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THE CENTRAL RECORDIHXTKKHTH VRAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1906 HVXBXR 43 THEO CURREY H K HERNDON ANNOUNCEMENT We take pleasure in announcing that we are now ready at the Joseph store room with a full line of FRESH PURE GROCERIES- and invite all our friends to give us a call New Everything Fresh Prices the Lowest We will appreciate your patronage and save you MONEY f QURREY HERNDON 0 I I j I 10I1 I Im Everything SI I d J II I I 17 1 Yvr Yfm O Yv IO TT rl1t l1t tZ tlll r tJf I oI- Dt I J I 1i- rw rrwrrwncr osh MORE HEATLESS Coal Dirt Smoke Ashes Etc Let me warm your house with a FURNACEYou warm for the same amount of coal you are usoinn in 1 or 2 grates See write or phone me for prices Riffling Guttering and PLUMBING Herndon G B f erndon Aitornevs at Law Uiiicaster Kentucky Office over Stormea drug store L DAVIDSON Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS Dentist OBioover Thomponf tor St I Boots Shoes Rubbers BCBOCUS I I I Q R HASELDFN I py r Wm tlwineb road Swinebroad L R At Law i ll1m I rJ i J II r a iii 1ITIr d Attorney lea7s 1 r UB ARKS ICINCINNATI Cyst UatWNCltstr- r k r HAllKNBUKY Mr Ben Robinson continues ill MrsBelle Perkins sold a mule to Mr Ben Bright for 175 Mr C A Robinson shipped a carload of shoats to some parties in Ohio Robert Fox sold a team of mules to Logan Woods of Danville for 350 Mrs Chas Burdette who has been Mis J B entertained the Bachelor girls of our town recently A most enjoyable day was spent Mr W D Marksbury and family have located in our midst and will live at the parsonage for an iudifinite time Miss Nazzie Bowling who has been attending school in the Bend returned to her home at McWhorter a few days agoMr and Mrs Varnarsdale of Harrods burg were the pleasant visitors of Mr and Mrs N H Bogie a few days last w ekThe best sale of turkeys in this com munity that has reached us is that of Mrs Sallie Foxwho sold 16 turkeys for 00Miss Katie Patton has closed a very successful school at Rice Accademy also Miss Katharine Moore one at Mason school house 4 Mr Rob Route and sister Mrs Rich ard VlcGrath have sold their farm to Mr N J Gayney of Fayette county for 10150 Giving possession 1st of MarchThe Ladies Working Society met with Mrs J B Kemper last Thursday and the following officers were appointed for the ensuing year Mrs J B Kemper Pres Mrs Chas Burdette vice President Mrs M F Rout Secre taryMr Dan Burdette has bought an acre of land from Mr J B Kempet for it for the purpose of erecting a small dwelling and a work shop Mr Burdette has made his reputation by making hemp breaks and is so thorough in his work his breaks have been dubbed Honest Dan He will be assisted bv his broth er Mr Fred Burdette The farm house of W C Greening was burned to the ground last Wed nesday about noon Mr Greening with a force of men were working some distance from the house when the alarm was given The men drop ped their implements and rushed to the scene of the burning building but arrived too late to save it The brign of the fire is unknown The insurance on the house will not cover the foes The colored man who had been the for some time lost his bed and wearing apparel in the i I I I Kemp r I I I I t I 1100 I i J iEv 1 improving pay- Ing i I I I occupying house Ire I r PAINT LICK Mr James Butner is in Louisville this week Mr W Fish of Berea was in our town Tuesday George Pullins and family have moved to Conway Mrs Annie Wallace is visiting her sister Mrs Sue Wallace Miss Mary Engleman is visiting her aunt Mrs E W in Richmond Mr and Mrs Jack Adams of Lancas ter were among the visitors here this weekMisses Alma and Mary Lear visited Parks in Rlchmoud centlyThe will give a party at the Hall on the evening of the 14th Miss Jessie Royston has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends BuckeyeRev McCallan will preach in the Hall here next Sunday morning at eleven oclock Mrs Mary Ann Best has moved to Lexington to enter her grandaughter Elizabeth in school Rev Huson of Lexington to a large audiance at Mt Tabor Sun day morning and evening Mrs Bob Sallee has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Sallie lard who has been quite sick at home in Stanford It is with we give up our druggist W S Fish he having been in the dru business here some ten or twelve years However be being in poor health it is hoped the change will do him much good LOWELL Mr Fado Parks sold his place of 12 acres to Will Sadler Jr Mrs Nannie Lawson Kingston visited her sister Mrs Jennie Brown last week W F Parks and family spent Sunday with Mr Francis Gibsons family at Silver creek Miss Ida Mae Hurt has returned from spending a few days with Mrs Ross Spoonsville Uncle Peter Howe who has been sick for the past five weeks with Is improving rapidly we are glad to say Mrs Mary Ralston reeived news of the serious illness of her brother Tom Klnnard of Washington City he is very low with spinal aeaenglt is Lost Watch fob on Danville street between tows d fern of old and new pike retarn tothteoSca and I II E I I I Norris Miss Jenule re Aid Soclty Miss BalI for pneumonia Danville eral reward Clothing shops 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 WlJllJ07fjj iItI t 11 II II II II ooooooooo OOOOOOOOooooooooo I OOOOONOOOOMO OOotOOOOO oooooootOOOOOO r r i STOCK I t HTL t i I 7 i 1 t C i i t Ld 7 t oooaoe Ceo oooo oooaoo o ooooooooa i j i SPRING zap we make special in ducements this time of year on anything 4 an our line of Mite Carpets Mat ting Sup Lace Curtains Etc Buy now while everything is cheap although whole sale prices have advanced 5 to 10 per cent Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley Co J A Beazley Undertaker rrREMEMBER I I I Arterial and Cavity Erabalmiig line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 I Full I always t a 1 One Word Please We have been in business in Lancas a great many years The people know us They know that we never misrepresent anything and give honest values in every sale we make We are now straightened out in our new quar ters and want you to come in to see us A hearty welcome is ready for all We have the Nicest and Best Line of White Goods Ever Brought to Lancaster We can sell them as cheap as anybody We have no fake sales to get custom ers to our store but rely upon honest values and lowest prices New Spring Goods Arriving Daily We are proud of our stock and want you to call Joseph Mercantile I can furnish you with the best grades of COAI for cash or exchange for Corn Hay Etc Bran Chop Oats Corn Millet Clover and Timothy Hay Field SeedsClover Timothy Oats Blue Grass Millet Etc Ballard FlourIn barrels or 100 lbs 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 Wneat Etc BANKS HUDSON March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Telephone Co one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 A new car load Wire Fence Ask our prices on Collars Collar Pads Hames Straps Back Bands OR ANYTHING YOU NEED ON YOUR FARM ROMflNS ELMORE Jf 1 II I terfor I- IIiI II 11 II I i 1 1M IIIII I I I I 1 1iVWiJ1U V I I FREEBy Bastin JfjlJllfbl jjJfffiifljtiJYfji16llJX Jfljrg1lfJjlJ I I IMarketsIii I I jl Z 3 r 1 11 oft Q cQ I CENTRAL RECORD Imuetl Weekly iooptr Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kya SecondClot Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Lancaster Ky February 2 1906 LOCQI Gossip Eld Tinders subject for Sunday morning is Things as They Now Stand The evening subject is The Face of the Man God Wants Me to The temperance lectures delivered in Lancaster and the county this week by orators from the Lea gue have been very enjoyable and will bring about some good The eighte District Press League is it session at Richmond today It is composed of papers inthis district and has about twenty members The Re cord is a member The State Legislature is dickering on buying Crab Orchard Springs prop erty for a feeble minded institute What pity that some moueyied man dont buy the place fix it up aud run it as a summer resort IS is the most delightful spot on earth Eld F M Tinder was in Lexington this week where he addressed the formed association of all the young peoples church societies Every ciety from every church has united for one meeting a week and the plan is bringing about much good Death of Aged Lady Mrs Louisa Perrin who has been ill for some time died at her home on Crab Orchard street at an early hour Sunday morning She suffered a stroke of paralysis some time ago and was confined to her bed for quite a Ahile Mrs Perrin was a member of the Christian church and a noble Christian woman whose life was filled with good deeds She leaves three sons J W D S and R W The took place at the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday afternood i New Books For Library The W C U library continues to grow in popularity and is proving to be a great blessing for the people The membership costs only one dol lar per year and you have access to the best collection of books in central Kentucky It is a good way to invest a dollar The following books have just been added Tillie the Eennonile Maid Evylyn Bvrd The Law of the Land Lavender and Old Lace The Prospector The Garden of Allah The Woodcarver of Lympus The Daugh ter of a Magnate The Masters Vio lin Rose ol the River The Breath of the Gods At the sign of the Jack o Lantern An UpToDate Store Lancaster can now boast of the best jewelery store in central Kentucky one which carries the very highest class of goods the prettiest selection and the latest styles We refer to the firm of Morrow McRoberts Last Christmas they sold out everything they had leaving the shelves bare They went to Cincinnati last week and purchased an entirely new stock buying about twice as many as they have previously carried and making beautiful selections of cut glass watches clocks rings sterling sliver knives forks ect The stock is pro nounced the handsomest ever shown in this section of the state and our people are proud of the fact that Lan caster has a jewelery store of which every public spirrited citizen should feel proud A Distressing Accident Thursday night Mrs Jno Ross who lives near the water works lake was working with her 3 months old babe who was sick and gave it a dose of medicine supposed to be calomel A few minutes later the little one signs of growing rapidly weaker and upon investigation it was found that a bottle of morphine was picked up through mistake and the babe had recieved enough to kill a grown per son The child was brought to the of lice of Drs Burnet and Amon who worked with it all night but the lit tIe life ended about six oclock the next morning The parents are heart broken over the accident They are wellknown in Garrard and are very popular Mr Ross being one of our most honorable and substantial cltl County Medical Society The Garrard Co Medical Society met at tLe office of Drs Burnett Amon in this city Thursday evening The meeting was attended by the doctors J G Weslyof Middlebuig J G Carpenter of Stanford Jackson of Danville Kinnaird Acton McNees Amon and Burnett of Lancaster A very interesting paper on Otitis Media was read by Dr Jackson which was discussed by all present Dr Wesley who is district counselor then gave a very instructive interesting talk at the conclusion of which toe doctors adjourned to Zimmers restaurant where elegant supper was The supper was given by Drs Bur nett and Amon and was greatly en joyed The next meeting will be held the last Thursday evening in thi at the office of Drs Amon iv 1 t tit Be charter newly fOe l r f l zens r I following I an l i I possibly Anti Saloon interment k sho- ed I La and served month 4- l fly tYt Bank At KirksvilSs Hutchison of the bank of Kirksville on nights train and he tells us the iustitution is starting out under the most encouraging circumstances The Baptist Aid Society will meet Monday afternoon at two oclock with Misses Bane and Knapp West All members are requested to be there is important business to Better As The Record receives twice as much mail as any other business house in town Postmaster West has had a box made which is double the size of those used by the two banks and very greateful for his kindness as our mail sometimes fell out and did finally pull the old drawer to pieces We now have a box about two feet wide and a foot deep and this is fre quently overflowing Mr West does all in his power for the patrons of the postolllce and is a model postmaster A Good Suggestion County Attorney J E Robinson has suggested to the fiscal court the plan of working the prisoners on the county roads and the court is thinking seri ously of adopting it Mr Robinson tells us that there is a law for this and it sari be done to great The court has to pay laborers a day and it is hard to get men at this price There are always a lot of prisoners in the county jail and it costs a lot of money to feed them There is always work needed on turnpikes and if Mr Robinsons suggestion is adopted it will work to good advantage in many ways Sums trifling people try to get into jail in bad weather as jailer Ross keeps a good fire and feeds them bet ter than they can get elsewhere The Record trusts that the court will make the prisoners work More Help in Record Office Tits Record has secured the services of Miss Mamie Walters an exceedingly bright and competent young lady to assist In the office work This makes five persons toiling on The Record every day of the week and we now hope to get out all orders just a little quicker and better than any other printing office can serve your wants Nearly every printing office now girls instead of boys as they are more reliable are always at their post they do not get drunk smoke swear or kill time Another great advan tage is the fact that they do not get too smart as most business men find male employees sometime grow It is our prediction that within a very few years girls will have entirely displaced the male printers ex cepted of course The only objection we have to girls working in our office is the fact that we are forced to go out to the woodshed to swear An Interesting Talker One of the best features of the mid winter meeting of the State Press As sosiation was the talk by Col Win Lightfoot a former Keutuck ian now of Chicago He has been on the lecture platform for a number of years and has oeen all over the world He paid a beautiful tribute to his native state and to the South lIe said he rejoiced in the fact that the bitter feeling between the North and South had been wiped out but that Mason Dixonslme would always be the dividing line between cold light bread and hot biscuit He also told of the Southern girl who was visiting some Northern relatives and the latter had a great deal of fun over the way of talking They kept this up until she became weary of it and fi nallyone asked if she ever went to school Being answeren in the affirm alive she was asked what good did it do What did you learn Well she replied it took me most two months to learn that Damned Yan kee was not one word A Model Official One of the mosttalked of mayors in the state at present is the Hon Clai ence E Woods of Richmond by rea son of his declaration that while he is in the executive chair of the city the Uws shall be enforced regardless of consequence and the further fact he is keeping his promise and about reforms the city has needed for many year His first step was to have the saloons live up to the letter of the law and drug stores to comply with the city ordinances This was i t f We met present- as transact accommodation- of I advantage 150 employs typesettersjob Fischer II CishierItIi flew Saturday Facilities ware Southern brining e not done with a flourish of trumpets but in a quiet modest way that will bring about lasting results One of the principal reasons for these good is the fact that the people of Richmond know Clarence Woods and are with him The fact that the people are backing an oficer and will stay with him has to do toward bringing about good than anything else Mr Woods is a clean honorable Christian gentleman is just such material as needed at head of all public affairs e results more and the Sr 4 4 S 4 tirsryery a ingL f1e 3 h Ed Bishop Dead laicasters Popular Mayor Ta ken Suddenly HI Last Sun day Morning Lingers Until Thursday Morning Whea Death Ends His Unselfish Career The death of Ed Bishop which oc curred this Thursday morning about half past seven oclock was the great est shock the community has suffered many years Only last week the pltcure of health he wasat his post of duty in the store of Joseph Mercantile- Co Sunday morning he came up street and ate some English walnuts He grew sick and went home In a few minutes thereafter he was siezed with violent vomiting contiued to grow worse and became unconcious Tuesday night his throat became paralized Dr Kinnaird called and later Dr Acton was called in consulta tion but there was nothing to do for Air Bishop The doctors think the vomiting caused the rupture of a blood vessel this bringing on the par alysis Ed Bishop was born in Lancaster about fiftytwo yearn ago With the exception of about one year spent in Virginia he spent his entire life in his native town He was educated in the public schools and for several years was deputy sheriff The remainder of time was spent as in store of Jesse G Sweeney and with the Jos eph Mercantile Co The fact that he remained with only two firms for so long a time goes to show his marked ability as a salesman The Alwise Being never created a kinder hearted more noble nor truer friend than was Swartz Bishop and many a tear will be shed by those who knew him best and were acquainted with his many lovely traits of character We have been intimately associated with him since we were a small boy and never did we hear him utter an un kind word shout anyone lie had a superlative contempt for backbiters aud scandal mongers At the last election he was made mayor of Lancaster without any op position an evidence of his high stand ing with our people He was public spirited and only his limited means prevented him from aiding substanti ally in every enterprise proposed He said to the writer only last week I wish I had the money that hotel pro position would be put through migh ty quick Such expressions show the good citizen the kind who are a ben tit to a community and the loss of such men is indeed a blow to the town He was Master Mason an Odd Fel low and a Knight of Phthias and one of the leading workers in each lodge lIe took prominent parts in the de gree work of all these orders but the most important was in the Knights of Pythias of which order he was a char ter member For a number of years he was Chancelor Commander of the local K P lodge The funeaal services will be conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery tomorrow Friday afternoon at halfpast one oclock Eld F M Tinder will officiate assisted by the Masonic Odd Fellows Knights of Pythias and Maccabee lodges the burial taking place immediately Slier Captures Whisky Tuesday as Policeman Slier was patrolling the Chute he saw Carey Mullins drive up in a buggy and take out some jugs He at once investigat ed and Muilins had locked up the jugs in a closet Siler procured an down the door and siezed two jugs and several bottles which were brought to the police court room Mullins was arrested and tried Wednesday at which time Judge Armstrong assessed a tine of 100 and fifty days in jail Siler testified that Mullins resisted when he entered the house and began to break down the door and he was forced to strike Mullins several times City Attorney R L Davidson was as listed iu the prosecution by Messrs R H Tomlinson and W I Williams while Mr L L Walker represented the defen dant The case was appealed to the circuit court Several members of the W C T U attendeo the trial Now that the ofllcer has gone so far lets see how many of our citizens are going to back him up in his efforts Garrard Countys Representative If his Garrard county friends could go to Frankfort and hear the many nice things said about D Cochran they would indeed feel proud that they had selected him to represent their county in Legisla tune While there last week we had ocsassion to talk with a great many of the members and incidentally felt them in regard to our man Every one spoke of him as a man of ability unquestioned honesty and absolutely unapproachable on any matter that is not for the best in terests of his Speaker HenryLawrence having served on the floor of the house with Mr Cochran knew his ability and high sense of duty o placed him on some of the most im portant committees Having been a member of a previous session the fessional lobbyists know the kind of meterlal of which Mr Cochran is com posed so they dare not approach him He not seek notoriety by Introduc log a lot of bills but goes along in a quiet modest way and gives each mat ter careful thought and casts his vote in fayor of tbatT which he believes will work greatest good to the greatest number As stated above we made into the matter and can that people have every to present them ia toe General S PX JS ggfi in was VI- Olent thereafter axebroke Representative- S 8toAa albly J t ir 1 exceptional constituent pro does the the reason feel proud of the man they rep I New Goods are arriving daily You can you want ir iron the most staple article to the latest novelty See our new and pretty line of Hamburgs end 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 Boys Shoes A Full Line of Mens Furnishings THE Paints Window Glass ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kcmper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Statmt condition Dec 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 7r5Ki fiO J CAPITAL 1600000 533334DueBunking House and Lot 1 SCO DO j Mortgages 10082 00 miiCash 70s lJ I Furniture aud Fixtures 1000 00 M COY R U ARNOLD LIABILITIES i Js BURROWS j Capital Stock FISHIndividualOur Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance WOODS Tin Shopt We invite you to inquire for prices on 35 Tin Guttering 1 and all kind Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing low prices for a short time is This 13 your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros r TZJ findanything J DRY GOODS NOTIOfiS ETC SaOES Logan Dry Goods Co OOC OOO CO OCCOOCOOOO Oils and Putty Cnccc I I il I In McRoberts rug Store OOOOOOOOOO COOOCOOOO I II arOHS i R G GUYS II 11JO 00 J B E L WOODS I mmmnnr trnnrnunnnnnrn f aI= E E Roofing 5 9 I iUiUiUiiUIUiUiU1U l1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU I J o- fT N a r- rtvI Miss has an elaborate line of distinctive 8j HEADWEAR direct from the Fashion Centers cordialinvitation is 5Svjpa extended to all to call and see new styles I SilUE D TILLET I JllfrQtlgqX Millinery Sallie Tillet I I 1mI the 1IrI I X QQQ 4 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 call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Jesse DWearen Iisiraice Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentuckj GaiBea Hotel will Ii Age1t Old Line yr- z Our prices on I ftrnoPiGdfl will interest you MOUNT ELKIN 1 rI t I i FENCEiT a I Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Mrs J L Jones was in Danville the past week Dr McNees leftJIonday on a business trip to Birmingham Ala Miss Kate Huffman of Stanford is the guest of Miss Rate Henry Mrs McGeeof Livingston is the guest of her son Mr Jno McGee Mrs Louise Arnold has returned from a visit to relatives In Richmond Miss Carrie Currey is in Danville visiting her sister Mrs F D Gaines Miss Mary Forman leaves this week for a visit to Mrs Joe Falconer of MiddlesboroMr John Frances have tak en rooms at Ballard boarding house Danville avenue Judge J C Ilcinphill and Mr Charles West have returned from a business trip to Louisville Mrs Theodore Currey has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs W A Carson of Stanford Mr Wade Bush of St Louis has been visiting friends and relatives here in his old home Mrs R E Henry of Eldorado Ark is the guest of her parents Mr and C Robinson Saturdays Louisville Times contain ed a handsome picture of Arleen Bernice Mannix Mrs Jacob Joseph has returned from a visit to her parents in Eton Ohio and to her son Adolph in Chicago Miss Theo Ilemphill the popular music teacher of Madison Institute spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks Mrs Smith and children who have been guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Solon Henry have returned to ner home in Eldorado Ark Miss Lettie Mae McRobets was a charming hostess Friday evening to the senior class of the Graded School Miss McRoberts is one of our popu lar debutants and proved an ideal hostessMr Mrs Ernest G Brown are re cieviug congratulations over the ar rival of a pretty little girl christened Martha Thompson The mother will be remembered here as the popular Miss Mary Thompson Mr and Mrs W H Whcrritt left this week for New Orleans and Mobile to spend the remainder of the winter with their children Mr W M Bogle and wife Mr W A Berkle and wife Mr William Wherritt and wife Lexington Herald Mr and Kr Mrs J Marjorie and E II r i k I I 4 I i I Wheeler Early entertained at six oclock dinner last night at their home on the Richmond pike in honor of Miss Sara Earley and her guest Miss Aleen Bourne of Lancaster Bub Spanhower feft Monday morn ing to visit relatives in Greensburg IndianaMrs Farris entertained a nubmer of friends at an elegant Wednesday J Bradford Jennings left for a three months tour of Illinois in the inter est of a New York wholesale house Misses Tevis Carpenter and Sue Woods of Stanford were tbeguestsof Mattie Elkin Wed nesday and Thursday Cosby Logan left for New York city Wednesday where he will enter Estey and Gardners Business College after completing the course he will accept a position in the J M Logan Companys ollice Mr W of Chicago was here this week on a brief visit to his broth er He was here some time last year with the hemp machine and made quite a number 01 friends who were glad to see him again He reports our good friend Mr J E Keith as being in fine health In its writeup of the Kentucky ed itors meeting at Frankfort the Ky Journal is kind enough to say this Ex president Louis Laudram who has been ill for a long time has apparently fully recovered and gave his friends joy by his presence Louis is the pet of the association Stanford Interior Ma is visiting Miss Sallie T Smith in Lancrster Mrs E W Harris of Lancaster is visiting her sun Mr J Randolph Harris at Turners ville Mr and Mrs Harry D Ald ridge spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr and Mrs J II Durham at Bryants villeMr and Mrs Noah Marsee quite a number of the young people Tuesday evening at a birthday party given in honor of their daughter Miss Annies fifteenth birthday many hand some presents were received Au ele gant supper was served and a most enjoyable evening was spent All joined in wishing her many returns of the happy event Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkansas writes II L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after live years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds great est medicine Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At R E McRoberts druggist 50c and 81 00 Trial bottle free 1m MissesSallie and A Shely JournalMiss ry Mobery entertained It dinner Come and see our large line of Ranges and Cooking STOVESOur Prices are way down See our Electric Ranges- and will save you money HASELDEN ROBINSON rv Pl Ni II Hi I I The city council meet Monday night Eld Dorgan of Danville will preach at the Fork church next Sunday after noon at three oclock Death of Mrs Palmer After a lingering illness Mrs Jno M Palmer died at the family resi dence near Point Leavel Tuesday about one oclock She was about years of age and was Miss cy McDonald before her marriage She was a consistent member of Fairview Christian church and a woman whose life was filled with good deeds and charity She reared large family of children those living today being Mrs Thos Traylor Mrs Marlout John son Mrs Emaia Higginbotham Mrs Margaret Burk Mrs Anna West Messers Wm Thomas Geo and Lee Palmer Services were conducted the residence the burial taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery Sad Death of Will Hume A great many Lancaster friends and acquaintances were deeply grieved to learn of the sad death of MrWS Hume who was in the wreck of the steam er Valencia off Vancouver Island on the extreme northwest coast last week Mr Hume was a Richmond boy wellknown to the socity folk of Cen tral Kentucky Until recently he was connected with the Hume Cooperage Co of that city but accepted a as traveling salesman for a San Francisco whiskey house He was en route to Alaska on the Valencia when the vessel into rocks and soon sank Only a few of the several hundred pasengers were saved as nothing can be heard of Mr Hume his family have come to the conclusion that he was drowned He leaves his mother one brother Ed and two sisters Will Hume was a son of the late W S Hume the Silver Creek distiller and was be loved by all who knew bin It is re ported that he was engaged to oe mar ried to a leading Central Kentucky belle next fall The U D C The Mary Walker Price chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy observed the birthday of Robt E Lee Jan 19 The exercises were held at the residence of Mrs Alex Doty the decorations being of red and white We love to honor him our great and good general We delight to hold his life ever before the world and the ris ing generation as the highest type of manhood and one who followed close in the footsteps of Jesus The meet ing was opened by an address by the president Mrs Alex Doty followed by a prayer by Mrs Fannie Farra Miss Mary Doty then favored us with some tine music which was followed by a poem Going to the Reunion by Mrs Ed C Gaines Miss Katie Lee Denny then sang a song The Vacant Chair Selections were read by Mrs B F Hudson Mrs Martha Frisbie Mrs Jas A Royston Mrs J B Jennings Mrs Ed C Gaines all pertaining to his ancestry birth boyhood home re and naval education His life in peace his war record and every element which goes to cvltivate an allaround man and his triumphant death Miss Katie Lee Denny then sang a song The Home is Not What it Used to Be and Mrs Fred Frisbie favored us with two poems The con qured Banner The Prayer of the South Misses Mary Doty and Katie Lee Denny then sang Dixie Robt E Lee was a foe without hate a friend without treachery a soldier without cruelty a victor without oppression a victim without murmuring He was a public officer without vices a private citizen without wronga Christian without hypocracy and a man without guilt He was a Caesar without his Frederic with out his tyranny Napoleon without his selfishness and Washington without his reward He was as gentle as a woman in life mo dest and as pure asa virgin in thought watchful as a Roman vestal in duty submissive to law as Socrates and grand in battle as Archilles United Daughters of Confederacy Obituary On Thursday morning Dec 281905 at 3 oclock the death angel came and took little Homer Hays the 7 old son of Mr and Mrs John Hays He bad been sick for several montbs but bore his suffering with all patience They had done all they could for him but the Lord called him to that home beyond where there is no sickness nor sorrow He was unusal ly bright and promising and the pride of his devoted parents Most sincerly dole sypathize with them in thistbe darkest hour that has ever to the happy house hold He was taken to Versailles and after appropriate ser vises Interred at the Cemetry at that place Weep not father and mother he has only gone on before orating to welcome you there when you enter that place where parting will be no more The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effective remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to all diseases due to malaria prison and constipation 25c at Me Roberts Drug Store 1m They say the Chute is as dry as a bine Heres hoping officers will keep the lid on as tightly as It now is Frightfully Burned CbasW More a machinist of Ford city frightfully burn en in an electrical furnace He ap plied Bucklens with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczama and Piles 25c jltREMcRoberte Druggist 1m will Nan actsof ran come bears- a I seventy position and latlon collegiate ambition year cure sthe PadArnica Salve t BOURNE John Jackson sold two nice horses to Nicholasville parties for 300 Wm Duncan bought several nice shoats cf Morford Dunn at 5cts per poundMr Turner and family of Lan caster were visitors of Mr and Mrs Joe Turner Sunday Mr Arthur Smith and sister of Hiattsville were visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Thos Morford of Danville was visiting his son Mr Sam Morford and family Saturday and Sunday Mr Tom Broaddus wife and hand some little son of Marksbury were visiting at Mr Allen Rays Sunday Mr Wm McWilliams and grand daughter Miss Mayme Adams of attended preaching here Sun day and dined with Mr and Mrs Job MarseeIf want the best goods at loviest prices call on Morford Dunn at this place As they are disposing of their enormous stock of goods at reduced prices It will pay you to give them a call before buying elsewhere Rev C S Ellis filled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and and delivered His time as pastor of this church will soon expire and it is hoped he will be called to the pastorate again as he is one of the best preachers we have ever hadMr Chester Anderson whose illness was reported in last issue of the Record died at his horns near this place Mon day night lIe had been a sufferer for sometime of that dreadful disease and his death had been for several days He had acted as clerk of the Baptist Church here for several years and that congrega tion never had a more faithful sincere worker After funeral services con ducted by Rev Ellis the remains were interred in the Mt Hebron cemetery The stricken relatives have sympathy beyond measure in their great BEUNA VISTA Miss Mary Askins is with relatives near tiurgin Vergil Scott sold his horse in Lan caster Friday for 125 Mrs J C Henning of Kansas is the guest of Miss Maud Ventrise Miss Cordelia Hamilton of Middles boro attended church here Sunday Mr Joe Brown and wife of Mercer visited MrsJ B Robinson last week Miss Lillian Poor will leave Monday for a normal course at Bowling Green Messrs John Woods and Wilhort of Danville in our vicinity buying mules last week Miss Alta Boner of Bryantsville was the guest of Miss Bessie Bolton Satur day night and Sunday Drummond McMurtv has moved his family to Louisville wliere he has a position on a street car Mr James Soilman who has been visiting in Oklohoma Kansas and Missouri will return this week Chas Sechrist has a barber and shoe shop in our Give them a call and be convinced he can give you satisfaction Miss Bertha Christopher who has been visiting near Wilmore has re turned accompanied by her cousins Miss Herry Cecil MT HEBRON The sick of this community are im provingRev Ellis filled his at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Mollie Crawford has gone to spend the winter her brother Mr Wm CrawfordMr Montgomery fell from his barn loft last week and dislocated shoulderMr of Wilmore spei t Saturday night with his brother Mr J C Crawford Miss Leila Scott is spending a few weeks with her brothers Messrs Her man and Spencer Scott in Cincinnati C R Anderson born Mar 1875 died Jan 22nd 190G age 39 years He leaves a widow a mother and an uncle with a host of friends to mourn his loss but it can be truly said that their loss is his gain He expressed himself as being ready and that be didnt fear to die only regretted leaving his wife and mother with out a protector Deceas ed has been a consistent member Mt Hebron church for a mumber of years Furnal services conducted Wed nesday by Rev C S Ellis at the church after which the remains were intered In Mt Hebron burying ground to await the resurrection of the dead J C Clouse has gone to Berea on businessJames Cloyd visited relatives at Broadbead and Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday- W H Furr sold a tat hog to Henry Maryett at 9475 per hundred also one to James Cloyd at same price W H Purr bought a load of from Arthur Stuart at 2 00 a load from George Level at priceOur pastor Rev A C Baird has been to fill the in the Bap tst church at Crab Orchard on text Sunday Wm Cambell has sold his farm to J C Clause for 8400 Wm Cambell has b u ht property in Berea he hag entered the mercantile busineae two excellent disc urse consumption were Halite and S appointments f WOOD delivered same pulpit Lancaster Ss expected bereavement village FLAT corn also invited where Y 0 Business Items New goods arriving daily at The Logan Dry Goods Co tf My dwelling on Danville street New and has all modern conveniencies Possession given immediately Jas II Dunn tf A Brand new line of pretty Ham burgsVal and Torchon laces at Tue Logan Dry Goods Co don tf About ten or twentylive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year to this olllce tf Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and get it crush ed for feed Banks Hudson Money To Loan 1st mortgage on real For call at this office tf I will be at my olllce Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf ilittle A Dunn Supt We want your country produce and tf A Toilet Articles of e vterscliscription at Frisbies Drug Store T See Mrs Dome Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 10 21 tf Your orders for coal will have J B Foster representing E F Spears Sons of Paris is paying 4J cents per pound for hemp delivered at Stanford Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just receives by tf Banks Hudson ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf per Tablets Drug Store If you want to see tall hustling just ring up see how quickly we can deliver your order for anything in the grocery line Curry Herndon tt Youve heard of money that talks thats all right but we goods that talk and they will talk in such a low strain as to money laugh The Logan Goods Co tf Yes we are goinj to continue in business and we will show a com plete to date line ofDry Goods Notiosn Shoesqents Furnishing Car pets Ve will ap preciate your will give you satisfaction L The Logan DryGoods Co tf The finest Perfume ever Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksbury and Hudson ware house Call phone 1C or 20 It Co Window glass all size Paint Putty Varnish and lowest prices Frisbies Drug For chapped Hands face or Ups use Almond Cream fiItively cure them tf FrisbioJs Drug Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niuins chrysanthemums etc and you will do see placing your orders tf 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 convkj lion of said parties s Take your prescription Drug Store he uses but the very finest drugs ob tainable 2 2 tf Repair Shop I have opened a harness shop at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am prepared to du the best work in or making harness 1 have had 14 years experience and I guarantee all iny work on saddles and harness Dec S B Jennings Tobacco Hogsheads I can save you money on tobacco hogsheads and deliver at any point between Lick and Rowland at less money than others charge Tele phone me J L West Hiattsville Ky tf Notice to Consumers When you want or salt make my office your 1 glad to have you at any old that suits you best and an make prices on coal surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in 5 miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car load lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and always paying highest market forall kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815H Bells flowers Go everywhere Promptly delivred with telephone and express perpaid when ordered Ed C Gaines agt phoneNo 100 tf Avoid Disappointment place your wed o r funeral design with Ed C Gaines representing the leading flo rist Orders filled day or night 100 tf Mules For Sale Farmers wanting to buy work mules will make money by calling at W B Burtons sale havfi 50 good ones to select front tt W B Burton For Rent sausageHighest Wanted 60000lotsin- formation u n priceCome Coal appreciatedIf byEdNewest and latest hjJEfs In Box Pa and e Frisbie 181 and I laVe your ou patrona DrugStore Vest olJs t e r5cts t rlsbtes no g and hemicas repair- Ing 18t c office where w e t e here an sa Telephone 1 36 c Apply estate a 1 make Dry etc eand line Jof 1 iv s puss I h out In order to close out my entire stock of GROCERIES and CHINA by the first of March I offer it at COST Remember this sale will be for Cash OnlyT- his is no FAKE SALE I mean BUSINESS Lancaster Grocery Co Our line of Druggist 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 FRISBIES DRUG STORE i e3o00 eo xx x ooooooooooooc Stock of 8 General Merchandise X in Bryantsville Kentucky This is the best stand to goods in Kentucky My store is new clean and upto date I will sell stock of goods and the store house can be X rented or leased for a term of years or it can be bought X at a bargain X This stock of goods is in the store house owned by tits Bros and is the best business house in Garrard Coun X ty I am business of 1500 per month For full X J particulars call on or address J if A T SCOTT I Bryantsville Kentucky g X OOttOOOOCKX OOOOOOO K O OO K Portland and Black Diamond Cement l Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint Store I The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1 t MIIY Pr Mni JOHN f Viet Pmt I S C DENNY Cashier B Bookkeeper I- J DIRECTORS BaMl D Cochran Alex B Denny A f Jon B Stormes W H KlnnalrtL B- vO4K f 0 r I I SundriesI I s I I I I ler SaIe Ii I ellI I IPe- tS doing a J I I I s II II I l 10000 maMas 11 Robinson AeatCashr T C BoN c Li 1 x 3 r D E12 a IL 1 Om0tt0OB06000A000000 0OO064OO Ot 493 9 1 Embry r J 4ciY INDIGESTIONS RECQKD J The test I can prescribe for TOOT madam is Greens Flower it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause sudden It is heartfailure in its ghastly harvest healthy and even robust men a hearty meal and oftheir dying in many cases a physician be called in This should be a to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of vic of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower or after their meals would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures Flower indigestion by creatinggood digestion It the and tones up the entire system in a natural T fTwo 250 750 AU druggist for Main for K ItlcKoberta ORGANIZATION UNIMPAIRED Says President Stuart of Growers Company Its Future Rests With Stockholders No Liabilities In Good Shape To the stockholders of theK O Blly iofoacco Growers Co f r uoiritf Into details on what lii men dune I deem it proper to correct an erroneous impression that a few stockholders seem to have and that is that we guaranteed that if we did nor get the tobacco signed up we would c ve tliPtn back their iii i i pisiMon was never thought of i a uil over to my knowledge It doubtless grew out of the state men made in reference to the which was and so stated on the subscription list signed that if we se cur d the amount stated namely 250000 III Miberiptions and 10 per rii i id iiio hank w would organize it IK lIlt we failed to organize the coin pan v hat the trustees of the sev eral funds would hand back the money paid in This WitS a proposition pure and n is tu the Mrxmiziti of the XV ri 1 iMinize the Com in iMf y was remitted to Tieaiurer in accordance with the plains of organization As soon we organized and elected olllcers and went to work that ended that proposition but no one ever suggested a guarantee that the growers would sign up their tobacco such a guarantee as that would he imposible for any one to make and would not be a sound busines pro position but those parties who and paid their 10 per cent are the stockholders of this Company and oarbooks and records are open at all times for their inspection Our stockholders and the growers are in a general way well informed of the fact that we began the organiza tion of this Company about the first of August aud the work was closely up oy holding meetings in which the plans previously adopted by the meeting of delegates at Lexington were fully explained and the benefits of the organization very thoroughly dwelt upon On the 27th of September the Company was incorporated and equiqped with its officers for business Immediately thereafter using the names and address that the old Company bad securen in 1904 we began the work of explaining the pur poses or our organization all overagain direct to the grower by mail To do this we had to have a large force of clerical help mmediately The canvas was taken up and the Burlev district 44 counties and in addition some outside counties were Indigestion st I know other phYSICIans wllo prescribe s beating read in the of suddenly with acute indi esti tms before R money- S organization ill I I lit a subscribed followed organized entire several You apparently i i 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 relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky To Hunters jfyou would know ofa country which abounds iu turkeys duck quail squir rels and other small game with many a good chance at deer get copy of the booklet Feathers and Fins on tneFrisco It tells about hunting and fishing in tbe Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent tree on request by A Hilton General Passen gee Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo tt w new II i 7 40Jv 1- J lUuruuKbly eauvdhbed nsrae post office address acid estimat d pounds of tobacco for 1904 and 1905 AS fast as we secured these names and addresses we sent them circular letters explained what contract A was necessity of signing up the tobacco iu order to make the entirprise asuccess This year all labor In the country tak ing satatistics was paid for by us this enabled us to have it done thoroughly the meantime we prefected organiza in each county and when the time arrived the first of November to send out contract A we were enabled to reach every grower in the entire Bur ley district requiring about 42000 names and addresses to be written contracts to be mailed including envelopes printed and the letter also enclosed urging upon the grower tbe absolute necessity of immediately signing and returning the same Procuring the necessary facilities this cost us considerable money tbe labor and material the result was that we prefected to a remarkably successful degree our organization in the country We had from forty to lit ty good substantial men acting as chairmen or managers in each county who proved by their labors that they were sincere and earnest in their work and with few exceptions labored to bring about the result aimed In fact all that was promised as the result of organization was successfully attained and it received the untiring and energetic support of all the cflicers of the Company from first to last and through the proposition aimed at namely the securing of the tobacco was not reached it was through no fault of the Company or lack of any thing the Company could do The growers received our contract A but they declined to accept or sign conse quently we failed to get anything ap proaching the required amount of to bacco This of course was the undeni able privilege of the grower and it is no part of our duty to criticise his judgment Time and circumstances will develop whether it was good or bad but it must not be stated or as sumed by any one that the Kentucky Ohio Burlev Tobacco Growers Com pany is a failure so far as its organiza tion and work concerned because the growersdid not accept the proposition made to them by tbe Company The organization still remains is iu good shape has no liabilities and be us ed by its stockholders to render any aid and comfort or benefits to the grower that the good judgment of its stockholders and Board of Directors may Contract A was simply a straight ft r ward business proposition from the Company to the grower to purchase his tobacco Tbe grower declined the off er That incident is closed but tbe Company itself is ready and able to carry out any other proposition that it Board of Directors may see proper or that may appeal to their best judg mentTHE KENTUCKY OHIO BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS COMPANY A Stuart Tres A Healing Gospel Th3 J C Warren pastor of Shar on Baptist Church Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Its i Godsend to mankind It cured me uf lame back stiff joints ond complete col lapse I was so weak it took me halt an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like three more Its made a new man of me Great est remedy for weakness and all Stom ach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at McRoberts Price 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 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 trains leaving Louisville at 730 A M and 5 P M dally and running solid Evans ville with out change Tbis line also operates free reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Dan ville 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 miles the shortest to St Louis tf i taI bet In tion I return besides I untiringly can 1 Rev phJ scal j Drug Store forty three I d the too adoptS LOW PROTEIN CORN while the proportion of protein in all forms is seen to be small Thfs can be determined by taking a Rharn knife and cutting open several PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats CornBarley and Linseed Meal properly balanced and ground For horses containsCotton Cheaperand than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Seeds Fertilizers Grains i IF WE COULD HEAR IT ALL It we could hear the flowers bloom It all their music we could know As we arc conscious of perfume How would our souls enraptured be With their transcendent melody If all earths grief could smite the ear Could utter all its grim despair If human anguish we could hear Transmitted Into dirge and prayer Oil with what boundless sympathy Our hearts would know griefs bitter plea And God does know He made the ear Each opening bud lie hears U sing Each vibrant thought shall He not hear Whose hearing hath no limiting lie hears through discord sweetest And we shall hear It so sometime Frank A Breck in Chicago Advance A THOUGHTFUL GIFT How a Missionary Couple Were Made Glad for a Whole Year on Their Lonely Foreign Field A young missionary couple going out to the field for the first time last year received a most thoughtful gift from the young womans friends writes Miss Miriam Locke Corbin from China to the Chicago Advance It was presented to them at the reception in the brides church Toward the close of that evening one of the ladies produced a laundry bal of blue denim and handed it to the young missionaries The bag was found to contain 52 packages each one bearing a date and the name of tho giver Beginning with the week when tho young missionaries sailed from their native shores one package was to be opened each week Eacu packet contained a Jittle gift a book a pretty handkerchief or collar a photograph or some similar remem brance ofttimcs including a helpful message from the giver The bride immediately dubbed it The Wonder Bag Only those who have been in like conditions can understand what joy this gift brought two young people in the long first year of exilo from their native land Each week the day when the Wonder Bag was to be opened was looked to with liveliest anticipation The givers were rewarded with a pe ponal letter and these written when the vivid first impressions gave the writers facile pens were not the least of the blessings that the magic bag was responsible for The giv ers of the packages were almost all members of the church to which the young missionary had belonged from childhood and their gifts were given with a personal touch that made them doubly precious This thoughtful gift is spoken of in the hope that other churches may take up the suggestion and nialco other young missionaries happy FARM GARDEN un we could hear the grasses grow chime farewell package forward fe N t laundry THE CORN KERNEL How the Examination May Deter mine Much About the Quality of Corn One Is Growing By the kernel of the corn it is to tell much about the quality of corn one is growing As a matter of instruction we publish the cuts which were designed under the direction of Prof Hopkins of the University of Illinois The first one shows a kernel of low protein corn The proportion of crown starch in this ker nel to the other portions is seen to be very large as is also the horny starch possible accompanying Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Potatoes Poultry Supplies Onion Sets Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated i V iwi Seedsmsu LEXINGTON1 KY S S I S i i Lewis Y LKAVELL President JJ WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIBECTOitS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F J Walker T M Arnold r I I Hudson- J I p sos zoo Kernels or corn ana malting compari tons The kernels having a large amount of protein will look like the second kernel shown here The proportion of crown starch will be found to be com paratively small while the horny gluten will be found in large supply While a considerable portion of the HIGH PROTEIN CORN horny matter is starch yet this same horny matter is so rich in protein that it may be accepted as a rule that the greater the proportion of horny matter the greater the proportion of protein in the corn kernel The size of th3 germ also indicates the comparative amount of protein Any man that expects to do much in the breeding of corn or even in the growing of corn must make a study of the plant and its seed He must educate himself to be abe to tell the value of different kinds of corn This waiting a mechanical analysis the real sort of an education is not the work of a day or a week but it requires much study much thought and much comparison of different varieties cf corn and of different ears of the same variety SUMMER HINTS A few leaves in the hat may prevent sunstroke Clean out the fence corners in hay nail wheat field A splendid team Young Courage and Old Caution Water allowed to remain in the soil keeps it cold Calloused hands are much to be pre ferred to calloused Jour nalPut in a few hours the next rainy day fixing up the frames for tomatoes This will Keep them clean and they will do betterFew farmers yet are studying the questions relating to tillage and the garden Study of this subject means money in the pocket of the farmer Something wrong when the boys dont whistle around the old farm Noticed any such failure at your house If you have isnt it time you began to do a lit tie whistling yourself Farm Journal A Hint Potato Folk A simple yet useful laborsaving device for potato raisers consists of a stick with a bag made of cheese cloth tied on the end The cloth bag holds paris green and is knocked out of the bag by hititng the stick holding tte suspended bag with another stick By this method the labor of carrying water is saved as the paris green cat be sprinkled when the dew or other moisture is on the potato vines None of the paris green Is wasted as In sprinkling or spraying because the poison can be applied only when bugs are on the vines London purple may also be used the same way and is just as good as pads green to kill potato bugs Farmers Voice When in Trouble Are you in trouble Take the God antI walk straight into the darkness and then the night will be light about ypu Where the Light of the World is can be no lasting gJloom We may have cloudsVl3 un is shining but no darktit Presbyterian heartsFarm for potato lampO ere Ked t Convincing Proof 1 this a healthy neighbor hoodHouse See that man over there Yes Well hes got rich in two years Who is he He sells boys clothes N Y Weekly No Shoes Some claim that Adam hail more advantages Ihan the modern man said the back platform thinker Dont doubt replied the man with the genuine Connecticut cigar For instance he could go out on Sundays without the trouble of having his shoes blacked Chicago Daily News The Divinest Harmony of All That music surly Intoxicates- Is one of earths patent farts And the music that dos this most fatal work Is the music between the acts Town Topics CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE I StrangerIs AgentHealthy Counsel during a salvage case And how do you account for remem bering that incident of three ago so perfectly Bosun Brains brains Handicapped indeed he kissed me and wouldnt stop didnt you run away from him Tess Well you see thin sofa we were sitting on was awfully small anti we were wedged in so tight I couldnt move Philadelphia Press The Usual Way- I hear that Bingleson has re formedYes What was the cause He lost the easy job he had and is compelled to earn the small wages hes now drawing Chicago Poor George Now Miss Elderberry this last hamper in the boat and well be ready for our sail Can you give me a hand Or Mr What a sudden impulsive boy you are But you may ask papa and I just know what his answer will be Houston Post Too Much Suspense- So you have persuaded your to quit playing the races Yes answered young Mrs Tor kins I got tired of never knowing whether I was going to have a seal skin coat or a calico dress Wash ington Star He Certainly Did Just back from Europe are you Did you have a rough passage over Several of em I had to lick the steward three or four times In order to get any attention at all Chicago Tribune Chronological Papa please please buy me a pony 3T Johnnie youre too old to be for ponies Then papa please buy me a horse sirjust TessYes JessWhy HeywardDan husband teas- Ing r- aId THEE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA LouisyilleHenderson 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 dally until April 30 Limit to return May 3t00 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1906 ASK US FUR RATES LJIRWIN Pass ARt Gen Pass Apt J 0 1 I u l folrj 1 f frt i fi I H GALLAGHER Tray 1 b zJe COMPARING GOOD AND GAD A Little Figuring That May Surprise and Please You When Down in the Dumps When we si under the juniper tree and imagine that the world has nil gone wrong and that we might as well just give up and die suppose we take our pencil and tablet anti do a little figuring Suppose we examine our lives in all their lights and shades Let us think of tho many good things that we havo seen and heard the things that have teen pleasant and lovely in our lives the mercies and favors of every day the breath we have breathed the clothes we have worn the slumbers we have enjoyed the food we have eaten the friends we have known the thousand and one blessings which because so common we think of so little Then let us write down the advantages of schools been to us books and how they have enlightened us Let us put down all we can think of that has been in our lives Take a day a week a year if need be then draw a line under the column and add it up against it set down all the mean we have heard or said all the and sad things all the dark and the perplexing anything that has made the hours of life less hopeful or filled them with less of crooked things the hateful things the vile the abominable and the wicked things set them all down thee add them up and see how few they are as compared with those of the happier column Compare one list with the other and we will be compelled to add one more item to the disreputable and that is our ingratitude for all the abounding and manifold mer of God If there are adversities in our lives and our Heavenly Father knows there are let us not shut all the doors pull down the shades and lament that there is no good on earth But kindly remember in our grief that the whole world is full of the glory of God and His presence is a guarantee that we shall have our share of iL United Presbyterian Fixing the Blame By the way said the talkative bnr ber to the baldheaded man in the chair did you ever try my hair tonicNo answered the victim that wasnt what caused my ha r to fal out Im a married man Chicago News COINCIDENCES usII lOver I cheerthe column pleasant des I I the first girl you ever loved course dear But its strange how every girl has asked me that same question Chicago News His Extremity In these good things young Raceej said Jly faith no more Ill put My horse did not get home ahead So I got home afoot Philadelphia Press His Definition Prof Chalkdowu Now what little boy will make up a sentence illustrat Ing the meaning of the word trian gle Little Sammy Well if grubs dont ketch em try angleworms Judge The Destination A lot of people are going to the dogs said the misanthrope- Not to the dogs answered the man who disapproves of gambling to the Horses Washington Star Write A Letter to any member of or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CfapShooting I or any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as far as possible Back up your of fleers by R MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if you are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not wbat you thinkrtell whole trqth not ungrounded suspi cion tell all you know with out fearor favor Dont say the officers are In collusion with vice unless you can sub stantiate the fact A NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr PilL vs Sabra Holland c Deft All parties having claims against the estate of Elizabeth deceased will present the same properly proven to the undersigned sioner the Garrard Circuit Court on or before the 26 of February 1906 This January tb 3 M Master Comlssioner Garrard Circuit Court I SheAm HeOf The City Council YOU I 4t8S S i Stubborn CURED BY FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so run down that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia or Consumption are quickly cured by Fclcys Honey and Tar FQLEYS HONEY AND TIR soothes and heals the inflamed air allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS HONEY AND TIR Is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children- It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure tho racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Honey and refuse substi tutes that cost you the same as the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation Consumption Threatened C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn Ill writes I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I bad consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Houey and Tar it cured me and I have not been since Three SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size end the 100 bottle almost six times oj much AND RECOMMENDED BY Letter to Record Readers R E McRoberts Guarantee Hyomcl to Cure Catarrh or its Costs Nothing Editor of the Ilecord In view of the prevalence of ca- tarrhal troubles at this season of the year I want to tell your readers Mat I have never sold anything that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You yet immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to evety sufferer as it has to many our cus tomers time virtue of this preparation Personally I am interested in Ilyo mei for it is made and surd on linnor and I do not want your money unle s you are benelited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in cm nection with Ilyomei It is a tlior ou hly local treatment for a local this ease and its soothing healing medi cation goes direct to the swt where it is needed The complete Ilyomoi con sists of a pocket inhaler a niKliciiif dropper and a bottle of Hjoinei and the price is only while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents I positively guarantee a cure when Ryomet is used in accordance wilh directions or 1 will refund yur money This certainly shows lour rij h and belief in the virtues of Hymn i Yours very truly R E Me Robert ONE 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