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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 15, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907111501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 15, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 IU07 The VERY BEST Goods at Reasonable Prices appreciate the splendid trade we have enjoyed during the Fall season and are putting forth every effort to give the people the wary latest creations in Dry Goods Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes and everything for winter wear Our many years of experience enable us to buy the best goods at prices which permit us to sell them to the consumer at less than most merchants can afford to do We invite you to call and see our stock for we know we can please you in both quality and price EIaHTEENTH YEAR 3 AV o eWe II Immense 3 EiEE asEEc zwrlEE cO J o L y 1fe Guns Shells Powder SHOT ET6 HASELDEN BROS Guns local Happenings Communion services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock McNees Land Sold Cynthianna Demcrat Eals Peter son sold to Dille Craig for the A J Mc Nees heirs their farm of 267 acres near Berry price 822000 A Boss Gardener Mr A T Anderson the best gard ener in Central Kentucky has our thanks for a sack of the largest Irish potatoes grown in this section Thanksgiving Services The Thanksgiving services will be held in the Methodist church this year Bro Brown preaching the sermon The services will be held at 1030 a m 2t Tie Game The game of football between Rich mond and Lancaster was the best ever witnessed in this city After a hot fight the game was called on account or darkness neither side having been able to score The Lancaster lads play at Richmond tomorrow To Town Taxpayers I am forced to advertise the property for sale of all those who have not paid town taxes by the 20th of this month This is last notice so come forward at once and save the cost you will have to pay in case you do not settle by the 20tb J A Beazley See our line of New Fall Styles IN Ladies Fine Footwear NEW FALL GOODS in every Department Perfection School Suits for Boys H T LOGAN Lancaster Kentucky g I ot e HI e IJ r Li H H- H H HH Good Entertainment Coming The Ariel Quartette of Chicago will appear at the Methodist church next Friday night the 22nd They are accompanied by Prof Combs a reader of great reputation The en tertainment is a splendid one and the people should attend Admission 25c children 15c Remember the date Important Notice Tnless copy is brought to this office on Monday we cannot set changes tor display ads The days are so short that we can not see to set type until near eight oclock in morning then we are without light by four in afternoon If you want our bands to return and work on your ads after upper you must pay the additional cost thereof Improving Service Mr Alex Walker owner of the elec tric light plant is doing all in his power to give the people good service He has ordered new and larger wire for the streets including an immense feed were wire to run from the plant to the public square where the wires divert to the different streets Lan caster has the lowest rates of any town in central Kentucky and when Mr Walker completes the now in course we will have excellent service Shake Maj Lillard The Record congratulates its good friend Major E W Lillard upon his election as representative of Boyle county in the next General Assembly While one of the best and most sue men in the state Maj Lillard has devoted much time to poll tics and is well up on the needs of the state today He can be counted upon to do what he honestly believes to be right and the good people of our neighboring county will never have cause tc regret his election Isnt This Fine Some idea of the complete manner in which lawlessness has been stamp ed out of Lancaster may be nad from the fact that account of Police Judge Armstrong for fees for services in the past month was less than one dollar Think of such a change from the old time accounts of from 25 to 75 each month for maintaining the court The work house has been empty for more than two months This shows what good officers can do and speaks volumns for all know the terrible state of affairs not more than a thou sand years ago Inauguration Conflicting dates have been in the newspapers for the inauguration of Governor Willson The correct date is Tuesday December 10th which is the fifth Tuesday after his election and fixed in the State Constitution The plans already set on foot by the Frankfort Business Mens Club provide for an elaborate parade and day cere monies and an inaugural fall at night The old ballroom at the Capitol Hotel has been cut up into rooms and the tall will be held in the Coliseum Skat ing Rink on the South Side I The Maccabees Thriving Mr M F Elkin who is one of the officers in the Grand Lodge Knights of the Maccabees was here last week and made this office a pleasure call Mike as everyone calls him is wide ly known and greatly liked by all This is his old home and he was warmly received By the way he tells us the order named above is growing rapidly and now has five million dollars in its treasury withwhich to pay death claims By a recent ruling a person can make application for insurance and membership and the only cost is one dollar which goes to the physician making the examination The applica tion fee has been abolished Now that only the dollar Is to be paid many men will take advantage of the opoar tunity to get absolutely safe insurance at the very cheapest rates The lodge is one of the largest in this section and those carrying insur ante therein would not part wltn it under any consideration Many poli cies have been paid in Lancaster and there baa never been the slighted de lay or contention about one I I Improvements f Gov Willson Lancaster cessful business MR PRICES GOOD WORK Our neighboring county of Boyle seems to be the only one in the state which came up smiling withan increas ed Democratic majority after the Re publican landslide of Tuesday and the credit is largely due to one of Garrards native sons Hon Wm Jennings Price who was Democratic Campaign Chair man there Boyle is known to be a very close county in fact to be Repub lican by poll but on Tuesday it gave I Hager the lead by 216 being the larg est majority given any candidate for Govenor in forty years and in addi tion usually heretofore going Republi can in state and national races Gov Bradley carried it over Hardin by 157 The result is all the more remarkable in view of the fact that McCreary car ried the county in the Democratic pri mary last Fall by about 400 and Tues days returns indicate that the bad hu mor resulting from this primary was the cause of much of the stayat home and knifing among the Democrats on the 5th In this primary however Mr Price was Chairman of McCrearys campaign in Boyle and in his Demo cratic loyalty must have shown a spirit this year that was attractive and ani matingIt pleasure to note the lack of acrimony or charges of fraud and cor ruption when a contest is oyer in the county of Boyle Mr Price and his loyal fellow workers conduct their cam paigns with the fierceness and aggres siveness of a Forrest charge but open and clean In addition to other quali ties for which Mr Price is held in es teem in Garrara his neighboring po litical organization and friends give him recognition as a tactful political leader of the character that makes for better things in Kentucky The ladies of the Methodist church will have an apron sale in Thompsons store on Dec 14th Your patronage will be appreciated tf Hon John Sam Owsley has been county judge of Lincoln coun ty to fill a vacancy caused by death of Judge Warren Mr Owsley is an ex ceedingly popular man and his is a satisfactory one When In Danville Those of our our people who have had the pleasure of dinning at Lillards excellent cafe in Danville are more than delighted with the splendid ser vice and fare You can get anything you want and at very reasonable prices The cafe his drugstore opposite the Gilcher The is one of the greatest improve ments the town has had Serious Football Accident In the game of football between Richmond and Lancaster on Giaded Friday a serious occurred which came near cans ing the death of Virgil Conn of this city In the play he collied with a young man on the Richmond team his head striking with such force that it was thought for several days bis skull was fractured He has been con fined to his bed since and today is better Mr Conn is a good and a fine young fellow who is high ly thought of by all who know him 1 f J I 1 appointed appointment I adjoins establishment accident reported player 1 Undertaker Arterial ail Cavity Office on Danville Street IJ1Beazle9 I I ill ie I ISIWSIl S SI IIISU1 ISS IIIp1 iii i FULL LINE OF CASKETS ASb ALWAYS IS STOCK I JT T Farmers AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency BURIAL ROBES I FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No T 74 I M K Denny I DENTIST II Office over Herndons jewelry store T J HOOD DENTIST l Office at residence Danville st bjf a Shop Roofing Etc Oonn Bros p Tin Guttering CORN WANTED Will buy Corn at any Station along the Rowland Branch of the L N Rail Road and pay the highest cash market price- I have all the best grades of COAL in stock at all times also all classes of FIELD SEED which I sell at the lowest cash prices Ballards Obelisk Flour in barrels by the car load Can interest you in prices on all of the above mentioned things in both buying and selling Give me a call BANKS HUDSON LillrdTHE PLACE TO EAT 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Mock Turtle Soup Maderia loc Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef Au Jus Inc Potatoes Stewed in Cream loc New Wax Beans Baked loc Coffee ioc Tea roc Milk roc Buttermilk loc Always a full line of Steaks Chop Sea Food Etc What you want the way you want it when you want it White Service Throughout Cuisine Unexcelled Everything New Neat Clean and upto date t Q1qWIIIW1hfl If I i I I I I I I I I u i i mE 3 LUJ1 l1 i r N NN NNN NNHNN DIllY F7ll1T I locII p N N NNNNNN L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOLEYS and TAR CURES Coughs PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption F toy MMMy and Tar not oily the cough but heals and the lungs and serious isuits from a cold There is no danger of Consumption or other serious lung trouble if F ley MOTMJT a d Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when F l jwill cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember tbo name mmvy cud Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chance with some unknown preparation that costs you the same you can get F teys MM and Tar that it results Contain m opiate E H Jones Pastor 1C E Church Grove M L writes About seven or tightyears ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very neat pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave SM so much relief that I bought wane of the regular sue Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and Ihave sever had any trouble with my throat or lungs siac Three skes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and ernehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six Mraig M ranch C C J E Stormes HONEY anIIOoilia chops strengthens prevents 1 Pneumonia coughsthe F jwhoa costa aid rife totals Ca ptI a that tiae l1lI111 Ut ALl Law Nusy MEd Tar I y r y y u R t1 sr it sad CUFSdAtbr PIEyIIME aiia- Nad iFcsuni PILES let isswiitr rtfitf fnm I 1151Iagic U Ril C a j WmHerndon Ben I Ilerudou BERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store WHAT IS IN MILK j Much Is Known But Much Moral to Be Found Out When milk is examined with the microscope it is found that it is largely of butter globules as well as the various forms of casein An analysis of milk shows that chem ically it contains water fat casein sugar phosphate of lime magnesia phosphate of iron of potassium chloride of I and some soda combined with cream The milk sugar forms a very part of the whole and is put at as much as four per cent Water constitutes from SO to 87 of the whole weight The kind of milk furnished is controlled by the age of the animal it though the richness is due very largely to the breeding of the cow that is some cows produce offspring that give rich milk rather than milk of inferior quality The various salts that enter into milk probably more of a factor in its digestibil ity than we now know says Farmers Review In fact there Is much about milk that has never been searched out by scientists For instance what value has the phosphate of iron which is present in milk only to the extent of seven onethousandths of one It is probable that each of these elements plays a considerable role There is the chloride of sodium salt It is present in normal milk to the extent of 24 onethousandths of one per cent and yet it seems to be quite essential Cows have been of salt to the extent of greatly reducing their milk flow but just how this was connected with the salt we do not yet know There are many things in milk that worth finding out Some day we may learn that the food of cows must have certain things in them that we now deem of no particular nutritive value The study of milk has not yet reached the stage where it yields data to settle all the questions that seem so difficult One of the great things as yet little studied is the sugar in milk which often exceeds the fat content Is there a close relation the fat and the sugar A study of the two in conjunction might yield some results of great commercial value NeW Catechism for Schools Some three years ago by invitation of the Church of Scotland representa tives of the other Reformed churches met with delegates from that body to consider the matter of religious in struction in the public schools of Scot land A subcommittee appointed by the conference to prepare a simple catechism for use in the schools where children of the various churches are taught together has now reported the revised book contains nearly as many questions and answers as the historic Shorter Catechism it has been greatly simplified in lan guage and statements bearing upon doctrinal differences between the have been omitted There Is of course no purpose to supplant the Shorter Catechism In the Sunday schools and churches I Irl I x Remains composed phosphate- of chloride sodium I sometimes percent somewhat furnishing j constitute percent deprived are between Though denominations i considerable CENT1UL ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAK LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the fust Office in Lancaster SecondClint Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association f i tip GS i Lancaster Ky November 15 19O7 The Logical Man Now that the state election is past attention is being turned to the selec tion of candidates for offices to be fill ed in the near future Among these Is that of Democratic candidate for State Senator from this district While The Central Record takes no hand in politics yet we do keep a weather eye on men and matters in the political field and try to keep posted It seems to us that if the Democrats want a man whom they know will win and one who will command the respect and confidence of members of heal parties that man is none other than Hon Reed Embry of Boyle We un derstand it is Boyles turn to have the nomination and this being the case it seems that the Democratic leader should insist on Mr Embry making t e race There is no brighter man in the district nor do we know of one who would fill the office with more dignity and satisfaction A brilliant man an eloquent speaker and a gentleman of the highest honor and integrity Reed Embry would serve the people in such a manner as would call forth the praise of even the most bitter par tisans of his opposing party He has worked faithfully for the interests of his party and as editor of the Dan yule Advocate has written many arts cles of untold help for the ticket We trust the Democrats will consider the matter and give our brother editor the honor he so richly deserves BRYANTSVILLE Miss EIza Ison is on the sick list Mrs Henry Tomlinscn is visiting at Middlesboro Mr Williams was in Louisville last week on business Miss Anne Higginbothan is visiting friends at Lexington Mr and Mrs Herbert Brooks spent Sunday at Junction City Mr and Mrs John Wood of Jessa mine visited relatives here last week Messrs Jeff Dunn and Robert Fox were in Lexington on business Mon dayMr Ashby Davis has returned after spending several days at South Elk hornMrs Sallie B Welch is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel DeatherageThe Mr G T Higginbotham Thursday was well attended Every thing sold well Mrs John Smith of Mackville spent Friday and Saturday with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn Miss Rella Arnold of Lancaster has been spending a few days with Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leavell The regular Quarterly meeting services will be held at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday Misses Lena Rigney of Lancaster and Annie Cotton of Danville have been the guests of Miss Jennie Burn sideMrs Eliza H Ballard and Mrs Anne Dunn of Noblesville Ind visited Mrs B C Sandidge of Lincoln county last weekMrs Anne Dunn and Mr Will E Dunn of Ind have return ed home after a visit to Mr and Mrs W J Hogan and Mrs Eliza H Ballard Mr and Mrs Jas L Watkins of came over Tuesday in their touring car and have been the guests of Mrs Eliza Ballard and Miss Mayme Ballard for a few days A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly and safe that Dr Shoop tells moth ers everywhere to give it without hesi tation even to very young babes wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms thecougn and heals the sore and sensi Live bronchal membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal ach ing lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The relatives J C Notlesville ShoopsTake 1 t I Lex- Ington harmless The I Business Items All kinds of shell rnlf it Bring your eggs and butter 10 Ward 15 2D Fresh Lowtieys Candies at Zhn mers Remember that good old 20c coffee at Wards lult Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Elkius tf Fresh home made mince meat the best ever Zimmers tf Two fresh kegs of the best cider you ever tasted just received at Wards Buggy and wagon harness are at great bargains W J Romans Hand made harness at extra prices Haselden Bros Seed Wheat We have something nice glad ti show it to you Banks Hudson Now is the time to get a cheap W J Romans I have some high grade timothy seec and seed wheat for sale W R Cook tf Lancaster Magazines I am taking orders for all magazines Will appreciate your o der Mrs Dolly Brown at Joseph tore The largest line of winter bu g robes ever shown in Lancaster the are cheap W J Romans We have large stock bought can deliver promptly or load farmer wagons while they wait tf Banks Hudson Ballards Ubelisk Flour Strictly first patent and try a barrel that is the cheapest wa to buy it Banks Hudson Plants kept over winter 25c pe square foot in advances Lancaster Greenhouse Please Notice Having sold my business I settle up all accounts and ask thus owing me to please settle at once er in cash or by note J A Jones tf Dont forget the place to get you winter buggy robe cheap at W Romans I am offering great bargains in bu gie to make room for my large stock W J Romans Second hand Piano for sale Fo particulars call on Miss Betsy West 1m 200 Barred Plymouth Pullets Cockerels W E Moss Phooe 184 F 10 lltf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are due This includes the dog tax Pleas call and settle same at once 611 tf C A Arnold S G C The Ladies of the church are going to have a bazar th first Saturday in December Timothy Seed A large stock can make prices as they are bought right tf Bank Hudson Onions all sold Also wheat A fe of Barred Plymouthrock pullets am cockrels left W E Moss 11 8 2t 59 acres of land and timber in miles of Somerset in Pulaski count W T Doolin 3t Box 12 Marksbury Ky Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment the cele brated Lowneys Candies Fresh the factory Put up in handsome bo es Zimmers Restaurant Ring up the Lancaster Paint Wal Paper Co and they will give you esti mates on the very best goods and skill ed workmanship 11 1 tf A first class family horse safe 8 year old red bay Call at Henr Duncans barber shop for information Fine Seed Wheat For Sale I have some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale clean From threshing reports it proven better in quality and than any other Price 1 per bushel tf Duty We handle the best wall paper paints and can do your work in upto date style Ring us up and get esti mates Lancaster Paint and Wal Paper Co 11 1 tf Show Cases For Sale I have three handsome floor cases which I will sell cheap Se them at my store on Danville street tf I P Thompson For Sale Will sell privately 2 good milk and 4 meat hogs weighing about 30 lbs also 2 good work mares 3t Jack Hiatt Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due call at once and settle as the needs the money Those in for the year 1906 will save cost by at once E W Harris Treas 816tf Shoes Clothing queens ware am things at cost until Jan 1 to drop three from the lines we carry Also great bargains in linesC 1115 2t General store Lancaster Ky Turkeys Wanted Highest market price for 1000 tu keys delivered this week and next a Stanford or Lancaster See us selling Uortbcott Hagan Important Notice Ladies Home Journal and Home Companion will raise clubbing rates on Nov 1st Call and get advantage of the present low prices before the advance is Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs Store tf madeat leadin Coal none Plants tufts 1011 For Sale f For Sale For Sale J A I paying manyother w ors I I have several handsome show cases several llnor cases which wilt sell cheap 1 P Thompson 21 Cfmsuleriiij the idv inci in prices of new canned goods 1 cm beat any bodys price on goods of the same qual ity W II Ward We shall as usual be headquarters for everything for Christmas Fruits and candies the finest line of toys of I every description nicer presents for ladies and young men Dont buy un til you see our line and we are sure to sell you W II Ward 152t Fine Farm For Rent Will sub rent 93 acres known as the Ashley Gulley farm near McCreary possession Jan 1st 32 acres to go in corn about 4 acres in oats 12 acres already in wheat Rest in new good grass Frank Pearce tf R F D 1 Lancaster Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of los fog your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm G B Swinebroad Lancaster Ky Phone No 221 Res 132 9 20 tf The Lancaster Paint Wall Paper Co has in stock handsome wall paper and a complete line of paints They are the people to sell you thestock and do your work at lowest prices 11 1 tf Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at G M Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Tues days Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments treat ed 11 25 tf Pastor Accepts Rev A R Abernathy of Louisville has accepted the call as pastor of the local Baptist church and will preach his first sermon next Sunday He will fill the pulpit every First and Third Sunday mornings and evenings The congregation is well pleased with Rev Mr Abernathy as he is a man of and earnestness Doll Sale and Exchange The C W B M will hold a doll sale and exchange at Stormes room on Danville street on Dec 13 and 14 A nice stok of dolls and a Bountiful supply of everything to eat at Very reasonable prices The proceeds of this sale go toward the support of an orphan girl Please remember the dates tf Bazaar Dec 7th The Mite Society of the Presbyterin church will have a bazaar in the Sturmes room on Danville street Dec 7th Please remember the date They will have many nice fancy articles suitable for Christmas Also many articles for the tulle tf Farm For Sale Mrs W E Bauuhman will sell IK r farm two miles from Danville on the 21st of November to the highest bid der The farm consists of 126 acres and is well improved She will also sell a lot of live stock and farming imple ments and household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at one oclock For Sale Sweet milk sweet cream butter milk and butter always on hand at the Lancaster Creamery cents per pound sweet milk 20 cents per gallon sweet cream 80 cents per gallon butter milk 5 cents per gallon are the present prices cash at the plant If you want sweet milk or cream telephone Mr Curry at the Fac tory at any time before 9 oclock A M and he will save vou what you want Will sell by the pint or quart at above ratesThe BlueGrass Creamery Co 2t Of Lancaster Ky Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic BIooo Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 4 1lyr A Serious Matter First bride looked aw fully solemn as she came down the aisle didnt she Wonder what she was thinking about Second Probably wondering If her veil was on straight Detroit Free Press Letting Well Enough Alone Who does you reckon is de lazies said one colored woman ych husban or mine 1 gwintn guess answered the other Its bad enough now wifout stahtin no competition Washington Star His Complaint I spose growled the old farmer them air autymobeels iz entitled fhalf th road aint they Of course they are Uncle Hiram replied the village squire Yaas I spose so continued the old man but I dont low e theve right take their half out uv the middle by grass Chicago Daily News CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The KM YM Han Always Bwjlt I t I r I the f r I Saturday presents Butter 3U especially GuestThe ain t I I I f ability t r Guest got enny I Bears the Signature ofI rry I r j MILLINERYVe Lave the STYLISH LINES in Central Kentucky Ve win appreciate a call form the ladies MRS ADA KINNAIRD FurnitureCarpets Mattings Oil Cloths Linoleums Window Shades Easels Costumer Springs and Mattresses Picture Frames Glass Etc Etc Ete Anything not found in stock will be ordered on terms Your patronage is appreciated Phone 5 J C ROBINSON t t yjg 2F 3 J t l 0I w I I- ti g S K F g I J ij 0 ij P 8 l Ewcr e 9 i E l i I IN- tH tom reasonable THE Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 510000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY 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 i I I National We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking J J WALKER President I SafBtynBDO lltBaaesfurFa Solicit Your Bnaness 1WE E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED u Ii ii CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 M COY RL ARNOLD RGGDYX JSBBRROW- SJB WOODS EL WOODS WCFI3H I 1 DIRECTORS I II Our Customers are Fully Protected by and Casuality InsuranceFidelity l JSJUIISSOX Prest IVice ORGANIZED 1883 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL l5tM SUKPLCS g B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSON B F Hcdson J J Walker Jno R E McRoiiEUTS Presfc J W EuroitEv Cashr J C EUBANKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest A THOMAS Ast Casht The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest lafwvei fergtoPrttf York ail Safe officered and counseled hy a directorate whose integrity and are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated II K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W W R Cook DIRECTORS H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton The Ii Ieua- a I i J A Sanders D Lancaster Ky busi nessexperience particularly e L Lawson K Perkins 4 tr i I i T M Arnold It requirement t A a gratifying to any of us to feel that weve spent our money to good advantage got a good deal for it Thats exactly the way you can feel when you buy a Hart Schaffner Marx suit of clothes here no matter what your price these clothes are worth the money and more The stores full of all sorts of good wearables we promise you full moneys worth J liiIiiriJD lid i IS rEE BatsonsWhite Elephant Store B f 9 zz SUITS TOP COATS and RAINCOATS at Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician Mm make at 350 and Be sure and ask to see these shoes M Whiting Company of New York are the recognized authority on correct Writing Paper We have just received full line direct from the factory Please call and see it R E McRoberts Druggist We now have our entire stock of open for inspection Patterns and will be glad to see each and every one and will do our best to please you Ostrich Feathers a Specialt- ys Rlexander Walker 10 o oo Lo8YgJJffjjJljf JJffjl X0llJ11lifilfiJ J fiii ll iI NEW STOCK CLOTHING I I I I I Q I 000000 I We are showing 10s knee suits Knicker bocker stJles in the Droll Scotch Plaid and Blue Serge at to I I 8400 Jim Smith I- 0f XeYlJfiJ iJrtiJ01fiJriJjfJ J rJllilttjJlIJi YlIQ Yri1jX X l 0101 JlliJfJjlifg fitJ l01 trJJ II I I I I 0 1 fiJ x r rrfiJIGjr X X x lle mlWt lItlWof ReadytoWearsa- nd e 9c dQ i pc Q New 500 150 J d I Mii Fisher Herring e Q Ip t Q i 1 t 1x a crz v i i 4- i Gossip About People N v N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by These Wt Are In Mrs Ann Robinson is visiting in Lick Miss Bessie Singleton spent several days at home this week Mrs R L Elkin is the of Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta Ga Mrs Ben Burdett of Lexington is visiting Mrs Ellen Owsley Miss Bella Arnold is visiting the Misses Leavell of Bryantsville Mrs Sam Ward of Livingston at tended the wedding Miss Fannie Wilson of Richmond has been visiting her sister Mrs W GottMr John M Smith and bride of Macksville were visitors here the past weekMr Shirley Elkin of Lexington is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T S ElkinMrs James Hatcher and Miss Carrie Hatcher were shoppers in Danville FridayMrs McRoberts of Coving ton has been visiting her sister Mrs J M Farra Miss Madge Hackley of Hubble has been the guest of Misses Mamie and Ethel Walter Mr Denton of Lexington has been the guest of Messers Will Charles and Thurston West Mr Louis Burnside has returned from Wichita Falls Texas very much improved in health Mrs W S Elkin after a visit relatives has returned to her home in Atlanta Ga Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden are congratulations over the arriv al of a handsome son Mr Arthur Mahan who is a tele graph operator on the L and N is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs G A Swinebroad of Hub ble have taken rooms at Miss Sallie Tilletts for the winter The Saturdays Courier Journal con tained a very handsome picture of Miss Mary Doty of this city Mrs John T Johnson of Livingston has been the recent visitor of Mr Thomas Johnston and family Beazley was in Cincinnati this week buying a new stock of goods for his undertaking establishment Capt W J Kinnaird of Middlesboro has been visiting his mother Mrs Kinnaird who continues very ill Mr James Doores of Paint Lick has been spending several days with Mrs Charles Anderson Richmond avenue A good likeness of Squire J S John son president of school board here appeared in Saturdays Courier Jour nalMisses Katie King Llllie Tompson Hallie Brown and Fannie Tompson of Crab Orchard were In town shopping MondayMrs Faulconer and little son left Monday for Danville for a visit to before returning to their home in Middlesboro Mrs Horace Herndon entertained the Embroidery Club the past week Miss Margaret Tomlinson Is the boa tess for this weeks meeting Dr Sam Burnside of Wichita Falls Texas has been visiting his brothers Judge R A Burnside and Mr James Burnside and sister Mrs Sue Misses Laura Soper and Margaret Wallaceof Berea and Miss Ann Soper of Richmond visited Mrs J B Soper last week and attended the Ward West wedding Mr and Mrs Solon B Henry have news of the arrival of a little aoo III relatives Paint WardWest R e herewith receiving t Mr J A Patsy J Anderson received I 4 guest relatives daughter at the home of Mr ana Mrs Rodman at Hettig Ark Mrs Rod man was Miss Georgie Henry former ly of this city The reception given by tne Juniors in honor of the Seniors Friday at the High School was a most en joyable affair The parlors were tasti ly decorated for the occasion and de lightful refreshments were served Stanford Interior Journal Misses Allean and Ida Lee Bourne of Lan caster were guests of their sister Mrs Warner Miss Sallie Lou flyers who has been in California for some time passed through Sunday to her home in Garrard Her father Mr Ike M Myers met her here Lexington Gazette One of the lat est comers into the field of art in this city but by no means less known and capable is Miss Bettie Anderson of Lancaster who recently came to this city to devote her time to art work Miss Anderson by her poster work on the advertisements of the big Hal loween carnival which is to be held Thursday night at the Coliseum skat ing rink has sprung immediately in to prominence and bids fair to become one of Lexingtons favorite artists Miss Andersons very unique posters show that she has paid great attention to detail Her picture of both men and women in motion on skates are exquistely done The posters make a fitting advertisement for the occasion Miss Andersons taste is also being consulted to telling advantage in the decorations for the skating rink for Halloween festivities A Hard Debt to pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Discovery The ominous day hacking cougL quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m BUCKEYE Born to the wife of Wesley Simpson Miss Abbie Lutes of Stanford is visiting Mrs J 0 Bogie Mr and Mrs Wesley Walker visited relatives in Danville Sunday Lucy and Jennie Dickerson visited Miss Preston of Stone Thurs dayMr Lillard Miles of Lexington came home to vote and visit his parents TuesdayMr Teater aged 97 died at his home Wednesday Interment at Gunns Chapel Thursday The protracted meeting conducted by Rev Adams and Shepherd at Gunns Chapel closed Sunday night j H Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writesuEIec trie Bitters have done me more good than any medicine 1 ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 50 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses Great alterative and body builder best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist 50c 1m Patience with lesser liyes is born of the larger life A Signifinat Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a won derfnlly short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c ac B E McRoberts drug store 1m t WK a son Linn Ie evening I PAINT LICK Mr and Mrs E H Ballard Jr of are visiting friends in this neigh borhood Mr W 0 Mays and wife have taken rooms at Dr Mays They will soon go to housekeeping at Mrs Bests farm which Mr Mays has rented Miss Lynn Nave a charming young lady of Cartersville has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Marga PullinsThe rink is well patronized good crowds enjoying it each night Plenty of new skates a fine floor and perfect order go to make the rink a source of much pleasure Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bowels by drastic par gatives i danger use only I iTnvTgorators Guaran and drugstore 25c rlf bnolA 1m Its hard to when you are brightening the lot of another Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys great yalue of this scien tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Rem edy Sold by R E McRoherts You are free from any divinity so long as you despise any humanity The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced Not a grain of retl Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an he to drink it for Coffee Gill Walker Simpson ITCH IN THE SKIN NOT IN THE BLOOD People with Eczema etc Make Grievous Error by Taking Medicine Into the Stomach When your hand is scalded with hot water until it blisters and burns you dont drink medicine to cure it You apply a healing lotion to the injured skinEczema ysoriasis salt rheum bar and other such diseases of the skin cannot be cured by filling the stomach with medicine any more than you can cure a burn oy drinking To cure these diseases you must apply the remedy on the part affected The diseases named are caused bv germs In the skin Kill the germs and the disease goes away and the skin is left pure and white as nature intended It to be t That mild simple liquid oil of properly compounded in D D D Prescription routs the germs and heals the skin so perfectly thatyou can never tell where the disease was No tongue can tell nor pen portray what I suffered for ten years from Eczema writes Mrs R R Latta of Garrison Mo I was treated by the best jloctois in the west but benefit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound and well Six or eight months have passed and there is no sign of a return My advice to all is dont delay Begin the use of D D D once and be cured We have carried D for a because we know it takes away the itch and we believe it to be an remedy in the treatment cf Eczema and other skin diseases R E McRoberts Prof Lippard wants the names of all students wishing to enter Business College here sent to the Recorder at once Dont miss this opportunity nothing pays like abusiness education Its at your door Actnow 102531 r o toying ll the safe gear tIe cle ers teed for be liousness malaria jaundic stay costthe expertwere I oers itch medicine I I received- no D D longtime infallible Stanford Dr Ki S N Life Pills e estM blue unknowingly wintergreen 1 They Dont Make a Better One Let us show you MOUNT ELKIN Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy thecelebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled the above strong points ROMANS We are now displaying a beautiful line of Bohemian Glass and the celebrated Mbbej Cut Gllass We are exclusive agents in Lancaster for Libbeys Cut Glass which is undoubtedly the finest Cut Glass made We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Frisbies Drug Store FOR I 0 I 79 Glass I I II a fort WaS j ene ian I vi- r L1 1 t i mJiIlmD- t 4 1- I c Ass ting th2JoodandRcguta 1 I l HILRl estionClJeerfu1 Morphine nor it NARC OTIC t ttu t JlJuI Itall B sr- I 11 Jcd iJI J Remedy tion Sour ness ij1dLOsS OF Signature of NEW YORK 35D SLSJSCI T EXACT COPYOF WRAPPER riif i 1F iil- s IIMIAYpirl iT111g71gtllhl 11t INtIIxgNrtmlUUnn itA etablePr ai LIBowe1S l1- SDt and RCsLCORtalns neiUEr Mioefa1 S9yL2ZpIJrMR- e IilietGir JeriJ- iJer flenv forConstipa SLEEP FacSnile For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Tilt CgNTUR COMPANY IIEW YORK CITY CAST6RIA THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 19O5 NATHANIEL WHITAKER of Richmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It nas no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7tb It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it savs so BY Read what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Rucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I has given persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any thud can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all right T O Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights far sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County and State rights for sale FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CHANGE VIA a CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets 0 Sale NoveBlLer 1st 1901 Good Ietm May 31st f r list ef MteJs un f QUEEN o- sceuzcaesreInusor y BUTTER The Salability Upon its Appearance Experience has taught me that a package to be attractive must be clean and the most conservative often pick a lower grade of goods in a clean neat package in preference to a socd article in an un attractive package declares a writer in Farm and Home Buyers invari ably pick the best looking product and pay a premium for it In packing butter for the retail or grocers trade if made in sufficient quantities I use a good ash tub which has previously been soaked in a strong brine from 16 to 24 hours with the sides and bottom lined with parchment paper and a cloth circle on the top After adding the cloth circle I always sift a thin layer of salt on top of it as it holds the cloth in place and keeps the air from the butter The cover should be well fastened on with small strips of tin If I were in position to cater to a retail trade or direct to the con sumer I would put up my butter in either one or twopound prints them in parchment paper which bore my own trade mark or design so that the consumer would always know my product as uniform quality and always clean One dealer has handled my goods for 12 years and has regular cus tomers who refuse to accept any other Occasionally during the winter months our market is not sufficient to supply the demand and he has to fill orders from other sources Just aa often as he does he has complaints Always put a good article in an package and you will have no trouble in disposing of it but a poor package means damaged con tents poor sales dissatisfied and a loss to the producer SIMPLE TROLLEY TETHER Handy Way of Fastening Cow Along the Fence Fasten a wire from post to post slip an iron ring on the wire fastening I MArK TING I D erC1t Largely will customers buyers wrapping attractive Ring Slides Along the Wire cows lead r ttf walks along grazing plains the Missouri Valley Farmer the slide along the wire When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these or gans always fail Dont drug the stom ach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is simply a makesnift Get a known to Druggists as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops or liquid see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my place five miles West of Lancaster at 1 p m on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 07 the following property One 3yearold work mule 1 mule 2 brood mares 1 good jersey milk cow 2yearold heifer 2 wean ling calves 1 lot of fat hogs lot of corn in crib 1 twohorse wagon 1 spring wagon 1 break cart 1 good disc harrow 1 tooth harrow 1 twohorse plow 1 new hill side plow 2 double shovel plows 1 walking cultivator 1 new riding cultivator 1 three horse plow 1 new Deering Binder 1 mower 1 hay rake 1 roller 1 corn crusher 1 hay frame 1 sled 1 hog box 1 good zinc water trough 50 good locust posts lot of household and kitchen furniture and a lot of other things too numerous too also 10 extra nice meat hogs Terms make known on day of sale Capt A M Bourne Auct WM CLARK Will also sell a solid cherry side boad of the pattern FOLEYSHONIT IARC- hto Promts KILL THE COUCH MD CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings New Discove cow e ringwill prescription everywhere Restorativetablets yearling mention oldtime Mia WITH atts rope i Irslt P FOR coucNsOLDS PBICB ffe SLOOI IITrill Bottle Free OK MONET REFUNDED ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W S Ferguson Mrs P D Gill Clay Sutton W J Gillispie W 6 Anderson John A Sanders UDALL THROATANDlUNGTlOUBLES I GUARANTEED SATISFAcTOR POSTED Ed Portwood W T Worrel List of Claims allowed by lw Gurrard County Fiscal Court from Out 1st 1CO5 to Oct 1st 1907 Allen J N Ij days hauling on road 25 Anderson JessolUhiys on road iK Anderson JimColJ lnys Iniulg on rood 1 50 Austin fc licnxlcy Acct for coal 21 Arnold C A Acct 2rH 0- AriioldTIiompson 2 days haulg on road 3 00 Anderson Damson Keeping Lunatic 4 00 Allen G 15 Clerk election 2 00 Arnold C A Clerk election i 00 Registration Bourne Ainm 1 days hauling on road 6 00 Ed 4 days hauling on road COO Baker Tom 3 days hauling on road 450 Bogie Nathan 2 days hauling on road Bland Bill 1J days hauling on road Jrnck Preston days haulg on road 6 C- O3oain K C2J days hauling on road 375 Brown Will 1 days haulg on road 2 21 Ballots Burton haulg on road hallo C S Putting up election Booths 2 50 Bourne Trice lays hauling on road inllurd Perry 2J days haling on road 75 Brown Robert 1 days hauling jn road 2 25 Brown G A 2 days hauling on road 3 00 linker Reuben i days hanlg on road S 75 Baker Sam 1 days hauling on road Broaddcs V M 6 days hauling on road 9 IK Broaddns C L 2i days hauling on road 3 75 Bastin Telephone Acct rr 55 Bowling G A 3 days hauling on road 450 Same Clek Registration 2 Boain Joe 1 day hauling on road Bourne Wes 2 days hauling on road 3 K Ballew Frank 0 days hauling on road 9 Bishop Luce days hauling on road Bcazlay J A Acct burying Pauper 10 00 Batsou A H Acct C 0 Benthy EbC days hauling on road It 00 Bourne A J 2 days hauling on road 3 On Bourne J B Clerk election 2 00 Bell G W Judge election 2 m Same Judge Registration 20 Bowling G A Clerk election 2 CO Bastin A II Sheriff election 2 On Ballew C S Judge election 2 00 Bourne J P7 days sitting in Court 2100 Cotton Sam I days hauling on road C 00 Callett J D fi days hauling on road 9 00 Collett days hauling on road 9 Conner George days haulingon road 9 K Conn John days hauling on road 2 2 Conn Bros Acct 4S 08 Cook days hauling on road 9 0 Same Part for culvert 1 80 Collett Jack 2 days hauling on road 00 Cotton days hauling on road Conn H P days haulingon road 2 Childs John 1 days hauling on road 150 Curry Herndon Acct Calico J M days hauling on road 4 f0 Gates Raymond hanhngou road 4 50 Carter Geo A 1 12 hauling on road 2 25 Conn It K 5 days hauling on road 7 50 Cottrel Wm 1 12 days Hauling on road Cunningham Bony cleaning cistern COO Carter Geo 2 dajs hauling on road Childs John 1 days hauling on road Chestnut TO 12 road Curtis Forest 1 day hauling on road 1 50 Carter J B Acct 10 IS Slime Acct 91 or Cook E D Judge election 200 Dunn J II 4 days sitting in court 1200 DIckerson James B hauling on raod 9 CO Less 1 days road 1 50 Doty John G 3 days rood 4 f0- DotyJG Jr3 days hauliugon road 1 50 Same 1 5 Doty Boyle 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Davis S I 2 days Dunn Jeff test 25 Doolin W T 3 12 lays hauling on road 5 2 Davidson LG Acct 15 00- Doty J A Clerk Acct 15140 Doty Kd G Judge election 2 00 Same Judge Registration 200 Davis S P Judge election 2 00 Duncan S M Judge Election 200 Same Judge Registration 200 Duun I M t days sitting hi court 9 0 Elkin Jack 3 days hauling on road 450 Elliott DrVM Acct 30 O- rElkinT A Judge election 200 Easier J II Judge election 2 00 Same Judge Registration 200 Ewards Jack 1 day carrying chain 1 00 Folger Frank 2 days hauling on road S 00 Folger Mat 2 12 days hauling on road 3 7 Fathergill Curtis 1 day hauling on road 1 5 Faulkner S WC hauling on road 9 00 Floyd Monroe Sills 5 0 Farley J W lixiug election booths 3 Ou Floyd Mat 1 days hauling on road 1 50 Frisbie F P Acct 95 Farra John M Summoning jury 10 00 Fain W II clerk election Francis J Sheriff Registration 2 CO Grimes W II 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Gray J days hauling on road Gabbard G B 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Gafuey Wm Putting up booths 400 Gabbard G days on road C 00 Grow Earl 2 days hauling on road Green John Sheriff electn and mileage 2 72 Greenlenf G S Sheriff of election 2 00 Same Sheriff of Registration 00 Iloskius W C 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Henderson Mack 3 lays hauling on road 50 Henderson J R days haulg on road 5 25 Halley John 2 12 days hauling on road 3 75 Hall Sam days hauling on road 3 75 Halcomb Steve G days hauling on road 9 00 Hurt Smith C days hauling on road 9 00 Hurt Wm 4 days hauling on road 600 Hendren R S hauling on road 2 25 Hogg Kelley 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Henderson W G days hauling on road 4 Henderson J G 3 days hauling on road 4 CO Hudson Wheritt Ins policy 1320 Haselden J S house haulding election 2 00 Haselden Robinson Acct 530 Ham J P Judge election 2 00 Same Judge Registration 200 Henderson S C 5 days hauling on road Haselden Bros Acct 78 77 Hall John W Sherriff electn and mileage 2 Higgins Jerry Constable Acct Johnson James 4 days hauling on road 00 Joseph Randel day hanling on road 1 50 Johnson Sam C days hauling on road 9 00 Jones J A Acct for coal 7 days hauling on road King William days hauling on road 5 25 Kemper Garnett Ins Policy Prem 110 00 Knuckles Wm 2 days hauling Ou road 3 Oo Kincaid W P Sheriff electn and milage 2 Kincaid Jim 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Lane Spiller 2 12 days hauling on road 3 75 Lane Geo H 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Landrum L L Acct f 00 Lancaster Electric Light A Acct Lamay hauling on road G days hauling on road 2 25 Landram L L Acct 350 Logan II T Acct 39 18 Masters Sid 1 day hauling ou road l ro McQuerry Sam 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Morgan Green 1 day hauling on road 1 50 McGinnis W R 3 days hauling on road 4 50 McQcerry Arthur 4 days hauling on road 6 09 McCormack Joe 4 day hauling on road Meadows Andy 1 day hauling on road McQuerry John u days hauling on road 7 60- M cQuerry J V G days hauling on road 9 00 Murphy C W 4 12 days hauling on road 6 75 Montgomery Earnest G days haulg on road 9 00 JlcCarmack Joe 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Marsee Noah 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Marsee Ben 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Morford Dunn Acct for Mds furnished Pau per 409 Martin Robert 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Miles Braddus Acct Mds furnished Pan pers 21 oo Mount Elkin Acci 71 00 Mason E 5 days hauling on road 7 to Mason W B Clerk election 1906 2JW Same clerk Registration 2 cp Morford 8 H Shff electn mileage 2 72 Same Sheriff Registration 2 CO McQuery J H Judge election 200 I days on road 4 0 Nave J days hauling on road 6 00 Noe Taylor Shff election and mileage 2 J2 I haul Same Clark 2 00 Bourne 3 2 25 z f 2 1 2 f 1 1 50 Oil 50 6 1 E D 6 a Clots G 9 00 112 2 S 2 rii dn s 2 2 1 1 huiIlog on 5 oj Dot on hauling ou hmlIng on road 3 00 3 2 00 I r 1 1 50 4 00 1 312 212 112 I 7 50 80 8 60 6 50 King W T 6 9 00 312 HI 42 R E Ii days 9 00 IambI 112 600 1 5o S Naylor 3 hauling D4 2 3 00 4 days 5 2i 2 50 3 4 Matt I hauliug S B 3 2 s t 20 r J S 4t F i t l i i I 0 Same Sheriff Registration 2 00- OhcumThosl 12 lays hauling on road 2 0 Put ker Kdman C days hauling on road 9 Oo IavtifJ X I days Iianlingon road 1 5O R 1 s hauling on road 1 M ta kiT road X Ray John 1 day hauling on road 0 Ramsey Jamet Acct 900 Ray Floyed 1 chain 1 Oo Shearer Hen 1 day hauling on road 150 Shearer Sherman 1 day hauling on road 1 5 Simpson Xack I days hauling on road 2 25 Stapp Forest house for holding Court 20 0 Stiiiu huusu for holdiig Court 2000 Sebastin George damage on road 200 CO Stapp Forest 2 days sitting in Court GOO Thompson Frank 5 days hauling on road 7 50 Taylor Nathan damage in road 9 00 Ward Sylvanus 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Wheeler Morris 1 day hauling on road 1 50 Walker Stephen 6 hays blasting stumps 12 00 Wallace T 2 days surveying and making re port 10 00 Walker W S 4 days sitting in court 12 00 Walls days sitting in court 900- Swinebroad G B Ins Policy on jail 30 Ol Acct for dynamite 1 00 Hudson Wherritt Premium on Ins Policy 3000 Davidson K Ldefending Lunatic 5 Rigney W 0 Acct for burying paupers 20 00 Mount t Elkin Acct 49 6 Wright George for work on Court House and jail 4 X Perkins Smith Medical Acct 2450 Walker C D Ins Premium 8 M Robinson J C Acct IllS 03- Farra J M for trees 825 Powell CD Co Acct 2 00 Indiana Road Machine Co hal on rock crush er 582 fO- Laudram L pty 12M bills 3 oo L Laudram election Books and election sat plies 320- Bullew C S Putting up election booths 2 50 Ross Dave Mrs Acct for Led clothes 75 Ross Doc lor guarding Lunatic 4 00 Walker L L Election Commissioneso days 10 00 Lawson W L Election Commissioners 5 days Arnold C A Election Comissioners 5 days 10 W- Rigney Burying Daunis Brown 10 IO Harris EW Making assessor nooks 1 75 Grow A Grow Acet for Mehd for Deny 1300 Dr Wm Burnett Acct Post Mortem exam ou- nud Casey 0 Hood Jim work on Court House 10 CO Jones J A Acct for coal 557 Austin Beasley Acct for coal W 91 The Joseph Mercantile Acct to date 3J 05 Conn pros Acct pluming jail ICO Rigney W 0 for burying pauper 12 50 McWhorter Estridge Acct for fence 72 07 Ford Acct 16 tK Dunn I M 20days committee work C itoiirnc J P2t days committes word 72 vo R EMcRoberts Acct to date 120 10 Anderson Roe for cleaning out building 1 0 Jones J A Acct for coal 140 Jim Clark Acct 0 00 Mason W B 11 days on road Supervisors XI 00 Walker T r ILslnys on nard Supervisors IS 50 Walker W S ij lIars on Board Supervisors 15 50 Ray E n 11 days on itorrt Supervisors Ifi 5 Robinson C A 11 days on Hoard Supeivisors 1650 Doty J A Clerk 11 days on noad Supervisors 1650 Ford A D holding court 12 days in misde meteor eases paid out Treas 21 CO Francis John witness Jennings cast 3 T- OGalTney Wnv putting up booths and Levy 2 Hendrickson Mrs J G for Keeping and boarding OKI Kelly Wells W PAcct 5 Rigney W 0 account burying paupers 12 00 Bourne J P 11 days committee work 12 00 Dunn I M 17 days committee work r l x Hamilton J I days election comr 18 00 Lawson W Li days election comr IS Mason W B services as Coy Atty Protem 3 Morton J P fc Co acct for tile boxes 6 tw Pierce F acct Poor house farm 2 3t Sanders Bros aCt Lumber 3 7 Dunn I M for services witness before the State Board oi Equalization 2o oo Tomlinson R II same 2o oo Mason W B same 2o oo Hudson 2o oo Walker T B clover seed for prhouse Im 34 oo Turks W F for supplies furnished Mrs Gabe Salter 6 oo Furr W II for clothing and provisions furnished Eb Pointer 6 oo Ramsey James merchandise furnished Thos Shepherd 12 oo Grow it Grow merchandise Berry Layton 4 oo Ross once money paid for cleaning out pool and putting scrn doors in jail So oo- Haseldeu J R acct repairs on jail 25 Champ it Co collin furnished pauper C 5o Milton Steed hanging loo rolls paper at jail 2o oo Walker II L painting jail and out bidg 12 oo Arnold cleaning and reimir fug cistern oo- Haseldeu Bros account 27 17 Harris John cleaning out house 1 5o Mount it Elkin acct 1 So Swinebroad G B ins policy on court hse 82 5o Simpson Henry holding inquest on the body Canada nroughton and sninng jury and witness 8 Combs F M coffin for Amnda Broughton 4 5o Powell C D clothing for Mrs Frost lo oo- natson R II acct supplies for jail 11 Joseph Mercantile Co sect B 62 Logan H T acct 4o o5- Rigney W 0 acct for pauper collins 27 5o Wiggins Julia Miss acct for takg testiy 15 oo Anderson John days hauling on road 2 25 Anders ju W S days hauling on road 4 5o Arnold W A livery acct 13 oo Arnold Ash lj days hauling on road 2 25 Arnold Lee 1 day road 1 So Anderson James E t days haulg on 9 oo Arnold C A Sheriff acct 12 oo- iteazley Nick 2 days hauling on road 3 oo- itack Albert 1 day hauling ou road 1 5o nradley Gilbert Co scot 1 fo Kaker Will Tom Elijah dogs on road i7 oo- lionrue J B 2 days viewer on rood 2 oo heard A C for fencing road 47 oo P for sitting in court 21 oo Clark Francis IJi days hauling on road 2 25 Crawford James days hauling on road 9 oo Curtis Floyd U4 days hauling on road 2 25 Cox Emanuel 3 days haulingon road 4 5o Cook Fount 1 day carrying chains 1 oo Davidson for charity acct 12 oo Davis John X days hauling on road 4 5o Duncan Sam 1J days hauling on road 2 25 Horton Mose4 days road oo Davidson It L for papering and painting Master Comr office t o3 Doty J A Clerk acct 289 o5 Dunn I M sitting in Court 24 oo Duncan John W 1 day hauling on road 1 5o Elam George t days hauling on road oo Elliott Dr W M medical acct 41 oo Edwards Jack for fencing road 31 52 H 1 day road 1 5o Foster James 1 day road 1 5o Foley P E 1 days hauling on road 2 25 Frisbie F P sect Fetter Geo G it co acct 00 Furr W II damages on road 34 oo Gastineau John 2 days hauling on road 3 oo Gastineau Virgil 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Gastineau Robt 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Hamilton Joe 1 day hauling on road 1 5o Hurt Rube 1 day hauling on road 1 o Hudson Wherritt Prem on ins policy 277 5o Hardin Mrs Sarah damages on road K5 oo j Hicks Tom damages on road 75 00 Hiatt J M 2 days viewer 2 oo Hammon J E damages on road 53 32 Jones Wyatt 1J days hauling on road 2 25 Jones Geo W damages on road 125 oo King W T 6 days hauling oo Same dynamite and fuse 150 repairs- on tools 5oc 2 oo Lawson Mose 1 day hauling on road 1 5o Leavell will 2 days hauling on road 3 oo j days hauling on road Lemr Wm days hauling on road 225 Landram L Lpnblg county claims 19o 22 oo Same pub order vote pn bank 28 oo- Long w M 1 daT hauling on road 1 5o Lawson w L amt due on land sold for tax 62 17 Lane Mitch and will damages on road 12o oo Lawson Mose forfencing road 17 08 J hall ill of 1 1 0 W I 3 Green T II 00 pt 10 l I 0 Layton A n 25 00 I Ii B P same furnished Tmomp3 Jr J I hauling on ro S stourne T s L G hauling on 6 II Furl W hauling on on 26 t1 I J Lear V A 1 2 25 1 r I 1n tae t Ail days Pauper 2 C L 5 45 11 C tN r 9 04 1 L 0 lays 6 S nays hauling 9 I John for fereiajr 91 oo Miller Jim 1 day mad 1 MontsoTieryiienry i oo Moniguuirry days on road 7 Montgomery Earnest t days road 00 Morgan Green I day hauling on road 1 5o Morgan Sweeney 2 hauling on road 3 oo Morton John 1it Co acct oo Mites fc Broaddus charity acct 1 Miller Jumts fur fencing K 10 Morrow K w Tending town clock tsr oo Nave Leonard day hauling on road 1 5o Pointer rtll days hauling on mad So Pointer Arch t days linnlin on road i 00 Poor K M 2 hays hauling on road 3 on Pence G V Engine on road lo oo Payne J hauling on V oo Pendleton HIram damages on road lo oo Prewitt wyley damages ou road 2 oo Ross Dave acct 4U Zo Rigney w 0 acct for burying paupers oo Rigsby Sol 1 day haulingon road 1 5o Pence G w 2 days hauling on road s oo Saute lumber for culvert 3 oo ie 1 lay haiiliiiKon road 1 H Parsons R F t days hauling on road oo Pointer till part for culvert 1 rrewitt Nath 254 days hauling nn road 3 75 Powder Justin days hauling on road I Sao Pierce Frank days hauling on road 1 Pcnuington Tim 5 days roil 7 o Parks v F provius for small pox patiits til S Same waiting on sniii I pox patients 25 oo Powder Justus 2 days hanlg on road X oo Perkins K i days hunting on road 2T Pierce Frank acct KS lo H acct for lo oo Palmer G w judge election 2 oo judge registration 2 00 Pierce Curtis judge election 2 oo 2 00 PoseyJ n Sheriff election 2 Ramsey James days hauling on road Ross Joe i lays hauling on road 3 Ray Elijah 2 days hauling on road 5 00 Rankin Tom Hi hauling ou road i iV Ralston J F 1 day on road l Ao Ray Lindsey l day hauling on road 1 iO Robinson C A I days hauling on road 4 t Rogers Millard bridge lumber I ro lions R Ilo posts 2 Rout M F3idays road r jr Robinson 2S oo Rigney wO acct buryinsr paupers lo oo Rose Robert days hauling on road t oo Ross David jail acct 471 So Royston J w judge election 2 oo Same judge Registration 2 oo Ray Raymond R judge election 2 oo Scott T 312 days hauling on road 3 O Smulley Geo Ii lays hauling on road rt Southern Dust Absorl cnt acct 4 S7 Simpson Xack 3 days haulingon road I o Sloan nub 2U days hauling on rout Smith I days linnlinir on road MK Sebastian Parson days hauling on road I So Smith Premier i f Stapp Forest 2 sitting in court oo Stewart Arthur days haulins on road 4 o Stewart Frank days road 00 Kd 1 12 days hauling on road 2 iSmith K Lumber for road 1 Saddler wm r2days hauling on road z oo Saddler win Jr 1 day hauling on road 1 Zo Shepherd Less 1 12 days haulng on road 2 Smith R L 1 lay haulg on road and nails I 75 Smith Ed 2 days hauling on road o Sutton John t days hauling on road oo Smith win 2 lays haulinsrou road n oo Sherley Henry 3 day hauling on road I Sutton turn 2 days hauling on road 3 oo Sanders K days hauling on road 4 5o Shearer will 1 12 days hauling on road 2 iSanders expense taking children to Orphans home o Smith l s oo Smith Jno M 1 road I o Stormes Johu K acct a iSnowden Dr acct no 00 Sanders A F it D C acct for lumber is 7T Sanders Bros acct s 7o Sanders Stewart judge election 2 oo Sumo judge registration 2 oo Sanders S B clerk election 2 oo Stormes John Kacct 25 jc Todd c u t days hauling on road t oo Taukersley Jus days hauling on road oo Thompson M S 4 lidayshauPujron road B Tuggle Percy 2 flays hauling on road 3 oo Tankersley John days harling on road oo Todd Kuss days hauling ou road t oo Thompson F W I 12 days haulg on road B 75 Turner S D acct for s 00 Turner Gilbert t days hauling on road l oo Turner S D Sheriff registration 2 oo Upton H G 3 12 days Iiauliiiir on tT L2 days haulinyon rood n oo Walker E M B days liuulinir on road l oo Williams Ray 2 12 days hauling on road X 75 Whitehead acct for lumber 4 2o walker Kemp 1 day hauling on road 1 ro White trill 1 day haulf on road 1 ro Wilson J C days hatilinir on road oo Ward W u acct 00 Milton 12 day hauling 75 Walker Wesley i lays hauling oo Woolwine C w B days hauling on oo witt J n house for holding Boo Wynn A hauling on road 7 west w w 4 days hauling on road 6 wynn w c acct for lumber 0 wells W Pi days road 9 DO- Wells Marion 2 12 days haulingon road S woods E L judge election 2 CO Walker Alex judge election 2 CO- Same judge election 200 Wherritt Tom judge election 200 Walker Wood elk election 2 IK Walker W S 6 days sitting in court 18 w Men Gen B assessor acct 63 12 Dunn Stationary 15 Oo Doty J A elk stationary 1500 Ford A D stationary 1500- Sameboldiug court GOO Lancaster water works acct 37 Oil Sweeney J W livery acct Wren Win acct for lumber 4 7 Same G days hauling on road 9 m- Jamestown 100 Herring Tom damages on road 53 OB Walker Horace L acct for painting courthouse roof 32 50 Landram L L acct B 00 Hudson Banks acct for coal S 00 Lancaster Electric Light Plant 17 so Gaines W R accc for telephohe 90 c A Arnold Shti s Oi Rothwell J M defending lunatic 5 DO Smith Premier Typewriter co loo Oo A True Copy J A DOTY Clerk eiuity to look after renewals ami in crease subscription list of a prbminent month ly magazine on a salary and commission basis Experience desirable but not neces sary Good opportunity for right person Ad dress Publisher Box 59 station 0 New York St In itself a true disease We of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real diseases yet they are symptoms only of a certain specific Nerve else It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Shoo in the creation of that now very popular Stomach Shoops Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr his Restorative that original and highly vital principle no inch lasting accomplishments were ever tobe had or Liquid and see foryour self what it can and will do We tell and chew fully recommend Pr Shoops RestorativeR I road 11111 ling nil on road II cl ill han oil II r I rand 1 Pope Chsr u 20 hauling on Pope Ur game I rather I f day o hauling on eo p loystonJ elk reitratiau on o D I iter c o hauling on t 2 Ja I S Ed 2 on dn hauling on I I t It I road unwInklc J I on road ou road 9 road n 2 on 5 A 2 Exposition 4 Representative in Imcasterllnd Y Indigestion t k sicknessnothing RemedyDr Shoop and badbreathRestorativeTablets I I Lon worth So t hauling clays 9 u wad t allays 3 pan hers 11 rat Son hauling C acct t 2 S Typevi lays 6 canton r N day hurlinr coal hard 9 election N hauling Millie Waited Without e s Fruit and Ornamental ptnigas Everything for A Orchard Zaivi Garden rhave no agents Catalogues on uppJioaciHU II F HILLEN31S1EK SONS LEXINGTON Kv The Strenu OUS Life Results in Stomach Troubles and Physical Breakdown The strenuous life of modern times forces people to through their meals hastily hurrying from the in the mall rush after the al mighty dollar The result is incomplete digestion inflammation of the walls of the stomach and lack of secretion of the gastric juices ending in chronic trouble and nervous breakdown How much better it would i o eat more slowly cure roe stomach trouble with 3Iona and soon regain perfect health The headaches slaep lessness nervous troubles pain after eating specks before the eyes melancholy and gloomy fore boding would be soon overcome anti perfect health and strength would ba restored Proper treatment of the weakened digestive system with iliona wilt tire 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 healing agent So reliable s Miona in curing al forms of stomach weakness and trou tIes fc that we give a tjnar antee that the will noth Eng unless it cures Each hoe of Miona sells for 50 cents and is in valuable to anyone who suffers with indigestion nervousness or weak stomachR McRoberts Druggist DONT DOSE THE STOMACH Curt Catarrh I y lrettlin Hyomcu Sold Under Guarantee There is one treatment for nasal which is based upon common sense and at the same time is thor oughly scientific Hyomei is not a cureall it is a specific for the cure of catarrhal trot bles Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit the aromatic healing of Hyc mei penetrates to the most remote part of the nose throat and lungs healing all inflammation and killing the catarrhal germ wherever present So successful has Hyomei been in the cure of catarrh that we sell it under a guarantee that it cost nothing unless it gives satisfaction The complete Hyomei outfit sells for 51 and consists of an inhaler that an be carried in the vestpocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Flyomei The inhaler lasts a life ime and if more Hyomei is needed stra bottles can be obtained for 50 entsIt is the most economical of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh and is the only one that treats this disease without stomach dosing applying the medication and healing where the disease germs are present vDo not dose the stomach to curs nasal catarrh breathe Hyomei that if this treatment does not ure it will cost you nothing R E McRoberts Druggist TREES Slrll1JJ GraIJC its We table stomach backaches a cost catarrh will knowing nis lacecleared 011 quick by D D tires 1 4 f E rush signed remedy t IL Mrs JBL Daniels or Winchester Kyi says For tUteen yearsI had sores on my They got worse all the time until I tra ashamed togo out on the strett Yh u I did r had to wear aveiL My face Itched and burned so I thought X would go crazy 1 hall tried every rcmwly rcould get hold or thought I never could tret rid ot it One day a friend recommended your remedy I had tried itchin and burning stopped away and soon mrface to clear It teas stow trod DOW myfacets all clear like it was before I rut the disease i had to use a great many bottles but bavinsr my skin cured is worth ten times so much as I spent Ithank you and you kinds of success We hereby certify that full particulars shown us regarding this case conclusively prove that every taint of this terrible was permanently cleared away by tho wonderful D D D Prescriptios R E McRoberts I right and I amostotfUcourced hope disease 1 tare mootbegan bathpersfatedand ill PILES get fMKfiate rdfef frwi 1rsJlaI f e 111a