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THE CENTBAX RECORD SIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 26 1906 XparBBBd I L af MORE HEAT LESS Coal Dirt Smoke Ashes Etc Let me warm your house with a FURNACE You can have every room warm fur the same amount of coal you are 1 or 2 grates See write or for J R Roofing Guttering g and PLUMBING WmIIerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormea drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS PARIS Dentist Office over Thompous J store Danville st I CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Vsar Best Salesman BOCUS I I I 11 Iuselng In phone me HAS LDEN I I R 1 Law b b G I I J II r 5- I E c I S places I r IJi aura s caasrt I PAINT LICK Mrs Mattie Ely is quite sick Born to the wife of R N Beazley on the 18th a boy Mr of London is for W S Fish Mrs Bob Slater has returned to her home in Indiana Mrs Minnie Jennings has taken rooms at the hotel Mrs Adela Woods of Stanford is with relatives here has been quite sick but is much improved Miss Georgia Dunn of Bryantsville is visiting relatiues here Miss Emma Birchel has returned from a visit to Jesuuiine Miss Jennie Higgins has a position as stenographer in the bank here W S Fish who is travling for a St Louis paint house was at home Sat urdayMrs Sue Wallace Iras returned home after a protracted visit to herson John in LouisvilleMiss Wiley has recovered su Uclently to be out and is the guest of Mrs Bettie Griggs Dave Ilervy left Monday to accept a position with the International Har vesting Machine Co of Louisville Misses Elizabeth and Carry Anderson of Lancaster were guests of Miss Stela McWhorter Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fannie Koehler has just closed a very successful school at Lowell However she will begin teaching at New Hope about Feb the 1st Mrs OllieField of Stanford is for McWhorter Estrldge This makes five clerks for these gentlemen which goes to show that they are a hustling business Drs W L Carman and A M Helm are moving this week to their new rooms over Peoples Bark These rooms have been newly papered and otherwise repaired Di one of the best dentists that has ever been to our place while too much cannot be said of the ability of DrCarman as a phy sian Success to them PKEAUHERSV1LLE Charlie Sowder of Buewick has been his brother Mr Leavy Sowder Mr Joe Smith of Brodhead has been visiting his daughter Mrs John Cress Cedar Creek is visiting Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Miss Nellie Newland is spending a ew days with her sister Mrs W C Cummins Will Pettus Rucker r Helm Is Miss Lillie Ganer ot I clerking Mrs I C clerking doing 4 Misses Sue Abbey Bourne and Bertha Bourne of Bettis Ky are visiting Mrs Hatzclaw Mr James Kennedy who has been in a very critical condition for some time is some better Prof Wm will finish out the Hobbs School which was left untaught by the young lady who commenced it J B Hutchins and wife and J L Hutchins and wife spent Sunday with their Brother and sister Rev Wm C Hutehins and wife Mr Geo King and wife will leave this week for Oklahoma where they will make their future home Better and citizens never left our com munityLast Sunday evening about four oclock it was anounced that the three year old son of Mr Sam Ballard was lost which excited our community as nee before Just as night b gan to fall the child was discovered by Mrs N Wille ford in woods a mile and a half from where be started in the oposite direc tion from Miss Bertha Hamrn who has been quite ill is greatly improved Sam Morford sold a nice bunch of shoats to C A Robinson for 140 00 Joe C Turner was Aisiting his par ents at Hyattsville Friday and Sunday Mr Chester Anderson who has been quite sick for some time is reported betterMr Mrs Allan Ray were visiting their son Mr Luther Ray and wife of Markshury Sunday Ed Naylor sold a milk cow also twenty five head of shoats to Morford and Dunn for 13100 Mr Wm Duncan has erected a new veranda adds greatly to the appearance of his dwelling Mr Henry Montgomery and charm bride were visiting her sister Mrs Duncan Sunday night James A Turner and wife of Marks bury spent the day Sunday with his brother Gilbert Turner and family Mr Wm Delaney and wife of Nicbolasville were visiting his parent Mr and Mrs Joe Delaney a part of last weekMrs John Dismukes and children and Mr and Mrs Pole Cheatham of Bryantsville were visitors of J P Hauim and family Sunday 50 Reward Some parties have been breaking the insulators on the telephone line on Stanford pike The Bastin Telephone Co will pay 50 rewrd for the convic lion of said parties tf If J F I Cold iron I I II neighbors homeBOURNE which 11 I ling i i I I 4S Clothing009 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 A ftIIII III 1- I III I OOOOOootOOOMO II III I I SPRING STOCK 1 III 11 1h I JrA Ii r V r J tiEr I E EI I I w1 WVW we make special in ducements this time of year on anything in our line of Furniture Carpets Mat Bm Lace CurtainsEtc Buy now while everything is cheap although whole sale prices have advaneed 5 to 10 per cent Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA A Beazley Undertaker r REMEMBER tin J J I r Cow arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 I 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 Rooms the 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 I r r WIJrrlJmrW 1 I I S I I I i t c i- Ii II c 4 II i 7 1m 1 f 4 0 0 rrI ti j r I I II r c 111111 hJP A IV J n o L D Q I r Joseph 1 lercan lle o npany- vvf E a m January Goods IsTOW OUST A treat for the Laides at the Lancaster Kentucky 10000 yds of Hamburg yard good lOc yard our leader 15c yard strictly right 19c yard cant be beat 25c yard a bargain 39c yard lovely 50c yard a dream bleached cotton 5c wonder 6 c a bargain Lansdale green ticket 8 i Indian linens in abun dance 5 to 20c 9 a to 104 bleach and brown sheetings at sunny prices Linen sheeting etc Table Linens India Linens White Goods all go in this sale All my cotton and white fabrics were bought last Sep tember before the advance and I propose to give my customes the benefit of this purchase New SpriDg Goods arriving daily and we promise to our trade this Spring the Nicest Nattiest Selected Stock of Merchandise that has ever been displayed in this city New Carpet Department I will open March 1st an elegant line ol Carpets in our New Carpet Department just finished all the best patterns and textures in granitesingrainsbiusfcelsvelvets axminsters etc Also elegant line of Mattings We are now raving a Matting Sale to clean up for the new Mattings to arrive March ist Matting 8 10 19 24c according to grade pattern and length I can furnish you with the best grades of COAL for cash or exchange for Corn Hay Etc Bran Chop Oats Corn Millet Clover and Timothy H- ayField Clover SeedsClov- er Timothy Oats Blue Grass Millet Etc BallarcTs FlourIn barrels or 100 Ibs sacks I will appreciate a share of you purchases of any of the above articles Prompt deliv ery Telephone No 26 I am in the market at all times and pay CASH for Corn Hay Oats Wheat Etc BANKS HUDSON March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General Insurance FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Phone No 31 Residence No 7 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 FARM ROlWftNS ELMORE 0 I White SA LeE WHITE ELEPHANT STORE at 8e Yardwide yard J4 yard I f or P 1 AMt tfJMjJJ I FEEX i N V J I i t Z 11Jl ex d rw1 BFIThON I rooo ooo0 00000 00000o oooa I e YOUR t sZ 3rrel rrtf rY Y4 dFfa r WJI L i CENTRAL RECORD Isslited Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster jfy at SecondClan Matt Matter Member of Kentucky press Association and I I Lancaster Ay January 26 1906 Local Gossip The county Supervisors raised the property about 1700 the total list new amounting to 5 257534 Aunt Judith Harris a wellknown H old colored woman died Sunday night a She was the mother of Alex Harris f jiniUir at the banks and si good old M time darkey On Monday Master Commissioner J M Rothwell Sold 170 acres of land ad joining Capt I M Dunn to Jack Elkin sr for 6 500 J I Hamilton bought j the Underwood house at 705 31g Please Correct n In advcstisemdnt of Jesse D Warren Fire Insurance in the Bastin Telepho jj ne Directory his resident phone is given as 14 when it should be 41 B Please change it on your phone tory IjS Child Burned To Death i The house belonging to a colored H man namedPellman at Hubble caught fire Saturday morning and two cull 3 dren were frightfully burned one dying p from the effects The mother had left the children to go to her work at a neighboring house and the clothing p of one child caught fire this setting tire to the cabin Change At Paint Lick Jas II Dunn has bought the store H of W S Fish at Print Lick and will continue the business at the old H stand lie has employed a first ciass 3 pharmacist and the drug department jp will be in charge of a competent hand at all times Mr Fish is on the road P for the F Hammer Paint Co St Louis and is doing a thriving business Ready For Business The new grocery store of Herndon was thrown open for business Monday The young gentlemen have a fine stock of goods know how to run a grocery and will make a great They have a beautiful store and are being warmly congratulated by their friends on the good taste with which they have everything fixed up Elmore Mr James Elmore of this city has the sympathy of the entire community on the loss of his mother who passed away at her home near Burgin last week She was a member the Burgin Christian church and a devoted Christ ian woman Three children survice Cheuault of Richmond Jas Elmore of this city aud Mrs Wm Mills of Burgin Rushed With Work Our correspondents will have to ex cuse the way in which their have been pruned during the last two or three weeks as this olllce has been overrun with job work This together with shortness of help has also caused us to curtail much reading matter We are straightened out now and will back to their old time standard Mrs Higginbotham Injured The many friends of the family regret to learn of the serious accident which befell Mrs GeoT Higginbotham at Danville last week In alighting from her buggy in front of a drygoods store she lost her footing and fell to the pavement breaking her right arm in two places and receving other bruises She was removed to bar home near Marcellus and is resting very well If the hotel proposition goes through that is if the people of Lancaster wil loosen their clenched fists and let out to build OTA know a man who is standing ready build a ten thousand dollar opera house He has the money and all plans ready But of course if the people are too short to put up a hotel a man would be a fool to put his money in an opera house or pity the thought else in Lancas ter Its just this way if you please Temperance Lectures Next Week League has secured the services of two splendid temper ance orators who will visit Lancaster and Garrard county next week and speak at the following times and places Christian church and Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock services at other churches begin dis penned with church and Presbyterian church Sunday evening at 7 oclock White Oak and West Point Monday night Herring school house andPreachersvilleTuesday night Buckeye and Freedom Wednesday night Bryantsville Mt Hebron Thursday night McCreary and Scotts Fork Friday night These lecturers are recommended by G W Young as the very best on the platform and large crowds shonld hear them It may be well to say here that there Is probably a tight on for temperance people in near futureand be getting powder dry Cut this so you may the dates of the lectures Let everybody help swell the i I Q Curl ev I success herMrs W I communications I getourcolumns I enough money a hotel af to his anything The i i Y 1t tttj j threes k j c c l Saloon Methodist sand Rev they shoud their out remember crowds jt tr d LAST CALL Those owing taxes of Lan caster year 1905 must same be fore Feb 1st 1906 or I will take steps to collect itS D Rothwell Collector Sam Walters has purchased the Ed Hughes property on Lexington street for 1350 Court Day Monday was rainy and a small crowd coming to court Those here attended to their business quickly and left for home Business was very dull in all branches Call By Number For the steenth time The Record is asked to urge telephone subcribers to call by number It is impossible for the operators to know the number of every party on the many lines and in fact no person with a thimble full of brains expects it Only those who have been somewhere and seen som thing know that the number should be given the operator A Successful Enterprise has just turned out a Dig order of job work for the Bank of Bryantsvllle This bank is doing a splendid business apd accomplishing great good for the people of that end of the county The olllcers are courteous and obliging looking to the intrests of its customers as well as those its own It is a great conveniece to the people and shows by its determination to prtronize home institutions that it has the wel fare of the community at heart enterprises are what build up a com munity and they should receive the undivied support of the people Its a poor business institution which thinks only of its own little mutton Trial of Midshipman Miller The trial of Midshipman John Paul Miller of this city was concluded at the Annapolis Naval Academy last week and the verdict forwarded to the Naval Department It will be announced in a few days Mr Miller is at the head of the graduating class this year and the testimony of all the officers gave him a most excellent character both in studies and in de portment The charge against him was for hazing a lot of men who came into his room while he was studying and not only interrupted him but raised quite a confusion He then ordered them out of the room and made complaint to his superior officers about being disturbed To those who have read the testimony it is clear that Miller is guilty of no wrongdoing that he made no practice of hazing and was a model cadet in every way Otllcers say he was the best student at the Accademy and will make a splendid ofllcer It is belived that through his excellent record and the fact that the offense charged is a smal one that Miller will be acquited Press Association o The midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association was held in Frankfort Tuesday and almost every editor of prominence in the state were there about one hundred of the quilldrivers answering to roll call The citizens of the capital city were lavish in entertainment and the boys will never forget the royal manner in which they were wined and dined The meeting was presided over by President E A Gullion of the Local and he completely cap tivated the members by his able prompt rulings his gentlemanbearing and untiring deep interest in every thing for the good of the order Many matters of interest to the people were discussed the most important being that of having the Legislature pass a law requiring all officers hand ling the peoples money to publish a their receipts and disburse ments in a newspaper Other matters were attended to and altogether the meeting was of more benefit than any previously held What Is Needed We regret very much that a larger congregation of citizens did not hear Bro Tinders sermon Howto Improve Lancaster at the Christian church Sunday night as it was just such punching up with a long pole that the people of our town need The congregation was not very large on account of preaching at all the other churches and we suspect that some cer taro fellows remained away through that they could be convinced that they should do somthing for the town The foundation for a good town the speaker said was good churches and the living up to the teachings thereof the putting into practice those teachings laid down in Holy Writ He then told how easy it would be for the people to all pull gether for the betterment of the com munity the suppression of evildoing the improvement of property the cleanliness of the town and many other matters that cau be brought about if everybody loves the Lord and works together in unity He said if a man is ashamed of his he ought to move out If he were in Esgland he would register from Lancaster not some bigger town We The Record had time to print the entire discourse The gist of it was that the lawabiding citizens have In their power to make one of the most moral and best business towns in central and they should get together get busy pull together and bring this about There many good people than bad ones so why not take the of Bro Tinder and suppress doing and all work to beautify the town Lancaster needs more preaching along line The Record trusts that the ministers will devote more attention to local I city This officic polite New- Castle report important tear of It buildup and i Vl I tillia for pay very disagreeable of toy town wish Kentucky are more advice evil and this short eomiegs s t y- JAires i Popular Young People Marriod Everybody III The Record was so busy last week that we missed sever al important items among them the merriage of Miss Allia Huffman and Mr James Carpenter of Stanford which took placein the parlor of the Mason Hotel The young people came over for supper accompanied by Miss es Tevis Carpenter Pearl Burnside Mattie Hays Owsley and the minister Rev GUbert Glass After the ceremony the party enjoyed a supper prepared especially for them and returned to Stanford Tne bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs G Huffman and is a young woman of beauty and intelli gence She is an accomplished must clan and possessd of many lovely traits of character The groom is a son of Dr Carpenter one of the most prominent physicians in Central Kentucky and is young man of many excellent points The Record joins many Lancaster friends In wishing them a happy voyge through life New Operators The Bastin Telephone Co has secur ed the services of Mrs Martha Leigh and daughter Miss Lizzie of Jellico J Tenn who have taken charge of the switch boards during the day Both have had experience and by their prompt polite and courteous manner have already made friends of the sub scribers Miss Mary Deringer of Trov Ky is learning the boards and will as sist There is no disputing the fact that Lancaster and Garrard county have the best telephone service of any locality in the state It is there is enough business to keep up one first system If another is ever put in to divide the businessboth will soon become rotten and the people will have to stand the consequences good idea to let well enough alone but we have never known it to fail in Lancaster that when some person gets some particular business in a good shape that two or three others did not butt in and ruin all We have a splen did telephone service and a suberb electric light services so lets all pull together to encourage and support them Means Much To Lancaster The Courier Journal has announced that a railroad will be built from Stanford to a point in Tennessee on the L andNs main line to Nashville This will connect with the Rowland Branch giving the L and N a direct line from Cincinnati to Nashville The road to be built is onehundred miles long and the Courier Journal says tho tires and rails have been shipped to points for the con structions for the road The surveys have all been made and bids are ad vertised for the construction This will make the K C and this branch of the road a trunk line and put us on one of the biggest lines to the south As is well known much money has been spent on this branch of the road and when the new line is constructed this road will be completely over hauled grades and curves cut outetc We could not understand why the N put so much money in the Lancaster depot building the finest house on the entire K C or Knoxville divisions but since the announcement of the Courier Journal it is all plain enough The first announcement in the Courier was followed by another the next day saying there was ab solutely no doubt of the building of the road as the right of way had all been decided upon and surveyed twice Then it stated the company has or dered the material for construction moved We hardly think the road will run into Stanford proper but will come to Rowland where the company owns a lot of land This would be better for Stanford for it would be but a short time until the two towns would be built into one It means everything to Stanford as Rowland is bound to be the end of a divison and more money would be put there than was in the good old days of Richmond Junction It means much to Lancas ter but much more to Stanford and as there is absolutely no doubt of tne road being built we congratulate our good neighbor and chuckle a few chuckles for Lancasters good outlook When a Town Will Grow When the knockers are dead When the citizens have good at heart When a commercial club Is establish ed and maintained When the educational inssltution is properly conducted When taxpayers cease to kick on of an increased valuation of the propertyWhen proper encouragement is offered for the location of manufactur enterprisesWhen men stand togotb er and compete with merchants of neighboring town When broad minded men have charge of affairs and are able to look confident ly in the future The Old Reliable Grocery No old stock fresh goods low prices and superior quality is our motto and huqdreds testify that we have been true to it About tOO worth of new Queensware just received Call and get bargains Dont go off on mouse tracks Very Respectfully Ballou Boarding House I rented the Anderson property just below Thompsons jewelry store and fitted a class boarding house The have all thorughly painted making clean and attrac tive Will appreciate JfwJobaBalhird Allen because- I class Its a ordered Land I account 126 3t H M up r t iir QrA1 i tile New first rooms been overhauled every room bright your patro ige s- x tt E New ES35332a are arriving daily You can find anything you want ir Irons the most staple article to the latest novelty See our new and pretty line of Hamburgs and laces You will regret it if you dont We are going to make SHOES one of our strongest lines and will have any style and last that you want in Mens Womens Misses and Ploys Shoes A Full Line of Mens Furnishings THE Window Glass ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Crest V G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK INCORPORATED Statmt condition Dec SO 190V to lit Goods DRY GOODS IiOTiOriS ETG SSOES Logan Dry Goods Co OO OO COOC IP int Oils an Putty I n II IiI Ii Ii I rug I f III f if 1ooW Mcflohcrts Stor1- ooooocGx LeI UESOUKCCS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts from banks Banking House and Lot Mortgages Cash Furniture and Fixtures L1ABIL1TES Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits 50 r0 Due oo1llJlJ 00 6000 JO20 X iii u 1905s 9 15001tJ0 100 gleoooGo 00 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance We invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering 1 and all kind of RepairingW- ill sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros III II r mmmmrr1rrnr nrn1Pnrnrnrn E Tin Shop I E Roofing E a E l E 7 M E IIW- 11UM4LUU1LULULUL11111U I1 W1U1Ut 11UJLULIJIIJl1l11J61 Miss Sallie Til let has an elaborate line of H HEADWEAR iy IL- JM direct from the Fashion Centers- A cordial invitation is fl extended to all to call and f3 see thenew styles t I SALLIE D TIUET I j J i II Millinery I sJ I IIiu- ilJ j l I 0 distinctive a r itLJtA Q CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 M COY RGGUYN R L ARNOLD JS BURROWS j 1 DrrcroHS II II J B E J W C FISH wooDs WOODS That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will can for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Queen Crescent Trains Corrected Dec 1 1905 TRAINS AT DANTILU SOUTH HOUND Number 1 Daily stops whisn 11 SO Number 3 when flagged 1I SO pm Number 5 Dilly mates ell stops 11 OS am Number stops 803pmH- OTHBOBND Number 3 Daily stops when flagged 420 pm Number 4 Does Stop Number 6 Dally stops t 150 pm Number 10 Dally stops tfiu am Connection made with Southern Railway to Louisville and Lawrenceburg am Y 1 iJ i iC Our prices on I will interest you MOUNT ELKINI i t j w I u t PtmoriGanENCE Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those W Are In Senator George Farris was at home this week for a few days lr J B Kinnaird and son Virgil were in Cincinnati Friday Miss Margaret Tomlison is visiting friends in Lexington and Frankfort Misses Sue and Birdie Bourne visited relatives in Lincoln the past leek Mr Malcome Tillett has returned from a business trip to Atlanta Mr Walter Greening of Hustonville was here a few days the past week Mr and Emory McWhorter of Idint Lick were in town Monday Dr Al Price of Stanford spent with his mother Mrs Hariet Price Mrs Harriett Price who has been quite ill is reported as Dr James Staughton and wife left this week for their hoine in Coving ton Mr II B Northcott was in Cincin nati several days last week on busi Mrs William Jones and children of Winchester are guest of Mrs J S Rob insonMr James attended the fu of his mother atBurginMiss Falconer of Danville has been visiting her uncle Mr Joe FalconerMrs Richardson and chil dren of Lexington are visiting Mrs J A Collier Miss Sallie Adams has been visiting friends and relatives in Paint Lick week Mr Hays and family of Stanford were guests of Mr J A Beazley and family Sunday Saturdays LouisvilleTimes contained quite a pretty picture of little Miss Marie Ballard The friends of Mrs Guy Davidson are glad to know that she has recovered from her illness Miss Nora Francis of Richmond has been visiting Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis Miss Olivia Sweeney who has been ill has recovered sufficiently to resume her work in college Mr HirmanArnold brakeman on the N who has been sick for several weeks is better Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford has been visiting her sisters Misses Lillian Margaret and Bessie Shugars E C improving ness Elmore oral Irs Ella Elmore this Land ii J 1 I Sunday l slowly 1 vary Mr A M Shely returned from Chi cago Sunday Mr Lewis Burnside entertained a few friends the past week N Miller and son William are visiting relatives In Coving ton Mrs R II Bitson has returned from a visit to her parents in Brodhead W F Logan is in the city buying goods for the Logan Dry Goods Co Mr and Mrs R A Burnside visited Mrs William Lackey at McCreary SundayMisses Kathrine and Mary Phillips from Stanford are visiting Miss Eliza beth Grimes Mrs J E Ilolman and little son D S were the guests of Mr C T Grimes family last week Miss Cordie Hamilton of Middles boro is the guest of her sister Mrs William Hamilton Editor Louis Landram attended the meeting of the Kentucky Press at Frankfort Tuesday Misses Elizabeth and Carrie Ander son spent several days with Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick last week A very handsome picture of our new city attorney R L Davidson in Saturdays Courier Journal Miss Irene Romans of Richmond College spent Saturday and Suuday with her parents Mr and Mrs W J Romans Mr TO Wallace will leave in a few days for Flordia where he will spend two months at Coronoda Beach on the Atlantic Coast Mr F S Hughes spent several days in Louisville this week having gone as Chicago with his mother who went to Seattle M Tinder was in Louisville this week where he delivered an ad dress to the Young Peoples Christian Endeavor Union Tuesday evening Mrs A II Rice has returued to her home in Louisville She was accom pained by her sister Miss Altie Marks bury who will make her a visit Mr J G Burnside of Point Lea veil has returned from a visit to his daugh ter Mrs J V Arnold at Knoxville Mrs Arnold returned with him for a short visit Mr and Mrs J E Stormes left for Clear Water Fla where they will spend several months We are very glad to state Mr Stormes health is much improved Burgin cor Harrodsburg Herald Mr Charle Poinbexter of Garrard was visiting Misses Mary and Lena Baker several days last week Mrs S S of Garrard is on a visit with relatives at this place Mr Will Stone wife and children left Friday for McLeansboroIll where he has accepted a position as railroad mail clerk from SS Louis Missoure to Nashville Tennesee Mr E W Bourne of Lexington was Association appeared Eld F yesterday I s Airs afar Butts Come and see our large line of Our Prices are way down See our Electric Ranges and we will save you money HASELDEN ROBINSON I11III Iill I Ranges Inn STOVES t taT I Cooking I T1 a n d- wwww J C here this week visiting relatives lfe Is connected with the firm of E L Co of that city and has a tine position which is richly deserved Messrs W G Kemper and Horace Woods of Paint Lick were in town yestereayEd the clever editor of one of the best papers in Kentucky the Stanford Interior Journal was here Monday and made us a highlyappre elated call Miss Jennie Williams the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Williams won a silver gold lined dessert set in a guessing contest last week at David son Oklohoma We are glad to see Capt Phil Price back on his run on the day passenger trains He has been sick and laying off for more than a month He Is one of the most popular conductors on the KC A PLEASANT OCCASION Central Kentucky Medical Association Meets In Lancaster Many Inter esting Papers and Nice Entertainment The meeting of the Central Ken tucky Medical Association in Lancas ter last Thursday was one of the most profitable and enjoyable the doctors have ever held As there is so much sickness in the country at present many of them could net be present but those there were highly repaid as the papers read and discussed were full of important matters of interest to the profession The editor of The Record was invited and as we have been up against almost every disease the hu man flesh is heir to we enjoyed the talks very much Papers were read by Drs Yaught of Richmond Acton of Lancaster Bailey and Carpenter of Stanford Each showed careful study aid was thoroughly discussed ov the doctors everyone present giving his views on the subject under discussion The meeting was presided over by Dr W 0 Hopper president of The next meeting will be held in Stan ford the third Tuesday in April The association is composed of physicians of Garrard Boyle Lincoln and At this meeting Madison was in vited to become a member and a num ber of her leading physicians came in The election resulted as follows Pres ident Dr C II Vaught of Richmond Vice president Dr J M Acton Secretary Dr Steele Bailey Stan ford At seven oclock the doctors were invited to a most excellent sup per prepared and served by Mine Host Gaines of the Mason Hotel The meal consisted of every delicacy of the season This was given in honor to the association by Drs J and J M Acton and showers of praise were heaped upon the Dighearted hosts of the evening It was a great pleasure to ye editor to meet with the doctors and to stick his shins under the mahogany with a lot of men who are the first to a fellow into this vain world who relieve his aches and pains life and only leave him at arrival cf the undertaker The public of course does not know of the close friendship the doctors have for the newspaper men as the doctors ad is never seen in the paper but the people would call us a trust if they knew how the editor put on a long face and help cov er the doctors mistakes by saying the obituary notice death was due ti heart failure The newspapers and the doctors are closer to the people than any other institution of person as both go right into the horns and to the fireside Both can do great good or can kick up the devil if so Inclined and as both do more for people and get less for it than does any other pro fession we think they should join hands and work together for better ment of health and morality of the communitv We could never understand why it is that a person will kick on paving a good fee to a physician when he owes his life to the skill and proficiency of that doctor If a fellow falls in front of an approaching train and is yanked out by some bystander he and the pub he are forever praising the hero in fact Andrew Carnegie has a standing offer of prizes for such deeds but let some fellow get down point of a doctor will get out at the dead hour of midnight and ride possibly ten miles workwith the fel low and save his life Nothing is said about this act except to growl at the size of the bill the physician sends ina year or so later and to kick like a bay steer because the doctor needs a little money with which to support his We didnt intend to write so much on this line but when you get to thinking about it you are forced to the conclusion that doctors do more hardcomplicated and delicate work and get less pay or thank therefor than any other class of professional Jien newspaper men excepted of course They have to study go sick have no regular hours for sleep and are in plain words more like slates than were the Negroes before war If there are several bills to pay The Record advises that the doctors be paid first The following attended Thursdays meeting Drs Mack Elliott Bryants Vaught Richmond Duke Godby Perry ville Walter O Hopper Perry ville M Dunn Richmond Steele Bailey Stanford E J Brown Stanford A J McNees Lancaster J M Acton Lancaster J G Carpenter Stanford J B Kinnaird Lancaster Beats The Music To keep the body In tune writes Mrs Mary B rowri 20 Lafayette Place PoughkeepsieN T 1 take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most and pleasant laxative I have for the Stomach Liver and by McRober t 1m8 I I I Perryville Mercer Lancaster B welcome sickat deathand family vilieC H 11- I found I dr J 0 Martin Kinuair i or- well Cure reliable Best Bowels Guaranteed x d h THE MALIGNED REPORTER Newspaper Men Really Detest Scan dal Stories The Public Demands Them A common charge brought against newspaper reporters is that they are heartless that they revel in laving before the world the closely guarded secrets of individuals It constantly happens that a reporter must do un pleasant things because others have been guilty of those violations of custom law or convention that make news The opprobrium that belongs to the real offender is not infrequently reaped upon the erer There Is no work a reporter detests so much as that involving a social scandal and there no story that a large percentage of readers will devour more eagerly There isnt a good reporter living who has not been guilty of that blackest least forgivable of all journalistic crimes throwing down his newspaper to protect a help less person innocently involved in a legitimate news story that is a matter of public record On the whole the news gatherers are a tenderhearted folk and generous and that which of ten passes for cynicism is an intense hatred and contempt for shams If appear suspicious it is because long experience has taught them that they must constantly guard aginst There is no walk of life a good reporter is not compelled sooner or later to invade and Iris position is the trying one of being compelled either to gain the confidence of or outwit those he meets thereIIartley Davis in Reporters of To day Everybodys Magazine for Febuary The Top D Golf of Winchester Ky brought in from his cattle ranch located near Washbun Texas five car load of extra choice 1040b feeders that sold early at 825 the top In their class and was the largest single bunch of feeders sold during the day They were Herefords and well bred just the kind that Mr Golf Is raisidg on his ranch Jour JenkinsGallaher A very pretty wedding was solemn ized Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist Parsonage Rev W L Dorgan olllcia ting when Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins and Mr John C Gallaher were united in marriage Time parties rail from Bryantsville and are very popular in that community After the ceremony the young couple let for a bridal tour of the South to spend some time The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs C M Jenkins of Bryantsville MrJ D Moore and Miss Anna Jenkins sis ter of the bride accompanied them to this city Danville Advocate Town and Country Negroes Now can be seen how differently situated are the negroes in town and those in the country says the Rich mond Register Those colored men and their families who are yilling to do honest work or farm hands or other labor have plenty to eat they live in comfortable quarters with smoking chimneys and when they are seen in town they are warmly clad and carry some money in their pockets too But how about their town brothers With a few remarkable and creditable ceptions these town negroes who like the grasshopper sang the summer awayare now upon the charity of the very people who offered them work even persuaded them to work as if asking favor They have little to eat and that little is uncertain they are poorly clad they have scant fuel and the men lounge in scores about the barrooms for the free warmth they can there obtain It would seem that this contrast would strike the minds of the negro leaders and that they at their churches and other places of meeting would lay the mat ter plainly before their people If the negro could be got into the country and kept there he would do better he would command respect become a land and lay a good foundation upon which to build his future pio gress Half The World Wonders how the other half lives Those who use Bucklens Arnica Salve never if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruption they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St Springfield 111 I regard itone of the nessi ties of housekeeping Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 25c 1m STONE Mrs C M Moberly is one of the many victims suffering from grip J J Moberly of Mound Valley has been visiting his father and mother and returned home Thos Tapp sold some shoats to Hen 450 Wm Mobelv sold to Kirt Fathergill one nice gelding for 110 Several shoats have changed bands at 84 50 Mr Jas Littrell has been serously ill Mr Jeptha Onstott was in Louisville last week with the tobacco he A Miracle Truly miraculous seemed the recov ery of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place J O R Hooper Wood field Tenn she was so wasted by coughing puss her lungs Doctors declared her end so jhat her family had watched by her hours at my urgent request Dr New Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that im provement began and until she finally completely recovered and is healthy woman to day Guaran teed cure for coughs and colds 50c and 1 00 at McRoberts Druggist Trial 1M innocentnewsgath Is today nal ext owner wonder as ry Teater at I up- bed sIde a iiit i S rJ deception Price- S ever absolute shipped Modern writes from near forty eight when Kings continued bottlefree y- Business and Bargains Dollas become elastic at The Logan Dry Goods Co tf Will buy rabbits at the highest market price II B Northcott 2t Bran Corn Chop Millet and Clover Hay Banks Hudson New goods arriving daily at The Logan Dry Goods Co tf See Wards handsome decorated china Teas Saucers with plates to match at only 75 cts per set 2t I want your sacked sausage will pay highest market price for them W 11 Ward 2t A Brand new line of pretty Ham1 burgs Val and Torchon laces at Tne Logan Dry Goods Co 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 Of 1 will be at my ollice Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf blithe 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 10 21tf Your orders fur coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Batiks Hudson tf The leading floristis represented by Ed C Gaines lowers promptly furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Youve heard of money that thats all right but we that talk and they will talk such a low strain as to make your money laugh Tire Logan Dry Goods Co tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron roof ing also on all kind of rooting 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 J A Boner Mgr Yes we are going to in business and we will com pleteup to date line of Goods Notiosu ShoesGcnts Furnishing Car pets Notions and etc Ve will ap your will give you satisfactionThe Dry Goods 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 and Hudson ware house Call phone 10 or 20 R M West Co The examination for common school certificates will be held at my the last Friday and Saturday in I uary Mittie A Dunn C Supt Fur chapped hands face lips use Frisbies Almond Cream Ijt ill cure them Price tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling lowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niuuis chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders f Repair Shop I have opened a harness shcp at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am prepared to do the best work in or making harness I have had 14 years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Dec 1 8t S B 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 me J L West lliattsvillc Ky tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where 1 will be glad to have you at any old time tIltsuits you best and wirer I can make prices on coal and surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in 5 miles of this city prices to parties wanting car lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and always paying highest market forall kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf Quick Orders for flowers phone Ed C Gaines at 100 Subject to your in Goods delivered within G hours notice tf Bells Flowers Go everywhere Promptly deli vred with telephone and express perpaid when ordered through Ed C Gaines agt phone No 100 tf Avoid Disappointment place your wed ding o r funeral design with Ed C Gaines representing the leading flo rist Orders tilled day or night Tel ephone 100 tf Miss Sallie Elkin will give instruct ions in the art of painting to who may disire beginfng 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 She will be glad to talk with any one who may be interested in this work For prices and parlculars see her at her home on Richmond Street tf Mules For Sale Farmers wanting to buy murk mules will make money by calling at W B Burtons sale I allways have about 50 good ones to select from 136W W B Burton I I i I Cow FeeCi I o n Coal t less have i I I 1 10 j tf 29tf patronage books otllce n o 1 s Frisbies Dr Store repair- Ing sal S ec I ad any schoolchildren t r goods 9 continue Dry pred ate and fan posy Telephone r rIs GOEgo ifwe you to save some of Uncle Sams Silver Ware By buying your Groceries and Ohina Ware from us you can save it quote cash prices I x c to- an d see cant help eherewith can lima beans 12c 25e can baking powder 23c lOc package corn starch 05c O c package washing poMer04s lOc can A rmous pork and beans 0 c- 10u can baked beans and tomato sauce 2 for lfc 12J corn the best only lOc 12 tomatoes lOc tlc c r 05c can of lye Ole 7 bars big deal soap 25c 12 bars good laundry soap25c 5 gallons best oil 70c hand picked beans 25c lbs can pumpkins 2 forloc 2 Ibs best macoron 15c 2 Ibs best rice luc II In 73 pure apple vinegar gallon 2 c f t jIbs t r Iu Give us a call and you will then see the many Bargains that await you Lancaster Grocery Co Our line of Druggist Sundries is complere 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 FRJSBIES DRUG STORE O3 O5 Qe XX XOOOOP0OOOOO X Stock of General Merchandise in Bryantsville Kentucky This is tire best stand to sell J goods in Kentucky My store is new clean and upto date I will sell stock of goods and the store house can be rented or leased for a term of years or it can be bought at a bargain X This stock of goods is in the store house owned by C tus Bros and is the best business house in Garrard Coui- iX ty I am doing a business of rsoo per month For full particulars call on or I A T SCOTTBryantsville Kentucky Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint Store The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOUO A I DIHHYPr 4Ueit JOHN K STOBMBS Vice Prert S C DillY Cashier J P Robinson Asst Cashr R T Emory Bookkeeper DIRECTORS j meal D Cochran Alex R Dennj A C Roblnion Jno E W H Kinnaird- O OC O 0 K I I L yO i I I 1 II I I I I I I O IJt1 r SaIey II I X I JT address I I OfOOO OOCCOOCOOOOOCK r J II m I 8 J1lriiJ IIlIfif1ii Z4J3 I Io g o 1 jf 1c s1 so sas sea Pete Q C D dxi D ID 11- D d O O OOOOOOOOG00004D0000A06O O OsbO g Storm t ii 6DyI f WAii 1 cored MY cough with German He wrote to Dr G G Green The consumptive should not be the victim of as he often is but the moment the dread disease mani rests its presence he should be given Bo schees German a pure bolic medicine that is made specially for the cure of consumption has a wide fame as a for catarrh colds croup sore throat and all bronchial affections in old and young IJIt is sold in all civilized countries has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century bottle bottle 750 At ill druggists throughout the world For sale by R E lUcRoberl THE EARLY SEED BED In the Case of Heavy Clay Soils There Is Need of Underdrainage for Best Results In the early spring the water result ing from the melting of snow and cold rains is nearly at its freezing point Whenever soils art kept continually wet so that a large amount of waer evaporates from their surface the temperature of the soil is low To evaporate a pound of water that is convert it into the gaseous state the mean atmospheric prcsjure requires the absorption by that pound of 9CCC heat units A heat unit is the amount of heat energy wliirh is required to raise the temperature of one pound of water from 32 F to 3 degrees F In a second of time Tim expenditure of a given amount of heat affects tho of different soils differently If you dry a given quantity of day loam soil until it contains onehalf of Its maximum amount of water vou will find that it requires the evapora tlon of two pounds of water more than In drying a similar area of sandy soIl But to evaporate an extra two pounds of water requires 96i6x2 equal to 19332 heat units and this lowers the temperature of the clay loam ron siderably This is the reason why wet clay loam soils are colder than wft sandy soils Every time evaporation Is going on in your field there is sociated with it a cooling effect just as you would in the hot days of cool a room by sprinkling water on the floor A wellunderdramed soil lessens evaporation and loss of heat sometimes so much so that it is from five to ten degrees warmer than it would be if it was not underdralnnd It follows remarks the Ohio SyrupI I UD- der temperature a summer consequent MAn as true as I tell you doctor dear Im feelin doer than ever Ive been degre 1 FareS I I SECTION OF IAND NEEDING UNDER DRAINAGE er that underdrained soils can be be plowed sooner and then too whn warm rains the early spring the water freely enters the soil by virtue of the high capacity for heat It has it warms the soil very per ceptibly It has been found that the seed bed can be brought into proper condition for seeding from five to eight days earlier than if it had iu on nnderdrained Evidently It 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 Co Opticians Louisville Ky To Hunters Ifyou would know of a country which abounds in turkeys duck quail squir rels and other small game with many a good deer get copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins on the Frisco It tells about hunting and fishing in the Ozarks and In the St Francis Valley Sent free on request by A Hilton General Passen gee Agent Frisco System St Louis come in Howe chanceat Mo t I I t i a ii WHOWES- Pj aI kLLGLASEL t I f iI a k unrtnens tee season for the grovcInE maturing of farm crops so much needed especially in northern por lion of the middle northwest The cut shows a section of land di vided Into 40acre fields also portion of fields In need of will be observed that the fields fairly good natural drainage gave far better yields than those that become top wet in times of frequent and excessive rains A Poor Plan Miss DeFashion Mother what slMll we send Miss DeStyle for her wedding present Mrs DeFashion Will the list be published in the paper No she says thats vulgar Send her a plated sallspoon N Y Weekly Fortunes Favorites at thot now Heres a man wid six millions marries a wid dy wid ten thot be the way of the worrld now Thems has plenty is the wans that has the best prospects av gittin more Judge It Stuck to Him Theres nothing like printers ink said the enthusiastic advertising man No I dont know as there is the other man I got some on my hands once and I never remember meeting anything just like it Yonk Statesman A Recommendation Prospective Guest Do you set a good table here Hotel Clerk Well rather Why people come here perfectly healthy and go away with the gout ami dyspepsia Wise or Other Wise An egotist is a man who points with prideThere is often a superior air about an inferior peison Some men find it easier to stand ad versity than pruperity- A man who uses big words seldom says anything worth while One can be buried in oblivion with out the aid of an The boy with a faultless father is to a lot of sympathy Many a man who attempts to stand on his dignity a hard fall Its easier to teach a baby to talk than it is to teach a woman not to Theaters are less attractive to a man and a woman after they get married A man isnt necessarily deaf because he is unable to hear the voice of Some Points Of Road Law Vehicles meeting each other shall bear to the right allowing half the road to each When a fast vehicle overtakes a slower one the slow one shall bear to the right allowing room on the left for the other to pass No bells on any animal drawing a vehicle No person shall obstruct the road with dirt stone wood or trash No vehicle shall be left on the at night unless absolutely necessary Stock shall not be fed on the public road The penatly for violation of and of these provisions is a fine of from two to five dollars May Live 100 years The chances forlivinga full century 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 Elec tric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver diseasesBIood disorders General ity and bodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at McRoberts drug store Price only 50c 1m The Record will have the finest line of calendars ever brought to Ken tucky They will be here soon so dont give your order to some foreign firm when we can supply your wants and- t save you money tf Free Reclining Chair Cars The Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evans ville on their fast through Louisville at 730 A M and 5 P M daily and running solid with out change This line also operates free reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and to St Louis also Pullman sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to Danville and forty three miles the shortest to St Louis tf J I he showing drain l- It having I I I DooganLook ClancyDont I replied undertakers 1 are young girl Evansville Danville 0 1 am era entitled gets conscience Sheaving A Short Talk Tlum with del Reference to Lister and Level Planting The root samples show the natural growth of plant roots under ordinary field conditions no artificial of the soil being required previous to the taking of the samples Corn roots deeper and feeds through a greater soil than Kaffir orsorghumCultivation should not bo so deep as to break the large lateral roots of corn 4 out p3 preparation volumeof corn ROOTS OF CORN AT MATITKITY Planted In Lister Furrows which usually lie at a depth of about four inches midway between the rows The root system of corn planted in lister furrows develops at a uniform depth and the surface roots lie deeper in the soil than do the roots of the level planted corn Listed corn may be cultivated close to the hill and three to four inches deep at the last cultivation without injuring the roots Level planted corn may not be culti rated so close to the hill at the last cul tivation as listed corn because with the level planted corn the roots rise nearly uniformly I CORK ROOTS AT MATURITY Ilanted with Check Row Level Planter the surface several inches from tho and are readily destroyed by ethic cultivationIn dry climate rather deep cul tivation of corn is desirable especially as the season advances A thin soil mulch will not conserve so much moist ure as a relatively thick mulch The practice of laying by cern earJy in the season requires the farming if a deep soil mulch at the last cultivation In order to conserve the soil raoisture and keep the ground from drying out A M Ten Eyck Kansas Experiment Station SUGGESTIVE POINTS Set cabbage plants for the late crop A dishorned goat is n renovated but terWith us the grows right away from the clover Now then if y i on had a good field of crimson clover An airtight silo ia a Hissing a leaky one is an abomination It is a grievous mistake to fallow and and then neglect to follow the drag Knowing the philosophy of the corn plant is important but dont lose sight of how to cultivate it You owe the boy a fair start in at home of If you fall short of djing your part dont blame him for elsewhere for it of crops helps to destroy insects dispels diseasespores and gives hitherto unused plantfood a chance to get in its work It is too bad that so few farmers understand the necessity advantage and profit in crop rotation Psalm 100 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord Il yz iV23 Serve the Lord with gladness come before His presence with singing Know ye that the Lord He is God t is He that hath made us and not xe ourselves we are His people and Ito j alfa a I liCe els where Rotation 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 containsCotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed groundFor Cheaperand than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Grains Seeds fertilizers lOUNDEED1I HANrEfIIire1I S5CORpoeATCDIN its users given If interestedwrite for prices Potatoes Poultry OpinionS of SuppliesQ Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman l LEXINGTON KY J 1 I tz LKWIS Y LBAVJSIL President JJ WALKEU Vise Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL sooot SURPLUS fio B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTOiiS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 0 y ue sneep 01 nis pasture Enter into His gates with thanks giving and into His courts with praise be thankful unto Him and His name For the Lord is good mercy is jverlasting and His truth endureth o all generations The Fairest Blossom Gratitude is the fairest blossom vhich springs from the soul and the icart of man knoweth none more fra jrant Hosea Ballou Something to Be Thankful For It you cant think of anything else 0 be thankful for just be glad you ire alive JEWELS OF VAST ANTIQUITY Discoveries of Earliest Examples in the Ancient Temples of Persia Remarkable discoveries have been made in the ruins of the temples at Susa the ancient capital of Persia where marvels of jewelry have b en brought to light the earliest examples ever known of that country The jewels of gold and silver are the first of those countries and those ages which have come down to the present day In this they present great interest Unfortunately it Is not possible to assign a precise date to each of them As the cylinders the seals which form a part of the finds belong to all periods from the fortieth or fiftieth century B C down to the date of foundation so it is with the jewels There are some of every age The rings of filigree work and the scepter with the lions head seem to be more recent than the statuettes of gold and silver which have a frankly archaic appearance but one cannot be sure of this appreciation Have the discoverers not been surprised by find ing rings which if their origin had not been certain would be attributed by the most acute connoisseurs to he Greek or Etruscan epochs Before the discoveries at Dashur nothing was known of the Egyptian jewelry The opening of the tombs of the princes of the twelfth dynasty was a revelation It is the same now as regards Elam ONE NIGHT OUTj loridaNew Cuba reached in comfort via QUEEN KCRESCERT ROUTE AND SOUTHERN Rv THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Smite January tb 1904 Solid PuflmaB Train leave CINCINNATI th25PltLEXINGTON 1140 P M DAXVXUB 1240 A M Dining and Observation Cars or Jack sonville and St Augustine via Chtttanoogaand Florida Limited Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 30 A IfLEXINGTON 1035 A M DANVILLE 1100 A II Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers Obser Qmeea Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan ville to New Orleans via Chattanooga and Birmingham also ABQCVlllC Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sale atreduced rates For information apply Chas W ZeU D P A Cincteaati W A O1BBRT W C BUIEIBSO- KGcaml ruiV Ami- CijfClSJTATI O a nd t In via Ch1ttallO A tlDtl and Dlnnlngbam Service to Jaeksonvllle Via sad ales Tim t I i Dining ca for JacksonvIlle St NewOrleaa I I HCKicCPaTALezlsgtosKy The Markets LOUISVILLE KY JAS 21 4 p M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping eteera 4 75 ft 00 tedium to good shipping steers 4 2o4 50 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 2T Medium to good butchers R OO 3 Common to medium butchers 2 5U 3 00 Good to choice feeders S 5G 4 CO Common to medium feeders J 50 3 Good to extra stock steers t 00 3 50 Common to medium stock steers 2 2oa o 5 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 3 oO Common to medium stock heifersf 1 75 2 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 50 Choice veal calves Goo 50 Common to medium calves 3 00 5 W Choice packing and butchers 200 Ibs 5 70 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 5 Choice light ship 120 to ItO Ibs 5 50 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 5 30 Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 5 30 toughs ISO to 500 Ibs 40 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 50 4 on 2 75 3 2 Common to medium 2 03 2 51 Bucks 1 50 250 Extra shipping lambs 7 CO Best butcher lambs 6 00 Common talleridlarnbn 3 503 4 00 Jesse DJearei 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 Iancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel Write A Letter to any member of The City Council or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShooting or any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as far as possible Back up your by YOUR MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if you are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you whole truth not ungrounded suspi cion tell all you know with out tear or favor Dont say the officers are in collusion with vice unless you can sub stantiate the fact A TAXPAYER NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcotnbs Admr Plff vs Sabra Holland c Deft All parties having claims against the estate of Elizabeth Halcomb deceased proventosliTher of the Garrard Circuit Court on or before the 26 day of February 1906 This January 4 tb 1906 J M Rothwell Master Garrard Circuit Court HOGS 0 Fairtogood i I I thinktell I Comls loner I toRO t5 oQoOoO i officers 0 0 ss 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 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 06 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1906 ASK US FOR RATES Tray Pass Gen Pass Agt J H J AKt m 4 GALLAGHER L J IRWIN ic i His Thoroughness Gladys Beautiglrl Young Dr Hug gins explained to me last night that a blush Is a temporary erythema and califoric effulgence of the physiogno my etiologized by tho perceptiveness of the RcnsorJum when in a predica ment of unequilibrlllty I Dolly Swift Kor goodness sake I hope you understood him Gladys Beautlgirl I didnt until to make his meaning perfectly clear he i made me blush Town Topics Fencing Mr Falntart Misj Klyrt I thought to propose Miss Flyrt Really Mr Faintart Im sorry but Mr Faintart That we have some ice Mists Flyrt Oh I should be delight ed to Mr Faintart Some evening when the weather is warmer Philadelphia Press Parental Injustice Music Teacher That boy of yours gives promise of being a great clari onet player- I Boys Father Great Scott I sup posed all the time he was merely try ins to get back at the family in flat above ours where they keep a graphophone and a parrot Chicago Tribune Easy What is that name your father painted on his new racing automo bile What Ma Says How funny Why does he call it that Because what ma says goes Cleveland Leader A Bad Case Mamma Ethel where have you been all this time with a sick friend Mamma Nonsense I believe youve been in the parlor all evening with that Mr Softleigh Ethel Well ma hes love Bits The Early Boom When I was a boy said the rather vain person everybody said I was go ing to be president of the United States Yes answered the seasoned Your case simply illustrates my argument that it isnt safe to start a boom too far ahead of election Washington Star Wet Day at Versailles Louis XIV had just announced I am the state Then responded a courtier your majesty is North Carolina and I am South Carolina Herewith the monarch was com pelled to set em up Y Sun Young Mr Staylate Up in the polar country they have nights that are six months long Gracious wonder what they do with the slow young man who comes in to spend the evening and never knows when to go home Cleveland Plain Dealer Communication From E E McRoberts Offer to Refund Money if Hyomel Does Not Cure Catarrh To the Editor of theCentral Record 1 have been asked recently if the advertisement printed in your columns regarding Ilyomei were true when I offer to refund the money if this 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 to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyomei 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 Ilyomei four or five times daily With this is included a dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei The outfit sells for 1 00 and is a most economical treatment for the inhaler lasts a lifetime and there is enough Hyomel for several weeks use while extra bottles can be obtasned for 50 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 Ilyomei holds goods and I will refund the money dissatis tied purchaser who simply states that he has used the treatment according to directions and not been helped Respectfully yours McRoberts Old Papers For Sale At This Office I I I I the- o I EthelSitting slckTit politician againN treatment agree I medicine centsI purchaser guaranteeon toany R E I cream ha American Slaves B E ICcJJoberts Emancipatio Act that will free Thousands B E McRoberts Lancasters leading druggist is ready to restore freedom to many who have been In absolute Slav eryNo one appreciates better than the victim of indigestion that he Is an abject slave to his stomach and Mr RE McRoberts in guaranteeing that Mioi an will strengthen the stomach so that you can eat what you want and when you want it removes all fear of further bondage The stomach is to the body wha the foundation is to the house and when it is weakened or diseased our organ alter another is affected until a COUGHS STUFFY QUICKLY CUBED BY and TarThere is no case on a in Pneumonia or lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and lungsFoleys Tar has stages will always give comfort and relief Foleys Honey and Tar gives to sufferers as it relieves the difficult ing at once cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown no opiates Cured cf Terrible Cough on Lungs N Jackson of Danville Ill writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough jn her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Gentlemen Foleys Honey and Tar cured me of Consumption after I had suffered two years and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the 100 bottle al most six times as much SOLD RECOMMENDED BY GIVEN FREE The Cincinnati Enquirer has just issused a New Valuable up to date Wall Chart of three Sheets six pages New Map of Ohio the most beautiful are 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 Maps of the United States with portraits of all the 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CollegeTheselling renewal Trouble sole the heart lungs kidneys and liver will all be Involved Indigestion causes nervousness sleeplessness head aches backaches distressafter 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 R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Mi o la A large box of the tablets sells or 50 but costs nothing unless cures promoting ents i 1 I I I lit laj v