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THE CENTRAL RECORD SIXTEESTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 9 1906 r x NUMBBoiS GUARANTEED DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS at Hatchets Axes Saws Grubbing Hoes Picks Mattox In fact ALL KINDS TOOLS warrant Try them and be convinced Quality the Be t Prices are Right L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Dentist Office over Thompona store st uWI sr w If- ft IHASELDEN OROS I I I r I I 1 I I Ve I i I I I I I R I J ll11m T 3 i everyone l tNmMM1J1- f tCIOURISFARIS- 3 a llnu aall as aag atlir aa Local Gossip Circuit court hpjiins Monday All kinds of weather this week Stanford has a hustling commercial club Butter is very scarce and high are way down The new bank wants to begin about Sep 1 The Baptist Aid Society will meet with Mrs C D Powell Monday night The U D C will meet with Mrs Fan nie Farra next Monday afternoon at 230 oclock Read our clubbing with the Cincinnatti daily Post Only 2 50 for both papers pile year Wanted Wanted 20007 pounds of wool market price W R Gott Co There were almost as many people In town Saturday afternoon as come in on court day Business was good too Judge Ford has had a water faucet placed in front of the court house for the convenience of the thirsty public Farmers were never so well advanced with plowing The weather has been fine for farm work nearly all winter Rev Mr Brown who preached two excellentsermonsat the Presbyterian church Sunday will likely be called as pastor though no definite steps have been taken as yet Mr L M Rue of the real estate firm of Rue Currey Jlarrodsburg was here Monday closing up the deal for the farm near Camp Dick Robinson re cently sold by McGrath and Route to N J Gosney Mr II B Northcottthe poultry man has moved his headquarters to Mul fingers stand on Public Square at corner of Lexington street where he will be glad to see all his old friends and new ones wanting the best prices for what they have to sell Post Office Moved The post office at Point Leavell has been moved from the store at the to the store of Noah Spainhower about threequarters of a mile nearer Paint Lick Mr Spainhower has been appointed postmaster Flying Machine The managers of the Lancaster fair which will be held July 18 19 and 20 have made a contract for the exhibi Lion of a flying machine on each day of the fair This will be a novel feature and attract large crowds I bus- Iness Highest station s titer Get In The HQbit 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 New Spring Org 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 Joseph Mercantile to t I I m r Bro Tinders subject for Sunday morning is Our Religion the even InK subject being The Genuine Woman Mrs Susan Price was taken suddenly ill the first of the week and as this is written is in a very critical condition She is Hearing her ninety first year The host of Lancaster friends of Dr Wm Simpson Elkin of Atlanta are greatly gratlfiefl to learn that he is rapidly recovering from his recent ill ness Eld F M Tinder was in Covington Thursday where he delivered a lecture to a mass meeting or the Licking Union of the Christian Endeavor Society Two unsigned communications were sent to this office this week and were promptly consigned to the waste bas ket Will people ever learn the rule in regard to unsigned communications Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard Court will convene Monday with 16 equity 5 ordinary 1 appeal constituting the appearance docket The 30 indictments found at last term will he called Of these 25 are against Chute negroes for selling whiskey and vagrancy case aginst Will Ward for killing Patterson will be called as will also that against the negro Stewart lumber for killing Will Merritt Tnere is no large of work and it is believed the dockets will be well cleared up Work on Turnpikes The last session of the Fiscal Court under provisions of the general road law authorizing and empowering the county judge to order and receive bids for putting metal on the turnpikes and make provision for the same for the year 1DOG in accordance therewith Judge Ford has had posters print ed calling attention of prospective bid ders to the fact We are informed by the county attorney J E Robsnson that under the law as interpreted by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky the Fiscal Court can elect but one in event the court fails or to elect a supervisor the road overseers in the respective road pre eincts of the county shall superintend the contracts so let by county judge The maintainance and supervision of the turnpikes is a big job and costs an enormous of money and it is remarka ble that they are kept np well as they are especially here in Central Ken tucky where so much heavy hauling is done Garrard Countys Entry Her many friends in Garrard and counties are delighted with the great success Miss Mary Lear is making in her race In the Courier Journals TourOfEurope Contest There are quite a number of entries in this district and the fact that she has remained near the of the list shows the splendid chance she has of winning the honor Miss Lear is one of Garrard comitys most attractive and popular young ladies and her le gion of friends are doing all in their power forlier Clip the coupon from your daily Courier Journal and if you will kindly inform Miss Lear at Paint Lick of your Intention of help ing her addressed envelopes wili be sent you in which to send her your ballots The dates on each coupon the day to which it is good so please dont keep tnem too long If you live in Lancaster and will leave your coupons at The Record Office we will gladly send them in Let everybody help the Garrard county lady win this honor show county pride by helping her Full information as to the con test is printed in each copy of Doing Splendid Work The work of lIon Clarence E Woods as Mayor of Richmond will not only save the taxpayers of that good city many dollars but will result in the establishing of a system of keeping the citys books whereby every can and will know just where every penny of the thousands of dollars col lected off the people goes to Mayor Woods does not raise the cry of fraud but simply wants every dealing made public every payment of the peoples money sp made and so recorded that anyone can look at the and in ten minutes see exactly whats what He instituted an Investigation of the citys affairs for some years back and not a scrach of pen could be found for some of time As stated above there is no intimation of graft or misappropriation of funds but he wants the affairs conducted in a bust nesslike way How many people know where and for what their taxes are paid Under the general rule it would take two weeks to figure It out even when the books are kept up to a standard At Richmond now detail of the council proceedings is in the paper and there is no kick from the taxpayers over the small amount paid the papers for the space Mr Woods Is backed up by every rightthinking person and his war for PUBLICITY will result in much good He Eked that a law be passed requir clerk attorney or any citizen could look at the books in any town and see in an instant just where the city stood The value of such a law is readily seen Mr Woods is doing a great work and his efforts will be of advantage even in other towns cases and nrv amount large head books keepingIn Valley Circuit The supervisor refuses adjoining shows the Courier Journal taxpayer the reasonable published I NEW ORGANIZED A Local People Organize New State Bank for Will Erect New and Modern Building Good Men for Officers As stated in last issue of The Rec ord the to organize and establish a and trust com pany In Lancaster has proven quite sue cessful all the capital being quickly subscribed in fact most all the subscribers wanting more than it was deemed advisable for any one man to hold in that if the shareholders were distributed equally over the county much better would be derived The fiftythousand dollars capital was made up last week and a meeting held Tuesday at which time the following officers were chosen R E McRob erts president C Eubanks 1st vice president J B Bourne 2nd vice dent The name decided upon is TI e Garrard Bank and Trust Company It was decided to establish a State buck as such institutions are prc milted to handle a class of business of vast help to farmers and stock men which National banks can not handle In other words a State bank can take mortgages whereas National banks can only make loans upon personal security If deemed advisable later on the trust feature will be added The fact that stock in the new institution was eagerly taken many wishing to double their subscription goes to show that the institution will prove a pay ing investment The new building will be erected at once tine of the good features being the building of thesafety vault which will place at the disposal of the up to date box service such as is en joyed only by the people ot large cities For a very reasonable fee you can have a box absolutely burglar and fire proof in which to place your pri vate papers receipts notes insurance policies diamonds silver and other valuables These boxes will be at your disposal during banking hours and ab solutely no one but yourself will have access thereto The house will be with every modern equipment tile floors directors room toilet room and plenty of desk room for the public The heating will be by steam supplied from the boilers of the new hotel which by the way will heat every room in the hotel block Work on the new block will begin as soon as weather premits and probable that the bank building will be ready for occupancy by September 1st This room will be absolutely fire proof the floor over the basement in which safety boxes are located and the second floor over the bank being constructed of steel and concrete case the hotel burns the bank will be absolutely safe The following directors were chosen R E McRoberts H K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson B Sanders J R Haselden R L Elkin L G Davidson C A Robinson V A Lear I M Dunn Rooert L Burton W L Lawson T C Rankin W M Bogie Jeff T Dunn Johnson Price L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods J B Bourne W G Gooch J C Eubanks J C Hemphill Henley V Bastin The following committee was to draft articles of incorpora tion Wm Herndon R H Tomlinson R L Davidson E L Woods and W G Kemper They performed this duty and same were adopted The following committees were pointed On cashier H T Logan Johnson Price J R Haselden Banks Hudson R L Elkin on situation R E McRoberts H T Logan Banks Hudson on building Banks Hudson W B Burton J R Haselden on I M Dunn W G Kemper J C Hemphill on stationery Y A Lear R L Elkin W G Kemper on bylaws Wm Herndon R H Tomlin L Davidson W G Kemper R E McRoberts on safe II T Logan W G Gooch E L Woods on insurance and bonds W G Kemper E L Woods L K Perkins Former Lancaster Man The Impelment and Vehicle News prints a rather good likeness of Mr A H Rice a former Lancaster boy who has many friends here and adds this Colonel A H Rice is sales manager for the Kentucky Drill Co Division of the American Seeding Machine Co with headquarters at Louisville Mr Rice is one of those genial wholesoul ed gentlemen whom it is a pleasure to know That he is an experienced man is evidenced by the long experience he has had in the business He was connected with the Hoosier Drill Co for nine years before the consolidation of the various concerns and for two years held a position as assistant sales manager with the Seeding Machine Co before it was decided to establish the differ entdivisions after which he was made sales manager for the Kentucky Drill Co division Strayed Or Stolen Large dark bay horse 7 years old with star in fore head black mane and tall horse is in good condition will return to W E Moss Lancaster and receive reward Was seen at Lowell Tuesday afternoon The Baptist Ladies Aid Society vrtll have a handkerchief and candy sale in the room over the Joseph Mercantile Vs store Saturday March 17th The public is cordially invited and your patronage will be appreciated I BAN new publican It isquite T appointed ape sonR II t I Lancaster movement necessary results pre I fitted son furniture Implement American Finder t C t j The above is a fairly good likeness i f Miss Mittie Dunn Garrard countys popular and efficient superintendent of Public Schools Miss Dunns and competent work is giving er tire satisfaction to the people and she is being highly complimented on the able way she is managing the office You can count on doing every piece of printing for us that can be dune in your shop The new bank will be strictly for home enterprises said one of the promo teis of the Garrard Bank and Trust Co to the Record yesterday Freight Wreck The south bound freight train eight or ten cars just above Paint Lick Saturday and traffic and mail were greatly interferred with until late that night The wreck occured at the same point Sells Brothers was wrecked some years ago at which time three or four people were killed and a large tiger liberated The animal created an excitement which is well remembered by people living in that section of the county at the time 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 adhere to Please remem ber this arid prepare your 0 ads early v ditched circus too faithful Q Q Q- e e- Q Q 6 00000000000000000O DELIGHTED IB Thats the word of all those i who come here for their g and by the l have just received that New L line of Sea TRIMMINGS IEi all the new effects in PERSIAN and GOLD BANDS and E WASH BRAIDS I New and nobby patterns are ar S riving daily in our Silk and jffl Dress Goods department In this Department you will find all the Novelties to be found in an uptodate Furnishing Store Shoes Ties Shirts We try to make friends of our customers THE LogaxiTry Goods jg JilImrmr ralD m merchandise waywe m MEWS Ii I rn CO IPANY I 1 PoIsT4INosI J 1 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 00 0 0000 III DO III toOOO oootOOMO I I oooooootOOOOOO SPRINC STOCK I HTLogan 1 v N Wt LMr nft Vfi S E JE I Clover Blue Grass Orchard Grass IMillet Cane Corn and Hemp Seed Car load Northern recleaned and clipped oats just rEceived I in Barrels and 100 pound sacks Prompt service Your orders appreciated BANKS HUDSON 11 n V A A P YP yP Timothy The best grades of Coal Feed Etc Ballards Flour CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly too per LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KatHail Hatter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and ear Second Clase Lancaster Ky March 9 1906 The school superintendent and teach ers right in supporting the practice of reading the Bible in the public school and rightminded citizens generally will support by personal expressions of confidence and approval If they errat all it is in the direction of yielding to the current sophistry atout denomina tional difference and their discouraging influence on this wise custom Neith er denominational prejudices nor the spirit of unbelief should be suffered to banish the Bible from the schools Discerning Christian thinkers have 1nig abandoned the evangelistic theory of Bible study and are content to rest their case upon it as literature In this they must be sustained The literary qualities of the Bible and its historical meanings are such that no one who has a liberal education is un familiar with its most celebrated pas sages The most approved vocabulary of literature is drawn from the Bible and Shakespeare The great masters of style ackuowledge these two sources as the springs of their power Every child in the public schools of the States ought to know and love the sublime action ot the book of Job tlu surpassing melody and imagery of the Psalms the sententious worldlywise philosophy of Proverbs the exalted poetry of Isaiah the powerful spiritual exhortations of Jesus the noble elo Undertaker J Beazley United f A Arterlal 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 quence of Paul The literary value of these writings the ennobling influence they possess for the enlightened mind can not be forgotten without grave injustice to the intellectual life of the rising generation It is a false eclec ticism or humility that would yield upon this principle to the clashes of cleuouiiations or she demands of and arrogant intideity whether in the public school or institutions of higher learning Everyone familiar with the hard work done by Ed Leigh secretary fo Guy Reckham knows that he receives the smallest compensation of any olllcial in Frankfort and deserves more pay than half those drawing taLLer salaries He is absolutely indispen sable in the executive ollice knows how to treat the throngs of people there every dav and keeps the work right up to the dot every day If the Legislature fails to pass the proposed law giving him a decent each member should be ducked in the river We do not write this be cause E 1 is one of the cleverest fellows in Kentucky but from the fact that he earns double what he is getting and ought to have it An Indiana court has just decided that a minister of the gospel is as much entitled to his salary as the man in any other profession That is certainly a just decision for the preachers earn far more than they are paid and they should receive every cent of their salary Any man who has to get up le fore a congregation of hardened old sinners most of whom he knows should and will kick chunks in the next world and try to hammer into them should be paid any salary he asks Heres a tonic by the of which we might all get a little rich blcod out of No one can grow while his thoughts are self centered Thesympathiesof the man who thinks only of himself are soon dri 1 up Self consciousness acts as a paralysis to all expansion strangles enlargement kills aspiration cripples executive ability The mind which accomplishes things out not in it is focused upon its object not upon itself Many of the papers are throwing boquets at Editor Harry Sommers of the Ellzabethtown sews in his name as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Govenor Some mighty nice things have been said of him and they are all richly deserved too Harry Sommeis s a Christian gentlemen and theres ing in the gift of the people too good for him The National Educational is making a hard fight to have phonetic spelling become universal If the sages at the head of the forced to run a printing office in which there were several at the trade they would be convinced that phonetic spelling had already made rapid progress in universal The countyunit prohibition bill was knocked into a cocked hat by the whisky lobby at Frankfort and the r impious salary Kentucky religion Success looks present- Ing Association project were beginners becom- Ing editor Init I I p J j 3 I I f j I D lf IS A new car of Wire Fence I iI on the Market 1 Ask our prices on CoIlarscoIlar Pads Hames BackBands m 11 OR YOU NEED ON ROMANS ELMORE J ee ereeee eeveeoeo load Best Fence 1 Straps ANYrHINd YOUR FARM t y 5 f 4 c1 JMt xr tF vc3YfI Q 4 del closing the Luutsvilc iu Sunday proved to be of no effect Theres no use talking boodle and booze can come very near accomplish ing anything these days The speculators who bought up all the eggs expectinga severe winter to shortefi the crop are left with a tre mendous supply of hen fruit on hand This looks like tough luck but the speculators will quietly hold the eggs until next winter when they will be sold to the suffering public Editor Allen of the Cynthiaua Democrat has purchased the plant of one of his competitors and will add i to his already splendid equipment The Democrat is one of the best papers published in Kentucky Jim editorials are always full of wit and good boss sense A Pennsylvania collector of internal revenue has just destroyed over 77000 bad cigars If Uncle Sam is going to stop the sale of mean cigars what will the good wives do for Christmas pre sents for hubby The Bible socity of Savannah Ga is going to place copies of the Bible in every hotel room in that city We persume this to comply with the law requiring hotels to have a Ore escape in each room Many of the college students who are just now parading in mortar board caps should begin to learn how to use the trowel as most of them will have to get down to work adapted to their capacity wise school closes The Frankfort Journal says a man has solved the motherin law problem by killing his but in so he has doubtless jumped from the frying pan iota the lire In a Louisiana card game the other day one of the players shot his partner dead for trumping his ace He should b2 acquitted on the ground of homicide 1AIM LICK We have a new meat shop in our town Miss Mattie Wiley is quite sick at this writing s Mrs Fannie Koehler began a select school at New lope Monday Ernest Woods aud Wade Walker eft Tuesday for Hot Springs Ark Walker Conley has returned to his place of business at Peoples Bank here Rev Tinder of your city preached for our people here Tuesday evening Mr Walter Hammack lias gone to Mt Sterling to clerk for Mr Ah Old ham W F Champ has returned from the city where he has been to purchase new goods Mrs Ely has her spring stock of Mil linery Mrs Jennings will go to Monday for her stock Rev Neil Presley ofMexlco lectured at New Hope last Sunday morning It was at his home the lamented Miss Fannie Wallace died a few years ago Aegave a very impressive talk on the heroic work done by her as a there All parties knowing themselves to me will please call and set tie with me or with Mr Jack Adams at OLC2 as my business must bo wound up without delay tf W S Fish Paint Lick Ky BEUNA VISTA Mrs Joe Hamilton is a victim of fever Mrs Fletcher Ison left last Thursday for Independence Mo The dogs entered Fletcher Rubles lock of sheep and killed several Holhs Ransdell and Calon Lane of Richmond were here on business last week Misses Florence Christopher and Levie Shearor were guests of Mrs A D Armstrong in Harrodsburg last Tuurs day Three students from Asburg college came over to Lindendale school house and held services Saturday and Miss Virginia King ana brother Will visited their sister Maddellee at Belle view college aud attended the college play their Monday evening News was received here Sunday of the death of Mr Jerry T occured at Lexingto Mr Wilson was post master and merchant here He has a number of friends in this locality who regret to learn his death STONE Mrs Irena Preston is on the sick list Mr George Sewall sold some hogs at 5i cents Mr T II Green has been confined to bed for several days Messrs Todd Green and Charley Mlt chell left last week for Illinois Mrs Patty Ramsey has been quite ill but Is better at this writing Mr Clay Fowler sold his stallion Sailor Boy toDr fancy price Mrs Zillie Ray died at her home on Sunday and was buried in the old family buryingground Mr CM Moberly and wife visited their daughter Mrs Myrtle Speaks at Paint Lick C W Mitchel and daughter Mrs Blanch Grow visited her Louis at Tyrant and spent several days Messrs C S Sanders Lqyd Sander Ulyses Preston and JTD Rav made a business trip to Louisville this week i in s Somerset do- Ing justifiable Cincinnati missionary Indebted Sunday his Berklns for a l j tae Allen wit N1 son Y rrr3 s Teailutlons Upon ati of H Kinnaira At a meeting of the directors and other officers of the Bank of Lancaster Kentucky at their banking house on Tuesday March GthlOOg the following resolutions to the men ory of the late WH Kinnaird were unatnitmusly adopted Be it Resolved That in the death of Kinnaird this county has lost one of its best men and this bank A wise coun selor and most devoted friend He went in and out before the people of this section of Kentucky for many years and his ways were ways of up tightness Large interests were en trusted to his care and management andhe was faithful in their discharge He was among the foremost building for the good of his church his townhs county Those who knew him best loved most He was true to his friends For nearly forty years he was cashier of this institution retiring from that position in the year 1898 on account of advancing age but he remained a and took an active interest in his duties as such We shall miss his and kind words of advice in the of the Board of We join with this whole in mourning his death and pray Gods comfort and richest bless log upon his family Be it futber Resolved That we spread these reso our minute book publish them in The Central Record and give a copy to the family MAKKSBUllY Nelson Marsee sold a horse for 20 Bryan Ballard is very ill at his home with pneumonia Mr Clint Moore is convalescing after several days illness Mr Doolin bought a pair of three year old mules or 220 Frank Robinson sold to B G Fox of Danville a mule for 165 Mr Bob Rout made a business trip to Hustonsville last week Fleece Herring sold a good road horse to J A Wood of Danville for 150 Rev Reagan of Preachersville was the guest of Mr Cobb and family Thursday Misses Wadelle and Joe Hellen Maret left Monday for ten days at Fort Thomas sold to C A Robinson a team of mules for 365 He also bought- a pair of mules for 275 C A Robinson sold a mule to Beti Bright of Boyle County for 9200 and to B G Fox one for 140 Miss Katie Mav Farley who is the Academy at Harrodsburg spent several days at home last week Misses Bessie and Fannie Poindexter have returned home after a pensant visit to Mr John Baker and family of Burgln MissCarrie McDowell who has been the pleasant visitor of Mr Poindpxter and familv inns returned to her home Valley Rev Williams from the Theological Seminary Lousville will preach at the Fork church at eleven oclock next Sunday morning The members are especially invited to be present Miss M E Markshury began teach n school Monday at Rice Academy with a large number of pupils The small boy had better take warning and wear twocoats or it will be to his sorrow Mr Gosney and family of Fayette have moved on the farm he recently purchased from Mr Dick McGrath while Mr McGrath moved to his farm bought of Jenkins at Bryantsvllle LOWELL Mrs Jack Parton from Corbin is visiting her sister Mrs Will Brown Mr Filmore Richard of Alum Springs was to see Mrs Will Ralston last week Mr Merrell Bourne from below spent a few days with Bertran Spratt last week Mr Mack Henderson visited his ter Mrs Will Howe at Duncannon last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sarah Darrell of White Hall and Mrs Martha Ralston were enter tamed last week by Mrs Mary Ralston Mr Ed Hurt who has been with home folks for a few weeks has to hiss home at Winchester BE1TIS Capt Am Bourne attended court Richmond Monday Mr West Sutton bought of Join Collier three calves for 43 Miss and Eugenia Bourne were visitors in Preachersville last weekE Bourne and Tom Walls went to Paint Lick Saturday to sell their to bacco Mr Ben Sutton and wife and Mr Rift Bourne and wife were at home SundayThe trader Mr McWill lams will leave in a few days forAdtre County to buy cattle WSBettls has recovered from a of typhoid fever and complete line of spring goods Charlie Leak the well known is errecting large stock for Dave Spoonamore of Hubble Charlie is the best nail driver in the State Strayed or Stolen Bay mare about 8 years old 15f hands high with small white spot in heavy mane and tall lays on her left side Missed from the old HoraceWithers placeon Stanford Dike February 25th Reward ref MP Rout Marksbury Ky WJatSwbpe Lexington Ky theD I V WIT director Directors community e lutioos upon Mr Goins attending at Pewee C Lancaster returned tt Abby a l rehead e 1t I National meetings w T severe spell liana carpenter bam Man tar Ni Mrs f Whats The Matter With Kentucy By W J Lamjitoii at ft ISarqnut u St v York Kentucky is the grandest State in time sisterhood she led the list of prize winners at the St Louis Exposition she stands in the forefront of etc etc From a banquet exordium by a xentuckey Colonel duly sober Hooray for Old Kentucky She has woo the premium hunch And she leads the whole procession Of time Exposition bunch By thunder Shes a wonder Yet it isnt plain to me That Kentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hooray for Old Kentucky Where the famous Blue Grass grows Where the woods are full of timber And the mellow Bourbon flows By thunder Shes a wonder Yet it isnt plain to me That Kentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hoorry for Old Kentucky Where the crops of Colonels thrive Where the women are the finest And the prettiest olive By thunder Shes a wonder Yet it isnt plain to me That Kentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hooray for Old Kentucky Where the horse is always king And the blue grass pastured cattle Get the ribbons in the ring By thunder Shes a wonder Yet it isnt plain to me That Kentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hooray for Old Kentucky Where the hemp and wheat and corn And the golden leafed tobacco Fill the cornucopal horn By thunner Shes a wonder Yet it isnt plain to me That Kentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hooray for Od Kentucky She has iron and coal and say She has gravel in her gizzard And she gave the nation Clay By thunder Shes a wonder But it isnt plain to me That Kentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hooray for Old Kentucky She has yet some men so great That although they grunt they carry The burden of the State By thunder Shes a wonder But it isnt plain to me ThafKentucky is exactly What a great State ought to be Hooray for Old Kentucky She has got a glorious name And the stuff in mind and matter To prepetuate the same By thunder Shes a wonder But brethren do you think That Kentucky is exactly Oh well lets take a drink we cannot get a toddy Lets go outsidt and shoot some body Greatly Reduced Rates To The West And Southwest On the fist and thud Tuesday in March loot the SOUTHERN RAIL WAY will have on sale special one way and roundtrip excursion rates to many points in the west and South westWe will also have on sale up to April 7th incl OneWay settlers Rates to California and North Pacific Coast Points at extraordinary low rates For full particulars address City Ticket Agent WG Morgan Depot Ticket Agent or J F Logan Trav Pass Agent 111 East Main Street Lexington Ky It H C King That SmootkFinish And mP So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work LaundryIf LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky By a special arrangement with the publishers we enable to send ni cnraoATi The CENTRAL RECORD Both one Year for only 250 This means you must pay up all you owe to The Record and ONE YEAR IN offer lasts for a few days only Send to Tie Central Record Lancaster The is printed at 2 oclock PM and gets to night at 826 This s the best bargain we have ever offered our patrons MaN B marka l DAILY POST 111 asters me Offer AND ADVANCE This all orders Post p w 1 vj Only a Days of the AT Sweeneys Old Stand The goods and you should call once Watch for our of arrival of the im mense stock of Spring HOaft Proprietor THE WORKiNG MANS FRIEND INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will prevent improve the Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store h l w i ff I few r LEb n I i at J JewI GOODS I i 9 rr J OOCOOOOOOC OC 1 I I I X X I I GeneralS I 2 I I 2oocOOOOOOO OC C oee F BIG I THE BLL F1fflT are moving rapidly an noU ii cement WmHerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drag store NEW Millinery Store NEW STOCK I have just returned from the cities where I purchased splendid stock newupto 1 MILLINERY and take pleasure in Inviting the public to call and the same We have all the Newest Creationsa- nd our prices will suit all experienced trimmer will be in charge to please you es ADA mum at Miss Noels old stand Richmond street PHONE 180 Kim Dyspepsia Cur MfMt wild ymi Mrt r Ibrod I I I I I X aI16 1 I InspectI I I I I A I I I I I ooeeeeooeoeeoaoooeooooo0000000 r L y00100 01f00 N r 1 3 3 I IHfifle A Letter t to any member cf f The City Council or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShooting or any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as ftr as possible Back up your of fibers by YOUR MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if you are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you whole truth not ungrounded suspi clan tell all you know with out fear or favor Dont say the olllcers are In collusion with vice unless you can the fact A TAXPAYER for this county util adjoining territory fJO expense money advanced Work nut p permanent No Investment or experience re Write at onto for full particulars enclose selfaddrcsdud COOPER A CO Apr 13 131 L ke St Chicago Ill j thinktell sub- stantIate orderSal- ary end eX lIlIes U and c 1- vN 4 9tos rte Gr WE SELL GENUINE OliverJukaa ann Syracuse e I PLOW POINTS D jat buy imitations if yon want good results Best line of plows ever offered to the trade MOUNT ELKIN Sole agents for American Fence r J f i 3 J 0 l G r Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Ws Are In Mr George Farris spent Sunday with his home folks Mr Arthur C Mahan of Williams burg is here for several months Miss Curdle Hamilton is again with her sister Mrs William Hamilton Miss Susie Hilton of Broadhead is visiting her sister Mrs R II Batson Mr and Mrs Herbert Price of ville have been visiting relatives here Miss Dove Harris of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs Sim Anderson Mr Morris Dudley has joined his wife for a visit to Mr and Mrs James Hill Miss Dale Grant has been cor fined to her room for two weeks with grip Mrs Doom of Midcllcsburrough FREE Begi n n i ngMarch 1 st with every 20111 Sale present you with of the following free i Oxidized Hall Rack Price 350 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 Dunlap Successors toJA Beazley Co visited Mrs Pattie Kinnaird the past week Mr Kirk Tillettof Danville spent Sunday with Misses Martha Tillett Miss Chastine Rucker Lick Ins been the guest of Miss Grace Pat terson Miss Nell Johnston left Tuesday for a visit to her cousin Mrs Hardin of London Mr Burton Faris and wife of visited Dr G C Faris and wife SundayLittle Miss Gladys Frisbie of Louis yule is visiting her grandmother Mrs J W Miller Saturdays Courier Journal contained r to I I I Lillie r Ve either I II I and Same of Paint Richmond A Dans S purchase t i a beautiful picture of little Miss Dnnlup Miss Rebecca Rice of Richmond has been visiting Misses Tommie and Lucy Francis Ballard of Byrantsville has been visiting Mrs John Ballard Danville avenue Mr John Anderson who has been visiting relatives here has returned to his home in Mc Kinney Messrs Frazier P Hurt and Charley B tnone left Monday for Lexington where they enter K U Miss BettieBroaddus has returned from the city with a beautiful line of spring and summer millinery Mr Dave Walker has returned from a visit to his brothers Will and Joe Walker of Deeson Mississippi Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson visited Lexington and witnessed Sothern and Marlowe in Taming the Shrew Prof Evans and wife will give a literary entertainment April Glh un der the auspices of the W C T U Prof Mannix and Miss Robinson at tended the National Educational As ociation in Louisville the past week Robert Walter has gone to Kings ville to accept a position in the furni ture store of his uncle G A Walter Mr Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City has been visiting his parents Mrs D M Lackey Mr Lackeys Lan caster friends are always glad to see himMessers W A Arnold W B Burton Thro Currey Misses Allie Arnold and Pearl Bettis went to Lexington to see Sothern and Marlowe in Tam lug of The Shrew Mr Louis Herndon who has been with Belknap Co Louisville for sometime has accepted a position with Haselden Bros and will make his home here Snag is a tine fellow GOODS My stock of Spring and Summer Ip ly invite the ladiSs to call and e b JUJ More Complete or Handsomer kM line anywhere P 3 9s while the goods are 1 j all in and get first choice m S Everything in the most ffl- JP f Up Styles 1 m Patterns and Trimmings p Bettie Broaddasi Mrs Ellis j will Mrand frz m1 y 0 B II1Em 11 tI ArrIvIng I I Iis now arriving and 1 cordial goods knowing that you cannot find a Prettier f2 Come to date iMiss F2lmgZW Eugenic i 1 G id jftlhhlNI fl G seethe h J r 1 tTENTIQN I highest mar Iii ket price for Lggs l Me t L rdEtcl is being Paid by II 6 DfVID62 2 E e ir N t CoooOOO oooaaooooo I The r7 Butter Lk Nt K and his many friends are glad to him back Lexington Herald The of Miss Marie Griffin of this city to the Rev E B Bourland of St Joseph Mo is announced The wedding will be celebrated on April the fourth The news is of much interest as both young people are very popular Miss Griffin is the daughter pf Mr and Mrs J W Griffin and is one of Lexingtons brightest and most attractive young women and her fiance is a brilliant young minister of St Joseph lie is a Kentuckian his former home being in Madisonville and is popular and ad mired here where he is well known SAVIOURS FAST of Forty By Lent Which Began Last Week Last Wednesday was the first of Lent Lent is a fast of forty days kept in imitation of the Saviours fast in the desert and to prepure by to celebrate the memory of his resurrection at the end of this from the spiri tual death of sin to a new life to partake of thtfjoy of his resurrec tlon at the end of the this holy season But thee number of people who know how Lent is fixed each year is extra ordinarily small Easter Sunday is the feast of the re surrection the crowning act of man kinds redemption It is this that closes the long fast of Lent and it is from this day each year that the Catholic Church dates its calendar The church that Easter is to be celebrated annually on the fourteenth day of the moon following the equinox Take the almanac for the year 1900 and it will be that the vernal equinox occurs on March 21 The following moon appears on March 24 and the Sunday following the next fourteen days brings us to April 15 Hence April 15 is to be Easter Sunday Now count back forty days Sundays omitted and Ash Wednesday will tall on Feb ruary 28 Easterof Pasch is one of the g eitest festivals of the year The word Pasch has come down through more than thirty centuries The Jews have their Pasch as Catholics have theirs Pasch means passage In the old law it signified tin passage of the Angel of the Lord over the land of Pharaoh during the night when was slain the first born of every house on which he did not see the blood of a lamb Pha raoh then allowed the Jews to depart from Egypt To Christians in the new law the Pasch signifies the glorious passage of the Saviour from death to lifeOn very threshold of the Apostle and Disciples began to commemorate this passage and whenever it was possible they in Jerusalem for its observance Hence it is mantained that the cele bration of Easter is of opostolic insti tution Nw Carpet DepartmentCARPETS RH Batson Trees Plants Vines For the Spring of 1906 The BLUE GRASS NURSERIES at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rheu barb Asparagus Etc We employ no agents Strawberry and catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons has an elaborate line of Si distinctive HEADWEAR j- jfg direct from the Fashion Centers- A cordial invitation is i extended to all to call and Pt see the new styles 5 5 SinnJ mm welcome DaysTyplfied penance day provides CARPETSCARPETS general Xf Ii Millinery I Miss Sallie Tillet f 1I CR jY engagement particular noted Christianity assembled a Little Pocket Physician Hyomol Inhaler that is Guarantsed by R E McRoberts to Cure Catarrh Thousands who have been cured by Hyomci call the inhaler that comes with every outfit The little pocket physician as it is so small that It can be carried in the pocket or purse Prior to the discovery of Hyomei statistics showed that at least 97 out of every 100 persons in this state were suffering from catarrh is some form The remarkable results following the use of Hyomei are shown by the percentage today of people from catarrh There is really no excu whatever for anyone having that Hyomei is so readily obtainable If you have any doubt its R E McRoberts will let you have a complete outfit with the understanding that it cures catarrh ft will cost you a cent A complete ttyomfi outfit consists of the little pocket physician a medicine dropper d a bottle of Hy omei and costs rally 1 while bottles of Hyomei can be pro cured for 5o cents making it the most economical as well as the most relia ble treatment for the cure of catarrh Do not delay longer the use of Hyomei if you have catarrh This is a purely local disease and Hyomei goes right to the spot where the ca tarrbal germs are present destroys then soothes and heals all and makes a permanent and last ing cure Business Items I want vour side meat will pay good prices H M Uallou I dont think Ward handles any 5ct corn or any thing else of that quality Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just receiven by Banks Hudson I will pay the highest price for butter II M Ballou Dogongood Brand We have a large line ot the celebrat ed Dorongood Brand of Hosiery the made 2t Powell Co Dishes Dishes Dishes Ward has em 2t Silver Wyandotts sitting G Swinebrord tf Lancaster You can get a good pair of suspenders at Wards for 15 cents 2t I will not be undersold Smoke that please II M Ballou 2t Dont fail to come to our Tailoring Opening February 28th and March 1st at which time you csn have your We pay highest chsh price eggs 2t W H Ward 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 Herudon I do handle the bast coffee let no one throw you off II M Ballou 2t Bring us your shoulders 2t W II Ward 1 am prepared to give firstclass day board at 25 per week Will serve meals during court at 25cts Evrv thing good and served in the best pos sible manner Miss Lena Bright Flower Sale The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will have a flower sale at the store of C D Powell on April 15th and continuing several days A splendid Remember the date tf Look Listen Have your cisterns cleaned now with the patent cleaner and catch March rains for Summer Prices rea sonable satisfaction guaranteed Hatcher Ball White Leghorns Exclusively Do you want eggs If so get a start of White Leghorns The grearest yet produced Mine have been bred for heavey laying for 12 years Eggs 15 for 50 cents 35 for 100 100 and over 2 cents each W E Moss Phone Lancaater Ky Imay The Baptist Ladies Aid 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 Boy Wanted Boy between the age of fifteen and twenty to learn the telephone busi ness A good job for an am bilious boy Apply at Telephone Ex change tf We quote for CASH only or produce as follows Eight bars Lenox or Octa two 3 lbs cans tablepeaches 25cts two 3 lbs cans table apricots 35cts three cans choice pie peaches 25 cts four lbs Japan rice 25 cts twenty Ifr best granulated sugar 8100 Arbuckles coffee loots six bars toilet soap lOcts best straight flour 65cts flour 70cts We want ten thousand lbs We will be In our New store in a and we especially invite our friends and the public generally to come to see us and we we can Furnishing establishments in this part of the We are going to try to handle just the class of goods that the trade here has been ordering from larger Cities ao please come amd see us before send ing your order away from home and Itwill be a great pleasure for us to stow you what werhave whether or not Remember the place former I catal now sot tf p sand C D ofPureKy mea andCutterfor 2 youbuy avers 184F potash25cts choice t Tryourfew upto JC pt aIilll1ft fJ smaller suffering value unless additional inflammation a hams Ottice of Hem hill a8- 4aJ ltf a- X Y Y r We want your sacked sausage Highest pricetpaid Currey tt About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year to this office tf Corn Crushed Bring in your and get it crush ed for feed Banks Hudson I will be at my office Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mittte A Dunn Supt Highest market price paid for cuun try produce Currey Herndon 2t Remember 1 sell the best goods and I sell them as cheap as 26 II M Ballou We want your country produce and tf at Frisbies Drug Stor See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Home Journal 10 21tf Coal Your orders for coal will have Bring your butter and eggs to us Currey Herndon 2t 2t II M Ballou ed for any occasion Telephone 100 7 18 tf We can deliver your on short notice any where In limits 2t H Yard The finest line of Perfume ever Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksbury and ware house Call phone 16 or 20 R M West Co We always pay the highest market price for butter and eggs CuYrey Herndon 2t Newest and styles in Box Pa per Tabletsrand envelops Frisbies Window glass all sizes We have a beautiful line of samples of engraved wedding invitations cards etc Come see em Very latest styles The Record office tf 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 See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Retail clothing hats shoes and furnishing goods salesman Only competent men needed apply State agent Walsh Bros Mt Sterling Ky For chapped hand face or lips use Frisbies Almond It will pos itively cure them Price locts tf Frisbies Drug Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do to see 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 50 good ones to select from tf W B Burton Wanted Poultry Will pay nine cents per pound for alive H B Nortbcott at Mulflngers Pub tic Square Take your prescriptions to Frisbies Drug Store be but the very finest drugs sura chemicals ob tamable v tf 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 Dauville opposite Christian church up stairs Our Merchant Tailoring are all in and we will you Clothes ranging to 5000 a Suit Furnishing Goods will be here a we earnestly request fouf o come and see what we have you buy West Ust At Once new catalogue for the year We have special facilities for finding you a er for your property and have on hand both City and farm property for sale at all times Hughes Swiuebroad Real Estate New Tailor Shop We are now located en Lexington street over Post Office prepared to make suits in the very best manner and latest style Everything up to date and we guarantee satisfaction Send us your clothes for cleaning and Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 119 W C Davis Son 2 Mclr Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make office your office where I will be glad to have you at old time that you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly both In yard or 5 miles of this city Special to parties wanting car load oM Will any have and always paying highest market of feed Ring phone 140 or call at office corner Campbell and Wanted corn o n anyone priceCome Toilet Articles of y dlscriptlon appreciatedif eggsthan byEdgO S the city I DrugStore Drug Store Paint pricesFrisbies call- Ing tt Wanted fore hens stand use thing 2 2 sa es be lad to row what we can uu i a Suit of In pric rum 1 00 an as r n be r propertyfor Agts n pr t torah J0BtL Hern- don Apply ev Putty Cran a I corn street A irt SJfltflntffl ltfl fl flffl flfflffl Rfflflflfl flWF1tfl1ffflfflfl 3 Buggy fc and I REPAIRING I We use the Best Rubber on hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call Conn Bros Our line of Druggist Sundries is complere in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and Talcum powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room rRISBIES DRUG STORE Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint Store March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick i Painting 3 on the market A full line of New Buggies etc E I iU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U iU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU I I I I R- r 11m i- w mf I Im IIii EEl mr riil m i FREEBy r I II II INCORPORATED E IC rrr 3 II Q We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking accommodation CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JS BURROWS WOODS KL WOODS I DIPrcaroRS J B il W C Fish Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The gITI NL rO L DINK CAPITAL 5 SURPLUS P HuDsox CashIer J WOBIONBY1AsstMr CD WALKJm J Solicited and Attention DIBEOlQBS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON I p JJ VyeL txx Presldeut Vie Preat- Lswls Y LsevrLL- ORGANIZED1863 tu- B Bookkeeper Business Prompt Gatrefal i B B Hudson J t Walker T M Arao1d v K UIlIltIlIlIl1l1t111111I1II1I lilling the Acgcbb1ePrcpara1t0flf01Ashullating ness neither OpiumMorpWnc nor Mineral NOT ZSEonattJa Km Sad A perfect Remedy for Constipa Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP Signature of NEW YORK Promotes DigesUonCcrful NARCOTIC lI1rJWOZLPJ1rJfER11fn Swl ea RAdS1fr 4iic 1idSga FacSimile I WRA ERIArcoPYuF For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Beats the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY w CASTORIA PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats Corn Barley and Linseed Meal properly balanced and ground For horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed I Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Grains SeedsFertilizers IirRthiUIRoUNP1 t- 9Pt MANFllsm3 Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Onion Sets PotatoesPoultry Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY THE BUSY MANS LINE KKTWEEX Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA LouisvilleHenderson StLouis Railway Henderson Route Pullman Sleepes Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Ilomeseekers 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 April lit Limit to return May 31 06 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on first and third Tuesdays of February and March 110- 0Sccondclasscolonit rates to California and Northwest tickets on sale daily February 15th to April 7th 1906 ASK US FOR RATES Trav Pass Agt J IRWIN Gen Pass Ajjt Stock of General Merchandise in Bryantsville Kentucky This is the best stand to sell goods in Kentucky 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 Coun ty I am doing a business of 1500 per month For full particulars call on or address A TSCOTTBryantsville Kentucky dailvuntil sale J H GALLAGHER L xoo SaIe I y X X X OOOOOOC OOOOOOO jooooooooo oooooo- ooxEz t For Infants and Children Tli KM YN Hafi Always Ought Bears the Signature of CASTORIA I t t S STX CINCINNATI 1 Cst leastWr Best 1- sau E c JHH 4L i r oDuoc MARkS BootsShoesRubbers- I For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc John Kerr of Fayette sold 18 jacks to Kansas parties at from SSSO to 1000 In Bourbon county E Clay sold his crop of 300000 pounds of tobacco grown on 5u acres to the Continental at 11 At a p b i s of mules past week near several pair of IGhand mare mules brought from 425 to 455 per pair and several pairs of yearlings brought from 325 to 385 per pair Tile 200000 members of the Ameri can Socitey or Equity a farmers or gariza lot are preparing to strike for higher prices on farm products by geeing to withhold their crops from h m u ket Geo W Seckman of Mt Sterling III sold prize hog Tip Top Not cher for 5000 the highest price ever paid for a hog The animal which won the first honors at the St Louis Worlds Fair at one time weighed 1120 pounds and was uhe heaviest in he world Horse receipts are heavy in the Western markets said a prominent shipper last week to the Herald but the country is not sell log freely Farmers have plenty of horses and thy are not in th part with them at least until spr log work isancomplished To assume that there is a dearth of horse Hush is to fall into an error The country has raised several large colt crops and is due the coming spring Young horses are to be seen in abundance In many sections one sees plenty of horses in stalk lields but few cattle Farmers are confident that equine values will hold their present level and shippers in search of bargains usually meet with aecided disappoin iiient On one thing the fin mer is and that is that he will not be short of horses for Spring work and more of them will be needed than ever as a recordbreaking area is to be in corn and other grail A GOOD NIGHTS REST g R o r cents I the Shelbyvllle hi humor t another everywhere determined planted llarrodabur Speak for It I she cried to knew in her little heart German Syrup homes t Could impart greatest tonic on earth is a goo rest nights and the tel rible exhaustion of a arg dread dangers of the poor consumptive JBut this fear of night when a few loses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing from or sweat Free pectoration in the morning is made Cer German JWe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs or lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German wonders 2 qTwo 250 and 750 All druggist For by R E ITIcItoberU The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH S 4 r M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers Medium to good shipping steers Choice butcher steers Medium to good butchers Common to medium butchers Good to choice feeder Common to medium feeders Good to extra stock steers Common to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heifers Common to medium stock heifers Plain light mixed stockers Medium to good bulls Choice veal calves Common to medium calves HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 lbs Medium packers 160 toSUOflbs Choice lightship 120 to 160 Ibs Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs Good pigs 50 to 90lbs Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs BH1JEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium Bucks Extra shipping lambs Best butcherlambs Common talleodlambs Jesse DWearen 75 5 00 4 25 4 75 3 50 4 00 2 5C 3 00 3 00 3 SO S 25 4 00 2 75 3 00 3 50 3 00 2 CO 2 jo 3 25 3 75 1 75 2 25 2 OO a 50 2 25 H 00 000 C 50 3 75 4 25 3 00 3 SO 2 00 3 00 2 00 3 00 0 75 6 00 300 Iisiraift 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 None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel e DO V P d that sleepentirely e sizes Ii 40 G40 Ii 5 a 570 S 00 Tornado represented ftt I i rI ggie r The e ale 4 O flKNYCURUskiS MdU1S4r Rlp t REAL Farms and City Property For SALE EXCHANGE New List Below will be found an absolutely new list of property which we have on hand together with other prorerty not herein listed Our increased facili ties and experience places us in a posi tion to tfld the purchaser what will suit him to find the seller a pur chaser Wrf bring buyer and seller to gether will be taken from and added time to time To prospect in reference W Lancaster and Garrard Cjunty No mcre fertile soil nor bett r people are foetid than in Garrard County Garrartf County stands right up in the front as to the produc tion of hemp anS tobacco The only successful machirre for breaking hemp was brought dirt to Garrard for work Our hemp arid tobacco buyers always take the lead in paying the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new brick botch and a new Bank with a capital stock of 50000 00 is a certainty The stock has been subscrib ed and work on the building wilt at once Plans are also being perfected for the erection ot a new opera house and other business build ings We have one of the best graded schools in Kentucky the BEST system of water works in the State and the best system of electric lights Also headquarters for the Bastln Telephone Company whose lines reach all points The Bell Telephone also has a line here There is free rural delivery of mall the pikes in County Further description Is unnecessary but Come and See No 1 liriek store room on public square in Lancaster 25 feet frontage runs lack full length of the block In in the best business portion of the town Can sell this properly to us to net purchaser 7 per cent on his after payment of taxes Insurance etc A bargain See us for 2 Frame cottage t rooms nj of ground on Totten avenue in Lancaster acres Thisproperty for 1200 per iiioith- No 3 5 room frame cottage on Totten avenue In Lancaster Irs acres of laud 1 acre In grass Rents for 1000 per month Trice MUOOO No 4 Brick storeroom and dwelling on Uauville street in jjincascr Close to Public Square The storeroom is large and well light ed Dwelling portion hiss large 2 story hall 4 rooms and hath room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable lit rear of premises opening on alley Trice f75000 The building alone without the ground is worth the money No 5 2 story frame dwelling on south side of Richmond street in Lancaster 1 acre of ground good garden plenty of fruit and hardy lIower good stable and outbuildings This property has to be sold Price i50000 No f 2 story frame dwelling in btt resi dence portion of Lancaster I i acres of ground water works in yard good cistern also in hack lot young orchard and plenty of fruit all necessary out buildings including splendid garden spot Price 700CO No 7 Frame cottage dwelling und 2 acres of ground on Hichmond street in Lancaster Rents for 15 per mouth Trice 170000 No S Building lots in Lancaster Can suit you in location and price No 9 Large and commodious brick busl ness house tituS dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet S well fiuishcd rooms 2 halls anti 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 1 acres of ground coal yard and scales Largo basement under the house This building on this property cost what we ask for it Trico No 10 The Dripping Springs property in Lincoln county This summer resort Is so well known we deem it unnecessary to givo description here We can sell this property s to be a money maker to the purchaser See or us for price and full 2 new cottage houses on Totten aye nuu in Lancaster Always rent goed a or to purchase as an Investment Trice 50000 each No 12 5 building lots on Totten Ay nne In Lancaster 50 feet from each 1 of the lots has cistern and foudation rock ready for house These lots adjoin and can sell tnem as a whole or seperately The Irlce will tuft you 250 per front foot No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street in Lancaster sirablc home In sight ot the Graded school aunt in one of the best residence sections o the City Price 2COOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm No 14 Something you dont have a chance at often Brick residence and 12 acres of ground within the City limits of Lancaster Ky The 10 rooms and Kitchen 3 halls S large lack porches ono upstairs 2 stairways front aud buck iron porch in frontwaterworl throughout the house bathroom closet c 50000 barn and other outbuildings Fine garden and an abundance of fruit All the land In grass Very large front lawn with shade and ornamental trees and tardy flowers The house and grounds are In a fine state of repair This property must be sold for a dlv islon of the proceeds among the heirs to the This is an Ideal home anil must be seen to be appreciated The price 1000000 is way below value No 15 85 acres of first class land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster A splendid new cottage also a no I good tenant house a large new barn plenty of water Is on free delivery mail route within one mile of store and 2 churches and school Worth what Is asked 5W per acre No 16 71 14 acres as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high sate of cultiva This farm miles from pike same distance from Bryantsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we olTer it a flne investment 65 CO per No 17 257i ncresof Due tobacco land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field creek springs and pools ew 7 room frame houseS halls 8 porches 1 stock barn tobacco barns j tenant house lee house 2 bnggy houses milk and all neccasary out bniHings 2 X miles from Churches school stores Ac This property is right pike and is well Improved and is bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy payments No IS 38 acres of land and nice 5 room 1 1 miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly in grass sev oral acres In tobacco this year As an this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000 No 19 lii acres of land in Garrard County in the Paint Lick section About I mile from pike small frame house and other out buildings 1 stock an4 tobacco barq 33 acres of tim ESTATE and nd Tli list from ye r Ilk commence I I alonKall the Investment acre in 00 will relit the wIll ioco 00 writ description- No 11 A de prO ert or it f Is 1 acre hemp arid 2 on cot- ta e Investment f J I s l purchasers somethinI pricey grict 1800 stab forborne ouise Consists t prop rty Ion with 1 house 1 ho of L t i there is tOO fine snpir tion wateicii by hever fulling und ponds 1ricu 2000 per acre No 20 4 acres of land close to town on well implored good residence Bud und out buildlngsis a nice home Will worth the money See us for price No 21 H31 acres of lute hemp nil tobacco land In GarrarJ County only 2 tithes from Lnn caster runs right along the pike is near uu other uiku Splendid stock farm About 10 acres in cuiilvatioli balance in grass 2 story brick dwelling new sfck burn und other out building Is well watered Parties wanting this much html will do well to look IH this or It cOIn be divided Into smaller farms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers Gi50 per acre xo 22 24i acres of good and fertile land right on DuuvlIIe pike 2 lilIes from town good ten barn and other out buildings Plenty of water good fencing will raise hemp and tobacco This farm cOIn be divided so us to make 2 good farms pike 0250 per acre No 23 1 story frame cottage of C rooms Innd just outside the City limits Lancaster has full benefits of the town without the payment of town taxes A bargain 10000 Other property for sale aol exchange List your property with us we would like to show YOU our contract Red Estate KENTUCKY Real Estate Bargains FOR SALE BY W T EWING Real Estate Agency MAKItODSBUllG KY 240 well impvd near pike Mercer Co at 10 ex for smaller farm 4G Acres onpike uttir Sal visa dwelling new barn 1CO 207 Acres fine hemp tobacco land close to Bur gin With SO acres wheat 277 Acres good inpvd wheat farm near Burgiu at 70 193 Acres tobacco nUll wheat farm near pike 5500 120 Acres on Lexington pike 5 mi Ilbarg hemp laud Kt KN 100 Acres on good road near pike well 3710 18 Acres poultry firm near Biirgiiul 00 57 Acres well linpvd lanil near Unrein Good 5750 75 Acres good land for any crop mi lIlting on good road at 60 1C7 Acres fine land near Sal visa in grass 10 years Impvd at 5 150 Acres 3 mile Kurgln hemp tobacco etc well impvd at 15 Acre good impvd laud near pike and Shaker town 1500 150 Acres excellent laud Grant Co Ky well impvd grows line tobacco at an acre Owner in other business Hold opera louise store all with fine trade and on stile lot Jlain st of growing Ky rail way towu7000Exchnnge even for u farm and many other property NOTE I have buyers for a number of good GAURAKI Co farm I charge mTcommlssion til I sell Writ for my REAL ESTATE SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY sj ul TfeKCWHB HMO artm SOMETHING NEW andentirelj 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 HENRY ITTERSONS The Weekly Courier Journal AND THD CENTRAL RECORD BOTH ONE YEAR for ONLY 150 pew people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a lamily By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the CourierJournal and this paper one year for the price named above Send your subscription foithe combination to to the Courier Journal RHEUMATISM CURE Sold to Orujuista by F P FRISBIB Dregglifc d R i1i l eil 2 IIcrli Iti gruss uliure III euha lid fronting on and 2 HUCiHES SWINE ROAD orchard rows I O f PAPR paper y usnot ri- mwitlt IMJItlUMAtIII wauunhi Bettir 113MYS bruia goo basel Jtu6 ulilcit Ie dpike l use acres of S Inipy i PAlS HOWES Week p CoIuv 0U I sold By virtue of the tax dm me as Sheriff of Gar rard County for the year Ivor owing by the delinquent tax payers of sail county I or one of my deputies will on Monday March 26 1906 between the hours of 9 A M and 1 P M it being the regular Mardi term of the Garrard Coun ty Court expose before the Court House door In the city of Lancaster the following real es tute in Gtiraid County Kentucky listed by said delinquents tax pujers or so much there of as luay be necessary to pay the unpaid tax of said delinquents for the year 1H5 as set forth opposite their names The same includes penalty and cost of advertising As the same Is paid the names will disappear LANCASTER WHITE KISTltlCT XOl Boyle Henry town lot I 2 Cnnimjgh im Slimy 2 town lots 12 C9 Jones J town lot IS i Truylor Allen I town lot 1155 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT Anderson Rebecca I town lot 4 lo Jones Jim Jr 1 town lot s 10 Jennings Brethetl acre 4 0 Lea veil Geo V 1 town lot i l Leavell George 1 town lot 5 70- Middluton Hob 1 acre Salter Heirs 1 town lot 3 60 Turpln Ella 1 town lot SCO Tells Madison town lot 5 M Taylor Lucy 1 town lot BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT NO 2 Allen Mrs William Si acres i 1 i Brmt n MuryC acres 0 Cheutlmin El Una l acres 5 W Hudson II GJIO acres 0 10 Lear J Tilt acres 17 JO Pollard John 4 acres i 20 Preston Mrs Susie 1C acres 10 tO- Saaler Ellen 10 acres 1 70 therrow Miss Sallie 1 acre 2 H- OVilllams Allie 1 town lot 4 520 BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT NO2 Cochran Frank 1 acres 5 JO- Cochrun Henry 1 acres I SO Caldwell Harrison 1 acre iJ 20 Dunn Sunders 1 acres 180 Davis Rich G liDunn Buck Jr 1 aCre ft 00 Davis Joint lacre 4 Dunn Commudoie acre I 13- Kinbry Cullie 1 acre 1 2 Gaines Chas t Bro 3 acres t Graves Mat 1 acre G Hicks Ninth 1 town lot 3 75 Kennedy Elizj 1 town lot 2 f5- Morehead Sun 4 0 SIgar WiIam 1 acre 40 Smith lieu C 30 Taylor Tom 15 acres 4 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT NO 3 Baker John 23 acres 6 Kelly Tom 12 acres y J5 Lay ton J II 33 acres It fo Murphy William 2 acres 4 Powers Nary B 154 acres Ray MikeSJiacres C Whittaker Will 10 acres 520 Walker W II 03 acres 1805 Woods A J 35 acres 19 00 BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No 3 Anderson Pete 20 acres G PAINT LI K WHITE DISTRICT NO 4 BrocK John 50 acres 95 Betlls Mrs Ciurah 1 Town Lot s 4- 0UroiidusJ f 80 Bird Green 5 acres 835 Cooley Sallie 20 acres r CO Dillon WU G acres 3 10 Gafuey Givens2 acres CIO Holcomb Elizabeth acres IS 15 Knuckles Jus 30 acres 4 70 Koehltr Ed 1H7 acres V 50 McLiillums Heirs 40 acres 2 tH Ross Singleton Jessie Jr 135 acres White Mrs E E 1 acres fi BT Williams Chas 25 aores 4 o Whitehead Jane 90 acres k 3 35 WallaceJ WGnar43 acres 730 Kinimird Miss Emma I town lot 7 351 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Adkinson Henry I Kcres JO 05 Cheat 1mm Milo Faulkner Abe 10 acres 6 to Faulkner Bill 1 acre 415- Frtiilkner Eddie 12 acres 435 Hicks Oscar acres 445 Hawkins Suiau Heirs 1 Town Lot 385 Kennedy Kd 2 acres 170 Leavell Thomas acre Marret Henry 8 acres T 8 90 Murret Will Heirs 1 Town Lot 3 C- 5Newland John 1 acre 410 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County XV lIU ljj 45 35 40 FOR A i S to 11 t Ii lucre 2ii lucre lucre 8 WI acre Malesa acres 2 10 7 lade ii 70 15 S 5 heriffs Sale TfiXIE I NOt leo 4 15 28 j 3 o 0 g O g g o f ftoi 0 8 IIl Z ztr poZ 10 00 I crrr cq H gg c tim 00 7 tooI cc Icl ccc c conEE fJs Z SJ j g 1 4 It C c 1 Eo 0 ggQZ cSC 0 0 Q o qc JCC Q c CQro occrrao INsc0 52 zg ClJ O CS ng zzii 05ci5C4 a 5- I I z isa timti- n m 5 41ie I e- II i z9cco-w Ooi I iIrta5 o Case of There is no case on re cord of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after had been taken It stops the heals the lungs and pre vents serious results from a coldDo not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine A Ssvera Cold for Three Months The following letter from A J Nus baum of Batesville lad tells its own story I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared ma some medicine and a and eight doses Three sizes ic SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small siza and the 100 bottle almost six thnej as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For srle bv CC T E Stormes Pn on J serious FOLEYS HONEY and TAR coughand J I improveIcuredme imniaJrd unknown Trains Leave Lancaster in effEct I tto6 Time Mcii NOKTll KOlMl- f For Iichmond Winchester Ko10 ton Frankfort Lutiieville Cynthia 514 AM mi Paris Carlisle CoP I ingtou Cincinnati etc- i Ior WinchestcT ParNoJ Lexington Frankfurt 214 P M Shelbyvjlle till Louisvll- lfsoirrn KOUNII For Jellico Cra Orciard Mt No25 j Vern in Livingston Lnndou Cor bin jboro etc Only carrierI Iiassensr fur points No2y t For Stanford Junction Leba IM j non Louisville Nashville Etc v i i For Stanford aud way stationsj Trains run except Sunday Above iiLEAVING tIne stop at all sta tions when flagged Train Xo 10 makes direct connection at 7 A M with C t 0 for nil west to Louisville mill it s 5 A M for nit ints east 10 AKhhiml No 30 innkes direct connection at Win chester 4 3s 31 with C it 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct connection at How 12SOPM lor all points south to Norton Knoxville Fare the same vii either How land to Louisville Queen Crescent Trains Corrected J00 SOUTH BOUND Number I Daily stops when amNumber 3 Daily stops when tinged ll30pm Numbers Ditily makes all stops ll05amNumber 9 Daily stops NORTH BOUND pmNumberNumber 6 Daily stops l50praNumber 10 Dally stops 610 ant Connection taste with Southern Railway to Louisville and Lawreuceburg SOUTH KitN KAHWAY NoaS daily St Lcinis ioHi A M Ixjuisvllle 715 VM Louisville 745 p M Arr Danville 1IOOPM No 1 dally ioiOrM 710 PM- 8CO AM AM Nos 23 ind 21 are solid trains between Dan vllle and St Louis carrying observation cafe and parlor car and vcstibuled coaches through without change Nos land 2 are sold trains between Danville and St Louis carrying Pull man sleepirs and free reclinIng chair cars through without change JlnlsvlIeJ II AI 1 8lG tralll Winchester 7 Train I i YII neil lowlandWinchester or lice 1 TRAINS AT DANVlLU 803 pm I I WESTBOUND No 21 dilly No IS dally Lye P H Ann ToulvllleI5 SIO I I 101511ArriltEASTllOITNI Arr Lye Il 15 I 80 58 lituil nIb PanvilleL Sr 415 i x Z493 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY JiCAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A BillY Pr 4deat Josh L STORMEs Vice S Co DillY Caskier l oDAsstCashr B T Embry Bookkeeper 6- 1i Alex B Denny1 A C noJ Stormes w 5 L Prs DIR1lLrOS- a cochran RobInon1 RK1nnalrd S t ly itI I i