnl excess they entwine tuemseivea about the soul and drown it in wcrld liness Blessings are good but God may give so many of them that a soul might be destroyed by them As an abundance of lilies may tie the hands of a swimmer that he perish by them indeed the pleasures of life may bind the soul that it sink into perdi thou by them PUHGSKCIES Limitations lead to liberty Love calls no service degrading Deeds are the only dependable creedsFetters of silk may bind as fast as cottonBlindness banishes some of our best blessingsSins depends on our ity for it Many a problem comes a test of our prayers Christ cannot get in where charity cannot get out It is easier to analyze one anothers burdens than to bear them The steps are few from dalliance with sin to defiance of God It is better to seem green to men than not to bo fruitful to God The more of man gets into religion the more religion will get into men The mightiest force for good is faith in the goodness of the Almighty God does not ask about mans toward Him He wants his rela tionship Many a man who would make a first rate candle is making a grand fizzle as an arcJight The love of God is the only tIling that will make you love all kinds of people all the time It is no use praying for the of your grocer when he is sitting up nights thinking about your old bills As We Give A little fellow who had noticed that his mother put only five cents into the contribution box on Sunday said to the way home as she was finding fault with the sermon Why mamma what could you expect for a nickel There was sound philosophy in tile iriticism Campaign Humorous The political campaign III New York city has not been without its humorous features Al a Hearst meeting the oilier night one of the orators asked impres sively What Is tin cute thing that we of this great community are suffer ing most from at the present time He paused tumid there was a deep silence Bedbugs saul a man in the gallery and the speaker hurried to another topic At a McClellan meeting Comp troller Grout referred to the other two candidates for mayor William R Hearst and William M hilts as two promising Williams They are two counterfeit bills yelled a man In liie balcony We Know Better Now The old way of looting a bank with the aid of a jimmy a dark lantfirna powder and a fuse is clumsy ancf profitable altogether In the modern methodi V f 5 v fc fj f DE lllrgs 22 overall Ma the GreatEst ind for We Fragrant Things in Life May he ale linb pleasures into o BAS a attitude salvation heron little compai sol Jif jrj t m w TECTQC eats Become MORN sill n 1 2 Iii with a 3 c Pant AT Tin CIOSK OF December soth 1905 IIESOUKCKS Loans and Di couiis Ovtrflirtft sticure l OvurdraUsnn cured Due from National Hunks 19 Dui trout tanks ami Hankers 3 nankin House unit tot Furniture mid Fixtures TIAKIMTIKS Capitol Stock pnldIn In cash Surplus Fniiit Unllvilvil Deports suljeet to check 10J70 Certllletl IH li i779 amount of indeliteilness of any stockholder or Him lucliirtliiK in the liability of the linn the of the individual members tlioreof directly jr indirectly If lIch Indebtedness ex cent of stock rc wally j aid in mid actual amount of surplus of the bnk None Highest amount of Indebtedness of nny director or otlicer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent None toes amount of indebtedness of any in the liability of company or firm thu liability of ths individual member th icof exceed 0 per rent of paidup capita and actual No 150 UO Were nil xr nii losses Interest and tuxes de ducted tbetefrotu before deelatiiiK dlvl dendand tat not less than 10 per cent of the bank for the covered by the dividend cur to the surplns fund before dcnd viis declared Yes State of County of Garrard ss W O Kemper cattier of Peoples Hank of Paiat lick Ky a Hank dohic hnsine s in the town of Paint Lick in said county belli duly sworn says that tli s foreso Ing report Is in nut respects a truo stHtumeit of the of Hank at the clcifn of business on the fOth day of l f IWl to the best of his knowletse and find fur tur says that the business of stilt liuuk host been irsiiaotsd at the location namrd null not elsuxvhure and that the above report Is made In compliance with an oliclal notice received from the Secretary 80th day of Dec us the day on which such report shall be made G Kemper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me liy V G Kemper cashier on the Uth of Juno 190 V K Public Garrard Kentucky Commission expires Jault 1JCS W C Fish Director K L Arnold OUA11TEIILY IlEPOUT Bank Of Brvaotsville AT TIlE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Friday Dec 33 1905 Loans awl Discounts Overdraft secured Overdrafts unse tired Due fromTfatloiinl IJnnks Due frm State Hanks a Hnnlars Due frtimTru t Companie H eand Lot Other Krtil Kstute hirigtbcka and Houds Spettler Unrreucr t 111 S3 800 CO 1241 29 Exchange Other Items carried us Cash Furniture uud Fixtures Fund to pay Taxes Current Kxpcnses Lust literter Give description location value and how owned nil rest estate ex cept banking hotiseaiid lot if owned longer than five years None LIADILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash Kiiuil Undivided Irofit as follows viz to checkon which interest Is not paid Deposits subject to check on is paid depositdeposits on which interest Saving deposits which is paid Certified Iuu National Utinks Due State Hanks and Hankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers outstanding Hills Unpaid dividends Taxes und unpaid Capital Stock not SUriLKMKNTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder or firm including in ticof the or firm the liability of the individnr1 members thereof direeilj or Indirectly If etch in 2o j er cent of capital stock actu ary mId actual amount of surplus of the bank No How is indebtedness stated In above Item 1 Fecund Highest amount of Indebted ness of any director or ofil ocr If amount of such in debtedness exceeds lo of fepital stock of bank Xo How Is same secured 1 amount of indebtedness of any company or Ei m including or firm the liability of the Individ ual thereof ex eeedSo per cent of paid capital and actual surplus Xo If so state amount such indebtedness Xo Amount of lust dividend Were all expenses losses In forest taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not lean than 10 per cent of net of the Lank for the period covered by the divi carried to the fund lure dividend was declared No Total t2143 State of Kentucky Comity of Garrard siI J M Bank of a Hank located and doing business in the town of said county du ly worn says this foregoing report nil re spects It urns statement of the condition of the Hnnkat the close of business on the Hlth day of Dec etC to the best of his knowledge suit belief nut further says that of said tituS has been m the betthou named und not elsewhere nud that the above report Is made in compllauce with an oTcal received the Secretary of State designating the day of 19oo as the op such report shall be made J M Satins bn hler- Subscril ed unit worn to before me by J SI Smith the 2nd of Jan 1SWG Boil er Public lii anil for state and county aforesaid My as Notary Public expires meeting of the senate av if i1 1 V IlO O- JCtJ1D J a LL or Pg plBS Paint Lick Ky USI CSS 7Giha Ot 24 05S 79 tiS 11100 10 itiC7 tiOOO 00 to Ir its IOr ceel paniiiciipiteI tock ufiJmk the Amount of lust dliduuI c tint SI 6 Kcntuek ell f oi ltlte cles lIlttlll tbe hIlt W count OF TIlE lESOU1CES GI tH rI 70125 j 00 111 TotaL 3 1500000 J8 line ID047 5GI Time certlficlltclof Ion red Is uo percent DOe C01l1pall 1 1 S tlTlICushlcr of Jlr lntsUle tlnv DBI S-WOPEJ1t iuo IC C sits nt It Stub sit 22561 uuij U- rigage id1382 IX ecie itnuu- rrency oo- i 70it32 itt 6tCu a a a 5j- strIPrmCiENTtttY srott rOiI rled uu75 tit2 IC 459500 US Uhiats 47ttl 4 isi res S 2595 II 4 enoi sill ltryiutrsvlhh In main Imm cud AIm Nritir It C BECaER Dhrectori AteL 5 ci Camaiunication From R E McRoberts Offer to Refund Money if Hyomei Does Not Cure Catarrh To the Editor of theCentral Record i have been asked recently if the advertisement printed in your columns retarding Ilyomel were true when I offer to refUt d the money if this treat niati I does not cure catarrh I wish you would please print this letter in as conspicuous a place is possible in your saying absolutely agree to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyomei outfit if it does not cure catarrh Tills outfit consists of an inhaler of a convenient size to ba carried in the vest pocket so that tbe user can breathe Hyomei four or live times dally With this is included a dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The outlit sells for 1 00 and is a most economical treatment for the inhaler lasts a lifetime and there is enough Hyomci for several weeks use while extni bottles can be oUtasned for cents I trust this letter will settle any doubts that many have arisen as to have willingness to refund the money for a Hyomei outfit in case the is not perfectly satisfied I wish to say emphatically that has guarantee on llyomei holds goods and 1 will refund the money toany dissatis lied purchaser who states that he has used the treatment according to directions and not been helped Respectfully yours R E McRoberts pap r that we medicine purchaser simply y litI Yalevard Thats Freshman tryins him for the football team I think lees a halfback Urynmaure I wish hed come all thin way back Id like to be to him Philadelphia Press Aristocracy This I suppose said the visitor is the gun carried by your great grandfather in the revolution That was his gun replied Rich icy Kaild pompously but he didnt carry it His omit did that for him of course Philadelphia Press A Professional View Do you think these numerous and arrests will serve to put an end to graft No answered Mr Dustin Stax but theyll serve to scare off a lot of Incompetent anti unprofessional com petition Washington Star He Couldnt The police have arrested a man and his wife for holding up and robbing women in Golden Gate park Why do they suspect his wife They doubtless argue that the man could never find the victims pockets Houston Post A Laughing Matter Pop Yes my son What is a horse laugh Why a horse laugh my boy is one the nag gives when lies drawing a dis abled touring car back to town Yonkers Statesman Cause and Effect Miflcins Is your friend Hix well off Bifkins He was Mifkins Then he has lost his Bifkins No be got married last week Chicago Daily News Cautious Why does Bliggins insist on that shabby umbrella Hes afraid to get a new one for fear it would prevent somebody from him one on Christmas Washington Star AverageHe noise less automobile I suppose he offsets it with that e tremely loud automobile suit I sav him in yesterday Cleveland Plain Dealer When They Got Home She You know very well that I had very little to say He Yes I know you had very little to say The trouble is it took you so long to say it Yonkers Statesman Wanted to See Mia caught me lookin through the keyhole at sister an her beau Gee Did she lick you Naw But she made me give her the place Cleveland Leader The Air He Felt Knlckcrr Do you ever feel music in your feet Docker Yes but its mainly Green lands Icy Mountains N Y Sun Helped Herself she cry for help when he kissed her He No I believe she just helped herself Yonkers Statesman Popularity Is this what youd call a popular long Oh no Nobody is tired of It yet Cleveland Leader Whos Hit Mr Knocker Is he going out ottown Judge Quite So What a pretty woman Is she un marrled Oh yes three timca Cleveamd Leader Y v tk The re coming introduced Investigations fortune carry- Ing givin SheDId goIng irsy Mitts 9 5 7 c a- je eLi Conimisslojiers Sale of Land GABRAKD CJUCUIT COUKT Bright Etc Puffs vs Robert Bright Etc Dolts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the November Term 1005 of the Gurrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY JANUARY 1000 publicly before tic Court Hou e door in I list of Lancaster Garnirci County Kentucky hill to the liighesb and best bidder till following real property siimtted III Canard County Kentucky on the waters of Dix and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at figure 1 a stone in new corner to D W Dunns part of tiaclthence south JOt west passing I Dunns corner tu u stone at Citt p whole line 41 30 poles to a stake near a cedar marked as pointer thence south 80 west 28 3 poles to a white oak marked thence south lot east 4 poles to a stalce on the dull of Dix River thei ce south west 135 pules to a large te Cue banks of Dix River below 15 u ft id Ford thence down the same with its meanders north 8 i west 10 poles north G8 west polis west 28 poles nor h 51 wst 30 piles north Si west 35 poles north 83 west 20 poles to a stake on the west side of the road at Fishers Ford on Dix River thence north 50J wet 11 poles to a stake on said road thence north 12J west 10 pules to a stake thence 82 east 48J poles to a dear white oak an old corner thence north with the middle and meandering of same north 80 east 20 poles north 01 east Hi poles north 13J east 40 poles north 785 east 34 poles north 50 east10 poles north east U poles north 74 J east polls north 3 east 23 poles north CfU the retail corner to the part allotted toD W Dunn thence division line south42 east 02 poles to the beginning ran tainiiu 170 acres one rood and 17 Said land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a creditor six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and siilli cient surety for said purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Cummissionei G per cent interper annum from duty of sale untilpaid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if thebond is not paid and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of purchase monev J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Flardintf Attys for PlffThis January 3rd lOOt Commissioners Sale BOYLE CIKCUIT COUnT KY Robert Underwood c PUTs vs Thomas Underwood Deft INKQUITV By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of the Boyle Circuit Court rendered ut tile January thereof1000 in the cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Lancaster Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY JANUARY 22 100G at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county cuurt day upon a credit of six mouths the following described real estate to wit Lying and being in Lancaster Gar rard County Kentucky on the West side of street and is known on the plot of said city as Lot No 43 and it consists of all of Lot No 43 except forty four 44 feet and six 0 in cues sold and conveyed from the orlh side of said 43 by Worrell to Arnold It is same property sold and conveyed to James Underwood decd by James 1 and Judith on December 23 1808 now in the Garrard County Clerks otlice deed book No 15 page 0 This sale is made for of dividing the proceeds thereof among the James Underwood decd and of subjecting the one ninth interest therein of Thomas Underwood to the payment of a debt of Robert Underwood as administrator of James Underwood decd for 500 00 with interest thereon atG per cent per annum from Sept 30 1004 until paid and costs amounting to about 124 85 and which proceeds of said one ninth interest of said Thomas Underwood will be applied after applying the of a sale of said Underwoods one ninth interest in certain real estate to be sold in Boyle County by me as on January 15 100G to the payment of the balance of said debt For the purchase price tne purchaser with approved securities must execute bond bearing legal interestxfrom the day of sale until paid and having the force and offect of a judgment will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms REEDS HICriOLS Master Coinr Boyle Circuit Court Old Papers For Sale At This Office T 221 Ity de cri b- cd 50 dar Oil 2 lion It 5 middle liSt I 5 telpoe st at Tel III I iiuiding Lot Hamilton recorded thepurpose proceeds Commissioner Bidders B V 40100 unuttunit Se No AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia Consumption are quickly cured by Foleys Honey end Tar soothes and heals the inflamed air pas sages allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS EIO EY AND TAR- Is the only prominent cough medicine oa the market that docs not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind- and on this account issafcstfor children It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ig Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse substi tutes that cost you ths samo as the genuiue Do not take chances with some unknown preparation Consumption Threatened C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn 111 writes I was troubed with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar it cured me and I have not been since Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times u much QLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC TE Stornits GIVEN FREE The Cincinnati Enquirer has just issused a New Valuable up to date Wall Chart of three Sheets six pages New Map of Ohio the most beautiful ire located all Electric and Traction Railroads arc shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits of all the GovernorsOn pages of this Magnificent Chart are Maps of the United States with portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal zone with data to the great Canal now being built the United States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted A topographical Map of the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including he last Naval battle in the straits of of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth Rico in all nine distinct maps An index will locate any point desired and is so simple a child can understand it The Chart is new correct and up to date making it an invaluable educator for the Home School Library or CollegeThe price is 250 yet its Worth is many times greater The Enquirer Company is this chart Free to subscribers of the weekly Enquirer who remit one dollar for a years subscription or for a re newal of old subscription can reap a rich harvest soliciting orders for this grand offer Address ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio I Stubborn Coughs and Colds CaJRE taY FOLEYS HONEY rundown FOLEYS HEY TAR I i I troubled longThe bringinghis KoreaA PhilippineIslands MB American Slaves B E McRoberts Emancipatio Act that will free Thousands 0 R E McTXoberts Lancasters leading druggist is ready to restore freedom to many who have been in absolute slav eryNo one appreciates better than tbe victim of indigestion tbat he is an abject slave to his stomach and Mr It E McRoberts in guaranteeing that Mioian will strengthen tbe stomach so that you can eat what you want and when you want it removes all fear of furtherbondage The stomach is to the body what the foundation is to the house and when it Is weakened or diseased one organ after another is affected until i Ci tC iiL the heart lungs kidneys and liver will all be involved Indigestion causes nervousness sleeplessness head aches backaches dfstressafter eating furred tongue and general weakness and debility Mi ona is not a more temporary relief for indigestion but a positive remedy for all stomach troubles good digestion stimulating tbe secretions and restoring health Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Mi o na of the tablets sells for 50 cents but costs nothing unless itcuim promoting A i i large lxix t I 1 It