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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 IH07 43 3 r 1 smrasss isAs UiNauauUNuaAluu In The Habit OfVisiting The Joseph Mercantile Co January Clearance Sale Only few more days of the January Clearance Sale and that means ly a few more of those rare bargains always characterize The Jo seph Mercantile Ws satebargains because they combine dependable quality satisfying style as tonishing low prices and are always as and even better These few will bring many astonishihg bargains If yo are wise take advantage of the bargains that be thrown out each day and you will save money THE Joseph Mercantile CO Incorporated I ict ILastWeekI a on that represented days Will Homer Carpenter field secretary of the Union will visit Lancaster and speak in behalf of the C E on first Sunday ni pht in Feb ruary Three pretty girls slipped on the ice and took a tumble to the pavement directly across from The Record office window Monday The display of hosiery was exceptionally Railroads were greatly damaged all over the country by the recent floods and all trains have been running late for two or three weeks Better time is being made now however Newspapers are telling of a man in Madlsou county who has the first dol ar he ever made He should be asham ed instead of proud of the fact Such tightfistedness retards business more than any other cause A Cart of Thanks I take this method of thanking my friends who came to my assistance in the fire of Monday night I am very grateful and appreciate the same deeply S A Walker Movos to Indiana Mr I N Arnold and family leave this week to make their home in An derson Ind Mr Arnold is one of the bestknown men in Garrard county and his friends wish him unbounded succes in bis new home The editor of The Record is very grateful to those friende who offered to help move our goods when the printing office was in danger Monday night We bope to be able to return the favor some day but not under the same circumstances Showlnf We have received a statement of the Bank of Hackville which shows splendid business the institution is doing This bank is under the super vision of Cashier J M Smithy formerly of Bryantsville and is the result of his work To The success of the large mall order houses has been built up entirely by advertising They employ no sales men They depend solely on the ad vertising to sell the goods and it does it Advertising has sold millions of dollars worth of goods for the Snail order houses and is selling more every The country merchant who neglects his advertising will never do aa much business as he should he will never enjoy the properity he is justly entitled to But good terestin tore news backed by de penable goods and reliable prices will bring people to a store as surely as molasses catches flies Ashland Merchants League C E movement G the DrawEm advertisingin t I fine tam year ATTEND our GREAT Spring Opening R H Swaffield of the Globe Tailoring Co will be with me February ist and 2nd All the latest novelties of the season in Spring Suit inks on display Suits to measure from 20 to 50 Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed T LOGAN I I lit J Irj l j j i i i 3 Good Service to Danvillo Jas Hatcher proprietor of the Dan ville stage line is prepared to carry oassengers in the best and most com fortable manner A good wagon fast horses plenty of rugs and good foot warmers make the trip one ofpleasure Bide with him and go in comfort tf Goo Work Messrs T B Walker W B Mason C A Robinson E B Bay and W S Walker di splendid work as supervisors of the property list of this county Their deliberations resulted in a total m crease of 175000 in property values making total property real and in Garrard county 15464758 it can be said that no county on the map has better land or better people Incorporated County attorney Will Price of Dan ville is after a number of companies with a sharp stick for failure to have the word Incorporated printed on their stationery and other advertising matter The law requires that this be done and a severe penalty is pro provided for failure to do so Look at your printed matter and if your firm is incorporated you bad better see that this word appears thereon or you may have trouble at next term of court Very Important- If subscribers will to give their present address in ordering pa pers changed they will save the editor much valuable time Some people write change my paper toso Then we have to search the list for hour to find where it is going to Kin ly say Please change my paper from name of office to wherever you want it to come and thus save much work and possibly much more swearing in the printing office Now Toloobono Directory The Bastln Telephone Co is prepar ing a new telephone directory and if you want your name therein you had better have your phone put in now for we positively will not insert names after the type has been set and the book made up Of course if you have no phone you want one so why delay Catch step with the procession and get a phone so you will be in communi cation with the outside world Dont worry your neighbor to death by using his phone Longlni For Country Lifo A strange thing is the universal longing of professional men and others who have come to the city and have prospered as they advance in life to get back to the county says an It is seldom that they do re turn and when they do there is often disappointment and things do not ap pear as they did long ago The change is in the man himself but he thinks it is in the country Nevertheless the desire to get back to the old country place to end ones days is very general Sir Walter Scott refers to it and compares the course of a man the world to that of the hare Which Started from her lair and after a lota chess and making large circles ends by returning to the nest from which tihe started Monday night about ten oclocki lire was discovered in the cellar of the grocery store of Stephen Walker Mr Sam Davis the tailor was awakened by the smell of the smoke and gave alarm In a very few minutes two lines of hose were attached to the plug at Storms corner and another at the plug on Zimmers corner With two steams in the front and one under the tailor shop on Danville street the lire was extinguished but Until the had been flooded Mf Walkers stock or goods was badly damaged u was that of W C Davis Sob the tailors Mr Walker is fully covered by Insurance For it as if the building was doomed but the splendid pressure on the streams of water had telling effect and after an hours tight what looked like a great conflagration was subdued Thetock of goods in Blue Front was badle damaged by smoke and water Teiethon Pursuant to call by Hon J If Penny president a many farmers of Gar met at the Court House Monday and formed an Organization which will result in much benefit to in that they will ofr sticking their products and be enabled to hold their crops until suitable prices are offered The principal object of meeting wasthatof orgaiznlngto let better prices for tobaccb but the nization will stand for proper And get their work on a betterpaying baa and know that their labors will be suitably rewarded Mr I K Denny was made permanent J EBitbiMon vice president Furs aecretnr and Tress Urer The following board Was chose B L Burton Woods ajfcer Walton Most Jf W Wood A p hoed On motion the following to attend the meeting f State organi atto at fibelby fflMf on Feb 382728th A B Rorfl f J M Farra F M Tinder Wood Walker I If vom have packages to se4 toDan I yule or want OM fftsl there will be atteada to aU right remember andso ana eu liar k time t IMR the together receive bet prices for Jr for every product of the farm J ti of direc JI J8 Hatabu It I personal and exchange aw A Fir the not completely lr Grit great Mondays D John lip OIated Robinson fee the Mae ti Billy George Dead The many friends of Mr William George here in his old home will be greatly grieved to learn of his which occured in Bristol Tenn last week The Bristol Courier says Wm George died at his home No 295 Mary street at 5 oclock Monday morning His death was due to paralysis of the brain He is survived by his wife and his father the latter having made his home with the deceased Mr George was a carpenter but had not been engaged in the work for sometime His widow is a daughter of Mr John Brown of East State street and a sister of Mr Alex K Brown The funeral was conducted from the home at 330 oclock Monday afternoon Rev G N Cowan having had charge or the services The interment followed in East Hill cemetery The Ham Must Go Senator McCreary has introduced a bill which certainly should become a law and will put a stop to railroads employing boy telegraph operators or men past the age of doing that work These are knows among railroad men as hams in other words men incom petent to do telegraphing Several of the recent disastrous wrecks have been caused by the bungling of train orders by ham operators Operators are the poorestpaid men on the road thought they have as much placed on them as on the train crews Senator McCrearys bill makes it unlawful to employ anyone as under the age of twentyone or over forty five years prohibits the working of the men more than eight hours a day This also applies to train dispatchers Bad Colds It is more than probable that the rest of the winter months will be much more severe than the past Cold weather with snow storms sleet and general dlsagreebleness may prevail The liability to take colds will in this case be greatly increased There is one feature of office and domestic housings that is obviously wrong there is too much warmth We are apt to get out houses overheated Bad ventilation prevailes and these two features of life are the cause of more tuberculosis than almost else The weather is not so much to blame for colds or for being under the weather as overheated rooms and bad ventilation Practically all agree with the following which is clipped from the Philadelphia Press The season of the year is at hand when tuberculosis gets in its work with most deadly effect The cold raw days of winter are particularly to the spread of this disease not becaues they are cold and raw but because people insist upon shutting themselves up in superheated rooms without proper ventilation It has been definitely proven beyond the doubt that no single cause is so conductive to the spread of as overheated offices and and sleeping rooms A baked atmosphere causes loss of vitality weakens the re sisting power to disease and brings all the physical forces to a condition where the slightest exposure to the shill outside air invites an attack of disease upon throat and lung MT HEBRON Mr W B Montgomery is quite sick at this writing Quite a mumbers from here attended court Monday Mr Jno Onstott who is low with aonaumptlon is reported better There is quite a good deal of talk of building a turnpike in this section Mr Jas Mayfield of Marksbury is visiting friends in this community Miss May Scott closed a very school at Bryantsville lastTuesday The many friends of the family svmatbize with them in their bereave mentThe roads are so bad ic this locality that items of interest have almost ceased to travel Mrs Alex Dean and San spent a part of last week with her son Mr Dean in Jessamine The infant of Mr and Mrs EJishna Sberrow was berried in Mt Hebron Cemetery Saturday Rev C S Ellis filled his appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday and gave us two interesting sermons Mr Johnson Burke of Jessamine died at his home Jan 22nd He had been a great sufferer of consumption for sometimeFuneral services were conducted Hebron ceurch by Bev Buy Urton after which he was laid to rest in the cemetry at this place Miss Edna Scott accompalned by Miss Pearl Sanders of Stone spent last Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs John Lane at Mr David Montgomery while getting wood last week was thrown on a large stone and fractured a bone in his leg he is confined to his room He was a member of the methodist church and expressed his willingness to depart Chis life said he was ready to go He leaves a wife said eight chil then to mourn the loss but what is your loss is his gain Clover Timothy sad recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Bodeon 2t o fag e anything conductive livingand very at- M Judson Seed death responsibility operator nd physicians tuberculosis overheated l1 ventilated Successful Harvey FiId i SOME FIGUES On What It Cost to Five Acres of Tobacco D D Barnes a Kenton county farmer gives itemized what it cost him to raise 5 acres of tobacco My crop was a little raise of five acres or more but I call it five acres and not figuring anything for the time I put in with my boys In chopping wood and brush and burning the plant bed and sowing the seed and getting edup for plants which I kept no of though of course it took us the better part of two days to burn the bed right and dig it up sow it etc but commencing with June July and September I count those full months of all working days on ac count of various other things not charged and figure my time at 8125 per day and board myself This is for all the time at 125 the following cleaning up five acres ready for plowing breaking up the ground twice laying it off planting and replanting plowing twice hoeing worming topping cutting hauling scaffolding bouseing stripping and and delivering 14 miles My own labor was 153 Help in planting 5 Allowance made for boys and children worming 5 Additional labor housing and up 5 For team in breaking up ground harrowing twice and laying it off 20 Plowing twice 10 Team hauling from field to barn 10 Team with helper delivering the tobacco 15 Making a total of t223 Counting my labor as above a fraction over 5 acres it yielded 5200 pounds which I sold at an of cents which came to 9338 half of which went to the landowner this made my share 169 or a loss of 54 over which it cost me to produce the entire crop This loss comes out of my labor which reduced my in come for labor from a dollar and a quar ter per day to a fraction over eighty one cents per day and board myself WEARISOME TOWN The years have brought us a Weari some Town You and I my old old friend The way grows dark and rou h the road As we tend toward our journeys end Do you mind when twas not such a wearisome town And the days were not heavy with care and with toil When its paths were a nere ending Eden to us Not a thorn in the growth of Its rich laughing soil Safe hidden from us were the frowns of old age As with youtbpainted hopes we moved swiftly on Through flowerdecked ways to the sweet song of birds Decoyed were our steps into Weari some Town But what is the use of casting it oer Or whine or croak like one who begs Weve drank our full share of lifes red wine And we now must drink our share of the dregs It will not be long this trip we are on Through Wearisome Town where life loses zest Theres a world of sweet solace in the hopegiven promise That a pitying Pilot will sure lead us to rest Geo C Webster HARMONY D W Faulkner was In Lancaster on court day Wlllford bought a cow last week for 28 T Y Shaw sold a part of his farm to Bob McAlister for 750 Mrs Durham is very low at this writnig with stomach trouble- T Y Shaw bought a bunch of shoats from Tom Wells at 6 cent per pound Bev BaIrd filled his at Harmony Saturday and Sun dayD W Faulkners father who has been visiting him returned home last J B Hutchins and Henry Huoboard both of Bell county was here a few days ago looking after land not buy anything Bev G M Davis of Whitley county was here some days ago doing evan gelistic work We were all delighted with his sermons he baptised eight and there was a number of confessions Mr T M Locker is in Bell county on legal business Dave Smith had his sale last Tuesday things brought a fair price He intends to go to Kan ass he would have gone last week but could not get a ticket on account of high water We bate Dave up but hope it will be in his beat The dirt roads are simply terrible 1st this especially the old BJchraond dirt road from the Lincoln county line to Hammack Post Once a distance of over 8 miles it has not bees worked for 2 years and your correspondent Is told there is an o the road Field SoooV Clover Timothy and recleaned clipped northern seed at Rais figuesof account August the average 6 N L W P A C week to Co but did r thatshap harrowing hanging having appointment Whitley togive interests over seerer sad oats Beaks NOTICEHow are you fixed on If you have any why dont you bring it to town and get TIPTOfPRICES on all such as Eg sChickeasButterHi lesr VEAL CALVES SPECIALTY W R GOTT CO JL K Denny kinds Etc I II II II I POET DENTISTJ Office over Thompsons store DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Law Oflce over Police Court TOOK Prompt attention to bulMH WmHerndon Bea D Herndoa Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky once ever Storaes drug tore Any copy of Sheet Music in the house OCts lewis Heridoo Successor to West Herndoa YOUR account Please call and SETTLE Haselden Brothers L i RL JOe I 1S I y t H a DUE r r vi SEED I Clover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass Oar Loadrecleaned and clipped northern seed oats just 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 Hay BANKS HUDSON r JTIll1W I Eo L w C Fish Vice Pre W G Kemper Cashier II PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED S s received and Weeds Prest We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I I CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS ooooo DIKBOTORS I l 3d COY K G GOYN J B WOODS B L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS III W C FISH I I II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpets and Bugs in Crown Brussels RIght Side Tip Either Way Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades and colors Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Mir rors Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 J C ROBINSON II II I IN FURNITURE I I I I I Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining I Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing MachinesLampsClocks- and f r Lewis F LKAVKLL PresidentI I JJ WALKER Vice Prest I ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS B P HUDSOH Cashier W O BIONIY Asst Cashr C D WALT Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J Walker TI Arnold R 1 iSe J THE National Bank- Of Lancaster A K DEXXY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny Bobinson John E Denny CaIIiIII50JOOO sIIs 10000 A C Stormes- S C WE WILL Keep Your Inej Safe I We Solicit Your Bun We have an exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAXW- ehave 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 we will give out free with each i pound purchase of When these are gone we cannot secure more at alto price Come at once and take advantage of this special offer as you will need the Bar ax in the curing of your meet FRISBIES DRUG STORE BORAX- at g l tt CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS EdrPubr Ie I r LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyas SecondClats Mail Matter Lancaster Ky February 1 1906 The rector of the ProtestantEpis copal church at Lake Geneva a summer and pictorial resort has brought himself into notice by declar ing in a recent sermon that Sunday fishing is not sinful if the fisherman is too busy to follow his sport on and if there is no negligence duty or religious responsibility We suppose he of course meat that the jug accustomed profanity over a good strike and the usual lie the catch must be omitted too The papers are making an ado about a bible student at Lexington who was hypnotized by a pretty girl and didnt recover for hours Jim Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat says theres noth ing in that He knows lots of fellows who never would have come out and would havebeen fools if they had to There is ayoung woman in Iowa who says that she can feed a man properly on nine cents a day Men however will object seriously to this bargain day fig lire They might submit to a tencent diet or possibly a the cent lay out but never to a fractional sum like that pro posedA Judge in remitting the tine of a woman for contempt of court said It is fortunate for this woman that she is not a man I cannot forget my mother was a woman What scintillant wisdom What remarkable memory Has the Judge forgotten that his father was a man The Shah of Persia who is reported to have several hundred wives is hav ing telephone installed in his palace There will be but small chance for him to communicate with the business world The lines busy will be the yelps from central One man has just died from an over dose of limburger cheese and two others are on the way over It is not morphine or other poison that is nec essary to poduce death Just eat a hunk of limburger and you names DennisAs means of increasing the reve nues of the state taxing bachelors in Ohio is being seriously considered It would serve them right They ought to get married keep house and afamily with their surplus money A forecaster says that the price of iron is bonnd to go higher Theres no objection to that provided the price of food and raiment does not rise with it Theres where the shoe pinches and the stomach growls He may be a wise citizen who his bank deposit to an adjoining county for a few days so as to escape the tax assessor but his patriotism needs revamping and halfsoling A Kansas woman called a farmer over a telephone to flag a train and prevented a collision In the good old days she would have pulled off her red petticoat and done it herself Four members of a traveling Toms Cabin Company were burned to death in burning train at Missoula Montana Retributive justice works slowly but it gets there after a while Imagine the perplexity of as he comtemplates the efforts of the agricultural department to improve the quality of the nations whisky The controversy over blended whisky is at least becoming to those who feel the need of an occasional stimulant According to the New York Tele gram the price of eggs makes the hens as proud as a girt with her first long dress And as dignified as a frog stuffed with shot Some men are cruel enough to find joy in the fire that burned out the milliuery houses in Indianapolis think ing therein to find surcease from bills for new hats If there is any truth in the scientific theory of the passing of the blonde there will probably ensue a rush of men to the front windows The CommanderinCbief in this country rides the elephant a horse or a hobby as the notion takes him Headache is one of the commonest products of corn that the agricultural books do not mention Jan 1 Off agan Jan 10 On 31 Gone agan Signed Any Old Finnegan The oldfashioned boy who used to love stick candy is taking his stick in liquid form now The two greatest authors of tragedy are Shakespeare and whisky Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t charming weekdays f wanted I maintain transfers Uncle the instructive Jan J w missing about Prohibitionist agan i Gossip About People N N X A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Art In Miss Mary Arnold hasreturned from a visit to Danville friends Hon J M Rothwell was in Frankfort Saturday on legal business Mr W Ross Bastin made a business trip to Livingston last week Mrs Charles Davis leaves this week Knoxville Tenn to reside Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is the guest of Mies Lizzie Hudson Mr Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard attended the dance Friday evening Robinson Lawson left Monday for Georgetown where he entered cgliege Miss Annie Herndon has been Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond Arthur Mahan of High Cliff Tenn was a visitor here several days this weekMiss Lena returned from a visit to Mrs James Walker of The Embroidery Club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs E C Gaines Walker Jr of Francis Miss is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J J Walker Mr and Mrs Nay Watkins of Lon don were visitors of friends and rela Lives here Miss Tomlinson of Biyantsville has been visiting the family of R H TomlinsonMr J I Hamilton have re turned from several weeks stay in Memphis Tenn Mr and Mrs H H Price of Danville have been recent visitors of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Messrs J H Kinnaird and J W Sweeney attended the meeting of Shriners at Lexington Miss Annie Lee Woolfolk of Lex ington is visiting her cousin Miss Sue Anna Lear this week Mr and Mrs C F Denman have re turned to Nicholasville after a visit to the family of Mr Alex West Misses Margaret and Joan Mount have returned from a pleasant visit to Miss levis Carpenter of Stanford Mr and Mrs George B Robinson of Danville spent Sunday and Monday with her mother Mrs Rebecca West A delightful dance was given Friday evening at theArmory Hall in honor of Misses Katie King of Crab Orchard and Katharine Wells of Junction City Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson are re ceiving congratulations and good for their little son who was born Monday He has been christened Banks Hudson Jr Danville Advocate Miss Lena Pope has moved from her country residence to Danville ana is now residing on East Main street with her nephew Mr Everett Middleton Her many friends will be glad to know that she is slowly improving from her recent illness Sam Jones Best Sayings God cant elect any man unless he is a candidateSow parties and reap big Sow these and reap ballrooms Sow these and reap germans and from these reap spiderlegged dudes and from these youll reap a half of calves foot jelly There is such a thing as the race running out in dudes and God knows I am glad of it The most demorlizing and damming thing and the most insidions is the city club I have seen men converted from the barroom and from eveyrthing else but never never have I seen a man con verted from a club I Bever saw a firstclass billiard player who was worth the powder and lead to kill him What is a town woman but a with Sunday clothes on Id rather be dead than be in fasdion The more bent mashed and warped the ladys hat is the more fashionable it is Shall I ask little dudes anti dudnesses how to preach tne gospel A little party is only a big one with short skirts on Religion dont help a fellow to quit his meanness but it helps him to stay quitDoubts are but the children of sin Repentance is quitting your mean nessIm not a muddy physician and I am not kind to any Infidelity is ninetenth mouth Give your hearts to God and he will comb the kinks out of your head An honest man whos seeing after God is sure of heaven as the man who is on a full tilt after glory Ive got as much respect for those fellows with striped as I have for you who hop around at tap of the devils drum If ever my dfughters cut off any of their skirts I dont want them to cut from the top A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Ind I then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I find them They please everybody at BSMcBobertsOru 1m ol for RiRnev has Richmond MrJoel wishes one thimbleful countrywoman the r Guaranteed 25c I 1 visiting clothes every Magnolia i These People Have Hoii st Genuine ar gains and Want your Trade See Romans JJlmores ad Bring me your W H Ward Romans 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 Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Let us you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Your account is due Please call and settlo at ance Haselden Bros Gold fish and globes at low Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tf Dishes Dishes Dishes we got them and got them for Sale at Wards Gru eery 2t Fresh vegetabies at Wards A full stock of coal on hand at cut flowers for all oc cassions Hughes McRoberts Phone 55 2t Please call and settle your account as it is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros See Hudson for prices on recleaned Northern seed oats 2t Notice I will on MONDAY JANUARY1907 County Court day in Lancaster J F Adams Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t We will have 500 large samples of Spring and Summer Suitings on Feb 124 come in and have your measure taken Himphill West For Saie 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 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 lay ing strains Phone 184H Walton Moss Lost between Lancaster and Dan ville a box of shoes Please return to The Record office or to Jesse Walden of Danville it For Rent Dwelling with 4 acres of ground Splendid front and garden in good neighborhood R L Eikin YOU MUST Call and settle your 1906 School tax Please do this and save other expense E W Harris Tres The January money for teachers is ready Call and will be able to pay the amount due you on Saturday 2nd 1907 Mittie A Dunn Money to Loan 83600 to loan at six per cent on first mortgage desirable real estate Ap ply at The Record office tf Wanted Wanted a good reliable woman to take charge of housekeeping and cook ing for family of three Good house and liberal price paid Address box 216 Lancaster Ky 2t Lost Dog Setter bitch brown with some white Short tail Answers to name Nancy Left my home about January 11th Information thankfully reciev ed S M Denney We are not Boasting but merely re peating what hundreds of Customers tells us When we say we have the best 20c coffee on earth 2t W H Ward It is the aim of every intelligent house keeper to save money If you are a house keeper it will pay you to deal at Wards Grocery 2t Loaf with me I have understood that grocey stores are getting tired of loafers Realizing as we do that a man loafs where be spends his money we Cordially invite you to loaf with us 2t W H Ward See New styles bracelets and bat pins at Morrow McRoberts tf Just received a new line watches clock rings Bracelets Fobs c at tf Morrow McRoberts G Hawkins Co Cincinnati will be here with us on Feb 124 with his line of Spring and Summer clothing samples Be sure to come in and see his display Himphill West Has it Occurred To You that really not coal butheat that you are laying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers various foreign all weighing sixteen ounces to the pound Our Banne Coal is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can it J A Jones ANNOUNCEMENT- I am a canidate for the nomination for of Garrard in the House of the next General Assembly of Ken tucky subject to the action patty JOlocU tt i I tf eggs Dont read Elmores name 2t all prices2tHonakers workMulesIt Lost February E I it is matter representative oY ijLL j bookHre S representing LE Hays A sand easily supply Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and stem II Ian II 1111 I II I II II II I I I I tu long 7 H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook LANCASTER f oana 10 U U 1110 f IOREE HOUSE I 3 RIchmond i I Street Lancaster Kentucky HYACINTHS la Pots 10 cents each ALL COLORS Come and See II I I LaswoMe CIIRISTMAN Proprietor IPhone 157 JOHN oeoeeoeeeo0000o eeeeeeew R E MOROBERTS Prest J W ELMOIJE Cashr J C EUUAXKS Vice Prest R I BUIITOX 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Casbr The Garrard Bank Trust Co Lancaster It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest Improved Proof Vault and Safe otlicered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi 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 particular ly 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 DIRECTORS I t Ii Ky I W s Burglar r H T Logan J R ITaselden I M Dunn T J Price WoodsE L Roses received from Stanford Greenhouse These Roses are second lERos I i i to non Q coooooooo FuneralFlowers Floral Designinga Bedding Plants In Season 0 OOO O OOOOOMOO i BULBS t i t0 ooc Banks Hudson R L R L Burton L K Perkins AV G Gooch Elkin J C Hemphill H Y Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton In order to 61ose out our partnership business of Collars Collar Pads Names Traces Back Bands Plows Harrows Drills Corn Planters Call and see us if you want great bargains i Romans Elmore i I r III I I II- II II- II 11 lie III III II- II y i I ZLII I Iii ii R f ow Of Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographs are made by artists not by amatures We kno finish a picture to give it expression thats people come to us for pictures Youll our work as well as our prices We aj urday from 9 a m to 5 p m your Fall clothes I TflE t C I Poxi d- G New GoodsArriving daily at the WHITE ELEPHANT STORE New Ginghams Homburgs Sheeting Mattings Clothing Hats RUGS DRUGGETS OVERALLS and WORK SHIRTS Dress Newest and Novel thinks out for Spring BUY CARRIED OVER STUFF When you can have New Spring stuff at the same price Full line Rubber Boots Overalls and Work Shirts Come and see Special discount of per cent on every cash sale Saturday night from 6 p m to 9 p m February 2ndO7 I 1j 1L I I I DONT I 1 O I r Iii C r Spring a E t I New Goodst d I FOR The Blacksmith Shop on Lexington Pike in the city of Lancaster known as the Green leaf Shop and formerly owned by Tom Mc Millan This is one of the best stands in the city with dwelling above J W HAMILTON Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance RENT I I i lFR S By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 I anyone I I1AX JflL I I OLIVER VULCANc eR SYRACUSE 1e1 PlOWS I The best on earth and we sell them I ELKIN Spring Suits G E Hawkins will be with us February 1st 2nd 4th when he will display the largest line of woolens of L E HAYS CO of Cincinnati for Spring and Summer Wear not fail to come and have your measure taken by an experienced cutter and Fit Guaranteed ill West Davidsons Grocery I I MOUNT I e Y8TEfqj7 e JfiJJeXeJlj11JeYxexere1 o ship t I Jr c r BUCKEYE Mr Andrew Stotts has closed out storeMiss Willie Duncan closed her school at Chappel Jan 24 John M Bui ton is still at the car penters trade at Doc Simpsons- Mr Irvine Simpson and wife visited his father Mr Doc Simpson Sunday Mrs Drue Davis has been numbered with the sick her daughter Mrs Ivine Simpson visited her Monday Miss Lovie Simpson visited Miss Ivy Ray Saturday night The family home with her Sunday Robert B Hill has just returned from Ill and is visiting Irvine and Wesley Simpson and their father Mr Russ Teater died at his home Tuesday Jan 22 and was burried on his birthday He was born in 1813 he has been married twice He was married at eighteen years of age to his first wife Miss Susie Davis and to them born thirteen children ofwhich only five are living and their moth is dead She was a true Christian and highly respected He married to his second wife Miss Belle Davis in 1887 in his 78th year She was only 23 If he had lived until May they would have been married twenty years and born to them four children one being dead He has eight children and a wife to mourn his death We have the greatest smypathy for them He was burried at home at the family burying ground Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatish of the muscles and may be cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application If this does not af ford relief bind on a piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief is almost sure to fol low For sale by R E McRobeits the reliable druggist at Lancaster1m BEUNA VISTA Ice gathering is the order ofthe day George Ruble made a business trip trip to Indiana last week Mrs Will Duncan visited near Faulconer last week Mrs A D Scott who has been ill with rheumatism is improving Mr and Mrs Marshall Scott are re joicing over the arrival of a son Joe Skinner who went to San Fran cisco in November is expected home this week Mrs I Hamilton of Lancaster spent last week with her daughter Mrs Hollis Spoonamore Miss Sunbeam Welds has returned to her home in Nicholasville after weeks visit to the family of J J Poor The public school taught by Miss Eliza Ison closed last Friday It is hoped Miss Ison will teach a spring termBenj Lane and Miss Pearl Temple stole a march on their friends last Wednesday by driving to Nicholasville and were joined in wedlock by Dr Me Corkle of that city Netflheere Get FIdI was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my ted and neighbors predicted that I would never leave it but they got fooled toe thanks be to God I was induced to try Dr Kings New Dis covers Ittook just lour one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapber of Grover town Stark Co Ind This Xing of cough and cures and healer of throat and isgoaranteed by B E McRoberts Druggist 50c and SlOQ Trial bottle IB a alive free r returned lunge Stock and Crop Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetown Ky Says I had occasion to use Poultry Cure with my turkevg this year and it cured them 1 only lost one dont think I would have lost it if I had used the medicine sooner Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin W T Ballenger Lexington Ky Says I have used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think it is the only made tbat will cure and prevent hog cholera Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Two pair of gray mare mules were sold at Mexico Mo last week for 1050 A Missouri man recently purchased near Lebanon Ky ten jacks 14 34 to 17 hands high at prices ranging from to 1000 Most of them between 700 and 900 Henry S Caywood of North Mid dletown sold to Brutus J Clay of Paris sixty five head of feeding cat tle 1000 pounds at 43 per headG Kirkpatric of Mt Sterling has purchased of Robert Howell 10000 pounds of tobacco at eleven cents with a small lot at five cents Mi Kirk patrick has also secured 5000 pounds of Cliff Bush at 8 cents Thirtytwo 2yearold mules belong ing to Ernest Dunlap Woodford county were sold at Gentrys stuck yards in Lexington Monday at 4415 an aver age of 275 a pair Look out for dirty wheat screenings Only the use of a microscope will de tect the dodder and other noxious wheat seeds Clean mill seed can be used with profit by farmers but they should be sure of the quality of wheat they are buying One lesson for the farmer which they may learn from the rail roads that are discarding the small engines and installing the great moguls that can pull 40 to 60 cars each is that it is high time they discard the light horses and bronchos and secure the big stout horses capable of pulling a 16inch to 24inch plow Many farmers are working too much land They spread their energies out over so much space that their efforts do not bring in the net returns they should A good authority has stated thatif the average farm of the central states which ranges from 150 acres was cut into two farms the owners would prosper just as well upon the small farm without so much labor So rapidly are the wild ducks dis appearing that the Department of Agriculture at Washington is taking the matter in hand with a view of say ing the birds from extinction and calls attention to the fact in a circular that unless stringent laws are enforced the wild ducks will go the way of the the wild turkey and the wild pigeon The wood duck acording to the circular is likely to be known only from books or tradition while the canvass back and red head are scarce A new variety of wheat has been in Mexico which is Mid be A Habit to ee Enceureeee1 The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coughs colds and croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by its use It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia and if given as soon as the first symptoms of croup appear it will the attack This remedy contains nothing injurious and moth erg give it to little ones with a feeling of perfect security Sold by B E Me Win reliable druggist at Loa mater Ira Bourbon I remedy 500 buffalo exceedingly discovered Robert t s tot prevent t f Sx immune from attacks of the wheat rust The United States Department of Agriculture is greatly interested in the discovery and steps will probably be taken to have the wheat introduced into this country The Mexican Society has just issued a re port concerning the new wheat which is said to have been grown in the State of San Luis Potosi Mexico for several years with great success The rust immune wheat is from seed that was originally imported from Argelia The uptodate farmers say wheat used to be worth a dollar a bushel Since those days farm lands have ad vanced in price labor has advanced dry goods has advanced clothing has advanced meat and canned goods have advanced lumber has advanced steel and iron and nails and iron fenc ing have advanced all of them from 25 to 100 per cent has ad wheat The dump ers are selling it today for about 75 cents a bushel Right in the midst of the greatest era of prosperity this country has ever known they are sell ing their wheat at hard times prices Common Colds are the Cause of Many Serious Diseases Pbysicans who have gained a na tional reputation as analysts of the cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold be avoided a long list of dangerous ailments would never be heard of Every one knows that that pneumonia and consumption orignate from a cold and chronic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggravated and more serious by each fresh attack Do not risk ycur life or take chances when you have a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will cure it before these diseases develop This remedy containes no opium morphine or other harmful drug and has thirty years of reputation back of it gained by its cures under every condition For sale by R E McRoberts the druggist at Lancaster 1m Poetry of the Future When Peary has found the North PoleAnd the Panama canal is finished And the negro question is satisfac torily answered And English spelling is reformed And we have universal peace And politicians are all And there are really no trusts And coal costs fifty cents a ton And life insurance is absolutely squareAnd ice is delivered free And all men promptly pay all their debtsAnd the steam trains and electric wait for you And men get home before 10 oclock at night invariably sober And school children really love their teachers And the churches are regularly crowdedThen will be sweetly poetic RisiHft Frem the Grave A prominent manufacturer Fertwell of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After takingless than threebottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from thegrave My trouble is Brights disease iu the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for ithas already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at R E McRoberts Price only 50c 1m Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped nothern seed oats at Banks 2t Agricultural Everything vancedexcept rendered reliable J honeSt carswill Wm A druggist r 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 da all you agree and I advise all who wish a business education to attend one of Lippards Colleges t I Business Prof Lippard is receivta a auibtr of new students in the RlciuexmdBusi ness College which is doing a stood work Business MB ftrwts and students unite in recosuBeBdias its work as most thorough honest ad a safe school foryoBBg people No bug tactiec No robbing stnefeaU of of their money pay i monthly paymemU Graduates placed nto U 0 ham StudeBta can poiou Conn Brothers Carriages Hardware Farm Implements Mashing Shopi and Boilers Repaired and For Sale J- OOOOO S Engines oS rar rararar g raAa lit flWi i xfafi f Fran hue SMby to JC W KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS IIILII FREE FREEL Iut tletacky State Uietoriai Society is II the Uait iIidata of the 1Mc De canal Eaters Weeks R 1 ouch other JHeaerica1 ALL r aJmonths sab UIIdcn that ass riptiea price bY qatTIle TIle Pert BIt ill the For an tile people and tkalways Per tk 1M T J 1IIILLetni IIY s C aaE w B Fkglls lh PUhsS EasS kw Iss V MiL Coeorsasd- lb titrl sae lyeasaieeNbaeeredaalt-at tl elee rs order to pLee these pieties ha a permsseat foe theyheee trees group U of ikrseedatatistiat tr War elw Ue S ama and v ai Ye f three aelieeN itwss- ad laesmsdss- 11W eM a a d glair Atlssb w UV IHS Mrseed fart ha mi eer titer si theaeea- b asi- larrierr isscWs h7 vg as seteeiilierfrayaadt1ePeataiifaisearlr- eeh readeraooorgiegtothede th is c upthig ad Ira art acre sews d hest- maketepoccs mast pfle radepeedeet sea IL na M hitrrN it t f I lM N IS t H1LDK1 N S l i v- tDSI S jCl M S EXACT conrorVBAWC lJ 0 H P esIbttr1IdIIrr lioTNAKCOTICIItI 11JrorColls sioBsTewuish LossOF SJE- EIks iANEW YORK 13 3 f in 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round trip to Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays ofeachlnonth ROCK ISlanD Sjsterr GEO H LEE Gen Pas Alt Little Rock Ark H I McGUIRE Dist Pass Agt Cincinnati O Frisco MemphisTeaaJ N We go to Texas Gulf Coast on February 5th Round trip ticket only 3655 with 30 days limit Write us for information about South Texas We have a buyer for 11000 farm on pike 4350 will buy one of the best small farms in the couniy If you want to sell list your property with us Ifyou want to buy ask for our list Wallace Realty Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Ask J H KINNAIRD Insurance Man Florida and Cuba The Winter PlaygroundEa- silyand Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY Queen and Crescent Route Fast and Convenient Schedules Comfortable Pullman Equipment Dining Car Service Attractive Tours through Florida including a delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key West ofNassau N P at low rates Variable BouteTicketsj- goiag via Asheville and the Land of the Sky returning direct or vice versa with stop 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fathers features he broke into a broad smile Thats a good picture of you daddy said he Very good my son Whos the man next to you asked the youngster Why my son exclaimed the dont you know That is one of the greatest men of the world a man more admirable and more than any king That my son Is president Roosevelt The lad again looked at the picture of the president Then after a thought ful pause he observed Say daddy the people in the east will be awful proud when they see the presidents picture next to yours wont Spectator t Duped Young man said the old lady with anger in her eyes Ive brought back this here thermometer you sold me You cant come none of your tricks on me Whats the trouble with it bland ly asked the clerk Trouble The thing dont stay the same two days at a time Gimme my money back Milwaukee Sentinel BLISSFUL IGNORANCE t h r 1 fHE theyAmerican I daddy senator powerful what fun theres Dora Smart got a piece of tear hanging and she doesnt know it I shant her A Grim Alternative you say your son has gone on the stage Mamma Yes didnt you oppose choice I mean to say Mamma Oh yes but he threatened if we made any attempt to prevent him he would take to literature Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores wounds boils cuts sprains or a case of piles that Buck lens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Alleghany Sierra Co No use hunting Mr Wal ters it cures every case Guaranteed by McRoberts drug store 25c 1m Combination sale of High Class Horses to be held at Danville Ky February 19 and 20 F REID CO will sell 125 select business consisting of Saddle Harness Coach and a number five ofteams Also Young Stallions for Saddle and Harness by Bourbon Chief 976 Dorsey Golddust 12052 Prince Rupert 887 Cecillian Chief 33698 and the product from Kentuckys best blood will be represented F REID CO DANVILLE KENTUCKY Undertaker GertieOr tell FriendAnd second FriendBut his JA Beazley I horses 4rteriu am Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Bobes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill AM CURE LUNCS Dr s Now Discovery KILLTHCOUCH THE FOR Free Illart LUNG v-sw 0IIftumr ONIIUPTIN I f111 NS aM ikf lW- t Thal said 4aiokat Car ilreaH- TZ OT sand 7I REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Citizens National Bank No asee OF LANCASTER KV AT Close of Business Jan 26 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 148155 33 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2420 11 U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 25437 50 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 5000 00 Due from National Banks not Agents 5446 92 Due from State Banks and Bankers 34 Due from approved reserve agents 37408 39 Checks 68 55 Notes of other National Banks LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IK BANK viz 10902 Legaltender notes 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation TOTAL 08 Capital stock paid In 5000008 fund 1000000 Undivided profits less and taxes 668178 National Bank notes outstanding 40100 08 Due to other National Banks 7210 29 Due to State Banks and Bankers 203 06 Individual deposits subject tocheck 160223 62 bills rediscounted 900860 Liabilities other than those above stated 643 33 TOTAL 293osao8 STATE OP KENTUCKY COUNTY OP GAREAKD sa I B F Hadson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of Jan 1907 S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest 1 1627 00 3191 13393 2500 O LIABILITIES expenses I TEE 1 Reserve 1605 sue o62 Notes and L Y LEAVELL J S JOHNSON JJ WALKER I Directors REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL UL No 1493 OF LANCASTER AT Ttelteof Brass Jaj26 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts S142145 45 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 501 50 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc furniture and fixtures 7000 00 Due tram National Banks got reserve agents 6876 71 Due State Banks and Bankers 038 10 Due from approved agents 73872 72 Checks sod other cash items 8 00 Notes of other National Banks 4815 00 297 12 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE In BANE viz Specie Legaltender notes Redemption Fund with U 8 Treas urer 5jk f circulation Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 8945 81 State Bank Notes Outstanding 49400 00 Due to Other National Banks 13909 70 Due to State Banks and Bankers 74 33 Individual deposits subject to check 193828 35 Certified checks 165 60 Reserved for Taxes Total 329474 22 I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to of my and belief S C DENNYCashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of Jan 1909 J H Notary Public COBBXCT Attest ICY 27154 62 Fractional 7165 00 6500 00 13665 00 2500 00 329474 22 50000 00 10000 00 IM7 77 9TATEOF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARBABDSS KIN NAIRa OF THE Banking reserve knowled ge A R DENNY A C ROBINSON S D 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Common to medium calves 35s HOGS Choice packing and butchers 20- 8toMOlbs 665 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 6 65 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs 6 65 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 6 So Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 625 Roughs 150 to 400 Ibs 610 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep M 4 08 4 50 fairto good 3 00 3 Bo Common to medium a 3 Oo Backs l 75 2 25- Xxtra shipping lambs 750 But butcher lambs 6 00 Common a 50 5 00 IAFor lafrats aid Ckilirwu TIM KM YN Hm Allays faeM Bears the Signature of Notice Dissolution The firm of Becker t Glass doing business at Bryantsville has this day by xnutal con sent been dissolved W L Glues retiring All parties Indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once C C Becker 11841 w L Glass ing to all persons not to trespass our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice I countryparticularly particulars AUSTIN EAZLEY Satisfaction ont r 258 008 I t y- t maybe Magazine bookseller ion ta11 eadla abs POSTED n John W Hill Clay Sutton I M Myers HC Arnold W SFerguson B L Burton Mrs Gill B L Kelley Jno A Sanders J W Sweeney P D LETTER TO OUR READERS Leading Draggists Guarantee Hy omei to Cure Catarrh or It ItSNothiag To the Editor In view of the prevalence of troubles at this season of the year we waat to tell your read ers that we have never any thing that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used fa catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested in Hyomei for it is made and sold om honor and we do not want your mosey unless you are benefited satisfied There is no stomach dosing in with Hyomei It is a local treatment for a local and its soothing healing goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit can slats of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle ofHyomei and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarantee a care when Hyomei is used in accordance with diiectioas or we will nhatyour money This certainly ahoy our faith and belief in the virtues el ByoneL Tours very truly thoroughly dIs- ease medication ca- tarrhal connection FOR SA L E write for list or call on J W Elmore 11I 1 lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11I11I11I OO BLUE GRASS 1i5 ueC eyU- laO111111111111111111111111111 t I f 3UIG K y NTUCKY- y Sheriffs FOR TAXES By virtue of tax warrantsissued n the clerks office of the Garrard Count Court and placed in my hands for c lection for the unpaid taxes due coi state by the following tax payers of Garrard Ky for the year 1906 I or one of n deputies will on MONDAY FEBRUARY 25th 190 at one oclock P M offer for sale the Court House door in the of Lancaster Ky the following estate in Garrard County Ky of delinquents for the unpaid taxes or so much thereof as may necessary to pay the taxes of said linpnents for the year 1906 penaltty interest cost and comml and the amount to be paid by each set forth opposite their respect names viz DISTRICT No 1 Lancaster Boman Mrs L E Hot 283 Cunningham Mary 1 lot 13 DISTRICT No 1 Lancaster Burdett Bob 7 acres land 6 Cooper town lot 5 Miller Alex 1 town lot 7 Rothwell Aron 1 acre land Wearren Jessie 1 town lot 61 DISTBICTNo2 Bryantsville Dunn Theo 3 acres land 3 Lane C W 12 acres land 5 Rice Joe 300 acres land 55 Stewart Frank 30acres land 7 DISTRICT No 2 Bryantsville COLORED Davis John 1 lot Davistown 4 I Tarrence Frank 1 acre land 6 DISTRICT No 3 Buckeye WHITE East Bros 28 acres land 20 Potts Bros 12 acres land DISTRICT 4 Paint Lick Bird Mat 100 acres land 6 Bird Green 4 acres land 41 Brock Carr 50 acres land 5 Dillon W R 96 acres land 3 Hammack A J 22 acres land 7 Halcomb Elizabeth Heirs 40 acres land 7 Jennings C H 23 acres land Kincaid W P 18 acres land 10 Kinnaird Cash 45 acres land 6 Lear Joe 6 acres land 4 Ledford D B 30 acres land 7 McCullium Heirs 47 acres land 3 4 Mason Bros 200 acres land 7 Murrell A J 6 acres land 6 2 Payne Martha 8 acres land Painter Squire Jr 2 acres land 4 Scarbrough Dave 25 acres land 4 Tankersley Heirs 12 acres land 3 1 Wilburn Jennie 21 acres land 3 1 DISTRICT No 4 Paint Lick COLORED Anderson Geo 18 acres land 6 Faulkner 10 acres land Gillispie Bat 27 acres land 51 Hickman Logan 4 acres land Kennedy Ed 2 acres land Lacky Grand Heirs 1 acre land 4 Mitchel Mag 1 acre land 28 Meritt Henry Heirs 8 acres land 3 9 Given under my hand as Sheriff o Garrard CountyC AnwW Sfcerif 24 1907 Will Well would have thought it Such difference in the work of the and others its just like this This the best but of course you run patronize others and dont think about what you are doing so not let a fellow give you a little tip Hand your bundles to Logan Agent LANCASTER KY ainspring of Life OM Cam be Strong With a Weak Stomach The stomach Is the mainspring of When it is strong and acts then the whole system is ight assimilation is perfect ant and brain are thoroughly noar hed One may perhaps get temporary jlief from stomach troubles hy pepsin or some other digestant this treatment has no curative f It does not reach the seat of trouble and remove the cease How Mack better to use MIens restores lost fanctlons of the digestive system revives Sna ng nntritlon and aids in the of Miona Is a pleasant remedy tand benefit is seen from almost first days treatment It natorw torpid glands and sUmnlatas the itnral digestive secretions It ecks fermentation stops germ soothes Inflammation ant an trouble as IsMaes backaches rhevmatie pains tope slfsfitsmnsg MTV aad general which hy imperfect jjjsstlsn ItIs the only remedy that nnl mly snecsssfnl in th cure sf stsot diseases that we are willing to a guarantee with every 5t seat ef Miona that the wffl sit loUOnc nlJis it c J 1 Sale I m ty and delinquent County before real said aforesaid be de including son I WHITE 15 CoLORED 80 Goo 1 0 90 4 85 WHITE 4U 80 00 35 20 80 9 s5 No WHITE 20 35 40 8 50 65 55 h 65 40 95 3 40 40 20 05 Ab 40 4 65 5 05 00 This Jany Well Who a MNLAUNDRY Now Laundry is along and anything why kind Van No Ute aslag but feet tile which food the growth cares each furetI ieItm are erased ada I I c If 1 city 7 7 y whole as- a aw the less give ties rel- edlr e 0 g 0 5 0 f t FOLEYS and TAR CURES the cough but heals and strength the lungs and prevents Mcious rW from a cold There is no danger of Pa Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Moray alai Tar IB takes as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settIes om the lungs and may develop lento pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do risk Pneumonia when Fattys My will cure you quickly anti strengthen your lungs j Remember that name sad refuse any substitute offered Donot take chance with some nnksewm preparation that costs you the you can got Fstaya swtsl Tar that costs results Contain opiatce E H Jones Pastor M E Ch Grove Md writes About seven or eightyears ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave m so sack relief that I bought some of the regular sise Two or three bottles cured me of what the physiciaas called consumption and I have sever had any trouble with my throat or lungs siacsV tkat time Three sbes 25c SIc T The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six M muck For sale bv C C T E For a stylish haircut or easy shave Hem DncartBafyr Sty and See OUR FALL GOODS now ready for your in tion TheM good ar fresh and new and our prices are right McCREARY KY 0 YEARS HONEY PI 11 not oaly steeps wits F coughsthe F and laat sad ceetalt ill rtCI I IUla J i I SLOB au 1 am IT Storm go to e Came are all FORBES LICKER i ClIsadC4MsPREVEWIS a as- FsNwy tlld Tar era 1s7s not Tar MMy alai T assts when Missy y 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