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LANCASTER KY FfllDAY DECEMBER 7 hUG TIlE CENTRAL RECOR I fEnrse Tll n NUMHISJtm I I an BUY MOORES AIR TIGHT HEATERS And Bs Comfortable This Winter No dust from sweeping or shaking down the ashes as the dust flue carres all th dust up tits chimney Note the beauty of outline Note the beautiful nicklcd parts Itis an ornament lit for the fin furnished roots Now note MOORES EVERLASTING FIRE POT II burns ho smoke which means doublo heat fur the amount of coal consumed as well as the keeping of fire over iiipht with only a small amount of An of Moores Air Tight Heat e will mean an order for us to install one in your house Mount RUSH Get Your PRESENTS We will be Crowded Later I have the prettiest line of I China and Toys v ever sold Also largest assortment of 1 IE3I HUE 1est t coal reoF n s z n CANDIESI EATJLOU ii si kinf PT tits iz usf i- Fl l Zu st s sr IN THE FALLis the best time to paint because the weather is settled then and one doesnt have to contend with the moisture that is usually in a building the winter snows and the spring rains And the best paint to use is t THE PAINT It is made to cover well and wear well It always does just what you ex pect it to do and it never goes wrong if rightly applied Its very economical Use it and youll be satis fied SHER AMS lookwell Will WILLI McRoberts Drug Store Holiday Why not give soothing c Useful and Servicable We have a lovely stock of DRESS UMBRELLAS HANDKERCHIEFS COLLARS GLOVES SCARFS HOSIERY RIBBONS In fact everything t6 be found in a highclass store Vill appreciate a call from you Joseph Mercantile Co r un sots 1 4i i JI I I I III Outs III f Li I II I II GODS II II II II III 1- JIJ I 111 I w I Pv Il II i pI J X1111 WMdVWM1 1 r111 11111- p vt e s I LOCAL MATTERS t Travel on the local trains was never M Tbe backward winter had greatly delayed hOI killing I 7A special service was rendered the Christian Sunday School In honor of temperance day Christmas shopping is on in earnest Read our ads and see what the have for sale Christmas toys are appearing on the store counters Attenduuceut the Sun day School is consequently increasing W C T U All members of the V C T U are requested to be present Saturday after noon business of importance The council says there shall be no shooting of tire works this Christmas Lovers of law and order trust they will stick to their announcement The Welsh Wiseman Dry Goods GJ of Danville brought the 00 doll at the sale Saturday These recognize a worthy cause and are always willing to patronize it The proceeds of the Doll Sale was 3500 The commitee having it in charge are under many obligations to the Brown Bros Dry Goods Co for use of their most excllent show window The Thanksgiving services will at the Baptist church at 1045 oclock Since our ffrst announcement it was decided that the sermon be preached by Rev C C Brown of the Presbyterian church Had to Close Doors The crowd became so at II T Loganssale Saturday that the doors had to be closed four different times There was not enough room for the t clerks to wait upon the customers and many people were forced to wait upon I the pavement Good Court Day Monday was a good court day in every respect a very large crowd be ing in town Trading was good while the merchants report the best day in several months As has been the case since the local option law has been en forced there was no drunk The managers of the doll sale extend thanks to the ladies who so dressed dolls for them Every one is invited the dolls Saturday Dec 1 They will te displayed in Brown Bros windows Cakes JO4i riles etc forsale at same time and place The Ladies of Presbyterian Mission ary Society will have a sale of fancy and useful articles candy and edibles in the room over The Joseph Dry Goods Store Saturday Dec 8th 1900 Rememoer the date Dec 8 Remem ber the place over Josephs Dry Goods store Open at half past ten oclock Will Quit Railroads Back to the country road is the announcement mada by the manager of the Barnum Bailey circus Be ginning with next season automobiles will be used to transport the show from place to place For many years the expense of railroad transportation has been a source of growing alarm to circus proprietors Several railroads have gone to the extremity of positive ly refusing to accept the business and others have made the rates so high circuses cannot travel on their lines with profit The circus numbers 125 wagons and the average daily run is sixty miles New Kind of Car The Kentucky Central division of the L N Railroad is contemplating the installation upon of a new type of motorcar which is operated like an automobile but constructed to run upon rails like a locomotive This type of car is used on the Union Railroad and is said to give sat It it is tried upon the Ken tucky Central It will probably first in short runs such as the inter urban business between Lexington and Paris No trolley wires are used and no electricity is employed except that from a small battery for the sparker as in an automobile The cars are entered from the side A Successful Invention Mr W B Moss of this city has had patented a device which will not only bring him good reward but will prove a great help to the farmer It is a device for thinning corn and has pro ven a success beyound all doubt It consists of a gripper or tongs which by a device operated by one hand grasps the stalk to be removed and pulls it out without interfering in the least with the stalks to be The best feature is the operator does not have to stoop but the implement with as much or more ease that he can a corn jobber Mr Moss will soon Lave the implements attached to a machine by which the operator can ride and and thin several rows at one time Mr Moss bas been figuring on the de vice for some time as be is painfully aware of the seriousness of the farm labor question The patent office at Washington readily accepted his and be is now in correspondent with several large manufacturles In regard to placing on the markets 1 larger l at- I merchants 5 I beheld I Bleat disorder 011 enness tosee Bazaar I II I I I itsline II I Pacific Isfaction I I I I I left rt uses II I device Ps k I gentlemen beautifully S bused Capt White Very Low Capt White whose serious illness was mentioned last week suffered a change for the worse and is outs in an extremely critical condition ills age makes it hard to tell just how he is but it is apparent that the end is not far off Resigns at Hubble Hubble Cor Stanford Journal Eld F M Tinder pastor of the Christian church here has sent in his resigna tion to effefet Dec 30 During his three fife church h s grown and prospered and it is with feelings of regret that we give up this good man as all have to love him from the to the greatest Garrard Loses a Good Man It is with the keenest regret wenote the departure of Mr George B who left this week to make his home in Danvilie Garrard county never had a more honorable upright and progressive citizen and his loss will be felt by his legion or friends and acquaintances We are glad that he is only going ashort distance however and will often run over to see the folks and give them the opportunity to shake his honest paw George Rob inson can be truthfully termed a man who never deserted a friend or did one dishonorable act toward anv human bag That he will succeed in his new home is the earnest wish of the writer of this paragraph together with a host of other warm friends Oldest Man In Kentucky Uncle Dennis Brown the old man about whose age so much has been written for the papers died at his home in Lancaster Saturday from the effects of a stroke of paraly sis According to unquestioned auth ority Uncle Dennis was 117 years old He was brought to Kentucky by John Gill one of Garrards most prominent farmers when about ten years old and members of the family acquainted with the facts figure Uncle Den nis age at 117 He spent the last fifty years of his life in the cabin on Battle Row where he died and at the shoemakers trade He was a member of the church for nearly eighty year There was never a more honest faithful or obliging curl polite colored man and he was respected by everybody who knew him The death of Mrs W A Price which occurred late Wednesday afternoon was a great shock to the many friends and acquaintances of the family in this and adjoining counties Mrs Price only ill for a short time but the end was apparent Tuesday when the family and immediate friends were summoned to her bedside Mrs Price was Miss Kate Burdette and a mem her of one of the largest and most prominent families in Central Ken tucky Her many acts of kindness and bright happy disposition made her a great favorite with all of her acquaintances and her many nape sayings and kind words will never be forgotten She was a member of the Christian church and a devoted hard worker for the congregation in this city She is survived by her husband one son and three brothers Taylor Charley and Nelson Funeral services will be Lheld at the residence Friday morning at ten oclock interment at Lancaster Cemetery A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN Ojie of the most popular and success ful business men in Central Kentucky is Mr II T Logan the Lancaster and furnishing goods merchant whose special sale has brought so many people to town this week Mr Logan who was born and raised here has been in business in Lancaster all his life except several years spent on the road selling goods for a Philadelphia clothing house public spirited citizen always in the foremost for anything which will help the community and build up the town He is not only willing to open his purse and contribute as much or more than anyone else but will leave his work any time to go among the bust ness men and push to success any for the betterment of No man ever went to Hugh Logan for a favor and returned empty handed lIe will handle none but the best goods and what he sells you is just as represented He brought on a tremendous stock of clothing goods shoes etc for the present winter and fall trade but the season being very backward and having al ways lived up to his rule to never goods from season to season be decided to have a great slaughter sale now in progress and of which our are familiar His store has been packed to the doors and clerks work ing like trojans to wait upon the The sale will last only a few days longer There are many fine bargains left The people of Lancaster are proud to have a merchant with the pluck and vim of Mr Logan and all are delighted to know thajihe will now replenish his stock and continue to run one of the most upto date establishments in Central Kentucky Being an up to date he will let the people know through the columns of the newspa pets what he has to sell and that he wants and appreciates your trade Dont tall the display of Bracelets Pins Rings etc at Morrow and McRoberts ads U1ced east colored worked Price tomorrow cloth- Ing Ile is a proposition business furnish- Ing carryover readers people progressive merchant tosee handsome take years earned Robinson was Mr Price Sells Property Danville Advocate W C Price sold last Friday evening his handsome res idence on West Main strefct at the intersection Maple avenue to Mr James Swopeof Lincoln co for 612000 Mr move to Danville the first of the year and occupy his Wendy acquired property Mr and Mrs Price will go south for the winter spending most of the time at Clearwater Cir cuit Clerk Graham Price and wife go to Cuba for a sojourn of several weeks and also spend some time in Florida On their return to Danville they will board To Penitentiary For Life The case of Jim Kennedy for killing Milt Estes at Crab Orchard was tried at Stanford last week Much testimony was taken and the case stubbornly fought by both sides After deliber Sting for some time the jury brought in a yordiut for confinement in the penitentiary for life It is reposed that seven of the jurors were for the death penalty on the first ballot The case will be taken to the court of Our townsman lion H II Tom linson was of counsel for the prosecu lion and we have heard inanycompli ments on his speech Land Sales Hughes Swlnebroad real estate agents report the sale of the Moss farm of 24 acres 1 mile North of Lancaster to E M and M D Shearer of Wayne County Ky at 875 00 per acre They also sold for G A Swine broad a farm of hit acres to Robert Shearer of Wayne county at 50 00 per acre These men are excellent citizens and we are glad to welcome them to our county They also sold for It A Stone of Somerset his house and lot on Rich mond street to Ed Hugaes for S1COO and for Mrs Pattie E Brown her farm of 38 acres on the Buckeye pike to John Turner for Profitable Cattle Feeding Earl Ferguson a Bourbon county farmer bought feeding cattle last January which weighed LtO pounds cost I 75 per hundred They were fed corn until time to turn them on grass and September 1st the feeding of corn began again November 20th they were weighed up and weight 1443 pounds and brought live cents per pound He received an advance on his original purchase of one and a quarter cents per pound and put on each steer 515 pounds for which he received live cents per pound or a profit on each steer of S37 52 and for bunch 2004 02 to say nothing of the profit on the bunch of hogs that fed after the cattle Of course the cost of his feed and of caring for them should come out of the profit but then it shows the result of intelligent handling King of All Congh Medicine Mr E G Case a marl carrier of Center Conn who has been In the U S Service for about sixteen years says We have tried many cough medicines for croup but Cough Remedy is king of all and one to be relied upon every time We also find it the best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain results and leaving nobad aftereffects by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m MrSeth Grant is better after a severe sick spell Shearer Bros bought of John Prew itt 10 shoats at 5 jets per lb Mr Sam Prather sold to Joe A Ross 2 heifers weight C321 each price acts Mr and Mrs Charley Croucher are rejoicing because of a sweet little girl Thomas Hill our post master county court at Richmond last MondayThanksgiving was observed at Free dom Church and an excelent sermon by Rev T E Foley Last weep Mr Ray Prewitt and Miss Emeliue Anderson were married at the home of the brides father Mr Terrel Anderson Brother G L Foley of Kingston his cousen Rev T E Foley and Worship Thanksgiving day at Freedom Church At the stated meeting at Freedom Bantist church in November Brother Pike was unanimously chosen as its Pastor for the ensuing year Uncle Tom Shearer wno has been very sick with pneumonia at the home of his nephew Ben Shearer is much bitter and will be able to get out in a few days On Thanksgiving Mr Charley Ross and Miss Ocie Prather were married also Mr Taylor Prather and Miss Minnie Broadus The many friends of all wish them long and happy lives A Taxas Wouder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Disco ery for Consumption coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free I Swope will appeals 100 il Canton Chamberlains For sale NINA attended visIt- ed attended Consumption I will 8 N d Rev Crawford III the well known colored minister who wars operated on by IJrs A and Kriirsainl about ten days ago for strangulated hernia isgtt ting along nicely and will be well in a few days lie is respected by all and is one of ourbcsb citizens The Humber Trial The trial of Wrn Humber for the killing of Policeman George Pollard in Lancaster last summer was called In the circuit court Friday and almost three days were taken up In a jury It became necessary to sum mon a venire from Lincoln to complete the jury There has been much taken and the case is stubbornly fought by both sides The is represented by Attorney Chas Hardin Couu ty Attorney Joe E Robinson Wl Wi Hams and Davidson II umber is being defended by J M llothvvell L L Walker It Tomlinson and J I Maui ilton Tbe case will likely be given to the jury tonight Ths Hog Prospect The National Stockman says The demand for pork this year has aston fished even the most sanguine of the hog Both fresh and cured meats have been taken in large vol unit right along at prices which were so high that they were expected to check consumption There are three reason why this condition his existed and still exists First is the prosperity of tin South a large consumer of cured meats The Southern trade was never larger than it is today Next is till growing foreign trade which like oui own seems to proceed regardless ol price And finally the people of this country have learned eat bacon Its consumption is unprecedented it our history and is still growing There has been no shortage in numbers of hogs but a vastly increased demand Tins is why prophecies based on hot supplies have failed and are likely to tail in tIle future JiEUNA VISTA Mr and Mrs B C Lane of Richmond were with relatives here last week Mrs Clara Dismukes of Lexington is visiting her sun and daughter here Mr and Mrs Will Baker of Versailles spent Thanksgiving with Mr and J B Robinson Miss Clara Kaufman of Camp Nel son has been the guest of Miss Berth Christopher Rev Joe Ison and children of Lex ington are visiting Mr Stephen Isoi and daughter Miss Amanda Anderson of Lanca tel was mingling with friends pert one day last week B Ruble has gone for an ex tended visit to relatives at St Louis and Dallas Texas Miss Addle Carter and Hubert Adams of Jessamine were guests ol Mr and Mrs Virgel Scott last week Mrs Chas Ruble and little daughter have joined Mr Ruble at Frankfortat which place they will go to Ihe following young ladies who are away at school spent Thanksgiving with their parents Misses Mayme Dismukes Bertha Christopher Irene Ruble Cora Poor and Moddelle King Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow had reduced Mrs Thus S Austin of Leavenworth Ind to such a deplor able condition that her doctor ad vised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Elec trio Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine com pletely cured her Guaranteed cure for torrid liver kidney disease biliousness jaundice chills and fever general de bility and blood poison ing Best tonic made Price 50c at R E McRoberts Drug store Try it 1m Handsome Xmas gifts in chinaware at S A Walkers 2t I will take your order fer any kind of Magazine Mrs Dolly Brown Morrow and McRoberts have the Uneststock of jewelry ever brought to Central Kentucky Watches Clocks Table Cutlery Cut Glass in fact every thing from which to select a useful and handsome Xmas Between the residence of Robin son of Stanford pike and Lancaster embroidery work commenced on Package also contained needles embroidery floss etc Reward for to The Record office House Wives Send us your laundry and get the very best work Done by tl e Win chester Steam Laundry We will take special care of laundry sent us from the country Ring us up and get particulars and prices Sent twice a Week Hemphill West tf Apron Bazaar And exchange The ladles of the Methodist church will have an apron bazaar and ex change in the Post Office Saturday December It5h Aprons representing all the States also every size and color will be on hand for sale at very low prices They will also have every thing for the table fresh and well prepared Your patronage will be greatly appreciated tf Rev Si1a Crawfoll too securing testimony It L friend to presentLost T B Commonwealth Commonwealths Mrs Mrs J housekeeping else nervousness pillowcase return k This is the Stove that you have read about This is the Stove you have heard about This is the Stove the people are talking about This is the Stove that hests your floor This is the Stove that saves your fuel and doesnt cost any more than any other good heat er Its the FLORENCE SMOKECONSUMER ASELBE BUGS J A Undetaker rteriul 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 ill I R L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business rWmIIerndoll Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store I I at the world and you make it fond of you Worry and you are down and out So why not bring happiness Into your home a Graph ophone or a BALDWIN PIANO r 11 rndouBenD sistiss sssn Laf by- buyinti Iiest UeFDdoD Lancaster Kentucky v vfI ml I Iti Iyti Mens 1000 Suits and Overcoats go at 298 LANCASTER KY H T Logan1 A Fine Suit of Mens Clothes all to match 298This Suit is positively worth 10 00 or your money refunded at any time during this sale A Fine Suit of Mens Clothes all to match This suit is positive worth 81250 or your money refunded at any time during sale Iv 398 I and Scotch Plaids worth 91350 orMen ChiFine Suits in your money refunded at any time during this sale if you are not satisfied 498MensjSplendid Suits in Velour Finished Cassimeres aU sizes I These Suits are positively worth 91500 or your money back Silk and Satin Lined Dress Suits in plain checks and stripes Suit is worth 91650 Look for Big Canvas Sign IITI lOGAN Lancaster Ky 585 I 748At eacbyou are free to choose a Suit or Overcoat worth 92250 to 92500 from 20 lots of as finely made and as elegantly fin ished Suits and Overcoats as the most fastidious dresser could desire fine home and foreign suitings and overcoatings of style and tone and great variety of effectstailored into garments of faultless melton and whipcord overcoats black blue brown tan and drab diagonal cheviots vicuna 998 I In fashionkersey a madetoorder suit Dont ask to see this suit heavy silk and satin lined equal to the finest 2200 fail to AS THE BECOME BETTER KNOWN The Big Sale Gaining in Force And Favor With The People I BARGAINS 998At 91298 and 914 85 these represent the product of the Worlds celebrated looms and the Worlds most skilled tailors They equal and are guaranteed to excel any 922 tailor madetoor der garments in the world or we will cheerfully refund your money liens Extra Fine Dress Suits in all the latest styles and shades 1248 1 Mens Fine Dress Pants for stripes positively refunded or your moneyworth o vu tailored throughout equal to any 92500 custommade garment for 9ScMens Fine Trousers for Sunday wear in worsteds and fancy 239 Winter OvercoatsR- ich in Style Highest Mens nice good durable Overcoats in black and brown for Sunday wear positively worth for10 Mens Fine Overcoats in Silk and Satin Linings Oxford black blue and dark blue shades worth 918 Mens fine Roval Standard Kersey Overcoats in black and blue postively worth for20 Boys Suits for Fall and Winter wear worth from 92 00 and 93 00 our price 2q7 689 793allwool Fancy Scotch Cheviots Vicunas and Meltons full fashioned 52 in long some with belt or without belt fashions lasest creations from Americas foremost manufacturers Hand Mens 995 79C98CChildrens Knee Pants worth 50c our price J3c Mens Furnishings 3cMens500 Mens Negligee Shirts of the latest patterns worth at 39c 60 dozen Mens Shirts stiff bosom and fancy patterns 25cNegligee 39cMens3cMens39cMens3cOne100 dozen Ties worth 50c go at 19c 1000 pair Overalls worth 75c goat 39c 1 An Enormous Stock of At the Mercy of the Public The Greatest Shoe Values on Earth We Must and Will Turn Them Into Money Mens single and double sole bals and lace shoes London cap extention soles every pair guaranteed for good PINE SHOES I wear Many of this lot were sold for none were less than while they last 3 2 98c Mens shoes for business wear that mean service and comfort Many styles in black all the newest shapes forFall and Winter worth our price350 149Mens Fine Dress Shoes made from select calf skin and vici sewed every pair guaranteed actually worth 400 kid best workmanship and finish famous McKay 198 Childrens Shoes worth 9125 to sale price 49C to 98c Misses Shoes worth 9225 sale price Infants Shoes worth 69c 29c g8cia9 and r98 Mens High Top Black and Tan Shoes worth from 94 50 to go in this sale at to 93 98 Honest Mike Boots worth 500 9334 Honest Mike Shoes worth 350 at 210 Buell Bootees 385 Walk Over Shoes famous the world over 2 85 and 325 Florsheiin Shoes the highest and grade 4 25 Mishwauka Felt Boots worth up to 3 00 155 200 I 69C to CC1 Mens Shoes 149 6 00 298 worth 6 00 5 600 them out at JI SIDE SQUARE 11t T LogiN SOUTH Lancaster Kentucky Mens and Ladies fine Shoes worth 3 go at 9 8 cts LANCASTER KY HT Logan H T Logans Lancaster Kentucky Great Sale now town and country talk Endless throngs of shrewd buyers have already gathered thousands of the matchless values Our Competitors are Trembling With Fear Any attempt to compete with us only shows up in bolder relief the towering values we are offering at this sale Monday the Last Day of the Big Sale For the last day their will be extra reductions and it is our intention to make the last day the greatest of the sale D D- OlIEE A D p REA REA Sensational Bargains In Mens Boys d Childrens ClothingI a tweed and cassimere suits single double breasted hoespum and LADIES SHOESOver 1000 pairs of the very finest of the Fall season Roods hand sewed lace or button all weights of soles French kids pat ent leather and Russian calf etc They are far the best of any shoes brought to the market worth 250 to S500 Come pick 98c to 198 Ladies Fine Vici Kid Shoes button and lace Paris toes and patent tips worth 8350 for 149One lot Ladies Shoes in odds and ends worth up to 3 50 go in this sale at The famous Drew Shelby Shoe for Ladies in the ultra fashionable leathers and lasts worth 300 to 450 no in this sale at GLOVES and MITTENSMens Leather Gloves and Mitts worth 50c lcMens Heavy Buck palm Gloves 39c Mens Full Calf Skin Gloves worth 100 83c Mens Fine Dress Kid Gloves worth 100 83c Wrights Heath Underwear worth 150 83c Coopers famous Underwear worth 1 50 83c The famous Royal Silk Plush Underwear worth 200 123 Machintosh Rain Coats at your own priae Fish Brand Slickers worth from 200 to 3 00 go at 150 to 2 35 Mens Corduroy Pants worth 200 125 Extra heavy Texas Corduroy Pants worth 300 to 400 IDS to 2 85 HAT DEPARTMENTAbout 100 dozen Mens Fine Hats all shapes and styles worth 08c Mens and Boys Fine press Hats the latest styles worth 39c Boys and Mens Caps worth 50c go at 15e TheFamousSwan Hats worth from 2 50 to 4 00 go at IDS to 2 25 The Worlds Famous Jno B Stetson Hats worth 500 go during this sale at 385 35c to 50c I8D to 325 atlessM worth up to 3 only 125 goat 75c i OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every purchaser satisfaction We guarantee every garment every price and every statement here made and we will take back or refund the money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever Every article and every garment in the house marked in plain figures One price to all H T LOGAN exchange Do not be misled by our Feeble Imitators Lancaster Ky lOGANH1T1 T Railroad fair paid purchasers of 25i or over for 2 miles Money refunded on all Unsatisfactory Goods j to 17 ct 1i radius of rout SPECIAL VALUESN Remember Mens overcoats Fine long 52 inch cravanetts and overcoats Extra quality Heavy weight Mens and Youths double and single breasted suits short and long cuts made to fit well at 298 up Extra qualities Fleeced underwear 19 up Shoes of all kinds high and low cuts 98 up Ladies long and short cloaks late season goods 148 up Childrens shoes 69 up Comforts and blankets 59 up Outings 4 Fine dress goods inplaid broadcloths mo hairs etc worth 75c 39 up Dont wait until our stock is broken Our Felt Boots and Rubbers have arrived Come early BLUE FRONTH PATTERSON Prop The Working Mans Friend Terms Cash Our Goods are NEW and we do not have to advertise them a- tC OST1 make them sell but any prices on Shoes Huts kind i I Underwear i and only ask you to come and see that m TInS IS m HBMPHILL WEST Corn Corn I am in the market for your corn and will plY the highest cash mar ket price See me before you sell COAL COAL COAL Send in your wagons we always have ccal in stock can please you both in price and quality When in need of Flour Salt Field Seed or any thing in the feed line see me Car fresh SALT just received BANKS HUDSON Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels Right I Side Up Either Way Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades and colors W Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Mir Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing MachinesLampsClocks j and a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 V J C ROBINSON The Wallace Realty Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE EVERYWHERE Ask about our Good borne or splendid investment Low rate excursion to Texas and the Southwest leaving January 1st 30 day limit Write us for rates and particulars Quite a number going Fine trip Go with us Ask J H KINNAIRD Insurance Man I Blue I 248up 398up 500up 500up l X 1- I 1 Ito willmeet II I TRUE I X 10 a JAA nt I Corn I 1 r i ANYTHING FURNITURE I I I rors I t I J r t J tn3 2 M iV r it- Bargains YA CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky ai SecondClou Man Matter Lancaster Ky December 7 1906 PERSONAL NOTES Mr II 0 Hamilton has returned from LouisvilleE leaves this week for Tex as to reside Mr John B Lee of Lynchburg Va was here Monday Miss Katie Lee Denny has been vis iting Miss Marv Dow Miss Mamie Bastin was home from Lexington the past week Mr and Mrs H M Ballou have re turned from Cincinnati Mr Cowherd of Louisville has been visiting Mr Carlton Elkin Miss Hattie Doty left Monday for Nashville to visit relatives Mrs R L Davidson entertained the Embroidery Club this week Miss Lucille and Joseph Ballou are spending the week in Danville Mrs Z T Rice and baby of Richmond have been visiting relatives here Rev S C Ellis and wife were visitors of Mr Sam Cotton and wife Friday Miss Nannie Hare of Nicholasville is visiting Mrs McCleland Johnston Robinson spent Thanksgiving with home folks Miss Susan was the guest of Mrs J 1 Hamilton the first of the weekMessrs James Cook and Davis Bohon of Harrodsburg were here the past weekMr and Mrs C F Denman of Nich olasville were visitors here the past weekMiss Mary Doty was the charming hostess at a six oclock dinner the past weekMrs Parks of Middlesboro is visiting her mother Mrs Nancy BrownMrs been visiting her daughter Miss Willie Belle at Monticello Williams and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in GeorgetownMiss McWhorter of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Miss Allie Yantis Mesdames R H Tomlinson and Ada Kinnaird were shopping in Danville the past week Misses Noreen Henry and Ethel West were visitors in Lexington ThanksgivingMr H M Ballou have been in the city the past week buying Christmas goods MissAlleen Bourne is the pleasant guest of friends and relatives in Berea and Richmond this week Miss Ethel Dunn a popular teacher of Buckeye was with ber mother Mrs Ophelia Dunn the past week Miss Jennie Duncan and Mrs Ju liet Rogers spent Thanksgiving in Stanford with Mrs R C Warren Mrs Mattie Neviusand daughter Mrs Buck of Stanford have been visiting Mr Joe Nevius and Mrs Jesse Wear renMiss Allie Yantis entertained very charmingly the past week in honor of her guest Miss McWhorter of Crab OrchardMrs 0 Parks of Columbus Miss and Mrs Geo II Bruce of Danville have been visiting their mother Mrs E BrownMr Kemper cashier of the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick was in town Tuesday shaking bands with his many friends John Dunn and Bradley Johnston who attend college in Lexington were here with home folks during Thanks giving holiday Mr Will Gregory who has been at Braddock N D has returned home for the winter He will return to the the spring Mr J I Hamilton and wife enter tamed Judge Roach Mr WI Williams and Mr Chas Hardin Monday it being Mr Hamiltons birthday Mr Holmes a promising young merchant Somerset was a visitor in Lancaster this week a pretty girl being the principal attraction Misses Nannie Crenshaw Katherine Glass and Mr Leonard Crenshaw of Georgetown have been guests of Misses Delia and Fannie Tinder The entertainment given at tbe Armory Halljby tbe Juniors of the Graded school in honor of the Seniors was a delightful affair and largely at tended Mr and Mrs S A Walker entertained tbe following the past week Misses Mabel Bodine ISabelle Walker Sallie Adams Angle Kinnaird and Mr Ed WalkerMr Henry and wife have re turiiedfrom the West Mr Henry whose Illness was mentioned in issues of The Record has almost recoveredmuch to the gratification of his many friends Miss Katie King and Walace Govcr of Crab Orchard attended the social last Thursday evening given by tbe Juniors of the Graded School in honor Misses Bershea and Bettle K Sutton W 0 Burnside has Rev J C Westin A M E thriving recent r of the Seniors Mr Hiram A Richardson of Danville was bere this week representing tbe Remington Typewriter Co Mr who is a brother f Eiitor Vernon Richardson is a Hue young gentleman and makes friends every whereWe regret that the family of G Hendrickson will leave in a days to reside in Pinevilic Ky Mr lien drickson has resided here for time and was one of Garrards most prominent citizens He and Mrs Hen drickson made many friends here who wish them success in their new home Eld F M Tinder left for a two weekss trip through Indian Territory Texas and other Western States He has bad so much hard work recently that his congregation insisted on his taking a rest Lancaster never had a more faith ful or hard working minister and his legion of friends wish him a happy and profitable vacation Mr James Hatcher of this city and Miss Bessie Pollard of Hubble were married in Stanford the past week Miss Hallie Ball and Mr Charles Ball were attendants Mrs Hatcher is a I handsome brunette and quite attract ive and popular Mr Hatcher is the popular mail carrier on the Danville i line Lancaster friends wish the I happy couple much success in their new life The most prominent event in the social world in Garrard last week was the large party given by Miss Alma Lear The rooms were decorated in pink and white the hall in red and the dining room m red and yellow The hostess has the reputation of being handsome and was gowned very i beautifully The orchestra of mond furnished delightful music Tbe souvenir cards of the occasion were painted by Miss Sallie Elkin In the receiving line were Mesdames Givens Terrill and Woods Walker A great number of guests were entertained and we are sorry we failed to getall tbe namesThe quiet wedding on Tuesday morning at 330 oclock of Miss Bessie Mae Lear and Mr Ross Bastin was a handsome affair at the home of the bridesparents The home was made beautiful by decorations of palms and ferns The marriage occurred in the parlor in the presence of a number of relatives of both parties Ferns car nations and chrysanthemums were used lavishly The mantle with its mirror was transformed into a bank of loveliness in front of which stood the happy pair Rev F M Tinder oili clated The bride who is theLdaugh terof Mr and Mrs William Lear was very charming in a blue cloth going away gown hat to match and carried bride roses She is a young woman with innumerable fine traits of char acter and with a disposition which is noted for its loveliness She was one of our most attractive debutants The groom is a fine fellow the son of Mrs A II Bastin and is connected with the telephone company Follow ing tbe ceremony a wedding break fast was served for the newly married couple and a few friends The brides table had a centerpiece of a beautiful wreath of smilax encircling the roses carried by tbe bride After fond fare wells and good wishes the happy coup le left to meet the SAM train where they were pleasantly surprised by a crowd of tbeir young friends waiting tospeed them on their journey with more congratulations They will take a Southern trip Many handsome gifts were received attesting the high esteem for the groom and the love and affection for the bride Business and Bargains Elkin Bros will give you a good deal on country produce 9 28 tf Spare ribs and srusage fresh daily atSA Walkers 2t Our number is 29 not 23 928 tf Elkin Bros I See Elkin Bros for every thing in the meat line tf i Call and see our handsome china for Xmas S A Walker See Elkin Bros for everything in the meat 928t Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Prettiest cnina in town at S A Walkers 2t Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Heating stoves from 1 50 up tf Haselden Bros and best candies at S A 2t Say We have tbe latest creations in lap robes Haselden Brostf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Corn show at Mount Elkin store Rev 2Gth Dont forget the date 2tG Bring us your Sausage spare ribs and backbones Currey Herndon Salt fresh car just arrived excel lent for curing meats Banks Hudson Buggies are going cheap We are closeing out our stock tf Romans Elmore Gold fish and globes at low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st Bring me eggs and butter tf Ballou My line fo fancy goods much cheaper this season tf H M Ballou A good second hand Organ for sale by J C Robinson tf I Patronize tbe old reliable In want of anything in the meat line tf Elkim Bros I I I MrJ few I I I I r II fi U fi U fi U rde- cidedly fi U fi fi U fi U fi U line Walkers tf your H M Richardson sonic Rich M rand 8s and are when illFJ01 JB II XMAS OPENINGI ITHOUT exaggeration we believe we can safely say we are now showing the finest sitF and most complete display of Christmas goods ever exhibited in this city Our li store room is packed with handsome articles suitable to the most fastidibus taste and with Ji beautiful articles suitable for gifts that are within the reach of every shopper Any one i coming to Danville who misses our display will have made a grave mistake if they are look ing for the BEST and the CHEAPEST We have now on display a handsome and complete line of goods in Cut Glass Silverware Jewelry Chinaware iS1 Ladies and Mens Watches Diamonds m and other Precious Stones PiS1 Besides a large and well assorted stock of the above class of goods we have jill Kinds of Christmas Novelties IHi The only way to properly appreciate our stock is to call and see it Every article guaran teed as repressnted jlm Hugh Murray 1 The Jeweler Danville Ky irci I I m I I I I 11JJIDiIJm J81flJf tE3 F9 Q i rat a I Charcoal for use in your tobacco barn tf Ilsiselden Bros Birdsell Wagons at tf Mount Elkin Full blooded Bronze Gobblers for sale at 250 each M rs M F Rout It Fish and Oysters at Elkin Bros Friday and Saturday tf Guns Guns Guns we have them tf Haselden Bros Watch my show window- tf H M Ballou Pie Peaches lOc Currey Herndon Couches and Davenports at J C Rob insons tf I have more fancy china coming in this week just lovely II M Ballou Carpets and Rugs at J C Robinsons My line of holiday goods is beautiful tf II M Ballou 50 White Wyandotte cockrels It J B Hughes Marksbury Ky Elkin Bros are prepared for and dressing your hugs in A No 1 shape tf We have absolutely the biggest and best line of heating stoves ever shown in Lancaster Haselden Bros Call and have your Xmas work done before the rush We have something nice Call and see them 2t The Fox Studio The finest and largest line of buggy ever seen in Lancaster going at a sacrifice Romans Elmore tf Have you seen the stove that burns its own smoke and will heat your home witb less coal than any other at Has elden Bros store Call and see it tf My house and premises situated one mile from town on new pike consisting of 2J acres of land and all necessary out buildings If not sold shortly will rent for the year 1907 tf C W Anderson I Deal In Farms Write me if you wish to sell I have a number of buyers and yours may suit No commission to pay till sale is made If you wish to buy write for my list it shows bargains W T Ewing Real Estate Agency- tf Harrodsburg Ky L G Botkins Paris Ky Says My gave her turkeys Bourbon Cure when they were dying with tbe and it soon cured them Sold and guaranteed by Elkin T G Gannon Avon Ky Says 1 bave used Bourbon Hog Cholera Rem edy and will say it cured my hogs of a very bad case of cholera Several of these hogs could not eat and I had to drench them with the medicine Sold and guaranteed by Elkin Three Good Farms For Sale decided to quit farming I will sell privately all of my landed consisting three farms One lies on Sugar Creek and contains 325 of 90 acres where I live in Garrard county and one of 60 acres in Madison All good farms Terms reasonable Jas R Henry Kirksvllle Ky tf Has it Occurred that It is really that you are luylng Yet in fcaiKh coal you for slate linkers various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the Banne Coal is all heat Itburns all It Is clean hot and an easi regulated dependable Ask us for Banner else can sup plyit J A Jones cost tr For Sate For POU- ltry estate acresone flow ToY notcoa b tbe t ly killing rugs sate wife common makes Our line of Druggists Sundriesis complete in every detail Hot Water Bottles all kinds and sizes Fountain Syringes all stylesand shapes I I I aaaaaaaaaaa aa Bulb Syringes Cloth Brushes Tooth Brushes Soap AtcmizersBath I Ear Syringes Rubber Sponges Bath Sponges Shoe Brushes CombsFace Ice Caps Bath Towels Hair Brushes Nail Brushes Pocket Books Talcum Powder I and everything to be found in A Complete and Drag Store FRISBIES DRUG STORE Upto date Dont buy a Gasoline Engineu- ntil you get pricesand our Engine We have the Let us Sell you one Let us talk to you about a Cutting1 Harrow Come and buy an Old Hickory the best on earth RomansAEImore Kentucky I gon I 1 I Wheat Drill The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of x and lists been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy etCAt Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorie Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years iI t PanaceaThe YP I CENTAUR COMPANY MURRAY TREET New YORK CITY 0 TNL 77 HAHKSliUUY Mrs Chas Burdette was a visitor at the home of Mr Price Monday Mr Milt Elliot of Lexington spent several days last week with his brother Dr Mac Elliot at Camp Robinson Ioindexter A Robinson 10 fat hogs averaging 395 pounds at 600 per cwt Masters Walter Dunn and Lee Per kins have returned to school at North Middletown after spending at home Rev W L Dorgan and Messrs Ned Wiseman and H McGoodwin were out from Danville last week enjoying the sport of hunting and were the guests reat Invention Ap Mr C K bought of C Natures G Thanksgiving On 3e banks ob de Amazon far away far away War Dr Green fits August Flowers to Ah kicked dose in in ole Brazil An aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar stiU August Flower is the medicine alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a of and ab causes i feet natural and result in indigestion catarrhal affections of the i fall duct fermentation of unhealthy j foods nervous and other complaints such as I August Flower is natures sizes 2SC 750 All druggists For sale by R E IffcUobertB Well Well Well Who would have thought It Such a difference in the work of the LAUNDRYand Now its just like this This Laundry Is the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are doing so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY j rebuildingby intestinal I colic jaundice etc t intendedreg MN constipation a No Opium in Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is not the least danger in giv ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as it contains no opium or other harmful drug It has an reputation of more than thirty years as the most successful medicine in use for colds croup and whooping cough It always cures and is pleasant to take Children like it Sold by R E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancaster 1m of Mr Robert Fox Fleece Herring Tom Chesnutt and Joe Aldridge went to Lexington last week to witness the foot ball game played by Central University or and State College Mesdames Dave Dunnn and William Baughman of Danville have recently been at the bedside of their father Mr Ben Robinson who has been quite ill for the past few weeks C A Robinson bought of Mr Tuggle a bunch of 800 pound cattle at 4 cts Of Mark Goins 70 shoats at 5cts He also bought of Bob Rout several hogs averageing 150 pounds for 130 per cwtMiss Georgia Dunn will go Saturday to Paint Lick where she has accepted the position of organist during a series of meetings which will be held at that place by Rev Coake the State Miss Georgia is an church worker and never refuses to lend a helping hand when called uponMiss Lena Pope was suddenly with paralysis at her home in Boyle Co on Thursday of last week while making preparations to drive into When found she was lying on the floor in an unconscious state and still remains in a very critical Her friends here are sorry to learn of her serious illness The lecture given on Tuesday by Rev J T Betts on Picturesque Palestine was a decided success A full house was present to enjoy the treat and the neat sum of 3100 was realized At the close of the lecture Mr Betts made a short talk on and succeeded in getting about one fourth of the congregation to sign the pledge In Praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no other medicine manu factured that has received so much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is effective and relief follows its use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to its merits for the benefit of others It is certain cure for croup and will prevent the attack if given at the first appearance of the disease It is espe dally adapted to children as it is pleas ant to take and contains nothing injn rious Mr E A Humphreys a well known resident and clerk in the store of Mr E Lock of Alice Cape Colony South Africa says I haye used Chamberlains Cough Remedy to ward croup and colds in my family I found it to be very satisfactory and it gives me pleasure to recommend it For sale by R E McRoberts The relia ble Druggist at Lancaster 1m established Danville Evan- gelIst indefatigable stricken Danville condition evening temperance prompt off many r II I I nS I l use CHARRODSBURG KENTUCKY J MNNMNNNNMMI FOR SALE E GRASS200 BLU write for list or call errs etetweeeeeneee1Heeeeeneeeeeeeeieeee I 1 J B Worn ap of Ytertcwn O llu al collvef writes My daughter afflicted for rears epic lepsy was cured by Dr Kjpas New Lire Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Host hrniy cleans ers and life giving tonic pills on earth j 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m PAINT LICK Mrs 0 L Ilammack is quite sick Mr W 0 Mays spent Thanksging in Madison with friends James Pentry of Berea spentThanks glvhm with his parentshere- W S Fish the traveling salesman of this place is visiting his family Miss Jessie Young of Kingston is the guest of Miss Lydia Champ Dr W L Corman was called to Col umbus Ohio by the death of his sister Mr Roger Rucker of Lexington spent Thanksgiving with his home folks Arnold of Lancaster has been the guest of Misses Lois and Zelma Casenburg Misses Ada and Alice Cornete gave a party to a number of their friends last Saturday night Mr Walter Brown and wife left last week for Goldstone North Dakota Miss Margaret Anderson who is at tending College at Danville spent several with her parents last weekProtracted meeting services will at Fishes Hall Dec 9th Bro Coke of Lexington State Evangelist will conduct the meeting Mr and Mrs P A Anderson gave a dinning Thanksgiving at which there were fifty present all had a pleasant time and enjoyed the splendid dinner Misses Angie Kinnaird and Annie Herndon of Lancaster visited Miss Alma Lear last week and attended Bro Taylor of Lexington filled Bro McCallures appointment here Sunday We have not seen Bro McCalluner since the dinner at Mr Andersons but hope he is not sick Oldham six months old baby of Mr and Mrs R O Moberly died Monday night after a brief illness The have the sympathy of the in their breath Long Tennessee Fight For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklers Arnica Salve to the sure surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to Best salve in existence 25c at U E McRoberts Druggist 1m BRYANTSVILLE Mrs Mote Scott has been on the sick list for seral days Mr and Mrs J C Williams visited in Burgin last week Mr John Smith of Burgin spent Thanksgiving with friends here Mr and Mrs J II Dunn visited Mrs Ike S Dunn in Lexington last week Mr Mike Smith of London visited Gertrude Ball of Nicholasville is visiting her sister Mrs Dan Cheath Hester Patton has been visit log Miss Lara Belle Minor in Louis vine Mr W L Glass entertained a number Mrs J C Williams and Mrs Levi Nor ris are visiting relatives in Danville this week Mrs Sallie B Welch is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Deatherage at Richmond Miss Edna Berkele who is attending school at Richmond was at home for pe Holidays Mr Sam Rose of Danville spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr and Mrs G B Rose Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington was here last week for for a short stay with his brother Dr W M Elliott Mr Hogan Ballard of Lexington spent the Thanksgiving Holidays with his mother Mrs Eliza H Ballard Mr and Mrs Sam Saddle have return ed to Louisville after spending sveral weeks here with Mrs Martha Saddler Mr and Mrs Y J Hogan were in Lex ington last week where they made a short visit to their daughter Mrs Messrs Oscar Walker Burn side Jesse Perkins Tom Chestnut Bryan Ballard R D Moore and Dr Elliott spent Thursday in Lexington Miss Millie Dunn entertained a number of her friends very elegantly at dinner Thanksgiving in honor of her sister Miss Alice Dunn of Dan vine Mr Edvin Bruner died at his home near here Tuesday Mr Burner had recently moved to the farm he bought of Mrs Henry Tomlinson The family have the sympathy of the entire com munity CASTORIAFor Infants and Children TIu KM Yoi Han Always Bnglt Bears the S Signature of Juef7 tf Handsomest line of Bracelets Cuff Buttons Rings Lockets etc ever shown in Lancaster now on display at McRoberts V r 7 keuri I county I Miss Louella Engleman Thursday parents community inside tt relatives ThanksgivIngMiss amMiss supperThursday W T Palton J Morrow fi4Y G tIeps fray wlih begin return S5 Roolfolk a I 1 p t W C Flsfc Irtit W 0 Kimjiir CtiUltr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED F V SS Ji i5 J 11 I I oW Woods vies We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking I Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and long stem rOOOOMOOO I I I oaaineeoooaoooooboe 1600000 SURPLUS 800000 CAPITAL DIF CTOUS Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsurancelOur THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIKKCTOUS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny I I Sam Lawns r LBAVBLL President WE WILL Keep Your Money Safe J J WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISMOt SURPLUS IOMI B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I I Leaven AAA feint aN w f I 1- LANCASTER Roses Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These Roses are second I I maw 0oooooeooooo000000 to none eoooo oa oodooooo0 8 GREENHOUSE I I Richmond Street I I Kentucky IILancaster themums Both Blooms and Plants Bridal Bouquets Fo BpIdes ft Attendants n LAb I I oeooeooo eaoea oooo eoee oeo JOHN CIIRiSCMAN Phone 157 I Proprietor oooooosoo 0 011 oeoaoeeo FuneralFlowers Floral Designinga Bedding Plants In Season I I IBULBS 1Iooooooooooooot eeooooooogoooooeeoo Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD I I I J General incuranrP FREE Coanyfis No One Can be Strong With a Weak StomachThe is the mainspring of life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nour ished One may perhaps get temporary relief from stomach troubles by us fect It does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona which restores lost functions of the whole digestive system revives flag ging nutrition and aids in the of food Miona is a pleasant remedy to use and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It restores the torpid glands and stimulates the natural digestive secretions It checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes inflammation ant cures all troubles such as he d aches backaches rheumatic pains furred tongue sleeplessness and general debility which are caused by imperfect digestion It is the only remedy that Is so uni formly successful In the cure of stom ach diseases that we are willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of Miona tablets that the will cost nothing unless it cures For sale McRoberts Mainspringof digestantbut assimilation nervousness remedy M COY R G GUYN J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS W C FISH I Solicit Your BusinessI We LETTER TO OUR READERS Leading Druggists Guarantee Hy omei to Cure Catarrh or It Costs Nothing To the Editor In view of the prevalence of ca tarrhal troubles at this season of the that gave more than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested In Hyomei for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in with Hyomei It is a local treatment for a local and its soothing healing medi cation goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit con sists of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with detections or we will refund your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues of Hyoiuei Yours very truly For sale by R E McRoberts connection thoroughly disease I TAR Pal 1 I I I teal A 5 S ellN Mtre t y on 7 The undersigned hereby give watt ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice 1 2 a POSTED John W Hill Clay Sutton I M Myers C A mold I I W SFer usolI II It L Burton Mrs IDB L KeMey Jnu A Sanders Gill Public 2000 Stock Tuesday Dec IS 06 sell my stock of goods and store lix tures as a whole to the highest bid der This stock of goods is new and clean none of it having been in my house over twelve months This stock consists of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hardware Tinware Groceries Onehalf of stock is Staple Groceries This stock of goods is in Bryantsville Garrard County Kentucky and this place has always been considered the best point in the county to sell goods I did a business of 82000000 the past year and I will say there is no better stand anywhere My stock of goods the large store house owned by Pettus Bros of Somerset Kentucky and this can be bought or leased and 1 will say that there is not a better busi nsss house in Kentucky Remember this is a golden opportunity for to get a big bargain Remember this will be a positive sale on the above named date Sale will take place promptly at 1 oclock p m December 18thBryantsville is nine miles from any town and is surrounded by the best agricultural land in the state making it a splendid point for business For call on or address A T Scott Bryantsville Ky All those having claims against the estate of Harvey Layton deceased will present same to me or my J E Robinson properly proven and pay same Milton Ross 3t All parties having claims against the estate of G A Traylor deceased will present them to the undersigned Master Commissioner properly proven on or before the 10th day of Decem her 1900 He will on that date sit at ollice in Lancaster Ky to hear on claims This Nov 19th 1900 J M Rothwell Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court 3t Notice There will be a i of The Citizens National Bunk at their bank lug house on Tuesday January Sth LoT to elect directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 3 tsar 15 F HUDSON Cashier Election Notice There will election held by the holders of the National Hank of Lancaster Kj at its bunk building January S 1907 for the purpose of electing five 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THROAT or MONEY c wunaitjjittjurs B te HI LuwlG- AUUAHO CM MT Conn A Vakur Kc iiuiiu iris vs J Wesley Walker Ec Defendants lay virluro of a juutMnuuC hi Mm styled action rendered at the November term 1JUO of the Garrard Circuit Court 1 will on MONDAY DEO 21th 1KH5 publicly Ocfore the Court lions tinrtr n the City of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky sell to the IIIJJIKS and heat binder tile following dscnud properly in Uurrail County ICtMUiiiMcy on the wars snit Lick Creek described as fi o s to wi Sold ptupertv contains about Kincns and is situ ifecl on till w il taint Creel in Uarraid County Ky and is the residue of this escribed tracts of land to wit A Three tracts or parcels of land lying in Uarrard County Ky and situated nn the waters of Paint Lick Creek and bounded and described as follows viz The first tractbeginning at a blacK vainut at A thence down a brancH S 54 i B 14 i pole S E 20 poles b 52 i K IS poles to a white wan out slump thence continuing down said S 45 polls to a stifles in said branch thence X 07 i E 87 I to a wainut stump near the mouth of a swan drain and near a spring thence N 122 poles to a static on Van Cliffs lint thence b 71 i W i pules tc a beech on a branch thence down said branch N 20 t W 20 5 poles to a stake and beech near said breach thence up a branch and hollow S iiO W 27 ipoles to a white walnut user said branch hence S 22 i W 3 rules to a stake thence S 1 W pules to it stake near an old hemp N 8 K 22 54 poles to a stake in a lane thence SJ3 iE 13 4 5 poles to the place of Lenin nintr containing one hundred and ten acres 2 roods and 2 poles The and tract b junded as follows adjoining tract above described be inning at it red rink tree on a Auto thence S 55 E 37 poles to a stance on the creek hot torn thence S 13 A V S poles to a stake near the mouth ol a brooch thence up said branch SV VV 1 poles H 3S I W J i poles N 75 W i 2 yules to a stoke cor to a piece sold to Thump Sebastin Thence N W 35 poles to a stake at the fork of a branch thence up the ri ht hand branch N 21 W 17 poles to a stake in said brainh thence N OS E 40 poles to the bfuinninjf containing eleven and one half acres The 3rd tract the tirst is bounded as follows viz be ginning at astake in line to 1st tract thence S 70 W 175 pules to a stake on a hill thence S 50 E 147 poles to a dug wood on line to said tract thence line N 10 i E 14 1 poles to the be ginning containing 2 roods and ID poles be the same more or less B A certain small tract or par eel of land lying in Garrard County Ky on the waters of Taint Lick Creek and bounded as follows begin iiing at a stone on a hill side a new cor ner in line to John M Walker thence with said line N 54 J W 4 70 chains to a stone corner to same thence N 18 B 3 00 chains to a stone corner to same thence IS 7134 E 020 chains to a stone in Walkers line a new corner said stone is one half pole nearly due west from a young haekberry stone ri 10 34 3 00 chains to the be ginning containing 273 acres Remaining after cutting oil and deducting there from and out includ fug the following described parcels there of tuwit 1st Beginning at black walnut an old corner now a corner to W II Se bastian and Thumps tiebastin thence with Thumps Sebastin S 52 E chains striking a drain and down same S 71 E 5 chains S 50 E 3 chains to a point in said drain a new corner thence a new line N 22 14 E up a small drain 11 50 chains passing through a pond on a ridge to a wire fence post at or near thl north of pond thence another new line S 82 E with a wire fence 1 00 chains to a point at said fence S 74 34 new line 00 chains to a stake on a hill side lacing Paint Lick Creek said stake is 15 links S 40 front a beech and also at thence with the widow Prewitts line N 4 i passing a drain supposed line be tween Prewitt and Cotton at 1100 chains in all 2530 poles to a oung hickory at the angle of the fence thence S 7414 W with Morris Lung and passing corner between him and Casey at 181 chains in all 3450 chains to a stake on the N E bank of a drain about 10 or 12 ft north of a mulberry pointer thence falling into down said drain N W 510 chains to a stake at the forks of the drain thence up another prong of drain S 52i W 087 chains to a stake on south west sole of and near said drain thence S 25 W 13 25 chains to a stake on a ridge and near where an old hemp mill stood thence S 10 W 50 links to a point in or near the middle of county road cor ner to Sebastian and Bolar thence and with middle of said road and with W II Sebastian S 8 i E 503 chains S 31 E 3 45 chains to the begin ning containing 7085 acres 2nd Beginning at a point in middle of County Road where a very small drain crosses said road a new corner thence line down said drain S 4514 W 81 links to a point in a large drain atmouth of said small drain mid way between two trees a new corner in line thence down the larger drain with said Sebastin S 20 34 E 509 chains to a point at the forks of said drain 10 links beyond a willow thence continuing down the drain S C8 i E 953 chains N 5334 E 5 and still with Sebastian N 21 E 2 20 chains to a point at end of stone fence N 54i W 2 chains to a stonea new cor nor in said Sebastians linethence new lines S 2314 W chains to a stone S 49 W 5 chains to a point in middle of county road again thence with mid die of said road S 71i W chains to a point in road 10 links N 13 W from a young black walnut thence N 7734 W 173 chains point in road 15 links X 381 W from a sugar tree thence N 02 W 3 40 chains to a point a feet beyond a sugar tree snag at lower edire of road N 55 W 270 chains X 28 W 4 50 to the beginning containing 2 68 acres total number of acres of to be sold under tais judgment about 46 TERMS Said sale will lie made on a credit of six and twelve months and the will be required to execute bord with pond and sufficient surety for the purchase money payable to the Master Commissioner hearing six per cent In terest per annum from the day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgement upon which execution mav issue if the bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be re J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult Court This Dec 5th 1906 R L Davidson Ally fur Plff Uf l above real Lick blowing i l polls 3 the J GU anew mal tied alongtheW 3 ergo 1 lying lit O to pointin 215 IIi tt the land purchaser untilthe t Julia 1 u situated it eta 31 painter alit fleece t I and 62 y along anew t j l1 ar irg Y i- S 7