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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906 ravaB r MORE HEAT I LESS ICoal Dirt Smoke I Ashes Etc Let me warm your house with a FURNACE I You can have every room warm for the same amount of coal you are useinl In t or 2 grates See write or phone me for pi Ices Q R HASELDEN Roofing Guttering Iand PLUMBING nrAW l1JJl WmHerndon G Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store R L DAVIDSON IAttorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business OCHRIS FARIS i l I Office over Thompons store Dauville lit MARi a- Sx1cinctwriarr BootsShoesRubbers Cost LeastWear Best III Salesman E c 11 D u A D oacl aDD J Dentist USE BOCJS- Soo rzx UUYANTSVILLE Misses Maret entertained very in formally Friday evening There is talk of a K P lodge being organized at this place Miss Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Messrs Tom Dunn and James Sad dler spen Sunday in Lexington Miss Mavme Lee Ballard will go to Lexington in a few days for a visit to relativesMiss Boner has returned home after a visit to relatives in Jessamine called to 111 where his wife is quite sick of pneumonia Rev Stancill of Harriman Tenn was here several days in the intrest of the University of Harriman Several of the farmers have sold their hemp at 4 75 per 100 lbs while others are hoping to do better There will be preaching at the Methodist Church Sunday morning and evening by the pastor Rev W D WelburnMiss Johnson began a select school at this place Monday Miss Johnson is one of the host popular teachers in the county Miss Elizabeth Bryant is one of the Banner Sunday School scohfars of Ky she being absent only one Sunday Mrs Mae Stedman and children Jacob and Ophelia left Friday for Frankfort where they will reside We regretted to give them up very much There will be a bank meeting of the stock holders of the Bank of Bryants ville at the bank on Thursday Jan 25 1900 at three oclock Every one is requested to be present Cr Ben Swope entertained the young people very pleasantly Tuesday evening at his home in the country During the evening dancing was en every one present had a most delightful time PKEAUUERSV1LLE Ballard Bros bought 11 head of cattle for 3 cts Miss visiting at Mr Bob Thompsons Rev Thos Owens who has been sick for some time is improving Mrs Todd of Berea Ky is visiting her son Rev G V Todd and family Mr George King will have a sale of his stock house hold gods etc 23rd I I J Innle Burnside MrJamesSpoonamorewas I in four years and that on account illness I I jov band u Hattie Brownhasbeen W H Brown bought some butcher stuff from John Horton for 3 to3t cts P E Parish bought some steer calves from MrsStigall for 1100 per head Miss Fannie Thompson was visiting Mrs Dr Brown at Stanford Monday- R D Pettus sold a span of mules to James Pettus of Stanford for a fancy priceW D Elmore bought some fatshoats from Win C Hutchins for 44o per hundredB bought 403 barrels of corn from Grimes and Bell for 82 00 per barrel Miss Kale Payne has been visirlng her brother and sister Mr and Mrs J F Payne Rev J W Simpson P E held his sec ond Quarterly meeting Lawson chapel IastSunday Mrs Sam Ballard and children were visiting her father and mother Mrs B T Lunceford lastSunday F F Cummins gave the young folks a candy pulling last week which was highly enjoyed by all present Born to the wife of Mr J S Ken nedy a fine boy Also to the wife Mr Henry Sutton a fine boy There is a very interesting Singing School in progress at Harmans Lick church conducted by Mrs Saylor McCREARY Claude Sadler leaves this week to join his parents in Decator 111 Mrs Roy Beazley has been quite ill but is much better at present Jesse Layton bought of Gaines of Lancaster one bay horse for 165 Mr Robert Price and family visited the family of Mr Davis Coffey Sunday Mr Marshal Sutton and wife were the guest of Mr and Mrs CoHeres Sun day Miss Cleo Royse has returned from a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs J R Curd near Burgin Mr John has returned from Louisville where he disposed of his crop of tobacco averaging over 10 all around Layton accompanied by her sister in law from Winchester was visiting the family of Mr J H Posey recently Mrs Lizzie Walker celebrated her 50th birthday last Wednesday brother sister and grandchildren being the invited guests quite a pleasant day was spent all wish her many returns of the happy event I I I I I I I I I I Ii I Pendl ton Mrs Rllda 4 6lothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods- at your own PRICES for the next THIRTY DAYS We must get them out of our house in order to make room for the im mence Terms Cash H T Logan ttJI IIII iJ OOOOMMOOOOOMHOMMOOOooMoooo I OOOM OOOOOOOOO I I SPRING STOCK OOQOOO OQOOQQSC I we make special in ducements this time of year on anything in our line of Furniture Carpets Mat Bugs Lace Curtains Etc Buy now while everything is cheap although whole sale prices have advanced 5 to ro per cent Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley A Co Beazley Undertaker r REMEMBER 1 I tin J A I r I irterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 o n To Our Friends In wishing our friends a Happy arid 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 II 1m I s JSI IRoomsthe I I I o o t I JI If1 rtiI1 0 Jr fI HLIJ 3 ct vC J Ii i k i i LJ ir a rrr uvv rw I rl 0 H I I I I Joseph ercanile eompiny wtrcsmsuom JP I I can furnish you with the best grades of for cash or exchange for Corn Hay Etc Bran Chop Oats Corn Millet Clover and Timothy H- ayField SeedsClover Timothy Oats Blue Grass Millet Etc Ballards FlourIn barrels or 100 lbs sacks I will appreciate a share of you purchases of any of the above articles Prompt Telephone No 26 I am in the market at all times and pay CASH for Corn Hay Oats Wheat Etc 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 tWNtr rIVAW JttWJ- MlJtCO PIi Ii E I jI1VtJ1 A WWiA AA JW1itl I II r t e- L M1COAL 11 delivery RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 7C50i CO Overdrafts 74 Due from hanks 19058 79 Banking House and Lot 1000 W Mortgages IfiOSJ 00 Cash 70 22 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Fund i0tt 00 Individual Deposits 10327030 IGOOO 00 M F 3t CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS W C Flail I DipyccroRs Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance A new car load of Wire Fence Best Fence on the Market Ask our prices on Collars Collar Pads Hames Straps Back Bands OR ANYTHING YOU NEED ON YOUR FARM ROMftNS 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 II I I I I I I I I eee eeeeee4ee444e eeeeeeeeee eeeee eeeere Cheaperand than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Fertilizers GrainsSeeds 4 i WROUND D MANFij BY- y a N convoanreo IN Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Potatoes Poultry Supplies Onion Sets Weekly Price List mailed to who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedstnan LEXINGTON KY lIDiiIm1 JIIII Portland and Black Diamond Cement II III Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint Store r1Ill u 1 lIriiJJl rrI merchants j- d b d CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kyt at SteondOati Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Lancaster Sy January 19 1906 Local Notes Next Monday is county court day and a large crowd is expected The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian Church will meet with MrsJ C Hemphill The 14th of Feb and 22 of Feb have been reserved ror the Ladies Aid for iutertainment which they will advereise later The county supervisors have splendid work having increased value olaced on the taxable property about 100000 Jno Pendleton of McCreary sold Louisville 1 hhd tobacco at 12 75 at 13 25 1 at 8 90 1 at 7 00 10 45 at home Jim Ray the negro accused of Jno Adams barn on the Sugar Creek pike was held tocircuit court the sum of 200 His son was also in the same sum W S Rogers district of the Kentucky Childrens Society was here this week and a good lot of subscriptions that noble institution Tin Shower The children of the Christian church Sunday School gave a tin shower their superintendent W 1 Monday night it being the tenth anniversary of his marriage A Popular Entry The name of Miss Mary Lear Paint Lick has been entered in the list of contestants for the tour of Europe to be given by the Courier Journal Mi s Mary is one of the most popular and attractive young ladies in the county and her friends will do all in their power to assist in landing the coveted prize New Grocery Messrs Theo Curry and Horace K Herndon have rented the store room just vacated by J Joseph and will put in a large stock of groceries Both have had experience in the grocery business and will keep their stock ight up to the minute Watch the columns of The Record for their an nouncementof opening Will Make Needed Improvements The Fiscal Court is contemplating having some remodeling done on the court house including the installation of a steam heating apparatus It cer tainly needs it for althouthoneof handsomest and houses in Kentucky is unquestionably the most inconvenient and uncomfortable Getting Along Well Stewart Sanders whose hand was badly cut by a saw at the mill is do log very well and will be able to get about in a few days He is a brother of Mr J M Sanders and been connected with the mill for quits a while His many friends were distressed to hear of his misfortune but are glad the in juries were not more serious Much Work Ahead The Knights of Pythias lodge was never in a better condition that at present The membership is large and the lodge composed of splendid men They meet every Friday night and have euough work ahead to keep them busy for at least two months The officers now are G M Patterson C C Will West Jr V C W 0 Dunlay prelate Ed Walker I G Robert Walker O S Uncle Joe Hopper Better The many Lancaster friends of Uncle Joe Hopper will be delighted to learn that the noted evangelist has about recovered from his recent ill ness which overtook him while con ducting a revival in Louisville For a time he was threatened with pneu mania but careful nursing warded ofT the disease He is the bestknown evangelist in Kentucky and has done noble work Will Go To Panama Mr Ollie T Wallace of this county has accepted the position of private secretary to E S Benson chief auditor of the canal commission His regular headquarters will be in but he will accompany Mr to Panama about the last of this month where they will remain for several weeks Mr Wallace is a fine young and deserves the good pos itlon he has been given Honor for Garrard Boy The Union Bank Trust Co one of Lexingtons new financial was successfully opened last Monday and is one of the largest in the city Some of the most promient people in Lexington are interested and the best business men of the city A Garrard county man Mr Woolfolk is cashier He here several ago to his in that city and his rise has been remarkable His friends here Jn 1s old home rejoiceJn his success f t l Society burn- Ing i i f i i j I l best i petit Jr i I I Washington I Benson don th a i bet llom received t t o built man and institution the officers are WHIT left years make home i 1 LAST CALL Those owing taxes to the city of for 1905 must pay same be fore Feb 1st 1906 or I will take steps to collect itS D Ruthwell Collector Fun Fun at the U rooms Friday even fug the 20th beginning at 730 Nice regreshments all for 15cts Sunday Subjects Eld F M Tinders subjects for next Sunday morning is We reap that which we sow and the theme for evening discourse is Prosperity for our city Tobacco Crop Sold Thompson Fothergill of Stone sold their crop of 4930 pounds to Ware at G i cts The crop was raised on three acres and would have brought a better price had it not been a little house burnt Entertainment Friday Night The members of the Christian of the Christian church will have a social entertainment at the church Friday night the 19th to which all the young people in Lancaster are invited There will be no e fee but each person is e to bring a pound of something to eat Social at Fairview Church Dont forget the social at Fair View e next Saturday evening at 7 oclock Jan 20 Refreshments served and an enjoyable evening expected The small sum of 15cts will be charged for the benefit of the church Everybody church Myrtle Co No 24 the uniform rank of Knights ofPythias which was organ ized recently are doing very well and the drills every Wednesday night are largely attended W 0 Dunlap is cap lain G B Swinebroad 1st Will West 2nd Lieutenant Walker right guide G M Patterson left guide Herbert Kinnaird has been commissioned Major for detached ser vice To Prevent Cruelty State Senator Jack Chinn has Intro duced a hilt in the legislature to pre vent the use of steel traps He says he has had a number of fine dogs injured by them he knows of many instances where fine sheep and other animals have been injured and beside the trap is the most cruel instrument in use He says a man who will treat an animal so cruel is mean as the devil and he wants a law placing a heavy fine on any man who will set one Kentucky Press Association The midwinter meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association will be held inFrankfort next Tuesday afternoon and evening and indications point to a large attendance The main feature of the meeting will be an address by William L Yischer the noted wit and hum jrous writer of Chicago Another feature will be an address by Hon A Y Ford of Louisville A number of papers pertaining to newspaper work will be read during the day As has been fre duently published these mid winter meetings are for business and the pleasure features are cut out Wellknown Garrard People Marry Jessamine Journal At Kaneas City Mo January 4 Mr Jas H Arnold and Mrs J Edna Wilmore The bride groom is one of Kansas Citys most aggressive business men and the bride who was formerly of Jessamine isasis H C Hemphill and Mrs Margaret Folger After the ceremoey Mr and Mrs Arnold left for an extend ed trip through Mexico At the Me thodist parsonage by Dr W F Taylor Jan 10 G 3 Smally and Miss Hettie Lane were united in marriage The attendance were Messrs Robert Dun can C C Smally Misses Walton and Isom all being from Garrard county excepting Miss Walton who is from Louisville Will Likely Be Acquited The many friends of Mr Paul Miller midshipman at Annapolis will be glad to know that he will likely be acquitedof the charge of hazing for which so many of the cadets have been arrested and are to undergo trial Since its institution Annapolis has been known as the greatest place for hazing in America and every young mss there has indulged in it la tact nothing was thought of the practice until recently when several cadets were injured It was then that the authorities determined to stop it and many arrests followed Miller graduate and the daily papers say be will not fill below No 3 in the class of over a hundred He is spoken of highly by the officers as he has stood at the head of his classes each year R F D Carries Get Right of Way It would be well for drivers of wag ons to remember that allUnitedStates mail carriers have the right of way in public highway when on duty says the Rural Free Delivery News They cannot be driven into the ditches by heavy loaded wagons without violation of the United States mail law and If a collision Is made by so doing and mail delayed it will not belong thereafter until a Deputy United States marshal will be looking for certain parties who will answer to a call at a U S court This law applies not only when a but applies to those in front of the mail as well When the mail makes an effort to pass for our calendars WeT admission requested t fromdWednesdaye Lieutenant- o Stephens terof Mrs next month c JY fC Lancaster year Si ot ground Endeavor Is- o meeting vehicle Waft t 12- t vd Court Day Dinner Served at Miss Lena Brights on Water street Jan 22 of 1906 at 25 cents New Boarding House I rented the Anderson property just below Thompsons jewelry store and fitted up a first class boarding house The rooms have all been thorugnly overhauled papered painted making every room bright clean and attrac live Will appreciate your patronage Mrs John Ballard will give in the art of painting to any wLo may disire begining January 20th Lessons in Oil Water Color China painting and Crayon She also wishes to organize a Saturday class in free hand drawing for the school children She will be glad to talk with any one who may be interested in this work For prices and paricularc see her at her home on Richm ond Street tf j j MISs Sallie Elkin I Instructions EXSIIBUIKF BILLY LAWSON Garrard county never had a more faith ful or deservedlypopular official He is everybodys friend Harriet Patterson widow of Bob Patterson both wellknown colored people died at Lexington Tuesday and was buried in the colored cemetery here yesterday She was a daughter of the late Sid Duncan one of the most prominent and honorable colored men Garrard county ever produced She was a sister of Henry Duncan Happiness the best Beautifier The woman who presists in looking on the bright side of life magnifying every joy and ignoring so far as possible unpleasantness or sorrow cultivates beauty lines and health beyond the skill of any practitioner A few simple remedies should be on every toilet table however A good face cream warranted not to produce a growth ot hair as many inferior preparations do a simple astringrent for use as a mouth wash and diluted for an eye water a tooth powder or paste to aid the brush in keeping the teeth free from a simple well indorsed hair tonic a box of powderer borax or bath powder to soften water used for baah fag which is too often hard and im pregnated with substances that render it harmful to the skin Philadelphia Inquirer May Live 100 years The chances forlivinga full century are excelent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynesville Me now 70 years old She writesElectric Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me feel as well and strong as a young girl Elec tric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver diseases Blood disorders General and bodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at McRoberts drug store Price only 50c im Stockholders Meeting There will be n meeting of the stockholders of the Bunk of Bryautsville held at their bank lug house Jn Bryautsville on Thursday Jan uary a 1UOO at oclock p m for the of electing olllcers J M SMITII CASHIER Strayed or Stolen Strayed from my place in Richmondpike about 2 weeks ago a small jersey cow with leather collar She has 3 teats one on leftside and 2 on right Any information thank fully receive S B Jennings Lancaster Write A Letter to any member of The City Council or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShoot ing or any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as far as possible Back up your of ficers by YOUR MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if you are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you whole out fear or favor Dont say the officers are In collusion with vice unless you can factA I to or 4 impurities I I 30 Lancaster- on I 8 thinktell I O CXJk 4 liit1 f Jc 1 Debil- Ity purpose suspicion substantiate K Y 1 1 Paints Oils and Pony Window Glass AIJy SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength McRoberts Store The Amount and Permanence of pour income depends on your holdon your customers y Your hold on your customers depends on their confidence in you fTheir confidence in you depends on their experience with tho company in which you insure them Protect yourself by giving them Good Policies t J H KS NAiRD J General BiisnraiiccBy special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone Xoai Residence No 7 4 Tininvite you to inquire for prices on Tin and all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing flow prices for a short time 3 This is your opportunity your patronage solicited 3 LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKER Vie Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5M SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY 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 II II I Ie I L I I rug Ii2 ooot OOOOOOCOO I FREE mnnrrn nrurrnrrrrnrnr Shop EVeRoofingGuttering E I Conn Brosjjjjjjjlijjjmjlimjilmmmmllljll I I I I DIRECT lS fifi fifiififilfi fi r In 1 IA1JI1111U111I111J11111 1111 a WHO FILLS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Plwsicans Prescriptions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc I WSFISH MtLicUy NOTICE TO CREDITOR Garrard Cirquit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr Phi Sabra Holland c Deft All parties haying claims against the Halcomb deceased will the same properly proven the undersigned Commis sloner of the Garrard Circuit Court on before the 26 day of February 1906 This January 4 tb 1906 3 M Rothwell Master Comissioner Garrard Circuit Court I am closing out my stock of Watches jewelery c at cost If you wantsome bargains call on T bet vs 11 t Thompson F1f 1 k SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky POSTEDThe undersigned Hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law and Fishermen especially notice Tompson J II Rigsby RG Pettus D M Anderson- J L Hutchins SwQeiiey Morgan Wm Coldiron S C Rigsby Jas R Henry M rs P D Gill H C Miller W S Ferguson WL Lawson W A Wheeler Mrs Daniels nearsightedand AJ V TItoJcpIbALASilj prosecute Hunter WR Cook d fiF4W 3 2 i f nI I FENCEwill interest you ELKINU i Our prices on i f t N MOUNT Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention cf the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are Interested in Mrs W T Short visited her sister Mrs C D Powell the first of the week Mrs Bowen Givens who has been ill at her honia at Hubble is reported betterMiss Allcen Bourne is visiting friend and relatives in Nicholasville and Lex Capt W J Kinnaird of San Antonio Texas has been with his parents for a few days Mrs B F Walters has accepted a in the Hamilton Dunlap Furniture store Mr and Mrs J S Bowman of Lewis county have been visiting W G An derson and family Miss Elixibeth Hudson entertained the past week in honor of Mr1 B Jen niugs and bride Misses Mary and Gertrude Noel of Danville have been visiting their aunt Mrs J M Hyatt Dr Donlad McDonald and wife of Danville have been Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Mrs J P Grant who has been visit ing her mother Mrs Harriett Price has returned to Danville Mr James Hatcher and bride have returned from Tennessee and taken rooms at Miss Lena Brights Mr Sam S Short of Westervile Ohio has returned home after a short visit to C D Powell and family Danville Advocate Miss Bessie Poindexter of Garrard county is the guest of Miss Mollie Veatch Miss Margaret Zanone has returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs Gco Spoonumore at Stanford Miss Jessie Doty leaves today for Nashville where she will accept a position with her sister Miss Hatte- MrR G Ward of Cincinnati wcs here this week mingling with the many people who wish he would and be one amongst us Courier Journal Miss Violet Pres ton informal reception on the evening of Jan 5 at the beautiful home of her parents 2207 Floyd st Mrs M D Hughes left yesterday for a visit to her daughter Mrs Percy No land at Seattle Wash She will stop for a few days with her son R E Hughes in Louisville Mr Hugh Burdett who left for In diana about live years ago has been on a visit to friends and relatives here for several days He is engaged in farming at Bainbridge and tells us well and is well satisfied in his new home r I I io ton position I an doing very i J it i visiting I return gave i his e Mr Ware McRoberts has accepted a positio with J M Robinson Norton Co Louisville the largest dry goods house in the South Ware is a worthy man and we predict for him a future Ills Lancaster friends will regret to learn of the illness of Mr R E Henry at his home in Arkansas He has ap pendicitis and will have to undergo an operation lIe was connected with this olllcc for some years and one of Lancasters most popular young men Mr Ira McLaren and family former ly or Galien Mich have decided to make their home in Lancaster and he has accepted the position of assistant agent at the depot lIe was formerly cashier in a wholesale establishment in Chicago but came to Kentucky for b2iieiit of his health WEEK Outline of the Program of Big Event in Louisville Next June The programme for Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 to 17 when one hundred thousand farmer Kentuckians are expected to go back to their native heath is rapidly taking shapeThe first nay Wednesday June 13 will be known as Reception and Wel come Day the second June 14 as Foster Day the third June 15 as Danirl Boone Day the fourth June 16 as Greater Kentucky Day and the fifth Sunday June 15 as Until We Meet Again The address of welcome is to be delivered by Henry Watterson and responded to by Davfd R Francis of Missouri Others on the programme are Win Lindsay John G Carlisle John M Ilarlan Thos T Crittenden Adlai Stevenson etc There will be a civic and military parade on the first day and every county in the State will establish head quarters in the new Armory which is the second largest building of the kind in the United States On Foster day there will be several events in memory of the author of My Old Kentucky Home including the un veiling of a statue of Foster which will later be cast in bronze and placed in the new Capitol at Frankfort Boone Day will be one of the features of the week during which fiere will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskingsand old fashioned dances The Commercial Club has offered a handsome medal to the person on Daniel Boone Day who can prove the closest relationship to the great pioneer On Greater Kentucky Day there will be barbecues and orators will be given the oppor tunity to tell how Kentuckians have helped make other States greater by their having lived in them On Sunday former Kentuckians will fill all the pulpits in Louisville Send names and addresses of any former Kentuckians you may know to R E Hughes Secre tary Commercial Club Louisville K HOMECOMING C successful E Daniel ci toptires etc Come and see our large line of Our Prices are way down See our Electric Rangesa- nd we will save you money HASELDEN ROBINSON STOVES f i 1 Cooking c I a r nd r 4Sapt t BUCKEYE Mrs Mat Harvy has been visiting friends in Madison Mrs JUlIa Walker who has been quite sick is improving- T O Hill bought of A C Miles one work mule for 120 A C Miles sold to Jim Warren a family horse for 47 50 Miss Beatrice Ray visited her sister Mrs Prentis Walker Sunday Robert Witt sold to Mr Cobb of Jassamioe a nice mare for 140 Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw and handsome little son Kyler were Mr T O Sunday Bro Ellis filled his regular at this place Sunday he was called as pastor for the ensuing year Misses Will and Bessie Pearce visited their sister Mrs Oscar Riy Sunday Burton has been quite sick with tonsilitis but is much better at this writing Mr James Hardwick is thinking of going to Lexington his many friends regret his leaving This leaves us with out a blacksmith as Mr Grow has moved to Teatersyille Miss Ruby Scott closed a most ex school at Teatersviile on last Wednesday and celebrated the oc cision by driving to Lancaster and gating married to Mr Ed Hendrickson of Byrantyille Her many friends here wish her a long and happy life and may no clouds of sorrow rise to dim their pathway BOURNE Miss Aertna Ilamm is seriously ill of nerveous prostration Brthur Smith sold 830 Ibs of tobacco to Sam Morford at 6 cts per lb W H Duncan bought a bunch of fat hogs of different parties at 4 cts Miss Emma Dunn of Nicholasvillr is with friends and relatives here Harrison Duncan bought a nice two year old tilly of J H Turner for 109 Mr V lute Marsee of Marksbury was visiting Miss Rovesta Turner last weekJ Turner bought a nice colt of of Bryantsville price 00Mr Marsee of Middlesboro is the guest of his sister Mrs Joel MarseeMiss Adams of Lancaster has been visiting her uncle Mr James McWilliams N Alridye of Stanford is spending several weeks with her par ents Mr and Mrs J P Hamm Mr John Smith and son of Jessa mine were visiting his father Mr Reuben Stinnett Saturday and Sun dayMr Sam Raines purchased a new tired buggy at Wilmore last week Tile girls are all smiling behind their ears and wondering who will get the first ride MT HEBRON Mr Dunn Scott moved last Thursday to house recently erected at this placeMiss Jennie Lou Rogers of Marcllus is the pleasant guest of Miss Leola ScottMr Elgan Montgomery bought nice harness horse from Mr J C Crawford for SIlO Mrs Montgomery is the guest of her daughter Miss Ella Montgomery at BryantsvilleMiss Duncan entertained a few friends at a social last Wednesday eveningSalIle Marian the little daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Montgomery is very ill with pneumonia Miss Lucy Marsee closed I he public school at Bourne last Friday with a spend d entertainment Miss Marsee is a fine teacher and much liked by all Miss Lucy Marsee closed a very suc cessful school here Friday A most interesting entertainment was given by the pupils Miss Marsee has taught here several years and is one of the most oflicient teachers we haye ever bad Mr Edd Hendrickson of Marksbury and Miss Ruby Scott of this place drove to Lancaster last Thursday and were married by Rev C S Eilis The groom is a prosperous young farmer while the bride is an accomplished young lady May peace and happiness their steps attend FLATWOOD Mrs Wm Coldiron has returned from the mountains Jesse Baird has gone to Berea to attend school Mr James Clyde visited at Crab Orchard Sunday Wm Campbell went to Berea the first of the week on business Rev A C Baird filled his appointment Saturday and Sunday at Good Hope McCarley of Los Angeles Cal is visiting her niece Mrs W H FurrBill Lawson has moved to Jas Rodg farm near Preachersville and James Clyde has moved In to the house vacat ed by On last Tuesday night Miss Susie Walker Pointer were In marriage at the residence of Rev A C Baird that worthy divine official ing Beats The Music Cure To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place PoughkeepsieN Y Ul take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most re liable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for the Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 25c Ira visiting appointment Mr Wm recently c llent Mrs Stedtman Mayme Mrs T rubber his I Mrs R rot erS Rqyoe and m I Hills him united Live r r Business and Bargains Dollars become elastic at The Logan Dry Goods Co tf Best House and Roofing Paint Ilaselden Robinson tf Will buy rabbits at time highest market price II B Nortbcott 2t Bran Corn Chop Millet and Clover Hay Banks Hudson New goods arriving daily at The Logan Dry Goods Co tf Stoves of all kinds Ilaselden Robinson tf See Wards handsome decorated china Teas Saucers with plates to match at only 75 cts per set 21 Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson I want your sacked sausage will pay highest market price for them W H Ward 2t A Brand new line of pretty lIam Val and Torclioa laces at Tne Logan Dry Goods Co Cabinet mantels and grates Ilaselden Robinson tf If you get a statement for your ac count dons 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 Bring your eggs to Ward I will be at my office Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mitte A Dunn Supt Rooms to Rent suitable for light housekeeping Joseph Faulconer Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young aud in song tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Your orders for co 1 will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf The leading lloristis represented C Gaines towers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 Youve heard of moneythat talks thats all rikht but we have goods that talk and they talk in such a low strain as to make your money laugh The Logan pry Goods Co tf A 2 horse powerTreadwheel 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 routing work 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 Yes we going to continue in business andwe will show a com pets Notions and etc Wewill ap your patronage will give you satisfaction The Logan Dry Co tf All persons having belonging to the Teachers Library are requested to bring them in at once Amanda Anderson Librarian tf Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksbury aud Hudson ware house Call phone 16 or 2i R M West Co The examination for common school certificates will be held at my otliceon the last Friday and Saturday in Jan uary Mittie A Dunn C S Supt For chapped hands face or Frisbies Almond Cream It pos itively cure them Price tf Frisbies Drug Score Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experienced handling tlowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera mums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Repair Shop 1 have opened a harness shcp at W A Arnolds Livery stable and 1 am years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Dec 186 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 Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make office your office where I will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and where I can prices on coal and salt cheap both in yard or in 5 miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car lots Will trade any thing I for corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street A 815tf Quick Orders for flowers phone Ed C Gaines at 100 Subject to your Goods delivered within 6 hours tf Bells Flowers Go Promptly delivred with telephone and express perpaid when ordered through Ed C Gaines agt phone NolOO tf Disappointment your o r funeral design with Ed C Gaines representing the leading flo rust Orders filled day or night Tel ephonelOO tf I Cow Feep tf burs 2t o n Coal For Sale GoodsNotlosn and lI s ill 15c repairIng e urp ere h everywhere 1ft i C c S C b- Ed will 106tf are pred ate Goods books x Ingly y Inspection Avoid wedding y Halt 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 know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St Springfield III ays I regard itone of the absolute n essi ties of housekeeping Guaranteed by McRoberts druggisL25c 1m Wise or Otherwise borne mistake oblegations for opportunitiesConsideration fur others is a good brand of charity Wings of riches are used mostly for outward flight Heated argumeuts are very apt to cool warm friendships Many a man would rather tarry a large jag than a small baby The more money you have the easier it is to practice ecomony No man should attempt to command until he has learned to obey It is easier to make a new promise than it is to mend a broken one Occasionally a nun who refuses to face the music follows the band Love and jealousy arealways trying to take a fall out of each There will be universal peace when there is but one nation left on earth 5 A Modern Miracle Truly miraculous seemed the recov ery of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place writes J 0 R Hooper Woodtielc Tenn she was so wasted by coughing up puss from her lungs Doctors declared her end so near that her family had watched by her bed side fortyeight hours when at my urgent request Dr Kings New Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that im provement began and continued until she finally completely recovered and is a healthy woman to day cure for coughs and colds 100 at McRoberts Druggist Tria bottle free IM Calendars The custom of advertising on has grown to such an extent that we have made arrangements for a 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 vour order until we come The Record will have the finest line of calendars ever brought to lien tucky They will be here so dont give your orderto some foreign firm when supply your wants and save you money tf Jesse DJearcn Insurance 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 rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel Miss Sallie Tillet has an elaborate line of j distinctive g 1 HEADWEAR g It direct from the Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is 1 extended to all to call and 2 ft Ig see the new styles gs I SALLIE D TILLET 1 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 LAUNDRY 51 W Main St 202 Lexington Ky COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Queen Crescent Trains Corrected 1905 TKAIMI AT DANVILLE BOUHB Number 1 Daiir when fl ree U50 J Number 5 Dolly Nn berfU P SORTHBOFS- DHnabera D lly topi 430 pj Number DOM Not Btopi Number 10 Dallr top Connection made with Southern Railway toi lArolavlllo Lawrcnceburg they I men other Guaranteed 50c and calendars complete soon wecan r MaN Phones Dec 1 Number 31 tops when pm makes all atops when flagged am Aeat MiIIinery 0 e CplC4 444 44 444 eons stops 1105a mstop Number 6 Dail atODai 1 SOp x o m rt t n JL 00EE7 and see ifwe cant help you to save some of Uncle Sams Silver Ware By buying your Groceries and from us you can save it here with quote prices u- M x Ina are We cash 15c can lima beaus I2c 25c can baking powder 23c Jt JOe package corn starch 05c lOc can Armous pork and beans Oc lOc can baked beans and tomato sauce 2 for lfc 12 corn the best only lOc 12i tomatoes lOc o package puIClOttwashing of lye 04c 7 bars big deal soap 25c 12 bars good laundry soap25c gallons best oil 70c 7 Ills hand picked beaus 25c Ibs can pumpkins 2 macoroni loc 2 Ibs best rice 15c- II ii s pure apple vinegar 1 oc can ii for Hie- 21hs best Igallon 25c Give us a call and you will then see the many Bargains that await you Lancaster Grocery Co Our line of Druggist Sundries is complete in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and Talcum powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRISBIES DRUG STORE Stock of General Merchandise Bryantsville Kentucky This is the best stand to J goods in Kentucky My store is new clean and upto f date I will sell stock of goods and the store house can be 5f rented or leased for a term of years or it can be bought at a bargain This stock of goods is in the store house owned by Pet SC tus Bros and is the best business house in Garrard Coun ty I am doing a business of 1500 per month For full 3 particulars call on or address I A T SCOTT Bryantsville Kentucky 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 1900 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 00 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1906 ASK US FOR RATES LLJ IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt 1 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DEHIT Pr IdeaL JOHMI STOBMES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Jno JL Stormes W H Kinnalrd I I I I I I I I I OOCOOcooc OOOOOC OOC OO IIIor SaIe I Ig ellI IX IX x X I IiCOCCOOOOO OOOOOOC J H GALLAGHER o Vice 2 O t ic i w L a aaea eaaaa aaaaa inv pCHPO000OOOOOOOwOOm0OO04 0 O OM 1493 aay t r Preat 71 Robinson GNOKi O OrOO t THE CIttt olsuccdS I No Sir Yon cannot off me Ivebeen using August I was a boy and Ill have no other million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it prove that August Flower has had success the cure of indigestion and worst of health August Flower is a sure specific for all and intestinal that it is the best of all liver regulators qAugust Flower has a record over 35 in the of these distressing complaints e JTwo sizes 25C and 75C All For ale by R E IHcRoberta KILL PEACE CHIEFS CHEROKEES SLAY IN ANGER OVER TREATY Within Very Short Time Govern ment of OncePowerful Indian Tribe Will Be a Thing of the Past Last Legislature Tahlequah I story recalling the oldtime spirit of the Indians is told by those who are discussing the coming passing away of the Cherokee nation Tahlequah means place of refuge It was christened when the Cherokees after the pilgrimage from their old home east of the Mississippi settled here more than half a century ago It was a trag edy marked by the wailing of women and children and feelings of intense anger on the part of the men Three of the chiefs who signed the treaty ceding the old home of the tribe to the government were put to death in one day The fact that they had been able and loyal in their leadership did not count as against the great offense or one of these chiefs the right hand which had signed the treaty was cut off and thrown away before the death pen alty was inflicted Ten years were consumed in the to this country They came afoot on horseback and in wagons Bitter hardships were encountered and died on the way Spreading out from this valley they built homes in the wilderness In time towns were established with good schools and most of the advantages that go with civilization Courts and legislature were organized and were in later days attended with the corruption and favoritism that attends similar institutions in the states But it was their government and the people Were devoted to it Within a few months it will pass away The last chapter will then be closed and these people who have for centuries had a distinctive existence will be absorbed in the flood of white that is sweeping over the ter ritoryChief W C Rogers has called the last session of the Cherokee legislature to be held in the capitol building here in October The members will close up the affairs of the nation and appoint three leading men to represent the Cherokees In the allotment of lands which may not be completed for several years The tribal government will go out of in March 1906 The Cherokees gave 500000 worth of ONE NIGHT OUT loridaNew any Flow rsince dyspepsiathe qDOs it not afford the best evidence that millions TA being removal hundreds a they immigration existence pu V a1in on S I andI Cuba I reached comfort QUEER ICRESCHl ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special U SetTles luaarj Sth IWfc Solid PuHmaa Train Leave CINCINNATI fc35T XLESOKOTON 1140 P M DANVILLE 12 0 A M Dining ant Observation cats for Jack St Augustine via Chatta nooga and Florida Limited SoCd Train CINCINNATI aSOA11iBjawaTOH lass A M DANVILLE 1JJ5O A H Day Coaches Pullman TlaCaattanoogaAUantaaadBlnnBgni n Cresceat Solid train Cincinnati Dan vllle to New Orleans via Chattanooga and Birmingham also Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sole atreduced rates Far iniormaUon apply QMS W D P A OKtaMti To Hunters Ifly ou would know of acountry which abounds iu turkeys duck quail and other small game with many a good chance at deer get copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins on the Frisco It tells about hunting and fishing In the Ozarks and in Francis Valley Sent free on request by A Hilton General Agent Frisco System St Louis JMo via M Leave Sleepers Oilier yStlon and Dining tars at lUllJ Due Special to Jacksonythe via AsheviUe and c1IiI c P T A 11 A QJJIJIJIft Y Co squirrels le- St 1 tt 5 Neworles Zeal w sinsase-eent UCInsCINNATI ti InPass r er e 1 scnooi property Tne part pr it in vnicn UJFV take particular pride is tlie Cnero lee female seminary located on a hill in the outskirts of this city it cast 160000 and is attended by 250 pupils There are day and boarding schools throughout the eation with an attendance of about 13000 children A book on agriculture figures in tha course of study There are 40000 citizens of the Chero kee nation of whom 7000 are full bloods and 4000 freed slaves and their descend ants They care at public expense for their orphans and insane The latest report of their finances included these items School fund 623065 general 706659 orphan 380344 insane asy lum 55380 An effort to turn back the tide that gives no promise of success is being made by the Katooahs a society of full bloods GREEN PAPER WEDDING FEE Bridegroom Works Clever Ruse on the Squire in Camden Penn sylvania Philadelphia Driving up to the of Justice of the Peace Cross on Arch street Camden a young man and woman said they would like to get married Squire Cross quickly accom modated them The man gave his as Trenton while his bride said she lived on West Dauphin street PhiladelphiaAfter Cross had prepared a pretty certificate of marriage the groom exclaimed That certainly is nice Thats worth a dollar extra Turning to his new wife he asked for another dollar He apparently placed It in an envelope with some bills and gave it to the squire After they had left he opened the envelope expecting to find n fat fee What he did find was a roll of green PRISONER IN NAME ONLY This Kansan Was Selling Liquor While He Was Thought to Be in Jail lola fact was discovered by C L Evans assistant attorney that Curley Shea who was sen tenced June 8 to serve a term of 30 days in the county jail for violation of the liquor law was selling liquor in La Harpe July 4 27 days later and three days in advance of the expiration of his sentence The matter was brought to light when Shea was ar rested charged with selling liquor An examination of the records showed that Shea was supposed to be in jail at the time It has been freely charged that prisoners were allowed to run at large when they were supposedto be in jail but this is the first specific instance that has been uncovered as the the investigation of the assistant ittorney general Modern Miracle We often hear that the age of miracles s past but is it It is statistically 3hown that the grocers of this country within the last six years have sold 3500000 pounds of pure Mocha and Java coffee from the 137000 pounds imported into the United States COMES TO LIFE IN MORGUE One of Twins of a Gotham Laborer Resuscitated and Now in an Incubator Now York With an incubator and a bottle as its foster mother a cry small Delry will probably to rejoice wror regret its narrow escape from dratli Twins came to bless Mrs Carmela Dctry wife of Kcliofi Dctry a laborer The atoms of humanity breathed for an hour and tItan the flickering tame or their lives seemed to be rriiifferl out As any mother would Mrs Delry wept her husbands grief may have been tempered by the fact that be had no money to bury much less to support two children So Detry put the twins in a shoe Iwx it had held a pair of brooms placed the lid en the box and went to the morgue and asked the great city to bury his odad Detry welt away After a while Tim othy McCarthy an attendant hap pened to take the lid off the shoe box One diminutive Detry lay still as of clay which inleed it was The other baby opened its mouth and ut bred a faint squeak and clutched tiny fist McCarthy who has acquired presence of mind in tint morgue ran vith both battles to Kfllevue hospital Dr Drnry who inises babies by steam instantly saw that one Detry was alive and hastily put it in one of his Incubators which was promptly heated to an agreeable and stimulating temperature Little Detry fell asleep and awakening beeime acquainted with its foster mother Mr Drury thinks the baby fell into a stupor soon after birth and that it was revived by the warmth of the shoe where there was enough air for the needs of its puny lungs IS A MILLIONAIRE AGAIN Swiftwater Bill Noted Xontana Character Once More Finds Him self on Easy Street Butte Mont Swiftwater Bill at one time a wellknown character in Montana is on his feet again and will probably become a millionaire for the second time in his meteoric career said E F Willis of Farbanks Alaska Yes Swiftwater Bill as struck it again this time at Fairbanks he When I left he bad some proper ties that were paying and Urn indications are that he will quit 2000000 to the good Some years ago Bill cleaned up 845000 in Alaska but like many oth fis who made fortunes quickly no let the money slip through hIs fingers In about one year after he became an accredited millionaire Swiftwater Bill was a tramp Wine women and cards brought his downfall But he was game and went back to work again and for the second time Dame Fortune smiled in his direction He is on easy street now and will doubtless leave the north before long with a gripful of dust Many Butte men ieiaembef Swift water Bill U mae who e in i 1 text office residence other KanThe general result- t Workers milk baby str vive faintly apiece it box wooded paper- S added u iiintMiviy in tnis Country through his reported marriage to all of the four La Moro sitters The I i More sisters at one time ap peared at thn Casino in tills city and rumor had if that Swiftwater 11111 married all four He persistently denied the rumor but the story was spread broadcast throughout the Unitel States SUBSTITUTE FOR DYNAMITE Brooklyn Man Discovers a NonFre ing Powder Which May Revo lutionize Blasting New York Henry G NIcoll son of Court Attendant NIcoll of the supreme court Brooklyn and an expert on rock blasting is the inventor of a recently perfected rockblasting explosive known as Trojan nonfreezing powder which bids fair to supplant dynamite because of the increased power it exerts and the fact that it cannot be ignited by friction fire or concussion but only by means of the electric button in connection with the detonating cap and will not freeze under any exposure Mr NIcoll claims its advantages over dynamite are therefore evident- A practical exhibition test on a large scale of the efficiency of the Trojan powder as compared with that of nitroglycerin dynamite was recently made by the Allentown Nonfreezing Powder company In the large quarries sear Allentown under the direction of Mr NIcoll inventor The tests included the firing of a series of 16foot holes charged alternately with the new powder and with dynamite of the same weight and grade and of mud capping blasts in removing large blocks of stone which showed k is said the greater efficiency of the new explosive agent conclusively nonfreezing oung th i detached FARM tJ GARDEN A HANDY BAG HOLDER Farmer Tells Bow He Made One Which Did Better Service Than Many Others A subscriber in Stephenson county Illinois writes to the Prairie Farmer t saying I saw in your paper lately an illustration of 0 which I think I can teat I mak a frame at the bot torn of twoiuch strip 6x8 inches square with a solid wood back I For my hopper I i j i used sheet iron of an old binder cut f ting it to slant out at the top on three sides so that It will be easy to shovel into I then fastened one hook on each corner at the bottom to hang the bag on A twoinch strip three feet long was then bolted on to Mie fiat side of the hopper and in this a number of holes were bored Th s finished my bagholder and all I have to do is to hang it on a spike u ing the different holes in the strip for this purpose according to the size of the bag The illustration shows the plan This is another of those little that is useful to the farmer There are comparatively few thngs that are more useful than a gcod bag holder Ordinarily two men are re quired to do the work that one man can do if he has a bag holder that is practical It appears as though our Stephenson county Ill subscriter his a plan that will answer every Some will object to it on ac count of the hooks and the liability of tearing the bag but we venture even though there is some injury that the damage will not be so great but what the top of the bag will last as long as will the bottom where it comes in contact with the floor EGYPTIAN CLOVER One of the Great Forage Plants of the Nile Valley Being In Bere Within the last few years tare has been an important addition to our list of clovers in the form of Egyptian clover It is one of the great forage a bag holder devices trodu ed 0 S S S a i J I I c3 purpose EGYPTIAN CLOVER plants of Egypt and has become adapt ed to that country and to many of the other countries that border the Medi terranean There are many situations in this country where climatic condi Lions are similar to those of the Medi terranean lands and much is hoped for from this plant Its northern of growth in the United States not yet been defined SUGGESTIVE POINTERS A cupboard may be empty and yet contain food for thought Snow makes a good covering for the wheat fields but a poor one for implements Beware of bran which is adulterated with rice bulls This mixture din limit has harvest r ii t trees many nnlntais Now bo careful Look ahead Dont iwamp prices by dumping on the mar ket all at once too much of this big harvest IB tho grass on your lawn thin and of poor quality Scatter somo fresh seed Lull a good dressing of wood ashes over It There aro somo things It Isnt really worth while to try For Instance it Is not worth while trying to raise hornets for profit The potato crop In the United States Is not likely to be quite up to last years enormous yield but prices will be better we expect Husking corn after the earth be gins to freeze and thaw is one of tho preventable things that makes the boy want to leave the farm Farm Good Export Year Last year the United States pro duced In round numbers 522000000 bushels of wheat It is estimated that this years crop will be fully 125000 000 bushels and possibly 150000000 bushels larger In that event Uncle Sam will cut a noble figure In the export business The grain farmer of the United States is particularly fortunate this year in having a large crop and also a prospect of a good demand from the test of the world The natural demand for wheat increases year by year the grain becoming Increasingly popular at the expense of rye etc in certain countries of Europe The demand for outside wheat in England will be about the same as last year according to estimates and considerably larger than for 1903 The various countries of continental Europe are increasing their demands and the yearly consumption in France it now about eight bushels In Belgium 72 bushels and in other countries of Europe from a little over two bushels to about six bushels per inhabitant The other exporting countries which last year offset the exports of this country are likely to show a shortage this year These countries are Rus eta Australia and Argentina It is thought these except Argentina will have a small crop for export this year The Argentina crop is not far enough along for reliable estimate Its is an uncertain factor varying from year to year but the high price Of wheat the world over will no doubt stimulate quite a large acre age this year The shortage in Rus sia will be very pronounced approach ing almost famine conditions in sections It is evident also that a broad demand is being created in China and adjacent countries for American wheat and flour In the opinion of the American Cultivator all j these sources of demand are likely to take good care of the American rec ordbreaking crop including that of Canada and the behavior of the grain market indicates fair prices for the producer THE CHICK PEA A Legume of Ancient Origin Which Has Been Grown in This Country This is known also as Gram and Idaho pea It did not however origi nate in Idaho but in the east in Asia Minor It was the first leguminous crop to be cultivated and was wellknown to the ancient Greeks Journal official i I I certain I I I probably I wan I product Experimentally GRAM CICER ARISTINUM and Romans It is rather strange that this once best known legume shout now be so little known in this coun try It is however largely cultivated In Asia and in India 5000000 acres of land are devoted to its culture There his pea is a staple article of horse feed The yield of peas there is put at about ten bushels per acre thoug as high as 25 bushels are grown under exceptional circumstances says the Farmers Review It has been grown experimentally by the United States Department of agriculture and by sev stations of the Rocky mountain states Whether it is more valuable than other legumes In any location yet apparent VARIOUS HINTS Ask the rats what they are doing just now Mark the grain bags and label the seed packages To destroy garden snails and slugs sprinkle airslaked lime over plants which are being eaten Slugs will be killed In a short time if a small amount of the lime strikes them Lettuce spinach kale mustard and onions can be town in early October In open ground and with a little protec tion will live over and come out in the spring away ahead of springsown seed Try Hang on old bran sack on a nail in an outoftheway place in the barn and put into it all the stray bits of sloth straps and scraps of all sorts The rag man will be glad to get that sack when it is full and pay you enough to get all the currycombs brushes you will need Do you pour the potatoes into a deep bin rattletebang when you bring them in from the field If you do do not be surprised if they have black and bruised spots and do not keep well A potato is a tender root and will not stand such treatment Handle with care if you wish them to cone out Sood by as4 by ral It and i Snot S 4 daws upon you u 10 x j s resisting little temptations that you are growing stronger Phillips Brooks Tears are the dew on the flower 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 Is not possible to expect too much of God every anticl 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 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 Brlerley The best things are in your nostrils light in your eyes flow ers at your feet duties at your hand the path of God just before you Then do not grasp at the stars but do lifes plain common work as it comes certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things of life Iinpres sions 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 unhappi ness The less a man thinks about himself the happier mathematically and inevitably he is bound to be To love somebody to help somebody even to worry over somebody is a far more cheerful business than to be shut up to His Majesty myself Selfish ness always means unhanpiness Communication From R E McRoberts Offer to Refund Money if Hyomel Does Not Cure Catarrh To the Editor of the Central Record I have been asked recently if the advertisement printed in your columns regarding Hyomei were true when I offer to refund the money if this treat ment does not cure catarrh I wish you would please print this letter in as conspicuous a place as possible in your paper saying that we absolutely agree to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyoinei outfit If it does not cure catarrhThis outfit consists of an inhaler of a convenient size to be carried in the vest pocket so that the user can breathe Hyomel four or five times daily With this is included a med cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel The outfit sells for L 00 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 cents I trust this letter will settle any doubts that many have arisen as to have willingness to refund the money for a Hyomel outfit in case the is not perfectly satisfied- I wish to say emphatically that has guarantee on Hyomel holds goods and I will refund the money tied purchaser who simply states that he has used the treatment according to directions andnot been helped Respectfully yours R E McRoberts PUBLIC SALE Blue Grass Farm Crop and Stock Haying 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 fertile land In a hIgh state of cultivation It is well improved Has good fencing a good cottage of six rooms one halt and three porches Also good cellar lasting cistern good outbulkling3tvo lasting ponds2 lasting springs two good stock barns one good house of rooms and one porch Also fruit of all kinds with a number one good grape arbor Thi farm lays well and 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 ofllce church good pubtic school store and blacksmiths shop on the Lancaster and Richmond pike 3J miles south of Paint Lick 8 miles n rth of Lancaster the county seat of Garrard The community for quiet sobriety and Christiani ty cannot be surpassed- At the same time and place I will also sell a lot of hogs and cattle extra good Jersey milch cow eight head of horses one good harness mare sired by Honor a son of Red Wilts her dam was by Member Prince one yearling filly by Cecilian Cheif and out of the Honor mare one good fouryearold road mare sired by lisa Stall dam by Emperor Wilts a good gentle driver two good threeyearold mares one good twoyearold filly one good family and farm horse one 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 rubber tire buggy and harness one good brake cart and road cartCrop consists of three stacks of hay one hundred shocks of sugar cane one hundred shocks of good corn fodder and five hundred binds of oatsr Terms of Sale The farm will be sold in three equal pay ments one third cash in hand one third In one year and one third In two years with six per cent interest from day of sale until said with lieu on the land to secure the last two payments and interest The stock and crop will be sold on six months time for all sums of twenty dollars or more with six per cent interest from day of sale until paid under twenty dollars cash in hand Possession of farm will be given at any time when terms of sale are complied with Sale to begin at Dated this 29th day of December 1905 T R RAMSEY Man IT 8 It little approvesCanon nearestbreath purchaser to any dls OF tenant four can tobacco one gentle combined combined brood mare onegood lam W Pre1rIU Aect y h V 1 1ft rJI p iClrkiyflIe Commissioners Sale of Land GARBAKD JIUCUIT CounT Bright Etc PuTs VS Robert Bright Etc Defts By virtue of a judgment in the above action rendered at the November Term 1JOS of the Garrard Circuit Court 1 will on MONDAY 22 1000 publicly before the Court House door in the of Lancaster Garrara County Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder tile following describ ed real property situated in Garrard County ou the waters of Dix River and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at figure 1 a stone in new corner to D W Dunns part of tiactthence south 40i west passing D W Dunns corner to a stone at 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 101 east 4 poles to a stake on the cliff of Dix River theice south west 135 poles to a large ce dar on tile banks of Dix River below Buford Ford thence down the same with Its meanders north 85 west 16 poles north 68 west 32 poles nonh west 28 poles nor h 51 west 30 poles north 78 west 35 poles north 83 west 20 poles to a stake on the of the road at Fishers Ford on Dix River thence north 50 west 11 poles to a stake on said road thence north west 10 poles to a stake thence 82 east 48 poles to a dead white oak an old corner thence north with the middle and meandering of same north 80f east 26 poles north 61 east 16 roles north east 40 poles north 781 east 34 poles north 50 east16 poles north east 31 poles north 74 east 1540100 poles north 39 east 23 poles 60 east 12 poles north 72 east 2340 100 poles to a stake in the middle of 42 east 92 poles to the beginning con taining 170 acres one and 17 pole 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 sum cient surety for said purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner ost per annum from of sale untilpaid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if thebond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL CourtHardingJanuary 3rd 1906 Commissioners Sale BOYLE CIRCUIT COUUT KY Robert Underwood c PUTs vs Thomas Underwood Deft IX EQUITY By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of the Boyle Circuit Court rendered attheJanuaryTerm thereof 1906 In cause I shall proceed to otter for sale at the Court House door in Lancaster Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY JANUARY 22 1906 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day upon a credit of six months the following described real estate to wit Lying and being in Lancaster Gar rard County Kentucky on the West side of Paulding 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 6 in cbessold from the North side of said Lot No 43 by Merrell to Arnold It is same property sold and conveyed to James Underwood decd by James I Hamilton and Judith Ham on December 23 1898 now in the Garrard County Clerks office deed book No 15 page 6 This sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds among the of James Underwood decd and subjecting the one ninth interest of Thomas Underwood to the ef a debt of Robert Underwood as administrator of James Underwood decd for 56000 with Interest thereon at 6 per cent per annum from Sept 30 1904 until paid and costs amounting to about 812485 and which proceeds of said oneninth 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 1906 to the payment of the balance of said debt For the purchase price the purchaser with 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 REED S nICHOLS Master Comr Boyle Circuit Court Old Papers For Sale At This Office T ity 501 5 west- side 21 middlelilt 681 north too 6 per centtnter andco eyed 11 ton recorded proceeds Commissioner approved securities Bidders B JANUARY fit his FOLEYSHONEY and TAR CURES CoughsandGolds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foleys Honey and Tar is taken as it will cure the most dangerous kind that settles an the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night t If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you 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