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THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 li 07 y o YEAR 1 r r L A asrzNrmu D8litl1 Just Received Oar Load of Stoves The only Car Load of Stoves ever brought to Garrard county By buying a car load we save money Now if you want a stove we can save you money We have any priced stove you want and will sell them at prices you cant beat aay where Ask your neighbor about her ELECTRICThe most popular stove ever sold in the county Every one guaran teed Come in and see us Get our prices on SEED HASELDEN BROS Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Theyre ROLLING IN Handsomest line of Summer shown here this season THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated RANGE I IV nn- I I Springand Dry Goods lobe e i i l H i H WBencI JJea D Herndon IIIBNIIK IIEINIINA- ttenaeyll At JAw vI Yeatack- yoseevr ertev drug acre 1 J iiuiussnuissssuuissusuisssJA43edZ1e Y Undertaker L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt oace over Police Coart room Prompt attention to bnslne R I I Law FILL UK F CASKETS AXU BURIAL KM S ALWAYS IN STOCK I IIIIJJ 111111111111 J IIIIIIIJlllliIlJl1 11111111111111 t t i 1 R 4eF Next Monday is county court day A big crowd is looked for The chain gain continues to spread rock on the streets It will take to get all the mud holes tilled Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The usual preparatory service will be held Friday night Lewis Herndon has fitted up a beau tiful store room at the old Thompson stand on Danville street The music of the grapbophnes always has a crowdJoe Burnside is his assistant Preaching at Fairview There will be preaching at Fairview church next Sunday We are request ed to ask all members to be present as this will be the last Sunday for preaching by tie regular pastor Anti Saloon League The Anti Saloon League of Garrard county will meet in Lancaster April 7th Two noted speakers will be here and deliver addresses at the different churches and on following days will spear at several points in the county Due notice of the time and places will b2 printed in The Record Some Hustlers Here The move to get a hotel is not dead by any means Lancaster has a few business men who have the means and also the brains to see that a gjod upto date hotel will enhance the value of their property and they are goinjj to that a hotel is biult They are nut the kind of men who sit on their and expect some other fellow to do sow thing to benefit them We are satisfied there will he sum thing doing ere long More Honors for Bob His legion of friends will be delight ed to know that Mr II E Hughes of Louisville has had more honors heap ed upon him in the appointment as secretary of the State Fair to be held in Louisville The position pays a salary of 2500 and Mr Hughes re ceived the unanimous vote of the board Bob is one of the most widely known and popular young men in the Falls City and we rejoice in his great Death of Mr Perry King The many Garrard county friends of Mr Perry King will regret to learn of his death which occured at Crab Orchard Friday night Mr King had been in the best of health until the Saturday preceeding his death when he contracted pneumonia He was not considered in great danger until a day or so before his death when he grew rapidly worse Mr King was a man of honor and a true friend He was re spected by all who knew him and his death is a great shock to his legion of friends I A Good Attraction The PlougheShepherd Co which appeared in this city last week proved to be one of the most novel and in teresting artractions our people have witnessed for some time The house was packed to the doors anAeverybody went home delighted with the even ings entertainment The moving pictures are always attractive but views of the city and of public and prominent people delight the audience more than anything ever attempted in our little city The company is of clever people with whom it is a pleasure to have business dealings A Littie Advice If some of the fathers and mothers in Lancaster who devote so much time tailing and gossipping about the short comings of other people had witness ed the conduct of their sons at the courthouse Thursday evening they doubless would quit talking about other people long enough to try and teach their children good manners They would at least try to make their children show up a little better than heathens The whistling catcalling talking laughing and stamping of feet was absolutely disgusting The children are not to be fault lies with the parents and as stated above if the latter would quit wagging their gossipping tongues and let in to wielding a barrel stave their children will not disturb an audience of people or show up to such a disad vantage Papers Indicted The grand jury of Marlon county returned indictments Lebanon against the Louisville Evening Post Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Times and the Louisville Herald for printing and circulating in Marion county the offensive and indecent proceedings of of the Thaw trial The provisions of the Kentucky States on which the are based are contained in Sections 1355 Summarized the sections provide It shall be for any person to sell or offer for sale any paper book or the chief feature of which is to record of commission of crimes the pictures of criminals or desperadoes orcut or illus trations ofmen and women in improper dress Itshall be unlawful fgr any per son or corporation to sell or circulate any obscene lewd disgusting filthy or sndecentbookor newspaper or to print advertisements stating where anything lewd disgusting obscene or filttnycan be purchased It shall be unlawful to printer sell any book or newspaper principally made up of oiimloal news police repots or accounts of criminal deeds It Is provided that this actshall not apply in any way to scientific or medical works pants success I composed blamedthe a t indictment 1351 and p rlodical sometime unlawful EXCITING EXPERIENCE Large Snake Discovered in Cupalo of Court House Stops Cty Clock and Attacks Jeweler in Charge A very unusual and at the same j time exciting occurence took place in Lancaster Tuesday in which Mr E W Morrow the popular and clever jewel er had a harrowing experience Mr Morrow has charge of the town clock and every Tuesday climbs almost to the top of the high steeple on the court house to wind and look after the clock On the morning mentioned the clock stopped just at nine in the strokes on the bell began to slack en in cadence to such an extent that many people noticed it Mr Morrow ascended the tower and as the was cold closed the trap door on that floor behind him Immagine his surprise and horror when he beheld p huge black snake wiggling and striv tog to free itself from some of the many wheels of the intricate ma chanism of the clock It had crawled over the machinery and two of the wheels had caught the tail of the rep tile holding it fast and stopping the clock Inadvertently Mr Morrow grasped the rods which operate the hands to one of the clock faces his terror causing him to give them a powerful wrench which moved the clock works backward and releas ed the snakes tail from the wheels The reptile rolled quickly to the floor and made after Mr Morrow As the space in that portion of the steeple is only about fifteen feet in diameter the race around the clock works was a very exciting one In a few moments the reptile stopped and threw itself into a coil preparatory to springing at Mr Morrow There are several small windows in this section of the steeple and the clever jeweler quickly un fastened one of these and stepped to the cornice or offset directly there underOnce on the outside he soon attract ed the attention of people on the street some one hundred feet below and Dave Ross Garrard countys clev er jailor was soon on his way up the winding stairs to assist Mr Morrow knowing something was radically wrong up there When Dave stuck his bald and perspiring head through the trap door he saw the snake coiled and watching the window by which Mr Morrow escaped and readily took ill the situation Drawing a 38calibre revolver from his pocket he quickly tIred the five bullets into the reptiles body Two bullets struck the snakes head and it was soon wiggling about in death Ross assisted Morrow from his perilous position and they held oneanothers hands in joy at the nar row escape It is said by those who understand snakes and their habits always look for just such winter quarters as the steeple offered Mr Morrow says he has frequently noticed feathers in the cupalO and the supposition is the snake had been liv ing on English sparrows as many of these pests inhabit the building The snake was brought down and Dr T J Hood the dentist is preparing the skin to be stuffed It is a very large one in fact one of the longest black snakes seen in this section for many years Some people believe the snake had lived in the building for years thriving on birds mice etc Exchange The Christian Endeavor of the Christian Church will have an m the post office Saturday af ternoon Feb 23 Your patronage is solicited and will be appreciated Courtesy In Business Courtesyis a tremendous factor in the successful conduct of any bust ness enterprise said a Lancaster merchant to the Record man the other day This fact stares at us in the everyday affairs of life We see the man who walks a block out of his way to buy a cigar from the dealer who meets him with a smile and a word of cheer In tackling a Saturday after noon or court day rush I am willing to wait a few minutes in order that I may be served by the young fellow who is polite and courteous and takes an in terest in his work instead of by the gruff sonofagun who thinks he is much too good for his job In this con nection I am reminded of the old miser who died in Illinois a few years ago and left a good portion of his to the railroad conductor on whose train he rode every morning and who was always courteous and considerateBusiness men tell us it is worth a vast amount to them to have cour teous employees An abrupt reply over the telephone frequently drives away a man who has been a lifelong custom or An air of indifference at the counter sometimes causes a would be patron to leave an establishment and carry his business amounting to hundreds of dollars to a competitor It costs nothing to be and sometimes we think lItany could learn a valuable lesson in and politeness from many negro waiters whose aim of course is to merit a tip bqt whose courtesy is real ly worthy of emulation Fishermen and beginning to get restless The trains are about back on time now YOU MUST Call and settle your 1906 School tax Please do this and save other expense 1 W Harris Tres weather entire that they courtesy schedule I fact exchange fortune people Six more colored men left Monday morning to work in the rail road yards at Covington The question of get ting help on farms becomes mere every day all caused by the exodus of the colored man to the cities and states across the river Should Be ReElected We understand friends are urging Hon Jesse M Alverson of Stanford to make the race for reelection as Repre sentative of Lincoln county If he to make the race he should be reelected without opposition for Jesse proved to his constituents that he was a man who would work for their inter ests and not be a mere figurehead He introduced and passed the Alver son vagrant law also the law for the payment of teachers during institute week and a number of other laws which are of benefit to the people He was a member of the important Rev enue and Taxation Committee which shows the bight estimation in which he was held be the speaker and party leaders If all members of the General serious decides Assembly would work with the energy this deserving young man does the people would soon look upon the of the Legislature as a blessing instead of a farce and waste of time and money Mr Alverson is one of the most popular men in Lincoln county as will be seen by the fact that he is the only Democrat who ever carried every precinct in his county and was renominated without The last time he ran he his Republican opponent by 500 majority the largest ever recorded In that county in a state race Select your garden seed Singin Skule Beginment Court House Mch 9th Auspices Ladies Aid Society meeting opposition defeated 1 Get our prices on this Wagon Call and inspect our line of BuggiesRoad CartsEtc We use the best Rubber Tire on the market Reduced prices on Harness for 30 days Gonn Bros II Ii Your 1ccount is k last Due I Rlease call dnd Settler I Bit 1t hOGAN J 9 Jr 0 1 b s y I SMITH HERRING These two iboys will open about March 10th a full stock of SHOES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in the to the Citizens National Bank occupied by S A Walker The room is being fitted up for Model Gents Furnishing Store W Smith Fisher Herring f ttlm mi E f ffiJlEirgltIr raJrn iib fcJmJ JmCIfmrnJ rm mra S1fr mmJ rrl r ifmrru I g 1 I i i formerly i r- aJas i Ig iiill iiM Iii lifi tJIJJfifIj IJi J Ii t3 fjj gJIJi frI rn iiiM ii iii1J IJjIillIi I jIJfE miliSiIi iim 8 S m J IiJ m itJIifilf 1 y- i vv sNEW STORE i roomF next o dr 1 I Clover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass ern seed oats just received COAL best grades at the Ilowest prices FEED I Corn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed We are in the market at all times for Corn and Hay BANKS HUDSON niAIWUWUwa lWurArUI I E L W C Fish Vice W G Kemper Cashier II PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick II I aCaIrecl- eaned and clipped north The reed k Woods Prest Pn t INCORPORATED We offer you fair with every that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I I I accommodation CAPITAL 1600000 S17J2PJI7S 800000 DIRECTORS WOODS W C FISH R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS I I COY f R G i J B I i GUT N Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Sirplas 10000 A R DEXXY Presidemt J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny WE WILL Keep Your Monej Safe le Solicit Yonr Business We are agents for the Winchester Steam Laimdiy which is doing the nicest work ever brought to Lancaster and we especially ask the country people to bring us their Laundry and Arthur Joseph will call for it in town if you will let us know that you have it We guarantee satisfac tion and replace everything that is lost Two shipment a week Hemphill WestNe- xtdoor to Davidsons Grocery LaUD ry LaundryLaundry 0 t t 4 CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr loW Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt as SecondClass Mail JfaH r Lancaster Ky February 22 1906 While The Record is a perfectly inde pendent newspaper in politics yet its editor keeps pretty well posted on poli tical matters especially here in Ken tucky We have been very much in terested lately in the efforts being made by the Republicans to select a candidate for Govenor and believe they are all at sea in the matter We believe the Republicans have a better chance to win now than when Gov Bradley was elected provided the right man is named However it looks as though the leaders of the party will fall they usually some figurehead be given the nomination That they will have a fighting chance if a good rnau is nominated no one familiar with state polititics will dis pute This being an independent news paper we have no say coming in the matter but would love to see the banner placed in the hands of a good man We have one man to mention and will deaden off the political fence just long enough to do so He is a man whose character is as spotless as the snow whose honesty cannot be ques tioned whose integrity is unbounded and who if elected will give the peo ple of Kentucky an administration of which every citizen irrespective of party will be proud He is a man who would not accept the nomination un less handed to him and we doubt if he would accept it then being a man who believes in the oldtime honest theory that the otlice should seek the man We refer to the Honorable James W Carperton of Richmond We know he will take us to task for mentioning his name in this but as an independent voter and an independent thinker we must say that it is time for the good people those not tied hide and soul to some party to take up the matter of who shall fill the offices and insist the very best of our citizens allowing their names to be placed on the tickets of the two leading parties Dr Wiley government chemist is quoted as saying that every normal man should eat 1 of his weight in dry food each day If he eats less he will lose weight says the doctor if he eats more he will gain and necessarily grow more bulkly Pure theory Everybody knows lean men who are perennial gormandizers yet who remain lean and it is a matter of observation that many stout persons eat but little Probably the doctor would refuse to believe the story of the little pig that consumed a bucketful of dough after which he was put into the bucket and only filled it half full A negro woman at Frankfort was shot in the head with a 38calibre re revolver and the bullet flattened on her skull without even knocking her down or rendering her unconscious Thats rather remarkable but we know some white men whose heads are so hard that the same shot would not have as much as attracted their attention The grand jury at Lebanon indicted several newspapers for printing of the Thaw case While it is true the case is a dirty one yet that grand jury should remember that the newspapers print what the people want to read If the public did not demand it such stuff would not be printed A Kentucky editor who has just had a telephone installed in bis house com plains that it is a nuisance because his friends are constantly calling him up I and he has no peace and quiet He outas doand we II I I on- t percent I I connection common r details a ought to reflect that if it were not for the telephone every fellow would come and see him and stay an hour A college prufesser he must be from Chicago is out with a theory discredit iog the nebular hypothesis idea of the earths creation In this day of graft it is more important to know what this world is coming to rather than what it came from Mary Shaw has been telling the Actors Church Alliance that the must needy and practical service which can perform is to furnish clothes for actresses If Missbhaw means clothes for street wear we will not take exceptions For bright crisp short snappy editorais give us the Louisville Even ing Times It is also on hand with the goods when it come to serving the news The Times is a great favorite in Kentucky and very justly so It was Bacon who said that if a man be gracious and courteous to strangers it shows he is a citizen of the world and that his heart is no is land cut off from all other lands but a continent that joins to them Four men were hung in Kentucky last Friday This rate could be kept up for many months and there would be no nuticable decrease in the supply of timber needing to feel the halter draw A wellknown specialist on stomach diseases says that a minutes mastica tion should be allowed for every mouthful of food This rule would j give the average business man just five mouthfuls of food for his noonday- I lunch Wyoming has a girl bandit who is a success says a press telegram There are many girl bandits right here in Kentucky who are a complete success about Chrismas and other giftgiving seasons A correspondent says that a woman shoule learn to cook as a preparation for becoming a wife Very true And occasionally it would also be well to learn how to take in washing Two St Luis women have been fined 10 each for criticising another wo mans hat No city need be pressed for revenues if a decision like that will stand the test of the courts With six and a half billion of dollars to their credit the American farmers probably realize the meat combine didnt get all the money in the country last year after all A Youngstown Ohio woman left her husband two months after the wed ding because he talked in his sleep Some women seem determined never to give a man a chance During the courtship the piano plays an important part in the proceeding after the marriage the piano is sup planted by the kitchen cookstove in importance When a woman says unpleasant things to a man she always ends by confessing that what she told him was for his own gcod No Maudie dear there is no such book as Reveries of a Married Man they never have time for reveries A Mistake Last week we published an item to the effect that farmers having sheep killed by dogs must file their claims with the County Judge twenty four hours after the sheep have been crippled or killed On investigation we have found this to be a mistake and are informed that claims must be filed with the Justice of the Peace of the District within that time and the sheep must be appraised The matter can then be taken up with the Fiscal Court at the claimants leisure Every young person possible should enter the Richmond Bnsiness College at once has calls for more graduates then he can fur nish tf it I I I I I I I I 1 Prof Lippard C within Up Against It An Indiana woman has sued her husband for a divorce because in a game of poker he insisted in betting against four queens with an ace full The poor man seems to be absolutely without Register Certainly Pays A groceryman happened around the depot Tuesday when a farmer was load ing several boxes filled with goods which he had ordered from the Chicago department stores The groceryman asked the farmer the price of his art icles purchased and then told him he could sell them just as cheap The farmer then said Is that so I take the home paper but you selkom or never advertise and if you do never quote prices on what you have The Chicago papers advertise I am not a mind reader Richmond Register Editor Record Believing that Sup erior intelligence should receive prop er mention I beg to note the fact that Miss Mary Clay Jennings age 10 years daughter of lawver W I Williams deserves much credit for her in school as well as her know ledge of human nature Her teocher gave the name of her father Mr Williams requesting her to write a sentence containing that name She promptly handed in the following Mr Williams my father is a lyer The omission of two letters resulted from her love for the truth She cer tainly knows her father Observer Kentucky at Jamestown By the middle of this month that all logs and timber to be used in the construction of the Fort of Boonesboro Kentuckys State at the Jamestown Exposition will have been shipped The building will be completed in ample time for the opening of the Exposition on April 26th Shipments of logs ate being madefrom all points in the State The fort will be patterned after the original struc ture erected by Daniel Boone within present bounosof Madison county It will be 150 feet long and 75 feet wide facing on the beach of Hampton Roads The main entrance to the stockade will be but a few paces from the ocean waters Japs For Boyle The Danville Herald says that a prominent citizen states that a quiet movement is on foot to solve the labor problem in Boyle county In recent years the labor question among farmers has become more and more alarming until now it is exceedingly difficult to conduct a farm with any degree of satisfaction and profit uptodate communities have been importing Japanese labor and find it entirely satisfactory A movement is now on foot to from the Father land 1000 head of to Boyle county and colonize them in the knobs between Parksvllle and Junction City They are said to be economical livers and willing workers The Japanese laborer is also faithful and if the colony is brought here farming will receive an impetus in the community and the value of land be enhanced The same character of labor it is un derstood will be secured to operate the various barytes mines which have been discovered in the county Loook Here House for rent Romans tf Your account is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros See me about your seed potatoes they are going up W H Ward 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 Hudson Gold fish and globes at low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st save money on wire fence tf I defenseRichmond I I A Card her itis expected BUild- ing Other W W J Boman 0 advancement Japanese J trI Bring me your eggs W H Ward A full stock of coal on hand at all times best grades at lowest prices it Banks Please call and settle your account as it is due and we must have the money ITiseIden Bros Get my prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans tf See Hudson for prices on recleaned Northern seed oats Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson For Saie For sale Tobacco press Good as new Walton Moss If you want to rent a house see W J Romans n For Sale 150 white Leghorn hens and pullets These are pure bred and the best lay strains Phone 184H Walton Moss Money to Loan S3GOO to loan at six per cent on first J t I t Apply Hudson 3t log Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and long stem r OIl 1 I I I J J 1 9 Loeooooooooaioobo The firm of C D Powell Co Has this day been dissolved H retiring from the firm This Feb 1D07 C D Powell Gto For Sale Full blooded white Embden Geeseaad white PJymouthrock chickens for sate Eggs season Mrs J G Burnside tf Point Lea veil Ky For Safe 1 Jersey cow old wilike fresh in two weeks Alst two good Duroc hours weight about 100 lbs tf R T Embry at Natal Banlt Look Here Merchants who carry Clover in stock will necessarily have sane destroyed and left on hand and are bound to make a profit to wrer come this loss i do riot carry thetas stuck and can order them and haws them in the house mi days native Give me your order 1 can save y a money W II Ward Has It Occurred To You that it is really nut coal but heat tbctfe you are luying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter all sixteen ounces tt the pound Our Banne Coal is all heat It burnsall up It is clean hot and makes an regulated dependable tire Ask for Banner Coalnubody else cartsugp uly it J A Jones S14tr C b ill seed I ie I weigh n Hamit Ado years I big early LANCASTER I i t l JOHN CHRISTMAS Proprietor Phone 157 j I 1 j oUSSooeooo Roses Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These Roses arc COOoooo OQ UO 0 QO no OJ t f to non ooooooo second cooooovoooooo GREENHOUSE Richmond Street iI Lancaster d g Kentucky nniiiii HYACINTHS la Pots 10 cents each ALL COLORS Come and See ru I I I Looee sooeeeee Funeral Flowers Floral Designinga Bedding Plants in Season i t I BULBS f t oooooooooooeOC ooeooeooooo0oooooenoc- G ar P b- ooeooea r III III Get my II I III prices I I I I I III I I Fencet Before You Buy i J ROMANS w v ill I one Ii- iII Wire hr c J ll More than a Million Famalies are deriving Pleasure from the Why not your family Styles 1O to Pianos Thompsons store room Lancaster Kentucky I t 4 i mt 1117 I I i EDISON GRJIPHOPHON J I 150 I II JewelryI f Organs Sewing Machines IL E z is Be E I C II1iIT I Cx9cWatchesC i w L 1 SYRACUSE rWJ fTfir 10YJfj0Y Y 81 v II OLIVERVULCAN lW t I rr II Og H W o D L DrowSt- p r1 M The best on earth and we sell them V7e have an exceptional value to offer our custom ers 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 rive out free with each i pound purchase of BORAX at 2oc When these are gone we cannot secure more at any price Come at once and take advantage of this special offer as you will need the Borax in the curing your meet PRISBIES DRUG STORE Are You Aware In the course of one 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 ruining an 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 us will cost you nothing TV A expert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we are the best equipped in the State with all the modern instru ments and material to do first class work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville KY I e CL e YZ 0fJ0y fiJ0Yf jJ3Y 1liGJf3X I Iin 1 I I II I I I 1 R rfflifJ 0 l010 T1J1 jllllI2rfllfl I I I II I I I have employed l Louis McKenzie an I 5 I t lIP Jr d tat I MOUNT ELKINI- f r41 orc1 1x 1 t i t i oft t 0rep Q e 8 I j T Watchmakers s 3 Personal Miss Ethel Dunn is with relatives in Bryantsville Mr W 0 Rigney is in Cincinnati to day on business Miss Margaret Mount is ville visiting friends Mr Branham Beazley is on a busi ness trip to the West Miss Maud Forbes of Brodhead has been with friends here Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford is visit ing her parents in this city Mrs Alex Walker has returned from a visit to relatives in Buckeye Mrs C M Richardson of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Mrs Ethel West is visiting friends in 2ucnolasville and Lexington Mr and Mrs W R Gott were visitors in Richmond Saturday and Sunday Mr James Doores of Point spent several days here with friends of Stanford is visiting Mrs James Dunn Richmond avenue Mr Louis Burnside of Louisville was with home folks Sunday and Mon day Mrs Horace Herndon was at home Thursday afternoon to the Embroidery ClubMiss Rebecca Williams of Knoxville Tenn has been visiting her parents hereMr Joseph Beaumont of Illinois is visiting his sister Mrs R L Under woodMrs Thomas Wherritt is visiting her son Claude Wherritt in New OrleansMr Rice of Danville was the guest of Mr Grimes and family last week Miss Sophronia Fox is at home frcm Virginia where she has been attend ing school Danville New Miss Mattie Elkin of Lancaster is visiting Mrs John S i who is now stationed aft Tyrone visited his mother Mrs Kirby Sunday Squire J S Johnson who has been quite ill of rheumatism is reported as improving slowly Pope Mrs J M Sallee and little Lydia Carr of Danville were guests of Mrs J A Beazley Miss Fannie Wilson who has been the attractive guest of Mrs W R Gott has returned to Richmond Mr CS Underwood of Lebanon June tion has returned from a visit to his brother Mr R L Underwood Mrs Ada Kinnaird Misses Margu erite Kinnaird and Angie Kinnaird were in Cincinnati this week Mr and Mrs W C Wherritt are in New Orleans with William Wherritt and family and Mrs W A Berkele T H Grimes entertained a few friends at a musical Friday evening in honor of his friend J V Rice of Danville Messrs Dick Burnside Leonard Mil ler Watson Allen Henry and Logan It Smith were in Crab Orchard SundayNicholasville Stone of Garrard county is the guest of his son William who is a railway mail clerk on the Southern Messrs Jas W Smith and Fisher Her ring returned Monday from a trip to the cities where they purchased their stock of shoes gents furnishing goods etc They bought a nice line of goods and tell us they will have a strictly I in Xicholas Leavell Totten I C T I BaughmanK Mrs G R T K NewsThos I 1- Miss Marian firstclass up to date store in way Read their announcement on another page this issue of The Mrs Alex Walker and Miss Laura Smith leave this week for Cincinnati to attend the Millinery opening and purchase spring and summer goods Danville Advocate Miss Mae Robin son of Garrard county is the guest ot Miss Cyrena Dunn Carrie CUI rev of Lancaster is visiting her sis ter Mrs Fisher Gaines Lexington Herald Miss Elizabeth Brown leaves today for Lancaster for a visit to her uncle Mr W S Beazley Miss Lettie Brown is able to be out again after a short illness with the gripMiss Angie Kinnaird gave an elege gant luncheon Friday evening to the following guests Misses Katie Lee Denny Mary Miller Richmond Mary Doty Annie Herndon Marguerite Kinnaird Messers Herbert Kinnaird pharley West Marshal Denny Louis Herndon Will West and T J Tomas Mr R II Batson has just returned from Chicago where he went to pur chase his Spring goods Mr Batson is a buyer of wide exnerience and goes to the manufacturer to buy his stocks thus giving him a great advantage in prices He tells The Record he has bought an unusual large stock this year and of the very finest qualityStanford M G Aldridge of Garrard who has been laid up with rheumatism for several months was able to go up to Brodhead Sunday to visit his friend Mr J Thomas Cherry Mr II M Ballou of Garrard spent Sunday with his parents here His wife and children who are at Render sonville N C for their health are do ing nicely he informed us Miss V Pearl Aldridge is ill with typhoid fever Miss Pearl Corminey of Garrard was the guest of Mrs Lula Corminey 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 Wednesday the Burley Loose 25000 pound prices 550 to 12 Shelburn Son 5000 pounds prices from 5 50 to Growers Warehouse 20000 pounds prices 7 to S15 Lex Ob server One of the largest purchases of to bacco consummated this season in Bourbon county says the News was made last week when J C Ellis representing the Continental Tobacco Company bought ten crops of tobacco from Bourbon county farmers aggre gating 125000 pounds as follows Of W S Jones Veach 17000 pounds 10i cents Mason Talbott lOt cents John S Talbott 7000 pounds at 8 cents Caywood Fletch er 10000 pounds at 10J cents H C Stone 9000 pounds at 9 cents Plum mer Coy JOOOO pounds at 7 cents A W Plumer 25000 pounds at 8 cents M A Kenney 12000 pounds at 10 and 5 cents Weather Hazelwood 16000 pounds at 12 and 5 cents and of Frank Lair 8000 pounds at 81 cents per pound The Mail Order Houses There is no doubt thatthe mail order houses are playing havoc witn the re tail trade especially in the country towns and small villages where the stocks are necessarily small says the News If the govern ment passes parcel post bill a suit of clothes can be mailed for ten cents or less from any place in the I Record- I I I i I I I always 1375 Paris 11000 pounds at I J I ever Miss r Journal Mr S the whereby f St Y I United States and delivered to farmer on his rual route it will sound the death knell of many small and seriously cripple the profits many more The home pride of people has been appealed to to stop the pat ronage of mail order houses but it seems to do little good The character of goods sold by these same houses have been shown up as inferior to what can be bought at home at the same price but still the infatuation to order from a large catalogue many people in its grasp It has been shown recently that these mail order houses buy nearly all of their stock from the jobbers from the same people who sell to the retail trade This furnishes the key to the situation and if properly managed will soon put the mail order house out of business It is only nec essary for the retailer to refuse to buy from any jobber who sells to mail order houses List of these jobbers can be made up and sent to retail merchants Whenever the jobber in any line of goods has to decide between selling to the retail trade and the department mailing establishment he will close the retail merchant and then the mail order houses will be put out of business If the retail merchant in the country wants to continue in business he should at once find out the jobber he does not want to buy from under any circumstance HAKKSttGltY T I II erring sold a sow and 7 shoats to Mr Bowlden for 825 Miss Georgia Dunn who has been quite ill with rceasels is getting along nicely Mr C A Robinson who has had a severe attack of rheumatism is able to be out again Messers D C and F L Burdette and i Miss Susie Sutton were the guests of W D Marksbury and family Sunday MarcellusThe friends here of Mrs McGrath of Portsmouth Virginia are sorry to learn of her ill health and hope she will soon recover A splendid repast was served last Wednesday at the home of Mr T D Chestnutt in honor of his anniversary A number of friends were present and an enjoyable day was spent Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson and Bettie Royston and Mr James Royston attended the C E rally at Danville Sunday evening Rev Homer Carpen ter the prime speaker of the evening had prepaired a splendid address suitable to the occasion and was very much enjoyed by his hearers Mr Sol Lawless died suddenly at the home of his sister Mrs Icie Kemper Sunday evening in the G7th year of his age of lung trouble Mr Lawless had been complaining fer several days but no one thought seriously of it and had no idea that death was so near He leaves two sisters Mrs Icie Kem per of Marksbury Mrs Nannie Sparks of Hickman He was of the Order of the Confederacy and was hurried by the Society Monday afternoon in the Fork cemetery Sympathy is extend ed to the bereaved ones in their sor Neighbors 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 was induced to try Dr It took just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good health write Mrs Eva Unscapher of Grover town Stark Co Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m I holds I I I I e I Richard row Dis coverv sound I th I KingsNew The Richmond Business College is placing in positions many Kentucky young men and I women It gives superior advantages j and a square deal to students No 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 I graduatingaud I I Recommended Prot Lippard is receiving a number of new students in the Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in recommending it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No hum bug tactiec No robbing students or of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placid into posisious tf I Richmond I I t I JJ Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance FREEBy special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residense No T t one OBITUARY Mrs Susie Thompson wife of James Thompson died at the family home Feb 17th of consumption She had been ill for some time but bore her suffering with that patience and forti tude which characterized the true Christian She was the only daughter of Mrs Robert Anderson She was a member the Methodist church and was always faithful in her church work The funeral was held Monday the burial taking place at the cemetery Susie is gone hut not forgotten Cone where id unknown Where the air is pure eternal Singing around the great White Throne Weep not mother husband children Jesus knowtth all things best Weep not then for our dear Susie Is rejoicing with the blest God hath given God hath taken Though it rends our hearts in twain lIe but sends Ills frownsupon us To give back His smiles And when your home seems weary And trials in your way Just put your trust in Jesus And dont forget to pray Mother Susies gone to await your arriving Smiling where the Angels stand Lingering there sit Heavens gateway That she may first clasp your hand 31 D B W H Clay Lexington Ky says We cured our fowls of cholera with Poultry Cure Some of them were so sick they could not eat we pourd the medicine down them and did have a single fowl to die Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin G D Weathers Avon Ky Says My hogs were so badly diseased with cholera I did not think medical aid could possibly save them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cured them without a single loss Sold and by Mount Elkin CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Ill Kiiil Yw Have Afiifsta t Bears the Signature JiaZ7 CCAtf KILL COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery OUGHSari SOcft1M JOUS Fra Trial Surest and Quickest for Lancaster porcine till d THE iillTB S FOR Cure all ITHBOAT and LUNG BACK J ag Bourbon guaranteed I TillAUS LBS or ONLY The Making of a Charming Woman Of course the foundation of the greatest of all charms lies iu that un selfishness which illumines the face as well as the heart As politeness itself consists in little generosities so no woman who sinks in the giving of pleasure to others can escape its reward and not be herself intrinsically charm ing But all women are not unselfish and history shows us many who though yet through mind rather than heart have sent their names down to us as examples of charming women But they were miscalled and what seemed charm was only fascination in them which is an inborn quality though improved by brain and use We have all known very unselfish women who were mentally dense as mud and much of whose unselfihness went for naught thereby butAmerican women are seldom lacking in that mother wit that can assimilate what they see of good in others and given that self education there are many little things that can go fartowards the making of charm To aspire to be a charming woman of the world may not be a very high ambition but it is better than to aim at nothing and a little generositycan aid much in the making of what will pass as charming women An Old Bean in the February Delineator The Richmond Business College Students are making good records Prof Lippard is searching for more good Students He has calls for four Stenographers now at 960 per month and two at 100 per month Nothing pays like a business education Write or particulars J H Lippard HIGH GRADE COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly guaranteed Office near depot ANNOUNCEMENT the nomination for resentative of Garrard county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly ofKen tucky subject to the action of the Democratic party JO BOGIE M K Denny DENTIST Office over Herndea Jewelry store I I innatelybad I thoughtmental AUSTIN EAZLEY I am cBidate for rep I I Satisfaction ii r 0 The Kind You Have Always Bought and viiicli lias been use for over 30 years bas borne the signature of gild has I ocn made wider Iris supervision since its infaucj t6tti Allow no onetodeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasfford are but Experiments that trine with and eiiclanscr the health ol Infants and Ciiildren Exi ricuco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys TV oriris and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tIle The Childrens CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM Yon Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years STRECT NEW CITY R E McRoKEUTS Prest J W ELMOKE Cashr R I BUKTOX 2nd V Prest A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co Lancaster Ky 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 Burglar Proof Vault and Safe officered 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 or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linolium Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Vall Paper in lat est designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for Boys and Girls from 3 to 16 years old Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures j c ROBINSON President J J WALKER Vice Prest OROANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANi Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ls M SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O Aaet Cashl C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS LewIs Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold SALE write for list or call on J W Elmore HARXODSBURG KENTUCKY I i I f I I I 1 rL tA in gore Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It Stomach and Bowels giving healthy uul natural sleep PanaceaThe Mothers Friend I THE CECTAUI COMPANY Z MURRAY V L n O J C Euunms Vice Prest D t particularly They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS n K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson J Sanders J R Haselden U L A Lear 1 M Dunn R L Burton W L Lawson T J Price L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods W G Gooc- hJ C Hemphill H Y Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton 1 Is NcarI I I I b II i WWIS Y YELL ray IFOR I 1 GRASS I EaBI1 I oil eu I t IIIII11 lilllJf j I I I f ye personal YORK e B Elkin- V CIeaoin i uas Bio Ei e urge i 1 t JJEUNA VISTA nJiss Lillian Poor visited Mlttit Dunn last week A little uirl his Conic to live Wi h Mr and Mrs John Mick Miss A nun ia Duidat uf Kurgiu is with the family of J W Askins Attj Jiickson of Madison mud was the uest of Vr P Ruble last week Misses Sechrest and Wilds attended the Hewlett Dean wedding the 11th Will and family of Burgin were recent visitors at Mrs Nary Spil mans James Monday and family of Mercer spent Sunday with the family of W P iiubie G II Rubble is erecting a house on his farm to be occupied by George Gruham The personal property of Mrs Eliza beth Lane will be sold at her home Saturday 23rd Mrs Belle Cophill and children from near Pleasant Hill visited Mrs Mar shall Scott last week Mr and Mrs Ilollis Spoonamore are at Burgin where Mrs Spoonamore is under the care of Dr Guttery Mrs Sue Dickerson has returned to her home in Burgin after spending a few days with Mrs Spoonamor The tenant house of Leslie Ruble built on the site of the one burned will soon be ready for occupancy Mr Herman Ilenning and wife of Curdsville have been visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Henry Mrs Isaac Hamilton has returned to Lancaster accompanied by her little grandaughter Vannetta Spoonamore Miss Bessie Preston who until a few months ago resided here was married in Lexington to Mr Parrons of Stan ford Joe Skinner who has engaged in the merchantile business with Frank Rob inson at Ma reel his spent Sunday at home Tom Cook a former resident who has been in the regular army for live years will be home on a in march Miss Hallie Dean one of Jessamines popular teachers who is well know here was married last Thursday even fig to Mr Coral Hewlett of that countyW Ruble has returned from a visit to Frankfort Ohio and Indiana He has purchased a small farm at Osgood Ind and will move there about the first of March John the only child of Mrs Cole died of croup Saturday night at home of his grand father T D Hudson Interment at the Mt Olivet burying gruond Sunday afternoon Sympathy- is extended to the bereaved mother Rev E L Shepard pastor of Broons Chapel will attend a meeting of the Board of Educa of the Methodist Episcopal church which meet in Louisville the 20th and 21st Rev Shepard was recently elected a member of this board 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 hitters 1 feel like one rising from the grave My trouble is Brights- disease the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at R E McRoberts drug gist Price only uOc 1m lip HEBRON Miss A E Scott bought some corn of Isaac Duncan at per bbl Miss Homer Dem of Pink spent last week with his cousin Irvin Dean Mr Ernest Montgomery sold a tiunch of shoats to H A Burdette at GJc per lb Miss Lealo Scott is spending this week with Miss Jessie Rogers at Mar cell us The infant of Mr and Mrs Tommie Preston was buried at Mt Hebron last TuesdayMr Vanderpool moved Fri day to the farm recently purchased by Samuel Duncan Mr Charlie Duncan and wife of Mer cer county were with relatives here Saturday and Sunday Misses Hattie Duncan and Mayme Sherrow were the guest of Miss Lula Crutchfield at Stone Saturday night We certainly sympathize with the correspondent who said the mud roads are no better for it is the same here Mr Jas Parks the well known trader pass through this section with a nice drove of shoats bought from Jessamine parties at lie per lb Common Colds are the Cause of Many Serious Diseases Physicans 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 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 ren dered more serious by each fresh attack Do not risk your 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 re lable druggist at Lancaster 1m Miss Silman Van trees I I I I I Pearl t i o U h 225 tithy I I almost furlough SP c WALLACETON Mr Bud Bowling from near Kirks mile attended church here Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Rogers have moved into y r E B Wallaces house in Mr J A sold to Mr E Ii a load of outs in the bundle at per hundred A number of Vallacetonians at tended quarterly meeting at Walnutta Saturday and Sunday Almost daily we hear complaint of people losing their meat because of the very warm damp weather this winter As hogs are so high it is a pretty serious loss Mrs Ella Lamb is slightly improved butstill remaining in a serious As soon as possible she will be removed to the Richmond hospital to be under the care of Dr Gibson Rev T M Smith filled his regular at the Baptist church and Sunday He and wife Rev Johnathan Creech and wife were re cieved as members of this church at the Sunday morning services On Feb 15 while Mrs Ned Blythe was sweeping near a fireplace her clothing caught fire and she was badly burend before her husband who was in an adjoining room could reach her She died a few hours later Mrs Bly the was one of the oldest and most highly respected women of the We extend sympathy to the aged busband and other relatives in their sad bereavement A Habit to be Encouraged 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 prevent the attack This remedy contains nothing injurious and give it to little ones with a feeling of perfect security Sold by R E Mc Roberts the reliable druggist at Lan caster 1m McGREARY J Walter Brown bought of Abous Calico one cow for 25 Mr John Askins bought of some parties three hogs for 45 Mr Robt Gullev has been quite sick but is now able to be out again Mr Will Cook was in our vicinity en gaging hogs for the June delivery at Gets Mrs Pattie E Brown is spending the week with her brother J W Adams Donerail Rev Tinder will preach at 3 oclock on Sunday afternoon 1st Sunday in March This little city has gotten to be a trading point the farmers every Saturday afternoon and do con siderable trading- A good many of our farmers sowed their tobacco beds and plowing An extensive tobacco will be put out in this section sympathy is extended to and Mrs Richard Ware over the of their little daughter Julia Rice who was burned to death at the of her grandfather Ike Myres here Saturday morning the 9th us remember it was Jesus who said What I do thou knowest not now but will know hereaftee Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in 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 it cures every case Guaranteed by McRoberts drug store 25c 1m Getting Good Money Those Kentucky farmers who did not give up breeding trotters during the great depression but held on their best mares and mated them with high class sires are now reaping the harvest says a writer in the Horse World Many of them sold a half a dozen promising youngsters for than they have recieved from all the other earning sources of their faros put together 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 flanne slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief is almost sure to fol low or sale by R E McRoberts ble druggist at Lancaster 1m Investigation of the capacity ofhens to lay eggs resulted in the discovery that the egg production of hens de creases considerbly after the age of four years Thus a hen lays at the age of one year about 20 eggs at the age of tW years about 120 at the age of three about135 at the age of four years about 80 and at the age of six years GO 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 druggist 25c 1m j i 250 I appointment Saturday community mothers at Antioch yearMuch Walters the E McBo ts I Val lcetoo Ii saver Wallace condition a th mee hay begu cro thi lI los hom nea Le th mot Magnolia I MAR I83O l iRa 1 JlJ1 j 7 g lt D 1ffiJot S1 LnuPJJH ll IiJE ot i1TE fSctilLi- 1 La 2j N CTPE FARE i Li i i fATO E 60vernment EJhibi I PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TOUCH THE BUTTON VVILL J LETS YOU SEE IT ALL INDUSTRY J NYE ION I AND HIS BAND u City Ordinance An Ordiance levying and for the collection for the year 1907 an Ad Valorum tax on all property subject to taxation by the City of Lan Ky and of a Poll tax on each male inhabitant of said city over 21 years of age and apportioning all estimated revenues The City Council of the City of Lan caster Kentucky do ordain asfollows 1 That there be and there is here by levied for the year 1907 upon each 10000 of all the assessed and assessable property real personal and mixed tangible and intangible of every kind and description liable for taxation by the City of Lancaster Ky an ad valorum tax of seventy five cents the several purposes and apportioned and distributed as follows 1 SINKING FUND 22 cents upon each 810000 of pro perty liable for taxation for the pur poseof providing for the Sinking Fund the revenue arising from which is j as to items of expenditure as follows 13 cents upon each 10000 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing the sum of 1200 to meet and pay the interest on the bonded indebtedness of the city which becomes due August 1st 1907 and 9 cents upon each S1000C of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing the sum of SSOOOO for the ultimate redemption of the bonded indebtedness of the city and all revenue over and beyond the sum of 200000 raised by the said levy of 22 cents upon each 100 00 of property liable for taxation shall go to the General Revenue Fund and the same is hereby apportioned to the Police Department thereunder 2 WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND IGi cents upon each 100 00 of pro perty liable for taxation for the pur pose of providing for the deficit in the water works revenue fund arising from the excess of the expenditure for the water works system above the revenues arising therefrom and all revenues aris ing from this levy to the extent of 1500 00 shall go to the Water Works Revenue Fund and be used in defray bug the current expenses of the system but all revenues above and beyond 1500 00 arising from this source shall pass to the General Revenue Fund and are apportioned to the account of General Claims aginst the city not otherwise provided for 3GENERALREVENUEFUND 36 cents upon each 100 00 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing a General Revenue Fund for the payment of the various and sundry items of under the following classification For Public Lights 11 cts on the 100 00 Salaries 18 Police General 2 That there be and there is here by levied for the year 1907 upon every male Inhabitant of the City of Lan caster Ky over 21 years of age a Poll Tax of 150 for the purpose of repair ing and maintaining the streets and public of the city the revenues arising from which shall be used for the aforesaid purpose to the extent ot 30000 but all over and shall pass to the General Revenue Fund and are hereby ap portioned to the account of the Police Department 3 All revenues dirived from fines and forfeitures are hereoy apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and shall be used in meeting the expenses against the Police Department in cluding officers costs and commissions 4 All revenues derived from the waterworks system are hereby ap portioned to the Water Works Rev enue Fund and shall be used in the expenses of repairing and maintaining the water works system 5 All other revenues of the city wit licenses rents back taxes and revenues from all other sources are hereby apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and be used in paying the general claims against the city not otherwise provided for 6 This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and pub lication as required by law Attest C W West Clerk J M Duncan Mayor Papers x at this office caste r apportioned waterworks 1 I H Depmt5 t H I Claims2 I II beyond I to u other fo 1 I I that paying 1 TERATUrE AND Sheriffs Sale TAXES By virtue of tax warrants issued from the clerks office of the Garrard Court and placed in my hands for for the unpaid taxes due state by the following taxpayers of Garrard County Ky for the year 1DO J I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY FEBRUARY 25td at one oclock p M otTer for sale be fore the Court House door in the city of Lancaster Ky the following estate in Garrard County Ky of delinquents for the unpaid taxes a foresaid or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes of said de linpuents for the year 1906 including penaltty interest cost and commission and the amount to be paid by each is set forth opposite their respective names viz DISTRICT No 1 Lancaster WHITE Boman Mrs L E 1 lot S 28 33 Cunningham 1 lot DISTRICT No i Lancaster COLORED Burdett Bob 7 acres land Cooper Geo 1 town lot 5 TO Aron 1 acre land 4 So Wearren Jessie 1 town lot 6 20 DISTRICT No 2 Bryantsville Dunn Theo 3 acres land 3 40 Lane C W 12 acres land Rice Joe 300 acres land Stewart Frank 30 acres land 735 DISTRICT No 2 Bryantsville COLORED Davis John 1 lot Davistown 4 05 Tarrence Frank 1 aero land 620 DISTRICT No 3 Buckeye WHITE East Bros 28 acres land 2080 Potts Bros 12 acres land 9 65 DISTRICT No 4 Paint Lick WHITE Bird Mat 100 acres land 6 20 Bird Green 4 acres land 4 85 Beasly Geo 30 acres land 10 Dillon W R 96 acres land 340- Bammack A J 22 acres land 7 40 Halcomb Elizabeth Heirs 40 acres land 740 Jennings H 23 acres land 8 50 Kincaid W P 18 acres land 10 65 Kinnaird Cash 45 acres land 655 Lear Joe 6 acres land 4 65 D B 30 acres land 7 40 McCullium Heirs 47 acres land 3 Mason Bros 200 acres land 7 95 Payne Martha 8 acres land 3 40 Pointer Squire Jr 2 acres land 4 40 Scarbrough Dave 25 acres land 4 20 Tankersley Heirs 12 acres land 3 10 Wilburn Jennie 21 acres land 315 DISTRICT No 4 Paint Lick COLORED Anderson Geo 18 acres land 605 Faulkner Abe 10 acres land 740 Gillispie Bat 27 acres land 5 10 Hickman Logan 4 acres land 4 65 Kennedy Ed 2 acres land 505 Lacky Grand Heirs acre land 4 00 Mitcbel Mag 1 acre land 2 85 Meritt Henry Heirs 8 acres land 395 Given under my hand as Sheriff of Garrard County This Jany 24 1907 C A Araeld Sheriff Garrard County Kyv Old for sale atthis office y E 0 0 5 I FOR I I I collection ty and delinquent 190 6 80 Rothwell 5 I 55 I I Ledford 49 Papers u 5 Count con re Mary 131 WIT S 0 7 I t n 7 aid Mo Case of Pneumonia on Record There is no case on of a cold resulting fa Pneumonia or other lung trouble after FOLEYS It stops the cough and heals the lungs and serious results from a cold Do not take chances on a cold wearing away or experiment with some un known preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine A Swtra Cud fir Tknt The following letter from A J Ne baum of Batesville Ind tells its own story I suffered a severe cold A druggist prepared m some medicine and a for rae yet I did not improve I then tried Foleys Honey Tar and eight doses me Three sizes 25e SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains tw mad onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six as much For bv C C T E Stormes The Strenu ous Life Results ia Stomach TrcmMea MM Physical Breakdown The strenuous life of modem times forces people to rush through their meals hastily hurrying from the ta ble in the mad rush after the al mighty dollar The result is incomplete digestion inflammation of the walls of th stomach and lack of secretion of the gastric juices ending in chronic trouble and nervous breakdown How much better it would i eat more slowly cure me siomaca trouble with Miona and soon regain perfect health The headaches lessness nervous troubles pain after eating specks before the eyes back aches melancholy and gloomy perfect health and strength would b treatment of the weakeuad digestive system with Mlona will cure every case of stomach trouble The results of this treatment are so astonishing and so pronounced thaT those who have tried it never fail to appreciate its value as a healing agentSo reliable is Miona in curiHff alt forms of stomach weakness and trou we give a signed guar antee that the remedy will cost noth ing unless it cures Each box of Miona sells for 50 cents aid is im valuable to anyone who suffers with indigestion nervousness or wealc stomach Dora DOSE THE SItMlCfl Care Catarrh by Breathfag Mjemei Sold Under Guarantee There is one treatment for nasal which is based upoa coasoasense and at the same time is thor oughly scientific Hyomei is not a cureall it isspecific for the cure of catarrhal tro bles Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit the aromatic healing of Hyo mei penetrates to the most remota part of the nose throat and luags healing all inflammation and killing the catarrhal germ wkereTer present So successful has Hyomei ia sellitnothing unless it gives satisfaction The compIetesHyomei outfit sells fie1 and consists of am inhaler tatcan be carried in tie Testpocket a medicine dropper and a bottle ofHyomei The inhaler lasts a and if more Hyomei is extra bottles can be obtained for 5 gents It is the most economical f aB remedies advertised for the eve ofcatarrh and is the only eae flittreats this disease vitovt stoMch dosing applying the sedicztio a4healing where tie disease gw present Do not dose the stootack to cue nasal catarrh breathe Hyone ng that if this treatment i are it will cost xotkiav i record serious HONEY Tilt prevents I e forthreemoathswitla SKI All IT Ie t sleep taralading would be soon overcome restoredProper Y been 1r yea J1aE t t hand prescribed time t 1ECI ME1 s stomach bles that Catarrh lifetime seeded art 4 f matbilie Pu iiiarer K d