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SIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER THE CE Tp A T1rW 11 O ji 1TDrIg I I JiJL f11 I lsl0 XrJlIBL13 a- i 33 MORE Let me warm your house with a You can have every room warm for the same amount of coal you are useing in 1 or 2 grates See write or phoneme for and PLUMBING Who will the Sideboard marked down 500 per day until first offer at Price Today as below gets board on in our window Cheap at 3500 I LESS I Coal Dirt Ashes Etc I Ii I Iprices IIHAS DEID i Roofing Glittering I w royget I I I HEATS Smoke FURNACE exhibition I 00 ro- r 0 3OO ai 0- nal zraa 31 50- x100 J 2SWS I nx 50 r0 too 2050 00 20 2c i50 00 50 2 O 00 25 21tO2a 3S 21 50 21 I Hamilton Dunlap Successors toJA Beazley Co R Undertaker J E J Beazley 4rterial 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 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best I Salesman E C BOPdSi WmIIernrtou G Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS tAfCOcc ccu ooo1I t I USE l r leastWear I R u ari MST leossuuasaisasccrosuaaxsesr ax- d l Lancaster v r g li Dentist I Office over Thompons store Danville st r H F Hillenmeyer Sons Blue Brass teems if Lexington Kentucky f 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 J t f Local Notes Thanksgiving Thanks without liquor Thanks without hypocrisy Real honest earnest thanks Thanks for food and raiment Above all thanks for God the Sav ior and their love and grace If you have malice in your heart you need not give thanks for it will do you no good Miss Lena Bright will serve splendid ineahduring cuurtat her residence on Water street at cents The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs G T Farris next Saturday afternoon If we have health and if we love and are loved we have more reason to be thankful than some millionaires have Eld F M Tinder will begin a series of night meetings at White Oak School house next Monday evening at seven oclock The Thanksgiving sermon will be preached at the Presbyterian church on Thursday 30 at 11 oclock a m by Rev B M Nelson There was a large congregation at the Methodist church last Sunday morning Fine attention and splen did interest Profs Ireland and Grinstead with their teachers will visit Lancaster and address the High School on Friday December 8 Prof Mannix Invles the public to meet them Elkin will have her sale of decorated china at J M Logans store on December 8th and 9th See her work before you make all your Christmas purchases The third Sunday in December the Junior League of the Methodist church will have charge of the even ing service It will be a Wesleyan ser vice Come and hear the children The Hth of December Rev B M Nelson will deliver a lecture at the Methodist church subject The Suu ny Side of Life For the benefit of the church Admission luc and 25c For Rent or Sale The Splendid storeroom now ed by Joseph Mercantile Company ad joining National Bank One of the best places for business in the city Apply to IIughes and Swinebroad Next Sunday will be C W B M day at the Christian church when a liberal contribution should be made Prof H Derthick a gifted and thrilling speaker will preach forenoon and night We still have a run on advertise ments which are more interesting than our reading matter would be in the same space Beside this Capt White was ill awhile and we couldnt use all our copy At the corn show at Mount and Elkins store on Monday Victor Lear was awarded first prize Joe Biggin botham second and Malcom Tillett third There were 29 entries and it was a fine display Repair Shop- I have opened a harness shcp at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am prepared to do the best work in repair ing or making harness I have had 14 years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Jennings Final Notice to TaxPayers I wish to give the taxpavers 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 pay at once and save cost and penalty W L Lawson S G C The Christian Endeavor and the Missionary Society of the Presbyteri an church will have a bazaar of fancy articles and home made candies at the W C T U rooms beginning at two oclock Saturday afternoon Those who are to contribute please bring ear iy Saturday morning Every body in sited A Sad Death Mr Craig Gooch age 28 years died at his home near Gilberts Creek last Saturday of typhoid fever The re mains we buried at Goshen church cemetery on Sunday He was a model man possessed of many noble traits of character and belonged to a large and inlluential family He was a member of the Christian church and leaves a wife and three children to mourn his untimely departure A 60 acre farm i miles South of Bryantsvllle and on Lancaster and Nicholasville pike Land is in high state of cultivation with a modern seven room cottage and With all outbuildings Also good cabin near the house I will offer this at a bargain with terms to suit perchaser This property must be seen to be For further particulars ca or address G T Jenkins 1124 tf Bryantsville K Thanks 5 Miss Sallie occnp i Dee 18t B December I For Sale necessary Ion 1 I S Strayed or Stolen A black mare about 15 hands high large right hind ankle and gray i side I will bo thankful for infor matlon leading to her recoveryDavid Members of the Baptist church at Lancaster will please remember that our Monthly Conference will convene next Saturday afternoon at 230 Let all who read come and whosoever will let him come C S Ellis The Best News The publicwill be highly gratified to learn that a telegram from Editor Landram announces that he will arrive home this Wednesday afternoon We hope that he has fully recovered his health and that he will continue in his brilliant and useful career for many years Preaching at the Methodist church every first third and fourth Sunday of each month both morning and Sunday School every Sunday 9 30 a m D D Giger Superintendent Junior League Sunday afternoon 3 p m prayer meeting every Tuesday eve fling You are respectfully invited to attend these services B M Nelson Pastor The Lancaster Social Club met at usual time and place last Friday night It was one of the merriest events so far of the season A large crowd was present and so thoroughly enjoyed by everyone that it will be long Several German figures led by Billy West were tried and successfully gone through The boys are running the Club by rules and regulations of the highest and best type and intend to show no discrimination regarding same No one will be admitted ticket I O O F The Odd Fellows will have an open session at the Christian Church on Sunday evening December 10 at seven oclock Eld F M Tinder will address the meeting This 1s one of the oldest and best orders in existence and it has done much to alleviate the of mankind by caring for the sick providing for the widow and the in many ways even to the of giving them homes and the orphans It is one of the most powerful church auxiliaries in charity and conforming to many scriptural injunctions County Court An average crowd was in town Mon day and business was fairly brisk Master Commissioner J M Rothwell made the following sales A house and lot in Duncan town to J E Robinson at 102 50 colored schoolhouse near Point Leavel for 122 some land on Harmons Lick subject to a life estate 50 Sheriff Lawson sold that part of the tents machinery c which to the Street Fair company and which were attached for debt some time ago to a colored man from Nicholasville for 200 Capt Am Bourne reported 25 mules sold at 100 to 175 ten plug horses at 30 to 80 and 2 milk cows at 30 each Good and rrue It will be gratifying to the public generally to know that a few of our public spirited and enterprising men are about to consummate by which a splendid hotel will be erected on the ruins of The Garrard and MrT B Long will be the landlord againEverybody knows how gcod hotel facilities help a town and how a spirit of enterprise seized people when the Garrard was built and the bad effect on business resulting from the fire In view of the fact that such an enter prise will help the entire community it can be safely asserted that its promoters will be benefited by enhancing the value of their own and that the people will regard them as public benefactors It is hoped that the plans will materialize in the near future A Boys Essay on Girls A young lad has written the follow ing essay on Girls The girls are the sisters of boys an has long hare wares dresses an powder The furst girl was called Christmas Eve though I nevir cud see why Most every fam ily has a girl an some of em that is in hard luck has two or three We have a girl in ourn who is my sister Girls can grow older an get younger My sister has been twentyfive for three yens an some day we may be twins Girls plays planners an talk about eche other Fat girls want tu be thin an thin girls want tu be fat an all em wants tu marry doods Why the Lord made girls nobody nos but I think it were to go to chinch an to ete ice cream They is three kinds uv girlsbrunet girls blond girls an them that has money Girls is afraid uv mice an bugs which makes it fun to put them down their baks In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of fadd ism to another when if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regu lar with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at R E Mc Roberts drug store guaranteed 1m q S hairs- o Notice remembered without orphan belonged arrangements property sIn- cerely uv r evening sufferings extent educating dispensing THE NEW YORK COMMERCIAL To Exploit Kentuckys Magnificent Resources The recent Fourth State Develop ment Convention held in Louisville last month has been the means of to Kentucky a greater inter est than has been shown in years past by monied men all over the country A remarkable development is now on in eastern and southeastern por tions of tine state and never before has such splendid opportunities been pre sented to capitalists for safe and profi table investments all over Kentucky as at the present time So wide has been the interest shown in Kentuckys future the New York Commercial the leading daily trade Journal of the Metropolis has decided to issue an devoted exclusively to Kentucky and her wonderful resources A staff representative of I his paper has just visited Lancaster and he informs the Record that the resources of Garrard county will be fully presented in the forthcoming edition We believe an era of greater development along in dustrial lines is now commencing all over the state and that in a tow years Kentucky will rank with any of time great states of the Union in manufac tories and the varied industries that go to make this the greatest country in the world As above stated and Garrard county expect to be in the push doing their part and receiving their reward along with the rest in this great work Circuit Court The November term convened last Monday fudge W C Bell presiding All the court ollicials had their work in shape and were ready to do their part in turning the wheels of justice tile Judges charge to the Grand jury was learned and comprehensive the different classes of offenses and the manner in which the jury should proceed in taking evidence and conducting their investigations Mon day was devoted to organizing juries and naming days for the hearing of civil actions The Grand jury con silts of the following gentlemen Wade Walker For John E Anderson attracting edition Lancaster going giving Wm Royston A B Brown Jr J G Burnside G F Brown W E Ruble T M Johnson Jonn Forbes C M Jenkins John Sanders S L Gibbs The following compose the Petit jury J R Henry Wm Bland G T Ballard J W mil Milt Poor Jack Bourne Frank Bourne Roy Arnold Curtis Pierce J N Teater Wm Sutton B F Secrest T B Robinson G T Farris Hill T M Arnold Jr J J Poor C M Ruble Tina Ford M D Hughes R II Ballard J B Collier Dave Sanders E F Pierre T 0 On Tuesday Ed White colored was fined 50 for Breach of the Peace Rice Woods 100 and 50 days in jail for the same offense Clarence Carson 350 and 20 days for disturbing Religious The tobacco show at my office will be postponed until Dec 23 at 2 oclock on account of the dry fall The has not been in case enough to be handled but on the above date all who desire to put their tobacco before the public will be on hands with their samples J A Jones Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educated many young men and women for usefulness independence and Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Teleg raphy taught by experienced teachers Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fine salaries Recognized as the cheapest best and highest honored business college This session 500 students from 20 states have attended Students can begin at any time and receive individual iustruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main street or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky A New and Brilliant Stay in the Musi cal Firmament Wells Band appears to have shot up into mnsical firmament with dazzling brilliancy and shines as a star of first magnitude Not a musical critic on the present tour thus far but has as cribed it a first place among American bands and European bands also as they have been heard in this country since the Peace Jubilee of 1872 Unusual things are said of the Wells Band concerts the vivid lealism with which they are given their thrilling temperament and uncompromising fidelity to masterly exactitude Our own public will have an to hear this new musical sensa tion on Thursday Dec 7 at the Dan ville Opera House in a programme that will put the organization on its A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of PlIes I can truthfully say writes Harry Colson of Masonville la that for Blind Bleeding Itching Protruding Piles Bucklins Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at R EJMcRoberts drug gist 1m worship Notice I thegreatestsuccess mettle tobacco opportunity and Gossip About People v N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are interested In R II Batson was in Lexington Fri dayLouis Burnside was in Cincinnati TuesdayMiss Henderson has been with Senator George Farris was in Stan ford a few days Charley Ball of Corbin has been visiting his mother Miss Lillie Noel of Danville has been here for a few davs Miss Amanda Anderson is in visiting friends Hiss Hattie Jones of London is vis iting friends friends here Mrs Willliam Watkins entertained a few friends Thanksgiving Mrs Theo Currey is in Stanford with her sister Mrs W A Carson Miss Alice Maddox of Eminence is the guest of Miss Allie Arnold Miss Cynthia Ball of Corbin has been time guest of Miss Ellen Ball Mr W B Burton has gone to Atlanta with a car load of mules and horses Miss LCIIKI Fields of Jellico has been the guest of Mise Mary Gaines Mrs Susie Best of Lincoln has been visiting her sister Mrs George Farris Mr and Mrs George Vermillion of Danville visited friends here Monday A M Shely of Chicago is here to take charge of the new hemp machine Mesdames Susie Best and George have been visiting relatives in Buck eyeMr James W Barlow a revenue has been with Judge R A Burn sideMr Harry Aldndge and wife of Stanford spent Monday here with Miss Annie Cochran of Paint Lick is visiting Mrs A II Bastin Lexington avenueW West McClelland Johnston and W B Burton were in Middlesboro the past week Mrs Jack Adams has been visiting her daughter Miss Callie Adams of RichmondMrs Walker and children have returned from a visit to relatives Judge and Mrs W C Bell are being entertained by Dr and Mrs J A Amon during court Miss Louise Farris left Tuesday for Jellico Tenn to visit her sister Mrs Elbert Smith Misses Florence Harris Katie Simp SOn and Dave Walker were in Danville the past week A pretty picture of little Miss Mar tha Ward Sweeney was in Saturdayss Courier Journal Mr E C McWhorter and daughter Miss Stella of Paint Lick were here Monday A cunning picture of Master Ben Hudson Fnsbie appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville has been with her parents Squire and Mrs W II Kinnaird The dance given by the young men at the hall Friday evening was the most enjoyable of the season Mr Bright Herring who has been in disposed for several days is confined to his room with malarial fever Miss Bertha Burnside left Tuesday for Howard Ohio to spend the winter with her aunt Mss C K McGugin Mr and Mrs J B Askew and son Rouse of Lafayette Ala have been visiting the family of Rev Ellis Mrs G D Wearen and Geo H Farris and wife of Stanford will spend Thursday with Mr and Mrs Jesse D WearenThe members of the Graded School charmingly entertained the Seniors Wednesday evening at the CollegeRandolph Harris and little daugh ter Katharine of Lancaster were visitors of Mr E W Harris and family Sunday Bryantsville cor Danville News Miss Jennie Bnrnside has just return ed from a pleasant visit to friends in Lancaster and Kirksville Miss Bessie Mae Lear is in Stanford the guest of Miss Bessie Yantis and will visit Miss Sadie Baughman of Hustonville before returning home Misses Annell Tomlinson Mayme Bastin and Bettie West of Campbell Hagerman College Lexington will spend Thanksgiving with their home folks Mrs Mollie Miller and Mrs Evan Car son of Oklahoma and Miss Mollie Brooks and Mrs Gover of Crab Or chard visited Mr and Mrs W A Beaz ley last week Mr Adolph Joseph has accepted a po sition in the large establishment of Mandel Bros Chicago He is highly competent and worthy and career will be a successful one 11 Mrs E C GaInes Fal- mouth relatives visitors C S Farris agent in- N its Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co REDUCTION As we are going to move to the Pos tie corner as soon as possible we will ssll our stock of goods at great ly reduced prices Ye nave l full line of Dry Goods Shoes Cloaks and Furswh- ich we will sell cheap to keep from moving them Now is the time to get a bargain THE K IT Co Our prices on American c E will interest you ELKIN FROM I r bt4 I Yot f SALEI ti I Josaph Mercantile L 1 tmt Ik I 4 t1i IrJ I I I MOUNT I I r f I JOHNNIE GET YOUR u I I p j s I E i j l a n d iiROBINSON J 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 J Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt J Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON I Tin Shop- S We invite to inquire for prices on 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 C Fish Vice Prest V G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED D 4t 1 1V 4Pd k A Jtrf6 WANTED i I I I A1Jl1V tIJ1LiWwftJV 1JWJIII S u i Roofing I i I W I II t f sCornrx attention L IiIIiIIr11 11111111r111111 nrlllnrnrnlllrllrllrllr illllrnrnrmllrl lit P1 y P PEPaLP Pi P I jLIIIIIIUl1U1l4IUU11U11J11 JllllllllJllJl1111111111J11l11J11111l11lI Statmt condition June 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 73489 10 Overdrafts 351 HO Due from Inn krf 12213 17 Banking House and Lot IWO 00 Mortgages 10587 00 Cash M92 13 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 103033 CO LIABILITES Capital Stock 533334 Individual Deposits 830U 20- f103KB 00 IGOOO 00 I CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 1C7rmsISI COY RGGUYN J B WOODS R L BURROWS E L WOODS ARNOLD- J S w C FISIr JOur Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance FALL MILLINERY II u IJ IJ U Utll c My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I I To u are cordially invited BJOpDHS IF YOU WANT AN OLD HICKORY WAGONNow is the time to get it We are offering special bargains on all kinds of Wagons Buggies Surries PHAETONS ETC To reduce our stock for winter Call and see us ROMANS ELMORE prices mI EEJItJItIE I I I s I I I lt1l lX r em os ooooomoa ooooo 1 CENTRAL RECORD lertiirtl Hlti 00 I LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Mali Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Sy all And wire Second Ctass Lancaster Ky December i 1906 The object in setting apart a day for thanksgiving manifest in every and enlightened nation It is not observed among barbarians where the physical desires govern every act where riot and bloodshed reign and where a feeling of gratitude is un known With us it is but an expres sion of thanks to God for the blessings the rich harvests and the great prosperity which we enjoy This feeling of gratitude should be mani fested in a manner consistent with the culture of the beneficiary and the good ness and dignity of the benefactor Viewed in this light our of thanksgiving should not be characterized by intemperance in and drinking nor by wearing the long face of the hypocrite or the Phar isee but rather by a cheerful earnest expression of thanks similar to that which we feel toward a friend or a relative gift Follow this rule attend church and you will re alize the fact that you have done your duty The Interior Journal ridicules the estimate made by the Record to the effect that the democratic legislative caucus would 63 Paynter 43 but the Editor fails to take our bets With the masses is a more powerful argument than reason Wait for the results The entrance of Haldeman in the race complicates matters somewhat but we are still banking on Blackburn the orator and statesman Representativeelect Munnell Wil son has agreed for 300 to walk all the way from Madisonvillelto Frank fort for the opening of the Legisla ture This is wise in him He makes a neat sum of money proves to the world that he has no Railroad pass and returns to the old time customs when statesmen were not ashamed to wale Simple Remedy For Catarrh Just Breathe Hyomei Four Time a Day and Be Cured If a few years ago someone had said you can cure catarrh by breathing air charge with a healing balsam the idea would have been ridiculed and it remained for that emlment investiga tor R T Booth to discover In Hyomei this method of cure Hyomei has performed almost mir aculous cures of catarrh and is today recognized by leading members of the medical prof cssion as the only adyer tised remedy that can be relied upon to do just what it claims Tile complete outfit of Ilyomei costs 100 and con sists of an inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei Breathe Hyomei through the inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and It will cure the worst case of catarrh Itsoothes and heals the mucous mem brane of the air passages prevents irritation and effects a complete and lasting cure In Lancaster there are scores of well known people have been cured of by Hyomei If it does not cure you R E McRoberts will return the money you pay for Hyomei This is the strongest evidence that can be offered a to his faith in the remedy Dont meet trouble half way Dont waste bear shot on snowbirds Dont give advice to a starving man Feed him first Dont be a good fellow at the of your family Dont expect to be truly happy with out making others happy GOOD for OLD and YOUNG I bounteous open for a i J standBlackburn ridicule S catarrh civilized observance eating i i expanse August Flower keeps eWWren healthy anfstrong Pull of vigor and frolic the whole long So when Mamma needs more they Jp high glee to the druggist Please give it IB Inability to get up brisk and fresh la a stomach bad in adults and children a old remedy for all stomach 250 and 750 All druggists For Mle by ft E IVcRoberU II me t pallormuddyand too They also indicate the urgent neeu regularlyindigestiondyspepsia a and mind tt two sizes I tl the Its F lAUNT JANES I TURKEYS By WRIGHT A PATTERSON N OLD woman like mo dont have many real pleasures said Aunt Jane Hamilton to Ma tilda Crawford one of her neighbors I could count my annual on one finger on pleasures one hand and now for this year that Is hone Why goodness gracious Aunt Jane What do you mean and Ma tilda looked the genuine sorrow which in her neighborly heart she felt- I mean that the Lord saw fit to take from me my last turkey last night and now I cant have the lIam ilton family to the regular dinner Mighty little Ill liavo to be thankful for this year and all my invitations out too Now Ive to go in and write letters to tell them ell not to come Aunt Jane Hamiltons Thanksgiving dinner had been the wonder of Phil ipsburg for many a year She was a widow whose husband had paid the penalty of his devotion to his country at Gettysburg Before his marriag John Hamilton had built a big roomy home for his bride about half a mile from Philipsburg and that was all that was left her when the bullet ended his life Here she had lived ever since eking out a living from the poultry she raised and the small pension paid her quarterly by the gov ernmentAunt Jane lad never been blessed with children but both herself John had been members of large fam ilies It was to all of these brothers and sisters and to their families that Aunt Janes invitations to Thanksgiv ing dinner went each year Annually they came trooping into Ihilipsburs for the family reunion and feast the big house from cellar to gar ret and overflowing to the village So it was that these thanks giving dinners were looked forward to not by Aunt Jane alone but by the whole village of Philipsburg As Aunt Jane sat at her diningroom table preparing the 28 letters that were to stop the coming of the rela tives Matilda Crawford was passing from house to house telling of the death of the last turkey and of the blighting of Aunt Janes pleasures The next days mail took away the 28 sorrowful little notes all reading very much alike and all telling the rea son for the canceling of the annual din nerThanksgiving day was but one week ort when those notes were mailed and on that same evening half a dozen of the worthy matrons of the village were talking the situation oyer at Matilda Crawfords home Its a shame If the people of this town let Aunt Jane Hamilton be disao go I an fill- Ing Thanksgiving 1 hostelry PREPARING THE LETTERS pointed at not having her family din ner just for the lack of a few tur keys said Susan Peters There aint anybody in this town that she hasnt done something for at some time and now they might help her Im going to send her one of my turkeys for Thanksgiving so there The result of that little gathering was that the next day six prime tur keys were delivered at Aunt Janes door by six different boys coming from six different families Whatever will I do now cried Aunt Jane as the sixth turkey was Deposited at her back door If r only hadnt sent out those letters yesterday J could haye my dinner Just the same know I serer get another let written and off In time for all of them to get Here Jt makes me almost cry to think about it By Saturday others in the town hal heard of the six turkeys that were sent to Aunt Jane and they followed the example set them Even the genial host of the village inn a nice fat hen he had bought for his own use In the meantime that host of rela IJves who had grown look upon the visit to Aunt as a tobemissed pleasure taking Her Walter was a prosperous lawyer in New York city who for 20 years had never missed one of these family reunions He receivl Aunt Janes sorrowful note on Saturday and took immediate Action His first move was to get into communication with a farmer ho knew raised turkeys for market awl Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Harper Wash had a bitterbattle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Elec tric Bitters I unhesitatingly rtcom mend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do the same for you by R E Me J cant to flnnu 1 Janes not chop HOffmanof I Trythem contributed were profher Iq Hamilton a order fire of his largst birds to b ecru I Ia Jane iajUa iliiLp burg by express Then he set the instruments to clicking and tills is what they said to the 27 other fam ides who had received notes like h s wnDisregard Aunt Janes note Din ner there as usual Send a turkey Walter Hamilton Monday afternoon the results of that telegram began to be noticeable Throe turkeyr came in on the train of which two were alive The next morning the five from Walter arrived all nicelY dressed and on the same train came two others from bis son Walter Jr who had not known of the fact that his father was sending five The drayman undertook the task of delivering all of them at Aunt lanes door and he made regular trips there alter the arrival of each of the two daily trains up to Wednesday morn ingAnd it was not until Wednesday morning that Aunt Jane really knew what the deluge of turkeys really meant As the drayman delivered bU load following the arrival of the morn ins train Aunt Jane attempted to take stock of the turkeys on hand and fig ure out if possible what she could do with them Fortythree turkeys 20 of them alive and 14 dead and no one to eat the dead ones she was saying when there came a knock at the front door Before she could get her apron oft and get to the door it was pushed I village telegraph FORTVTIIRIiE TURKEYS open and in came her sister Mary and her three children Mercy on us Why did you come exclaimed Aunt Jane To pat Thanksgiving dinner with you they said in chorus But didnt you get my note telling you the turkeys had all died And didnt you get our turkey Theu explanations were in order and after they were made the whole story was out And tomorrows Thanksgiving Mary youve just got to help me I havent got a blessed thing done for that dinner Here Ive been setting wondering about all these turkeys when I just might have known what it all meant And Mary did help and so did the children and so did others who came in on the afternoon train and when the turkeys were placed on the long diniugroom table the next day thera were gathered around the table tho largest number of Aunt Janes the old home had seen in many a yearIf good Lordll forgive me for doubting His wisdom in taking away my turkeys Ill never doubt Him again said Aunt Jane at the dinner table for I never had so much to be thankful for on any Thanksgiving day before and Ive been able to make others happy by sending Thanksgiving dinners to the poor families of Phil ipsburgNever a Thanksgiving day has passed at Philipsburg since but what the turkeys for Aunt Janes family dinner have come in to her from tho families that gather about her bog pitable board once each year HEARD IN THE BARNYARD I I relatives I will admit that he is dressed to kill It was the old hen turken who spqko these words in her to her progeny who were crying envy at beholding the gay plumage pf the peacock put a few days my children well all be killed to dress With a low chuckle the listening zephyr frisked for an instant around corner of the barn and then scampered away to shake the yellow pollen the ragweeds Torture of a Preachar The story of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore of HarpersvilleN Y will interest yon He says I suffered agonies because of a cough resulting from the I had to sleep sitting up in bed 1 tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely my cough and saved me from consumption A grand cure for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At McRob erts druggist price SOC and 100 guar bottle free Ira I I u In from I R E I efforts with the pastor otthe Baptist church d Window ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength X t Paint Oils I III Glass I f IIIIX 1 u 4t t avdIu1y McRohcrt Drug OOOO LEWIS Y PresidentE LEA YELL ORGANIZED I883 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KV CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioo o B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bonkkeepfir Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold C I b a5 i Portland and Black Diamond Cement II 1111Lime and Window Glasso S Stones DrugIII Paint Store II NOTICE REF IP IJJ IflJjq 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 iIifU na i J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with BusUn Telephone Co can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7anyone p I The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1000 A R DENNY Pr ident JOHN E STORMES Vice Prett S C DENNY 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 Kinnaird OpeninGWe will have our Holiday Opening on Saturday December 2 Every body invited Frisbies Drug Store I493 2 to C 2 o Q f- o 0 2 io 0- o i 2 HOliDAY GOODS I I Ii m oo OOOOOOOOOO JOOOOO0o0oVOO00o 0000000000 O 1 c 0 d 0 F e 0 s Oomooooooo 00000000000000ooooocooooomo D D D 3 D z3- l 0 p I r 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 Furnishing at Manufacturers COST for GrtSH Only I 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 FlorsMm 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 a rM H 1 I o tr i tI Shoes Hats and Goods I f 3- f i MOV ti 1 i b Buell Bootees 5oo and 600 grades for X425Our HONEST MIKE Let me say to you people that want a first class heavy boot for every day wear there is none on the market that will equal our Hon 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 1 85 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 afford 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 began Saturday November 25 1905 Remember the date and come early and get first choice In conclusion I desire 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 I have always done in the past to give you high grade merchandise at the very lowest prices 1 if j i nr 1 I A RECOVERED THANKSGIVING By BERTHA BUSH UT Uncle John I didnt have any Thanksgiving And now its all gone VJ by I feel dreadfully If I live to be ever so old I cant make up for this Thanksgiving- The little voice was very doleful and the hot little hand that clung to his very small ani soft The young man longed to com fort this small neighbor of his who was dearer than the little nieces from whom she had caught this way of ad dressing him Perhaps that was be cause her face against the pillow looked so much like that other fact that was the loveliest in the world to him But how could he be a com orter when he was in need of com fort himself Its too bad Maisie but you arent the only one who has had hard times he said I didnt have any Thanks giving either and I dont feel as f I should ever have one again Maisies brown eyes opened wide Why Uncle John you went to the dinner Mamma said so And you E I r F f i t ti A DEAR GOVERNOR turkey and cranberries and icu cream and oranges I would have too if I had not been sick Mamma was going to stay at home with me but Aunt Ruth said she to so mamma went Wasnt that funny I dont see how Aunt Ruth could have wanted to stay at home I wanted to go dreadfully I pretty near cried Sc did I said the young man un der Liz breath Maisie went on You see this was going to be such a lovely Thanksgiving and I had planned about it so long I havent ever been invited to a big folks Thanksgiving dinner before and all the people I liked best were going to be there you and Aunt Huth anl mamma and papa and the rest And Mrs Smith has such lovely dinners everybody says And 1 like turkey best of anything It seems as If I just couldnt stand it I had counted the days ever since there were a I guess Uncle John why didnt you have a Thanksgiving Couldnt you eat any dinner Did you have a stomach ache too No said Uncle I had a dif ferent kind of an ache What kind of an ache persisted MaisieA heartache answered Uncle John My Thanksgiving wasnt there Then hegrewashamed of his confidence It takes more than a dinner to make Thanksgiving for grown people be said lightly Maisie called a soft voice from the hall Its Aunt Ruth cried Maisie starting up In delight But with Just pie glance at the taU figure hundred But John beside bad gone anted 1 Y Maisies sofa Aunt Ruth fled un stairsIsnt It funny mused Maisi Aunt Ruth used to just like to be where you were and now she wont come at all Every time she sees you seems as if she ran away I dont like it I dont like It either said the young man in such a strange tons that Maisio looked at him curiously Well I suppose Id better go now What would you like to have me bring you the next time I come Another Thanksgiving day Thats what I want most said Maisie with a wistful smile Uncle who makes Thanksgiving dayThe governor I suppose answered Uncle John He issues a proclama tion every year Oh then cried Maisie I know what I want you to do Write to the governor and ask him to make Thanksgiving day for you and me wont you Uncle Tom I think It would be better for you to write it yourself answered Uncle John and lIe brought her pencil and paper and sat by her to help spell the words until the following bona fide letter was produced in very crooked printingDear Please can we have an other Thanksgiving day and have it next week I was sick and could not eat any turkey or any good things I aint very big but I like turkey Pease let us have it Your friend MA 131 K Z Then he put the letter into an en velope and showed Maisie how to Ji rect it But Uncle John I forgot to say anything about you said Maisie Oh well answered Uncle John hastily I wouldnt have you say about me on any account our secret Maisie You will keep II wont you and not tell anybody Yes answered Maisie I wont tell anybody But alas Uncle John should have been more careful in specifying what particular point should be kept a secret Maisie thought only of the letter and when Aunt Ruth came down as soon as the tall figure was well out of sight she proceeded to Iveep the secret after the fashion of little girls Uncle John and I have a secret Aunt Ruth she said Aunt Ruth flushed prettily She always got rod cheeks somehow when Ucnle Johns name was mentioned But she held her head up proudly- I dont want to know it she said You mustnt tell secrets Maisie Oh no answered Maisie I wouldnt tell a secret Its about Thanksgiving I didnt have any you know and Uncle John says he didnt have any either Why not asked Aunt Ruth with her eyes on the floor- I dont know said Maisie I asked him if he had a stomachache and ile said no it was a heartache- Oh said Aunt Ruth softly You might have asked him if he didnt think other people had heartaches loo You might have asked him why What else did he say Maisie Not much answered Maisie cun ningly keeping her secret HesaiJ he didnt feel as if he ever would have a Thanksgiving again He said ia almost cried Wasnt that funny for a big grownup man Very funny assented Aunt Ruth and sue must have meant it for her tone sounded a great deal happier Then she was perfectly lovely to Maisie for the rest of the afternoon When papa came home from tows a or two later he had a queer look oil his face and a very large and peculiarly shaped express bundle ID his arms What In the world he said to Maisies mamma as he exhibited it her along with a large official lette stamped with the governors seal and addressed to Maisie And an swered I cant imagine Im afraid to give It to her Then Maisie who had almost re covered came running up Des MoInes she spelled Why mamma thats where I sent my letter to the governor This must be the answer Sure enough wben tno letter 4 John t mamma suddenly another anything That day s Vlr package were ttioj tfire found Ib contain tho lurrey then little town hal e 5ecFi and thd rcilo iit tr iiisuiiai iraul ILo luil goverr J Having been Informed that MalsIcZ of L was 111 on the 2Sth of November and was thereby prevented from joining in the festivities Incident to Thanksgiving lay I therefore recommend that at a con content hour on Monday 1901 Mr and Mrs Z together with their family and such young friends as Maisie may choose to Invite assemble In the fam fly diningroom and there with thankful hearts for country home and the blessed Influence of children partake of such bounties as are usually served In Christian America on the day appointed for national thunksglvng and that specal attention shall be given that Maisie shall be supplied with that portion of the bird and such other delicacies most ongenlal to her L M SHAW Governor of Iowa Signed at Des Moines la this 6th day of December 1901 It was a most delightful Thanks giving Maisie and Uncle John both agreed on that point For the turkey was delicious and Maisie was deemed sufficiently well to have a bountiful supply as the good governor hart recommended and Aunt Ruth was there in her prettiest dress as smil ing and gracious as though she had never held aloof And Maisie chose the turkeys wishbone and when it had dried for an hour or two sue brought it to Uncle John Wish with me Uncle John she said Uncle John took of the I t 9 bountifully opened big national hold I HAVE EVERYTHING I WANT TOO end and glanced at Aunt Ruth She must have understood his look for she came softly toward him with cheeks as pink as her ribbons Oh cried Maisie as it snapped I have the longest end and I didnt want to get it I have everything I want this Thanksgiving I meant you to get your wish Uncle John I havo everything that 1 want answered Uncle John softly as ho looked at Aunt Ruth This has been the best Thanksgiving I ever had III my life TURKEY GIBLETS The Seasons Travesty Mrs Is It my poor man you have no Thanksgiving din tier this year Tattered follered yer advice mum I wuz good dis year an didnt do nothin to git committed to de is Realism liked your Thanksgiving jokes Mr Scribbs but you didnt get them in early enough Mr Scribbs Well thats it you see I cant make em unless Im full of and cranberry sauce NEITHER SORT OF A BIRD DorcasHow TomI landJudge EditorI turkey ton Im very thankful Im not a simpered Miss Elder as Mrs Smalls boarders gathered around the tableAnd no one ever takes you for a spring replied Miss Flypp A Hard Choice Jimmy Wot yer cryln fer Johnny wanter go ter de foot ball game Jinuny Wy dont yer sneak away an see it afraid all de turkeyl be eat up by de time I git back On Thanksgiving Day Mrs OToole Arrah Pat an hov yez fed te goat today Mr OToole Thot Oi have an a foine male it was too Oi gave him te paper to ate wid te prlsldents Tbanksglvin proclamation in it turkey JohnnyI JohnnYIm chicken J C BOWLING GREEN KY 7ANTp J ul vII JAND THANKs LIVING I By I FRANCES E TOANSLEY UPIL in the school ot life please rise and spellThanksgiving And If you have learned well the lessons of hu man experience as far as youve gone you wil answer The best way tt spell Thanksgiving is Thanks Josh Billings says Many peopla use their religion about as they would a lifepreserver putting it on only in time of danger and they generally wrong side before Part of our religion Is supposed cherishing a spirit of thanktu ness The president of the United States calls on us annually to give thanks A thousand other voices call us dully to the same experience Do we respond Some do after the style of a certain expression too common among a class of young people Hand a girl on the car the handkerchief she has dropped and she answers Thanks awfully Give a waiter a tip and he responds Thanks awfully Show anothei the way to some office which he is looking for and he touches his hat saying Thanks awfully Now isnt that absurd Certainly it is un lefineu undignified and utterly inap slang Yet to me it expresses too the manner of much professedly Christian thought For example A man thinks a growl because his baby has had the whooping cough though hes nearly well Why does he not give thanks because the bab lived H3 neighbors died Rained for four days steady says another man How about the 17 days of continuous sunshine and balmy air preceding Well he says I for got that I suppose I ought to he thankful Now isnt that Thanks awfullyIm getting so gray Im startled Fays some Beau Brummel Wuy arent you thankful youve got hair enough to turn gray Your partner is bald as a quartcup- Be thankful but live it The nation is learning this duty fast Neighbor hood is no longer a geographical term but means human need and ability to helpChrist for the world we sing Is n the hymn book But so Is the next line The world to Christ we bring Heres some more The poor and those that mourn The weak and Slnsick and sorrow worn Whom Christ can heal But He will be pretty apt to do It through your word your touch your pocketbook yourself Poor little waif was said a little ragpiruffin by a tenderhearted wom an Why doesnt God tell somebody about your needs He did said the child pitifully but Somebody forgot about it To is Thanks aw lully If the nation Is grateful today it means her citizens are Weve had the sword our acrossthesna neighbors have had it long enough But see The sabre that cleft a foe mans skull set wide open the door of human responsibility before the eyes Of Christian men and women Thankful were we for our own peace But Thanksgiving means na tional and individual ThanksLiving So awhile ago with a sublime altru ism a wealthy nation of 75000 000 laid Itself at the feet of enslaved Cuba and said Here are we Our best youth ablest generals our guns our mu nition and fortunes to set you free It cost blood even a quarter of a mil lion men it cost treasure but in 100 days the foe was conquered and 12 OUOOOO people sot free Are we thankful for the still more recent treaty of peace Yes But we arc not worthy to stand as Amer teen citizens It we do not prove our gratitude by meeting the tax assessor honorably the laboring man fairly the capitalist as fairly and the needy as generouslyLet to autumns shrine and lay there our garland of thanksgiving purple and crimson and gold Lcavo it there thankfully hollly Theo let us go to put crimson glorlei and new tints of happiness In poor starved helpless lives Maybe some body is hungry for a glint of gladness in your office Maybe In your homo Look about If the people do thus you and I are the natioi will and the earth will laugh out In her gladness to hall a true Thanks giving day A Thanksgiving Thought There Is something lacking in the sincerity of tho man who goes Into the temple on Thanksgiving day to ac knowledge the good gifts of Provi dence to him If he has done nothing through the year or on this day to uplift his fellows to bring sunshine into sunless hearts and to distribute in some measure the benefactions which we all hold in trust for the benefit of the helpless sons and daugh ters men Tommys Experience Our Tommy told me Sunday night that he guessed hed got the Thanks giving tired feeling What did he mean by that Why he was naughty on Thanks giving day and his mother took ner slipper and warmed him Then she warmed him over on Friday and I Living tote prop late to forgetthat our peoplethe o Saturday forcefully overborne SoHthirn Normal School Bowling Green Busiiess National School of Telegraphy II dCone 1 Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky Give Us Your Job Work J I StudYCatalogues j r jL = t aV If tt 0UrO IirI r AJX for CH3 19 J 5 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K Business and Bargains 3 pair best Black Hose for 25 cents at Wards 24 2t For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf Socks Gloves Ladles IloseNeedles Pins Thread c at Wards 24 2t The penalty will be put on all un paid city taxes November 1 oc132t S D Roth well Best Roofing Paint Ilaseiden Robinson tf If your is for sale list it with the Boner Real Etate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr Children save your money and i o to Wards and buy nice things for Christmas 24 2t Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf New Cottage and necessary improve ments good garden Apply to Mrs Clara E Bettis Lancaster Ky We want you to come apd inspect our line of Holiday goods you buy or not Frisbies Dwg Store 12 1tf r From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole III right ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at McCreary J W Hill Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Call at Wards and see their nice line of decorated China for the days It cant be beat and is not ex pensive 24 2t Do not wait to buy Christmas presents but go to Drug Store at once and before what you want is gone 12Itf Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf I will pay 25c per dozen in merchan- dize 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 Haselaen Robinson Japanese Tobacco Show I will give a ton of coal to the farm er bringing me the best five pounds of bright leaf Burley Tobacco by Satur day December 23rd on which day the premium will be awarded by judges J AJones We have an unusually Hne of nand painted China 121 tf Frisbies Drug Store One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky The leading florist Is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf A 2 horsepower Tread wheel good as newFor particular see W B Burton Cabinet mantels and grates Ilaseiden Robinson tf Our line of Imported goods is the handsomest we Store Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin roof ing also on all kind of rooting work lOGtf I am Watches jewelery c at cost If you want some bargains call on I P Thompson Buy your Christmas present Fris bies Drug Store and i newest and latest things that af fords 12 1 tf Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two halls 2 porches has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place con tains six acres of land Possession I given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton For four room bouse on Lexington avenue at 8 33 per month Good stable Apply to J F Robinson Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my olllce your office where 1 will be to have you at any old time that you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in 5 miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and nay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed phone 140 tr call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf Notice IIouse and farm For Sale Strayed 317 our iris es ge ten Frisbie Drug I U vases and in the designs at tt 11risbleo rug Store competent For For Sale own 121tt Frlsql and Iron closing out my stock ot a thema et RentA glad w er C huh geraniums plat newest 121 etty Sale furnished verx s1 rug i bottle contains which sails for 50 costs FREfARED ONLY AT THK LABORATORY Of E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO II r f IJI t f J i2 4U DIGESTS VVH T iOUThe i times tho trial atre r- r r3 9iA riG c 7 2 r teethA EATSmoo 23 For late The best varieties ci second crop and Northern sorts hook Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Oar Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free en request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as First Aid to the Injured which ha an absolute of blood poisoning if applied immediately after kind of wound Para camph is a combination of rare cooling soothing balmy oils and camphor and owing to its remarkable and healing is highly endorsed by the medical profession hospitals and by all public a great many people are employed con tains morphine nor cocaine Hence it is a safe clean pure remedy which should be kept in every household to be used in case of emergen cies Mothers will find it far superior to hazel arnica vaseline salves or liniments because when it goes straight to the interior cells soothing the aches pains iiourshiiig the nerves the muscles drawing out the fever and inflammation by inducing perspira tion It ia the most perfect external application that has been to the the discoverer is to be con for bestowing the people such a useful and meritorious product We learn from sources that is unequaled for the cure of Neuralgia Rheumatic and Inflammations The manufacturers every bottle to give chances are taken by trying Para camph It is sold only in 25c flOe ant 100 bottles by all good druggists or sent direct Upon receipt of tured by The of Louisville Ky a 300000 corporation J I I l it I CO I I J I witch J ratulated ninny guarantee satisfactionso- no C C E Stormes I Pa20 SEED 3EN American I E iERCSFAVG IIESCRIPT9N FOR WEAK WOMER4 WHO FILLS YOUR x Tills branch of our busi ness is at all tithes in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing lions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very bet Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc WSIISH That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky OOOC OO K I I 2 J- I Prescrip X 2 XI I 2 I I 1 COOCOOC OOCO LaundryIf MaN 0- PRESCRIPTIONS1 PIivsicdns 1 Gill IC 1 Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia Consumption are quickly cured by FoSeys Honey and Tar FOLEYS HONEY M4B TAR soothes and heals the inflamed air allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children- It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Foloya Honey and Tar and refuse substi totes that cost you the same as the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation Consumption Threatened C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn Ill writes I was troubed with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians fQr several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar it cured me and I have not been trou bled since Three 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times aj much SOLD AND REMMEHDED BY For sale by CC TE Stormes Howes Toricoid GLASSES 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 you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Dr Homer Anthony OSTEOPATH Gaines Hotel Office Hours 8 to 12 Stubborn Ctnlghs and Colds CURED BYONEV AND TAR rundown I It sizes25c t I 1 to 4 FOLEY Z passages The Vital CenterN- oMan Stronger than his Stomach Let Miona Strengthen your Digestive System The stomach is your vital center No man is stronger than his stom achThe average man measures his physical vitality by his heart his kid neys or his lungs Yet it Is the stom ach that should first be considered when you cast up the account of healthEvery organ of the body is sustained and nourishad by food which isconvert ed into nutrition in the stomach and conveyed to every part of the system In the form of blood For this reason when the stomach Is strengthened J with Mio na and is able to convert the f oJ in o nourishment all other organs soon become well Tills explains many cures of heart liver or kidneys dis eases in the cases where Mio na is most wonderful health restorer known and is sold by R E McRobarts under on absolute guarantee that it costs nothing unless it restores health Just one little tablet out of a 50 cent oox of Miona for a few days and will soon see a great improvement in your health usedItis t j- 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