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SIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KYM FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21 1905 TTiE CT If nO 7i17f I t1 JL A Jt T A L tiJ J NUMBBBU w LTSTI sVMW WkHave your Si Roofing and Guttering g REPAIRED We do first class work at Dont Put It Off J R Haselden Who will get the Sideboard marked down soc per day until first dffer at Price Today as below gets board on ex hibition in our window Cheap at 3500 J Hamilton Dunlap I Successors Bcazley Co B J i I reasonablerates I 1 W vvw r I oo I 0 so 50 0011 uo 00 21 itri 50 oo 50 00 31 Wr a 00 to JA BeazleyUndertaker L ts gsr a1 50 2s 31 2950 50 150 2400- t fro 2t 50 22 28 23 0- 0T00 27 22 50 22C0 2150 31 2G 10 21 00 g o 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 111 Cost Best j Salesman E C BOCUS Herndon G B Swiuebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS Dentist Office over store Danville it H F Hillenmeyer Sons I- Kentucky ij 0 Offer for the fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape vines Asparagus Small fruits Rhubarb Shrubs Etc We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter i tj P r CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers LeastWear Iooovco Q z c i i- I J saasss s o USE ARKS fix P ocroaasa casaacr z L r GrasLexington tt Lt t i t Local Notes County and Circuit Court both here next Monday Pearce Huffman bought of J II Ward 32 acres of land for 1 500 Read the page devoted to our popu lar merchant II T Logan W S Poney Beazley will find that mysterious package still at H T Logan Demand for advertising space the reading matter in this issue The temperature fell 26 degree from Saturday afternoon till Sunday The Christian Endeavor realized 9 from the oyster Supper last Friday nightLost at dancing school a gold owl stick pin If found please return to this office tf Mr Clell Thomas and Miss Nannie Ross were married by Eld Tinder at his residence last week The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs R E McRoberts next Saturday The American Bible Society will meet in its Annual Session Sunday evening November 20 1905 at the Presbyterian church Thanksgiving Market At the V C T U rooms Wednesday the 29th promptly atl oclock the sale of good things will begin Give your orders for cakes next week On Saturday Nov 25th I will sell 201bs of best granulated sugar cash We will not charge this sugar to any one for five minutes W II Ward Next Sunday is known as Snnday all over the religious world Tile Sunday Schools will hive lessons on temperance and the minis ters will preach on temperance For Rent or Sale The Splendid storeroom now occnpl ed by Joseph Mercantile Company National Bank One of the best places for business in the city Apply to Hughes and Swinebroad Court Day Dinner I will serve court day dinner Nov at my home on Water street Dinner served between the hours of 1130 and 2 oclock at 25 cts Miss Lena Bright Mr S D Rothvvell had the remains of hs little daughter Mattie disinterred at Paint Lick and buried in cemetery by the side of her mother She died about 30 years ago at the age of six W A Beazley member of the city council and having charge of the streets is having rock spread where they are needed thereby improving the appearance as well as the condition which prevailed Kentucky The battleship Kentucky holds the record for having sent a message the longest distance by wireless telegraph having sent a communication a dis tance of 500 miles Even the name carries success with it Circuit Clerk J W Hamilton is hav ing the docket printed for the Nov term which begins next Monday There are 21 appearances three cases and the usual amount of old commonwealth and equity business Final Notice to TaxPayers I wish to give the tax pavers of Garrard county notice that their tax es for 1905 have long since been due and must be paid by November 30 as the penalty goes on all taxes 1 1905 which will be charged Come and pav at once and save cost and penalty W L Lawson S G C Preaching at the Methodist church every first third and fourth Sunday of each month both morning and Suuday School every Sunday 9 30 a m D D Giger Superintendent Junior League Sunday afternoon 3 p m prayer meeting every Friday eve ning You are respectfully invited to attend these services B M Nelson Pastor Important Notice The Ladles of the church will have an exchange at Postotlice on Tuesday 28th before Thanksgiving Hope the housekeepers of the town will confer special favor on them by buying their dainties for their dinner as they are try ing to pay for a new furnace they are forced to buy As the church mem ber ship is smallest and most on outside aid we hope they will be liberally patronizedFor Cottage on Lexington avenue for merly occupied by CB Nevius tf Juliet Gill Rogers Fgr Sale A CO acre farm miles South Bryantsyille and on Lancaster Nicholasville pike rand s in high seven room cottage and with all outbuildings Also good cabin near the bouse I will offer this at a bargain with terms This property must be seen to be appreciated For further particulars call on or 0 T Jenkins ll2ltf BryantsyilleKy a i j reduces afternoon for 1 Temperance adjoining 2i th Exhumed Lancaster Court murder December evening Methodist t state of cultivation wIth a necessary to suit perchaser morning Thanksgiving dependent an t J E ROBINSON Elected County Attorney Without Opposition C A ARNOLD Elected Sheriff Without Opposition Notice to Correspondents As Thanksgiving falls on our press day we will print The Record one day ahead of time next week and will be obliged if communications are sent in little earlier The Record will be mailed Thursday morning but the office force will all be given a holiday Better Congregations We have been asked how to have more people hear the gospel Let those who are able to have jewelry and tine clothes leave them at home and attend church in their plainest dress in order that thepoor may not be abashed when meeting them at church Go to the homes of the unfortunate and ask them to come to church Let the minister go among tne sinners and preach no matter where they to it on the Chute or anywhere Such was the practice of of the Savior He even went among fishermen Above all tie a hard knot in the tongue of slander and sinners will feel that they may yet be re deemed Tobacco Growers A good crowd of farmers met at the Court House Saturday J Wade Vial ker was elected chairman and L G Da vidson Secretary B F Hudson read the form of contract to be signed by tobacco growers pledging threefourths of their crops to the To bacco Growers Association and them to take 25 per cent of the crop in stock to interest them in the fight against the trusts They pall 400 the first installment on stock and they have pledged over 200 acres of tobacco to the company but as 1200 acres or of the crop of the county and of the other 39 counties must be pledged by November 25 the enterprise may not succeed at this time They are determined however to get better prices J G Burnside was elected chairman and B F Hudson and J Wade Walker were elected mem bers of the county boards Post master West has received notice of rewards offered by the Post office Department for the conviction of parties charged with Robbing post office or malls while being conveyed from one point to another We the following section as of general interest at this time Larceny from post office stations street letter boxes or other receptac les established approved or designated by the Postmaster General for the receipt of mall matter on any rural frer delivery route starroute or other mail route or from boxes rented in postoffice or from any public recep tacle for mall matter will be regarded under this Offer of Reward as of the same effect as larceny from a post office proper POSTEDThe undersigned Hereby give warn to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest of Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice J L Hutchins Jas R Henry Miller WR Cook WA Wheeler J H D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rigsby Mrs Gill Ferguson W L Lawson Mrs Paniels prefer gatherbe t Rewards publish whatever- d tent A JTomplon R G Pettus Wm Culditan P D H C W S requiring four HcdlEARY Frank Broaddus bought of T A Royse 35 bbl corn at Victor Lear bought of different several nice shoats at 4c Miss Hattie Duncan visited Miss Nettie Hunter Saturday and Sunday Rev Hall delivered a trial sermon at New Antioch church last Sunday Ye ry small attendance Corn gathering is about completed through this section the average is not what was expected MJfcphy and little daugh ter are visiting her aunt Mrs Emma Posey who continues quite ill The turkey buyers have bought most all the turkeys in this neighborhood paying 12ic for nearly the entire crop T A Royse has gone to Illinois to look out a location will move there shortly if he is successful in purchas ing a farm Mrs Ann Layton and daughter Mrs Bradshaw visited friends at Ninaand also made a visit to the new store Noel Bros who are doing a ful business at that place MT HEBRON Turkeys are selling in this Secton at U 12J and 13c per lb Mr Armster Brunner visited his farther at Lock No 8 Sunday Mr J M Vanderpool sold his farm to Chas Duncan for S26 an acre Dennie Scott bought 30 bbls of corn from Lee Grow at SI 50 par bbl Mr Thos Montgomery sold a bunch of fat hogs to S N Morford at 5e per lb Mr Hubert Barnes and mother of Lincolu are the guests of Mr J M Vanderpool am family Mr Hunter R ly is erecting a house on his farm which he purchased from Mr Wm Leave v The buggy house and contents of Mr Brack Grow was destroyed by fire originating from burning trash in the garden Mr Hiram Johnson of Burgin and sister Mrs Oliver Merrideth of Lincoln spent a last week with relatives in this locality Mrs Dock Dean and daughter Miss Eunice of Pink were the guests of her daughter Mrs Herbert Roberts from Friday until Sunday MANSE I W e are glad to see Mrs W 0 Good loe out again after several weeks Mr and Mrs Jake White and little daughter Hazel are visiting at Capt Dotys Mrs Joe McCormack has returned Mrs John Reid had the unfortunate accident of cutting a linger off last week while cutting meat The Chrysanthemum show and can dy sale given at the residence of Rev and rare llowers displayed Mrs Fri t so any amount of delicious candies which sold rapidly The prize was won by Miss lane while the other young ladies the consolation candy which was contributed by Mr Jim Burrows There were many other features of enjoyment arranged by Mrs Friarson who proved to be an entertaining and made all have an interesting afternoon as well as made a neat a sum for the beneti t of the Society BEUNA VISTA Miss Eva Jennings has been ill Miss Lillian Poor is convalescing Quite a number of housewives sold their turkeys last week at 12c Will Scott bought several barrels of corn from Morton Scott at 175 Mr Eugene Land and wife of Spears have been visiting relatives here Mr Tom Chi istopher visited relatives in and near Lexington last week Mr Will Spilman and wife of Burgin spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Spil man Miss Mary Askins and brother Hugh visited their grandmother near Burgin Sunday Miss Clara Kauffman of Camp Nelson spent last week with Miss Bertha ChristopherMiss Carter of Little Hick man is the guest of her sister Mrs Virgil Scott Mr W T King has exchanged his well Improved farm in Pollys Bend for a near Lowell Mrs Elizabeth Wilds and son Welsh of Nicholasvllle spent Sunday with the family of J J Poor Miss Dessie Hamm of Jessamine Co who Is remembered as the guest of bet sister Mrs Herman Barnett was last week to Mr Wade Jessamine Mr P S TerrIll and wife who leave this week for their new Western home attended church here Sunday and leave of a host of friends whose wishes go with this estimable family Uncle Joe Hopper the well known evangelist closed an interesting ing here Sunday His sermons which were heart searching were listened large and appreciative was with regret we bid him adieu 150 parties Mrs Eva success u part of atWinchester particularThere reputationin enjoyed Missionary m farm took well meet to- by I dwelling recently Illness Chrysanthemum Walker hostess little ma- rled audiences I r BUCKEYE Mr George Ray made a business trip to Danville Saturday Nelson Davis bought some corn of Lige Ray at SI 50 per barrel Little Miss Frances Perkins who has been quite ill is much improved Wm Whittaker was buying turkeys here last week at 12 cents per pound Walker and wife spent Sunday with Mr John Walker and familyMiss Myrtle Daily of Bee Lick is with her brother Mr Arthur and family this week Mesdames Mary Teater and Eliza Wheeler of Mercer are spending weeks with friends and relatives hereMisses Helen and Agnes Miles were visitors of Misses Bessie and Willye Pierce at Hiattsville Saturday and SundayMiss Turner and Mr Jesse Hill were visiting Mr Ben Marsee and sister Miss Annie of Lancaster and Sunday MA11KSBUIIY Bob Rout sold lot of hogs for i 175 per cwt Mrs Chas Burdette has been quiet j sick for several days Miss M E Marksbury entertained a s few friends at a dining Thursday of last week Miss Annie T Cecil of Danville was I the pleasant guest of her grandmother a last week f Miss Nora Clark Mr and Mrs Will Wadkins were the gnests of Mr and Mrs Robert Clark Sunday I Mr John Turner who recently sold his property to Mr Chas Burdette has moved to the toll house on the Dan road near Lancaster Mr Chas Burdette is remodeling his house by adding a new room The j shingles that are being torn off now have sheltered the old house for 40 years 5 Uncle Billy Royston writes On my arrival in Fort Worth Texas it was after night and thonght it Sofer as I was an old man to take a hack for my hotel Seeing that the was taking me to a strange part of the city I jumped outthe man grabbed me After severe struggling I succeeded in cutting loose from the I man I am sure his intent was 3 and robbery I had about my person PAINT LICK Miss Alice Treadway is quite sick with malarial fever Mr Jack Adams of Lancaster was visiting friends here Mrs R K Stone and childrenof Rich mond are visiting Mrs Emma White The Misses Blasky of Peewee are visiting Misses Alma and Mary Lear Miss Serena Anderson returned Sat urday from a pleasant visit to near Cynthiana Miss Anne Burchall left enter Prof Cherrys Business at Bowling Green E W Todd left Monday for Norfolk Va to accept a civil service in the Navy Yard Dr Snowden of Kirksville bought the Dr Nichols property at this place and will soon take possession Mrs Ann Chenault of New Mexico and Mrs Jane Crutcher of Richmond guests of Mrs John Terry The Oyster Supper given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church on the ICth realized 31 Miss Alice Tribble has resumed her duties in the school here after being absent several weeks on account of the illness of her mother Miss Lucy Mahan of London who has been conducting a series of at the Methodist church here is now engaged in a meeting at Wallace ton Alfalfa a Good Thing for Kentucky Mr A J Sanders of Oldham Kentucky says About five years ago I sowed two acres of alfalfa as an experiment I had read a great deal about its wonderful productiveness and saw no reason why it should not succeed in Kentucky as well as in the West The first year we had a severe drought which burned up all the oth er pastures and killed out a lot grass 1 kept my alfalfa clean by mowing it and it came through all right The following year I cut a good crop of hay and pastured late in the fall and every year since I have cut it three times This season I could have cut it four times had I not pastured it My cows prefer it to any other grass I have seen them leave their shipstuff for alfalfa It makes the finest but ter both incolor and flavorthatl have ever seen and I am of the opinion that it is the very thing for Kentucky soil such as I have We can grow more to the acre than anything else with which 1 have had experience 1 have sowed nine acres more and ex pect to increase this in the future It is gratifying to find a farmer who has succeeded with alfalfa without wasting time on the nonsensical fads of bacteria and inoculation God inoculated the seed long before the Government farmers began to in the laboratory and to draw a sal ary I Mr Prlntuss I t I i f several I I i Saturday t a line I t I 200 t IVal- ley eels Wednesday- to College meet- Ings of D Lily cab- man warder appointment county dreamt I Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile C As wo are going to move to the tie corner as soon as possible we will sell our stock of goods at reduced prices We have a full line of Dry Goods Shoes Cloaks and Fury which arc will sell cheap to keep from moving them Now is the time to get a bargainTHE Joseph Mercantile Co Gore Show NOVEMBER 27 1905 1000 In GOLD Best 2O ears corn 5 to 1 st 3 to 2nd 2 to 3rd All corn must be entered by Sat Nov at 6 PAI MOUNT ELKIN MR 1 FROM HASELDEN ROBINSON Ip I OOOOoOOOOoOO c c 000 c oooooooooootOOOOOO REDUCTIONSALE greatly I 1i 1m o FB i Jif II 15 r A I GUN I i Poss a I pI JORNIIIE 1 GET wwuw WANTED Corn Hay Oats Wheat Hemp Seed Etc Would appreciate your orders for Millet Glover Timothy Hay Straw also for Chop Brand Chicken Feed Etc Bollards Obelisk Flour All kinds of Field Seeds CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Tin Shop J fc We invite you to inquire for prices on I Tin Guttering and all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick i J 1 fr I I I IIN V fI r y y r mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm E a Roofing E i mmmmm m j m u U I D s Jhf sa SsJ9 1 JY I 5 r r r JII11UJII UJUJU4 L 4 4 I 1 Statmt condition June 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due from banks Banking House and Lot Mortgages and Fixtures LIABILITIES Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits 73489 10 351 JO 1221 47 1500 00 10587 00 4492 13 1000 00 103cmr IGOOO 00 Furniture 5333 34 82500 26 9103033 60 CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 I DIP CTORSI M COY R G GUYN J B WOODS ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS R L WCFISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance FALL MILLINERY 1IlUJfU NIIl tJJAtUIJ I o My FALL and WINTER MILLINERY is arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable prices You are cordially invited Igg EETTIE 07IDDijg I IF YOU WANT AN 1 OLD HICKORY Now is the time to get it We on all kinds of Wagons 1 I PHAETONS ETC I Call and see us ROMANS ELMORE e l ililil l 4 Mel BI Q ooo o oooooo ooosoamo oWAGONare offering special bargains Buggies Surries To reduce our stock for winter iled Weekly Jcur LANDRAM EnteTtd at the Pod Office to IU- 8econdClIUII Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press and CENTRAL flEORDa 1l loopr I LOUIS Lancaster y I Association Lancaster Ry November 24 igo5 As the time approaches for the Leg islature to meet there are reference to certain laws tbatshold be enacted We venture a few We need a law to hold city elections separate from all otner elec tlons even on another day It should be made a felony to carry a concealed deadly weapon The juries for county should consist of men from another county to prevent hung juries or un just verdicts on account of the likes and dislikes of the jury and the power and influence of the detendant No divorce should be granted except for the scriptural cause Separation might occur but no power to marry again should be granted An iron clad law should be enacted on compul sort education newspaper should be required to give bond for the truth of every statement where character is assailed Cashiers of banks should be required to certify to assessors the amount of cash each has to his credit on the day to begin assessing This should only be done to list the money of the man who tries to evade taxation It is claimed that personal property is not listed here or elsewhere as fully as it should be In fact one of the oldest and best Informed men we have told us that he was satisfied that there was at least a quarter of a million of of personal property in tv more than the lists show and yet the asessor did the best he could with the means he had to get information concerning that kind of property It is reported that Mr Yerkes the Commissioner of Internal Revenue is preparing to issue orders to take effect December reguiring express offices that deliver COD packages of whisk ey and every physician who prescribes whiskey to take out a dealers license Many high compliments and many expressions of praise have been uttered by the press and by individuals for the Commissioner on account of these rulings and we join the good people in saying that it will aid materially In crushing the liquor traffic which we oppose as heartily as It will certainly do much good in preventing sales to require each ex pres office delivering liquor C O D to take a license but it seems like a hardship to require a physician to have a license to prescribe whiskey as a medicine It is true that some physicians have abused this privilege but taking it away would work a on the innocent sick who really need liquor as a medicine and who are asmnch opposed to its use as an in toxicant as any one is It appears that a physician had as well be licensed to prescribe morphine strychnia or any other poisonous drug which he must use in his practice It is conceded by all good business men that the investigation of Life Insurance companies is the best thing that could happen for the people and the companies which are sure to be mOle economical in expenses and thus be enabled to pay large profits This has already been demonstrated and a law reguiring guarterly examinations will prevent all irregularities which are sure to creep in any institution which handles large sums of money as banks and other like institutions The solvency of the companies cannot questioned Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E B Reid of Harmony For the past five years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he leaned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and LOO guaranteed at McRoberts drug store Trial bottle free 1m Kind words never die if they did probably they would be more appieci Men aud women have more faith in each other than they have in their own A bad memory is the skeleton in a liars closet Mans Unreasonaoteness Is often as great as womans But Tbos B Austin manager of the of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead be says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five phvslciands failed to Af ter taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured andean now perform all her household duties Guaran teed by B E McRoberts druggist price 50c 1m suggestions- in E a c h this coun anyone I I r Mel I l ated f i sex n- i l i I t rel veer I suggestions depositor dollars hardship t bet Republican t I k I Danville Kentucky Friday December 1 When we will have on display the largest best select ed and most reasonable priced line ot Presentation articles ever shown in one house in Central Kentucky Thous ands of dollars worth ofSilverware Cut Glass China Bric aBrac Toilet ware and Imported Novelties piece bought direct from makers in France Germany Japan and United States You are invited to come early and often But this is not all we have to sell and we call your atten tion below to some of the greatest offers ever made viz Great Sale Tailored Suits Beginning Wednesday November 22nd we will offer special saleabout 75 strictly highgrade ManTailored at 10 for choice Most of the lot are entirely new are worth 10 to 18 while there are some very hand some suits that were carried over but which are strictly in Vogue now These are made of the finest Broadcloths and Cheviots and were 25 30 35 and 40 Every color is represented Greys BlacksNavvGreen Brown andMixtures made iu dressyEtonsHallfitled street suits Short fitted suits and Long coat suits all at 10 choice This is the greatest offer ever made in Central Kentucky in really desirable suits Dont let the chance slip you as the quantity is not great and the price is very smallN B None of these Suits will be sent out on ap proval or taken back after being sold Girls and VHsses Suits Children Coat suits and Sailor suits in sizes from 8 to 16 years in Green Navy Wine and fancies These were sold at 750 to i2 and are strictly new this season Shirt Waists We are offering great values in Waists Not only low prices but unusually attractive styles and perfect fitting waists Beautiful black silk waist at 4 and 5 Plaid silk waists at 5 All over lace waist at 5 6 and up to i5 Mercerized and waist embroidered from at 120 to 275 Petticoats Black silk petticoats made from r yard guaranteed to wear Taffeta at 1 and 5 equal to any at 6 Fine Furs Do not delay your purchase of furs too long They are selling rapidly at the low prices we are making We guar antee you a big saving on any piece you buy from us no matter what quality While we have all kinds of cheap furs as low as 75 and very fine ones too we call special attention to our line of Genuine furs such as Minks Foxes etc in staple and fancy shapes at from 5 to 10 we know we are cheap Come and see them anyway OPENING Every 1 OOO i Jon I I J J and I I Linen Sill I I i CHRISTMAS 5oo Misses j I J Dan ille Kentuck u U Q 4 4 A1 I I I IIII Window Glass II I I x uc o cc c I Drug Store I COOCOOCOOCoo x H Paints ails and Putty ALL SIZHS SINGLE and L Doable Strength McRoberts eoeexaeooaw a LEWIS Y LEAVELL President ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold II DIR Portland and Black Diamond Cement I II Lime and Window Glass I o c- ro 0 c Stormes Drug NOTICE The most frequent affection of the stomach is catarrh as the delicate membrane which lines the stomach is easily irritated by harmful food or overeating Keep a strict watch for the first symptoms of stomach trouble Take this friendly warning in the spirt in which it is given and profit by it Shortness of breath black specks before the eyes furred tongue dizzi ness belching of gases or sour food weakness and debility are all signs of catarrh of the stomach There is no need to be unduly alarmed for this LcJ BOWLING GREEN KY J J WALKER Vice Prest dad Paint Store I Most of the companies of my Agen cy have continously transacted business in Lancaster and Vicinity for over thirtyfive years without fear and with much favor hi J H KINNAIRD General Insurance gg By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7onecan The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1000 A B DENNY Pr Went JOHN B STORMES Vice Prest s C DENNY Cashier Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Friendly Warning No Need to be Alarmed About Stomach Troubles if you use Guaranteed by R E McRoberts fIIIIII I493 2 f0 i J je 2 J F o 2 oeo aJMionaCure sO 0000000000000000000c V000 00000000000 O 0 j 0 a o ooo ooo oeooooooo disease can be cured by Mi o na It is the only remedy that strikes at the root of the evil and actually cures the diseaseIt not contain opium In any form acids alcohol or any other harmful drug or chemical It is a pure remedy that heals the irritated membrane stimulates the solar plexus and aids digestion Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which lIe sells Mio It costs but 50 cents a box and your money is returned if it does not help you mucous 1 r- na Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business College aid 1National School eleR2nhv Sortatos Teachers Scientific Classic Law CoMerdal and Special Courses of Study Catalogues and Journals Free POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU Address I A wEE CURB H H CHERRY Prsillnt Bowfin Green Kr- s t Owing to the large increase in my business it will become necessary to enlarge and remodel my store room and in order to do this will have to move my stock into other quarters while the work is going on Therefore I offer to the people of Lancaster Garrard and surrounding counties my entire stock of Clothing Shoes Furnishing at Manufacturers COST for GftSH OnlyI- have by far the largest and best selected lines of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing goods that I have ever shown since I have been in business in this city My regular customers I am sure are thoroughly acquainted with the character of goods I handle I buy my goods from the leading Manufacturers of the East and handle the best merchandise that money will buy Shoddy goods find no space in my house Below I give you the prices of a few articles so that you may see how much money you can save by coming to me with the cash during this sale John B Stetson best grade 500 Hats for 400 Plorsheim 500 and 600 Shoes for 425 The WalkOver Shoes 350 grade for 295 These are made up in Vici Kid Box Calf and Velour Calf WalkOver in Patent Colt Ideal Kids and Enamels worth 400 and 450 I will sell for 325 A word about the WalkOver Shoe There isnt a line of Mens shoes manufac tured in the United States that equal them in workmanship style and wear The above is a broad assertion but I know whereof I speak 0 I W Wi I I L y J Hats and Goods IMOVAL flui I i I 1 Buell Bootees 5oo and 600 grades fora I542Our HONEST MIKE Let me say to you people that want a first class heavy boot for every day wear there is est Mike the only heavy boot built that will turn rain and snow The best grade is worth 400 you can buy them for 325 Our Honest Mike heavy work shoe worth 225 you can buy during this sale for If you are looking for boys shoes we can serve you with the best the markets afford at COSTA word to the Ladies about fine foot wear we handle the very best makes in Ladies Misses and Childrens shoes that we can buy we have all the lat est styles and guarantee to fit and please you You can buy them at actual COST for CASH during this great cash sale Our line of neckwear well you will have to see it to appreciate it 50 and 75c neckwear we will sell for 42c Mens underwear at cost Garments worth 50 and 75c you can buy for 42c Our high grade underwear in the same proportion We have everytning known to the trade in the way of rubber boots and shoes for Ladies and Men You can buy them at COST during this sale Gloves at COST Suspenders at COST Hosiery at COST Shoe Polish and Strings at COST Everything in the house at Actual COST during this Sale I desire to have every one to thoroughly understand the terms of this sale business and reasonable thinking people know well enough that I cant afford4 to sell goods at cost and charge them therefore this sale will be spot CASH Goods taken out on approval can be returned and money will be refunded This great cash sale will begin Saturday November 25 1905 Remember the date and come early and get first choice In conclusion dasire to say that I feel grateful to the people of Lancaster and Garrard County for their liberal patronage and I shall endeavor in future as 1 have always done in the past to give you high grade merchandise at the very lowest prices none on the market that will equal our Hon 185 e- q I J T F LOGAN Throat and Lung Cure best safeguard is a reliable household medicine that cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eves nose sore and bronchial proof all contagious diseases qSuch a medicine is Boschees German bronchial flThe of German Syrup as a cure since its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the Dr Boschee has extended to all of the earth It has big sales everywhere 10 CJTwo sizes 250 750 For sal by It E ItteU b rt Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wi Are In W R Cook went to Livingston on business Cynthia Ball of Corbin is Miss Ellen Ball Mr Jack Doty of Danville was a visitor here Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Hall of are visiting here Miss Marguerite Kinnaird spent a few days with her mother Miss Martha Tillett visited relatives in Danville the past week Miss Lenna Fields of Jellico is the guest of Miss Mary Gaines Mrs Ivaand Miss Ella Dunn of Brod head are guests of Mrs J R Mount E C Gaines has returned from a long tour in the interest of his machine companyMisses Edna Mason and Fronie Fox visited friends in Danville Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs William Burnett have taken rooms at J on street Mr and Mrs Simmons of Madison will be the guest of her sisters Mis JS Johnson this week C W Young has returned to Dallas Texas after a pleasant visit and friends W I Williams is in Birmingham Ala and W Mc Johnson went to Mid lesboro on business Mrs J S Baughman and little son have returned to Danville after a to Mr and Mrs Luther Gibbs Miss Bettie Anderson is in where she will spend the winter with her sister Mrs W R Marrs Dr Acton Davidson Tom M Ulan and Hayden Leavel have gone to Pulaski county on a bird hunt Mrs Ed Minor of Louisville will spend Thanksgiving with her sisters Misses Lizzie and India Johnson Drand Mrs William Burnside and daughter Miss Pattie of Barbourville have been with relatives here Messrs J M Rothwell Branham Beazley John Walker and Ed Ross have been hunting in the mountains Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford is visit log her sisters Misses Lillie Maggie and Bess Shugars at the New Mason lintel Mrs Frank McClanahan of Carlisle visited her husoand here Sunday who is superintending the work on the Lancaster depot Mr Alex Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan have returned from a visit to relatives in Harrodsburg Hus tonville and Stanford Miss bertha Horetzky who has been the attractive and popular guest of Miss Mary Arnold will leave this week for her home in Houston Text s Mrs Ophelia Dunn has returned from Danville where she has been at the bedside of her mother Mrs Jack Kempcr who continues dangerously 111 Springfield Ky cor Louisville Post Misses Lorinda Pettus and Fannie Thompson who have been visiting Mis J F Pettus have returned to their borne at Lancaster Brodhead cur Mt Vernon Signal Miss Mae Robinson of Garrard ty Is visiting Miss Ella Dunn which throws the Young Mens Club out of a president for a few days The dance given Friday evening was one of the most delightful entertain ments of the season About sixteen couples were present and the evening was one of great enjoyment Mr William West Jr the excellent organist at the Christian church with the splendid choir certainly do well their part In dispensing the very best music It inspires tbe soul and has an elevating and a purifying influence Miss Lora Belle Minor ot Hamilton C With the Niece of Dr her famous Uncles Gre ailectioiisthat WIll Ue chIldren Syrup which has a record of 35 ears the of consumption catarrh and lungand I Miss visiting Winchester D Gulleys Lexington J P to IllS grandparents visit Knoxville R L i I PFtrThe 1 keep f UIk cure consumptive I t U rLr I cotin 8 I b College Lexlnglii A ill iinfn Tne liv t siwtul MM il MS wild l rj HUI M s ItfiM ilv Ilii son lUuville avenue Mr Cyrus Eason made a trip to county last week on business Mr and Mrs Pendleton Cox were yisitorn at Mr CyrusEasons Saturday Mrs Zick Smith and daughter Miss Mattie visited their friend Mrs Cyrus Eason last week Pictures of Mr and Mrs W H Wher ritt appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal a picture of Judge J lulls handsome residence in Sundays Issue of the same paper and pictures of Misses Mildred and Virginia little daughters of Mr and Mrs J A Beazley in Saturdays Times Mr T B Long the Ring of Land lords who had charge of The Garrard here now of Clinton Mo was with us this week and received a hearty by his host of friends We should like to have him return to this city but he will probably locate in Middles boro he has about succeeded a stock company to purchase the Mlddlesboro Hotel A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because aud constipation sapped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at McRoberts 25c 1m Pleasures are the commas used to punctuate lifes sad story It is better to have loved and wed than never to have loved at all I Thank The Lordi Cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured my running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suIT ered for 5 years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store 2lc 1m Dr Homer Anthony OSTEOPATH Gaines Hotel Office Hours 8 to 12 Ito4 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Nov 9 1905 RESOURCES Loans aBC discounts 13n2ir 55 Overdrafts secured unsecured U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc IJCO G- OBankinghouse furniture and fixtures Due from National Bunks not lie 15C07 fi3 Due from approved reserve auenCH 555SO OG Checks and other cash Items 7 IU Notes of other NationalBanks 1GT 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 107 C7 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IK SlANg vizSpecie J8JS58 00 Legaltender notes i779 00 UC37 00 Redemption fund with U S 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL 0920 41 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund Undivided profits less expenses and 5002 Cl National Bank notes outstanding 49400 00 Due to other National Banks 791 97 Due to State Banks and Bankers 2309 30 deposits subject to check 163413 r 5 TOTAL 2 uJ20 43 STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY OP as I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statemeut is true to best of my knowledge und CashierSubscribedday of November 190 S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest I Y LEAVELL WALKER Directors J S JOHNSON REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER RESOURCES Loans and discount IH8797 1C Overdrafts secured and unsecured 798 03u S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bond securities etc ndnxtures 7JXX 00 Due from State Banks and hankers m atDue from approved reserve agents 83 C55 Ci Checks and other cash items 90 o Notes of other National Banks 850 CO Fractional 233 50LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BASK viz Specie 625750 Legaltender notes Redemption Fund with U 8 Tress urer Sjtof circulation LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In J Undivided profits less expenses and taxespaid JJ197 24 00Dueto State BROkE uJ Bankers 35108 ndlvidual Bii f tn ho lr uwre Certified Total J S C DENNY Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that thestatement Is to best of my and belief Subseribed and sworn to before me this IGtn day of November 1905 W ORIBNKY Public A C ROBINSON E STORM KB f Ate B PDNHY i 42 h 00 M oo 00 25 00 111 j Mercer welcome Ky as Informing Indigestion have buildup drugstore fearful or THE and 2S99 5000 00 serve Age1it I Treasurer 50000 00 ioooo 00 GAR J J OFTJlE KY AT The Close of Business Nov 91905 27454 62 4500 00 10757 50 h 2500 Total 50000 10000 Due deposits 210 W2i7 fi TATEOP KENTUCKY CoUNTY OPGARRARDBS I knowledge s C Commission expires JNO I S B S t S I IiI C hemp taxes mild I abc Cashier February 20th 1906 Dfreetoi I a S pair beJt lilnck Hose for i cents at Wards 24 2o For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf Socks Gloves Ladies HoseNeedles Pins Thread c at Wards 24 2b The penalty will be put on all city taxes November 1 Rothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Ilaseldeu Robinson tf If your farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr Wanted to trade town property tot farm Address or see Hughes Swinebroad Children save your money and go Wards and buy nice thIngs for Christmas 24 2t Brick and sand for sale J W tf New Cottage and necessary good garden to Mrs Clara E Bettis Lancaster Ky Strayed From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole in right ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at 3 17 J W Hill New stock of watches and clocks at 69tf Thompsons See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal Call at Wards and see their nice line of decorated China for the Hal days It cant be beat and is not 24 2t Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of roses niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf I will pay 2ic per dozen in merchan die for nice fresh eggs W II Ward 24 2t Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 84tf W J Romans Ruberoid Roofing Robinson tf Tobacco Show I will give a ton of coal to the bringing me tne best live pounds of bright leaf Burley Tobacco by December 2ud on which day the All parties having claims against the estate of W A Wheeler decd will present the same before January 1st 1906 properly proven to the under signed administrators at Nina Ky or their attorney J M Rothwell Lan caster Ky This Nov 10 1905 John Wheeler Jiuck Simpson no10 3t Admrs One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel The leading florist Is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf A 2 horsepower Tread wheel good as particular see W B Burton Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin andiron roof inK also on all kind of rooting work lOCtf New lot of Sewing Machine needles also a new lot of pencils and tablets going cheap I P Thompson tf I am Watches jewelery c at cost If you want some bargains call on I P Thompson Powell r Co are selling 19 Ibs of granulated sugar for 81 cash and eggs at 22 cents Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two all necessary outbuildings Place con acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton For four room house on Lexington avenue at 8 33 per month stable Apply to Robinson I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest I P Thompson thejeweler tf Want A Gold Watch Free lke P Thompson the Jewltr will give a with every dollars worth number of these tickets will be given or gents Dont fail to get your ticketswhen buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make suits you best and where 1 san makeprices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere In 5 trade any I have for corn and Jay paying highest market of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and street J A Jones I a I Notice unpaid S D For Sale Improvements A pply McCreary tr 10 21tt expensive aseloen farmer Saturday competentNotice For Sale marketFor Sale closing out my stock of C D halls 2 porches has good cistern and RentA J F tI ofJanuarya handsome gold watch either beglad topartiesalways 15tt o iiess dfitais weeuey get 8 lady u I Commissioners iSalo ui Laud iAKKAUU LlKCim OtMlT William PHI vs Trustees of Colored School Dis tiicL No N Uarnuci county Kentucky LIfts By virtue or a judgment iu the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the court house door m the city ol Lancaster Garrard coun ty Kentucky sell to tile highest and oeat Lnucler the following described real property situated m GurrardUouu ty Kentucky on the waters of BacK aud uu use North side of the Lancaster aud Itlcluuoud Turnpike rniri Mfliuins lauds iif Hudson Sam Palmer and John Palm er and Smuts ou said turnpike and is the same pioperty now used for tile purpose ot conducting a public school m said district and is described by metes and bounds as follows Beginning at a stone on the North side of the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike road about 4 feet from the edge of the metal corner to Sam Palm er theuce along the North side of said pike North 08f W 3 16 challis to a stake on the North side of the pike a new dottier thence leaving the pike a new line North 20 East lCO chains to a stake a new corner thence another new line South 70 East 2 97 chains to a stake a new corner in line to Saul Palmer thence his line South 13 West 168 chains to the beginning containing one half acre and the same property conveyed to said School District by Step Conn and wife by deed date Oct 12 1894 and in Deed Book 12 page 338 Garrard County Clerks ollice and being in said deed as School District No 14 which is the same as School Dis Said property will he sold as a whole for the purpose of realizing the sum of 53 03 which is debt with in terest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Oct 31 1JOJ to date of sale and the further sum of SG945 costs of this action TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit ofG months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sufficient security for said purchase money to the undersigned Master bearing C per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be upon said property sold until the payment moneyJMaster Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Herndon and Attys for This November 3rd 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land GABBAUD CIBCUIT CounT James I Hamilton c PJlf vs George Allen c Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Cir cult Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the Court House door in tile city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the and best bidder Lime following real property ituated in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the West bank or at the West edge of a of Sugar Creek a corner to Israel man thence up said creek with the Thaddeus Norris line South 35 West G chains bouth 40 West 350 chains South 13 West 2 chains to a point iu middle of said creek corner to Williamson land now William Broad dus thence leaving the creek and with said Broaddus North 87 W 375 chains to stake in his line corner to Cyrus Dailey thence with North 4 East passing the division corner between Marian Marksbuy lot and the RichardPollard at G chains a point In a branch 925 chains to a stake on a hill side corner to Dailey and George Allen and in with Huffman N 84 E 813 chains to a stone corner to Huffman thence S 65 E 137 chains to the beginning containing six acres more or less The aforesaid boundary is the reported to this Court in this case by 0 T Wallace who has heretofore herein been ordered to survey said land and report same and has so done Said tract of land will be sold as a whole for the purpose of realizing a debt of the plaintiff amounts with its interest to day of sale to the sum of 55 60 together with the costs of this action which is the sum ap p oximatelvof 8650 And said sale will also be made sub ject to a lien of the defendant J S Johnson for 200 with interest thereon at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from January paidTERMS Said sale will be made on creditor cient surety for said money payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner bearing 6 per centinter est per annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Atty for Puff This November 3rd 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land GABBABD CIBCUIT COURT Robert Robinson c Pff vs Alexander J Robinson c Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the theAugustCircuit Court I will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the court house door In best bidder the following described real in GarrardCoun ty Kentucky in Use City of Lancaster in commonly known as Town and Is the land sold and January 1st 1880 by deed or record in land is bounded as follows with the line of same North 10 West it K e and the recorded mentioned trlct No N pay able Commissioner retained S Ninebroad plaintiff described boundary berequiredto mayIssue County LouAdams omceDeed thelane I I h zen reek Perry flu if flalie Duncan J U I iiiI1170 poles to a stake In the line of and corner to lot No 7 thence with the same South 10 East 11 7 poles to a stake in the line of the lane another corner to lot No 7 thence with tile line of the lane North 70J Kist 3 4 poles to the beginning containing one lessSaidthe of a division of tne proceeds among tne heirs of said George Ann Robinson and same will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and suffici ent surety for the purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commisioner G per annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money- J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner of Garrard Court 3rd 1905 W I Williams Atty for Puff Commissioners Sale of Land GAUBABD CIBCUIT COURT Mary J Hays c Flit vs Sam Johnson c Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the court house door m the city of Lancaster GarrardCouu ty Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following descrloed real property situated in Garrard Coot ty Kentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stakea black oak and marked as pollsters thence South 53 East 81 poles to a white oak corner W W Greer theuce with los line North 79 East 99 poles to a stout corner thence North 18 West 44 tithree young chestnuts thence 4 W 40 poles to a beech and sycamore sprouts thence N 15 E 45 poles to a stale cur ner to G A Courier thence N 72 W 9G poles to a white oakthence N 7HW49 poles to a stake to a knob on Harmons Lick Creek or where it will join W C Hoskins thence back with 1 1 osId us line to the beginning containing 125 acresFrom this is deducted the following boundary Beginning at a small black jack aud black pine marked as corner at the back line North of Harmons Lick Road and near a large gate thence Eastward with the meanders of a small drain that runs through the barn lot where Grantors now live and after passing out of said barn lot same line is to run with tne meanders of said drain to Harmons Lick Creek thence Southward with said back line to where it will join W C Iloskins thence running with Hoskins line to the back line or line of Grantors thence to the beginning containing in all 65 acres be the same more or less Said tract of land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds of with good and sufficient security for said purchase money pay able to the undersigned Master six per cent per annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity and lien will also be retained on the pro perty sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court This November 3rd 1905 R H Tomlinson Atty for Plff Duncan purpose per cent interest Circuit ThlR Nov e ual installments Commissioner Circuit fo DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe S 00 bottle contains 2K times the trial size which still for 50 cent TIrfSPL h 1 L LU hL ONLY AT THE LABORATORY o- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO 1 PREPARCO ILL 0001 Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R McROBERTS Lancaster K Ask for CQ3 193 No dangerous drugs or coctlon are taken into the stomach when Hyomci is used Breathed through the inhaler the balsamic of Hyomei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose and throat and thus kills the catarrhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane and gives complete and permanent cure Hyomei is the simplest most pleas ant and the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit 100 extra bottle 50 cents For sale by R E McRoberts 600 GIVEN AWA Christmas the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general pres ents of 100 5030 and 20 andSixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Ten nessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan Is fair and simple Write to the Courier Jourcaf Company Louisville Ky for acopy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent tree 2t alcoholic heal- Ing Presents forSubscribers to as For Late The heal varieties ol second crop and Northern sorts Cook Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY heals Burns and Cuts Without leaving ugly scars A Louisville Chemist has succeeded in aremedy which will be greatly appreciated by every mother and owing to the peculiar and quick manner in which it heals turns cuts and bruises This new product is First Aid to the Injured When applied to a burn the stops in from one to two minutes and the wound heals without ugly blemishes and scars When applied to a cut it stops the bleeding very and heals the tIe bottom without drying and scabbing The principle of is It goes to the interior cells soothing and nourishing the injured nerves Many persons go through figured with ugly scars fron bums and cuts The conditions howeve have been since Paracamph i Furnished to tile public at a reason able new remedy is a house and mothers wilt find it useful than vaseline witch hazel arnica old salves and liniments family should keep Paracamph in tht home all the Druggists all over till country are putting in stock your not handle it ask him to get it for If however lit wont this order direct from the mann lcturers Faracastiph is sold only in 22c Hc and 100 bottles Manufactured by Company Louisville Ky CCJ EStormes DiWearen Insurance Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel WHO FILLS YOUR This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Plwsioms Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very be t Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc x oooooooo xxx Howes Toricoid LASSES SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky I PlmlOO valuable J housekeeper contact holdnecessity Ever lhe Paracaniph I Agent I possible COOCOOC I II 2 I I I I i I I W8FI8H you I laracanil Jesse PRESCRIPTIONSII c PailltLickKy I QUICKLY CURED BY There is no case on a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and lungsFoleys Tar has stages will always give comfort and relief Foleys Honey and Tar gives to sufferers as it relieves the difficult at once cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparationContains no opiates Cured of Terrible Cough en Lungs N Jackson of Danville Ill writes My daughter had a severe La Grippe and a terrible cough jn her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Honey and Tar cured me of Consumption after 1 had suffered two and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung Trou ble Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Tnree 50c SI 00 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the SI 00 bottle six times as much SOLD AND RECOMFtlEBDED BY For sale by CC TE Stoimts That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Millinery If 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