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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 11 W07 t r H I smW rZ Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co We offer this week Special Cut Prices on the celebrated Crossett Shoes 350 Shoes go at 290 400 Shoes go at 320 5Oo Shoes go at 425 Come early and get the benefit of these great bargains Come see our immense atock of Handsome Presents for the Holidays We have useful and pretty gifts which the recipients will certainly Tie Joseph Mercantile Co Conn Brothers Carriages Hardware Farm Implements Machine Shop Engines and Boilers Repaired For Sale R RENT Blacksmith Shop on Lexington Pike in iffy of Lancaster known as the Green and formerly owned by Tom Mc L is one of the best stands in with dwelling above J Wr fi r V I III 1 appreciateI I I I pr jlJ i rlii 4 fOOOOO e tf OJ e I t F The op This I l t and Y TON x age 28 connived at Preachersville Sunday by cut ting his throat with a razor If you packages to send to Dan yUle or want one brought from there Hatcher the stage man It will be attended to all right tf Good prospects for a hotel and warehouse Just a little more help needed Will you do your part Ifso speak out and say how much you are in Central Tobacco Ware House first sale after sold for Mr B F Kelly of Garrard his crop of tobacco 6 hhds 2250 18 78 18 50 1375 1350 and 1050 total average Good Resolutions Get out those good resolutions you made last January and brush them up a little None of them were kept and they are just as good as new ones Mr Albert McHalam and Miss Helen Conn two prominent young people were married Sunday by Rev Mr Will iams pastor of the Methodist church A number of friends were present and the wedding a very pretty one Back In Post Office The patrons of the Lancaster post office are very glad indeed to see the smiling countenance of Biliie West in the office He is one of the best clerks the Lancaster office ever haa polite careful and painstaking Good Service to Danville Jas Hatcher proprietor of the Dan ville stage line is prepared to carry oassengers in the best and most manner A good wagon fast horses plenty of rugs and good foot warmers make the trip one of pleasure Ride with him and go in comfort tf Will Get Rebates When the expenses of the late State Democratie primary were paid there was 3500 left in the treasury This was rebated to the different candidates each of whom received from 75 for the minor offices where two ran up to 290 for the larger places where there was only one candidate A Correction- In our write up of the Garrard Bank and Trust Co in last issue of The Record we spoke of Mr D A Thomas as teller when it should have been assistant cashier Mr Thomas is a gentleman of wide experience in the banking business and was selected from a number of fine applications for the place The new institution did well to secure his services Two Kinds of Kickers The kickers on the farm are not o hard to get along with as the kickers in town On the farm there is the kicking cow and our longeared friend the mule while in town there is the old mossback who wants all the muni cipal improvements without paying for them The cow may be sold for beef the mule traded for a shotgun but nothing but a funeral will get rid of the town kicker Dissolution The firm of West Herndon has been dissolved Mr W B West retiring Mr Lewis Herndon will continue the business at the old stand and will only high grade pianos organs sewing machines and graphophones He will have complete stock of sheet music and graphaphone records all at lowest prices If you are thinking of buying anything in his line let him I know and make you prices on same Officers Garrard Bank Trust Co Ollie Naylor suicide have see Jas tobacco 1628 comfortable handle r holidays 1907 dn B E McRoBKBTS PREST J W XUCORK PASSSI J i z THE TIME IS RIPE Everybody Wants a New Hotel Now is Time for Citizens to Get Together and Do Something What helps a town more than a large roomy upto date hotel If anyone will give a satisfactory answer he may go to the head of the class Seldom does a day pass that we dont hear the question asked Why dont you show some spirit of enterprise wake up your purse strings and build a hotel on that vacant lot This has been talked of so long that we rejoice in saying that there is a move on to build and It the monied people will only get together they can formulate a plan whereby a hotel can be built at a very reasonable price the investment will bring them good and the cash will be amply secure tooSome of our more public spirited men men of means have been talking about the matter and we are that if several others will shake the moss off their backs and come out for progress work can be commenced in the spring on a house of which any town may feel proud This can be done in only one way mind you and that is by people who are able to do so coming to the front and showing to the world that they love their town and are not too to invest a little cash to help make their town one of beauty and comfort We never ride on a local train that we do not bear traveling men knocking on Lan caster Now why A number of local people have been talking over the matter and find that a house can be erected with plenty of room be substantially made of the most modern design and not cost an unreasonable figure The only thing necessary is for a few more men of means to come to the front and the building is assured If you are in terested in this all important matter talk about it consult with your neigh bor and you will soon see the proper intrest aroused and the matter pushed to a successful end We do not be lieve there is a business man in Lancaster who is not in favor of this but if every fellow sits around and waits for someone else to do the push ing there will be nothing doing Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will begin at the Methodist church next Monday night at seven oclock The meeting will be conducted by Rev F M Hill Conference Evangelist Mr Hill is well known to our people he having had charge of the local church for some time He has many warm friends in Lancaster who will be glad of the opportunity of hearing him again Worthy Man Honored The legion of friends of Mayor Cla ence E Woods of Richmond are de lighted to know that he was re elected Grand Recorder of the Sigma Nu Fra ternityone of the largsst bodies of the kind in the United States He also given a raise in salary He is edi tor of the Delta the paper of the order which furnishes opportunity to put in practice his splendid talent for Mr Woods is a gentleman in everything the word implies and has a heart as big as a feed basket The newspaper boys love him and are over joyed at the honor shown him Kentucky Corn Bread Land of the luscious indescribvble and ever conquering corn bread we hail tbee Other States have their own dread but no corn bread on earth ever reaches the right spot in the hungry mans mokeup like that Kentuckp Corn bread is the Kentucky house wifes monument See the genuine corn bread any where or even the imitation and the mind must instinctively to old with all its treasures and tra pitfoMof corn bread making This verilyte a land of corn and wine alandof bread and vineyard See the Kentucky household gathered about hospi tables tables to realize the truth of Victor Hugo Oh the love of a motherlove no one forgets miracu lous bread which God distributes and multiplies board always spread by the paternal hearth where each has his portion and all have it entire Ex For a Noble Cause Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard was here Saturday to see some of the lead Ing Chistian people of In to giving a concert in Lancaster for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the Christian church just erected at Crab Orchard It will be that this church was blown down by a cyclone sometime ago and the congregation which is small in num bers bas been working bard to raise funds to rebuild A neat little has been built but they are hay ing a hard fight to get it paid for It was decided to secure the services of Mrs Anna R Rentz and Mrs Nellie DeMarque Gibbs of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music a coq reading at several neighbor ing towns It was agreed Saturday to have this entertainment in Lancas ter Friday night the 18th is a chance for the people to show their desire to help along something for the cause of and at the same time enjoy a spendid entertain scent the program in this issue and when you are asked to buy a ticket I people was wrIt- ing ofold goback Kentucky thetown regard remembered structure togive unloose return satisfied tight skined Kentucky cert and Nowhere Christ See do eo Cheer uloew If you are for the new hotel put your shoulder to the wheel and push Ben F Potts the well known miller and mecbinist died at the home of on Richmond street Wednesday and will be buried at Buckeye this afternoon Thursday Week of Prayer The week of prayer has been greatly enjoyed and will result in much good The ministers have conducted the services one of them preaching a at each meeting Friday evening services will be conducted in the Pres byterian church Saturday at the Methodist and Sunday evening in the Christian church closing the meetings Everybody is cordially invited to these meetings A Delightful Occasion The copy of our writeup of the given New Years eve was and we did not know it was gone until too late to set for last issue occasion was the most the season a prettier bunch of girls were never together and Saxton Trosts band never made better Those who know what they are talking about said the music was the best ever furnished in Lancaster Banks Elect Officers Tuesday was annual election day for the banks in Lancaster and the follow lug directors were chosen At the National Bank the same were reelected They are John E Storme S C Denny A R Denny S D Cochran and A C Robinson The Citizens National Bank also their same directors They are L Y I avell J J Walker T M Arnold J S Johnson and B F Hud sonThe Bank Trust Co the following Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson J B Sanders J R Haselden R L Elkin V A Lear I M Dunn R L Burton W L Lawson T J Pierce L K Perkins Woods W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin Rankin R I Burton Anderson The death of Mrs Susan Anderson which occurred Sunday afternoon cast a deep gloom over the en tire community as no lady ever in Lancaster who was more un ersally beloved and respected She was in her eightyfourth year but was blessed with good health until within the last few months when she was forced to remain indoors her extreme age causing weekness which prevented her walking about very much Mrs Anderson affectionately called Aunt Susan by her legion of friends was a member of the Christian church and a more devoted or conscientious mem ber could not be found She was never so happy as when doing some kindness and her deeds will live many years hence She was well posted on the history of her native town and county and her memory of dates and names wife remarkable indeed Fu neral services were conducted at the residence on Lexington street Tues day Eld F M Tinder officiat ing the interment following at the Lancaster Cemetery The family have the deepest sympathy in their great bereavement While their grief is great it certainly is a great to them to know that the sweet pure life just ended won for her a rich reward in the Great Beyond where all trouble and sickness are unknown Col B F Robinson After a lingering illness Col B F Robinson died at the home of his son Mr C A Robinson on the Lexington pike Saturday As stated in a recent issue of The Record he had been in dhclimng health for some years his active life and increasing age having commenced to show on him some time before he gave up business Garrard county never had a more prominent and more popular citizen than was Col Robinson In early life he entered the stock business trading principally in cattle and hogs He was an expert buy er and made more money than any man in the county For many years he took an active part in politics He was a democrat of theoldline type and his counsel and work was of untold benefit to his party He was eightyfive years of age and leaves four sons Messers Thomas B Morton George B and Curt A and three daughters Me dames Henry and Dave Dunn and Mrs Wm Baughman of Two of his T B and C A have served as sheriff of Garrard countyCol came of a very large family one who was known far and wide blgbeartedness kindness and above all other fact that they never deserted a friend Col Robinsons determination and success at living up to these noble traits are too well known to the people of Lan caster to need stating by this paper He will be greatly missed not only by the family but by the business men of Garrard county The funeral was conducted the residence Sunday Eld FH Tinder offi the burial taking place at the Cemetery Stolen A horse stolen from my place on Crab Orchard pike about one mile from Lancaster on Monday night January 7tb 1907 a bay horse about fifteen bands high two white hind feet a small star in his forehead Any man that returns the horse willre ctite a liberal reward Frank Todd i sermon attend misplaced delightful- of Garra d H K W R Cook E L Tel resided i consolation Danville sons for traitsthe a t afternoon bison music directors reelected elected afternoon Lancaster i S THINK THIS OVER An Opportunity to Help the Farmers Build Up Lancaster and at Same Time Make Good Investment This week several prominent busi ness men were discussing the plan of establishing a tobacco warehouse In Lancaster one large enough and well enough equipped to handle the vast amount of the weed grown in this section The Record made an invests gation and finds that Garrard county produces annually no less than three millions pounds of tobacco At the prevailing prices this will bring no less than eight cents a pound to the producer With only oue warehouse in Lancaster at least onethird of this crop could be marketed here This would bring thousands of dollars here which would pass through the Lancaster banks and most of it remain on deposit with Lancaster merchants At present with the exception of the large warehouse at Paint Lick there are no facilities in Garrardfcoun ty for handling the large crop and buyers outside the county and the city buyers get it all A farmer or most of them wants his money when a crop is ready for market Now say there was an institution in Lancaster perfectly able to buy this crop of or anything else and the farmer could haul in his stuff get his money and not be told Well youll have to wait until I am prepared to accept your crop Now why can not some of the idle money in Lancaster and Garrard county be put to this use In addition to being an inestimable be nefit to the people it will bring agreat er rate of intrest than most any in vestment to be is safe honorable investments The Record suggests that the busi ness men of the town and county think this matter over talk it among themselves then let some hustlers get together and formulate the plan Now is the time to take it up and it to a successful end If you have money invest it where it will bring you good intrest but while you are doing so lend a little help to your town and county thus enhancing the value of the property you have The Womans Home Missionary Society will meet at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at three oclock All members and all ladies interested in the work are urged to be present Changes The real estate agency of Hughes Swinebroad the latter as attorney at law can now be found over Mount Elkins hardware store northwest corner Public Sqnare Phone No 221 A Pointer You can fix up a town too much for its own good Tte more you it the more people are going to come there to live The man who made the foregoing statement spoke the truth in mighty chunks says the Millersburg Farmer When a stranger visits a town whether he contemplates a change of residence or not he always uses his eyes If he sees the streets in good conditions fine residences good busi ness houses nice shady streets and well kept lawns he naturally that business conditions in the town are good and that its citizens are prosperous and enterprising If he is looking for a location he will want to move into that town and if he is not he will mention the place to some of his friends who are and will speak a good word for it It takes but little extra work to keep up the town and that little work is a powerful factor in building up a city Say Man When you begin to think that you are the only real thing that ever hap pened just cut this out and paste it in your hat Man is a funny cuss and hasnt long to stay he flies around and makes a fuss and then hikes away Some men imagine they are great and try to tear up jack but each one meets the same old fate trcts the same old track Great Caesar is dead and turned so is Cicero and Alexanders gone the way the rest of us must go The sages heroes poets all the of wealth and worth into an open must fall and crumble back to earth Human Nature Fragile JkfiAher year has nearly passed to endless train of Time Dur lag tilrtime we have all had our lit ti hopes sorrows failures sad sue cesses Few have done their bet either toward theaeelves or others to whom they says the Har rodsburg Heralds Bt after all a mans worth and q Hty of character are determined not n much br hte failures as his ability to rise superior to them and get up fall of fight after every falL It is this quality of re siliency that counts Hunan nature Is fragile at a thousand points and man lives lighting fearful odds all the time There ia one not eves the best who does not need a sympathetic assistance of his feUowman If you will retrospect just a bit it will be parent to you that there were May times during the put year whey could have helped some use over a rough place liddid not that the fates have turned aglnst you sad a char ry optimistic from so e one would have helped greatly but did not get it I foundthat concludes to clay me a yes It also lee t you It tobacco improve owe duties not isperM tree all encourages 8 e H re These People Have Hon st Genuine Bar gains and Want Your Trade Your account is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low High Your account is due Please call and settle at ante Haselden Bros Gold fish and globes low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tf Honakers cut flowers for all Hughes McRoberts Phone 55 2t Please call and settle your account as it is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros We represent Honaker the Lexing ton Florist and can furnish on the shortest notice the handsomest designs for funerals weddings and other Hughes McRoberts Phone We never disappoint our customers Orders for cut flowers and designs are delivered when promised Hughes McBoberts representing Honaker Phone 55 For Sale 150 white Leghorn hens and pullets These are pure bred and the best lay ing strains Phone 184H Walton Xos For Saie For sale Tobacco press Good as new Walton Moss Folding Desk tar sate In good order almost new Apply to M K Denny office Danville street A Report No doubt you have heard that there would be no music store in Lancaster this year It is absolutely false You will still find a full line of Pianos Organs Sewing machines and Phoaa graphs attheold stand of West Hern don Yourpatronage solicited Lewis Herndon Has it Occurred You that it is really not coal but heat that you are Laying 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 burnsall up It is clean hot and makes an regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can it J A Jones 8Utf YOUR account Please call and SETTLE Haselden Brothers sand Grades at purposes 55 2t 2t T easily m Look occasions False supply t DUE Rte CENTRAL RECORD Issiued WeeMy One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancruler Kyas SecondOnus Jfail Matter Lancaster Ky January II 1907 The ought to be more women physi cians than there are A number of women in various states have studied medicine and where they have the physique to stand the hardships of a doctors life they have succeeded well iu that profession Most women take to teaching for which they are admir able adapted but the teachers profes sion is getting full to overflowing and the wonder is that more women do not enter the medical ranks Aside from surgery women physicians would seem to be wen adapted to medicine A parson at Youngetown 0 699 couples last year The voca tion of minister was made a financial success as the average fee was in the vicinity of 5 This unusual industry leads a contemporary to remark that the job of parson was a matri money making one St Louis is said to have a 9 months old girl baby that can talk upon al most any subject Such prococity be token a lively piece of femininity in Let me Place a HIGH GRADE PIANO In Your Home ON APPROVAL Low Prices Easy Terms Lewis flerfldon Successor to West Herndon w I I I married Ir I I I K f U Ila years from now Will She be able to lind a man equal to the match she would make If Eve really handed Adam a lemon instead of an apple as scinttsts now assert it is positive that the precedent she established has been greatly fol lowed by the so called gentler sex Defalcations during the year foot up nearly 15000000 What a lot of money put to bad uses instead of Christmas presents and to households It is gratifying to note that medical study of appendicitis and its remedy has at last reached the stage of try ing it on the due What is the common sense grumbling at the cost of living when the cost of dying is much more expensive If a man has no ability and no in dustry no amount of goodness will make him a successful man The passing of the pass ough to im prove the national digestion by pro motion of pedestrianism An oldfashioned women has very iittle confidence in medicines that taste good Lack of opportunity has tostand as an excuse for a lot of general shift lessness IN MEMORIAM Died on the 5th of January 07 at the home of his youngest son Mr Ben Robinson in the eighty fourth year of age After a long useful life Un Ben Robinson as he was called by his many friends has gone to join the innumerable throng that have crossed over the river A loving husband a kind indulgent ther a good neighbor In his home not only his friends found a warm wel come but the way faring man and many cf the old soldiers all over tlm land of ours both north and south that have been warmed and fed his hospitable roof It was my good fortune to spend much of my time when young in this home and the loving kindness shown many others will ever be remembered and cherished by me To the dear loving childi en to those who have car for him so tenderly we would these words of our Savior shall the King say I was an hungered and ye gave me meat I was thirsty and ye gave me drink a took me in naked and ve clothed me I was sick and ye visited me I was in prison and ye came unto me Verily 1 say unto you as ye did it unto one of these my breatherin even these lust you did it unto me J a few I Ibis ta- meand led stranger andye inasmuch affectionately under ABK8BOUY Miss Lena Pope who has been ill for some time is steadily improving Mrs N P Cobb was at Buckeye the lintel the week the guest of Mr and Mrs Witt Mrs Crit Eubanks has been a recent visitor at the home of her mother Mrs Belle Perkins Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster is spending several days with relatives in this community Miss Edna Burkle returned to school at Richmond Monday after spending the holidays at home W C Greening left Wednesday for a pleasure trip to Florida He will also visit Cuba before returning home Mr Charles Burdette and wife a number of their friends at dinner Sunday in honor of his an niver ary Mr Mack Moore has accepted a posi tion v ith the Superior Drill Company of Louisville he began work with them the first ot the year Mr Jim Grimes a tenant on the farm of C A Robinson while chopping wood a few days ago one end of the stick on which he was cutting flew up striking him in his remaining good eye as a result has been unable to see any object or several days Rev house went Sunday to fill his regular appointment at Preachersville where be has recently been called for two Sundays He will preach fob the Fork congregation the second and fourth bandays instead of the first and second as was reported some time agoMr B F Robinson died at his home Saturday morning at 8 oclock in the 85th year of his age of infirmities in cident to old age He was a good citizen a prosperous farmer and trader and has lived the greatest part of his life at this place He is survived by seven children Mrs Henry Dunn Mrs Dave Dunn Mrs William Baugh man and Mr George Robinson of Dan ville Mr Mote Robinson of Marcellus Mr Tom Robinson of Lancaster Mr C A Robinson of Marksbury The funeral services took place at the resi dence Sunday at 1 oclock conducted by Rev Tinder of Lancaster assisted by Rev Homer Carpenter of Lexing ton after which the remains were placed in the cemetery at Lancaster The community at large extend sym pathy to the bereaved- B F Walter Dentist office over Garrard Bank Trust Co How to Cure Chilbains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply Bucklens Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excel lent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost rites and skin diseases 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m L z0 I I entertained Views of Burglar and FireProof Vault and Safe of the Garrard Trust Co Bank i CHHI5TIM WORLD Sj A HINDU VIEW OF INDIAS CRY Declares That His Countrymen Are t Hungry for Christianity One who signs himself A Hindu in a long letter to a Calcutta native newspaper writes The Bengalis have raised a general cry to obtain something by means of what they call the Swadeshi and it is not to be denied that all educated India is echoing behind them But if we truly try to get an inner sight of the state of things with them we must ask ourselves What are these men crying for My is they are crying for My countrymen will probably laugh at this idea but no amount of laughing can alter the rapid progress of the world and truth be concealed any longer It must be admitted that young India has been Christianized in many senses and especially for the rights urging upon the government to vest them with powers which have on Christians only since the of the Christian era in India Young India is growing more and more Christian and progressing rapidly towards complete Christianity although unknowingly But speaking frankly there are yet many Christian elements wanting in them and obtaining Christian rights and depends upon the completeness of those elements in Indian life The teachings of Jesus Christ who was an Asiatic Himself not only attending churches preaching gospels and prayers but courage self help civilization power and similar virtues which Christians have by no other source than by their faith It Is only the want of courage to cut off the deeprooted social customs of many centuries that keeps the educated Hindu under the shadow of Hinduism Christianity may be false and Hinduism may be true but India is rapidly moving the path of Christianity and no power can resist fate To be genuine is a long step towards being godly BRAHMANS COMING TO CHRIST One Disturber of Mission Meetings at Last Converted On the Indian frontier an Afghan mullah has been led to Christ by an Afghan Christian farmer and was baptized on Christmas day A lowrobed and longbearded Hindu who used to distract the of the little congregation in the heathen town of Tinnevelly by his noisy drumming outside and had to be moved on by the police was in December in that church Another baptism of a Brahman In Noble college is reported by the same distressing op position and hostile devices that marked the early baptisms 50 years ago and often since but not as in former days by the emptying of the college for Christian exBrahmans are not now uncommon and when an Indian church council in 1905 appoints as pastor of the Luck now Christian congregation an ox Brahman clergyman who first learned of Christ in the Lucknow C M S high school few realize the immense significance of the act Good wishes often grow up before they come home again A Childrens Church Rev Harry A King pastor of the Oakley Methodist Episcopal church Kansas City Mo has originated the plan of organizing a childrens church with children constituting the ofSciai boards a child organist with children as elders deacons ushers and of course only children for the The services will probably Sunday afternoons but they are in no way to supplant the Sunday school Mr King says he believes that a child should be a Christian in a childs way and should be taught when old enough to understand the policy and the rules of the church You can not lift up the people on whom you look down Students Wanted Gospel A prominent pastor was asked to preach to the students of an eastern miversity Before the service he met some of the students and asked them what kind of preaching they wanted They were quick to express themselves frankly Cut out all slang said one allusion to football said another Give us no illustrations from recent science said a third and a fourth said Stick to your job and preach the Gospel and that will suit us Its a common sin to substitute scruples about our own eating for the feeding of the hungry Religious Life of Filipinos The annual report of the American Bible society gives encouraging midi cations relative to the religious life of the Filipinos The school enroll ment has doubled now being 500 OOQ The committee in its report de glares that in another year and wpinen will be asking for the Bible and desiring to know the way of life more perfectly Has Nineteen Deaconesses The Methodist church south has now 19 deaconesses Rare I Blank has a wonderful memory Why do you think so Seems tome hes always things Thats it Hes forgetting disagreeable things Detroit Free Press Meant Mercerized are you at lady was just In here ask ing for some mesmerized cottoM De troit Free Frew I movement answer cannot already developed commencement privileges prescribed acquired moral onto human ye devotee worship baptized very student accompanied accompanied beheld Make no men Episcopal FloorwalkerWhat ClerkA e 11 1 hat Christita sty thei congregation forgetting laughing ah new 1 For the Farmer Housewife Stock Hems Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc At Stanford Charles Lates bought of C E Tate for Simon Weil two car loads of 1310 pound cattle at 4 60 and of S T Harris a carload of 1400 pounders at 5 cents The highest price paid for tobacco at Mt Sterling in ten vears was given Saturday when J W Foster for the American Tobacco Company purchas ed 18000 pound of Burley from S B Lane at 14 cents straight The tobac co was of bgih quality and the price top market Scott Avan Ky I used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy after se veral other remedies had failed and it speedily effected a cure It has cured several herds in my neighborhood with out the loss of a single hog Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Farmers over in Indiana are going to put a stop to all hunting expedi tions except by themselves They characterize the city sportsmen as unmitigated nuisances and they want a law passed which will declare it unlawful for any one excepting a want the right to shoot and kill game at aqy time during the year and to dispose of it by gift or sale Sheep are now in greater demand for mutton thanjn many years therefore the Southern farmers should prepare to shelter and keep their Hocks In the best physical condition for the winter market There is profit in sheep grow ing The complaint is the dog in the way but if a dozen sheep owners will employ the shotgun and stand to each other the dog fear will be removed There are few farmers who could not profitably keep a few sheep The difll culties that stand in the way can be overcome Surely no one will admit they are too dull to learn how to raise them A sheep tight fence can easily be bought or constructed Silas B Lane of Montgomery county sold his 1906 crop of tobacco at 14J cents straight to J W Forter for the American Tobacco Company The crop will weigh out about 19 000 pounds and was one of the best ever raised in county The prices obtained tops the market and is the best figure secured in ten years Chas Stephenson Clintonville Ky Says I cured my chickens of cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure and can not speak too highly of it as an inval uable remedy for fowls Sold and guar anteed bv Mount Elkin A National law recently enaqted clay sHies adulterated all butter that con talus 10 percent or more of mositure The law will be enforced by agents of the general govenment sent out under the direction of the direction of the agricultural department Recentl a gents were out and took samples of country butter which is claimed within the law The foreign substance in the butter is a moisture known as buttermilk The agents state that there is but little butter sold by farmers that has less than 13 per cent of this moisture in it Should the Jaw be strictly enforced as proposed it will work a revolution of the butter trade The third week in September has been chosen by the directors of the Kentucky State Fair as the time for the 1907 exhibition The fair cleared 810000 last year W L Graddy of Versailles sold GO head of two yearold half bred Here ford steers at Chicago during the Inter national Show at 570 They average 1150 pounds California has produced fifty one 210 trotters nearly onefifth of all the 210 trotters ever bred Lou Dillon 158J Sweet Marie 292 John A McKerron 204 and Azote 294 Nicholsaville Journal public sale of C G Taylor on the Union Mills pike Thursday Dec 27 drew a large crowd notwithstanding the rlisagreea ble weather Toe bidding wis unusual ly good Eight head of horses brought from 117 to 300 five mules 125 to 150 yearling mule 118 weanling mule lot sixtyeight bead of hogs 6 to 1 hundred and twenty five head two old cows 2750 35 corn 240 per barrel chickens 3 to 310 per dozen farm implements household and kitchen furniture sold well Tne Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves No one can realize the suff ering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless he has had the actual ex perience There is probably no that causes so much physical and mental agony of 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 1m CASTOR I A For Infants d Children BeaTs the II1II Traderand JII D C Says the The tatest are percwtone disease DI Hall Allays I of A gamer cremery and The Yw gi aatnte r Your account is ready and DUE Efcsa U Announcement We will move in a few days to the building now occupied by E Harris which will give us a better chance to serve our 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 West Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have beard of the Bumper Crops which barn been raised this year in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory and New Mexico Have you compared them with results obtained in your section Is your work where you are bringing you adequate returns for the capital invested and labor expended If not a change would be beneficial perhaps A visit to the Southwest will open your eyes Out in Oklahoma the last big land opening is soon to take place farms are still very cheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the Gulf Coast or Texas Let us give you full information about these sections You will 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Mr John L Dunn of Burgin Hilton has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Hilton of Brodhead Mrs Margaret Buford and Guy Bristow of Covington are visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Sundays Courier Journal contained a likeness of Mr J R Mount one of Lancasters leading merchants Master Charles Baker and sister Miss Aggie Baker of Burgin have been visiting relatives in this county Mrs Mary Harris of Indianapolis und Mrs Bettie Miller of Lexington have been withMiss Amanda Anderson Miss Cora Ward has returned to Monticello to resume teaching music after a very pleasant visit to friends and relatives Miss Maude Watson who has been spending month with Garrard friends and relatives has returned to her home in Brodhead Somerset is in the city receiving cordial greeting on everyhand after an absense of six years He marvels at the changes in Somerset in that short time It is reported that 30000000 were spent in Chicago for holiday presents The stores there are said to be de nuded of everything the men and bracelets for the women A note from Mr H M Ballou dated at Ilendersonville N C brings the good news that Mrs Ballou is much improved in health and is recovering nicely He will return home in a few days Danger of Colds and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact alone should make people more 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 na tures plan loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by R E Mc Roberts the reliable druggist at Lan caster 1m BEUNA VISTA Ruble has returned to school at Lexington Born to the wife of Eugene Ruble on the 6th a daughter Virgil Scott and wife were shopping in Danville Saturday Miss Mary Skinner is in Lincoln county with her father Miss Bessie with Miss Mae Robinson of Mr and Leo Smaley rejoic ing over the of a son Mrs Dudley Lane of Richmond is with her daughter Mrs Marshal Scott T Scott has moved to his farm and will shortly take charge of the store at this place Miss Maggie Hackley of Georgetown spent Christmas holidays with her neice Mrs G H Sane Miss Mattie Green youngest daught er of Mr Will Green was married Sun day to Jesse Pierce of Lexington A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wife of the super intendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that she has for some years used Cham berlains Cough Remedy 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 the reliable drafffrkrti at Lancaster I I McCJohnston MissSusie JournalCapt Sam Boone exceptsuspenders- for Miss Irine Boltotl is Matellus M ire 1 Sold by l I I Anita arrival for implicit RE McRoberts A w STONE Mr LL Sanders and wife were the guests at Lem Teatcrs Sunday Messrs Lem Teater ard Luther Raney was at Paint Lick Saturday- Dr B F Walter Dentist Office over Garrard Bank Trust Co Miss Hattie Duncan was a visitor of Miss Nettie Hunter the first of last weekMrs Hiram Ray was the guest of her parents Mr and MrsGeorge Anderson SundayMr Raney of LaGrange has been spending several days with here Misses Pearl and Beatrice Sanders spent Sunday very pleasantly with Mr J W Sanders and wife Mrs Malinda Preston of Little Hick man has been the visitor of her Mrs Mary B Preston Miss Amie Simpson entertained a number of her friends very pleasantly Wednesday evening Mae Sanders was the charming guest of her sister Mrs R H Montgomery last week Miss Cora Sanders and sister Miss Alice were the guest of their mother Mrs Mary Sander Thursday Miss Maybell Crutchfield after spend ing a week with home folks has to the Bastiu exchange Mr R H 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35 Choice pip W to Wlbs 52o Good pip 50 to SOlbs 5 S- OKoaghsl60to4801bs 55 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 75 4 00 Fair togood 300 3 So Common to mediam BMks 1 75 2 25 Extra lambs 6 batcher 6 70 coa tailMdlaabs 4 00 500 Of Course It Isnt Her Bat It isnt considered proper to give valuable presents to a girl to whom yoH are not engaged Hist By whom Her By er the other gfrla Chi Daily News Shes the Breadwinner Asd can your wife make bread Can she boss Why say she sales all de dough what comes into 4e koHse Yonkers Statesman Ouch Dearest you are the o Jy girl I eter loved I surmised as ranch she replied aUMffbtUy Your work is exceediag ateHrfgh Milwaukee SemtbML An Exeeetien was pretty taagry was L What 1 ate M HM tif lo tte waster I Good BOGS t q3 1aa gar r l 4 to9SO lbs O O- aS g s ly g4peDa t- a I g THE AT wou1i dIIURCI BREAKING HER IDOLS Light Which Came to Little High Caste Hindoo Girl A pretty story is told of Dr Anan dabai Joshee the first unconverted highcaste Hindu woman who left her country She came to America in 1883 and three years later was from the Womans Medical college of Philadelphia says the Youths Companion Then she to her own country and was elected physician in charge of the ward of the Albert Edward hose pital at Kohlapur but died shortly after her arrival Yamuna as Dr Joshee was called in her childhood was the daughter of a wealthy and cultured Hindu Her father owned many villages and for the benefit of servants and kept a household priest to sacrifices instruct the people and keep clean the shrines and sacred im agesOne day when Yamuna was very young she was playing with her dolls near the priest who was setting in order a shrine The little girl watched the old man as he washed the little images of jade or metal oiled them carefully and set them back in their places Suddenly it flashed across her mind that there was no difference between those and her dolls They did not move neither did they cry out when they were rubbed so hard She ques tioned her father about it Father how can a god bear to have his face washed by a man she askedThose images are not gods he replied They are made to hold the thoughts of men to God when they pray Some represent love some the justice of God My little daughter can you pray to God without looking at any of these images Yes indeed exclaimed Yamuna Then they will be of no use to you You need never think of them againAnd I never did said Anandabai Joshee in telling the story The rewards of faith are not given for the service of fear THE SUPPLY OF MINISTERS General Falling Off of Conditions I All Denominations Rev G D Matthews D D secretary of the Presbyterian Al liance has taken pains to collect full statistics bearing upon the question of the supply of ministers with a look toward the future needs of the church and he finds that the decline in candi dates for the pulpit is not local nor denominational but universal and nearly uniform For example the fall ing off of candidates In the church of the United States of America in the last five years is 77 about eight per cent since 1900 In the United Free Church of Scotland it is 17 per cent In the Church of Eng land it is 13 per cent But it should be noted that as a rule the drop 1895 and 1900 was greater than during the years 1900 to 1905 For the last five years the Southern church and the United church have kept the level of 1900 but they lost heavily in the fiva years preceding Interior The cure for our own cares is cars for others The Power of the Churches A timely Illustration of the tremen dous and effective power which may be wielded by the churches when they unite is afforded by the closing of the gambling dens at Saratoga a result brought about by the action of the church federation of Saratoga county says Leslies Weekly Thus a Lion which has been a notorious and disgrace to the states for years which has hitherto succesgfully defied all efforts at refpnn and come to be regarded as practically hopeless has been effectively by the joint action of the churches What has been done at Saratoga can be done elsewhere in a similar way The case is also an excellent example pf the practical usefulness of church federation local state and national and a good reason why the federatloq movement hould receive the cordial support of all good cltlgeng The only way to lift life Is to lay life down Gospel for Minnesota Indians Minnesota Baptists are trrtef to open up work among the 5QOO Indi ans in that state To thig time nQ Christian effort has been put forth in their behalf by any of the religious bodies Monument for Dunbars Grave Tie Rev Dr David W Clark of Cincinnati is making an effort to se pure sufficient money to erect a monu ment pyer tile grave of the late negro poet Pul Laurence punbar Mr Clarks father was a slaveholder but he says the man who wrote When Handy Sings and When the Corn Pone Is Hot deserves a monument Next Worlds Y M C A Meeting The next worlds Y M C A con ference will be held at BarmenElber bid Germany in 1909 Cmincil From the th I want to give some valuable advice to those who suffer withlame back and kidney trpublesays J B Blankenship of Beck Tens I have proved to an absolute certainty thatElectric Bitters will positively core this distressing con dition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so com ptetely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold mtda r guarantee at E S HcEobertS graduated returned female peasantry offer images 1 1 Presbyterian between Presbyterian Presbyterian con ha4 fm 6 WI J general scandal f PASTURING MEADOWS It is a Mistake to Put Cattle on ar Soon as the Hay Is Cut Off A common practice among farmers of the present day and more so the eastern farmer is to pasture the meadows as soon as the hay crop is cut off It is an old practice and a bad one says Peterkin Wiley Jr in American Agriculturist It has practiced for geenrations but not to such an extent as at present To turn stock immediately upon the meadow Is a sure ruination of next years crop of hay and relieves the farmer but little in the long run In July and August pasture gets short especially in a dry year and to see the green grass growing is indeed a great On very rich soil I do not say that it is not proper to pasture that the young shoots are given a chance first to gain size and luxuria ant growth Every farmer should sow plenty of fodder corn in early spring and sum mer so it can be fed during the of pasture In a great many no doubt farmers have learned from experience the folly of early pas turing of meadows I believe it right to allow stock to graze on mowed meadows not earlier than 1 providing it is not carried to extremes I have observed in a great many instances when winter set in that the ground would be gnawed as smooth as a house floor This leaves the young plant roots unprotected and the damage done is extensive- I have a number of neighbors in a way and readers American Agriculturist whose first act after removing the hay is to turn in every head of livestock they have Experience has shown this is very un profitable My method is to allow short intervals at a time In this way there is sufficient top left to insure winter protection to the roots some soil and a big hay crop the year GALINSOGA The plant shown herewith was found growing in cultivated lands a few specimens in one place and is known as Galinsoga parviflora Cao commonly known as Galinsoga and be r G temptation providing shortage sections September successful of rebuilding succeeding i I Seen perfectly Galinsoga Parviflora longing to the sunflower family About 15 years ago It was introduced into the United States as a weed from South America and It Is now thoroughly established from the Atlan tic to the Pacific It will probably never become abundant enough says Country Gentleman to be aggressive It is also said to have been introduced into Europe as a weed BOARD SHIELD FOR POST VASE How One Farmer Provided Ingenious Protection From Jack Frost We give herewith a sketch of a cement base for posts as used in a tropical barn of a farmer who considers the plan very satis factoryThe post stands directly upon the cement but the ce ment portion of ifce bage is a ering of beards Originally these boards were put on to give shape to the concrete After the ment had hard surrounding cow tie ened the covering was left as the own er felt that It would serve as a protec tion p the cement when a wagon was used the stable reports tlu he has found tb fee t Ti8t A hole dug about a foot deep and the cement foundation built up from this point explains Prairie Farmer The portion shown in the illustration is that which appears above the A represents the post B the and C the covering The latter may be of any material convenient Good Tree Protectors Old barrel staves woven together top sod Bottom with wjre or step twine make excellent tree to keep off young calves lambs and you must use your orchard for young stock occasionally Also says Farm Journal useful to hold straw covering in place in winter around tender shrubs or rose bushes The half of one barrel head with a bracket placed underneath makes a neat kitchen Did Did you ever notice how hens will work in a helP of old plaster taken from the walls of a house What aje they after It is lime It shows remarks Farm Journal we ought to keep a good supply always before the chicks They have to have a lot of it to make eggsheha of Cured of Lung Treuble Jt is now eleven years since I had a escape frpnj consumption writes G O Floyd a leading business man of Kerehaw S C I had run down in weight to 135 pounds and was constant both by and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New continued for about six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely goneand I was restored to normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every Quanta at BX McBoberts 60o ILOOb Trial trw I H i d cement iir1y r td sheepif that I e c thIs tpg1 good umbe W able I shelL- Y u7 narrow drugstore and p GIRLS I HAVE KNOWN The liveliest girl I ever met Was charming Annie Matlon Exceeding sweet was Carry Mel Helpful Amelia Ration Nicer than Jenny RorIty It would Le hanl to find Lovely was Rlioln Dcndron too One of the flower kind I did not fancy pony Gon To angular was she And I could never take at all To Annie Mosity I rather liked Miss Sarah Nade Her voice was full of charm Hester Jcal too nervous was She tilled me with alarm E Lucy Date was clear of face Her skin was like a shell Miss Ella Gant was rather nice Though she was awful swell A clinging girl was Jessie Mine- I asked her me to marry In life is full of fights For Im joined to Millie Tary G H V in Boston Transcript Willing to Overlook It You exclaimed the indignant old gentleman you want to marry my daughter Why sir It was only a few years ago that you were caddy ing for me Yes the young man replied but I dont intend to let that stand in the way I hope I am philosopher enough to understand that a very bad golfer may make a fairly good fatherinlaw Chicago RecordHerald Turning of Another Worm Mrs VickSenn The idea of a man chewing gum What would you think of me if I kept my jaws wagging con tinually with a chunk of gum between themHer would be a great deal better dear than the use you generally make of them Chica go Tribune Scared Out the ddentist in sir He can see you at once if you wish no no didnt want to see gglad hes in I was afraid he was out in this wretched weather you know Might catch cold Good land Leader No Time to Lose The you clean houses The Vacuum Cleaner maam We have a fourcylinder ma chine and well take away every atom ofdirtAll my husband has just been spending his vacation on a auto and I wish youd start on him at Had Its Drawbacks Mrs she is a talented woman I wish I had her vocabulary Mrs SudtlynKlymer Its certainly a fine it broke down with her the other day miles and miles from anywhere and it cost her 15 to have it hauled to the nearest Tribune EXPLAINED AT LAST vainnow HusbandThat SuffererIsis AttendantYes Suffereroh IIhimIm eveningCleve LadyDo ManYes secondhand onceLife UpmoreYes wonderfully onebut repair shopChicago do men go bald sooner than women Major because they dont wear their hair so long I suppose On the Water Wagon First ExTanfe Say Jim Ive got a great scheme Second that First E I want to get soused whirl ground on one foot as long as I can Try it and get the e feet Cleveland Leader JJeghbpi fow did your little boy the birthday party you gave him the other day poor child was broken hearted because some one else got the prize in the birthday cake Detroit Free Press Unkind So you wouldnt take me to be 28 giggled the fair widow No indeed rejoined the inconsid erate old bachelor But if you had a daughter I might take her q he old Chicago DajljF Half the Fun Mrs do all of my over the phone Its much Mrs Browne But deaV me you never see your bargains oTo you Detroit Free Press The New Swimming School DickersHow did Jones learn to swim Bocker He practiced the motIon under his autQrN T Stro Hard to Tell Has the minister much of a I dont know I have never aim fall down Houston Post Right Mr Bogost Sherpe the popular over seer of tbe poor at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings New Life Pills are lightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed to cure biliousness and constipation 25c at BEMcBoberts drug store 1m SheWhy Majoroh ExTankWhats TWhen I Coulcn F1jt MotherThe that NW TownsI hopping easier vocabulary sees The It Mmt Unde enjoy MIII Name ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER For yjpar ending Dec 31 190 RECEIPTS Balance on band in Tres Jan 1st 19 JG ts Fines collected 012 3t Licenses collected 4 1906 taxes collected r i Back tuxes collected Rent of 19 Water rents from consumers iWO 7 Miscellany 22 Total lto426 A DISBURSEMENTS Salary City Council US 687 Clerk 80 ii Commissions City Attjrney 3Tx II Marshal XX w Paid 814 0 County Jailor 2J6 C Guard for Prisoners 7 211 5 Police Judgs fees ISO a City Treasr com on Geu Fund 107 City Assessor 60 0 Board of Equalization ISO For Lights 992 1 ForStreets 205 M For Public Printing Records J4 10 For Repairs Pub Bldgs 51 SS For Insurance Pub Bldgs 30 si Marshalls comr on Taxes old 240 ft Judgment and costs Will Miscellaneous claims 2S5 3 Interest National Bank note CO tt To sinking fund interest and redemption 2OCO C WATER WORKS Salary Engineer SCO CO Superintendent 67t 00 Commissions City Treasurer IS Si Supplies 737 75 Ranting 331 51 Freight 32525 Repairs 72 tt Taxes paid on plant for 1905 li 75 Total for Water Works 3j 19 20 Total disbnrsments 10210 15 Balance on hand in Treasury Dec 31 1906 16 27 Grand Total 1042 4 C W West City Clerk Commissioners Sale of LocI GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Isaac Duncan Hrs PIffs vs Isaac Duncans Hrs By virtue of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its November Terms 1906 in the above styled case I as Master of said court will on MONDAY JANUARY 2Sbh 1907 it being County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described trac of land situated in Gar rard county Kentucky on the waters of Canoel Creek and is bounded as fol lows Beginning at a stake on the east side of road li poles from the center of an old icehouse and ten feet west of a large elm corner to Luke Montgomery and the remainder of the farm thence with Montgomerys line N17i E 775 poles to a stake near the northeast of a stable thence N 3i W poles to E D Lawsons line formerly formerly George Johnson thence with Lawsons line S83I W 19 poles bo a beech at a spring in a ravine thence down ravine N52 W1S poles b86 W 10 poles N47 W 22 poles S 85i W19 poles N 67 W775 poles to a stake in drain thence up a hill S 6 W16 poles to a stake thence S 7GJ W40 poles to the centre of Canoe Creek corner to Moses Graham tract thence up the creek with the centre of same S22 W4S 64 poles to a stake in the centre of creek corner to W D Scott thence with Scotts line up a ravineS 681 E 3450 poles 34 poles S 82 E 24 poles S8S E 10 poles ta a White Walnut thence S 58 E poles to a stake on hilltop at W D bars corner tq tie remainder of the Isaac Duncan land thence line along the west side of a road N2t E23 poles to the end of a stone fence thence along said road and cross ing same N 27 E 3780 poles to the containing 7 acres 3 roods and 17 52 poles Said land will be sold by the acre and the purpose of this sale is for a of the proceeds among theheirs of Isaac Duncan TERMS Sad sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be to exeoute bend of equal instal payable with good security to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 per interest per annum from date of sale until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a A lein will also be retained upon 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