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CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 2 1906 f THE 6U41I Satisfaction Guaranteed Clover BBOS L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt ntteiitlon to business Dentist Office over store Danville st f I PL WSIA7 vt I I 8000 I i I I PlO I f I See 1 I N wl R I Law I Or u ri1 J G CHRIS FARIS I r m1iti J 1 w g M l ci b t Full LineS op crj EAR COGS SEEN I s l i Local Gossip A deep snow fell Monday night Any man who will kick on this should be tarn d and feathered Wanted 20003 pounds of wool High est market price W R Gott Co Read our clubbing offer with the Cincinnati daily Post Only 2 50 for Doth year All passenger trains have been crowded lately The present service is tine aud our people appreciate It There will be preachirg at the Pres byterian church uixt Sunday aud every member is urged to be present The Baptist Aid Socity will meet with iMrs Susan Sailer at Miss Saute Tilletts next Monday afternoon at 2 oclock The court day horse jockeys were put on an outoftheway street Mon tiny for which a suffering public is graetful Rev Chas Brown of Knoxville will preach at the Presbyterian church the 1st Sunday in March As he will like ly be called as pastor every member is asked to be present The warm days last week caused many citizens to get out the garden tools and put them in shape Many gardens have already been cleaned Better wait til summer biethren Engineer Bradley the oldest on the K C was badly injured 111 a wreck near London last Friday He has many friends along the road who hope for his speedy recovery He is sixty year old and one of the fastest runners in Kentucky A large congregation worshiped at the Methodist church Sunday A deep intrest was manifested by the people 1he singing was ex celent especially the beautiful solo rendered by Mr Parr the service at was well attended Home corning week with the Gar rard county people will be the week of July 18 1 20 Thats the week of the Lancaster fair and all those who have wandered from the old Kaintucky home will hip Garrardward to get an other slice of old ham and a piece home made light bread Dave Ross known to his many friends as Raggedy tells The Re cord he is a candidate for sherriff on i lie next Democratic ticket If he makes as good a sherriff as he proven to be the model Garrard will have every reason to feel proud of Raggery lIes all right I winter Wanted papersone j P M of- has- duly morning jailor 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 broad assertion In Prices We Defy Competion I Joseph Mercantile J f yotifAo Ir 1 L I I I J It 0 The subject of Eld Tinders Sunday morning discourse is Foreign Missions the eveiug subject being A Real Man Good Sale ofTobacco W T Noel of Buckeye his crop of seven hogsheads of tobacco to the Central House Louisville weight 8155 pounds for 925 all round at home The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will have a handkerchief and candy sale in the room over the Joseph Mercantile Gos store Saturday March 17th The public is cordially invited and your patronage will be appreciated The will of the late Squire Wm II Kinnaird was probated in the county court Monday His son Capt Wm J Kiunalrd is the executor the estate being left to the widow and two single daughters Misses Kate and Lillian A large crowd was attracted to the store of Currey Herndon by the reception Saturday afternoon Hot coffee chocolate and several new brands of wafers and crackers were served while each lady was presented with a pretty carnation W C T U Moves The Womans Christian Temperance has accepted the offer of the Masonic Lodge of the use of it s rooms and the next meeting will be held there The library will also be placed there The meetings of the Union are well attended and the organization was never in better condition A Big Improvement The congregation at the local Baptist church has purchased very handsome pews for the building and they will be placed in a few days They are golden oak with hand carved ends Being of circular form this will make one of the prettiest and most church es in Central Kentucky MrJ Will James of Crab Orchard died at his home In that city Sunday night after a brief illness of hem orrhage of the stomach He was 45 years of age and a splendid gentleman He leaves a widow who was Miss Buchanan The remains were at Crab Orchard Tuesday Midnight Prowlers The midnight prowler has been mak ing his rounds The home of Judge Burnside was visited the other night but the six or eight shots tired at him by Pete and Mole will have a tendency to keep Mr Prowler away from there in the future This is the medicine every housekeeper should be prepared to give parties prowling a bout their premises Ruy a gun and be ready Popular Goods The National Biscuit Co whose goods are handled by Currey Hern don are building up an immense trade his section the superior goods they make Their goods are the pur est made always fresh and give univer sal satisfaction to the trade Ask for the National Biscuit Companys goods and you will never be disappointed Moves To Georgetown Mr C T Jenkins of the best young men Garrard county ever has decided to locate in and will move to that thriving city next week He will likely engage in the feed supply business and his success is assured We dislike very much to give up good citizens like Mr Jenkins but wish him well in his new location New Type for Record Office Mr Wm Mingle representing the Keystone Type Foundry Philadelphia was here Saturday to take an order from The Record big lot of new type and other material for our job de partment The Record has the best assortment of job type the newest and best presses iu fact every modern equipment for turning out work of the best quality A NaturalBorn Hustler We dont believe a better newspaper man than Ed Walton was ever born into the world and we are positive that a biggerhearted or more honora ble man never occupied the tripod He was In Lancaster Monday working In the interest of his pa per the Stanford InteriorJournal and his visit to our sanctum was greatly enjoyed and appreciated He is pub lishing one of the best papers in the South and richly deserves the success with which be is meeting Ed Walton never knowingly said a mean thing a bout anyone and will go his length anywhere for a friend Our only regret is that there are not more men of bis makeup A Good Idea Prof J H Lippard of Cincinnati was here this week with the view of establishing a branch of Lippards Business College in Lancaster during the summer months These branch schools have been quite a success in other towns and there is no reason why it would not be a great benefit here There are boys in Lancas ter who are growing up like gympson weeds learning no profession or trade and their parents should that they are given a Rood business course If the Is established due notice will be given through these and the opportunity should be taken advantage of by parents wish their to to something Union lint one produced fora most exelent columns sold comfortable Maggie interred with Georgetown many see school who eons amount The Baptist Ladies Aid Society has engaged Dr T T Eaton of Louisville to deliver one of hIs popular lectures here Friday evening April 27th His subject will be Poor Kin tf W II Harris minstrels will show at the court house Friday night the lilt Manager Harris has engaged a number of special artists to assist and a line show is assured Special seats fit white people Flower Sale The Baptist Ladies Aid have a flower sale at the store of C Powell April 15th and cjntinuing several days A splendid assortment will be on hand and you buy them at very reasonable pricer Remember t lift date tf The Hotel Almost enough monev to build the hotel has been made up and a meeting will be held in a few days to secure the remainder This is the best move Lancaster hustlers have ever brought about as it means a revival in business and a general awakening tor the town which could have never been brought about in any other manner If you have your towns interest at heart put your shoulder to the wheel and help secure this money and show that you are of some benefit to the community Court Day A large crowd attended county court Monday and business with the was fairly good Capt Am Bourn the veteran auctioneer kindly gives The Record the following report About 150 or 200 cattle at the stock pens most of them changing hands at prices ranging from 3 1 to 4 cts Mules were brisk price ranging front 100 to 200 There was a large demand for plug horses prices ranging from to G Sows and pigs sold from 15 to 32 C P Underwood sold a cow and calf for 32 75 W S Bettis sold a three mule to Woods Walker for S187 50 A Pretty Entertainment The Christian church was crowded Thursday evening by our people who were attracted by the Lilliputian wedding The different characters were taken by the little folk of and in full dress coats and evening costumes presented a scene as novel as it was pretty Lack of space prevents going into detail but we will say that each participant per formed his or her part with the ease and grace of an old actor During the evening the audience favored by vocal solos by Misses Lillie and Mattie May Miss Katherine and Mr Parr which were greatly en joyed Miss Besie Elkin of Louisville who managed the wedding was warm ly complimented on the success of the entertainment and the ladies are deeply grateful to her for her kindness in coming and arraging the entertain merit A neat sum was realized for the Ladies Aid Society The Rural Routes The two rural routes now in opera Lion in Garrard county are proving a great blessing to those citizens who have taken advantage of the splendid services afforded by them but unless the people along the lines all put up boxes there is a strong probability that they will be either discontinued or only three deliveries a week be made Uncle Sum wants to give the service provided the people want itand but if only a handful of patrons put up boxes the Goverment will not maintain the routes There are maney people living along the lines who have not put up boxes and our advice is that they have boxes established at once as Uncle Sam is pruning his rouets and many have been discontinued in this section of the state The rural carriers sell stamps register letters and give the rural every advantage of the town post office If you live along one of these routes have a box put up It costs only about a dollar A New Bank Lancaster is to have a new bank the name to be The Garrard Bank and Trust Co The capital stock is 5000 most all of which has been subscribed The institution will purchase the cor ner lot and erect its own building in the new hotel owing up to the second floor A large basement will be built absolutely fireproof and berglarproof in which will be constructed safety boxes to be rented The room will extend back on Richmond street almost half the depth of the lot there mainder of lot on Richmond street be leg used for the dining room and ladh s e itrance to the hotel The list of stockholders is made up of Garrard c Hintys most prosperous progressive and influential citizens and success of the institution Is conclusion The stockholders are located all over Garrard county and one has been al lowed to have any large number of shares which is a mighty good idea As the stock is about all subscribed a meeting will be held soon and the or ganization perfected No officers have been selected though those talked of are splendidmen for the places Look Listen Have your cisterns cleaned now with the patent and catch March rains for Summer rea qnable guaranteedHatcher Ball Societywill D on merchants 20 Lancaster Leavell it patrons fore gone begginning year old was Con appecate deposit cleaner Prices satisfaction n A MISTAKE Through an error last week we were made to quote the price of The Cincinnati Daily Post and The Cen tral Record at 3 50 when it should have been 250 We can send you both papers at two and a half for one year This is the best newspaper club rate we have ever been able to titer and many are taking advantage of it Remember you must pay for The Central Record in order to get the advantage of this offer Send us 2 50 and we will send you The Cen tral Record and Cincinnati Daily Post for one year The Posts market reports can not be excelled and the paper printed at two oclock in the afternoon and reaches Lancaster at 820 the same evening This offer will last for only a few days Come a run ping No Place Like Kentucky Wm Lindsey is nothing if not a Kentuckian and he is quoted assaying he would rather make a bare living in his native state than be a millionaire elsewhere While at Frankfort not long since on some legal business he accepted an invitation to address the General Assembly and the legislators were delighted with his addess In connection with the of Kcntuckians he told a Hood story I expect I am like most Kentuckians in New York he said They all talk of the time when they can get enough money to come hack hume and really live It reminds me of a story told at the Kentucky Society bouquet in the metropolis recently According to this tale an Eastern man went to heaven where found everyone i enjoying themselves with the excep Lion of a certain crowd of men who were chained to stakes and wore a discontented expression Whats the matter with those fellows inquired the Easterner of St Peter Why those men are Kentuckians replied the venerable gate keeper and every time they get loose they make a break for Kentucky Thats just about the way 1 feel and when the time comes for me to die which I hope will be some years hence I want to be brought right back here to Frankfort and rest f in the old graveyard on the mill Alex Bishop who has been seriously ill of pneumonia is better to day Lancaster Chapter Royal Arch Ma sons many petitions on hand that special meetings are being held to keep up with the work Quite a number are wanting to get through the Commandery in time to attend the annual Conclave at Paris in I i i i I bio I I s fl I U IJ fi I U r U fI U fi has so U fi I May Ex Senator t Home- Coming SPRING WEDDING It- We have linked Low Prices with High Quality come in and see what a Happy fj Union it makes r OO O M ycy y OOOO OOOO OO y C O Our line of SILKSi- s 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 any style that you may wish is in our stock See our new line of LADIES SHOES The latch string is out and theres nobody to tease you to buy at THE m irJ IB I m I 1 agents Ij I I I I I I Logan JJrp Goods m COMPANY 9 1 11 44400000040440000000004400004 a 44004040040000000004004400004 00000000004400000000444404004 tij all Clothing shops Hats and Furnishing Goods at your own PRICES for the next THIRTY DAYS We must get them out of our house in order to make room for the im mence Terms Cash H T Logan i AA 1 III I III 1 III I II II II I III III I I I I I II II II SPRING STOCK I I 1 IL oQoQ y f 1 7 1 Clover Timothy Grass Orchard Grass Millet Cane Corn and Hemp Seed I carl oats just received The best grades of Coal Feed Etc Ballards Flour in Barrels and 100 pound sacks Prompt service Your orders appreciated a Blue H Northern recleaned and clipped BANKS HUDSON CENTRAL RECORD Jsaiued Wckly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Maim Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Lancaster Ky Mardi 2 1906 Editor Walton in his splendid Frank fort Journal jumps all over the Ken lucky editors for their failure to prop erly boost up his town when the citi zens thereof wined and dined the scribes some time since It was upon the put of the scrioes to fail make rood but fact of the matter is the Kentucky editor is stuffed full of beer and sandwiches so often and to give five or six dollars worth of space therefor that his pen has grown somewhat weary and the custo ma yd pe fall to revive him Ntxt town to entertain should have highballs or Manhattan cocktailsand the change will have the desired offset Brer Walton also says the country editor is swelled up Well we know of nothing that will cause a or greater swelling than beer and bakers bread sandwiches The Louisville Board of Public has ordered the theatres closed on the Sabbath and last Sunday the crowd of people who lay aside all thought of holy writ and matters con nected with were forced to seek other fields to while the time The present board is Undertaker I I expected we blieve Safety usual their souls salvation away ill J AtBeazley Seeond Clare ando ba- tas e quicker d 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 lit doing all in its power to have the laws enforced in the Falls City and if the poeple will back them up about the toughest city in America can be made decent and orderly Theres always the wiseacre to throw cold water on every movement for the better and Louisville has her quota of wise who howl down every movement the new hoard is The only way for oillcials to do is to stick to what they believe to be right and pay no attention to the whines of a few Openwork stocking time is rapidly approaching and the festive mosquito and other old codgers like Editors Jim Allen and W P Walton are dee light Louisville is to have no more Sunday theatres We guess the old city will be called tight but we think the term tightness will lit better The horseless carriage was indeed a wonder but Louisville with a Sunday less Buck has that invention skin ned several blocks Have you noticed that in most applications for divorce the wife is only half as old as the husband The moral is obvious The jowl and greens crop is tine Now how can any man with as much feeling as a porcelain doorknob kick on life PHEAUHEIISV1LLE J M Cress has an offer of JOO for his yearling jack W P White and wife were in Lancas ter on business last week Mrs J II Thompson was visiting J J Thompsons family Monday who has been sick for some time is some better Mr Wm Pettus of Stanford spent Sunday with home folks M Blaukingsbip who has been sick for two weeks is able sit up A J Thompson ann Jno Cress is serving on the jury at Stanford ths weekMr Broaddus of Richmond will continue business at the standHutchins and Rogers bought two fancy horses at Otenheim last week for 250 T F Grose and Sam Laton of Crab Orchard passed here Monday with fit nice mules Mr Rigsby and Mrs Eliza Hut claw spent Friday night with J L Hutchins and wife Mrs G A Brown and sister Anderson while crossing the brid i over Stingy creek their horse kro r through pitching them out and brusi ing them considerably- J L Hutchins has traded his farm and stock of General Merchandise it Preachersvilie to Rev F M Hill for a farm in Boyle county paying Mr Hill nine thousand dollars for same FOLEYSHONEY TAS the cougH and lungs s f IP making kickers about Rev Thos Oyens hor- I Mrs S S C heal but sow Ilutchi Hall stops n ItS r IfilL IrJJr WfJ Qlfffi JfbYffilffilffilfliffgliliJJflJrfiJtl1 I car load of I Wire Fence Best Fence on the Market I I Ask our on Collar Pads Straps IBack Bands Anew Ii Q o prices Collars Haines OR ANYTHING YOU NEED Oh YOUR FARM 0 ROMANS ELMORE- S i 1 To Advertisers Unless copy is brought to this office on MONDAY it will be impossible for 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 HAKKSUURY I Miss Mae Robinson is visiting in Danville Miss Annie Perkins is visiting MIss West at Lancaster Miss Under wood cf Hedgeville is the guest of Miss Mary Chestnut II Bogie went to Cincinnati last week to purchase spring goods Mr Chas Burdette sold a sow and ten pigs to C A Robinson for 50 00 Miss Lula Simpson went to to spend several weeks with Mrs A I Rice Master Irvin Fox of Danville spent several days last week with his cousin Mrs Chas Burdette and daughter little Miss Elgie spent Tuesday with Mrs Taylor Uurdettc Misses Pauline and May Belle Bur dette of Bryantsville were visiting relatives here recently Miss Wade Maret will bs the pleas ant guest for several days of Miss My r lam Muster near Louisville Jolt Woods bought a sow and seven pigs for 34 00 Jim Turner bought a so wand several pigs for Miss Bryant who is in school at Richmond spent with her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Bryant Little tills EJna Berkeleaccompan ed by her aunt Miss Levy Dunn went to Lancaster on Thursday of last week to attend the Lilliputian wedding Mr V II Lexington who was the guest of M F Rout a part o last week went Saturday to be with his sister Mrs Ballard who is ill at home in Stanford Mr Dorgan lilicd his appointment the usual hour on last Sunday after iioon He was accompanied by Mr- Boiven Fox Danville and Rev of Hill from the Seminary at Louisville Aunt Peggie Robinson recieved a severe fall sometime ago and was for the time being She is still suffering from the fall but we hope that she will soon be well again Miss M E Marksbury has accepted a position as school warm at Rice Academy after much solicitation by her friends here She graduated a few years ago at Lancaster rccieving highest honors in her class and no doubt she will give entire satisfaction to her patrons Mrs Henry Baker stet with sudden death a few days ago While watching the loading of a large sawlog the log broke loose from the men and over on Mrs Baker who was standing near by after much effort her was taken from the piece of iuiber crushed and beyond re nition She leaves a husband and sev children The Open Door Policy Bo sure to agree with the girls fa tier in politics said the experienced man giving hints to the young lover That night after he had enjoyed the young ladys society for an hour her father came in and the youth started conversation by asking What is your opinion of the Moroccan question I am in favor of the opendoor said the old gentleman stiffly ant this is your hut I believe Sue Was Said the lad to the lassie We two Will marry some tlaj wont we Swo She hung down her head And bashfully stag 1 dont care a darn if we dwo Houston Post PAINTING IT ROUGH O4Q O o d 2 Y o o 0 o relatives Mr N Lexington Fix 00 Saturday Swope of t unconscious body enl snall J pol- Icy fit its Willing I vO GleOe Va 0 us- a 0 oo ooooo000000 Dir Pibert 930 Eli ibetls rot bruised v 0 0 6 E C O led t r suppose Mr Emerald Green you are wedded to your art Emerald and I wish now I had married for money Realistic- A maiden dreamed she was In Gloucester And tire waves of the harbor had Until she was sick And she woke very quick And sire really had pains acroucester Houston Post At the Reception First pardon but are you a waiter Second i Private detective No NotWhat are you Oh Im only the man who Is giving the party CasseUsl V SheI GreenYes ManBeg ManNo i 9 aiil t t rte t t then s M ester Sam Jomes Temperance Lecture I MaaseV Halt Toronto I have been lighting whiskey for thirty two years and I am gelng to tight it as as I live I am going to hit him as long as I have a list kick him as long as I have a tout bite him as long as I have a tooth and after that gum him till The only way to get rid of rascals is to quit raising them and the only may to get rid of drunkards to quit raising them too I dont believe a first class fun would drink liquor I dont believe a second or a third class fool would drink liquor Youve got to get away down in the first to get a fool that will One day in a meeting like this a man got up and said You can abuse whiskey all you like but its the best eyesight medicine ever made my brother Mike born blind never saw a wink in his life He began to drink whiskey and inside of four weeks he saw snakes all over the house Now I expect a good many of you old roost ers have been using that kind of eye medicine You talk about prosperity I don care how much you have in land or money or stock if you have a son thats drunkard or a daughter you cant trust out of your sight you are bankrupt already And if you have a true wife if you havea noble daughter and a son that is a credit to you you are a millionaire if you havent got a dollar And if that is true what do you want with saloons in Toronto man in this town who favors saloons deserves that every of his sons dies drunkard and that every daugh ter has a drunken husband The man who ouldvote for saloons ought to be disfranchised rue saloon would not be here if the churches were to say once and mean it You have got to go If that is so then the churches are to blame for eyi ry drunkard that staggers into hell and for every open gateway to hell You say You believe In high license thats the kind you have here It understand You get 230 for each saloon and have 150 saloons You have a population of 235000 Now divide up the 37500 and that makes about 20 cents perhead of the population And if the liquor walks up to the beautiful city of Toronto and otTers it twenty cents per head for tile right to debauch the town and bring damnation to citizens and you deliberately sell out preach ers and all for 20 cents Per head Bro ther what is a 200 pound hog worth A voiceTwelve dollars And folks twenty cents Well folks dont you wish you was a hog One hog worth as much as sixty people Why brother you and your whole family are not worth a sucking pig They used to sell a negro for a thousand dol the South but you can buy tinelooking men here for 20 cents a piece We go into spasms about old Bish op Putter opening a saloon with pray er I dont know what that old rooster will do next lIes been dining and wining with four hundred until even the angels hunt know but Bishop Pot ter just as much right to open a saloon with prayer as any Canadian or American has to open with his vote By a special arrangement with the publishers we enable to send The CINCINNATI DAILY POST AND The CENTRAL RECORD Both one Year for only OfiOU This means you must pay up all you owe to The Record and ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE This otTer lasts few days only Send all orders to The Central tail Lancaster The Post is printed at 2 oclock r M and gets to Lancaster same night at 826 This is the best bargain we have ever offered our patrons Real Estate Bargains FOR SALE BY W T EWING Real Estate Agency HARRODSBUKG IiY 210 ACRES well Impvd near pike Mercer Co ut 40 ex for smaller farm IG Acres onplke niar Salvisu dwelling arch ard new barn 31Cu 207 Acres fine hemp tobacco land close to Bur gin with 80 Acres wheat 277 Acres good iiipvd wheat farm near 195 Acres tobacco and wheat farm near pike 5500 120 Acres on Lexington pike 5 ml Hbarg hemp land at 75Kx 100 Acres on good road near pike well impvd 3700 18 Acres poultry farm near Bnrgin 1600 57 Acres well impvd land near 75 Acres good land for any crop 3 ml good road at 60 1C7 Acres fine land near Salvias in 10 years Impvd at 5 i 0 Acres 3 mile Bnrgin Jrows hemp tobacco etc well impvd at 45 120 Acre good inipvd land near pike and Shaker 150 Acres excellent land Grant Co Ky well Impvd grows flue tobacco at 22 an acre Owner in other bnsiness Hole 1 opera house store all with fine trade and on same lot Main Bt of growing Ky town7000Exchange even a farm and many other property NOTE I have buyers for number of good GARBARP Co farms charge Ul I sell Writ for my REAL ESTATE PAPER y s r in long I die I one 500 tram in has one Cora tit 70 Burgin Good town railway for 4 There Air I that 93i tars Remarkable Offe But Iibn gigs 54500 a nocommi lion S s eon q A p my you our you we to as a a 5 LETTER FROM NEW MEXICO IJOSwell New SKxCJ February 18th 1906 Editor Central Record Dear Sir You will find enclosed O Order for one dollar to renew subscription to your visitor In this distant land It has been about three years since 1 wrote a rather long letter discribing country as 1 saw it then and which so kindly gave space in I promised in that letter to write you occasionally to let our friends at home know how we were K tiing along but column or two at any time with better to publish you might till the space with the contentsof this letter We have had a fairly good and winter with a day or two of what call bad weather thrown in now and then to let us know what the peo pre further north and east are cueing Forthe last two months the thermometer has ranged from 20 to 30 degrees above in the morning aud 50 70 in middle of the day we had several hiiowa in and the thermometer went as lOw as 10 above several inoiuiugb You sue we have just cuongh cold here to kill disease genus aud to Keep insets aud worms loaf Iced on plains and gees from be couiiuu tuo numerous now as 1 am wniiiiij iu my trout porch gallery the western people call it arid the aunsuinu makes mu reel as it 1 should pull oil my vat in order lo be couitori able The plumb and willow trees are beginning tu slum me green in their butts cult xt ill be leaven out in a few auu the early gardeners ate plant Some ot the marKet guideuers haveal ready have some ot these vegetablesoii the murKet Vhjn 1 wrote belore 1 slated tint i was well pleased with the climate 1 am still mure than pleased wan arid there cau Oe found on the globe a better and mure healthful climate The violet cud and tire summers are pleasant iiimust every night in the summer atiiiuii one requires oaeor more covers Our town continues to glow steadily with one or more business hjuses aud duzen or more dwellings going up all Ute tune Ve have three large public school buildings with about 11UO unroilud a military institute with 120 young men iu attendance a 310 UUO00 Carnegie Library a at Hospital now nearlv completed and will cost 25000 00 The Catholic aud all the principal uroltblcnt churches are represented by goon church bulk tugs We have three National Banks with one million dollars deposit which 1 think is very good for a town of GOOO people two steam laundrys two ice factories one canning factcry one ce meat block and cement shingle one tiling factory two wholesale groceries and drygoods stores one wholesale Hardware store and last and best the gambling houses will be cut out entrely in a few months and the saloons will be almost shut out by high license These two evils are right hard to deal with in a new county and the people will have to de educated to little different leavel before things cap be cut entirely out By a grading and the natural consistency of our soil the streets are as firm and as smooth as the best mcadauiized roads in your country In the last two years there has been built about four teen miles of cement tilde walk The country is growing much faster now than the town especially is it be up further down the valley toa distance of about sixty miles south us The irrigating companies are bringing in from 200 to 300 homeseek ers every two weeks and quite a of these buying property each trip great many of those who buy are improving it by putting down artesian with which to irrigate the land and making other substantial improvements There are now over flowing wells each affording e uough water to irrigate from 100 to GOO acres and the well inspector says that there is no sign of decreased flow but on the contrary most of the old wells show an increrse of pressure and alfalfa the principal products Pears plums grapes and almost all kinds of smelt fruits do well We had a good crop of Indian corn last year but that is not always the case Some summers are so dry that the tassels are dried up before the grain is fertilized through the silk Some parties from Kansas City are contemplating putting up an Alfalfa meal factory this year at a cost of about 40000 00 When this is complet ed there will be a home market for all the alfalfa that can be raised The av erage yield of alfalfa is live tons to the from tour or five cuttings ard sells at 600 to 12 00 per ton to the season of the vear We have as tine apples as are grown any where and they are of much better quality than the same variety grown in the east even the old Ben Davis is juicy and a fairly good apple Apple orchards from ten to twenty jears old will produce apples worth from 100 00 to 50000 per acre There is quite an oil boom on head now and experts from other oil regions say we have the best indications for oil about twelve miles east of Roswell of any section they have ever examined A with capital bas been formed and have begun to drill a well 1 have been sorry at various times to l note in your paper the death ut so i many of my old friends who at the time I left Kentucky seemed to bave the prospect of a much longer life that myself I am glad to note that you have recovered so as to be able to take charge ot paper again We are all in fairly good health I have been so Jong my promise this time I uessI had better rroml to write again J X Dunn I your paper promisenoth- Ing pleasant the December I 1 Sit lug vUlunsradlbiJeslcLLUC spinach ect 1 tlU nut tHink arc usually dry and pupils factory processor setted or number A property wells I Apples are still according J lu welcume weekly expert das fry never excessivey Diary g 00 hap acre secured company considerable pour g pot k J k i 0 S t J 1 jj I K J 1 J A 1 1 Only a few More Days of the AT THE BLUE Sweeneys Old Stand The goods are moving and you should call at once Watch for our announce ment of arrival of the im mense stock of New Spring GOODS PattersonProprietor THE WORKING MANS FRIEND STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store oo oo oo oe oo00o 0o oo 7 JQ i l tI ij J i I r I i I I J H If na OOC ooc INTERNATIONAL I I I I BIAL FRONT rapidly 1 900AOCtf000 Y NEW Millinery Store NEW STOCK I have just returned from the cities where I purchased a splendid stock newupto date MILLINERY and take pleasure in inviting the public to call and inspect tbe same We have all the Newest Creations and our prices will suit experienced trimmer will be in cbarge to please you MS ABA fflNAIED at Miss Noels old stand Richmond street PHONE 180 j r I II I I L I i 1 I I I I I I I I I I IIIIIST CINCINNATI J JI r a eat I I o0000pp00o00000000 000 004 all- An sewoa usla MARKS BootsShoesRubbers Ceet Lis Ww test S lNrYr B C1i10t ilS Keld111PAes YN Wm Herndon O B Swlnebroad Herndon Svvinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Jesse DiWeaien Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky wbo 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 Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel That Smooth Finish r 1 I represented e Iflsllraece Ageaf y So much desired by an men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky m J1 m ilE V tw 1 p PDtIT1 I buy imitations if yon want good results Best line of plws ever offered to the trade ELKINtI Sole agents for American Fence Bt r WE SELL GENUINE and yacueRF 4 l lat Dlt h A Gossip About People e A Brief Mention cf the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are Interested In Ed F M Tinder was in Louisville this week Mrs Ada kinnaird has returned from Cincinnati Sherly Elkin is at home from Jack sonviim Flu Miss Rella Arnold is in London visiting relatives Miss Bessie entertained her club last Friday evening Mr Johu Grcrnlcaf of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Miss Rissic Turley of Richmond liasbeen visiting friends here Dr McNces has returned fiom ser in Birmingham Ala Miss May Robinson of Maicellus has been visiting Mrs li F Hudson Mrs Carrie Dividson is visiting her BeginningMarch 1 st with every We present you with eith er of the following free- i Oxidized Hall Rack Price i Rubber Tire Baby Go Cart Price 350 i Reed Rocker Price 350 No matter how small the pur chase you stet the present on the 20th sale Hamilton Dunlap Successors Beazley Co daughter Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond Miss Annie Perkins of Marksbury has been visiting Miss Ethel West Miss Eva Grant of Danville has been the recent guest of Mrs Edwin Price Mr Robert Elkin of Middlesboro is vsiti g his parents Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Horn to the wife of Mr C W Ander For a sun The little strangerarrived Saturday Mrs VI VIcC Johnston and children and hiss N umie tare are visiting in LouisvilleMrs Dudley of Lexington is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs e A Shu ars weeks rIaOYD FREE I I I I350 I I I L to J r stay t i f- 2OtiiSae I I I jA a ro t i y p James Hill Saturdays Louisville Times contain ed a picture of William and Robert Kinnaird Mrs M E Fish of Crab Orchard has been visiting Misses Rella Allie and Mary Arnold The members of the Methodist church held a very delightful reception the past week Harrodsbir Herald Jas Dsnney c f Lancaster is visiting his sister Mrs Isaac Pearson Mrs Jennie West has been visiting her sister Mrs Mollie Turner and Mrs William Broaddus of Louisville Mrs Emma Farris of Crab Orchard was the guest of her brothers family during the past week Mr Harre lloblnson of Danville spent Sunday with his parents Mr T B itobinsun and wife Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford has been visiting her sister Misses Lillie Maggie and Bessie Shugars Miss Chastlnt Rucker of PaintLick spent severa days with Miss Grace ilellou Patterson last week Messes Henry G Sandifer and W C Price of Danville attended the fun eral of W II Kinnaird Misses Theo Hemphill and Irene Romans of Madison Institute spent the ud with their home folks Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Luaveil of Hyrantsville were guests ot Misses Riila and Allie Arnold Miss Alleen Bourne has returned home after a delightful stay with friends and relatives in Lexington Danville Advocate Miss Maud Mar tin of Garrard county is spending a few days the guest of Miss Nellie Long Burgin Cor llarrodsburg Herald Mrs Chas Dunn of Garrard county is the guest of H P Johnston and family this week Miss Jennie of Columbia Ohio is visiting her brother Mr Alex Bishop who has been quite sick of pneumoniaMr R H Batson have rcJ turned from New York City where Mr Biitson went to purchase bisspriug and summer goods M iss Rhena E G Nosher a W C T U Lecturer passed through Kentucky last week and spent several days with M Patterson apt W J Kinnaird and wife Dr Donald Me Donald and wife Mrs Ross Buriiside and A Jl Kinnaird have to their homes Miss Anncl Tomlinson who is at tending the Hagerman Campbell coIl le e Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mrs Alexander Kennedy who has b2C i spending the winter with her daughter Mrs Banks Houdson return ed this week to her home in Mr McCarley Simmons from Sate College Lexington and Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville who were the guests of Mrs J S Johnston have re turntr home Mr W T Dunn who has been visit lug here fur several weeks has return ed to his home at Ktnina Texas and i I I I I I I quire Eastman Irs Irs G returned mmmmmmmmmmamfflMm M PV BK w is the time for I CANNED GOODS IH Hand of course yo want the i BEST I- m P so call phone 20 and they will be delivered WM immediately Yours for business I b G DAVIDSON H 5 g J gj ss j I Hi 0X X X X X Qy r OOoOOOOOOO I JiMOOOOOOOOOOoooooo X l Z l ZGl t oeooooo00ooooosoe 1 f tl r 4 madam rumor says be carried away the heart of of our handsome girls Richmond Climax Miss Jennie Parks has been visiting Miss Annie Francis in Lancaster Miss Edna is visiting Misses Fannie and Lucy Francis In Lancaster Miss Annie May Adams one of Paint Licks handsomest girls is the guest of Mrs J T Arnold In this city UKYANTSVILLE The friends of Mr C T Jenkins and family will learn with regret of his decision to move to Georgetown Mrs Jenkins is one Of ourmost popular matrons and Mr Jenkins is of our most prosperous and honorable busi ness men We trust that they may happy and popular there as they have been here t BOURNE The sick of this community are re ported better Jeff T Dunn sold a line yearling colt to Joe Jordan for 25000 Wm H Raines sold fourteen bbl of corn to Len White at 2 00 per bbl Sam Morford bought seven nice shoats of Will Vanderpool for 23 00 Miss Mayme Grace Adams of Bettis was with friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Noah Marsee of Lancaster was visiting his Mrs Nancy Marsee Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tom Morford and children of Danville are with her sou Mr Sam Morfoid here this week Miss Edith and OthoMontgomery of Bryantsville were guests of Rovesta Turner Sunday Mr J M Vanderpool and family of Lahcaster attended preaching here Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan Mrs Sam Morford who underwent a surgical operation in Louisville last week is improving nicely and will be able to return home in a few days Mr Thomas Turner who has been with friends Jn Danville for several days returned home Sunday accom pained by his friend Mr Herman Scott who will remain here for some time FLATWOOI Some af our tobacco raisers have al ready for sowing John Bolton bought a cow from Wm Collette for 24 50 Rev Al Brlrd is away from home for a few days on ministerial duties W H Furr has ten head of yearling calves for sale also a spin of unbrokc mulesGraves and Dillon have sold their tobacco loUeazley at Paint Lick fur Sets pet lb Gethsemene was a guest at bliss Florence Jouiueys for several days Misses Uuxie and Bessie Spangler of Crab Orchard visited the Misses Wor rell the last of the week Susie Maryman one of our very popular young school teachers was recently married to AJr Tellie Greet of the Cartersviile section liEUNA VISTA Mr II Henning has gone to Kansas on business C F Ison has been visiting her sister iu Jessamine Will Scott bought of J E Scott some Guru at 2 per bbl John hon left Monday trip to the mountains Mrs J Ji Rubles is at Burgin under the care of Dr Uutherie Chas Robinson bought of James Johnston a mule for 150 Logan Duncan who has been on the sick list is reported better llarrodsburg was here last week buying tabacco Win Christopher bought of Mrs John Bryant one milk cow and calf for 35 Rev Welburn preached an uvssmary sermon Sunday morning Will and Clay Hamilton of spent Suuday with their mother Miss Virginia King has returned from an extended visit at Fordwick Va Isou Curd who will cultivate Mrs Suuouamoaes farm moved here last Indiana is at at the bed side of her mother Mrs Rob msou Miss Mary Skinner is attending the Educational Association at Louisville this week James Spoonamore and wife of antsvllle spent Sunday with Sarah Spoonamore Miss Mary VanSant of llarrodsburg spout last Thursday with her Mrs Spllman Miss Su ie Jennings and brother en tertaiued Friday tivening in honor of their cousin of Mercer Mrs Maria Lane who has been vis iting relatives at Danville and in Lin has returned to her daughter Mrs J F Ruble John Askins of McCrtary spent Sui day with his parents he was accomp sled home by his sisters Misses and Sallie Askins The quarterly held at Browns Chapel last week was did meeting The new elder Rev llowes the hearts of his hearers Last Monday aunt Peggie Robinson who is nearly ninety of age fell and sustained injures which may Sheis a little better a writing s s it en one Ball w many t Mr Thus Dean ot bliss for Mr super of Lancaster weekMrs Ike Leaven of grandmother s Caldwell c Margaret meeting woo one bas 4 mother Mir abusive 1 excele B b11 tin asp four years fatal this r e ryrs M a ter F HUOKKYE LlgeRav bought nice Jesse Hill bought a nice colt of J W Hill for 115 Bob Long bought of Richard Hall horse for 120 Dr Perkins and family spent Sunday with Dr Smith and wife Alex Walker and wife of Lancas were with home folks Sunday Miss Nellie Boswell of Louisville is charming guest of A C Miles and family T W Brodshaw wife and handsome little son Kyle visited her parents Sunday Miss Florence McMurtry will begin teaching a select school at Buckeye Tuesday 27th Little Smilie Ilill will spend a few days this week with his sister Mrs Walker Bardshaw W T Noel has returned home from Louisville where he disposed ofjiis crop of tobacco reported at a good price Mrs Polly Ann Wheeler Is improv ing after a severe spell of sickness Several from our town attended court day at Lancaster last Monday Farmers are of the the nice weather and working every day Last Saturday and Sunday Brother Pike tilled his appointment atFreedom church Brother P E Foley will preach on the 2nd Sunday at 11 a m each month the remainder of the year Mr Dave Kelley fell from a loaded wagon two whet Is passing over him and bruising shoulder and breast Mr and Mrs Thomas Hill visited Mrs Hills parents Mr and Mrs S R Henry last Saturday and Sunday Mr Fred Creech and family have moved from Clay county and located in our town we welcome Mr Creech us again Mr J A Blaydes of Kansas Mo and Mrs Bessie Howard of Greensburg Ind are here attending their interests in their grand father W A Wheelers estate Mr and Mrs Aid Wormouth Indi anna have been spending several days with their daughter Mrs Prather here They will go in a few days to North Dakota where they will make their future home Business Items 1 dual think Ward handles any Set corn or any tiling else of that quality A gold watch fob seal with initials S 11 Return to this offce and re ceive tf Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just recei veil by tf Banks Hudson Dogongood Brand We have a large line of ed Durongood Brand of Hosiery the best made 2t Powell Co Dishes Dishes Dishes Ward has em 2t Silver Wyandotts Eggs from picked and mated pens of Pure Bred Sliver Wyandotts 81 CO 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 tl You can geta good pair suspenders at Wards for 15 cents 2t Dont fail to come to our Tailoring Opening February 28th and March 1st at which time you csn have your meas art til e by an experienced Tailor and Cutter Hemphill West We pay highest chsh price for eRgs 2t W II Ward Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order to get it we propose to glue you more for your produce than any one else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Herndon Bring us your shoulders ham 2D W H Ward White Leghorns Exclusively Do you want eggs If so get a start of White Leghorns The grearest lav ers yet produced Mine have been bred for heavey laying fur 12 years FggS 15 for 50 cents 35 for 100 100 and 2 cents each VV E Moss Phone 184F Lancaater Ky Imay All parties knowing themselves In debted to me will please call and with me or with Mr Jack Adams at once as my business must bo wound up without delay tf W S Fish Paint Lick Ky We quote for CASH only or produce as follows Eight bars Lenox or Octa Jon soap 25cts balls star potash acts seven packages AlI 25cts two 3 tablepeaches 25cts two 3 lbs cans table apricots 35 ers three cans choice pie peaches 25 cts four lbs choce rice 25 cts twenty Ibs best granulated sugar 8100 Arbuckles coffee locts six bars toilet soap lOcts best straight flour Gocts 70cts want ten thousand Ins bacon at highest mark tr Try our cocoanut jam D Powell Co 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 sh w you one of the Cosiest and up date Merchant Tailoring and Gents Furnishing establishments in this part of the State We are going to try to handle just the class of goods that the trade here lies been ordering from larger Cities so please come and see us before send Ing your order away from home and it will be a great pleasure for us to show Remember the place former Offlce of Hemphill fiespt Hemphill A West s nt or mare tor1oo M r I NINA taking advantage among LOST rewa Ill C ll over settle C to you c c J the celebra 1 C S A Ibs cans flour what we have whether not r F t y tie 1 tf at if b We want your sacked sausage Highest uricct paid Currey tf About ten or twentylive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year Ap ply to this ollice tf Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and got it for feed Banks Hudson I will be at my ollice o n F iday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mittic A Dunn Supt Highest market price paid for produce Currey Herndon 2t We want your country produce and will pay the highest market price Come and see us Curjey Herndon Toilet Articles of iscription Frisbies Drug See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 21tf Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated sent to Banks If udsun tf Bring your butter and eggs to us Currey lIerudon 21 The leading lloristis represented by Ed C Gaines llowens furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf We can deliver your goods on short notice any where In the city limits 2t Ward The finest line of Perfume ever Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the and Hudson ware house Call phone 10 or 20 II M West Co We always pay the highest market price for butter and eggs Currey Herndon 2t Newest and latest stKlesinuox Tablets Drug Store Window glass all Paint Putty Varnish null oils lowest prices Frisbies Drug Stun We have a beautiful line of of engraved wedding invitations call lug cards etc Come see cm Very latest styles The Record ollice tf See the handsome watches auf clocks just opened at Morrow Mclioberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky jr Our Merchant Tailoring gtmiplcs are all in and we will be glau sooty you what we can make a Suit of Cioi lies ranging in price from 12 CO to a Furnishing Goods will be here few days earnestly to come see what we before yon buy Hemplill West For chapped hands face or lips use Frisbies Almond Cream It will pus itively cure them Price acts tf Frisbies Drugstore Miss Fannie Bishop who lies wide experience in handling Mowers receive weekly shipments of hardy roses niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her placing your orders tf Wanted Country Hams We pat highest market price for all country produce Currey Herndon tf Handsomest line of cut glass ever to Central Kentucky just o peued at Morrow McRobeats tf Mules For Sale Farmers wanting to buy work mules will make money by walling at my sale stable 1 have about f0 good ones to select from tf W B Burton New Millinery Store I have rented the room on Rich motid street formerly ocupied by Lillie Noel and will open an uuto date stock of Millinery early in the spring will have an expert trimmer Mrs Ada Kanualrd f Take your prescriptions Frisbies Drug Store uses but the very finest drugs and tainable l 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 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 both City and farm property for sale at all times Real Estate A gts New Tailor Shop We are now on Lexington street over prepared to make suits in the very best manner and latest style Everything up o date and we guarantee satisfaction Send us your clothes for cleaning reparing Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 110 W C Davis Son 2 Mch G F Hawkins who for the largest Merchant of L E Hays of Cincinnati was with us last week at he took the measure ofour regular customers and also quite u lot ones butas a few were come in and see we have made to another with us February 28Hi and March time we will be glad to all those who failed to have their measures taken by Mr Haw February28thHemphill West Notice to you want coal or salt make my office your office where twill be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and make prices on coal and salt1 surprisingly cheap both In yard of anywhere in 5 miles of this city prices to parties wanting load lots Will any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market kinds of Ring phone 140 or my office corner Campbell Buford street A Jones Hern- don Wanted crushed r Stor Coal I DrugStore larksbur Paler and en cHips ize a 5000 e and have I era b fore s h nhicals ob t 2 tf unhand Hughes Swluebroad located t travels u ve at Consumer whfm fur call at land tt r country ev Wit x Z you Suit ands our iyu tt rcquest iu C sDii tar t 2 firm Cur tvhhch tithe hew no here arrangement nee Si When I can car r t 1 s I a g 1 3 g We use the Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Buggies etc hand at astonishing low prices jive us a call 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 powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the FRISBIES DRUG STORE HJ v Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass tonnes Drug Paint Store 1 March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General InsurancePQCrrr special arrangements with Bast in Telephone Co any one can call me oillce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 nFnrnrnrnrmmmriI Buggy Painting and E I 3 I E j- on I Corni BroslUAUlAU1UIUUA1UUAUllUU JIIJIIaIIUti1t1UUUWzUJIll1uUJ lour I S I I Talcum sickroom fffirnIJ8 8fim iI f 1m V I m r J- i Ji fEi 1J J8 Q iBy v fY Jo REPAIRING ss r rvrr1 8 s rL t F Js Ulcer of the Stomach Insidious Nature of the Disease Recognize and Cure It Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked symptoms excepting those caused by indigestion It is due to an ihtVimmation which affects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away by the gastric juices In good health the stomach resists the action of the gastric juices but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping up until perforation of the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from the pit of the stom ash back to the shoulder blade At the first symptoms of indiges tion treatment should at once be started with Mi ona This is a sci entific remedy adapted specifically to one purpose the cure of stomach troubles It is uniformly sucrssful that REMcRoberts signed guarantee with every 50 cent box that the money will be refunded if it does not cute Mi ona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the disestlve organs and building up the system Use it for a few days arid there is no yeason why you should not be able to eat any food you like at any time fearof distress Howto whole without 7 The Markets LOUISVILLE Ky FEB 2 I v K CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 73 5 00 Medium to good shipping steers 4 25 4 7fi Choice butcher steers 3 50 4 00 Medium to good butchers 250 3 Common to medium butchers 3 00 3 50 Good to choice feeders 3 23 4 00 Common to medium feeders a 75 S 00 Good to extra stock steers 2 50 3 00 Common to medium stock steers 2 CO 2 ill Good to choice stock heifers 3 25 7 Common to medium stock heifers 1 75 2 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 50 Medium to good bulls 2 25 1 00 Choice veal calves 000 50 Common to medium calves 3 00 4 W Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs B 35 Medium packer 160 to 200 Ibs n 31 Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs 620 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 5 7 Good pigs 50 to 90 Iba 5 4 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 555 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 75 4 5 Fair to good 3 og Common to medium 2 00 3 On Backs 2 00 3 00 Extra shipping lambs o 75 Best butcher lambs 6 00 Common tallendUmbi 3 oo 5joo WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mail or der house man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 expense money advanced Work ant positionpermanent No investment or experience re COOPER iCO Apr 13 St Chicago Ill S 00 Ii HOGS 3 O assl lant andencloselU Luke J d totes titdMy ail 1d LEWIS Y LKAVELt President JO WAZKEK Vie Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tin GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL ls SURPLUS Ho- B F HUDSON Cashier W O Rumisr Asst Tasbr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIREOToaS 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 Keinper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED It f I I pq I I Of LANCASTER KY J I I II II a Statmt condition Dec 30 190o RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due from battles Banking House and Lot Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures L1ABIEITES Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits 53 GO 71 H 909110 00 IIJ 00 IG000 00 76 lrt82 On 70 22 0000 00 103270 6 I6ooo oo SURPLUS M COY R L ARNOLD BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS W C FISH CAPITAL I 533334 DncaroRs I R G GUYN J S I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50OOO SURPLUS 1OUOO A B DENNY Pr Ident JOHN B STORMES Vice S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson AsstCasbr R T Embry RooKkeepm DIRECTORS T Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno TC Stormes W TT Kinnalrd THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Henderson Route Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays February and March 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 00 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sae first and third Tuesdays of February and Marb 190G Secondclasscolonist rates to California and Northwest ticket on sale daily February 15th to April 7th 180C ASK US FOR RATES Trav Pass Agt J IRWIN Gen Pass Agt 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 II L493 am1 Ia J H GALLAGHER L groundFor w Pre Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Fertilizers GrainsSeeds Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Onion Sets PotatoesPoultry Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C LEXINGTON KY t Stock of General Merchandise in Bryantsville Kentucky This is the best stand to sell goods in Kentucky My store is new clean and upto date I will sell stock of goods and the store house can be rented or leased for a term of years or it can be bought at a bargain This stock of goods is in the store house owned by Pet tus Bros and is the best business house in Garrard I am doing a business of 1500 per month For full particulars call on or address XI A TSCOTTBryantsville Kentucky SBRENTIncorporated Seedstnan Ier Sale I x I 000000 0000000I oooooooQQoo XQQ QQOOOOOO County GOOD cn I YOUNG 0 cJI oLD August Flower keeps the children healthy and strong Full of vigor and frolic the whole long So when Mamma needs more they rush in high glee And shout to the druggist Please give it to Inability to brisk and fresh in the lack of appetite pallor muddy complexion these a disordered and bad adults and children too also urgent need of taking Greens August Flower regu larly for a few Jits a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation and a tonic for body 11 JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists F rnl br K E IHcltobertH TIBS THE JEWS AND PALESTINE Present Condition of the Country and Its Possibilities When the Turk Is Eliminated There are now nearly a score of Jewish colonies in various parts of supporting themselves by tilling the land and waiting hopefully for the day when the sons of Judah shall pos sess sovereignty over their ancient in heritance The number of Jews in the Promised Land has increased astonish bigly of late years so that theVe are now more Jews Jerusalem itself than there were in all Palestine 30 years aga Indeed 20 years ago there were not more than 12000 Jews in Jerusalem and not over 30000 in all the Holy Land At present the Jews in Jerusalem are put down at 45000 In all the country at over 100000 The recent influx of Jews has been twice the number that returned with Zerubbabel from Babylon And so soon as a favorable move is made upon the political chess board of the orient the Jews are prepared to seize the op portunity for repatriation in still greater multitudes There is no doubt that with their present wealth and enterprise they could plant such a there as does not elsewhere exist in the known world says the Chicago Interior While it would be for a tithe of the present Jewish population of the world to make the Holy Land their home or to win from it subsistence they would make that country under such modern methods of cultivation and with modern for trade the joy of the whole earth But so long as the Turk rules it with his scimitar it will remain what it is today the Ni obe of nations BRAVE SOLDIERS OF CROSS Ngoni Christians in British Central Africa Display True Spirit of Christian Heroism Rev Donald Fraser of the Living stonia mission United Free Church of Scotland sends encouraging facts to the Record of Christian Work as to The readiness of Christian teachers to work for Christ in the face of hard ships In a recent Mter he says In February a party of 34 Ngonl teachers went out from Mlrambo to work among the Senga They were not long at work before sickness hroke out among them and in March KantitI Zimba one of the brightest and most lovable of them died The news of his death and of the severe illness of his fellow teacher was a painful shock and we feared that it would dampen the missionary spirit of the teachers On the Sabbath following I spoke to the people telling them of the glory that had come to Kantiti the first to lay down his life for the Se ga nnd asked for volunteers to take his place No sooner bad I entered the vestry than a line of boys followed among them five of our best teachers asking to be sent to take Kantitis place I accepted their offer and sent them out to occupy the vacant place and open new work In the deepening Christian spirit which came to some through this incident we have rejoiced that to the Ngoni it has been granted in the behalf of Christ not only to in Him but also to surer in His behalf MARTYRS VINDICATED Investigation Shows Missionaries Did Not Bring On Fatal Outbreak- at Lienchou Full details of the distressing of mob violence in Lienchou south China have now been received says the Record of Christian Work reports it is clear that the missionaries were no way to blame for the attack made on them Dr Machle removed a toy cannon which was on the mission premises but later returned it to the priests of the tem pIe They had built for idolatrofls pur poses a shed which encroached in the mission property thus breaking a previously made Some ruffians excited the crowd with tales of sacri lege and further infuriated them by showing a skeleton as an indication of how the treat Chinese pa tients The mission property was de me digestionin and Palestine in mil colony impossible facilities I i carryon I believe Fromthese in contract missionaries the i unspeakable Instance I attoycdcni pUbut iNJ f t o mission aries were launlored An official in vestigation is being made and already volunteers have come forward to take the place of those who have thus given their lives for China Bible Society Work The annual report of the New York Bible a distribution of M1C1 of Scripture of which 5434 were Bibles 142S2 New and 73445 single Gospels In this distribution there is represented no less than 32 different languages which indicates the cosmopolitan char acter of New York city Growth in Japan The increase of Christians in Japan during the year 1904 was about ten per cent In round numbers the Chris tians of Japan Protestant Roman Catholic and Greek number about 154000 church members with a com munity of about 455000 HAYSTACK CENTENNIAL One Million Dollars to Be Raised for Missions by the American Board The great campaign of the Board in the 50 leading cities of the country in the interest of foreign missions which has been begun is in spired by the centennial of the modern missionary movement which is to be celebrated in Williamstown Mass next October This year HOG is the centennary of a prayer meeting which the five young men who had a share in it never could have dreamed would be celebrated by a monument and by a worldwide observance But the marble monument has been standing at Willlamstown for nearly half a cen I socletyshowed Testaments Christian American s THK HAYSTACK MONTMEXT Commemorating Origin of Modern Mis sionary Movement which Le l to Organi ration of American Board In lTO tury antI the present year will be lnovn In missionary circles and In the councils of the American Board as the Haystack centennial Little Is known about that prayer meeting kohl under the haystack to which the five young men resorted for shelter front the thunderstorm that overtook them Even the late has not been given save that it was on a afternoon in ISOfi But tIme place Js5 known and the consecration which they there made of themselves to en gage personally in the mission to the heathen has resulted it is said in the greatest movement which Christian America has seen within a century When the campaign is ended It Is Relieved that 10000 men will have ngreed to stand behind the Amerlcari board with a special gift this year of the haystack centennial anti that the board will come to its annual meeting Jn Willlamstown and North Adams nial year A REVIVAL NEEDED Cause of Missions Would Be Advanced If Christians in This Country Were Revived Rev W J Dawson well known In this country through the missions he has conducted in various centers says We are all praying today for a great revival but assuredly no cause has so much to gain from a great revival as the missionary cause Misisonary fervor has always followed in the wake of revivals The rise of the Jes uits the birth of the Franciscan order the work of Wesley the success of the Salvation Army each is followed In turn by the organization of immense enterprises for the conversion of the heathen And it Is what with that in mind that I say that the true crux of the missionary problem today is the condition of life and thought in churches It Is in the inquiry rooms of Boston and Chicago and San Francisco that India and China will be won for Christ The greatest of all missionaries to the heathen may prove to be the evangelist who never leaves his native land A converted America means nothing less than a converted world BAPTIST IN CABINET David LloydGeorge Who Made Ad dress Before Baptist World Congress Honored One of the members of the newly formed liberal cabinet is David Lloyd George the young member of parlia ment from Wales who made a address before the Baptist World Congress in London last summer says Service Mr LloydGeorges portfolio is that of president of the board of trade In this position he will be able to render valuable assistance to the nonconformists who are battling so heroically against the iniquitous edu cation act His elevation to the office Ecems to be a reward for bold and per the discussion of his personality and the probable outcome of his appoint meat The Bible and the Pulpit Dr James M Buckley says it has to be sot only a question how to get the Bible bank in the public schools but i pw tokeep the Bible in the pulpit especially I summer millionI I lesson lour memorable TheII 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 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 WAS WITH LIVINGSTONE Rev Dr James Stewart Who Was with the Great Apostle Africa When He Died The recent death of Rev Dr Tame Stewart at Lovedale South Africa in his seventyfifth year recalls tlm serv ices of this faithful and distinguished friend of David Livingstone It was through Livingstones influence that Stewart devoted himself to the serv ice of time Master in the great Dark Continent He was with Livingstone when Mrs Livingstone died on their way up the Zambesi to Nyassa He was present in Westminster when Liv ingstone was laid to rest His own general assembly honored him for his service at Lovndale making him its moderator upon the occasion of his last to Scotland Lord Milner called him the biggest human in South Like Livingstone he was vio lently opposed to the Doers whom he regarded as uniformly cruel in their treatment of the natives So strongly was he in favor of the English author ity in the Transvaal says the Chicago Interior that he sought to commit the assembly of his church to an indorse ment of the English claims in the South African war For nearly 40 years Dr Stewart has been connected with the institutions at Lovedale and through this work has come into touch with all the native tribes along the Zambesi and its tributaries Lovedale is still the great native college of South Africa but in addition to his labors there Dr Stewart founded in stitutions at and Ulan tyre He was permitted to see for which his great forerunner Livingstone blazed the way NEW CHAIR FOR MISSIONS Yale Adds a Professor of Theory and Practice of Missions to Di vinity Faculty A professor of the theory and prac tice of missions has been added to the divinity faculty of Yale university The appointee is Rev Harlan P Beach From the news Item as published in the New York Sun we learn further The plan of this professorship Is to allow Mr Beach one year out of every three for foreign study and travel especially in the far east By this method the university will be kept in close touch not only with the Yale mission in China butwith all the ed ucational and religious movements in nonChristian countries Mr Beach who was for ten years a missionary In China is the author of a standard work on mission The Geography and Atlas of Protestant Misisons and is recognized as one of the leading mis sionary authorities in the world HENRY ITTEfiSONS The WeeHy Courier Journal CENTRAL RECORD BOTH ONE YEAR for ONLY 150o Few people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all 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unpaid tax of said delinquents for the year IWi as set forth opposite their names The sonic Includes penalty and cost of advertising As the same is paid the names will disappear LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT NOl Boyle Henry town lot 70 Cuniiiuglmm Mary 2 Jones J A 1 town lot Truylor Allen 1 town lot 11 55 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT XO 1 Anderson Rebecca town lot 1- 5lltirnsides Mary 1 town lot 5 20 Jones Jim Jrl town lot S 10 JeuniuKrf Jco Ilrethet 1 acre Leave Ceo V 1 town lot Leavell George 1 town lot 70 Middvt Dtiob l ncrc SCO- Sailer Heirsl town lot to- Tiirplu Ella 1 town lot ru- TevU Madlsuii I town lot Talor Lucy 1 town lot BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTHICT XO 2 Allen Mrs William J5 acres 4 f5 Bro A n Mary Co acres 4 10- Clieatham EHsha li acres 5 so Hudson H acres Sv 10 Lear J T40 acres IT n Pollard John 4 Hires Mrs Susie 1C acres 10 IO- Sadler Ellen 10 acres 70 fhvrrow MissSallie 1 acre 2 M Williams lot 5 Jo- BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT XO Cochrau Frank 4 acres f io Cochran Henry 1 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AND TAR soothes and heals the inflamed air allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold Is the only prominent cough medicine oa the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind this account issafestfor children- It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children wits weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Folsya Honey and Tar and refuse that cost you the same as the genuine Do not take chances with sonic unknown preparation Consumption Threatened C Ungcr 211 Maple St Champiagn Ill writes 1 was troubed with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys HOley and Tar it cured me and I have not been trou bled since Three 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size 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