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THE GENTRAL RECORD MIOBTXEXTH TEAM LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 17 W08 r c N I ri tr M t A New Aid Fable This is not a George Adc fable though it may sling some slang It is a ionic Aid fable Once there was a Geezer who sat around and cut Kindling too small for Cook Stove purposes He Whittled against Time and Flabbergasted against his Town The town was No Good he said strictly on the Blin Yes it was N G Why hadnt he lived Here since 8i and found that the Place was Punky Sure Mike Look at that town over in tIle next County Grown like Jonah Gourd Must be a Jonah here Weve grown some but I see that were knocking any particularly Big Per simmons Thats the way this Gazaboo knocked his town One day a Sarcastic Stranger floated Into the Town that was Knocked from the burg that had Blossomed like Jonahs 0 GO e e o e don t 00 oRo 0 0 0 0 0- J t M A Fr 43r Q g 8 M Gourd He Heard some of the Flabbergasting and Dropped to the Look here you he remarked to the citizen who Handing Out the Knocks What do you do for this town Are you doing your part to put this Burg on the Upgrade Whats that hefty Bunch of sticking out of your Clothes Thats a Mall Order Catalogue from Chi cago a town that Is a town replied the So I thought said the Impertinent Now let mo hand you out a nice little Wad of common sense For the past ten years you have been sending your money to the Chi cago Mail Order houses instead of spending It among your home What would have happened to Chi cago fifty years ago If all the First Settlers had shipped their Loose Coin to New York on catalogue inducements Why youd have to use a sand dredger now to find the Original Site of Chicago Now In the Burg from which I have just Blown in we it rwas r fe r G fJo r e fi 0fl e situation literature e Geezer Arrival merchants o o is got over all tins Bum Business years ago AVc passed Resolutions that we Would trade at home and help our own town to Spread out so that you could Sight It on the map without using Opera Glasses But you and a Bunch of other folks in this town have wasted your Substance in Riotous Expenditures in Chicago by mail and let the sheriff hang out the Nothing Doing sign In front of some of your own towns mercantile Emporiums Look at our Town and then look at yours What makes the Whereupon the Whittling Gazaboo threw a few well cho jcj Een Thoughts into his mental makeup and went down to the 3 village to Annex a linen collar in place of the Paper 5s Circles which he had bought from Chicago at Two Bits a MORAL If you want your town to 2 grow patronize home enterprises flonouncement We call your especial attention to our im mense line and which have just been received We have the handsomest and most complete lines ever shown in Central Kentucky and defy any competitor to meet our prices or equal the stock Note Beginning February 1St 1908 we will dis continue premium dishes and china but instead we will give to every customer holding 1000 worth of tickets 25c in trade This means on any article in our store below the specified amount Any customer now holding our premium tickets may call at our store and we will gladly redeem them with either ofthe two articles named above Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporated G G e G fi store fi Q 11I Special Hamburgs LacBs 3 fq i s t t Difference k Box- Y 4 MMMMMM MMMMMMMM 0 p1OiJp 0 0 0 d0 0 0 0 0 0 t oft f l1x I t r 711 Cf Local Items Rev Mr Abernathy will fill his appointment at the Baptist church SundayWe a splendid picture of thena hotel made but the halftone cut di not arrive in time for this issue If you want high class printing a low rates 43 and we will be the order in less time than it take to tell it The first bill introduced in the session of the Legislature was t repeal the dogtax law There is opposition to the law and it doubtles will be repealed The Gleaners will meet in the of the Lancaster High School Jan 17 at 230 p m On this date members will be received tion for membership can be made The officers of the Presbyterian church have decided to replace the furnaces with new ones and they wil be installed in a few days The pre sent ones have been in service sine house was built and were the first to be used in this section of the state TheRecords Sunday papers Cincin nati Louisville Frankfort and Lex ington came lumbering in Monday a ternoon The unserable careless wa in which mail is sent to the Lancaste office is very agravating indeed Bank Election At annual election of directors The Garrard Bank Trust Co reelected its old board of directors with the ex ception of Thos Owens in place o J B Sanders and A B Brown Jr in place of I M Dunn At the National Bank tha name of J L Gill was added to the the list of old directors who were re elected The Citizens Bank reelected its old board Gen Birthday The local chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy will hold a of the birth of Gen Bobt E Lee at the residence of Mrs F P Frisbie next Saturday afternoon There will be a number of musical numbers and recitations and Hon W I Williams will deliver an address upon the life of the noted soldier The Lancaster Chapter is in a flourishing condition and the meetings are a source of much pleasure Enjoyable Meeting The Garrard County Christian En deavor Union which met at loch Christian church last Saturday greatly enjoyed by the large number of people both young and old who at tended The program aspublished ir last issue of The Record was carried out and each number was highly con plimented Dinner was served at noon The is now thoroughly organizes in Garrard county and is doing i noble work Mr Fox Will Return The Record is delighted to announce the determination of Mr E H Fox the photographer to continue making his regular Saturday trips to Lancaster He has a splendid place in which to make pictures and uses the same in struments as in his famous Danville studio His work in Lancaster during the several years he has been coming here has always given eminent sates faction and the people of Lancaster and Garrard county will be deligted to know that he has decided to continue his visits Bemember he can do just as good work on rainydays as at any other time Good For Mr Helm Hon Harve Helm our member of Congress has introduced a bill to into effect the findings of the Court of Claims in the case of the Methodist church at Bryantsville in which find ings the court decides as just the churchs claim of 450 for damages done the property by the Federal during the war Mr Helm will of course do all in his power to secure the passage of the bill He is model congressman and will accom plish all in his power for his constitu ents Suggestion to Council As the new contract with the elec tric light people Is now in force and the lights are paid for to run until one oclock why wouldnt it be a good idea to put that extra hour on the instead of the dead of midnight when everybody is or ought to be asleep The days are very dark and it is too dark to work shortly after three oclock The light is needed much more in afternoon before time to turn them on so why not reverse the order of things and givethe merchants the benefit thereof It would be of especial benefit in this office where frequently we are com felled to use oil lamps before the electricity is turned on Think this over gentlemen as we belelve it will be of much benefit to the public Chances are come to think of it those out after twelve oclock ant want too much light anyway LQST Sunday evening a solid gold hand carved between the Methodist church and E ans real dene Return to Beoord office and receive reward Herndoa Ben D Herndon IWNMN i lERNMN Attorneys At w- UntiHr Keatnek- Oiitee BtaimM TM steif regular t after present much LI- brary new or applies old the celebration was C E carry soldiers making- a tte GA I e ring rap Lees afternoon con- Tact stir Meeting Continues The protracted meeting which h been in progress at the Method church for some weekscontinues with interest Notwithstanding fact that the meeting ran through holidays and the weather has most o the time been very inclement lark congregations have listened to earnest preaching of Rev Mr Dawson and taken part in the services A number have united with the church and of other church greatly by the meetings Will Own The Farm A farmer in a nearby county whili in a generous frame of mind gave hi daughter a hen and a rooster and bade her run away and be a good girl promising her if she would look afte them he would give her the increase fo four years The girl as it were plan ed the chicks and the results actor ing to her fathers report is He ys she has 64 in the ban and has 200 chickens which he had ti feed last winter According to farmers best calculations his girl wil own the farm at the end of tout years and will be charging him rent for on it Large Mule Market A special from Elizabethtown says The sale and shipment of mules 190708 have begun Five carload were shipped last week and three will go Friday Rod Warfielc sold two carloads Friday to H Russel of Atlanta Ga and R B Park made the best sale of the season Saturday when he sold 100 head of cotton mules to the same purchaser for 16000 The mules feeders of this city and Bardin county now have a large number of mules on hand which are ready for the 3000 head of mules we e sold out of this city and county last year and while the number this year is not as large as last the quality ol the mules are better Sunday School Rally An interesting Rally of the Chris tian Sunday Schools of Garrard county will be held in the Lancaster Church Tuesday January 21st The sessions will be held at 1000 A M and 130 P M under the direction ol Bobt M Hopkins of Louisville state evangelist No set speeches will be maae but discussions are to be had on vital Sunday School topics that are uppermost in the enthusiastic forward movement which the Sunday School is now making everywhere All superin tendents officers teachers and interest workers are urged to attend this Rally Examination The examination for graduates fro the public schools will be held at office of the County Superintendanti on Friday and Saturday Jan 24 25th tf Burning Money The exravagant use of money 01 calendars was practiced again this nearly every business house spend ing many good dollars for trash whicl they could have used in a orofltabli way in advertising their business Unless a business man has a very and expensive calendar it ii never never hung in the homes but is cast aside Last week we saw on the counter of one store four calender issued by as many business men ir town One had been partly whittled away another had been scriblled over with a pen while a third had its bad torn off to be used for another purpose Thus expensive printed matter was being thrown away Progressive bush ness houses have special bargains every few weeks during the year and they advertise the fact in the columns of the place and other customers look to find what is being offered Take a glance at the columns of The Records advertising columns and you will see how the merchants and bankers talk It is needles to say that they want your business and the fact that the working of their advertisements is changed every few weeks shows they are want your business and appreciate your patronage The Record has never yet begged or insisted upon anyone giving it patronage but it feels dutybound to say to those who waste their good money on calandars fence posts fans programs etc that they are throwing their money to the birds Be progressive by having a special sale on some special line of goods every few weeks and then tell the people what you are In this way customers form the habit of visiting your store and of course become your regular patrons inn you go around and do this your calendar for which you paid a big price font of the year W think not but your money set for advercfi ing has been blown in and you are simply not in it with the progressing merchant whose name appears in every issue of the Central Record which goes into nearly every home in Lancaster and Qarrard county Think this over Dots Two black and tan dogs one wear ing 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 ftf Woods Walker They disappeared Jan 2 in cedars atGooch J will only be thankful fo information but will coma after the dogs and pay literal reward Woods walker Patafc Lick 5 PiXHWlSEfc tt wIth the the e the othersmembers esbeen benefitted astonishing b the liv- Ing for carloads marketAbout Christian the and winter handsome newspapersthe housekeepers wide awake merchants offering Oil apart Lest P I planet not J f Did you ever consider how much trouble and turmoil in the world is stirred up by loafers Do it and you will be surprised Investigate care fully and you will find that nine of the ten fusses and quarrels that you know of in your town or neighborhood were started by loafers who had no business of their own to attend to and so got busy with other peoples affairs The old juvenileproverb that Satan finds some mischief still for ilde hands to do is as true as gospel There can be no such thing as absolute idleness Ac tivity of some kind Is essential to ence Men and women have something and when they have no work of their own to occupy their minds they get busy with the affairs of others and make trouble always Some Sound Reasoning The following letter was published in recent issue of the Courier Journal To the editor of the Courier Journal The writer of this is somewhat of a fisherman himself and greatly inter ested in the propagation and preserva tion of fish I have read with great interest what Mr Thomas S Jones and the Courier Journal have said about establishing a fish hatchery in Ken tucky This is all right and should be done But what Is most needed in be half of the fishermen of Kentucky is the enforcement of the present laws against seining and the dynamiting of our streams The Courier Journal and Mr Jones are probably not aware of the fact that in this section of the Lincoln Mercer and Boyle two streams Dix river and Hanging if protected for three years would supply by natural propagation enough of the littlemouth black bass goggle eye and crappie newligbt to restock every other stream in the State I am not against the hatchery It would be a splendid thing to have but it would be poor policy to hatch fish and restock the streams for the benefit of the scoundrel who steals out at night with his seines and stick of and kills and destroys every thing that swims in water There is no fishing in Kentucky for the legitimate fisherman Every hole of water deep enough to float a cork has been seined and dynamited to a finish Stop the fish murderer and by the natural law of increase our streams will restock themselves However establish the hatchery It will be the means of more quickly restocking our streams but at the same time pro vide means for protecting the progen cy Otherwise nit JOHN E STOBMBS j Loafers I I ij ff Ii exIstI rn rn Irn Ii fi rn Ii rn StateGarrard countiesare Forkthat rn I rn I Q i r 1 1 1 1 1 properly 1 1 dynamite YOUR account is now past due and we I must have the without delay This means all who owe us Now lets see who will be the first to call and SETTLE ii ti j J 9 i 1 Yj1 HASELDEN BROS 111111 JI143cdz1c Arterial mi Cavity EMalMg Office on Danville Street UNDHRTAKBR I FULL LINE OP CASKETS BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS Ili STOUi 1111I 111 AND Making Good AT SMITH HERRINGS M Y Our business has increased each and very month since our opening ten months ago This has been accomplished by reliable merchandise and standing every dollars worth we selL A custom er is never allowed to leave our store handling I behind dissatisfied WE ARE No PROPHETSi but fully expect with the high grade limes of CLOTHING SHOES and which we have so carefully purchas ed for the coming Spring and Summer to end 1908 with all our increase records broken and outstrip ped by far Drop in and see us when passing FURNISHINGS theyear previous seasons Jim Smith t 7 d Fisher Eerriig yi x H Banks Hudson We willsell you the best grades of r t 111 1atIW N a r FREE COAL DENTIST I 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 JWALItEK Presidentp J J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 TIe OTZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL SM SURPLUS Ji w B F HUDSON fishier W O Beam Asst Cashr C D WAIKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders Of IidlfCAST KY THB National Bank Of Lancaster Gapital50000 Sirplis 10000 A R DEXXY President J E STORMES Yice Prest S C DENY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Denny Stormes- S C J L GilL Safety Boles forRestDeposit E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I s We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 1 imCrIOJUJI Jt COY RGGDYN JB WOODS ARNOLD BURROWS EL WOODS x L J S I I W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Farmers Attention-I can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay- In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residenee No 7 I IMe K Denny I OSee over Berndoas jewelry tOre f Solicit Your Business T J HOOD Itlm2r txlx r XXI JII I xrxX= = = = DENTIST Office at residence Danville st w JImrmlWk IMyAccounts I lellie were due January ist Please bear in mind and call at the FURNITURE STORE and settle and oblige Your friend I I promptly ROBINSONC iLJ CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAR LOUIS LAN DRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KI at SecondClass Mail Matter I Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky January 17 1908 When a woman doesnt know what to do next she has a choice of two things comb he back hair or see if the back of her skirt is hooked But a man can do one or all of many thinKS look at his watch scratch his head spit at something put his hands in and out of his pocket button and unbut ton his coat whittle or take a fresh chew of tobacco The Earlington Bee says some errat ic writer evidently softening of the brain figures that any woman should be able to dress nicely on thirtysix dollars a year He was possibly speaking the Igorrote women Thirtysix dol lars would buy a lot of bandana hand kerchiefs and glass beads In Denmark it is the law that all drunken personsshall be taken to their homes in carriages provided at the ex pense of the publican who sold them the last glass If the law would only require the barkeep to send around an eyeopener the next morning it would be hailed with delight by the poor dev il who got the carriage ride The Louisville Times of Saturday coyered itself all over with glory oy the splendid industrial issue sent out The paper was almost as large as Bar nums circus tent and chock full with interesting reading The was a great credit to the able management of the paper Editor Tom Pickles of the Rich mond Register is going to hold anoth er contest among the young ladies of Madison for a trip abroad Its a pret ty big undertaking but Tom is equal to the occasion and the plan will be a great success Some day Ye know not the day nor the hour there is going to be a big fire in which the city newspaper reporters do not report the flames as a seething mass and in which the victims will not be caught like rats in a trap In quickness and dexterity of the hands women are far more valuable than men says one who has investiga ted True enough and when it comes to the tongue the men simply do not enter the contest In three faces out of five the eyes are out of alignment says a learned professor Well if this wave of pro hibtion continues over the land the optics will soon resume normal condi tions The dying request of a Salt Lake woman was that she be buried in her furs A palmleaf fan would be a more appropriate requesMor most of us Sausage must be meat rules a judge If the law is carried out to the letter it will be a doggone good idea It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Bucklens Arnica Salve It does the business I have 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 R E McRoberts drug store 1m BEDNA VISTA Hugh Askins left last week for MissouriMrs Scott is suffering with rheumatismTom has been visiting rela tives in Lexington Miss Cora Poor is convalesing after a six weeks Beige of whooping cough Miss Ora Poor has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Mays ville and Lincoln county Miss Jennie Skinner closed her school in Mercer county last Friday and is at home near here J J Poor and Chas Coulter have sold and delivered their hemp crop Uicholasville Price 8600 The following attended the C E con vention in Lancaster Saturday and report a good meeting Misses Jennie and Mary Skinner Florence Christo pher and Wm Christopher Mr Mrs Eva Jennings widow of the late William Jennings were united in marriage last Thursday afternoon at the home of Gatewood Pryor RevH JTbmlinson offlcatmg Mrs Brent Allen nee Dora Naylo died at her home in Lexington day night and her body was brough here for interment Monday She the only daughter of Mrs Laura Nay lor who lives near here Mrs Allen is a native of this county She leaves a young husband and three little girls who have the sympathy of a host of friends Lam Shoulder Cured Lame shoulder is usually caused rheumatism of the muscles and quick ly yields to a few applications of Cham berialng Pain Balm Mrs F H Me Elwee of Boistown New Brunswick writes Having been troubled for time with a pain in my left shoulder I decided to give Chamber Pain Balm a trial with result that I got prompt relief For 1m t P t afflicted with oft I I I Applied J I I f I I a Dalton and a I Satu I I I b I lain t I incipient matter edition Michigan sore sale by P P t r s MERIT WILL WIN Courier E Hughes will resign to day as secretary of the Commercial Club to become the of the Kentucky Electric Corn pany succeeding Donald McDonald A Macdonald the present Industrial Commissioner of the club and acting secretary of the organization during Mr Hughes long will be elected secretary of the Commercial Club Mr Hughes will be elected secretary of the Commercial Club Mr Hughes will be elected president of Kentucky Electric Company at the annual meet ing of the stockholders this morning Donald McDonald has been the president of the lighting company JournalRobert president illness companys since the work of construction began and now that it has been completed he is retiring because his duties as of the Kentucky Heating would preclude giving the amount of attention to the new company Mr McDonald having been identified with the older company for a number of years decided to remain with it when the duties of both made in necessary for him to resign from one or the other The sentiment of the Commercial Club directors is that while the club feels much regret at the loss of such a wheel horse as Mr Hughes it is fortunate in havingso compe tent a man as Mr MacDonald at once available for the place and who can take up the work and carry it along as ably and efficiently as Mr Hughes Mr Hughes came to Louisville ten years ago from Lancaster Ky where he had been engaged in the newspaper business His first connection in was with the old Louisville as city editor He filled this position about two years and was then made managing editor for a while coming from the Commercial to the He was on the staff of the Courier Journal until in 1903 when he resigned to accept the Secretaryship of the Exhibit Association a voluntary organization formed to prepare an for the St Louis Worlds Fair When the Exhibit Association was merged into Kentucky Commission he continued as secretary and was in charge of the work of collecting and installing the various exhibits of the State and the erection of the State building This work involved the of something like 112000 and involved a vast amount of detail and the splendid executive ability shown by Mr Hughes in the of this business won general and established him as a man of unusual executive ability He is a man of exhaustless energy who has the unusual quality of details while at the same a strong grasp on general polices He is unusually resourceful and in this respect has been tried in many directions and has always stood the test He is just the kind of man to handle successfully the details incident to the of a new business His friends say he has never been known to have as much work as he could handle or even enough to get him the least bit rattled After his work with the St Louis Fair was finished Mr Hughes became secretary of the Commercial Club under his administration the club had some of the most prosperous years in its history During this time it has undertaken Homecoming Week the Greater Louisville Exposition and other large enterprisesand involving a great deal of labor which fell largely on Mr Hughes and was handled with his usual ability and success During the past year he was also secretary of the Kentucky State Fair and in the preparation for the last fair which was attended with unusal difficulties he again his energy and grasp of detail At the meeting of the stockholders of the Kentucky ElectricCompany the following directors are to be chosenLawrence Jones Louis Seelbach R Baylor Hickman James A Shuttle worth Fred Levy James Kirway Don aid McDonald Charles J Doherty Wil lion Doherty John Sharks Robert E Hughes The officers of the company will lie elected as follows President R E Hughes vice president Lawrence Jones secretary Byron Allen 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 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 of coughs and colds have won for It this wide reputation and extensive use Sold by Frisbies Drug Store 1m I am for the famous plaster Sacket board Good as ceiling or pls ter cheaper than tf Hamilton president Company proper particularly Louisville Commercial Journal Kentucky exhibit expenditure management commendation master- Ing timekeeping a multitudinous launching today cares ith r Ii C h demonstrated goer i 7 das Id HARKSBUKYa I Born to the wife of Charles Dean a Mrs Thomas Lane has been sick for several days Mr T D Chesnut was quite sick the first part of the week Kelly Hogg sold to C A Robinson a bunch of hogs at 31 and 4cts Mr Homer Pence is at home again after an extended visit to Kansas City Mrs A L Howard of Harlan county was the guest of Mr Geo Eager this week Messrs Bob and Price Clark spent several days recenty with their father Mr Will Clark of Jessamide Mr a pair of work mules to Mark Goins fos 300 Also a bunch of shoats to Clate Arnold at 31cts Little N H Bogie has entirely from a severe wound on his chin the effects of falling on a door sill Tom Chesnut is delivering this week his splendid crop of 12000 pounds of tobacco to some Nicholasville parties llctsMrs D Aldridge and daughter Miss Hanna have returned home after several days visit to her daughter Mrs J H Durham Miss Georgia Dunn after a visit to Miss Jennie Higgins of Paint Lick has returned home accompanied by Miss Emma Higgins Mrs Chas Burdette writes from Arrow Okla I am delighted with the country and dont see why every body doesnt want to come west Mr Ben Wood and son J W Woods attended the funeral of his daughter Mrs Bettie Tarkinton who died of at her home near Parks ville The friends here extend sympa thv to the bereaved A missionary meeting will be help at the church on next Sunday There will be no special program but papers will be read talks on the subject and appropriate songs will be sung A collection will be taken for the work in foreign fields Mr Josh Sutton is suffering intensely from a wound caused by a premature explosion of powder It happened several days ago while drying out a rock preparatory to blasting when suddenly the powder became ignited tearing all the flesh from the inside of his hand PKEACHEHSV1LLE Mrs N J Horton is very sick Master Clyde Holtzclaw has the measles Mrs M 0 Kennedy has a severe case of measles Mrs America Sowder is visiting her daughter in Owsley county Mrs R C White of Crab Orchard is with her mother Mrs 2f J Horton Messrs John and Samp Cummins are managers of the skating rink here The Baptists will call a pastor the 18th and attend to other important business Prof A C Lunsford of Jessamine is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs B T LunsfordJames W Blankenship and little daughter of Mercer are with rela tives here William Rigsby is with his parents here Will has been most everywhere west of the Mississippi Mrs Jack Kirby and children of Lowell are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Blankenship Quincy Carpenter who has been a soldier boy in the Philippines for three years is now with his father Mr S D CarpenterRev Smith of Williamsburg held a three days meeting at the Bap tist church He is a fine preacher and very earnest John Rigsby is taking a course in agriculture at the State College John will be able to show the old man how to farm when he gets back James Thompson sold a pair of mules to Joe Thompson for 29250 The 16 mules which he recently sold at an av erage price of 117 were a nice lot POINT Miss Lillie Hatter of Richmond is visiting her cousin Miss Myrtle Ta turn Mr and Mrs Noah Spainhower are rejoicing over the arrival of a 10 lb girlMr and Mrs Jasper Bogie of Indi ana are visiting Mr and Mrs W K Leafell Mr W PKincaid who has been con fined to bed for several weeks is able to be out attain Mr J W Tatum has arrived from Louisville where he realized a large sum for his tobacco averaging 1375 hundredMr has moved in the house recently vacated by Mrs Mrs Reynolds moving to the Hardin farm near Stony Point A Cure for Ml ery 1 have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James 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 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 under guarantee at B E McRoberts drug 1m girl Hensley sold recovered Broken tuberculosis YELL Reynolds lOlEDlICBY TAIt I hips Sold store fe a IS salisie a y up- i PAINT LICK Mrs Mason Pullins and daughter have been visiting Mrs Jim Dunn of LancasterA was atthe rink on the 8th the crowd coming from Richmond and Lancaster A Slavin manager of G W Rices livery stable asks all his friend to call and see him Special attention to commercial men Quite a number of changes have place with the clerks of this place since the first of the year A young man from the mountains with Me Col G taken Whorter Estridge Miss A nes Hen derson with G A Ballard and Champ Co have Mr Dan Burchell and daugb ter and Mr Walter Hammack Prof Lippard Is pleased with the opening of the Lancaster Business Collejre and the excellent quality of students entering There are many other young people who should enter at once and prepare for good 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 Sow the opportuni ty is at your door and saves board and traveling expenses See ProC Lippard I positions I R E McRoBERTS Prest J W EIJIORE Cashr- J C EUBAXKS Vice Prest R L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cash The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest tafwvei BurglarPrat Tarp ail Safe 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 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 Ky particularly i J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook K HerndonH J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods H T Logan J C Hemphill H Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER ofRichmond 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 halt open when others give trouble4th It hns no latch to get out of order 5tb 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 roadand to any of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because everyone that sees it savs so V BY kin i 1 4 FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton Perkins W G Gooch L K Read what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14tD 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Rucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would do without mine for double the cost of it Yours trulyJ 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 child can operate it My little four year old boy bas no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT 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 1 l Wish QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE VIA Winter Tourist Tickets OB Safe Jfefedtee 1 1997 IILLtMs31t1116 i tse cM o J Lr ai 1ials anlii rs crasAtt t ter tfirjlla 1 34 I Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner fcf Marx IIt r I The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Eacine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation eyer yet Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grams with malt nutsetc Really it would fool an he to un knowingly drink it for Coffee Gill Simpson Cohere the sermon is only a work of art the saints are usually artificial When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs al ways faiL Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a pre scription known to druggists as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test seat on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts If you sell your soul you will never be able to make enough to buy It back Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the a pen nys cost the great value of tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts 25b man ever succeeded in walking one way when he was looking another A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less and safe that Dr Shoop tells moth ers everywhere to give it without even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and senc tive oronchial membranes No opiun no chloroform nothing harsh used U injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal ach ing lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses cred Herb Always demand Di Shoops Cough Cure R E McRoberts Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office Pattersons residence week Consultation and examination expertwere If peoplewithout this scien hesitation The Sa atG M Tuesdays treated minutes lade produced m everywhere 1 r J w j i Heard Thats Only Skin Deep Did you ever see any If not take a good look at some of the new clothes offered to you Youll find when they come to be worn that the merit is all on the surface Thats one reason why we like to sell Hart Schaffner Marx clothes the good honest allwool quality is the standard and measure of their excellence clear through Fit style fabrics trimmings tailoring all good as 0 1 i t J f y u e of Beauty io it f 1titS f y Batsons Elephant Store 4 L 4 y r ti can be- n White JJRYAKTSVILLE Dr B C Rose spent Sunday at Win ChesterMr T Dunn in Lexington MondayMiss Kate Farlee spent last week with Mrs W L Glass Rev Ballou of Middlesboro has been the guest of Miss Virginia King The farmers of this vicinity are quite busy delivering their tobacco Messrs Harvey and George Patton havebeen quite sick with the measels Mrs Josephine Boner entertained a number of her friends at dinner Tues dayMiss Jennie Burnside visited Miss Kate Campbell at Nicholasville last weekMr W J Hogan who has been quite sick for several weeks still continues very ill Quite a number from here attended the skating rink at Richolasville Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Charley Deane are congratulations over the of a daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk of came over Saturday for a short visit to Mrs Woolfolks father Mr W J HoganMiss me Lee Ballard returned home Saturday after a very pleasant stav of a week with Miss Carrie Boul den at Nicholasville There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night The pastor Rev Ross continues quite ill but the pulpit will be filled Mrs Mary Berkele has moved into her home recently purchased from Mr Solomon Childers and occupied by Dr and Mrs J H Durham they having moved into Mr R D Ballards property 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 that the amount of chloroform opium morphine and otherhabit form ing drugs be stated on the label of each bottle The manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy have al ways claimed that their remedy did rot comtain any of these drugs and he truth of this claim is proven as no mention of them is made jn the label This remedy is 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 ing the many years it has been in general use For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m You had better arrange about your subscriptions to the newspa pers before the new Law goes into effect It may save you a fine in the United States Court was at Hanly I Mrand Lexington requires now fuUy receiving arrival 3 Settlement Time has arrived and we will be very glad if you will call and settle your account Please DO Not rut Off this matter as we need what is due us McRoberts Drug Store m l l I r0r0 I r mm mmmmm j T f About People A Brief Morfkm ef the C0aaiGeiags fcyThMe We Are hteroted to Mr J B Harris of Turnersville was here Tuesday Mr W B Burton has returned from a short trip to Atlanta Miss Lillie of Danville was a visitor here the past week Mrs M A Schooler of Point Leayell is visiting Mrs Jack Adams Miss Fannie Wilson of Richmond is sister Mrs W R Gott Mr W and son W K of Stanford have been recent visitors hereMr Toe Francis has been with his brother Mr John Francis in West VirginiaMrs Boggs and son of Rich mond have been guests of Mrs J E Mr T Yates Hudson of Danville was here Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends A very handsome picture of Miss Ellen May Ball appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times J Y Robinson has gone toColumbus Ga to spend the winter and engage in the mule business Mr John Francis who has been dan gerously ill of appendicitis is reported very much better Miss Maggie Shugars has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Jonas Rucker of Richmond Quite a number of Lancaster people were in Frankfort this week witness ing the Senatorial powwow Mr and Mrs W B Gott and little daughter Leona have been visiting their parents in Richmond Mr Oscar Letcher of Henderson who is attending school in Danville was a visitor here Saturday Mrs Sam Haselden and children have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicholasvllle Mr John Greenleaf and daughter Miss Van of Richmond were recent visitors of Mrs Emma Kauffman Mrs Bradford Jennings and son left the past week for Pecos Texas to join her husband where they will reside in the future Miss Anna Henry and Mr Harris Stansifer of Lexington have been visiting Mr and Mrs S H Nickels and Miss Pearl Bettis Mrs M E Bassett has returned to her home in Louisville accompanied by her mother Mrs Ann M who is very much improved in A club has been formed by the young girls of this city and met last with Miss Bettie Walker Burn side It is called the G F N Club Mr Davidson left this week for Oklahoma City Oklahoma to reside His many friends regret his depart ure and wish him much success in his new home Richmond Register Mrs George White has accepted a school position in Huntsville Alabama and left last week to assume herduties Her many friends here regrether departure Stanford Journal Mr John WIl llama formerly of Garrard has moved his family to the Walter S Warren farm on the Preacbersville pike Mr F J Conn of Garrard was in town Danville Advocate L L Wa ker of Lancaster is attending court here Word has been received here that Mrs Clara Bobimon of gains YUle Texas tell a few days ago and broke her hip This will be sad news to her many friends and relatives in this cottMuaity where ahe to really It to to be hoped shewill hava aipaaij racorarj 1 Noel vlsltinll her KShugars Stormes Wednesday B L yesterdayI L 2 health Bon and loved that BOURNE S N Morford sold a sow and pigs to Irvin Duncan for 81300 Mr James Ledger and bride are her parents near Richmond Miss Mayme Lee of Lancas ter is with relatives here this week Miss Lottie Hamm spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mabel Cruth field at Stone Misses Lucile Ledger and Rovesta Turner spent last week with Miss Marsee of Lancaster J C Turner and Hayes Raines deliy ered 4000 lbs of tobacco at Nicholas yule last week at lOc per lb Mrs T N Aldridge has returned home after a pleasant visit with Mrs J H Durham at Bryantsville MrJESherrow and family moved last Wednesday to the farm he purchased of G W Thompson Gilbert Turner and Henry Edging ton delivered several loads of tobacco to Lexington parties at lOic per lb Mr Erwin Blakeman and bride or Beuna Vista were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Duncan last week Miss Minnie Lee Carpenter has re turned from an extended visit with relatives in Lexington and Wilmore J H Turner wife and little daughter Delia Mae of Marksbury were guests of Mr and Mrs James Durham Sunday Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or a cold or 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 New Discovery seven years and 1 know it is the best remedy 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 reme dies Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 8LOO Trial bottle free 1m STONE Mrs Luther Baney is very sick with measlesLittle Miss Ida Mae Sanders is very sickMr Alfred Rice of Wilmore was a visitor here Sunday John Hicks delivered his tobacco at Lancaster at Sets A T Sanders bought of Luther Smith 2 hogs at Sic per lb Kirby Teater bought of Jim Bay a bunch of hogs at 4cts Coy Sanders bought of E Osborne a bunch of hogs at 4cts Mr Frank Folger moved to his new home at Lowell this week Mr and Mrs Billy Scott of Nicholas ville visited Mrs Mary Sanders and family last week Miss Lottie Hamm of Bourne is spending several days with Misses Ma ble and Lula Crutchfield Misses Beatrice Sanders and Mae Crutchfield spent a few days with Mrs L L Sanders at Loyd last week Miss Ode Snyder has returned to her home at a visit to relatives here Madam Bumor says there will be another wedding in vicinity in a few days Clarence Crutchfield spent several days last week with his cousins Robt and Charlie Asking at Wilmore Jeptha Onstott delivered his tobac co at Lexington last week and aged 14cts A Htiher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since 1 began using Dr Kings Raw Life writes Jacob of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working just Tight If pills disappoint yon on trial money will be refunded at B E McRoberts drug ton aBo lm visit- Ing Marsee Anna I J Discovery PaintLickafter pleasant our J recently aver Springer these r Business Items See our stoves Haseld ros tf Prof Lippard wants ambitious stu dents to enter the Business College Dont miss it JA Hand made harness at prices Now is the time to get a buggy cheap W J Romans Of coure you know Ward pays more for eggs than any one It means money in your pocket to take them there Office for rent to Mrs Emma P Grant Danville street Want 100 veal calves Will pay high est market price tf H C Hamilton In beginning a new year start in the right by trading with W H Ward We are in a position to save you money on all kinds of building especially on doors windows and furnishing material- tf Hamilton Magee 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 inK at once E W Harris Treas 8 16tf Notice of Dissolution I hereby give notice that the firm of Cook Leavell doing business in Lan caster Ky was on Oct 1st 1907 by mutual consent V S Leavell Having decided to reduce my busi ness to groceries anti tinware I will for the next sixty days best prints 6ic shoes clothing notions at cost queensware at less than city CD Powell For Sale Lancaster Greenhouse for two hun dred dollars if taken at once need not be a florist can sell all the vegetable plants one can raise Satisfactory reason given for selling Call and in vestigate John Christman Prop Silver knives folks and tf Haselden Bros Embroidery While your hand is in begin your work for Spring I call attention to my stamping and will appreciate your order Martha A Kendrick opposite Caldwell College Danville Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Butter butter milk fresh sweet milk skim milk and sweet cream for sale at the Creamery Telephone 142 Enter the Lancaster BusinessCollege at once itsthe road to largest success See Prof Lfppard 2t The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans For Sale Undecorated china cups and saucers Reason for selling too large for my use Miss Sallie Velocopedes and tool tr Pair eye glasses between and Lancaster en last Thursday Rewaid for return to Central Record office Our stock is more complete than ever this year and we will appreciate a share of your patronage- 2t The Business College will be worth much to the of this Every one possible should enter and prepare for good positions 2t This day the firm of Northcott nave desolved partnership B L Hagan retiring- 2t Lancaster Ky Jan 8 1908 We shall endeavor to please you both in and quality If our come up right tell your friends about them If not tell us The Louisville Peet I have taken the agency for the Louisville Poet and will deliver the rs at your door every night your order will be deliver you will not be disappointed Ring me up at the office 43 and I will come and give you price J I I Hose n Bros 2t 2t material dissolved prices 110 tf I I spoo I El n H Lost It WH Ward W H Ward WITHOUT AIL If yoU me ra low sell dren Bros Stanford region H give s Frisbies ooOC OM Copyright 5907 by Hut Schaffner E5 Marx Notice The firm of Mount El kin having been disolved all persons indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once the business must be wound up Mount Elkin I e E as 1 Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy the celebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS Stationery Greatly Reduced Prices We have a number of boxes of nice StaUoaery where the box only is slightly soiled that we are now closing out at cost The paper is IB perfect condition Cove early sad get the pick of these bargains FOR I I OOOOOoooooooc Special Sale ON Box STORE DRUG IMMS HILDKrN tb IT old Dosis Ci MS elable forAs tgdisk1wwsNIBawe1scf Promotes 1ionCIIeerf KSSa fIM IU jJIIew A tRemedy lion Sour Signabue Of IkNEW YORK ont EXACT cOWUTWRAPP9 SLCOIWflSIT- o OT NARCOTIC rorconslipa WonsConvu1sionsFcvcrishnessaidLOSsOF bcS1e R E McRobertsI Per Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Sign of In Use For Over Thirty Years nit CCIITAua Raw YOIIK CITY CASTORIA coirf I Skin Cancer Cured is what Dr C M H Wrights brother Mr O writes DDD cured me ol skin cancer trhieh I had used X Ray with seemingly satisfactory results but while I believe in the XRay I must say that the cancer brokeontagain IthenusedDDD Eczema remedy persistently and now there is not a sign left of the O I HAYDEN Marcn 21 1900 Capron 111 mere L Hayden or treatment disease All Skin when DDD treat meat is rightly used Cure through tileskill We carefully the cf this prescrip tion before putting it in stock and now recommend it in the highest terms The best skin specialists endorse D D D TroublesVanish investigated merits r O L HAYDEN Read what aprominent lady physician reports regard ing this remarkable case Free from prejudice lids widely experienced physician for 40 years a prominent recommends D D D for skin diseases DR WRIGHTS STATEMENT I have worked for many years in harmony with the in surrounding towns and hesitate to appear in print but I ahall speak my nlad Mr O It Hayden is my brother and hir cure by DDD came under my personal observation Other patients suffering from skin trouble have used your remedy with good success I always keep a bottle with me and shall be glad to speak a good word for your preparation whenever I can MRS DR G M H WRIGHT raaitioner physicians Prescription FREE All The Hews Local State National will be found in the Central Recorda- nd the Ciicinati Weekly Eijtirer We furnish both one year for only 315O or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky Public Sale As admintstrator of the estate of Henderson Green deceased I will at bis late residence on the Cartersville Turnpike road known as the Copper Creek road about two miles north of Cartersville In Garrard county on WEDNESDAY Jan 29th 1908 commencing at ten oclock sell to the highest and best bidder on terms here stated all the personaTproper ty left by the said Henderson Green consisting of about 5 head of horses 4 mules 12 head of yearling steers 2 cows 3 calves 1 bull 7 shoats 1 brood Implements household and kitchen fuiniture about 125 bbls personal property left by said Renderson not set apart to the widow TERMS All sums under tlO each payable before the property purchased fa removed from the premises All SUBS of tlO and upwards on credit of nix months bankable notes to be given irtth good surety bearing interest te of sale paid at the rate before the is removed from the premises I 11 John Green Administrator AND Leave I matter 4stacks Jr cent annum to be eze 4f Kentucky per Had FailedShowing of skin diseases yield to that harmless ex ternally used liquid D D D Prescription AfterXRay to any sufferer from skin disease who has not yet tried D DD a sample bottle free Write direct to BJhDCe 112128 Mickigai St Dept ChkagoIII MUCH CONCERN FELT Ordinary Methods for Treating Catarrh Prove UnsuccessfuL Recent statistics showing an increase in catarrh have shaken confidence of medical men in the usual prescriptions to safeguard human health from the ravages of this disease When stomach dosing proved ineffec tive it was natural to for some other treatment and it is believed that in Ilyo mei an absolute cure for all catairhal troubles has at last been found Breathed through a neat pocket inhaler its healing medication reaches every these are catarrhal genus destroys them their future and soothes the irritated mucous membrane so that relief is felt almost while lasting cure is practically sure to follow The outfit costs but 5100 and is sold under an absolute agreement to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction It is the only cure for catarrh that has ever been under a guarantee to cost nothing unless it cures but the leading druggists have so much faith in its power to cure all troubles that they are willing to take the risk so if does not help you there will not be a expense Get an outfit at once on this Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts STOP THE STRENUOUS LIFE Weakens the Tissues and Lessens Organic Vitality The stress and strain of the strenuous life in both city and country tends towards stomach troubles Five people suffer today where one did ten with dizzi ness flatulence distress after eating specks before the eyes bloating nervous ness many other indigestionAll with stomach troubles and that means at least two out of three in this and other towns should use Miona stomach tablets Nothing else is as safe effective else can be so thoroughly relied to relieve all Miona It is not mere digestive taken after the food is eaten a true stimu lant and for the musculai walls of the stomach increasing the digestive fluids and stomach such that it does the work Nature expecta of it So reliable is Miona in its curative action that with every 50ccpt box k given a guarantee to refund the remedy does all that is claimed guaranteed by It E McRoberts Druggist instantly H vcrnci ca- tarrhal p nnvs indigestion- as a Hoof mone font lOJDADTAltIt prevents Ir i PILES i let eertIf kss- a For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc There is no other stuff raised on the farm quite so good for colts and calves as nice bright oats Colts nibble at oats quicker than anything else and it keeps them growing Rod Warfield of Elizabethtown bought thirty head of 4 year old mules from Green Bros at Falls of Rough at about 8130 per head Two hundred and twentytwo hogs averaging 225 lbs were sold by a farm er near Greensfork Wayne county one day last week They were Poland Chinas and brought the top of the marketThere is a surplus of apples cold and common storage in New York state perhaps as many as 2000000 barrels at the same time there is a remarkably large orange crop both in Florida and California besides Porto Rice has a large quantity to export the United States some 14000000 boxes in all Some mule buyers have arrived in Columbia Tenn and have purchased a large number of mules at high prices and it is thought that the present slight activity in the mule mark et there will mean a bright outlook for a heavy demand in the near future Examine the wheat in granary for weevil This has been a mild winter thus far and rather damp at times and it is likely that this insect has got in his work in many places In some sections in Kansas they are very ent For maldehyde is the remedy Pour a little on plates set around in the granary and it will send its pulsar ous fumes down through the grain and destroy the pests An experienced farmer says In the fall bore an inch hole down into the center of the stump 14 or 16 inches deep Put a couple of ounces of into this hole fill with water and plug up tight In the spring the plug pour into the hole about half a gill of kerosene oil and light it The stump will burn away slowly blazing to the ends of the roots leaving nothing but ashes The nitrogen in the saltpeter will penetrate into the roots during the winter and the coal oil will easily start the fire and the wood dissolves into ashes The ashes will be worth as much as as the saltpeter and oil will cost TROUBLES IN ALL TRADES A principal of one of the Detroit public schools was sitting at his desk talking to a friend the other day The telephone bell interrupted the conversation and the principal took down the receiver After a few minutes of irascible talk over the wire he slammed down the receiver and turned to his friend with a scowl Whats the matter queried the visitorWhats the matter queried the principal Oh its just another of those loving mothers They make me keep calling me up all day long and treat me as though I were the of ficeboy or janitor What did this one want ventured thefriendWhat you think asked the principal breaking into a smile Cant imagine came the reply Well explained the principal she has a daughter in the fourth grade and she calls me up at least once a day This time she told me at great length and with much feeling that her little daughter had gone to school without her rubbers on and asked me if I would please go down and feel of her feet and send her home if they were Now what do you think of Weekly No Feuds There Stranger down in un derstand this is a great section for fuedsYoung aint nothin like that here Im sure there i judging from all accounts Young McCoy stranger I dont know what a feud is but onless its somethin nice Td advise ye not to say nothin bout em round these parts cause it might hurt folks feelins and they wouldnt rest till theyd killed you and everybody related to ye N Y Weekly Not Love But Ediths so you love my daughterEdiths Admirer I do indeed sir I cannot tell you how much I love her Do you know what it is to see a single face everywhere to hear a single voice ever sounding in your ears to be pos sessed by the one idea to feel all the time that the one presence is you to Ediths young man I have never had any of those feelings since I signed the pledge Colored Views- I tell you for a modern business man Black is white Thats because hes green yet I dont agree with either of you I found him rather blue this morning Oh that was on account of a reason He is sensitive about turning gray so soon Baltimore American Looking for the Strings Jmart Girl Mr Nicefellow this Is my little sister Miss Ella What do you wish pet Why are you regard Ing the gentleman so intently Little Sister I was looking for the wrIngs thats alL Strings Wh t strings Why mamma said you had two Brings to yW jtoiu Y eekly j 1 i reported- in t present preval saltpeter takeout without fertilizer tired viet thatHarpers KentuckyI McCoyNaw Strangeroh confidentiallySee- here PapaAnd before PapaNo personal I I rri siLLiMAN INSTITUTE Work This College Is Doing for the Natives of Philippines Silliman Institute was founded in 1901 by Dr H B SHliman of Cchoes J H B SILLJMAN N Y with the purpose of in the a body of Christian men trained for the practical walks of life From the door of the college building the is lands of Cebu Bo hol Siquijor and Mindanao Philippines art creating clearly in view and others lie just over the horizon It was for this rea son and to keep the school away from the dangers of city life that the town of Dumaguete on the island of Negros was chosen with its background of high mountains and the Pacific only a stones throw from the school door It is In center of the Visayan tribe of over 3000000 and within easy reach of them all The site seems not to have been chosen amiss for the peo pIe have taken the work of the school seriously from the start and have it loyally The school which is under the care of the foreign board of the Presbyterian church was opened formally with 13 pupils and in the five years of its existence has grown to 260 It would have been 300 if it had not been crowded to overflowing during the present year These students come from all the larger islands of the archipelago and are boys of enthusiasm and ability for the most part from the Roman Catholic church and yet too anxious for an education to allow this to stand in the way It is the oldest of the Protestant Christian schools in the islands and the only one where rich and poor are brought together on terms of perfect equality and given either a classical course or an indus trial training It is a burning truth in the islands that knowledge is power a boy goes home from the school here and can be a power almost from the start In America it means a little en vious concession but here it means power leadership An educated strong man today will move a whole community The old Spanish system of education is as far out of date as a 40yearold atlas The new ideas of education freedom and religion pos sess the heart and thought of the Filipino says Dr S Hubbard in Rec ord of Christian Work and cannot be repressed It is for the guidance of these that SHliman Institute stands against superstition injustice slavery and jgnorance A careful study of the Bible as a text book is required of every student CASTOR I A2- fqr Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CftajtyXZcM NEW UNITED STATES LAW A ruling by the Post Office Depart ment at Washington has Just been made which will work a great hard ship on newspaper publishers and alike It denies publishers the 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 aside If we want to send our paper to anyone its our business and no one has any sayso it seems to us but Uncle Sam says not so Tt means that publishers must go 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 to keep posted as to how we stand Some people may think this is written as a bluff but if you are of this opinion ask your post master 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 the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice the supported leadera d subscribers subscribers be set weeka POSTED I over WS Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave W E Cook Mrs P D Gill W T Worrel John A Sanders B L Burton B C Boian W J GiIlispie STATE NORMAC To any young man expecting to the Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal School Richmond Ky Write to 1 R Boothe Pres Y Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make arrange ments fpr meeting you at the train and finding yon suitable boarding place You can then come to the office of the President who will assist you in mak ing out your Course of Study attend ic r MC- A An Editors Recommendation Editor The Record We most hear tily recommend Prof Lippard and his Business College work to the young people of Lancaster Business College here his graduated a number of our young people and placed them into Rood positions where they are earning splendid salaries I would ad vise every young person in your region to enter his Business College theSe as he trains his students thoroughly and places them into good positions TrulyEditor Gazette Mt Sterling Kyv COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KILL THE I His WITH II New Discovery I FOR Dr Kings OUCHS OLDS PRICE SOc letHe 105 TrW Free GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OK MONEY BEPUNDED Every reader of this paper who is not already subscriber to the 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 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 Everybodys 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 the whole country As to iiction Everybodys published several of the best stories that appeared in 1007 Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Elijah Evans Puff vs Lemon Evans Deft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November Term 1907 in the above styled action I as Master Commission er will on MONDAY JANUARY 27th 1908 Detween the hours of 10 A M and 2 r 31 it being county court day sell at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following real 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 Win Whitaker and in line to Luhter Raney thence with middle of said pike chains N 28i E 290 chains N 6 W 2 95 chains to a point in the middle of said pike a cor ner to said Wm Whitaker thence leaving pike and still with said Whita ker N 811 E 166 chains N 86 E 490 chains to a crooked sycamore corner to said Whitaker and Lemon Teater thence with said Teater N 21 E 728 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 a drain N G4J W 317 chains S 71i W 420 chains to a locust in said drain N 83i W 328 chains N 55J W 151 chains N 69 W 325 chains to the mid die of Poor Ridge Pike thence with line of said pike N 12 E 272 chains N Hi 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 5 63 chains S 55i W 905 chains N 84J W 13 65 chains S 60J 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 12i E 187 chains N 30 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 39i W 961 chains S 24i 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 on a branch in line to A D Ford thence up said branch and with Ford S E 340 chains S 51 E 429 chains S GOi E 7 19 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 Furd and corner to Newton Grow thence still up said branch and with line of said 77 E 269 chains S 87 E 133 chains S 691 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 83i E 175 chains N 65 E 6 50 chains E 1 61 chains N 53 E 1 89 chains S 88 E 4 50 chains N 73 E 520 chains S 67 E 495 chains N 60 E 4 chains S 87 E 6 chains to the beginning con taining 18085 acres Said land will be sold by the acre and only so much of said land will be sold as will plaintiffs debt inter est and cost to day of sale this sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of 515000 which is plaintiffs aebt interest and cost approximately to 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 equal installments with good security payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from of until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity Alein will also be retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase moneyJ BOTHWELL Master Garrard Circuit Court This January 8 1908 R Atty for Plf AND All AND LUNGTROUBLES that N Il W 48 SugarCreek 28 watergate 63 73 water Grow- S Com I 1 I Indiana Far i L By virtue of state and county taxes due and unpaid by the following delhi quent taxpayers of Garrard county for year 1907 as per tax warrant in my hands issued by the county clerk of said county 1 C A Arnold sheriff of Garrard county Ky will on MONDAY Jan 27 1903 being the first day of January Term of the Garrard countv court before the court house 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 the amount of said penalty interests costs etc As soon as the taxts are paid their names will disappear from this list C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard county Ky This Dec 27 1907 DISTRICT No 1 LANCASTER WHITE Acton Smith N R 2 acres 8 8 80 Cunningham Mary 1 lot 1360 Harris Dove B 1 town lot 20 75 Mahoney James 1 town lot 40 Raney John 2 acres 5 40 Sharp Abe N R 8 town lots 46 85 DISTRICT No 1 COLORED Anderson Elias 1 town lot Anderson Caroline 1 town lot 7 15 Burdett Jim 1 acre 7 20 Burdett Bob 7 acres 635 Cooper Geo 1 town lot 5 25 Leavell Geo 1 town lot 4 70 Middleton Ed 1 town lot 5 90 Spillman Bill 1 town lot 5 85 Salter Heirs 1 town lot Warren Jess 1 town lot 5 80 DISTRICT No 2 BRYAXTSVILLE WHITE Brown Mary C 5 acres Hughes L B 10 acres 6 90 Lane C W 12 acres 5 35 Preston Susie 16 acres 5 75 Pollard Thomps 36 acres 11 00 Rice Joe 300 acres 5245 Scrivner Ella 51 acres 1545 Stone Margaret 84 acres 11 90 DISTRICT No 2 COLORED Britton Leon 91 acres 2 95 Cochran Frank and Bill 3 acres 6 40- Mulllns John H acres 5 75 McMurtry Joraun 1 acre 4 75 Smith Ben 1 town lot 4 70 Tucker York 1 acre 5 75 DISTRICT No 3 BUCKEYE WHITE Bolton Thomas 2J acres 5 75 East Bros 28 acres 13 85 McLear Geo 2 acres 8 10 Potts Bros N R 12 acres 22 25 Ray Mike 3 acres 735 DISTRICT No 3 COLOIED Anderson Mary 5 acres 4 05 Horton Zeph 12 acres 810 Leavell Anderson 9 acres 8 SO Leavell Alice 25 acres t 70 Leavell Finn 7 acres 8 10 Lear Ed 5 acres Muter Alex 3 acres 5 15 DISTRICT No 4 PAnT LICK WHITE Adams Otis N R 3 acres 5 20 Almy S W N acres 7 45 Brock Carlo 50 acres 6 90 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 JTNR 136 acres 2 95 McCullum Heirs 47 acres 2 95 Newland J F 110 acres 19 45 Pullins Mason N R 45 acres 29 75 Ross Arch N R 13 acres 1 95 Rogers W P 22 acres Scarbrough Dave 28 acres Ware James N R 700 acres 9 65 Wilkerson Jennie 21 acres 3 90 DISTRICT 4 COLORED Anderson Geo 18 acres Anderson Henry 1 acre 5 15 Black Solon 6 acres 9 60 Beazley Geo 4 acres 9 20 Faulconer Edith N R 35 acres 6 90 Goodloe Margaret 1 lot Goodloe Harris Will 2 acres 5 20 Hicks Oscar i acre 395 Kavanaugh Green 4 acres 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 60 YEARS I EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MAIKS DEsIGNs COPYRIGHTS Ac ABTOSO sending a sketch and our opinion free whether Invention to probably free Oldest serarte Patents taken through Menu ft Co ncatvc tficUtt notice without charge lathe A bandflomely Illustrated weekly forges dr Q Sheriffs FOR TflXES taxes 4 10 3 55 4 05 h o 5 25 R400 4 9 21J 5 20 No l 85 4 15 Don 1 lot l 00 4 05 Communlea I Jlmerlcai eclentiSo Terms a OSce It I Sale 9 y aa on Late sent ckilifk any 53 1 Sold byalt sewedsalere iNN CO3sIRrea New Ystk asa 5 get ftkf kim rsspsNrui Doctor The Itch Where The Itch Isi Dont Dose the Stomach to Cure Eczema and other Skin Diseases Those alllleted withEczma salt orotaerskm a similar nature should stomanch lo themselves of the terrible itch They should doctor the itch where the itch the skin through the skin not through the stomach Eczema and other disease of a kin dred kind are skin blood diseases Science has shown that Eczema is caused by germs in theskin and that tie disease can be eradicated only bv killing the germs Dr Decatur D Dennis was one of the tirst physicians to follow out the germ theory in skin diseases Then Le dis covered that by mixing oil of with other soothing agents lie had a liquid prescription which killed the germs anti cured the awful itch leaving the skin white and smooth Since that time this D D D Prescrip tion has been that standard remedy for skin diseases just as D D D soap is the standard highs grade skin soap The first few drops of D D D give instant relief from the terrible and from the frightful burning of the diseased skic So reliable is this D D D remedy that hundreds of physicians prescribe it It is a wash as thin as water avId as mild and as pure which is applied to the diseased portion of the skin Mrs Frances Richmond of Milton Trimble county Kentucky writes ily little girls fingers weresore at most to the bone front Eczema I used part of the samble bottle of D D D Prescription received from you and now they are well It is a wonderful skin remedy We carefully investigated D D Prescription before recommending it to our neighbors and patrons and after a lon experience we are more than ever convinced of its wonderful merits R E McRoberts Lancaster You neednt decide now but call at our store anyway and we will show you how this D D D Prescription gives instant relief from itch GoughsandCoIds Pneumonia rind Consumption Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious r suits from a cold J There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lonjr trouble if FeZcys Ifojtoy and is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk 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