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I THE JCENTRA3L RECORDLANCASTER EY FRIDAY JANUARY 3 IH08 4 f a tC 81104 4 i srxseivritr bargains in Dry Goods Dress Goods Shoes Etc as This is Time of Year when the old established business houses put on es pecially low prices to1 clear out winter stock You know this is never done until after the Holidays that is by those who mean business Call onus and Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporated- We must realize money on all accounts and you will do us a favor by settling now see I J c Itot I p BOURNE Mrs Ed Grow who has been seriously ill is reported much better Wm Duncan sold a nice bunch of hogs to S N at 425 per cwt Mr Samuel Morford and family were with friends in Danville Sunday Miss IDa Gulley spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Loula Montgomery Mr and Mrs Lish Forbes of McCreary were with relatives here several days last week son H Dare were guests of Mrs J H Durham at Bryan tsville Pierce cf Pineville re turned home Saturday after a pleas visit with Miss Rovesta Turner Henry and Fox Turner delivered their tobacco at Nicholas ville last week at 9 and 10 cents per lb Mr Luther Ray wife and little son spent Sundav with her parents Mr and Mrs Albert Huffman near Marksbury BEUNA VI TA Mr Howard Askins is visiting hill uncle in Louisville Mr Virgil Scott and wife visited in Jessamine last week Mrs Chas Scott entertained a nun ber of friends at dinner last Friday Miss Ora Poor spent the holidays with her aunt Mrs Aldick in Mays yule Henry Teater of Buckeye spent Saturday with his mother Mrs Martna Teatei Mrs Will Scott and children spent a few days of last week with relatives In Mercer Messrs Will and James Christopher attended the funeral of Mr Cook at Lexington last Friday Mr Hugh Askins will leave soon for Missouri where he will engage in farming with his brother f There was mi preaching at I Olive Sunday owing to the serious ill t teens of the pastor Rev Russ Miss Margaret Christopher of South Elkhorn has been spending tbe holidays with ber cousin Miss Alice Scott Mr John Johnson was in Richmond last week at the bedside of his brother B law Ion Cuid who is quite ill of paeMonia Will Cook Sr a former resident of this place died at his home iu Lexing tike lest Wednesday night He has jigertsr of relatives and friends thai MetioB who exteod synpatby to Morford Mrs TN Aldridge and Miss Sallie I Ed ia ton relatives I taIIlUl 1 s F tit r E v i ttsdliletier t The Use Once a wise man built a large house He said 1 will place in this house many bureaus There shall oe bureaus on all sides in all the rooms They shall be large reaching from the floors to the ceiings and in these bureaus there shall be hundreds and hundreds of Then I will say to my wife This one little bureau drawer down here in the lefthand corner of the cellar under thestairway is mine All the rest of the bureau drawers my dear are yours And the house of the wise man was finished and in it were one mile of bureaus and in the bureaus there were 14000 drawers And it was late Saturday night when the last load of furniture was moved into the house and put in place Sunday morning this wise man arose with a light heart He tiptoed to the little drawer down under the stairway in the cellar to get himself a clean shirt and a change of underwear He paused and exclaimed At last have a private drawer He stopped and pulled the drawer and looked in It was stuffed to the top There were VeilsPads Feathers Buching HairpinsRed Blue ribbons Safety pins PetticoatsSilk Powder puffs Tufts of hair Corset covers Carpet slippers Trading stamps And other articles too numerous to mentionThe man dug out his stiff shirt his underclothes and clean collar and carefully wrapped then in an old paper He carried them to his room and shoved them under his bed Then he went out doors and medita Lams SheuMer Cured Lamp shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and quick lv yields to a few applications of Chair berlams Pain Bain Mrs F H Me Elwee of Boistown New Brunswick writes Having been troubled for some time with a pain in my left shoulder I decided to gigs loins Pain Balm a trial with the result that I got proapt wMet For What I news- t ted lot 1 P lItsalebyF Friable Local Items The newly organized Literary Society The Gleaners will meet in in the Sunday School room of the Christian church Friday afternoonTat 230 Handsome Funeral Car Undertaker W 0 has lust a very handsome funeral car It is of the latest d6jnf very larKe with rubber tires and a m dei in every way The Garrard county Endeavor union will hold arally at the Christian church Saturday the to which the public is cordially invib ed The exercises will begin at 10 oclock A M Everybody cordially Invited K C passenger train TSo 29 due at 153 was delayed six hours one day last week by the tender jumping the track at the Price crossing just above town The tender was turned spuare ly across the track and the wrecking train had to be sent for No one was injured Several Small Firs Lancaster had several close calls from big fires during the holidays but the water works and quick work pre vented it The Lancaster Steam Laundry J A Beazleys residence and the residence of J W Sweeney all slightly but fortunately nothing serious resulted Kill Em Judge Judge and Mrs M D Hughes have moved to the property on Water street they recently purchased of Mrs Osee Huffman Lawyer W I Williams says it is so far out that Judge Hughes brings his dinner to town in a rather than make the walk J B Mount also says the Judge remains at home after supper being afraid to 4U1ig lark street alone The K P Move The Knights of Pythias decided at last meeting to move their quarters from over the National Bank into the Odd Fellows rooms over Gill Simp sons grocery The next meetng will be held in the new quarters The lodge has a number of chairs stands etc which will be sold at a very great largain to the first one applying for same See Dr Acton or J Joseph for particulars A Word of Warning Since Lancaster has a splendid of water works the people have taken up the idea that a big fire cannot occur This is a tool ish notion and The Record wishes to impress upon the people the very im portant fact there is always danger from fire especially so in winter Do not become careless and leave trash matches old papers etc lying around but exercise the greatest care Of course the water works prove a great help but should a fire break out in the middle of night it would be im possible to secure enough help to get the hose wagon to your house in time to save it Go over your premises from cellar to garret get out all the old rubbish and take every precaution against fire in other words In time of peace prepare for war A Quiet Christmas The Christmas holidays were quiet in Lancaster The boys fired many crackers but the ab sence of pistol shooting so annoying and dangerous heretofore was highly appreciated by the people The tree at court house in which all denominations joined was very Every child was given an orange and candy while many handsome pres placed thereon for other folks The big was packed with people and the occasion was great ly enjoyed Mr J B Mount made an ideal Old Santa There were several parties given by the young folks and the festivities will close with the dance at K P Hall tonight There was very little drinking during as stated above the week passed off both quietly and pleasantly Fire In Ye Editors Home A fire which came near resulting in loss of property was the Stormes flats on Danville street one night last week and but for coolness and hard work would doubtless have destroyed that building and several joining it The fire caught the sills under the tile hearth In front room of apartments of Louis Landram and had eaten away the ends of the before even the ordor of smoke was by those in the room Instead of raising an alarm Mr Lan dram quietly summoned the aid of six or eight good men the hose wagon was brought and a line run into the the front window Chief of Police Beazlev then cut holes in the floor and the fire upon getting air began to burn briskly Not until the tile hearth mantel and flooring were chop pod away was the fire extinguished The damage to building will reach possibly S200 while the editor of The Record is damaged almost as much by breakage of furniture to say nothing of the lime dirt and water thrown over all his belongings We wish beie to express our thanks to the gentlemen who did heroic with work in protecting our The ire originated from a badly con structed grate or bwejliBg work in failure to cut awmj eaough of joisti wbea the pay whit pit unfortunately Christmas enjoyable ents were courtroom the holidaysand discovered- in property- r rbi received Chrisusn lit suffered lunch- box system unusually cannon serious detected humble each the fa- l h Money for jurors is ready for pay ment F S Hughes Examinations The examination for graduates from the public schools will be held at thts office of the County Superintendant on Friday and Saturday Jan 25th tf The trains have been running late but are about right on as railroad men say The delays have been caused by the heavy Christmas travel The merchants are well pleased with the Xmas trade Most all the stocks were sold Quite a lot of goods were ld on credit however which is bad for both merchant and customer The Ambitious soy A boy at seventeen determine for himself he will be a simple burden bearer vr others long as he liyes a leech of society or whether he will be a useful and successful man It the boy at this age has no ambitiftt to be any body and is content to let things flicker and take his other just like him frittering his op portunities to acquire knowledge and caring only for the trivialiies of life he can make up his mind to carry a hod ride the break beam of a car or dodge the police as long as he lives or he can resolve to be a man in the highest sense seek every means for physical mental and moral growth and development and must graduate into the ever widening of utility and success It matters little what his boyhood environment may be if he but has the ambition and well grounded purpose he will climb out of Press The Hello Girl Aside from its practical use the most notable production of the era in America is the hello girl at the central office She has been the theme of song and story and of comic papers She gets ful subscribers OD sapces from grate cussings the other 364 she is a machine Under the allsee ing eye of the chief operator she pulls plugs makes connections snaps busy now or queries waiting just as a machine mifht do But in the coun try she chews gum and trims her bangs and looks out of the window all she wants to She is a bureau of and a repository of family secrets She is next to all the neighborhood gossip and has everybody in the at her nal Mr Helm Fares Well The makeup of the committees of the House was announced just before the adjournment of Congress for the holidays Hon Harve Helm the new Congressman from this district is said by those who should know to have fared better in these committee than any new member from this State if not better than any new Democrat in the whole House He was not only placed on two committees while the others were given only one but both his committees are among the most important known in House legislation The Committee on Insu lar Affairs which has charge of affecting the Phillipines and our other island possessions was ths committee to which Mr Helms distinguished predecessor was assigned during the last term of his eight years service Mr Helm not only succeeds Mr Gilbert on this committee but is also given a place on the equally im portant Committee on Public Buildings It is not remem bered at Washington when any new member was placed on either of these committees and it is assumed that the member from the Eighth already stands high in the estimate of the minority leaders BoianDavis One of the prettiest weddings solemnized during the holidays was at the home of Mr and Mrs R C Boian when their lovely daughter Dora was united in marriage to Mr Sam Davis Rev Bryant joined them as one in a beautiful and impressive manner The bride is a very fair young girl with a lovable disposition and winning She is a leader in the social circle and will be greatly missed by the young folks of the neighborhood The groom is a son of Mr John Davis and is a prosperous farmer They will make their home near Wallaceton A reception was given them by his parents also a lovely dining by his sister Mrs G W Conn Under a aloud less sky does this young couple enter upon lifes journey with the best wishes of a host of friends A friend The Pure Food Law Secretary Wilson says One of the objects of the law is to inform the con sumer of the presonce The law re quires that the amount of chloroform opium morphine and otherhabit form ing drugs be stated on the label each bottle The manufacturers Chamberlainls Cough Remedy have al ways claimed that their remedy did not comtaln any of these drugs and the truth of this claim is now fully proven as no mention of them is made on the label This remedyis not only one of the safest but one of the best in use for coughs and colds Its value has been proven beyond question dur log the many years it has been in general use For sale by Frisbfes Dref Store 24 l can p wilt minded simp chance with a ay itPittsburg Urn gtt InC mercyCourierJour I important Expenditures- on manners of of J f 2 r p ani s racticall y r as field telephone and information community assignments everything Y la- Y K p Queer Law It fg not generally known that pest masters and their clerks are not com pelled to make change for you when you make purchase at Uncle Sams office fs a queer rule that not one in a dozen persons know Buyers of stamps or any other purchases at a postoffice must furnish their own change i e the postmaster could insist on the buyer furnishing his own change if he saw fit to do it but is always ready and willing to accommo date the public by making the change If a man or woman wishes to buy fifty cents worth of stamps and has nut a silver dollar he or she be com polled to buy a of stamps or go and get the dollac changed or do without the stamps if the postmaster was stubborn and refused to make change This is the law and a queer one And postmasters are not com pelted to take more than twentv five pennies at a time if they dont want The Cheerful Man What a boone he is to everybodys life Like a bright sunrise and a gen tie South wind coming together on a f winter morning he is to all who cross his path He brushes cheerily along knocking grief and disappointment I out of his path and leaving it fringed j with flowers says the Ohio State Jour nal Such a man is worth a great deal to the world more than his money his wisdom or his ambitious schemes People feel a sort of pleasure just see ing him coming down the street and Such men are a blessing to a town They make one feel that the town Is growing is more beautiful more than a place just to eat and sleep feels that the town is degenerating that things are going wrong and that the evil spirit is trying to put a little malice In his heart and be goes home and meets his wifes smile with a feel amount of good iipejsnt realize the world But it is his nature jn the cannot help it Heaven has picked him out as one of its angels and he is faithful to his mission Every day some fellow has been made happy by his pleasant smile and genial good morning and if one has a bit cf with him It passes like an ex change of compliments To be cheerful may not be so great a these virtues Food For ThougHt When a catalogue comes from your mail order house draw an easy chair glasses that no bargains may est your eye What a wonderful book itVv is to be for what it f does not contain as well as what it Q does We miss some things we would be glad to see Where is their offer to pay cash or exchange goods foy wheat a oats corn beans butter eggs and hay How much do they pay for cattle sheep and hogs f o b at your depot How much tax will they to your schools and educate your children tor improving roads and bridges the support of the poor of the county for the expenses of running the business of precinct county and On what page is their offer to contribute money to the church What line of credit will they extend to you when your crops are poor and money gone when through illness or misfortune you are not able to send cash with order for groceries cloth ing farm tools and crockery Where is their offer to contribute to your en tertainment next year What did they ao last year In short will they do anything to provide a market for what you have to sell thereby keep up the value of your farm Will they do for social school or govern ment support or do they take the dol lars out of your community with no returns except the goods you buy A Question If you were called upon to pick a man who is qualified to fill my office in Garrard County and could do so any day without assistance from any body whom would you select Education of Chinese Women Three scholarships for Chinese girls have been offered at Wellesley col lege and the empress of China will the girls The Chinese govern ment Is now establishing schools for girls but they are far from In character There are In Tien tsin five girls schools under supervision with about 250 worn en and girls in attendance So great Is the need of women teachers that the viceroy of one of the provinces Is about to open a womans normal school Many Firsts Williams college situated llamstown Mass was the first to send out missionaries the first to send out a scientiic expedition the first to Issue a catalogue the first to establish an astronomical observatory the first to form an alumni association and the first to give Its alumni a voice In Its management by the election of representatives upon the board t trustees j enoughto would I onedoesnt Alu U5plclon butIt shinefull surewonderful support anything satisfactory at VII college C a This dollars worth them aloudgetting business pay state select government w 1 IiI fg 1 YOUR account is now past due and we I must have the m m ii without delay This means all who I owe us Now lets see will be the first to call andi SETTLE I e MONEY who i Elli J IASELDEN BROS His Lack of Originality Poor man gushed the sym visitor stopping In front of what brought you here prisoner insitfepmily responded the ewers to that bright an lashed time and again I1 Pub think of anything particularly smart or original to add to the collection Please pass on the next cage Chi cago Tribune Preparing for the Future So you want more wages T said the warden of the penitentiary Thats what I do answered the cook This talk of punishing trust magnates is getting me more nervous every day If Ive got to learn to cook terrapin and lobster a la Newberg I want to be called a chef Star Reported Verbatim poor dear little thing I womanly protest again this is not children but just a port of what she said while her band was baiting a fish hook Detroit Free Press LINGUISTICS LI LJ pathetic i quest ntbg want more pay And whats more I Wash- Ington so the howeHowcanNo brothers n stenograp ty to h I Sit 44 and pain ands nt J The language of flowers But vegetables and other things have a language SouriretooLa City and Country Houses must be doing finely He tells me he has a country house and a city house Binks He has He takes care of my country house In winter and my city house In Y Weekly Cause for Grievance Lawyer A fair client of mine wants to sue old Buckstobura for breach of promise grounds has she fortune teller prophesied that hed marry her and he done Leader Sure ef a lite Anyhow Well mused the summer resort er theres oae thing certain a man Is always sure of a few bites oat here fish may aot bite but the qultoes do Detroit Free Press Mere Family Repartee Wile I could have married a dose better men taaa yon Hasbaad Aad em ru 1ft Detroit Free Press JinksWinks summerN JudgeWhat LawYerA itCleveland oe too eo I L base The oat talked t j THE STREAM THAT QUIT A little stream within a glade Said In a fretful tone one day jjjToo scant respect to me is paid hg Im slighted in a shameful way J Now just for spite Ill cease to run J And cause the mills to stop below Theyve overlooked the work Ive does Ill make them very sorry though The little stream forthwith went dry But far below the mill wheels turned TjjWater In the creeks was high Nobody seJiJ on unconcerned That in a care or know A slender stream had cil somewhere I There still was water flow j You too are tempted oft to deal A stunning hopedestroying blow You think if you should quit no wheel In all that splendid works would go But ere your anger is displayed Pause and bestow a thought or two Upon the stream within a glade That quit though no one ever knew Chicago RecordHerald NO LIE I IJ r pea e 1 j I I i d J 1 Ned and wo j sever lie Gamme No but theyre sometimes placed In mighty awkward positions by the people who do From Start to Finish Be mine he implored Certainly she replied And so they were married and Beware he cried Oh fudge she exclaimed So they were divorced aad lived happily ever after Chicago Dally Then He Melted Away Count Hickoff You refuse se ze oae kiss WIlY at Newport 1 was loinizedMiss thought perhaps were galvanized Count Hickoff Galvanized Bow extraordinary you do speak Why Miss yoa have such a hard cheek Chicago DeUjr News A Sip Which Failed Young Husband Seems to me dear this chicken is pretty tough Young Wife I know it Is Del I cant understand It at all 1 picked it out myself Did you examine it closely Indeed I did 1 looker la its Boatm the irst tains and I coald see it aadat eves eat its ant teeth yetr N Y Weekly Sufficient Credentials Careful pareat Before I CM gtv consent to your proposed aurriage to sly daughter I mast know thing about yoar character Saitor Certalaly sir la mj bask book Careful Parent after a claaea Take her My PokerFigures I News TabascoI TabascoBecause sy 4 r t so e Hers aaa aaN w1 t I eLI Ji uww I Banks I We will sell you the best of P wmM Hudson grades COAL Ballards Obelisk Flour In Barrels Genuine Kanawah Salt Field Seeds and all kinds of FEED at the lowest Cash price We will appreciate a call as well as a share of your business BANKS HUDSON I M Jw rw y yr y w y J- i e J J WALKER President it i ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SD1FLUS i M B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNT Awt Cashr C D WAUMB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T H Arnold Jno A Sanders S I I THE National Bank Of Lancaster 4 eatal 50000 10000 A U President J E STORMES Vice PastI- er S C DEAD J F Roblnso cOashr T Embry Bookkeeper I DIRECTORS Sam D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny Irs DE5V t r I E L Woods W C Fisfc Vice Pest W G Keeper Caskier PEOPLES BANK Paint u INCORPORATED II PRO I I t I We offer you fair treat ment with every conservative Banking a1 od Ii IS- m at nt with a 1 Me KDenny Office over Hemdons jewelry store J S JOHNSON Vice Prest Safety DeIXJsit BOIes for Rent We Solicit Your Ensures CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 I DDQIC71OBS M COY WOODS ItG GUYN J B BL ARNOLD BURROWS EL WOODS T S I f W I C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and InsuranceI Casuality I 11111111111111Ji1111111111111111111 IJ1Beazle9 I JrtcriaI Caity WIiIfon Danville Street Undertaker OEce FULL LIKE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK DENTIST T J HOOD DENTIST Office at residence Danville st FurnitureCarpets Matting Oil Cloths Linoleums Window Shades Easels Costumers Springs and Mattresses Picture Frames Glass Etc Etc Etc Anything not found in stock will be ordered terms Your patronage is appreciated Phone 5 J C ROBINSON J ixmm z K i I I 1on J700 G reasonable CENTAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY SLOO A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the pot Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClots Mail Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky January 3 1908 WALLACETON Mr Dave Bowlin seriously ill with typhoid fever A very valuable mare of Mr James W Wallaces died a few daysago Mr and Mrs John Allen visited their parents in Rockcastle county lastweek Mr J A Wallace went to Wilmore last week to spend the winter with re latives there Misses Amelia and Bessie McWhor ter of Berea were guests of Miss Lucy Cade on Sunday Mrs Lizzie Lucas and children of Hopkins Park Ill are visiting her father Mr C H Baker Miss Eliza Weaver returned home Thursday from several weeks visit with relatives in Illinois Mr Charlie Gentry and sister Minerva of Illinois are visiting their their father Mr Robert Gentry Miss Grace Baker Messrs Lewis Howard Gamble spent part of their Xmas vacation at Mr J A BakersRev R Howes assisted by the pas tor Rev Carrier conducted the quar terly meeting at the M E church here last Saturday and Sunday ARESBUBY Born to the wife of Mr Doolin a girl Mrs Cyrus Daly has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Millee of Lexington Mr and Mrs T I Herring made a re cent visit to their daughter Mrs Vic tor Rice at McCreary Rev Henry Shouse has resigned the care of his Preachersville to take effect the first of the year Miss Georgia Dunn has returned home after epening the holidays with Miss Jennie Higgins at Paint Lick Mr Smith Upton and wife of Jessa mine County were with their daugh ter Mrs Jesse Thomas a few week cicson and Miss Viola JSfean and Mr Blakeman and Miss Loe Duncan drove to Uicholasville and were married last week Mrs Richard McGrath and son left Wednesday for Louisville to join her husband who has a position with the Bellknap Company and will make it their future home Mrs Charles Burdette and children left last week to join the husband at BrokenArrow Oklahoma wbere they will make it their future home Their many friends here regret to see them leave but wish them success in their new home Mrs Burdette was accom parried by ir Virge Chestnut who will visit relatives in Oklahoma and Texas befor eturning home i mb uadiesWorking Society held its ust annual session at the home of Mrs Kemper Dec 19 and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Mrs Wood Pres Mrs Kemper vice Pres Miss Mary Chessnutt Sec Miss Sue Sutton Treas Mr Calico of McCreary and Miss Willie Hendrickson were married at the parsonage Christmas Eve Rev beautiful blue silk with gloves and hat to match Mr Holman Brown and Miss Ida Marsee were the attendants Dont Take The Risk When you have a bad cough or cold do not let it drag along until it be comes chronic bronchitis or delelops into an attack of pneumonia but give it the attention it deserves and get rid ot It Take Chamberlans Cough Remedy and you are sure of prompt relief From a small beginping the sale and use of this preparation has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries Its many remarkable cures of coughs and colds have won for it this wide reputation and extensive use Sold by Frisbies Drug Store im Some men hope that a golden crown will give them a golden mind A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since 1 began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob of West Franklin Maine They disappoint you on trial money will be The church with a gold usu ally has a heart of brass Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or a cold when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr Kings New Discov ery says C O Eldridge of Empire Ga I have used Discovery even years and Iknow it Is the best for coughs and croup and all thioat and lung troub les 11y children ate subject to croup but New Discovery cures every attack Knowrttnjs world as the Ring ofthroat tol lung feme Sold under guarantee at JBL EMcRobertgdr estore 506 and Si 00 Trial botttefrse j aI t r t l Bakerand churchat ceremonyThe I t I Springer bowelsworking I drugstorehead r r medy on dies j i z I Matter 4 i i E p I a MP for t 1 New earth cold geickly over r S t Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys great value of tide prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts QUARTERLY REPORT GrarrardBank Trust Co- AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 31st 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 61888 38 Overdrafts secured 1413 90 Overdrafts unsecured 299 02 Due from National Banks 39358 46 39358 46 Due from Trust Companies Banking House and Lot 800000 Other Real Estate Mortgages 14500 00 U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie 78573 Currency 9245 oO Exchange for Clearings Other items carried as cash 1052 10 Furniture an 1 Fixtures Fund to pay 7axes Current Expenses Last Quar ter 201 23 20442 349 14 7 1 81 Give location value and how long all real estate ex cept banking house and lot if any owned longer than lie years LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Due Depositors as follows viz Deposit subject to check on which interestnot is paid 89001 96 Deposits subect to check on which interest is paid Demand certificates of depos itson which interest Is paid Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 5COO 00 Saving deposits on which interest is paid Certified Chucks 315 00 Due National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers 11 02 11 02 Due Trust Companies Cashiers Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENT including in the liability of the or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such iii debtness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actu ally and actual amount of surplus of the bank Howls indebtedness stated in above item I secured Highest amount of indebted any director or offi cer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 of paidup capttal stock of bank No ow is same second Doesamonnt of indebtedness of company or firm including in itv of the company or firm the liability of Individ cal members thereof ex ceed 3 cent of up capital and actual surplus Ko If so state amount of such indebtedness No Amount of last dividend Were all expenses loses in terest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits bank for the covered by the did dendcrried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared 146363 30 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss J W Elmore Cashier The Garrard Bank tTrust Co a Bank located and doing business in the town of Lancaster in said county being du Iv sworm says the foregoing mall a true statement of condition of the at the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1907 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further that the of said Bank has been transacted at the loca tion named and not and that the above report Is made in compliance with an offical notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st of Dec 1907 as the day on such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to me by J W Elmore the 1st day of January 1908 J H Kinnaird Notary Public My Commission Expires February 5th 1910 J W Elmore Cashier costthe this cleu OF THE 10030 7J 6065 00 i 146363 30 50000 9t91G 9G Checks outstanding Highest or firm No ness 1 is respects t elsewhere on owned 14353 um percent 3 R L Elkin H T Logan V A Lear I Directors IN HIS CLIENTS INTEREST It was his first year In practice and his first client was a better known than respected burglar In an he approached a veteran member of the bar and sought for advice And how long do you think I ought to make my speech to the jury sir he up I should say about an hour said the old hand An hour Why I thought ten minutes would be ample Why so longWell said the adviser you see they cant sentence him till youre finished and the longer you talk the longer hell be out of jail Chicago Journal His Promise Pat Yia Supposing I was dead Yls i And me wife was still livin YlsAnd she was as beautiful as quane YisWould yez marry her fer my sake and support the childer Yls Thank yez Mike Phy do yez thank me Pat Fer puttln in that me not havin to marry her unless she was as beautchlful quane Yez have nie promise Chicago RecordHerald Too Much Publicity sat on the vine mbowered porch looking at the glorious planet In the southern sky T suppose know Miss Gladys said young professor hitching his chair that Mars is to us now than it will be again for a pe nod years Mercy no she exclaimed didnt know that Take your away Prof Chtesco TrrtHbe interval finished about asa nearer of 15 Iarm everybody f a yon the nearer F nerves get weak then these fail Dont drug the Am ch nor stimulate the Heart or That simply a makeshift It apre scription known to every where Sboops ResjMfitive The Restorative is prepare for these weak Strengthen these nerves build them u with Dr Slumps Restorative tablet r liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop WIs Your health is surely worth this simple test R McRoberts Watch your work and your wings will take care of themselves A Cure Misery Blhave foiFda for the misery malaria produces says R U James Louellen s c Its called Eyerie Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice out of commission This great tonic med icine and blood purifier gives quick re lief in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts lm Incunation always furnishes the most convincing argument The finest Coffee Substitute eye made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to bon it twenty or thirty utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made Prom pure toasted cereals or grams with malt nutsetc Really it would fool an he to un knowingly drink it for Coffee Gill Simpson TRIED IT What cried the genial Popkiafi slapping his friend Jobson on the back you are in love with Maud Dawson and too bashful to propose to her Think shame of yourself man Just you follow my plan I was out walking one night with a lady who is now my wife and wfefi engage in the window and said Wouldnt you like one of these and she said Yes and so it was all set tIedCapital idea cried the bashful Jobson Ill try it this very night Twentyfour hours later the two friends met once more Well Jobson cried Popkins did the plan work Work groaned Jobson I should think it did Just listen I took Maud along High street and stopped at Gold steins the jewelers and I pointed to the engagement rings in the window and asked her if she would like one and she smiled and blushed and put her hand on my arm and said Oh yes dear George I would like that one and that one was 15 guineas WHAT FRIGHTENED HIM f Stomach Heart l ars Is i as Dr Racine E cure drugstore min- I expertwere hI I i fi hen the idueyl always drug ex Ssly inside nerves s toy 4 s produced ck1icrings the matter with you James You look as if had frightened you get a fright too when you turn your head round and see your mother It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Bucklens Ainica Salve It does the business I have used itfor piles and it cured them Used it for chapped hands and it cured them Ap plied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind R E McRoberts drug store lm Physicians Cure Skin With Simple Remedy Noted Eczema Specialist Comments on a Proven Specific for skin Physicians everywhere continue their praise ordinary oil of winter green in a wonderful specific for Eczema and other itchingskin diseases This liquid pure and clean as water externally applied has instant effect A few drops on the burning itching sore causes instant relief and a short continued use gives a complete cure Dr C B Holmes of Silver City Miss is so enthusiastic about this remedy D D D Prescription that he declares in a letter to the D Company of Chicago that this great remedy is as near specific for Eczema as is quinine for malaria I have been using your D D D for four years with gratifying writes Dr Holmes There of other pbysi clans who use D DD Prescrption oil of wintergreen specific D D D cure and it is so clean to use If we did not know what D D D will do we would not recommend it to our friends and patrons B J McRoberts Lancaster Call at par store anyway and let oe the nature of your skin trouble PollyWotevers something JamesYoull 25c at DD arE thouSands z i Diseases for results then ties t It E McRouEirrs Prest J W EUIOUE Cashr- J C EUBASKS Vice Prest R I BuRToN 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashi The fiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie latest Inpwel Birglarfrwf Yailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and b u ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS rr Es r particularly H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W W R Cook L Lawson H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price EL Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin I Burton THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 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 trouble 4th It has 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 I R BY give Read what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 11MMJ I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that 1 have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given m one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J O 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 soeu Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours trulyJ Woods KyIsome time Ihas given persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any child can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this Very S 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 for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County and State rights for sale Farmers Attention-I can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barms J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance gate D Cochranrespectfully FRlii By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No Tanyone FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets osIe lL 1 I cI s its J I e iiwd all imI iMi4ir-i acir acaTAiurwf y t THINGSWith great big expectations for the coming year White Elephant Storeawaits the birth of the New Year to begin the campaign that will make the Biggest and Best Year Ever Known in its History Lets all be Prosperity Howlers Get together and make it good A r A AT A r A ArArA ArA A A i s r L SIG for 1908 i TheI 1908 J J I R E r IS O jIS I r I ji H 4- t S A 1 Tr- 1 M SUITS TOP COATS RAINCOATS at Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying KI We are showing boys knee suits Knicker bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch Plaid ft and Blue Serge at 500 to 5C Ladies Shoes in the well know n Patrician g make at 400 Be sure and ask to 1 see these shoes Settlement Time has arrived and we will be very if you will settle your account Please Do Not Put Off this matter as we is due us McRoberts Drug Store 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 the millinery line will do well to call at once Veiling and cbildrens Headwear special Caps 25c- tsJIfs Alexander Walker relSl l ffiSl rj X0 TOCK CLOTHING I sand iJi4 I i 7 O 350and I Jim Smith t s0 0 toj wjjoOOft11j r r A 1l Yf fS j glad calland Q I S needwhat S II B xeY0e Ye0Y Y fYa xjXJJJfJrm1YeX 1l I AT c fr up j I e r Q f mi 9 I T Piher flerriug 9 I t 0t I x r l x I 3 x u 4 GA ilGossip Aboutr II People A Brief HC M ef the tal CMmgs fey HMM Wt Arc Hindi to Miss Eliza Anderson haS returned from Cincinnati Mr Z T Rice of Richmond was here this week on business Miss Rebecca Williams of Knoxville is visiting relatives here Mr Charles Collier of Middlesborp spent the holidays at home Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mrs B D Herndon has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr Owen Shagars has returned from a business trip to Kansas City Mrs Cyrus Daly visited Mrs Miller at Lexington during the holidays Mrs J B Jennings entertained the Embroidery Club the past week Little Clayton Morrow who has been critically ill is slowly improving Miss Carrie Currey is in Clinton Mo visiting her niece Mrs J A McNees Miss Ida 1 Taylor of Washington D C is the guest of Mrs C C Brown Miss Amanda Anderson attended the Southern Educational Association Miss Jennie Burnside of Bryants ville has been visiting relatives here Master harms Bast in wbo has een quit sick i be past week is some r ad frx H n Farnaunf S L tiiS Xin K with hTslster Mrs Banks Hudson Mr Rott rt Kennedy of Lexington jtiH been visit ing bis sister Mrs Banks Hiilsnu Miss Matjorv Ballon of Stan ford is with Misses Rella Allie and Mary Arnold Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Lexing ton is visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs John Malone and children of Berea have been visiting her sister Miss Mae Davis Mrs R L Brown and two children of Greenup Ky are visiting Rev and Mrs CC Brown Mr Alex West spent several days with his daughter of Kicholasville Messrs AH Bastin and Marks bury have returned from a business trip to Louisville Mrs J S Bowman of Laurel county is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Mr J M Mount and wife of Rocky Mount N C have been guests of Mr and Mrs JJB Mount 1 Mrs Ben Hughes has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton of Marksburr Mrs Annie Doty and son James of Midway spent the holidays with Mr Alex Doty and family M r and Mrs Joe Kelly and little baby of Cincinnati have been visiting her sister Mrs D Hatcher Mr and Mrs C F Denan of Niche e iMville spent Christmas with her Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs Henley V Bastin gave an ele pilL Christmas dinner in honor of Mr Frank of New York Mr Morris Dudley wife and little tson of Lexington have been visiting the family of Mr JUleS Hill Enma Layton and Mallsm Hamm of McCreary have been Mr and Dave Sanders Mrs races Layton of Ciacinnati sad Mrs Joe Boggs of Rlcbmood beea with Lancaster relatircs Mr Ktchvd Amuimi Hr 3 I Lit ie Mrs C F Denman F B Lkir j ll I better ten Jag parents Jackson Missed visiting Mrs have ladies sad R1ili a Jet 4- M r have been guests of their mother Mrs Sue Anderson Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts spent the Christmas holidays with her par eats Mr and Mrs R E McRoberts Mrs Hattie Tankersley and children of Hamilton Ohio are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Pumphrey Mr Frank H West of the University of Michigan spent part of the Holidays at his grandfathers Mr John K West Messrs Bradley Johnston Shirley Hudson Horace Walker John Dunn and Bascom Ford spent the Christmas holidays at home Mrs Robert Henry of AthensTenn is visiting her parents Mr and C Robinson who gave an elegant dinner in her honor the past week Mr Henry Arnold and family of Paris have been visiting relatives here Mr Arnold is a conductor on the K C and is a very popular and efficient railroad man Mr and Mrs Stephen Walker have returned from a visit to Mrs Charles Norris of Frankfort and from Emi nence where they attended the Rain wedding Mrs Sam Cotton entertained a few of her friends very elegantly at her pretty country home Friday Mrs Cotton proved an ideal hostess and is greatly beloved by a large number of friendsMiss Sue Anna Lear entertained of her friends to 10 oclock Thursday in honor of her cousin Mr Frank Jackson of New York The j holly place cards was the exquisite art work of Miss Mamie Bastin Mr Ed Walker a popular farmer of this county was married the past week 10 Miss Martha Rainey a very popular aud attractive young lady of Eminence Lancaster friends wish them much success and happiness in t heir new life Miss Marguerite Kmnaird was the charming hostess of a delightful mss querade party last Thursday evening Some beautiful costumes were worn and the guests spent a most enjoyable evening Delightful refreshments were served In Memory Miss Hallie Rice Folger died near Stone Dec 21 1907 at the age of 14 yearsOne week has pied away Since that sad and lonely day When one we loved and dearly prized Lay cold in death before our eyes A precious one from us has gone To yonders world to welcome us home There is a vacant chair in our home That never can be filled by that loved one We loved her yes we loved her dear But angels loved her more And they sweetly called her To yonder shining shore The golden gate was A voice said Come Peaceful be her silent slumber Peaceful in her grave so low She no more will join our number She no more our face will know A Friend A tickling cough from cause Is quickly stopped by Dr Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm leas and safe that DrShoop tells moth everywhere to give it without heel tation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a mountainous shrub furnish the curative to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and send oroncbial membranes Ho opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply aresinous plant extract that helps to heal sob log lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor The Sa creel Always demand J r Snoops Cough Cure RE Me Roberts MrsJ eyWalker sixteen r unspokenShe proPerties t f i i f luncheon hoops lang healing bees herb kelM tuassrNMrwe etMMM- k LADDERS FOR PICKING FRUIT Conveniences for the Orchard Which Can B at Ladders of various lengths and kinds are needed in the fruit orchard The first group of pickers should go through the orchard and pick what they can reach from the ground it in boxes or baskets on picking stands shown in Fig 1 or in baskets or bags which they can carry around their shoulder In young orchards this group of pickers will secure a large portion of the fruit They should be followed by a second group of pickers using rigid step ladders 4 to 5 feet high as shown in Fig 2 These pickers can reach all the fruit within 10 to 12 feet of the ground They will need to pick in baskets or bags and empty the fruit carefully either onto a sorting table or in boxes or barrels to be drawn to packing shed The third Made Homer fi fi U I I fi fi U fi rr r putting First Picking Conveniences group of pickers will finish the tree using ladders sufficient to reach the top In young orchards step ladders 8 to 10 feet high will be most useful A very convenient form of ladder Is shown in Fig 3 The best strongest and lightest ladder for all kinds of work recommends Farm Journ al is made of basswood with sides 1 by 3 inches and hickory or oak 1 inch in diameter placed 12 inches apart The sides should be 12 inches apart and the bottom spread 2 feet helps greatly from tipping over Any ladder that must be placed against a limb of the tree for support is to be avoided as it constantly breaks twigs and bark the limbs al lowing disease and rot to gain a In placing a ladder it should be placed near the outer limbs rather than near the trunk of the tree where the picker must lean outward and be in constant danger of breaking limbs Dont Let Sheep Catch Cold Catarrh is often contracted in the fall of the year through exposure to storms After the sheep take cold several times the affection becomes chronic and catarrh sets in Colds are often brought on by strong cold drafts in damp quarters often the of improper ventilation Remove the cause if possible and guard against it in the future Smear the nose of the affected animal with tar Commercial- I see a young man has raised 60000 on bad checks he remarked looking up from his paper Is that so responded his wife Indifferently Td call such checks good myself Then he reflected that she didnt know much about business anyhow Of Kind Whos that scowled at yea as he passed asked the po liceman the scar on his chin Hes a pawnbroker I Mauled up for receiving stolen goods a moth or two said the redheaded police Hes got T Hes a spite feace MUttJ far lUtaaiic reportae CW e Mi I I rungs foothold result ago a cc li orchard Anther with a grouch see r I We Appreciate the very liberal patronage given us during the past year and trust that by continuing to give Honest Goods at Reasonable Prices to merit a continuation of your We will continue to handle Everything In Hardware Line at very reasonable prices Wishing you a are yours very truly Mount Elkin H m 1 1 favors wetj Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy the celebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS We give our Personal Attention to the compounding of Prescriptions We carry pure drugs ofevery description Also complete line of Druggists SundriesPatent Medicine and everything to be found in an uptodate Pxpg Store FRISBffiS DRUB STORE- We would like to have that settled we seed the Mosey FOR III ill Ooooooooooooc g Physican B it t 1 accoe R L i IMAMS HILDKIN 00 RP u1OpmmMorp1 norMinPra- 1BOT NARCOTIC JItdJIewr A ect Remedy rorConstipa lion Sour Vormseonvulsionsfever signature of NEW YORK At b W tth old 5 9SfS 35C l I vACT coPYOT r 4PPER 0 j IL ii iFoothrnIRcgu1a LSWSBO1SiicsswdsLCotnsncitIi ararmiwzt2Zzmraz issax1LOSSOF SLEE- Rfac1c t For Infants and Children The Kind Have Always Bought Bears the 8ign of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA flitCEThUU cOPT EW YO CITY 111111CASIORIA You NOTICE ELECTRIC 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 followsRates For Residences For Slights For For 6 lights For Slights For 10 lights For 12 lights S 80 per month 150 per month 2 10 per month per month 300 per month 340 per month I lights 260 sseuuiss For 14 lights 3 80 per month For 16 lights per month For 18 lights 460 per month For 20 lights 5 00 per month For all lights in excess of twenf will be charged for at the rate of t venty each per month 420 ssiupi I Rates on all Business Houses Hotels Etc For all arc Lamps 84 each per month 2 16 candle power lamps 81 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 5 20 month 16 16 candle power lamps 580 month 18 16 candle power lamps 6 40 month 2016 candle power lamps 700 month For all lights in 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 Light Co Doctored for Five Years Here is a boy whom D D Prescription cured quickly oj Eczema andat a total cost of 3 oo after all other remedies and many doctors had after D Read this letter from grateful pare at TIle I J D oomtanjrCblagoin GmfZonen lean truthfully Our boy wma troubled with foryean and we the etore and also using raided to buy bottle of D V D at the dma Phar macy aad B lamrery Klad to say that after using three bottles of D D D at Boand and well and has no etgn of Eczema left People aay that thU quick cereafter fiveyears of untold enflertng n f nm Idle abort of marrekwa Tommy CB MOORE Agent WeBs Fargo Oo anil I that DDD Sa prepuaUoa I doctored With dlllereDt doctor3 for live Yen pro at drug many Tarloas adyerU at loot ZzsTILLEOJan II y certain1y af- C1 for rornedico when we were LOOa Paddo Eczema Sufferers We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the best physi clans have overcome their former prejudice and now advise their I patients to simply get DDD from the drug x store at bottle100a Yoa will agree with us that credit is due these physicians for thus rificing the larger fees they could make by writing out their own pccccnpboBs sac Will this convince you Or will this at least influence you enough so that you will investi gate further Investigation all we ask Investigation will prove io you that this pleasant external D D Prescription is based on the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by killing and dislodging the Eczema germ is I liquidD tWI OUSEINES CAREFUlLY IN- VESIIOATI I1B ltEMEDy IIEFOIt- BAcaPI1NO TIlE ACENCY IN 0UIt HOlE TOWN tIIIIt De D cw ltJIIcw ItdI er we M e Thecs1 Hber Mists I bt 1- 1a y thssk Ewkg D- l y M 1 trskg Psdaals mcdsIIssj OI ElMcRobes1 3Z BIn m realise bow many times the poor skIm safferer baa paid good money for so caned blood remedies for wary salves useless ointments and harmful soaps We do not want you to spend a ceat tmtil You are ooariaced hence the ofleref a LARQE SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE Brepaida t pIe SAMPLE liTTLE FREE way tile Itch give indications of an early cure Dont spend a cent store until you have tried the free sample and nave found thatyea too axe lettered aad win be cored like all tbe others waedoBbted at first agnail It to tile DDD Co Saite iUlMlticUcaa Street GUcaa aid use Bad I tour the zeIiJeIII will M dT Business Items Plenty of coke fur Tobacco Stoves Elkins W See our stoves tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romaus J Hand made harness at extr prices Haselden Bj Now is the time to get a buggy cheap W Romans The largest line of winter buggj robes ever shown in Lancaster are cheap W J Roman Silver knives folks and tf For Sale Undecorated china cups and saucers Reason for selling too large for my use Miss Sallie Elkin Our lamps are niceer than ever this year and the price is reasonable w Ward Velocopedes and Mdren Bros For Sale Hat rack and dining room furniture 12 6 tf Mrs Fleece Robinson Enter the Lancaster BusinessColIege at once its the road to largest success See Prof Lippard The Business College will be worth much to the young people of this re glen Every one possible should enter and prepare for good positions 2t Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 1906 will save cost by pay lug at once E W Harris Treas 816tf 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 11 25 tf For Rent 2 bed Rooms in Thompson building over Wards store for 1908 Will rent rooms either furnished or empty Apply to W H Ware The Louisville Post I have taken the agency for the Louisville Post and will deliver the papers at your door every night WITHOUT FAIL If you give me your order your paper will be deliver will not be disappointed Ring me up at the Central Record office 43 and I will come and give you prices Louis Ball Prof Lippard wants ambitious stu dents to enter the Business College The Kentucky graduates of Prof Lippards Business College recommend his schools One writes Am well pleased with position Thanks An other Am delighted with results at tending your schools which are excel lent because interest is taken in each student individually Because you secure positions for your graduates when a great many other schools ail I would advise anyone contemplating a business course to attend your schools 2t For 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 Cbristman Prop Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on Thursday Jan 9 08 sell to the highest and best bidder the following property towit 42 head of sheep 1 4 year old mare 1 colt 4 head of cattle 9 good brood sows about 20 pigs and shoats 2 1 good as new a lot of farming tools about 2000 feet of lumber 75 barrels of corn lot of tobacco sticks household and kitchen furniture Sale will be held on the Geo Naylor farm near Judson Ky Sale begins at 10 oclock Terms made known on day of sale G A Eager fN f xj atMount j Ilaselde Bros spo n Haselde 2t tool tf H 2t treated ed aDd you Dont miss It 4t Sale w j ros wagons STATE NORMAL To any young man expecting to at tend the Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal School Richmond Ky Write to 1 R Boothe Pres Y M C A Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make arrange ments for meeting you at the train and finding yousuitable boarding place You can then come to the office of the President who will assist you in mak ing out your Course of Study 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone Mvdtac a sketch and m y our opinion whether aa to probably Commnnlc without charge In tile elrllteatnted weekly largest dr Ktetton of Terms S3 month SL cld 14 on free Old for eeart patents taken through notice I SdtItllk JllltrkaiA a roar 8014 BendeaJen ICeIII law InIt 0tIee Do 3 e r k tyo iw l mat Patents Co reCsiv- csI b3aII L ii 1 REPORT AT TIlE CLOSE OF BUSINESS December 3ist 1907 ItESOUKCKS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts unsecured One from National Batiks 3i013 22 Due from State Hanks and Daukcrs 1 9347525 529 70 Banking House and Lot Mortgages T Specie Currency Furniture and Fixtures 33513 22 1500 00 3500 00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund Subject to check on which is 117992 13 16000 00 117992 13 J142992 13 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder or firm including in the liability of the or iiriii the of the Individual members thereof directly indirectly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually in and amount of surplus of the bank t 00 How indebted stated in above item I secured None Highest amount of indebtedness of any or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of stock of bank None How is seine second None Does amount of indebtedness of person company or firm including in the of the or firm the liability of the individual members threof exceed SO cf paidup capital and actual surplus No so state amount of such indebtedness None Amount of last dividend 4bO 00 Were all expenses losses and taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring divi dend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the hank for the period covered by the dividend car ned to the surplus fund before dend Yes V G Kemper Cashier State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G Kemper cashier of Peoples Bank of Paint Ky a Bank doing business in town of Paint Lick iu said county being duly sworn says that the forego ing nil respects n true statement of the condition of Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1907 to the best of his knowledge and belief and tur taer says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received the 31st day of Dec 1907 as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G Kemper cashier on the 31st of Dee 1907 QUAitTEItLY Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky 00 llU 96 8829 00 90 500 lO S14299 13 9000 00 r paid up calli tal cent interest was declared Secretary of State desIgnating countyKentucky iT 7 OFTIZE 9973 S not paid M Coy- J S Burrows R L GuynI I I Directors WANTED TO KNOW HIS DOOM Rambunctious Brudder Began to Get Slightly Uneasy During the recent revival In Eben ezer chapel a certain somniferously inclined member of the congregation fell into a doze while earnest but longwinded Brother Quackenboss was leading in prayer and upon being rudely aroused by vicious bite a horsefly on his bald head and for the moment the solemnity of his surroundings audibly ejacula ted as he resonantly slapped the offender Dingbust de flies Brother Quackenboss who had nearly run down gladly grasped the situation and without appreciable hes itation droned on And fuddermo Lawduh we would pray thee to fuhgive our wellmeaniri but rambunctious brudder for his odoriferous remark puhvide him wid de eye of de eagleuh dat he may spy his sin afar off give him de legsuh of de kangaroouh dat he may scape at de proach of temptationuh nail his yeahsuh to de trunk of de gospel treeuh dat he may listen to nuthin but de whisperins of troofuh glue his tongueuh to de roof of his mouf uh dat he may say only de Yea yea and Nay nay of de Scrip tersuh noint him Lawduh wid de kurseen ile o salvationuh and sot him uhflah wid lightnin fum on high uh and Welluh dess looky yuh a minute Brudder Quackenboss a bit grimly interrupted the victim of the tirade who had begun to squirm under the castigation I doesnt want to be ambiguous or nothin datuh way but Id dess like to aLspiciously ax sah in view of de exterminatin circum stances dat de flies sholy is bad dess what sawt o heenyus clamity yod uhfelt called to ax de Lawd to po down upon me if Id uhhappened to say damn Instidder ding as I come powful nigh GAS MANTLES ONLY ASHES Invention Due to the Experiments of a Vienna Chemist The gas mantle is nothing but ashes and it is wonderful how science makes its particles cling together as long as they do The gas mantle was invented by a chemist of Vienna He noticed the intense light given out by a small quantity of thorium thrown into a stove in his laboratory He realized the importance of the discovery and in 1880 began a series of experiments to utilize this remarkable quality of the element in intensifying light He found that pure thorium would not cohere well enough to be of use and he then began searching for a of elements that would an 1887 he produced his first but they were so delicate that they could not be transported and were delivered by hand A boy was trusted to carry two one in each hand for delivery about the streets of Vienna In the early 90s he found that a good mantle could be made from a combination of the two thorium oxide and cerium and that a coating of would give a sufficient firmness to low it to be transported Since then gas mantles have gone into general use In nearly all parts of the world and thousands of factories are them th of forgetting whereupon doinJudge combination swerIn mantles substances ox- Ide alI producing l a THY KINGDOM COME Mrs T MacKnight late of Ten eriffe Canary islands writes These islands are now an open field They include seven islands Canary Tener iffe Fuerteventure Lanzarote Palma Hierro and Gomera There is a call for evangelical work everywhere and for school work in both Teneriffe and CanaryThe National Plant Flower and Fruit guild of New York distributes flowers among the sick and poor In hospitals and in homes Last year It gave out 365853 bunches of summer flowers 34515 bunches of function flowers 8990 plants and 1484 bulbs Rev Antonio B Carrero a preacher of the Mexican Evangelical church writes that the Gospel is making progress in that country His own church in Mexico City has 150 membersE Smith the wellknown English evangelist has sailed for after a most successful world tour which included the United States Australia and New Zealand He will return to this country in 1908Faith is often as little effective for righteousness as unbelief because it lacks grip Dr Clark found seven Christian En deavor societies in Chile in his tour of South Eng lishspeaking and six Spanish New Y M C A for Milwaukee Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars have been raised at Wis for the construction of a new Y M C A The campaign was conducted in the following manner In the first place there was a committee composed of many of the best known men in the city On it served bankers brokers lawyers doctors and men in every professional line as well as many mechanics The committee worked day and night for three weeks during the time allotted for raising the fund In addition there were ten captains who had teams of a dozen men each These teams were made up of young hustlers from every walk of life vho held on until the goal was reached An Editors Recommendation Editor The most hear tily recommend Prof Lippard and his Business College work to the young people of Lancaster His Business College here his graduated a number of our young people and placed them into good positions where they are earning splendid salaries I would ad vise every young person in your region to enter his Business College thee as he trains his students thoroughly and places them into good positions TrulyEditor Gazette Mt Sterling Ky Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank at their bank ing house on Tuesday January 11 th 19oS to elect directors to serve year Dec 10 1907 B F II UDSON Cashier Election Notice There will election held by the share nolders of the National Bunk of Lancaster Ky at its bank building January 14 1908 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensu lug year Caahier Dee 10 1907 KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS I recent Americaone citizens RecordWe bean S C DENNY excellent England Milwaukee tenaciously WITh Dr New Disco FOR OUCHS OLDS PRICE lie TrW PdVe Free L0 OR MONEY REFUNDED Every reader of this paper who is not already subscriber to the IndianaFar mer should send In his subscription to he wants one of the oldest and best up to date farm and livestock papers publishe- dIt is full of good things each week The Experience 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Hard is preparing a series called The Womans Invasion and Elinor Glyn has promised her diary in America Besides these features which should administer a little to the gaiety and profit of the coming year there will be O Henry stories by Eleanor Ab Arthur Stringer Harvey OHig gins and a few other real craftsmen whose work readers are accustomed to find In Everybodys Everybodys k8150 a year published by The Bidgway Company Union Square New York AND All THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES that tlonalso appear d BrieflyKenneth Co GUARANTEED SATISPACTO1 delightful CASTORfor Infants and Children The tad Always BNgtt Bears the of FOR TAXES By virtue of state and county taxes due and unpaid by the following delin quent taxpayers of Garrard county for year 1907 as per tax warrant in my hands issued by the county clerk of said county I C A Arnold sheriff of Garrard county Ky will on MONDAY Jan 27 1908 being the first day of January Term of the Garrard countv court before the court house door in Lancaster Ky batween the hours of 10 oclock a m and 4 p m offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described Tax Lists on real estate of said delinquents or so much thereof as will pay said taxes The amount set opposite each name includes the amount of said tax es penalty interests costs etc As soon as the taxes are paid their names will disappear from this list C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard county Ky This Dec 27 1907 DISTRICT Xo 1 LANCASTER WHITE Acton Smith N R 2 acres S 8 80 Cunningham Mary 13 60 Harris Dove B 1 town lot 20 75 Mahoney James 1 town lot 9 40 Raney John 2 acres Sharp Abe N R 8 town lots 4G 85 DISTRICT No 1 COLORED Anderson Elias 1 town lot 4 10 Anderson Caroline 1 town lot 7 15 Burdett Jim 1 acre 7 20 Burdett Bob 7 acres t 35 Cooper Geo 1 town lot 5 25 Kersey Fannie 1 town lot 3 00 Leavell Geo 1 town lot Middleton Ed 1 town lot 5 90 Spillman Bill 1 town lot 5 85 Salter Heirs 1 town lot 355 Warren Jess 1 lot 5 80 DISTRICT No 2 BllYANTSVILLE WHITE Brown Nary C 5 acres 4 05 Hughes L B 10 acres 6 90 Lane C W 12 acres Preston Susie 16 acres 5 75 Pollard Thomps 36 acres 11 00 Rice Joe 300 acres Scrivner Ella 51 acres 15 45 Stone Margaret 84 acres 11 90 DISTRICT No 2 COLORED Britton Leon 9J acres 2 95 Cochran Frank and Bill 3 acres 6 40 Dunn Sandy 4 acres Mulllns John 1 acres 5 75 McMurtry Jordan 1 acre 4 75 Smith Ben 1 town lot Tucker York 1 acre DISTRICT No 3 BUCKEYE WHITE Bolton Thomas 2 acres 5 75 Bogie Laton N R 10 acres 4 65 East Bros 28 acres McLear Geo 2 acres 8 10 Prewitt Marion 25 acres 9 15 Potts Bros NR 12 acres 2225 Ray Mike 3 acres 735 DISTRICT N3 3 COLORED Anderson Mary 5 acres 4 05 Horton Zeph 12 acres 8 10 Leavell Anderson 9 8 80 Leavell Alice 25 acres 6 70 Leavell Finn 7 acres 8 10 Lear Ed 5 acres Muter Alex 3 acres 5 15 DISTRICT No 4 PAINT LICK WHITE Adams Otis N R 3 acres 5 20 Almv S W N R 400 acres 7 45 Brock Carlo 50 acres 6 90 Brock Carr 50 acres Blount Nancy N R 58 acres 14 90 Cooley Sallle 20 acres 4 05 Fish Todd N R 500 acres 7 45 Hawley J G 40 acres Halcomb John 35 acres Holland Ike 77 acres 8 60 Lear Joe 6 acres 5 15 Marion Bros 200 acres Milter J T N R 136 acres 295 McCullum Heirs 47 295 Newland J F 110 acres 19 45 Pull ins Mason N R 45 acres 29 75 Ross Arch N R 13acres 195 Rogers 22 acres 9 20 Scarborough Dave 28 acres 520 Shumate Elizabeth 1 acre 13 15 Ware James N R 700 acres 9 65 Wilkerson Jennie 21 acres 3 90 DISTRICT No 4 COLORED Anderson Geo 18 acres 7 85 Anderson Henry 1 acre 5 15 Black Solon 6 acres Beazley Geo 4 acres 9 0 Faulconer Edith N R 35 acres 6 90 Goodloe Margaret 1 lot 4 15 Goodloe Don 1 lot 700 Harris Will 2 acres 5 20 Oscar i acre 395 Katanaugb Green 4 acres Lackey Green heirs 3 45 Lackey Mary 1 acre T 345 Leavell Thompson H acres 6 35 Miller Martha 1 acre 235 Henry heirs 3 acres 3 50 Mitchell Mag 1 acre 2 35 Slavin Amanda 2 acres 3 45 Spillman Carrie 1 acre 4 65 Walker John 4 acres 9 70 SaMe gudn Susie Mitchell H A 4 05 C A ARNOLD S G C IA Han U Sheriffs Sale 1 lot t 5 40 4 0 5 35 52 45 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