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I THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY EilIDAY JANUARY 4 mi J o f ErLelCrIl YEAR r 6U3 r t r Ii Ii Of Visiting The J sei Mercantile Co re oiler this week Special Cut Prices the celebrated 5O Shoes go at 29O 50o Shoes go at 425 Cme early and get the benefit of these bargains Come se our immense atock of IIandscme Presents for Ve liavc useful and pretty gifts which recipients will certainly appreciate j t iW l J ilIi I I J he 1Jjill Ill I Iii III I I I I III Jil f I l Iii III III IIiI J III I II IIiIII I I II I I Iii il great 11 I I I I the I I ill I oJI P 1 ile e 1vlarCan1 D Iii A 41 ft Iii mbfr Fete 1J I on I iL u F 1Io hrs rtiart t y t r 5 am Bargains j GMQ lish md trolis l w prices j Lancaster jrcehot s Richmond st 3lresb Oysters daily at Walkers G nicery Piiarconi fcr use in ynr tobacco barn tf Hros Isirdsell Yagons itost- tf tount Elkiu Hull blooded Uronz Gobblers for each Mr JI F Rout It Pish ami Oist rs al Elkin Bros FridsiyandSatjrdav tf We want a lot nicejantt r and all the eggs you have W 11 Yard bnanaf grai n fact all kinds of freh at sinmers Jlirdseir Wagons at cost tf Mouitifc Elkin Prettiest cnina in town at S A Walkers 2t Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud sun Low Prices and High Grades i Heating stoves from SI fQ up tf Haseidtn Bros We have an elegant lire of china j call and see Currey Herndon Fresh and best candies at S A Walkers 2t I Say We have the latest robes Haselden Brostf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount IClkin Bring us your Sausage and spire ribs and backbones Currey fSalt fresh car just arrived cxcel 1 lent for curing meats Bank Ifudson Come get your watches hev are all repaired and ready for delivery I P Thompson Jeweler f Buggies are going cheat We are clnseiug out our stuck ftf Elmore fall and see Jine Of China rntk bottom Grocery kl one 83 J at I tf and 1ery B SU I I o Oran e = fruit it lap J Her Roman mynew tlI best in town W give vnu prices Walker I l I Business widen v stile at S creations it 0 twill Bring your eggs to War We pay highest price for butter i 2t w II Ward Pie Peaches lOc Currey Jewelry of all kinds at Frisbies Drug Store vS I have the lowest price and most up to date Fruits and Candies of all Kinds S A WjUker 3 Couches and Davenports at J insons tf Carpets and Rugs at J C Robinsons tf For the Freshest Groceries call at Walkers Phone 83 All our special will he kept during 1007 W H Ward Best Patent Flour GO cts per sack at the dell CJarrard Grocery Turn head to Wards when jou are making your new years resalotiou We have a fresh b jrrel of Pure New Orleans Molases Try them Herndon f ure Honey Will pay tii heL price for sukoausage and produce 2t W H Ward Wanted 100 on foot will pay highest market either in paste or produce f W H Ward Remember vt are the onfy people iii town that Keep candy fresh We iu Jhristuias ckages Frisbies Drug Store ITe of thankinl CSSers for their Jiberag patronage in past Wishing eacn of ou a happy prosperous New year I remain yours for business 2t W H Ward We have a beautiful display of gen nine Indian Burnt Leather something new come and see them Frisbies Drugstore HaTe you seen the stove that burns its own smoke and will heat your hume with less coal than any other at lias i f II crndon CRo bar airs your urrev Call IIp Garrard Grocery t Vii I ns rice I e beautiful I 1 t is m laDY s olden Bros store Can and see it tf C the Fetw tonel 1G motet nted b and b un Saturday Night December 29 1906 my stable at Hubble a bay mare about 15 hands 13 years old BlacK mane and tail both short Mate winded and of the nornian type 25 for information leading to her recovery M Rankin Late of Kentucky offers a reward of ISO for the arrest and convictio 1 5 T 0 L EN Kentucky bout t ill give J iT if pt JIr Ir 1 r2 heavy build thief y ITEMS Miserable weatbe Most all the nv vinghvs been dune rain predominated Xmas week B F Walter Dentist office over Gai rard Bank Trust Co The price of turkeys is lower than ever before at this season of the year More worthless coons placed on the rock pile by J udge A rinstrong Keep it The Ladies Aid Society will meet at Mrs J C Rjbinsons Saturday after noun at usual hour Too ninny turkeys placed in cojtl storage last raH caused the low prices paid the raisers this Why is it that the fellow who asks if you can settle that little account always has the biggest bill Some of the bombs tired on the streets of Lancaster Xmas week doubt less cracked the plastering on hades The examination for common school certificates will be held at of the County Superintendent on Jan 2520 1907 f you have packages to send viile or want one brought from there see Jas Hatcher the stage man It will be attended to all right tf No Value We should not appreciate a gift bv its value we were re me in by the giver FoundRrhg Gold ring found on streets of Owner have same by call ids at the proving proper tv and paying fir this notice It The Stanford Journal says a Cincin nati church has decided to pay the wife a salary fur what she Iras to through with She i entitled to more pay than her husband Being a preachers wife is no small job For Next Year Mr lobe Ballard will continue to run the Ballard House on Danville street next year Thev have a num oer of nice rooms for rent by the week or month also They are prepared to accomodate day boarders the table supplied with everpthing the mar ket afford Good Service to Danville Jas Hatcher proprietor of the stage line is prepared to carry passengers in the best and must manner A good wagon fast horses plenty of rugs and good foot warmers make the trip one of pleasure Ride with him and comfort tf Oflicer Beazley and by a fearless police judge Clint Armstrong have put a stop to most alhdevilment in Lancaster ifcjfcpteyUiq yelled Olllcers do your duty them a handshake and a show your appreciation If you cut do this shut your heads for evernvjre Change of Location The real estate firm of Hughes Swinebroad have moved to their offices over Mount Elkins hardware store northwest corner of Public square wherethey will be ready to welcome all their old customers and new ones youwant to sell your property look this firm up if you want to buy they have something to suit you Masonic Election At the annual election of officers for Lancaster Lodge 104 Free and Masons W 0 Rigney was unani TTinusly re elected as Master Fred P FrisLie was made Senior i H n l y V Bastin Junior Warden Louis Landram Secretary J W Sweeney Treasurer A T Anderson Tyler The deacons will be appointed at next meeting Change at Lancaster MUlL The firm of Sanders proprietors of the Lancaster Mills and has Oeen dfeeblved Alex Walker bnyinf interest of his par ter Mr J B Sanders will continue to keep the pro duct of well known and popular mills up to their high standing while the electric service will be all that the public should ask He is thoroughly capable and one of the cleverest gen tlemen in Garrard county The Record predicts a most prosperous voyage for Mr Walker The Old Year Many would be glad to look upon the old year as dead never to be recalled of their evil deeds during that time Others who have done and made others happy will deligbtin recalling the happy moments thus spent Let it be remember that each passing year yet lives and is indestruc tible It will appear as a witness gi v ing a pang to those who have caused a ping tears to those who caused tears to flow smiles to those who sowed smiles and kind words for those who had rood cheer for the broken heart and the depressed pprlt This is a fix ri and an immutable law from which there is no escape and would avoid results of improper living we should make others happy j t d I I V I Mudand i I j I upi butbecause red Lancaster She o Danville comfortable Herr on supported Nowy u If Accepted Walk I rl r M r Walker this Jl trw j LOCAL S season all cc I town can Record ollice beserves pastors brig gum give word Ware i Light Rant M the because the r rl I i e our When you are from to bacco whisky suppose you wear from sending your money to ithr cities thinirs can ge Mere in Lnncaster Hadnt That eh C W B M Sunday was mission dayat the Chris tioti church and Eld Tinder preached a strong sermon He told how the Board of Missions had grown having used only S 52 32 years ago when it was organizd while last year ir 205000 employing 300 mis At this rate the soon be Chistianizd Let us all lend a helping hand to this greatest of all human undertakings Token of Majee who has served as president of the Lancaster W CTU for the past year was presented with a handsome token by the members of that noble Mrs Magee has liven much time and hard work in the interest of the Union and the members regret verv much that she not be with them this year She asks The Record to say to the Union thatshe appreciates the gift more than words are able to express and that she will never forget her pleasant associa tion with them and their kindness to her Locates Lancaster Dr Marshall K Denny as will be seen by his card in this issue of The Record has located in Lancaster at Dr Faris old stand on Dan ville street When Dr Faris concluded to leave he told The R2cord that he would keep the matter qnet until he found a good man one entirely capable to take charge of the work of his pat rOilS as he appreciated how tha latter had stood by him In the selection of Dr Denny he has fulfilled his wish completely Dr Dennv is a reliable man ml help a Garrard county bo our people will all the more appreciate him and give him their work The Record welcomes Dr Danny loll be speaks for him the same liberal patron age given to Dr Faris Shopping Shopping is a form of cruelty indul ged in by married ladies towards their husband It is incipient reaches an active condition in bride and arrives at its most virulent stage between the tenth and twentyfifth year of married life A small delicate slight nervous sensative woman who would faint at an empty mouse trap will go through shopping district in from two to seven hours and come out refreshed and sustained by an unfaultering trust if her husbands credit as good while that gentleiuan at the end of forty tie minutes has to be carried home on a stretcher Some women are burn shop others achieve it but not one of them has thrust upon her Shopping is extensively practised on week days beginning on Monday with a rush and ending on Saturday in time for the opera It p fcotes industry Without it married men would have time to rest The January Delineator k Moving Mr Jacob Joseph movedto his pro party onLexington street and MrW E Amon to the property on Stanford street vacated by Mr Joseph Mrs Mary Hamilton has moved to her property on Richmond street and Dr J A Amon has moved to his property on Richmond street purchased from J E Stormes the property on Dau ville street vacated by Dr Amon will be occupied by R L West Mrs Mary has moved to her property on Danville street purchased from Chas W Anderson and Mr Anderson will occupy the Herring property on Richmond street Capt T A Eikin has moved to the J II Dunn property on Danville street and W 1 Williams will occupy the new cottage built by Dr Farris on Richmond street Capt J A Doty has moved to his proper ty purchased from Mrs Mattie on Danville street and W H SebasL a i is now in his property purchased I Patterson on Water street T e Hemphill West have move to their new quarters in the E W Harris building on north west corner of public square and Mr Harris will occupy for his harness shop a portion of the Tomlinson hotel property the building vacated by Hemphill West will be tutu down and a brick built thereon by Haselden brothers as an addition to their hardware store J H Dunn will occupy the property he purchased from Miss Dove Harris on Richmond street Mrs Mattie Thomas has moved to her property purchased from Mrs Della Arnold on Stanford street Mr Ed Hughes will occupy the property he purchased from RA Stone on Richmond street Mr Jack Adams has moved to the Fred Stone property on Crab Orchard street C H Baker has moved to his property purchased from A E Sharp on Lexington street and Wm Bradshaw will occupy the A B Brown house on Water street Mr George D Robinson of Lincoln County has moved to the John Margee property on Lexington street and Mr family will move to Jackson Ky Chas S Ballew will move from the country to the property owned by the Gill heirs on Stanford street A num her uf bum rented had they been hereto rent asthere a house in the City This Extensive moving and demand for is largely due to the efforts extensive advertising of Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents r off cusiu etc off you thought of I appropriated worldwill MrsJuhn ion in n goons p i t Purcifull gee and 11 p rt y tMo i 1 f swearing rut Appreciation orgat will Lancaster girls away ars Irish fro firm of LC have snot vacant p a A- a r rod s THE NEW BANK Opens Under Most Favorable Fine Building Good Equip ment Hustling Methods The new Garni Trust Co which tlirew its doors open to public some days since in the bwsiness world undeY far inure favora be conditions than the mot enthus iastic supporters had for On the tint day the deposits were very heavy many large deposits being given and accounts opened As stated Tne Record at the organization was begun it is purpose to make tie institution one which will he o value to the public to build up Laura ter and Garrard county and use every means consistent vth conservative business methods to fanner laborer and capitalist a like The gentlamen interested pro pose to give their time and means to imp rve the business interifs of the community The stockholders are people who love their town and county and propose to use every conservative means to not only help those now doing business our midst but to lend a helping band to any pro position to mire desirable hut ness to the town It was these men who made such a hard light to rebuild the Garrard Hotel and opera house this aone proving the kind of material they arc made of The now building we will have i picture of same later is two stories high and made of beautiful colored pressed brick with trimmings The architect certainly made a sac cess when he designed the handsome ructure The furniture and iixturos are of the very latest pattern bull fur convenience and comfort The bank lag room is very large while the space behold the counter is much larger than that usually found in such insti lotions The safe and vault are of the latest pattern th vault being large enough to hold many safety buns which ira fur rust to the public Tiiose IKSOS are of different sizes ae and are rented at a very reasonable rate You have access to your box at any time during bus ness hours and your papers or other valuables are absolutely safe and and privateThe of the bank as follows President R E Mcllcbetf 1st vice president J C Eubanks second vice president J 13 Bourne cashier James W Elmore teller 1 A Thomas These gentlemen are too well known in Garrard county for The Record to attempt to tell of thei many steiling traits as citizens and as business men Their integrity is unequalled their busness judgement superb and their honesty unquestined The question is asked if another bank can succeed in Lancaster It can as this is what is known as a State bank and can handle certain business National Banks are not allowed to lan die That is it may make loans and take mortgage security whereas a Nat ioual bank is required to have individ uai security This brings business lots of times when a party needs some money and dues not care to ask some friend to sign his note as security In other word if you have unincumb r ed desirable property it is sufficient This feature will prove a great held tc the people Slower Speed Basis Following is copy of telegram which Mr T CPowell Firth YicePresidenti f the Southern Railway has just receiv ed from Mr President of this company Owing to the crowded condition of some of its single track lines and the double track work intluding the ton of grades and alignment now way for the purpose of relieving the crowded condition of the crowded single tracks the Southern Company find it difficult to maintain the sched ules of some of its passenger trains as now ssaadulcd and will in quuice in the early part of January ensuing revise these schedules them on the basis of slower speed with the expectation of being able to maintain them and believing that under the circumstance this arrange ment will be more satisfactory to the publicThe double track work is being pushed and on other parts of tine road double track work is not now under way but where traffic is heavy passing tracks are being put in and those in already extended in order to facilitate the movement of trains all such passing track work being done with the uetimate object of utilizing it as double track work may be undertaken in those localities The improvement in passenger train movement will naturall improve the movement of freight trains The Southern Railway Company has arranged to shorten its operating divisions increasing the number from fourteen to twenty seven each one of these divisions to be be in charge of a superintendent Men now in the service will be promoted to the adi tional positions thus created This ar rangement it is believed will result in increased efficiency and will it is further believed the interests of the public the panv In the arrangements Company is developing and making effective policies initiated by its late President A Dr Br F Dentist over Garrard Bank I I j th inI imo I es ist merchant I I trio s one I I I I W N Finley under putting vigorously where mutual con i t jtftt rutj s I Auspices Bank start hope 1 the fife enterprises lit re con and referred tot p y 1P ter Off st i e f r sir e he A a A i i W Saturday afternoon is the umu electioi of nilicrr all wmhers m uryed lu com prepared pay then dues We regret the loss of from our Union but heartily commend her to Christian people of Many Entsrtaments The Society calendar for was full of brilliant events On Wednesday afternoon Mrs 1 E Sfornies entertained a number of her friends in a most delightful manner at her elegant home on Richmond streetOn night SIr Jennie West entertained the Junior Christian Kndeivor On the same evening Misses Mar garet and Joan Mount javean elegant party of many friends at their home on Lexington avenue The rooms were decorated with holly and mistle o and excellent refreshments were ser vedMiss Elizabeth Anderson entertain cri in a most pleasing manner on Fri day night ut her beautiful country homeMisses Stifle and Mattie Elkm en teruimd about 75 friends Saturday afternoon in honor of Sirs IT S Flushes aid Miss Mae McRubcrts Toe house was yard decorated re freshmen ts were served and the was highly enjoyable On Saturday Misses Bottle and nddrson entertained at cards at their home on the Lexington road Monday evening Miss Ehel Vest cnturtainer a number uf trienos the occasion being in honor of her guest Miss Browning of Lexington Week of Prayer Thechurchesof this place willabserve the week of prayer Ivginmnsr Jan 6th The ministers are aiming to make it of unusual interest and profit special feature will be the two union services on Sunday nights The follow ing is the pitgram fur the week Biplist church leader Rro Brown subject The call of God to LViple Jan 7 Presbyterian church leader Ellis subject The church of the Living Lord Jan S Methodist church leader Bro Tinder subject The Gospel of Gods Son Jan J Christian Unurch leader Bro Williams Subject Missions Home and Foreign Jan 10 Baptist church leader Bro Tinder subject The Christian Ministry Jan 11 Methodist church leader Bro Crown subject Christian Institu tions Jan 12 Christian Church leader Bro Eihs subject The coming Kiug Jan 13 Presbyterian lurch leader Bro Williams subject The attract iag iAINT UOfi I lr s w Norman spent Wednesday in Lexington Mr lad Ballard spent Saturday and Sunday in Stanford Miss Mayine McWhurler is in Cub Orchard with relatives Miss Luclie Dantis Brougton is visit ing friends in MtSterling B F Walter Dentist office over Gamuti Bak Co Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford the guest of Mr Wm Wallace Mrs Minnie Jennings took posesiou of the Yerranda Hotel Tuesday Mr Rjger Rucker of Lexington spent with his parents Miss Blackley of Peewce Valley has been visiting Miss Alma LearMr J II Lee of Fleningsburg ICy has accepted a position in the Warehouse here Mr Tevis Guyn who is attending coi lege at Due West S C spent the hull days with his parents Misses Margaret Anderson and Eli2 Fitzpatrick of Caldwell college tIe visiting their parents here Miss Louella Arnold of Lancaster returned to home Sunday after a visit to her sister Mrs Burdatte Ramsey Miss Helen Patterson who has been visiting Chastine Rucker and Sallie Woods returned to her home Saturday night Miss Sadie Baybman has spent several months with Miss Uannie Cambell has returned to her home in Lexington Miss Stella McWhorter who is atten ding college at Georgetown has been spending the holiday with her parents Mr and tilt E C McWhorter Mrs Wm Anderson of Kirksvillc died of heart failure Monday night Her husband and relatives have the sympathy of many friends here Dr W G Oisanhurg left Tuesday for Knoxville where he will reside in the future The community regrets departure of Dr Casenburg and his splendid amity Our neighborhood is sorry indeed to give up Mrs Walter Bram and family who have moved to McCreary Mr Parker Gregory has rented Mrs Brams home and we welcome his family in our midst Stamping Outfit be pleased you call and seeuiy French aud embroidery patterns MrsTUurrey C T U t Mrs I last week lu tday Le tic Alb i J Jan o of Christ UrucelbJ Trust i Xmas tia tie who the Irand 1M aye eyelet I I I Magee Jackson r r- l occasion also the o lout pJvac S dn7 Feb cc will tot o U Premit me through the colums cf your of xpre she individuals as will as those from church and School in the past year They in our hearts a deep sense of gratitude to God for such expressions of love and inspior in ruspior in us a great to do more be of greater service in the future To this end let every member and every ne who will be present at thin first conference of the new vear with a head to serve the Lord more loving This year than ever before consever ence Sabbatn morn sit 1030 P W C S Falls and family ofElection There wit l e a meeting of the stociboMer rj the iiiirranl fc Trust Company held at their plnCLofJ u iiie i in Lancaster Ky on Tnt tiij January two oclock p EI for the purpose of electing officers to serve the ensuiiiK year trod for the transaction of other Important Uusmejt Every ttockholtl cr bout I be present This Jun 1 13 7 Jas W Ehnore Cashier j Ttnnjim- mmMKDenm t our for mall from Sunday J sun once Pun RtblXJ lit i I Card pap gratitude IcisdnPSvcs awaken DENTIST over Thumpsuns store L DAVIDSON IAttorney At Law Office over Police Conn room Prompt attention to nen DlIcurlon I Herndon lerndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky I Stormes drug I Laf Iat I fond of you I Worry and you are down and out So why not bring happiness into your home bY Ii buyiut a Graph ophone or1 BALDWIN I PIANO i West Herndon Lancaster Kentucky iC f3l i Ollie coooo ooooooaoooooooacooooo e- It buIaess- Q NSymllerndon Otriceorer store 3 a t the world and you make it rr JABeazIey and Laxity EiabalniB Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock CTndertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church 111 uteri Fof a stylish haircut or l1lei J Bnr ii7 e e irshave- go to Biiaii 1 i 7- L r 43 r I w Jteluted Weekly One Dollar Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office i Lancaster y SecondCleat Matter Lancaster Kyt January 4 1907 Take up your Bible each Sunday morning before you go to church and see if you can find this passage Seest thou a man diligent in busi ness serving the Lord You may fine other equally good passages The book is full of good ones It isnt a bad thing to read the Bible now and then of Sunday morn ing Any other morning will do but Sun day morning because of freedom from business distraction and because of its quiet is an especially good time to get acquainted with the Bible None of us read it without discovering new beautiesShould you go to church as you ought to do for its restfulness and peacegiving influence if for no deeper reason you may hear the preacher talk against the commercialism that be says is driving mankind to Yet commercialism need not be in opposition to religion You gather this from the Bible words you are asked to read The harm in commercialism if harm there be comes the text infers from separating business from The man diligent in business serv ing the Lord serves the Lord while he is diligent in business He can not lie and cheat and brow beat He can not take advantage of his less skilled or poorerinformed fellow He must love his neighbor as himself and this includes those with whom he deals and those who serve him A commercialism that includes brotherly love can not be bad There are thousands of men dill gent in business serving the Lord and if you will look in the books of the commercial agencies you will find that their ratings are exceptionally high Beside being a good day for Bible study Sunday is a good day for reso lutions Make up your mind this to try for one week this of business diligence and Lord A Wisconsin man suing for the alienation ofhis wifes caught his lap of another man The latter being of liberal waist measurement gave an occular demonstration to that when he was seated his abdomen reach to the edge of his knees thereby leav lug no room for one to sit However love has beaten even such things as lock smiths A negro church in the western part of the State recently tried one of its deacons on a charge of dancing The charge was clearly proved but he was acquitted on the ground that he was too drunk to know what he was A girls pleasure in having all the girls she knows see her engagement ring is always embittered by the knowl edge that all the strange men will too Every married woman knows at least one other woman that she be lieves would flirt with her husband if be wasnt so good and honorable It must occur to every honest man when he looks at his bare feet atnight that great credit for his personal ap pearance is due to his shoes An anti corset crusade has been started in the Wisconsin legislature The legislators must be as hard press ed as the women A bank cashier out West is named Minus Short A fellow with that name will bear watching You will find that while it brings happiness to the it brings money to the purse Tne Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves Ko one can realize the suff ering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless he has had the actual There is probably no that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so successfully defies medical aid All danger from the grip however may be avoided by the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy not one case has ever been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by B E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster im Cured of Lung is now eleven years since I bad a narrow escape from consumption writes C 0 Floyd a leading busine man of Kershaw S CL 1 had run down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing wasconstant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Dtecoyery aad continued this for six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Gaaran at McRoberts drag store 50c fLM Trial bottle v lm c CENTRAL RECPRD per IJean destruction combination affectionscharg ed thathe wifesitting In the thejury doing heart experience disease T- It boat R E tree J 4 I relig- Ion morning services TLiN 2j THE EXTRA HALF How It Came to Get Into the Contri bution Basket Being an occasional churchgoer be was supposed to be able to behave properly through any ordinary service His family was therefore somewhat curious says a writer in the Journal when he returned from church one Sunday noon with a most disconsolate air Didnt you like the sermon asked his wifeOh sermon was all right I guess said he glumly Well what is the matter she per sistedNothings the matter he retorted sharply Cant a man look sober when he gets back from a solemn religious service without causing a riot in his own home His wife looked at him anxiously a moment and then asked How much did you put into the contribution box Seventyfive cents Wasnt that rather liberal Rather he repeated Rather Rather too liberal Then he went on You see it was this way When the deacon started down for the contribution I felt for some change and found I had two pieces a quarter and a half While I was thinking which one Id put in Im blessed if the half didnt slip out of my fingers and roll down the aisle I didnt want to scramble for it then and figured I could get it at the close of the service Just as he got to me the deacon happened to look down and of course his eye lit on that half dollar lying in the aisle in front of him So he picked it up and dropped it into the box I didnt have the nerve to breathe a word Just sat like a dum my and saw the half go with the Seventyfive cents gone and me without another cent in my clothes having to walk home instead of taking the trolley Then he chuckled and said What Im wondering now is whether I get credit for giving the whole 75 cents or just for the quarter You wont get credit for any of it observed his wife The credit for the quarter will be checked off to cover your wicked feelings when you saw the halfdollar go too Nobody talks much about the back doors on Easy street TRADE AND THE MISSIONARY How the Latter Helps the of the Former One most important result one val uable byproduct as it may be called of missionary enterprise in China to receive more serious consid eration than has hitherto been ac corded to it In it it to be found an agency unequaled by any other for the development of our commerce with that vast population Every Is whether willingly or an agent for the display and recommendation of American fabrics and wares of every conceivable sort says Chester Holcombe in the Sep tember Atlantic Each missionary home whether established in great Chinese cities or rural hamlets serves as an object lesson an exposi tion of the practical comfort con venience and value of the thousand and one items In the long catalogue ot articles which complete the equip ment of an American home Idle curio osity upon the part of the natives grows into personal interest which in turn develops the desire to possess The manufacturing and commercial interest in the United States even though indifferent or actively hostile to the direct purpose of the mission ary enterprise could well afford to bear the entire cost of all American missionary effort in China for the sake of the large increase in trade which results from such effort Its hard to succeed if you have no setbacks Worlds Sunday School Convention Qreat preparations are already made for the Worlds Fifth Sun day School convention which will take place in Rome Italy May 2023 1907 Three years ago the workers convened in Jerusalem The official steamer will leave New York between May 1 and 4 calling at Madeira 01 braltar Algiers Naples and Pompeii Most of the delegates expect to spend at ieast six or seven days in Rome and many side trips are being planned Wealth in Vatican The money value of the Vatican the popes palace in Rome and its treasures is estimated at 150000 000 To Establish Chinese Leper Colony The Rev L L Conrardy the Bel gian priest in whose arms Father Da mien breathed his last at the Hawaii an leper colony on the island of Mo lokal is on his way to China where he will establish similar colonies and spend the rest of his life Baptists of Oklahoma With over 50000 members the Bap tist of the new state of Oklahoma are in the lead The conventions of Oklahoma and Indian Territory will probably unite this falL The Right Mr Bngnst Sberpe the popular ovdr seer of the poor at Fort Madison la Says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more rood and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed to cure biliousness and constipation 25c at RT5 McRoberts drug store lm Providence liberal quarter Development deserves missionary being Name I unwillingly MET3IIeIrETiAIs HOME GROWN CELERY How It May Be Stored for Winter Use We take a long box about 14 inches wide and the same in depth and raise it one or two inches above the cellar bottom Put a layer of earth about two inches deep in the box We now lift the celery plants from their ridges in the garden with a crowbar taking pains to drive the bar well down un der the roots and keeping on them as much of the soil as we can a writer in Farm and Home As the plants are taken up they are set into a large basket to be down cellar They are now ready for packing Beginning at one end of the narrow box we stand the plants on end close together so that there shall be as little space the stalks as possible When a dozen plants have been packed we filJ 4 I explains carried l Box for Storing Celery In close to the roots with earth from the garden and proceed in this way until the box is full A blanket of old bran sacks is thrown over the whole to shut out the light and help to blanch any stalks that have not al ready been whitened Stored in this way we keep celery nice and crisp until February After trying several methods of storing celery I find that it keeps best in the ground where it is grown with the roots undisturbed says an other grower Celery will keep in a cellar or cave all winter if the roots are placed in moist sand or earth but the plant gradually loses its fine nutty flavor Wide boards are set on edge around the celery bed leaving about one foot of space between the outer rows and the boards This space and between the rows is then packed with dry forest leaves and enough piled on top to make the covering about one foot deep The leaves are weight ed down with light boards to keep them from blowing off At night severe weather an extra of canvas and old carpet is put on On warm days the covering may l i removed until the tips of the cel ery leaves are visible but this is rot essential To protect banked ccleay put a thick layer of leaves over the top of the ridges and weight down with boards Manure from the horse stable will keep the ridges but this is not needed if enough leaves are used GROWING BUCKWHEAT Wisconsin Farmers Experience in Raising This Crop I do not often raise buckwheat but like to grow it occasionally It does well on almost any kind of soil It conies in very nicely as a late crop If I have a piece of land which has been neglected until too late for other grain crops this land can be seeded buckwheat Or if I have a field of corn where the seed failed to sprout this can also be sown to buckwheat If the ground is very poor it should have an application of stable manure It may be plowed any time before seeding The ground should be fitted as for any other small grain crop It is advisable to have the seedbed prepared and the more work put on it the better the results I sow buckwheat any time between June 20 and July 4 As the acreage is not large I usually sow by hand using about one peck to the acre The crop should be harvested frosts occur explains this writer in Orange Judd Farmer If sown later than July 4 there is danger of a frost catching iL If it is sown much earlier than June 20 the hot weather is to cause ft light yield The crop may be cut by hand using a cradle or with the ordinary reaper Each bundle should stand by itiself with a band around the top These should be left in the field until the straw and grain are dry After that the crop can be stacked and threshed as any other small grain I sometimes sell to the millers At other times I have it ground and put the buck Wheat flour up in 25pound sacks and sell these at retail All in all buckwheat is very satis factory when grown in a small way Jf I have a piece of land which is very weedy and want to partly summer fal low it I begin by plowing early in the spring to a depth of six or seven inches I disk this every week until the time for seeding buckwheat After this crop is off I find my field practi ally free from bad weeds In this way it can be used very successfully as a cleaning crop Turnips beets and other root crops as wen as cabbage should be left in field or garden until the approach of bard freezing weather Wi Council Prom South I want to give some valuable advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankenship of Beck Tenn 1 have proved to an absolutecerUintv that Electric Bitters positively care this distressing con dition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so com pletely that a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold undo guarantee at B E JCcRoberts drug store Price 50cV lm j during covering to thoroughly before likel- Y buckwheat the j g 2 1 1 c oj i jjJrZi will i p iitI5 1 THE CHRISTIAN pQ WORLD HELPING THE OUTCAST Rescue Work Done by the Water Street Mission The Water Street mission of New York was well known to the crooks of the country and many of them when they did not know where else to go went there Some of them says a contributor to the New York Tribune were converted to a better way of life It was the habit of the maanger to assist these men in every possibly way to secure work for them and now and then to entertain several of them at dinner in his room over the chapel On one occasion a woman from a distant city was visiting the mission and took dinner with the superintend ent Mr Hadley and a number of the converts Why Mr Hadley she said I am astonished that these people are such nicelooking people Dont talk so loud replied Mr Hadley Every one here has a rec ord except my wife and you and our missionary The longest one is 20 years in the penitentiary The woman was so astonished that she nearly forgot to eat her dinner It was Mr Hadleys custom to go to Sing Sing prison every year to speak to the prisoners One year he spoke to them in this wise You men are going to leave here soon Theyll give you a suit of clothes and ten dollars and youll drift down to New York and youll get drunk When your money is all gone youll pawn your clothes Then youll probably stand round and ask hardworking people to give you a nickel to buy food When you cant get it you come down to Water street and Ill give you a password You say to me April 13 316 The password was the date of his visit to Sing Sing and the street of the mission Three hundred came to him that year and gave the password Many of these men honest and helped their com panions to follow their example The forethought that sows is the faith that reaps RESULTS OF WELSH REVIVAL Remarkable Increase in Church Mem bership Is Noted That the Welsh revival has not proved a mere flash in the pan as some of Its critics prophesied would be the case is shown among other proofs by the remarkable increase in church membership in the various The figures have just been given of the results among the Congregationalists These show that 1905 was one of the most remarkable years in the history of that body In 1904 the increase was 13831 of which about 12000 were the direct fruit of the revival Last year however in stead of witnessing a decline in this direction provided still better results 21229 being added to the roll of mem bers thus making a grand total of 35060 for these two eventful years Figures are not everything in religion but they furnish a guide to wider and deeper results than can be put into words The fire is still burning brightly in many Christian The dogmaticans bark comes out of a toothless mouth Mormons in Germany The hand of the Mormon has reached across the sea and is the everpresent danger for the young women of Germany Mormon ism is a menace to the German na tion is the declaration of Miss Ma ria Lydia Winkler authoress and of the national for the suppression of the white slave traffic in Germany who has been sent to this country by the kais er to study the problem here Miss Winkler will form a branch here of the German society to protect the young German immigrant girls from falling into the snares set for them A mans sensitiveness usually it In inverse ratio to his service Bible Institute for Atlanta Rev Lea G Broughton of Atlanta Ga has all his plans made to build a great new Baptist tabernacle He proposes to erect some other buildings all on the same square one of which will be a Bible training school similar to the Moody Bible Institute in Chi cago Such a school is already being conducted in a small way with Miss Blodgett in charge The tabernacle to have many stories and a great deal of institutional work will be on The church is the largest of the Southern Baptist denomination having about 1800 members and a Sunday school of about 1000 Hopeful Outlook in Japan Miss Cornelia Judson recently vis ited several of the cities and towns of Japan making an evangelistic tour of three months In duration She Everywhere J found only hope and great opportunities for work The Japanese are now ready to listen to Christian teaching aa never before The leaders of the pee pie have laid aside their opposition and are thinking seriously of the need pf such moral teaching And training M Christianity alone can give Cor their young people THE REWARD OF VIRTUE The gas went out The maiden shrieked Her little brother Peter For sake had gone and turned- It slap off at the meter boyAnathemasIt hurt Peter most of all The lover smiled Here Pete he said lm glad that you were willing To do what I desired of you So heres the promised shilling Of course Im sorry your Should cause a little trouble Tomorrow turn it out again And I will give Qi double v number became denominations placesLondon today representative committee is carried ne Write And that howlea l l c i t It t was why he r I JjjiPiift WINNING JEWS TO CHRIST A Spiritual Awakenirg in Damascus Reports by Missionaries Encouraging news comes from the missionaries of the Irish Presbyterian mission at Damascus in regard to an interesting spiritual movement among the pupils of the Jewish and the Gen tile mission schools Mr Fransen an American evangelist who has been visiting foreign mission stations in various parts of the world recently held some meetings in Damascus for the deepening of the spiritual life Ac cording to the Christian London a deep impression was made when he addressed the senior pupils in some of the Presbyterian schools as well as several public meetings in the church The senior pupils of the Jewish boys school attended and two of them were brought to an open confession of Christ while all deeply moved A general spirit of inquiry came over all the boys of that school and many came to the teacher to have the Scrip tures explained to them so that it be came apparent that the Spirit of God was at work in their hearts At the same time Jewish men hitherto almost unreachable asked for the services of a Bible read er An equally encouraging spiritual movement is taking place among the boys in the Gentile boys school at Damascus One of the Moslems was deeply touched and the lads made a little meeting among themselves twice a weak for Bible reading prayer and to hear short religious papers written by one or two of their number In the Gentile girls school a similar has been going on and we trust will continue to spread throughout this ancient city The Lords lambs do not need to look sheepish ARE HIGHLY ESTEEMED The Real Status of the Missionary in China To cite one other proof of Chinese official approval of the missionary en terprise In the later commercial treaties rendered necessary by the Boxer uprising foreign missionary or ganizations are permitted to acquire real estate in all parts of the empire and to erect such suitable buildings as may be required for carrying on their good work No similar conces sion has been made to any other class of alien residents says Chester Hol combe in the Atlantic In many years of intimate official and intercourse with all classes of Chi nese in every part of the empire the writer has never heard even one of or objection to the presence of American missionaries in China or the character of their work He has heard himself and all other foreign ers of every nationality and calling cursed in the most violent terms for having fastened the opium horror up on the Chinese race and the sugges tion made in a paroxysm of anger and hate by some human wreck wrought by the drug that foreigners would do well to take away that awful curse before they had the impudence to talk to the Chinese about their Jesus But aside from crazed and mistaken denunciation no Chinaman within his hearing has had anything but pleasant words to speak regarding the missJcvp ary enterprise as conducted by Amer leans in his laud You will never find the kingdom by looking for it in a cash box Future of Christianity The future of Christianity depends on the faithfulness with which Chris tians exhibit its pure spirit and exem plify its exalted principles says Maxom in North American Review That is a matter which comes home to us all Our religion must make men and women of the highest character and a social order which is at once benign and just or it will stand dis proved by the judgment of the world as Inadequate to the demands of hu man life and the fault will not be with Jesus or the doctrines which he taught but with us To the Christi anity which we have made will be plied is being supreme test By its fruits ye shall know The Message Whether storms blow or tempests roar Yield thyself to thy day to day Nor think the victory won the battle oer Till safe within His pardoning grace Love thy neighbor as thyself alway Then we shall see Him face to face And dwell with Him forevermore the message spoken to the soul J W Ozias Ciurch Becomes Lighthouse In Sussex county Md the JiltCatholic church has justbeen electedr It fronts the sea and has been with a powerful light which serves as a mariners guide Canadian Methodists The membership in the Canadian Methodist church Is now 317717 and shows an increase of 25882 for the quadrennium most of the increase having been made in the last year The general conference consists of 264 delegates comprising ministers and laymen in equal numbers Will Not Picture the Devil Pictures of Satan and minor devils and all other diabolical agents are to be boycotted hereafter by the Bill Posters association A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wife of the of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that she has for some years used Cham berlaing Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whooping cough and has found it very beneficial She has confidence in it and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by B3 McRoberts the reliable drocgiat afciAncaftter s friendl com- plaInt i Philip- S a appliedthe It twas 4 furnished National I II I I were directly movement superintendent Implicit c c 1 Your account is ready and MOUNT Elm Announcement We will move in a few days to the building now occupied by E W Harris which will give us a hatter chance to serve patrons than ever before and we ask our friends and customers to come and see us in our new store and bring us your Laundry Hemphill Wist Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONSI Doubtless you have heard of the Bumper Crop which have been raised this year in Arkansas Louisiana OKlalnna Indian Territory and New Mexico Have you with results obtained in your section Is your you are bringing you adequate returns for the capital invested and the labor expended If not a change would be beneBcll perhaps A visit to the Southwest will open your eyes Outm Oklahoma the last big land opening is soon to take place firms are still very cheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louiiana and the Gulf Coast or Texas Let us give you full inflation about suctions You will want to see them you our illustrated literature I Very low rates one way and round trip to Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays of each moth 0Y c TeT r0 wr 07t 01f 1 Id J 3IIJ I i fr 7 it Q Jc 1lf0J JIvi v CJAJt Q ur e e comparefthem w re the examined r riiiIT 7p I DUEt roi r w Jc GEO H LEE Gen Pas Agt Little Rock Ark CornatzarAsstGenPasAgt Frtco MemphisTennJ s We go to Texas Gulf Coast on February 5th Round trip ticket only 3655 with 30 days limit Special car from Louisville to San Antonio Free chair cars etc Climate like oir May be sure to us We a pleasant outing We have a buyer for a farm on pike worth 1 r 600 List your property us ifyou want to sell Let usknow what you want if you want to buy Wallace Realty Company LANCASTER ftsk J H Insurance Nan 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will give out free with each i pound purchase of BORAX price Come at once and take advantage of this offer as you will need the Borax in the curing of ISBIES DRUG STORE e I I When these are gone we cannot secure more eet c ji 11 L tea Sr r Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention ef the Comings and Goings ly Those Mz Arc In Mr Simeon Anderson spent seve il days in Louisville this week Miss Dove Harris of Danville is vlsiLiuK Lancaster relatives Mrs S G Haselden has been visiti g her parents in Nicholas vi lie Miss Bettie Broaddus has been 1 e guest of her uncle David Ross Miss Mary Lewis Grimes is suffer g from a severe attack of neuralgia M Logan of New York has been in our city for a few days Mr and Mrs David Indorf and s n visited Danville relatives last week Miss Noreen Henry has returned from a visit to relatives in Covingt m Mr and Mrs W R Marrs of Kr vile have been visiting relatives S Haselden was in Louise He this week on outness for the Ii cl den Bros Mr and Mrs C F Detiman of have been visiting Lunea ter Mr Samuel Walter of Frankfort spent a few days here with ielat es and friends Mr and Mrs Alex West gave an elegant dinner to some of their Xmas week Mr and Mrs Henley V Bastin several days with Mrs C E D umau in Nicholasville r Miss Mabel Browning o has been the attractive of Miss Ethel West Miss Bettie Walker Burnside has been the guest Miss Stella of Paint Lick this week Mr and Mrs Henry V Bastin enter tained a uuunher of friends at a o clock dinner Xmas week Misses Annie Herndon and Jngie Kinnaird have been the guests Alma Lear at Faint Lick I Mrs J A McNeiss returned Friday after spending the with her parents in this city James Anderson and wife Lick have been the guests f his mother Mrs Susan Anderson J Misses Rachel Henry and Zunoue have been visiting at II Traylors Gilbert Creek Ky J Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick has been the of Miss Bettie Walker t lis weekMisses Bettie West and Bas tin have returned to school in ton after spending the at homeMr L Burnside who a position in a Louisville drugstore spent a few days with his mother in this city Mr W K Shugars wife und right little son of Broudhead been visiting his father W m Shugars I Miss Louise Kauffman has Louis after spending golf days with her mother Mrs Emiiii KaulFman I A McRoberts and who have been visiting Garrard county relatives have returned to home in Covington I Miss Annie Royston who most excellent position in a school spent several days with per pa rents in this city Mr Jerry Respiss who is with some railroad surveys in the South spent the with his family in this city J Sanford JournalRev R R was joined by his two daughters Dan ville Wednesday and they all to Garrard to visit Mr and Mi Wools Miss eUe Mae McRoberts who came to spend the holidays with her patients in this city has returned to Randolph Macon College at Lynch burg Va The following persons have been the guests of Rev C C Brown wife and two children of Greenup Miss AlMe of Knoxville Rev Jnp Yandell of StanfordMiss Belle Burnside who has been at home for the holidays has re turned to M on ticello where she has charge of the music class in the MenU cello College Mr and Mrs Jas I Hamilton left Tues day for Memphis they will spend the remainder of the winter It is possible they may go on to Florida before returning The boarders at the Simpson House presented Mrs U D Simpson with a handsome Xmas gift as a slight token of their appreciation of the splendid service given them Miss Mittie Dunn Garrards comp tent and faithful county dent of schools remembered The Record force with a box of delicious candy Xmas day Louis Landram who has been visiting in Louisville will return Her sister Mrs A H Rice of of City will accompany her for a Tlsit to her mother Mrs HA B Marks buryMi John R Mount who baa been Vending theHolidays with his r f I I Mr J C y IX Lanca er MrJoe Ni JO a ville i I fri nds s eut I Win I hes- ter gue I ter ix of Slits ome ho days ench Ma raret Mr W I I Mayo 1 I LoUIs h I J u d g r turned to St t e Mr Geo wi e tht r I h3 a leading hicago cJ netted I holia S oel I f uw vent I Jams I L R Taylor ffIIsup rluten I t I Mr I I t f rt Ac i I I relatives MeVh off pleasant gust Burnsid xi tug build 1 s Ids hat important l where Saturday that parsits xI 4 r3 f in this returned yesterday to his work in He 4s manager for a large lumber company there and has a fine position Mr J Lewis Gill left yesterday for Butte Montana where he will engage in business and make his permanent home Mr Gill carries with him the best wishes of a legion of warm rienas who trust that his fondest hopes will be realized The town was full of visitors this and last week and we put forth effort to get their names but fear many were missed If you have please ring up 43 and tell us We will appreciate the kindness It is impossibe for a newspaper man to know all the news Mr John Magee who has been a citizen of Lancaster for stone time left last week for Jackson Brethitt county where he has accepted a pOst tion as manager or a large coal mini During his residence in our city he and his estimable wife made many warm friends among our who regret to them up but wish them un hounded success in their new home They left this week for Jackson How to Cure Chilbains To enjoy fre dim from chilblains writes John Kemp East 0 fclield Me I apply Bucklehs Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excel lent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25c at R E McRoberts drug store lin STUDYING WOODLOTS What Ohio Experiment Station Is to Promote Forestry The Ohio station is plannng some important work relative the wood lots of the state In a recent com munication Prof Thoire says The farm is an important factor in timber production in Ohm Are these woodlots held at a profit or loss Undoubtedly there are some second growth timber tracts where the stand of trees of the best kinds is good enough so that the annual in yielding profitable returns There are many other wcodlots where the stand is poor or the trees are of inferior species which are not pay ing a fair rate of interest It is im portant that ererynne who is inter ested in forestry should know to which class his woodlot belongs Measurements and calculations will disclose at what rate a tract of tim ber is gOving into money and a careful study of the conditions will show it should be managed so as to make it more profitable The inves tigations referred to have in view the of the kinds of trees or mixture of trees which are yielding the greatest profits as they are found growing in natural second growth forests The station has al ready found that planted groves of catalra and may give returns exceeding ten dollars per acre While the natural forests may fall short of this it will prove true that they are growing into value much faster than is com monly supposed How to make them still more profitable especially those which are in had condition is a prob lem which the station is willing to try to help the owners to solve but at the outset it should be understood that numerous factors enter in which may experimentation necessary The station is to determine the prospective increase in value of tracts of timber but it may not be able in all cases to unreservedly recom mended a course of treatment which will insure satisfactory results with neglected wcodlcts So far as means will permit it is willing to cooperate in such work especially in represent ative cases The owner is to provide land and labor while the station will furnish plans and in some cases trees in order to put into operation and test certain methods which prom ise good results How It Impressed Him This exclaimed the guide as they stood at last on summit of the majestic Himalayas is the root or the world It is hey panted the American traveler Well its a blamed rough job of shinglia Chicago Tribune Source of Information- Mr Smith Mrs Brown seems to be ar unusually wellinformed woman Yrs wonder her cook has lived with all the other families in the neighborhood Chicago Daily Cught To Do you think that orator can throw any light on the subject he is going to talk about Helought to hes lanternjawed Detroit Free Did you hurt that man when you ran over him with your machine yes terdayNot a bIt He never knew what struck him Milwaukee Sentinel Source of Great Joy Usher at the weJdiag Are you a member of the family Guesi Im happy to say Im not Life Danger of Colds and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from other cause tact alone shoud make peope careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the beginning For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine In use for this disease It acts on plan loosens thecpuitn relieves the luivs opens the and aids nature in restoring the system to a Sold by R E Mc Roberts the reliable druggist at tan cuter lm j I i c every visitors y Doing to oo lot I i I ma e ready I the JonesNo NeII I IPressSudden I I This I j II 1 I i j t Alabama people give increase determination locust annually doubtless S any more natures secretions t J THE HEMLOCK FIR Some Facts Regarding This Valuable and Graceful Tree The hemlock fir Tsuga Canadensis Is a tall evergreen tree reaching a height of 80 to 100 feet with a trunk diameter of tour feet The young branches are slender and drooping at the tips making it the most graceful of our native evergreens The general appearance of the foliage is softer and I I I l I The Hemlock more plumelike than the spruces and balsam firs The leaves are flat blunt slightly above onehalf an inch long dark green above and pale beneath being so arranged by the twisting of their short petioles as to appear two ranked thus giving a fiat appearance to the twig The cones are as long or slightly longer than the leaves while the scales are broad and obtuse They hang from the tips of the branches and often persist for months after the seeds have fallen The wood is light I brown brittle and coarse grained weighing 2G pounds to the cubic foot It is employed in the building of barns and other rough buildings The range- i of the hemlock is from nova Scotia to Minnesota and south to Alabama The hemlock is not recognized by the United States Pharmacopoeia as having any medicinal properties nor does the oil of hemlock appear on its list of organic drugs but the bark cf the tree is used for tanning on account of the large per cent of tannin therein NO USELESS SOIL All Land Will Pay Reclaiming It Is Thought Gullies on hilly rolling land can be stopped and the land reclaimed by putting a light coat of timothy hay in the bottom of the ditch after the rainy reason is passed In the win ter feed cattle on the land by put ting the hay in the ditches I have had ditches on my farm that were once usless but have been reclaimed and now produce one and onehalf tons of hay to the acre Never plow in the gullies but plow up and down the hill beside them Never plow closer than two feet to the edge of the ditches Each year let the grass strip get a little wider Thus your high land will gradually level up I have some land that had been gullied but has now been producing grass for the past 20 years Once a set of grass has been oh uued in the gullies never plow it up The hay will always be getting better in the main leads and the smaller ones will be improving through the process of feeding hay to the cattle All land will pay reclaim ing declares the Farmers Review Very poor land gullies worst Manure from stables where the milch cows are fed hay is the very host manure for reclaiming such land FARM NOTES Hitch your horses in the field A strap and weight cost little They may save dollars where they cost centsRemember that the slightest touch of frost on the top of a squash will soil its keeping qualities If there is danger of a frosty night and you do not wish to gather them throw a bran sack over each one Dont fool any time away with glibtongued stranger who wants to sell you a mining stock that is going to double itself next week or any in vestment that promises a big per cent for the chances are that he cannot the goods Be careful about fixing traps for yourself when you are carrying bags of grain into the granary Make a good solid set of steps Many have fallen and broken their limbs or hurt themselves for life by trusting sto ram shackle ladders Dont you be one of themDraining makes heavy soil better How Makes it dry in wet times it can be worked earlier in the spring the land will not bake it is warmer it is more productive Any land on your farm that needs draining Now is the time to do it Mow CockleBurs I Mow the cockleburs and make a bonfire of them They look bad spoil the land for future crops and cause the farmer endless trouble Here In Indiana the law requires the to see to it that the weeds along the roadside are kept mowed down is a good law if the supervisor does his part of the duty With clear roadsides it is easier to solve the weed A Hopeless Case Think of your duty to the public said the earnest The public isnt doing anything for me replied the man with the acidu lous expression- I Then think of your duty to Posterity hasnt done anything for me either The only people who have done anything much for our present generation are our ancestors And they didnt make a very good Job of I it Washington Star I I i I the- deliver I his p I mau- I I I L j r contained a supervisors o lem- I posterity x j1 Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and long stem I I L J IftMSS MIssss111ss4 j LANCASTER 11I11 Ross j I Stanfor Greenhouse Rs are W fOm1 IIiJ Noai 1 received dailyfrotn These secea nnn 4- It IOREENOUSE I i Richmond Street I Lancaster t Kentrzcky Xmas Window Decorations orll1l1t J a I Holly I I Lw I S WREATHS FOit oo e0oooooeeeo+ JOHN CURISfMAN J Phone n j Proprietor 15- 7oeeeesooo4os FuneralI flowers I Floral 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at last succeeded in securing them through the of theK tacky State Historicnl Society In order to place these pictures Jp a pcrtnaae t forts theyha e beta rr aje fc group in an Atlas with latest census all the presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of mil nation steamship of the War also late napsof the Stales Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports the last three natioaal a and much other historical information Thto nhiM and Atla to FREE to AU EVENKiO send 300 fora fall years satecnpuoa by mail scription price by or agent is 10 cents The Evenin e Post six or more editions dairy arn the latest ia w t each reader according to the time that itwill reach them The Evening Post is first ia everything and has the sot State mmi reports For all the people sad against the grafter Independent always the Ho Cflf fiKtfKf Wt T ofaD KCDt rlltatisti l ama PEST But ter or months Understand that rates are by only and that tile carrier per week edition market LOUIS CIIutE t fi i i 0 as taace a es of Pan 3val bie MJUS eow a freshaw mews bat For t r ilci M Ps wIhis t Y rp CiJ g f w jp F i I INHMS CHILDRLN tionCIft ssaBdBestfoataiDs neiIIIr- rOpmmMorp1 norMinPr- n1BoTNxacOTIC IU JsIrrrERemedy fortonsGp Lion Sour VOI SLEEP tacSiHile Signatun of NEW YORK IxACT COPYOF WRAPPER TiT1IJtuHJijA7- egcbbcPreparalionThrAs LktbcSkathsai1BoweIscf nessxidLOSSOF THE URC o o AT won POLYGLOT GOSPEL IN HAWAII Most Encouraging Report of Work Done in Island Dr Doremus Scudders annual of the progress of the evangelical churches of Hawaii is the most en couraging of recent years These churches are in five groups The race is the Japanese vith ten churches It is to be doubted whether an equivalent gain marked any other year of work since effort for this people was begun in Hawaii Xew and able evangelists liave been sent to them from Japan One of these churches with two Sun day schools a young mens society of 124 and a field of 13 districts each having its corps of house to house vis itors leads the territory in organiza tion and effective service The Portu guese churches are awakening to a new zeal in missionary effort in which a number of educated Portuguese young men are enlisted The six Chinese churches are likely soon to increase to ten Eight day schools are maintained for Chinese in Within six months more than 1200 cases have been treated in the two dispensaries of the Chinese hos pital Three evangelists and a Bible woman have come from China to re enforce the work A new China is be ing created in the younger generation an Hawaii Of the 54 native Hawaiian churches 27 had additions on and seven of the ten union churches He is false to his God who fears to be true to himself CHRISTIANIZATION OF PARIAHS whop of Madras Predicts Great Progress in Fifty Years Christianization of the Pariahs The bishop of Madras does not think it rash to prophesy that within 50 years there will be in the Telugn country alone a large and vigorous community of 2000000 Christians He adds Among the converts from the lower strata of Hindu society the effect of Christianity is remarkable Scores of Christians whose fathers were pariahs living as serfs without hope in this world or the next are now welledu cated men fit for positions of trust and responsibility and bright ex amples of Christian faith and have visited village after village where the Christians of pariah origin are the best educated and most moral class in the community I feel sure that when the whole 2000000 pariahs are converted to Christianity they will be raised from the bottom right up to the top of the social scale and form a marvelous witness to the power of Christ such as no age has seen since the days of the apostles We see now ibnt the beginning of a mighty move jment that will revolutionize the whole ifabric of Hindu society and Indian thought It is no vain dream that Within this present century India will become a Christian land inspired by Christian ideals and dominated by Christian principles Fruit M eternity needs the of time N i Poor Pay in the Ministry It Is said that the umber of young men who are entering colleges this fall with the intention of studying for the ministry is smaller than ever before for a bag term of years There Is no mystery aboat this The reason is as plain sad as Hideous as a big IH a pleasant meadow says the Utica N Y Observer The ministry as a profession does not afford to the yowag man the financial induce meats that may be found in other professions or im the broad highway of the specialist This is tile reason There is mo other explanation for the shortage of theological stedeats It is Being predominant Honolulu confession conduc- tI I frosts signboard report missionary B I I JJ I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASIORIA CASIORIAnr a quesuon of cash VHen a young man with strong religious tendencies makes up his mind to study electricity forestry mechanics medicine law or almost any of the branches which will fit him to take part in the great industrial world do not wonder that he has not taken up the ministry Look for the reason to the congregations he might serve and see it in the fact that as a rule of the gospel are paid beggarly salaries No man loses any of his own light by kindling it in others London OpenAir Meetings London has five regularly built openair pulpits from which there is preaching and the results have been so good that other churches are con sidering the question of having such pulpits built upon the outside of their edifices CORN CUTTING TO SAVE TIME Method of Handling a SixtyFour Hill Shock A farmer of Bond county Ill sug gests a plan for cutting a 64hiIl shock of corn in such a manner as to steps and carrying His plan is illustrated by the cut The circles in the center represent the four hills over which the shock is to be built These are to be bent tcgether if or if a jack is used may be cut at once When the foundation for the shock is ready the cutter goes to No 1 and cuts in the direction of the numbers until he reaches No 8 After placing his armful in the shock he begins again at No 9 and cuts to engineering ministers desired minimize Diagram of the Plan No 16 In other words he cuts each hill in the order that it is numbered beginning each time at the hill marked by a circle and ending with the hill marked with the square hen he comes to the last hill which is No GO he has cut the entire 64hill shock and at the least cost of CABBAGE PULLING DEVICE It Will Aid in Pulling the Crops by the Roots Where cabbages are being to be preserved for some time it is necessary to pull them with the stalks attached To aid in this work an arrangement such as shown in the cut is very useful says Farm and Home Take two pieces of stiff I abor r harvested Cabbage Pulling Device board two Inches wide and fasten them together as shown in the with one end separated by a wedge Drive several nails through the han dIe to hold it and clinch them Taper off the point of the fork and round off the handle and you are ready for business Insert the fork under the cabbage head astride of the stem and lift upward and it will come out without the usual back breaking strain If the cabbage that is not headed good this fall is burled with the roots on they will make nice white heads in the ground The root must be cov ered with earth BO it cannot freeze Farm and Home Cover the onion sets this fall with a dressing of well rotted stable manure It will keep them from freezing adthey will seed BO cultivation in the cut securely I I 4 L I FOR THE GARDEN Kinds of Hoes That Will Prove Useful in Cultivating Vegetables For general use in the garden I like a business hoe one that is wide so as to cut over a large surface or move a good lot of soil at stroke and sharp so as to cut deep and easy A good file ought to be kept near at hand But we also want hoes that can be used in weeding and especially in weeding onions grown by the method They stand several inches apart and will admit of work transplanting pack HOES IN VARIETY 1 Light and sharp 2 worn out hoe cut down for weeds 3 onion hoe 4 new style ing among them with a narrow bladed hoe I used to take an old well worn hoe one practically past its usefulness and cut the blade down at both sides so as to leave it from to corner only two or two and onehalf inches wide and the corners themselves at an acute angle says a writer in Farm and Fireside As to the new style hoe it is surely sharp and I believe of just the right form to be serviceable for use as a weeder in onions and other close planted stuff In short with hoes of the right kind it seems to be not much of a curse to be the man with the hoe INITIATIVE IN FARMING It Is the Ability to Originate New Methods What is called initiative is the ability to begin a new thing without that new thing being suggested by the example or the words of another Few people comparatively have this power of initiative The ones that have it are the ones that lead in new enterprises The faculty is acquired by study and by using methods to get tLe mind out of the ruts Initiative is needed on the farm as well as else where It is a difficult thing for a farmer to begin any entirely new process yet the beginning of a new process in farming is often in its effects Because men find it so difficult to originate new thoughts is the reason why the of the race has been slow up to the last hundred years in which time this quality of the mind has been greatly stimulated Perhaps this has in itself been due to imitation the world desiring to imitate the men that have made great successes by new things In the domain of farming says Farmers Review we have had the illustrious exfSiiple of such men as have brought to light the presence of the tubercle of the legu minous plants and those that have shown the way to raise subtropical plants in our northern climate in farming will yet give us new processes of which our minds have not yet formed a conception COWPEAS FOR LAWNS Grown and Plowed Under They Help Get Good Stand of Grass The great value of cowpeas as a gatherer and natural fertilizer has long been known Their in making lawns should be better understood Under the most favorable conditions it is quite a seri ous task to get a lawn well started The usual result of digging the cellar and grading the lawn is that the good soil is removed or covered with sub soil Cowpeas will mellow such soil and put fertility into it sooner and more effectively than any other plant In the South cowpeas are exten sively used for this purpose In the villages and small cities one sees a crop of cowpeas in front of the new houses everywhere Usually one crop Is enough to prepare the soil for lawn grasses but on very poor soil two crops may be required The soil is thereby put into the right physical condition nitrogen and mus are added and weeds are choked out completely Keep a keen eye on your hard earned cash Eyer hear of a harness thief trace behind him The man who wants to find fault neednt as a rule climb over his own fenceTurn to the right is the rule of the road and it Is also the only safe rule of life One ear of good pelected seed corn hanging bY the husks in a cool airy place protected from mice and spar rows is worth nine in the shock Farm Journal Lessons from Missionaries A Christian worker once said The lessQns I learn from the lives of are invaluable J Hudson Taylor teaches me the supremacy of childlike faith Mackay of Formosa the transforming power of force and the reaching of Jesus Paton of the New Hebrides how holy a passion is love for souls An drew Murray and George Mueller that praying availeth Sheldon Jackson and Edgerton Young that Arctic snows cannot cool a naming zeal for Christ development initiating Initiative importance hUe NOTES missionaries concentrated oj corner revolutionary nitrogen leaving- S L Mrs Cyntbia Duncan Ky Says 1 had occasion to use Bourfrn Poultry Citre with my turkeys year it cured them I oalyltsfc one dont think I would have lost if 1 had usjd the medicine sooner I Sold and guaranteed l v Mount EikSn W T Iiilenuer LfXington K Says I have used Bourbon Remedy and I think it is the oul Remedy made that will cure and pre vent hog cholera Sold and guarantee by Mount Elkin F P Clay Ky Says I car recommed Bourbon Poultry Cure tci who has unhealthy fowls as I had raatsuucess with it on my own flock Ou several occasions I cured chickens that were too sick to walk or stand little of the medicine in the drinking fountain as I think it keeps the fowls in a healthy condition Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Has it Occurred To You that it is really not coal but beat that you areXuying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the pound Our Banne Coal is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can sup ply it J A Jones 8 14tf ATTEND SMITHS RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS COLLEGE We advise all young men and women wishing a Business Education Typewriting or Telegraphy to attend the Commercial College of University for 30 years under the presidency of Prof Wilbur R Smith Prof Smith refers to thousands of successful graduates among whom are large number in this place and vicinity in banks mercantile offices The demand fur grad College has exceeded supply Beware of any irresponsible College promising situations It pay to attend the best For full particu lars of the old and reliable Commercial College of Kentucky University ad R Smith Lexington Ky Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the MaN 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 to and Hug Cliulci JrParis anyone ha up 1 frequently put a easily Shorthand Kentucky uates of this it dressWilbur s S ti another s I- l I I- IIi SURE SAFE S SPEEDY Wjran aaixraHe wf 6rer with Kidney LIVER ad RHEUMATISM wu cured with ow Battle in 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM Denns 5SS Co Columbus O CURES Drwgists II I Also sold by if f FR1SK1K Dragstgi Revised Mythology The serpents were twining them selves around Loacoon and his two sonsGreat snakes he exclaimed This is worse than being strangled by the octopusBut he did not imagine that they were doomed to die a lingering death in all the art museums through succeeding Tribune HAD EARNED IT agesChicago S fJfpw sir look me in the face and deny if you dare that you married me for money He raised his eyes until they were directed to her countenance and Well I think I earnt the cash dont you dear Not Heroic How dare you kiss me sir ex claimed the indignant maid The man laughed a little tantalizing laugh Oh it was hardly a deed of dar lag he replied I dont believe in the microbe theory Chicago Daily Fleeting Impression You think the lightning struck ypu TommyI it did It hit me on the headHow did It feel I cant remember It went in at one ear and out at the other Chi cago Tribune Brown Study How do you intend to have the study decorated Mrs Goldrock- sI think Ill have it decorated In deep brown replied Mrs Goldrocks My husband always likes to sit in a deep brown study Milwauk falter d ept1DfitL d j ewa 4 o A GOOD PAINT AS AN ASSET Farm Buildings Should Be Kept Well Protected to Prevent Less Among all the routine expenses rf the property owner there is none that yields more satisfactory returns than good paint In this respect it is like fire insurance but with a difference Fire is accidental and when an in sured building burns the insurance company pays a good proportion of the cost of rebuilding lint when a building suffers for the lack of paint as it must suffer if painting is neg lected the owner bears the entire loss It is the height of improvidence therefore to allow a property to de teriorate for the lack of a coat of good paint in season for paint is not only a form of insurance that pays its own premiums but in the selling value it adds to a building it is an actual cash assetThe best time to paint is in the spring or the fall when the weather is settled and paint applied at the proper time will wear better and better than if applied at an season For ordinary use there is nothing uperior to the better grades of ready nixed paints put on the market by esponsible manufacturers They bought anywhere in convenient uantities and of any desired tint or hade from local dealers A little in uiry regarding the local record of ny such paint offered for sale will sually enable the consumer to judge qualityJ the selection of the should be left to a good painter who will get better results with less material from any form of paint than the unskilled iiovice can obtain WITCHHAZEL A Description of This Valuable Shrub The witchhazel Hamamelis Vir is a shrub or small tree with maximum height of 25 feet usually sending up from the ground numerous diverging stems The bark is light brown broken into small thin scales anfl covers a hard closegrained wood light brown in color slightly tinged with red Later in the autumn as the leaves are falling clusters of bright yellow f protect unfavorable cane I Medicinal I WitchHazel flowerf appear upon the sides of the branches They each have four slender petals four short stamens and a twocelled ovary The fruit is a woody capsule containing a single hard sjed in each of its two cells The sf d ripens in the fall following the Severing and when the capsule bursts t is hurled a considerable dis tance The witchhazel is found in low woods Nova Scotia to Manitoba extending its range as far south as Texas Many supersti tions connected with it By its help springs of water con cealed and rich are said to have been discovered Its magic power Is doubtless imaginary but from bark and leaves distilled in alcohol a fluid extract is made with soothing and healing prop Arties J MIKING ICE AT HOME How It 1 Can Be Done During the Severe Cold Weather Secure several vessels with flaring sides liki tubs halfbarrels or large pails them thoroughly Then when the first severe freezing wea ther sets In place these vessels filled with well JKater to a depth of one foot exposed places One or tws nlghaof freezing will convert the wateV iatt TL solid cake of Ice and about 20 tubs will mails a ton To secure clear ice stir toe water Vigorously for a while before allow ing to freezes to cause the air to leave it When frozen solid set the tub for a moment in some boiling and the cake can be removed eas fly Place these blocks into storage at once and refill the tubs A few days of zero weather will in this way provide several tons of good ice Four or five tons will supply an average family for the entire summer If you have no good ice house Farm and Home suggests the inclosing of a bin in the corner of the barn Build a box on the north side of the and protect it with a good layer of straw or hay Provide for drainage anti ventilation with an opening for removing the ice at the top A space ten feet each way will hold eight to ten Pack well in sawdust and cpyer the whole with a pile of hay and rim will have ice all summer If you ever get land hungry just get at it and what you have a little better You wont be sorry Sometimes Got Foolish Npw dear you must not worry while I am gone You wont will you Ill try not to Jack but you know how foolish I get at kee Sentinel The Mode Johnny has got the political job he was after and hes kicking all the time What does he want anyway- A bigger of course Detroit Free Press long and h den treasure it remarkable I I I an Clean cleat n water storage w rk t timesMilwau t 7 rorn bridal ale ors I barn tons one QUARTERLY ItEPOKT 3IJ jjuili fuiiit liilii AT TUE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Dec 31St 1906 Loans and Discounts line from t Rink CiiMklnu Uf Lor Mortuaeeal ir Furniture and Fixtures LIABIlITIES I i oooio Surplus Fund 7J500 u UndivileU Profits ir iDeposits subject to eheet Wli i s Highest amount of indebtedness of or the liability of tieindividual members thereof directly or indirectly it unch indebtedness ex 20 per cent of capital stock ac tualiy in nnd actual amount of surplus of tlie batik Xone Highest amount of indebtedness ofany director or ouSter if amount of such indebtedness exceed 10 j or cent 1 paidupcapital stock of biuk None Does amount of indebtedness of person or firm including in the liability of the or firm tinof the individual niemltrs tlureof exceed V percent of puidnn Capital and actual surplus Amount of last dividend co Were alt expenses losses interest and taxe de ducted therefrom be fore declaring divi not less than 10 per cent of for the period covered by the dividend car ned to the surplus fundbcfor dend was declared Yes W G Kemper Cashier State of Kentucky County of Garrard sa j W T of Peoples Hank of Paint Lick Ky a thank Joinsbusiness in the town of Paint Lick in said t county helm duly sworn that the forego report is in nil true statement of the condition of the said Hank at the close of business on the Hsi day of December lyUtf to the test of his knowledge and belief and fur tier ys that the business of said ISauk has been transacted the location named awl not else where and that the above report is made in compliance with an oltiial notice received from the Secretary of the 3lst day of nee IWX as the day on which report small be made Subscribed unit sworn to before me bv W G I Kemper cashier on the 31st of Dee j B Estridjie Notary InblieGarrard Kentucky Commission expires Feb 10 1 10 i j I OF TIlE I I 1 I I JESOCI Nrc 0 Nat 24 I lOO 10 I I Gt UtI 6 1000 to Capital Stock Ut SUPlLyi11 IXT trY orfirmlln stir l Iwas net profits ofth hank I md SISa I t county i 3 3 I POJ1 Ky ii iti 5itCItCurre iiirs tin connuv ISO State designating LO- A 31 Coy J isuoods J S Burrows Directors QUARTERLY REPORT Bank Of Brvantsville AT TIlE CLOSE OF KUSIXESS Dec 31 1906 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts art t Overdrafts securtd Sti isDue from National Iatik 14112 45 Due from State Bunks und Bankers Due from Trust Companies Bmkiuir House and Lot 2511 25 Other Real Estate Uortgages US Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie J fiio iB Currency 2SH7 W 2077 35 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as Cash 31 SI Fixtures L7i JS Fund to Current Expenses Last Quar ter ris W 5JS19I Give description location value and how owned all real estate ex cept banking house and lot if anr owned longer than live years Xoiie Total 174SS li LIABILITIES Capital Stock Patti in in cash f 15000 00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profit 127G 66 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to is not paid SiCViTS Cfi 294173 to Deposits subject to check depositsonTime of on Saving deposits on which interest is Certified Checks Due National Banks 279 IK Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Bills rediscounted 1509 Oo Unpaid dividends Taxes and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of of any stockholder company or firm including in the liability- of the or the liability of the individual members thereof directly- or indirectly if such debtness exceeds 20 per nut of capital stock actu ally and actual surplus of thu hank No How is indebtedness jited J Ji in above item r5 curt Highest amount of indebted s ness of any director or offi cer if amount of such In debtedness exceeds Io per asfe pent of p capital tockof bank 3s How is same secured r v Does amount of indebtedness v of or fli m including the liabilcompany or firm the liability of the Individ nal members thereof oeed3o of paid capital and actual surplus Xo suchindebtedness Xo Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses in deductedtherefrom dividend and was not loss than to per ceiit pf netprofits of the hank for the covered by the divi surplusfundwas declared No Total 470KS4S County of Garrard ss J C Williams Bank of a Bank located and doing business in thetown of said county being du said Bank at of business on the 31st na further says that ab ve made in compliance with an State designating the 31st day of Dec 1906 the on such report shall be made J C WILUAXS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me J CWilliams the 2nd day of Jan 1907 Kentucky My Commission expires A T Scott OF TIlE 1Overdrafts nnseured 21 J II90 Furniture and m cheek on which I paid interest is I I f No i p n e per cent t State of Clsbi r respectsday of to the best of hisand beIfef ss locationreportis omcal time Secretary of as by Alta Boner Public Gayyard Count March W W Burnside I DIredera pay Taxes i ton which 4 indebtedness ainount Kentucky the close Dee 196 knowledge R and Folcys Kcrey and Tar not only tops the cough but he Is and the lungs and prevents serious re suits from a cold i There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Folsys Honoy and Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lun js and may develop into pneumonia over night i If you brve a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Fc5eyfS Honey SSnd TT22 will can you quiclcly and strengthen your lungs Remember tbt name FsJeys Honay and TSZ and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chariots with some unknona preparation that costs you the son 2 when you can get JfOW RO roors a d is safe rind certaia irn results Contairis Avtsr Physicians Said 2 Had CcnsKiaptlcn E H Jones Pistor3r E Church Grove 3Id writes About seven or elghtyears which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try z sample Of Folsys Honey anti Tar which gave rue so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Tyro or three bottlsa cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my threat or lungs sines that time Three sizes 25e SGc 100 The 50 cent size contains two nail onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle most six times as much SOLD H3 BY For sle bv L C T trmes STRANGE ADVICE I WgftWL1It sl t1 a2n I O 1 ii is- I J U CI e CooghsanrlCnlds Pn Ts pIa Cons m tion t Fey5 HCrtoj that a r had a very cold e ECO mENDED E S a Ht Ukr strengthens tii Tz cost e opiates Cute a ago severe L rs alert er5o at aitestltm to lila great hmnaaitann contract our Almanac for manyyears have given unusual advice to those afflic ted with colds throat or troubles or consumption We have told bottle of German to consult their doctor QWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles the case in the advertising of marry other remedies Our confidence in Syrup makes it possible for us to give such We know by the ex of over 35 years that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily re lieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or troubles and that even in bad cases one bottle of German Syrup work wonders New trial 250 rug ular size 750 At all druggists For sale K K IHcKobert dome and See OUR FALL GOODS are now ready for your in all fresh and new aiu our prices are right FORBES LACKEY McCREARY O YCAHS PATENTS Anyone sending a sketch and des julcklr ascertain onr opinion free iBTention UOBS conndentlal sent free Oldest for securing Patents tafcen through Jt SckKJific ftA fcandsomelr Illustrate weekly of any scieriuae ifoarmonth3il Sola by all Dr C c Grern tIn specialbenefit German pe ence ofconsumption Jar e Jby jee Th iaBo are 1 i past ire lung ass xL 13 prObably iitentahle harm scIisL eDUce tthout Cbiarrze In the tloti esr s- S