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TOTE CENTRAL RECOIFIFTXESTH YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1904 j As the auctioneer contracted with disappointed me I am now forced to throw my stock upon the market to be reduced at any sacrfice As previously stated the condition of my health makes it absolutely ne cessary for me to remove to California at once Of course I can not leave the stock and to sell it in a lump it must be reduced You see the situation and realize my predicament so come at once and secure goods at prices far less than what they cost me We have an extra force of clerks and will sell you Watches Diamonds1 Clocks Silverware Art Goods hooks Musical Instrumentsi and many other handsome valuable and useful goods we cannot name in this space Our goods are the very best and are fully guaranteed This is an opportunity seldom if ever offered the people so you should come early and take advantage of it THOMPSON the JEWELER jIi J f 0 A T A I J I 4 I I I I I 0 ia rV GREAT SACRIFICE J s a y v A Glean Sweep for Everybody Dont Fail To Get Your Part at Auction All Day fThe remainder of Postle stock of Hardware County Court day December Stock contains many useful articles in cluding plows harness nails wheat drills churns horse collars razors N whips paints tinware water coolers trace chains single and many too tc mention Sale begins at 10 oclock Everything sold ait your price and not ours r 6 pocketknives J Er i C jL trees scissors articles numerous r rl ROBINSQNAssg Local Notes To The Unpaid TaxPayers of Garrard Count- yI am bound to make a final as Sheriff on January 1st 1905 and all owing me taxes for 1904 will please call and settle at once and by so doing will save cost and trouble Yours sincerely 1216tf Sheriff Garrard County Have a Smoke I will give a good cigar to every paying his subscription between now and Jan 1 E G Brown Collector A Good Business For Sale Having concluded to quit business house etc In the town of Bryants ville Also stock of goods consist Dry Goods Boots Shoes felts and Drugs Medicines Gro ceries Hardware Hats Caps and everything kept in a firstclass store Pettus Bros Bryantvtlie Ky has nicest lineChristmas goods ever shows in Lancuter them of him and you willget the very latest things at the low est prices Go to Irlsbles for ChVMw Mgoods the best a 4cas are k w v v I WL Lawson ingot I i M f B Y 1 I 0 settlement person storehouseour rubbers general the o his line its F y f- isp Banks Closed Monday the 26 being a legal the banks will be closed This is also court day and we call attention of the people to the fact that no can be transacted that is noxle gal transactions can be bad They will be closed on the following Mon 1 Mr Walton Sells Democrat Col W P Walton has sold the Lex ington Democrat to Mr Desha Breck inridge editor and proprietor of Herald In a card Cot Walton says I was offered what I thought was a good price for the plant and could not do from a business standpoint I made Mr Breckinridge an offer for his paper and priced him mine to purchase the plant of Herald butsince Ihave done well on the investment and established the tact that a third newspaper could be made to pay in Lexington I have not coHipleted for the furture but think of es tablishing a large printing office since I have retained in the deal of my typesetting machines and my presses The paper will simply to exist the ood will awT ub8crlption bev Ing turned to the Herald you get tlM newest Hd Kteet goods at Stow cre rkaWylew bUS- iness day Jan 3t else wise lam satisfied etc 1 j l t jop holiday the Intending the Morning arrange meats one motors cease advertising Lists over will very gr f M You will get no old goods if you buy your Christmas presents at Frisbies Drug Store are new and sive in design and quality We promise you enough reading matter to make up for what is crowd ed out during the X mas rush Important Notice Postmaster West asks The Record to state that firstclass mail addressed to parties on the Rural Routes must have two cent stamp One cent will not carry w or matter requiring first class rate Put a two cent stamp on and thus save time and annoyance Herring After a brief illness Mrs Sallie died at the home of her son Mi Bright Herring on the new Danville road Tuesday night She bad been ill for some days with pneumonia the being a very stubborn and severe conducted at the Christian church Wednesday afternoon by Eld F M Tinder and Dr EH Pearce Mrs Herring was the of the James Herring one of Garrard s most popular and prom nent citizens Before marriage she was a Miss Naylor the most prominent in this of the state was a member of the faithful ful was beloved b knew ber aad death is Haoara d by a targe circle of warm frtaMfe Herring one section band 1 wo tier excl case Funeral services were widow late the families ben She Christian gut Christian a 1 u i Q i in your town and you an interest in b caster and Garrard Cl issue Jan 6th 1905 of the largest things issued in this county magazine supplement as a mere advertisin mammoth issue will M book paper and will a tory of this town Garrard county as an AD 3IKDIUM to the merchants it poss more advantage than any other It your advertisment in one of our regular issues does you good then this will more than double the as it combines all the advantages of the regular issue and more is interested and this is the chance 3500 of this Is be sent out FREE throughout this county When our representative calls to see you do not delay him by having him call to see you three or four times If there is anything you do not understand ask him This will be the greatest pictorial edition ever issued in this section It demands your support and cooperation Let us at once if you are interested or not as our time is limited on this sue Mr Borders goes out in the to the merchants for Now or NKVEU We have already made pho one If not why not Holidays ar Here and we have a large new line of Xmas Goods arriving daily such as Hand Carved Parlor and Hall Chairs ary Tables Writing Centre Tables Etc Christy pictures natural wood frames Prices right Come and see Successors tqJA Beazley 4 Co Your an method Everyone advertisers nothingwill business r The bib Desks LampsCarben 1 benefits swill 1 purcH of Bath Ti and Lavatories Worlds Fair buildings These goods are the very best made will sell them for 50 w per cent less than new goods Car will arive about Dec 15 See these goods and save money andwe RJJ- HASHLDBN its Lout We are making DEEP CUTS in al lines of Merchandise and especially on Cloaks Blankets Comforts Dress Goods Readyto Wear Skirts Millinery Overcoats Suits Hats other items too to mention We are not stopping at the giving away of our profits but selling many articles For Less Than Cost We have some of this Seasons Cloaks left we are selling for COST We are selling last seasons Cloaks for LESS than COST We are selling Readyto Wear Skirts for LESS than COST We are selling some lines of Dress Goods for LESS than COST many other items It will pay you to inyes tigate our stock price before you buy 1- SACRlfICul andmany numerous an d H Ei G ganOry6oods JOMP ANY 0 F GREAL I r i I 1 T 1 v 1 Goods AT e bargains in DRESS GOODS CLOAKS FURS being closed out at and below cost We are determined to carry no Tall Goods over and will sell at a sacrifice rather than do so You will save money by looking over our stock McWhorter Esfridp PAINT LICK KY CIIISTII PRESENTS At Low Prices SEE OUR Coal Vases BrassFi re Sets Burl in Fire Sets Nickel Plated Fire Sets Handsome Line of Carving Knives Silver Plated Knives and Forks Tea and Table Spoons StagBone Ebony and Wood Handle Table Knives Rotchester Chafing Dishes Serving Dishes Coffee and Tea Pots Cream Pitchers Sugar Bowls Water Pitch ers Water Set Pocket Knives Raz ors and Scissors Lap Robes and Foot Warmers jjl ridgo i r8i010r0 I I tar Estringes iB mal I IiI IIJ SSO 0 0 fXfXfX IBBg SSI lIflWU If1J v R 1 I i J s s S and r vq tfYli ii fJiiZt- o F I l 3 E i n I f HASELDEN fiOBINSON t 7 Jsiiited Weekly ioq jjer Tear f LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poil Office in Lancatter Ky ct f SeeondClatt Mali fM Lancaster Ky December 23 1904 Out iii County N e A Budget of News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters BRYANTS VILLE Miss Naylor of California has been visiting Mrs Sam Ilaselden Mr Hogan Ballard of Lexington is expected home to spend the holidays Miss Minnie Cotton of Danville visited her aunt Mrs James Burnside last week Miss Alta Boner spent several days in Nicholasville last week the guest of friends Mr R D Ballard was called to Madl sou by the sarious illness of his sister Mrs Anderson The Masonic Lodge met Monday n liht The first and second degrees conferred on several Mr John Boner of Mt Sterling is expected in a short time to visit his mother Mrs Josephine Boner Dont forget the Xmas tree to be given at the Methodist church Satur day afternoon at 3 oclock Every body invited to come Mr Jacob Steadman who has been attending school atSt Josephs Cin cinnati is expected home in a few days to spend the holidays A number of gayeties have been for Xmas weekend the young people are looking forward to them with the anticipation of much enjoy ment Only a few more days until Xmas and every body is busy doing their Xmas shopping and looking forward with much pleasure to the greatest time of all the year Although it is just a little bit early we wish a Mer ry Xmas to all PAINT LICK Mr Bob Kinnaird of your city was in our town Friday Mr Willis Adams will move to Lan caster the first of the Misses Sallie and Mattie Adams iris ited relative here this week Mrs Annie Adams has accepted a position with Champ Co Miss Allle Tribble Saturday with her mother in Richmond Dr M E Jones of Lawrenceburg is the guest of his brother Will Jones Mr Jeff Tribble and Miss Callie Ad ams of with friends Mr George Treadway has moved to his farm he recently purchased of Mr LambDr has rented the Veran da Hotel for the next year and will take possession Jan 1st Mr and Mrs McDermoud and Miss Jennie Arnold of St Louis are the guests of Mr Ike Arnold Mr Jim Smith assistant cashier for the Peoples Bank has accepted a po sition as bookkeeper for the American Tobacco Co Mr Stanley R Brock has accepted the place in the Bank I have a small line of uptodate and neatly trimmed fall and winter hats which I wish to close out at a reduced price as I do not wish to carry them over Now is your chance for a bar gain if you need a hat Respectfully Mrs Minnie Jennings Notice Having sold my stock of goods to be invoiced Jar 20th I will make some very low prices on Overcoats Ladies Cloaks and Skirts heavy Underwear Boots Shoes Clothing Buggy Robes Rugs Carpets Guns etc Now is the time to buy R L Jennings 1223 When you wants pleasant purgative try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no nausea griping or other disagreeble effect For sale at Frisbies Drug Store 1m t eENTaAL JlgQ l ill 9 ar being 2 an year I ill ill spent r RichmondspentSunday II 0 I fatter w the c Y Flowers 11 IS If Flowers Ed GGaihes 1118 Ward pays 21c for eggs 1118 2t Boarders wanted at Mr UD Simp sous 129tf Roses LHlies Chryanthemums and Carnations Ed C Gaines The Pestle Hardware stock at every Saturday at 115 tf FOP Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney Blankets and Comforts at cost at 1223 The Logan DryGoods Co Ladles RsadytoWear skirts for less than cost at 1223 The Logan Dry Co Let us fix you up a nice basket of fruits and candies for your girl 2t W 11 Ward See Mrs Dbllle Brown at store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 21 tf We have a few mens and Boys suits and we are selling at great bargains 12 23 The Logan Dry Goods Co Ward has everything for Xmas Toys for the girls and boys and useful articles for the older ones 2t Remember the Postle Hardware Stock at auction every Saturday 115 p m during December and county court day tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Currey Agts See our nice line of handkerchiefs and mulllers for the holiday trade 12 23 The Logan Drv Goods Co We are closing out our and Childrens Cloaks than cost The Logan Diy 1223 We have the most to date line of Holldi tral Kentucky Drug Store You will find mViny and new things at our fetor you will not see felsewnere 1213tf Drug Store Fireworks We have license to sell fireworks and will have a large stock at J A Beazleys store on Danville street All kinds at low prices- tf Beazley Burnside We have the nicest Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes Hotwater Bottles ever shown 99 Drug Store Window Glass Let us sell glass you will need cold weather comes Our right 99 Drug Store You can get a good meal at Mr Simpson boarding house 129tf Day boarders wanted at Mr U D Simpsons Bearding house Richmond street 12 8 tf Candies and fruits at Wards 2t We pay cash for eggs W II Waid 2t Wanted 20 tons of clover hay tf Markbury Son Exchange your eggs etc for Santa Claus at Wards Grocery 2t Dont fojget to bring your eggs to Wards Grocery when you come to buy goods 2t Remember you can get all the fire works you are looking for at prices at Beazleys on Danville street tf When you go to buy your winter shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their stock they can suit you 1021tf The operations of this Bank are un der the eye and inspection of the state Banking department 1118tf Bank of Bryantsville Charley Cox is prepared to sell you all kinds of fire works just outside of etc 2t Beazley Burnside will sell you pop crackers roman canales torpedoes etc at very low prices Call at Beaz leys on Danville street and get the little folks something for Christmas The WC T U Library is opened every Tuesday night for exchange of books Why not give your friend a membership and thus unable him to get tke benefit of good literature The cost is small tf the week and especial attention given to day boarders JJ D Simpsons board log house Richmond street 129 tf u lJldD rgnhts d C iCu 1118 Joseph L di f less u ex e and up OdS InCen Fribi 12 nf Frrs es me r Id Frisbie you vh window bf c price are Ies pikeSee daydinners zi I ceSS E Gaines auction Misses u beautiful be e reasonable I AM Ready for Business I am prepared to Grind Crush for Stock ourCorninfo TaMe Meal also to Corn I am the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow teed its better and cheap than shipstuff Any class of Feed you may need in GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your appreciated Banks Hudson J f fj if f 1 tJ business i r M G Aldrilge sold to YV S Ileazle 9 J shoats at SJct per poumj A number of our larmqrs attended court at Danville Monday Miss Bessie Anderson of Kansas City was the charming guest last week of her aunt Mrs Cyrus Daly The members of time Fork church were much disappointed that Rev S P Martin would not preach there Sunday and decided on account uf ill health and other reasons thathe could not become their pastor The Ladles Working Society had their last meeting for the year 1904 at the Thursday afternoon New olllcers were elected for next year They have made quite a nice sum of motley and always try to use it in a worthy cause When looking through some books Miss Hannah Aldridfie found an Epis copalion Prayers Book which belonged to her great great great aunt It was printed in London England in 1753 and contains prayers for every day iu the week and for all classes of people It isagreatcurosity the printing very peculiar and hard to read as the f and s are alike Merry Christmas is almost here and our faith should always be bright and clear and our love deep and wide to all mankind at Xmas time Yes soon the old year will be gone and the in scrutable future will be before us What it will bring no one can tell And as this is our last letter to The Record we wish the editor and help ers a merrv Xmas and thank him for being so charitable in looking over all mistakes and for all favors shown Wherever shall be will always have a warm place in my heart for The Record and be its friend We have 25 bbls of nice eating ap pies that we must close out at 8200 per bbl Dont miss this chance to get a bbl for Xmas Lancaster Grocery Co A Home sewing machine is a very appropriate and useful Christmas present Why not give sometliiip useful See them at J A Beazleys 1216 tf To Sunday Schools Before placing your Xmas order for fruits etc let us quote you prices Lancaster Grocery Co wholesale fruit dealers 3t The custom of giving useful growing more popular every I Christmas What would be better for wife daughter or sister than one of those handsome New Hume sewing machines which J A Beazley is selling so cheap 121Ctf I Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons You will und fancy Florida oranges are 300 per box whole sale at 3i Lancaster Grocery Co Ten room two story brick house In good repair On Danville street half a block from public square suitable for boarding house Apply to Eliza L Lancaster Ky or M Orand 8th and Jefferson sts Waco Texas 1118tf Tire Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church will dona Lion saleat Lears Millinery store on December 23 and 24 Plain and fancy needle work of all kinds etc will be sold at exceedingly low prices Remember the and place and come help a noble cause tf Best Paper For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf Sanatapy Goods From St Louis While recently visiting tJie Worlds Fair I purchased a car of bath tubs wash bowls from the State buildings were of the finest grade as buildings were the home of from the respective states I place these goods in your residence at a of 50 per cent Inspection solici ted J R Ilaselden 4t As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our dean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be tilled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 9 16tf r 1 tolearn n New Is For Rent can y readingline ad an ul ts Thes uods e the eat p pie C j I parsonage press Anderson haven 1 the saying buyers I SWEET pliOHlDH ii Oranges and Bananas i- iIV By the CAR LOAD Also iiIH M BALLOUS 1 o P o Ri e 44x45= OR SID iSBEll OSTEOPATH Located on Danville Street two doors below Record Office Consultation and free All diseases both Acute and Chronic treated Call and see me Examination successfully Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit OE ZLEYI h J rUt DTif 11E L COME TO Frisbies Drugstore FOR YOUR Christmas Presents There has never been a line as Beautiful or artistic shown in Lan caster This is a bold assertion but a visit to our store vince you of the fact e Presents for Everyone and our Prices l I willcon the Lowest m 4 4 1 b s r tai e FR TSBIEiSh DRUG RE sz y c 1 Morffw M6RoD6rts LINE OF lHOndag S IS NOW fur your Inspection t THEY INVITE you TO CALL AND SEE IT V I cheaper now than ever be I fore Come and buy be J i fore it advances which it is I SUre to do I IL C Ss S Ooocs- Rady L- Amrici Wire Feice 1- 1is PETTIJS ROS Bryantsville Kentucky t aare sanu A New Gar Load m- Old m SEE OUR STOCK OF if Fine Winter m BuggyRobes Very Cheap m Now is the time to buy a BUGGY CHEAP ff u Jrnrm 0Wagons i o o Hi 1 r Romans Elmore IMiffiBlliiBUl SiaifHlBT JligJBtfa I JIJI iJ Q r z- t f t 3- b s 1 ikW1 Get in the Habit Ccmpany ofvisiting Q The Iercantile I Jose11l I Cold weather is here so we call your attention to our splendid lines of Winter Wearing Apparel fl yJ s We have a lovely line of j I I BLANKETS I COMFORTS J HOSIERY I CLOAKS GLOVES SHOES WRAPS and FURS I and are making prices that will prove to you that we are the friends of the peo ple Everything to be found in i Ail I DRY STORE We have no old goodsto work off everything first class and correct in style Call and we will prove everything we claim e Will Save You Bii Money On Jasepi Hmulilf DRESSGOODS UNDERWEAR t I UpToTh t GOOD3 I Cloa s I I Company r i V 4 i i I i i j e lug e I UT I 000oooooeoeovoovooooooo The i Gossip About People v x v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Mraud Mrs Joe Nevlus visited rela tives in Stanford Sunday Miss Martha Elkin has returned from a visit to Suuiford Dr E II Pearch of Danville was here Wednesday afternoon Miss Mary L Burnside will visit friends in Danville next week Mr J M Logan leaves next week for New York where lie has a line posi tion Mr John Meier and wife of Danville spent Sunday here with Mrs Fred Stone Mr J W Miller has returned from a visit to Mrs R E fugues of Louisville Mrs Jonas Rucker who has been visi ting relatives here his returned to her home at Ford Ed Williams who is attending school at St Marys will spend the at home Miss Mayme Ballard of Bryantsville will be Miss Ethel Wests guest dur ing the holidays Miss Pearl Bettis of Lexington will spend the holidays with her mother Mrs Ellen Bettis Misses Mayme Bricken and Lizzie Stirk of Lebanon have been visiting Miss Pearl Ashley Miss LllyV West will visit her sister and former school mates in Nicholas yule during the holidays Rev R R West of Washington D C is expected for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs John K West Mrs W K Shugars and son of Sal visa are expected fora visit to the fam fly of Mr William Shugars Mr and Mrs R A Stone have return ed to their home in Somerset after visiting relatives and friends Miss Rebecca Williams who has been in business at Paint Lick is with her parents during Christmas Mrs Alex West has returned from Nicholasville where she has bsen vis iting her daughter Mrs C T Denman Mrs J B Kinnaird and daughter Miss Miss Martha Gill have been visiting Cincinnati few days Hon Wood G Dunlap and daughter Miss Gena of Lexington are expected for a few days visit to Mrs R A Burn sideMrs C K McGugin will return to her home in Howard Ohio next week a pleasant visit sister Mrs r I I I I hisdaughter I I I Angieand for a I after to her I r i holidays R A Burnside Lexington Leader Mrs Alex West of Lancaster and Mrs Charles Den man of Nicholasville were visitors here Saturday Miss Margaret Mount one of the bssfc stenographers and typewriters in tie is rendering valuable In The Record office Messrs A B Estridge and W S Fish two of Paint Licks hustling were In town this week and paid The Record office most pleasant call Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington Mr Dick Kennedy of Chicago and Lieut Robert Kennedy of Clevelamd Ohio will visit Sirs Bank Hudson during the holidays Hugh GaYly has been in this neigh borhood buying tobacco Mr F M Prewitt and father visited his father at Round Hill last week Uncle Si Creech walked and carried the mail to McCreary and back the day he was 02 years old The many friends of J A Jones glad to hear he is improving We hope he will soon be out again NextGSaturday the 24th is stated meeting at Freedom church This meeting ends Brother Pikes year as pastor Every member is earnestly requested to attend Our district school will close next Friday Mr Ross has given entire satisfaction as a teacher We can heartily recommend him as a good teacher and a gentleman Auction Called Off The auctioneer engaged by Mr Thompson to conduct the sales adver tised in last issue of The Record dis appointed him that is he failed to show up and Mr Thompson was com polled to get another The second man proved a flat failure and were declared off He tells you in his ad of the the disposition he will make of the stock Mr Thompsons health is very poor and he is forced to seek another climate and his loss in closing the stock is very great indeed Dont fail to see Tribble Pences line of Holiday novelittes i n fine Furniture bed room suites couches Morris chairs tables chiffoniers china closets china buffets side boards hat racks parlor suits parlor rockers hall chairs druggets rugs and pictures We carry the stuck and will save you money Tribble Pence Stanford Successors to Withers Co BANKS TO CLOSE Monday the 26th County Court day but being a legal holi day the Banks will be closed I state assistance businessmen a are J C the sales Fur niture t t t t It tt It tt tt i t NINA a s A Printer Know No Rest f The Record office has been about the busiest place in town during the past ten days Capt White the typo has ill for some time while Mr Leonard Miller was knocked out for several days and with only three hands it has required Jwnrlgut hustling to do all the work get out the paper Experi enced newspaper men and printers do not know what it is to quit however so with timely assistance of an expert stenographer to attend to our mail and correspondence 5e editor has kept the wheels of the mechanical depart meut turning and heres another uuin ber of The Record for your perusal We do not make this statement to complain of but to show you what can be done when a little elbow grease is applied A Warning The electric light company asks The Record to request those parties who shoot the town down every Christmas to please be careful and aim their at some object other than the electric lights These lamps cost much money and have been badly damaged on previous Christmas cele brations We are requested to say that the company will have special men to watch its property and any malicious or even accidental damage will result in the arrest of the perpe Grades will give an in the Chapel Friday at half past two oclock The public PKEAUHERSV1LLB Tom Rigsby sold a cow to Lucy Bell for 2000 J II Rigsby has four cases of whoop ing cough in his family Bob Garrison sold two hogs to D M Anderson at 3i cts perjb John Chadwick of Crab Orchard was here on business Monday- J L Hutchins sold 3 suckling calves to J II Rigsby for 1250 per head Mr Sim Middleton of Crab Orchard was here last week writing tire Insur ance Mr Moses Green of Texas will spend the holiday with his father J F Green Rev J C Carmichal and Heniy Blaukenship spent Saturday with J P Rogers and family Rev R F Jordan went to Carters ville to hold his second quarterly meet ing Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Cramon of Georgetown College is to be the guest of Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson during tle holidaysRev and Mrs Sprinkles lost their little babe last week The fun eral was preached at the house by Rev W B Ragan and the remains were at Goshen May a gracious Providence sustain the bereaved par ents in their sad bereavement T overwork etc tratorsThe I veteran been Jo and revolvers entertainment invited interred Our complete line of Holiday Goods for Gentlemen is now on we have extra sales men to assist our customers in making their selections shoeing of Neckwear Suspenders nufflers Handker chiefs and Gloves is we believe the best in Lancaster and represents the very newest ideas in haberdashery We are doing a large holiday business simply because at this time as other timss during the year we adhere strictly t o popular prices Take our entire line of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods We challenge any competition to produce anything that will excel them in style quali ty and price Terms Strictly Gash Ii I I II I displayand I ill I i III P I I I t t I III HT LOGAN iLl t u j i i i CHRISTAS 6OODS i fOur 1 i i i Awe kcr Viw a ue GDf A i MANSE Mrs J S has returned home Mr Jerry Higgins has been but is better at this writing Mrs Belle Henderson has returned from Brodhead wljere she has been with her sister Mrs Monnie Dunn The church will give a donation par ty at the parsonage Tuesday 20 Let us all take our Mr Isaac who was called to the bedside of his father Mr Jno liar din has returned to his home in Fay ette Miss Tessie Harditi his sis ter accompanied him as far as A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve hand y and theres none as good as Backlogs Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles dissappear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at McRroberts Drug Store 1m Scarlet flowers stand drouth better than any other Fight Will Be BlUer Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual of Dr Kings New for Consumption will have a long and bitter tight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss has to say Last fall nlv wife had symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts Druggist Price 50c and 1 Trial bottles free 1m Asparagus is the oldest plant used for food Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never falls to tone the stomach regu late the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough ef fectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist 1m One swallow will cat at least 6000 fleas a day BHIIous Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears a threatened attack warded off Hundreds of use the remedy this way with success For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m There are 25000 pores in the hand of a man Be Quick Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptons of croup Cham berlaius Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack it never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Turkeys Turkeys I will pay the highest market price for 10000 turkeys on foot delivered at any station on the K C road Richmond and Rowland W S Fish Paint Lick 1118tf Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on THURSDAY Dec 29th 1904 at 10 oclock a m at my home on the Hyattsvilie and Kirksville pike 21 miles North of Hyattsuille offer for sale to the and best bidder the following described property 3 two year steers 3 Berkshire sows 19 shoats about 100 bbls corn in shuck in crib 2 stacks oats 1 surrey a few tools 1 cider mill also the household and kitchen furniture Terms made on day of sale It M rs Ann M Doty Bargains In Property We can give bargains and easy terms in the sale of the following propertyNo A large new brick store and residence with coal yard scales etc One of the best places in the city for a good business Can be bought for than cost of buildings etc Estab lished trade now No 2 A large new residence with 6 acres on Crab Orchard street No 3 Two splendid homes on street at low figures No 4 Ihree valuable Lexington avenue One at 2700 at 3750 very large and desirable and at3000 All at prices No 5 New cottage and 1 acres on Stanford avenue Very cheap No 6 home4 acres on Dan vine Remarkably low at price 2000No Cottage on water street one acre of fruit For sale or rent at reasonable figures No 8 Coal yard scales and two store rooms for rent No 9 Stock of Jewelry and fancy goods at a stand having an established trade for 20 years Great bargain No 10 A brick block of two store rooms first floor and seven rooms on second floor yielding 10 cent on the at can be purchased A splendid investment No 1L Fiftysix acres of splendid unimproved jjand 3t miles town at 50 per No 12 Improved place of 45 2 mlles town ratl8QO We also nave some valuable ty In the bred people which yielding per have other H o I Burrows Dec rememberand donation Hardin hits Stanford occurrences 1 recommendation between known less Richmond residences- on property f on occupied re on tile D J l L 1t j very sick Discovery every Rundown S maybe people perfect 4S of land uric one avenue per acres good land city limits bycol cent invest G B d oiY Hogh 13 Jii- 4Y- a t vr Remember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prett S C DBNNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Zlnnaird To Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and of LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jso000 SURPLUS iotM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B J J Walker T M Arnold GO SOUTHWEST 8 8 Z493 i I I I Equipped ijanl Th BanI ijr lantsville Ientucl t t t f f f f f f f f f t t ttt t t t t t t t tt I v tit tt tt LEAVELL I II I II I I II I I II II I II II 11 II 11 II II II 111111 y z JIIIU1U111111JI11UJ111111UII1111UJU1111111111U IJ11ltI1UJ11JU LU 00000000000000 0 J J 6 0 0 0 9 0000000000000000000000000 The We11 s- a ir F Hudson r iKKt tai Like Time and Tide the Great Southwest awaits no man but its a heap easier to get aboard at the instant ofstarting than to contend with element of momentum later I Let us give you the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated literature tree II DGO IArk HIeG11I J Rates Southwest CaeAlat I TWo H LEE G1 AfLittle Reek rAg- tCiaelRau AIM tiASTiAnlPus Teat 11SCO11VeaerI1L- T yy NJ T 0i NARYusbands gifts to her f wedlock used bills and flourishes by that The twitter ed to absolutely gut the canary begins You must take that I cannot hear it for anything t jfor women when they to nervousness so that bird or the laughter of j to shock them in every condition is a very com 1 is generally due to ses which are un strength Favorite and other e the result of womanly It establishes dries wealthy drains heals inflammation and Iceration and cures female weakness For two I had been a sufferer from female weakness and uterine trouble writes had but little hope for recovery I wrote to you for advice me to take Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden covery my troubles left me and I feel like a new person Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All is strictly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pellets are pleasant to take A most effective laxative en Ito Prescription- ess Mrs J Muschinski of Marathon Marathon Co Wis Was so weak that I could do no work Was nervous felt downhearted and Medical Discovery I our advice and after taking bottles of Favorite Prescription and five of Golden Medical Dis correspondence uJiL I S 5 T HEBRON Corn is selling at per bbl in this sectionMr Preston is numbered with the sick Mr Gene Vanderpool who has been quite ill is better Mr Harrison Dean visited relatives in last week Mr Willie Holtzclaw of Danville this locality Wednesday MrAlford Johnson of Tennessee is the guest of his cousin Mrs G A Bruce Mr Herbert Roberts of Jessamine was the guest of Mr Sam Morford WednesdayMr who has been in Indianapolis the past mouth came home Tuesday Mrs Landram Burdett and three children of Peru Ind are spending the winter with her mother Mrs Sa rah Duncan irs G A Bruce who has been tier daughter in Mercer returned home Wednesday Miss Hattie Duncan entertained a number of her friends at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her friend Miss De Witt Montgomery UEDNAV1STA James Spoonamdre will return fnm Urbana Illinois Tuesday and take his former position as clerk at A T Scotts Miss Lucretia Skinner of Lancaster will spend Xmas with her parents here Mr Murry of Burgiu was brought here for burial Sunday afternoon Funeral at Mt Olivet conducted by Rev Welburn Mr Murry is brother of Mrs Gay of this section The last meeting of the Prohibition alliance will be held Wednesday night A full attendence is desired Dr Wollar of the Presbyterian church has organized a Christian Endeavor for the young people of all denominations Officers were elected from the four denominations represent ed in this community It is the only young peoples society here Ed Lone of Richmond has been visiting his aunts and uncle near here Mrs Dismukes Misses Ora and Lil The tartest Yielding Boriest Grain Finest Quality i Oats Grown As hardy as wheat If early Not attacked with fly or rust Stand up well Afford the finest Fall Winter and Spring pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per acre of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives information about the best seeds for sowlngContains Improved Seed Wheat Baiter RyeRape I 000 Headed Kale AI falfa Crass Clover and Vegetable Seeds Our tradeMark brand Blue RIbboa Seeds are the highest quality obtainable Write for Larte Fret CaUlof No 55 WOOBi STUBBS CO Seedsmea LOUISVILLE KY 2 J es amine was in visiting 11 Sw t c t Ii i Sown Fall I P I C 1 c 4 4 r c f I I I I N 1 I 1 s DQ1URBHKROQE LttL J VAM LAth E WYJeWELL 4 ONLYONE ilH it1t1 rdSS VII Pr i era Han Pour Bertha Christopher and Ma ry ware shoppers in Harrods burg and Danville Saturday A Costly JMUtake Blunders are sometimes very expen sive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if youtake Dr Kinds New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head ache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m If you want the newest and nicest line of Christmas presents in town buy them at Frisbies Drug Store M AT WOOD J C Fox bought four hogs of Henry Tankersley for 3 50 a hundred- J C Clouse bouht eleven shoats and one calf from Geo Miller for 4406 W H Furr bought a little heifer calf from Ira Hawley for 2000 He also bought a barrel of corn from him for 250 Ira Hawley has moved from the house he rented of W H Furr Newlands house Jim Hawley has moved to Jack Hewlets farm W II Furl bought 15 barrels of corn front Jim Hawley for 200 a barrelLenard Nave has moved back to his fathers farm W H Furr bought ten barrels of corn from John Gafney for 200 a barrelA Walker is selling his stock etc to move to Alabama Wm Coldiron jr has mov d to Jim Rogers farm W B Bennett has to his farm from Leslie W H Furr has his stock scales up and in order Our last issue until Jan Gtb Frisbie cant be beat when it comes to handling nice and exclusive designs In goods Go to Frisbies and buy your Christ mast goods and make your friends hap At Cost At Cost In order to close put our large stock of shaves and haircuts to make room for spring trade we will give you the best work to be had in any shop at low prices for cash Promptand j olite attention Your patronage is greatly appreciated Come to see us for your Xmas haircut Henry Duncan Remember that county court day 26 falls on a holiday and the banks will be closed 3t On the Spot habit His has when youre talking to her she listen very but she think she has fallen Into that habit waiting for some man to propose Philadelphia Press DIaalmllar Opinion I found a fourleavea clover this morning said the young lady boarder There is an old saying that the finder will be married within a year Huh growled the old bachelor at the pedal extremity of the table I always thought the finding of a four leavvi clover was an omen of good luck Cincinnati Enquirer Askins I toJohn I I movedback I py HeQueer Pssay SheDoesnt HeOh InterjectIngSheI I If you have only One Dollar to spare send It MM Srtnu tot Musi at And an account to which you can add or withdrawal any you may be Anywherever 6000 win be tom time to See OrNow Booklet r II Seat ApplIcatIon Oa All accounts In this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the Interest ls added January and July and compounded j 1111 os t m Clia bua t Csuaee WA ClieSatIO i t ffrtW Wk A My BOB I eel igt my gjrSu to chastise y u Willie Toraey You are too late pa asked ma for a restraining or der and you know what contempt pro ceedings will bring down on yourlead Butte InterMountain When owls upon a toot TU said this Is the way of It They say to one another Hoot Come on Lets make aday of It Judge HE HATES SOLITUDE UT qUI JI goout I patti fprn I have The Dleetpatlng Owl Mrs Homelelgh Your husband is at his club a good deal isnt he Lady The poor boy hates being at home alone you know Punch After how marriage changes The tenor of your life The girl of auburn tresses Becomes your redhaired wife Puck Easily explained I dont understand how Staleman can always get those fellows to listen to his jokes Oh tnats easy He always starts off with Boys Ill tell you a good Joke and then well have a drink Chicago Daily News Natural Inquiry Bess and Mabel have ceased to speak as they pass by said the girl under the tailormade hat Indeed exclaimed the girl in the homegrown waist Whats the mans name Chicago Daily News Saw Enough What did she ever see about Jer rold to accept him She saw a rivals hair on his coat col lar I believe Judge I DISAPPOINTING GadaboutYes Tie queer a r Do you believe in Santa Ciaue WeII when a feller writes for a an a gun an gits a an a dinky Christmas card he loses faith in everything Chicago American The Bird Monologue Tis an incomprehensible thing he And often Ive marveled thereat How a girl with a live warm heart In breast Can wear a dead bird on her hatl Chicago Tribune Precise Miss Saturday was your birthday wasnt It Miss How can you be so silly Miss the matter with thatMiss Saturday was the anniversary of my birth Im not an infant Philadelphia Press Matter of Choice George dear said the homely bride who had half a million in her own right why did you ever marry such an ugly girl as me You may not be a beauty dear answered truthful George but youre worth your weight In gold besides I either had to marry or go to work Cincinnati Enquirer The Close Season Now reputation youve got Wildairs Whats the matter with It Mrs Freckledby was telling me how glad she is you dont call on her daughters Wildairs Hub she neednt be afraid the season for speckled beauties dont open till April N Y Times A Distinguished Personage Im sorry said the private secre tary but the president will not see you Try again wont you persisted the white house visitor tell him Im the nan In the brown hat that stood in the crowd when the rough riders left Tampa for the fronf Phlladelphia Press Moment of Victory Bellas watch slipped out of her belt and fell upon the stone sidewalk Oh what a pity exclaimed the oth er girls Not at all said Bella with a cry of triumph Papa is always telling me I pinch my waist This will show him I dont Tribune Hi Ideal dp you mean by a gtrj of rare Intelligence and one who to take advantage of alleged advantage offered her Critic Simply this she does not dance Ring or play but she can sharpen a lead pencil drive a nail and keep a se cret N Y Times Just Like Politieiani What are the saying murmured the woman M stood OB the silver lining of the mightjrmaln Nothing Maria replied the man hoarsely they are like some people we sake great deal of Botoe dMtMru liw TitBiU d t 1 automobile handkerchief kinder Lovers confessed WabashLast BostonPreposterous WabashWhats BostonLast 7 I GaylordNice GaylordWell Her Chicago EditorWhat wUd waves ale wth8T I tt- i B 0 1 Jir b refuse bat I aejcury Is tliu iiply lqitKJ juu the worlds poffdo comes frgm Brazil i AahbarnluuB Ontario TeBllftes to the Qualities of Churn lalas Cough Ashburnbamj Qnt April 18 1903 this only right that 1 should tell you what a wonderful effect Cham berlalns Cough Remedy has produced The day before Easter I was so with a cold and cough that did not think to beable to take any duties the next day as iny voice was almost choked by the cough The same day I received an order from you for a bottle of your Cough Remedy I at once procured sample bottle and took about three doses of the To my great relief the cough and cold had completely disappeared and I was able to preach three time on Easter Day I know that this rapid and effective cure was due to your Cough Remedy 1 make this testimo nial withoutsohcitation being thank ful to have found such a God sent remedy Respectfully yours E A M A Rector of St Lukes Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by Frisbies 1m H FollofiiCoipaiiiej AetnaQueen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob North British Merchantilee Mrs Carltons Wonderful Story Klalno IVoiiiaus Tbrilllae Exper ience Duplicate In Lancaster There are scores of families ii Lancaster and near by towns w will read with interest the wonde full experience of Mrs A L Carl ton one of the best known worn en in Rockland Me Mrs Carlton says I suffered with stomach trouble for eight years growing worse all the time Three of the best doctors in Maine diagnosed my case as cancer of the stomach and declared I could not live two months Utterly discouraged with their treatment I began using mi ona and commenced to gain at once At this time I was reduced to almost skin and bones as I had lost nearlyioo pounds during my sickness but when I began to take Miona my flesh was built up and I gained 22 pounds the first month I have taken only six pack ages of these wonderful tablets but my health is about restored and I firmly believe that Miona saved my R E McRoberts is local agents for Miona which sells for 50 cents a box and offer it under personal if it does not cure the worst form of stomach trouble and resulting disorders the money will be refunded A lot of Cedar and Locust Posts for sale Romans Elmore L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Election Notice There will be a meeting of the share holder of The Citizens National Bank on Tuesday January 10th 1903 for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing yef r B F HUDSON Cashier Election Notice There will election hem by the stock solders of the National Bank of Lancaster K at Its bank building between the hours of 10 a and 12 m on Tuesday January 10 1903 to elect five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 7 1901 S C DENNY Cashier For Richmond Winchester j ten Cynthia Ungton Cincinnati etc Stanford Junction Leb No21 Louisville Crab Orchard lit1 1040 A jn Livingston London Cor bin etc Neja JJ For Bichmoad and intermediate WU fFor Stanford and vraystatloni r Trains run dally Sunday Above UATIMO Nos 10 11 stop at all tioa when flagced Queen Crescent Time Card 1904 nliKS AXDAJCTILJJt 80UTB BOUXB stops flaggediuaa jaa Hamber 6 makes all i 11 M jaNwftkM S Ually stopsi 88gj NMI be SDailyBtopswhea Sagged 4 A c Of liT think distressed I medicine gfeldti Drug Store KINNAIRDINSURANCE Repfosentin Atna Life Ins Co gf Hartford Cou i I lifer I guaranteethat bean Trala TIe Leave 0IBeWeet LaBtallter Nov 16 NO10 Frankfort Louisville 1i14 Paris Car Isle For non 2 tloas 8S II Number Lit u lfORDIK1Jlf p Jf1 11th n I N 4Iusr sss KECTGK iJS Good Remedy Its AX 5 J sit =gnes Is 5 t d July ii I WIi aaber S I Daily p stop Xsbua S Ball e KodoI Herndon O B Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store r I I L DOMESTIC Better Than Ever The Star That Leads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper 0 FOR WEAK WOMEN 1iERcEsFAVGIUT RSCRIITIO THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTEREVERY FRIDAY cSpecial Announcement We call especial attention to our present stock of Pretty Hats and cordially invite the ladies to come and get one of the handsome stylish hats we are now showing while our stock is large low Goods ReceiveJ Every Day Yourpatronage appreciated SallieD That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We wlll call for your work 51 W Main St ho es 202 s FOX Till et S e M LAUNDRY J f 2 2 i 2 oocoeeoooooe N Lexington KY H TLOGAN g anser CURE EATTho OPE ILLFor sale by R McROBERTS Lancaster DYSPEPSIA cents Ky W S BEAZLEY Beazley St Paris Dentists 1 Office over Thomp ons store Danville ft U C FARIS f Ooo i i ci a WC Prest PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 I E L Woods Pest Fish Vice WG Kemp Cash INCORPORATED CAPITAL 0 M COY DiLvFUY- RGGOYN RL ARNOLD JB WOODS JSIUUKROWS W C FISH Ei If WOODS DIRECTORS Commenced Business July We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention toall business entrusted to us 1901 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceIII II Special Notice On account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hay ing extra help at home to all residents of Garrard Co who cut out this card and bring it with them to the at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Extracted 25c Amalgam and White 50c and Gold Fillings 1 and up Gold Crowns 4 large The best set of teeth that can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TELEPHONE NO 4 Haas Hog REMEDY I x i I Largo Amalgam I White I 5 I I r f r t l a 4 i c t oooo I As a Cure As a Fattener As a Preventative Cash paid for all hogs that die when fed this remedy Call on FRISBIE druggist for free book and full particulars From The Ashes I Baltimore Faatjr Experience PolaU Bard to BeslbenlB ofLancacicr The visitors of Baltimore today scarcely realizes that less than a year ago the city was almost des troyed by a memorable fire A similar comparison might be made by George W Nally one the lead ing citizens of Baltimore as to the hange in his own looks A short time ago Mr writing from his home address 2213 Barclay St says I have been troubled for years with ca tarrh and had resorted to all reme dies that could be thought of My wife was also afflicted with this terrible disease but all the we used were an absolute failure until we tried Hyomei It worked like a charm and has made complete cure in both of cases R E McRoberts the local agent for Hyomei has so much faith in the treatment that he gives his personal guarantee to refund the money in case it does not benefit costs one dollar the extra bottles are but cents Ask to see the strong under which is sold v v vW j I M- F P a treatments s tour complete Uit Int Nail V fill V I c ITIotIier Be Curclul remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by It E McRoberts lm A Flcuduut Illl No Pill is as pleasant and positive that children delicate weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strung people they are the best liver pill ever sold Sold by R E McRoberts No More Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion get a bottle Dyspepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure George A Thomson of Spencer la says Have had Dyspepsia for txventy years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dy spepsia Cure was recommended and I used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doc tored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Noway with hopes of getting some relief but Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that ha dune me any good and I heartily recommend it Every person suffering with Indigestion or Dyspep sia should use it Sold by R E Mc Roberts lm Beware orcounlcrfellni DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the best Salve on the market Every fam ily should keep it as it is an invalua ble household remedy and should al ways be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says I had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure AH salves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two years Fi nally I was persuaded to try DeWitts DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by McRoberts lm KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Ir iDiscovery Price I OUGHSand 50c100OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK and CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia Consumption Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foleys Honey and Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night i If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember the name Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foleys Honey and Tar that costs yeu no more and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Had Cenwmirtieii E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eightyeors ago I had a very severe col4 which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumptio Through a I was induced to try a sample of Honey and Tar which gave me o much relief that I bought of regular size Two or three bottles me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or that tinw 100The two and onehalf times as much as the small and the 100 bottte almost six as much SMI All KCMMEWEB BY JS I childrenLook timeOne DeWittsladies and sa I cI r R E r WITH FOR FOLEYSHONEY l TAt OoughsandOold I results coughsthe I r Some he ungs u 1 1 tsize io C j tJ F B nun completely I ant Said He riend oleys amos 5 p times rsale by CC J E3rau