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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m THE RECORD SIXTKKXTU YEAJt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1906 4 CENTRAL x pNr y- I i a XaTIrBEE JQ f I i j r iJ- Stisfactin Guaranteed I I tp- u I Line I T aoP I PLOW GEAR I i ICiiO1 Nj i Clover I jHASEL OEN BROS i It R L DAVIDSON I ilttorzxey Law Office over Ponce Court room attention to huslness i p u bi u3 3 f t Dentist Office grog Tl1omrOlls 1Yf1 tit store st ui rt I Chatta1iooaPLOViS g L al fW6S7 i7L A o73pO Foil a Soda At irrcmpt O1CHEUSFAS 3 t Local Gossip Cjunty court Monday Lilliputian wedding tonight Remember the Lancaster fair dates are July 18 19 20 The Baptist Aid Society will meet with Mrs Jacob Joseph next Tuesday night Mr Wm Dunn of Emina Texas has been visiting Miss Bettie Broaddus for several days The Lilliputian Wedding at Chris tian church tonight Thursday Every body is going There is a great deal of sickness in this vicinity and the doctors are kept on the jump day and night Several beautiful days have been sandwiched in the recent cold snap So far this winter has been a remarka bly pleasant one W II Harriss minstrel has engaged 3 professional minstrel men for a show to be given in theCourt house March 9th Pont miss it Eli tor Land ram was confined to his bed for about live days by servere at tack of what Dr Kinnaird called grip What we called it would not look well in print The digree of the Old Fellows lodge die some work at Paint Lick Thursday night and were royally by the bg hearted people of t hustling little city Rov Chas Drown of Knoxville will perch at the Presbyterian church the 1st Sunday in March As he will like ly he called as pastor every memlvr is asked to be present 2t Why not come up Monday pay your subscription to the Record for one year in advance which should be done anvhovv and get the Cincinnati Daily Post one year for only Everybody is talking about the fair It will be a genuine old fashioned gathering liberal premiums and no graft There is not a gentleman connected with it who entered the with the hope of making one cent out of it Everybody will be given a square deal Confederate Veterans Attention An important meeting of Camp M D Logan will be held in the Masonic Hall next Monday afternoon at 2 at which time new officers will be chosen and other matters at tended to Every comrade is urged to be present Joe Arnold Com dr J team th 350 wit h undertaking o clock entertained 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 all doubt The Crossett Shoe Makes Life Walk Easy Our Immense stocks of Now 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 In Prices We Defy Competion UK Joseph Mercantile fJ I I I I I broadassertion et r i t r c F i LA SQUIRE WILLIAM H KINNAIRD Passes Away After a Lingering Ill ness A Long and Useful Life Ended After an illness of several years Squirt William H Kinnaird peacefully breathed his last at the family resi dence on Danville street Tuesday a few minutes before twelve oclock Squire Kinnaird had been blessed with remarkably good health during his entire life until a few years ago when he began to fail He resign ed his position as cashier of the Bank of Lancasner and after a visit to his brother in Ohio returned home and has spent the time in quiet ly winding up the many important business matters of his own and in his hands for other parties He had so many important matters in his nands that only a few weeks before his death did he succeed in winding up all his affairs No man in Kentucky has hand led more funds or tilled more positions of trust than did he and never was I night National there the slightest hitch in winding up the numerous estates s t e ments as guardian committee treasurer fur different institutions and positions where large sums were handled No man ever lived in Lancaster who was as prominently identified with every movement for the advancement of moral and financial instutions our did Lancaster ever have a ci izen whose advice and counsel was more ea gerly sought after While never a weal thy roan yet he always had money ready to aid any whom he thought was deserving and mount to buckle down to business and earn a living and we doubt if this column would hold the names of the men who today are under obligations to him for the loan of the money with which to begin their career We have never know a man to take more interest in young men There are many incidents connected with his life which render him one of the most remarkable men In the coun try lie was burn in Marietta Ohio in 1822 At the age of 14 years he came to Lancaster and engaged with an uncle of his as salesman in the mer cantile business In 1846 he bought an interest in the store which he held until 1857 when he entered the De posit Bank of Lancaster In 1805 he organized and opened the National Bank of Lancaster of which he was the cashier until the year 1900 He was a founder of the Lancater Presbyterian church and devoted a great deal of his time and means to the maintain ance of that organization having been an Elder therein ever since the organ izatlon of the local church He had the distinction of having been a bank cashier longer than any other man in Kentucky the late John W Proc tor of Danville old in the business as was he having learned the banking business under Squire Kinnaird Ills father David Kinnaird was born in Scotland and came to the United States in 1818 Ills mother was born in Gieeebriar county Virginia He was married in 1846 to Miss Patsy McKee who survives him To the marriage were born eleven children three of whom viz Robert Mrs Helen Herndon and Mrs Margaret Gill are dead The surviving children are Mrs Maria Kerby Mrs W Burnside Dr J B Kinnaird Mrs Donald McDonald Wm J and A M and Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird The funeral services will he conducted at the residence this afternoon by Dr DonaldjMcDonad assisted by Eld F M Tinder the interment taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery The Lid Still On The lid remains in place in Lancas ter and while it is possible that occas sional nip of Battle Row booze floats down the dusty channel of some old toper yet it is done so quietly that is bothered by the transaction and thats all most of our people want The illicit sale of whiskey had become so open and above board In Lancaster that the people had become thoroughly disgusted and many strong supporters of local option announced their inten tion to vote for license The new coun cal with Mayor Ed Eishop said it must stop and it did stop As stated above some may be sold but it isdonesoqule tly in such small quantities that there is no drunkenness or disorder The new council is making a good re cord so far and heres hoping they will not weary in Look Listen Have your cisterns cleaned now with the patent and catch March rains tor Summer Prices rea mabie satisfaction guaranteed Hatcher y oung man fam- Ily we doing I none and cleaner Bal ry u h County Prisoners At Work Jailer David Ross has taken a wise step by county prisoners to work on Ili several law r ikers are Mi Svel and lue instead of lounging injlrtkind at the expense of the people This ii a step in the riuht direction andif kept up will tnrow a damper over those culprits who Commit misdemeanors only to get in jail and be fed during tie cold weather A Narrow Escape Last Tuesday as Mr Bristow Conn was posting sonic bills on his fathers shot he footing from the eras ing upon which was standing and fqremost his feet catch ing and leaving him hanging in this position Ills head struck somthing in the fall and when found he was cold and unconcious Medical aid was and he soon brought around all right though is suffering from his peculiar experience The Fatal Headache Powder Capt A B Rue of Harrodsburjr is the latest victim of the deadly head ache powder and came near losing his life from onelast week It requir d heroic work by physicians to save his life Why peiplj will take piten stuff they know absolutly nothing a bout instead of consulting a doctor and having him prescribe is incompre hensible The great wonder is that more people are not killed Event of The Season The event of tlje season will be the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church evening be sinning promptly at 70 oclock The principal parts will be taken by promi pent children of the city the costumes were ordered from New York the rehearsals have perfected detail and the event will the most pleasing and enjoyable ever given in Lancaster There are a number of other attractive features on the and you will regret it if you miss it Tickets are on sale at all the price only 25cts Fine Drill Team The Uniform Rank K of P command of Capt W 0 Dunlap is making rapid progress and the team puts up splendid drill The new swords etc have arrived and as scon as weather prcmits drills will onfi he Public Square Dunlap had six years experience in the Regular Army both in the Phillipines at Sam Juan II ill in Alaska China and other points so his active exper ience is worth a great deal Most all the other members have had from three to six years experience in tIe State Guards so i crack team may be expected A Big Record Circuit Clerk Will Hamilton has just completed and shipped to the Court of Appeals the largest record ever sent from Garraid county Time branch is that of Mary C Cox vs Wm Herndon Admr of W M Johnston and contains 463 pages The other brandies of the case contained 557 pages making in all 1020 pages of typewritten matter It is possible that this many pages have been sent heretofore but they were written with a pen The suit is that in regard to the insurance on Johnsons life which has attracted wide Midshipman Miller Here Midshipman John Paul Miller who graduated at Annapolis last week with third honors in a class of about 150 was here a few days to visit his parents and friends before leaving on three years sea duty lIe expected to have several weeks vacation but recently a telegram ordering him to Boston where he sails for Alexandria Egypt next week There he will re port to in Admiral Sigsbees squadron He will be on this duty for three years being stationed in various foreign waters Ills friends feel very proud of the most excellent record this young man is making and take the deepest interest in his future which is exceptionally bright Mr Miller left- Tuesday afternoon for Boston Rice Benge Dead Danville News Rice Benge aged 55 died suddenly of paralysis at Li home in Wilmore Friday afternoon at one oclock Mr Benge had suffered a stroke of paralysis on two occasions before Mr Benge was a well known and wellliked horseman and liveryman and numbered his fneiidsby the hun dreds in the Blue Grass He conduct ed a livery business in Lancaster for a number of years He also served one term as of Garrard county after which he in the livery bus iness in this city where he sustained great loss by fire About this time his health became such that he could not give any attention to his business and he retired from business life A short time ago he moved to Wilmore where he and his family were living at the time of his death His wife and two children survive him The chil dreg are Hetfry Benge and Mrs Clar ence Silliman of Wilmore The run will be held in the Prov idence church this afternoon and the body will be buried in Providence cem etery Money All The money advertised for loan in The Record brought a great many applicants and it was loaned in less t me than it takes to tell it So please dont apply at this office you another ad putts le d now bUsY r dropped head summoned beone of program drugstores uniforms Cal t last Galveston ralservlces eating lostthe every under beheld attention engaged Gone until tea 4 s- LaIp No Lancaster 110 Years Dr J M Acton tells The Record that he kept tab on the matter last year and there were 17 deaths and births in Lancaster This of course was a mong the white population which he places at 1000 He then figured Out that at this rate Lancaster would I in 110 years Methodist church j Sunday morriititi yere well attended and great interesfcivyus shtiAvn The I meeting at 7 P M was arifcUe order pf old fashioned Methodist gathering It gave all a chance to take part As J cordial invitation Is extended to all to worship with us Topic for Sunday morning Christians who Make Con j tracts Wants Him Rewarded Stanford Interior Journal James I Hamilton ex county attorney of Garrard and a weeel horse democrat authorizes the Central Record to an j nounce his candidacy for Congress No man has done harder work for jj democracy and none is more of recognition at the hands of the party Giving Mr Hamilton the nom li nation rewarding the truly lj faithful and his friends will lose time and spare no means in their ef fort to have him highly honored j In The Fight To A Finish jj Crab Orchard Feb 19 HOG Editor Record 1 infer from recent r announcement in your paper that probably every county in the District i will have a candidate for Congress I and even the little State of Casey is toing to hurl a store into the ring j This is a it should lit With a co grcssional candidate from every county we shall all have some show but with only two or three candidates the man with the most money could buy his nomination as may be done any way i Money lavishly expended kept me 7 running for the Lcislature for fourteen years Then 1 was elected by 513 J majority I have now started in for JE Congress and never intend to cease running until I am elected I shall f commence speaking at the county g seats in May anti never cease till I am r defeated and then immediately I I shall start again Fountain Fox Bobbitt j Attend the Lilliputian Wedding at the Christian church Lancaster Feb 22 fe LOST A gold watch fob seal with initials F S II Return to this olfce and re fi ceive reward tf Court Day Dnner j 7 Court Day dinner will be served my residence or water street from 11 r to 2 p m for Come around and j get a good dinner Lena Bright II fir silt time an r fi would be I if I I f ru ill g at I Miss bet otCie exthict Time desei wing not thus i a- in acts r SPRING WEDDING have linked Low Prices with High Quality come in and see what a Happy Union it makes Ottthio of FANCY SILKS is up todate in every particular You can find any Shade Pattern and Price that you wish Ask to see them we like to show our goods We are sole for AMERICAN LADY CORSETS E any style that you may wish is in our stock R See our new line of LADIES SHOES The latch string is out and theres nobody to tease you to buy at Try Goods I Ve I I m agents 1m I I ITHE Logan I jfifFr0 m IJor j e 400004CSQ440444440444444044404 i J 44044440444444044440444404404 40044440444444444400444444444 00000440444044404044444444404 CjOT Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods- at your own PRICES for the next THIRTY DAYS We must get them out of our house in order to make room for the im mence Terms Cash H T Logan i v ilIIIIf lili III 6lothlng9IIII OOOOOOOOO MOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO III II IIIII III I I SPRING STOCK I I II It 0 f1 Ulili JitdIr Iii H AJW v W MIf It oJ I sIi IX 1 Clover Timothy Blue Grass Grass IMillet Cane Corn and Hemp Seed o aresNorthern recleaned and clipped oats just rEceived I roM I in Barrels and 100 pound sacks IPrompt Your orders appreciated BANKS HUDSON I wrnWnJfUWwtNI J1Jfl1aiM Orchard adCarlo The best Feed Etc Ballards Flour service I CENTRAL RECORD Jsslued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Mail Matter Member oT Kentucky Press Lancaster Ky February 23 1906 PAINT LICK This is a local option town Mr Eli Estridge is quite ill of pneu moniaWalter Ilammackjvisited Richmond SundayMr E Williams left Tnursday for Los Angeles Cal Chenault Duncan of Richmond was in our town Sunday Jas Dunn of Lancaster has moved his family to this place Dr Carman is from a car buncle on the back of his neck A B Estridge has returned from the city with a beautiful line of Sprint goodsMrs Tommie Thompson died on the loth and was hurried at Paint Lick cemetery MrRicharcls of Ripley 0 E C Williams place as overseer In the warehouseA Kirk will lecture at the hall here on Monday night the 2Gth admission 15c 25c and 35c Misses Callie and Sallie Adams and brother Charlie were the guests of Undertaker Association- and suITe ing has taken J Beazley Second Cta88 r s A Arterial 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 Mrs Pattie Engleman Sunday Mr Will Jones and Mrs Fannie Gar rard are in Jessamine attended a house party at Miss Nannie Lowerys Paint Lick lodge of Ojd Fellows entertained the Lancaster lodge last Thursday Mrs Casenburg prepared an elegant supper which was very much enjoyed by all who had the pleasure of being present The entertainment given by the Christian Endeavor was quite a realizing about 20 This socity has not been organized very long but is doing quite an effective work in the church ttKYANTSVILLE Mr Tom Dunn was in Lexington last weekMr Tom Dunn sold a horse to Mr A T Scott 8 107 Quite crowd from here attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Messrs Cleveland Rose and Jesse Perkins spent Sunday in T1 icholasviile Miss Bessie Baker of Versailles is the guest of Miss Francis Tomlinson Mrs Nannie Hensley and son of Cin cinnati are the guests of Mrs Cyrus Eason Miss Martha Trimble of Fankford has been visiting T Jenkins The Misses Aldridge of Stanfyrf are with their sister Mr Dr Durham Miss May me Lee Ballard returned home last week after a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs B F Patton was in the moun tians last week where he went to buy mulesMrs M E Fish of Crab Orchard is visiting her grand daughter Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leaven Misses Annie Kay Jenkins and Marine Ballard left Thursday for an extended visit to relatives in and Noblesville Indiana A McGrath Jr en tertained a cumber of their friends informally at a dance Tuevlay It was a most inj oble affair and every cne had a delightful time Mrs McGrath is one of our most ular young matrons Mr Joseph Haselden of Lancaster and Mr McDenald ville several days last week writing insuranceMr Jenkins had the misfortune to have a warehouse burned Sundav night it was quite a loss as it all their meat beside several pounds of hemp It was only great effort that the residence was not destroyed Mr and Mrs Jenkins wish to thank their many friends who fought the fire so heroically Miss Virginia King is expected home in a few days after a visit of several months to relatives in Virgin MT HEBRON Born to the wife of Jas Bratton a girl on the 17th Mr U B Vanderpool was in Lexing the last week on business Your correspondent has been on the sick list for several days Mrs Doc Dean of Jessamine is with success a a t Indianapolis Mr and Mrs R evening of Louis contained I thousand la s M rs Colby pi where e ere 1 A new car load of Wire Fence i Best Fence on the Market I Ask our prices ICollar Hames Straps Back I OR ANYTHING YOU NEED ON YOUR FARM IROMIN3 ELMORE C4444 4 Q4Q444444 4 4 44444 4 4 4Qv 4 on 4 Collars Pads Bands A 44444 44 44 4 itt rr SF f It Q 1Q 4 L her daughter Mrs llci mri Kojurts Miss May will begin teaching a select school Bryantsville Monday the 20th Airs Ruby Hendrickson of Marks bury spent last Friday with her Denuie Scott Miss Mamie Jennings of Pink Jes samine county spout last week with Miss Valona Duncan The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Roberts was hurried in Mt Hebron cemetery Sunday Mrs Alex Djan and son Iryin have been visiting her daughter Mrs Bruin Held of Jessamine county Miss May Scott has just returns from a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at Burgin and Wilmore Messrs Phil McMilllan and Lee Tompsun have sold their tobacco crop for six cents to be delivered the 23rd Mr Jeanie Vandcrpool the hustling marketer of your town was In our midst Monday paying top price fur produceMiss Vanderpoo1 of Lancastc and Miss Minnie Shenow of Todd vllle are the guest of Mrs Russell Van derpool Mr Dcnnic Scott and Mr Harvey Dean are making arrangements to erect a tower at the rear of the for mers new dwelling house so they may ascend each morning and make known their political sentiments to their neighbors by yelling for Jas I Hamil Sheep Speculation in sheep is at a low tide at present says the Breeders Gazette A year ago the wise ones were scouring the country securing options that proved very profitable during the sum mer Growers were not in a position to forecast with any degree of accuracy the future source of values and accept ed offers from speculators that looked attractive but subsequently proved to be below the value of the goods The speculator has no chance to make a under existing conditions in the opinion an extensive operator who last year cleaned up a small fortune He has just returned from the West without securing a hoot The specula tor had his inning in 1103 but if there is to be any profit in sheep this year the grower will get it And the same speculator believes that it is going to be a better year than last year for the grower A Fine Showing The Log Cabin has the following concerning one mans experi once with sheep Mr Dixie Mc Kinley of Poindexter claims that be has bro ken the price record in sheep in this county Last week he sold his flock of tine sheep at 10 per head Besides the lambs from these ewes ave aged 9 IS per head The wool 9 pounds to the head and he sold this wool at 20 cents per pound which 2 34 per head The ewes av eraged one and one halt lambs each or 9 72 per ewe Adding the price of the lambs and the wool the result is 1200 produced by each ewe Adding the selling price of each of the ewes each and the total returns from each ewe was 2200 Frightfully Burned ChasW More a machinist of Ford en an furnace He ap plied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds i and 25 R E MjRjbjrts Druggist 1m Resolutions of Respect Franklin Lodge 7 I F apydeath of our brother E D Bishop the following Resolved that in the death of our brother E D Bishop this Lodge has lost a faithful and devoted member the community a good citizen and his family a faithful kind and indulgent brother Brother Bishop was one of our most popular men and on account of his kindness of heart was beloved by all who knew him and on account of hi unswerving honesty and integrity was beloved by the entire community and one of the few men of whom itcan be truthfully said when he has cross ed that dark and turbulent river Well done thou good and faithful servant m that a copy of these resole lions be spread on the record book of 5 our lodge and a copy sent to the fam- j tip and published in the Central Rec ord F M Tinder J B Collier R H Tomlinson com a special arrangement with the publishers we enable to send The CINCINNATI DAILY POST AND The CENTRAL RECORD Both one Year for only VuuU This means must pay up all you owe to The and ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE This offer lasts few days only Send all orders to Tie Ceitral Reciri The Post Is printed at 2 oclock p M and gets to Lancaster same at826 the best bargain we have offered patrons e at lice ton a dollar o averaged averaged 10 burntS JrcH Ez n 00 submit Resolved t i Re Ofer By This ev t Scott mother Mrs Cynthi ana Pile iarfable you Record t iris our era Er To Advertisers Unless copy is brought to this office on MONDAY it will be impossible for us to change your ads that week This is a printing office rule we are forced to adhere to Please this and prepare your ads early Looks That Way I wonder what caused extinction of the dinosaur his hones round scattered all over North America Perhaps there were automobiles In those days Houston Post Nothing to Retract Dissatisfied Customer You sold this stone to me as a fancy opal Healer Well You expect to get a rent opal for 25 cents did you Chicago Tribune New Cont Not Needed Mrs Nurlch You ought to gel n dear Nurlch Nonsense I have moro clothes now thou I know what o do with Town Topics Nocturnal Does your now baby keep nights Hobby 1 should fay BO Its a reglnr night hawk why It came In thin night Houston Post Always In the Way that fellow Is all right In his way Crlmsonbeak YCH lint trouble Is he wont Keep out of my way YonUers Statesman Especially If They Arc Needed 1 see theyre otter the police again Well theyll probably pace to html a lot before they lied them Town Topics A Healing Gospel The J C Warren pastor of Baptist Church Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Itsa Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints ond complete physical I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me strung I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like three more Its made a new man of me remedy for weakness and all Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at McRoberts Price 50c 1m Random Thoughts Have quick ears and slow tongues Thought is the seed corn of destiny Life is the only teacher of experienc Beauty is the ring but loyalty gem A big heart is better tnan a large purse Anger speaks with the tongue but love with the eye The thinner your reading the your ignorance Hope is the oil that calms the seas of sorrow Too many street talkers take for inspiration Hardship is a tough nurse but she raises sturdy children Dont expect too much and you wont get disappointed You can teach a man almost but common sense Any fool can talk but it takes wise men to hold their tongues A selfish man is like a ball of twine all wrapped up in himself Its not good business to monkey business thats nobodys business NOTICE To Kentucky Female Orphan School Graduates All graduates of the above named school are requested to send name and address to Principal K F O S Ky that each may receive an to a house party to be given the Alumnae in May Send name whether or not circumsances favor attendance ELLA JOHNSON Prin K F Q R Real Estate BargainsF- OR SALE BY W T EWING Real Estate Agency HARRODSBURG KT 240 ACRES well impvd near pike Mercer Co at 40 ex for smaller farm 46 Acres onpike near Salvlsa dwelling orch ard new barn 3100 207 Acres fine hemp tobacco land close to Bur gin with 80 acres wheat 217 Acres good inpvd wheat farm near 195 Acres tobacco and wheat farm near pike 5500 120 Acres on Lexington pike 5 ml bemp land at 100 Acres on good road near pike well impvd 3700 18 Acres poultry farm near Burgin 1600 57 Acres well impvd land near Bnrgin Good j 13750 75 Acres good land for crop 3 ml Hbnrg on good road at 50 167 Acres fine land near Salvlsa in gran 10 years Impvd at o5 150 mile Bnrgin Crows hemp tobacco etc well impvd at 45 120 Acre good impvd land near pike and Shaker 150 Acres excellent land Grant Co Ky well Impvd grows fine tobacco t 22 an acre Owner in other business HoMloperahouse all with fine and on same lot Male at of growing rail for a and many other property NOTE I have buyers for a number of good GAKRARD Co farms I charge I Mil Writ my REAL ESTATK serif I o2 Q 2 I remember o II III lIt YeastOh Rev Sharon collapse Greatest Stomach Drug Store thicker troubled respiration anything Midway Invitation 70 75 Ex AcrosS town OO Il i J 0 I o oaooroao C OO00000 0009000m the tilt 7 coat of nrms awn The mile Boat 1 Irb say afore tr say even tarsi nocoesiisa ail for ko rgio erg ode oa Kentuckys Imlntorost In migration i Senator James B now the Senate of the United States to regulate Immigration IIIIHU special InlcrcKt fur Ktnliicky notonly because It IH tins solution dlTorcd by one of the StatiiKSvitittdiH to u rt tlon of linnortancc lust Imciiimit lien II keno llllOMst- in Tti ninjHhd by Senator McOrtnry liHirittfifft lli Hi rout IncrtiiMcii Mi fitulHtUM by wlil l grant limy itociim truin need of fife l cit tr lun of and Inilimtnil itidtvrtt iiiut pioUc gratitH of tin iindtmlfHljIo kind Tliu of MICIW Uifiiutt M iitlor McUreiiry projKiBiH lodo l y hiCMiMiiir lollarn by ndilliiK to ll M f uxoliHl ed iiiiiiiltfniMtti soul liy Incrwrnln tin elllclmioy of the liiHp ctl in Bttrvlco enforcing MilKuXdiiHlon other rl IH to bo proinottil l y HtiMiorlln and dl rbctlni tho JotiinlHilorior Jonnral of with elicit ItniiifKniotHMitfoii a bureau which hliiill furolhli InfoririiiMifi tslo the rcsiiir jir diiJ oiuoufictiirjK ell mat o mill of land of Slut c and Territory tins rout of travel thereto and Uicwmtof triiiHpor Uitlon the opporuinltkK fur employ inent In carte State and Territory in the vurloiiH Hkllled arid uoKklllcd occu mtloriH Ibttullivr with the rates of waueH ami the cost of living To the Htiine end and this IH of special Inter eat In view of pending legislation In Kentucky Senator McCrearys bill provides t hat when any State desires to maintain an audit at any immigrant staiion of the United States the Cum inissiuuer General of Imminration shall provide such agent with suitable quar ters permit him to have access to all immigrants and give him aid so far as possibleIt important that the United States should adopt stringent es for the exclusion of undesirable im migrants in view of the accumulated evidence showing that an organized effort is being made to unload a vastly greater number than usual of such im migrants in this country It is likewise especially important to Kentucky that this State should not passively take its chances without effort to protect or to help itself when other States are pre viding ofn ial representatives at im migrant ports If Kentucky does it will not only allow all desirable immigrants such as are needed in our factories to be diverted have the enterprise to go after them but it will be likely to receive more than it wants of the undesirable class there is some reason to apprehend an organized effort to send these unde sirable people to the South while thee thrifty Germans Scandinavians and Irish The immigration question is an one and a practical one A step toward putting Kentucky in position to derive some ad vantage from the pro visions of Senator McCrearys bill is proposed in the bill that has been at Frankfurt by Senator Newman This bill provides for a com mission which shall among other things look after the immigration in terests of the State It does not go as far as some would like to have it go but it goes in the right direction and would put Kentucky in a better posi tion both for securing that influx of thrifty population for which there is such a demand in many parts of the State and for Imposing some check upon the kind of immigration that the State does not want It provides also for supplying needed information ton investors and home seekers from other StatesThe interest manifested in the of immigration at the State De velopmeni Convention held in in October 1905 leaves no doubt of the importance attached to this matter in Kentucky The convention to was composed of 588 dele gates from outside the City of Louis ville met to consider matters of con cern to the State This Convention asked of the Legislature the of some measure establisheing a State Bureau of Immigration and Iu formation The bill introduced by Senator Newman would in effect sup ply such a bureau in an economical and practical way Growls of a Dyspeptic- A woman who isnt curious is a curi osityThe woman who buys things has but little time for shopping A woman never likes her husband to be chummy with a bachelor- If love were really blind age would have fewer terrors for the fair sex It is impossible for any woman to look as young as she thinks she looks An ounce of flattery Roes farther with a woman than a pound of A woman isnt necessarily up to date just because herhusband is the latest thing out Some to think ita duty to talk scandal because it pleases her friendsLots of married club mem bers because they dislike the idea of spending their evenings at home alone The Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system from disease the most effective remedy is Dr Kings tfew Life t cure all diseases due to malaria poison constipation 25c at Me Drug Store 1m McCtnryH In haH of shown subject strlcllun IlpUrr SlstttH with ruVrcHrnUitlvcH grant Uro prsNr1nt brio Uw elllllllty wlmfiVlif IIIIIY nifty stg lNr the tux on fur Ill I 1 tie tel tnt asur noth- Ing toStates that since Vest andN orthwest get the pick of the important introduced subject Louisville retorted enactment sympathy women seem I f Luc eli bill peudisrg ky bite flit art Hqutu 11U1llkftilll III lnnnl purist Lint nutHSUf InnnltrnnlH Hurt lent thentsulvcH Inennurnhly boost ti rat IuuulgrnnlHfrutn two nllYlr the nuulgrsttiuotunuuntnlnlurnrnuctlnu cit men are Yellow a germs Pills Guaranteed and Roberts Only few More Days of the AT Sweeneys Old Stand The goods are moving rap idly and you should call at once Watch for our of arrival of the im mense stock of New Spring GOODS H PattersonProprietor I THE WORKING MANS FRIEND tfif t wrm gen INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store 71 OOOOOOOO O0 OOOOO OO OO fS Af i 4CIo a BIG LE I fRONT I 1 I J I ii II rIYroY OOC I i I I I I ty THE BLUE announcement 1IIYY 1YOVWGOO 4r t 0 SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky I SCINCINNATI 1 1800 list E C v ar t en1 ruse ARKS TIX CIiSt INSIWNr BOfif5 Wm Herndon G B Sivlnebr- oadKerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law KentuckyOffice 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 and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Kentucky Gaines Hotel That Smooth Finish 1 I J represented r Lancaster So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work LaundryIf M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Sf J SELL GENUINE Oliver Vulcn ann Syrcuse I p o POINTt I D 1t buy imitations if yon want good results Best of plows ever offered to the trade MOUNT ELKINI agents for American 1 WE i line tcl Sole Fence r F Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Mr J M Farra was in Louisville and Lexington this week Mrs II Patterson has been visiting her parents In Danville Capt W J Kinnaird and family of Middlesboro are visiting here Miss Burnett of Shelby vilie is visit big her brother Dr W Burnett Mr and Mrs Guynn of Paint Lick FREE B eg n n i n 1 st with every present you with of the following free i Oxidized Hall Rack Price 3 50 i Rubber Tire Baby Go Cart Price 350 i Reed Rocker Price 350 No matter how small the you get the present on the 20th sale Hamilton Successors Beazley 4 Co were guests of Mrs Victor Lear Mr R L Elkin was in Louisville this week to see Sarah Bernhart Mr Ed Collier has gone lo Memphis where he has accepted a position Miss Einbeth Grimes is in Stan ford the guest of Miss Mary Phillips Mr Jacob Joseph was in the cities purchasing spring and summer goods Dr S P Grant and wife rif Dinville have been visiting Mrs HarriettPrice Mr Sam Haselden was in Louisville several days this week on business Mrs Ada Kinnarid is in Cincinnati purchasing goods for her millinery store Miss Mary Collette spent a few days with Miss Irene Romans the past week Mrs R II Batson have gone to New York for new spring and summer goods Misses Callie Sallie and Charlie Adams were visitors in Paint Lick Sunday Burgin cor Harrodsburg Herald Mr John Curd and daughter have gone to Lancaster to visit her parents Mr r 20th Sale I e Ve I I I i I I to I lIrand t i 1 t 1 J March t i either purchase min a JA i I i 1 b and Mrs Bradshaw Miss Edna Hallow of Richmond is visiting Misses Tommie and Lucy FrancisMiss Henry left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs Charles Richardson of LexingtonMr of Nicholas yule are the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West John Johnson has been visiting Jhis sisters Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Nell Johnston Mrs II V Bastin has returned home from a visit to friends in Lexington and Nicholasvilie Margaret Tomlinson has return ed from a very pleasant visit to rela tires in Lexington Mr II Patterson was in Cincinnati for several days buying additional goods for the Blue Front Messrs W G Kemper and Ernest Woods of Paint Lick were in Lancas ter this week on business Mrs II J Tinsley and Miss Ina Lee Bourne have been visiting Mrs W K Warner of Stanford A very handsome picture of Master Charles Mason Bourne appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Misses Browning Yeiser of and Jennie Parks of Richmond are visiting Miss Annie Francis Mr and Mrs William Anderson of Paint Lick have been visiting Mrs Ann Robinson Danville avenue Miss Anna Kay Jenkins of Bryants ville leaves this week for Indianapolis where she will remain some time Miss Louclla Arnold has returned home after several weeks visit with friends and relatives in Paint Lick Mr J R Harris and wife who have been visiting his parents Mr and Mis E W Harris have returned to Turners ville Mrs W J Romans and little daugh ter Carrie Bailey have returned from a visit to Mrs W A Carson of Stan ford Louisville TimesMiss Nell Duncan Boswell is spending the month of February with Miss Helen Miles near LancasterMrs who has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs William Anderson has returned to her home in FiemingsburgMiss Broaddus will leave the latter part of this week for Louisville and Indianapolis Ind where she will purchase an up line of Spring MillineryMr D Walker and Miss Florence Harris were married at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis Tenn yesterday afternoon As both bride and groom were born and reared in Lancaster they have a legion of warm friends and admirers here who while not surprised at the culmination of the long courtship were taken a little by surprise at the novel place for the wedding Mr Walker manages a large plantation at Deeson and his time is so occupied that it was impossible for him to leave for more than a day So the couple planned to meet at Memphis She left Tuesday and was accompanied by the grooms C F Denman I Danville I Mississippi Miss t date is the time for CANNED GOODS and of course you want the BEST so call phone 20 and they will be delivered immediately Yours for business L G DAVIDSON Wi rgjJlj 1ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooI I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO taoooooopoeooooe m m Im m I I 1 t l l X Xl azo o ooo ooooo oo roeoeo 0 j I d 7 rr I J brother 0 D Walker and Mr and Mrs W H Harris of Paris Immedi ately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Walker left for their home at Deeson the returning home The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs E W Harris anais a young of many lovely traits cf character while Mr Walker who is the on of Mr and Mrs J J Walker is one of the most sociable industrious and young gentlemen Lancaster has ever produced The Record joins many Lancaster fi lends in Nominates Woods Editor Gruff of the Nicbolasville News is waging war on the saloons and making a telling tight for local option in his town In a letter of a Lancaster man also makes a mighty good nomination for Congress Heres the letter Lancaster Ky Feb 7 1906 D O Gruff Editor Jessamine News Nicholasvillc Ky My Daar Sir Allow one who has read with deep interest recent editorials to congratulate you on the bold stand you have taken for good citizenship pure politics and local op tion What a pity it is that so few of the molders of public opinion are men enough to speak out on these vi tal questions 1 have read with pleasureabout the way Mayor Woods enforces the law in Richmond Of such are statesmen made What a difference between pol itics and statesmanship Why would he not be the man for Congress next time I nominate Hon Clarence 10 Woods of Richmond to represent the people of the Eighth District in Con gress With best wishes I beg to be Very Truly Yours Henley V Bastin A Valuable Suggeston A valuable suggestion is offered by the Mobcrly Democrat and which ought to receive consideration at the hands of newspaper readers generally It suggeststo its readers that they carefully study the advertisements in its columns before making purchases The wise housekeeper of to day watches the papers closely and when she sees bargains offered takes the and goes after them This rule has become so much in vogue that adver misers now recognize that they must be absolutely truthful in the prices and goods they advertise It is the proper way for the buyer and seller to get together and therefore we are confident you will find it to your inter est to pursue this method In buying LOWELL Mr Ed forte of Winchester is with the home folks now Mrs Mary Dunn is visiting at her son Mr Jesse Dunn Mrs Ancil Parks who has been visit ing her parents far the past two weekshas returned to her home in licoMrs Belle Henderson has gone to Broadhead to spend a few weeks with her daughter Mrs Ed Newland Mrs Walter Smith has returned to Jellico after spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse ParksMr Sam Henderson and Arthur Scott shipped their tobacco last week While returning from Paint Lick with their wagons Arthur Scotts team of mules ran away on Lowell hill throw ing him from the wagon and hurting him very badly BEUNA VISTA Born to the wife of Joe Hamilton on the 18th a son Bradley Cunningham of Louisville was in our midst last week Miss Bess Bolton leaves for Lexing ton Friday where she will be the f her aunt Mrs D B Jones Miss Mary Skinner has closed her school at Pleasant Grove She will begin another term the first of Marcb W P Rubles and wife have been spending a few days with their daugh ter Mrs James Munday near Harrods burg Quite a number from this vicinity were summoned to Harrodsburg to act as jurymen on the Stotts murder case Mr and Mrs J B Ruble were in Cin cinnati last week visiting their son Victor The latter accompanied his parents home Mrs J B Robinson entertained at dinner last Wednesday Miss Bessie Biker of VersaUls Miss Tomlison and Mrs Burgess of Bryantsville Mrs Burnsideconducted the Ladies monthly prayermeeting at Mt Olivet last Saturday It was an interesting meeting with our new members News was received here last week of the death of Mrs James McMurtry of Nicholasvilie For many years Mrs McMurtry lived near here She is well known in this vicinity Mrs W T King and son attended the burial in Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the luckiest man In Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds great est Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption which I 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 refunded At R McRoberts druggist 50c 1100 Trial bottle free lm j woman promising uur J el Monday know money Hand relatives well wishts congratulation men paper 5 guests Lexington the medicine E UAKKIIIKY Miss Jennie Pollard is ill with grip Dr Elliot spent several last week at Frankfort Mr Tom Dan of Gethsemuue was visiting home folks last week Rufus Moss of Nicholasvilie bought a cow from Mr Crank for 40 00 M rs VIck Rice of McCreary Wednesday with the home folks Urton son of Mr and Mrs is very ill in the hospital LexingtonMrs of Jessamine is the guest of Mrs Charlie DeanatCamp Dick Robinson Rev Homer Carpenter pastor of Grove Church was entertained Sunday by Georgia Dunn Miss M has been unab e to leave her room for the past two weeks on account of a severe cold Mesdames Sallie B Welch Fannie Bryant and John Bryant were the guests of Mrs John Ballard Tuesday of last week Misses Hanna and Pearl Aldridge of Stanford will be the attractive visitors of the Misses Herring the latter part of this week Miss Mattic Hughes who is attend log school at Caldwell College spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs N H Bogie There will be preachinz at the Fork Church next Sunday mording at 11 oclock by a student from the Seminary at Louisville W C Greening is over from Lexing ton looking after the interest of his farm and getting things in readiness to burn a brickkiln Mrs Betts while on a visit to Jim Greens and family was taken suddenly ill The doctor was called in but it proved not to be very serious The deputy sheriff of Mercer county was here last week and summoned the following men of our town to appear at Harrodsburg court Monday Messrs T I Herring D S Swope Jno Simpson M F Rout Jno Woods and Chas Burdette Rev Homer Carpenter preached at the Grove Church last Sunday morn ing to a large audience The Sunday school which has not been in session tor sometime has been reorganized and is thriving splendidley under the direc tions of the present pastor Business Items All parties knowing themselves in debted to me will please call and 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 Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just receiver uy tf Hudson Dogongood Brand We have a large line ot the celebrat ed Durongood Brand of Hosiery the best made 2t Powell Co Silver Wyandotts Eggs from picked and mated pens of Pure Bred Silver Wyandutts 1 00 per sitting G B Swinebrord tf Lancaster Ky If you want to see tall hustling just ring up 181 and see how quickly we can deliver your order for anything in the grocery line Curry Herndon tt Dont fail to come to our Tailoring Opening February 28th and March 1st at which time you csn have your meas u t r e t by an expe ienced Tailor and Cutter Hetnphill West 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 Dauvilie opposite Christian church up stairs To Poultry Raisers I will have on the street in county Court day Feb 2Hh some line Lanshan roosters for sale tIts W P White Fairview poultry farm Preachersville Ky Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order to get it we propose to give you more for your produce than any one else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Herndon List At Once Now is the time to list your property for this year We are preparing our new catalogue for the year We have special facilities for finding you a buy er for your property and have on hand both City and farm property for sale at all times Hughes Swiuebroad Real Estate A gts Recption Febuary 24th At our store on this date we will serve to the Public Blankes c elebrat ed Coffee and Cocoa Also Mr Hutsell representing the National Biscuit Co will large display of their goods All the ladies are cordially invited to attend Currey Herndon 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 guarantee satisfaction Send us your clothes for cleaning and Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 119 W C Davis Son We will be in our New store In a few days and we especially invite our friends and the public generally to come to see us and we we can show you one of the Cosiest and up to date Merchant and Gents Furnishing establishments in this part of the State has been ordering from larger Cities so please come and see us before send frig your order away from home and it will be a great pleasure for us to show you what we have whether you buy or not Remember the place former Office of JCHemphillBeept West r r sprint MrJohn county E Jon Royston settle Banks C D makes we 2 Mch justthe J1U days M arksbury bi C Ss Lancaster C do My dwelling on Danville street New and has all modern con venicncks Possession given immediately Jas H Dunn tf We want your sacked sausage Highest pricet paid Currey Hern don tf About ten or twentylive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year Ap ply to this olllce tf Corn Crushedv Bring in your corn mind get it crush ed for feed Bunks Hudson 1 will be at my otlice o n Friday and Saturday of each week and county court day tf Mitte A Dunn Supt Highest market price paid for coun try produce Currey Herndon 2t We want your country produce and pay the highest market price Come and see us Currey Herndon Toilet Article of evtSry discription atFrisbies rSee Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Coal Your orders for coal will have Bring your out ter and eggs to us Currey Herndon 2t The leading iloristis represented by Ed C Gaines Slower furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 tf The fliie c line of Perfume ever Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksburv and Hudson ware house Call phone 10 or 2j R M West Co We always pay the highest market price for butter and Newest and latest styles in Box Pa per Tablets and envelops Frisbees Drug Store 7 Frisbies Drug Store We have a beautiful lint of samples of engraved wedding invitations call lug cards etc Come see em Very latest styles The Record otlice tf Currey Herndon will give a recep tion at their store on Feb 24th Dout miss ie Seethe handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow Ss Mclloberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Our Merchant Tailoring samples are all in and we will glad to show you what we can snake you i Clo lies ranging in pric to S300U a Suit tent as our Furnishin Goods will be here days ve earnestly request come and see have before you buy HempLill West Dont forget the Reception at Currey Herndons store For chapped hands face or lips us Frisbies Almond It nU pos itively cure them 15 tsT tf Store There will be a at Currey Herndons store Feb 24th Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses uera niuins chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Wanted Country Hams We pay highest market price for all country produce Currey Herndon tf Handsomest line of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just o pened at Morrow McRobeats tf Mules For Sale Farmers wanting to buy work mules will make money by calling at my sale stable I have about good ones to select from tf W B Burton New Millinery Store I have rented the room on Rich mond street formerly ocupied by Mhs Lillie Noel and will open an date stock of Millinery early in the spring will expert trimmer Mrs Kannaird Take your Drugstore he but the very finest drags chemicals ob tamable 2 2 tf G R Hawkins who travels for the largest Merchant TailoringHrm of L E Hays Co of Cincinnati was with us last week at he took the measure of customers and also quite a lot of ones butas a few were not able to in and see him while he we have made arrangements to ftavar another experl enced Cutter with February March 1st time we will be glad to see all those who failed to have their taken by Mr Haw gins the dates February 28th and Marchlst Hemphill West Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make office your office where 1 will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and an make prices on coal and cheap both in in 5 miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car load lots Will trade any thing I have for corn arid hay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A 815tf Bells Flowers Go everywhere del ivred with telephone and express perpald when ordered Ed Gaines agt phone No 100 tf Avoid Disappointment place your or with Ed C Gaines representing the lealIng mist or night Tel tt For Rent Wanted tf Dr appreciatedIf DrugStore e Currey Herndon 2t PuttyVarnish I e a Suit ot from few you o what we 34 h Cream Pric Frisbie g rece lion 50 upto have an pre riptlonjto rises nd w lick ne our elul r n w me s 281 hand W rich ere a surprtsingl yar anywhere fln ephone 100 C every wi C ore i 1300 u C Feu C C Ada Frisbees finK S5 was ber me r s Remem w saved fib r g 9 Tin Shop Wcjnvite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering and all kind of Repairing 2Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing 33 low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited 2 Conn Bros Our line of Druggist Sundries is complete in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and Talcum powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRiSBIES DRUG STORE Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Stones Drug y Paint Store March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 nnrnfnnnr Urnrnrmmmmmmrnmnrmmmr I Roofing I iU dlU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U nU UU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU I I 1 I G rfJIi1JfJ iiiIfJ1 fJ LIt01 fiJf rnJf3 1J f3 jn i f Iv I e I y Sdes a ta- I I 1 4 a p D r FREE ys ra Letter to Record Readers R E McRoberts Guarantee Hyomei to Cure Catarrh or its Costs Nothing Editor of the Record In view of the prevalence of ca tarrhal trouoles at this season of the year I want to tell your readers that I have never sold anything that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent 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 Hyo mei for it is made and sold on honor and I du not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Hyomel It is a local treatment for a local and its soothing healing medl cation direct to the spot where it is neededThe Hyomei outfit con sists of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents I positively guarantee a cure when Hyomel Is used in accordance with directions or I will refund your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues of Hyomei Yours very truly Ji RE McRoberts disease goes 1 I thoroughly The Markets LOUISVILLE Ky FEB 21 4 p H CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 50 b 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 25 4 50 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 35 Medium to good butchers S 00 3 50 Common to medium butchers 2 50 3 00 Good to choice feeders 3 50 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 50 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 3 00 350 Common to medium stock steers 2 25 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 00 t 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 50 Choice veal calves 700 Common to medium calves 3 50 5 00 Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs Medium packers 160 to 5 80 Choice light ship 120 to ICO lbs 5 55 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 5 30 Roughs 150 to 500 lbs 5 00 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 50 4 00 Fair to good 2 75 300 Common to medium 2 00 2 M Bucks 1 50 2 50 Extra shipping lambs 7 00 Best butcher g 00 Common 4 xxa 4 50 for this county and adjoining territory Sal any 20 and expense money advanced Work position permanent No investment or experience re Write at once for full andenclose envelopeCOOPER 132 Luke St Chicago III FODETSKIBNEYCDFE G HOGS 580 lbs Good pIgs 50 to 9Oibs 530 lamb order o Apr13 a SO 201 tail endlamb miters are Iai1e LKAVKIL President J J VATKKU Vie Prest ORGANIZED 883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANKS Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsoooe SURPLUS Jio6 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WAMCEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKIOItATKU Statmt condition Dec 30 lafti KKSOIJKCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due BankiiiK House and Lot Mortgages Uish Furniture and Fixtures LIAKIMTKS Capital Stock CAPITAL l6oooooT- l WV 00 T tt SURPLUS 5333341110iS 7U 0 2 00 DinTOTTORS 1000 00 51 COY K L ARNOLD KGGUYN JS BUKUOWS lfiOOOCO I J WOODS EL WOODS iUKflt0 WCFISIIin n a J Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The National BankO- F LANCASTER KY SUUPM7S 1OOUO JOHN B STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS IX Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jmi E Stortnes W IT Kinnaird i THE BUSY MANS LINE BKTWKKX 1 Louisville Evansville St I Louis and Southwest I IS VIA LouisviHe encSerson i Henderson ROute Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays February and March 190G Special Tourist Rites to Colorado Texas Mexico and STew Mexico on sale daily until April Limit to return May 31 06 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on si litand third Tuesdays of February and March 190- 0Secondclasscolonist rates to California and Northwest tickets on sale daily February 15th to April 7th 1JOO ASK US FOR RATES J H GALLAGHER Trav Pass A t IRWIN Gen Pass PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the hest grades of Oats Corn Barley and Linseed Meal propery balanced anti ground For horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed I lAICrltl Y e i I t t b i I Ii I I from IJIloks OIl Iiit1 JndulduIlIDqoslts 111 L ruoCo 1L of Ij It V 1 r5 1 M StLouis Railway I O L J Agt IIi I S DIREYIU itS U 7jS Lt B 14g3 I l iiqj p deu 1 4U T Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Grains SeedsFertilizers Opinionsof users given If interestedwrite for prices Potatoes Poultry Supplies Onion Sets its Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire It C S BRENTIncorporated edsman LEXINGTON KY Stock of General Merchandise in Brantsville Kentucky This is the best stand to goods in Kentucky My store is new clean and date I will sell stock of goods and the store house can be rented or leased for a term of years or it can be bought at a bargain This stock of goods is in the store house owned by Pet tus Bros and is the bast business house in Garrard Coun ty 1 am doing a business of 1500 per month For full particulars call on or address 2ATSCOTT Bryantsville Kentucky c QooQooooo xoocOcOO I OO- CXPcr SaIe I I ellI I up to IX IX tX I 1 j I I x i A FAMILY SAFEGUARDtl J r Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Bo schee to her famous Uncles Great Throat and Lung Cure family is a reliable household medicine that will cure coughs colds chilly sensations running nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases a is Koscliecs German Syrup which record cf 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh all lung and bronchial troubles JThe fame of German Syrup as a cure since it purchase by Dr Green the niece of the famous Dr has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere 10 JTwo sizes 25C and 750 All for mule br It I II 1 fcHLLIONS FOR THE MIKADO Japans Emperor Scceives from the People as Salary Each Year an t Enormous Sum The emperors yearly expense of liv ing is limited For this purpose ho draws 3000000 from the national His personal wealth is not be spent on his own living so that ioOOUO is leally his yearly salary as of the country writes lios mer Vhitlielil in Success Magazine He has got to pay out of it some 1000 employes The ladyinwaiting is said to be paid 150 monthly 1 have no doubt that even a washing girl is paid about 70 Japan is a country where a laboring mans wages are not more than 50 cents The chief cook of the imperial palace is paid 200 a month The emperors daily fare is Japa nese Ho is perfectly satisfied for breakfast as a comomn Japanese is with a bowl of bean soup and a fov similar dishes But his dinner usually appears in splendid style in some 20 courses although he always denounces it as a useless extravagance When any official least is cherry bltyssomviewing party at the Kioshi lawa botanical garden or the chrys anthemum party at the Akasaka for instance he will slot spare any expense in preparing an elegant European banquet The empress is the manager on such an occasion She is a noted economist She always gives a hint to her court ladies and the wives of the ministers how to arrange their dresses and how to save expense She is as an exemplar of loveliness and womanly sweetness There never was a woman truer to the old teachings in respect to womanly disposition and demeanor SHORTAGE IN PEANUT CROP African Product Reshipped from i to the United States in Large Quantities The peanut has always been so entirely an American that it will perhaps occasion much surprise to many persons to lOans that 25000 worth of them were imported into the i nited States last year A report from Consul General Hennis at Marseilles says that for the first time African peanuts ar achides have been received at anti have been reexported to the United States The value of these cx ports during the fiscal year 1004 was 525005 shelled stilts 17411 suits in the shell 7G5L As souse sample lots of American peanuts had beets received in Marseilles the year before this turn ing of the tables may occasion sur prise It appears however that the exports of the nuts from Europe to the United States were in consequence of an unusual shortage in the American crop and consequent advance in price A repetition of this shortage in the United States is unlikely although home buyers will now have to the foreign market in their prices The Afican nuts are in ferior to the American for comesti ble purposes although richer in oil The Virginia peanut undoubtedly the finest in the world in quality but yields so poorly in oil as to render improbable the creation of an oilcrushing industry unless steps are taken to secure a new variety the advantages of the standard American nut with the percentage of oil in the foreign nut HOW A CANAL IS MADE Hydraulic Monitors Are Principal Machinery in Constructing Modern Waterways How a canal is made is illustrated in the excavation near Seattle of a canal two miles long 33 feet deep at low water and CO feet wide at the bottom which is to connect tidewater with a fresh water lake near Seattle The work is being done by hydraulic monitors the supply for which comes from a reservoir The available head is 200 feet and the quan tity used is between 8000000 and 12000 000 gallons per 24 hours The conduit consists in part of wooden stove pipe IS inches and 30 inches in diameter With a sixinch nozzle an average daily exca vation of 3000 cubic yards is attained The material is a glacial deposit sand gravel boulders and sec eral varieties of clay some of which have required shaping up by light blasting be fore the water would penetrate The excavated material is being used to reclaim a tract pf land now submerged at high tide being conveyed to the site in part flume carried on trestles This flume is lined with wooden blocks ten inches to twelvejnches thick set on end and laid close jointed A gradient of one to Is found to suffice chok ing being liable to occur with easy sinncs Where the flume ends a pipe j i i II II I hal best ecs an has a an Dos hee Ito 1 i 1 heldthe palace regarded I regarded 9 considerI is American combining I I I containing them I bya more I I I tIi Il U consumptive t daily Marseilles product Marseilles I thirty eight s 4 line has rrn nrrpioycu ilio penstock at the upper end of which is lined with woOd in the same way as the flume In order to take the wear The length of this pipe line is 2200 feet Two Sides of Face Unlike The two sides of a persons face are never alike The eyes are out of line in two cases out of five and one eye is stronger than the other in seven persons put of ten The right ear is also as a rule higher than the left Only one per son in 15 has perfect eyes the largest percentage of defects prevailing among fairhaired people The smallest inter val of sound can be distinguished better with one ear than with both The nails of two fingers never grow with the same rapidity that of the middle finger grow ing the fastest while that of the thumti grows slowest In 51 cases out of IOU the left leg is shorter than the right The bones of an average human male skeleton weigh 20 pounds those of a woman are six pounds lighter MOUNTAINS ARE MOVED Kiver Heine Cnrle Oil for HuiltliiiB 1urpoMm Vast patches of yellow beginning high up on the mountain side and running to tic shores of the river mark the spots where vandals arefast destroying one of the most beautiful and justly celebrated of all the great foothills of the Catskills that rise abruptly for hundreds of feet from the Hudson river Since llomlrik Hudson first saw and sailed up the river that bears his name all the world has seen or heard of its picturesque shores which today are being destroyed and carried away to contribute to the building of New York the wonder city of the world says a Gotham paper Some few years ago spasmodic out cries arose from the throats of many New Yorkers who loved the picturesque and who saw the destruction of the Palisades going on as they took their Sunday walks on the Riverside drive They could see what their neighbors of New Jersey could or would not see that the far famed Palisades were surely being blasted away and a trip up the river would be robbed of its chief attraction a walk on the Riverside drive be marred and to future generations the Palisades would be a tradition if this was not stopped The esthetic and patriotic New York er wanted the stone for his streets but he wanted his view more so that after many years final action was taken and legislation secured that stopped the de struction of the Palisades of New Rut stone must be had and the west shore of the Hudson lay temptingly near Therefore the trap rod concerns moved their huge plants around the corner of the Jersey state line and up their devouring monsters half way up the side of the Hook mountain at Upper Nyack The largest of t he three ravenous mon sters that are rating away Hook mountain is a pavement company of Ncw York whose crushers devour nbouf 50000 pubic feet of earls hay Four barge loads of fine trap rook are taken Tay every 24 hours from this plant aiotie Each barge holds 4COrt cubic yrr ls of stone when loathed and trimmed One hundred and fifty men do the actual work of getting out the stone though m y more are employed on barges tugs1 etc A ledge or platform Is blasted away from the fare of the mountain about half way up upon which is situated the engine house which contains big high speed engines that furnish the great power that operates the crushers conveyors screens automatic humps and hoisting machinery A mighty steam pump keeps two enormous tanks filled with water from the river hun dreds of feet below The stone is first blasted with dynamite away front the cliff the face of which is carefully gone over after each blast by a man lowered by a rope from the top who prods and pokes every crack and cranny into which he can get his pointed crowbar carefully prying away every particle of loose stone which crashes down to the main ledge away from where the men are working This care Is very as a piece of stone docs not have weight very much falling from so a height to kill a man Among the hundreds of whirring and slapping belts in the almost impenetrable blinding choking dust where tho workmen could not breathe without respirators the great crushing machines crack and grind from morn till night It is beyond the power of a clever mathematician to figure out just how long a time it will take for three big concerns each using 150000 cubic feet of stone a day to entirely wipe the Hook mountain off the map Perhaps it some obliging scholar were good enough to show approximately how soon that would occur the people of New York state as well as patriotic people elsewhere might be sufficiently interested to get legislation against the vandalism that is surely destroying the beauty of the river A boy was charged at a London po lice court the other day with blowing a whistle in such a way as to cause three policemen to come toward him The fact that such a thing is possible suggests the questions How do the police distinguish between a cab and a police whistle What is there to prevent anyone from blowing a whistle in such a way as to call a policeman A representative cf the Graphic who put these questions to a high official of the city police day Jearned that in the matter of tending to with his many other dutiesTthe policeman uses his discretion Any shrill whistle will n policeman but such a whlstlo blown at night outside a restaurant or any place where people congregate and cabe arc wanted would not brin policeman to the whistler Tho same whistle blown in precisely the same way in the middle of the city at mid day would bring a policeman on rcene at once Japanese Oyaiera Japan has some of the best pysters In the world One growing in the bays is rarely larger than a finger nail and Its flavor is dellcjpus It suggests the California oys pj ThP form averages the size of a Blue Point It Is cream colored it occurs abundantly throughout the Inland sea The third i j I Catskill Foothills the JlU1aOD i t I I use I stone I wo Ito fog of far faJ11ed Lotiuloit VIiittt1eit WhIS- tle I yestcr at whistlesas a tIN o Jonl I Ahonit Jersey set necessary attract n s form 1 immense specimens weipring four to Ue pouuus big Jreciutnt It rarely occurs in water less titan two fathoms deep and is most abundant in about ten fathoms The oyster region of Japan is the Inland sea and the culturists here worked out a tim scientific method of propagation This body of water is one of the most natural preserves of Ikh and shell fish in the world Reason of It Gebhart What so hard at work just oefore Christmas Carsone Thats just why My wife threatens to buy me some absurdly Christmas present so Im making a little extra working over time Chicago Daily ews It Care will kill a cat Huh Theres another ridiculous proverb Why Why Ive taken all manner of care but I cant kill our cat She always tonics back Philadelphia Press Never Close to Her Ivo always heard the maiden said That lp was miserly Rut must say lies never been very close to me Judge SHE HAD MONEY I producing Important expensive Nothingin S Miss Rich Am I the only girl iron ever loved Hard Jp Yes dearif you are the 3rst girl I could afford to love Phil idelphia Press Proficiency- i Have you learned to manage your iiitomohile Perfectly was hy serene response 1 have ruts over two people and ilidni lurt the machine a bit Washing ou Star The Proof Dolly had offered to sing at Ethels musicale I thought she hated Ethel Well that proves it doesnt it Puck Diplomatic Precsdent Father Vhnt wore you and young Hiigger talking about last night Daughter Really father I cant tell you the lid is on the cabinet N Y Sun The Weekly Courier Journal CENTRAL RECORD BOTH ONE YEAR for ONLY 15O Few people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all thing clean in all things it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the Week ly CourierJournal paper one year for the price Send your subscriptionfor the to the CourierJournal T SURESAFE SPEEDY Ite DISCOVERER lOjntt anistrtUt RHEUMATISM CURE g Sold to Druggists Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr New Discovery A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If itfalls Trial Bottles free NOTICE TO CREDITORS Garrard Circuit Court Elizabeth Halcombs Admr vs Sabra HollandAc Deft All parties having claims against the estate of Elizabeth Halcomb deceased will the same properly proven to the undersigned Master of the Garrard Circuit Court on before the 26 day of February 1906 This January 4 tb 1906 J M Bothwell Master Garrard Circuit Court erie WATTfRSONS PAPER Tlit andthis namedabove combinationto usnot Penns Columbus sal fmr willi KidIlfY LIVER 101 RHEUMAtmI waJ cured wilh one IJottis in J DAYS For Price oUQhIS und SIc II 08 OLD8 Commissioner or Coml loner FkNhY AND SSSo 0- I C I foNsMPTIOl Pit pi tariffs Sale By virtue of the tax dm me as Sheriff of Gar rnrd County for the year iHOTi owing by the dclliiqntMit tax payers of aali county I or one of my deputies will on Monday March 26 1906 between the hours of 9 A M and 1 p M It being the regular Starch term of the Garrurd Coun ty Court expose before the In the city of Lancaster the in Gu raid County Kentucky listed by said delinquents tax payer or so much here of as iiiay be necessary to tilT the unpaid tax of sold delinquents for the year Wi as set forth opposite their names The same includes penalty and cost of advertising AH the same is paid the names will disappear LANCASTER VI1ITK MSTIIICT XO Iloyle usury 1 town lot j 70 CuniULRlmm Mary 2 town lots u GO rbesIncretia o Huffman Marvin 14 acres t Huffman Su eS eros t or Jones J A I town lot 13 j Traylor Allen 1 town lot 11 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT XO 1 Anderson Rebecca town lot I liurnsidt s Mary I town lot 20 Blank Jane I town lot ir libel Anna 1 town tel n TO Jones Jim Jrl town lot JunnliiKs Geo Brtthet 1 acre 110- Leavell Gea V I tows lot 7- 1Leavell George 1 town lot ft 70- MlddletonItob 1 acre x oo- Middletim Ed 1 WH lot r Walter Callp 1 town lot r 7 Salter Heirs 1 town lot fo- Turpin Rile 1 town lot Sili Madison town lot 5 20 ij her Lucy 1 town lot i ir Allen Mrs William r lIens I iy Baker A acres Urown Mary C acres 20 Cheiitham Kl isha acres r M Hudson II GIO acres rJ 10 Lear J acres 17 jo- Mullins BG I town lot 1J 0 iollard John J acres r 20 1restoti Sirs Susie lei acres 10 Id- SacllerKlleu 10 acres 170- iherrow Miss Sullie 1 nero a JO Williams Auto HOWE 520- BRVANT5VILLE COLORED DISTRICT NO Cochran Frank t acres f 5 JO Cochran Henry I acres I 0 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre Onnu Tom 1 acre Dunn Sanders acres 4 Davis Rich I acre Dunn Stuck Jr 1 acre Duvi John I lift Dunn Commadoie acre I 15 Embry Collie i Gaines Chits Bro S acres i 00 Graves Mat 1 acre v Mortal 1 town Jot D 75 Kennedy Elms 1 town lot 2 fi forehead Sate 1 acre ISO riigar 1 acre 03 Smith Ben 1 acre C 0 15 acres U5 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTUICT NO 3- Kaker John 23 acres G 45 Kelly Torn 12 acres 0 y Locker J N 30 acres C 75 Liiyton J Hn5aures It 55 Murphy William 2 acres 4 towers Mary BlM acres S 40 Ray Mike5 aeres C 9 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