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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8 mi XUMMMX 41 I THE CENTItAL RECORD SIlEsrSENrn YEAR Y t Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co are now We must have room for this tre mendous stock A few more odds and ends are still in our store will sell at any old price so they go Come see what they have been bought in enormous quantities and we will have the handsomest lines in Cen tral Kentucky T BE E Go Incorporated I M l- Cti I I i tI New Spring Goods I I1 II ii 1 f 1 whichwe i 1 Iare New goods II iI I i I I I ei Joseph Mercantile II AWI NIWlli 9- i Ei ARRIVING ar 4IE t a ti 4 Ed F M Tinder preached splendid sermon last Sunday on Faith and other conditions to salvation The ground hog saw his shadow about 10 oclock Saturday and the coal merchant is happy while the custom er is in trouble Rats Mr Charles Grimes is making his ice house rat proof as he claims that they ate his ice last summer Step Conn reports the following for 1906 There were 1 7 raines 57 snows 5S cold days 12 fogs and 35 frosts Joe Mounts platform in which he the sale of liquor the wreck less use of automobiles and favors the reduction of Railroad fare is approved by many people and is receiving much favorable comment Look Out The City Council adjourned Monday night to meet on Feb 15 and receive the delinquent tax list All property upon which tax is not paid by that date will be advertised for sale See J A Beazley and settle Enterprise Among the undertakings of our public spirited citizens is an attempt to build a hotel adjoining the Garrard Bank and Trust Comumy Several meetings have been held and plans have been suggested As such an en terprise would enhance the value of it is believed that the people generally will help in the good work Candidate The announcement of Mr J 0 Bogie for the Legislature appears in The Record He is well known as an in telegent substantial citizen and a staunch democrat having done much splendid work for his party As he lives in a precint where his party is in the minority his friends claim that he should be recognized Interurban- A move is on foot to construct an Electric Railway from INicholasville through Hickman and Bryantsville to Lancaster The matter is being agitated in earnest at the other end of the line and if our along the line will take the question up they will see that the benefit to them in travel and shipping rates will be con siderable as they can ship by rail or by the Kentucky River and pay less frieght on importer export Strike while the iron is hot Get to getber and give the i ightof way and what is necessary to secure this great benefit recess try Weather Platform opposes property articlesof people r e i I Account is j e I icalliljaili1 I OG1lN Ii J r pity oar 1ut Due i P1eae d Settle iLL 1 a t Mr Henley Bastin our electrician is inventing an electric device to prevent railroad collisions Strange But True Arnold Jr tells us that ha has discovered a double tree two distinct bodies running into one top on Mr Ras Dunns farm On Tuesday Capt Wm Herndon re cieved a message that Prof Milton Elliotts remains would be buried in Lexington on Wednesday He taught here and has many friends and ad mirers in this county Good Service to Danville Jas Hatcher proprietor of the Dan ville stage line is prepared to carry oassengers in the best and most manner A good wagon fast horses plenty of rugs and good foot warmers make the trip one of pleasure Ride with him and go in comfort tf Farm Sold Mr A C Robinson sold 308 acres of land and his country residence about 3 miles from town to his son George D Robinson at 70 per acre The friends of the latter are glad that he has located here again after sojourning fur awhile in Lincoln county The farm is an excellent one Editor Away Editor Louis Landram was called to Washington City Monday afternoon and will be in the Capital for several days During his absence Judge M D Hughes is on the tripod in The Record otllce Mr Landram will not write a communication from Washington as every minute of his time will be occupied by very important business Garrard Property While Garrard property list falls a little below some other counties it must be remembered that her area is much smaller than some of them this into considerationf her five and a half millions of property demons trates the fact that her real estate is of a high grade and represents excellent values Sale Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents sold for Wm Humber his pro perty on Totten Avenue to J L Jones for SJ5000 cash This real estate firm is now preparing the lists for this year and if you want to sell your farm now is the time to make a contract with them If you want to buy a farm they can suit you Speaking Mr M F Sharp will address the farm ers of Garrard county at the court house on Feb 25 court day and at Bryantsville Tuesday 26 with a view to organize and realize better prices for tobacco He will speak at other places in the county and every farmer should hear him Eld Homer Carpenter field of the Christian Endeavor who preaches at Pleasant Grove und has headquarters at Lexington delivered an excellent lecture to that organiza tion at the Christaian church on Sun day evening It is one of the most powerful church auxiliaries and shonld be encouraged and supported by all the people To The Public It is with pleasure that I accept 1300 for my damage to merchandise sustained by me and I take this op portunity to recommend Elmore Wearen and Thomas and their com panies to the insuring public for prompt and liberal settlement court ious treatement in adjusting the abovct S A Walker Obituary On Tuesday at 11 oclock A 31 Mr John Wages died of a complication of diseases at his home on the Danville road being 46 years of age Funeral services were conducted at the resi dence by Rev C S Ellis and the re mains were buried in the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday afternoon Deceased came here from Knox county about five years ago and bought a farm near Point Leavel Last year he bought Mrs Mary Wal dens farm near town and moved there for the purpose of sending his child ren to school in this city Although he had been in the community but a short time he had some warm friends He was a member of the Baptist church and belonged to the I 0 0 F His widow and five children survive him to whom the Record and the entire community extend sincere condolence The Beautltul The snow that has lately fallen re minds us of the following stanza Miss Susie Brown my pretty one Im sure you must remember If not for love at least for fun The sleigh rides in December When all the Belles and all the Beaux would go forth And squeeze beneath the buffalo each others hands c Remember That you shall reap as you sow A1 pang for a pang A frown for a frown A Sigh for a sigh A tear tear A thorn for a thorn A rose for a rose A smile for a smile A kind work for good cheer Bestow upon others what you may and your harvest will be the same as that bestowed My T M comfortable 2t C E fora Taking C Secretary SlAKKSUUttY Robert Cobb has recovered from a severe attack of fonsilRis Miss George Dunn is very sick with measles her brother Lytle has Just recovered from them Mr C K Poindexter has purchased crusher and is prepared to give you excellent food for your stock Mr M G Aldridge left Monday for Martinsville Ind where he will take a course of bathes for Rheumatism Miss Sue Sutton entertained a few of her friends at dinner Wednesday Mrs Ed Perkins was also hostess at dinner last Sunday Mr Will Beck of the Bend is quite sick with typhoid fever but with the clove attention of Dr Elliott and a trained nurse from Lexington he is get ting along nicely Jack Dunn left last week for North Middietown where he will attend school George Patton left for Harri man Tenn where he also will enter school at that place Miss Annie Higginbotham who has been a recent visitor to friends in has returned home Since her return home she has been quite sick butt is able to be out again Mr Edgar Dunn accompaied by Mrs Ivy Dunn of Danville were at the Grove Sunday and were guests of R M Robinson and family Rev HAmer was their guest while here on his pastoral visit The father of Dr Elliot Rev Milton Elliot of North Middletown continues quite ill He has been a very popular educator for many years at Kirksvile Lancaster may field and North Middle fi jvvn There will be a call meeting for busi ness at the church next Saturday morning at 11 oclock The pastor earnestly requests that the members leave their work for an hour or so and come to this meeting as he wants to make them a special talk The Endeavor had aspecial meeting at Pleasant Grove church on Sunday afternoon with a good talk from the state worker Rev Ilomei Carpenter Quite a number were as new members Mr Carpen ter also addressed the C E Society at Lancaster Sunday evening at the re form church Mrs Hanna Dunn Berkele died at her home near Bryantsville on last Tues day evening She was just in the prime of life and was very popular in the com munity in much she lived she leaves one child Edna a bright and promis fug little girl of about 10 years of age for whom much sympathy is expressed The funeral services were held at the house conducted by Rev of Lancaster Interment in Lancaster Cemetery WALLACETON Mr Conn Asher of Livingston visit ed his parents from Thursday until SundayRev James Lunsford of Berea preached at the Christian church last Sunday Rickwell of Paint Lick was with her homefolks Saturday night and Sunday Mr Henry Botkins sold his farm has bought a lot from Mr George Ballard for 450 Mr Justus Ponder and family visited Mrs Ponders parents in Rockcastle county a few days last week Johnnie Henry returned last week to Mr J B Wallaces after a weeks visit with his father in Jackson county Mr J A Baker sold to Mr George Mitchel about 4000 lbs of hay at Wets per hundred also 2000lbs to Mr Wm McKen at the same price Rev Smith went to Silver Creek Baptist church to fill his regular Saturday and Sunday He was accompanied by Mr J S Cade Rev James Combs of Berea preached at Wallace Chapel as announced The weather being very iuclement his con gregation was small but felt well re paid by a good sermon Mr George Mitchel has found it nec essary to buy a strong yoke of oxen in order to deliver hay and corn to Berea buyers Our mud roads are in awful condition from the unusual amount of rain this winter and the lack of care ful work which should have been done last summer and fall Rev Hurt of Berea has been appoint ed pastor of Wallace chapel to succeed Rev Hopkins who was removed to Cynthiana by the Bishop We regret to lose Rey Hopkins but glad Rev Hurt will preach next Sunday at 11 a m and each succeeding second Sunday of the months this year Miss Mattie Wallace of Plattsburg Mo died on Jan 23 after a short illness of measles and spinal meningitis She was the eldest daughter of Mr George Wallace former Kentuckians and has many relatives in this and ad joining counties who deeply with the parents and sister in their great bereavment Mattie was a lovely Christian girl and we know she is with her savior Mr and Mrs Joe Rutherford and lit tie grandson Lee Parks who went to Illinois several months ago have re turned to Kentucky and are now with friends at Berea This is the third time Mr and Mrs Rutherford have tried Illinoise and returned to old Kentucky We hope they will stay with us this time their children Etta and Boy will return later ames Christan Tinder an Miss Etlie I sympathize r i- while a- Corn Lexington Carpenter received recently appointment p OFFICIAL CALL For State Farmers Institute Issued by Commissioner Veerland HIS LETTER IN FULL State Agricultural Commissioner Veerland hasaddressed a letter to the members of the Farmers Institute of Kentucky notifying them of the of Shelbyville as the place of the Second Annual Statelnstitute on Ferbuary 26 27 and 28 and of the provisions of the law governing the holding of the Institute delegate strength and other details The letter which will be of interest to the of the state reads as follows Frankfort Ky Jan 22 1907 My Dear Sir At a meeting of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and it was decided to hold the Second Annual State Farmers at Shelbyville Ky February 26 27 and 28 1007 As you are probably aware the last General Assembly en acted a law which effected some changes in the conduct of the State Institutes and I take pleasure in giv ing you here the salient points in said law that your club governed accordingly in the of delegates etc The law provides that each county shall have one vote on all matters com ing before the Institute but does not limit the number of delegates that may be sent from each county 1 therefore that you select such number of delegates from your county as you think will attend but such delegation should be as a unit The chairman of the should be furnished with the proper credentials and should be em powered to cast the vote of his delega tion In the event there are two clubs in a county the two bodies should and agree to act as one body and vote on all matters in such manner as will conserve the best interests of their county At this Institute two members of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration will be elected to serve four years beginning March 1 1507 These members are to tin vacancies which will occur in the First and Third Appellate districts Each district will elect its own of the board every county in the district being entitled to one vote as above stated As a membership on the State Board is an important post every club should select delegate or delegates who will vote for a man who has the interest of the farmer at heart The law futher provides that each county club or institute shall elect one crop reporter from each magisterial district in their several counties The duty of the crop reporter shall be to report to the commissioner the con dition of growing ciops etc as per instructions as sent out from the office at Frankfort each month Every local organization is requested to submit its list of crop correspondents as they are already familiar with the method of reporting Officers of county organizations are requested to call a meeting of their club at once and as soon as selected the list signed by the of the club should be the Department of Agriculture Frankfort Only delegates holding proper credentials signed by officers of their respective clubs will oe vote in the Institute Reduced railroad rates and hotel rates will be secured thus reducing the expenses of delegates to a Every progressive farmer should avail himself of the opportu nity of hearing some of the best authorities on agricultural and kindred subjects in the United States Trusting that I may have your list of delegates at the earliest date so I can forward them invitations programmes etc and with kindest regards I am very sincerely yours Hurbert Veerland Commissioner BUCKEYE Mr Mike Simpson is quite ill Mrs Edd Chandler is quite ill with sore throat Mr Doc Simpson and family visited his son Sunday Mrs Nelson Davis is visiting her Mrs Chandler Mr A C Miles bought 30 hogs from Mr Harry Ray at Mr Miles bought 6 hogs from Dr Simpson averaging 112 lbs Miss Addie Gulley visited Thompson Sunday afternoon Mr Robert Price is paying 2 per hundred for hemp breaking Mr Robert Price bought 13 hogs from Mr Shirley Ray for GI cts Mrs Drue and two sons are visiting her daughter Mrs Irvine Simpson Mr Doc Simpson has 70 bushels of nice cultivated hemp seed for sale Mr Newton Sanders bought a milk cow from Mr Richard Burton for 35 Mr Forest Stapps little boy has been quite sick but is better at this writingMrs Davis visited her sister Mrs Irvine Simpson Saturday night and Sunday Mr Harden Price bought a big tur key from Miss Simpson at 12i lb Brother Shepard will fill bis appoint ment first Saturday and Sunday at Gunns cbappel Mrs Irvine Simpson mother and two children Thelma and James Edward visited Mrs Edd Chandler Wednesday I selection holding farmers I maybe selection instructedto vote delegation confer member delegates- are officers forwarded- to entitled- to possible sister 6 cts I 1 I Immigration Institute contained suggest minimum Miss Ruby 1 dale cents per NOTICEHow are you fixed on It you have any why dont you ik to town and get on all kinds such as VEAL CALVES A SPECIALTY W R GOTT CO PROD1JCE9 bring EggsCbickensB tterIHides Etc 1111111111 11f TIPTOP DENTIST Office over Thompsons store L DAVIDSON Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business WmHerndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over S tonnes drug store lOc Any copy of Sheet Music in the house OCts Lewis Herndon Successor to West Herndon We are Headquarters Clover and BlueGrass SEEDS Has elden Brothers I IIItLJ I R AttorneyAt Zaw r Ben DHernrton I I I for Timothy i i JIt 6 j C 1 r I t SEED JV I E Clover Timothy Orchard I O rru- e Grass reclened clipped northern seed oats just received COALThe best at the lowert prices FEEDCorn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed We are In the market at all times for Corn and Hay BANKS HUDSON I II L W C Fish Vice W or I PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick II INCORPORATED and a0 and grades y- I Feed Wds Pcest Prest G Cashier We offer you fair with every that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I I accommodation CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 I D B8 M COY BGGUYN J B WOODS BURROWS E L WOODS R I J s L ARNOLD f JW C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpet and Bugs in Crown Brussels Right Side Up 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 Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing and a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 J C ROBX2TSO1T Lanm x LBAVKCL President JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tip CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER JTF CAPITAL SURPLUS IMM B F HUDSON Cashier WO YA tCa lir C P WAUKKB Bookkeeper DtsiKSS Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis JS JOHNSON B JJ Walker T M Arnold II ANYTHING FURNITURE I j I I I I I 1 Y Leavell Hudson i Mirrors s ta L THE National Bank Of Lancaster CiM50000 Svpfe10000 A B BESSY TmUnt J E STOBMES Tke Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F BobUton Aast Cashr BTEfflbry Bookkeeper Alex B Denny Bobteson John E Stormes SC Denny D Cochran A C DIE CTORS s1 WE WILL Kng YoU lie Safe We Melt BisnessI YDIf We have am exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAXW- ehave in stock So Twenty Mule Team Borax books that we got on a special offer They ate extremely iaterestiag to the children and as long as they last we will give out free with each i pound purchase of BORAX at soc When these are gone we cannot secure more at a v price Come at once and take advantage of this special offer as you will need the Borax In the curing of your meet RISBIES DRUG STORE I J 1 I i I 4 k f CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRA1V EdrPubr Y i I 04 100 A VICAR Entered at the pot Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClast Mail Matter Lancaster Ky February 8 1906 There are 284000 Indians In the United States and instead of declining in number they are increasing They have many splendid institutions of learning and many churches and are making rapid strides in civilization The rapid growth of the temperance cause will soon force one of the great political parties to adopt the plank in its platform and we will then have prohibitions all over the land as the party taking it up will be sure to win and should do so The finding at Lexington of 300 indictments against those who fraud nlently registered last Fall is a move in the right direction and is in with the wave of reform which is sweeping over the country Purity in politics must prevail or the country will go to ruin The regulation ol railroad rates the smashing of trusts and other kindred questions are the attention of the people and better conditions are sure to pre vail Let every lover of peace justice and prosperity put his shoulder to the wheel and help tc down the usurpation of power whit has no place in our form of Govern The prolonged argument and in vestigation Brownsville affair and other questions which savor of politics should be abated and legisla lion for the general welfare should taken up by Congress Everybody with an ounce of brains and a limited sense of justice knows that the Presi dent did right in discharging those troops and their color had nothing to do with it Opposition to the action of Roosevelt comes principally from his own party and is partly the result of envy in those who would like to defeat him or his friends in the next presidential contest It is hoped that congress will abandom politics and do something for the people as they are sworn to do In Memoriam On Thursday morning at 5 oclock Jan 17th 1907 Talton Embry Wheeler was called home to his reward He was born July 16 1852 was married to Isadora Ross Dec 19 1871 to while eight children were being born to their union all of whom are left to mourn the great loss He united with the Freedom Baptist church in 1871 where he was an active porker He had been sick only a few days but for a day and night had lingered at deaths portals While loving hands were doing all in their power to restore him the angels were beckoning him onward and upward where he will know no more grief and sorrow It is hard to give up such a dear friend but our loss i sHeavens gain He will be so sadly missed in his home as a kind and loving father true and affec tionate husband by his friends as an honest and substanital friend in his church as a true Christian where he has served for the past ten years as moderator and clerk in his lodge a dutiful brother and had lately been elected Worshipful master it is hard but we morn not as those who have no hope May the Lord point the grief stricken ones to the home where he is goneDear father thou art gone We hear thy voice no more May we but grieve for thee dear one Thy life so soon was oer How dark the world with all its pleasure Sorrows burdens weigh us down Thou who was our earthly treasure Sleepeth now beneath a mound From the dawn until the twilight Through the bright hours of the morn All is dark to us as dark as night For thee our dearest one thou art gone Yet we trust one day to meet thee In a world thats free from pain At Heavens gate we hope to greet thee Greet our loved one yet again Twas a sad sad day When they laid our father to rest Beneath the cold cold clay To await the judgement day When we too cross over And we reach the gates of gold We shall see our father And his welcome smile behold One Who Loved Him 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 Guaranteed at B E McBoberts druggist 25c 1m If you have packages to send toDan vine or want one brought from there Hatcher the stage man It will be attended to all right tf Tbe Bichmond Business College Students are making good records Prof Lippard is searching for more good Students Be has calls for four Stenographers now at 160 per month and two at 100 per month Nothing pays like a bwlnaw ducattoa Writs particular JH Lippard keep- Ing engaging happiness meat L I I I I I I I I I I I I I I tJ Magnolia see Jas 1 K II I of the the darknver far rt a Gossip About People Nev se A Brief Mention ef the Comings and Gebgs by These We Are In Judge R A Burnside was at home this week Miss Julia Reid is visiting friends in LexingtonMessrs B Ray and Earl Simpson are on a trip to New Mexico Mrs Isaac Hamilton has returned from a visit to Buena Vista Mrs Saufley Hughes has returned from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Banks Hud Mrs J W Miller has returned from a visit to Mr R E Hughes and wife Louis yule MissSallie Tillett has accepted a in Brown Brothers Dry Goods store Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond is the guest of Misses Lucy and Tommie FrancisMisses Martha and Helen Gill are guests of friends in Fort Wayne Indiana Miss Sundeam Wilds of Nicholas ville has been with Garrard relatives Mrs F P Frisbie charmingly enter Coined the Embroidery Club last Tues day afternoon Mrs Lizzie Burgess and little son ol Bryantsville have been visiting Amanda Anderson Nicholasville W L Steele has returned from a vist to rela tlVeS near Lancaster Miss Lizzie Beazley is spending winter with her brother Mr Williain Beazley of Louisville Miss Mae Bell Burdette is the pleas ant guest of Miss Stella Shuttles ol Junction city this week Messrs W L Lawson and M F Rout have returned from Martinsville Ind somewhat improved in health Mr L Y Leavel has gone to to be treated in a sanitarime as his health has been bad for some time handsome picture of Claude Rice Gaines son of Mr and Mrs E C Gaines appeared in Saturdays Courier JournalMrs Fisher Mrs Jerry Bespass and children are in Fayettesville North Carolina for the remainder of the winter Miss Stella Shuttles of Junction City has been visiting Misses Pauline Bell Burdette the past week atJBryantsville Dr G C Farris and wife left Monday for Colorada to be absent about a year Lancaster friends regret giving up this excellent couple and wish them much success and goodhealth in their new home James H Hamilton nephew of J I Hamilton is sick of typnoid fever at a hospital in Mississippi His friends here hope to hear of his recovery His uncle J 1 has telegraphed to spare no expense in giving him the best Mr John Ray who has held a posi tion with Brown Bros in this city for some time will leave Saturday to ac cept a position as traveling representa the for the Eureka Light and Awning Co of Lexington Mr Ray is a young man of exceptionally fine business qual ifications and that he will succeed in in his new field there is no doubt While we regret to give him up yet we wish for him all success Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of bums 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 BETTIS Mr Tobe Anderson is on the sick list one cow and calf form Am Bourne attended court at Monday- W S Bettis bought one hog from John Murphey for Kinnaird Bourne and family of and Ben Sutton and wife visited homefolks Sunday Sunday morning the residence of E S Bourne caught fire but the were extinguished before much dam age was done We take this method of thanking our friends and neighbors who were so kind to us in the fire of Sunday morn E S Bourne and family Neighbers Got Fooled I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my ted and neighbors predicted that I would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanks be to God I induced to try Dr Kings New pis covers Ittook just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good sound health write Mrs Eva TJnacapher of Graver town Stark Co Ind This King of cough and cold and healer of throat and lungs isguaranteed by RK McBoberte Druggist GOc and tTOO Trial i 1m J son pos- Ition county Miss JournalMrs thee Lexington andMae treatment Murphey sold 16 Hubble I cures Avery John RIch- mond flan g wag bottlei sss jj L1 e These People Have st Genuine 5ar and Want your Trade See Romans ad House for rent W J Romans tf Don tread Romans Elmores ad on page 3 tf Your account is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros Before you buy your wire fence see W J Romans tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Your account is due Please call and settle at ance Haselden Bros Gold fish and globes at low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tf I will save you money on wire fence W J Romans tf Dishes Dishes Dishes we got them and got them for Sale at Wards 2t Fresh vegetables at Wards A full stock of coal on hand at all times best grades at lowest prices 2t Banks Hudson Honakers cut flowers for all oc cassions Hughes McRoberts Phone 55 2t Please call and settle your as it is due and we must have money Haselden Bros Get my prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans t See Hudson for prices on reclean Northern seed oats 2t Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned clipped northern seed oats at Bank Hudson 2t For Saie For sale Tobacco press Good as new Walton Moss Every young person possible should enter the Richmond Easiness 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 If you want to rent a house see W J Romans tf For Sale 150 white Leghorn hens and pullets These are pure bred and the best strains Phone 184H Walton Moss Lost Lost between Lancaster and 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 B L Elkin YOU MUST Call and settle your 1906 School tax Please do this and save other expense E V Harris Tres The January money for teachers is ready Call and will be able to pay the amount due you on Saturday Feb rusty 2nd 1907 Mittie A Dunn Money to Loan 3600 to loan at six per cent on first mortgage desirable real estate Ap ply at The Record office Wanted Wanted a good reliable woman to take charge of housekeeping and 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 he 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 Has it Occurred To You that it is really not coal but beat that you are toying Yet in coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter weighing sixteen ounces to the pound Banne Coal is all heat burns all It is clean hot and makes an easi ly regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner else can sup ply it J A Jones ANNOUNCEMENT the nomination for of Garrard county in the House of the next General of Ken tucky subject to the action of tbe Democratic party Bogie I i Bona gains Elmores tf 2t account the and Danville tf cook- Ing m h 1 It 814 I am a euldate for J O tf IIER ES r bookHre 8 Grocery S laying common representative r ed Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and long stem Mol U HU I HYACINTHS la Pots 10 cents each ALL COLORS Come and See I J I I I J I LANCASTER rwutrFuwrWvww Roses g Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These Roses are second to none IOEENOU I I Richmond Street I u Kentucky 1 Lancaster Jolly CIIISflN Proprietor Phone 157 eeeeeeeeef Funeral Mowers Floral Designing a Specialty BULBSBedding In Season IlIILll I I I 1e11II 1 I e g i g R E McRoBEKTs Prest J WEuionE Cashr J C EUBAXKS Vice Prest R I BURTOX 2nd V Prest D A Tno3iAS Asst Cashr The fiarrard Bank Trust Co It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tile latest hqmei Vailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose Integrity and bust 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 H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook DIRECTORS H J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L WG Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton In order to close out our partnership business of Collars Collar Pads Names Traces Back Bonds Plows Harrows Drills Corn Planters Call and see us if you want great bargains Romans Elmore Ky eBlr T Logan K Perkins V 1 11 I I Ij I Ij I I I 1 II Lancaster requirement t R tfcw 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 amatnres finish a picture to give expression people come for pictures Y our work as well as our prices j urday from 9 a m to 5 p your Fall THE pO cl N togs ANNOUNCEMENT On or about FEBRUARY I will receive 3 or 4 large shipments of Jewelry Watches Clocks Etc A Full Stock of PHONOGRAPHS and Supplies RECORDS JUST Sewing Machines and repairs Needles to fit all makes of Sewing Machines Thompsons store room Lancaster Kentucky I r f a I I eI I 15th I II I I I I500FHONOGRAPH RECEIVED 500 IxE E I O Nr ti L I i A E R N FOR RENT 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 f I j P I i i IFREE i By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 No 7anyone Besi ense I TbX I 1eX0X Jl01tJfJ Y- SI OLIVER m VULCAN ftI SYRACUSE r m I I PlOWS- I mm l mmmmg The best on earth and we sell them MOUNT ELKIN We are agents for the Winchester Steam which is doing the nicest work ever brought to Lancaster and we especially ask the country people to bring their Laundry and Arthur Joseph will call for it in town if ti us know that YOU have it We guarantee satisfac lace everything that is lost Two shipment ill West Davidsons Grocery I Ye SDX0DI x xexe Laund tis let e e LiUi J c YC ti kaindrytandrytanndry yon 1 Stock and Crop A Missouri man recently purchased near Lebonon ten jacks 14 to 17 bands high at prices ranging from 500 to 1000 Most of them between 700 and 900 Henry Caywood of Bourbon county sold to Brutus J Clay 66 bead or cattle averaging close to 1000 pounds at 43 per head J T Stewart sold to Hibler Bros ten head of 1000 pound cattle heifers at 4 cents per poundChas Stephenson Clintonville Ky Says 1 cured my chickens of cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure and speak too highly of it as an invalua ble remedy for fowls Sold and guar anteed by Mouut Elkin J B Haggins of Lexington has pur bchased from F W Hardin of Wauke saw Wis Whitehall Marshall tbe grand champion Shorthorn bull of America The price paid was 10000 The bull will head Haggins herd of Shorthorns at Elmendorf At Columbus Ind a mule which bad drawn a sutlers wagon during the Civil War and which had been worked on the farm ever since got out of his stable and ate so many shelled oats that he died from the effects D C Scott Avon Ky Says I used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy after se veral other remedies had failed and it speedily effected a cure ID has cured several herds in my neighborhood with out the loss of a single hog Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Farmers wishing to recover losses for sheep killed or crippled by dogs must have the sheep appraised and file their claim with the County Judge within twenty four hours after the sheep have been killed or crippled Remember this fact farmers for this is the law A L and B Edwards bought of James Donnellan fifty shoats 90 to 120 lbs at 5J cts and of John Howard Jr twenty 140lb shoats at 6 cents Scoberth Edwards bought seven teen 200 Ib hogs from Crutcher Bros at 6 cts also eleven head of 1000lb fat heifers and steers at 3 to 4 cts from A L B Edwards three 1100 Ib heifers at31 cents Versailles Sun Last spring as an experment Col Jack Cbinn planted 17 aeres in corn and cultivated it after the direction of the experts who conducted the the Farmers Institute here He bought the selected seed gave the ground the shallow culture and fol lowed instructions to the letter The result was beyond his anticipation His 17 acres averaged a yield of 21 barrels to the acre The usual yield after old macner of cultivation in this part of the county is from eight to nine barrels to the acre Harrods burg Herald Louisville Tobacco Market Total sales in this market last week were Common Colds arethe Causa of Many Serious Diaaasas Pbysicans who have gained a na tional reputation as analysts of the cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could be avoided a long list of dangerous ailments would never be beard or 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 ren dered more serious byeach fresh attack Do not risk year life or take chances when you have a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will cure it Where diseases develop This remedy contains no opium morphine or other harmful drug and has thirty years of reputation back of it gained by itt cures under every condition For sale by R McRoberte the re fable druggist at LamcatUr IB feed- Ing cannot I I before T r A Habit to be Encouraged The mother who has acquired tbe 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 prevent tbe attack This remedy contains nothing injurious and moth ers give it to little ones with a feeling of perfect security Sold by R E Mc Roberts tba reliable druggist at Lan caster 1m 4021 hbds againts 5491 hhds on cor responding week of last year Total receipts last week were 4072 hhds against 3950 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 380 hhds 9 per cent of the auction sales against 14 per cent the preceeding week Of the total sales 3334 hhds were Burley and 687 hhd dark tobacco The pressure from shippers to sell has forced the Tobacco Exchange to limit the daily sales to 1000 hogsheads with the privilege to the last house on the daily list to sell as many as possible before dark This enables each house to have a daily sale and thus far has limited the total sales to about 1050 hogsheads The market this week for Burleys has been well sustained and the common and medium grades have shown some strengthening tendency We cannot advance quotations but the general range of price has been a bid or two higher than last week at least buyers say they find it a little harder to buy than last week Colory types still high and Home Journal HARMONY Edmon Parker sold a horse last week for 105 J P Ballard has gone to Richmond on legal business James Wilson sold 4 hogs to Levi Sowder at 6 cts per lb D W Faulkner sold a fat hog to Bill Maning at 5 75 per hundred bought a bunch of heifers at Lancaster county court day at 3 cents per lb Mr T M Locker has returned home from Belle county where he has been for some time we were all glad to see uncle Tom back home again Miss Mary Lock aged 21 died on Jan 29 with consumption She was a good girl and her spirit has gone to that country where death can never come She was a daughter of John Lock and one of the very best men in our neighborhood The family has our deepest sympathy in their sad bereavement MT HEBRON Sunday School at this place is nicely Miss Hie Lunay spent lastweek with her sister Mrs Earl Grow Miss Jennie Montgomery spent last week with her cousin Miss Lou Mon tgomeryMr Mrs Karl gave a party last Wednesday evening in honor of their young friend Mr Frank Montgomeryof tbe guest of his Mrs Thomas MontgomeryMr Scott of Cincinnati is spending a few days with his Mrs E F Scott Mrs Alex Dean and son Irvin spent last week with her daughter Mrs Dil lard Brumfieldat Lexington Mr Samuel Duncan at a corn mtesioners sale the farm to the Duncan heirs for per I I Louisville scarceFarmers N L MJ11eford I Versailles- Is bo1 130 progressing sister grandmother d f belonging acre 1r Rising From the Grave A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from tbegrave My trouble is Brights disease ia 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 drug gist Price only 50c 1m STONE Mr Lige Simpson is very sick Mr Forest Curtis is very sick Mr G W Anderson is numbered with the sick Mrs Samuel Duncan visited at Stone last Tuesday Mrs R H Montgomery visited her mother Saturday Mr Joe Ray has gone tJ Lexington with his tobacco The little infant of Mr and Mrs Trave Hume is very sick been very ill is able to be out again Miss Beatrice Sanders is suffering very much with tonsilitis Mr George Ray spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Maud Curtis Bro Ewer of Lexington will preach at Scotts ForK the third Sunday Miss Lillian Mitchel is visiting her sister Mrs Normon Grow of Judson Mr and Mrs John Hicks were visitors of Mr and Mrs C S Sanders last week Mrs Nora Teater spent Thursday with her grandfather Mr G N Ander son Miss Iva Raney from near your city is the guest of her cousin Miss Lyda RaneyMr Mrs C S Sanders were the guests of Mr and Mrs Lewis Murphey SundayMr Hicks wife and children are visiting his parents Mr Joe Hicks and wife Mr L M Crutchfield was the guest of his father at Wilmore who was very sick last week Bro Gordon of Lexington delivered a very interesting sermon at Fork last Sunday Mr Otus Roberts of Little Hickman was the guest of Mrs Mary Sanders and family last week Mrs Alice Green and little daughter Flonie Mae of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs T H Green Mr and Mrs Wolf ord Raney of who attended tbe burial of her motner have returned home Mr and MrsTaylor Raney and family spent Sunday night with Mr Will West and family of Lancaster Mrs Alice Green of Lexington and Mrs Mary Clouse of Stone spent Satur day with Mrs Mary Dickerson at Buck eye The death angle visited the borne of Mr George Anderson and took from him his wife She was 82 years old She leaves a husband and three chil dren to mourn her loss She was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery 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 at ford relief bind on a piece of flannel slightlydampened with Pain Balm and quick relief Is almost to fol low or by B X McRobeits ble druggist at Lancaster Co Mrs Lem Teater who has Scott i 1 I Lam tile 1m j La- Grange sure sale Y 1w The Richmond Business College is graduating and placing in positions many Kentucky young men and women Itgives superior advantages and a square deal to students No doing students financially 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 Recommended Prof Lippard is receiving a noaaer of new studentsin tbe BJchaaond Busi ness College which SB doing a work Business men parents and students unite in recommending i t work as most thorough honest and a safe school foryoung people No tactiec No robbing students oj of their money Students can pay ia monthly payments Graduates placid into posisious tc rood humbug Gonn Brothers Carriages Hardware Farm Implements Machine Shop Engines and Boilers Repaired and For Sale Are You Aware In the course ofone year that the balance wheel of your watch makes 157680000 revolutions Think of It In time the oil gums produces friction and wears the delicate bearings destioying the high finish and perfect fit thus mining am accurate time piece An ordinary machine is oiled daily Your watch should be oiled once a year Let us examine it an honest opinion from ms will cost you nothing I have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie a expert Watchmaker and Engraver to me and we are the best equipped Watchmak ers in the State with all the modem instru meats and material to do list claw work MURRAY The Jeweler DMvi r 00000 5G tV 1 I 1m assist I HUGH Ky I t k 4 v z The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per Sonal supervision since its infancy JmtcJubi Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jiistasgood are but of Infants and Children Experience What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years STWCCT KCW YORK 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 Out in Oklahoma the last big land opening is soon to take place farms are still very cheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the Gulf Coaster Texas Let us give you full information about these sections You will want to see them after you have ex amined our illustrated literature Very low rates one way and round trip to Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays of each month i i Experiments that trifle with and the health Expcriment and Flatulency It assimilates tile Food regulates the 9 THE CEIITaUA 7T MURRAY j s Tl endanger against Fet erishness COMPANY ROCK Island System GEO H LEE Gen Pas Agt Little Rock Ark H I McGUIRE Dist Pass Agt Cincinnati O JN Coma tzarAsstGen Pas Agt Frisco MemphisTenn 9 Three more excursions to South Texas and the Southwest generally Write for information We have a number of buyers for farms of all sizes We have an unusual opportunity for small investment A farm of about 50 acres which owner is wiKiug to sell or rent for this year so as to net the purchaser 6 per cent per annum on his money and we can prove that it will do this from year to year or come as near it as any farm in the county If you want to sell list your property with us If you want to buy ask for our list Wallace Realty Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Ask J H KINNAIRD Insurance Man Florida and Cuba The Winter Playground Easily and 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 delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key West ofNassau N P at low rates Variable RouteTickets Agoing via Asheville and the Land of tile Sky returning direct or vice versa with privileges Florida Special In service again beginning January 7th Solid Train with latest Pullman Equipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without change Florida Limited now on daily Cheap Homeseekers Ticket on sale to Texas Oklahoma Indian Territory Arkansas Kansas and other points in the west southwest and southeast December i8th January ist and 15th February 5th and iQth and March 5th and igth For Illustration Literature rates and complete information address of the Southern Railway or F e a Tray Pass Agt Lexington Ky v C JO Hnngerford Dist Pass Agt Louisville Ky C Dem Jr Aaat Gea Pass Agt Mo I A and stopover anyageat 1 StLouis t tr 4r 7 Ir74 r- 4Wt BEUNA VISTA Toe Skinner has returned home from San Francisco has returned from a business trip TO 1 lino e Virgil Scott and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Jessamine Clarence Lane has returned to Douisville after visiting his mother Miss Maggie Askins spent a few days of last week relatives near Burg In Miss Bessie Bolton is the guest of Miss Margaret Deering at Nicholas yule Mr Albert Skinner and daughter Mary have returned to the farm near StanfordMrsSimon Johnson of Burgin spent a few days last week with the family of John Duncan Misses Addie Carter Amelia Hunter and Mattie Dean of Jessamine are guests of Mrs Virgil Scott Mrs I Hamilton and daughter Cur delia have returned to Lancaster after visiting Mrs hulls Spoouamore The tenant house of W P Ruble was destroyed by fire Thursday morning It was occupied by aunt Alma an old industrious colord wo manThe sacrament was administered to a number of communicants ab Olivet Sunday morning Among the number several who recently united witn the church The following sales were made last week J B Ruble one pair mules at 350 C J Ruble two horses 82GO A D Scott one pair mules 380 Mr Den worth of ISicholasville purchaser Miss Joe Helen Maret is visiting in V C Rose attended court at Rich moud Monday Mr B F Patton was in Lexington the first of the week Mr R H Pettus of Somerset has been here on business Jell Dunn will attend the horse sales at Lexington next week Mrs Josephine Boner has been on the sick list for several days George Patton has gone to Harri man Tenu to attend school Miss Eliza Ison is visiting her sister Mrs A J Christopher at Somerset Mrs Will Dickson and Mrs J W Bry ant were in Danville shopping Sunday Miss Nell Long of Danville was the attractive guest of Miss Maud Martin last week Miss Annie Higginbotham has re turned home after a very in Lexington Miss Francis Tomlinson has returned home after an extended visit to rela tives in Middlesboro Mr Hiatt of Illinois after spending I several weeks with Mrs Sam is now in Mt Vernon visiting relatives Mr and Mrs W L Glass moved to Hanly last week much to the regret of their many friends here J C Williams has moved into the house formerly occupied by Mr Glass Robinson and Burnside have sold their stock of Merchandise to MrDud ley Lawson also bought the store room from Pettus Bros and will have an up to date dry goofs storeMiss Anna Lee Woolfork of Lexing ton has returned home after a visit to relatives here She was accompained by her cousin Miss May me Ballard who went over to see the Lion and the MouseNever has the community been so shocked and grieved as at the death of Mrs Eugene Berkele which occured on last Tuesday night at eleven oclock While she complained for several days she had never given up her duties and it was a great blow indeed to the family when the physician announced that death would result in a few hours We cannot understand why such a beautiful useful and noble life should be so suddenly called away when it seemed that she was most needed yet we acknowledge the Infinite wisdom of our Heavenly Father and someday sometime well understaud May the richest blessing of Heaven rest upon the bereaved family and may be who doeth all things will com fort with his tender love the broken hearts Great Tobacco Sales at Shelburnes Warehouse Lexington Ky Shelburnes Warehouse sold 30000 pounds of tobacco today ao prices from 5Jc to 17c The crop bf Messrs Ed Million and Baxter White hall Ky sold as fof lows 200 Ibs at 17 00 390 Ibs at 81575 230 lbs 460 Ibs at 1425 210 Ihs at 70 Ibs at 1350 340 Ibs at 11 75 570 lbs at lbs at 1025 average for 2620 Ibs 13 50 The entire sale with the exception of some wet damaged tobacco went at high prices says that the is strong on this market and that the prices being obtained speak for themselves and advises the farmers to bring on their tobacco as soon as they can get it ready as he sees no reason to expect any better price for tobacco in soft order Planters should take into consideration the fact that tae cost of re drying tobacco in with the loss in weigft amounts to about 250 per hundred Silas Sbelbnrne Both Phones 1518 Sii1man I M t uu ANTS ILLE XichulasviUe pleasant stay Haseld n Mr Lawson at 1450 14 25 1125150 Mr Shelburne SoD ro I I lames Jennings ranging competition connection i Y JABeazleyUndertaker Irteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill Combination sale of to be held at Danville Ky February 19 and 20 F REID CO will sell 125 select business hor ses consisting of Saddle Harness Coach and- a number five of teams 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 Notice of Dissolution The firm of Becker it Glass dome business at Biyautsvillc has this day by metal con sent been dissolved W L Glass retiring All parties indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once C C Becker 11SK W L Glass High Grade Coal Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Sat isfaction Guaranteed Office near L N Depot By a promient monthly magazine with large circulation local representative to look after renewals and increase subscription list in Lan caster and vicinity on a salary basis with a continuing interest front year to year in the Ex perience desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box Station 0 New York WHAT IS CATARRH Leading Druggists Guarantee a Cure by Hyoinei or Will Refund the MoneyUntil very recent years it was thought that catarrh was a disease of the blood but now modern science has proved that catarrh is a germ and can be cured only by a treatment that will kill the germ and heal the mucous membrane of the nose and throat Therefore when you have catarrh you can readily see that if you want to cure it you should use Hyoinei which medicates the air you breathe thus killing the catarrhal germs and healing the smarting and raw mem brane of the passages through the nose and throat In breathing Hyo mei you are really treating your ca tarrhal troubles with the only method for it will make the air you breathe as pure healing and as that found on the moun tains where the pine forests give off their fragrant and healing balsams If there is any doubt in your mind as to the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh the unusual way in which it is sold should destroy all doubt as we offer to refund the money should Hyomei fail to benefit The complete Hyomei outfit con sisting of an inhaler a bottle of Hy omei and a medicine dropper costs only 1 while extra bottles can be obtained for 50 rents KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery Price I Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK I I j High Class Horses AU TIN BEAZLEY Wanted high class businesscreated fin t disease natural antiseptic WITH FOR OUGHS and 50c OLDS t ONSUMPTION 5100 TROUBLES MONEY CAN BE MADE EASILY Experience in the work not neces sary Immediate results may be obtained Read the foilovirg The publishers of fieri br ers Magti zine want intelligent representatives all over the country particularly in communities where there is no book seller or newsdealer To those who will earnestly Seek new subscribers to Scribners Magazine a liberal cash commission Is offered together with pracMcal co operation that will produce gratifying results to those who intelligently undertake the agreeable work of seeking new readers for the Magazine For further par ticulars regarding terms and conch tions etc address at once Circula tion Manager Scribners Magazine 153 157 Filth Avenue New York City The Markets v LODISVILIK KY Feb 7 IP H CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 1 75 5 25 Medium to good shipping steers 1 MX 75 Choice butcher steers 4 Medium to good butchers 3 50 4 a Common to medium butchers S Oft 3 0 UnCommonGood to extra stock steers so i 7j Coiiuaou to medium stuck steers iH food to choice Jock heifers ij V 57 Common to medium stock heifers 2 0i 2 50 Medium to good bulls 3 00 S 10 Choice veal calves 05XtJ70 Common to S 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers to 300 Ibs C 05 Medium packers 160 lbs t C5 Choice light ship 11M to ItiO Ibs G C5 Choice pigs SO to 120 ibs C 5o Good pigs 50toCllbg G 25 Koughs U 10 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 00 I 50 Fair to good S oi 3 5o OuBucksExtra shipping lambs 7 50 Best butcher lambs GOO Common 50S 5 CO MoIl Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the and others Kow 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 LANCASTER KY CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Four Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity Will be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simple rules 1 Keep the bowels open every day 2 Chew your food slowly and thoroughly 3 Avoid indigestible foods 4 If there are any symptoms of stomach trouble take Miona before each meal until matter how many years you may have suffered with stomach or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes head aches backaches weakness and de bility indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use ol Miona Take one of the little tablets each meal with the fixed deter mination to get the most benefit out of it Miona Is not a fanciful experi ment it is not a patent medicine it is a cure all It is a scientific remedy recommended but for one of the digestive organs It is a permanent sold under a guarantee that it costs nothing unless it does all that is s claimed for it Miona costs but 50c When Miona has been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all the food eaten is converted into so that nourishment and health are given to the whole system and there is a rapid increase in weight strength and spirits I I Y9 J s 7 OO tow CHI 1Qllj 2 J I NrJ Van Logan Agent d 7 curedNo before not troubleweakness nutrition I certainly i 4 7 3 O s medium calves icO to4OU tbs tail cudlambs ii LAUDRVla Simpler troubles cure ands l FOR SALE 200 SLUE write for list or call on J W Elmore HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY T 000000000 J I II I P EaallSS CLrrey C wawaooowaawaocoVaaoaaa G1 ASS Rue 04i000MiiooooOO NOCCUavaorowioww MOo i By virtue of tax warrants issued ftrm the clerks i iliw of the Garrar County Court anti pUif d in my bands for eoi lection for tht ui pnU1 faxes due tom ty and slafe by the f lowing cretin lent tax payers iif Garrard Couutj Ky fur the year Iftttl I or one of y deputies will n MONDAY FEBRUARY 25th 1907 at one oclock v 31 oTr for sale the Court House door In the city of Lancaster Ky the following real estate in Garrard County Ky of stid delinquents fur the unpaid tuxes or so much thereof as may 5 e necessary to pay the taxes of said de linpuents for the year 11XM ineiuriicg interest coskaid and the amount to be paid by each Is set forth opposite their resneeUvf names viz DISTINCT Ko 1 Lancaster WHITE Boman Hot S 2 Cunningham Mary Hot 13 DISTRICT ISTo 1 Lancaster COLORK- DBurdett Bob 7 acres laud 6 80 Cooper Geo 1 town lot S 70 Miller Alex 1 town lot 7 90 Rothwell drop 1 acre land 4 85 Wearren Jessie 1 town lot 620 DISTRICT Xo 2 BryantsviiJe Warn Dunn Tlieo 3 acres land 3 4O Lane C W 12 acres land 5 8t Rice Joe 300 acre land 55 00 Stewart Frank 30 acres land 7 35 DISTRICT No 2 BrjaatsviileC- OLOKED Davis John 1 lot Davistown 4 65- Tarrence Prank 1 acre laud 5 2tt DISTRICT No 3 Buckeye WHITE Last Bros 23 acres land 20 SO Potts Bros 12 acres land J 65 DISTRICT No 4 Paint Lick WHITE Bird Mat 100 acres land 6 20 Bird Green 4 acres land 4 Beasly Gen 30 acres land 10 75 Dillon V R lG acres lazed 3 4O Ram mack A J 22 acres land 7 40 Halcomb Elizabeth Heirs 40 acres laud 7 4 Jennings C II 23 land S 50 Kincaid W P 18 acres land 10 85 Kinnaird Cash 4 acres land 555 Lear Joe tJ acres land 485- Ledford D B 30 acres land 7 McCullium Heirs 47 acres land 3 K Mason Bros 2ftO acres land 7 U5- S urrell A J 5 acres laud i 20 Payne Martha S acres land 310 Pointer Squire Jr 2 acres land 4 40 Scarbrough Dave 25 acres land 4 30 Tankersley Heirs 12 acres land 3 10 Wilburn Jennie 21 acres land 3 1 DISTRICT No 4 Paint Lick COLORED Anderson Geo IS acres land 05 Faulkner Ab 10 acres land 740 Gillispie Bat 27 acres land 5 10 Hickman Logan 4 acres land 4 B Kennedy Ed 2 acres land 5 J5 Lacky Grand Heirs 1 acre land 4 00 Mitchel Magi acre land 2 85 Meritt Henry Heirs S acres land 3 95 Given under my hand as Sheriff of Garrard County This Jany 24 1U07 C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard County Ky Farms for Sale FARM NO i 120 acres located cuehalf mile east of Morris Riplcy county Ind free level good drainage Buildings one lTroo brick house slate roof interior fresco and good cellar under whole house 1 smoke house i large barns 1 srainery ami work shop All fenced in cad Plenty of water We will sell this farm for less than the build dugs are worth FARM NO 2 250 acre farm located onehalf mile west o Cedar Grove Franklin county Ind along good free pike o acres bottom ronud UO good upland suitable for tobacco am general farming balance iu timber Buildings oneroom frame honsel large barn 1 large granary and tool house Creek runs through ceuterof farm All fenced and a yonug Price 3000 per acre We timber FARM NO 3 9 H acre farm located miles north of Me tainoro Franklin county Ind acres in good bottom laud balance rolling black limn stone soil This is considered to be as good tobacco laud as any in theState of Kentucky W0 acres is now down in blue gross pasture 2 i acres in timber and M acres in uncleaued land having cut off timber in the past ten mouths Three good frame dwelling houses 1 large barn S6xlO ft and 3 small burns Will sell this term for i50 per acre AVe reserve the standing timber and will iurnish lumber for tobrcco barn This farm will ideal farm all being in wire fence and well watered We now have SS Black Poll Cattle on this farm We have samples of tobacco raised on this farm lust year We own these farms having bought them for the timber The titles are perfect and can immediate possession of any of the above Our terms are cash balance on time to suit purchaserCall us Tie EflleM Coipy Batesville Indiana i The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose whatever we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice John W Hill R L Burton Mrs Gill Sutton B L Kelley W MVATS Jro A Qrrr ll C Arnold J Svcceaey j I 1 D I J v tf DI- r UD H tFOR 1I XI 1JJJ cl t I I i penal tty comm sj L E 3 1 I u u u 8 u j u u pike nil painter acres f give W P D W tit before aforesaid Mrs acres 4 t G along good brie orchardS tit Iilllke Lit fauns out fourth warming oas k t t t t There is no case on record of a cold resulting Pneumonia or other serious trouble outlet Honey aadi Tar had been taken It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs Foieys and Tar has ma y eases o incipient Consumption and enD the stages will give comfort relief to Asthma sufferers as it relieves the diincult breath Remember the name and Tar substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine trot tafee chances with some unknown preparationContains no opiates Gsred of TtrriMa Csogieslusgs N Jackson of Danville writes iy darrgbter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cougk on her rccgs a great many without relief Sae tied Fofeys Hooey and Tarwh ich cured her She kas never been troubled with a cough since Foley Co Dana Ind Gentlemen Fohys Honey aryl Tar cured me of Coi iuraptioa after I had suffered fvo years and was almost des perate Three failed to give me say relief and the List one ssM eonld do me ao fr xJ I tried almost beceat until Foleys Honey ami Tar recommended to me Its proved steadily frog the Ssst dbso tad am tow sound well and tWnk Pofcsys Honey sad Tar is a Godsend to people with 1 hrcat and 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