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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 12 1906 NUJlLB1l40 i AfI MORE ItlEAT LESS Coal Dirt Smoke Ashes Let me warm your house with a FURNACEI You can every room warm for the same amount of coal you are uselng in I or 2 grates See wrlteor phone me for pi Ices G R HASELDEN I Roofing G ltterino PLUMBING NW W Wm Herndon G B Ihvlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky L Office over Stormes drug store R L DAVIDSON IAttorney At Law I Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to i J Office over Thompons store Danville st s I CINCINNATI 1 BootsShoesRubbersCost I I Salesman E c BOP Itoeu aDaalala JCC A t t I 1 t I 1- Ii Etc e r have and busl-nessv S w rtr zr 1 OICHHISFARISF 3 Dentist a1j t123 ELI ct i a- r I use ARKS x 1 Local Notes Rev Dorgan of Danville will preach at the Fork Sunday after noon at 230 The Christian Endeavor of church will have a social for the benefit of the church at that place Saturday evening at seven oclock Jan 20th Everybody cordially invited Our former townsman Mr J C Thompson has our thanks for some Cal Iforna papers He writes that the Lan castercolony is getting along nicely all are well and happy in their new home The R cord will have the finest line of calendars ever brought to Ken tucky They will be here soon so doni give your order to some foreign firm when we can supply your wants and save you money tf A GoodSale of Tobacco to 14 50 per hundred netting 12 05 per hundred at home Mr Posey consl dered it a good common crop Calendars The custom of advertising on calen dars has grown to such an extent that we have made arrangements for a com plete line and will have samples in a few days We will call upon every business man in the county and show them the prettiest line ever shown here We can and will save you money so dont give your order until we come Mr J L West representing the Cen tral House Louisville bands the following report of tobacco sales at that house last week 32 bbgs Bourbon county 18 50 to 7 70 17 hbgs Anderson county 16 50 to 609 15 hhgs Washington county 16 to 16 80 7 hbgs Garrard county 14 50 to 700 28 hbgs Fleming county 13 50 to 5 80 12 hhgs Montgomery county 13 50 to 585 8 bbgs Bath county 1325 to 10 hhgs old Burley Nicholas county 16 75 to 11 50 Supervisors The County Supervisors are in ses sion and are working hard to equalize values placed on property Assessors Thomas Austin and T B Robinson made a thorough of the county and returned a full list of the prop erty The Supervisors are as follows W S and T B Walker W B Mason Geo B Robinson and Elijah Ray The amount of the assessors list was 5138678 The work of the Super visors will oe reported later Fair- View Cent The 8 70 convass I Churcli text Record Popular Railroad Man One of the most obliging and popular railroad men on the K C is Mr John Mackey the expressman on the night train He has been running through Lancaster ever since these trains were put on the Rowland branch and has never misplaced or carried by a A man who can hold down this hard run for so long a time and make no mistakes is a band anda half and polite and the ny should appreciate his services Makes Connections Because the trains missed connection several timesat Winchesterduring the holidays rush some wise guy started the report that no connection was ever nade there now coming from Louis ville The L and H always waits un less the C and 0 is several hours late and you can leave Louisville at 2 p m and reach Lancaster at 826 the same as ever There is no possible chance of getting left at Winchester now so come that way if you wish Mr Berkele Improving A letter from Mobile says the of Mr W A Berkele who was some days since is much improv ed Mr Berkele is employed at the L and N offices and in along the top of some cars lost bis balance and fell between two cars receiving severe bruises Fortunately no bones were broken but he was take to a hospital where he has suffered a great deal many Lancaster friends will ba j delighted to know that he is rapidly re covering and will soon be able to his work Week of Prayer The week of prayer has been observ ed in Lancaster with much more inter est than even before The attendance has been large and the interest in creased at each meeting The differ ent pastors have conducted the servi ces and members ot all churches join ed together in suplication for the up lifting of the people and the better ment of the community The coming together of the different congregations an effort to better the community has a wonderfully good effect on the general pubic The services will be conducted in the Methodist church this evening and Rev Gilbert Glass of Stanford will preside Tomorrow Friday eveningProf Mannix will con duct the in the Christian church Saturday evening Mr W I Williams will conduct the services at the Baptist church and the last service will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Give us your Job Work I I HeI Is ooligirg I I condition walking I i His I package injured resume services Messrs J C Ilemphill and Chas W West have formed a partnership ana will conduct a gents furnishing goods business at Mr Hetnphills present sta fh The building will be made larger and modern fixtures put in them a splendid place to conduct the business Both have had much experience and that they will big business is a foregone conclusion Needs A Cleaning Out I wish your paper or Ed Waltons would call the attention of the Stan ford city authorities the many loaf ing negroes who hang around the Stan ford depot every night remarked a gentleman yesterday Last night my wife and I came up from Louisville and had to wait there for the Lancaster train for some little time There were five big greasy dirty negroes in the waiting room crowded around the stove and the stench was so great that we got out and walked up and down the platform in the cold rather than stay in the room I have seen this times recently and the Stanford marshal should see that Jess Alver law is enforced concluded the gentleman A great many people wait at the Stanford depot at night and if it is like this gentleman says something should be done to break it up The Hotel Will Be Built It affords The great pleasure to announce that the plan to build a hotel in Lancaster has been successful and one of the gentlemen at the head or the movement tells us that there is absolutely no doubt that the house will be erected as soon as the weather permits Almost enough stock has been subscribed in 1000 and 500 lumps and the remainder will be made up in smaller subscription In next weeks issue of The Record we will publish the names of the subscribers so that our people may know who are the citizens who have the towns in trest at heart and who are the men who want to build up Lancaster and in plainer words who are the monied people who should be tbanked for helping pull the town out of the sleepy rut into which she has fallen An architect has made the plans and there is no disputing the fact that the proposed building will be the best appointed hotel in Kentucky The exterior will be quite plait the money generally used in ginger bread work being applied to the interior and we know that no town will have a hotel that will do more to advertise it or furnish comforts to the travling bublic New Firm doa several It cord more c giving sons Wait for our calendars tf Jas Hatcher and Miss Mamie Smiser of Petersburg Ind were married in that city lat Monday Hatcher runs the Danville stage line and is a well known and popular young man Retiring Officers The manner in which W L Lawson the retiring sheriff of Garrard county discharged his duties meets the hearty approval of the people He guarded their interests with the same earnest ness zeal and fidelity that he exercis ed in looking after his own affairsHIs books were properly kept and he made prompt settlement with the state and county While he adhered to strict business principles be was always kind and courteous whether collect ing taxes waiting on court ordlscharg lug any other duty A Arnold who has qualified for this term has had much experience in the duties of sheriff and the people will never re gret that they elected him to that of fice Ills deputies are Richard Moore and Bruce Lawson two worthy young men J I Hamilton made an able county attorney and was fearless in prosecuting Mrs L L Walker was one of the best school superintendents the county ever had It is safe to predict that J E Robinson will make an excellent and fearless county attor ney and that Miss Mittie Dunn will make a model school superintendent Capt Thos Austin Jas McCarley decd and T B Robinson have done good work assessing property and their successors George Allen and W S Car rier are altogether competent to con tinue the good work Other ollicials who succeed themselves are well known to be worthy of confidence im posed in them by the people I Mr Mr C A Wonderful Dog The other day the editor of The Record was a passenger on Capt Throckmortons train to Cincinnati and fell into conversation with several acquaintances on the trip Somthing was said about pets when the big hearted captain joined in and told of a dog be has at his hospitable home in as Kentucky produces and pulls down many blue ties at the fairs where When they go to a fair that dog is right there When one of them move He watches the man with the ribbons and is so smart that he can tell the blue from the red When a blue tie is placed on one of my horses be barks wags his tail and ruos his nose on the breeches of the judges in a way that shows his appreciation more plainly than a humaiibelng can the othar hand the red is tied on my horse he merely wags his tail and trots off to the barn But the trouble comes when my horse fails to land eith er tie and you will be surprised when 1 tell you that I keep two hands em they decide against me Thats a fact and if you dont believe it come down to the Falmonth fair next year add Ill prove it to you Here engin blew a red block and conductor who everpunch ed a ticket went out to get his orders while our little group in the smoker wondered how it is possible for him to be so obliging and accommodating CaptThrockmorton horses Shepherd postby Iron andkeep I eerBobGray I t he cleverest todeal As The Records cartoonist Mr Cray Sutton sizes up the blind tiger question Fancy Holiday We have a large line of Holiday Goods on band Late Ms Stands f Fancy Reed Maiopny and Oat Chairs Centre Tables Etc Prompt delivery any time desired Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley 4 Co JAJeazley Undertaker I PURNITUBBI Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit 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 QompanyW IES Jmrr J8iom Iii I ImoI I m I Roomsthe I I 1 1 11 a I id 1 lL2 7 1 I J t f d iJ pII CI IISJII J I UII JlIIilJlill111 4 0 0 lol Cia0 i t 0 C i r s j f j WANTEDCorn Hay Oats Wheat Hemp Seed Etc Would appreciate your orders for Millet Glover Timothy Hay Straw also for Chop Brand Chicken Feed Etc Bollards Obelisk FlourA- llkinds of Field Seeds Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Statmt condition Dec 30 1905 7C505co I CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 House and Lot 1500 w Mortgages 1CSUS2 00 DIRECTORSCash 7083 22 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 M COY ARNOLD RGGUYN J 8 BURROWS f 1600000 JB WOODS EL WOODS FISHIndividualOur Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance IF YOU WANT AN OLD HICKORY WAGONNow is the time to get it We are offering special bargains 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 horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine Is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed JW IW 1J Mr tn V I I NNltW V fI Vr I II RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due from Lanka 190581 I R L LIABIL TES Capital Stock II Is I s s- S S Son I eJ I I ci I0j groundFor 7t as oo ooooooooo ooo s 0 Q 1 r rQ Q Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Grains SeedsFertilizers Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Potatoes Poultry Supplies Onion Sets Weekly Price List maileif to merchants who desire r- C BRENTIncorporated Seedsnian LEXINGTON KY r J Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Storm s Dr Store f 1I i- tS r Window Glass g14v Paint 4- v 8 li CENTRAL RECORD lesiued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post otter in Lancaster Ky u SecondClass Nail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Lancaster Ky January 12 1906 In his message Gov Beckham took a shot at auditorsagents very wisely suggesting that a stop be pug to the outrageous manner in which these roosters are running the state and causing trouble for citizens They nuisance they accomplish no good and only serve to annoy and taxpayers The plan is a graft pure and simple a graft for the agent Just because the income from eggs and poultry in the United States last to about 280000000 we bear nothing but adulation of the hen The hen is queen we are told and other remarks of praise are on her lhe rooster is lost sight of Editor W P Walton of the Frank fort Journal knows a good bargain when be sees one He says An advertises a typewriter that can be held in the lap Of course we ordered one at once and are hoping she djnt weigh over 150 pounds A Chicago professor says married women should be called upon to teach in the public schools instead of single ones This will he hailed with delight by those trifling husbands who depend upon the sweat of the wifes brow for a living It does seem that in such an excel lent document as Gov Beckbatns message that he should have taken up the servant problem That is of far more concern to the housekeepers of the state than anything he discusses The friends of Senator Jo Blackburn who defeated for re election to the Senate are urging him to become a candidate for govenor of Kentucky Fie would make a good one and we hope he will shy his castor in the ring An Indiana man has found a cure for consumption which consists of eighteen raw eggs and a gallon of fresh milk a day At the present price on these luxuries its cheaper to die A Boston poet he can be happy withLove and crust of bread But just let him feed a crust of bread to Love a few times and hell find out what Love thinks of it President Roosevelt shook hands with over tenthousand people on New Yorks day We always said Ted was a hand and a half at anything he undertakesThe speaker of the New York Assembly is named Wadsworth His election proved that his wads worth a great deal HYATTSV1LLE I Mr Jones West was in Louisville last weekMr J C Criscillis has gone to Jellico for a few days Mr Jno Meadows is in on a business trip Miss Flossie Tribble is visiting in Richmond Mr J H Hurt has been sick several days with la grippe Mr Luther Gibbs returned Monday from a visit to Lexington Misses Fannie and Besty West were shopping in Danville Monday Mr Sam Denny is spending several days with his cousin in Shelby City Mr ACMabanof Williamsburg spent several days here last week with friends Mr and Mrs G B Robinson of Mar cellus were visiting in Hyattsville last weekMisses Mary and Gertrude Noel are visiting their aunt Mrs J M Hiatt this week Mr H K Herndon has moved from here to Lancaster His many friends regret very much to see him lea7e Messrs Jno Bunsides and Braban Beazley have rented the Jno Wayes farm near Point for the coming year Misses Alice Walker Jessie Doty and Betsy West of Long Branch being entertained by Mr and Mrs J M Hiatt this week Mr Thomas Kelley who moved from here to Cambellvilles last year has with his family He says you cant beat garrard A Modern Miracle Truly miraculousseemed the of Mrs Mollle Holt of this place writes JOB Hooper Wood Held Tenn she was so wasted by coughing up puss from her lungs declared her end so near that her family had watched by her bedside fortyeight hours when at my urgent request Dr Kings New Discovery was given her with the astonishing im provement began and continued until she finally completely recovered and is a healthy to day Guaran teed cure for coughs and colds 50c and tLOOat McRbberts Trial bottle free IK r R area yearamounted bestowed goethe exchange says Wllllam burg relatives LeaveJl are returned recovery too pr and over hart r was Doctors result that woman Druggist yeA i rta w t a Mr and Mrs Jeff Dannwere inLex Ington last week Mr and Mrs James Spoonamore gone to Illinois Miss Lida West of Jessamine is the guest of Mrs Charley Dean Miss Carrie Boulden Hicholasville visited the Misses Boner recently Mr R H Pettus of Somerset for a short visit this week Miss Katie Mae Farly will enter school ao Harrodsburg this term Miss Mae Scott closed a very school at this place Wednesday Miss Kate Campbell of Nicholasville has been visiting Miss Jennie Burn sideThe Misses Jennings of Tyrone are guests of their aunt Mrs Sam HaeldenMr Christopher and family have moved into town glad to wel come them Mr Oscar Paton is expected home in a few days from Ga where he has been visiting Mrs Eliza H Ballard and son Master Bryan Ballard were in Lexington Sat urday and Sunday Misses Tevis Carpender of Stanford and Patsy Lexington have been visiting the Misses Leavell Mr James Burnside had the to have about 18 sheep killed and wounded by dogs Saturday night G B Rose bought 140 acres of the Camp Dick Robinson farm from Judge Montgomery for 100 per acre Mrs J W Bryant has returned from Richmond where she went to enter her daughter Miss Elizabeth in Institute The Messrs Moore entertained about thirty of their friends very delightfully last Monday evening with dance Itwas a most enjoyable affair Misses Sparks Evans and Sanders Nicholasville who were the popular and attractive guests of Mr and Mrs W L Glass during the Holiday home last week Rev J W Jackson of Irvine a form er pastor of the Methodistchurch here was here for a short visit to friends last week Bro Jackson is doing a splendid work at Irvine Little Jeff Holcomb son of Mr and Mrs B H Holcomb who has been seriously ill from the effects of drinking ammonia is rapidly improving and we hope he will be entirely well in a short timeMr James Saddler of Burgin who opened a Barber Shop here ago is doing very nicely Mr is an artist in his line and should have the patronage of the entire com munity Give him a trial There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the Bank of Bryantsville held at the bank on Thursday Jan uary 26 190G at three oclock for of electing officers This will a important meeting and every stockholder is requested to be present Stockholders Meeting There stockholders of the Bank of Bryantsville held at their house In Brjautsvllie on Thursday Jan nary 25 1900 at 3 SJO oclock for the pur pose of electing officers SMITH CASHIER LOWELL Mr Robt Bourne has been visiting his cousin Miss Myrtle Spratt Mrs Jas Hatfield who has been Christmas with her mother at Scalfel Cane has returned home Uncle Peter Howe who has been very sick with pneumonia is some at this writing Moving has commenced Mr Robert Brown now occupies the dwelling by Mr Will Conn Mrs Richards dwelling Mr wit Parks spent several days in Artemus last week Mrs Richard Brown and little daughter lola spent Sunday with her parents Mr Jim Crank ot Marksbury was with Mr Jim Hatfield a few days last week Mr Lois Morgan was down in the mountains last week buying cattle BEUNA VISTA Chas Scott bought of Mary Carr one sow for 10 Mr S Ronsdell of Illinois is the guest of relatives here Eugen Rubles has moved to his farm near here The youngest child of Rev Welburn is critically ill Charlie Secbrest is contemplating the opening of a barber shop here The Christian Endeavor has decided to suspend its meetings until spring ofBradfordsvIHe will fill the pulpit at the Presbyteron church SundayMiss and brother are visiting their brother at Mc CrearyA prayermeeting has been or ganized meets at Mt twice a month Walter Davis and wIre of Ambrose have been visiting the families of W T and Howard King The Prohibition Alliance will meet Thursday night an interesting program has been provided Ruble Bros Co who have at the Camp distillery and 160 at Burgin distillery have bought 200 tons ofofhay near Bryantsville at 600 per ton Beats The Music Cur To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place Poughkeep6ieN 1 take Dr Kings New Life Pius They are the most re liable and pleasant laxative I have found Best the Stomach Liver Guaranteed by druggl t25c lin have the wears Prewitt or misfortune M r Madison returned sometime Saddler purpose will n meeting of the banking p J spending better vacated RevWalton Howard to 1900 I rts v OttYANTSFiLLE where successful beery be m M Nana which Olt 3c 850at Nelson for and Bowels r x R r s as t ie Pet tie PAINT LICK Mr Jess Ledford of McCreary has moved to this place Mrs Jennie Searcy of Berea has moved to her home here Mrs Lizzie Shumate who has been quite sick is some better Misses Loncrecia and Martha Spour lock of Berea was here Sunday Dr M Casueburg has returned af ter a two weeks visit in the west Rev McClellev of Lexington preach ed to a large audience here Sunday Mr C E Williams has resigned his position as at the warehouse here Mr Jasper McClure of Danville was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Best Wed nesdayMr Adams of Bryantsville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Clark has been attending school inLancaster is at home quite sick with rheumatism W S Fish our popular druggist has accepted a position with a St Louis paint house and will start on the road immedially E L Woods sold his Anderson farm containing 170 acres to G G Mason at 85 per acre and rented same for this year from Mr Mason for 800 Dr A M Helm of Ford who has been practicing dentistry here two days out of each week will locate here premia neutly Dr Helm is a fine dentist and we welcome him to our place Mr Will Lackey has sold his farm to William Cottrell aud moved to this place recently bought of Jess Ledferd Mr Lackey and wife will be greatly missed as they were leading members of the Christian church at this place Half The World Wonders how the other half lives Those who use Bucklens Arnica Salve never won der if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruption they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St Springfield Ill says I regard it one of the absolute of housekeeping Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 25c 1m McCREAHY Mrs Wm visiting her parents Sunday at Lancaster O W Royse sold to Woods Dunn one fine walktrot horse for 400 Mr Walker Bradsbaw has mot ed to his farm recently bought of Mr RoyseThe famous horsetrader Dillard Lit tral passes throughpur village quite frequently of late Dillard must have matrimony on the brain Mr Geo Sadler and family left last Wednesday for their winter home in Illinois May success crown their efforts in their new home Howard Logan will enter Berea Cot lege Thursday this being his second term there lIe is one of our bright est boys and promises much toward making a useful man May Live 100 years Thechances for living a full century are excelent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynesville Me now 70 years old She Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me feel as well and strong as a young girl Bitters cure Stomach and Liver diseasesBlood disorders General Debit ity and bodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at McRoberts drug store Price only 50c 1m Real Estate We have sold several pieces of lately and are adding to our list Those desiring to sell property would do well to see us as we are In touch with other agencies and we can buyers Hughes Swinebroad 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 nishing goods and shoes We respecit fully solicit the trade of the people of Lancaster Garrard and adjoining and we will do our best to Merit your patronage RespectfullyThe Logan Dry Goods Co Write A Letter to any member of The City Councilor to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShooting any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as far as possible Back upyour by YOUR MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if you are Interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you think tell whole truth tell all you know with out fear or favor Dont say thfc officers are In collusion with vice unless can sub stantiate the fact A TAXPAYER j necessities Bradshawwas furnish counties ee e8ee8 I Or officers I I overseer S writes Electric Electric prop- ertY not snap don you l s pint Oils and Putty Window Glass i ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength McRoberts Drug Store The Amount and Permanence of pour income depends on your holdon your customers youTheirpany in which you insure them Protect yourself by giving them Good Policies J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Bast in Telephone Co one can call me Otlice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Tin Shop J We invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering 1 all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing f5 low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited 13 Conn Bros 3 Y LEAVELL President J J WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tbe 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISMO SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold OOOOOOO OOC tl III 1 U 1 OOOOOCJOOcJOOc OO i FREEBy nrrmtrnrn Roofing I iiiUIUIUIUIU1U1U nu LEWIS too oo i i i ooooooo CIO mmmmmmnimm t ti mmmm 1 1 r rand r J r t1111111i1NNJH11t1f111N111UJU DIRE IU1tS r The Markets LOUISVILLE KY JAN 10 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers I 50 5 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 25 4 50 Choice butcher steers 3 7 4 35 Medium to good butchers 2 50 3 00 Common to medium butchers 2 50 3 00 Good to choice feeders 4 00 4 50 Common to medium feeders 2 75 3 00 Good to extra stock steers a 00 3 50 Common to medium stock steers 2 00 1 50 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 3 oO Common to medium stock heifers 1 75 2 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 00 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 75 Choice veal calves 700 7 50 Common to medium calves 7 000 7 51 Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO Ibs 5 51 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 5 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs 5 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 5 CO Good pigs 50 to 500 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 475 SHEEP AND LAMBS Gooto extra shipping sheep 3 00 4 25 Fair to good S 00 3 M Common to medium 250 300 Bucks 2 00 3 00 Extra shipping lambs 7 00 Best butcher lambs S 00 5 00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr PUTTS Sabra Holland c Deft All parties having claims against the cs ate of Halcomb deceased will the same properly proven to the undersigned Master stoner of the Garrard Circuit Court on or the 26 day of February 1906 This January 4 th 1906 J H Rothwell Master Comissloner Garrard Circuit Court I am closing out my stock of Watches jewelery c at cost If you want some bargains IP Thompson HOGS 901bs GOO Common Callon j1J 7 c x 1 c r 1t 5 3 tail yw asa r 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 relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky POSTEDThe underslgnea hereby gIve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upou our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Tompson J fa Rigsby BG Pettus DM Anderson J L Hutchins Sweeney Morgan Jas B Henry Mrs Gill Miller Ferguson WRCook WL Lawson WAWheeler Mrs Daniels AJ Wm Culdtron S C P D H C W S Our prices on American FENCEwill interest you MOUNT ELKIN I I I Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Noreen Henry is in Lexington with her mother Mrs Jacob Joseph is in Chicago her son Adolph Miss Stella Huston is with her cou sin Mrs Jesse Sweeney Arthur Mahan of Williamsburg was here several days last week Mr William Lackey and family of McCreary were visitors here Sunday Mr R A Stone of Somerset visited his daughter MnT L Wall this week Miss Bettie Anderson who been quite ill of fever is reported convalesc ingMisses Mary and Alma Learof Paint Lick have been visiting Miss Katie Simpson Miss Katy King of Crab Orchard has been visiting Miss Bettie Walker BurnsideMr Mrs Morris Dudley of Lex ington are guests of Mr and Mrs James Hill Mrs Juliette Rogers and son Joseph have returned from several days stay in Cincinnati Mrs J M Farra has returned from a visit the her sister Mrs George Mc Roberts of Covinuton Saturdays Louisville ed a handsome picture of Master Lu cian and Bowman Grant Mr Gurnett Kemper the obliging cashier of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was in town Monday Mr and Mrs Harve McRoberts of Stanford have been visiting the family of Mr R E McRoberts Miss Callie Adams who has been clerking in Richmond has accepted a position in R H Batsons store Hiram Arnold brakeman on the L and N Railroad is sick at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold Miss Bessie Gulley entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of Miss Anna Jackson of Lexington Misses Marguerite Kinnaird and Bessie Mae Lear leaves this week for Cincinnati to enter tne Conservatory Misses Bessie Mae Lear and Kinnaird left Monday to enter the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Mr and Mrs Jas I Hamilton left this week for Memphis Tenn where they will spend the remainder of the Burgin Cor Harrosdsburg Demo crat Miss Roxie Collier is at home from several days stay with relatives and friend in Garrard and Jessamine Marguerite psi visiting has f Times contain winter t counties Mr B and bride have re turned from their bridal tour and take n rooms at his parents Mr II Jennings and wife Henry C Arnold telegraph operator on the C 0 at Sewell W Va has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold Rev W C McCallum of Lexington spent the later part of Xmas with Misses Kittie and Margaret Hurt at their home near Hyattsville Miss Hattie Doty left Tuesday Nashville Tenn where she will spend part of the winter She was accompa nied by her friend Mr Clyde Curlee Mr Ira L McClaren wife and little daughter who have been residing in Michigan have moved here to reside with Mrs McClarens sister Mrs G M PattersonMrs B Totten of L Brown of Hammond Ill and Ed W Thurmond and little daughter Joulta have been visiting their mother Mrs Elizabeth Petty Miss Jennie Higgins closed a very successful school at Woodsview last Friday Miss IIiggins is one of the most enthusiastic teachers in the county and we wish to commend her upon her untiring efforts promoting the cause of education in the districts in which she has taught Philanthropy at Small Cost Friend Say old boy how in U 3 world did you with your small Income get such a reputation as a great announced far and wide that I would pay the railroad fares cf ill the unemployed who wished to go o work on farms Well Well total expense so far ten ents N Y Weekly His Choice Tired Weary cf youse fad yore choice whichd youse rudder ie hangd er lectrocuted Weary Walker Dunno Whicfd youseTired Tatters Lectrocuted uv lourse Weary why Tired Tatters Cause dey let a fel ler down Chicago Daily News An Annoying mistake Wasnt It scandalous the way Mrs Waddson acted at the Cashlngtona I hadnt heard about it What did shedoFlirted desperately with her hus band all the evening supposing he was somebody she had met somewhere in A Medical Student Mrs druggist SGZ yer to take a wineglass full av this medi cmew anst ivry hour durin th day Mr Donohue An durin th night phwatMrs didnt but I suppose he manes yere to Stacy off Iffects av it Jennin s for Decatur Ill Mrs Orlanda SharppI TattersSay WallterCause die aseUin dinner EuropeChicago DonohueTh DonohueHe say th thinPuck I S philanthropist Record Heradd Come and see our large line of Ranges and Cooking Our Prices are way down See our Electric Ranges and we will save you money HASELDEN ROBINSON rr IV I STOVES I j I 1 nd S t t o ADULT TALKS LIKE BABE French Woman Under Effects of Hyp Spell Tells of Events of Htr Life in Unique Manner A most remarkable book on the subject ot retrogression of memory published by the wellknown the French School of Artillery Cot Rochas is attracting unusual attention hero among people engaged in psychical research and foremost of whom is the famous astronomer Flamma rionThe colonel who is by no means a crank but a man of good hard com mon sense in the book strongly de pends upon the oftdiscussed theory oJ reincarnation and certainly tells some very startling and unusual stories and his methods of peering into the psychic life of the people he used as mediums are unique He hypnotized a number of persons and made them believe they were ten 30 and even 50 years younger than their actual aces Some remarkable experiments were manic with a woman of 35 who was hypnotized and to whom it was BUg gested that her age was gradually di minishing While in the hypnotic state she de scribed incidents in her life that oc curred when she was 20 She told ot her confirmation at the age of 14 and described her theft of a sou from her grandfather Gradually she relapsed into baby language and at last her words became unintelligible and she could only make signs the deep voice of a man She said her name was Jean Bourdon and that she was a villager Col Rochas caused inquiries to ha made and found that a man of that name had lived in the village the mentioned as far back as 1812 After three quarters of an hours questioning the woman replied in the voice of an pit woman called Carterot MAY PICK HUBBYS POCKET Alton Judge Sends Husband to Jail Because He Made This Course Necessary with Wife Alton 111 Judge Benjamin Rose of the city hall police court has in tones that will go thunder ing down the ages that a wife has the right to pick her husbands pockets while he sleeps or any other time to get money for household expenses and that such removal of coin does not con stitute an excuse for a man to abandon his family To Ernest Burton who advanced the fact that a dime had been thus removed from his clothing as his reason for for saking his domicile Judge Rose said Any man who purposely or through negligence compels his wife to ask him continually for money to pay for house hold necessities is unworthy to have a wife I will make you an example for other men whose wives suffer abuse and embarrassment and are deprived of lifes bare necessities Men not women are the worlds profligates It is the extravagance of men that doubles the cares and burdens of wives You are committed to jail You should be in the penitentiary Burtons young wife testified that he had contributed but 25 cents to the sup port of herself and the baby during the past six months though he made 70 a monthBurton is now in jail having been to obtain bond while his wife and baby are in the old folks home AT LAST THIEF UNDER BED Woman Who Sought Man Beneath Slats for Ten Years Finds Him and Jumps Through Window Ansonia Conn For ten years it has been the habit of Mrs Joseph McKenzie to wind the clock and to peer under her bed for burglars before retiring at nightShe peered under the bed as usual one night recently and saw a pair of boots She thought at first they were her but to make sure she tried to drag them out Then she discovered that it was the burglar for whom she had been looking so long The shock was too much for her She screamed for help The burglar was so wedged that he could not move nor did he try This frightened Mrs Mc Kenzie moreShe dashed wildly about the room so excited that she mistook a window for a door and jumped through it Her bedroom is on the third floor of the house and she fell to the lawn beneath the window Her fall was broken by bushes and she arose to her feet thinking not of her injuries but of the burglar She dashed down the street to the police station The burglar was sent to jail Lunacy Gains in London Lunacy is growing at such a rapid rate in Loudon that the accommodations provided are proving entirely There are now 24652 lunatics in Londons public asylums and buildings for 2618 additional are in progress In Hempstead a healthily situated suburb the proportion is 22 in 1000 with a population of 84000 while the district in the heart of the with a population of 17GOU bas a of 141 Proves Fastest Battleship speed record for American bat tlesblps was established the other day by the Rhode Island on her official trip over the course off Owls Head Me in which she steamed one mile at a rate of 1933 knots hour Another mile was made at the rate of 1927 while the mean time the 12 runs over the course was 1893 knots an hour The tract called for a speed of 1 knott Ever Hear Drum Music Bacon The drum is said to have been the first musical instrument of the human race Egbert1 But did anybody it was music Yonkers Far Different You said wouldnt to him if he were the only man IB thee world But this he the nan at the resort HoiwtOH Post no tic Camille questions woman proclaimed unable husbands inadequate cases proportion Anew con Statesman en- Gaged i Paris chief of Strand man for i bow ever you become was different was only summer r b iN Business and Bargains Will buy rabbits at the highest market price II Northcott 2t Best House and Roofing Paint Haselden Robinson tf Cow Feed Brand Corn Chop M fillet and Clover Ray Banks Hudson Stoves of all kinds Haselden ton tf See Wards handsome decorated china Teas Saucers with plates to match at only 75 cts per set Ruberold Roofing Hasclaen Robinson tf I want your sacked sausage will pay highest market price for them W H Ward 2t Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf If you get a statement for your ac count dout get mad but come and settle We get a dun every nay W II Ward 2t Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf Rooms to Rent suitable for light Lousekeeping Joseph Faulcorer Bring your eggs to Ward I will be at my office Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mlttte A Dunn Supt 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 1021tf Good cooking stove for sale nearly new Apply to S D Rothwell tf Office Rooms for Rooms over our store Possession Jan 1 Splendid office rooms Mount Elkin tf The leading florist is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 tf A 2 horse power Tread wheel good as newFor particular see W B Burton Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron roof InK also on all kind of roofing work 10 G tf If your farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr Strayed From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole in right ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at McCreary 317 J WHill For chapped hands face or lips Almond Cream It p itively cure them Price 15cts tf Frisbies Drug Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in flowers receives weekly shipments of 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 years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness S B Jennings Tobacco Hogsheads I can save you money on tobacco hogsheads and deliver at any point between Paint Lick and Rowland at less money than others charge Tele phone me J L West Hiattsville Ky tf A black Crochet shawl edged with white silk Lost between Lancaster and Pieasent Hill School House on Poor Ridge pike Lost Wednesday be fore Christmas to Record office and get reward Moberly3t Ky Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where be prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or in 5 parties wanting car Will trade thing I have or corn and hay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street A Jones 815tf Quick Orders for flowers phone Ed C Gaines at 100 Subject to your in spection Goods delivered within 6 hours notice Bells Flowers Go everywhere Promptly delivred with telephone when ordered through Ed C Gaines agt phone No 100 tf Avoid Disappointment place your wed o r funeral design with Ed C Gaines representing the leading flo rist Orders filled day or Tel tf Jesse DJearen 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 OldLine Companies resented and the lowest poasi are guaranteed I I I I I 2t o n R lit 718 For Sale u yr I s St re har y repairIngDee 18t Lost glad to have you at any old tide tha1 suits you best and where I C ID any this city 1 prices to loa ors tri g lette i b7 1 Sc S S Sr s e e miles of Spec any phone 100 rep mteaetEr j HEitfClry tp p W- 4y Attend The Great Removal Sale H T LOGANS 2500000 Worth of Clothing Shoes Hats AND Furnishing Goods at Actual COST for CASH Only Thisjs no fake sale but a genuine COST SALE We can save you from 25 33 per cent on each and V 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 be Duplicated Elsewhere Our designs are new and our prices are right SZSBIES ZDZETCTG STORE I 11- 1I III f III AT II II I I I r II II n Ii ill aOLIDAY G I I3II31 II i I w has an elaborate line of t distinctive kM HEADWEAR direct from the 6- n a Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is I extended to all to call and H fH see the new styles M I SilllE D TILLET III H That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Queen Crescent Trains I 1905 DAXTILLK SOUTH BOUTO Number1 Daily stops when aja Mumber I when flagged 20 pJB Number 5 makes all Mopa U05aja Nwaber Daily stopi 808pm WOMHBOHM- BHumbert Dally rtopi when flagged 430 pja Huabw 136JM- NuMrlf Dally Bten r ieaja Connection made with Railway to Louisville and I Millinery Miss Sallie Tillet X dl t NIIer J i ieee ee e ee4e n r Corrected Dee TRAVIS Does stops mothersLiu t i 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 Homeseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January and February 1906 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1906 ASK US FOR RATES J H GALLAGHER Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt S The National Bank5 OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOUO A I Pr elicit JOHN I STeiMES Vfce Prnt- S C BURY Cariler- jf T BpUBMB Aast Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIBHCTOBS- SUBl D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Bobbin Jno B W H Xlnnalrd l NewMexico I L 111 J IRWIN O Oio o4o o o o 493 HINT 9 Storm r k r STRANGE AD VJC1 Dr G C Green gives alert personal attention In our Almanac for man years we have unusual advice to troubles or consumption v them if they not any special benefit after the use of one 75cent bottle of German Syrup to doctor Ve not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our in man Syrup makes it possible for us to such know by the of over 35 years that or cure the worst o bronchial or lung that even in bad cases consumption one bottle of German Syrup work wonders JNew trial 250 size 750 At all druggists For ale by R B DIcRoberts I Of Course Not quite lame today Patrice Yes Will stood on my foot for ten minutes last night And you allowed it I didnt know it Didnt know he was standing on your foot No I didnt He was proposing at the time Yonkers Statesman Appreciated visited my native place last week Thought I would show my old schoolfellows bow prosperous I had been since I left home B Did they seem to appreciate your rise in the world I should say so Almost every man I met wanted to borrow a sovereign TitBits Quite Right That a widow must look out you know For number one Is true And the neatest way to do II Iook out for number twrf Puck TKUTH ISS NGEB ETC Jj to his great afflicted with coughs colds throat or lung have told qWe experience German Syrup will speedily relieve troublesand regular PatienceYoure AI AWell iS receive size m Cautious if he Is a young horse why do his knees bend so Dealer Well sir to tell the onest truth the poor animal as bin living in a stable as was too low for im and es ad to stoop Not Up to Papa Miss Boarde yawning What going so soon Mr Stoplate your father will be annoyed if I stay any laterMiss Why he wasnt the Gue that had to sit here with you Cleveland Leader ONE NIGHT OUT loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via OUEEN CRESCENT ROUTEAND SOUTHERN Rr THREE TRAINS A DAY L Florida Special la Service Jnmaiy 1906 Solid PuBnian Train Leave CINCINNATI 025 t X LEXnlOTON 1140 P M DANVILLE A XDining and Observation Can for Jack St Augustine via Chattanooga and Florida United UDONQTOir 1030 A M DANVILLE 1160 A M Day Conches Pullman Sleepers Obwr Bt Augustine 8n QVCCB Cresceat Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington vine to New Orleans via Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sale atreduced rates For Information apply Ctas W Zett DP An Cincinnati To Hunters Ifyou would know of a country whicl abounds in turkeys duck quail and other small game with good chance at deer get copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins on It tells about hunting and fishing in the Ozarks and in tht Stj Francis Valley Sent free on request by A Hilton General Passen Agent Frisco System St Louis CustomerBut i rislngYes BoardeFather acage tab Solid Trals xeCINCINNATI 88OA K Dan PullmanServIce dUST Co man a fl Jlo tt rj J ration and Dtnlnx cars fer NewOr1am- vtaCbattanoagaAtiaalaandflhrn ngham a c itaf C P T i K- yU A W RiIE50J- Uwrl FNrA-aciSdsNiri I squirrels i the Frisco a TAEftCARlMEN a BUILDING OF SMOKEHOUSE Put the Oven in the Barn Cellar and Bun the Pipe Underground- to Smokehouse About a year ago I asked you for some information regarding the of a smokehouse and you kindly published my query and severS al replies writes a correspondent of the Rural New Yorker but none of them suited my case I had the usi of a neighbors smokehouse and It was a good one of its kind but too hot for my idea of what a good smoke house ought to be One morning whn riding over to start a smudge in the basement of that house the idea oc curred to me to build a house like the accompanying plan as I was to get out a cellar for a new barn anyway I thought there would not be much trou ble to build an oven and have a pipe from it to the smokehouse and so get away from the heat of the burning wood and yet have all the smoke re quired The plan will explain itself The oven is three feet square and has sheetiron door opening into barn cellar The pipe leading from it smokehouse is a teninch glazed earth construction a t I OVEN AND SMOKE HOUSE en pipe with an elh f at each end to give the turn eguired Over the end of tile Pgr in of house you will nfJiTCe an affair marked deflector it is a ilat square piece of blue stone laid on tour pieces of brick at the corners and as the smoke strikes it of cours it has to take a horizontal course and fills the whole house instead of going up in a straight line for the ventilator on top The ventilator is 12 inches la diameter and has a damper which I can regulate to suit the weather con ditions The basement of the is filled with stones gathered on the fields and five incites of con crete on top of them the walls nearly three feet under the ground line to be below frost This house is built of brick with shingle roof but a frame building would be quite safe as there are no sparks at that distance from the fire and If hickory is used there are no sparks anyway And I only use dry hickory as I think smoke is sharper and more penetrating than from green wood I cut oneinch pipe to run across the house the narrow way and made hooks of heavy No 9 wire to fit easily on the pipe and hall a long one and a short one alternate so that I can hang a big lot of meat and yet have none touching as I car floor I being the smokehouse DIAGRAM OF SMOKE HOUSE roll the pipe any distance apart and slide the hooks as near or as far from each other as I want I have found the above arrangement a great on stationary nails driven into cross beams I have just finished smoking a batch of pork and have it thoroughly done and yet only a nice black halfcooked things that usuall pass as wellsmoked hams among us country folks Anyone who has a can make a smokehouse like this one with very little expense and there will be little or no heat from the oven A thermometer ten feet from my oven stood at 40 degrees all the time I was smoking 15 days Some people might think that this was far too fine a house for them to build but if they adopt the one is on a gentlemans private home and has to be in keeping with the other buildings Mapthalin and Seeds of Cereals seeds of cereals from injuries by in sect enemies It was Questioned If this would not destroy the germinabil ity of the seeds As high as three per cent was sometimes used for this pres ervation but it was found that one per cent solution was entirely effec tive in keeping away insects Seeds of pearl millet and sorghum were ex posed to this chemical for a year It was found says the Farmers Review that they were not injured at all by the treatment Rye was not injured after six months exposure to it Bar ley that was subjected to the chemical gave a higher percentage of germina tion than when it had not been treated I FARMS RUNNING in Some Cases the WellKept Places of the Fathers Have Suffered Decline Any observant man who drives through a long settled farming district cannot fall to note that old farms that were once beautiful in every way are beginning to look desolate and untidy The writer could name districts i which this is notably the case and in of them the reason is that the young folk fall to take a oroiMiv 4nUupat ia the old boEJ ste l I Improvement bybutchers cellar anykind napthalin everyone I LjO- f 1Jr 4 DOWN- y 4 uuu iJ the oest metUQ33 Oi J u and tidiness tine ot inem spoken to about the lack of care manifest upon every hand said There isnt a dollar to me in mere tidiness My time ia wholly devoted to necessary work as that means This may te true in a sense but it is wrong in principle and When the time cornea to sell a farm tidiness counts as also it does when strangers seek to learn the character and business standing of a man The old settlers ol many of the fine farms of tin country come from the east or from foreign countries where tidiness rules in farm management They were so proud of their newly gained homes that they kept them up in fine style for they had been renters before or too poor even to rent a farm in the old country Here boys and girls grew up and were educated better than their parents and quickly acquired new and expensive ideas and habits These young folk now run the old farms or have rented them out and gone to work in the cities The result is de plorable The old farms are growing old in every sense of the word They shuuld be improving in every way but instead the fences and buildings are goiug to rack and ruin the trees ra quirt trimming the fields have become impoverished There is in short every sign of shiftlessness and sloven liness about the old places and the pioneer owners would be sorry indeed couid they see the state of decay into which their old homes have fallen It is Ume to re ovate these fine od places remarks the Farmers Review There are associations about them that should be dear to the children of the former owners They should b kept up not merely for the sake of th dollar but for appearances and senti ment and we contend that a farmer tidy by nature and In practice is in farming to advantage and will find profit In all that he does for the beautification as well as enrich ment of the farm CORN SHOCK TIER Homellade Dfyice wnFch UwTStalks Until Band Is On With corn cutting time any device aid in the work is worth consider ing I have a homemade device for tying corn shocks which I have used IlL successful J Simple vtlji r Together Ito a money Draw CORN SHOCK TIER several years satisfactorily writes a correspondent of the Ohio Farmer consists of a block of wood A lx2x9 inches through which is cut an oblong hole B entered from square end of block by fiveeighthinch hole for insertion of rope Block has ta pered slot C sawed in other end End of hole B is round and smootn next to the slot Rope D D is half inch and as long as desired When rope is around shock with end passe 1 through hole B the rounded end of hole serving as a pulley shock can be drawn tight and rope pressed snug in slot C holds it till band is on FARM HINTS Fear sight destroys the value of fore sight The sewage from our cities should be utilized for agricultural purposes Have you given your wife a chance to admire your skill with the whitewash and pain brush Lndei a proper system of agriculture there is no danger of exhausting the fertility of our farms Farmers Re viewDid you ever mow the potato vines and burn them when blight appeared What happened A new growth of vine which Is easier to New Yorker- A blue grass pasture under intelli gent management grows better as the years go by When once established it is too valuable to break up Better give it a topdressing than try to re seed it unless it is very and Home Rotation of Crops The rotation practiced by many farmers is more or less haphazard upon all sorts of circumstances We know a farmer who sowed oats it was time to plant corn planted corn until time to sow buckwheat and what land was left after it was too late to sow buckwheat grew up to weeds While this method has some advantages they are not enough to recommend it to the thrifty farmer who is trying to make interest and taxes on highpriced land Oats After Legumes Oats are especially helped by being grown after leguminous crops On many soils it would pay to sow some seeds of podbearing plant early in the fall and allow the crop to make a growth before being plowed under These oats would be particularly benefited if the vetch or other pod bearing crop has been innoculated with nitrogen producing bacteria if the field ias not previously been in some pod bearing cropChanges in Plants For 20 years the scientists have been working on the problem of changing the chemical makeup of plants Corn is being bred to give in some strains more protein in others more starch and in others more oil We have yet to learn whether the changes made will become permanent About all of our economic plants have been so modified by cultivation that their original characteristics have In same cases entirely disappeared A True Genius Failed did he Yes Liabilities were half lionGoodness What are his assets Not a cent And yet you denied that he true financial genius Cleve land Leader A Successful AppeaL Wah I dont like castor oil yelled the Boston urchin Why Waldo murmured his mother In a tone of astonishment do you not know that castor oil is derived from a bean There was no further trouble Cal cafo SUB sr I sprayRural poorFarm depending until considerable a mU possessed s A p r j A LITTLE WHILE loss or cross be It birth or bier Times wing Is fleet Nor smHe nor tear Stayeth the passing of a year In a little while A little while A day an hour It Is joy that thou hast Look to no future nor to thy past Rejoice In today It will only last A little while A little while Is sorrow thine Is it night with thee Walt Light cometh to thee and me At dawn of the great eternity- In a little while Clara Marcelle Greene In Christian Work THE HUMAN HARP It Has Many Strings and Gives Forth Sweet Melodies as Well as Dis cordant Sounds Human life might appropriately be denominated a harp of many strings visible and invisible capable of giving forth sweetest melodies or if out of tune discordant sounds These strings are visible and invisible The invisi ble strings are those of the senses the eye ear etc upon which the divine musician plays indirectly through the medium of our natural environment When properly attuned there are to us visions of fragrant flow ers blue skies and landscapes of beau ty are heard the music of singing birds laughing brook and the voices of loving a word we live in a world sparkling with beauty and teeming with happiness If out of tune just the opposite is true Now we a world in which leaden skies darker days etc are in the majority a world in which selfcentered spirits TTdUld seem to be In turnips prophets of despondency and com plaint and reechoing the words of that New York politician who stand ing at the close of a misspent life hat recently exclaimed It is not worth the while Having eyes they see not and ears they hear not The visible strings are those of mem ory will consciousness etc upon which the divine musician plays di rectly When in tune all about us may be seen the sunshine of lives filled with peace of mind joy of heart and con tentment of life who find constant in uttering kind words and kind acts and deeds To them the world is indeed bright joyous and happy Others there are what a pity there are so many whose just the opposite of this As they see it the world is full of selfish grasping monsters ready to take every of their fellows It is a case of every mans hand being against his neighbor As a result of this experi ence disappointment unrest inqui etude of soul are ever to the fore in dicated by expressions of premature lines of care and memories crowded with untoward en vironsTo of these two classes do you belong If to the latter your harp is sadly out of tune and your sole to the world will be that which shall make for the worlds im poverishment Submit your harp to the divine musician and instead of beholding discouraging sights and scenes and hearing discordant notes you shall behold new beauties in the world about you your soul shall be filled with the music of harmonious will be happier and the world will be richer because you have lived in A R Lambert In N W Christian Advocate FLASHES OF LIGHT Play the Good Samaritan for God Van Dyke Emergency is matched with power George A Gordon Many who glory in their titles have DO title to Horn They that stand high have many blasts to shake A mans knowledge of doctrine counts for nothing if he neglects duty Rams Horn The wise laborer works with a small opportunity till the Lord gives him a larger H A religion that is seen nowhere at the altar might justly be charged with false pretense The heart should welcome God as a permanent resident not as a transient guest United Presbyterian There can be no great success in soul winning without the leadership of the P Brushingham D D The best way to win the desire of your heart is to roll up your sleeves and go to work United Presbyterian Evangelism is the great business of the church The supreme honor roll should be souls rather than dollars 7 P Brushlngham D D Every mans task is his lifepre server The conviction that his work is dear to God and cannot be spared defends him R W Emerson Be heedful ever to have for it becometh not a servant of God to show sadness and a troubled of Assist Todays it seem petty You know more and better You know It is duty at the post God ordained You know it is in life which God was pleased to Everett Hale The strong man is he who has met temptation and has mastered it who has seen the folly of the world and has grown away from it and whose ideals are rooted in the love of God and the gqodjDf men United Presbyterian SUGGESTIVE THOUGHTS A man shows his real self in the way be treats a child Rams Horn There is nothing in all the world more Interesting than A boy United There is no better way to show our trust than to busy ourselves with the things He asks us to do Malt Die D Bibcock It is while yon are patiently toiling at the little teaks of life that the Hwamimg ad great wholt of lift n Be It J walt presented friendsIn behold jus ifed delight performing experiences advantage disappointment contribution soundsyou itRev gloryRams themShakespeare oneZ except pastorJ cheerfulness countenanceFrancis labordoes giveEdward Presbyterian I if es l ij 4 aban ol the dawns upon you n 10 resisting little temptations that you are growing stronger Phillips Brooks Tears are the dew on the tower of the skies called hope Weep my son but hope dare to hope Hoping is the finest sort of courage and you can never have enough of it It is not possible to expect too much of God every antici pation will be infinitely surpassed Charles Wagner Little selfdenials little honesties passing words of sympathy little nameless acts of kindness little silent victories over favorite temptations these are the silent threads of gold which when woven together gleam out so brightly in the pattern of life that God approves Canon Farrar The only wealth is life the only way to make the best of this world is to make the best of the other For the two are one The highest gleams ever through this lower The pilgrim to the better country is the man who living or dying knows the bliss of perpetual youth J Brierley The best things are in your nostrils light in your eyes at your feet duties at your baud the path of God just before you Then do not grasp at the stars but do lifes plain common work as certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things of life Impres slims One great value of thinking about others is that we thereby get a rest from thinking about ourselves which is the chief cause of personal The less a man thinks about himself the happier mathematically and inevitably he is bound to be To love somebody to help somebody ever to worry over somebody is a far more cheerful business than to be shut up to His Majesty myself Selfish ness always means unhaopiness Communication From R E McRoberts Offer co Refund Money If Hyomei Does Not Cure Catarrh To the Editor of tbeCentral Record L have been asked recently if the advertisement printed in your columns regarding Hyomei were true when I offer to refund the money if this not cure catarrh I wish you would print this letter In conspicuous a place as possible in your paper saying that we absolutely agree to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyomei outfit if it does not cure catarrh This outfit consists of an inhaler of a convenient size to be carried in the vest pocket so that the user can breathe Hyomei four or five times daily With this is included a dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The outfit sells for 100 and is a most economical treatment for the inhaler lasts a lifetime and there is enough Hyomei for several weeks use while extra bottles can be obtasned for 50 centsI 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 Hyomei holds goods and I will refund the money toanydissatis tied purchaser who simply states that he has used the treatment according to directions and not been helped Respectfully yours R E McRoberts PUBLIC SALE Blue Grass Farm Crop Having decided to quit farming I will on Thursday January 25 1906 at my residence near Manse Garrard County Kentucky sell to the highest bidder my farm of ninety three 93 acres of good rich fcrtilt land in high state of cultivation It Is well Improved Has good fencing a good cottage of six rooms one hall and three porches Also good cellar lasting cistern good ontbaildingstro lasting ponds2 lasting springs two good stock barns one good house of four rooms and one porch Also fruit of all kinds with a number one good grape arbor ThIs farm lays well and can all be cultivat ed Twentyeight acres to go In corn and In 1906 Twenty acres sowed In wheat with a good stand and the remainder In grass It Is onequarter mile of post oflice church good public school store and blacksmiths shop on the Lancaster and Richmond pike y miles south of Paint Lick 8 miles u rth of Lancaster the county seat of Garrard The community for quiet sobriety and cannot be surpassed At the same time and place I will also sell a lot of hop and cattle one extra good Jersey mUch cow eight head of horses one good harness mare sired by Honor a son of Red Wilks her dam was by Member Prince one yearling filly by Cecillan Chelf and out of the Honor mare one good fouryearold road mare sired by Hax Hall dam by Emperor Wllks good gentle driver two good threeyearold mares one good twoyearold filly one good family and farm horse one brood mare in foal to Jack Farming Implements Consist of one drill one corn planter disc bar row one smoothing harrow one cultivator two turning plows one mowing machine two double shovels one twohorse wagon all In good repair and other things too numerous to mention Also one good rubber tire buggy and harness one good brake cart and road cartCrop consists of three stacks of hay one hundred shocks of sngar cane one hundred shocks of good corn fodder and five binds of oats Terms of Sale The farm will be sold In three equal one third cash ia hand one third in one year and one third in two years with six per cent interest from day of sale until paid with lien on the land to secure the last two payments and Interest The stock Sad crop will be sold on six months time for all sums of twenty dollars or more with six per cent interest from day 01 sale until paid under twenty dollars cash in hand Possession of farm will be given at any tune when terms of sale are complied with Sale to begin at 9 am Dated this tk day of December 1966 W P Prewttt AactKirksTUl Ky IS i mi S i J little nearestbreath flowers itcomes unhappiness treatment dyes iease a medicine purchaser OF and Stoct a tenant tobacco christiani- ty gentle a combined combined hundred t payments TB ti RUtBgY5 MnH Commissioners Sale of Laud GARRARD CIRCUIT CounT T B Bright Etc Puffs vs Robert Etc Def is By virtue of a judgment in theabove action rendered at theNovember Tern 1U05 of the Garrard Circuit Uourr l will on MONDAY 22 100G publicly before the Court lluuu door in the City of Lancaster UariuiuCounty Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder tile following decribed real property in GarrardCounty 011 the wuieit ol beginning at figure 1 a stone in new corner to D V Dunns part of tractthence south 40 west passing D W Dunns corner to a stone at 31 p whole line 41 30 poles to a stake near a cedar marked as pointer thence south 80 west 28 3 pules to a white oak marked thence south east 4 to a stake on the cliff of Dix River thet ce Buford Ford thence down the same with its meanders north 83 west 10 poles north 68 west 32 poles nun li 57i west 28 poles nor h 51 wst 30 pules north 78 west 35 pules north 83 west 20 poles to a stake on the west side of tbe road at Fishers Ford on Dix River thence north 5 west 11 poles to a stake on said road thencenorth 12 west 10 pules to a stakethence 82 east 48 poles to a dead white oak an old corner thence with the middle and meandering of same north east 26 north 01 east 16 poles north east 40 poles north 78 east 34 poles north 50 16 poles north 68 east 34 poles north 74 east 1540100 pulps north east 23 poles north CO fast 12 poles north 72 east 100 poles to a stake In the middle of the road corner to the part allotted toD VV Dunn thence division line south42 east 92 poles to the beginning con 179 acres one and 17 pnle Said land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and for said money payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner 6 per centinterest per annum from of sale untilpaid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may if thebond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also retained upon said property sold until the payment of purchase money J M Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Harding Attys for Plff This January 3rd 1001 Commissioners Sale BOYLE CIRCUIT COURT Robert Under vouci c PuTs vs Thomas Underwood Deft IN By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of the Boyle Circuit Court rendered thereof906 in the above cause I shall proceed to otTer for sale at the Housedoor in Lancaster Ky to the highest bidder at on MONDAY JANUARY 22 1900 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day a credit of six months the following described real estate and being in Lancaster Gar County Kentucky on the 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 and conveyed from the North side of said No 43 by Merrell to Arnold It is same sold and conveyed to James Underwood decd by James I Hamilton and Judith Ham on December 23 1898 now in the Garrard County Clerksoffice deed book No page 6 This sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds among of James Underwood decd and of subjecting the one ninth interest of Thomas Underwood to the of a debt of Robert Underwood as administrator of James Underwood decd for 56000 with interest thereon at 6 percent per annum from Sept 30 1904 until paid and costs amounting to about 12485 and proceeds of said oneninth interest of said Thomas Underwood will be applied after applying the of asale of said Underwoods one ninth Interest in certain real estate sold in Boyle County by me as on January 15 1906 to the payment of the balance of said debt For the purchase price toe purchaser with approved securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms REEDS HIOHOLS Master Comr Boyle Circuit Court Old Papers For Sale At This Office 2 t I lot cedarl II middleSOl 131 39 23 10 K y EQUITY at the ard West- side Inches II ton recorded proceeds Commissioner Bidders Di wi ta cl 1 t b j Blight JANUARY tot tt non cat itiing aol eat sue ROTH WELIL toe No Case of Pneumonia on Record There is no case on re cord of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after and TAR had been taken It stops the heals the lungs and pre vents serious results from a coldDo not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some un known preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine A Sivirt Cold for Thru Months The following letter from A J Nus baum of Batesvillc Ind tells its own story I suffered for three months with- a severe cold A ma some medicine and a physician improveIand eight doses cured me Three sizes 5c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six as much SOLD AKD RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC IE Stormes GIVEN FREE The Cincinnati Enquirer has just ssused a New Valuable up to date Wall Chart of three Sheets six pages longTheMap of Ohio the most beautiful re located all Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits of all the Governors On other pages of this Magnificent Chart are of the United States vith portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal Jnited States one of the greatest attemptedA the Russia fapanese War district with data and letails of the two great Armies and A map of the World with Names Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of ill Nations Steamship Routes with Jata and of great worth mapsAn point jesired and is so simple a can inderstand it The Chart is new orrcct and up to date making it an nvaluable educator or the Home School Library or CollegeThe price is 250 yet its vorth is many times greater The Snquirer Company is this chart Free to subscribers of the veekly Enquirer who remit one dollar or a years subscription or for a re newal of old subscription Agents can eap a rich harvest soliciting orders or this grand offer Address ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio serious FOLEYSHONEY coughand times ew bringinghis great3hip includinghe f PhilippineIslands tore American Slaves E ICcJRoberts Emancipatio Act that will free Thousands R B E McRoberts Lancasters leading druggist is ready to restore freedom to many who have been In absolute Slav ryNo one appreciates better than the victim of indigestion that he is an bject slave to hIs stomach and Mr BE McRoberts in guaranteeing that Ulolan will strengthen the stomach D that you can eat what you want and Then you want it removes all fear of further bondage The stomach Is to the body what be foundation is to the house and it is weakened or diseased one orgaaajtmr aaotoer is affected until 4 i Risen ti t c aaE the heart lungs kidneys and liver will all be involved Indigestion causes nervousness sleeplessness head aches backaches distress after 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 the secretions and restoring health Ask BE McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Mi o na A large box of the tablets sells for 50 cents but costs nothing unless it v promoting cures sert 4 4r