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THE CENTRAL RECORD SIXTEEXTII YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 16 1906 NUlfLBS1I GUARANTEED i DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS FLitchets Ao Saws Grubbing Iliies Mittox In fact ALL KINDS TOOLS We warrant every one Try them and be convinced Quality the Be t Prices are t L DAVIDSONAttorney Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business r rW7PItiNN tf 1 I I HASEU BROSI Il I I Ir I pick J II I i I I Ii Right 1JMNitM wl R I Law I u UO G CHRIS FARIS I at 7 a t I 5 Dentist j Office ocr T store Danville st u Local Gossip Big court is In session This summer when you get warm call up Put Elkin Hes the ice man No 29 tf Several of the boys are conspicuous by their absence The grand jury may have to do with it George McUarley the wellknown colored blacksmith died last Saturday lingering illness Ice snow sleet and real warm days this week The weather changes al must as often as a woman changes her mind Local Knights Templar are having their dress uniforms pressed and rub bins up their trappings preparatory to it tending Conclave to be held a Piris this Spring The Ladies Aid Society will have a handkerchief and candy sale in tin room over the Joseph Mercantile store Sat urday March 17th The public is cordially invited and your piitrntia e will h appreciated Farlpy of Davistown shot and killed smother negro named James Smith at that place Monday The trouble came up over a crap game Sheriff Clay ton Arnold and Dick Moore arrested Farley and lodged him in the Lancaster jail When Trouble Begins The sage of the Hartfort Herald arises to truly remark The experts tell us that bottled whiskey is the only safe kind Thats most always true Its when the cork is removed that the trouble begins John Francis a wellknown negro- was shot and killed near Hiattsville Friday by another negro named Lear Francis had been riding Lears horse at night lIe bore a bad reputation while the man who did the killing is an honnst law abiding darkey The Bastin Telephone Co adertis es for a good reliable boy who wan s to learn the business While we cast no reflections on the youth of to dav yet we fear the telephone people will be a little slow in finding one of that kind Most all the good boys are already at work The Somerset Journal says The number of dead head uonsubscribers who read this colum grows most distressingly large Arnt you a shamed of yourself for being so little and mean as to be a continuous borrower or swiper of your neighbors paper I after a the s Thus I I i Amen somt king Inapt ist n twice a week Get In The Habit Joseph Mercantile Co JUST RECEIVED Big Tine of the Celebrated Crossett Shoes FOR GENTLEMEN The best shoe made beyond all doubt The Crossett Shoe Makes Life Walk Easy Our Immense stocks of Now Spring Dry Goods are now coming in We have the handsomest goods in Central Kentucky and a visit to our store will convince you of this In Prices We Defy Competion Joseph Mercantile w Of Visiting The I I A I broadassertion The f r r r t The subject qf Eld Tinders morning sermon Sunday is The Adminls ration of Righteousness that for evening being The Young Man Saved or Lost Meeting at Gunns Chapel j Rev G N Jolly will begin a meeting at Gunns Chapel near Buckeye on Wednesday night 28 in stant He will be assisted in the by Miss Lucy Lee Mahan of Lon don Ky A cordial invitation to all The Best Flour have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand and can make a price that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the many ex ceiling qualities of this Flour I have it in barrels Frank 15 Marksbury We Throw In Somthlng You will not bo in style unless yuu have one of our SPRING HAIR CUTS to go with your new Spring hat and suits Free hair tonic given with every Henry M Dui can the old reliable barber Come to us for a smooth clean shave tf The Lancaster Fair will be held same Week as Home Coming Week in Louisville which means that every Garrardite in the United States will come IIO 1E and see a good old time county fair Of course they are not thinking of good Garrard county dinners which will be served under the shade of the big trees Special Meeting at Bryantsville Members of the Brvantsville Masonic Lodge have decided to organized a branch of the Eastern Star which is for the ladies who are sisters wives daughters or mothers of members They will meet for this purpose at three oclock next Saturday afternoon and all who are eligible are urged to be present at that time The Eastern Star is a beautiful order and brings a buut much good Fire in Livery Stable Fire in Sweeneys livery stable was discovered about 030 Wednesday morning and required quick work to prevent very disastrous loss Itcaught from a stove pipe running through cell ing of office to an UP stairs room and as it was burning between the ceiling and flooring was hard to get at Man ager Beazlev soon bad a stream turned on and the fine brick stable was say ed The horses and mules were turned loose and created much excitement running through the streets Ryans Headquarters Danville will shortly leave here for Paris to arrange headquarters fcr Ryan Commandery No 17 of Danville during its stay in that city in May at the annual State conclave Ryan Commandery made a great showing last year in Richmond having more men in line in the parade than any other Commandery and will try hard to duplicate it this time It will have commodious headquarters in the capital of Bourbon and very swell entertainments Circuit Court In his charge to the grand jury at the opening circuit court Monday morning Judge Bell called their atten tion to the duties before them and urged them to be diligent and careful in their deliberations He dwelt upon the local option laws and urged a through investigation on the illegal sale of liquor Many matters of im portance were given particular atten tion and the charge was listened to with close attention by the jury and large crowd of spectators Judge Bell is as popular judge as ever occupied the bench in Garrard county and his fairness promptness and kindness have won a legion of friends who would be glad to see him hold the pos ition inaeffmitely Hon Chas Hardin the fearless kind hearted Attorney was here promptly Monday morning and is getting in some work which grates powerfully on the nerves of evildoers The painstaking manner in which he conducts cases his kindness to attorneys and the people have made him a very popular man in Garrard The business at this term is not heavy and the dockets will be wellcleared Following is the grand jury Chas K Poindexter fort m in Logan Ison Robt Burton Ben Patton Jno H Posey Chas Ballew W 0 Dunlap Dave Dudderrar D D Geiger Herman Sebastain R M West Jacob Joseph The petit jury is as follows G H Sec rest J F Higgins Wm Simpson Luth er Raney A W Kavanaugh Jas John ston T S Elkin Harvey Dean L G Davidson C W Mitchell A B Estridge O T Jas Clark Garrett Woods J R Henderson Malk Aldndge R L Elkin T W Bradshaw Ike Dunn Jr G II Lane Sam Bourne A R Arnold Jas Dalton M F Rout The following cases have been of Jno Oiburn malicious cut ting 50 Porter McCreary shooting on highway 50 Lewis Humphrey furnishing liquor to minor 50 Ed Waren breach of peace 50 Wm Per clfer hauling beer into Lancaster hung jury Ed Anderson colored vagrancy not guilty The case against Stewart Humber for killing another negro was continued to next court The Ward case will be called Monday and Sheriff Clayton Arnold was ordered tosummon a special venire from Jessamine county from which to select a jury Judge Bell returns toStanford every afternoon his wife being 111 in that city protracted I oo AdvocateAcommittee I 0 f Commonwealths Layton I i services shawl give several disposed 4 ffr e The School Book Case A I Williams Lewis L Walker and Judge M C Saufley suc ceeded in getting judgement in the Lincon circuit court to which the case was transferred from Garrard against Ginn Co of Boston for ten thousand dollars for breach of con tract in sale of school books It will be remembered that former superin tendent of sphools Mrs Lewis L Walker instituted suit in the Garrard court aginst this firm for the sum of for alleged breach of contract it being claimed the Ginn Co for felted their bond of 10000 by failure to sell school books as cheap here as in other states A former judgement was given for 10 000 some time ago and if the appeals affirms both judgements it will give the sum of 20 000 to the Garrard county school fund Our Good Neighbor Thriving We congratulate our good friend and neighbor Editor Lew B Brown of the Harrodsburg Democrat upon the great success with which he is meeting with his origin clean and newsy paper Only a short time ago he added a great amount of new job type and other material and now he caps the climax in upto the minute by a typesetting machine This machine sets the type and distributes it with the same cor rectness and about the same speed of the hot metal linotypes used on the big dailies They cost a cool two thousand dollars but soon pay for themselves in doing away with annoy ance of hand composition and in tak ing the place or three or four hands The type is set by mechanism by a keyboard a little larger than that on toe ordinary typewriter Bro Brown is one of the most popular men in the Kentucky Press Association and his brother editors rejoice in his great success with the Democrat New and UpToDate When the people of Lancaster and vicinity are told that Lancaster has a gents furnishing house as swell as up to date and as complete as any to be found in Cincinnati they will doubt it of course but if they will only drop into the handsome new store room of Hemphill West Ilemhiirs old stand they will be convinced of this assertion The stock is not so large of course but in quality theres no dis puting the fact that higher class goods can not be found anywhere out side the large cities Think of genu ine linen underwear the real prices as low as can be had in the city They have a swell lineof shirts Under wear collars Inc linen and silkjsuspenders hosiery belts in fact everything for men ex cept shoes and hats The storeroom is handsomely fitted up there being spec ial department for merchant tailoring By the way they have sold a world of suits and have the prettiest line of samples in Kentucky They are partic ularly anxious for the gentlemen to call and see their stock Everything splinter new fresh and the latest style Stop in and see them Delineator In the March number of The Delin eator has fallen under the spell of romance which the recent of the Presidents daughter has e voked and presents as its leading an article on The Brides of the White House illustrated with a handsome portrait of Miss Roosevelt never before published The fiction of the number includes a short story by Mary Stewart Cutting a clever study child life by Virginia Woodward and the continuation of The President of Quex Helen M Win slows interesting club story Viola Allen the popular young actress who recently married a southern writes of Shakesperes heroines from the pbint of view of one who has personated many of them with great success Dr Murray concludes her se ries on The Rights of the Child with a paper on growth and develop ment and a unique feature beginning in this number is Houses by Corres pondence the first being The Doc tors House Stories and pastimes are supplied for the amusement of chil dren and in the other departments many topics of interest and value to the home are treated Fashion of course plays a large part iu this num ber and the newest styles are Illustra ted and described in detail On Sunday morning March 4th as the sun was casting its radlent beams the cold and cruel hand of death the life of Zella Ray to relink in that sweet celestal home where when he bids them come the allur ing call they cannot resist just twenty years ago she was left in the somber darkness of widowhood with six chil dren gathering the rein of a patient loving mother she taught each blosj omning bud of humanity to follow in the foot steps of the good and true where her broken hearted children stood only a few brief moments at her bedside before she passed over the river of death she said I will soon fall asleep to awake with Jesus after them a last farewell she sang Home Sweet Home Her pure Christian life should be as an allum mous star for others to follow funeral services was conducted byRev Hall of Lexington she was laid to rest beside her husband in the family burying grounds Loved 10000 Sh wonderful operated stuffat cutJ handkerchiefs enu TheMarch feature millionaire RAY bid- Ing r One t i S S court of printing marriage unlinked i The Record presents the above like ness of Garrard countys entry in the CourierJournals TourO fE u Contest Miss Mary Lear of Paint Lick The picture was taken by Fox the photographer who also made the half tone for The Record As stated in last issue of this paper Miss Lear has a splendid chance to win this race and will do so if the Garrard county people give her the support she so Another of Lancasters most beloved and prominent people was called to to her reward Monday night when the spirit of Mrs Susan Price returned to God who gave it She had been ill for a few months growing much worse early last week and while hsr death was a great shock to our people yet owing to her advanced age it was not unexpected Notwithstanding the fact that she was in her ninety first year she had enjoyed remarkably good health until recently and was as full of life and good cheer as one of half her age She was the widow of the late Dr Jennnigs Price one of Lancas ters most prominent and influential citizens who passed to his reward Feb 15 1891 and who will be remembered by older people as one of the most kind hearted citizens Lan caster ever had Mrs Price was a woman of exceptionally fine intellect and was never so happy as when doing some deed of benefit to others She was blessed with splendid judgement and her advice was often sought by those who enjoyed her friendship and acquaintanceShe of the Christian church and the noble pure life she spent has won for her a crown in the Great Beyond Her maiden name was Woodruff and she was born in Lancas ter spending her entire life in this city The lovely character and disposition of Mrs Price will never be forgotten by those who knew her best while her numberless deeds of kind ness will ever linger in the memory of all who knew her She leaves twt children Mrs Martha Frisbie of Lan caster and Mr Wm C Price of Dan ville The funeral services were con ducted by Eld F M Tinder at her late home on Danville street Wednesday afternoon at two oclock the taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery The bereaved family have the deepest sympathy of the people who join them io mourning the loss of one of the grandest most noble women Central Kentucky ever knew The Masonic lodge will work on the third degree this Thursday evening beginning at 7 oclock Good Advice Keep good company or noner Never be idle If your hands cannot be employed attend to the ctltlva tion of your mind Always speak the truth Make few promises Live up to your engagements Keep your own secrets if you have any When you speak to a person look him in the face Good company and good conversation are the very sinews of virture Good character is above all things else Your character can not be essentially injured except by our own acts It speaks ill of you let your life be so that none will believe him Ever live misfortune excepted within your income When you retire to bed think over what you have been doing during the day Make no haste to be rich if you would prosper Small and steady gains give competency with tran quility of mind Avoid temptation through fear that you may not with stand it Earn money before you spend it Never run in debt unless you see a way out again Never borrow if you can possibly avoid it Do not marry until you are able to support a wife ill of any one Slander travels fasther than do com pliments Empty heads contained a lot of use less information Dont forget that a flatterer always baa an ax to grind PRICE I Interment anyone toget Neverspeak rope progressive usefully richly deserves Miss Lear is one of Garrards most popular and attractive girls If you are not a subscriber to the CourierJournal the daily edt tion you should subscribe now and give Miss Lear the benefit of your coupous If you will notify her at Paint Lick she will send you envel opes in which to send her the coupons from your daily paper Or if you will leave them at The Record office we will send them to her Our Plucky Govenor The whiskey lobby having used enough influence to prevent a tax being placed on rectifiers in the new revenue bill Gov Beckham immediate ly called Legislature in extra session upon adjournment Tuesday night and another etiort will be made to have the tax levied By this act Gov Beck him has again proven his courage and the people appreciate his excellent services more than ever before He Is the right man in the right place as he has proven conclusively that he is for the people and proposes to see their rights duly protected Bishop Burton will hold services at the Methodist church on Wednesday night March 28th to which every body is cordially invited to attend 2t Undertaker J A Beazley irterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 FREE BeginningMarch 1st with every 2011 Sale We present you with eith er 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 pur chase you get the present on the 20th sale Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley A Co r I I I Did It Ever Occur to You that it is no art to find out what the people want but it is an art to know how to fill their wants at prices Our line of Trunks Suit Cases and Telecopes will fill your wants in every and the Prices are acceptable See our new STEAMER TRUNKS We want to sell you that new pair of SHOES that you going L buy this applies to MenWomen and Children New goods are arriving in the Mens g Furnishing department 5j Shirts Ties Hosiery Our object is your satisfaction PI THE Logan Try Goods rm i1ri11i1rm rIJ ijgf I I I I i I I particular Ii m are tom Fldl III COMPANY J f I IEia EB acceptable Ei r i tAI a a a a MIa11t If I SEClover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millet Cane Corn and Hemp Seed o IS load Northern recleaned and clipped oats The best grades of Coal Feed Etc Ballards Flour Barrels 100 pound sacks Prompt service Your orders appreciated BANKS HUDSON nvrwt W 11 Car just received in and I CENTRAL RECORD Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LAN DRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Matt Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Issi ted Second Class Lancaster Ryt Mardi 16 1906 t It has been a long time since a of the House of Representatives has been so highly complimented his fairness as has lion Henry Lawrence who presided over the body adjourned Tuesday night In no in recent years has given such eminent satisfaction The in check of a lot of men some of whom would not know parlimentary law from a Chinese prayer was no easy matter but our esteemed friend kept the work going in a rapid smooth manner which has won praises from thepeople of the State By the wayhe is spoken of as the successor of General Peicy Haley and if Gov Beckham wants to please the people in general and the newspaper men in particular he will tender the place to the gifted Mr Lawrence There were few members of the which were not under obligations to the news papers for some kind statement made of them or some matter left unsaid very likely the latter yet when the newspaper boysasked for a little which would work greater good of the people than for the papers they were turned down some little mutton headed members making unkind and untruthful statements of the news papers Well the papers will tinue to live and if certain again poke their heads up and ask for otlice they will have to get their claims before the voters by hoofing it from house to house The newspapers can get along a blanked sight better without the politicians than clans can get along without the Hon R W Miller of Richmond made the best speech in the House of last week that has been made in the old hall for many years and the papers are saying all kind of nice things about hum The Record nated Mr Miller for goyenorsome time ago and we insist that no better gebernatorial timber can be found Dick Miller is a naturalborn a gentleman will lend a grace to the executi vechair which will make every Kentuckian proud of his being seated therein If Kentucky will learn to spell honesty in its heart we do not care how it Is written on paper says the Philadelphia Inquirer If Kentucky needed to be introduced to honesty she would not go to Philadelphia to find it In fact the journey would be speaker fact man holding Adjutant legislature who I legislation I the politi papers Representatives I statesman and upon u 0 conS nom i begun in an opposite direction from the home of the upEast Yankee So many unhappy marriages and so many divorces come from the drink habit that it would seem proper that drinking men should be debarred from marriage One 01 the most deplorable things ot civilized life is the sight of a woman and her children drugged through life in misery want and crime by a brute of a drunken husband Bishop Andrews says the literature of the day is keeping people away from church This may have some thing to do with it but according to our notion the longwinded sleepy causes most people to lie around the house and read when they should be in the sanctuary Miss White president of the Dress makers National Protective comes with the startling state ment that dresses will be cheaper this year That will work no good for or hubby The dear women will simply order more dresses The libel law which the Legislature said should remain of the statute books has not been in force in any civilized country but this since the Fourteenth Century Another proof of Kentuckys rapid strides in civiliza lion Editor Charley Howard of the Hodgeville Herald makes this reckless statement If March continues as pleasant as it has started in it will make a fellow feel like taking a head to foot bath before the month is gone It is reported that the doctors of lIt Eden in Shelby county are overtime If we could dispose of our newspaper property we would to Mt Eden and go into the business In the recent municipal elections in Maine the Democrats uride sweeping victories everywhere except Bath II both parties could receive good Bath it would be a good thing for the The turning down by the of the libel bill was only another solid proof of the large amount of good rail splitting material spoiled when many of the members were Paducah special saysa hither in that city has fallen heir to 75000 Next To Advertisers Unless copy is brought to this office on MONDAY it will be impossible for us to change your ads that week This is a printing office rule we are forced to adhere to Please remem ber this and prepare your ads early 4 Q i g 0 1 4 X A sermon Association papa r working hasten undertakers country Legislature elected o 2 o g 2 I A C 4 O000000000 F OmO m s gj j H IjS J 3 I I V l 1 A new car load e Wire Fence Best Fence onthe Market m 1m IAsk Collars Collar Pads Hames Straps IBack Bands I W 8 c of w our prices on oR ANYTHING YOU NEHDeON YOUR FARM RONtflN ELMORE i i- C a kid tijK r Q J BLTIIK Will Sutton bought one calf for 1250 II B Cox and Am Bourne attended court at Stanford Monday MrsJ F Hollzclaw of Preach ersville were visitors here Sunday Miss Jennie Pebbles has been the attractive guest in this community Miss Sue and Abbv Bourne a few friends at their home afternoon Mrs Martha Leak has returned home after a very pleasant visit to her dau h ter in Mississippi Mr has returned home after a ten days stay in the mountains and reports cattle very high Mr Ira Holtzclaw of Preachersville attended the social given by Sue Abby Bt ume Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Kinnard Bourne little son Robert Walter spent with Mr and Mrs Ben Sutton PAINT LICK Little Ora Estridge has sick with tonsilitis Miss Louella Arnold of Lancaster is visiting relatives here Dave Heryy of Louisville was home on a visit last week Mr W L Carmon went to Louisville Monday to lay in stock of Mr Finley Davis is visiting brother 11 Davis in Livingston Emory McWhorter bought of Borne a horse for which he paid Miss Zeluia Caseuburg who has guite sick with ineasels is much bet terSmith visited Mr Brown in Lancaster Saturday and day Mrs E W Harris of Richmond the guest of Mrs Pdttie Englemiiu re cently Orlaud Bucker was the guest of Lackey at McCreary Saturday SundayRice Woods who has been W G Kemper in the Bank here accepted a position with Estridge Roger Rucker book keeper for State Bank and Trust Co of was to see his parents Mrand I C Rucker Sunday Ilial free delivery No 2 that start from this place the lath April is said to be the best rout the county E M Todd will be car nero Paint Lick is certainly a little town When AlcWhorter Estridge cash receipts were for the month of February would the be during the busy season BEUNA VISTA Born to the wife of Henry Pryor on the 3rd a son Mr and Mrs V F Brickey are over the arrival of a son Victor Ruble has resumed his at College in Cincinnati Misses Margaret and Ninna Lane have returned to their home in Rich mond after a visit to their aunts near here Miss Alice Scott has returned from an extended visit to relatives at Lex iugton and South Elkhorn She was accompanied by her aunt Mrs Vergil Scott sold a young horse to Scott and bought of John Lane a horse for 100 Air and Mrs Logan Duncan left this month for Indiana where they will make their home Mr and Mrs Bradley Cunningham of Louisville are expected this week Miss Jennie Skinner has returned fromLouisville The Prohibition Alliance held an Interesting meeting last Thursday evening a large crowd in attendaence and an excellent address by Rev W D Welbuan Mrs Mit Hamilton spent Friday with her sons in Lancaster The many friends of Rev Cooper were grieved to hear of his death at at Nicholasville last week Bro diuing his pastorate here in 1899 and 1900 and by his frequeut visits since had endeared himself to the people of this vicinity Miss Annie Frost and Robert Dun can surprised their friends by driving to Danville last Wednesday where they were united in marriage wishing to have weaving of anykind done will confer favor upon Mrs Lucien Frost by leaving work with her Mr Herman whose ro mantc marriage to Miss Vantrese was so widely crooicled has returned from i i Kansas bom wliee be diflpc of his land He chartered a car and moved into the bluegrass He will engage in bee culture having brought anumber of bee coo lies Always Keeps Coamberlains Cough Remedy in His House We would not be without Cham beriainte Cough Remedy It is band continually in our home says W editor of the Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than af ter It has become settled in tile system This remedy is also without a peer for croup and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when remedy is kept at For sale by Drug store 1m lt 5 on j Mrand entertained Saturday McWilliams Sunday beep al hll Enll man Fran Lexington about n rejoicing studies business erty A T Cooper Anyone a Henning kept WKearney Independent I a a qu drubs 0 1 asssl McWhor thriv 199 tv Dan with him children even the H I M 2 gh got I I ttT HEiUJY I Miss Mae Scott visited her sister Mrs Edd Hendrickson Air J B beau was with relatives in essanilnc Saturday and Sunday Miss Una Montgomery of Bcuna Vista was with liome folks Sunday Mr Ernest Montgomery bought of samual Duun a sow and pigs for 10 Miss Lela Scott who has been her brothers at Cincinnati home Thursday Mr C A Bruce spent from Wednesday until Saturday with his daughter Mrs Frank Gammons at May Wood Alessrs Armster Brunner and Oakes Montgomery of Lock No 8 spent Sat urday with Mrs E F Scott and family Mr Wm Vanderpool of your town Pumphrey Mesdames Luraney and Lucy Preston were guests of Mrs David Montgomery on Back Creek last Sat urday and Sunday t LOWELL Mr James Bourne visited his uncle Air Bertran Spratt last week Air Harve Davis of Crab Orchard- is visiting at Mr Will Sadlers Mr Hill from Missouri spent a few days with Mr Robert Brown the past weekMr George Moody from Kingston spent Saturday with his Mrs Robert Brown Mr Finn Davis who has been with the home talks for some time has re tnrned toLivingston Misses Sallie and Lucy Cade of visited Miss Ida Mae and Cora Hurte Saturday and Sunday Mr Dan Smith our photographer has one of the finest grapbapboues in the county He furnishes music for the town Mrs Belle Henderson who has been spending a few weeks with her dough ter bUs Ed NenliLd upline J home last week BOURSE Millard Hamm was with friends Bryantsville Sunday Allen Shearer sold to Nelson Marsee of Alarksbury a nice mare colt for 85 Mr Sam Raynes who has been quite ill of pneumonia is improving slowly Job Alarsee sold several loads of corn to J T Upton of Boyle at 2 25 per bbl Sam Alorford sold a two year old filly to John Jackson of Bryantsville for 130 H F Edginton delivered his crop of tobacco to Nicholasville parties at GJ cts per Ib Mr Joe Pope the well known trader of Hyattsyille was here Saturday buy ing cattle James Ledger of Hyattsville was the guest of his mother here several days last week Mr James Durham wife and baby were visiting his home folks at Marks bury Sunday The many friends of Mrs Sam Mor ford will be glad to know that she is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Elisha Forbes of Mc Creary visiting friends and rel olives here last week MAHKSBUllY Mrs Clorinda Huston has recently been paralyzed Mr Mote Scott was in Lexington a few days ago on business Mrs Sallie Fox and Miss Bettie spent Wednesday in Danville The Christian Eadeavor met with Miss Bettie Royston Thursday Mr Will Swope of Lexington spent Wednesday of last week with M F Route The Ladies Working Society will next Thursday with Mrs Cbas Burdette Mr Gallaher has moved to obis farm iu Fayette county which he purchased some time ago Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdette of Bryantsville were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Burdette Sunday Mrs Vic Rice and little daughter Stella Rice of McCreary spent several days last week with the home folks The Christian Endeavor will give an ice cream supper on the evening of March 30th at the residence of Bud Dunn price of admission 15 cts On the Evening of April 1st a special service will oe held at Pleasant Grove church by the pastor Rev Carpenter begining promptly at 7 oclock Every body invited Rev of Louis vile preached sermons on last Sunday morning and eeuinjf That Big Hemp Yield Woodfcrd Sun Some people have expressed doubt of the correctness of the statement in last weeks Sun that Hopkins and tbe Hartford brothers bad produced an average of 1920 Ibs of hemp per acre on 14 acres of the Nelson farm We have seen Mr Hopkins since and be vouches for the figures He says field that produced the hemp contains 15 acres and is by a creek that takes up at last one acre They aimed to sow a scant bushel of seed per acre and sowed exactly 13 bushels The was so thick and hoary he says that all of it rot be spread in the field it be ing necessary to lay part of it in an adjoining field We note in the Shelby News that J Band JS Burton of by claim an average ot 1704 pouada per acres on six acres which was sold at 4Jc straight e SundaylIed Montgomery sistt r Wallace town in- S Roys- ton two very intel estlng I JL traversed I cOuld Icounty i visiting returned were meet Wham crop She yield I l v p Danville Kentucky SemiAnnual 10c Sale BEGINNING Tuesday March 20th and continuing for balance of week We adver tise this far ahead to give our outof County cus tomers an opportunity to make their arrange ments to be here on time to secure some of these bargains We will haye on sale hundreds of ar ticles that are of interest to every one and that are usually sold at from 1 5c to 35c all at 1 Oc We cannot publish details now but assure yell that it will pav you to come and come early Our Big Store is Crowded With New Goons In Every Department About bong Gloves The visible supply of Long Silk and Kid Gloves is about one pair to twenty pairs wanted so advise you to supply yourself now We placed a big order last Aug ust for these Gloves and at present have a big supply of Long Silk Gloves in Black White Reseda Green Light Blue Pink Heilotrope and Tan We are the only house in this section that carries the genuine Kaiser Pat Finger Tip Gloves No others are as good in any way White and Black Kid Gloves in 12 iG and 20 but ton lengths from 150 to 350 pair Tailored Suits- We are showing a line of very exclusive styles in new dressy Suits only one of a style in all the new colors of Old Rose Reseda Green Hello Alice Blue Tan White and White and Black They are well worth coming to see SILK Shirt Waist Suits made of real Chiffon Taffeta as low and finer ones up to 25 Silk Eton Suits from 18 to 35 LINEN SUITS Handkerchief Linen Suits with hand Embroidery at 550 to 10 Linen Eton Suits from 10 to 25 Waists We are showing a very choice assortment of new Lace and Net Waists at 5 to 10 These are very dressy and serviceable and are cheaper and better style than you can get up at home Spring Wraps Lace Embroidered and Linen Boleros or Throw overs from 350 to 25 These are in great demand Be sure to see the line early Covert Coats in great variety from 5 to 14 Tourist Coats and Raincoats to 20 Silk Wraps from 5 to 20 awns and in ns We carry every quality except the poor ones Prices for 36inch Linen Lawns 350400 45C soc 6sc 750 8ocr i o 2 You can always get the grade you want We call special attention to our 35C quality of Lawn as you will find it equal to any that you will see at soc In the heavier Linens we have every quality in yard wide and 212 yard wide and each and every piece is priced right Val kac Embroideries Come to us for Vals We have an assortment that jou will seldom find equalled by the largest city houses We import these direct and as cheap as can be done and our prices are absolutely as low as be had anywhere An immense line of of every kind from the narrowest to the widest and from cheapest to finest Allovers Bands Flounces Edges Insertions and Medallions to suit every purpose Kentucky Itt IZIIItJ I d J g i Ii we I 3 I fd SUITSSilk II as i I 1 from 10 II I Linen I I f IJBQ o r L a i i I I II I 1 rierWst lenarr rtrrefcw i Sto ace p I mien I can Embroideries i Danville or i t Write ft Letter any member of The City Council j or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShooting I or any violation of the City X Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as far as possible Back up your of licers by YOUR MORAL SUITOUT not by criticism if you are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you think tell whole truth not ungrounded suspi cion tell all you know with out fear or favor Dont say the ollicers are in collusion If with vice unless you can sub stantiate the fact 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 the same We have all the Newest Creations and our prices will suit all experienced trimmer will in charge to please you ADA ENNAIED at Miss Noels old stand Richmond street PIIOXE 180 That Smooth Finish ito I I I f I t A riI Ii I Ix I I I I IAn 18 I I i I g OOOOOOOO t 1 l f Ttcrtvlat i r 00000000000000000000 So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you us a trial bundle We will call for vour work J M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 v Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky By a special arrangement with the publishers we enable to send The CENTRAL RECORD Olcr The CINCINNATI nAIL Y POST Remarkable AND Both one Year for only 250 This means you must pay up all you owe to The Record and ONE YEAR I N A 1 VA NCE This offer lasts for a few days only Send all orders Central Beconl Lancaster The Post Is printed at 2 oclock rat and gets to Lancaster same night at 82G This is the best bargain we have ever offered our patrons Trees Plants Vines For the Spring of 1906 The BLUE GRASS NURSERIES at Lexington Ivy 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 gener al catalogue on application to H F Hillonmeyer Sons WmHerndon GB Hwlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormea drug store WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mail house oiau or woman for this co an l adjoining territory fA a d expense money advanced Work plea ant position COOPER 4 CO Apr IS 1SI Lake St Chicago Uli T r order toe r Salary n required ar 9C WE SELL GENUINE iw7iilcu Inn Syracuse PLOW D PPJNTS- D buy imitations if yon want good results Best line of plows ever offered to the trade MOUNT ELKIN Sole agents for American Fence I t Gossip About People v v v A Brier Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Vt Are In Mr J B Jennings was at home the first of the week Mr S T Leaves has been in Somerset for several weeks W II Bright of Lexington is visit ing at CT Grimes Mrs W C Price of Danville is vis iting Mrs Martha Frisbie Mrs S P Grant of Danville visited her mother Mrs Hariett Price Mrs Mattie Xevius of Stanford is visiting her son Mr Joe Xevius Elkin entertained a few friends at a dining the past week Mr John Francis has gone to Stan ford where he has accepted a position Misses Pearl and Hanna Aldridge of Stanford are visining Mrs J Williamsburg Times Mr A C Ma han left Sunday morning for Lancas ter Mr W C Price and family of have been guests of Mrs Martha Frisbie Mrs R E McRoberts have returned from several days visit in Gin cimiati Mrs Thomas Wall and children are visiting her mother Mrs R A Stone of SomersetMrs Doyle of Shelbyville has been visiting her sister Mrs Games at Mrs H MBallous Miss Nell Johnston has returned from a visit to her cousin Mrs Sam Hardin of London Mrs T C Wall has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs R A Stone in Somerset Misses Margaret and Joan Mount will leave this week for a visit to friends in La Grange Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a delightful visit to her aunt Mrs Rhinehart of London Mr A G Lackey who has been with his parents Mr D M Lackey and wife has returned to Kansas City Mr and Mrs Luther Gibbs and little daughter have been visiting Mr and Mrs J II Baughman of Danville C Hemphill and daughter Miss Theo were visiting friends in Lexington from Saturday until dayMrs H II Price who has been her grandparents Mr and Mrs D M Lackey has returned to her home in Danville Middlesborough home of Rev C M Reid was made glad by the arrival of a youngster a great tig boy Sallie Tillet and Laura Smith leave this week for Cincinnati to pur chase spring and summer millinery Miss Laura Smith will make a visit Mrs T S S Johnson c Mr and Mrs J Non NewsThe Misses a i i j k r 1 p Danville 1 I f I visiting 1 J yesterday F to her neice Mrs J M Staughton of Middletown Ohio before returning home Mr and Mrs Jas I Hamilton have re i urned from a visit to Memphis The following Knights Templar at attended a meeting of Ryan Com mandery in Danville Monday night Faris J R Haselden J C Hemphill J M Rothwell Jesse W Sweeney and Keg Mason Lancaster people are glad to learn of the improvement in condition of Dr Walter Beazlcy who has been illf pneumonia at his home in Los Angeles Califonia He was quite ill for a time but a telegram states that he is very much better and out of danger Mr Morris Farris the gentlemenly representative of the Medicine Co was here this week and renewed an advertising contract with The Record Mr Farris is a Danville boy who has made many friends on the road especially among the news paper men The marriage of Miss Maggie Law rence to Mr Will Dave Gooch near White Oak last week was attended by a very large crowd of friends and relatives and a most bountiful supper was served The ceremoney was pre formed by Rev Livingston of Crab Or chard The couple are prominent people and have the best wishes of a large number of friends Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington In dian Territory but thanks to dham berlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the bestof liniments If troubled with rheuma tism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the promptrelief which it afford One application relieves the pain For sale by McRoberts Drug Store 1m GOODS j Arriving My stock of Spring and jg Summer S1 is now arriving and I cordial ily invite the ladies to call and see the goods knowing that m you cannot lind a Prettier y More Complete or Handsomer line ttanywhere Come while the goods are W yjj all in and get first choice JMJ IP Everything in the most W- f Up to date Styles M Patterns and Trimmings p- II Miss Bettie Broaddos Dr G C chamberlain Tf Wi gb dd v IIlEUI fI I m ILiII INE Y r 00m Ii II11 u f2 v2 1 0 D 1 C OvuLJ I r Y rJK IbJ 1 COFFEE I Yes we are sole agellts for the f moue Woolson Spice Co line of Coffees prices ranging from 15s to 35s Per pound i We guarantee this coffee to farm exceedany other line in town ICull and let us show you or 1b G lio X 1 iI1 6 T mo C C oooooro Z so C m CoffeL Coffee phone 20- xf f DFWID8ON Pe Careful What You Say The Carlisle Advocate gets off this one A newspaper man whose name is incidental to this story was sit ting alone In his office the other night smoking and strange to say thinking when he had occasion to use the tele phone He arose laid the cigar he was smoking on the chair and took down the receiver Just as he lifted the instrument a friend stepped into the olllce and started to sit down in the chair Not realizing that the oper ator could hear what he was saying and just as she was about to say Number please in her sweet tone newspaper man yelled Look out there Youll burn your pants between central and the newspaper man was suddenly and un cerimoniouBly severed and in about thirty minutes the and demanded an explanation of a satis faction nature were made but the operator has thus far refused to be comforted Good Work The Kentuky Childrens Home Soci ety has sixty boys and girls between the ages of three and nine for whom they desire good Chrsstian homes These children are unusually bright and attractive and that no family will be disappointed in a child we send them Will you show your interest in this great work for by giving a home to one of these little ones Unless you have a first class home in every respect and unless you are moral and stand well in your community do not applyas we will under no circumstances place a child in a home unless it can get the best advantages This is the Masters work inasmuch as he said Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not If you are interested in this charirv and would like to take a child please address the Kentucky Childrens Home Society No 2115 Von Borrles Ave Louisville Ky Very Respectfully george L Sehon State Supt Lancaster Dry Forever White the temperence people did not gain every point sought in the countyunit bill yet they secured the enactment of a law covering all towns up to the fifth class which places Lan caster under the law The bill pro vides that All counties with the exception of those with cities of first four classes must vote as units on the local option questionsCities the first four classes and and the counties out side these cities made sepratc units If the county votes dry no in that county can be wet On the other hand if a county votes wet any precinct in that county which previous to the election was dry shall remain The same rule applies as well to the cities of the first four classes There are at present 119 counties in the State Sixtyeight are local op tion The temperance element claims under bill passed twenty seven more will be added to their column and that they have a great chance to carry other units Lancaster can not vote on open sal oons until she has reached a population of four thousand THE DOG LAW A Measure That Will Soon Go Into The dog law which has passed both branches of the Legislature and which will become a law by June is quite comprebesive The following are some of its provisions Every dog over four months old shall be taxed Every person who keeps or harbors a dog on his place or allows it to be done shall be considered the owner The assessor shall note the name kind color size and sex in the assess ors book The tax on dogs shall be kept as a separate fund and be used to pay for sheep killed by dogs Elaborate provisions are made for proving the loss of sheep and claims for damages shall be acted on by the fiscal court The owner of the dog shall be liable for damages done by his dog but if the bitten are upon the the owner at night no damage shall allowedAll listed for taxation shall be regarded as property and the owner may recover for all damages done to his dog Every persot who ownes or harbors a dog and tails to list it with the assess or shall be fined ten dollars for each dog and it he tails or refuses to pay the tax he shall be fined 25 for each offenseThe and his deputies and the constable shall kill or cause to be killed all dogs on which the tax is not pad and shall be allowed fifty cents for each dog killed Any person who shall put out poison upon his premises or elsewhere the same may poison any dog shall be fin ed from 2 to 25 or be put in jail for six months or both at the of the jury and shall be liable for damages to the owner of the dog The tax is one dollar on each dog The law contains many provisions out these are the most prominent A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant tast and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly their coughs and colds and prevents any dan ger of pneumonia or other serious It only cures croup when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack 1 For sale by McEoberte Drug store Communication managercalled humanity very dry Effect persons premises- of the i the indignant we guarantee precinct Remedy cures consequences not but n ills Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked symptoms It is due to an inflammation 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 back to the shoulder blade At the flrst symptoms of indlges Lion treatment should at once be started with Mi ona This is a sc entific remedy adapted specifically to one purpose the cure of stomach troubles It is uniformly sucrssful that R E McRoberts signed guarantee with every 50 cent box that the money will be refunded if it does not cure Mi ona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the disestive organs and building up the whole system Use it for a few days and there is no reason why you should not be able to eat any food you like at any time with out fear of distress Business Items See Pug Hes the ice man tf A nice lot of two boards on hand now John Magee I want your side meat will pay good prices H M Ballou Ulcer of the Stomach Insidious Nature of the Disease How to Recognize and Cure It Save your money buy Neverwett Rooting John Magee Lancaster Grocery Co pays 12icts for fresh eggs all this week How would you like to be the ice man Im it Pug Elkin tf Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just receiven by Bunks Hudson I will pay the highest price for eggs and butter 11 M Ballou Just Received New lot sewing machine neeedles and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf I will not be undersold Smoke that please Ballou 2t Just Riceived New lot of Best made Thompson the Jeweler tf See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 10 21tf I do handle the best coffee let no one throw you off 11 M Ballou 2t If your old clock is out of fix bring it in and get a new one Thompson the Jeweler tf Newest and latest styles in Box Pa per Tablets and envelops Frisbies i Frisbies Drug Store y Neverwett Roofing will last you from 10 to 15 years and only 110 per square caps and nails included John Magee 2t Wanted Veal Calves Will pay cash for veal calves at high ess market price C W Anderson at Hudsons stand It red heifer Left my place on Lexington pike about Feb 1 Five dollars reward for return Wm Lear tf Calladium Canna Bulbs and Putted Plants for sale at Hamilton Dunlaps store Orders for Cut Flowers a spe cialty Mrs Chaires Walter 3 Ititf The pupils of the Herring district are requested to meet Sunday afternoon at Herrings at three for the organizing the Sunday school 2t W E Moss president 1st Dist Last Notice All knowing themselves Lancaster Graded School for back taexs will please call at once and as it will save you cost as space has been engaged in this paper to ad vertise same E W Harris Tres 2t Miss Sallie Tillet has an elaborate line of ft distinctive 1 HEADWEAR 1 M direct from the Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is 5s8 i extended to all to call and s If see the new styles i- S1UIE D TIUBT excepting those caused feet tt Ill Drug Store PuttyVarnish Lost Cow Hornless Notice purpose- of Indebted- to settle Yflr X IMillinery I m m IJ i I I a- Jlr QII ti rdtic t by indigestion stomach schoolhouse schoolhouse o chock e l I t We want your sacked sausage Highest pricet paid Currey Hern don tf Wanted About ten or acres of good grass laud for for this year Will rent fur entire year to this office tf Corn Crushed Bring in corn and get it for feed Banks Hudson I will be at my olllce 0 1 Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mittle A Dunn Supt Highest market price paid for produce Currey llerndon 2t Remember 1 sell time best goods and sell them as cheap as any one 2t H M Ballou We want your country produce and Toilet Articles of discription at Frisbies Drug Store Your orders for coal will have Bring your but ter and eggs to us Currey Herndon 2t I will give a little more for eggs than any one else come and see 2t 11 M Ballou ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf The finest line ever Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the Marksbury and Hudson ware house Call phone 1C or 26 11 M West Co We always pay the highest market price for eggsCurrey 2t John Magee Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order to get it we propose to give you more for your produce than any one else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Herndon The Baptist Ladies Aid Society has engaged Dr T T Eaton of Louisville to deliver one of his popular lectures here Friday evening April 27lh His subject will be Poor Kin tf We have a beautiful line of samples of engraved wedding invitations call If you want to see tall hustling just ring up 181 and see how quickly U 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 M t Sterling Kyy For chapped hands face dr use Frlsbles Almond Cream thrill pos lovely cure them Price 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 well to see her before placing your orders tf Wanted Country Hams We pay highest market price for all produce Currey Herndon tf Handsomest line of cut ever brought to Central Kentucky just o Morrow McRobeats tf Silver Wyandotts Eggs from picked and mated pens of Pure Bred Sliver Wyandotts 100 per sitting G B Swinebrord tf Lancaster Ky Wanted Poultry Will pay nine cents per pound for hens alive Northcott at Mulflngers stand lie Square Take your prescriptions t risbies Drug Store he uses but the very finest drugs ob tamable Y meals during court at 25cts Evry thing good and served in the best manner Miss Lena Bright Flower Sale The Baptist Ladles Aid Society will have a flowersale at the store of C D Powell April 15th and continuing several days A splendid assortment will be on hand and you buy them at very reasonable prices Remember the date jtf White Leghorns Exclusively Do yeu want eggs If so get a start of White Leghorns The grearest lay ers yet produced Mine have been bred for heavey for 12 years Eggs 15 for 50 cents 35 for 100 100 and over 2 cents each W E Moss Phone 184F Laucaater Ky Imay List At Once Now is the time to list your property for this year We are catalogue for the year We special facilities for finding you a buy er for property and on hand both City and farm property for sale at all times Hughes Switiebroad Real Estate Agts Notice to Consumer When you want coal or salt make office your office where I will be glad to have you at any old time that you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or 5 miles of this city parties wanting ca any thing h paying highest market for all kinds of teed Ring 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and street J A Jones flitt your country priceCome every Coal appreciatedif byEd DrugStore yourfinishing II Verylatest anythingIn Wanted penned at lIBub n6 a chemicals 2 2 tt dayboardpos- sible begglnnlng on preparingour- new pc 1 prlcesto d lots Will e for corn and Bu f grazing Apply crushed I f Perfume x C C I of any herein always Buggy Painting and REPAIRING We use the Best Rubbero- n the market A full line of New Buggies etc on hand at astonishing low prices 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 FRISBIES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts 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 Otlice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 E L Woods Prey W C Fish Vice Prcst W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED E I I lUluunU1U1U1U1UUUUU I I I II I I I R OOCOOOOO OOC ooco I I I I I will I I I J OOC OOOOOOOO iFREEBy I II II nn1rnrnrnrnUrnr nr frnrnrmmnrnrnrmmnrnrnrmnrre- s Io P I J P r t Give P JMv 1J JIIIIIUJIIIUlU111111t1UJI1111J11JU 1C 3 DrugStore 0c We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modat ion that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITA 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R J 8 WOODS WOODS W C FISH DIP7crroRS LARNOLD- R G GUYN BURROWS- J B E L II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance Lewis Y LEAYELL President r IIVie Prest JJ WALKER ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL l5 o SURPLUS IO M B F HUDSON Cashier W O Rieirar Asst Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON Hudson T M I I J 1 B F J J Walker Arnold j I solicited At ntlrvtlvs Old I I L II AVc ctablc Assimilating theJoodandReguta ling theSt and Bowels ness and RestCOntains neither OpmmNorphine nor Mineral oNOT NARCOTIC rOlJIrJilazzlJ1tER lJAnin Sent dy for Constipa lion Sour ea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness OF SLEEP Tae Simile signaturc or NEW YORK EXACT cOPYOY WRAPPER W Itht AfrJwsRddLC In IThnSctd IMI7In andLoss f Bears the Jgnature of For Infants and Children The Kind You Have A ways Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR CO AN NEW YORK CITY CASTORIA I 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 groundFor Cheaperand than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results fertilizers GrainsSeeds r 1- JItuutw MANri9- f IPdCOpp0pTD 4UFLfllW Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Potatoes Poultry Supplies Onion Sets Weekly Prico List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA LouisvilleKenderson StLouis Railway Henderson Route Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays February and March 190C 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 sale first and third Tuesdays of February and Marsh 1JO- GSecondclasscoloniht rates to California and Northwest tickets on sale daily February 15th to April 7th 1000 ASK US FUR RATES J Trav Pass Agt J IRWIN Gen Pass Agt Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint H GALLAGHER L fi J JIlid lid i i II J II IIiIJrJI p Ii j Store- S for Infants and Children TiM KM Always Bwgbt I CASTORIA You Han r M R5DSCINCINNATI r BootsShoesRubbers Ctd LeldWar But I l E c Lr a ar Smlesn For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The farm garden begins to attract more attention from year to year and well it should When a farmer has a well kept he naturally com pares it with his outside farm and wonders why the later cannot be equal ly well worked aud weeded and made to look and produce as well as the few acres near the house Then think of the luxury of a good garden all through the summer and fall to say nothing of the truck left over for winter Think of being able to step into the garden at any moment and helpvourself to sweet corn potatoes turnips beets string beans egg plant tomatoes lettuce peppers cabbage cauliflower carrots and on ions Add to these your eggs milk and cream spring chickens ham ba con and fresh meatsHiid you have a bil of fare that cant be surpassed for love or money Truly the garden is the best part of the farm Natures Great Invention r A arden lima ans On de banks ob de Amazon far away Flowers to Ah picked dose flowers in August in ole llrazil An aldo 1se a Yankee ah bugs to be dar still Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic that been successful in the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a and natures of digestion and ab and rebuilding by ALT irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt and natural result in tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing of the duct fermentation of unhealthy Foods nervous dyspepsia and such as jaundice etc i jAugust Flower is natures intended nlator Two sizes 250 750 All druggists For gale br U E McKobcrta NOTICE TO CREDITORS GAUKAUU CIRCUIT COURT Ruth A Aldrid es Admr against Ruth A Aldridces Dev Persuant to an order of the Garrard Circuit Court made at the March term ItlOG in the above styled case the as Special Commissiner will at his ollice in his residence on Danville street in the city of Lancas ter Kv hear proof on c altos the estate of Ruth A decd beffininp on March 31 1905 All having claims against said estate will please present them promptly promperly proven Mch 1 1HOO JNO W MILLER Special Comr Garrard Circuit Court The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 1 4 P 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 feeders Common to medium feeders Good to extra stock steers Common to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heilers Common to medium stock heifers Plain light mixed stockers Medium to good hulls Choice veal calves Common to medium calves Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 ibs Medium packers ICO to SUU Ihs Choice light ship 120 to 160 lbs Choice pigs 90 to 120 tbs Good pigs 50to901bs Roughs 150 to SOO Ibs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Falrtogood Common to medium Bucks Extra shipping lambs Best butcher Iambi Common tallcndlamb 75 5 4 75 3 SO 4 CO 2 50 3 00 3 fiO t 3 25 4 00 2 75 I 00 so a oo 2 00 2 50 3 25 t 75 1 75 2 25 2 00 8 50 2 25 t 00 G 50 4 00 M 5 n sorptionfor perfect constipation 1er lirs and undersigned I a Aldridge persons 4 2 GOO HOGS G 20 5 O 550 I I 4 OO 3 2 OO Ii G ill I OO 5 t o o faraway ha Sre S 0 tiS 64 64 5 7 73 2 a 0 20050 0 Jesse DWearen e i Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possl ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel IJ it Lancasterand IJ U I ij IJ 5 3 fj JbUJL 5 r There are more llcCall Patten sold Inth United is o Fabion titan any otbr Mar ttt furs ubscripinnJ2 tiOCtII Lal 3 ccitt Fve sullcriler gets a StcCall tern Free Subcrihe today Lady UarnTsmepremuntr cnissin Psttrn ue 0 and Preminm shoitg oo um eat 44css THE MCCALl CO States than of any othr make of atns rids account of accuraty and stntpiintt- yMcCall MnasiutTheOenofIn menu bscribers ta tcnst Catalnie pen tier Bcw REAL ESTATE Farms and City Property For SALE and EXC5AM 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 find the purchaser what him and to find the seller a pur chaser We bring buyer and seller to gether This list will be taken from and added to from time to time To prospective purcliaserssomething in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the front rank as to the produc tion of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for breaking hemp was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paying the highest market price as also for other farm products A new brick lintel 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 will at once Plans are also being perfected for the erection of a new opera house and other business 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 headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Company whose lines reach all points The Bell Telephone also has a line here There Is free rural delivery of mall along all the pikes in the County Further is unnecessary but Come and See Xo 1 Brick store room on public square u Lancaster 25 feet frontage full length of the block Is in the best business portion of the town Can sell this property to us to net purchaser per cent on his invest ineut after payment of taxes Insurance etc A lmrgnin for No 2 Frame cottage rooms rlj acres of ground on Totten avenue In Lancaster 3 acres in grass This property will rent for 1200 per mouth Xo 3 5 room frame cottage on Totten avenue in Lancaster 153 acres of land 1 acre in grass Rents for 1000 per mouth Price 110000 Xo 4 Brick storeroom and dwelling on Danville street in Lancaster Close to Public Square The storeroom is large and well light ed Dwelling portion has large 2 story hall rooms and hull room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable at the rear of premises opening on alley Price 375000 The building alone without the ground Is worth the money Xo 5 2 story frame dwelling on south side of Richmond street in Lancaster 1 acre of ground good garden plenty of fruit and hardy Mowers good stable toud outbuildings This property has to be sold Price 250000 Xo C 2 story frame dwelling in best resi dence portion of Lancaster 1j acres of water works in yard good cistern also well in back lot young orchard and plenty of fruit alt necessary out buildings including stable splendid garden spot Price 2700CO No 7 Frame cottage dwelling aud 2 acres of ground on Richmond street in Lancaster Rents for 15 tier mouth Price 170000 Xo 8 Building lots in Lancaster suit you In location and price Xo 9 Large and commodious brick bust ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet S well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandar good cistern and well on the premise l acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building OH this property cost what we ask for it Price 500000 Xo 10 The Dripping Springs lu Lincoln county This summer resort is so well known we deem it unnecessary to give description here We can sell this property so xs to be a money makcrto the purchaser See or writs us for price and full description Xo II 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave nue in Lancaster Always rent gocd for n home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each Xol2 5 building lots on Totten Lancaster 50 feet from each 1 of the lots has cistern and foudatlou rock reedy for house These lots adjoin and can sell tnem as a whole or seperately The price will suit you 250 per front foot A nice new frame cottage garden cud lot on Lexington street in Lancaster slrable home In sight otthe Graded school unit in one of the best residence sections the City Price 2COOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm property No 14 Something you dont have a chance at of Brick residence and 12 acres of ground within the City limits of Lancaster Ky The house consists of 10 rooms and Kitchen 3 halls 3 large back porches one upstairs 2 stairways front and back iron porch In frontwaterwori throughout the house bathroom closet c vx OG 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 hardy flowers The house and grounds are in u fine state of repair This property must be sold for a dir ision of the proceed among the heirs to the property This is an ideal home and must be seen to be appreciated The price 1000000 way below Its value Xo 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 largo new barn plenty of water is on free delivery mail route within one mlle of store and 2 churches and school Worth what is asked per acre No 16 74 acres t 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 is I miles from pike same distance from Bryantsvllle a pike wilt be built by this propertywhlch makes it at price weofferlt a fine investment 6500 per acre No 17 SMli acres of fine hemp aad tobacco land on Klrksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water lu e very field with creek springs and pools Pew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco 1 tenant house lee house 2 buggy houses milk house and all neccasary out bulHlngs 2 j miles from Churches school stores tc This property ia right on pike and is well Improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy paymentsNo 38 acres of laud and nice 5 room cot tage 1 miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly in grass sev eral acres In tobacco this year As an Invest ment this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000 No 19 107 acres of laud in Garrard County in the Paint Lick section About 1 mile from pike small frame house and other out 1 stock and tobacco barn 35 acres of Urn wills lt all commence Also back 7 See us price- S l800 00 round property o No o of tel S 5 10 Is 00 K barns build- Ings I 0 0 0 0 0 buildings description runs iv flue 15 Ads ion 34 4 I bervtl land oa Which there is 100 fine mij raapfesfSGucrss lu gTHs3 Balance in cultiva don wrtteied by never falling springs aiid ponds Price 2000 per acre Xo 20 45 acres of land close to town on good pike well unproven good residence and barn and out buildings Is a nice home Will worth the money See US for price No 21 311 acres of hue hemp and tobacco land In Garrarl County only from Lan caster runs right along the pike Is near an other Dike Splendid stock farm About 1OT acres in cultivation balance in grass 2 story ling new st ck burn and other out Is well watered Parties wanting this mitch Innrt will do well lit this or it Clot be divided 3 purchasers tU50 per acre 212 acres of good curl fertile laud right on Danville pike 2 miles from town good house new barn and other out buildings Plenty of water good fencing will raise hemp and tobacco This farm can be divided so us to make I good farms fronting on pike 0250 per acre Xo 23 1 story frame pottnjre of and 2 acres of land just outside the City limits of Lancaster has full benefits of the town without the payment of town taxes A bargain 1180000 Other property for sale and xclnuiKe List your property with us we would like to show you our contract HUGHESSWINEBROAD Red Estate LANCASTER KENTUCKY Real Estate BargainsF- OR SALE BY W T EWING Real Estate Agency HAIlIlOUSUFKti KY 210 ACRES well impvd near pike Mercer Coat 10 ex for smatter farm 16 Acres onpike near Salvlsa dwelling orch ard new barn 100 207 Acres tine hemp tobacco land close to Bur gin with SO acres wheat 277 Acres good Iiipvd wheat farm near Burgin at 70 105 Acres tobacco antI wheat farm near pike 3500 120 Acres on Lexington pike 5 ml Hbarg hemp laud ut 75Ex 100 Acres on good rcad near pike well impvd 18 Acres poultry farm near Burgiii 1000 57 Acres welt Impvd land near Burglu Good 5750 75 Acres good laud for any crop 3 ml good road at 50 167 Acres fine lund near Salvisn in grass 10 years Impvd at 5 IN Acres 3 mile Ilurglti Grows hemp tobacco etc well impvd at 15 120 Acre good impvd laud and Shaker town 1500 150 Acres excellent laud Grant Co Ky well impvd grows line tpbncco at 22 an acre Owner in other business Hot opera house store all with fine trade and on same lot Main growing Ky rail way towu7COO Exchange even farm and many other property XOTE I live buyers for a number of good GARRARF Co farms I charge nocommlssion sell Writ for my REAL ESTATE PAPER t sell Smiles rck buildings to look smaller rJII to suit or xo 22 Grooms itO on f near pike of for a till i Iflto 2 llburg a et t HfWES 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 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 ITTEBSONS The feeily CENTRAL RECORD BOTH ONE YEAR for ONLY 15O Few people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a lamily paper By a we are enabled to offer the Week ly and this paper one year for the price named above Send your subscription forthe combination to to the CourierJournal SURE SAFE TheMSCWHEB tyro aMtnUr f wucmdwtk Btllete 3MYS RHEUMATISM 75HC Mae SQM hy F P FRISBIE Druggist andare Courier Journal Till I specialarrangement CourierJournal usnot PAP AND Denns SSSCo C tunbu 0 5 Si Sheriffs FOR TflXE By virtue of the tax due me as rard County for the year iyfl owing by the delinquent tax payers county I or one of my deputies will on Monday March 26 1906 between the hours of 9 A M arid I p M it being Lular March term of the Garrard Coon ty Court expose before the Court House door In the city of Lancaster the following real in Garaid County Kentucky listed by said delinquents tux i i ers or mich there of as tiny be necessary to pay the unpaid tax of said delinquents for the year 1U05 as Set forth opposite their names The same Includes penalty anti cost of advertising As the same is paid the names willjlisa enr LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT XO 1 Boyle Henry town lot 276- Cunmnglmm Mary 2 town lots 12 CO JonesJ A I town lot 13K- Traylor Allen 1 town lot 1155 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT NO I Jones Jim Jr 1 town jn- Ieavell Geo W 1 town lot 70 Lea veil George 1 town lot r 70 iliUdletonlob 1 acre S 00 Salter Heirs I town lot 3 fio Turpiu Ella 1 town lot w Torts Madison I town lot ft 20 Taylor Lucy 1 town lot BRYAXTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT NO 2 Allen Mrs William ii acres I K- iUronu Mary C ft acred 4 Cheatham Kllshu 15 acres r Hudson II J 210 acres SJ lo Lear J T 10 acres 17 20 Pollard John 4 acres Preston Mrs Susie 1C acres 10 i0 Sadler Ellen 10 acres 470 fherrow Miss Sullie 1 acre 2 M Williams towr lot 520- BRYANTdVILLE COLORED DISTRICT XO2 Caldwell Harrison C 20 Dunn Sanders acres 4 M Davis Rich 1 acre t 5 Dunn Duck acre o o Davis John 1 acre 4 4ji Dunn Commadoie 1 acre 4 1- 5Embry Callie 1 acre 4 2 Gullies Chas Bro 3 acres i so Grieves Mat 1 acre G Hicks Mariab I town lot 3 Kennedy Eliza 1 town lot 2 1 5 Morehead Sam 1 acre 430 Sigar Uiiium I acre 4 Oi Smith Ben 1 acre G W Taylor Tom 15 acres 4 J5 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT XO 3 Baker John 23 acres Kelly Tom 12 acres y y Layton J II 35 acres 11 63 Murphy William 2 acres I Powers Mary B 154 acres Ray 695 Whittaker Will 10 tiered 5 20 Walker W 11 63 acres 18 05 Woods A J 35 acres 11 0 BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT Xo 3 Anderson Pete 20 acres COO PAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO 4 BrocK John oO acres 95 BroadusJ W 1 acre ii JO Bird Green 5 acres S 35 Cooley Sallie 20 acres ti CO Gufney Giveus2 acres CIO Kiuckles Jas SOacres 4 7- 0Koehltr Ed 137 acres 35 50- MeCullums Heirs 40 acres 2 W Ross ilalesa 3 acres 2 50 White SIrs K E 1 nieces 6 O- fWhltehead June 90 acres 3 35 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT XO 4- Adklnson Henry 1 H acres tfi 05 Cheatham Milo acre itOFaulkner Abe 10 acres 6 0 Faulkner Hill 1 acre 415 Faulkner Eddie 12 acres 435 lucks Oscar acres 415 Hawkins Su tan Heirs 1 Town Lot 3 5 Kennedy 470 Leave Thomas acre 315- Marret Henry 8 acres s 90 Heirs 1 Town Lot S K- iXcwlaud John 1 acre 4 10 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County Ely Cures CeltUi Prevents Pneumonia Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you Sat o 0 Sheriff of Gllr ofuld the o f I Allle I Jr r 4 48 4U lIke itJf acres 8 Marret Wilt fOLInIlONlJimAk I I Sac estate lotS 15 mere I t 7 5 Fd 2 acres i j and Foleys Honey anti Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious re suits from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if FoSeys Honey and Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night If you have a coughs or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey End Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember tbi name Honey and refuse any substitute offered Do nt take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foleys Honsy ansi Tar that costs j you RO nicro and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said H Had CGncusnjvticn E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards poncunced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave me so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called I consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs since that time Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six time as much SOLD ARC RECOKKDEQ BY For sle by CC T E Stormes I Ire iVS HOI EY s an TiR CURES Oouijhs andColds I Consumption strengthens Foley Tarand 2 PEVE- TPrnoila Trains Leave Lancaster 1Xo10A514 st No5- 02lliSl No55- tiSOAM I No201- 15i3tsr 8 Opt fl1 1 Till1e effect ttCh I to6 NOru iorMl For Richmond Winchester Lexlng ton Frankfort LotiUville Cynthia tin Purls Oiirllsle Coy iiiLton Ciiiciuuatl etc c t For Winchester Paris Muysville rynthlaim Lexington Frankfort Phtlliyvllle awl lonlvilleI Tor Jellico Crab Orcbnrd Mt Veriini Livingston London Cor bin Only curries SOTln IOUo etc lllssenrs fur humus Stiddleyboro 44llthltoyviauti Junction City Lobs non Louisville Etc For HtlluCorol o1l For Stanford cud way stations Trains runt daily except Sunday Above ia LRAVINO stop at all sta tions wliHii tlaieed- TrUii No 10 makes direct connection at Win chster 77 A MMvith C t for all points and at S for allpuinls mist to Ashland Train No 30 makes dIrect connection at Win Chester 4 s IM with C A O for all points west to Louisville Train Xolli makes direct connection Row laud lii i lor all points south to Norton Va anti KnoxvilK Train No 29 mnkes direct connection at land 21 V M for all points north to Louis ville Fare the some via either Winchester or Row lund to Louisville Queen Crescent Trains Corrected lice 1 1M AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number 1 Daily stops when Unused SO amNumber 3 Daily stops when tlxggecDU 30 pm Somber Dally makes alt stops llO amNumber 9 stops NORTH BOVND Nnmber Dally stops when flagged 420 pm Number DOBS Numbers Dally stops l Opm Number 10 Dally stops 610 am Connection m de with Southern Railway to Louisville aud Lawrenceburg SOUTH RUN No dally Lye Bnnville 530 A M Arr Louisville 815 A M Lye Louisville 930A M Arret Louis C12 VM No 2 dally P 31 xoo No 23 tally No Lve St Louis 1000 A M 10UO r 31 Arr louisville 715 IM 710 IM Lye Louisville 74 M SCO A M Arr Danville llCOiM A M Xos J3 ml 21 tire solid trains between Dan ville antI St Louis carrying observation cafe and parlor car aud vestiboled coaches through without change Nos 1 mail 2 are sold trains between DaiivUreafl4St Louis carrying Fnll man reclining chair cars through wIthout change II Wlst to lotnisvlite AlI I Ito TRAINS I 803 pm toP1 WESTIOUIll I 21 145 I iLtEAST OlNI Idally I I It 15 sleep rlInd 55 RAILWAY M l0fi5r- fee Z493 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY GOOOO SURPLUS A BURY Pr daa JOHN I STORMES I Co DIIlIY CashIer ZJJ Robinson Bo T Etnbry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SulI D Cochran Alex A C W U Kinnalrd V CAPLTAL IO4N10- a L rice Presi AietCaahr ELDeany Robinson 1noLStonnes 0 5