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JKIOXTXEKTH TXAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 6 IU08 TIlE CENrrRAL RECORD N1T1DImI4 ff r l Vulcan Plows Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Land Rollers Corn Planters Cultivarors 8 The very best goods the very lowest prices HASELDEN BROS m 1 BIiWirg WElfilhil1l m iii fi I J8JaJ 11 L o Ij L L- At 1IIIIIIIIIIIIII IJ1Beazle9 I EldJaltilr on Arterial aid Cavity Office Danville Street lUNDERTAKER FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK 11 11 11 1 i Local Items Go to work for the opera house Rates at the Kengarlan will be 225 per day A fine entertainment at the tomorrow Friday night The president and secretary are busy on the Lancaster fair Williams will preach at Sycamore Valley the third Sunday in this month Everyone is invited to be present Elder F M Tinder will preach at the Christian church Sunday at the usual hours Morning subject Going to Church evening subject Our Ex cases H B Northcott has moved his office to his poultry yards on Stanford street where he is ready to receive all kinds of produce poultry etc at highest market price Aunt Suckey Hood one of Lan casters most highly respected colored women died Sunday and was buried Tuesday She was a good old lady and liked by all who knew her The death sentence given band master Bob Mitchell for killing a man at Marietta Ga has been to life imprisonment Prof Mitchell is well remembered in this section of Kentucky Bishop Burton Coming The friends of Bishop Burton of the Episcopal Church will be delighted to know he will conduct services in the Lincaster Memorial Methodist church on Monday evening March 16th Everybody cordially Invited Tomlinson For Delegate We have asked many leading Demo crats and they say there is no doubt as to the selection of Hon R H Tomlin son of this city as a delegate to the Democratic Notional Convention Mr Tomlinsons name has been put for ward by many of his friends and he certainly deserves the honor There is no harder worker for his party in county district state or national campaings NAMES TAKEN OFF The Record has given timely notice that it must comply with the new rul ing of the Post Office Department at Washington so we have taken off names of some subscribers and this week will use the pruning knife again A list of these will be kept and the accounts sold tl J Rev J H i J J I ij I commuted f f i IJ Court- House already ij i iJ J BY Special Cutter We have made arrangements with Mr F L Joslin Special Cutter representing L E Hays Co Tailors Cincinnati 0 for a return en gagement on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week March loth and nth 08 He will have a full line of piece goods with him for Spring Suits and we invite those who did not see the line before to call and inspect same on the above mentioned dates SMITE HERRING RETURN ENGAGEMENT rj H I O iMM H T- 1J r a v GOV W O BRADLEY ELECTED The Lancaster Man Made United States Senator After a Long Dead Lock in Legislature His legion of friends throughout the United States to say nothing of those in Kentucky and especially here in Lancaster his old home are simply boiling over with joy at x Gov Brad leys success in being elected United States Senator at Frankfort Friday As is known he was made the nominee of the Republican party at beginning of the present session of the Kentucky Legislature but so close was the vote with his opponent ex Gov J C W Beckham that the fight lasted many weeks So great was the interest in this contest that most all other bus ness was lost sight of and nothing was realy taken up earnestly until Monday after the victory had been won by the Lancaster man Gov Bradley was elec ted to succeed boy McCreary whose term expires next year He received 67 votes on joint ballot barely enough to elect as 127 members were present ard voting His election was made possible by four Democrats Senators and McNutt of Louisville Representative Mueller of Louisville and Representative Lillard of Boyle county who voted for him The Beckham supporters walked into a trap which had been laid for them The voting at joint session proceeded as usual until after enough Democrats bad voted to make the breaking of a quorum impossible when Senator Charlton changed his vote to Bradley Senator McNutt and Representatives Mueller and Lillard also voted for the Republican caucus nominee Pande monium broke loose when it Lecame apparent that Bradley had received a majority and a recapitulation was de manded by the Democrats who sur rounded the four members who haa voted for Bradley and pleaded with them to change Offers to withdraw Beckhams name and to call a Demo cratic caucus were made but the pro posal to compromise came too late and the four refused to change their votes On recapitulation a general breakup of the Beckham forces took place and at the final count he had but 15 votes the same number that was given to Ollie James Each Democrat voted for his personal choice while the Bradley ranks stood firm and the Speaker final ly announced the result Mr Bradley was escorted to the stand and made a speech of thanks pledging his best ef forts in the United States Senate for the good of the whole people of Ken tuckyWilliam OConnell Bradley who will represent Kentucky in the Senate of the United States for the six years March 41909 when the term of James B McCreary expires was born near Lancaster March 18 1847 being a son of R N Bradley and Ella Tot ten Bradley the elder Bradley being a distinguished lawer of his time At eighteen years of age W 0 Bradley be gan the practice of law at Lancaster At that time the law provided that no one was eligible to practice the pro fession under twentyone years of age A special act of the Legislature was necessary in the case of young Brad ley and after undergoing an examina tion before two Circuit Judges he was found competent and granted his license and admitted to the bar In 1870 he was elected County of Garrard county in 1872 he was Republican elector for the Eighth Congressional district and later made the race for Congress as a Republican but was defeated In 1876 he again made an unsuccessfsl race for Congress in the Eighth dis trict He was four times chosen Re publican National Committeeman for Kentucky and went as Delegateat Large from Kentucky to five Republi can National Conventions Four times previous to this he was chosen as the Republican caucus nominee for U S SenatorHe the race for Governor against Gen Simon Bolivar 1887 being defeated by 17000 majority the preceding Democratic majority in the Gubernatorial race bean 47000 He was appointed by President Harrison as U S Minister to Korea in 1889 but declined to accept the place He also declined the appointment made by President Arthur as special attorney to prosecute the noted Star Route casesHis successful race for Governor was made in 1895 against Gen P Wat Ear in the Democratic candidate whom he defeated by a majority of nearly 9000 Gov Bradley served four years as Cheif Executive of the State and on his retirement to Lancaster for a short while going from here to Louis yule where he has been a resident for seven years and engaged in the prac tics of law During his career as a lawyer stretching over a period of fortythree years Gov Bradley has been connected with many celebrated cases in all the courts of the State and NationHe noted as a political campaig ner and his services on the stump have been given to Ills party in many States of the Union He was one of the 306 who at the Republican National Convention held in Chicago in 1880 voted for thirtyseven ballots for Gen U S Grant for a third term as President He seconded the nomina Lion of Gen Grant in that convention also officiated In a like capacity for Theodore Booseyf at the Republican Charlton Attorney Buckner in I beginning a National Convention held in Chicago 1904Gov was married in 1867 to Miss Margaret Robertson Duncan of Lancaster Two children were born to this union a son George Robertson Bradley who died at the age of twen tyfour years and a daughter Chris tine who christened the battleship Kentucky and married Dr John G South of Franfort Circuit Court Monday Circuit court will begin Monday with a fairly good docket A number of civil suits are to be tried but the criminal docket is quite small Supper Sunday Night A special supper will be served at the Kengarlan Sunday evening at six oclock The price will be fifty cents a plate and all are invited The Kengarlan will be in full blast court day and you are invited to call and get a good dinner in the handsome new hotel The restaurant is also ready and will be especially prepared to give a good dinner The Last Friday The last and most popular attraction of the season will begiven by W U at the Court House on Friday night March 6th Reserved seats 50c at McRoberts Drug store General admission 35c children 25c This en tertainment has been produced over 3000 times in Europe and America and the press is replete with notices that prove it to be a splendid at traction and full of humor music and pathos Dont miss it A Late Easter The almanac reveals a very ble incident that Easter will be this year later than it has been celebrated for a century or more The date of this great feast day is by the first Sunday after the fullmoon which happens npon or after March 21st It is possible of the day to be as early as March 21 This year the moon happens to full on April 16th aud the next Sunday Easter is the 19th Cutting Down Expenses There is some talk of one the passen ger trains being taken off between here and Paris Many of the railroads have been forced to reduce expenses and have taken off passenger trains to do so as all conversant with railroads know passenger service is a losing game So much adverse legislation has been made against the roads that railroad building will forever remain at a standstill in Kentucky Capital ists will be forced to put their money in betterpaying investments Boat Taken Out The steamer Falls City which has been running the Kentucky river from headwaters to Louisville has been discontinued The owners say that owning to dull business and falling off in tobacco shipments they were forced to sell the boat They say the tobacco troubles have also cut a very wide swath in the business The boat was sold and sent to lower Mississippi river One of the officers admitted however that he believed a new boat would be put to work by another as he believed there was enough business to justify it This means much to Garrard county farmers living along the river and we hope they will soon have another boat Now Get Busy Again As the hotel is complete and running now its time to take up the question of building an opera house That is all we need to make Lancaster This question was taken late last year but the holidays came on the merchants got busy and the matter was dropped There was a plan on foot at that time which was perfectly feasable and which will prove a splendid proposition to all concerned in the building as well as to the en tire community There are several good pieces of property which can be bought very cheap now so strike while the iron is hot Lets see who will be the first few to take hold of the We say first few because its always a few who bear the burden and heat of the day in such matters And its always busy people who do it for the idle gossippers and loafers never get up anything but trouble Steps For Prevention The doctors of the state have sue ceeded in convincing the people of the many ways in which the dreadful dis ease of tuberculosis may be spread and the health officers and others are striv ing to bring about a general fight to prevent it At Lexington this a special exhibition is being given this exhibition being taken to many of the larger cities In Kentucky This exhibition closes Saturday Mrs Riker of Harrodsburg President of Kentucky Federation of Womans Clubs Has appointed committees in neighboring towns to work up further interest Mrs R E McRoberts being designated in Lancaster The Record calls attention of the people to the importance of doing everything to prevent the scatter of the disease If you dont exactly understand the disease and its causes ask your doctor to explain I have Clover Timothy and Blue Grass geed Also Northern Seed Oats U Buts flud C T observed determined company complete tip matter week x The Pride of Lancaster The Elegant New Kengarlan Hotel Ready for Business Built Through Energies of PublicSpirited Citizens The handsome new Kengarlan was thrown open for guests Sunday night and judging from the start will have a most liberal patronage The Central Record has kept up the cry Hotel for so long we know most of our readers became weary with it but those in Lancaster who could better realize the situation knew what a modern hotel meant for the town and we have spent many weary hours keep ing the question before the eyes of the public We present herewith a good picture of the building which gives a splendid idea of what it Extreme effort was made to get the appearance out of the oldfashioned manner of building plain squaretop houses which always look like the owners had gone up so high and because the money gave out they bobbed it off with a cheap cornice The gables on the Kengarlan are covered In front containing thousands of small pieces of different colored glass which make a most beautiful effect on bright days The main office is by the confectionery and The dining rooms for both hotel and restaurant have large fold ing doors which when opened make the largest room in any hotel in towns smaller than Lexington The office is neatly fitted up with every modern convenience There are twentynine bed rooms parlor and six bath rooms There are four large sample rooms welllighted and comfortable at all times several of the main steam pipes running through them All rooms are outside ones thus giving perfect ventilation There is no room smaller than the average hotel room while most of them are much larger There is hot and cola running water in every room something few hotels I is with steko adjoined restaurant very s afford Each room is covered with velvettop druggets and contains neat iron bed with the best hairtop and There are handsome carpets on all halls and stairways The woodwork is well put In and the windows are closed with onlytwo large panes to the window The steamheating apparatus is of the latest and mostapproved design and has been throughly tested There are raidiators in office restaurant both dining rooms and every hall and bed room in the building Many electric lights make the entire brilliant As has been previously stated in The Record the house was built by a stock company R Zimmer taking a large slice of same and will soon own the whole building He and his and energetic wife will have charge of both hotel and restaurant also will continue to furnish fresh bread cakes etc from the splendid bakery built in the house They will charge reasonable rates and we know will give a service of which the town will be very proud The house cost 115 500 The handsome building in corner of picture is that of the Garrard Bank Trust Co which was recently organized and which is making success far beyond the expectations of its most enthusiastic supporters Now that the old Miller Corner is again built up for the fourth time every lover of progress will arise and give thanks Too much praise cannot be given those who put it on foot for they were certainly up aginst a pro position to awaken enough interest that is to say stem the knocking of the knockers box mattress building estimable the Elite Skirt Why They Look So Natty Why They Wear So Well LOOK FOR THIS TRADE LABEL IN EVERY SKIRT THE the Elite Skirts are perfect for the rea son that they are built on entirely new being draped over living models not on inanimate wooden forms THE WORKMANSHIP the Elite Skirts be excelled every garment is handtailored and hand pressed every seam bound double silk belting and gros grain silk placket steam shrunk and in consequence cannot loose their shape THE in the Elite are all the very best none but allwool or allsilk every piece being thoroughly shrunk before being cut thus giving the wearer a skirt that will hold its shape and not draw up THE in the Site SWtte are superb all the latest creations of the importations Made as Represented or Yowr Mosey Back Call mm Imsfcct tfce ELITE SKIRTS NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED Joseph Mercantile Co frctcpontecl FITof linesevery cannot FABRICSused of STYLESused seasondirect 7iC garment sit THE CHANCE OF ANever before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our ISOLDE OIF1 We are offering forty thousand rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock and is not the pickedover laidInthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering this entire lot in order to reduce our overstock at less than ONETHIRD REGULAR PRICE f J II v t W A I2 srl frSl1 i J r t 4 z Z aJIIJ LIFE TIME I I i SFEC FERS I d J 3afli t t I WT1T 15 20 25c Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing at I 1 i Main sf Danvillo BEAUTY and are DURABILITYar- e combined in our offerings of STERLING SILVERHandsome Heavy Designs Violet of the Valley and others Tea and Table Spoons Knives Forks Odd Pieces Souvenir Spoons c Ideal Wedding Gifts somthing to be handed down to the next gen eration and the price is very reasonable LET US DO YOUR REPAIR WORK Our motto is PROMPTNESS ACCURACY RELIABILITY HedrickJewelers and Opticians PrisbieAt Frisbies Drug Store J rIITJ Tt I c I I I JIIJIJJJJIIIIJIII wsesewe e Lilly L oavovooooovvc J J WALKER p President ORGANIZED 1883 Tfte NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL JSMM SURPLUS JietM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKEB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders ITIZEN THE National Bank Of Lancaster Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L GilL Capital 50JOOO The undersigned hereby give warn lug to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice POSTED Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave HC Arnold W S f W T WorreL John A Sanders RLBurton Boian WRCook Mrs P D Gill W JGIlllspie B C J S JOHNSONVice SafetyDeosit Ole or Rent fe Solicit Your Biste LOOE aI have in stock a nice line of GoodMe ilium and Cheap Fumitnre Carpets Mailings Rugs DRUGGETS ETC aU of which have been boufiht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited ROBINSON ii JaC1 LUNGSAlIa CURE TIlE KILLm coucH WflH Dr lings DisCNsw FOR cOUCH OLDS PRIG AtiltaMae rTT7 Ji I Mf CTROtRL- ELGIIAwkTlKDBATIBF oz YomBSFOzDZD PILES tel iMfirtc idkf tnm rSYw13MNdaeW AIID M1iMFuM1iaPasi m- M 5c 25 to 50c For our regular 25 50c papers we are now asking the rediculously low price of CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy as SecondClots Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association r LANDRAM Lancaster Ky March 6 1908 Beech Hargis who murdered his father at Jackson a few weeks ago is now undergoing what should be properly called his first trial It will require several trials before the young man comes acquitted but he has plenty of money which came from his fathers estate and will eventually be cleared of one of the bloodiest of the many bloody murders commited in Kentucky He can buy enough testimony eventually to get out of the hanging he so richly deserves Pretty kettle of fish One of the best acts of the present Congress is to grant more pay to the noncommissioned officers and men in the army Its true enough that en listed men have little to do in time of piece but the fact of having so few privileges and being bossed around is enough to discourage men from en listing There is nothing in the world goes more against the grain than be ing told you must or must not do A St Louis woman was awarded damages against her husband for call ing her an old hen an old cat and other pet names Its a safe bet that fellow was a newlymarried man for had he had the benefit of a few years experience in doubleblessed ness he would have been too well broken in and bluffed to say anything to ruffle the temper of wife Senatorelect W O Bradley has come out fiatfooted for Fairbanks for president and takes occassion to throw a few bomb shells into the ranks of the Taft followers The Garrard county man now has the state politi cal situation by the tail with a down hill pull and its safe prediction his man will get the vote of Kentucky I Some doctor recommend hard work as a means to health If Docs theory was correct there would not be asickly editor in the known world At a London auction room last week 30000 was paid for a ciborium its readers may not know what a ciborium is The Record hastens to ex plain that it is a pyx Of course knows what a pyx is Regarless of the fact that this is leap year and two months already gone there has been no livlinessin the matrimonial market The girls seem just a bit backward in taking control of the situation MARKSBUKY Mack Goins bought of C A Robinson a cow and calf for 40 Mr Hensley bought 20 shoats from Mr Spratt of Bettis for 4c Mr Harvey Dean and wife wno have been down with the grippe are im provingMrs B Ledford of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs John Eager a part of last week Mr Herbert Brooks and wife have returned home after visiting relatives StanfordMiss Dunn has been confin ed to her room with grippe for the past two weeks Rev Mr Shcuse filled an appoint ment at Freedom church last Sunday morning and evening Mr and Mrs Mack Moore have return ed home after a visit to his sister Mrs I Vic Rice at Turnersville J Mrs Richard McGrath and son of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs M F Rout this week Mrs E M Howard has returned to her home in Louisville after a two weeks stay with Mrs John Eager Mr Victor Rice and wife and Stella of Turnersville were the home folks Saturday and Sun day They were in Danville Monday the guests of Mrs Mary Rice Capt WJHogan died of heart trouble at his home last Monday and was hurried in the Lancaster cemetery by the Masons Tuesday afternoon Mr Hogan was a high toned Christian gentleman and will be greatly missed in the community The many friends extend sympathy to the bereaved ones in their sorrow Three years ago a swarm of bees left the farm of M F Rout taking lodge ment in the East wall of the church The swam had become so numerous in the time mentioned that worship would have to be abandoned as some of the members thought if the bees were not killed By instructions of the church Messrs Clark and attacker the stronghole of the bees receiving 250 pounds of honey for their trouble Mr Hogg was stung about 75 times suffering much pain for several hours afterward In- case everybody daughter vIsit- ing J Hog n g The Central Records good Mend Miller was asked by this paper fpr hiS opinion as to the fruit crop and he said that barring another big freeze all crops will be abundant this year Our artist was present at theWens and caught sketch of the clever 1 CL Jpo W tb lIe tJllabove 1Oc and up We are offering papers that sold from 75c and over for 75c GIBBONSEA BUENA VISTA Miss Mary Skinner is visiting Miss Agnes Bonta of Mercer Mr Brown of Lancaster has been visiting his aunt Mrs Poor Miss Fuke of Harrison Co is the guest of her sister Mrs Florence Mr Mack Dickerson of Burgin spent a part of last week with relatives near hereMr Howard Askins and two sisters have been visiting friends near Lan caster Allen of Lexington was a visitor at Mrs Naylors Saturday and Sunday Mis Virginia King has returned from a visit to friends at Nicholas ville and Lexington Delbert the little son of Mr and Mrs Drummond McMurtry is recover ing from an attack of pneumonia and whooping cough Miss Edna Mason closed her term of public school here last Friday Miss Mason is a wide awake teacher and the appreciation of her work was shown by tendering herthe next term The quarterly meeting was held at Mt Olivet Saturday and Sunday Owing to illness the presiding elder was unable to be present but Rev Bohon of Georgetown officiated in his absence Mrs Will Laws died at her home at Camp Nelson last Friday after a brief illness She leaves a husband and three children Interment at Mt Olivet cemetery Sunday Funeral services conducted by undertaker Frank Faylor of Nicholasvine Alligator in Church Tbe alligators are getting bad Greenville S C and are even taking the pools of the Baptist churches as places of refuge A fivefoot was found in the pool of the church The saurian was discov ered by a plumber who waded into the pool for the purpose of repairing a leak and he was scared out of a years growth as well as out of the water Honest Difference of Opinion Judging upon the example of Mr Kipling it has been asserted that the man who knocks his pipe ashes out behind the parlor couch is usually a genius But this is a somewhat empty assertion and at any rate it a belief that is In no wise shared by housewives and landladies No Use To Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro Pa I would not be alive to day only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a than anything else and curesTung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m Tobacco Growers Attention Having been asked several times the question will you insure tobacco for me this year I want to state that so long as the condition remains as it is now in Garrard county I will but on ly for those who place their entire pro perty in the company they ask to carry the hazardous part of their risk for it is hardly fair to ask one Com pany to take the worst part of the risk or thatwhich some other agent cant handle Assuring all my patrons who want to have their tobacco in sured 1 am willing to protect them tf J H KinnairdAgent Eggs For C R I Reds 100 for 15 S C White and Brown Leghorns 50c for 15 Remember the breeds that the 1 most eggs are the breeds that yield the biggest profit S A Hill i 2283mos HyattsvilleKy Skating i The Paint Lick Skating Rink will furnish much amusement and pleasure during the month of March On the j 4th 6th and 7th there will be each night Wednesday Friday and Saturday On March 11th there will be a Leap Year Party free for each couple lady and gent On 18th there will be a Rube Party A prize of 1 will be given for best Rube On 25th a Masquarade Party will be given None but those masked will skate eightthirty On 27th Tacky A handsome box of candy will be given the tackiest couple 1 I Mr Benj at alligator Baptist comprises cough91icker J I raci u 1t t4 Sale- S 4t W Rice If you would like to fool some wise Coffee Critic who knows fine Coffee on taste and flavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Snoops Health Coffee and serve it piping hot It deceived Mrs Shoop and will I believe deceive any one And there is not a grain of real Coffee in it Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made in a 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling It pounds 25c Gill Simpson wmHerndon HERNDON BERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store 1C Denny Minuteno rl I Ben D Herndon M DENTIST Office over Herndons Jewelry store T J HOOD ir DENTIST Office at residence Danville st fit aJt 15 to 25c I lain sf Danville I For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house all out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Bourne Ky Cured His Hogs J A Scott Avon Ky says Hour bon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did not think could possibly be Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are 70 eggs New year day of 7J first ten days of January If you have 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1907 setting S 75 i 25 4 settings 200 per 100 500 per 1000 2500 Chicks IOcts each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders Satisfaction guaranted Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeysWalton Phone in residence three mile on old Danville Pike I also sell Incubators Brooders chick Feed and Poultry Supplies tC i Morfotd Dunn 124 6m myBarred uuu2settln suu u un uu R saved 1 1 Moss The best as It will not rust as quick as other fences the staves will not slip it can be stretched tighter and will stay up better than any fence Price Oft 30c Steam Engines and Gasoline Engines Buggies Wagons Harness Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Trace Chains Hames Hame Straps and Strings Work Bridles BreechingBuggyWhipsBinders Hemp Reapers Feed Cutters Seperators W J ROMANS Just received a New Line of Watches Bracelets Lockets Etc Ifyou wnnt a watch of any of the very best makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have them and will save you money on them Our stock of is complete and prices low Morrow McRoberts ri x i wiii FEiCE ii II I II I II I I II I II I I I HarrowsII I I l ow I l X X X g l s I S B I I Q ci rrr s l l r rY 4 ewe er 1 WHITE ELEPHANT STORE I COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel i 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Fanners wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by BANKS HUDSON E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED MfWX tI ma a W I I I NVwI I 1s I1 r F i 1 We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking f Just A Word Please To The Town Man Do unto others as you would have them do unto you Quit shaving yourself and quit having your wife to cut your hair If Lancsater had no birbershops youd say we had a poor town so keep the shops going For the country man we make a specialty on honing razors and grinding shears 23 years of experience Call at Henry Duncans Barber Shop Special and personal attention given tf 7f i CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIH2CQPOH9 I M COY R G GUYN J B WOODS BL ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS EL WOODS W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Farmers AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay- In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Besldenee No 7anyone PILES r i reef kern irShM sUtic f I NO SHE NEVER KISSED HIM Washerwoman However Had an Idea of the Situation Nell is a girl who lives up on Capitol hill On Mondays a woman comes to Nells house to wash clothes The womans name is Nell too The other day Nell the girl was in the sitting room reading when the telephone rang Nell the washerwoman the ring Nell the girl then heard Nell the washerwoman say Yes this is NelL Silence jj Hows that SilenceWhat Am I mad because you kissed me last night Look here man youre too fresh Who are you anyway I never kissed Just then the telephone receiver was wildly snatched from her hand Nell the girl blushing furiously had grabbed it She hung it on the hook He wanted me she said He tries to tease me that way I I never kissed him in my life As she disappeared up the stairs washerwoman smiled said Thats a big one Post Lame Whether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is so good for a lame shoulder as Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each application and a quick cure is certain by Friable 1m answered always nothing th Denver Shoulder Personals Mr F B Marksbury wasin Lexington the past week Miss Marie Ballard was with in Bryantsvllle Mr A M Shelley of Chicago been a recent visitor here Miss Susie Buford of NicliolasvllL is visiting friends in Buckeye Mrs C C Brown has returned from visit to her sister in Louisville Miss Florence Darnell of Maysvilh is the guest of Mrs W Harris Miss Frankie Kauffman spent eral days in Nlcholasville recently Mrs J E Robinson has been in ville the guest of her friend Mr Jacob Joseph is in the East buy ing goods for the Joseph CoMiss Eliza Anderson is visiting and Mrs J H McDowell of Biloxi MissMiss Leola Scott of Bourne spent few days last week with Mrs SoperMr Mrs John Bout of Stanford visitors of Mr and Mrs D LackeyMrs B Hays of Stanford been the guest of her brother Mr J Beazler Mrs W L Steele has returned Nicholasvilie after a visit to Mrs T I WalkerMiss Ballew of Richmond been visiting Miss Lucie and Tommie FrancisMiss Williams of Campbells ville Is the guest of Mr and Mrs W WilliamsLittle Miss Margaret Cook has re turned from a visit to relatives ic NicholasvilleMrs Kennedy of Lexing is again with her daughter Mn Banks Hudson Miss Mary Deringer has been visit ing her brother John Deringer and family of Wilmore H H Falconer of Philadelphia are receiving congratulations on their young son who arrived the past week Mrs Louis Landram has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs A H Rice at the Rossmore Louisville Ky Mrs E W Harris has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs William Walker of Deeson Miss and Mrs 0 H Irvine of Louisville Mr S A Walker has accepted a posi tion at B E Corders grocery where Ute will be glad te wait upon his old friends and customers Mrs Sam Scott and bright little son D Boy Scott of Campbellsvllle are guests of Mr and Mrs W I Wil llama Lexington avenue Miss Julia Reid gave a Sprise Party Friday afternoon from three to five oclock in which her ten guests were given two hours of wholesome funThe Gleaners had a most delight ful meeting last Friday Miss Altie Marksbury will be the next leader her subject is Queens to whom a Crown Brought Sorrow Miss Rene Lucket of Cincinnati will arrive Monday to take charge of the trimming department Mrs Alex Walkers All are invited to see the pretty line of millinery The Lexington Leader says Mrs G WMetcalf of 223 street S Moore of this city The marriage will be celebrated in the early The bride to be has frequently Miss Bertha Bnrntlde and is quite popular here A recent issue of the Lexington Leader glues a lengthy writeup of the wedding of Bev Geo W Dunlap of this city and Mrs Katharine Innte Adams Moore which took place at LMCraos paw Mtxico MrDunlap has a l E sev Louis MrsAllen t Merchantile Rev a Bert M has I A to has I I a ton I I I Rev t J I Market here relatives p were visited THAT FIT Handsome Styles Beautifully Tailored j We show each style here displayed in all colors I We Invite Your Inspection iLADIES SKIRTS I I I J is here having born and spent most of his life in The wedding was a very one taking place in the P esbj terian church which was decorated for the occasion A brilliant reception followed the ceremony Many old Lancaster friends congratulations Death of Good Man After a lingering illness Capt W Hogan died at hip home in Bryant ville Monday morning He has in poor health for a long time while some improvement was lately yet no hope was held out his recovery Capt Hogan was a beloved by all who knew him for genial disposition and kindhartedness made a friend of all with whom came in contact He was buried the Lancaster cemetery Tuesday after noon the Bryantsyille Masonic Lodge of whom he was a devoted member having charge Lancaster Lodge was largely represented Master J M Roth well saying the beautiful service Capt Hogan was 73 years of age served with distinction as a captian the Union army He was always strong democrat He was a devoted member of the Methodist church and gentleman in every sence of the worn He is survived by two daughters Mesdames W T Woolfolk of and Eliza Ballard of Bryants ville The Best Laundry Everybody knows that the Danville Steam Laundry does the very best work to be had We are now agents for this laundry and will call for and deliver your work promptly We guarantee satisfaction in every Bing up the Gulley Hotel No 48 and we will be after your work promptlyColemam Gulley Leonard Miller tf Office at Gulley Hotel Everybody is looking for a rare treat fun and music to be given oy the Nell Litchfield Trio March 6th The first part is made up of music recitals and impersonations latter half is taken up by tha Comedy playlet Down at Brook written by Mr Litchfield and over 3000 times in America England The Litchfields have recently returned from England where they were highly spoken of by the London and other papers They appeared in New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco all the large American cities and papers all praise their work The U is fortunate in securing this attraction Reserved seats at Mc Roberts 50c other admission 35c and 3t MYATTSV1LLB Mr F G Hurt was in Kirks ville night Miss Susie Meadows is confined to room with grippe Mr Harvey Lee and wife visited Mr Turner and family Sunday Mr Harry Lee and Mr J 0 Pope attended court at Richmond Monday Mr Pope and wife visited her brother Mr John Turner who is ill grippe Harry Lee sold a mare to Edd Dy for 90 He also bought one of Johnnie Gastineau for 75 MrJames M Turner who has been confined to his room for several weeks grippe is much better at this writing Lifes Sorrows Bob to It seems rather Bessie when I didnt to kiss you you didnt mind but that you are old enough to make want to yom wont let me Beat Heeler In The World Rev F Starbird of Fast Raymond says I have Bucklens rnlcae Salve for several years on my army wound and other obstinate and find it the best healer in world I used it too with great icceas in my veterinary business at MoRoberU drug store 1m wellremembered been Lancaster elaborate handsomely extend J been and shown for man his he in and in a respect of humorous The Rural Farm presented and have and the WeT 25c her John J D with I house with strange want me old Lexington Saturday Bessie that sow Life Maine used sores the Price26c Business Items Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W J Romans Call up 50 and get everything in the grocery line fresh and new and lowest prices at Turners meat market Peb bles old stand 2t Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Wanted rolltop desk Apply at Central Record office tf Fresh meats and cured meats of all kinds at Turners meat market Phone Granite ware tin ware china ware etc bound to go at Wards It Vulcan plows 850 J R Mount Co Vulcan plows 850 Mount Co A Good Coal for lOc per bu 2t Banks Hudson All laundry work done by the Dan ville Steam Laundry is fully guaran teed Ring up Gulley Hotel and we will come for it Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf Look at my line ofLadies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee lm Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed lm If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee lm We give a scientific test of your eyes and guarantee lenses to give for two years or no charge Morrow McRoberts jewelers The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they cheap W J Romans Highest cash price for all produce etc at Turners meat 2t Thirtyfive years of practical expert enables us to do the very best of repair work on watches clocks and jewelery All work done in the very manner Morrow McRoberts We will call for your Laundry and Deliver work promptly Ring up Hotel 48 Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf All kinds of garden seed seed Onion sets etc cheap for cash at Wards Produce taken same as cash Great Bargains We are offering great bargains in rubber goods 35c Womens and Mens 50c C D Powell Co We have just returned from the city the largest and best line of bracelets clocks etc ever brought to Lancaster which we are selling at rockbottom prices Morrow McRoberts jewelers Good work is the only thing the Steam Laundry turns out 48 Gulley Miller Agts I want some nice Country Butter It W H Ward Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with the coal and deliver orders lowest prices Adams 140 1 23 2m White wash brushes horse brushes curry combs plow lines etc at Wards Call up 50 and get best seed all kinds of garden seed at low Turners meat market 2 y It is time now to dispose of your Did you get some of Wards Leader it The Beet of Literature I am prepared to order any magazine other publication on the very notice and can save you both time money on same Call at store of Joseph Mercantile Co Will your orders Mrs Dollie Fine EMS My pen of Barred Plymoth Rocks pure for twentyfive years are mated with a cockrel from the of of Lancaster faas Can settingof ti for 15 W fl Whtnitt Lances Ky J R I i Ii Isatis- faction are hides ence I best Gulley II potatoes I 40C I with watches Danville Phone best Promptly- at Phone pots and prices lookingfor Coffee or shortest and bred now pens A C Hawkins at Wi U 50 2t- vx appreciate Vulcan Plows 1 Syracuse Hillside Plros IP Rainbow Rubber and Metal Roofing g Collars Hames and Pads M Special prices on Heating Stoves and Buggy Robes Buy a NOW while CHEAP J R Mount Co Bring your Prescriptions to FRISBIES DRUG STORE Our prescription department is complete in every detail All prescription brought to us are filed by a Competent Registered PharmacistL- et us do your prescription business for you It will be done with absolute accuracy B GlGl iI friIiiJ 00 1 FrisbiesE DRUGSTORE R E ICcBoBERTS Prest j w ELXORZ Caanr- J C EUBAHKS Vice Prest B L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Aaat Caehr The fiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED It Is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiptd with Tk Latest Iflfmrei Bogota Yult IB S officered and counseled by a directorate whose Integrity art bu ness experience are too well known to seed aeatioaiBfr we stircourteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we Invite personal interviews correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Oar facilities are jsrticalsf ly adapted to handling paper For the custody of your valuables secure OM of oar Safety Deposit They must be seen to be appreciated DIBBCTORS Ian r Ky requirement farmers Boxea Thai Owens VALear W W H K Herndol L B Cook Lawson J K Hsselde A B Brows Jr TJ Price ILL Woods H T U B L I IJL LSitu Hmo LXPemIW G GoocIL Bata Hodson J C Hc BasilsHe V T C IBaskin SL Swat Yr The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per Allow no one todeceive youin this All Imitations and Justasgood Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures 5 iarrho3a and Wind Colic Itrelieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend J 1 rnI1 f 1 t17o rtrr I sonal supervision since itsinfancy Con terfeits are but Paregoric PanaceaThe Tt T- p I11A Al cff GENUINE II CASTORIA Mrs Daniels of Winchester Ky says For fifteen years I had sores on my They nil the time until I was nshamed to go out on the street I did I had to wear a veil My face itched and burned so I thought Iwould go crazy 1had tried every remedy I could get hold of I I never could get rid of iu One thy a friend recommended your remedy I had tried so many I did not care but thought one more would not make very much difference The Itching and burning stopped right away and soon my face began to clear It was slow work Jp r fc no w my face is all clear like it was before I got the disease I bad to use agreat many bottles but baring my skin cured is worth ten times 60 much as I spent Ithank you and hope you all kinds of success 1 1 We hereby certify that full particulars shown us regarding this case conclusively prove that every taint of this terrible dis taSe was cleared away by the ooderfol D D D Prescription- R E McRoberts J P Wearren BLACKSMITHING and General Repair Work Borse Shoeing A Specialty- All Work Guaranteed Have your horse shod right Also rubber pads put on If I dont stop your horse from cutting I will give your money back Carriage work promptly done All work guaranteed J P Wearren riuit and Ornamental 3 U face orse When and Ialmost otdiscourared ut and TREES got Everything for Orchard ZawB Garden Our Plants are Money makers Try Them Strawberry Write for free Catalogues We have no agents H F HILLENMEIER Si SONS LEXINGTON KY An Invaluable Remedy Chas Stephenson Clintonville Ky says I cured my chickens of Cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure and cannot speak too highly of it as an invaluable remedy for fowls Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster Ky Surprise Him F A Estes Wyandotte Ky says My bogs were so sick they could not eat and were all scouring very badly I gave them Bourbon Hog CholeraBeme dy and to my surprise It cured them without a loss Sold by J B Mount Co LancwterJ r I i I ALWAYS T 4 The Kind You ilavo Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years IlL CENTaUR COMPattY T1 STRCLT YORK CITY Bears the Signature of MURRAY NW This facecleared off quick by D D D NOT TH TATTTCO CALF This Is a Different Parable But It Brought Desired Results A good story is told of a couple of farmers living a few miles apart One day one called on the other happen ing around at dinner time The per son called upon by the way was rather a penurious old fellow He sat at the table enjoying his dinner The visitor drew toward the table expecting the old farmer to invite him to dine The old farmer kept on eatingWhats the news up your way neighbor No news eh Presently a thought struck the vis itor Well yes friend I did hear of one item of news worth Ha what is it Neighbor John has a cow that has five calves Is that so Good gracious What in thunder does the fifth calf do when the others are feeding Why he stands and looks on just as I do like a dumb fool Mary put on another plate drawled the farmer as he caught the Magazine of Fun Never Too Late Learn It is strange that not one person in a thousand knows how to help a man on with his coat or a lady with her jacket They all make the mistake of holding the garment too high the last sleeve They lift it so that a man nearly dislocates his arm reaching for it The more he grabs and claws and lurches for it the higher they hold it until the wretched victim would have to get on a pair of stilts to find the arm holeThe proper way Why hold the coat so that the armholes are as low down as the mans care to keep the skirt of the garment off the floor of course If there is any struggle to find the last armhole drop it still lower never raise it Drop it untU his hand slips into it naturally Prof H A Howell of Havana Cuba Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy As long ago as 1 can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life have I realized its true value until now writes Prof H A Howell of Howells American School Havana Cuba On the night of February 3rd our baby was taken sick with severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his condition was desperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was difficult I did not think he would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave and it afford ed prompt relief and now three days later he has fully recovered Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying that Chamber lains Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear little boy For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Different Zones While giving a geography lesson a teacher called upon a precocious youngster nomed Johnny to tell what he could about zones Johnny re sponded as follows There are two kinds of zones masculine zones are temperate while the feminine are both horrid and frigid LipplB coWs Unprofitable Grief None can cure their harms by watt lag them Shakespeare Unequaled mm for Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chamber lains Cough Remedy is unequaled as a cure for croup says Harry Wilson of Waynetown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears this remedy will prevent the attack It is used successfully in many thousands of bosnet For sale by FP FrIable 1m pointJudges t especially futilely waisttaking a curs mention- Ing zones rt Lilbern Ray bungbl a horse last week price 125 S N Morford bought a jersey cow of Gilbert Turner for 4000 Mrs J P Hamm has been numbered with the sick for several days Herman Scott sold a nice bunch of shoats to Gilbert Turner for 3500 W C Turner delivered his hemp to Spears Sons at Lancaster at per cwt Mr Wm McWilliams of Wilmore was visiting Mr Job Marsee and family recently Miss Ina Gulley returned Sunday from a pleasant visit to Richmond relativesMr Clark left last week for Cincinnati where he will take a busi ness course Mr James Ledger and wife are with her parents Mr and Mrs Burton of Madison this week Mr Thomas Marsee of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with his grand parents Mr and Mrs Thos Tur nerHerman Scott who has been with Gilbert Turner for the past year has returned to Danville where be will enter college Mr Milbern Carpenter wife and baby of Wilmore spent the latter part of last week with Mr G R Carpen ter and family Mrs Tom Ball died at her home near here Friday the 21st she had been ill for several months of a complication of diseases The remains were laid to rest in the family burial ground near Lancaster We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved Good For Everybody Mr Norman B Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a drug gists counter as a blood purifier it is unequaled 50c at McRoberts 1m STONE Miss Lelia Teater is very sick with grippeMr Teater is very sick at this writingMrs A Sanders is numbered with the sick v Miss Pattie Ray who has been very ill is reported better Mr L M Crutchfield was in Jes samine last Monday Mr John Sanders visited friends at Scotts Fork last week Miss Alice Snyder spent Sunday with Miss Linnie Preston Mr J M Sanders and wife spent Sun day with Mrs M A Sanders Mr Taylor Baney and family were the guest of Mr V G Preston and wife Sunday Mr Dock Preuitt and wife visited their son Mr John Preuitt of this place last week Mr Luther Brooks of Lexington was the guest of his aunt Mrs Mollie Fayne last week Miss Doxie Dartin of Marksbury Is the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Pollard at Loyd this week Mr Lige McMillion and wife visited the latters mother Mrs John Ray from Saturday until Sunday Rev G H Fern of Lexington deliver ed two very interesting sermons at Scotts Folk last Sunday morning and night A Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at McBoberts drug store 1m The holy life needs no heralding Your fads cannot be anothers faith Character seldom climbs higher than kindness Tickling or drv Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even for very young ba bies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems cf a lung healing moun tainous shrub give the corative proper ties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensa tive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform uothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other B E McRoberts He who can do no more than dream is already undone The worship of gold does not make the golden worshiper Remember that when the Stomach nerves tailor weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and Kid ney nerves can also be strengthened with the Restorative where Heart pains palpitatoin or weakness is found Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the or Kidneys That is wrpng Go to the cause of these ail ments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple test will surf C lytell BEMcRoberti t J r 1 IT r BIUH EI 625 I drugstore 5 I a 7 s fItI tf i r rC I ai Vm Ustls t T 7 c1 c HONORS TO A HEROINE Badge of Order of Merit Bestowed on Florence Nightingale An unusual honor has been con ferred on the worlds most famous war nurse Nightingale by King Edward VII of Great On Novem ber 29 he sent her by special the badge of the Order of Merit and the certificate of mem bership in the It is one of the most coveted distinctions with in the gift of the Florence Britain messenger order British sovereign can be only and these have been the most distin guished soldiers and statesmen Miss Nightingale is the first woman on whom the honor has been conferred Congratulations were sent from all parts of Great Britain and from in America who regard Miss Night ingale as one of the foremost workers for humanity She was the first trained nurse to follow an army into battle to care for the wounded and comfort the dying She studied scientific nursing in Germany and when the war in the Crimea started she volunteered for service at the front Her services were accepted though many stood aghast at a woman doing such an un heardof thing The Order of Merit which was by King Edward on June 26 1902 Is designed to include British sub jects who have won conspicuous dis tinction in naval and military services or in letters art or science The in signia is an eightpointed cross of red and blue enamel having the words For Merit in gold letters within a laurel wreath on a blue enamel center Among Miss Nightingales fellow members are Field Marshal Earl Field Marshal Viscount Wolse ley Gen Kitchener Lord Kelvin the scientist Lord Lister Hon John Holman Hunt the artist and Sir AlmaTadema the artist CHRISTIANITY IN JAPAN The Outlook of an Address by Dr Motoda Tokyo There are today 150000 Christians in Japan including Christian This means only one Christian in Japan to every 300 nonChristians If these statistics are true the Chris tian forces in Japan must be very small But let me remind you that the Christian forces cannot be reck oned in numbers Numbers do not indicate force These small numbers are doing much toward uplifting There are four principal Chris tian forces which are working mighti ly in uplifting Japan today and it Is of these I wish to speak today as fol lows Individual social educational and national These 150000 Christians come from the best classes of the people There was a time in Japanese missions when most all Christians were of the lower classes Today we find men of the highest class among the Christians At present I know of the following who are professing Christians One ambassador one viceminister of state seven counts some members of the diet three officers of the navy during the late war and many uni versity professors Besides these Christians many of the of Japan are brought into the touch with these Christians The daughter of the present court minister is being educated in a girls school in Tsukiji Tokyo Count Okuma is a great friend of the Christian movement Count Itakate Is a friend of Christianity His son Is at the present time in my school Big Missionary Movement The announcement has been made that the Young Peoples Missionary movement will hold a convention March or April 1908 at Pittsburg Pa A committee of 30 leading busi ness men of the city has already the expenses of the gathering The purpose of this convention is to promote an educational missionary campaign under the direction of the Home and Foreign Mission board of Canada and the United States in the Protestant denominations The will be limited to 3500 and will include board and district missionary secretaries officers and of young peoples organizations and Sunday schools prominent and influential laymen Africa Needs Missionaries Africa has a population of 200000 000 and nearly 60000000 are Islam in Africa is aggressive and the increase has been such that today there is a crisis all over Africa These facts alone are a loud call for Christian missionaries There are a few countries which are without even one missionary There are 18 mis sionaries for the whole Sudan In India there are more Mohammedans than in all Africa 62000000 and 9G per cent of these are illiterate 10000 paid by Dr Shoop for any re cent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will not break How is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure certainly complete Its a 8100 against 25 big odds And Preventics remember contain no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were always brok en Safe and sure for feverish chil dren 48 Preventics 25c BBMoBoberti galeThere people created Roberts Morley EncouragingPart Catholics Japan professed leaders closest Christian dur- Ing guaranteed delegation representatives pastors Mohammedan TabletsPre venticsis centspretty it Acnaso VJTK LATE eriPLcv jr For a Time at Least Boy Would Not Smoke Twist Mr J M Barrio the popular and playwright has glorified more than once but on s cer occasion he tried to induce a smoker to desist It happened thus Mr Barrie returned to his rooms one day and discovered his page boy puffing hard at a dirty clay pipe My boy said the novelist it Is very bad for you to smoke that coarso black twist You will make yourself old before your time And so he went on till he had a long and what he believed to be a telling lecture A day or two later the youth left without giving and shortly afterward Mr Bar ito brought some friends to his flat Promising them a special treat he went to a cabinet where he kept a store of very choice cigars You can imagine his chagrin when he that the cigars had vanished and in their place was the page boys clay pipe and the following note Dear Sir I agree with you that it is bad for a boy to smoke twist I will not smoke any more twist till I have finished your cigars MANY USES FOR THE HAIRPIN Little Instrument May Be Said to Be Invaluable It is an excellent substitute for a paper cutter It will pierce a cigar or clean a pipe As a buttonhook either for boots or gloves it is invaluable In lieu of its sharper sister the pin seaside trippers have been known to find it convenient for extracting the winkle from its shell In extremities it has served as a toothpick horrible as this may seem while if a sufficient number are used it supplies the place of a hatpin There is another popular service also that it performs says the London Chronicle Recently at a smart hotel in London a young lady took up a novel saying to the man who was carrying it round How far have you got with this story As she spoke she opened the book with that quick movement which inevitably the book marker then putting it down with a laugh added Oh I was looking for the hairpin which marked the place you had reached but of course you dont use hairpins What Was Lacking- A man who had served two terms In congress was making a campaign for a third term In the course of a speech in the town hall at Broomcorn Junction a village near the further boundary of his district he said It is true fellow citizens that I have not always been able to do as much as I should like to do in the matter of Internal improvements in this district but I have never lost sight of your interests for a single moment You have no Idea of the ob stacles that lie in the way of a who tries to secure for public buildings the of navigable streams and the like for the benefit of his but I have labored constantly in your behalf to the very best of my abilityWe know it shouted an old farmer in the audience Thats why we want an abler What the Heart Does This socalled most delicate of the most vital may be Gods principal handiwork There are scien tists today who can make a man but they cannot cause his heart to beat The human heart is about 5 by 3 by 2 inches in size It weighs from 8 to 12 ounces and its capacity is from 4 to 6 ounces in each ventricle It is a hollow muscular through which passes 22 pounds of blood every minute Gaze on these figures and wonder tons of blood pass through it every 24 hours Do some more It beats about 72 times a minute In a healthy adult man Now think still one year 11680000 pounds of blood pass through the heart Such figures stagger When Drammers Come Easy At the Players club in New York one evening there was a guest from out of town a playwright well known for his extraordinary facility in out the alleged drammers that do the tentwentythirt circuits It is no uncommon thing for this to grind out five or six of his plays annually Some one innocently asked the if it was rather difficult to find new ideas for his plays Really I dont know was the frank answer of the man who has made thousands of dollars from his drammers I have never tried it Magazine CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Boogfct Bears the tSignature of taz7 M In itself a true disease We thiftk of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real mea M yet It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Sh in the creation of that now very popular Stoma Dr Shoops Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr Snoop and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting were ever tobe For stomach distress biliousness breath and sallow complexion try Dr Restorative Tablets or see for your what it can and will do W sell sad cbis fully recommend Dr Shoops RestorativeR tobacco delivered notice discovered betrays I congressman appropriations improvement constituents manYouths Companion organs organ Sixteen think- Ing harderin humanity turning producer Sunday d Indigestion they are symptoms only a certain spec Nerve else had bad lieU r r r 0 I novelist tam playwright pi Wh it S iffc U r nirvetf eel vtsJi ihen lua iryu t ways fail Iionf drug ihe i ur oor stimulate the Heart or Mhiueis That is simply a makeshift Get a prt scriptiou known to druggists evcrj where as Dr Shoops Restorative The Uestorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Kestorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on requestby Dr Shoop Rairne Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts PLAN TO FlOUT DISEASE Druggists Will Battle Stomach Troubles The increase of stomach troubles in this town has led to effective measures to combat the disease Our leading druggists who have tie local agency for tablets in to induce suffering with weak stomach or indigestion to use the remedy otTer to supply itwith the distinct Jing that money will be refunded n every case it does not cure is not a mere digestive but an absolute stren thener and buildcrup of the whole digestive tract If suffer with headaches giddiness palpitation bad taste in the nervousness cated tongue distress after eating use ilioua ami see how quickly these syrup disappearThewalls of thrj stomach and increases the flow of gastric juices so that nourishment is extracted from the food and the refuse is expelled without the aid of purgative or medicines Remember that your druggist gives a guarantee to refund the money unless it cures 3 takes all the and there is no danger of losing anything except indigestion when buy a 50cent box of Miona Sold and guaranteed by For sale by R E Public Sale Having decided to move to Somer set I will on SATURDAY MARCH 14 03 at the home of my father near Hyattsville sell to the highest bidder the following property Household and kitchen furniture farming implements 3 brood mares will work anywhere 1 gelding 2 milk cows 11 head yearling cattle 9 head of hogs Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclockW H GOXIS Capt A M Bourne Auct Years Of Suffering Then Robust Health Great Remedy Cured Skin Disease of Long Standing Mr J Weber of 1065 Vine street San Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skin suffering which ended in robust health when he found a remedy which cured him like magic Here is Mr Webers own story In July 1900 my face began to be affected with a terrible skin disease I went to a doctor and he told me that I had been posioned and he wanted to on me I refused to let him do so and after a fen months my face was an awful sight You could see that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that I had cancer Great boils would appear increasing in size and paining me terribly 1 began to again but no one could help me large pimples and boils would continue to come At that time I had as many as ten on my face I was such a sight that my friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five yeais until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this time I tried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it had cured several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a sec ond bottle The use of five bottles cured me It has been eight months now and the disease has returned My friends ask what it was that cured me of the awful skin trouble and 1 answer that it was D D D which healed me We known that every word of the above letter is absolutely true We D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis salt rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this remedy R E McRoberts Who Will Be President This is a presidental year and every man must read to keep on politics The Courier Journal Henry Waterson Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the newz as it developes One dollar a year is the price of theWeekly Courier Journal But you can get that paper and theThe CENTRAL RECORD One year for 1 50 If you will give or send your to this paper Not to ier JournalDaily Journal 600 a year Sunday Courier Journal 200 a year We can give you a rate on these ifyou will write this paper a r I It Iiona Item c lI Roberts operate doctor keep D Lancaster posted Editor l order theCour combination- cut terrible 5 WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more B Spiegel 1204 IT Virginia St writes Forover fly I was troubled with kidney and ladderaffections whichcaused memuch pain and worry I lost flesh and wasall run down and a year ago had t abandon work entirely I had three ei the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended md the first bottle gave me great relief and after the second I warn entirely cured TWO SIZE S9c ASD SLML C C J E Stormes DANGER OF CATARRH Unless Properly Treated with Hyomei Becomes Serious Catarrhal troubles are far more dan erous than seem at first thought- Ifyou catarrh there is an irritated state of raucous membrane and which afford an ideal lodg ineiit and culture medium for disease especially those of consumption You should get cured as quickly a possible before any dangerous germs you breathe lodge on the diseased tissue and work destruction lit the throat anti lungs The simplest quickest surest and cheapest way to cure catarrh is bv the direct method breathing HyomeiL This wonderful medicated treatment does not drug ninE derange the stomachy hut is breathed In directly following mel destroying all germs that may have inhaled The unusual In which is soltl our leading druggist is the best evidence of their confidence In the treat meat and should dispel all doubt as to its curative properties They agree to re fund the purchase to anyone whom Hyomel fails to benefit mil yon do not risk a cent In testing its healing virtues A complete outfit costs but SlOO if It not a cent if It does not do all claimed for it Sold and guaran teed by R E McRoberts All The News Local State Notional Will be found inthe Central Record and the Qprer We furnish both one year for only S15O Leave or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky O YEARS PATENTS TIMOC HANKS CorrmcMTsAc mteiot notict without charges tB tile handsomely iWwtntfecl weekly ecbolon say actentutc Journal Terms IB a year four months t a newsdealer Iy 7 iP 7Ct F J VtJ J f fPA KIDNEY CURE was II1EIIP TI years bottle lID In n th genus easiest air wa Hvomei hTps ou AND Woelly DaIcIIs is Communes UstrictleonSdUaL OR Pat o Sdeftfic JiluerkaLLargest etrI cr r4 S taking flCI have weakened tissues iuiav bs price Ciucipiati ik EtPERINCE eniflng aeketek d description ascertain oer opinion wtiethet su inTention tI1U1M ss free Oldest Patents taken through Mana t I i 5S 7