You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, December 13, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907121301 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, December 13, 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 RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 IU07r7epr rAJL NWM37 Ct Highgrade Honest Merchandise at Honest Prices Were You Ever Humbugged Do you know the meaning of the word Humbug If not then just go up against some scheme where you are made to believe that youll get somthing for nothing and youll get WISE yes very wise when you take your bargain home and examine it We have no something for nothing our goods are of the very best quality and we sell them at a very reasonable profit Isnt that business Think look before you leap Salesall j w Weh aye Reliable Goods and Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction Incorporated The Recognized Leaders in Dry Goods Suits Notions Shoes Cloaks Wraps Etc I 5E EI EEE I J SO MER ANZ CO= in our new store room LARGE STOCK AND PRICES are RIGHT Give us a call before you buy and we will make you glad HASELDEN BROS Xmas Goods e Lcav llSmith One of the prettiest and most appointed weddingsthat has ever occurred here was the marriage of Miss Leavell to Mr Michael Robert Smith of London Ky which was celebrated Wednesday December the eleventh at high noon in the Pleasant Grove Christian church Rev Homer Carpenter was the officiating minister Miss Stella Brown of Dan ville presided at the organ assisted by Mr Robert McKee of London on toe violin who rendered beautiful selections during the of the guests The wedding was very brilliant and beautiful and event in Central Kentucky as both bride and groom are well known and very popular Miss Leavell is of Hamilton College and one of our most talented popular girls She is an artist of ability and is also pos sessed with a beautiful voice The church was handsomely decora ted with holly mistletoe and laurel the pulpit being filled with palms ferns and other plants and bordered with ferns making a high tropical bank of green back of the wedding party Just in front of this was a semi circle made of several columns which were covered with laurel holly and mistletoe lighted by many candles From the two middle columns was suspended a large bell under which the bride and groom stood during the cere monyThe bridal chorus from Lcehngrin was played for the entrance of the wed Mattie Mae n interesting a graduate beautifully several assem- bling ding procession First came Miss Tev is Carpenter or Stanford down the left aisle with Dr John McKee of Lon don down the right They were alternately by Miss Ollie Smith and Mr Rov Brown of London Then came the bride with her sister Miss Lillian Leavell who was maid of At the same time the bridegroom with his best man Mr George Smith of London entered from the rear of the church The couple joining stood before the minister with maid of hon or and best man on each side and the bridesmaids and groomsmen forming a semi circle and making a very attrac Live picture During the ceremony Mr Robert McKee played a violin solo Call Me Thine Own The bride was beautiful in her ex quisite robe of white chiffon over silk and trimmed with Duchesse lace Her tulle veil was aristically arranged and she carried a large bouquet of white catenations and bride roses The maid of honor Miss Lillian Leavell was beautifully gowned in pale yellow and carried yellow chrys anthemums The bridesmaids looked charming in white net over white silk with yellow sashes made into chrysan themums and carried yellow chrysan themumsFor departure from the church the Mendelssohns wedding march sounded joyful notes Immediately M Mrs Smith left for their bridal tour and the happy couple were at tended by many loving wishes for suc cess and happiness j j rand followed honor Closing Out to Quit Business On Saturday Dec 7th we will begin to close out our entire stock to quit business and when we say we are CLOSING OUT we MEAN IT as this is NO FAKE SALE to get trade but A GENUINE CLOSING OUT SALE and we ask you to call and see us and be convineed for yourself We will also ask you to bear in mind that w e have no old shelf worn goods to be sold as our goods are all new and up to date Below are some of our prices I Shoes Stetson 600 Shoes go at Stetson 500 Shoes go at Keith Konqueror Shoes go at Hats Worth Hats 93 00 grade go at Worth Hats 250 grade go at Worth Hats 1 50 grade go at 3 87- 350 2 93 1229 193 98 5125 Shirts Wilson Bros 150 grade go at Wilson Bros L and 125 grade go at Good 75c Shirts go at Underwear Best 50c grade now Coopers L25 grade now Union Suits worth 150 I119 I83 I39 39 I83 11 II Big assortment 50 cts and 75 cts Ties at 39 cts We also have a large line of Holiday goods consisting of Mufflers Hosiery Gloves Suspenders Etc Etc Dont forget that EVERYTHING GOES HEMPHILL WEST II DESTROYING PROFITS COST NOT CONSIDERED EVERYTHING STARTS At H T LOGANS Clothing Store Lancaster Kentucky and lasts Fifteen Days 3000000 and Boys high grade Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods thrown on the market at sensation ally reduced prices Opens Saturday December 7 at 9 oclock a m A TERRIFYING SALE sending death and distraction tohigh prices demoralizing competition Will bring thousands from far and near Here is the proposition briefly told We overbought thousands of dollars worth merchandise and must unload The continuous mild weather finds us with this great big stock and we must positively turn same into money in fifteen days time We must raise 1000000 in the next fifteen days therefore this store and its contents will be the scene of the greatest slaughter in prices ever inaugurated in this part of Kentucky and will long be remembered by the thousands ofpeople who will attend this sale 3000000 worth of Fall and Winter Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods to be thrown upon the market to be sold in fifteen days time beginning Saturday December 7 at 9 oclock a m You cannot afford to miss this sale To stay sway is like throwing dollars away Stop and think what it means T1 KC IlsT C T H T Logan magnificent stock of Clothing Hats Furnishing Goodsat the mercy of the people Thousands of dollars worth of this stockhas been especially selected for the Christmas Trade but in our determination to raise 1000000 in cash in the next fifteen days Everything must go regardless of cost iooooco in money must be raised therefore heroic have been adopted We ask the people of Lancaster and surrounding country to attend this sale and help us unload Much of the actual cost and all profits have been sacrificed and you will be able to buy new stylish Fall and Winter Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods for Ken and Boys at less than half the usual prices We state the situa tion modestly No mistatements will be made throughout our Our record for the many yaers in this community is sufficient guarantee tothe thousands who know us We need your help Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods at Less than Half Price Cost not Considered See our hand bill for prices on every article in the house Sale lasts Fifteen Days and starts Saturday December yth 1907 at 9 oclock a m A Crushing eduction Sale EiaIiardav 7lib 1 C7worthofMens ofpoeple 0 F e E cI A I measures if advertisingmatter I and tIP B E cGI 4 r t1iiiIEiiiR 0IST 3 1 x w i XZpr3Yf w 4 ttIIV II Banks hudson We will sell you the best grades of iMA11 = COAL DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry store REPORT OF TIE CONDITION OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Dec 3 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 147222 M Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1755 M U S Bonds to secure circulation 50600 W Bonds securities etc 2490068- BankiBgboase furniture fixtures 5 Due from National Banks not Agents 41083 61 Due from State Banks and Bankers 545 28 Due from approved reserve agents 69695 SO Checks and cash CM rotes of other National Banks 195 VO Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 4148 LAWFUL MONEY KESEKVB IK BUIlt VIZ n3 77 Legaltender notes 47M 68 18471 Redemption fund with IT 8 5 per cent circulation 2JMO TOTAL 316 535 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in SMMM Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 6472 67 National outstanding 500600 Due to other 472 11 Dae to State Banks and Bankers 27 00 Individual deposits subject tocheck 199475 73 Reserved 477 84 TOTAL 319K35 STATE OF KKXTDCKT COUNTY or GAKKAKD M I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state Kent is tree to the best of my knowledge sad Belief HUDSON Subscribed sad sworn to before me this 4th day of December 1367 S C Deuy NotaryPabllc Citizens National Bank No2SE a te Bask notes liat10 ferTaxes B F or THa Reserve M 50 Treasurer fend 1996060 ceasacrASka 18 Jeaxsox JJWALURZ rtf Bollards Obelisk Flour In Barrels Genuine Kanawah Salt Field Seeds and all kinds of EEED at the lowest Cast price We will appreciate a call as well a a of your business BANKS HUDSON Roofing Guttering Etc Conn Bros I I I S are I Tin Shop MVVM MMYY WIMrYM At K DennyI II tt x tt tt ttxtt- xT J HOOD DENTIST REPORT OF THE CONDITION 1493 OF LANCASTER KT AT TkeClBe of Mm Dee 3 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 130235 12 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 981 70 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 22850 47 Bankingbouse furniture and fixtures 7000 00 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 5622 39 5L935 81 Checks and other cash items 859 49 Notes of other National Banks Fractional cnrrencynickelscts 10 30 LAWFUL Moray RESEBVB IN BANS viz Specie 1 7450 00 Legaltender notes 11000 00 18150 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer 5 of 2 00 00 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in t 50600 00 1666000 Undivided profits less expenses sad taxes paid 13673 05 National Bank Notes Outstanding 50000 00 Due to Other 1JS87 63 Individual deposits subject to cheek 13666 45 Certified checks 18 00 Reserved for Taxes 1 65 18 Total 29211031- STATKOrKnTOCKYCOiniTYOrGAKBABDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank dosoleranly swear that the above statement is time to the best of my knowledge and belief CashierSubscribedday of December 1907 J H KIMNAIBB Notary PublicCOEUCT Attest orTHE NA TI 0 NAL BAN I No 1965 00 0 292110 31 I Office at residence Danville st f Due from approvedreserve agents circulation C A C ROBINSON B D Cocaax A L DQn 7 Directors CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LAN DRAW EdrPubr Entered at the Post Ojncr in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky December 13 19O7 Local Items For Kentucky River The estimates of the Secretary of Treasury for appropriations for the next fiscal year call for 999000 for im proving Kentucky River and 420000 for locks on the same stream Mason Mrs Susan Shelby Mason of Chicago died yesterday in Lexington The de ceased was the daughter of Maj Isaac Shelby of Arcadia The remains were brought to Danville and the funeral was conducted at the home of Mr W S Lawwill Gets Five Hundred Dollars In the case of Mr J B Mount against the L N railroad the jury verdict of five hundred dollars to the plaintiff Mount was injured in from train at the local depot He was awarded four hundred dollors at a former trial but the company took an appeal Good Flow of Oil Mr J T Allen of Cartersville was in our office this week and tells us a stream of oil has broken into a well he recently made on his place It has so poluted the well that the water cannot be used When placed in the fire the oil burns rapidly It is pronounced a high grade by those who have Jim Burdett Killed Jim Burdett the colored barber was killed in his shop at Middlesboro last Saturday His remains were brought to Lancaster for interment He was the son of Riley Burdett a man who was respected by every one who knew him Jim Burdett was born and in Lancaster and enjoyed con fidence and respect of all who knew him The State Normal Active measures are being taken at Richmond to provide good board and lodging at satisfactory rates for all young men and women who may enter the Eastern Normal this winter students may go to this school with the assurance that they will find accommodations at reasonable rates The attendance from January 21st on will be very large but will be well taken care of Now is the time of year when some people begin storing eggs until the winter months when they sell them to dealers and others for nearly double what the eggs now bring on the mar ket This is a dangerous practice and is forbidden by provisions of the pure food law being punishable by fine and imprisonment Most of the eggs so stored in grain bins and cellars become tainted and are totally unfit for the market while from their outside ap pearance they look all right Old Money Coming Out The money stringency is bringing out all sorts of quaint coins Gold that bears unmistakable marks of dirt showing that it has been buried paper money with the odor of old sox and odd silver of every description says the Paducah Sun One man in for purchases at one Broadway store this week tendered some script small change He had a five cent bill a ten fifteen twenty and twenty five cent bill and they were readily accepted Some of the clerks in the establish ment wanted them and paid a for them It is safe to say this is the first paper money of less than the dollar denomination seen for some time in this vicinity A meeting of the stock holders of the Blue Grass Creamery Co has been for Tuesday Dec 17 at 10 AM at the Couit House This meeting will for the purpose of offer of Mr Henley Bastin to lease the plant We understand that Mr Bastin has made a very favorable offer and agrees to give bond that he will run the plant continuously the term of his lease He also agrees to make the butter for Sets per pound as heretofore and market the same at the highest prices obtainabl- eIt is important that all stockholders attend this meeting as their failure to do so will very likely result in the factory remaining idle indefinately Protracted Meeting Lancaster Dec 10th To all whom it may concern At the Methodist church the Little Church on the Corner on the of December next Tuesday night will begin a series of meetings These meetings will be held for the glory of God the salvation of souls and the pro motion of piety and holiness among the people Now as pastor of the Methodist church I sincerely ask and in Lancaster that loves God and man and this sin and the devil and desires to see the drunkard lifted out of the gutter the miserly moneylover saved from his qpter worldliness into which he is in fearful danger of falling to pray God to blew the ministry of Bro E E flaw son of Mt Sterling who who will come to in the meeting at that JHTUliupf9Mtpr awarded- a examined it raised premium called considering- the V 17th everyman c CL f alight- Ing State suitable beheld dur- Ing woman assist time f T I The Sunday school ray at Pleasant Grove was quite a success due to the untiring efforts of the superintendent Miss Addis Arnold Deadly Sport Reports show that 72 persons have so far been killed during the present season while hunting Among them 2 in Kentucky 24 in Wisconsin 16 in Michigan and 10 in Minnesota For Sale Lancaster Greenhouse for two hun dred dollars if taken at once need not be a florist can sell all the vegetable plants one can raise Satisfactory reason given for selling Call and in vestigate John Christman Prop Moves to Stanford MtVernon regret very much to learn that Mr W K Shugars who for the past three years has been a valued citizen of our neighboring town Brodhead is soon to leave the county to cast his lot with the good people of Stanford where be will take charge of the Stanford Drug Cos bu mess During his stay in Brodhead lie has made many warm friends throughout by his courteous treat ment and many acts of kindness is certainly fortunate in being able to claim among its number Mr Shugars and family Life On The Tripod An exchange explains the obligations of an editor thusly It is the custom of a newspaper man to Doom the city for all it is worth month after month and then see a job of printing go out of town because ten cents can be saved by so doing It is the tusiness of news paper men to give every local enter prize enthusiastic and frequent and then catch hell because he to record the fact that some mer chant had his delivery wagon painted to subscribe to every public charitable and church enterprise advertise them for nothing pay his own way to every thing and then be called prejudiced and mean spirited because a column is not devoted to that particular affair Do you wonder that there are so many cranks in the newspaper business It is hound to make either a crank or a philosopher out of a man Enjoyable Entertainment The Ariel Quartette were the Methodist church by a large and appreciative audience The voices were fine and well modulated the lections ranging from the purely to the lighter veined college songs Each number received hearty applause and several encores were responded to Mr Combs in his native mountain dialect is particularly pleasing In his rendition of The Homeliest Man in Town as in most of his selections humor and pathos combined in a way that brought smiles and tears alter nately to the faces of his audience Simple and unaffected in manner strong in voice and facial expression he won his audience as their close and hearty applause proved Mr Combs is a man of whom Kentuck ians may well feel proud A native of Brethitt county ambitious for an edu cation he found his way to Berea where he continued his course of study until he graduated From there he entered a school in Boston taking a course of sloyd then returning to take his present position in the Manual Training department of his Alma Ma ter Mr Combs is a fine specimen of the magnificient work Berea is doing for the people of Eastern Kentucky While in the East Mr Combs was warmly received and highly compli mented by audiences at Chautauqua N Y and other Eastern cities and our people were fortunate in this of hearing him Senator McCreary Honored Senator Charles A Culberson of Texas was named chairman of the Democratic caucus at a meeting of his party associates in the United States Senate Tuesday and the vice chair manship went to Senator James B McCreary of Kentucky The selec tion of Senator McCreary is even more ot a precedentbreaker than that of Senator Culberson for the Kentucky senior Senator is serving but his first term and the vice chairmanship is rarely given a Senator who has served in the upper branch less than ten years In the last Congress the place went to Senator Blackburn an old stager in the Senate and his had served without party even longer than Senator Black burn After Senator Culberson was conference was held on the vice chairmanship and it was unanimously agreed that the position should go to Senator McCreary The Kentucky Senator had no idea what his party colleagues had in store for him and confessed his surprise and thanks in a short speech accepting the honor The position goes to Senator Mc Creary the floor leadership in the of Senator Culberson and the Kentucky Senator also presides over the Democratic meetings when the Texas Senator Is unable to be present With Culberson and McCreary at the head of the minority in the Senate the Democrats are in a position to put up a good fight all along the line this winter The Coffee Substitute ever made has been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine WIs You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty Made in a minute says the doctor Health is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert were he he to unknowingly drink it for Gill i r SignalWe the connty Stanford send- offs tailed greeted- at see opportunity predecessor recognition elected- a absence produced SIBlpIODe it i I classical attention recently minutes Coffee Coffee L 0 There Is a Reason The report of Chicagos lartrest mail order louse as to the volume of transacted foe the tint mouths of the present year nllord interesting study to the merchant who is interest ed in the mail order house problem While the first four months showed an increase business over the corres ponding period of 1006 durin the ino iths of May and June the decrease in gross ales remarkable In May the amount of business transacted was 837000 less than in May of last year and during June there was 253563 less business done than in June 1906 There certainly is a cause for this It cannot be the result of a general depression throughout the country for reports from every sec tion of the United States show busi ness in the retail lines to be fully up to the normal in fact in the west where the greatest amount of mail order business is done retailers have been doing a greater business than in former years It appears evident that the people are becoming educated to the truth that the mailorder houses are a detriment to the county and ad versely affect those who patronize them Never before has such an ac tive campaign been carried on for home trade When millions upon millions of people have presented to them week after week sound argu ments showing the actual disadvant age of trading away from home it is sure to form opinion that is to Chicago mail order house patron sue The decrease in the mailorder house business to a great extent can be attributed to this active campain that is new being made by dealers and by the different trade Associations Chicago Furniture Journal July 1907 Badly Mixed A braham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the blood pension and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of the them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to perfect health One bottle did me than all the five doctors prescribe Guaranteed for blood poison and all stomach liver and complaints by R E McRoberts druggist 50c 1m WALLACETON Mr James Guiun has moved from his farm to house in Wallaceton Mr J W Wallace sold two fat hogs to Mr Felix Estride at five cents per lb Mr Lewis Bothin has moved to the house lately vacated by Mr Jesse and Lewis Baker and Miss Lou Phillips were visitors at Bakers Sunday Mr J A Baker sold a fat hog to Mr Robert Kidd and also one to Mrs Nunn at five cents per lb Mrs Sarah McNew of Orlands is visiting friends here and attending the meetings a few days Rev Carrier is conducting revival meetings at the Methodist church this week Rev Howes could not come now to conduct quarterly meeting services but will be here on Saturday and Sun day Dec 28 and 29 Mrs J A Baker and daughter were in Berea Friday to visit Mrs V S Wyatt who was so badly burned while trying to save her babv who was burned to death last Tuesday She seems to be recovering nicely A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a verit able wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occured Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaran teed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by R E McRoberts druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m The evil we remember is surpassed by the good we forget When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs al ways fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift known to druggists every where 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 and 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 Special Notice Till further advised bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return on the R R and best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have 500 worth of Dental work done In buying R R ticket take receipt for the money paid for the round trip and the will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to be First class in every respect and to give good satisiaction Only best class of materials used Dr V H Hobson Dennist Richmond Ky Phone No 2 l I I ix n was i unfavorable UpI a KirbyGrace Mr J A Get a prescription Restorativetablets allwho business decrease fourth mod kidney r receipt E UndertakerArt- erial and Cavity Office on Danville Street II rQoJo rXoO I JJBeazle9- I Elibalftl fig rt a avnwo tern FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS STOCK E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED reTlIIIIIITIIIIII Il fill 11 rr 11111 e eoeae a- r I I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment M COY RGGUYNI Bt ARNOLD J 3 BURROWS WOODS 1 l E L WCFISH f Our CusTomers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance J J WALKER President J S Vice Prest Jo SOS ORGANIZED I88j The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5s w SCKPLCS F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNKY Asst ftishr aD WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSOX Hudson T M Arnold Jno A Sunders i J tJ B F JT Walker t f Si- B t THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John Stormes- S C Denny Bookkeeper E 8arctjnC sit IIIflKrorRcnt I R E McRoBERTS Prest J W EUIOKE Cashr- J C ETJBAXKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THO3IAS Asst Cashi The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest tafrwei Vailt ail officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu ness experience are too well Known to need mentioniuir 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 req- UIrement Safe particularly DIRECTORS hr = J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson H K Herndon w R Cook Solicit Youre BusiIlCS H J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price EL Wood T Logan Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L WG Goocb K Perkins J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton I FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS Winter Tourist Tickets CAPITAL 16rooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIBBCTORS ITn UEEN S CRESCENT ROUTE VIA 0 Sale fere Ker 1st 17 lGiieattYg31sS1 K 1111 i6st Ao a rtta 1 efi lieeda aaie- ssLcflipceaLL111dil L Ey 3 4s 0 1 r Until DECEMBER 25th at The ELEPHANT STORE 1i to The Big Safe ContinuesI t 0 I L t 1 0 IWHITE It t l j I NEW STOCK CLOTHING SUITS TOP COATS and RAINCOATS at Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto I H date goods before buying j TTTTTV II We are showing boys knee suits Knicker bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch Plaid and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 1- n p i Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician fe- sgj make at 350 and 400 Be sure and ask to see these shoes OUR Christmas GOODS are now 3 beautiful Come in and see them Morrow McRoberts Modish Millinery COSTHiving only a few Trimmed Hats left I will beginning Monday November 25 sell at cost until all are sold Everybody desiring any thing in tbe millinery line will to can at once Veiling and childrens Headwear special Capsz5cts Irs Alexander Walker i II I I le i f1 i I Jut Smith Pisher I 0YaYe8TS W1 eyS1fr i jJffK rleJlJiJJ XeII I m I f I0 1f AT a 1 r 1f tt I r rIt i i Herring j e L r i Ic areaf 1- r r dowel rt 1 i wR Gossip About M I People A Brief Mcafiea f Ac CwBkiJJ mi Grtay byTh c Wt Are la Mr and Mrs Saufley Hughes were visitors here Saturday Mr and Mrs W A Price visitors in Danville Saturday J Mr and Mrs William Seljlstian are in Louisville for several weeks Mr Charles Dotv of Lexington has teen with Lancaster relatives Miss Allie Yantis returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford Sam Johnson Jr is spending a few days in Frankfort and Louisville Lexington Leader Mr Earl McGar vey has been on a visit to Lancaster Mrs Nannie Evans Bollinar of City is visiting Mr George Evans Mrs John Ballard and daughter have returned from a visit to Stan fordMessrs Harry Robinson and Edgar Dunn of Danville were visitors here SundayMrs L Elkin has returned from a delightful ylsit to Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta H V Bastin and baby are her sister Mrs C F Denman of NIcbolasville Mr and Mrs J E Stormes visited friends in Frankfort and attended the inauguration Mr Thos Bright of Cincinnati was the guest of his sister Miss Lena Bright last week Mrs J M Mount of Bockeympunt Va has been spending a few days here with Mrs J B Mount Mrs Bassett of Louisville is here with her mother Mrs Ann Doty who continues very ill Mr Richard BurnsIde of Louisville visiting his parents Judge B A Burnside and wife Miss Eliza Anderson after several weeks stay with relatives in Preachers ville is again with Miss Llllie Grant son Willie have returned from a delightful visitto her daughter Mrs Joe Eteener of West Ya The pictures of Misses Katharine Coon and Kathleen Walter which ap peared Saturdays Courier Jonnal were quite handsome Misses Clara Collier and Fannie Bedd and Mr Manly Pillion of Crab Orchard and T K Watson attended the Bedd Dunn wedding which took place here Wednesday evening Misses Ollie and Eva Smith of passed through Lancaster Tues day enroute to the wed ding which occurred Wednesday at Pleasant Grove church Bryantsviile Congratulations and good wishes are being sent to Mr and Mrs Herbert Price for their little daughter who just arrived at the home of Mr Goodloe Lackey in Kansas City Mrs Price was formerly Miss Vesta Lackey Mrs J A Araon at six oclock dinner Thursday Judge and Mrs Bell Mr and Mrs Joe E Robinson Mr and Mrs W I Williams Mta Sallie midn and Mrs Bo Bastin The Christawt colors were beautifully broajht out in the many courses served and a evening was peat A literary club has been formed by about thirty ladies of thus city Mrs HKaaffawa was chosen President and Secretary Mrs B E was leader last ber subject was The Pan ama Casa aad she was followed by Mrs J B Kinnalrd Margaret Mowtaa Mies Aaale Herado with aaaermoa aiait sabject will aieet twice aaisBtli aad is of treat tatereittota haw visit- Ing Is Mrs N Millerand I I entertained lira and dab l wee Junction Marie Mrs Charleston London Smith delightful the Friday Mica tbs The bsrL t The marriage of Mr William Dunn and Miss Katharine Bedd was solemn ized Wednesday afternoon at two oclock at the Methodist parsonage Bev J H Williams performed the cere mony In the presence of a few friends The groom is a very prominent farmer of Crab Orchard and is held in great esteem in that city The bride also from Crab Orchard is a lovely young woman and exceedingly popular The happy couple left immediately for a bridal tour Their many friends here wish them every happiness in their new life The marriage of Mr Jake Miller son of Mr and Mrs N Miller of this city and Miss Nannie Morgan of Charles ton West Va was a great surprise to his many friends here The wedding was very quiet and only a few friends present The groom is a resident of Charleston but has many friends in this city and is a very pooular business man The bride is a charming young woman highly accomplished and is a great favorite in Charlestons social circles After their bridal tour they will be at home in Charleston to their many friends A host of friends in Lancaster wish the bride and groom every possible happiness During their stay in Lancaster Judge and Mrs W C Bell have been the recipients of much attention Among the entertainments given in their honor was that by Mrs Joe E Robinson on Wednesday Mrs gave an elegant dinner to which the following guests were invited Jas H Hemphill B F Walter J EStormes B E Embry SCDennyJAAmon D W H Nichols Misses Carrie Currey and Sallie Elkin The color scheme red was carried out during the entire menu Mrs Robinson is a most charm lug hostess and is greately beloved by a wide circle of friends URYANTSVILLE Mr Sam Haselden is sick Mr Tom Dunn Jr was in Lexington several days recently Dr B C Bose and Hogan Ballard were in Lexington last week Messrs Robert Rout and Jeff Dunn were in Lexington Monday Miss Bessie Bolton af Harrodsburg has been visiting relatives here Miss Teyis Carpenter of Stanford has been the guest of Misses Leavell Mr B F Jennings of Danville is vis sting hisdaughter Mrs Sam Haselden Mrs A T Christopher and son Logan of Somerset are visiting Mrs Will Dickerson Mr Mrs J H Dunn were in last week visiting Mr and Mrs Ike S Dunn The Misses Smith of London have been the guests of Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leaver Miss Mattie Mae Leavell entertained the members of the LeavellSmith bridal party Tuesday evening with an elegant dinner One of the most delightful social events of the season was the linen shower given Friday afternoon by Miss Robinson in honor of Miss Mattie Mae Leavell The beautiful home was made more attractive by decora tions of mistletoe and plants the scheme of red and being car ried In the receiving line with Miss Robinson were Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leavell and penter of Stanford Mm Leavell was gowned in champagne silk and looked charming After the guests bad bled the linen was showered upon the brideelect with pretty toast from above An elegant lunch was served Quite a large number were present and Miss Leavell was the recipient of many handsome pieces of Miss Bobinson proved aa bosteai Trial Catarrh treatments are being out free on Bequest by Dr Shoop Wls These tests are proving to the people withouta pen cost tbe great value of this seism tile prescription known to druggists everywhere as pr Snoops Catarrh Beeteiy vMOtb H I Mesdames W C Bell I Bridges- S Mae color out MIssTevla Cur em a lInen 4 I Robinson and Lexington green ideal mailed Racine figs rb bt 7 y BUCKEIE Mr A C Miles made a business trip to Nicholasville Friday Mr T G Best and family of More land have been visiting Mrs J 0 Bogie Mr Isiah Lane bad a stroke of paralyasis Friday evening and is very Ill Mr and Mrs Harmon Davis visited tbe home of Mr Wesley Simpson Sun dayMr Bernard Simpson and Miss Ada Gulley visited their grandmother Mrs MorrisThe protracted meeting at this place closed Sunday night with three additionsMr Humphrey and wife have gone to visit Mrs Humphreys father of Adair county Mr J L Duncan and bride of Bryants ville visited Mr Hiram Bay and family Thursday night Miss Nora Long of Madison county visited her sister Mrs Richard ifrom Friday till Monday Mr Forest Stapp has been confined to his room with lagrippe for severa days is better at this writing Berrryman and children and Miss Maggie Norwood visited their sister Mrs Park Simpson Satur day and Sunday The sale of C P Thompson was well attended and his personal property brought unusually high prices Mr Thompson will leave in a few days for Mo A tickling cough from any sense is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less and safe that Dr Shoop tells everywhere to give it without heal tation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and oronchial 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 Sa cred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure B E McBoberts Truth makes a better cement than taffy ITCH IN THE SKIN NOT IN THE BLOOD Peopl with Eczema Mate Gel You Error by Taking Mvtficln Into Stomach When your hand is scalded with hot water until it blisters and burns you dont drink medicine to cure it Yon apply a healing lotion to the injured skinEczema psoriases salt rheum itch and other such diseases of of the akin cannot be cured by filling the stomach with medicine any more than you can cure a burn by drinking medicine To cure these diseases you must apply the remedy on the part affected The diseases named are caused are caused by germs and the disease goes a nature intended it to beThat mild simple liquid oil of win tergreen properly compounded in D D D Prescription Touts the germs and heals the to perfectly that you can never tell where diseases was No tongue can tell nor pen portray what I suffered for ten years from Eczema writes Mrs B B Latta of Garrison Mo I was treated by best doctors in the west but received no benefit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound well Six or eight months have pawed sad there ta no sign of a return My advice to all is dont delay the we of D D D at owe lied be cured We have carried D D D for a long time because we know it takes sway the itch and we believe it to be an infallible reMedy la the treetmat of BCTMMI and other stir Alststes BBMcKoberULaacatur Burton Mrs Sallie mothers etc the a sensitive barbers stirs the the and Begin w They Bolt Make a Better One Let us show you MOUNT ELKIN Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS We are now displaying a beautiful line of Bohemian Glass Venetian Glass and the celebrated bibbe Cut Glass 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 Frishies Drug Store I tI I l I 9 i i 9 Je c Jc c 0 4 or FORd the celebrated i I r q i I lMorpt 11011tGnPra1 IJIIUlrSANlllZ111ClQ JJwI A ecfHemedy rorCo lion Sour eaVOII- IISConwIsionsfeve sh- uessandLossOF SignatHre of f4Z NEW YORK t b month old EXACT COWDF WRAPPER z c- I C L Agctab1ePrcparation1orAssln llt5nr1saIkIB3we1sdsLCo NOT NARCOTIC SLEER- 7acS1e For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Tilt ct1U ceY IICW YeH CITY CASTORIA CASIOlilA FurnitureCarpets Mattings Oil Cloths Window Shades Easels Costumers Springs and Mattresses Pictnre Frames Glass f Etc Etc Etc Anything not found in stock will be ordered on J terms Your patronage is appreciated Phone 5 p J C ROBINSON j NOTICEELECTRIC LIGHT RATES Having to run longer hours higher prices for labor and the advance in fuel on and after January 1st 1908 we make the following new form rates to citizens and resi dents of Lancaster for each 16 candle power lamp per month as follows Rates For Residences LinoleumsI I r e rw reasonable For 2 lights For 4 lights For 6 lights For For 10 lights For 12 lights 80 per month 150 per month 2 10 per month 260 per month 300 per month 340 per month eo eo 8 lights For 14 lights 3 80 per month For 16 lights 420 per month For 18 lights 460 per month For 20 lights 5 00 per month For all lights in excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of twenty each per month Rates on all Business Houses Hotels Etc For all arc Lamps 84 each per month 2 16 candle power lamps 31 00 month 4 16 candle power lamps 190 month 6 16 candle power lamps 2 70 month 8 16 candle power lamps 340 month 10 16 candle power lamps 400 month 12 16 candle power lamps 4 60 month 14 16 candle power lamps f 20 month 16 16 candle power lamps 580 month 18 16 candle power lamps 6 40 month 20 16 candle power lamps 700 month For all lights la excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of thirty cents each per month All parties are requested to turn their lights out business hours In case they fail to do it the current will be cut off from them Remember it is no benefit to you to let your lights burn after business hours and by you turning them off greatly helps the Electric Light Co These rules will be strictly enforced from now on The above rates are as low as can be made and run an Electric Light Plant so you must turn your lights off after business hours Respectfully Lancaster Electric AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay Ik Few Pare Barms J H KIISNAIRDS General Insurance Agency after Light CD Farmers sisssiusssuisssusesuuss lFiral 1 By llfeCialnllleeo ta Telephone Co I 1 j with Baitia woe 313iiIdossNo7 I t Business Items All kinds of shell nu s at Zinmirs Frnsh Lowneys Candies L Zini luers Christmas goods at June prices tf Haselden Plenty f coke fur Tobacco Stoves a Miiuni EtkmV if Get a basket of fruits and candy vour girl or mother at Ballous See our stoves tf Haselden Bros Buggy and wagon harness are at great bargains W J Romaus I have a large stock of candies fruits for tne holiday trade Ballou Hand made harness at extra prices Haselden Bros Candies The children all say go Ballous to get fresh candy Now is the time to get a cheap W J Romans The largest line of winter robes ever shown in Lancaster are cheap W J Romans Plants kept over winter 25c square foot in advance tf Lancaster Greenhouse Dont forget the place to get winter buggy robe cheap at W Romans I am offering great bargains in gies to make room for my large stock W J Romans Silver knives folks and spoons tf Haselden Bros Watch the window at Wards Dec 7th 1907 r Notice to Tax Pajters Taxes due state and coui ity are due This includes the dog tax call and settle same at one 611 tf C A Arnoia S G C Coal Coal Coal Dont be afraid to pass us your for coal we carry a large stock and can make deliveryBanks Hotel for Rent The Mason Hotel for rent for 1908 Possession given Jan 1 11 22tf E J Mason One good harness and saddle mare for sale at once 91 J Booth Sutton Santa Claus will be in our show win dow next Saturday Watch for him 2t W H Ward Salt Salt Salt A new car just received especially good for cureing meats Genuine Kanawha Banks Hudson Toy wagons and sleds tf Haselden Bros 59 acres of land and timber in 7 miles of Somerset in Pulasklcountv W T l oolin Box 12 Marksbury Ky Our lamps are niceer than ever this year and the price is reasonable 2t W H Ward Velocopedes and tool chests Haseldren Bros Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment the cele brated Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome Zimmers Restaurant Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears 8 16tf We shall as usual be headquarters for everything for Fruits and candies the finest line of toys of every description nicer presents for ladies and young men Dopt buy un til you see our line and we are sure to sell you W H Ward 15 2b Ice skates for girls and beys 2t Haselden Bros Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of los ing your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm property insured G B Swinebroad KyPhone Res 132 tf Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Tues days Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments 1125 tf Miss Sallie Elkin is now devoting her entire time to china decoration sents She extends an invitation to all who are interested to call at her home on Danville street and see her work Warning Notice is hereby given that my son Albert J Back has no authority to sign or use my name in case he does so I will not be responsible there for Tills December 6 1907 Joseph Back 2t Beuna Vista Ky Farm For Sale Farm 340 acres in Hardin countyKy on NoUn river 6 loom boose large barn 200 acres bottom land 925 per Address Box 164 Elizabeth town Ky For Bat rack and dining room furniture 12 6 tf Mrs Fleece Robinson Remember Xmas comes but once a Can any body ever be so mean as tall one sore Ward surely believes they will rewenber them from the UM tohM in Mock t It goln bu Plants bu Saturday PJe e f orders Mrs Notice For Sale 3t tf boxes paying 920 M treated piecesfor tf acre 12 6 tf Sal II bybuying somethingfor A an loi t the pe you 3 sprin no yea G tie s Presents for your friends at Ballous Frcsl h me mircrtwJi the esf evvr wade ai Zimmeis tf Ian heulqiirfers Prof Lippard wants ambitious sin dnnts enter Mi Business Colleuo 2 ft Dir mis U 4r r For Rent 2 bed Rooms in Thompson building over Wards si ore fur IJOS Will rent rooms either furnished or empty Apply to W H Ward The examination for appintees to the Normal Department of State College will be held at the office of the County Superintendent Dec 20 and 21 2t Jennie Higgins I invite all my friends and others friends to come to my store and see my o stock before they buy Price my can dies oranges and bananas in fact 1 handle a little better than others Ballot Lost in Danville Monday Dec 9 a y pocket book containing 1200 in y money also a check for 8000 on the Stanford Bank Finder return to Mrs Emma E Daniel Lancaster and receive reward 2t Taken Up As Estray Black sow pig weight about 60 lbs r when came to my place latter part of October Owner can have same by proving properly and paying expenses 20 S H Bates Remember the Date The ladies of the Methodist church will have then annual Ayruii sale and will have an exchange iu cuuuecuou Your uaLroujiye will be much appreciated lice 1411 lu ihoujpsou room ou Dauvilie street The Doll Sale Remember the doll sale begins next Friday afternoon Dec 18 and cuutui ues through Saturday All are iuvii ed to cah and see the handsome dis play Chocolate whipped cream case will be served for the small live f Prof Lippard will be here next week to get the Business College organized to open Jau 2 lie wishes to see an interested Every young person mtei r ested should enter at Lhe opening aud obtain a business education Nothing pays better See Prof Lippard next week sure 4t Holiday Rates Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale December 20 21 22 23 24 2530 31st 1907Vaud January 1st 1908 with nual limit January Cih 11H8 Ask ageuu for particulars or write H U KLg C P A Lexington Ky Doll Sale and Exchange The C W B Ai will hold a doll sale and exchange at the Stormes room ou Danville street oa Dec 13 and 14 A nice sto3k of dolls and a bouutiful 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 Knights of Phythlas Take Notice At a regular meeting of Knights of Pythias last Friday evening it was voted to change the meeting night to Thursday evening instead of Friday evening as at present It was also voted that we have an oyster supper on Thursday evening Dec 12th All Knights in goodstanding are expected to attend VV ui Zanone C C 2C J Joseph K RS Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National hank at their house on Tuesday January 11 th 1908 to elect directors to serve ensuing year Dec 10 1907 B F H UDSON Cashier Election Notice There will be an election held by the share nolders theNationaI Bank of Lancaster Ky at its bank building January 14 1908 for the purpose of electing five directors for tbe ensu lug year S C DENNY Cashier Dec 10 1907 CASTOR I A for Infants and Children The KM Yon Hays Always Bovgtt Bears the Signature of Bat What You Like Dont Starve or Diet but use Miona and Cure YQur Stomach Troubles The average of stomach troubles consists of a rigid diet list which often half starves the patient Of course it would be foolish for any one who knows that some foods are positively harmful and poisonous to continue eating them even while fol lowing the Miona treatment but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it is not necessary to starve or diet if Miona is faithfully used a tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the cure of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and strength ens the organs so that they are able to digest any food that is eaten with out fear of distress If you suffer from loss of appetite belching of gases sour taste in the mouth tongue severe pains in the of the stomach depression of spirits bad dreams lack of energy a stomach cough offensive breath headaches back aches loss of strength and weight you can be that these troubles are all due to imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by taking a Miona tablet before each meal and soon you will gain in weight strength Wilt return and your food will give nourishment so that the jich red blood will carry good health to every part of the system We have so much confidence in the power of Miona to cure stom ach troubles and resulting ins that we glve a guarantee with every 50 cent box to refund the money ulev t cures R McRoberts Druggist mad for tn r with it sumo cent via bunk- Ing d f treatment furred region assured i t o c of 1 l i 1i1ILiltilcu ant E 5 A Dangerous Deadlock thsusomfinips terminates fttnlly is ti stoipue Mve lunve fiisc tic s in quirk Iv d ihiswmditfon vvlthon dNayre Hhte M siMons Dr Kiiiiis New Life should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory every case or money h k McRiberfs druir store Most of our difficulties are neglected duties Heres Good Advice O S Woolever one of the best known mQichanrs of Rapsville N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Guaranteed forsores wounds burns or abrasions 25c at lm Public Sale As executor of the estate of W J Gillispie the undersigned will on SATURDAY DEC 14 1907 on his farm near Lowell county Kentucky at 10 oclock a m sell to the highest bidder his personal property consisting of cattle cows and calves 5 work mules 1 sorrel mare 100 sheep 7 sows and 18 shoats 250 of wheat corn tobacco and other farming products farming implements of all kinds household and kitchen furnitureTerms All sums of 10 and under cash over that amount a note will be required with approved security due in three months from date of sale At the same time and place the farm of 626 acres will be rented either publicly or privately for the year 1808 possession given at once The manner of cultivating the farm and terms will be made known on day of sale State Bank Trust Co Dinner Served Exr I anti in It E 5 1m- w apply R E drug store bushels i tt STATE NORM AH Tue Midwinter Term Wliith is the rush term Opens January 2 1st Do you want to be a working unit in the livest most ambitions and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky- If so see your County Superinten dent now about an appointment to free tuition if you have not already done so and write to the President of the E K S N S for a catalog telling him what studies you desire Address R N Roark Richmond Ky Heart Strength Self actually diseased It is almost always a simply needs and must have more power more stability more controlling more governing strength Without that the Heart must continue to fail and the stomach and kidneys also have these same controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr the cause of all this painful palpitating suffocat ing heart distress Dr Restorative this popular alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds helpIfgestion strengthen these nerves reestablish them as needed with Dr Shoops cleared bvDDD enthusiastic Heart Strength orHeartWeaJmess means Nerve faultThis muchforprescriptionis RestorativeR This face oil PosItively quick I Mrs J M Daniels of Winchester Kr says For fifteen years I bad sores on face They got worse all the until I was ashamed to go out on When I did I had to wear aveil My face itched and burned so I thought I had tried every remedy I could hold of I C I never could get rid of iu One day a remedy had fried not care but thought one would not snake much difference The itching and burning stopped right away and and I almost now y face isall clear was before I got the disease 4 bad to use a great many bottles but having my skin cured is worth ten BO much s I spent Ithank you and hope yoa 11 kinds of success tWf JWWbr tbaf fi artiailM tlfet tot every taiatof this terrible dir cleared away bj the iroaflerhl P D D SUE McRoberts thestreet X would IrO crazy rJienCJ recommended your more soon BlY face to dear slow and like it times t this qsft cm1 was bcian It was work butiperailted a i CURES Coughs andCoMs Pneumonia and Consumption F fey H My and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if tionsy aIId 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 Folcys EiOMy and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember tbs name Fotoys H ney and refuse any substitute offered Do nottake chances with some unknovrm preparation that costs you the same vhem you can get F tays H n y and The that cdsta y U lie RMra ad is safe and ceztaia in results Contains a opiates Cvrcd After Physlcfam Said Urn Had Cen imrti H E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eightyears ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Honey and Tar which gave ma so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottle cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs that time Three SOc The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six time as much Sill MO lECIIKIiEl IT C C E Stormes Commissioners Sale of Land GARUAISD CIRCUIT Couitx Stephen L Walker etc PIffs vs Elizabeth Walker etc Dfts By virtue or a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1907 in the above styled action 1 as Master willonMONDAY Dec 23 1007 between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p m it being County Court day sell at the court House door in Lancaster Garrard county Ky to the highest and best bidder the following real property situated in Garrard county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a fence post and a black walnut pointer in a small drain corner to R 0 McLean thence down said drain with its meanders and with said McLean N 86 W 10 84 poles N 3Ui Y 16 poles N 13i W 31ii poles to a stake in said drain about six feet above a marked elm a young walnut also a pointer thence down the drain N 55 W 11 40 po es N 39 W 6 poles N 77 W 6 poles N 51i W 24 poles N 36 W 20 poles N 221 W 15 poles to a stake to same and Robert Guliey thence with said Gulley S 66J W 5Si poles to a plum tree corner to same N 86 W poles to a stake on a branch corner to same N 40 W 14ipoles to the middle of the Lancaster and Buckeye turnpike corner to samethence with the middle and meanders of said turnpikeS 57 W 9 5 53i W 42 poles S 9 W 18 poles S 26 E 10 36 poles to a point in the middle of said pike corner to Baylor Jennings thence leaving the pike S 62 3 80 poles to a point at the east bank of Sugar Creek corner to same thence down said creek N 73 W 14 poles to a stake in the creek thence S 56 W 6 poles to a stake in the east edge of a stable on the west bank of creek thence up the creek with its meanders and with Clarks line N 77 E crossing the turnpike 40 poles thence E 22 poles S 541 E 42 poles S 44 E 29 poles S 69 E 88 poles S 891 E 13 poles S 72 E 10 poles N 31 E 3 poles to the forks of branch thence up the right hand ho lowS 71 E 71 poles to a stake in James Tantis line thence with his line N 70 E 56 poles to a stone corner to Yantis thence N 22J E 80 poles to the containing 1451 acres and 4 poles It being the same land conveyed to James H Walker by J B Sanders on September 5 1890 by a deed recorded in Garrard County Clerks office deed book 10 page 339 Said land will be sold as a whole and said sale Is made for the purp s of a division of tli proceeds of said land amoi g the widow and heirs at law of said James H Walker deceased TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 mouths and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds of installments with good security payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from date ofsale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase money J M ROTHWELL Master Garrard Circuit Court This Dec 4 1907 R H Tomlinson Atty for Puffs CMBMbaiteers Sale fLui 643x430 CIRCUIT COURT John Stormes PlalatifL L JKoehler etc Defendants j Sli r r ill 1U torL ttrt noIry and TAR 1 PREVENTS results Foley coughsthe Tarand Foleys since sizes25c 100 J Commissioner described corner 24 poles S 431 W 15 poles S 601 W 25 poles W aforesaid te inning thesale of Com Jvs JBlYIdM or or tMGsr 4 I I I t autsaut I t rard Circuit Court rendered at its November term lOOT in the above styled action 1 as Master Commission er w H n aionci y Dee 23 WOT be tweew the hours or lu A 3t r 3r it being County Cult D sell at tha Court Ilciiis floor in Lancaster Gar rarrt County the highest and best tiidflpr tiC f owin red propertysituated Gurrard Cuim x Ky ni th hernlvvurers of Pain L Crfek nn 1 t mnci d as follows Keuhining at a stake white oac anti two hickories and two black oaks all sapling pointers at or near J B Car ten corner of his little Partner tract and corner of Humphrey Bate survey 18 acres supposed corner of tbe uhf survey thence line o same 5 47 W passing t young white oak pointer between J B Carters 22 acre tract of VVo cirs land and the Jackson 50 acre tract at 31J poles a small oak in a gulley at 109i poles a corner between said Alfred Jacksons land and C W Montgomerys C D Woods timber tract and passing a stake on a hillside corner between Montgomery and Jenny Bakers tim her tract at 19I poles and passing a chestnut stump lately cut down sour wood hickory and oak at 249i poles H corner between saia Baker and F J Conns heirs and thence with liner of said Conn S 62 i V 93 i poles to a stake at the point of a ridge 2 black oaks and chestnut oaks nnrked on the east side of and near a narrow gap sup posed corner to said Conns heirs thence S 33i crossing line at 218 poles passing another of Scrog gins line at 265 poles in all 29 poles to tour young hickories on the east side of the dividing ridge between Fall Lick and Cupper Creek waters about sx or eight poles from the top of said thence K 67 E crossing a branch at IS poles passing a oalc and gum marked as a corner at 40 poles crossing a prong of Cedar Creek branch at 136 poles crossing the ridge Dividing Copper Creek waters White Lick waters at 247 roles passing a large white oak marked as a corner at 256 poles passing A Muberlies line at a branch at 209 poles to a chestnut oak pine and red jac thence X 35 W 282 poles to the beginning containing 600 acres and being the same described ar the fourth tract n from Ludwig j Koehler and others to E L Koehles dated 18th of 1899 recorded in deed book 15 page 124 Garrard County Clerks office which deed conveyed to E L Koehler the one undivided i form erly owned by F A Koehler deceased conveyed the dower interest of Fanny II Koehler the widow of said F A Koehler From this is a small portion cut off Included said 600 icre tract is all the land in the boundary described to witrThe McCormick tract or 50 acres and Dwight Woods 50 the Horace Woods 50 acres and all the land belonging to E Koehler within said boundary Said sale is made for tho purpose of realizing tbe sum of 67500 which is plaintiffs debt inter est and costs approximately to date of sale Said land will be sold by the acre and in the event that a less number of acres than the whole brings the above debt interest and costs no more of said land will tesold than that number of acres and the commissioner will said number of acres to the pur chaser upon his compliance with the terms of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of6 and 12 months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to er Master Commissioner for said pur chase money bearing six percent inter est per annum from date of sale untilpaid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having r r ii4nnrnr thelandchase money This Dee 5 1907 J 51 ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court Herndon Herndon attys for Puffs Commissioners Sale of Laid Garrard Circuit Court Leslie 0 Harber as Guardian cPIffvs Ida Austin Harber DeftBy virtue of a judgement of the styled action 1 as Master Commis sioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 23rd 1007 between the hours of 10 a m and ip m it being County Court day sell at the Court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to thehighest and best bidder the following Poor Ridge Turnpike and bounded asfollows Beginning at a point in or near the middle of the Poor Ridge Pike corner to the 50t acres allotted to Leon Aus tin with 2 E 850 chains to a point on West side of pike in old road SUES chains old road corner to the toll house lot thence with line of said lot N 85 12 Brothers at 270 to a stone which is 12 12 links from a wild cherry ley all 5 75 chains to a corner toTinsley now set on South side of fence thence still with Tinsleys JT 76J W 14 60 cbainsto a stone in said Tinsleys line in a drain corner to Austins up said drain N 4i E passing an tree or hornbean at about ten or twelve links in all 303 chains to an elm on the north bank of said chains to a stone N E J 35 and being same land conveyed to Ida Austin by deed from J no W Miller Master Commissioner on behalf of Alma and Leon Austin dated August 15 1903 and recorded in Cow tv Clerks office in deed book 21 mu413L Said tract of land will be sold as awhole and said sale is made for the the defendant in this action TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit ofsix months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good securitypayable to the under signed Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 per cent interestper annum from date of paid having the force and eXact ef ajudgment upon which execuifea issue if notpaid at maturity A will also be upeit tile land sold for the pajmeat of pvcaae money Tote Dee 41937 J M ROTfimCLL MaeterConr Garrard Omit OrarkW J Attjfer Pit I Ute tIt described in k 5 Owsey C B Alfred whit alc Scrug ins rid marked white rom adeed Feb also deducted i with acres L purchases A the force and effect a Circuit itsNovember situatedin thence alon and said pikeS thenceSW passin corner said lot and Tinsley 12 chains tree thence on same course with Tins in Leon Austin part thence with said ironwood thence up a small N 5i w7 65 5 chainsto salem I Ilea Price p ICe acre 0 survey drtin drain proceeds the I r The Central Record Supplement Lancaster Ky Dec 13 1907 STONE Mrs Mary A Sanders sold one hog for 6 50 Mrs Julia Folger of Somerset is the guest of her dnugher C S Sanders visited here last Satur day night and Sunday Miss Pearl Sanders visited her sisters near Bourne part of last week Miss Linnie Preston visited Miss Beatric Sanders last Saturday night and Sunday C S Sanders and wife visited her mother Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick Sunday Miss Gertrude McQuerry of Jessa mine county visited Miss Flora Lee Wiley last week Miss Ella V Hicks of Loyd visited her Grandmother Mrs Joe Hicks near Stone last week Miss Alice Sowvder of this place visited her mother at Paint Lick from Saturday until Sunday Mrs George McQuerry and daughter Miss Gertrude visited her sister Mr Jim Stone last Sunday night Misses Willie and Bessie Pierce of Hyattsville visited their Grand fath er Mr J M Sanders at Loyd last Tues day and Wednesday Personally Conducted Tour to Florida and Cuba Arrangements have been made by L A Lucas Secretary F L Tours Agency of Cincinnati to conduct via the Queen Crescent Route of boll day tour to Florida and Cuba stopping at the most important points at each place and returning via the Land of the Sky and the Sapphire Country The special party will leave Cincinnati Christmas Evening Dec 25th at 800 P M in private cars One expense in eludes the whole tour including trans portation hotels carriages and meals Write for itinerary giving cost Ad dress Chas W Zell D P A Queen Crescent Route Fourth Cincinnati Ohio 2t Christmas Candies I Best candies oranges and bananas always found at Ballous Flour Flour Flour Ballards Obelisk strictly first pat ent and none better try a barrel that is the cheapest way to buy f Banks Hudson CARD FROM LEADINGDRUGGISTS Liberal Offer to Treat Worst Case of Catarrh To the Editor We have such an unusual offer to make to your readers one that will be of the greatest value to them that we hope you will give this letter prominent location For some time we have had an opportunity to watch the results following the use of Hyomei a for catarrh that cures breathing medicated air absolutes without any stomach dosing The re suits have been so remarkable that we feel justified in making a public offer to treat the worst of catarrh with the understanding that if Hyomei does not cure it will cost absolutely nothing People who have spent a great deal of money with catarrh deriving but little benefit have seen almost immediate good results from the use of Hyomei and con tinued treatment with this remedy has resulted in a complete and cure The complete Hyomei outfit costs only 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Should this not be enough for a cure extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and we guarantee the treatment will cost nothing unless it cures Very yours R E McRoberts Druggist Vine Sts r it- t I treatment ca I specialists lasting vestpock- et I remember t I truly r- HI Jewelers LANCASTER KENTUCKY We have our usual handsome line of GOODS Now on Display It is even more Varied and Complete than ever before We invite you to inspect it Early while we can give you Personal Attention DONT MISTAKE THE PLACE LANCASTER KENTUCKY 0 0 s 1 HOLIDAY Come MORROW Morrow n MACROBERTS