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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 19CG I JIll r- Ff c 45 M W A f1 if- fL iImNmAm I Satisfaction Guaranteed I 1 000011 j 1 Full Line I 1fOF II Clover Seel I i IHA ELDHJ BROS I 1 R t- L DAVIDSON ILaw Office over Police Court room Ircmpt Itttcntloll to Imslucsa ouu u i u u C CHRIS FARIS jl Dentist tOffice over ns store Danville st hN fl- CG 3 AttorneyAt 3 r 1- F f rFiaqd2rS3aJa43rAr i Local Gossip Coming home to the Lancaster fair The Lancasrer fair dates are July 18 19 and 20 Begin to make your vacation plans to lit the Lancaster fair The class at Graded Schoo numbers fifteen this year and we are told some remarkably good marks will be The youngsters enjoyed the skating very much last week sfeveral merry parties being out in afternoons and evenings Ve also understand that meals eaten from the mantle were quite popular Ash barrels have been pla d at con venient places and no more ashes will be placed oi the streets to endanger life and limb and stand as an evidence of All honor to the City Council fur enforcing the A Little Warning Now that the Council has ordered ashes placed in barrels it would be wise to see where these barrels are kept A erect many tires originate from ash barrels and too much care cannot be exercised n their use It would be well to have the police keep an eye on this very important matter Social Session Every member of the local Knights of Pythias lodge is wanted at the meeting to be held in the lodge room I next Monday night at oclock The occasion is the celebration of the 42nd anniversary of the order There will be a social session and a genuine good time for everybody Remember the date and be there The Drouth Continues j There may be some whiskey sold in Lancaster now but if such is the case it Is doneSii quietly that only the pur chaser is next None of the drug stores handle it and the tigers have shut up shop The o ly way to slake thirst is by sending to Traylors distil lery some miles away and a fellow can almost see things before he can anything from that distance There are some fellows about town j with faces as long as a well rope and the way they are spitting cotton is a sight to behold If this condition con tinues it will make many supporters for local option who had about become disgusted with the way matters were running a short time ago We believe the druuth has come to stav and heres hoping the officers will continue their good determined fight I receir I I get graduating backwoods ism ordinance Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co JUST RECEIVED Big Line of the Celebrated Crossett Shoes FOR GENTLEMEN The best shoe made beyond f all doubt The Crossett Makes Life Walk Easy Our Immense stocks of Nsw Spring Dry Goods are now coming in We have the handsomest goods in Central Kentucky and a visit to our store will convince you of this broad assertion In Prices We Defy Gompetion- Tje Joseph Mercantile c I I I I I Shoes I I r l t of j I i To Advertisers to this office on MONDAY it will be impossible for us f to change your ads that week This is a printing office rule we are forced to adhere to Please remem ber this and prepare your ads early Attend the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church Lancaster Feb High Marks Midshipman Paul Miller who grad Anapolis Naval Accademy last week and was third in his class a mark of 514 i9 The highest mark was received by an Iowa boy was 51725 showing that the Lancaster boy was only beaten by an eyelash as we say HomeComing Week The city of Louisville is scattering advertising matter broadcast telling of home coming week for Kentuckians living in all parts of the world Now just for old times sake lets make the week of July 18th homecoming week for all Garrardites who have wandered away from the old home Let them come to Lancaster and witness the best old fashioned stock fair ever held in Kentucky Let them come back and get a good square old haUl and cornbread something that will stick to their ribs and The Record believes all will be greatly benetitted and much happier thereby Interesting Profitable and Enjoyable We believe the services at the church last Sunday morning were the most enjoyable and delightful it has ever been our pleasure to attend The music was especially tine consist ing of the usual hymns anthem a solo and splendid pipe organ music by Mr Will West The sermon was along lines most needed today in that it the attention of church members to putting their Sunday professions into daily walks of life and urged the church people when they knew some one was getting into wrong paths to use their to straighten him out The speaker also touched upon the all important bringing sunshine into the lives of peopleand not wait to place Mowers their graves When church services are made as as were those above mentioned they will attract many people who never darken a church door The County Unit Bill The whisky people have the strong est loby at Frankfort they have had there in many years the main object being to defeat the county unit bill now before the legistature This bill as stated in last issue of The Record provides that all votes upon the of prohibiting the sale of intoxi eating liquors must be taken by the entire county thus preventing the people of any particular precinct or locality having saloons to the objec tion of the people of theentirecounty In other words a vote to keep saloons out of Lancaster would have to be tak en by all the precincts in Garrard county thus making the county dry That the proposition is a good one all lovers of law and order will readily agree but the whisky people are lighting it as it means a black eye to their business Our Senator and Re presenative will voice the wishes of four fifths of the people of Garrard county if they will not only vote but pull off their coats and work for the passage of the bill Garrard To Have Big Fair Twenty of progressive citizens met at the Mason Hotel last Saturday and organized the Garrard County Fair Association the same to be incorporated for a term of rive years It was decided to hold a three davs talc at Lancaster on Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 18 19 and 20 at the samegrounds used last year much of last years expense will be by the fact of the grand stand is still there the ring intact and all grad tag none this will allow the associa tion to offer unusually large premiums and it is a safe prediction that bigger purses will be hung up than any other fair can well offer This insures the best show of stock in the state The fair will be run on a high plane as a glance at the names of those will show W B Burton was elects president Banks Hudson vice R L Elkinsecretary and treasur er Louis Land ram assistant secretary The following gentlemen are and stockholders and com prise the board of directors W B II T Logan Jno M Farra Banks Hudson J Y Robinson J Jeff Dunn Clayton Arnold Forrest Stapp AlexGibb Geo B Robinson R M West B L Burton Ernest L Woods Louis T C Rankin R L Hubble Robinson and R L Elkin Work on the premium list has already com menced and it Is the aim of the flog to get in running order at once so the fair can be properly The people make their plans to attend the fashioned fair held la Kentucky as nothing will be left undone to bring comfort and pleasure to those nhb Attend a f 0 1 2 cop is brought t 2 22 uateat horsemen mealeat Christian called matterof interesting today question entire Garrards Interested president tbe Incor- porators Burton W Elmore Land ram JoeE everything advertised can betold ever oooo o oeoo Unless 4 E 00 04 0000 received upon assoc t Bow Q PLEASE READ THIS For the thousandth time we will say that to any olllce MUST BE SIGNED befure they will be printed nut wanted for publication but as an evidence of Knurl ail hand to show that the item is reliable We revived a write up of a wedding this week but as no name was signed we must let it pass until we are shown that it comes from a re iTable source Editors have written so much on this point that many cast such communications in the waste basket Walker Hamilton sold to Josh Daniels a two year old for 500 Money fur the school teachers will be here Saturday Mittie Dunn Supt As The Record goes to press Squire W II Kinnajrd is somewhat improved though his condition remains critical Eld F M Tinders subject for Sun is Our Equality The is Beginnings Good and lied Mullfinger Miss Mazie Mulltlnger died at the home of her mother in this city Sun day morning after a lingering illness She was a sister of L 11 Mulltiuger the meat and grocery man and was in the twenty nrst year The remains were taken to Richmond where the funeral services were con ducted at the Cemetery in that clay Tuesday it noun Open House Currey Herndon the grocerymen have arranged to hold a reception at their store on the 24th at which time hot Blankeys Coffee will be served to all who favor the firm with a visit to their store They will also serve National Biscuits and Cocoa Remember the date and be there They want everybody to come and get a cup of this delightful coffee served hut and fresh Every body cordially invited Remember the door to National Rank 2c Plucky Mr Miller The tight being put up by lion R W Miller of Madison aginst the move to put Cassey county in this district is being warmly applauded cit izens opposed to the proposition Mr Miller is a half in the Leg islature and is doing much good work He isvery much opposed to the bill placing Casey in this district as he thinks it would throw it into the hands of the republicans While we dont know and careless about the point in question yetwe do know that Dick Miller makes a tight for he is thouroughly and conscen tious in sod will go his length for Many Garrard county acquaintances regret to learn of the death of John Boner which occurred at his hung in Danville Friday He had been ill for some time Mr Boner was at one time assessor for Garrard county and identified with the republi can party His tint wife was Miss Mary J Kemper of this county four children blessing the union His sec ond wife was Miss Georgia Raines of Boyle and to them born seven children Uncle John was an honora ble kind hearted man and a true friend He was a very popular man and a citizen He was buried in the Danville cemetery Sunday Splendid Entertainment in Store Tire Lilliputian Wedding to be giv en at the Christian church Thursday night the 22ud together with the splendid music will be one of the most delightful entertainmentsLanc s ter people have had the pleasure of witnessing in many a day The wed ding is under the supervision of Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville who will also favor the audience with some splendid instrumental music The choir of the church will sing a bridal chorus and other well known people sing and play Altogeter the program is one of the best ever arranged for the Lancaster people and a large audience will attend Tickets are on sale at all the drug stores at the low price of twenty five cents A Whif From Hell At a meeting of the State Liquor Dealers of Ohio at Columbus one of the delegates in the course of a speech on How to Build Up the Saloon Bus iness gave the following suggestions He said The success of our business is dependent largely upon the creation of appetite for drink Men who drink liquorlike others will die and if there is no new appetite created our counters will be empty as well as our cotters Our children will go hungry or we must change our business to that of some other more remunerative The open field for the creation of appetits is among the boys After men have grown and heir habits are formed they rarely ever change in this regard It will be needful therefore that work be done among the boys and I make the suggestion gentlemen that pickles expended in treats to the boys will return in dollars to your tills after the appettt has been formed Above all Sunday between Christian church and M G Aid ridges residence a gol necklace return tp the Record V one Names Jack morelo evening subject marl et Saturday placenext bytnose whatever hun st Boner prominently missionary now createappetit Lost items mailed printing C C hand and u were things Please once SPECIAL This and next week only at COST Hall Racks Oxidiz ed Copper 385 Baby Go Carts Rub ber 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 4 Co JA Beazley Undertaker Fv J I I ri L i s4 ssY s rw 1 4rterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill Caskets I i t 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 line of Fancy Combs are just in We would like for to see them LADIES NECKWEAR We have a very big line of Ladies Neckwear just in from New York The Styles and Patterns are new and Nobby But best of all the prices are way down They run from 5c to 35c New things in Dress Goods are arriving every day SHOES Bargains all kinds in the Shoe line have all the new Spring styles in stock THE Logan Dry Goods M m IIDfrlHiH 1m m m tf m m I m I i1 you ill ill Im I I ve I 1m il n I m 13 i r J 44000040000000400044000000444 3 44000000000004040440444400440 440400400044000044040400A0040 J 40000000400000000044000440440 T T COlIPAl i l 1 a o I i ft IZ IlIWIIIc III ClothingIII OOOOOOOOO OO9OOOO- OOII 0 ho6S I OOOOOOOOOOOO Hats00000OOOOOOOOO and iI Furnishing Goods II at your own PRICES for the next II THIRTY DAYSIII We must get them out of our house in order I make room for im 0 I SPRING STOCK II Terms Cash I I HT Logan I IIi tr v w neos rvinnn rrr to the mPnce I I can furnish you with the best grades of COAL for cash or exchange for Corn Hay Etc Bran Chop Oats Corn Millet Clover and Timothy H- ayField SeedsClover Timothy Oats Blue Grass Millet Etc BallarcTs FlourI- n barrels or 100 lbs sacks I 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 0 WNA Tltu WV MtNlir I I I I I willappreciate I IWJV nvr I a 1- aw rr- M IIM V W t I CENTRAL RECORD Jsniued iYeeftJy 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Officr in Lancaster Ky SecondClan Man Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and aa Lancaster Ky February 16 1906 We believe yes w e know that Kentucky has the most charitable lot of editors of any state in the Union Last week the most noted infidel in the United States Chas C Moore died at his home in Lexington Everybody knows what a demoralizing effect the preaching of such a belief has upon the young people of a community yet not one word of censure was said by the press against Mr Moore after his death Every paper we saw said some kind word of him andof his kind his charity and loyalty to his friends We enjoy the personal acquaintance of every editor of any consequence in the state and we can count on the fin gers of one hand the writers who sling mud at anybody living or dead We believe a matrimonial crank is as big if not a bigger crank than the temperance crank An Omaha man eloped with his step daughter a Ft Wayne man married his stepmother a Ft Wayne married his neice and a Worchester woman jilted her nephew in order to marry the boys fa th T her brother in law Last week a woman followed the remains of her husband to the grave and went im mediately to the preacher and was mar rired t 1 another man before the hearse could be put away The 1900 crop of demphools seems destinietl to surpass tint of ariy previous year as many as have been produced heretofore The Kentucky editors all admire lion Henry Watterson and look up to him with the greatest reverence hilt that gifted writer treated his country brothers badly last week by giving a description of the good old at Naples On The Gulf a Florida sort and so picturing the good things that we poor fellows who live on hog jowl andbakers bread were made green with envy The article created such appetite in us that our last five cents had to go for cheese and crackers Marse Henry shouldnt orter tantalize the boys so Jersey City has established a school i i which many of her bathers are be ing taught English The trouble in fiis section is that barbers are too well up on English for the comfort of the men in the chairs What a suffering public desires is a plan whereby the tonsorial artist can be prevailed upon to hold a silent tongue while amputat It is hoped that the Mornon elder heart fellow fashioned co Jklng he snow I reo I I I an Ingones whiskers g who died recently leaving seven wive and forty sons was properly he can nut revive out of hi grave and repeat his stunts Thecro of Mormons is already too large an its a bad idea to allow such as the d ceased to have a clear track Miss Alice Roosevelt spent for her trousseau Well wager a ger cake that there arc many wedding right here in Garrard county in not more than 1140 is spent for trousseau that results in more nine happiness than all of Alices rags will briny We notice that several are being urged to make the rae for Congress in some of the Ken tuck districts Has it come to this the office is seeking the man instead t the man seeking the otlice Is it sible that the leopard is changing hi spots The senior class of the Zinesville 0 high school is in revolt because th junior class has announced that it members will wear white duck train ers during commencement There are some wonderfully weight problems that come before the high school A Chicago woman is soon to cute her sixth matrimonial venture latest victim being a novelist Th two ought to collaborrte the wife fin nishing the interesting incidents an and the htsband the literary finish Notwithstanding the intense weather everybody has work and are few applications for food and fuc even in the large cities This that the country is prosperous am there is cause for rejoicing A farmer in Michigan has succeed in producing two well developed of corn from a single kernel Dowt herein Kentucky its impis a colonel with less thaw lime lengths of corn An Indiana jury has awarded a gir 1 for being kissed against her will The fool fellow ought to have her against her lips and he would ha kept out of court If you cant shout haleluia of the way of the fellow who can and dont be an obstruction to the ful music A Healing Gospel Tbi Rev J C Warren pastor of Shar on Baptist Church Belair Ga say of Electric Bitters Itsa Godsend ti mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints ond complete physical col lapse I was so weak it took me bal an hour to walk a mile Two of Electric Bitters have made strong I have just walked three in 50 minutes and feel like three Its made a new man of me remedy for weakness and Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Drug Store Price 50c 1m sO 11 10 I I I peal tin f Greatest all Stomach I crawl ge th pu wee mode tl col the l letu tit kiss gout juy mil mo McRobe 1- r J I KSISXS A new car load of I Wire Fencem Best Fence on the Market m S Ask prices on 1Collars Collar Pads Back Bands ANYTHING YOU NEED ON YOUR FARM mmEROMfN3 ELMORE Et TtI 1II1 e 0m 0- p our Hames Straps c 1 OR Q 0 e t ANNOUNCES CONGRESS Jas I Hamilton of Lancaster The Record Say He Is Candidate to Succeed Con gressman Gilbert Mr James Hamilton of this city tells The Record that be will be a can didate for Congress to succeed G Gilbert and that he is in the tight to win The people of the Eighth Dis tries are well acquainted with him as he has been a telling worker in ihe ranks of the Democratic party for a number of years and has always been in the thickest of every battle the has had He has not snip been a power in Garrard but has done work for his party in other enough to warrant soomth sailing into the position he now asks As this FOR to party I splendid counties 5- v Authorizes a Hon- G t i is the first time he has asKed anything at the hands of his party and the fact j that he has done more hard and work than any other man in the district he is certainly entitled to an 3 thing he wants and many leading B democrats are of this opinion Jim y Hamilton has worked his way up in t the world from a poor boy to a man influence and means and every dollar he has made was by hard licks He is s well posted on both state and nation al affairs and well qualified for sition he seeks If he is sent to Con gross there is one thing certain and e that is te will work for the interest of s his constituents and not forget that he is the servant of the votes who sent him there We have never know a f more loyal man to his friends nor one who will come nearer dividing his last penny with one In need lIe tells us he is In the tight to stay which means- r the other aspirants will know that j they have been up against a warm 2 number when the light is settled Remember the Lilliputian wedding on evening of the 22nd Large line of both signet and set rings just recieved at Morrow Me Roberts tf Wanted Country llama We pav highest market price for all country produce Currey Herndon tf Handsomest line of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just opened at Morrow McRobeats tf See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky We have a beautiful line of samples of engraved wedding invitations call ing cards etc Come see em Very latest styles The Record office tt Mrs J S Kendrick has just returned from Cincinnati with a select line of embroidery Patterns Call and see them at 200 S 4th street Danville opposite Christian church up stairs Shawl Found A black crocheted shawl was found on the Buckeye pike just mas Owner can get same by calling at home of Robt Baker near Hackley on Dr Amons farm and paying for trouble New Millinery Store I have rented the room on Rich mond street formerly ocupied by Miss Lillie Noel and an uptodate stock of Millinery early in the spring will have an expert trimmer Mrs Ada Kannaird List At Once Now is the time to list your for this year We are our new catalogue for the year We have special facilities for finding you a buy er for property and have on hand both City and farm property for sale at all times Hughes Real Estate Agts Marriage of Presidents Daughter The wedding of Miss Alice Roose golf daughter of the President to Representative Nicholas Longworth will take place at the White House at noon tomorrow Saturday The cere mony which will be performed in the historic east room will be solemized by the Rt Rev E Y Satterlee Protestent Episcopal Bishop of Washington One thousand invitations to the wedding have been issued Late in the afternoon Mr Longworth and his bride will leave Washington on a trip to Florida trav ellng in a special car After the ad journment of Congress they expect to make a trip to Europe Frightfully Burned ChasW More machinist city Pa had his hand frightfully burn en in an electrical furnace plied Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Eczema and 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist Im s II off the po I I 1 I I I I I before i will open preparing your Heap Buc tens f r l ling C SwiuebrDad ofF Sores Plies a d i s oil Plat ord Out in theCounty A Mtet of Hew bom Various U Sum Gathered by Energetic Beperlcn MAKKSBUKY Miss visited friends at Har rodsburg recently Dr Durham has returned from a business trip to Louisville Mr B F Patterson went to the for the purpose of buying mules Attend the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church Lancaster Feb 22Mr and Mrs Smith Urton spent and Sunday with their daughter Mrs Jesse Thomas Miss Bessie Bolton of Hickman is spending several days this week with Miss Ray Jenkins Mrs Grit Eubanks of Hubble was visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins and Sunday Miss Welch of Nicholasville is the attractive guest ofMrs Harvy Dean at Camp Dick Robinson I and son Mr Fleece Herring attended the funeral of J C Boner in Boyle County Mrs Ambrose Calico and son Elbert Calico of McCreary were the visitors of Mr N P Cobb Thursday Miss Carrie McDowell of Pewee Valley is the pleasant guest of Misses Bessie and Fannie Poindextcr Messrs John Woods Robort Fox and Dick More went to Lexington last week to attend the horse sale Mrs Ben Hughes and little Della Rice Hughes of Lancaster will be guests this week of her mother Margaret Sutton Misses Pearl and Hanna Aldridge are over from Stanford on a visit and will be the guests of their sister Ms Dr Durham for several days The American Telegraph and Co have a number of men here putting up two more wires connecting New York and Chattanooga Tenn Mrs Cyrus Daly stave a dining to a number of her friends on Thursday of last week Mrs Miller and Miss Lizzie Brown of Lancaster were the guests of honor Rev Dorgan of Danville preached at the appointed hour Sunday afternoon to a large audience from the text The Lord is my Sbeperd I shall not want Mr Dorgan knows how to handle hissubject to make it interes ting to his hearers Mr Boner died last Friday at his home in Boyle Couuty aged 84 years He lived the greater portion of his life in this community and will ever be remembered as being a kind neighbor and doing many charitable deeds He leaves widow and several children Funeral services were held at the house by Rev Dorgan of Interment in the Cemetery at Danville The many friends and rel atives here extend their heart felt sympathy to the bereaved LOWELL Mr Will Howe from Duncannon visiting his father Mrs W F Parks has return from the city with her new line of Mrs Wilie Dunn from Emma Tex was visiting his uncle Mr Jesse Dunn last week Mrs John Harden and daughter Miss Tessiespentseveral days with relatives at Mites Landing last week Mr and Mrs Feilmore Richard from Alum Springs spent a few days last week with Mrs Mary Ralston Mr Will Leavell has rented Mrs Mary Bogies farm and will move there in a few days Mr Jersey Broaddus who lives there will depart for St Louis STONE is quite ill at writing Mrs Smith Thompson is confined her bed with la grippe Everybody fi led their ice house the recent cold snap Mr Wm Fain of is home folks this week Mr Loss Crutchfield went to last week on business M Moberly and wife visited his cousin Mrs Maggie Floyd Mr Bird Sewelllost bis house by fire only a few articles being saved Attend the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church Lancaster Feb 22 Mr Henry Tester has gone to Lex ington to visit his mother and spend few days Messers Mike Simpson and Leonard Cobb sold to Nlcbolasville parties hemp at 14 50per hundred The steamer Falls City regular trips now once a week Every Tuesday night she lands at mouth of Sugar Creek Mr Luther Ralney and sister Mrs Ireine Preston and Miss Jennie Gulley visited the tatters brother at last week Mrs Rebecca Burton a highly re spected colored woman died Wednes day at her home on Scats Fork and was interred in Buckeye cemetery Mr Joe fix and Lewis Murphy ped their crop of eight hogsheads of tobacco on the Falls City to Louisville and sold on average of 1860 bun dred I f Leaven mountains Saturday Saturday MrT Herring Telephone J C Danville l Mrs Zlllie Ray during Somerset viSIt- Ing Lexington Mr C Paints goods isma LaGrange per r some kita hip IJOUllXK Mrs Allen Ray continues quite ill at this writing Millard Hamm visited friends in Jessamine last week Mr and Mrs Sam Morford are in Louisville this week Ed Naylor sold four hogs to G W Thompson for 2000 J T Turner bought of J II Turner of Marksbury a splendid work for 0000 W T Noel of Buckpye delivered a nice young jack to Jeff Dunn Monday price 930000 Clay Ray of Buckeye has been visit lag his cousins Lilbern and Loten Ray for several days Mr Ben Marsee and handsome sister Miss Annie attended preaching at Buckeye Sunday and were guests of Miss Jennie Carter Mesdames Tom Broaddus and Luther Ray spent Saturday and with their brother Mr Scott Huff man and family near Burgin Morford and Dunn sold a good pair of mules to Alfred Scott of Buenavista for 8200 00 also a horse to Erasmus Allen of Lexington for 98500 PAINT LICK Stone Norman is clerking for Boyd Wynn Mr G W Rice left Monday for Los Angeles Cal Misses Alma and Mary Lear are in Danville this week A B Estridge is in Lousville buying his stock of goods Dr Carman spent Sunday with Dr A M Helm at Ford Born to the wife of W M Champ on the 8th a beautiful little zirl The young people have enjoyed thee skating during the cull spells Miss Louella Arnold is the guest of her sister Mrs Burdett Ramsey What about th Christian church at this place Lets have it We could if we only try Miss Annie Burchel who has been taking a course in Bowling Green is expected home this week Christine Eogleman entertained a few of her little friends from three to five oclock Monday celebration of her birthday All parties knowing themselves to me will please call and with me or with Mr Jack Adams at once as my business must be wound up without delay tf W S Fish Paint Lick Ky liEUNA VISTA Ice gathering was the order of the day last week W P Rubles has sold some corn at 2 25 per barrel Scott has just returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs George Rubles who has been quite ill is very much better Miss Caldwell of Mercer is the guest of her cousin Miss Susie Jennings Attend the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church Lancaster Feb 22A T Scott and family of Bryantsville spent Sunday with the family of J T Rubles Miss Hamm of Jessamine county is the guest of her sister Mrs Heaman Record and two little bro thers are visiting their uncle in Lin coin county Mr Dudley Louis of Richmond was the guest of his daughter Marshal Scott last week A D Scott and brother partnership in the entire mercantile business A D Scott buying the stock Rev Frank Walton of Bradsfordville the new pastor at the Presbyterian church Kerr preached an excellent sermon here Sunday George Rubles has been in Richmond and Lexington on business while in Lexington be attended the horse sale sale both buying and selling stock Yergil Scott has rented the farm of sAT Scott He will move this week Hollis Spoonamore will move to property vacated by Mrs Scott and act as salesman for A D Scott News has been received of the mar riage of Tom Askins to Miss Barkley near King City Mo The groom is a son of J W Askins of this place and has been i n the West a little over two yearsQuarterly meeting chapel the 21st and 22ud The new elder Rev lower of Barbourville having forty quarterly meetings to bold every three month is compelled to bold a number each week Miss Maud VanTrees aged eighteen was married to Mr Henning of Corning Kansas at Lexington last week Henning bachelor of fifty nine years bad known Miss VanTrees but a short while a few weeks ago be came from his western home to visit his Kentucky lassie He was so captivat ed that he determined not to return a single man It is reported be will dispose of his western property and make his home in the bluegrass Miss VanTrees is the pretty and of Mr and Mrs Henry VanTrees Many friends extended congratulations The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears f a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system from disease f germs the most effective remedy is L Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed t core all diseases doe to malaria poison Roberts Drug Store 1m 1 Sunday business indebted settle A D BarnetJulius entire the- o atBrowns Mi- accomplished daughter r I 25cat c iJf i mule have disolc and constipation Mc r x T THE BLUE FRONT Sweeneys Old Stand 11 begin Saturday 17th Remember the entire stock will have to be clossd out At Less Than Half Price These prices can be learned by lookirg at last weeks issue of The Central Record Bring the paper to our store with you This Sale Lasts Until February 21 After this stock is closed out we will have the opening of our New Spring Goods as soon as we can get 1 straightened up j H PattersonProprietor THE WORKING MANS FRIEND I Paints Oils and Putty mm Window Glass ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength McRoberts Drug Store I THru I I I I I I i OOOOOOOC OOCOOOOOCOt Ix x il I I L I u IOO OOOOocOOcOOc S I IREAT LEARACEt l t SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and tarsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEEt- hem and will promptly refund if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky USB sTlX Boots Shoes Rubbers Cftt LustWar EC Bonus money CINCINNATI J Jest DI R I Lb illl III I J 1wMt HO- t fpgIcQIhJ v MARK tiles G B Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store rrl WID Herndon 1 I I Jesse D a Insurance Aget Solicits a sbare of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster at cl Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel That Smooth Finish So much desired by men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work alt LAUNDRY Pbones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky MaN WE SELL GENUINE j DliverVulc n n Syracuse 1 PLOW I D 7t buy imitations if you want good results Best line of ever offered to the trade MOUNT Sole agents t- I y Iiiplows J ELKINIr I for American Fence Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comingt and Goings Ly Those Wi Are Interested In Mr WC Price of Danville was a visitor here Saturday Mr McClelland Johnston was in Lex ington the past week General Gentry of Lexington was a visitor here Saturday Misses Hattie and Jessie Doty have returned from Nashville Mr and Mrs Fred Mullinger are visit fug his mother Mis Mullinger Mrs B D Herndon has been visiting Miss Mae Robinson of Marcelius Miss Florence Darnull of Maysville is the guest of Miss Florence Harris Capt W J Kinnaird is with his par ents Squire W II Kinraird and wife A M Kinnaird of Middlesooro came down Sunday for a visit to his parents Walters has accepted a position in It E Mclloberts drug store Mr James Maret of Mt Vernon was here Saturday and made us a pleasant callDr Gilbert who has a legion of friends in Lancaster was here this weekLittle Miss Margaret Letcher Cook has been visiting relatives in Nicholas vine Mrs John Anderson is visiting her daughter Mrs Browning in Lexing ton Mrs Jas I Hamilton left Tuesday to join her husband for a visit in Mem phisSaturdays Louisville Timescontained a pretty picture of little Helen McLaren Miss Nannie Hare of Nicliolasvillr is the guest of her sister Mrs McCel land Johnston The Mt Vernon Signal contained th picture of Mr W K Shugais Brod heads splendid druggist Rev II M Falconer and wife are congratulations over the arriv al of a little son Cashier W G Kemper of hustling Peoples Bank Paint Lick was in town a short time Tuesday Mrs M F Elkin who has been the guest of Mrs Susan Salter has return ed to her home in Lexington The Baptist Aid Society meets next Mondav afternoon at 2 oclock with Fisher Richmond avenue Bj ie Ekin of Louisville arrive this week to superintend the rehearsals for wedding next week Miss Julia Reid who has been visit ing Mrs Gates of Denver Col and Rev Charles Reid of Middles boro has returned to Lancaster Mrs John Walter Misses Mamie and Etblyn Walter and Misspell Johnston attened the funeral ol Mrs Jas R Beiz lev at Stanford Saturday I I Mr Gaberial I 1 Mrs Suslan I t I J I f I r J p f I 3 Rt j 1 Elizabeth t receiving Mist wit the Lilliputlaq 1 1 Dr Mack Elliot spent several days in Frankfurt Malcom House has returned from a visit to Middlesboro Mrs E C Gaines who has been ill for more than a week is better Mis It R Denton hrs been visiting Mrs Dr Elliot at Bryantsville Miss Mattie Lee Hubble and Logan are visitng friends here lion J Wade Walker is in Louisville this week visiting his son Dr Walker Miss Maud Crandall of Richmond is the attractive guest of Mrs J B Super Miss Alice Walker has returned from aOpleasant visit to friends in Lexing ton Mrs Ellen Tevis of Silver Creek has been visiting her mother Mrs Anne WalkerMrs It Conk and son Robinson left Tuesday for Hendersonville North CarolinaMr Goodloe of Paris has been visiting the family of Mr D M Lackey Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have re turned from several months visit in MississippiMr Ilaselden the insurance man was here from Richmond a few days this week Mrs S D Cochran spent several days with her husband Represetative Cochran at Frankfort Rev F M Hill of Richmond passed through from Preachersville to his home in Richmond Tuesday Senator R L Hubble and Hon S D Cochran came up from Frankfort Saturday and remained until Monday J C Baily of Lexington and Miss Emma L Tuttlc of Madison were married in this city Monday by Eld F M TinderMr Powell left yesterday for Oregon City Ore where he will ac cept a position Bobs many friends wish him all success The social at the Christian church Wednesday evening was greatly en joyed by the large numoer of people present The committee on entertain ment were untiring in their efforts to make the evening one of pleasure lo all and they certainly succeeded In their undertaking The refreshments were delicious The coming together of the people in this manner results in much good and nothing would have a better effect than for all the churches to adopt such a plan Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the Arkansas writes II L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and my good fortune to the worlds great est medicine Dr Rings 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 McRoberts druggist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free 1m brother Lancaster luckiest man In lowe cry for V s n OUR MOTTONothing but the Best to our Customers GROCERIES Very newest of the highest grade at prices to surprise you To be con vinced call at Davidsons j I i i j fj XfJfJi X WJXfXfjI 1gJ l IfIK flJfQ1 XjJ m be ooooooooo ooooooooooooooooeooooOOOOOOO aDD DaD i DID I a a r I I4 m 1 L te IX lXI r Q lb P Slt ilL f OOOOOOOOOo0a0000o0 lOO O OOOOOONNIItMe1ee i eee aeeeo a- a t 1 MAKES ENVIABLE REPUTATION Former Lancaster Man Enjoys High Place in Estimation Win Nothing affords The Record more pleasure than that of seeing the of old Lancaster and Garrard county pull to the fropt in the business and professional world and we never lose an opportunity to tell our people of the succss of those who have cast their lot In other towns or states We now refer to a young gentleman who first saw the light of day in Lancaster but moved with his parents to Danville some years ago and is building up a reputation as a Christian gentleman and a practice in law fills the hearts of his numerous friends with delight We refer to Mr Will J who is well remembered to our older citizens and enjoys the of a great many of Garrards citizens Mr Price although a young man is at torney for Boyle county is a professor in the Law Department ot Central University a leader in Sunday School and Church work and enjoys the rep utation of being one of the most moral and upright gentleman in Central He is a close student not only in his chosen profession but of and local affairs and is one of the best posted men in this section of the While he has been an worker for the party of his choice yet he believes in clean politics and is far from participating in or lending his sanction to any trick of the kind now so frequently practiced by leaders in both parties As stated above Mr Price is a gentleman a Christian a man whose character is a hove reproach and his friends are de lighted with the fact that he has won a lucrative pratice in his profession and a standing in his community which few men enjoy Ills name is fre quently mentioned iivconneetion with officers of high honor and trust the latest being that of Congressman from the Eighth District Lancaster people are always glad to know of the success of her sons and the career of this young man be watched with pride and interest J L West representing toe Central House of Louisville hands The Re cord following circular issued by his house this week Sales have again been very large this week receipts some lighter on ac count of the cold weather Prices up on the whole have been very good ful ly as strong as for the two weeks pre vious and we again broke the market record this week as to high prices re ceiving 22 00 per hundred for one hhd and 2150 for another out of the same crop both hhds breaking the market record for the season Colory tobaccos continue to lead in demand We are glad to report you some im provement in the bettergrades of leaf this week that sell above 10 00 and 1100 this grade has been firmer and met with more competition than for I some time All other grades of tobac co remain practically unchanged in values the market upon the whole is a good one and justifies your prizing shipping and selling your tobacco Resolutions of Respect Castle Hall Gar rard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias Lancaster Ky Feb ruary 9th 1906 Our friend and brother Ed Bishop departed this life just 16 years from the time he member of Gar rard Lodge Knights of Pythias Dur ing these sixteen years he always the principles of friendship charity and benevolence Brother Bishop had been honored by his in the Lodge room he having uccu pied all positions in the Lodge and at the time of his death being a past Chancellor Garrard Lodge was how ored in thus giving honor to our de parted brother He not only loved his order but believed and practiced in daily life its principles and may we emulate the example he set us Be it resolved that The order Knights of Pythias and Garrard Lodge No 29 in the death of Brother Bishop has lost a faithful and beloved member one whose place will be hard to fill in the work of the order both within and without itsCstle Hall that our City has honorable and upright citi zen one who was always striving as best he might for the welfare and of our City and its Citizens that his sister the only surviving member of his immediate family has lost a faithful and devoted brother that our community has lost one who would ever give friendly counsel to those who sought advice and always offer excuse for the erring No man had a kinder heart than our brother Ed Bishop Be it ordered copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our lodge that a copy be given to his surviving sister and that they be printed ID the Central Record G B Swinebroad J W Elmore J B Kinnalrd Com mi tee Wise or Ohterwise Better a live politican than a dead hero A woman of 40 never laughs unless she means it The wise man the fools money united Some foolish people consider inebri ety a mark of genius Few realize handsome other really are A man isnjt a he has pass ed the swearing off stage Its useless to waste sympathy on a man who has the toothache Beware ofthe who has a minis for telling lock stories T ofthe Merit Will Kentucky State active Tobacco fire becamea practiced lostan betterment tnata and l i man until r l I People sons which Price National will brush- ers aresoon women how women man hard Ls Mr Fred Creech of Clay county is moving to this place W T Watson is much improved from Ills recent spell Mr Ashy Sebastian bought of Bud Ross three calves for 18 00 Attend the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church Lancaster Feb 22 The vote on the whisKey question here was two majority against grant tug license Mr Joe A Ross sold last week one nice SOOlbs heifer to Mr Price butcher at Paint for2500 We are glad to see Mr Joe Kelly back at our town he has been sick at his aunts in Madison county for days Coy Shearer brothers bought a nice lot of feeding cattle at Richmond last court day and are feeding them at their farm here P11EAUHERSV1LLK Foley has gone to Jellico on buls nessMrs Dr Farris has been real sick but is better now Born to the wife of Mr Walter a 9 Ib buy Mrs Dan has been real sick for a few days Prof Win Caldison will close his school this week Mrs Suse Blankingship has pneumo nia but is doing well W McIIutcbins bought a mule from Tom Stigall for 8500 W C Cummins bought a sow and pigs from W D Elmore for 831 00 Mrs R F Jordan of Burnside has been with her sun and daughter for a few daysW B Ragan and J L Ilutchms were in Boyle County last week looking at a farm Misses Fannie Thompson and Hallie Brown was visiting Mrs J M Cress MondayJ bought 50 hogs last week for 5 cts and sold the same to J D Horton for 565 Mr Alford Owens has his hause a bout complete and will move to the same in the spring- J P Rogers and J B Huchins bought a team of mules in Rockcastle county last week for 8250 daughter Miss Lizzie were visiting Rev White and family Saturday Mr B C White and Miss Gallic drove over to Lancister Saturday and were married at the Gaines Hotel Mrs Mary Hamlin and Mrs Beulah Rowan of Chicago is visiting their uncle and aunt Mrs II C Cummings and wife DRUGS LIKELY TO ADVANCE Many Plants That Once Grew Wild Are Disappearing with March of Civilization Dealers in American drugs are much alarmed at the scarcity and high price of most of the vegetable drugs indi genous to this country which have de veloped during the present year Many of the drugs in chief demand have advanced from 100 to 300 per cent in price and the suply cf all is said to be small Some of the drugs most af fected by these conditions are golden seal seenga root ginseng wild cherry bark white pine bark elder flowers sarasaparilla root sassafras and at least a dozen others of less impor tance Golden seal in particular has advanced since January from 74 cents to 150 and senega root from 82 cents to 115 In 1899 senega root was selling at 24 cents White pine bark has gone up in two years from 2 to 4 cents The plants from which these drugs are gathered grow wild and are said to be gradually with the march of civiliza tion and the settlement of the coun try No steps have Peen taken to safe guard the supply and the plants are gradually being exterminated It is feared that this country will soon be in the same position as Germany and other countries of Europe as produc ers of vegetable drugs Formerly Ger many was a great producer of herbs and barks but now these drugs are gathered chiefly in the wilds of Hun gary Drug dealers fay the result will be a heavy advance in the prices of many of the commoner and more pop ular medicines GAUZE TO RESIST SHOCK English Professor Invents Wire Net ting Which Electricity Finds Impossible to Pierce So many accidents have happened to men engaged in electric works from the effect of a current passing through the body that those whose business leads them to handle this wonderful factor will be glad to hear that the costume invented by Prof Nicholas Artemieff of London has proved a perfect safeguard The wire gauze of which the costume is made being a better conductor than the human body the wearer is thoroughly protected while the material is so fine and that no inconvenience is caused to the wearer One ot the difficulties hitherto encountered n dealing with electricity has been the impossibility of gauging at what strength a current becomes dangerous There have been in which an alternating current of only 100 volts has killed while again 500 have been endured without danger Prof Artemleffa in vention however makes everything safe for bis illustrating ex he allowed 150000 quits to round him without being injured in the least The costume a covering can be worst either under or the usual as no inconvenience Is felt br Its to the skin whea is turned OB J several E Jordan Naylor MrsJF and W T B Horton supple wes volts rimeI ts 1t MSAI Williams Lick Pettus disappearing during pass which Includes head over beta next the entreat i i Business Items My dwelling on Danville street New and has all modern conveniences Possession given immediately Jas II Dunn tf We want your sacked sausage Highest pricet paid Currey tf About ten or twentyfive acreS of good grass laud for grazing for this year Will rent for eutire year to this olllce tf 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 00000 lots on approved security or 1st mortgage on real estate For call at this olllce tf I will be at my ollice o n Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Millie A Dunn Supt We want your country produce and tf Toilet Article of discription at FrisbIes Drugstore I See Mrs Dullie Brown at Tosephs and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf Your orders for coal will have J B Foster representing E F Spears Suns of Paris is paying 1J cents per pound for hemp delivered at Stanford Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just receiveii by tf Batiks Hudson ed for any occasion Telephone 100 7 IS tf and latest styles in Box Pa per Tablets and envelops Frisbies Drug Store If you want to see tall hustling just ring up 181 and see how quickly we can deliver your order for in the grocery line Curry Herndon The finest line of Perfume ever sluwn in Lancasterat Frisbies Drug Store A Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksbury and Hudson ware house Call phone 10 or 20 R M West Co Dogongood Brand We have a large line it the celebrat ed Dorongood Brand of Hosiery the best made 2t Powell Co glass al Putty Varnish and oils at lowest prices Frisbies Drug Store For chapped hands face or lips use Frisbies Almond Cream It will pos itively cure them Price 15cts tf Frisbies Drug Store Miss Fannie Bishop has wide experience in handling lowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gems chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Mules For Sale Farmers wanting to buv work mules will make money by calling at my sale stable 1 have about SO good ones to select from tf W 15 Burton Drug Store lie uses nothing but the very finest drugs and chemicals ob tainable 2 tf Give Us Your Order On the 15 IT Friday and Saturday we will have an expert tailor to show you the styles for Spring clothing and take your measure for a suit Low prices good quality and a tit guaranteed It will pay you to see Jacob Joseph- It M D Hughes Repair Shop I have opened a harness shcp at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am prepared to do the best work in or harness 1 have had years experience and I guarantee all my work on and harness Dec 1 8t S B Jennings Tobacco Hogsheads I can save you money on tobacco and deliver at any point between Paint Lick and Rowland at less money than others charge Tele phone me J L West Iliattsville Ky tf 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 date and we guarantee satisfaction Send us your clothes for cleaning Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 119 W C Davis 2 Mch Notice to Consumers When you want or salt make my office your 1 will be glad to have at any did time that miles of this jrfty IM J any I have for corn and kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815M Bells Flowers Go everywhere act 100 Disappointment place T1 GalBes representing the leading fl rist or night Te fhoaelOO tf t z I Rent I Hern- don Wanted Apply priceCome Coal appreciatedIf byEdNewest anything U U D Window Paint who niums Take your prescriptions w repair- Ing Son offi e you I can make prices on coal an salt surprisingly cheap both rd or anywhere in Special prices to parties want load lots Will always with e when Ed C Gaines No U wed I r 0 r deRhrn wlth Ed 0 r For information store sizes Fris ie s foal best and here in car highest market intuit Promptly delivred ordered through phone Avoid C Orders 5 Closing Out To Quit Dont miss this chance to get a nice set of DISHES at Wholesale My entire stock of Groceries and Queenswear must Lanoaster Grocery Co line of Druggist Sundries is complere in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and Talcum powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRISBIES DRUG STORE Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Drug Paint Store 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 Other Phone No 31 Residence No 7 r I E I go- IIf I I I I t R- r EiHi1Jm 1 jJ Ii I j li l 8 J1JmfilJmH I l fifml r FREEBy Bastin r Ifi E s- Our G D ID E3 j a Storm s c 4 rstiVLetter to Record Readers R McRoberts Guarantee Hyomei to Cure Catarrh or its Costs Nothing Editor of the Record In view of the prevalence of troubles at this season of the year I want to tell your readers that I have never sold anything that gave more satisfaction than Ilyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get from the treatment andconsistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our cus tomers the virtue of this preparation Personally I am interested in Ilyo mei for it is made and sold on honor and I do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Hyomei It is a local treatment for a local dis ease and its soothing healing medi cation goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit con sists of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents I positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with directions or 1 will refund your money This certainly shows our faith tnd belief in the virtues of Hyomei Yours truly RE McRoberts immediaterelief I eo ca- tarrhal thoroughly very z The Markets LOUISVILLE KY FEB II 4 p H CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 1 50 5 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 234 50 Choice butcher steers 3 4 tr Medium to good butchers K 00 s 50 Common to medium butchers 2 SO 00 Good to choice feeders S 50 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 50 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 00 3 50 Common to medium stock steers 2 25 2 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 3 00 Common to medium stock heifers 1 75 2 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 00 2 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 50 Choice veal calves 50 700 Common to medium calves 3 SO 5 00 Choice packing and butchers 200 ibs 5 80 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 5 80 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Iba 5 55 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs A SO 530 Roughs 150 to 500 lbs 5 00 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 50 4 00 Fair to good 2 75 3 00 Common to medium 2 00 2 50 Bucks 1 50 2 50 Extra shipping lambs 7 00 Best butcher Iambi 6 00 Common tailendlamb 4 003 4 50 WANTED i Chicago wholesale and mall or der house assistant jnan or woman for this county and adjoining territory Sal ary 20 d money advanced Work ant position permanent No investment or experience re at once for particulars and enclose selfaddressed Chicago 111 7Q9 HOGS to 300 Good pigs 5o to SOlba a es lull e o IODnIWmYCUII J a 75 COOPERApr13 N riss mss g r UIkt LEwis Y LKAVELL President 33 WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL s o SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Oasbr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold g Tin Shops We invite you to inquire for prices on g r Tin and all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing low prices for a short time This your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA LouisviileHenderspn StLouis Railway Henderson Route Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Ilomeseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays February and March 1900 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April Limit to return May 31 00 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1900 Secondclasscolonit rates to California and Northwest tickets oa sale daily February 15th to April 7th 1900 ASK US FOR RATES J H GALLAGHER Trav Pass A t J IRWIN Gen Pass Ajt PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats Corn Barley and Linseed Meal properly balanced and horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed I I II f DIRECTKS I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmm a RoofingGuttering i I IU1U1U1UIU1U1U1UIUU UIUIUIUIU 10 L groundFor I s 4 0 114 t Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Grains SeedsFertilizers grthIUt41Iy ANIIjs fCogPosToINGrO i Opinionsof its users given If interested write for prices Onion Sets PotatoesPoultry Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY oooooooo xxx ooooo oo oo x Stock of General Merchandise in Bryantsville Kentucky This is the best stand to sel goods in Kentucky My store is new clean and upto date I willjjell stock of goods and the store house can be rented or leased for a term of years or it can be bought at a bargain ty I am doing a business of 1500 per month For full particulars call on or address A TSCOTTBryantsville Kentucky IP r Sale PetX t I I XOQOOOOOOO- f L THE LIVER fiUARANTINK ii I i I I H TAKIXG HIS MEALS OUT has ruined a mans The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health torpid liver causes a quarantine ofthe system Jt the germs and affords them inviting some serious illness Qln families where used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches affec tions No wellregulated family should be without qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For Hale by It K Mcltoberta CASKS DRIFT IN POLAR SEA Philadelphia Geographical Societys Experiments Confirm Nan sers Theory contained in two drift casks set afloat in the polar neas six years ago have just been ic turned to Henry G Bryant prcsdent of the Geographical Society of under whose direction the ex periment was marte A report ot iheir wanderings was made by Mr Bryant at the monthly meeting of the society in Witlierspoon hall These casks were two of 7 set adrift at various points in the Arctic regions during the summers of 189 1900 and 1901 The idea originated with Melville who suggested it to the society in 1S97 One of llieae casks was found by fishermen on the northern coast of Si beria early la3t summer passed It on to civilization when the oppor tunity arose and officials of one of the Siberian towns returned thin Inclosed papers to Philadelphia Each of the casks contained letters in all known languages requesting the finder to 111 nut thin blanks giving date and place ami other information and to return the papers to Philadelphia Money for postaRo was inclosed in every cask This cask was found only SRO miles where it was set adrift six years ago 93 miles northwest of Randalls Island Its course was in an entirely different direction from what had been expected The second cask recovered had drift ed from Cape Barrow on the Alaskan coast where it had been left on floe ice to the northern coast of Iceland and was recovered by sheep herders a few months ago It proved without doubt what was partly demonstrated Jiy Nansens ship the Fram and the Icannette that a newly found current flows over or around the pole coming lawn between Spitsbergen and Green land Into tim northern Atlantic In the direct line over the polar cup tIle cask was 2500 miles from its starting point hut it hall probably ilriftort in a circular course more than 3000 miles KING OUSTED FROM ESTATE Emperor Francis Joseph Has Been Evicted from AustriaHun gary Hunting Seat Francis Joseph has been evicted from a hunting estate in Hungary The emperor had for some years past leased from the municipal ity of Budapesth an estate at Godollo where he has been in the habit of spending a month or two every au tumn The lease being on the point of the municipality in reply to the emperors request for its renewal dispatched a message to the imperial court curtly stating that they bad de cided to put up the estate for public auctionHis through the medium of a representative then made an offer for the renewal of the lease but was out bidden several times by other intend I I CHurned I as qA Floweris PhlladelphiaPapers Philadelphia Admiral They t ParisEmperor expiration iii toni ing istittita untn tae pri e cal risen to enoruioiis proportion On behalf of the the depu ty M Hedervary then proposed a compromise and asked that should bind itself not to per mit any hunting in the locality during the emperors sojourn at the Villa de Godollo which is his majestys private properlyThis was flatly refused the municipality formally declaring that it could not compel the population to show so much consideration toward the sovereign The syndicate formed for the of the estate thereupon deposit ed 4000 with the municipality the rental the chairman declar ins that the property should be with drawn from the emperors tenancy al price STORK BUSY IN THE SOUTH Largest Number of Births Ever Re corded in One Day Follows Trip of President Roosevelt New Roosevelt came saw and conquered New Orleans- in a way not hitherto made public The president is an avowed enemy of race suicide and an advocate of large families The more children a father has the easier it is for him to obtain a presidential portrait and a presiden than autograph The same is true of mothers Women are as ambitious to get presidential recognition as men as the moral of this story shows How many demands will be made on the president for photographs auto graphs etc as a result of his visit to New Orleans only time will tell but it is a fact that following president Roosevelts visit the stork has been more busy here than ever before in the history of New Orleans This means a great increase In the number of happy fathers and mothers and it has resulted In general rejoicing A recent days record of births was the largest ever recorded in this city The number of births has averaged about 20 the year round but 36 chi dren were born the day after Presi dent Roosevelt arrived here 17 boys and 19 girls During the last year there was a decrease in the birth rate for Louisiana A cOIrparative statement of statistics shows that the number of deaths exceeded the births and few births have occurred compared with marriagesExperts in the Science Mr Carnegie offers half the cost of a laboratory at Smith because he thinks that women should be up on biology That they are up on buyology observers at any of the bargain sales can testify SAY BRIDE CLINGS TO Artists Declare Newly Married Loves Her Costume and Always Wears It Artists say that only on rare wilt a bride take her veil from her bead and lay it aside when she la photographed They assert that probe ably once in a hundred times will such a thing happen for they want the veil to show up prominently in the H W Mills of Wheaton 111 says a bride and Groom came into his studio the other day and he was surprised to see the bride remove her veil and with the flowers she carried arrange it on a table Then she drew the table close beside her and told the artist she was ready Nothing will tempt a bride to part with a veil that she has once had as a part of her wedding dress In Du Page county Illinois a singular custom regarding the preser ration of the veil prevails A large boxlike frame Is constructed and a cabinet portrait is placed in the center of the background Then the veil is neatly arranged around the picture and the outer edge of the frame is with artificial flowers to the ones that the bride held or wore when she was married Such frames adorn hundreds of walls In Du Page county farms and other houses A wedding frame will occupy one part of the wall and another frame will hold the sliver nameplate that has been taken from the coffin of member of the family of either groom or bride An Autumn Wizard King Midas Is no myth I hold But walks the earth a wizard bold Last night my maples leaves were errAs any In you vlny scren 7ii 6 now each one ts turnod toggldj King Midas is no myth hold Judge II the acquisition toward ny OrleansPresident material YElL Woman occasions photograph photographed entwined represent J emperor municipality sonlee ti E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Pre t WG Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Statmt condition Dec 30 1905 j I I I II II I RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 7C50fr60 Overdrafts 74 Due from Lanka Banking House and Lot Mortgages K082 00 Cash 70S 22 aud Fixtures 1000 00 LIABIL1TES Capital Stock 16000 00 000000 Individual Deposits 03270 30 i1 19058 79 1900 00 Furniture CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 533334 BQGOYN WOODS ARNOLD I I 1 R J S BURROWS J B E LWOODS niprons St COY L W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casual ity Insurance III II Z493 The BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 Meato JOWl L STOalllS Vice Prt- I s CDIIIIY Cubist ZBob1DIo n A88 tCash r Bo T DIR KS SamID Cochran Alex B Denny A C BoblDloD- ZDO KStormes W H Kinnaird C I iI National r- A 1 DUYPr Embry Bookkeeper ft s HENRY ITTEBSdS TIie Weekly Courier Joral AND THD CENTRAL RECORD BOTH ONE YEAR for ONLY 1 50 Few people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a lamily paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the Week ly CourierJournal and this paper one year for the price named above Send your subscription for the combination to to the IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For the Eastern District of Kentucky In Bankruptcy In the matter of James Thomas Lear a Bankrupt On this 10 day of February A D 19oti ou considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge tiled un the 10 day of February A D it is ordered by the court that a hear be had upon the same on the 27 day of February AD 1000 Leforesaid court at Coving ton in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof b DUblUhed 1 time in The Lancaster Record a newspaper print ed in said district all known and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the Dray er of said petitioner should not be WITNESS the Honor SEAT able A Judge thereof at Richmond in said district on ths 10 day of February A D 1900 Jos OFinnell Clerk W C Bennett D C Every man knows too many things that are none of his business Be shure of a mans ability asa before asking him to apologize Many ii man has mat e a fortuneby gratifying other nuns cnriosity He who rides a hobby thinks he is entitled to the middle of the road When a man is down in the world he gets many more kicks than boosts Many an otherwise sensible is troubled witn the quick lunch habit CHARLES DANA GIBSONS MOST FAMOUS PICTURES Ten of His Drawings is Illustrate a Series of Articles In the Now York Sunday World Every one knows Charles Dana Gibson the creator of the Gibson Girl and other famous pen and Ink drawings Every one has heard of his recent decision to abandon pen sad Ink work to voluntarily give up an income of sixty thousand dollars a year from Colliers Weekly In order to go to Paris anil study the art of oil painting the sake o art alonu In his chosen field of pen and Ink sketches Charles Dana Gibson stands alone The of his technique the dryness of hlshnm or and the depth of his pathos have made him as familiar to the people of Canada Australia and England as he is fellowcountrymen awl fellow towns men In fev York The Xew York World is about to publish a series of articles on pen and Ink sketching as exemplified in the work of this great American artist and by special arrangement with Weekly has obtained a series of ten of Glbiona pictures which Illustrate best his versatile art These will be Issued as a special art to the Sunday World beginning next 18 These pictures will be ed In a style never before attempted by any newspaper They will be printed from copper etchings on an eggshellfinished art paper in black line drawing on acream buff back ground Each picture will be on a separate sheet ten by fifteen inches just a convenient size One of the pictures will accompany each issue of the Sunday World for ten Sun days beginning Sunday Feb 18 If you are already a reader of the Sunday World besure to put in your order in advance to your newsdeler If not give your order at once to your regular newsdealer as picture edition Is limited It may be impossi ble to obtain a copy unless it is bespoken in advance If you do not read the Sunday World and have no newsdealer handy sand T5cents to the New York Sunday World and the big Sunday edition of that paper with the Gibson pictures on separate sheets will be sent to you postage Iree each week for ten weeks The Sunday World is tUe greatest of all papers Its twelvepage colored Magazine Section is in artistic merit and excellence of reading matter far superior any of its Then there Is a really funny Comic Section also In colors a Metropolitan Section containing all the news of the great Broadway of New York absolutely unique feature in Sunday journalism an Editorial section 01 paltlsan Impartial but vigorous and of the News Sections which contain all tin news of the world gathered by an army o correspondentAll features and attraction with the Gibson pictures for ten weeks for 75 cents Address the Circulation Department Sunday World New York City N Y Please end stamps of small denominations NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr Pig vs Sabra Holland c Deft All having claims against the estate of Elizabeth Halcomb deceased will tbe samg properly proven to the undersigned Master Commit sioner of the Garrard Circuit Court on or before the 26 day of February 1906 This January tb 1906 J II Rothwell Master Comissioner Garrard Circuit Courfi c t PAPER usnot Courier OUI nal log creditors granted iT J Cochran ot said Court and the seal scrapper for excellence to hid Colliers supplement the Gibson contemporaries an sod course 00 p luG profit Sunday s i4 sj i Sheriffs Sale TftXE By virtue of the tax dm me it Sheriff of Our rard County for the year liO owing by the bllnqucnt tux payers of sail county I or one of my deputies will on Monday March 26 1906 between the hours of 9 A M and 1 r i it being the regular March term of the Garrard Coun ty Court expose before the Court House door iu the city of Lancaster the following real es tate in Ga raid County Kentucky listed by said delinquents tax payers or so much there of as may DC necessary to pay the unpaid tax of said delinquents for the year IJOii as set forth opposite their names The same includes penalty and cost of advertising As the slime paid will disappear LANCASTER WHITE DISTUICT XOl Boyle Henry 1 town lot 70 CuniiiuKuim Mary town lots 12 CO Forbes Lucretia 1 acre Huffman Marvin 14 acres l 1 Huffman Susie S tores Jones J town lot l 15- Sopor J B 1 town lot fl 20 Traylor Allen 1 town lot 11 f LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT NO 1 Anderson Rebecca 1 town lot 5- Jurditt James Jj acres I I Bnrnsidt Mary 1 town lot r 20 Blanks Jane 1 town lot I 15 Fish Boyd lucre 495- Huffman Marian 1 town lot H in tt Anna 1 town lot 3 r Jones Jim Jrl town lot 81 Jennings Gco Brethet 1 acre 17 Kersie Fannie 1 town lot a fi Leave Ceo W 1 lot I Leavell George 1 town lot T M Iddleton Bob 1 acre SC Middletim Edlt 5 7 suiter Cal ip 1 town lot 57 Salter Heirs 1 town lot C Turplu Ella 1 town 3 i Tevls Madison I town lot 52 Taylor Lucy 1 town lot BRYAXTSVILLE WII1TK DISTRICT XO 2 Allen Sirs William 2T acres I C Baker A Z IK acres 5 Brown Mary Co acres 42 Cheatham Elisha 15 acres 58 Hudson II 210 acres sa Lear J T 41 acres 172 Miillins Btt 1 town lot 19 i Pollard John 4 at res 52 Ireston 10 C Saaler Ellen 10 acres 47 fherrow Miss Sallle 1 acre 2 H Williams Allle lot 5 Cochran Frank 4 acres Cochran Henry acres I Caldwell Harrison 1 acre 020 Dunn Tom 1 acre 715 Dunn Sanders 4 acres 4 Davis Rich 1 acre r Dunn Buck Jrl acre r oO Davis Julius 1 acre 425 Dunn Commadoie acre 115- Kuibrjr Gallic 1 acre I 25 Catties ChilI t Bro 3 acres 090 Graves Slat 1 acre SH Marlah I town 3 75 Keuuedy Elizn 1 town lot 2 5- Morehead 4 SO Sigar William 1 acre 405 Smith Ben 1 acre f W Taylor Tom 15 acres I U5 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT NO 3 Bilker John 23 acres C 45 Chouse Irvin 10 acres 025 Kelly Tom 12 acres 9 1j Locker J N30 acres C 75 Layton J II 33 acres 11 55 Murphy William 2 acres 4 s Powers Mary B 154 acres 4840 Parks W I 50 acres 21 90 Ray Mike 3 acres C 95 Whlttaker Will 10 acres 520 Walker W II ft acres 18 05 Woods A J 19 CO BUOKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No 3 Anderson Pete 20 acres 0 CO PAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO i Brocc John 50 acres Blount 8 II Guardlu for UO acres 19 55 B ton Thomas Best Heirs 2Jjaer s 470 Mrs Clarah 1 Town Lot S BroadusJ r 80 Bird Green 5 acres 8 i5 Cooley Sallle 20 acres 000 Dillon WRJO acres 310 Gafuey acres CIO Holcomb Elizabeth 43 acres Knuckles Jas 30 acres KoehKr S5 50 McCnllnms Heirs 40 acres 2 UO Malesa 3 acres Singleton Jessie Jr 135 acres 725 White Mrs acres 0 00 Williams Chas 25 acres 4 SO Whltehead Jane 90 acres 335 Wallace J 43 acres 730 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Adklnson Henry 1 M acres G C5 2 C5 Beasley George acres 6 M Chealbam Milo 1 acre 570 Faulkner Andy 5 acres 5 21 Faulkmr Abe 10 acres Faulkner Bill 1 acre 415 Faulkner Eddie 12 acres 435 Hicks Oscar acres 445 Hickman Logan 14 acres 7 35 Hawkins Susan Heirs 1 Town Lot 385 Kennedy Ed 2 acres 470 Leavell Thomas I acre 315 lackey Lige 1 Lot c 30 Lackey Grand Heirs 1 Town Lot 3 HO Marret Henry 8 acres s 90 Marret Will Heirs 1 Town fir Xewluud John 1 acre i 40 WLLAWSON Sheriff Garrard County Ky i j 0 o o o 0 Q r jo o j 0 0 o 0 v 0 a FOR the names 2 2 2 0 A I 0 lot I H MruSnsie IIi aCred I IIISYANTSVILIl COLOItED DlfTlUCTO f 1 I lot Sam I acre 95 W I acre 2 IS Ed Ross 2 10 EEl Burnam Joe slid Malme 6 Town I l S St 3 town lot a toot Ito I lucks 35 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