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THE CENTRAL RECORD SIXTEENTH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1906YEAR NUBSJ c MI v 1tlEAT LESS Coal Dirt Smoke I JI house with a 1 warn for the same I amount of coal you are In I or 2 See write or phone me for pi Ices Roofing Guttering 1 and PLUMBING fnr r Wmlterndon G B Herndon Swinebroad at Law Lancaster Kentucky L Office over Stormes drug store R L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Ai i J Oftlce Jstore lJauv1l1e lit That Smooth Finish I t MORE 1 f Ashes EtC Let me warm your You can have every room useing grates JRHASELDEN zwluebroadr Attorneys rr v wcs arr OICHRISFARISs Dentist avers I i do much desired by alj men for their collars is iriven at this Laundry If us a trial bundle VW will call for your work want evidence send M N LAUNDRY 202 ol W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Phones Local Gossip Rumor has it that Lancaster will be given a Sunday train In the Spring We have a beautiful line of samples of engraved wedding invitations cards etc Come see em Very latest styles The office We have had some difficulty with publishers of city papers in getting the names of the subscribers on their lists properly If you have given us your order for any other paper and it is not coming regularly please let us know Buys In Boyle Danville News B echer Adams the real estate man sold yesterday 2oO of the farm of Dr W B Burke near Junction City to Henry Kuh man of Garrard county The price was in the neighborhood of 150CO Robt G McKee Dead Robt G McKee youngest son of the late Dr McKee of Danville died at his home in Fort Smith Ark last week and at Danville Sat urday He resided in Danville until a few ago when he located in Fort Smith and began the practice ol law He was well known in Lancaster having frequently visited here Midshipman Miller Pardoned His many friends are delighted to know that President Roosevelt decid ed to pardon Midshipman Paul Miller of Lancaster who was convicted or the charge ofhazing students in th lower classes at Annapolis Naval Ace demy It was clearly shown that Millei was not brut al in what he did and that I he had taken no part in the practice i until a lot of the under classmen came to his room uninvited disturb ed him in his studies overturner his furniture and otherwise annoyed j him Of course he was tecnically gull ty and the court had to return such v verdict but every officer at the Acca demy wanted Miller acquitted and said so As stated in last issue of Tin Record he stands third in the gradual ing class of about 140 and has ranked at the head of his classes each year during his term there That he a lot of warm friends is proven by th many expressions of joy at the Presi dents action Mr Miller will graduate in a few days and will spend a short time with relatives here before leav fug on a long cruise Senators Me Creary and Blackburn accompanied Col Jno W Miller the midshipman father to see President Roosevelt on oebalf of the young man The large dry goods establishment of W I Oldham at Richmond burned Saturday morning entailing a loss of 157000 1 was burled I calling Record acres months has One Word Please Ii have been in business in Lancas ter for a great many years The people us They know that we never I misrepresent anything and give honest i values in every sale we make are now straightened out in our new guar ters and want you to come to see us A welcome is for all j have the Nicest and Best Line of White Goods Ever Brought to Lancaster We can sell them as cheap as anybody We have sales to get custom Iers our store rely upon honest Ivalues and lowest prices New Spring Goods Arriving Daily We I J proud of our stock and want you call Joseph v We kuov We in hearty ready We no fake to but j are to q 1- T Mercantile 4y r i The U D C will meet with Mrs B I Hudson next Monday afternoon at 230 The phool who said This is go ing to be a mild winter went in hole with the ground hog Friday was bright and cold so g hog saw his shadow and we will have six weeks of bad weather ExSheriff Lawson has engaged for his sale for unpaid taxes and will appear next weeks issue of Record Sexton S B Henry tells The Record that there were forty one grown per sons and twelve children buried in the Lancaster Cemetery during the year 1905 New Telephone Numbers Put these new numbers in your tele phone books Beasley Bros Lexing ton pike 195A Also Davis Son tailors 119 The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will give a social al the church on the evening of the 14th Valentines day beginning at seven clobk Everyone is cordially invited to attend Refreshments will be served nd an enjoyable evening is promised No admission fee charged We understand another telephone company wants a franchise in Lancas ter Everyone with a thimbleful of sense knows that Lancaster has the best telephone service in Kentucky end that competion will soon result in neither line being worth a hill of beans That has been the case in other towns So long as one institution in a line of business is giviug the people what they want it is foolishness to cripple it Lilliputian Wedping The Ladies Aid Sosiety assisted by Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville will give a most pleasing entertainment at the court house on the evening of the 22nd The feature will be the wedding the characters taken by local people The an noucement that Miss Elkin will play several numbers on the piano will be hailed with delight by those people of our town who have had the pleasure of hearing the gifted young lady The entire program will be given in next weeks issue of The Record A Compliment For Mr Cochran The Nicholasvlllc Journal prints the following regarding Garrards repre sentative One of the most reliable conscientious and attentive members of the lower house is Hon S D Cochran of Garrard He is serving his second term and is regarded as an influential representative Mr Cochran resides at Paint Lick He is a member of the committee on Internal Improvements Claims Classification of cities and towns and Fish Game and Forestry He is one of the best committework ers in the Will Make Kind Needed The Records handsome little friend Master Joseph Ballou made us a call the other day which was highly appreciated Only a few years old yet he shows that he is made of the ma terlal which grows into men which will help a community 1 had a from Mr John Stormes today said the little fellow and he told me to tell you to keep on pulling for the hotel Now I want you to also for we must have it When a little child can see anything so plainly its hard to understand why grownup folks can not New Mayor Selected The selection of Mr Jno Duncan as Mayor of Lancaster meets the hearty approval of every citizen who wants the laws enforced and the position to be filled by an honest Christian The Council may havelooked for six months and a better man conld not have been found He is the man to be depended upon to do whats right and when any proposition for the betterment of the town arises the people will know exactly where he will stand It will not be necessary to hunt him up to learn his position on any question between right and wrong He is one of the very few men who put their religion into the every day walks of life and the people of are to be congratulated upon his consent to place of chief ruler over the city Mr Duncan qual itied Monday night and will wtrm the woolsack on the mayors chair un nil the next regular electron when a vote will have to be taken County Unit Bill The old county unit local opinion bill was introduced in the Senate by Senltor and in the House the following day by Representative Redwine which provides that If the whole county votes dry at the same time then the precincts that voted wet shall gb with the majority and remain dry but if the whole goes wet then those precincts that are already dry shall dry It will cause the same old hard tight as in former years for the liquor men are opposing the bill and will spend a years income to defeat it On the other hand members of the Anti Saloon League are just as goof fighters and before the battle is over they learn the skirmish was any thing but easy The liquor men this time have a factor the Anti Saloon League to deal withJa factor which has won greater battles than the one now OB the the space The I I Cammack remain t t7 J 4 i same LIl- liputian being House letter gentleman Lancaster acceptthe bounty thee will S w f 9ilvc A The first snow of any consequent fell Sunday night a cold wave sweeping over Central Kentucky Un til that time there had been nc coli weather to speak of Sunday Subject Bro Tinders subject for Sunda morning is Our privileges and best use of them The evening is Character and reputation lie was called to Morehead this weel to deliver two lectures before UK school at that place but will return ii time to fill his pulpit Sunday To Stop Swearing The City Council has instructed police to enforce the ordinance again swearing on the streets and the cue sers had better hold a silent tongue There has always been an ordinance against this but like most all laws it has never been enforced We the police will arrest the last one blanl one who cusses Handsome Calender Mr Sam B Harris of the firm o Bonne Bros Louisville has ou thanks for one of the prettist calm dars we have this year Mr Harris is a Lancaster boy who has worked his way up in business world and now holds a position of honor and trust with his firm which by the way is the leading wholesale whisky house in Louisville Their goods have a nation al reputation for purity and their sales are enormous Their house is one of the few where you can buy absu lutely pure goods these days Change of Firm J Raymond Haselden has bought interest of J C Robinson in the large hardware store of Haselden Robin son and will take possession the of the week The tin shop and business of J R is included in the transaction and both establishments will be run under the firm of Haselden Brothers These young gentlemen have been in business in Lancaster for some time and no one stands high er in the estimation of our people They are hard workers and merit the high esteem our people have for them We are srtistied that they will soon build up one of the bestpaying establishments in Central Kentucky For Clean Streets The City Council has instructed the police to inform merchants and others who have been in the habit of placing ashes and other trash on the streets that the law prohibiting this will be enforced Merchants must procure barrels in which to dump trash and these barrels must be emptied every day This will do away with the nu merous ash heaps and other unsightly and unhealthy matter placed on the streets which some people think are made for no other purpose than a place to deposit their trash Some hill billies will doubtless kick on this order but decency trust that Judge Armstrong and the police will enforce the law Men Who Kill a Town The following clipped from an contains some stubborn facts which cannot be denied A town that never has anything to do in a public way is the cemetery Any citizen who will do nothing for his town furnishes he coffin The man is so selfish as to no time fromhis business to give o the city affairs is making the shroud The man who will not adver tise is driving the hearse The man who is always pulling back from any enterprise throws bouquets on he grave The man who is so stingy ind selfish as to be bawling hard times preaches the funeral sermon and sings the doxology and thus the town yes from all sorrow and ares New Store Mr H Patterson has purchased the lock of Fred Shrader in the Sween iy store room and as advertised in his weeks issue of The Record will proceed to close out the stock at less half price in order to make room or the big lines of clothing dry goods hoesgents furnishings ect he has ust bought in the city and is arriving day Mr Patterson comes to from Harrodsburg and the pa ers of that city speak of him in the ilghest terms He has been very sue essful in business and is able to carry arge lines of the very best goods Read big ad in this issue and attend the ale He showes by the liberal use of ink that he is a good and worthy of your patronage Our Senator- R L Hubble State Senator from this listrict spent Saturday and Sunday with his family at his farm about hree miles from town Senator is one of the most popular men in he Senate and has as many friends s any member of either house He is bairman Resportionment District Railroads Library and Public Build ngs Immigration and Labor Enroll uent Agriculture Manufacture and Charitable Institutions He stands veil with the members and is as solid brick wall for what be honestly Tight Our people know veil ecougn that Took Hubble Is as ar from evil thought as is the Atlan ic f om the Pacific Mr Hobble is a made man having earned every lollar of his comfortable fortune by he sweat of his brow He Is a friend a any deseyring person In need and gill divide his last penny with a le to be horeu deserving proud of rim and now infcood haadc also the subject the hope first plumb- Ing slllovers of exchange have public buriedfree than every Lancaster his printers businessman Hubble asa believes to be self believes their tl a f seen the C man ire i y SPECIAL This and next week only at COST Hall Racks Oxidiz ed Copper 385 Baby Go Carts Tire 350 When this time is UP The price goes UP Over 60 rolls new Mat tingjust received and Carpets plenty FURNITURE Etc Galore Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley Co JA Beazley Undertaker r J I II r r Rubber j L 1 irterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 I 031 LINENS Have you seen our new stock of Linens We have a complete line of Linen Suitings Irish Linen Linen Sheetings Linen Lawns in fact every thing in the Linen Line COMBS Our uptodate sine of Fancy Combs are just in We would like for to see them LADIES NECKWEAR Ii We have a very big line of Ladies Neckwear just in r from The Styles and Patterns are new JE and Nobby But best of all the prices are way down C They run from 5c to 35c New things in Dress rp Goods are arriving every day SHOES Bargains of all kinds in the Shoe line We have all the new Spring styles in stock THE ngMillfnJtiTfnJiWMi rm aJr fiililJll JfrI IIJ m- r I you fjJ- rn rn Em I rn I rn IcI ill I I Logan Dry Goods m I T I a 40000004400440400004404404044- o 1- Q- Rh 44400040000444400040400000404- n 1 E3 Network 440QOOd0404444004000040040004 4t1 44000040400440400004440404004 COMPANY 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 make room for the im mence Terms Cash H T Logan AI IIt II 111 II II I I II III I I I to- I SPRINC STOCK I j 0 fi t f r S H 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 Hay j Field Seeds I Clover Timothy Oats Blue Grass Millet Etc Ballards FlourIn barrels or 100 lbs sacks I will appreciate a share of j 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 111ft u u tIrt tJINtIIlWM COax PE E II I IJV Vrwrr yr yr yr yri CENTRAL RECORD Jsslued Weekly LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Oficr in Lancaster Ky SecondClass MalE Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Lancaster Ky February 9 1906 Senator Took Hubble has been raking the members of the Legislature for sitting up twothirds of the night and sleeping til ten or eleven oclock the next morning and killing so much time Senator Hubble says there is no reason why the body should not go to work at nine oclock havingan hour at noon for dinner and work four or five in the afternoon exactly right but it is impossible to keep the Ileube members from at temp ing to put on city airs the fact that most of them go to bed when the chickens go to roost when at home The story is going the round that young GeoWestinuhouse the only heir to the millions of the great inventor is working as a common hand in hit lathers plant at East Pittsburg his noonday meal from a tin Wellitsall right to eat tin pail if a go it a la carte for breakfast and supper as the young man is fortunate enough to enjoy The Atchison Globe says It is a pretty good sign a man is fond of his wife when he sits on the kitchen table and watches her when she is cooking That may be true but it is a more sign that the wife loves the when she allows him to sit on the kitchen table when he ought to be work and making enough to hire a woman to cook for her Some American circus owners are considering a plan to raise wild an imals in Florida We dont know how this will work with the four leg ged animals but many parents right here in Kentucky are producing an exceedingly large crop of wild animals of the twolegged varity An engineer declares that 50000 people now do with machinery the work of 10000000 people a few years ago If he refers to political work the per centage will run much high The book of Ether has been dram atized by Ella Wheeler Wilcox If the dramatizationof the Bible keeps up you may find yourself some day planking down 2 front seat for Deuteronomv The Ohio senate Has passed a do away with capital punishment Down here in Kentucky juriesdid not watt for the law to be abolished they simply quit inflicting the penalty too per a lie until notwithstanding eat- Ing bucket fellow can certain husband ere for a Year iI r CH- is diner ito- at t t bill- Ing t The Louisville Post is a col umn under the heading Kentucky Kernels which is greatly enjoyed those people who havcnt time to long columns to get the sum and of the news The fellow who ed its that column certainly understands his business and Post readers the brief snappy Items A Philadelphia man spent 32000 on his daughters coming out party Gee but she must have been ugly Down here in Kentucky the girls are all so pretty that it takes all of Pas time trying to keep his daughter from coming out before she has finished her common school course or has even reached the age for dresses coining to the tops of her dainty shoes The papers tell of a woman the mother of twentyseven children who deserted her husband We think the word escape would have covered the case better than de serted Illinois is bragging over the that the patent office more than any other state 1 ust how many of these inventions were of the gold brick order the reports fall to state St Louis policemen have been order ed to stop all swearing in that town If this is done all newspaper men to seek other vocations In olden days ajs an exchange1 they said the die is cast Now they speak of it as shooting craps The Bright Side We love the man with the roses on his tongue the man who sees the boys dirt facebut mentions his bright eyes who notices your shabby coat but praises your studious habits the man who sees all but whose tongue is quick to praise and slow to blame says an exchange Ve like to meet a man whose smile will light up dreariness whose voice In full uf birds whose handshake Is an inspiration and his God bess you a benediction He makes us forget our troubles as the ravens dismal croak forgotten when the wood thrush sings God bless the man ot cheer There is plenty trouble and we need not Increas it There is a lot of dying ones ahead of time Former Kentuckians Going Home The Louisville Commercial Club is receiving daily hundreds of names of former Kentuckians residing in other States and in different counties who request that invitations be sent them to Home Coming Week in Louisville June Isth and 17th The Commercial Cluo under whose auspides the event will be given has already received sev eral thousand name covering every State and territory in this union and thirteen foreign countries The Com mercial Club Inviter all to send it the names and addreses of any friends or relatives who now re side elsewhere These names should be forwarded at once to R E Hughes Secretary Louisville Too often fortune smiles upon those who are unable to appreciate it j printing substance appreciate tI Inventions 11 I I IS re f shows have faults Kentuck bad hit funs f1 YgL WllfiL fJY91Iff1fl X i I nceI Best Fence on the Market I I Ask our prices on Collars Collar Pads Ham s Back Bands II OR ANYTHING NEED ON YOUR FARM IROMANS ELMORE lfJJI A new car load i Wire Qto 0 Straps YOU t L TRUE KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY The Eighth District Press Lcagcv Spends Delightful Day in Rich mond A Hustling City The meeting of the Eighth District Press League at Richmond last Fri day delightful in every sense of the word The local newspaper men Clarence E Woods A D Miller and Thos Pickles had arranged a lovely program and not one moment dragged with the visitors The majority of members arrived about noon and the entire party was taken to the elegant Glyndon Hotel where they enjoyed the splendid fare that most excellent hostlery provides for its guests A drive to the University grounds show ed the editors what an ideal place it is for the State Normal School soon to be established The building is one of the handsomest and most substan tial in Kentucky while the grounds are unsurpassed in beauty and loca tlon The citizens of Richmond to give this entire property the State provided the Legislature will locate the school there This proposition is decidedly the best and most liberal the State ever had offered it in the locating of any institution and if the question is settled upon its merits and there is no shenanigan in the matter the school will certainly go to Richmond The session of the League was filled with business of great importance to newspaper publishers and much bene fit will be desired therefrom There are twenty papers all located in the Eighth Congressional District who are members Hon Lew B Brown of Harrodsburg is president and Mr A D Miller of Richmond secretary The next meeting will be held in Danville some time in May The Richmond people are right up to the minute in business affairs and we know of no town in Kentucky with a more sociable honorable and thrifty citizenship The business and dwelling houses are neat and attrac the the streets are kept clean there is no disorder and we have never visited a city where one natives a more hearty genuine cordial reception You are made to feel at home the minute you set your brogan within the limits of the city of Richmond did our soul good to hear the many compliments passed upon Clarence Woods the new Mayor for his determination and suc cess in suppressing lawlessness the fact that he has on ly warmed the woolsack in the Mayors chair for a few weeks he has succeded in stopping the sale of liquor on the Sabbath a violation of the law that has caused much trouble in the town He opens the sessions of the city cil with prayer and invites all the citizens to attend the meeuings while the books and accounts of the city are always open for inspection by the The most delightful feature of the meeting was the banquet given the members by the Richmond newspaper men at Masonic Friday even ing Hon R W Miller presided toast master while toasts were re sponded to by R J McBride and Jno D Wakefield of Louisville Hon Jerry Sullivan Law B Brown Thos Pickles and others Mayor Woods made the address of welcome A delightful spread was served and we are told the boys did ample justice thereto som thing out of the ordinary for a news paper man to do when he has an op portunity to eat Owing to illness of our we were compelled to return home before the banquet was served It is worth the journey to Rich mond to have the pleasure of shaking hands with such noble gentlemen as our good friend Col Jas W Caperton The typical Kentucky gentleman a Chesterfield in manners and possessed of a heart as warm and tender as a noble woman Col Caperton is a citizen of whom the people should and du feel justly proud If all men were his make up the world would be as free from sin as it is possible to make it The Louisville Atlantic Railroad has opened up a territory which is of inestimable value to Richmond as it extends through a section of country which brings the bulk of its business to the town It runs through Irvine the famous Estill Springs and to Beattyville the leading town of that section of the mountains of Kentucky A splendid train service is given and the scenery is the finest in Kentucky A great deal of the travel in summer is done by people who go merely to view this scenery and enjoy the pure mountain air The Lewspapers are right up to date both from a news giving and typo graphical standpoint The visitors were royally entertained by the editors of these journals John Mam is on duty as clerk at the Glyndou Hotel He is one of the best hotel clerks in Kentucky and very popular with the patrons of the house Mine Host Curzelius is a gentleman popular with everybody and is never so happy as when doing something for the comfort of his guests We were glad to see Chief of Police Allman back on duly and about fully recovered from the injury he received some time ago Capt Allman is a splendid officer and a fine gentleman but if you want to break the law you had better seek other fields than his bailiwick to kick up the trouble One of the most popular citizens is our former townsman Mr J no E Green leaf cashier of the Richmond Nation al Bank He located in Richmond some years ago and has been quite successful in business He is highly respected end one ef the towns best proposed t tIt bighearted Notwithstanding public Temple as t l t was cot better half 8 r i ant MO1 substantial citiz ns There are quite k u umber uf Lau caster people in Richmond but in our hurry to return limited time prevent ed calling upon them On the whole the newspaper people have never been treated more royally in the eleven yens we have been running about with them and we know that every scribe present last Friday will ever remember his visit with the greatest of pleasure L L Tobacco Sales- J L West representing the Central House Louisville gives us the sales at his house last week Total sales 829 hhds G9 hhds Anderson coat 820 18 50 17 to 6 10 Fleming 19 75 19 18 75 to 5 40 133 Bourbon 17 14 50 13 50 to 4 30 71 Garrard 12 75 12 11 75 to 4 80 24 Madison 12 11 to C 10 20 Nichu las old Burley 15 75 14 75 to 9 101 Dark 6 60 6 40 to 3 85 The Right Stuff Now that we have a City Council who have the and grit to that the laws are enfoced you may look for the usual howl to go up from some people who ought to be plowing because the coun cil is determined to keep the streets clean and free from ashes and trash The Council is exactly right and we trust they will nuke an examole of some of those who are inclined to think they own the town and the ful nsss thereof Stop the swearing on the streets Prohibit the making of a dump pile out of the Public Square Keep stock off the streets Put the courtday jockey where he belongs out of town There are laws for all this and if you are not g ing to enforce them shut up shop The Record this Council and glories in the stand It has taken We know that the majority of the people are with them too Dont weary in welldoing Strike While the Iron Is Hot When business is good push it along make all you can out of the favorable the good advice of an exchange There is a stimulating in lluence under such favorable and a man can push with a good heart at such times Even the dullest are aroused to some degree of enthu siasm and energy But it isnt so easy to keep up and enthusiasm when business is dull One likes to sec immediate results from the labor And yet the dull season is the very time when the business man should be working and planning along lines that will make business brisk tomorrow or in the future The business of today is largely due to seed sown in the past As you work today so will your busi ness be in the future There is that will keep a man cheerful and confident like hard work The man who sits down and watts to turn when there is nothing gives himself over to worry and the blues The man who keeps to work forgets his troubles and his industry will soon put him in such a prosperous condition that there will be no occasion for worry Things on Which All Agree Variation of opionion is one of the most interesting and often most of human attributes Two men will agree on nearly everything of vital importance yet disagree and come to rupture of friendship ohsome thing of inconsequential concern Politics will split families rive com munities sunder nations says the Nicholasville Journal Religion will do the same Doctors will divide into schools and then subdivide into just as bitter and uncompromising aginsteach other as in the original antipathy of the parent school will wrangle and bicker in honest difference of opinion of jud ges will push aside the decision of suits that have come up from the lower ben ches and supreme courts will divide as to the final merits of nearly every case that comes before them Artists dither as to the technical worth of pic ture merchants as to the value of a of goods real estate men as to the cost of a piece of property and else as to the merits and of nearly everything under Yet there are some things on which there is practical unanimity of opinion The certain ultimate success of the inevitable triumph of virtue the of love the duty to country and family all come to mind as examples of subjects upon which civilized mankind has a unity follow- Ing back bone buck woods supported brethren seasonIs conditions energy noth- Ing Inexplicable classes Lawyers One set a everybody demer- Its honesty sacredness ot belief see for sometht line times t mig un Y No Longer Popular In the shade of the old apple tree Ive waited so long for thee that tne voice once I heard grows faint with each word till its barely a whisper to me There is no more buzz left in the bee the withered oh m I and thettrce that once grew where I waited for you has changed to an old chestnut tree In the shade of the old apple tree where you hear the olamed buzz of bee with a big knife that I swiped from my wife waiting and wachin by get Of daggers I have two or three an ax and a cutlass you see and Ill stick all these things in the next guy whusings In the Shade of thuOd Apple Tree The Pig Market Report shows that this has hero a season marked by scanty offerings of pigs at all the live stock markets of thfe county sots an exchange The reason was obvious Pigs were heal thy and there was no in ducement to market then When disease appears they go to the sham hies regardless of prices A years ago at this time the markets were Iliodecl with light and trashy hogs but few of them are in evidence now The pig season is now over The crop of last Spring has now developed into 200 pound shoals and fall litters are not popular with hog growers Fur weeks at a time recently butchers were put to the necessity of going out into the country and drumming up the pigs they actually need to supply their trade Dont Be Too Late Do not keep the alabaster boxes of your love and tenderness sealed up un til your friends are dead says an ex change Speak appoving cheering words while their ear can hear them and while their hearts can be thrilled and made happier by them the kind things you mean to say when they are gone say before they go The lowers you mean to send for their collins send to brighten and sweeten their homes be tare they leave tham If my friends have alaouster boxes laid away full of fragrant perfumes of symyathy and affection which they intend to break over mv dead body I would rather they would bring them out in my weary and troubled hours and open them that I may be refreshed and cheered by them while 1 need them I would rather have a plain colliu without a flower a funeral without an eulogy than a life without the Sweet ness of love and sympathy Let us learn to annoint our friends for their burial Post mortem kindness does not cheer the troubled spirit Flowers on the collin cast no fragrance backward over lifes weary way Deserved Hard Knocks The Hepburn rate regulation bill has already received some hard knocks in the course of the House debate Representative John Kesley Gaines during the first days debate took ex ception to the procedure for changing rates complained of claiming that the Interstate Commerce Commission the railroads and the shippers were alike hampered by the bill as it stood and that there was no provision whereby anyone not a party to the original case could obtain a rehearing on a rate once established by the Commis sinn Representatives Perkins of New York and Joe Sibley of Pennsylvania have both spoken strongly against the bill M r Perkins declared that it was impossible that there should be am active supervision of railroad rates un der it supervision woulc need instead of seven interstate com missioners seven thousand he said Mr Perkins warned his hearers that trouble would come from the claims of contesting localities in pressing which business interests would be made subservient to the interests of politics The Hepburn bill will pass the House of course as its opponents there are in a decided minority Its chances in the Senate seem to depend upon the possibility of reaching an agreement en the question of appeal from the commissions decisions The Hepburn and Dolliver bills make no provision for appeal The conservative Republican Readers led by Foraker of Ohio insist that the right of appeal and of review by the court in every case where a rate is fixed by the must be definitely granted Senator Dolliver asserts that the rail roads have by law the same protection in the courts as other interests blossoms are th carving I am everywhere t Fill their lives with sweetness I I beforehand Effective I I Commission J 0 XfJ101fjj Wlf10JlJfJ fi IjlfJIjJ rli JfJjlil XflJ I OUR MOTTONothin but tile Best to our Customers 1fiR O 6EL D rm wGmf e 7 0Very uf time lmghest hit prices to surprise you rlo Lt vincctl call at I DavidsonslfjflJjr0ffJltlJ fJY T0X fi1010r Y y WJ 7 OC O OtOCOO IP il ts OiIS and I I I Wmdow Glass II I ALL SIZES SINGLE and I III Double Strength IiI II McRoberts Drug Storo I OOO OC CC OCc 1l1iBnm11S tsT Marcia is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against I Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by IJ H KINNAIRD 1 IIISIII owcc By special with Bastin Telephone Co arty one can call me Ol1lce Phone Xo Residence Xo i g I o r00000000000000000000000000000oooooecPWoocnu ooooaoaooooooosooromaooooar Y l tywuetvcst nitle eon 00000000000000000000000000o oooaoo voa awooooo0000oooowoooooocpoooooooor Putty cr l FREE arrangements al I Every business house in Lancaster i closed during the funeral services held the late mayor Ed Bishop We never heard as many expressions over the death of I which goes to prove what an upright I clean life free frum the love of money j and self will win for a man Pretty Home Wedding Richmond Va Conseavator Be tween East ana West Camden neat the banks of the Missousi river the home of Mr G F Burdett On De cember 25th a few relatives and friend met in this home f r th purpose ol vitnessing the marriage of Miss Liz Clark and Mr Asa Elliott Rev T B lark of Liberty Mo officiating I iss Clark was born in Garrard tout ty Kentucky and when young tender in years was tailed upon wit isterand brother to give up nd father The older brothers hav ing reached an age they were able t battle through this world alone she with the younger children found homes among the relatives Miss Liz zie being old enough to choose a horn for herself hind a longing desire to cbme under uncle and aunts care m Missouri Mr Bnrdett be ing her mothers brother She with him until she married Shi is possessed of a lovely Christian a refined and and cultured lady Mr Elliott belongs to one of the oldest and best families of Riy county On the farm where he has lived for a numbsr of years he has erected and fitted up a modern cottage where he has taken his bride A Friend J lover I anyone lie pie I mot he I protect- Ing remained character min Top Row A D Miller Richmond Louis Landram Lancaster Jno D Wakefield Louisville Harry McCarty Nicholasville Clarence Woods Richmoud Second Row Chas M Lewis Shelbyville W V Richardson Danville Bn D Cozine Shelbyville Jno PulliamHarrodsburg R W Miller Richmond Third Row W Reed Embry Danville W C Barrackman Taylorsville Lew B Brown Harrodsburg Row Sam W Menefee Danville Thos Pickles Richmond Morris Bartlett Richmond i I CRABo aHAADSPRJNGS tJULV2BT190s J I i 1 Lower s L JIT IIJSKIION Mr B A Duncan sold a horse to Win Preston for 8100 Mr Russell Vanderpool and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father Mr J M Vaiiderpool atLancasterMiss was the guest of her sister Mrs Ed Ilendrickson nearMarksbury Wednesday Miss Jennie Montgomery began a select school at Bourne Monday Misses Fannie and Mary Dean of Pink spent last week with their sittersirs Herbert Roberts Mr Albert Dean and Miss Bell Brum held both of Pink drove to Lancaster last Wednesday and were married by Rev Nelson of that place They came u Mr Alex Deans an uncle of thegrooms where a supper was given in honor May happness and prosperity be theirs through life The Yellow Fever Germ has recentlybeen discovered it hears i close resemblance to the malaria erm To free the system from disease terms the most effective remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed li cure all diseases due to malariapoison and constipation 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m A confidence roan is one who tellsyou his private affairs under a pledge of secrecy Frightfully Burned Chas W More a machinist of Ford city Pa had his hand frightfully burn en in an electrical furnace He plied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the cureGreatestWounds Sores F zMna and Piles 25 at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Jesse DJearen 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 LIe rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mall order house manager nan or for this county and territory B ax money advanced Work onpermanent No investment or experience rtat once for full particulars andenclose A CO Apr 13 132 Leke St Chicago Ill t 1 are e tllllt woman fry 20 ellfes expense Wr le r COOPER heir g t I II I II I have bought tha interest of Fred Shrager located at theSweeney store room on the West side of Public Square and will begin business with A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE of the entire stock Will close out all of their stock at LESS THAN HALF PRICE because I am going to handle a nicer line of goods which will consist of an up to date stock of Dry Goods Clothing Furnishing Goods Garpets Mattings Etc We must make room for my new stock which is now arriving every day The Big Clearance Sale begins iI And continues until Feb 27th Ten Days Only After this sale watch for our advertisement in The Central Record for OUR GRAND OPENING We will be prepared to give you Bargains in all of our lines and as much bargains as you are looking for We come to Lancaster to stay and to make our head quarters and home in the cqunty of Garrard We want to make as many friends as possible so everybody is invited to come to this sale and we will give you fair treatment and prompt attention Special clerks will be on hand to wait on everybody promptly Remember the date Dont miss this sale I am giving you a few prices on these goods which I want to close out r I Y S A 0 lI Shoes SATURDAY FEB 1111 i- I tr rS I 17 ti I I ICzazEIzv ARGAIIVM9ns suits and overcoats worth 1000 950 900 750 Closing out price 595 548 498 398 500 250 48 suits and overcoats running in small sizes up to 36 worth from 500 to 750 Closing out price 198 Boys suits and overcoats worth 750 Closing out price 398 600 295 500 839- i 400 198 95 childrens suits and price48cMens trousers worth 275 250 Closing out price 198 169 j J 600 298 i It 200 11 11 11 125 150 11 11 11 11 100 11 11 11 48 I I r r I 4 VslsV V1s Boys trousers the same discount also the same on knee pants One hundred and sixty five pairs of mens 509 and 75c overalls at 39C 5oc and 75C Leggings closing cut price 4Oc Mens water proof rain coats worth 600 closing out price 2 25 188 mens odd coats worth 200 closing out price 9Sc 65 mens odd coats worth 250 closing out price 1 5 8 dozens boys flannel waists worth Socjsc and 100 closing out price 190 and 25C Mens and boys hats and caps to close out at 50 ice igc 24c 39C 45C and 75c they are all than twice as much Mens and boys soc shirts a little soiled closing out price at 140 Fine dress shirts 50 and 75C closing out price 39C One hundred and thirty mans stiff bosom shirts 500 and 100 value at 24c Mens and Ladies best flannel underwear worth 250 per suit closing out price 175 per suit All soc underwear closing price at 39C all 25C under wear at igc Fourteen dozens of mens fleece lined heavy weight drawers only worth 5oc color red closing out price 27 c 75 sweaters at 39C and 400 sweaters at 23C Ladies Mens Misses Boys and Childrens regular 5c loc and i5c hose closing out price 4c Gloves to close out at a great sacrifice Mens and boys suspenders worth toe and i5c closing out price Machine thread 2c a spool Tobogans worth 5oc and 25C closing out price loc and igc Five and ice handkerchiefs at 3C Mens garters ict a pair Shoe Bargains Mens and Ladies 250 shoes 175 Mens and Ladies 200 shoes 148 Mens Ladies 150 shoes 98 Mens L boots 300 close out 139 Mens B rubber boots 350 closing out price 2 25 About 200 pair of Mens Ladies and Childrens shoesJn oxfords worth 5oc up toi5oclosing out i5c 25c 39c 48c 79c and 6oc Ladies capes worth 100 at 39C Ladies skirts at half price Iworthmore 75c Dens 5c and Price 5 Bring all your friends with you Dont let anything keep you away We will be closed on Friday the 16th to get everything in readiness for this sale After closing out the Fred Shragar stock our Do not miss it store be known as the Blue Frontwin 11 The jcsJ F5e d i aste Ey e i PiTTER1ONfYo zn i r V I PLOW POINTS buy imitations if you want good results Best line of plows ever offered to the trade MOUNT ELKIN Sole agents for American Fence h of 14SELL GENUINE Oliver Vulcan ann Syracuse I Dont r EVE a I Gossip About People N N v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Mr Jack Adams was in Paint Lick last week Dr G C Paris and wife were visitors in Kirksville Sunday Adams has returned from a visit to Paint Lick Mr R E McRoberts has about recov ered from a brief illness Miss Buelah Grimes of has been with Miss Lena Bright Mr and Mrs Jesse D Wearen were in Stanford several days this week Miss Lucy Gregory is in Winchester visiting her sister Mrs II H Hall Miss Eula Totten of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs James Dunn Mr Ilarve McRoberts and wife ol Stanford were visitors here Sunday Mr and Mrs M F Elkin of Lexing ton are guests of Mr T S Elkin and wife Mr John Moss has returned from a business trip to Williamsburg and Jellico W Harris has returned from a visit to her son J Randoeph Harris in Lincoln Mrs Bettie Laud ram is in visiting her sister Mrs John BaughmanThe of Mrs J R Mount art glad to hear of her improvement in her recent illness Miss Louella Arnold has been visit ing friends and relatives in Paint Lick this week Mr and Mrs William Denny of Woodville Mo were recent guests of A It and J W Denney Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford and Mr of Lexington were visitors here Saturday Saturday Louisville Times contained a very pretty picture of Fav and Acton of this city Mrs Alex West has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholasville Mr Sam Walter who has been clerk jog in McRoberts drug store left this week to accept a position in Henry Patterson Dorsett is the name of a little son who arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Booth Thompson Jan 21st Miss Cordie Hamilton who bas been visiting her sister Mrs William Ham ilton left the past week for Louisville and New York Miss Irene Romans who has just completed a business course at son Institute returned home today She received exceptionally good marks in her studies and was highly mented by her teachers i li M Iss Sallie Marktbury I l E Lexington Collis Florence Frankfurt Dlrs Ma comp Swell Affair One of the swellest and mostelabor ate affairs of the season was the given last Thursday night at Zimmers restaurant by members the E S C an organization composed of leading young gentleman of the city The eigth courses served a la Francaise wbilesweet refrains were wafted gently on the air by an unseen The tables were dccorat ed with the colors of the club and were a beautiful sight to behold Be tween the courses toasts were given which were received with much en thusiam and hilarity After the ban quit they adjourned to the smoker in the Mason Hotel annex where topics pertaining to the welfare of the club were discussed Mr Alien Ware of Lexington a prominent tobacco man was the guest of honor One Of Em Brothers Meet After Long Separation Ricmond Va Conservator Mr and Mrs G F Burdettr of Camden were very much surprised on the night of December 23rd by being to their door They were as they thought by a stranger The gentleman begged for work after tailing in that he insisted that they should give him his nights ludg ing but the good lady of the house thought it best to entetain not the stranger Nevertheless he takenofor an answer and kept GJII- Ing toward the door Thinking per baps there mightQbe trouble in store for him on the iosidche hallooed out told Sugar Creek Mr Burdttte then recognized the voice and said to his wife and niece Miss Clark tis brother Henry and sprang for the door The two brothers met embraced each oth er and wept as little children around their mothers knee They had not seen each other for twentyseven years George Burdette is four years older than his brother Henry They talked of their childhood days their boyhood days the good times they had around the old hearthstone when father nib mother sister and brut hf r were all in the old home near L neater Garrard county Kentucky Mr Henry Burdette still lives near the old home with big good wife two daughters and two sons On January 3rd Mr Burdette took his departure for home after he bad made many warm friends in and around Camden We wish many more happy meetings on earth for the broth ers and when none with this worlds troubles may they meet to part no more A Friend Luckiest Man ip Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkansas writes II L Stanley of Bruno dime the restoration of my wifes heath after five years and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds medicine Dr Kings New Discov 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 McRoberts1 druggist 50c and 81 00 Trial bottle free 1m nt log banquet were orchestra called confronted II ofcontinuous cough greatest ery for would together Come and see our large line of Electric Ranges and we will save you money HASELDEN I r 4t 414 III I Ranges and STOVESI Our Prices are down See iiiiiIiiiiiiiii f I Cooking I way our wwwiw Vuw i McCKKAUV I Leslie TBradsuaw sold Ills saw mill to John Potts for 8300 Collins bought of T A Royse one extra good Jersey milk cow for 42 50 Archl Dean Bradshaw who Is attend log school at Berca has been spending a few days with home folks Jesse Layton accompanied Claud Sad ler to Richmond where the latter took the train for Decatur to join his Mr and Mrs J R Curd and pretty tIe daughter Marie arc visiting the hatters parents Mr and MrsT W Brad straw Mr Alex Layton and Mr Ben Ham have returned from Louisville where they disposed of their crops of tobac co averaging loots All honor to our good citizens who labored faithfully In the recent contest This deed of heroism will redound to their eternal glory All praise be theirs T A Royse left a few days ago for his home in the West We give him up for Garrard never lost a more honorable or upright citizen than he has always proven to be May health and prosperity be his in his new home We regret to hear of the death Ed Bishop having known him from childhood to be a man of high rity We extend sympathy to the be reaved sister and may the giver of all good gifts heal their broken hearts and comfort them in their hours MAKKSBIIKY Miss Bessie Holton was visiting Miss Joe Halen Maret Mr Hogg was in Paint Lick this week on business Jim Dunn sold to Gentry of Lexing ton a pair mules for J425 Mr Ben Poindexter spent Friday and Saturday of last week in Lancaster Mr Geo Burdine of Jessamine was the guest of Mr Cobb last week Little Robt Cobb has been affected with very sore eyes is under tret meat by Dr Kinnaird who hopes to effect a cure in a few days Robert Fox bought recently shoats weighing 100 Ibs for 85 00 per c t Mr Kuhlman bought a farm com prising 170 acres near Burgin for per acres Mr Robert Fox and Mr Billy Fox of Danville spent several days at Lexing ton last week Miss Wade Maret was the pleasant visitor of Mrs Jessie Walden of Dan viiie a few days ago Miss Sallie Herring has returned home after a weeks visit to her sister Vick Rice of McCreary Messrs Min Sparks and John HUll gins of Nicholasville were the guests a few days ago of Mr A D Hughe Mr Colby Jenkins sold his farm con 65 acres to Mr Dick MaGratb for 0 per acre Mr Jenkins expects to locate near Georgetown Miss Fannie Poindexter visited Mrs Vanarsdale at Burgin last week and Mrs S A Butts who bad been there for the past two months accompanied ber home Misses Rebecca andMattie and Mr John Hampton have been called to the bedside of their sister Mrs Annie Mil Ion who is very ill at her home at Bluegrass Ky Miss Georgia Dunn to Paint Lick where she has been invited to take an active part in an entertain ment given by the Christian Endeavor on the evening of the 14th Rev Dorgan of Danville will preach at the Fork next Sunday afternoon at 230 As the church is without a pas tor Mr Dorgan agrees to preach as a supply to this people twice monthly which will be the 2nd and Sunday afternoon BOURNE Miss Jennie Montgomery began a select school here Monday Sam Morford has returned a business trip to Lexington Morford nunn bought a good pair of work mules from G W Thompson price 9250 00 Jas B Leaven bought a cow of J E Sherro w for 83000 also one of W C Tur uer for 15 00 Mr and Mrs James Durham are re ceiying congratulations upon the arrival of an 8 ib boy Mr Sam Duncan and wife attended preaching and visited relatives at Scctts Fork Sunday Millard Hamm bought a pair of yearling mules of Salter Hamm of Jessamine for 175 00 Messrs Charlie Pope Joe and Arthur Smith of Hyattsville have been visit tog at Mr Joe Turners Mrs Tow Morford and two little daughters of Danville were guests of Mr Sam Morford and family the latter part of last week Little Miss Mayme Lee Marsee to her home near Lancaster aftera sever months visit with her Mrs Turner Misses Ledger Loa Duncan and Rovesta Turner accompained by Mr Hays Raynes spent several days last week with Mr J F Marsee family at Marksbury Lost on Mt Hebron pike last Friday Ladies hand bag pocket book money and other finder please same to Morford Dunns store la d receive reward 0 Crampton lit I reluctantly off of sorrow f c M- Id Mrs raining bas gone rom t1 I f tl r re- t Lucy I return I parents whisky ante 4 nth 3t grandmother and articles Y k K ed ve imVANTsriLLE I The K Pi organised lodge hero of eighteen members Mr Jack Dunn spent several days in LouUvlllo during the week Mrs Lucy Allen from Burrlxtown IN the guest of her brother C M Jenkins Col Gulehor and Mr Jell Dunn are at tending horse sales In Lexington this week Mrs Fannie Bryant has confin to her room for a week with a so Mr and Mrs Bourne of Mc Creary were with their many friends here the first of the week Mr Ike Dunn and Dan Cheatham are In Louisville where they are delver ing their tobacco Mr Jno Ball and family have moved to the farm of Mrs Susan Johnstoaone mile east of here Mrs D Gully from Lancaster spent several days with her daughter Mrs Ike Dunn the first of the week Mr Sam Farlee sold a horse to Mr H for 50 and Mr C M Jinkens a pair of mules to Willmore parties for 8335 Mr Henry 250 acres of the farm of Dr W B Burke near The price was in the neigh of 15 00 Mr Colby Jenkins Jr sold his farm containing about 60 acres to Mr R A McG rath at 60 per acre Mr Jenkens expects to go to Georgetown and business much to the regret of his many friends here PAINT LICK Mrs Susie Adams is quite sick Miss Nancy Terry is at home this weekMiss Lucy Francis is assisting Rev Young with his school Mrs Fannie Koebler has gone to Ill noise on a visit to relatives Walter Hammack who was clerking at W D Oldhams is at home L C Smith and family of Brodhead have taken rooms at the Hotel Mr C M Connard of Glencue has a position in the Bank here James Butner has returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Myrtle Hays and Rob Gillen were married on the evening of the secondJessie Prewit who has been very low with pneumionit is very much im provedMrs Arnold and son Eugene were the guests of Mrs Annie Adams recentlyWill who has been in Texas for the past three sears is visiting friends here Sherman West has sold his interest in the store of West and Wynn to Boyd Wynn J H Dunn has rented Mrs Lizzie Shumates house and she will board with them the remainder of this year Mr Ollie Fields who was clerking for McWborter and has gone to Junction City The Christian Endeavor are going to have an entertainment and valen tins party on the 14th Everybody ailed Mr Will Pettis who is pharmacist at J H Dunns drug store west to Saturday to stay over Sunday with his family The horse driven by Mrs Will Elan nery and Mrs Ann Broaddus ran away Friday afternoon throwing them out and bruising them up considerably Mr Moberly has moved his family to the rooms over the warehouse If some of our monied citizens would erect a few dwelling bouses here it would pay them as we learn of quite a number who would move here if they could find houses AH parties knowing themselves in debted to me will please call and set tie with me or with Mr Jack Adams at orce as my business must bo wound up without delay tf W S Fish Paint Lick Ky LOWELL Mrs W T Parks has gone to Cincinnati to lay in her Spring goods Mr Mack Henderson has been sic for the past week with the Grippe Mrs Speed Ledford who has been sick with rheumatism is some better Miss Ida Mae Hurte will begin a select school at this place next Mon day Mrs Walter Smith of Jellco is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Parks Mrs Susie Parks and little son are spending a few days at ber father Mr Will Hurtes Mrs Belle Kenderson has returned from Duncannon she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Bejind Hatfield has returned spending three weeks with ber son Hatfield on Boons creek GosMl Rev J C Warren pastor of on Baptist Church Belalr Ga says of Electric Bitters Itsa Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame still joints ond complete physical I was so weak it took me hair an to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Bitters have Bade me strong J have just three miles in 50 ralnutes and feel like three more Its made a now man of Great est remedy for weakness and all Stom acb and Kidney complaints goaraBtee at McBoberts Drugstore PriceSOc lav i r I a TScott Junction enter accepted for iride London Walter Halloo col- lapSe four e been a cold Kulhambought boyhood where fitter The Sh waited tae Liver Sold antler e n a bat jc t Business Items For Rent My dwelling on Danville street New and hUH all modern conveniences IoKHetiSlon given Immediately Jas H Dunn tf We want your sacked sausage HlghcHt prlcct paid Currey Hem don tf About ten or twentylive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will for entire year Ap ply to this olllce Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and get it crush ed for feed Banks Hudson Money To Loan Money to Loan in 500 00 or 60000 on approved security or 1st mortgage on real estate For call at this office tf I will be at my office Friday and Saturday of each week every county court day tf blithe A Dunn Supt We want your country produce and will the highest market price Come and see us Currey Toilet Articles of eVetdiscription at Frisbies Drug See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Home Journal 10 21 tf Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf pound for hemp delivered at Stanford Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just recelven by tf Batiks Hudson The leading floristis represented by Ed C Gaines flowers ed for any occasion Telephone 100 Newest and in Box Pa per Tablets and envelops Frisbies Drugstore 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 tl The finest shjwn in Lane Perfume ever beat Frisbies Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksbury and Hudson ware house Call phone 16 or 26 R M West Co Dogongood Brand We have a large line ot the celebrat ed Dorongood Brand of Hosiery the best made 2t Powell Co Window glassallsizer Paip Putty Varnish and oils at lowest prices Frisbies Drug Store Cream positively cure them Price lacts tf Frisbies Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gars mums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Mules For Sale Farmers wanting to buy work mules will make money by calling at stable I have about 50 good ones to select from tf W B Burton Take your prescriptions t Frisbies lio not liimr tho very finest drugs and ob tainable Repair Shop I have opened a harness shop at W A Arnolds stable and I am prepared to do the best work in repair ing or making harness 1 have bad 14 years experience and I guarantee all my work on and harness 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 Hiattsvllle Ky tf Hold Your Orders We will soon have an expert tailor to sbow you the styles for Spring clothing and take jour measure for a Low prices quality and and a tit guaranteed It will pay you to wait for our Spring opening 3t M D Hughes New Tailor Shop We are now located en Lexington street over Post Office prepared to make suits in the very best manner and latest style Everything up to and we guarantee satisfaction Send us your for cleaning and re Satisfaction Phone 119 W C Davis Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where 1 be glad to have you at any old prices on coal and salt surprisingly both in yard or where in 5 miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car Will any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds Ring 140 and Buford street 815tf Bells Flowers Go every where Promptly delivred with telephone and express perpald when ordered agt phone 36100 tf Avoid Disappointment place wed or design with Ed C Gaines entln the leading fl0 rtet Orders Mlled day or night Tel epboaelOO Wanted teat tf information o n on 718 tt latestst les 181 and f Drug- Store C D For chapped hands ce o 1 s use t III D g Drug Store uses ut 2 tf Dee 18t 2 Mch wi tim bat suits best and where I can ate an ts Can myomce J A Jone s Her Stor SpearS pro C ne S S male chemicals salt guaranteed you or att corner Us r a h es In order to close 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 I Lancaster Grocery Co Our line of Druggist Sundries is complete in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrirgs 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 PRISBIES DRUG STORE o M ii 4 1w riJ outmy I 1 s I I 1 I I I I I l g t 1 p sickroom REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Jan 29 1906 RESOURCES Loans and dIscounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured UM7 40 U S Bonds to secure circulation 500W 00 Bonds securities etc 13000- Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 5000 00 Due from National Banks It 293 w Due from State Banks and Banters fit from approved reserve agents 73 J other cash items 1711 7 Sates of other National Banks 215 00 Fractional paper currency nickels 143 13 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz JSfi7 00 Legaltender notes 337 00 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation JMO 00 TOTAL tOj6 i lii LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund loouo 00 Undivided profits less and S712 46 00DueIndividual deposits subject tocheck 1S061C 10 TOTAL jr 9t a STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD es I I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named I bank do solemnly swear that the above meat is best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2ndday of February 190C 8 C Denny Notary Public CoRiticr Attest DirectorsJ REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHK NATIONAL DANK OF LANCASTER KY AT The Close of 291906 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 13S7Q 32 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 798 03 U B Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bond securities etc 27151 2 fixtures 7000 00 Due from National Banks lot reserve agents 7708 14 Due from State Banks and Bankers rp rj Checks and outer cash items 19n 79 00FractionalLAWFUL MONBY UESEBVE IN BANK T Specie J733O 00 Legaltender notes aooo 00 16 50 00 Redemption Fund with U 8 circulation 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 000000 fund 10000 00 Undivided expenses and taxes paid 8916 57 00DueDue to State Banks and Bankers 15S Individual deposits subject to check 191W8 19 Certified checks 115 to Total ma 8 72 STATEorKENTccKT COUNTY or G ARUARDSS I 8 C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do swear that the above statement la true to the beat of my and belief 8 C DENNYCashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2ud day ol February 1900 W ORIDNKY Public Commission expires February 20th 1906 COBKECT Attest R DENNY A C ROBINSON DIrector CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers CCBOC 1 Jj 0 jj 1 I I i Check and and cents 50000 I taxes laid trueto J J WALKER 80 Treasurer 1 2500 Total i ALEX liB KIN NAIaD STIX III JI RI S tar toot Reserve t LE One l 2 13sat expenses 1 soN dsllless all Banking Dnefromapproved reserve agents 51io 3 oo3s profitless knowled use ARKS tCid LssitWw kit R V 42 72 I Four Simple Rules Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity Will be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simple thoroughly 3 Avoid indigestible foods 4 If there are sup symptoms of stomach troubles take Mi o na be fore each meal until cured Ko matter how many years you may have suffered with stomach truu bles or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes head aches backaches weakness and de bility indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use of Mio Take one of the little tablets before each meal with the fixed determina tion to get the most benefit out of it is not a fanciful exper ment it is not a patent medicine it is not a cure all It is a scientitic remedy recommended but for one of the digestive It is a permanent cure and sold by R E McUoberts under a guarantee that it costs nothing unless it dues all that is claimed for it When Miona has been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all the food eaten is converted into nutrition so that nourishment and health given to the whole system and there is a rapid increase in weight strength and spirits The Markets LOUISVILLE KY FED 7 4 p M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 0 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 2o4 50 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 Medium to good butchers 7 00 350 Common to medium butchers 2 50 3 CO Good to choice feeders S 50 4 to medium feeders 2 50 1 0 to extra stock steers 3 00 3 iiO Common to medium stock steers 2 21 2 75 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 3 oO Common to medium stock heifers 1 75 2 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 00 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 50 Choice veal calves 50 7 00 Common to medium calves 3 5uffl 5 00 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs Medium packers 160 to 200 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs Roughs 190 to 500 Iba SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep r Fair to good Common to medium Bucks r Extra shipping lambs Best butcher Iambi Common 350 4 00 2 75 3 10 1 50 7 CO 600 4 00 450 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr PIff vs Sabra Holland c Deft All parties having claims against the estate of Elizabeth Halcomb deceased will present the same properly proven to the undersigned Master Commis sinner of the Garrard Circuit Court on or before the 26 day of February 1906 This January 4 tb 190- 6J H Master Comlssioner Garrard Circuit Court everyday 1 na Ml o na troubleweakness Iorgans Is are 0 Common Good so 5 10GHood pigs b0 to 9OJbs 5 500 2 2 b11 250 a 5 r i I 580 lbs 5 55 5 t0c tall endlamb