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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 2511107VExrSEKrn rEAR i S 1rBl1L JL L DAVIDSONAttorney Law Office over Police Court room WmHerndon Ben DBemrton Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store lOc Any copy of Sheet Music i in the house OCts Lewis Herndon Successor to West Herndon R t rrbmpt attention to husbcs f I J I I IJ R 1 tI P tltRdr JABeazley Undertaker I I Irteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above church Phone 111 IDennjjj Presbyterian 11 DO I I I e Conn Brothers Carriages Hardware Farm Implements Machine Shop Engines and Boilers Repaired and For Sale Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance 1Ffs Ii1JfEfffi tm fif Bffitlii w Jnillii Farmers I me I t FLEE 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 VEAL CALVES A SPECIALTY W R GOTT CO I i iICCIIII ecOD I PRODUCE 9 I Etc By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7onecan FOR RENT Bfacksnrr Shop on Lexington Pike in the cityoM known as the Green leaf Shop arid rdrmerly owed by Tom Mc Millan This r5 one of the best stands in the city with dwlling 2Sgy h The ter 2it f J W II TONl Y pr itiA j t 7rJt A hove I r I Monday is county court day and a I large crowd is expected When you come to town Monday drop in The Record office and pay for your paper We will be very glad to receive itI Eld F M Tinder will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morn ing at 1045 subject What must I do to be saved The residence of S H Anderson on new Danville pike cauzht fire Sunday night but the blaze was extinguished after a bard fight by the family Homer Carpenter field secretary of the C E Union will visit Lancaster and speak in behalf of the C E move ment on first Sunday night in Feb ruary A night telegraph office has been established at the depot which will be kept up until the Dix River bridge is repaired Nearly every train at Lancaster is given an order of some kind Mr Wm Lear bought at the Stanord horse sale a very fine bay combined horse for 500 He is three years old 15 hands one inch high He has taken several blue ties as a Loafers have become such a nuisance that several business houses have post ed large placards asking them to stay out The greatest pest of the day is the store stove loafer Go to work Naturally Cynthiana is a old baby in Missouri that can talk plainly Of course it is a girl Confederates Veterans Attention A very important meeting of Camp M D Logan will be held in the circuit court room in Lancaster next Monday court day at two oclock In addition to the election of officers other important business will be and every member is urged to be present Joe H Arnold Comdr A Competent Judge Speaking of a recent appearance of the famous band in that city the Danville Advocate say The ever popular Saxtou was never heard to better advantage and the orchestra under his leadership handled the music with telling effect There are few if any the peer of Saxton when it comes to leading an orchestra for dance music or in the opera house He has always had a select number of finished musicians who can be depend ed upon Bridge Damaged Dix river which was on a last week washed the false work from under new rail road bride between and Rowland and all trains are transfering at that point The bridge was not washed down but made so that trains can not pass over it Passengers walk over the bridge while mail baggage and express is a hand car The night train wil at Lancaster every Sunday the ground gets dry enough to re place the false work Loses Ten Dollars Sunday the 13th as Mrs Mattie returning home from the church she dropped one of the contribution envelopes containing ten dollars and has been unable to find it It was lost between the church and her residence on Lexington street Mrs Duncan is treasurer of the and the loss is not a small one as church subscriptions in this neck o1 the woods are not frequent nor enormous in size A Good Meeting The meeting at the Methodist church continues this week and many of our people are enjoying the sermons by Rev F M Hill and the singing by Prof Ragsdale of Louisville Mr Hills sermons show careful study and pre paration and are very beneficial and enjoyableSeveral have united with the church and many church members of all denominations been benefitted by bis sermons The singing by Pro Bagsdale is very fine and is greatly It is indeed a very important part of the services The meeting will likely close Sunday evening Lancaster Friends Should Help The Record has just received a from Mrs W A Yantis of Para gould Ark in which she tells of the effort the members of the Christian church in that city to their church The ladies of the congregation have been asked to raise one thousand dollars Many Lancaster friends and relatives will remember how hard Mrs Yantis worked for hei church when a resident of this city and what an earnest zealous member she and will readily see by thh letter that she has the same there The Record will now ask her old friends and pupils who her school and received ten while under her charge U assist in building her church It th pupils will give fifty cents or a dollar each it will be of assit tance Mrs Yantis is remembered witl much love by her pupils and we most all of them will do this Other friends and relatives will show the true Christian spirt by making contribution If you dont care to g to the trouble of sending it leave it a The Record office and we will tak greatest pleasure in sending It to her How many will respond old DemocratThere p m transacted rampage- I unsafe transfered- on layover until Duncan Presbyterian enjoyed letter aremaking rebuild was attended such der inestimable be- lIeve f arriving two year nine months Lancaster church enthusiasm care is A j The New York Life Insurance Com pany through its agent M D Hughes paid George B Robinson 3352 on a 20 payment life policy Payment was made the day it fell due and it was perfectly satisfactory This is one of the best companies and issues a stand ard incontestable annual dividen policy as prescribed by the laws of New York 1 wish to say to the dealers that this piano is the best tone and has the best action of any piano that I have used in any of the in this state The and tone are perfect This is Mrs Nellie DeMarque Gibbs said of the piano used Friday night in the entertainment at the Court House you will find this as well as many other styles at my store on D Avenue Louis Herndon Good Behavior The Record can not refrain from commenting on the splendid order at the court house last Friday evening during the entertainment for benefit of the Crab Orchard church While it true that everyone present was deeply entertained yet it is seldom that many people can togeth er festive Smart Alex boys or giggling girls of the tehee age are bent on disturbing those about them This was conspicious by its Friday night which brought joy to those who delight in seeing people benave themselves in public places It is not uncommon to see girls and boys too some well along in years laugh talk and make themselves general nuisances at public somtimes even in the house of worship Nearing Ninetieth Milestone Passing through Lexington on his way to Frankfort Wednesday was John Y Leaven of Garrard county says the Lexington Leader Mr is one of the most picturesque men of the State lIe is the ex emplification of a type that is fast dis appearing from our midst lu his ninetieth year he is the beau ideal of the typical Kentucky gentleman and his form is as erect his eye as dear and his voice as cordial and hearty as that of many a man half his age Mr Leavell is an uncle of Judge George Denny of this city and was on his way to the capital to visit his daughter Mrs Armstrong When seen by a Leader reporter Wednesday he said that he was in the best of health and that he intended to keep living as long aslie could as life still had many points of interest and charm for hon He will attain his ninetieth birthday March 21 Lines Busy Business men use the telephone extent hardly conceivable It is one of their best assets They save of time and much money using it But the business man is frequently brought up standing when he seizes the receiver and calls up central with the cry in return gently made that the lines busy The busy man of business wonders who is at the other end He waits a minute and calls central up again He gets the same reply lines busy He loses his patience that time and many other times He is ballled And he grows indignant when he learns that the line was held by some gossiping miss or talkative woman or a gasconading youth or the hired girl Is it that business is thus interfered with by persons who have no earthly of the service It is all too true and there is no present help for it that one can discover Pity that some means could by which to the unbusy busybodies Most Delightful Entertainment The entertainment given in this city Friday evening for the benefit of the Crab Orchard Christian church was decidedly the most enjoyable it has been the pleasure of our people to hear in recent years Notwithstand ing the fact that the weather was very disagreeble a large audience was and each and every one were loud in their praise of the splendid work done by Mesdames Rentz and Gibbs neat sum was realized fur the church a and Mr and Mrs J B Willis wno had charge of the entertainment ask The Record to express to the people their heartiest thanks foi the liberal given them As a reader Mrs Anna R Rentz cannot be surpassed and her equal has never been heard in this section of the country Her voice is magnificent a3 shows the careful training it has Her sel ctions were very pleasing and and called for many encores Nellie eMarque Gtbbs was time and again by her exquisite playing She proved to audience with the very first number that she was artist of exceptional ability sod fine training She indeed one very one in the average audience and his she certainly did here These adies the former residing in Newport n ind the latter in have lone much work of this for Churches lodges and similar organizations and have a wide eputation as entertainers The peo ale of Lancaster who heard them were o well pleased that many requests return engagement have been made md should this be arranged for the ocal hall will hold the audience wishing to them e I Prompt Settlements I I entertainments given wh absence gatheringsyes Leave r lots beadopted support appropriate Irs encored r an is the very few who can pay to please Lawren burg aracter her on fort not greet actio who tnvil begotten the tan true need eliminate present had the a Banks Assessment Reduced The city hoard of supervisors decided to reduce the assessment on two of the local banks that is on the shares uf capital stock That of the National Bank was reduced 8460 that of the Clzizens Bank 9360 The valulation of some other property was raised but the total reduction will amount to som thing between 11000 and 12000 The board consisted of Messrs J J M D Hughes and C W West T E Wheeler Dead It is with the deepest regret The Record notes the death of Mr T E enjoyed the confidence and respect of who knew him and no man stood higher in the estimation of the people in the locality where he lived He was a Christian gentleman and will not only be missed by this paper but by his community He died last week and was buried with Masonic honors to which order he was devoted New Manufacturing Concern Richmond Register Richmond has secured another industry in the form of a hemp rehandling warehouse which has just been established in this city R M West Bro is the style of the firm which will occupy quarters in the W R Letcher in the East End The gentle men composing the firm are originally from Garrard county and thier bust ness is a branch of the American Hemp Company Their establishment is another link that is rapidly benig forged in the chain that is to girth our town in solid manufacturing en terprises ere its work is done We greet the gentlemen heartily and them to our midst Senators Good Work growers generally will be interested in the report that has just come from Washington It is stated on reliable authority that 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 on tobacco He told Aldrich that the bill was prepared by a Republican Commissioner of In ternal Revenue and that it passed the Republican House of Representatives almost unanimously He argued that it was due the House that the Senate should give the bill consideration Senator Aldrich promised that the committee would take the bill up the holidays and invited McCreary to appear before it I am convinced said Senator McCreary that there is good chance for a favorable report on the bill and its passage by the On a Good Platform Mr J R Mount was asked by The Record if he would be a candidate Democratic nomination for from Garrard county to the next Legislature He replied Yes sir I have decided to make the race I am unqualifiedly against the saloon am for legislation against the reckless runnning of automobiles upon the highways and am for a two cent rail road fare The latter has been proven a complete success in other states and there is no reason why Kentucky should not have the same benefit Mr Mount has been a resident of Lancaster for several years has done much hard work for his party and is always ready and anxious to help in any effort for the upbuilding of his town and county He has been an ac tive and working member of the party for many years and has served with distinction of the Legislature and is in every way qualified for the place The County Unit Law The temperance proposition in presents some very interesting features at the present time and the unanimity which every county holds an election under the provisions of the County Unit Bill takes its place in the temperance column is little short of remarkable Kentucky from the position at least in the the outside world as being literally land overflowing with whisky is now pernaps the most temperate State in this regard in the Union As to the work accomplished by the operation of The County Unit Bill passed by the last Legislature few statistics on the suject might not prove and are hereby given with theassurance that they emanated from an authoritative source Since June 11th of the current year when the County Unit Bill became operative there have been held twenty five elec boos under its provision these being mostly county elections of this and one hundred and seventyfive saloons have been closed The area of fected by these elections is 8799 square miles of dry territory a os 394 899 The voted dry by an aggregate ma jority of 19576 Kentucky State Jour Notice There will be a meeting of the of Lake Placid fishing club dt the Police Court room on Friday Feb 2 P M for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year and other matters of importance every requested to be present J M Rothwell Pres F P Friable Secty 2t Walker everyone warehouse welcome Tobacco after Senate forth representative public Democratic Kentucky Kentucky occupying opinion- of character popular Ion counties stockholders members correspondent bearing uninteresting sustaining lat t ol IN MEMORIAM Mrs Susan Anderson departed this life Jan 5th 1007 at her home in surrounded by children and many loved ones She had lived to a ripe old age having passed the 85th mile stone last August No woman was better or more favorably known than Aunt Susan She was born in Garrard county near Hyattsville put spent the larger part of her life in or near Lancaster She was the mother of twelve children eight of which to comfort and bless her old age with many joyous moments The character of tnis really great woman was no where more evident than in her true motherhood In prosperity or adversity she was ever the same bright cheerful spirit revealing the masterful power of self control She was loving and indulgent but compell ed order and system at all times and in all things To the end this was evident and her devoted children were glad to accord to her this supremacy Years were not a burden to her young heart She was ever in touch with the living growing things about her en joving the keenest interest in young people and children She did not be come a Christian early in life she did it meant mind soul and body She became inteligent in the things Kingdom and always did her part in pushing to completion any good work As the student of Gods word she was constant and system matic never failing to read her every day She was loved by all the people of the community In no thing was she narrow or little Her real heart went to people and she never grew tired of their She let no party lines deprive her of the fellow ship that was always precious and helpful She is gone from us to the larger life and better things her spirit is with the God who gave it and the hosts of earth will her tenderly and rejoice in that meeting where parting never comesThe family the church the is sad The seperation but rich in the contribution they have made to the heavenly home A Friend Mr Jessie D Wearren the popular insurence man has been particularly unfortunate with his horses lately Some weeks ago one died which cost him and another died yesterday which caused a loss of the same amount Look on the Bright Side Why not make the best of things as they come to us There are certain ones in this town who havs been of hard times ever since we knew them They could not enjoy the last few weeks of a warm winter for fear the fruit buds would start and then They know that crops will be a failure this year There is always some hintr disastrous going to I happen It is just as cheap ana you I are worth more to your family and the town if you look on the sunup side of ire The Love of a Mother One of our oldest police officers is quoted as saying In all of my long connection with the police of Indianapolis I do not recall a single instance of a mother turning her back upon her son no matter how low he was The mothers live is unfailing Like the charity or love of which we read in a recent Sunday school lesson it thinketh no evil No matter how worthless and sinful in the eyes of others her boy may be the mother sees some good in him and finds excuses for his lawlessness that satisfy her though they are of no avail with judge or jury This thought ought to stimulate every boy who has a mother to do his best to merit her good It ought to make him avoid every temptation to do what would displease or grieve her It would be a wise thing for any young man always engaging in any pursuit or to ask himself What would mother say of Do Great Good Fraternal orders are as a whole blessings They engender a spirit of thrift ness and sobriety and they do this without freezing the soul into selfishness as is apt to be the case in tLe almost universal rush for wealth and social position These orders bring mankind into closer social relation and help cherish those feelings that grow and put forth fragrant blossoms of interest in each others welfare They are instrumental making mankind thoughtful and helpful tonne another expanding the sentiments of virture charity and brotherly love The teach us a religion that enables us to break the bread to the hungry and fatherless and hand the cup of water to the thus ty watch by the bedside of the sick Visit those in illness or trouble look after the fatherless and the widowed And yet there are men oppose such orders but if they were to studs the true condition if affairs their would all be with drawn Good Service to Jas proprietor of the Dan vine stage line is prepared to carry oassengers in the best and most roan fortable manner A good wagon fast horses plenty of rugs and good foot warmers make the trip one ofpleasure Ride with him and go in contort tf Dont forget that alee line of caused I Kooda at Grocery 2t Lancaster but when the chapter companionship community 150 complaining bekilled department always opinion before pleasure ItEx national who objection Danville er lived remember Hatcl tj 5 I I I feool H rc These People Have Hon st Genuine ar gains and Want your Trade See Romans Elmoresad t Bring me your eggs W H Ward Dont read Romans Elmores ad on page 3 tf 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 Low Prices and High Grades Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Your account is due Please call and settlu at ance Haselden Bros tf Dishes Dishes Dishes we got them and got them for Sale at Wards 2t Fresh vegetabies at Wards A full stock of coal on hand at all Honakers cut flowers for all oc cassions Hughes McRoberts Phone 55 2t Please call and settle your it is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros See Hudson for prices on recleaned Northern seed oats 2t X will on MONDAY JANUARY 1907 County Court day in Lancaster Kentucky sell 20 good 3 year old work Mules in pairs All Mare Mules J F Adams Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t Has It Occurred To You that it is really not coal but heat thatyou are luying Yet you for slate clinkers 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 ply it J A Jones 814tf ANNOUNCEMENT- I am a canMate for the tiomiuation for rep resentative of Garranl county in the Lower House of the next General of Ken there to the action of the Democratic party JO Bogie tf YOUR account Please call and SETTLE Haselden Brothers Hudson pricesLancaster 2t prices2t account- as Notice It inmuchcommon- coal sseulblv lS f DU r Grocery S land easily sal ject S r CENTRAL RECORD Imutd Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Member of Kentucky PT AssociatlM Eighth District Press LMflue attic Poet Office i Lancaster Xy SeeondClatt Mail Matter Lancaster Ky January 25 1907 There is nothing in the world or in the human disposition that kills as many people as does worry It is the secret cause of the condition of nine tenths of the sick people the nervous folks the insane It weak and cowardly it makes women hyster ical and the saddest of all it turns away the head from God and bids us worship the idol of despair Sometimes people excuse it by saying they can not help it sometimes they say they were born with anxious dispositions But no matter for the cause or the physical or metaphysical explanation of the condition we know two great facts one Is that itis wrong to worry the other that we can conquer the temptation to worry if we try It is wild and wicked for men and women to go wearing themselves out weaken ing their work and making themselves nuisances by anxious feelings and thoughts and words and deeds and habits The Atchison Globe says a woman fell on the iced pavement and hurt her ankle She was taken into a drug store and physician summoned The Doctor found the womans foot and ankle swelling rapidly and said the shoe must come off or there would be serious consequences The woman absolutely refused to permit her shoe to be removed but would give no The Doctor then ordered the druggist and bystanders to hold her while he removed the shoe She kick ed and screamed and tried to bite but four lusty men had hold of herand she was overpowered When the shoe came off the cause of her objections became was a hole in her stocking Theres no use of vain regrets over the misfortunes and sorrowscalamities and disasters of the year that is gone out We do not grow wiser richer or happier br sorrowful retrospection or by gloomy foreboding The past is in the eternal past and the future is us There are trcubles enough in the present that are unavoidable with out borrowing any of the future In the worst condition there is always something to inspire hope and and some other condition that and tend se makesmen reason apparentthere before confidence might have been darker and morel hopeless Au old maid has just died in a neigh bering town at the age of 85 who for 60 years kept herself entirely apart from the world in pursuance of a resolution when she was crossed in love Poor girl perhaps twas better thus She may have saved herself a life time of trouble witb a drunken husband and a houseful of unrully children As St Paul was wont to remark they that marry do well but they that marry not do better Some time ago the papers had a story of a man who plunged out of bed in his sleep and butted his nead against a wall under the impression that he was being thrown outof an automobile Now a man is reported as jumping out of a fourthstory window while think ing in his sleep that he was falling from an airship Dangers in connection with modern improvements multiply Recently a newspaper man received a half fare ticket and wrote the if he could not also embrace his wife on the trip The replied that he thought likely he could but did not want to say positive ly until he had seen his wife as he was a little fastidious in his tastes Some fellow has just discovered that half the world is ruled by women Married men have known this all along but didnt want to raise a row in the family by telling it A copper cent has been drawn out into 5700 feet of wire This simply shows that if a person knows how a lit tie mony may ba made to go a long way Some fellow says few women ever reach the age of eighteen without en joying the sweet experience of a heart There is one good feature about meu too much and that is you do not really have to listen Persons who swallow their false teeth should immediately take treat ment for hydrophobia Andrew Jacksons coachman has just died again this time in Iowa The Richmond Business College is graduating and placing in positions many Kentucky young men 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 advise all who wish a business education to attend one of Lippards Business Colleges tf Superintendent I broken whotalk and- I I I I Superintendent Bradley S Senator Former Gov W 0 Bradley will not in any state of the case be a candidate for the nomination for Governor of Kentucky but he is not averse to being elected to the United States Senate should the Republicans have a majority in joint session of the next Kentucky Legislature This declaration was made yesterday by a man in Louisville closer to Gov Bradley than any one other than Mr Bradley himself says the Courier All this talk about nominating Mr Bradley for Governor is merest moon shine 1 said he In the last twelve months Mr Bradley has repeatedly stated through the public press that he would not under any state of the case be a candidate for Governor When he said this he meant it and it is an injustice to him to keep it before the people that he may run for Govenor- I know that he is deeply grateful to his friends who desire hm to run and yet it is annoying to him that his name should be continualy brought in to publicity and his merits discussed pro and con The laws of the State prohibit the Governor from practicing law he could not afford to and will not give up his practice to become Governor of Kentucky He would doubtless not be averse to being elected United States Sena tor as he could then retain his prac ticeI think Judge Holt or Gus Wilson the most available candidates for Gov ernor if either of them would agree to run but I have no idea what their wishes are One thing is Govern ment officeholder nor Judge Rollins Burnham can make the race Either would be defeated hands down We must have a Republican in fact one who has seen service in the and one who can go upon the stump and expose the theshortcomings of the present Democratic ring in this State Gov Bradley has made enough for his party and sbould not be expected to make another This same gentleman said yesterday that shortly after the publication of the first notice that some of Gov Bradleys friends were talking about him as the only man in the State who could lead the Republicans to victory be received numerous letters from out in the State all of them urging him to get in the race A petition from Muhlenburg county signed by 600 voters was sent him urging him to get in the race and just after that another petition signed by all the Re publican officials of Ohio county was rceived urging him to run While Gov Bradley is deeply of tbe great compliment paid him in these manifestations of es I Ji forU constantly certainno trenches sacrifices sensible Journal teem said the same man he can not see his way clear to make the race 1 am sure should the Republicans win the Legislature next tall lie will be their choice for Senator and he will accept the nomination readily 1 be sieve in view of the long service he given his party the senatorship would be his just due Stock and Crop Hanson Orme of Montgomery county sold to Jobn A Vice of Owings ville 17000 lbs of tobacco at fourteen cents straight J C Kellar of Bourbon county Ky sold a pair of mules four years old to Wm Cotter of Little Falls N Y for 500Mr Alonzo Peden near Glosgow Ky sold T F Harston of Pageville Ky a bay mare mule six years old 16 bands high for 225 The Southern mule market is repor ted very sluggish There are quite a number of mules being fed thoughout this section This condition comes from the fact that Southern dealers bave fed a great many mules in the South this year Douglas Thomas of Paris sold to W W Evans of Lexington the green pacer Gray Ghost by Wiggins dam of Abbie V 215 at a private fiigue Mr Thomas has several times refused 6000 for the gelding Reckon the famous brood mare for the late S S Brown paid 17000 and which was bought for 8000 at the sale recently by Capt W Harry Crown died last week at Senorita Stock Farm near Lexington of intestinal trouble The death of this phenomenal mare removes one of the must noted dams on the American turf In two days recently there was a shipment of twenty loads of mules from Columbia Tenn which allowing an average of 28 males to a car means a total of 560 mules shipped from that place Some of these animals bought 225 while a number sold for about 175 but at an average of 150 the to tal amount of this sale is 84000 A farmer who has tried the exper iment says If you will sprinkle sul phur on the barn floor and through your corn as you gather there will not be a rat or mouse bother it I have done this for several years and have never been bothered with rats or mice In stacking hay or oats sprinkle a lit tle on the ground and on each load and my word for it rats or mice cant stay there A pound of sulphur will be sufficient to preserve a large bin of corn and is good for stock and will not hurt tbe corn for bread A new variety of wheat has been discovered in Mexico which is said to I has which I a be immune from attacks of the wheat rust The United States Department of Agriculture is greatly interested in the discovery and steps will probably he taken to have the wheat introduced into country The Mexican Agri cultural Society has just isued a re port concerning wheat which is said to have been grown in the State of San Mexico forseveral years with great success The rust immune wheat is from seed that was originally imported from Argelia There will be no cheap hogs this winter is now evident says the Breeders Gazette Every strenuous effort of which packers were capable has been resorted to but the market has meanwhile shown a relentless to work higher Killers have tried team work and single harness play with the same results This week the movement nas shown a disposition to expand but the season has worked along to a point where everybody is clamoring for hogs and big packers are no longer performing the price making function This weeks run was started by the market moving up to a point where country buyers could pay or imagined they could six cents at loading points They tried it but made no money the margin being too narrow and on their ability to pay six cents right along will depend the movement Packers at central markets want hogs and have lately shown more disposition to go the route in varnacular All systems they have been able to invent to hold prices down have failed and it is now evident that they intend to recoup losses owing to their positions on the bear side early in the season by changing attitude and taking a long pull on the bearside Whether conditions have been such that the feeder had no incentive to market hogs and packers still hold to the theory that the major portion of the crop is in growers hands J A Scott Avon Ky says Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did not think could possibly be saved I had said I would not give fifteen cents for these hogs Sold and guaranteed ly Mount Elkin Cured of Lung Trouble It 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 135 pounds and coughing was constant 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 100 Trial bottle free 1m thenew LuIs Postosi disposition market this 19 O 7 Your account is ready and 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 in and we ESPECIALLY invite you to call and see them and dont that we have the BEST LAUNDRY ON EARTH and ask you to bring us your work Shipments Tuesday and Thursday of each reek Hemphill West lf JjJlIflilffi XlJJelr ffK07JllliflJgj 10Jff I i I 18 e e DUEl I MOUNT ELKINI I 9rllfeYf l J1 Wi j C3 T r jl e e D 1 forget For Saie For sale Tobacco press Good as new Walton Moss Every young person possible should enter the Richmond Bnsiness College at once Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates then he can tf J furnish Good line winter boots rubbers and clothing at cost for cash only C Powell Co For Sale 150 white Leghorn bens and pullets These are pure bred and the best lay intr strains Phone 184H Walton Moss D January Clearance Sale Began January 19th and Lasts 15 days i All Winter Goods atCost 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 that will undoubtedly sell them In many instan ces goods are marked down to half their wholesale value C I I I J atprices I i I j 1 Shoes All winter weight shoes for Men Women and Children at cost One lot of odds and ends in shoes to be closed regardless of cost All Crosset shoes at actual cost We are overstocked in this line and they must go 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 teal value We have a few beauttful plain chek shirt waist patterns left that will be sacrificed in this sale A N D 1 IDo not fail to see our lace and hamburg counter you will find them too temptating to shun Do not leave the house a look at our remnant counterwithout There is no higher class Mans made than the Crossett and we deem it needless to say more about a shoe so well known and widely advertised as the Crossett Come early and get the j cream of the great values now offered in this sale Joseph Mercantile CompanyIncorporated n MV j s 4 1 I Tile t I I I Io z 1 t 1oe r z w i s w a a 4 i- aw F r if AL f r uIr 3 f t x x r t- Y t L et L 1 1 uWltluWUf I y SEEDClover Timothy Orchard Iand Blue Grass CarLoad I recleaned and clipped north ern seed oats just received COALThe best grades at the lowest prices FEEDCorn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed feed We are In the market at aU times for Corn and Hay BANKS HUDSON fIVIW1VIIy 1- t ip I IN FURNITURE Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels RIght E Side Up Either Way 1 Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades and colors P Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing MachinesLampsClocks I and a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 J J C ROBINSON E L Woods PrcsX W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED J I J- Ii II uu Mirrors We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I e I I CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 800000 DIRJEOTORS f I COY B G GUYN B WOODS tar K 1 ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS I FISHWC Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Lxwis President WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK j Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS MM g B F HUDSON Cashier i- W O RIGNBY Asst Cashr C D WAIXKR Bookkeeper Easiness Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson T M Arnold I Y L ELL J tit f Walker J i Sews r 3 J THE National Bank Of Lancaster CipitilSBOOOO JL R DEXSV President J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DEXSY Cashier JF Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny SitpIrs 10000 e I I r I J i WE WILL Keep Your lone Safe fe Solicit You Bun 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 Borax books that we got on a special offer They are extremely interesting to the children and as long as they last will out free with each i pound purchase of BORAX When these are gone we cannot secure more at any price Come at once and take advantage of this special offer as you win need the Borax 5n the cu ring of your meet PUISNES DRUG STORE Ie I i i wet give atloc t A Personal Herbert Kinnaird has recently visit ed in Stanford Green Clay Walker of Memphis has been visiting here Mrs J W Elmore visited relatives in Richmond this week Miss Ethel Dunn has been visiting friends in Midway Ky Mrs Woolfolk of Lexington is visit ing Mr and Mrs J B Bourne Mrs C C Brown entertained the Em broidery Club the past week Mrs Nora Goodnight of Stanford is visiting Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mr Harry Francis was the guest of his sister Mrs Saufley Hughes Mr F F Stone and wife of Danville visited relatives here Tuesday Miss Annie Cotton of Danville has been visiting Miss Lena Rigney A very delightful dance was given Friday evening at the Armory Hall Gilbert of Sharpsburg has been visiting this city for a few days Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard visited Louis Landram and wifeMrs H C Kauffman visited her brotner Greenleaf of Rich mondMrs Margaret Buford of New York is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie TillettMisses Margaret and Joan Mount are visiting friends and relatives in StanfordLittle Miss Porter Scott Hudson has returned from a visit to Lexing relativesMiss Tillett who has been quite ill for a few days is somewhat improvedMrs Davidson has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond Miss Barbee of Campbellsville was the guest of Miss Robinson at the Simpson House Mr Carlton Elkin has returned from a visit to his brother Mr William El kin of Atlanta Ga Misses Fannie and Bettie West are visiting their sister Mrs George Robinson of Danville Miss Woolfork of Lexington is the attractive guest of Misses Alleen and Idalee Bourne this week Mrs Eliza Ballard and daughter Miss Mame Lee of Bryantsville have been visitors here this week Mrs A H Rice left Saturday for Louisville after two weeks visit to her mother Mrs H A B Marksbury Mr and Mrs R H Batson are rejoic ing over the arrival of a little who was born last Saturday Mr Earl Ward of Cincinnati was here a few days last week and was warmly received by his many friends in his old home Mr Sam Cotton and wife spent several days with his father Mr Nat Collier of Kirksville who has been very ill with phneumonia Misses Katie King of Crab Orchard Katherine Wells of Junction City and Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard were visitors here Saturday J M Logan of New York was in town this week His son Logan will leave this week for New York where he has accepted a position Eld Tinder returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Georgetown and other towns in that vicinity He was delayed in returning by the high waterCol Hall Anderson of McKinney was here several days this week For many years he was postmaster inLan caster and has many old friends here who were glad to see him Mr W G Kemper of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was here Saturday and tells us that thriving institution continues to handle a great volumn of business With such a good cashier at itshead it could not do otherwise Stanford Mary Chestnutand Sara and Lee Herring of Marksbury have been visiting Misses Pearl and Hanna Aldridge Messrs Robert Rout and Tom Chestnut of Marksbury were also guests of Misses Aldridge Miss Fannie Thomas Wilson who is visiting her sister Mrs W R Gott has been delighting the congregations at the Christian church by singing solos at the morning services Miss Wilson has a very sweet voice over which she has perfect control She will likely sing again next Sunday morning Richmond Climax Mr E W Norris and family left last week for Fort Worth Taxas to reside Mr Norris has been connected with the Kellogg Grocery Co for some time He ex pects to engage in mercantile business In Fort Worth Their many friends here wish them much success in their new home The Mary Price Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy held a Robert E Lee memorial celebration at the home of Miss Allie Arnold afternoon The following were on the interesting program for the afternoon Eld F M Tinder Mes T A Boyston M P Friable Fannie Farra E C Gaines and Rev C C Brown Mtes Allie Arnold rendered several beautiful vocal solos Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Mention Dr S Mr S artha Bettie W F F JournalMisses Saturday dames J A Doty FIII I 1 J J daughter M Sd H at HARKStiURY Herring and son attendee court at Danville Will Rose bought of Taylor Noe two year old filly for Mrs Chas Dean has been visiting her father Mr Davis of Jessamine county Rev Henry Shouse went to Preach ersville Saturday where he will hold revival service- C K Poindexter and D P Burdette are constructing a pair of scales for and Dunn Dr Elliot bought of Bradley Cun ningham a road horse for 130 He so sold two cows for 35 Miss Mandy Price of Danville and Mr Will Orr of Chatanooga are Miss Bessie and Fannie Poin dexterMr P Cobb and little son Robert attended court at Nicholosvllie ana spent several days with relatives in that vicinity Robinson and Burnside bought of Sam Morford of Bourne 20 shoats for 11750 Also a sow and pige from A T Scott of Beuna Vista for 2250 Mrs Burk has a splendid Jersey cow which has yeilded her more than 13 pounds of buttter per week and has sold regualarly 13 pounds per week for several months Mr Smith Urton who has rendered faithful services for fifteen years as foreman on the farm of T I Herring moved to day to Jessamine county It is with regret that Mr Herring gives him up Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t STONE Mr J W Sanders is very sick Mrs Lem Teater is very low Mrs Lucy Folger continues very ill Jim Sanders bought a colt from Joe Ray for 60 Mr Preston has returned from WinchesterMr Raney and family were visitors at U G Prestons Sunday Mrs M A Sanders bought a bnnch of shoats from Otis Naylor for 50 The Kentucky river is on a boom it is higher than it has been for five yearsMr Bill Whittaker and family Mr Willie Raney and family night Mr Loton Raney who has been very sick with phneumonia is improving very rapidly Mr C S Sanders has returned from Louisville where he has been buying his spring goods Mr Tom Hicks of Nina was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Joe Hicks the first of the week Rev Gordon of Lexington will preach at Scotts Fork Sunday Jan 27 Let every one come out and hear him Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped nothern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t TVALLACETON Rev James Combs will preach at Wallace Chapel at 11 A M Jan 27 Rev Smith filled his regular at the Baptist church last Sun dayMr Jack Wilson and family visited relatives here last Saturday and Sun dayMr Henry Batkin has sold his farm for 2000 to Mr Elijah Owens of Rockcastle county Grace Gentry fell and broke her arm and dislocated her wrist Dr Snowd en of Paint Lick set it and she is nicely Charlie the twelveyear old son of Walker Baker deceased died at on Jan 11 His remains in terred at the Wallace Chapel cemetery visited at Flat wood last week John Lawson sold his farm to Mrs Bettie Mahan for 9750 Jas H Miller bought three hogs from Yantis Steward for 15 Yantis Steward sold a hog to Isaiah Kelley for 6 a hundred- J W Coldiron bought 4 hogs from Green Morgan for 6 cents a lb Mrs M if Corminey sold 2 fat hogs to S G Anderson for 565 a hundred- A F Edwards bought some cattle at Stanford court for 285 a hundred Harrison Coldiron and Bub Spain bower have gone to Hamilton Ohio Mr and Mrs John Merryman are over the arrival of a son The Republicans keep gaining strength John Lawson has rented the Eph Hammack farm from Zack Hester but the mud is too deep for him to move yetField Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 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 Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine in use fpr this disease It acts on na tures plan loosens the cough relieves opens the secretions antl aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by RE Me Roberts the reliable druggist at Lao caster Ul 4 j Mr T I a 170 a Morford ale visiting U G visited Saturday appointment Frankfort were FLAT WOOD Mr G W Spangler rejoicing 2t the doing pears lungs URYANTSVILLE Mr Sam Rose was in Lexington las weekMrs Sam Haselden has been visiting relatives at Lancaster Mr W L Glass bought a cow iron Eugine Rubble for 40 Miss Anne Higginbotham is the guest of friends at Lexington Mrs John Boner of Danville is visit ing Mrs Josephine Boner Mrs Lizzie Burgess will begin a select school here the first of Febuary Mr and Mrs J H Dunn spent a few days at Lexington last week Messrs Tom Chestnut and Robert Rout spent Sunday in Stanford Miss Eliza Ison visited Mrs W R Cook at Lancaster last week Messrs C M Jenkins and J B Leavell have been on the sick list for several dayMrs Mote Scott has been confined to her room for several days with Miss Mae Belle Burdette will a number of her friends Friday eveningMiss Arnold of Lancaster has been visiting Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leavell Messrs R D Moore Oscar Patton Will Marksbury and Dr B C Rose were in Danville Friday evening to see the Traveling Man Miss Anna Lee Woolford of who has been visiting Miss May is now the guest of the Misses Bourne at McCreary The infant son of Mr and Mrs R K Swope died Monday evening and was hurried at Mt Olivet Tuesday The parents have the the community BOURNE J T Turnei sold a nice bunch of shoats for 30 Morford is in Louisville this week buying a new stock of furniture etcJ C Turner and Hayes Raines made a business trip to Hyattsville Satur day Mr and Mrs Dan Cheatham and lit tle daughter Lydia spent Sunday with J P Hamm and family- S N Morford has about completed hIS new stock scales which will be a great oenefit to this section Mr Milt Carpenter and wife of Wil More were visiting his parents Mr G S Carpenter ana family Saturday and SundayMr Mrs T N A Idridge are congratulations upon the ar rival of a son christened Harry Dun ham Aldridge Tne Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves 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 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 R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m BUCKEYE- Mrs Rosie Teater is quite ill Miss Mary Daily is improving Mr Thompson Davis little girl has been quite sick but is better at this writingMr Ray wife and three visited Mr Zack Simpson er Sunday Mr Malk May caught a large black snake the 13th of this month it was four feet long Mr andMrs Robert Davis and chil dren of Jessamine county visited her brother Mr John Land the first of the weekA 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 Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whooping cough and has found it very beneficial She has im plicit confidence in it and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by B E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster The suffering at Cincinnati and Louisville from the great flood in Ohio river is fearful and the people of the state should take steps to help relieve the many homeless families How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me ICI apply BucklensArnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new studentsIn the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a Rood work Business men parents and students unite in recommending its work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No hum 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to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographs 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 satisfied wfth our work as our prices We are open every SM urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give T acog fefeve your Fall clothes get old I aswell TaB fOX STUDIO t df Nvv vN v vv N N CSj Nt y vN CASTOR The You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and bas been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy fJtMZTwWZ Allow no one todeceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil coHtains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aad Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS iBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ftV STREET WCW VOK CITY 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 Rave 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 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 want to see them after you have our illustrated literature Very low rates one way and round trip to Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays of each month Kid Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It anti aUays Feverishness It cures I t TNt CENTAUR rr Out examined 1 DiarrlKEa and Wind cOMPNY ROCK Islaruf System GEO H LEE Gen Pas Agt Little ArkRock H I McGUIRE Dist Pass Agt Cincinnati O J N AsstGeaPaslgt Frisco MemphisTennC ri We go to Texas Gulf Coast on February 5th Round trip ticket only 3655 with 30 days limit Call and see us court day at Gaines Hotel or J H Kinnairds Insurance office and find out all about it We have several buyers for farms 4000 to 14000 List your property with us if you want to sell If you wish to buy know your wants Wallace Realty Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Ask J H KINNAIRD Insurance Nan Florida and Cuba The Winter Playground Easily and Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY and Queen and Crescent Fast and Convenient Schedules Comfortable Pullman Equipmen Dining Car Service Attractive Tours i through Florida including a delightful sea 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distressiug CUll dition The first hottle gave me great relief and after a few more bottles I was completely cured so com pletely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold n de r guarantee at R E McRoberts rug store Price 5Oc Itn ALL THE WAY AND THEN SOME According to This Old Earth Has a Pretty Sure Foundation A colored preacher known far and wide for his powerful exhorting advertised to tell something worth while on The Foundation of the World at his following Sunday service One brother attended especially to find out just what formed the founda tion of the terrestrial sphere upon which he lived The desired scientific information failed to materialize in the sermon The only scrap of in he got was the assertion dat dis ere yarth ress on a big rock After service he hunted up the preacher and demanded Brer Johnsing didnt yo low dat dis ere yarth ress on a rock- I did sah replied the divine Den wha I want t knaw is wha dat rock stans on On a nudder rock sah replied Brer Johnsing cautiously- An datn persisted his interlocu tor inexorablyA yelled the minister An yo neednt axe me any mo sich questions Case hits rock all der way down yo blame fool NOT JUST WHAT HE AIMED AT t Good Shot But Sportsman Wanted No Undeserved Praise Every sportsman of Augusta Me remembers the remarkable and most impossible rifle shot of Stephen Russell now dead and the exceed ingly calm and unaffected manner in which he expressed himself on the occasionOne while hunting with a par ty a large eagle was noticed soaring high in the air and Mr Russell rifle in hand quickly fired at the bird with little thought of hitting it To the amazement of all the eagle fell to the ground one wing being broken That was a beautiful shot Mr Rus sell exclaimed one Grand declared another Mr Russell unconcerned and with affected seriousness simply replied Boys I didnt hit him within 12 inches of where I intended to I aimed straight for his eye Boston Herald Childrens Bright Sayings Children are the real humorists They never rack their brains to say something funny Here is a small boys ingenuous composition on po litenessNever eat quickly or you might get bones in your throat My father knows of a boy who got killed over his Sunday dinner The greedy boy was picking a rabbits head In a hurry and swallowed one jaw of it and my father says he was choked to death there and then Be very polite over your meals then especially when its rabbits Since my father told me that I have always felt rather queer over a rabbit dinner I dont talk much and dont ask for any moreA definition that won a little girl praise despite Its strangeness was Turf sir is grass and clean dirt stuck together by God A Problem in Bird Miss Virginia Pope the bird tells some amusing stories of the questions she is asked in connection with her work and the unusual with which bird owners credit their tiny pets One day not long ago she received a visit from a pretty German whose difficulty was as follows Miss Pope I haf gread drouble to get me a pird I wish a pqy pird and allertimes at the pird store dey sells pirds vich is girls I say ven I goes in I vish a poy pird and told by dem it is a poy vich I pys But yen I pringg her home and half her two tree days always he pegins to lay aiks Miss Bope I bat here a poy phd Is he a girl Sustains LimeSulphur Wash Repeated experiments in New York state confirm the earlier estimates utility of the limesulphur wash in Ptpressipn of San Jose scale More re tent wprk also indicates a wider scope for this spy establishes its value as a fungicide for certain fprms dis ease like peach leaf curl and apple It is probable that in scaleinfested the necessary treatment with the sulphur wash may not be additional work but a substitute for the first of the regular treatments with Bordeaux mixture and poison t Bulletin 262 of the station at Geneva presents a most extensive series of tests Including more than 7000 trees that tablish this double value of the sulphur washes The bulletin should receive careful atteptf pn from every fruit grow er Prairie Farmer JJeware of egg preserving recipaa advertised in some journals Give Her the Divorce Down in Massachusetts a woman has been taking up a collection among her friends for the purpose of raising money enough to secure a divorce If the man in the case doesnt feel cheap we may be safe in concluding that the tody deserves freedom TH flight Nfme- Mr Bugust Sherpe the popular over seer of the poor atTort 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 Guaranteed to cure biliousness and constipation 2c at E B McRoberts drug store 1m j4 v backand troublesays tad g qualities morning format n exasperated p ale I specialist ailments burgher pie 1 oft p4 pf b- t orchards e aI t 1 t 1 y amp e I S Wanted By a prpmient monthly magazine with large high class circulation local representative to look after renewals and increase subcription list in and vfciiiity on a salary basis with a continning interest from year to year in the business created Ex perience desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box 59 Station 0 New York 3t F P Clay Jr Paris Ky says 1 can recommend Bourbon Poultry Cure to who has unhealthy fowls as I have had great success with it on my own flock On several occasion 1 have cured chickens that were too sick to walk or stand up 1 frequently put a little of the medicine in the drinking fountain as I think it keeps the fowls in a Sold and guar anteed by Mount Elkin HE CARRIED THE SAMPLES A certain York county preacher for a long time had been dosing himselt with a fiery concoction prescribed for some stomach trouble One day while dining at a hotel he treated himself as usual to the regulation heroic dose An inquisitive Boston drummer on his right hand inquired the reason for the medicine The preacher ex plained his stomach difficulty and the benefits of his treatment and the drummer who was himself subject to indigestion then related his own symptoms and politely requested the privilege of trying the remedy The sympathetic preacher freely gave him a very generous dose which speedily took effect As soon as the traveling man recov ered his breath and wiped his tears he thus accosted the minister- I understand that you are a preacherI sir Do you preach hellfire I do sir you are the first preacher that I ever saw who carried round samples of Herald QUITE NATURAL It Lancaster anyone I healthycondition taking Vell itBoston The Maiden What do you do when you fall in love with a girl The run to meter Phila delphia Press In Eagle Eye Your citizens dont object to big automobiles passing through this do they asked the nervous chauffeur Val I should say not chuckled the big mayor It is great sport Ah I am glad that you think so Yes we would rather shoot an au tomobile any day than we would a common bar Chicago Daily News His Object How long yer been fishln All day Catch anything Nope Any bites NopeWhat yer fishin for then Asked One Favor Ill give you the keys to the house and show you where the valuables are kept if you will only do me one favor she said to the burglar And what is that Remove the gas meter rMilwau kee Sentinel Making Up for Lost Time Why in the name of goodness exclaimed his friend do you keep taking out your watch Have you a train to catch Eh Oh no he said No the fact is I havent seen it for a long time Why He Invested Ive just bought a carload uv said Farmer Geehaw Fei th lands sake excjaimed Mrs G Yaas thats what I bought it fer replied the old granger Chicago Daily News Shifted Responsibility- You dont realize that there are other considerations in life than mon ey said the censorious friend Yes I do answered Senator But whenever I want any thing done I cant get the other felloW to realize it Washington Star PoetI settlement 1 FishinLife fertilizer a Sorghum MONEY CAN BE MADE EASILY Experience in the 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feeders 3 00 4 0 Common to medium feeders 3 00 3 i Good to extra stock steers 2 25 2 5 Common to medium stock steers 2 25 2 75 Good to choice stock heifers 3 25 3 57 Common to medium stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Medium to good bulls 00 3 40 Choice veal calves Common to medium calves S 50 Choice packing and butchers 200 10300 Ibs 6 fi5 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs G 65 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs C 65 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 6 5o Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 6 25 Roughs 150 to 100 lbs CIO SHEEP AXD LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 0 4 50 Fair to good 3 5o Common to medium 2 00 3 Oo Bucks i 75 25 Extra shipping lambs 7 50 Beat butcher lambs 6 00 Common tailendlambs 2 50 5 00 for Infants and Children The Kind You Haye Always Bought Bears the Signature of Notice ofDissolution The firm of Becker Glass doing business at Brynntsville has this day by mutal been dissolved W L Glass retiring All parties indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once C C Becker 1lSlt V L Glass The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ill lilgent Circulation EAZLEY I50 7 00 HOGS 2 CASTOR IA d consent POSTED andFishermen AUSTIN ale 5c John W Hill W SFerguson Clay Sutton I M Myers H C Arnold R L Burton B L Kelley Jno A Sanders J W Sweeney Mrs P D Gill HYOMEI CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill AU Ca tarrhul Germs Sold Under Guar anteeThere is no more common dis ease than catarrh and none that is more dangerous It weakens and de bilitates the whole system if it is allowed to run leads to serious and sometimes fatal complications- It is a noteworthy fact that among the many medicines and treatments for catarrh there is only one which is sold under a positive guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure Hyomei Natures remedy for the cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken into the stomach when Hyomei is used Breathed through the small pocket Inhaler that comes with every Hyo mei outfit its healing balsams to the most rempte cells of the throat and lupgs killing the germs of catarrh healing the mucous membrane and making complete and lasting cures The complete Hyomei outfit con sisting of an inhaler that can be in the purse or vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy omel costs only 1 The inhaler will last a lifetime while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured whenever aeeded for only 50 cents We are selling a Rood many Hyomei outfits at this season ve ave so much confidence in t e remedy that we to refund the inoney in c 946 it does not cureV penetrate nose irritated carried ratte n FR SALE write for list or call on J W Elmore illMMMMMilMMMM HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY u J3 TIE G RASSI IP I e e CcLrr y I J2 JUu 111111 d w I ISSISIIIIISIPSUISWUPS U5SSUSPISUflSSSIUISUISSSSSS- SI I 200 ssIssepsSSSSSSSISUSP I Commissioners ie of Laud GAKKAKD CIKCUIT Couin Isaac Durcan IJrs pms Isaac Duncans II rs Defts By virtue of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Courr rendered at its November Terms JJOli in the above styled case 1 as Master Coumiissiou er of said court will on MONDAY JANUARY 23th 1907 it being iVuinty Court day at the Court House dour in Lancaster Oar rard county Kentucky ell to the highest and best bidder r he foIlmviMjr described tracu of land situated in Oar rard county lentucUy tm the waters of Cauoel Creek and is bounded as fol lowsBeginning at a stake ou the east side of road II poles from the center of an old ice hou e and ten feet west of a large elm corner to Luke Montgomery and the remainder of the farm thencft with Montgomerys line Nllj K 775 poles to a stake near the northeast crner of a stable thence X 3 W poles to ED Lawsoirs line formerly formerly Georue Johnson thence with Lawsons line Sf3J W 19 poles to a beech at a spring in a ravine thence down ravine Jf52 WIS poles b86 16 poles N47i V 22 poles SJ W 19 poles N G7 W poles to t stake in drain thence up a lull S i W16 poles to a stake thence S 701 W40 poles to the centre of Canoe Creek corner to Moses Graham tract thence up the creek with of same S22 VV4S W poles to a stake in the centre of creek corner to V D Scott thence with Scotts line up a ravine S I58J E t4GO poles S E34 poles S E 24 poles S 88 E 10 poles to a White Walnut thence S 5i E 48 poles to a stake on hilltop at W D Scotts bars corner to the remainder of the Isaac Duncan land thence a new line alontr the west side of a road J2i poles to the end of a stone fence thence alonir said road and cross big same N 27 E VTSO poles to the be ginning containing 72 acres 3 roods and 17 52 poles Said land will be sold by the acre and the purpose of this sale is for a distri bution of the proceeds among the heirs of Isaac DuncanTERMS 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 Commissioner for said purchase money bearing fi per interest per annum from date of sale until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same j having the force and effect of a judg ment A lein will also he retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M Master CommissionerGarrard Circuit Court This January 10th lOOT W I Wiliams Atty for PitT Well Well Who would have thought it a difference in the work of the MficN LAUNDRYand Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are doing so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY Ulcer of the Stomach Insidious Nature of the Disease How to Recognize and Cure It Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked excepting those caused by It is due to an inflammation which affects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away by the gastric juices In gQod health the the action of the gastric juke but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping up until perforation of the stomach occurs In advanced eases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from the pit of the stem ach back to theshoulder blade At the first symptoms of indiges tion treatment should t once be one purpose the cure of stomach troubles It is so uniformly success ful that a signed guarantee is given not JIKona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the digestive organs and building up the whole Use it for a few day and there is no reason why you should not be able to eat any you like at any tim8 w4thaat fear of distress COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Discovery OUGHSaurt Mcft1M JOLBS TrW Surest and Quickest jfcr UBS orMOlTEY lAcK I vs i 36 60 i I W 851 5 thecentre 53 8 E quired ROTTI WELL Suc symptoms indigestion mach SCIentific themst- ern TH WITh slew Price FOR Free Cure all T0U3 w I 23 re Well k resists vur I THROAT and LUXO 1 i I j There Is no case on re cord of a cold resulting In Pneumonia or other lung trouble after had been taken It stops the cough and heals the lungs and serious results from a coldDo not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Remember the name anc get the genuine A Ssvcra Cold for Thnt Mouths The following letter from A J Ntts baum of Batesville Ind tells its own story I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared ma some medicine and a physician pre and eight doses Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small and the 100 bottle almost six as much SOLD ANn REGQMMEIDED IT For sole bv C C T E Stormes i f rt k1 QO Y1 0- I fin rldb U I a I FOLEYS and Tiff prevents I I Tara improveIcuredme size Pnroni serious unknown times For a stjlish haircut or easy shave go to Henry taeatts Earlier Stop Cone and See OUR FALL GOODS are now ready for your in spection These goods are all fresh and new and our prices are right FORBES LACKEY McCREARY KY 6O YEARS EXPERIENCEv PATENTS TRADI MARKS DESIClIs CoPYRIGHTS AcAnoe ndlnlt asketcb and description may II1If ascertain out opinion free is HANDBOOK on free OilIest IIlZency for securtUI patents Patents taken through SLime tCo natice without SckMtiIk A handsomely illustrated weekty Jlllest CIr t rlltu Om Sold tty P P FaiSlig rJ whether am- lansution probably Communic- a1n3st Lazenta- aent receive ecst charce to the MitricaL relation of any Terms 5tyew newdeale- rsiv CvIewYsikama TsW akiJ3MTS airuggia- LsAIceld Dr- vgstgtiflrAR TT j