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THE CENTRAL RECORDELGIITEESTB LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 IH08 XUXKER Jl v f p YBAB 7a 3 t iz J J Hj H IMH M v Personal of a Dollar am a dollar A little age worn maybe but still In circulation I am proud of myself for being in cir culation I no tomato can dollar uot I This town is only my adopted lioliie but I Mice it and hope to remain per manently When I came out of the mint I ins adopted iuto a town like this in another state But after a time I was sent off to a big city many miles away I turned up in a Mail Order house For sec cral years I stayed in that city Millionaires bought cigars with me I didnt like that for I believe in the plain i R collections I r i lID i t f e ii- I 4 M d w 3 Finally a traveling man brought me to this town and left me here I was so glad to get back to a smaller town that I deter mined to make desperate efforts to stay One day a citizen of this town was about to send me back to that big city I caught him looking over a Mail Order Catalogue Suddenly I found my voice and said to was a dentist by the way Now look here doc If youll only let stay in this town Ill circulate around and do you lots of good You buy a big beefsteak with me and the butcher will buy groceries and the grocer will buy dry goods and the dry goods merchant will pay his doctors bill with me and the doctor will spend me with a farmer for oats to feed his buggy horse and the farmer will buy some fresh beef from the butcher and the butcher will come around to you and get his tooth mended In the long run as you see PH be more useful to you here at home than if youd send me away forever Doc said It was a mighty stiff argument tie hadnt looked at it in that light before So he went and bought the big beefsteak and I began to circulate around home again Now just suppose all the other dollars that are sent to Chicago HONEST NOW AINT I RIGHT BestTime to get genuine honest bargains in Dry Goods Dress Goods Shoes Etc as This is Time of Year when the old established business houses put on low prices to clear out winter stock You know this is never done until after the Holidays that is by those who mean business Call onus and see Joseph Mercantile COMPANYIncorporated We must realize money on all accounts end you will do us a favor by settling now U t himhe itt i i i it it i t it s i c o t t t t o 10 t4 T r LOO T mEnE N wsThe I 4 especially I f 4i r4 N met d i a it1 v 4ii 1 homer1 i M HHNL N r 11N- Hi J x i H f f s Y F 3j sr E i r Local Items Magic music illusions imitations and vantrilcquisui at the court house next Monday night 13tli one of the moat wonderful attractions on the road Go and help a good cause be side getting more than value received Killing at Flat Woods Speed Nichols was killed near Flat Woods Thursday night by John Mason also a resident of that section Mason came to town and was released on bond until next term of circuit court We an old quarrel was cause of the fatal trouble Masonic Election At the annual election of officers of Lancaster Masonic Lodge the follow lug were chosen J M Both well W M H V Bastiii S W L L Walker J W J W Sweeney Treas Louis Landram Secty A T Anderson Tyler The deacons have not been appointed The Dairy Opens The Creamery which closed tempo rarily began business again on first of the year and has been even more sue cessful than when in operation before The farmers and other owners of cows have realized the great blessing the Creamery is to them consequently are much more interested There is no doubt of the permanency of the insti tion now we are glad to say After a lingering illness Mrs George Pollard died at her residence on Dan yule street Saturday The deceased g was the widow of the late George f Pollard who was killed by Will Hum ber Pollard filling the position of depu ty city marshal The remains were I interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday afternoon She leaves six children J Much Interest and Much Good The above headline tells the result I of the protracted meeting which is conducted by Rev E E Dawson of has increased at each service and at j the house is crowded with members of all denominations Every body is cordially invited and given a hearty reception Mr Dawson is a fine a bright mind Several additions have been made to the membership while every one who has attended has been uplift ed and benefitted Services are held at 2 30 and 715 p m The meeting will close Sunday night Just a Little Horse Sense The above headline tells just what merchants need When a farmer sells a his hay lard tobacco hemp or any thing else he demands his money 3 Some wont even take a check but demand the real cash When a man H goes into a bank to borrow money the banker asks Who is going your I Before a money lender lets his money out he makes arrangements for I a mortagage then has a fellows deed examined to make sure the loan but I through the lack of horse sense as- S said above the merchants throughout B the land have indulged the public until people have come to believe the P ought to go and borrow money mortgage his property and let goods out to be paid for when they get in just the The merchants notes come due his bills fall due the city merchants make a draft and threaten to sue him he sends state ments to his all in vain I Some few finally pay others say next week but next week never comes Now Mr Farmer reason the case with yourself dont we deserve the same security as we have to put up to furnish goods for the people Apply the Golden Rule Do Unto Others as You Would be Done By and when we are thus secured goods dont go without the cash or its equivalent Bourue Merchant New Council Goes In The board of City Councilmen in November took formal charge of Lancasters affairs Monday night All were sworn in except Mr Alex Walker who could not qualify by rea son of his holding a contract with the town to furnish lights Mayor Hugh T Logan makes an ideal presiding officer while the councilmen took hold of the reins of government like they meant business Luther Herron was made chief of police tax collector and superintendent of the water works all at a salary of 1 000 a year L L Wal ker was made city attorney W B Mason clerk D A Thomas treasurer Walker treasurer for sinking fund No assessor was appointed Capt Her ron said he would make no as deputy as he was satisfied he could do all the work with the tiger element under the good control it has been placed The new board is of the following members W B Burton Jas Hill J B Mount Jas Smith and Banks Hudson and that these gentlemen wili give the city a good administration is a conclusion The salary of Mr Herron is made up as follows 950 per month as marshal tip per month in lieu of commission on taxes collected and fees for arrests 123331 as of the water works making a of 81000 a year for all these places he performs without as gisUnce except a deputy on court day and ottMrjpiblw days j t i f O i i i i Pollard t bet in t present t theo security rightsbape debtorsbut CD appointment composed I c1HiIf t 4 r understand 4 5 c o c y L pastors merchant elected foregone superintendent total Services i Money for jurors is ready for pay ment FS Hughes The Ladies Society will not have their regular meeting this week on ac count of the Endeavor which will be Held at the Christian church Saturday Jan 11th The new hotel is about completed and preparations are being make to move in We hope to get a halftone of the handsome building ly next issue of The Eecord at which a detailed will be given Examinations The examination for graduates frem the public schools will be held at the office of the County Superintendants on Friday and Saturday Jan 24 and 25th tf Bob Hughes President Our former townsman R E Hughes has again been shown that ills efforts and capabilites as a business man are appreciated by being of the Kentucky Electric Co one of prominent institutions of He succeeds Mr Donald McDonald Tbe Record extends most hearty con gratulations to its good friend To Partyline Subscribers When ringing for central never en gage in a conversation with a patty that should happen to be listening for when central comes in on the line she thinks that you were calling him and therefore goes on about answering oth er calls thus you are delayed This rule should at least be observed at night for when the operator is asleep he cannot distinguish the ring McMillan Mrs Francis McMillan mother of Tom Frank Ed and Sam McMillan died at her home near Hubble last Sat urday and was burried in the Lancas ter Cemetery Sunday She was a mem ber of the Hubble Christian church and a woman who was highly thought of by all who knew her She will be greatly missed by manv people who have been the recipients of her kind ness and thoughtfulness Real Estate Sales Rue Curry of Harrodsburg sold on Jan 1 1908 for Clell Coleman his house and lot to Chas W Robinson for 2700 cash On Jan 2 for Nettie Watkins her house and lot to Mr Den ny for 950 cash On Jan 3 for Miss Irene Moore her farm of 192 acres near Burgin to Wood Hatchett of Mackville for cash Posses sion Mr Hatchett has moved to Har rodsburg and will make that place his future home Correction- M D Hughes tells us to please cor rect the statement in last issue that he had no purchased the property to which he moved on Water Street as he is not able to buy it and does not desire to do so He further says that the statements that he brings his lunch to the office and that he will not come up town at night will not be be lieved when the public considers the fact that the statements were made by W I Williams and J R Mount Business Change The firm of Mount Elkin has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Elkin retiring and the new firm of J R Mount Co purchasing the stock and good will firm The new firm will continue to run a hardware business up todate in every particular The present stand has been used as a hard ware store for many years and is one of the best in town The new firm starts into the business under most favorble conditions and will put forth every effort to give the people the very best goods at most reasonable prices Change of Police Judges Police Judge Armstrong who tendered his resignation some time since went out of office Monday night Judge Armstrong has given a good administration evil doors fearing him and knowing they must obey the law He had much to do with stamp ing out blind tigers as he did what he believed to be right and did not listen to dictation from anyone He is a good citizen and we trust he will in Lancaster Gov Willson has appointed Mr E W Harris to fill vacancy until next election and the appointment is one which will meet with the approval of all lovers of law and order A Worthy Tribute As a token of honor and esteem the W C T U of this place has presenteda clock to the retiring marshal Mr J A Beazley When Mr Beazley accepted a public trust he shouldered heavy responsibilities How well he has acquitted himself and how nobly he has discharged his duties makes one bright page in Lancasters He has earned the respect and of the good people of the community It seems fitting that we pay just tribute to the splendid work done by the Council by Judge Armstrong who served without fear or favor the Mayor Mr Duncan who is for Tight always So by their cooperation our town is quiet and orderly governed as a town be Mr Beazley has brought honor to this office The good he has accomplished will live long in the memory and hearts of thepeople The TJ Pair gold eye glasses between Stan ford and Lancaster en last Thursday Rewaid for return to Central Record offlc It Aid Christi au description 9000 D W C esteem W C T i elected presiden Louisville remain should lost jr s t Prof Lippard is pleased with the opening of the Lancaster Business College and the excellent quality of students entering There are many other young people who should enter at once and prepare for good positions Parents cant do better than to give their sons and daughters a through business education it helps them to larger success and is better than to give them money Now the is at your door and saves board and traveling expenses See Prof Lippard Lost Dogs Two black and tan dogs one wear lug E H Walkers collar and one with that of T C Lear of Brodhead Also two spotted bitches one wearing collar of E H Walker and one with collar of Woods Walker They disappeared Jan 2 in cedars at Gooch place I will not only be thankful for information but will come after the dogs and pay liberal reward Woods Walker Paint Phone 152X t A Progressive Man J R Mount who bought the interest of R L Elkin in the firm of Mount Elkin has located permanently with us and has proved himself a progres sive substantial business man By fair and honest dealing he has gained the confidence of the people He is in favor of every public enterprise and is always ready to do his part in promot ing the general welfare We hope that others like him and his excellent family will locate with us The Best of the Season The W C T U will give another next Monday night the 13h at 8 oclock at the Court house when Durno the mysterious will waving his wand causing birds to ap pear in mid air flowers to be seen growing a bowl of water produced from a handkerchief and many other feats of magic which always astound the audience His mirthprovoking feats of vantriloquism are unsurpass ed Over 150 tickets have been sold Children 25u general admission 35c reserved seats 50c at McRoberts Drug Store Folgr In memory of Folger A few weekssince this bright young girl was called home Had she lived until March 25 she would have been fifteen years old She confessed her faith in Christ last August She was a lovely obedient child the pet of the Tbe only daughter and idolized by her parents At school she received the highest marks and was loved and revered by pupils and teacher This gentle spirit was too pure for earth hence God transplanted her in His own flower garden A friend They Are Invincible Everyone who had the pleasure of hearing Saxton Trosts orchestra at the dance last week was simply carried away with the excellent music played by this incomparable band We have contended all along that their music is the very best to be had and if any one thinking otherwise had heard them last week no other band would ever make a note in Lancaster The complete band consists of seven requisite number to fill in all gaps and nothing extra should be expected f a smaller number The writer has known Henry Saxton since we were both in our swaddling clothes so to speak and the warm friendship existing between the two has not in the least waned in all these years GAR HARD C E UNION Lancaster Saturday January 11th 1000 a m Song Service Devotional 1025 Welcome Address 1030 Response Miss Georgia Dunn 1035 Song 1040 The Real Mission of Christian Endeavor 1050 Our Work for Christ in the Heart in the World Miss Addle Arnold 1055 The Savior at the Door Miss Nannie Rogers 1100 Music 1105 Round the Work led by Eld F M Tinder- a How to Secure New Members Miss Bettie Royston b How to Improve the Prayer v Meeting Lancaster i c How to Win and Hold the Young People Miss Carrie Arnold d How to Deepen the Devotional Life of Young People Buena Vista 1155 Solo Miss Lillian Announcements AFTERNOON 100 Song ServiceDevotional 105 Youth Its Place in our Con for Christ H M Stansifer 125 Song 130 C E A Spiritual Force J 215 Song 220 A Great Opportunity I Hon W I 240 Song Miss Lillian 245 Why I am aChristian Endeavorer Mizpab There will be a regular meeting of the stockholders of The Garrard Bank Co held at place of buss pegs on the 14th day of January 1908 at 130 p m for the purpose of elect lug officers for the year J WELMORE I j opportunity LIck Ky attraction appear Halite household JJ Mrs F P Frlsbie tableReviving C E C E 150 C E A Missionary Power L Yandeli yell men- the yellLea quest Williams Nodes Trust its ensuing Ca tot I w YOUR account is now past due and we must have the without delay This means all who owe us Now lets see who will be the first to call and SETTLE HASELDEN BROS I Ii iBIC Erz IiiiiiiI rariJfBSIn I1 1- r I Found fur neckpiece Owner can have same by applying to this office and paying for ad J D Gulley has completed all his ac comodations and now has the Mason Hotel in flue shape His patrons are delighted with the fare Mr Chas Bierlein and Miss Sallie Rothwell were married at the residence of Capt Thos Austin Tuesday The bride is a niece of S D and the groom who has been employed restaurant for several years one of the cleverest and most popular men in town The Record wishes them many years of happiness John Francis Dangerously III Lancaster relatives received Tuesday afternoon stating that John Francis was dangerously ill in Parkersburg Mrs Price and another sister residing in Richmond left Wednesday morning for his bed side He is suffering from As we go to press nothing further has been heard from him NEW UNITED STATES LAW A ruling by the Post Office at Washington has just been made which will work a great hard ship on newspaper publishers and alike It denies privilege of sending their papers through the mails after any time has expired In other words if your subscription expired with this issue of The Record and we should mail you a copy next week both you and the editor of The Record are sub ject to fine It is an outrageous law and should be set aside If we want to send our paper to anyone Its our business and no one has any it seems to us but Uncle Sam says not so It means that publishers must go over their hundreds of names each task requiring the best part of a day Theres but one thing to do and that is for you and The Record tt keep posted as to how we stand Some people may think this is wntten as a bluff but if you are of this opinion ask your post master Business Items See our stoves Hand made prices low Bros Now is the time to get a buggy cheap W J Roman Office for rent ApplY to Mrs Emma P Grant Danville street Want 100 veal calves Will pay market price U H C Hamilton In beginning a new year start in the right by trading wIth W H Ward 2t Ymir Sch l For the year1907 Is put due call at once and as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 1906 will save cost by pay ing at W Sortie Trees 816tf N tte of DteMtatlM I hereby give notice that the of Cook doing buetoem IB Lu caster was on Oct lit 1907 dta bf BMtMl CQMMt- n afternoon Rothwell In Zimmers telegram W Va appendicitis Department publishers- the sayso weeka H n Bros tf harness at le Hasel I I highest Please once firs q Y wftIJIt subscribers subscribers Taxes E salad Silver knives folks and spoons tf HanBros Enter the Lancaster BusinessCoIIege at once its the road to largest success See Prof Lippard 2t The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap Romans For Sale use Miss Sallie Elkin Velocopedes and tool chc rea Bros Butter butter milk fresh sweet milk skim milk and sweet cream for sale at the Creamery Telephone 142 stock is more complete than share of your patronage 2t W H Ward The Business College will be worth much to the young people of this Every one possible should enter and prepare for good positions 2t This day the firm of Northcott Hagan have desolved partnership R L Hagan 2t Lancaster Ky Jan 8 1908 come up right tell your friends about them If not tell us W H Ward ter cheaper than either tf H C Hamilton Prof Lippard wants ambitious stu Of coure you know Ward pays more for eggs than any one It means money in your pocket to take them there 2t We are in a position to save you monev on all kinds of building especially on doors windows and furnishing material tf Hamilton Magee Having decided to reduce my busi ness to groceries and tinware I will for the next sixty days sell best prints Sic shoes clothing and notions at cost at less than city C D PJwelL 110 tf Embroidery While your hand is in begin your work for Spring I call attention GO my stamping and will appreciate your order Martha A Kendrick opposite College Dan Mile Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Dr RoMtorry Ostraath Office at G M Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Thursdays and Fridays of each week and examination free All diseases and ailments 11 25 tf Far Sato Lancaster Greenhouse for two hun dred dollars If taken at once seed be a florist can sell all the vegetable plants one can raise Satisfactory reason given forselling Call and In vestigate John ChrtatBMB Prop Tha LaviavM Past I have taken the agency for the Louisville Post and will deliver the papers at your door every sight WITHOUT FAIL If you give BM your order your paser will be deliver ed mod yes will sot be disappointed Ring Me up si the Central office 43 and I will coae aid give you prices BeaDHendea Att9fmcy At Law W J saucersReason lOurever this and we will appreciate a youboth plasterSacket CollegeDont material prices Caldwell Tuesdays Coultatio treated sot IJalL rl w Yeetsely O Ito tt Jl ear region I Louis 6- MaHuaise Ls teeeier oissserhaeeaeisaen h a 0 Banks Hudson We will sell you the best grades of 7 CAOL 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 businessBANKS HUDSON I J JWAnEBPlIII ea THE National Bank Of Lancaster JL R DENT Preside J B STORMES Vice Prest S C DEMIT CuUer J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sasl D Cochran Alex B Denny Robinson Denny Catitll 50000 SIrJIIs 10000 A C John E Stormes- S C Safety Delllsit onsfor Relt E L WM S Prest W C FiA Via Prot W G Keeper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I I u uuuuuI We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 M COY B L HOLD KGGUYN J 8 BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS WCFISH 1 I I nW3O= Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance JVU K Denny nII J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tip OTZEN NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAl Is SUIPLUS MM B F HuDBOir Cashier W O RJQKKY Asst Gashr G D Warn Bookkeeper Bmttis Solicited Prompt and Garefal Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson R F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders s 1111111111111111111 IJ1Beazle9 I Undertaker MtIriII CaYitJ Ime DENTIST II Once over Heradeaa Jewelry store J We Solicit Your BusinesS TALL LIIE OP CASKETS All BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK 11111111111111111I II IIIIIII T J HOODR DENTIST Office at residence Danville stI FurnitureCarpets Matting Oil Linoleums Window Easels Costumers Springs and Mattresses Picture Frames Glass Etc Etc Etc Anything not found in stock will be ordered on terms Your patronage is appreciated Phone 5 J C ROBINSON i Cloths 1 Shade I I I 1 i reasonable CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Mend at tie Post Office in Lancaster KyatS- ccondCUut Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky January 10 1908 In his New Years editorial Bro B Brewer of the Fairview Review says We are saying good bye to the old year It has slipped away from us with all of its memories It wakes a chord of pain in our heart as we think that a thing of the past It has gone forever with its sunshine and shadows its joys and its sorrows its brightanticipations and sad ments with its many opportunities or disregarded Gone forever which we cannot recall oy any human ingenuity We cannot live it over again It is a thing of the past and will like all human enterprises be for gotten in the mad rush of the future But let us remember that there lies before us a new year fair and spotless as yet untouctfed by sin and failure and glowing with the hope of promise Then let go forward Ex 1415 into the untried future fearless and dauntless staying hearts on the grand promise that stands firm and changeless amid the changing scenes of times The Lord He it is that doth go before thee He will be with thee He will not fail thee neither forsake thee fear not neither be dismayed Deut 318 Yes it is enough we can go forward fearless and glad with His presence with us His hand guiding and leading Hisstrength protecting us to the journeys end So we have said good bye to the old year and enter upon the new realizing that we are one nearer home and that the hand that has led us all the days of the past will lead us until our feet shall stand in safety within the nearly gates of the New JerusalemAs shadows gather round us At the closing of the year We look back at the days departed And perchance may drop a tear Yet we know that we are nearer To the home of joy and love Nearer to the many mansions Of our Fathers house above Women watch the advertising col umns because upon them devolves the necessity of spending the family in come to the best advantage which commonly means making 31 do the work of It is not love of shop ping but the need of practicing econ omy that keeps them on the look out for bargains Still it is not feminine nature to pass a bargain by whether is necessary to count the pennies or The most complete edi tion of any paper we have seen is that of the Louisville Post of last Satur days edition It is their annual trade and gives complete write ups of the city of Louisville and Kentucky The Post which is unsurpassed as a news medium is thoroughly equipped mechanically and has gained many friends in Kentucky and adjoining statesSenator Johnson of Alabama says it is the negro problem that has caused the white people of the south to ban ish the liquor traffic His remarks have a flavor of regret and sadness but there are people not necessarily friend ly to the colored folk who will hold that he ought to be glad that there is a negro problem since it brought the reformHenrietta Urosman the actress who has gone into bankruptcy blames her failure on The Christian Pilgrim Well Christian pilgrims very often travel an uphill and rocky road Dont it beat all how the water wagon is increasing while the brewery is decreasing Another thing a number ot people would like to see abolished is the poker chip that refuses to stack anywhere in front of the other fellow Every time there is a marriage the brides kin have a way of looking as though the bride is throwing herself awayNext to the man with the clammy hand we despise the man who shakes hands sideways the usual custom be ing to shake hands up and down It scares a woman almost to death to think how scared she would be to have a strange man speak to her It Doss Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Bucklens Arnica Salve It does the business Ihave used it for piles and it cured them Used it for chapped hands and it cured them it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m 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 k simply a makeshift Get a pre Bcription known to druggists every where w Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these Week inside nerves Strengthen these build them up with Dr Snoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see bow quickly help will come Free staple test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wto Your health is rely worth this simple test B E McRobertt I W t disappoi t t uS I QUI I I I I I I I lit edition Th Applied B tt r its employed two and elaborate except E nerves 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 keep my stomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at R E McRoberts drug store 25c 1m STONE Mrs George Eager of Judson is very sickC S Sanders bought of Berry Brew ner one cow and calf for 35 Mr Walter Fayne sold one sow and five shoats to C S Sanders 20 Mr Henry McQuerry is very sick of typhoid fever at this writting Mr Lee Grcw bought of Hermon Humphrey one horse for 125 Mrs Mary Sanders visited her sister Mrs Brack Grow last Thursday Miss Ocie Snyder of Madison is the guest of ner sister Mrs John Hicks Mr L M Crutchfield and wife visited friends at Nicholasville part of last weekMrs Cora Sanders and sister Miss Alice Snyder visited their mother last ThursdayMrs Preston of Jessamine is the gust of her daughterMrs Mary B PrestonMiss Lee Wiley was the charm ing guest of Miss Linnie Preston part of last week Rev G H Fern delivered two very interesting sermons at Scotts Fork Sunday and Sunday night Miss Mable Crutchfield of Lancas ter is spending several days with her mother Mrs L M Crutchfield Miss Nettie Hunter of McCreary and Miss Ella Hicks of Loyd visited Mrs Joe Hicks dnring holidavs Mr C W Mitchell and family moved to their new home in Jessamine coun ty last Friday Their many friends re Bret to see them leave they have lived in this community for twenty three yearsOn Dec 31 Mr Eligah McMillian and Miss Eliza Ray were married at the home of F M Tinder at Lancaster af ter the seremony they drove to Mr JosephHicks where a bountiful supper was awaiting them The attendants were Mr Angle Sanders and Miss An nie Walker Mr Tom Hicks and Miss Ella Hicks We wish them a long and happy journey through life 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 beginning 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 1m PREACHERSV1LLE J L Anderson had a good mare to die as did also Menefee Elmore Born to the wife of John Bell a fine boy Mother and son both doing nice ly Born to the wife of John Colson a 10 lb girl Mrs Colson was Miss Maggie Hester of Manse Miss Mattie McClarys school will close here in next month She is a good teacher and very popular with our folks Miss Lucy Massey gave her school at Hobbs school house a most delightful Christmas tree The pupils gave a a very creditable exhibition which was enjoyed immensely by all present Lams Shoulder Cured Lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and quick ly yields to a few applications of Pain Balm Mrs F H Mc Elwee of Boistown New Brunswick writes Having been troubled for some time with a pain in my left shoulder I decided to give Chamber lains Pain Balm a trial with the result that I got prompt relief For sale by F P Friable 1m PAINT LICK G W Rice has taken charge of his livery stable and will run it with his skating rink He will keep first class rigs to hire out and also feed horses B 0 Moberly who has been running the stable for the last three years has gone back to Moberly Station to go in the merchandise business with his brother he also took his rigs with him to get them up m shape to sell B N Beazley Is receiving tobacco There has been several around since Christmas and for several to follow right soon A Cure for Misery 1 have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says B M of Louellen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes In 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and 16 puts yellow jaundice out of commission great tonic 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 McRobefts drugstore la Springer da U payingw prospects James med- Icine I f o Chamberlains more This or the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Hay crop is fairly good and selling for 12 to Wheat and winter oats are looking very well at present Many shoats are for sale on account of scarcity of corn Live stock market is dull Some mules and horses changing hands at fair prices A few bunches of good cattle are in this section but owners refuse to sell at current figures A dry floor a good bed a warm stall plentv of wholesome feed and pure water provided for the dairy cow when the wintry winds are blowing and the mercury stands below zero will have their reward in the continued flow of good rich milk Wallaces Farmer holds that the farmer is truly a philosopher since dur ing the financial flurry he refused to become panic stricken arguing as he did that the soil remains fertility remains the railroads still carry on transportation and therefore he sees no reason why civilization should lapseTrial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the a pen nys great value of thissclen tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts One farmer on the value of feeds has discovered that two birds fed on grain alone laid 197 eggs in a certain period while two birds of the same brood fed a variety ration laid 294 eggs in the same time This is certainly evidence enough in favor of the variety In other respects the care and attention were the same The year 1907 has been an unusually good year for all engaged in the live stock business on the Louisville mar ket says the Farmers Home Journal It has been a year of wide and arratic fluctuations in cases extremely disastrous to shippers and raisers of live stock yet on the whole the aver age price of cattle hogs and sheep has been high The total receipts at the Bourbon Stock Yards for 1907 were 6062 horses 132267 cattle 34341 calves 786897897 hogs and 365835 sheep and lambs or a total of 1325502 animals These figurers go to show that Louisville as a live stockmarket is making much headway each year Judge Bentons vigorous charge to the grand jury at Winchester a short time sinee has been widely copied and most favorably commended After to the lawlessness engaged in the dark tobacco district he the necessity of the tobacco grow ers of the burley belt upholding the law at every point not only as a duty of good citizenship but also means to an end or obtaining what they are striving for by and through the A S of E organization Pendletonian SEED A Good Place Is on Nails In Joists of Barn Here Is a method of hanging seed corn to the joists in the barn Nails are driven into the joists at a distance of three or four inches apart Each ear Is hung to a nail either by a string attached to a nail driven into the end I 15 peoplewithout costthe many emphasized G 6 experimenting referring asa The HANG CORN Hanging Seed Corn In the Barn of the ear or by one or two husks If placed where there is plenty of venti lation says Prairie Farmer this method of drying corn is reported to be where the corn Is selected early and given a chance to dry out during fall weather Guaranteed one good thug about selfmade men Is that manufacturers guaranty goes with every one of them A Cheerful Giver Justin heres a called Mrs Wyss All right replied Mr Wyss from the library Give him all he cam carry away Harpers Weekly The finest Coffee Substitute ee made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min ute Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee Is really the Coffee Imitation eyer yet Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt Really it would fool an he to drlak it for Coffee Gill ft Simpson very SaUsfactory DiggsTheres BiggsWhat DiggsA produced nutetc expertwere to blli collector closest unknowingly gr R E McElOBKRTs Prest J WEucoRx Cashr J C EUBAXKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THoMAS Ast 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 Tk Latest Ink ui Side officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For tile custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W W DIRECTORS H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price ILL Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton THE Whitaker Automatic Gates 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 trouble4th 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 7th 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 saYS so 7 req- Uirement L Lawson K Perkins It Cook BY give M I ref particularly Bead what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14tn 19 XL Ihave one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Rucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly JB Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time Ihas given persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any shild can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one yearfor the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all Sold by Forest Calico Bra 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 Farmers AttentionIcan insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay la Year Far Bares J H KINNAIRDS J2S General Insurance Agency rightT sale I l FREE By special arrangements with Baslia Telephone Co any one can caU Be Office Pttoae No 31 Beaideace NoT II7S FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS E 8 CRESCENT ROUTEQUEEN Winter Tourist Tickets feSab Ifiiialu let 17 Jusar uu I koEIV ai L r= THINGS 1908With great big expectations for the coming 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 II iI f 4 G for i The 1 I 1908 I EaEE S C Ii s 0 r ts1 year r H I S A T-t t CATHOLICS IN PHILIPPINES Archbishop Harty of DlocSe of rays They Number i religious situation In the Phil Ippines from the Catholic viewpoint iaMa- nila 7000000- The ARCHBISHOP HARTY has been pictured for American readers by Arch bishop In this country on a visit The Most Rev J J Harty was appointed archbishop of Ma nila three years ago and during Incumbency Harty now his he has 300000 con administered firmations In his diocese This large number it Is explained In The Catho sic Mirror Is perhaps due to the fact that confirmations had not been ad ministered In the country districts for many years prior to his arrival By means of the ecclesiastical census in etitated by the old Spanish It is ascertained that there are now 7000000 Christians in the archi pelago Some other facts concerning the Catholic church in the Philippines are given In The Mirror as follows The idea that the church in the Philippines is rich Is pure fiction The church had been rich in lands and these lands were productive and gave results bat for ten years no revenue has been received from any of them and the result is poverty on the part of the church Under the old regime the Spanish government paid for the support of the clergy This of course has been withdrawn and the clergy are dependent on the voluntary con tributions of the people The people had not been accustomed to support the clergy directly they supported them indirectly through the taxation system The direct contributions are now a hardship to them the support which they give to the church Is very meager and the priests are in extreme povertyThere are 400 priests IB the of Manila 120 priests in the of Jaro 110 in the diocese of Ylgan 250 in the diocese of Cehn and lee ia the diocese of Nueva Caceres In the United States we have 14000 see Catholics with 14 archbishops SO bishops and 15000 priests In the Philippine islands we have 7000000 Catholics just 50 per cent of those In America and we have 1 archbishop 5 bishops and 1040 priests The contrast in these figures shows without comment how much remains to be done missionaries diocese 1 F I F diocese striking ONWARD AND UPWARD The general plans for the establish ment of a great Presbyterian rallying place at Montreat in North Carolina have been published in the church papers It is proposed to make Mon treat far more than a mere summer resort It Is to be a rallying place for Presbyterians of the south Charles Carroll Brooks the founder of The Very Small Library is plant Ing libraries in various mountain He Is a mountain boy and was brought up in the Blue Ridge near Harpers Ferry W Va Education is going on apace in Uganda in Central Africa and there is no separation between it and reli glous teaching A C M S missionary writes The boys and girls are being brought up in the fear and nurture of the Lord because they first learn that the beginning of wisdom is to know God and Jesus Christ whom he has sentWhat makes you women so from us a Mohammedan woman In Persia asked of Miss McLean of the Presbyterian mission Is it what you eat Wont you make me a dress Just like yours so that I may look like you Miss McLean made her the dress and she confesses that the was not a pretty picture when arrayed in it I havent got the look yet she said as she came There is something in your eyes that isnt in ours What made the difference was the light of Christ shining within Robert E Lewis general secretary of the T M C A in central China writes that the evangelistic meetings in Korea during the recent visit of John R Mott were of remarkable power A three days campaign was held at Seoul At one meeting over 200 men rose and stood as evidence of their desire to accept Jesus Christ Prof Marcus Dods Honored Prof Marcus Dods has been chosen by the United Free Church Assembly of Scotland to succeed the late Dr Rainy as principal of New college Edinburgh one of the theological schools of the United Free church Dr Dods promotion from the of New Testament theology is especially remarkable from the fact that he is 73 years old For ten years after leaving the theological school he sought in vain for a pastorate but he has ripened late Increasing his till his greatest advancement has come when he Is past threescore and ten Led All to Christ A Sunday school teacher said aot long ago 1 have 14 young women in my class and I have had the Joy of leading every them to Jesus The Horses at Night When the weather permits try hitching the horses out these warm nights or what is better leave the stable door open and let them go out into a small lot to roll and lie dowa on the ground instead of in the bard Barrow stalls different I I woman I back I dIs- appointed r professorship influence of 9 communities one r Settlement Time has arrived and we will be very glad ifyou will call and settle your account Please Do Not Put Off this matter as we need what is due us McRobeifs Drug Store l I I II r s q f A I Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Meshes ef the Md Gcfegs We Art h Mr George Farris was in Louisville the past week Mrs Price has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Hiss Vanmeter of Richmond is the guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny Miss Cochrane of Eminence is the guest of Mr and Mrs Ed Walker Mr Jack Bout of Stanford attend ed the dance last Thursday evening Miss Collins of Richmond visited Miss Annie Herndon the past week Miss Julia Reid is in Louisville visit ing Mrs J V Pilcher in the Highlands Miss Smith of Richmond was with Misses Martha and Helen Gill the past weekMr Joe Burnside left this week for Middlesboro where he has accepted a positionMr B Marksbury has accepted a position with the Garrard Bank and Trust Company Miss Virginia Goodloe gave an dinner Saturday at her beautiful suburban home Miss Susie Hilton who has been visi ting her parents at Brodhead has to Lancaster Mrs Belle Burnside has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Larry D Jones of Monticello Miss Annie B Royston has returned to Chicago after a delightful visit to her parents and friends Mrs J C Hemphill leaves in a few days for a visit to her daughter Mrs A J McNees of Clinton Mo Miss Katie Lee Denny entertained the past week in honor of her visitor Miss Vanmeter of Richmond Misses Annie and Lucille Donahue of Lebanon are visiting their brothers B and H Donahue of Hyattsvitle Mrs Louis has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs A H Rice at the Rossmore Louisville Miss Lydia Williams of Bloomfield and Miss Ruth Beall of Winchester are the attractive visitors of Mrs J H WilliamsMrs Henry after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J G Robinson returned Saturday to her home in Tenn and family who in Lexington have returned to Lancaster and taken charge of the Mason HoteL Mr and Mrs John Mount alter a vip it to his parents Mr and Mrs J R Mount have returned to their home in Rockymount N C Mrs Edwin Price left Wednesday for Parkenyille W Va to be at the of her brother Mr John Francis who continues very ill of appendicitis Miss Alice Maddox and Mr Booker Elite of Eminence were married in Louisville Christmas day Mrs Ellis will be remembered here as the and attractive visitor of Miss Allie Arnold Her many Lancaster friends wish her much happiness in her new lifeSaturdays Louisville Times contain ed picture of Mary day Woodruff Jr and Bradford Williams children of Mr and Mrs W I Williams of this city Also a bandeose picture of Miss Flora Zelgter the Deputy County Clerk of Garrard Miss Zeigler is one of our Most accossplisbed and popular girlsSomerset Tinea HOB B H Tonlin son of Lancaster was in tee city this week on legal bastes Mr Tomlin represented Garrard in the legisla fare two terau and to one of the best ikaowB attorneys of the light dto tricfcMiSi Mary P I lit by T J elegant returned Land ram Mr J D Galley resided I Ceases Thiss Athens bedside popular son Roberts hair yy turned from a visit to relatives in Lan caster and Danville It is with much regret that we an nounce the departure of H D Arnold and family for Mineral Wells Texas We trust they will not make it their permaneut home Mr Arnold has made a host of friends while here and such men as this we hate to give Mrs Arnold has been teaching in this county for a number of years and has the reputation of being one of the best teachers Garrard County has ever produced She numbers her friends by the score Our best wishes go with this excellent family and here is success may attend them but that they may soon return to old Kentucky ODDS AND ENDS Manorambal the accomplished daughter of the famous Pundits Rams bai founder of the Mukti mission at Poona India is now actively engaged in spiritual work in the same field She writes us thanking the friends who have contributed to the mission At Detroit Mich a Young Mens Hebrew association has organized One of the most eloquent preachers In Wales is the Rev J Baulston Jones He has been blind since he was two years old but was graduated with high honors at the University of Glas gowMrs Valentine Gonnering of Free dom Wis probably holds the record as the mother of religious in that state If not the whole United States She is the mother of ten children all of whom will devote their lives to The celebration of Pope Pins Xa golden jubilee as a priest will begin September 18 next and continue throughout the next 12 month con cluding on September 18 1908 the ac tual anniversary The holy father has expressed the wish that no money be wasted on costly entertainments re ceptions and the like Necessities ef Life Mr Smallpurse back from wedding we are my dear IB our new home If you will look about the house and tell me whats wanted Ill go out ond get It Bride returning from tow of I gpectlon My love we need a a chambermaid and a butler N Y Weekly 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 says C 0 Eldridge of Empire Ga I have used Discovery seven years and 1 know it is the best ramedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troub les My children are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung Sold under guarantee at B E McRoberts drug store 50c and ILOO Trial bottle free 1m SPAINEF Misses Mollie and Mind Spainhower spent the holidays in Lexington and attended the Southern Educational Association They report a most program Mr John S Henderson of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mollie Spainbower The Law Secretary WitaOB says One of the objects of to to inform the coo Burner of the presence The law that amount of chloroform opium morphine and otherhabit forms Ing drugs be stated OB the label of each bottle The asannfactarers of Cough Remedy have al ways claimed that their ressedy did not of hese drugs sad the truth of this claim is sow taMf proven as BO steaUoa ofthess to aside on the label to ot only one of the safest but of the best for couf hs sad colds Its value ing the any yeses it has IB Herat use For sale by Triable Drug Store upi hop- Ing bee permanently J tourHere cook r Discovery New remedies FeN thelaw Tb lauJMbe dur I religion interesting Pure requires the Chamberlains co tarn any ore pjovss beyond question bees r ANNUM REPORT OF THE Financial Condition OP THE CITY OF 14SC1STEI For the fiscal year ending January 6th 1908 January 7th MOT RECEIPTS Balance on hand Jan 7th 1907 91827 collected in 1907 1615 32 Taxes collected la 1907 790097 Licenses collected in 1007 558 Oo Work house rent 1666 Sale of club franchise 25 00 Taxes refunded by Graded School SI 25 Interest earned Sinking Fund 175 15 Total 105380 DISBURSEMENTS Salary City Council Mayor and Fees Clerk 118 35 Atty Fees and Commissions of City Attorney 65000 Paid Work house keeper MIl 37 Guard for Prisoners i Jailor 1680 For attending Town Clock 25 0 Police HIM City Treasurer City Assessor 5001 City Supervisors for two years 1907 and 1908 66ft For Public Lighting It75 For Street Improvements 244 86- ollce Court room 53 97 For Public For Insurance 4 Marshalls com on Taxes 19067 For rent of workhouse 50 oo For Freight For on water works land note On principal of water works note 80819 National Bank of Lancaster note and interest Into fund For Miscellaneous claims Tax transferred to water works fund 1447 4S Total 1053862 WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND RECEIPTS Vaterrents 1758 91 fax transferred from general fund 1447 43 Total 290637 DISBURSEMENTS Engineer Salary 97560 742 74 Hauling 147 47 177 81 Insurance 120 00 Miscellaneous 75 8 Treasurers Commission 17 4 Total 12906 37 At the beginning of the present term January 1906 there was sides the 2498900 bonded endebted ness of the other indebtedness of the amounting to 3 9900 as follows One note to the National Bank of Lancaster Ky 100868 One note to J K Storaea for waterworks land 1 89 Outstanding claims araonntiag to 1210 00 Of this indebtedness the following ing has been paid out of revenues year Bonded indebtedness paid and can celled 8008 09 Note to the National Bank of Lancas ter 100000 Oa the principal of waterworks land note 818 19 Interest on the foregoing two notes 251 83 Making a paid off daring year 1907 of 426003 besides current ex penses of that year and leaves at thebeginning year 1988 2106000 debtedness 29681 note indebtedness for water works land and BO outstanding or un paid claims C W West City Clerk Some never display their dispositions except in the face of an corny A tickling cough from any cause to quickly stopped by Dr Snoops Cough Cure And it to so thoroughly bars less and safe that Dr Snoop tells sooth everywhere to give it without heal tation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender items of a mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure the cough and heals the sore and acne tire bronchial membranes Hoopla no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resiBOW plant extract that helps to heal ach ing lungs The Spaniards call shrub which the doctor uses Herb Always demand Dr Snoops Cough Cure B cBoberts nates of Prof his schools One wnus Asa well with Thanks delighted with results at which areexcel lest because Interest to takes IB each student Because you score for when a away other schools faIL I woaM advise eeyoB basiaess coarse to atUa jour 128 00 75 00 fi03 87 103 21 114 l656 22 S6 30 J8G 83 1065 00 00 260 24 658 00 I t cal ple retiring lOC It TheS- end Tbe1tHtuct LI 1CIaoo lIIdI y e y Fines iclo 75 For coal 51 2ooo era canes this Z College Another Am your oai alt- a se1fook i 4 The firm of Mount El kin having baen disolved o all persons indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once as the Mount Elkin Notice upII Sc Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy the celebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strOg points W J ROMANS Greatly Reduced Prices Wa have a Boater of boxes of alee Stationery where the box only fe slightly soilai that we The paper la IB perfect coBdilioB Cosse any ad get the pick of these bargalaa STORE FOR oocOOOOOoooooooc Special Sale ON Box Stationery are sow ckIeg at cost fri5b16 s D 00000000 OOOOCOOOOO 000000 0 f I oat J fiI or 7 lOad Have Always Bought and whIch has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of t 0 and has been made under his per sonal supervision since itsInfancy Allowno one todeceiTe youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms aad allays Feverishness It cures IHarrlioea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tie Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend Y c i Paregoric Drops S CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt comuiR eo Munr TT MUMUV I LCT new von CITY I All The New Local State National will be found in the Central Record and the CutiiM Weekly Enquirer or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson Sweeney J D Nave Mrs Gill W T Worrel John A Sanders B L Burton B C Boian I Falcon a Ships Mascot Ohio Fred Is a large falcon with a curved and wicked looking beak and claws which command respect from alL He was captured by Chief Officer F G Mills when the vessel was about 100 miles inside of Unimak Pass on the voyage north Mr Mills only secured Fred after hard struggle The bird alighted on the foretop of the steamship one afternoon There was a heavy wind and the big bird was tired out Mr Kills climbed aloft and after a succeeded in bringing Fred to the deck Fred however almost took them both overboard on the way down from the foretop He struggled with Us large wings and nearly took the officer from the rigging Mr Mills however clung to his prize and the result was that Fred became the pet and mascot of the It was only with his captor that be woald become friendly To anyone else approaching he shows his beak and threatens them with his claws and they keep their distance Seattle Post Intelligencer NonBarking Dogs To teach a dog notTtcT bark woUld em to be as impossible a task as teaching a child not to cry or a boy mot to talk loud but there is a case e record where a dog was so taught although it took the trainer three years to accomplish It Then be thought he had a dog that differed from all the other dogs in the world bat In this he was mistaken for there are at least three varieties of dogs that never bark the lionheaded dog of the shepherd dog of Egypt sad tile Australian dog The law in aome countries is quite severe on Bightbarkiag In Japan for in the owner of the dog Is liable to arrest sad to a penalty of one years work oa tile complaint of aay eae who has been disturbed by the taridag There would be a good mr arrests aiade if a law of that kind should be forced In any of ow adwraaa towaa N Y Herald AND We furnish both one year for only 150 Leave POSTED W S P D W Gillispie J W W B Cook a struggle ship I TJbet dogs Bee t 4 J LT t FARMERS AND GOOD ROADS The Latter Contribute to the of the Farmer One of the factors contributing to the prosperity of the modern agricul tural community is a system of good public roads This subject has been discussed so frequently in the farm daily and magazine press that very few are not conversant with its more important aspects Every one must concedethat the subject is important and its benefits to the agricultural and commercial worlds are self evident Impetus is being given to the build ing of rural highways by the activi ties of the office of public roads with the United States of agriculture Systematic work is being carried forward under the direction of this bureau and the influence of these federal endeavors has reached out into a number of the statesIt quite opportune that the undertook to foster the building of good roadways Now through the education received from national road experts and from the crying necessity for better means for wagon transportation of farm products to market a general demand for good permanent country highways has gone out from the agricultural classes America has been exceedingly backward in developing a system of good public roads but the time is at hand when farmers will not be com pelled to haul their grain and produce over ways covered with mire or filled with dangerous ruts The general consensus of opinion regarding public roads declares the Indiana Farmer is that there Should be a good strong executive man at the head of a forceful commission dealing with the question Twentyone states in the union have such a commission with an active and competent civil engineer or some other skillful practical man at its head It will be noticed that these states are improving their highways and are making them permanent and durable Prominent among the states thus applying business methods and scientific principles to road building are New York Pennsylvania Illinois and Ohio The 17 other states are suit very closely and good re sults are noticeable Of coarse it will require many years before every see tion in these states is immediately benefited but it suffices that the work is well begun AN OUTDOOR FURNACE It Can Be Put to Many Uses on the Farm Build the furnace walls of brick and mortar When three Inches high lay Iron strips crosswise four Inches apart this makes the grate Build as high as you want the walls finish Ing with a top from an oldtime or a part of an old cook stove Take Prosperity connected department government following heater For Washing or Canning aa old stove door for the furnace door suggests the Missouri Valley Farmer leaving room for ventilation under the door Use any kind of piping bat fear or pipe is better than larger Build the funwce ia a shed or some other convenient place S 1 ft inCh t 9 IS Formal Dinners at While House Par taken of in Gloom Jefferson was a methodical man keeping account of all his expend tures and the Allowed accounts kepi while he in the White Hous show that he spent 12000 for liquor alone during his term of eight years says a writer in the Home Magazine When we take consideration the fact that glasses clinked merrily around the cabinet table as well as the dining table and that ari open buffet was for all callers this amount is not surprising Notwith standing the low prices Jefferson often spent as high as 50 on his small dinners wine list not included and he was most particular about his wines and brandies Jeffersons state dinners were limited to about 40 guests The large dining room was not considered finished so when his guests were numerous he had a long table placed in the center of the great east room and dismal enough it must have been with its bare walls many windows and draughts and insufficient light from the candles which dropped wax tears at every wind which blew up from the Potomac No wonder Jeffer son and several of his successors looked forward dismally to the state affairs and cheerfully to the informal dinners FOR A HANGMAN Difficulty in Finding Some One to Ex ecute a Murderer The British army was once in diffi culties through the lack of a hangman Murder was committed by a soldier in the Crimea but nobody could be found to carry out the sentence of the courtmartialIt that 20 and a free discharge would be granted to the man undertaking the task last a man volunteered He was newcomer to the army On the night prior to the date fixed for the execution they locked up the hangman in a stable to keep him safe In the morning the party at the gal lows waited but there was no He had gone mad during the night or else he was now simulating madnessThe in command turned of his captains with Captain you will have the goodness to hang the prisoner The captain changed countenance but he pulled himself and appealed to the sergeants with Which of you will hang this manAnd to spare his captain one of the men volunteered He afterward had the satisfaction of flogging the man who had volunteered and failed STATE NORMAli To any young man expecting to tend the Eastern Kentucky State School Richmond Ky Write to 1 R Boothe Pres Y M Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make for meeting you at the train and finding you suitable boarding place You can then come to the office of the President who will assist you in out your Course of Study EAT WHAT YOU WANT Science Has Now Found the True Way to Cure Indigestion A few ago when a sufferer from indigestion went to a stomach specialist was a rigid diet list meant But the first thing to do in the case of indigestion or stomach weakness is to the muscular walls of stomach and intestines so that they will care for the food that is eaten In no other can this be done as well as taking a Iliona tablet before each meal restores strength to the stomach muscles and the pouring out of so that the ed readily and its nourishment retained in system to build up energy and vitalityDo think the sick headache bad taste in the mouth coated tongue spots before the eyes sleeplessness and other are the direct result of indigestion will go away of themselves The must up and strengthened by Miona before can be well and strong free from suffering and distress The guarantee that leading druggists with 50cent box of Miona to refund the money unless the remedy cures shows confidence in treatment Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts BEST OF PROOF That Hyomei Will Cure All Forms of Catarrhal Diseases Testimonials could be printed by the thousands of from our own town that Hyomei is an absolute cure for all but the best proof of its unusual curative the back if Hyomei not do all that is claimed is not a secret Its formula is given freely to physicians who want to know they use they prescribe guaranteed Food and Drug Law by serial No 1418 breathing the healing j goes directly to every nook corner of passages where the catarrhal and disinfects and heals Tobe convinced of this have only to give it a trial remembering not cure your money will be refunded The complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 most cases is sufficient to cure the disease making it not a scientific treatment one that is highly economical Get an outfit have any catarrh Sold and guaranteed byJR B McRoberts Druggist I WHEN JEFFE SON WA5 HOST I was to kept usually together a Normal C- An arrangements making powersis guarantee that is given every outfit ands rk that I i 0 HUNT AlI hangman It- one tbs heartburn e ive medication S L j 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE i f2f- i is Ii Ir 11on TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably Communica tions HANDBOOK sent free Oldest agency for securing patents Patents taken Jlunn Co receive Jftsierican A handsomely illustrated weekly Largest clr cnlntlou any scientific Journal Terms 3 a year four months l Sold by all newsdealers New York ttrsuich Office 625 F St C Years of Suffering Then Robust Health Great Remedy Cured Skin Disease of Long Sfgnding Mr J Weber of IOCS Vine sti eet San Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skin suffering which ended in robust health when he found a remedy which cured him like magic Here is Mr Webers own story In July 1900 my face began to be affected with a terrible skin disease I went to a doctor and he told me that I had been poisoned and he wanted to operate on me I refused to let him do so and after afew months my face was an awful sight You could see that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that I had cancer Great boils would appear increasing in size and paining me terribly I begun to doctor again but no one could help me large pimples and boils would continue to come At that time I hid as many as ten on my face I was such a sight that my friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five years until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this time I tried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it bad cured several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a sec ond bottle The use of five bottles cured me It has been eight months now and the disease has not returned My friends ask what it was that cur ed me of the awful skin trouble and I answer that it was D D D which know that every word of the above letter is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis salt rheum danduff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this rem edy E E McRoberts Lancaster QUARTERLY REPORT Bank Of Brantsville AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS Dec 3 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 371 U OS Overdrafts secured S Overdrafts uusejured J Due from National Banks 534 05 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust Companies 582409 Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Mortgages Other Stocks and Bonds Specie Currency 079 13 14JT 00 21M5 13 Exchange Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 1703 43 Fund to Taxes Current Expenses Last Quar ter 530 9 Give description location value and owned all real estate ex bunking house and lot if any owned than five years None Total 50578 29 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 30000 Undivided Profits COS 12 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits to cbeckon is not 32080 89 Deposits subject to check on paid depositsouTime certificates deposits- on which interest Saving deposits on which 32080 89 Due National Banks 315 28 345 28 Due State Banks and Bankers Bills rediscounted 2100 00 Unpaid dividends 144 00 Taxes due and unpaid CapitalStock not SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder person or firm including in the liability or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such exceeds 2o per cent of capital stock acm ally and actual amount of surplus of the bank No How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured Highest amount of indebted ness of any director or offi cer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds lo cent of paidup capital NOHowDoes amount of Indebtedness of person company or ity of the or firm liability of the individ nat thereof ex medIa cent of capital and actual surplus No so state amount Q indebtedness v No Amount of last dividend 900 00 Were all expenses losses terest taxes deducted declaringdividend than lo cent of net profits of the bank for the covered by the divi surplusfundwas declared Yes i Total 5057829 State of Kentucky County of Garrard as J C Bank Bank located and doing btxsiness in the town of Bryantsville in said county being du sworn says the foregoing in all re a true statement condition of the saidBnk at the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1907 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the of said Bank has been transacted at the named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an offlcal received Secretary of State designating the 31 day of Dec 1907 as the on such report shall be made J C WILLIAMS Cashier Alta Boner Notary Public Garrard County Kentucky My Commission expires Dr B M BF Robinson Dlrecttasj r l on Patents peciat notice roil hour charge lu the Rf C MUNN Wash InK to D terrible meWe OF rIlE S i20 01 2511 25 r 530 93 Fund paidCertified CompaniesCashiers Sum a cts location be CWilliams W W Burnslde B I I I enUng a ketth anO description mc Co36IBradway flea TIlE I US Bonds for Clearings 5 1 1 In- 7 ciV i An Editors Recommendation Elitor The Rrcorrf We nv st hea til rccfuimend Prof Lpp rd Hurt M Business College work to the yourg pctpe of Lincaster Business Colloye here Ins graduated a number of our people aud placed them into good psitiuns where they are earning splendid salaries I would ad vise every person in your region to enter bis Husices Cjilege the e as he trains his students thoroughly and places them into good positions TrulyEditor Gazette Sit Sterling Ky KILLTHS COUCH CURE THE LUNCS Ir Kings New Diseove If I his young WITH VQ young lAND FOR COUCHS OLDS PRICE SOe SLO Trial BaSic Free OR MONEY REFUNDED Every reader of this paper who isnot 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 published It is full of good things each week The Experience Department alone is worth many times the subscription price of the paper which is sixty cents for one year or two years for one dollar or your own tame and other name both one year for one dollar Send for a free sample copy Address Indiana Farmer Company Indianapolis Indiana 3t An Interesting Prospectus 1907 was a greatyear for Magazine in business and in circula tion also editorially The magazine produced some of the best articles of the yearbig human fact stories which concerned tbe whole country As to published several of the best stories that appeared in 1H07 Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Elijah Evans Pig vs Lemon Evans Deft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November Term 1007 in the above styled action I as Master Commission er will on MONDAY JANUARY 27th 1908 between the hours of 10 A M and 2 p 31 it being county court day sell at the court bouse door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following real proper ty situated in Garrard County Ken tucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a point in the middle of the Poor Ridge Turnpike Road corner to Wm Whitaker and in line to Luhter Raney thence with middle of said pike N Ii W 4 8 chains N 28i E 290 chains N 6i W 295 chains to a point in the middle of said pike a to said Wm Whitaker thence leaving pike and still with said Whita ker N 81 E 166 chains N 86 E 490 chains to crooked sycamore corner to said Whitaker and Lemon Teater thence with said reater N 21 E 72S chains to a sycamore thence due North 2 16 chains to a stake and fence post corner to said Teater and to Wm Teater thence with said Wm Teater up a drain N GJJ W 317 chains S 711 W 420 chains to a locust in said drain N 83i W 328 chains N W 151 chains N 69 W 3 25 chains to tbe of Poor Ridge Pike thence with line of said pike N 12 E 272 chains N 1U W 1 21 chains to a point in the middle of said pike a corner to Louis Burdette thence leaving pike and with said Burdette S 71i W 563 chains S W 905 chains N 844 W 13 65 chains S 60S W 1440 chains N 3 E 10 chains to a point in a deep drain or hollow near a popular tree thence on same course 595 chains more in all 1595 chains N 12 E 187 chains N 30i E 10 chains to the middle of a drain corner to said Burdett and in line to J H Raneys heirs now Luther Raney thence down said drain with said Raney N 52i W 22 links N 83 and with middle of said creek S 8 W 362 chains S W 961 chains S 241 W 13 1 chain S 7 W 2 81 chains to a stake at turn of stone fence on each side of the creek thence with Elias Leavells line S W 865 chains to a point at the North abutment of a water gate on a branch in line to A D Ford thence up said branch and with Ford S 63 E 340 chains S 51 E 429 chains S E 719 chains E 346 chains S E 5 chains S 2i W 35 links to a point in the center of a gap in line to said Ford and corner to Newton Grow thence still said branch and with line of said 771 E 269 chains S 87 E 133 chains S 69J E 5 chains N 76 E 152 chains S 74 E 384 chains to a point in the forks of said branch a corner to said Grow and to Luther Raney formerly T West thence up left hand prong of said branch with lines of said Raney N 834 E 175 chains N 65 E 6 50 chains E 1 61 chains N 531 E 1 89 chains S 881 E 4 50 chains N 731 E 520 chains S 674 E 495 chains N 601 E 4 chains S 871 E 6 chains to the beginning con taming 18085 acrs Said land will be sold by the acre and only so much of said land will be sold as will satisfy plaintiffs debt inter and coif to day of sale this sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of 515000 which is plaintiffs debt interest and cost approximately tOO date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months 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 annum from date of sale 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 Waster Comr Garrard Circuit Court This January AND ALL THROAT Arm LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED that paperif Everybodys fictionEverybodys corner 55 mId- dle 55 SugarCreek39 28 601 73 water Grow- S est percent moneyJ 81908 io SATISPACTO WELL RRTolIoeQnAtty forP1ff CASTORFor Infants and Children Tie Kid You Have AIwaisBNglit IA Bears the Signature of terms FOR TftXESBy virtue of state and county taxes due and unpaid by the following deliu 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 mouse door in Lancaster Ky between 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 tbe amount of said tax es penalty interests costs etc As soon as the taxis 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 E 2 acres 3 8 80 Cunningham Mary 13 CO Harris Dove B 1 town lot 20 75 Mahoney James 1 town lot 9 40 Raney John 2 acres 540 Sharp Abe N R 8 town lots 46 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 G 35 Cooper Geo 1 town lot 5 25 Geo 1 town lot 4 70 Middleton Ed 1 town lot 5 90 Spillman Bill 1 town lot 5 Heirs 1 town lot Warren Jess 1 town lot 5 DISTRICT No 2 liUYAKTSVILLE WlIITE Brown Mary C 5 acres 4 05 Hughes L B 10 acres 6 90 Lane C W 12 acres 535 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 COLORED Britton Leon 9i acres 2 95 Cochran Frank and Bill 3 acres 6 40 Mulllns John 11 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 2i acres 5 75 East Bros 28 acres McLear Geo 2 acres Potts Bros N R 12 acres 22 25 Ray Mike 3 acres DISTRICT No 3 COLORED Anderson Mary 5 acres 4 05 Zeph 12 acres 8 10 Leavell Anderson 9 acres 880 Leavell Alice 25 acres 6 70 Leavell Finn 7 acres 8 10 Lear Ed 5 acres 525 Milter Alex 3 acres 5 15 DISTRICT No 4 PuNT LICK WHITE Adams Otis N R 3 acres 5 20 Almy S W N acres 7 45 Brock Carlo 50 acres Brock Carr 50 acres Cooley Sallie 20 acres 4 05 Fish Todd N R 500 acres 7 45 Holland Ike 77 acres 8 60 Lear Joe 6 acres 5 15 Milter J T N R 136 acres McCullum Heirs 47 acres 2 95 Newland J F 110 acres 19 45 PullinsMason N R 45iacres 29 75 Ross Arch N R 13 acres 1 95 Rogers W P 22 acres 920 Scarbrough Dave 28 acres 5 20 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 960 Beazley Geo 4 acres Faulconer Edith N R 35 acres 6 90 Goodloe Margaret 1 lot 4 15 Goodloe 7 CO Harris Will 2 acres 520 Hicks Oscar i acre 3 95 Kavanaugh Green 4 acres 4 05 Lackey Green heirs 1 acre 3 45 Lackey Mary 1 acre 345 Leavell Thompson H acres 6 35 Miller Martha 1 acre 235 Merritt Henry heirs 3 acres 3 50 Mitchell Mag 1 acre 2 35 SlavIn Amanda 2 acres 345 Spillman Carrie 1 acre 4 65 C A ARNOLD S G C Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank at their bank honse on Tuesday January 14 tb 1908 to directors to serve the 10 1907 B F HUDSON Cashier Election Notice There will election held the hare nolders of the National Bank of Lancaster Ky at its bank building January 14 1MB for the parpoae of electing directors for the earn SCDKNHT CMhfar Sale 1 lot Leavell 8 Salter 3 52 45 2 4 70 5 75 18 85 S 10 7 35 Horton R400 6 90 4 90 295 u 9 20 Don ling ensuing Deal 1 I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 lot beau year her WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more WAS rein TIES writes For over fiv years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused memuch pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die and alter taking the second bottla I entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AID SLNL WDAI1BECOMKI3EIIY C C E Stormes liw II II II t FOLEYSIlg CURE B Spiegel 12M N Virginia St WItwas J This face cleared of quick S O Mrs JBL Daniels of Winchester Kyisaysr For fifteen years I had sores oa myface They got worse all the time until I ra ashamed to CO out on tIle street When I dill I bad to wear aveil My face itched and burned so 1 though 6 Iwould go crazy 1 hal tried every remedy Icould get hold oC Ithought I nevercould get rid of it friend recommended your remedy I had tried so care but thought one moro would not make very much difference The Itchirar and turning stopped away and soon my face bean to clear It war stow wort now my before I trot the disease I had to use airreat many bottles but having skin cured i worth ten times so much as I spent Ithanlc you and hope joa 2ll kinds o success We hereby certify that foil particulars shown cs regarding this case conclusively prove that every taint of this terrible was permanently cleared away by the wonderful D D D Prescriptica For sale by R E McKoberts Stop That Cold To check early coMs orGrippe with Prerentfcrf means sure defeat forPneumonia To stop a cold with Preveatics is safer than to let itrun and beobliged to cure it afterwards To be sore Pro venUes will curs even a deeptr seated but taken early at the seeeze break orhead off these early colds Thats surely bettuv Thats why they are called little Candy Cold Cures Ko Qafa he no physic nothing sickening NIce for the children and safe too If you feel Chilly if you sneeze if yo ache all over think of Prevent es Promptness may also save half your usual sickness And dont forget your child 1C there is feverishness night or day Hereia prob ably lies Preventics greatest effirfeacy Sold la5e boxes for the pocket 25c boxes of 45 Preveatfca hMMtoaToardrnggiita SJTJ Preventics R E MCROBERTS One da no right nice all cll1rJikeit vas disease cold stagethey also in a audi amtgOtdiSCOuL ntI9ersi8tefand fly S yes Al PILES gtt rdkf fr