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THE CELANCASTER KY JANUARY 13 WOT RAL RECORD 811EXX5ENrn YEAR FRIDAY 1141 M II R L DAVIDSON At Law omce lollce Court room lrcml to rWmBcrndon Ben I I Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancftstcr Kentucky J Offic Stormes drug store I J L me PhlCC ti I HIGH GRADE PIANO il In Your Home I ON APPROVAL I Low Prices ce Ells Terms i Lewis Herndon Successor to West I I 2 E7T 1CT Attorney over attention IlustnesS DIlerndo- nt orer et r Elerndon- j Undertaker JA Bewley Irteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 M K DennJ o n I eeeeoeeooeeoeoa DENTISTI Office over Thompsons store NOTICEHow are you fixed on If you have any why dont you bring it to town and get TIPTOPPRICES on all kinds such as Etc VEAL CALVES A SPECIALTY W R GOTT CO I W I Do oaDaaaooooaa PRODUCE Eggs CbickcI1S Buttcr Hidcs 6onn Brothers Carriages Hardware Farm Implements Machine Shop Engines and Boilers Repaired and For Sale HONAKEPS f r NT Shop on Lexington Pike in Lancaster known as the Green formerly owned by Tom Mc his is one of the best stands in ith dwelling above wl HAMILTON I I JTtJ rH Hi1fmra rrdJS Wjl I e r v 1 III 11 III c V E C H 1 H III 11 r e n- If r i S r IPhfne Htj lI r f flli L rJ J L mith nd J r I i i t iI FO Blac rn e No reserved seats at the Court louse tomorrow for any of them The best entertainment of the season at the court tonight Friday Rev FM Hill will preach at Mc Kendree church Sunday afternoon at three oclock Everybody is going to the entertain ment at the Court House tomorrow Friday night Mr Solon B Henry sexton tells The Record there were fiftytwo bu rials in the Lancaster Cemetery last year or an average of one each week Ifyou are a Christian how readily you will help a move for Christianity Show your colors by helping the Crab Orchard congregation pay for their church The children of Mrs Susan Anderson desire to thank everyone for tneir un tering devotion to their mother in her declining years especially during her last illness The chain gang is working every day in the rock quarry and will soon have enough broken stone to put the streets better shape They are made to work every day itdoesnt rain As the holiday rush is over we trust our correspondents will resume their contributions as we are now prepared to print then all Please mail to reach us not later than Tuesday morn lug Monday if possible Chief Beazley Policeman Herron and City Attorney R L Davidson en tertained the City Council at a goose supper Saturday evening The meal was served by Mrs Zimmer which is conclusive evidence cf its perfection and deliciousness 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 A Good Man In the Right Place W H Ward our hustling grocery man tells us he enjoyed the best trade last year of any year since he has been in which speaks well for his and industry He IS a goad man a clever whole souled fellow and numbers his friends by the score The Record bespeaks for him a great Interesting Sermons The sermons by Rev Hill at the Methodist church are being with great interest and attention by large congregations Services are held each evening at oclock the song service beginning fifteen minutes earlier Among the subjects for futuie meetings will be What to do to be saved How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation Conver slop and other equally as important matters The Stanford Saloons Interior Journal Unless the Court of Appeals reverses the decision of the lower court or declares the Unit law unconstitutional Stanford will be a dry town in less than a month Dan Traylors saloon license isthe first to 19 Dan Hesters is out Jan 26 and W 0 Speeds Feb 9 S H Sanks license to run a saloon at Rowland expires April 24 but that of W P Walker runs up to some time in August Peath of Mrs Geo Mason His many Lancaster friends extend deepest sympathy to Mr George T of Chicago on the death of his wife which occured at her home in Chicago last week of appendicitis She was Miss Nellie Fitch formally of Nicholasville and they had been mar ried only a short time Mrs Mason was related to some of the most families in Jessamine county Mr Mason is the youngest son of Mrs Elizabeth Mason and was born and raised in Lancaster He resided here until locating in Chicago where he now holds an important position with an insurance company Getting Down to Business About eighteen of Lancasters most prominent and substantial met at the Rational Bank evening to discuss plans for build fag a hotel Xin this city The en tbosia8aj manifested was delightful to behold especially so to The Record inan who has been for years trying to Impress upon our people the import ance and necessity of building a good upto date hotel in Lancaster There were enough good monied men present to guarantee the buildiug but the question of a plan brought forth discussion An idea was finally advanced which all believed will prove successful The Record is not at liberty to print this just now but we will go far enough to say that a committee was appointed to consult with architects and do other work which will be reported at a meeting be held in a few days As stated last issue it looks like the scheme is and that people have decided to put a fewof their dollars at home where it will not only enhance the value of their property but show to the outside world that they do not ttvein a covered with moss and and fully onehundred years behind the night35cts lOuse t and in comfortable comforttf d ring honesty business success listened- to 15 expireJan prominent Monday ago tJelI l Mason businessmen considerable i our r Death of Good Man The death of Arch Woods whioh occured at his home the tollgate on Richmond pike Friday nigh t was a very sad one lie was an indu5 and a harkworker but was stricken by consumption some months ago and gradualy gave way until death relieved his sufferings He was an honest conscientious man who had the respect and confidence of all who knew him After services conducted by Rev F M Hill the remains were in terred in the Lancaster Cemetery afternoon He was a son of Gar rett Woods Annual Clearance Sale As will be seen by their big ad in this issue of The Record The Joseph Merchantile Co will have a big clear ance sale of all winter goods This firm has been in business in Lancaster for many years and the people of Gar rard county knew that they do what they promise They never advertise one thing and stick customers with another They will sell all goods just as the advertisement promises and 4f you want geuuine honest advice is to attend the sale No humbug about the statement but an honest honorable sale just as any re liable firm will conduct A Good Meeting The meeting at the Methodist church is being attended by many of our people each service showing interest Rev F M Hill who is doing the preaching is a minister wellversed and eloquent and his peals to the sinner are touching As stated in last issue of The Record Mr Hill was once a resident of Lancaster having charge of the local church and made many warm friends who are very fond of him The public is most cor dially invited to attend these services The music in charge of Prof J M Rags dale of Louisville is fine and a very enjoyable feature of the services Newspaper Men Here Mr Edgar S Albright the genial edi tor of the Mt Vernon Singal and Mr McKenzie Brown formerly of the same oillce were here Tuesday looking at the plant of the defunct Lincoln Democrat This plant was taken over J B Kinnaird in a security debt some time ago and has since been stored in Lancaster Mr Brown pur chased the plant and will move it to Williamsburg where he will soon establish a newspaper in that hustl ing city He will add a power press much new type and other material to complete a first class office He is the son of the late Jas H Brown a well known lawyer of this city and a very bright young man Was Fine Machinist The death of Mr Ben Potts which was mentioned in last issue removes from our midst one of the most promi nent and best machinists and mill wrights in Central Kentucky He has installed more mill machinery than any man in this section and his work was always satisfactory He could take an old wornout mill and for very little money put it in condition for making as good Hour as a new one He installed most of the machinery in the Lancaster Mills which counts for the splendid work this mill is turning out He was a man who will be great ly missed The family asked The Record to express their thanks to the friends who came to their assistance in his sickness and death Who Helps You Who is the home lie is the man who helps pay for the streets upon which you walk for the schools in which your children are and perhaps you were educated he helps keep up the church in which you worship he is the man who builds a home which enhances the value of property eyery subscription paper that is passed around his name is on it he is the one who cannot afford to swindle you he carries his share of the burdens of good government and stays with you in sunshine and in darkness in adversity and prosperity But these are but a few of the reasons why patronage should be given to home merchant To Help Pay for As stated in last issue of The Record the concert and reading to be given at the Court House tomorrow Friday night is to in raising money to pay for the new Christian church just completed at Crab Orchard The old building was destroyed by a cyclone some time ago and the members have been working hard to get another louse The building has been complet ed but there is yet funds needed to pay for it The congregation is very small tut they have certainly worked hard to raise the money They have secured the services the splendid en tertainers mentioned in the program printed elsewhere in this issue of The Record and those who attend the entertainment will be more than re paid as they will have evening of enjoyment and atthesame time help the most noble cause they are ever premitted Jo helpthat of the church The Court House will be comfortable clean and if you want a good seat you had better go early There will be no reserved seats 35cts entitling you to any seat you wish Now we urge upon you to consider the importance of this matter and lend a helping For Sale A jersey milk cow and calf W G Anderson it property triousman Sunday bargains- our ape by Dr you fife asSIst o an Land hand i c increasing merchant Church fresh 1 wJ e Sudden Death Miss Sarah Leteher died very sud deulv an the residence of Dr J B Kin nasrd Tuesday evening about seven oclock She was in apparant good health baying gone about the house as usual all that day After supper she complained of a pain near her heart went to her room and died with in a very few minutes after reaching the bed The deceased came from one of the bestknown of the older in Garrard county She was a daughter of William Letcher who was a brother of Gov Robert Letcher family was a large one but all the near relatives are now dead She was a member of the Presbyterian church and a good conscientious woman always ready and willing to help anyone sick or in distress All her life was spent in Lancaster and she was highly thought of by the older people who knew her so well The funeral services were conducted at the residence of Dr Kinnaird Wed nesday afternoon conducted by Rev Mr Brown of the Presbyterian church the burial taking place at the Lancas ter Cemetery MAIiKSBURY Robert Fox sold to George Kelley a two year old filly for sold several calves to Jack Bourne and son at per head He also sold to C A Robinson a lot of hogs at 5J cents M F Rout who has been afflicted with rheumatism for some time left for Martinsville Ind where he will be gone for several weeks Mr John Wesley Fiero and wife of Cairo N Y are the guests of Rev Henry Shouse and wife and will with them indefinite time was here last week in the interest of W C Greening to make for making brick The kiln will be burnt on the farm of W C Greening at tMs place and the work is already in progress Miss Anna Higgins who has been the pleasant guest of Miss Georgia Dunn returned to her home at Paint Lick Thursday She was home by Miss Georgia Dunn and Mr Sames Lytle Dunn who will spend several days at that place The Sunday School spirit which had lain dormant for so long at the Grove church has been revived by Miss Add Arnold Under the directions of Miss Arnold the school is doing splendid work and about one hundred pupils have been enrolled although the super entendent has a drive of eight miler she is never tardy and is always at her post of duty on Sunday morning regardless of the bad weather BEUNA VISTA Miss Virginia King is visiting rela and near Richmond Geo Spilman and wife spent Monday with Mrs Mary Spillman Miss Jennie Ison has accepted a posi tion at Jeffersonville Ind Howard Lane of Richmond was with friends here Sunday Miss Belle Ison is with her niece Benj Allen in Lexington Chas Scott sold a span of mules at Burgin last week for Wm Christopher bought of Henry Smith one milch cow for 35 of Jessamine was the guest of Miss Cora Poor Sunday Mrs Laura ISaylor has returned from an extended stay in Lexington Henry Smith and Irine Christopher attended court at Stanford Monday Mr Dudley Lane of Richmond is spending the week with his daughter Mrs Marshall Scott Mrs Sue Dickerson of Burgin has been visiting her sister Mrs Spoona mooreMrs R P Ison and children have Mr Ison at McCreary where he is in businessMessrs Dismukes Seobrest and A D Scott attended the K P banquet at Nicholasville last Thursday night Mesdames Will Hamilton of Lan caster and Anna Brown of Jessamine have been visiting Mrs Hollis Spoona mOre has Poynter had the misfortune last Thursday with felling a tree to be struck by a limb wounding his head and lower limbs The mill site and other property on on Dix river near here was sold on day of sale to Kennedy of Mercer We trust a mill will soon be erected What to Read If you have the blues read the twen tyseyenth Psalm If your pocketbook is empty read the thirtyseventh Psalm If you are losing confidence in man read the thirteenth chapter of Corin thiansIf seem unkind read the chapter of St John If you are discouraged about your work read the one hundredth and twentysixth Psalm If you the world growing small and yourself great read the Psalm If you can not have your way in everything keep silent and read the third chapter of St James If you are out of sorts read the twelfth chapter of Hebrews Dont forget that nice line of canned hoods at Wards Qrocery gt families TIle 140 T I Herrin 13 foran Jno Swope accompanied latlves in Mid 400 Mr Loury fifteenth hind I 1 Monday remain arrangements joined privately nineteenth r y REMARKABLE ESCAPE Prominent Kentucky Soldier Tells of Exciting and Maraculous Escape at Battle of Bull Run Over the cigars in the lobby of the Gaines Hotel last night Gabe Green leaf Col Thomas Anderson and other gentlemen were telling some pretty big yarns of personal prowess connected with incidents of the Civil War when Capt T A Elkin one of our wellknown and popular citizens join ed the group and asked Gabe if he had ever heard of his Elkins miraculous escape during the Federal rout at the first battle of Bull Run I didnt ever know you fit in that engagement Captain said Gabe Well I didnt and I want to tell you why pursued the captain I had enlisted you may remember in the 44th Kentucky Cavalry On the occasion referred to our men were stationed as a reserve about a mile a way from the scene of conflict where they were kept waiting and for many weary hours Finally we began to deploy however and at length debouched from a dense woods upon the battle field only to be en gulfed by the which was now under full headway It was at once apparent that military cohesion was out of the question and in a few minutes all semblace of command was lostI was riding a blooded fouryearold charger named Old Pepper In the very begining of the excitement this horse became uncontrollable and bolt ed toward the rear I wanted to jump off and help check the Rebels but the animal was going at such speed I was compelled to stick to the saddle Such an aggregation of wind equal burners was probably never be fore headed towards the Nations Capital It was a magnificent spec tacle of disorder Unfortunately we presently found jurselves in the zone of a murderous artillery fire At this juncture a solid shot struck a tree directly in front of me and split it wide open from top to bottom Before I could check Old Pepper the careering animal had plunged headlong through the opening thus made but not in time to escape altogether for the tree closed again with a bang and caught him by the tail holding him fast This sudden halt all but hurled me over the ani mals head but I managed in some way to hold on It started Old Pep pers eyeballs from their sockets With open mouth and nostrils red and Haring he made frantic but unavail ing efforts to ree himself Such an unusual piedicament would have seem ed rediculous but for the imminent danger to which I was now constantly exposed Shells were screaming overhead and bursting to the right and left while mounted troopers shouting hoarsely and beside themselves with terror were rushing by under the lash Above this frightful tumult the strange cries of mangled men and horses in mortal agony could be heard at intervals On my part if I wished to live a moment longer instant and heroic work was necessary Drawing my sa ber from the scabbard I turned in my saddle and rising on tiptoe in the severed Old Peppers tail with one powerful stroke of the blade then digging the rowels into his side I gal loped rapidly to a place of safety I had cut loose not a moment too soon for on glancing over my shoulder as I dashed out of that inferno of carnage and destruction I saw the very tree from which I had just released my horse literally torn to pieces by a sud den storm of shot and shell It was a close call It was pretty rough on Old Pepper too but I believed then and I still believe that it was the only way by which I could have ex tricated myself from a desperate sit uationI know how you got out of it alive Caption said Gabe Green leaf but for are here to tell us about it Isee What became of Old Pepper I did not care to ride him again the experience had made a fool of him returned the narrator After that he vould bolt at the least noise Hed run even if a fly happened to light on him He had no tail to brush the flies off with you know and these instincts kept him on the run all that summer He finally ran himself to death BUCKEYE Mrs Berte Humphrey is still improv ingMiss Mary Daily is very sick at this writingThere is lots of sickness in the com munityMr Walker is able to go about again Mr William Burton has been very ill for some time Misses Bernice and Pearl Teater visited Miss Thelma Simpson Tuesday Mr Irvine Simpson and family visit ed his brother Wesley Monday night Brother Ellis will fill his Saturdayand Sunday atBuckeye Mr Moris Calico and wife visited their daughter Mrs Wesley Sispsoa MondayMiss Basket of nearNicholas ville is visiting Miss Beatrice Bay of BuckeyeMr Mrs Richard Parkers infant two months old died and was buried at the family burying grounds several in suspense Yankeestampeed t stirrups possible n appointment I r H re These People Have Hon st Genuine gains and Want your Trade Bring me your eggs W H Ward Bring me your shoulder meat 2t W H Ward Your account is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros I want a lot of Country meat and Sausage at once W H Ward Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Your account is due Please call and settle at ance Haselden Bros tf Dishes Dishes Dishes we got them and got them for Sale at Wards Gro cery 2t Fresh vegetabies at Wards A full stock of coal on hand at all 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 Good line winter boots rubbers and clothing at cost for cash only C D Powell Co For Sale 150 white Leghorn hens and pullets These are pure bred and the best strains Phone 184H Walton Moss For Sale For sale Tobacco press Good as new Walton Moss Every young person possible should enter the Richmond Business College at once Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates then he can fur nish tf Has It Occurred To You that it is really not coal but heat that you are Luying Yet in much 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 tire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can sup J A Jones 8Utf YOUR account Please call and SETTLE Haselden Brothers heel ar pricesLancaster 2t prices2t laying common easily lS f Je occasions pipit DUE Y r I 7i 7 2 y a mac Rw e v r a I CENTRAL RECORD lmed Weekly One DdOar per Year LOUIS Member f Kentucky rr AseecfMen Eifhth District Press League Mntendat tie Fo OUce in lAsSeeondClau rail Matter Lancaster Eyt January 18 1907 A congressman committed suicide a few davs ago because he was in debt and saw no way to pay The future looked so dark for him that he could not face it A day or two afterwards in Indiana a well known man living there and popular found himself at the end of his string kissed his wife and shot himself dead not face the future with nothing to go Some time ago a German of edu cation and culture was not able to make a living honestly and cbose the morphine route to the ease of death A lawyer in Indianapolis soughtanoth er route by which to getsomething for his family to live upon He could not make a living at the law and he ex perimented withcouterf citing Hewas successful for a year or two and made a living but dishonestly He was brave enough to take his life in his hand and disappear with an honest record Suicide for one cause or has become frequent often because of proverty and the resort to dishones ty for support is common Is it the cost of modern living and the numbers depending upon labor for a living that drive men either to the grave orcrime Are the examples set by the orunate the cause of men of character creating debts they cannot meet and others to life of crime to satisfy vanity and pleasure oz to gain a living for families Students of sociology have something to think about A good deal of advice is constantly being heedlessly given about what to do and how to when to go to bed and when to get up what to eat and what not to this and more until the mind becomes as troubled as the ocean in a storm But the following it too good to overlook as told by the Balti more American Centenarians give various reasons to which they ascribe their longevity but it is significant that they all agree on the advantage of plenty of work and little worry in aid ing length of life The advice lately given by a woman over 100 is worth considering as she advises one to eat when hungry sleep when sleepy with plenty of sleep to work constantly keep cheerful and avoid worry This puts in a few words the doctrine of simple life and her conclusion is LANDRAM sad He could upon compell- Ing eatall I 1 Ky as r another worthy of an ancient sage when she says that if these rules will not pro duce health and long life there is bad blood in the family and it had better die out An Illinois woman who is a candi date for the position of university trustee announces her belief that every woman wage worker should r have enough money to buy tailor made suits an occasional matinee ticket Easter bonnets and to have a comfortable home life This is a platform that will not only secure for her the solid femi nine vote but should put her in line for the presidency Was it not Presi dent Harrison who said that a cheap coat makes a cheap man and is it not to call for respect able clothes for women Dont forget that you are only one of many brother no matter on what ped estal you pose or niche you fill in life says an exchange Humanity is a com posite be who assumes the role of Gods only image is an ass It is meet that you walk the path of life with head erect and that you look your fel lows in the face but dont strut and dont you the world wouldnt wobble nor the sun cease to shine As a matter fact you always owe very much to others Ability and opportunity are success essentials but there must be good will to complete the trinity Your friends have helped more than a little to make you and it is only through making good with them that you can hope to hold what you have It is true that every tub rests on its own bottom but you must first bind the staves together with iron bands before the whole can stand a lone You may wear the if worthily and well it is only because you remember always that other churches have steeples too The fel low whose head swells to that point where he forgets falls The Danville News office has just installed a big lot of the latest presses etc to take care of its rapidly growing business Under the able management of Reed Embry and Vernon Richardson the bright editors the News has established a reputation as one of the brightest and most papers in the state while the quality ofjob printing turned out has won a reputation for correctness and reliability It would be impossible to find a better pair than Reed and Rich Over 33000 women earnedtheir liv ing last year by working in factories laundries department stores and of fices A good many thousand more earned theirs by doing cooking sew ing washing ironing scrubbing mending and general waiting on the old man and the children and most of them worked harder too and with equalstatemanship starewithout o laurelbut machinery reliable smaller financial returns But doubt less the joy of service was a sur ficient recompense Begistei came out last week in a new dress from head rule to footslug and the many friends of Mr Thos Pickles the able and editor rejoice that his name now appears at the as owner of the plant Mr Pickles is one of the brightest editors on the state press and is doing splendid work for his town and county It is difficult to explain why the church attendance should be lighter in hot weather than in cold or moderate It is just as mete that the beauties and benefits of the decalogue be ex plained in hot weather as in cold and it in even more appropriate as a fine suitable for enforcing the belief of a hot place for sinners Over fortythree thousand deaths of veterans of the civil war last year are reported The ranks are thinning at an accelerating speed If any body of citizens deserve long life and good health with a competence it is the old soldiers passing so rapidly A man may be a devout church member out when he goes to swap horses he is a great deal more anxious to find all the windalls splints knots and spavin on the animal he is about to trade for than on his own A California woman married a man who had lost both arms and a leg in a raiwav accident and aided him in re covering a verdict for 100000 She must bave had some experience behind a remnant counter It is to be hoped that the pure food law will require women to label the chicken salad seryed at parties so that men will know what keeps them awake the balance of the night The fact that fat women insist on marring lean men and short men pre fer to tie up with long women seems to indicate that Dan Cupid is more or less of a humorist A Pittsburg doctor claims to be able to tattoo a beautiful and bewitching blush upon the check of any maiden no matter how faded Bitter tears at the graves of loved ones are the delayed payments for many acts cf kindness received attheir hands while living The reason heaven hears the poor man when be cries is because heaven knows that he means business Money may be the root of all evil but it sometimes blossoms in right The masthead Richmond gentlemanly There is a difference between a sensation in the world and doing goodThe pass crop is almost a complete failure this year In Memory On December 23 after many weeks of intense suffering MrsFrankye Doty Hardin passed into the land beyond For days she lingered at deaths portal waiting as only those sustained by power Divine can wait until the final call Tho a stroke of paralysis had rendered her almost speechless many were the prayers she sent up for those around her and many the words of comfort she was so soon to leave but never a word of complaint came from her lips If it was the Fathers will for her to suffer then it was her will also He knew best and she was willing to take what He should send Often she asked for some one to sing those hymns which tell of the home of the redeemed songs it had been her de light to sing The music seemed to soothe her pain and to give her rest To her husband parents sister and brothers the promise of God for the keeping of His own is very sweet They know that He will keep the spirt she committed unto Him that day and they remember with grateful hearts that to her the end came not with pain but she entered into joy eteral on that quiet Christ mas Sabbath where Christmas carols might be her requiem and Christmas wreaths her funeral flowers Sustained and soothed by an un failing trust approached the grave like one who wraps the drapery of her couch about her and lies down to pleasant dreams Llfes labors done serenely to her final rest has passed While the soft memory of her sisters yet lingers with twilight hues when the bright sun is set Her Cousin Miss Georgie Dunn Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new students in the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in recommending its work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No hum bug tattiec No robbing students of of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf Stolen A horse stolen from my place on Crab Orchard pike about one mile from Lancaster on Monday night January 7th 1907 a bay horse about fifteen hauds high two white hind feet a small star in his forehead Any man that returns the horse will re ceive a liberal reward Frank Todd eousness creating against BOURNE Ed Adams sold a cow to Morford and Dunn price 2500 Mrs Wm Duncan bought six nice shoats of Allen Ray for 830 00 S N Morford bought a sow and pigs of James Crank for 2000 Mr R A Stone of Somerset visited his sister Mrs JT W Montgomery re centlyMrs Thomas Turner is spending sev eral weeks with her parents at Rice StationMr Duncan and family have moved near High Bridge Mr J C Turner and wife are visiting Mr J M Turner and family at Hyattys vllleMrs John Dismukes and children spent the day Sunday with Mr J P Hamm and family Miss Gertude Ball of Nicholasville was the guest of Miss Bertna Hamm a part of last week Mrs Thomas Morford and children of Danville returned home Sunday after spending several days with her son Mr Sam Morford and family STONE Mr Loton Raney is very sick with phneumoniaR visted her mother last week Elmer East bought of C S Sanders a horse for 895 Jim Sanders sold to A T Sanders a horse for 115 Mrs M A Sanders bought a bunch of shoats for C S Sanders little daughter is num bered with the sick Miss Vallie Duncan was a handsome visitor of the Misses Sanders Wednes dayMrs Dave Hunter attended the fu Lem Teater sold his crop of tobacco to a Louisville firm cts Mrs Forest Curtis and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Mead Teater and Taylor Raney made a trip to Paint Lick with their tobacco Saturday Misses Hattie Duncan and Maymie Sherrow were the charming guests of Miss Lula Crutchfield Thursday- A T Sanders sold to Mr Lawson a bunch of hogs at 5i cents Also L L Sanders sold to him a bunch for fiva thirtyEthel the two year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Taylor Raney died Wed nesday morning Jan 6th funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Tinder she was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery We extend our hearts sympathy to the father and mother I 17 Thursdayfor 8t I Your account- is ready DUE New Quarters We have at last moved into the E W Harris store where we are better prepared to serve our cus tomers than we have ever been before and we ask our friends to come and see us Our Spring Samples for Tail oring are now coming inT and we ESPECIALLY invite you to call and see them and dont that we have BEST LAUNDRY ON EARTH and ask you to bring us your work Shipments Tuesday and Thursday of each reek Hemphil West tBI 190Klg tsI I I I and I I MOUNT EI KIN I qftf J r Wfl ffil ief x rirlfiJfJi0 forget thee irk 0 Fo Card of Thanks We are very thankful to the kind friends who came to our assistance when death entered our home and take this method of expressing our gratitudeGarret Woods and family Darnaby Clintoaville Ivy Say My hogs were exposed to cooler after they had been cured with bon Hug Cholera remedy but it drl not effect them in any way Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin See Hudson for prices on recleaneri Northern seed oats 2G f RS I e Bon RC January Clearance Sale Beginning January 19th and Lasting 15 days All Winter Goods at Cost and in many instances less than Cost Owing to the warm open winter we have carried over more winter goods than we can afford to carry We must have the money out of these goods and in order to do so we have marked them down at prices that will undoubtedly sell them In many instan ces goods are marked down to half their wholesale value I I i I oc I AT I II Shoes AU winter weight shoes for Yen Women and Children i at cost One lot ofodds and ends in shoes to be closed regardless of cost All Crosset shoes at actual cost We I are overstocked in this line and they must go i i Dress Goods All woolen dress fabrics are marked down to actual cost One lot of woolen dress goods in a variety of colors at less than halftheir real value We have a few beauttful plain chek shirt waist patterns left that will be sacrificed n this sale Vvtr Laces Hamburgs Do not fail to see our lace and hamburg counter you will find them too temptating to shun Do not leave the house with out a look at our remnant counter i I There is no higher class Mans shoe made than the Crossett and we deem it need less to say more about a shoe so well known and widely advertised as vttie Crossett Come early and get the cream of the great A offered this sale NX The Joseph Mercantile QompaIncorporated value now In I I i I 0 t J L 7bi t t c f0 7 r fJ Y i n I t Clover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass recleaned and clipped north ern seed oats just received The best grades at the lowest prices FEEDCorn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed reed We arcs in the market at all times for Corn and Tiny 1 BANKS HUDSON Carpets in Crown Brussels Right Side Up Either Way Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Matting in all varieties of shades and colors Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Voo and Fashion Sewing MadiinesLanipsClocks and a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 C E L Woods Ircst V C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier IXCORroKATED JtA fA Ji1 1 I J I ICa Losd J COAL 1 I Ii I n I WIIf ij AHYTHiN FURNITURE I and Rugs S b n J ROBINSON1i t4 I I PEOPLES Paint Lick t I r f 0 j Mirrors A s S II ill BAN We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative I i I s i Banking CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS Sooooo DIKBCTOKS- M COY R ARNOLD R G GUTS J S BURROWS WOODS W C FISH 11 L j J B WOODS E L 11 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance LEAVZXL President J J WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tie RATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON J J Walker T M Arnold I II ij J I ITIZFT II 50000SURPLUS q e B F Hudson Lewis ioeu r THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K DEXXY President J E STOKMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr Bookkeeper DIIIECTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex It Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny R T Embry leep Your Money Safe fe Solicit Your BusinessI I We have an exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAX We have in stock 50 Twenty Mule Team books that we got on a special offer They are extremely interesting to the children and as long as they last we will give out free with each i pound purchase of BORAX c When these are gone we cannot secure more Come aVonce and take advantage of this R you will need the Borax jn the curing of DRUG STORE I i Borax- I i 1 ii 33 i 1 S j Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Judge M D Hughes was in Louisville this week Mr S T Leavell has been in on business Miss Mary Davis is visiting relatives NicholasviileMiss Ball is visiting rela tives in Stanford Miss Lillie Noel of Danville is the guest of Mis U D Simpson Miss Allie Anderson is in Lexington visiting Mrs W T Browning Miss Emma and Mrs J B Soper were visiting relatives in Richmond Mr H M Ballou has returned from Hendersonville North Carolina Mr S A Walker who has been ill for a week is reported as improving Mrs Lucinda Gulley is home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexing tonMiss Fannie Wilson of Richmond is the guest of her sister Mrs W R GottMrs R A Stone of Somerset has been visiting her daugher Mrs Thomas WallMr William Wherritt of New Or leans was here for a day the past weekMiss Cordie Hamilton of Middles boro is visiting her mother Mrs 1 HamiltonMiss Ward has returned from a visit to friends at Brytantsville and Mt Hebron Mr William Stevens of Stanford has been visiting Miss Mable and Ruth Underwood Mrs Sam Haselden and son J R have returned from a visit to Nichulas vine friends Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Pat KinnairdMiss Rigney leaves Saturday for a visit to the family of Mr J B in Richmond- E D Lawson and daughter of Bry antsville have been visiting the fami ly of Mr Milt Ward Mr and Mrs W P Hammond of Cynthiana have been visiting Rev and Mrs J H Williams Mrs A W Robinson has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Jane Wallace of Madison Mr and Mrs J E Stormes left yester day for Clear Water Fla to spend the remainder of the winter Miss Kate Simpson gave a chafing dish party Monday evenning in honor of Miss Lillie Noel of Danville Misses Emma Vanscicle and Lucy Gregory last Saturday for a visit to Mrs H H Hall of Winchester Mrs J M Staughton after a visit to her mother Mrs H A B Marksbury Tuesday for her home in Middle town Ohio M r Clarence Rose son o f Capt Rose of the L N was here last week His wife who is ill is with relatives near Preachersville Mr Ben Cormney Vice President of Rockastle Home Telephone Co has returned from Mt Vernon where he has been putting up some new lines Stanford Journal Mr R M Zanone and daughters Misses Maggie and Zadie Zula Zanone of Lancaster at tended the burial of little Sallie Tray lor yesterday afternoon Mr A G Hammack is very low with consumptionWe the tobacco warehouse in Lancaster will be built J J Cloyd of Rockcastle county visi ted at Flatwood last week Miss Myrtle Cormeny is in Lancaster studying the milliners art Rev A C Baird filled his regular at Good Hope Saturday and SundayMost of the tobacco in this neighbor hood has been sold to Mr Beazley of Paint Lick The mud roads in this section are something awful which makes our turnpike taxes more unjqst Mr Marcum has sold his home to Walker Gafney and is preparing to move back to Clay County Wm Hammack and family have re turned from Illinois and he is at the bedside of his father A J Hammack Tom Collet has sold his home to a man from Clay County and has bought and moved back into the knobsHenry Wooten has rented his place to a man from Clay county and rented a farm beyond Crab Orchard and Mrs Ruth Miller has rented the A G Mur rel house 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 someyears used Cham berlains Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whooping cough and has found it very beneficial She has confidence and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold McRoberts the reliable drufgtet at Lancaster III Cincinnati Walker let left appointment byR tIr t FLAT WOOD implicit unit E r 1 For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Ilarrodsburg Herald Auctioneer McGinnis reports 100 cattle on the market Monday Lot of common steers sold 10 75 a head 5 Goo pound steers a head 8 5oopound steers 15 each 10 small calves a head Sold 8 mulch cows for C S Vanarsdall at from to 30 plug horses from 30 to 75 Tobacco growers generally will be interested in the report that has just come from Washington It is stated ou reliable authority Senator Mc Creary called on Senator Aldrich Chairman of the Finance Committee and insisted that the committee take action on the bill to remove the tax of six cents a pound from leaf tobacco He told Aldrich that the bill was by a Republican Commissioner of Internal Revenue and that it pass ed the Republican House of Repre sentatives almost unanimously lIe argued that it was due the house that the Senate should give the bill con sideration Senator Aldrich promised that the committee will take the bill up after the holidays and invented Mc Creary to appear before it I am con vinced said Senator McCreary that there is a good chance for a favorable report on the bill and its passage by SenateW of Willisburg Ky sold to Montgomery Bros of Springfield Ky twelve cotton mules for 135 each Rod Warfield of Elizabethown Ky sold to Warfield Lee of Macon Ga mules at 19250 per head Hubble Eubanks Ky sold to VanCleave three jacks for 2700 Hub Duddera sold the same party one 3 year old jack for 100 In view of the fact that the fruit tree agent will advise planting all kinds of trees plants and vines too close together for the purpose of as large an order as possible the following suggestions are offered as coming near the minimum distancc Apples twentyfive feet each way plums and cherries sixteen feet each way raspberry and vines four by eight feet grape vines twentyfour by forty two inches According to government figures the winter wheat crop of the United States for 1J06 amounted to 428S8001 bushels Kentuckys crop was 11542 598 bushels The 1JOG tobacco crop is placed at 082428530 pounds including seed leaf and all other varieties against 633033719 Ibs grown in 1105 The Kentucky crop is placed at 252 300000 aginst 228975420 pounds grown 1905The top prices of the tobacco Burley crop was reached the first of the year at Mt Sterling when W J Reed of Carlisle purchased of Geo W Denton 10000 pounds of while Burley at 15 cents straight The crop was the best handled ready for the market and the price shows that good quality of the weed will bring high figures The determination of the Depart ment of Agriculture to enforce strictly the meat inspection law is having its effect The export trade in canned goods which fell off 50 per cent as a result of the packing house investiga tions is gradually recovering and with a due regard for cleanliness and hones ty in the preparation and marketing the meat products the United States must continue to leas the world in the live stock and meat trade Our friends Howard Nutter and Sam Bohanan were on Cheapside the other day discussing sweet by Bones and we learned that friends Nutter had been showing fine horses for 34 years and not once has he failed to bring home the blue tie He has now on his table fourteen premiums which he won as the best rider and he was never He is now on the shady side of fifty and retains his youth remarkably well He still grows a number of horses of his originals how stock Among the number is a gelding and a fouryear old mare by Highland Denmark and a yearling All three will be competitors in the show ring this Gazette Perry Minor and June W Gayle own the premium pair of mules in They are a big pair of black mare mules four year old next Spring They were raised by Thos Dunlay of Woodford county and stand 16 hands and three inches high and weign 1425 pounds each They are broken and have taken first premium in all of the big fairs in Kentucky and Tennes see this year and last Messrs Gayle and Minor paid 600 cash for them at the sale at Lexington last week buy lug them from Thompson Graves They will use them in their transfer wagon between Owenton and Sparta this winter At the same time they bought five other mules at an average prices of 200 When it comes to buy ingmules Gayle Minor get the best Co Democrat Wise Council From the 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 l have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing con dition The first bottle gave me great relief and after a few more bottles I was so com pletely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold nde r guarantee at B E McBoberte urog 5Oc 1m I i JYc 23 10 23 a carlcad of 26 getting of lOG fallKentucky Kentucky Owen L u j that prepared Lexington market defeated three vearold well completely cured h Cured of Luhg Trouble is now eleven years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C 0 Floyd a leading business man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 133 pounds and coughing wasconstant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discoyery and continued this for about 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 Guaran teed at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and SlOO Trial bottle free 1m PAINT LICK T J Coyle and wife of Grjdly Ill are with relatives in this place Miss Alma Lear has returned from a visit to Harrodsburg friends Miss Margaret Pullins has entered Madison Institute Richmond T J Champ of Paris is with home folks taking a much needed rest Miss Nellie Rice is with her aunt Mrs Sallie McCormack at Winchester John Rucker engineer on the L A rail road is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Mr and Mrs Burdette Ramsey have been visiting their brother Terrel Ramsey at Beatyville Ky Thomas Grady who was badly kicked by a horse a short time since is improv ing nicely under Dr Carmans treat Mr Andrew Heddle a niuhly respect ed citizen died with a complication of troubles and was interred in Manse CemeteryOur buyers R Beazley and Plummer Kincaid have received something over 3000000 pounds of tobacco up the present Miss Nancy Blasklev of Pewee Valley who has been the attractive guest of Miss Alma Lear has returned home much to the reget of her many admirers 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 Me Roberts the reliable druggist at Lan JBKYASTSYILLE Dr Bascom Rose bought aiiorse from Cicil Easley for 170 Mr and Mrs J C Williams visited relatives in Danville Sunday Dr W M Elliott was in Lexington last week Mr and Mrs Jeff Dunn were in Lex ington the first of the week Mr W B Burton of Lancaster was here last week buying mules of Illinois is spending several weeks with his aunt Mrs Sam HaseldenMrs B Welch is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Sam DeatherageMiss Lee Woolfolk of is visiting her cousin Miss Mayme Lee Ballard Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster has been visiting her aunts Mrs Eugene Berkele and Miss Levy Dunn Miss Daisy Collier has returned to her her nome at Danville after her sister Mrs Taylor Burdette Mr and Mrs Sam Dunn who were recently married in Mississippi came home last week for a visit to Mrs Atha Dunn Mr Mote Scott sold a horse to Mr A T Scott last week for S225 also one to Mr E S Evans 125 There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening by the pastor Rev W D WelburnThe friends here of Mr and Mrs W L Glass regret very much that they will move to Hanly Jessamine county next week where Mr Glass will go into business Mr Glass has been one of the firm of Becker and Glass for several years and bis leaving will be quite a loss to the community We wish them much success in their home Tne Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered No one can realize the attendant upon an attack of the grip unless he has had the actual ex perience There is probably no dis ease that causes so much physical and mental agony or so successfully defies medical aid All danger from the grip however may be avoided by he prompt use 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 has not recovered For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m The Richmond Business College is graduating and placing in positions many Kentucky young men and women It gives superior advantages and a square deal to students No doing students financially Recom mended by graduates One writes Am pleased with my position You certanily do all you agree and I all who wish a business education to attend one of Lippards Business Colleges tf lIb N to caster lm Mr Hmtt Lexington visiting ourselves of that u J I i men t new suffering which advise st- 5 4 Carnations I Home Growno X Large bloom and tn long stem l 1 Z j 1 ooaJ o oocoo c hocooooovo rrrv taooeoooooooeoooas0ooo HYACINTHS 10 cents each Come and See OOOOOXMOOOOO X i I Iu Pots i I ALL COLORS oooeoooo9oooeoeooe LANCASTER IO EENHousE I Richmond Street II Lancaster Kentucky g JOHN CHRISTIAN Proprietor Phone 157 aooeoreoooeeos eeeeeeeee Roses Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These Roses are second f i I I to r eooeoeoeeeeeoeveeeeeeee4 0 near w IIU1 iFlowers Floral Designing a BULBS Plants In Season IIl eUSSSNSFuneral Speclatty Bedding R E McRoissKTS Prest J W EtMOKE Cashr J C EUIIAKKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The latest Improved Proof Vaalt ail Safe otllcerecl and counseled by a directorate whose integnty and ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated II K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson TV R Cook DIRECTORS H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I CONCERT AND Benefit Crab Orchard Christian Church Court House Lancaster I I I bust particularly i i I I requirement a Burto- ns fIi Reading I rQ FRIDAY January Beginning at 730 FVJVi Mrs Anna R Rentz Reader Mrs Nellie Gibbsv Pianist Both of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music PROGRAMME i A Spoken Song Selected 2 Valse 3 Sweet Girl Graduate 4 Awakening of 5 The Littlest Girl Chopin Phelps XteKoostki Daris fi f a Rustle of Spring Columbine Smitk 7 Gabriel Grub Dickens S Medley ofNational Airs Selected 9 Singing in Gods Acre Fields 10 Cachuca Raff Her Campers Tea Phelps 12 Pasquinade 13 How the Larue Stakes Were Lost Hood 14 Bolero Raff 15 Spoken Songs Seta Piano furnished by LEWIS HKBKDOK dealer in Musical Instruments of all kinds Admission 35c Children 2Sc The members of the Crab Orchard Christian Chmrch aw stelr ing to pay for their new building which replaces the one destroy ed by cyclone Your awistaace will be greatly appreciated I DeMarque I u the Lion u Sin b I I u u Gait scJ1a1k e ted I I 0 0 Q e ding I e L A jaY t 7 h amBoetsr l HILURt ptvEls OpMnMorp1liOO nor NOT NAKCOTIC jJJIsir Remedy forConstipa tion Sour cress and Loss OF SLEEP Signature of NEW YORK JjDo 3 jI I EXACT COPYOFVRAPPER inht uwmetttmmmmnaurnimtmwPmmasm AV gefabcPreparatioilforAs- si l atitl i 1 CiQliiOrlS Di esliottC oetfil- llaessatdRestColtaiastleitlio r edGP SMZe1DFd TacSizf 1e lrfi Q CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years THE CEIlTAUIl co NEW YORK CITY CASIORIA Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have heard of the Bumper Crops which have 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 the 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 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results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost rites and skin diseases 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m BEAUTY IN SPANISH DANCING Easily the Finest in the World to Writer In dancing the Spanish woman Is queen of her sex To see the real thing you must get hold of a gypsy band or visit some humble dancing place in Seville or in the south There Is no dancing in the world so poetic passionate suggestive or graceful Spain is the true home of the dance There are the jota or Aragon with its fine abandon but stately time the tango resembling the danse du ventre of Moorish dance of gesture and suggestion the cachuca with its chironomic play of head and arms the jaleo de Jerez which gypsies dance in whirling meas ure the quaint dances of the Basque provinces and scores of minor local dances more or less alike peculiar to different localities But the great dances are the bolero the seguidilla the chaeona and the fandango of the south These dances are the soul and epitome of Spain In all of them prose mys tery of true an part in all of them the poetry of love and motion is exhibited with extraordinary subtlety and expression Nineteenth Century TOO MANY COOKS ON THE JOB Which Is One Reason Why Food Was Flavored with Soapsuds That too many cooks spoil the broth was proved to a family when the mother went away the dinner already cooked with directions for warming and serving it properly In her note the mother stated that the soup was in a pitch er in the refrigerator The first to arrive after she had left was her husband who thought he would begin by preparing the soup After he had poured it into the kettle lIe decided that he would fill the pitcher with warm suds as he had often seen his wife doing A few minutes later the daughter reached the house and with considerable talk about the careless ness of some persons taking things away from the ice she placed the sup posed soup against the ice where it was sure to keep Next morning when the various articles kept in the ice chest were served there were many wry faces for the suds was made from laundry soap and the food tasted more of soap than anything else Lowell Mail His Boyhood Memory Its a funny thing the merchant observed as he dried the address on an envelope but every time I use a new blotter It makes me think of a wierd detective story I read when I was a boy The plot of the story as I remember it rested on the sleuth finding a new blotter that had been used to dry the ink on a letter that was the clue to all the mystery He held the blotter up to a mirror and of course could read the address he And here I am an old fool I sup pose you will say still trying the same thing 30 years after that The curious part of it is that I only do it once the first time I use the fresh blotter Then the memory of the thing slips away from me until it is time to take Congratulations Anyway John Kendrick Bangs had been con gratulated on the success of his last bookThank you Mr Bangs said and I am glad your congratulations dont work both ways Work both ways Yes Like those that were once offered to one Brownlow A friend said to Brownlow Let me congratu late you I see by the paper that your wife has presented you with twins Brownlow smiled No he said That is a mistake The fathers name is John C Brown low I am John K Brownlow Ah cried the other man heartily then I do indeed congratulate you The Way to Blacks Farm A man who was driving in the coun try stopped to inquire of a farm hand who was mowing the way to James Blacks farm house His reply ran something like this Well yer go straight ahead till yer git ter the Bill Bruce place then bar off on the nigh side till yer come ter the forks in the rud then yer haff ter go long till yer come to a red schoolhouse thats about a haff a mile from but yer dont want ter go that way You turn round to yer right till yer git ter that house where there aint nobody lives Then its the fourth house on the lefthand side arter that Wash Your Green Coffee How many housewives see to it that the green coffee purchased from the grocer is carefully washed before roasted I have known many careful housekeepers to empty the coffee from the parcel in which it was bought into the pan for never thinking that they are an unclean thing Coffee is often dyed to give it a better color and aside from this there is such a quantity of real dirt upon it that it really astonishes people who never washed it Wash your cof Magazine The Right Name Mr Bugust Sherpe the popular poor at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative cure biliousness and constipation 25c at B E McBoberta drug store 1m r According Spainthe graceful gesturethe dancingplays important recently wanted another r It Bunkers being otherwise roasting do- Ing feeNatIonal r overseer jGuaranteed- to leaving a ofthe High Grade Coal Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Sat isfaction Guaranteed Office near L N Depot The Markets LOUISVILLE KY Jan 17 4 p M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 75 5 25 Medium to good shipping steers I 5K 9 4 75 Choice butcher steers 4 i5 I 75 Medium to good butchers a 50 4 25 Common to medium butchers 3 00 3 50 Good to choice feeders 3 00 4 CO Common to medium feeders 3 25 3 50 Good to extra stock steers 225 2 75 Common to medium stock steers 3 25 3 75 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 3 25 Common to medium stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Medium to good bulls 3 E0 4 0 Choice veal calves 625 75 Common to medium calves 3 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 toaoo iba G 55 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs c 55 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs G 45 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs G Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs G 05 Roughs 150 to 400 lbs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 oo 4 50 Fair to good j oo 3 50 Common to medium 2 00 3 OQ Bucks 1 75 o 05 Extra shipping lambs 7 50 Boat butcher lambs G 00 Common tailendlamb 2 50 5 00 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Notice of Dissolution The firm of Becker Glass doing business at Bryantsville has this day by mntal con sent been dissolved W L Glass retiring All parties indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once C C Becker llS4t W L Glass U TIN EA4LEY f d S a ro Goo rC Thttuiidersigiifrt htieby jive wan ini to nt persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice John W Rill R L Burton W SFerguson I i rs P D Gill Clay Suttun B L Kelley- I M Myers A Sanders II O Arnold 7 W Sweeney Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky Says I gave my fowls Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it cer tainly worked wonders Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin DONT DOSE THE STOMACH Cure Catarrh by Breathing Ilyomci Sold Under Guarantee There is one treatment for nasal ca tarrh which is based upon common sense and at the same time is scientific Hyomei is not a cureall it is a specific for the cure of catarrhal trou bles Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit the aromatic healing of Hyo mei penetrates to the most remote part of the nose throat and lungs healing all inflammation and killing the catarrhal germ wherever present So successful has Hyomei been in the cure of catarrh that we sell it under a guarantee that it will cost nothing unless it gives satisfaction The complete Hyomei outfit sells for 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vestpocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of The inhaler lasts a and if more Hyomei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for 50 centsIt is the most economical of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh and is the only one that treats this disease without stomach dosing applying the medication and healing where the disease germs are present Do not dose the stomach to cure nasal catarrh breathe Hyomei 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Residence No 7 R J ow Of Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise are made by artists not by amatures We know how to finish a picture to give it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll be our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Fall clothes get old Beautiful satisfiedwith j TJ4E Pox STUDIO a Photographs r jji L CoimmssiOKfrs sie of Lrm GAJCIAII CIRCUIT COUKI Isaac Duncan firs ii I Isaac Duncans Delta By virtue of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at it November Terms 1906 in the stove styled cte I its M ier Cuun ui u er of said court wilt on MONDAY JANUARY 23th 11H I it being County Court day at the Court Mouse t M r iu Larcasve Gar rare county Kentucky c the highest an4bet birtvir h fiiiiwt de cribtMi tra of Ii uii sli ritrtf it i rar county Kentucky on the waters of Canoe Creek and is bounded as fol lows Beginning at a stake na the east side of road H poles from the center of an old iceliousu aim ten feet west of a large elm corner to Luke Jlonrtomerv and the remainder of the farm thence with title I I7i E 775 poles to a stake near tht nor uast Cr ner of a stable thence N 3i 5i poles to E D Lawson line onnerl formerly George Johnson thence with Lawsous line S3f W 10 poles to a beech at a spring in a ravine thence down ravine N52i Wls polo bSG W 1C poles N47I W poles S 85 WlJ poles 2s G7 V775 poles to a stake in drain thence up a hill S WK5 poles to a stake thence S 761 W40 poles to the centre of Creek corner to Noses Graham tn ct thence up the creek with the centre of same S22 WAS 4 poles 10 i in the centre of Creek cower W D Scott thence with Scoffs up a ravine S fiSi E3450p5 S 5S K34 poles S 82 E 24 poses S H E 10 o a White Walnut thence S 5 i H4S poles to a stake on hilltop as W I Scotts bars corner to the remainder of the Isaac Duncan land thence a new line alonir the west side of a rwr 721 E2 poles to the end of a stone fence thence alone Kaid ro iJf and cross 27 E 37M poles to the containing 72 acres 3 roods and 1752 poles Said land will be sold by the acre and the purpose of this sale is fur 51 distri bution of the proceeds among the heirs of Isaac Duncan TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months purchaser will be to execute bend of equal instal ments payable with good security to the undersigned Master Commkssioner for said purchase money bearing G 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 miser of a A loin will also be retainer upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master CommissionerGarrard Circuit Court This Jnnuary 10th 1007 W I Wiliams Atty fur PUT Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the and others Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you run and patronize others and dont think anything about what you arc doing so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to LANCASTER KY Results in Stomach Troubles and Physical Breakdown The strenuous life of modern times forces people to rush through their meals hastily hurrying from the ta ble in the mad rush after the dollar The result is incomplete digestion inflammation of the walls of the stomach and lack of secretion of the gastric juices ending in chronic trouble and nervous breakdown How much better it would tn eat more slowly cure tne trouble with Miona and soon regain specks before the eyes melancholy and gloomy fore would be soon overcome and health and strength would ba Proper treatment of the weakened system with 3Iiona will every case of stomach trouble results of this treatment are so and so pronounced that who have tried it never fail to its value as a healing So reliable is Miona in curing all of stomach weakness and trouv that we give a signed guar that the remedy will cost noth unless it cures Each box of sells for 50 cents and is In to anyone who suffers with nervousness or weak KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery Prie I 50c1flO VOIDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG T2OTJB UCS or MONEY Irs t Mont W J G to 1 meN t required j PlaUw X J itf1 1 i LAUNDRY Van logan Agent The OtiS Life stomach sleeplessnessback- aches ure ng WITH FOR t ouierys t10 Canoe stake line s pale tilt beginning judgment Well Bth a d along Ste almighty orms OUGHS anti t BALL- Y Y rR atf 3I Ij x Obstinate racking Coughs 79 your head ache your thicat ant lu i sore and inflamed that zebi 3011 f your system becomes so ra down that you are in graze danger 1 Pneumonia or Coosumptioa are qnif cured by Fo2efyS iiGney d Tar soothes and heals the inflamed air p sages days the feverish condition stops the cough and prevents results from a cold Is the only prominent cough medicine oa the market that does not cootaa opiates or harmful drugs of any kui and oa this account safestfor children It is unexcelled for Croep anti Whoop fug Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough rhlcli follows measiea and leaves so many children with we Jc lungs unless properly treated Remember the Honey and Ter and refuse tutes that cost you lea sumo as tiia genuine Do not take chances wits some unknown preparation C Unger 211 Maple St Champi c 13 writes I hacking cough for a year and I h I had consumption I tried agreat nriay remedies and I was coder the care of physicians for several months I ted one bottle of Foteys Houey an Tar it cured me and I have not bees since Three sizes 25c 53c SlOOi The SO cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost sis times ai much SGiB BY sale 1 v C C T E Storme I I IIODure Coughs G dsI 7 I i t ZiJI Ja t it t3 J 1ithit r 3 IYJ8 fi f rn rn Y 111 sleepuntil j n i T1 seri F 1EY1S o y ilJ T R is name roICv1 sub e was troubied a tho H D For r t crs A s1 aLl as 7Jd bat ail L YSpiDas s 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