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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 24 W08 Nrr DIE1U t sisarsssra 6s Your Account Is Past Due PLEASE CALL AT ONCE and SETTLE H T Logan Making Good AT SMITH HERRINGS it 1 II eI I t j Jim SaitL of 1 business has increased each and every month since our opening ten months ago This has been accomplished by reliable merchandise and standing every dollars worth we sell A custom ei is never allowed to leave our store handling I behind dissatisfied iOur WE ARE No PROPHETS I 1 I but fully expect with the high grade lines of CLOTHING SHOES and FURNISH INGS which we have so carefully for the coming Spring and Summer sea sons to end the year 1908 with all our increase records broken and outstrip ped by far Drop in and see us when passing purchased previous r Fisher Herring Local Items Teachers Money Money for the January payment has arrived and teachers can get same by calling at office of Superintendent on any Friday or Saturday Union Temperance Meeting L C Kelly of Louisville will duct a union temperance meeting at the Methodist church next Sunday night There will be no services t any of the other churches that night Election of Officers All members of M D Logan Camp No 1536 are hereby notified at attend a meeting of the camp to be held at the Court House next Monday the 27th for the purpose of electing of fibers for the ensuing year and other important business County Court Monday Next Monday will be county court day and a big crowd is expected to be in town If you are a paton of The Record and have any business to settle up with your neighbor come to our office where you will find plenty of paper pens ink etc Make our office your headquarters when in town Merchants Protective Association The merchants of Winchester have formed a Protective Association and every thirty days those who fall to meet their obligations are placed on a delinquent list Following the ac tions of the merchants the physicians of that city have also formed an asso ciation virtually placing the business of that city on a thirty days basis Attention Do you want to sell your property at any time during the year 1908 Now is the time to list it with us Let us explain to you our contract We find the buyers We are at work all the time to get purchasers to come to Garrard County See us at once Hughes Swine broad Real Estate Agts Lancaster What e Holiness Holiness in the Scriptural sense is Not freedom from the possibility of sinning but freedom from the of sinning Not infallable but sincere endeavor to follow a Higher wisdom Not freedom from temptation but power to overcome temptation Not absence of physical infirmity but triumph over bodily affliction Not absence of conflictbut victory through conflict Not freedom from the liability of falling but gra cious ability to prevent falling Not impossibility progress but deliver ance from ever standing still G Campbell Morgan Has Measles Several little red speckled children are cooped up here and there about town suffering with measles In this connection a remarkable thing may be A parrot belonging to Jake who resides on Lexington street is indisposed with a strange eruptive illness Josephs little son has the measles and the attending physician declares that the bird has also undoubtedly developed the same disorder This if true is not only but amazing Itis well known that no student of bacteviology has so far succeeded in apprehending and rendering innocuous the bacillus of this abhorrent malady still elusive and untabulated it roams to day over the whole world Hith erto it had been supposed by eyery body that the feathered kingdom was altogether immune against the scourge but the question now will naturally arise a to whether birds also are eventually to come within the danger zone of this infection It seems that one need not be surprised at anything nowadays inasmuch as curious queer and comical beliefs are constantly be ing advanced which tend to upset many established theories that have drifted out to us from a hoary antiqul In Honor of Gen January 18th at 2 p m the Unit ed Daughters of Confederacy held a memorial service for their beloved chieftain Robert Edward Lee The handsome home of Mrs Fred P Frisbie was beautifully decorated for the oc casion with potted plants and red and white draperies A large potrait of Lee was draped with confederate flags After a prayer by Rev C C Brown the Sword of Lee was sung bvMIsses Alber ta Anderson Allie Arnold The Mrs Jas A Royston spoke of the object of the meeting telling eulogies pronounced on this noble character by men of note and introduced the speak I Williams who gave an eloquent address Mr Williams gave a minute history of Lees life a interesting and impressive which was greatly enjoyed by all and pronounced a masterpiece After a song the Sunny South the presi dent centered Crosses of Honor on three old veterans In an impressive manner this making roses that have been conferred Eld F Tinder lead in prayer and all joined in Old Kentucky Home At the close of the service the old voter filled with enthusiasm made the sing as with thoughts of days that bare passed 2t con I Parrot Joseph important unbridled I ty president erHon W I nil Advertise extensively Ky necessity judgment L- On inmost manner sixteen singing bowie they sue Dixie ate V When you come in Monday get your dinner at the Ballard House on Dan ville street A good din ner for reasonable price Important Meeting There will be a meeting of the Gar rard county Farmers Club at the courb house next Monday at 1 oclock for the purpose of selecting deligates to the State Farmers Institute at Frankfort Feb 4 5 6 All farmers are urged to attend the meeting J N Denny Prest Lost Dogs 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 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 Lick Ky Phone 152X Good for Lancaster Boy A Washington dispatch missioner of Internal Revenue Capers has indicated that he will authorize I the promotion of Millard West of his bureau from 1400 to 91600 per annum to fill a vacancy now existing f in the bureau Mr West is now as the second man in charge in j his division and is placed in charge in the absence of the chief of the division Mr West is from Lancaster and coming to Washington was em ployed in the internal revenue service as a general storekeeper gauger He has rapidly advanced in the service I here Mr West was recently married to a charming young woman of this city I The New U S Law In another colum will be found a synopsis of the new ruling of the Post master General in regard to the sending copies to subscribers af ter the pay therefor is due At a dollar a year with present high prices for material and labor it is out of the question to stop a man from his work and send him out to collect subscriptions so under toe new ruling we must discontinue papers when the time paid therefor has It is perfectly plain that we right to send our paper to whom we please regardless of the United States Government has said it dont go Should we send you papers after a stipulated time Uncle Sam will not only yank you up in his courts but make the poor editor beat rock for many months to come If you like our efferts to give you the news of and Garrard county please signify the fact by arranging what is due on subscription If you dont like our humble efforts for heavens sake say so This office under the present management has never sent a paper to anyone who has in the least intimated that he does not want it A Splendid Toast Rev Hugh McLellan who made so many friends here while conducting a meeting at the Christian church was awarded the five dollar gold piece byLoulsville Times for the best Year toast to Kentucky the hundreds of toasts entered in this popular for this distinguished and citizen to capture the prize which is to be appreciated most for the honor of having framed in beautiful and expression the which was selected by the judges as the most appropriate submitted Be low is reproduced the toast which will be read with iterest by the legion of friends of Mr McLellan HERES TO KENTUCKY the oldest nor yet the youngest State not the richest nor yet the poorest notthelargest nor yet the least but take it all in all for men and women for flocks and herds for fields and skies for happy homes and loving hearts the best place outside of heaven the good Lord ever made Commenting editorially the Times saysThe Times congratulates itself and the people of Kentucky for having been the medium for producing the Rev Hugh McLellans toast to Ken tucky It is eloquent goodnatured graceful and terse It combmes a sort of joy of living with a note of patriotism all through it It deserves to become a Kentucky classic Let us all arise Mr Toastmaster and pledge Old Kentucky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are 70 eggs day average of 75 first ten days of January If you have not thoroughbreds get some of my Barred Plymoth Rocks They won 1st 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1907 1 setting 75 2 settings 1 25 settings perlOO 3 00 per 1000 25 00 Chicks lOcts each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders Satisfaction guaranted Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeys Walton E Moss Phone in residence three miles on old Danville Pike 1 also sell Incubators Brooders chick Feed and Poultry substantial I j saysCom newspapers Iexpir- ed I have- a paybut I Lancaster contest It remained language prosepoem KentuckyNot II NeWyear 2 00 auu u regarded before Notwithstanding honored Vulcan ID a And Chattanooga Plow Points Collars Pads Trace Chains Back Bands HASELDEN BROS raJrg m m pLO 5B i J i1 i III II iiJ j n J1Beazle9 Arterial ui Cavity rtita Office on Danville Street UNDERTAKER I FULL LINE OF CASKETS AIM BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS STOCK rtonouncement We call your especial attention to our im mense line of Haihrgs and Laces 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 giving premium dishes and china but instead we will give to every customer holding 1000 worth of tickets 250 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 1 Special discontinue ti 0 2 4 k- f SEEDS Clover Timothy and Blue Grass in Stock OATS A car of Recleaned and Clipped Northern Seed Oats just received Kindly see me when you are in the market for anyof the above I can interest you in price and quali ty The best grades of Coal in stock Wagons promptly loaded Obelisk Flour in barrels None better BANKS HUDSON s I FIELD I I I r 4 a J J WALKER President Office over Herndons jewelry store J S JOHNSON Vice Prest I ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS Ji tM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNKY Asst Gtthr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited ProP and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T 1C Arnold Jno A Sanders I s I 1 I I s THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital50000 10000 A K DENNY President J E STORES Yin Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam1 D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L GilL Irs Safety DeIMJ sitBOIeS forRent fe Solicit Your Business E L Prest W C Fish Yin Prest W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II I u Woods We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 I DZROPORB K 6 GUYN JB WOODS ICOY RL ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS EL WOODS W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Ican Insure your Grain or Baled Hay bI Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDSI General Insurance Agency armers Attention Tobacco FR By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Phone No 31 Residence No 7 At 1C Denny I DENTIST I XrXIXXLXttr i T J HOOD DENTIST Office at residence Danville st y2 IJI OCIMI 2I IHC 7aT fly Accounts j 1 l 4 were due January ist Please bear in mind and call at the FURNITURE STORE and settle prompt ly and oblige Your friend I I I I 1 f C R Slft 7eNjl I CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAR LOUIS EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyas SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky January 24 1908 BUCKEYE Mrs George Ray is very ill again Mr Joseph Bogie and family are visit ing relatives here Mr Mike Ray and Printus Walker have been in Lexington on business Mr Bob Long and Cecil Broddus shipped a fine bunch of hogs last week Mr and Mrs were the guests of Mr and Mrs H Ray Sunday Mr and Mrs B Ray spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm BurtonI Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seen Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson Mrs John Walker and daughter Emma spent Saturday night and Sun day with her son Printus Walker Mrs Frintus Walker and charming little daughter Mary Edith spent a few days with Mrs Bob Long last week Removed- I have moved my dental office rooms over drug store rooms No 5 and 6 B F Walter Long of has been the charming guest of her sister Mrs Richard Burton for a few days STONE C S Sanders brought of Sanders a bunch of shoats Finley Leavell bought of Lewis Leavell one mule for 75 Dule Lemay bought one horse from girt Fathergill for 125 Mr Clarence Crutchfield called on his best girl last Friday night Mrs Charlie Mitchell who has been seriously ill is slowly Mr Eliza McMillian sold his tobacco to Mr Tom Hicks at lOcts per lb Miss Flora Lee Wiley visted Miss Linnie Preston last Thursday and Fri dayMr and Mrs Lenis Murphy visited Mr Forest Curtis and family last Sun dayMr Tom Lemay and family visited Mr Earl Green and wife part of last weekMr Clarence Crutchfield and sister spent last Sunday with Mr John HammMiss Alice Snyder spent part of this week with her mother Mrs Mary Sny der of Madison Mr Eliza McMillian and wife visited her mother Mrs John Ray of Loyd Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Walker of McCreary was the charming guest of Miss Ella Hicks part of last week Removed- I have moved my dental office to rooms over Stormes drug store rooms Walter Miss Lottie Hamm returned home Sunday after spending a delightful week with Miss Mabe and Leola Crucbgeld Dairymen I have some Millet Hay Will sell or exchange for other hay or Corn Banks Hudson Misses Mabel and Lula Crutchfield intertained a number of their friends last Thursday night in the honor of Miss Lottie Hamm every body report ed a nice time PREACHERS VJLLLE The measles patients are improving No new cases Mrs N J Horton who has been sick is some better Mrs B C White and little daughter have returned to their home in Crab OrchardJohn Horton delivered some hogs to Isaac Herrin Lincolns efficient jailer at 6cts net Eugene Sutton who is in the of the Q Cat Lexington is with his sister Mrs M 0 Kennedy Removed- I have moved my dental office to rooms over Stormes drug store rooms No 5 and 6 B F Walter The skating rink is now progressing finely so the skaters say The rink is open Wednesday and Saturday even at 730 in lower part of Masonic Clover Timothy and Blue seed Also Northern Seed Oat Banks Hudson correspondent spent a day at Crab Orchard last week Her mer chants seemed to be doing a thriving business the town is growing none candeny Two fine large buildings finished in last month others started Two rinks in full blast Quincy Carpenter recently returned from the army and Annabel Des lion of Garrard were married by v D Palmeter last week The groom is the oldest son of Mr S D Carpenter and is a fine fellow His bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wiley Deshon and is both pretty and popular We wish them a long and happy life and may they never know 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 LANDRAM itrI LoydSanders r I t Stormes Miss Norah Cottonsburg- I I I I L L t Imp rving No 5 and 6 B F I II I employ i 18 lings r I I I ypu est I I I i T I Miss Re- F sorrow t PAINT LICK The many friends of W A Anderson regret to hear of his serious illness Miss Luella Arnold of Indiana is the guest of her sister Mrs Burdett RamseyMr Golden of Amelly Kansas is visiting friends in this neighborhood this week Mr David Gradv died on 7th and was burried on the 9th at the Richmond Coy and Smith Sold there crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco Co for 13J cts per lb Removed I have moved my dental office to rooms over Stormes drug store rooms No 5 and 6 B F Walter Miss Delia Braught who has been with the Peoples Bank for some time leaves for her home this week WALLACETON Mr J A Baker sold to Mr J S Ruther ford a fat hog for 15 50 Mrs James Guinn is able to be out after being ill of tonsilitis Mrs Lizzie Lucas and children leave this week for their home in Illinois Mr John Allen has only recently completed gathering his big crop of corn Mrs Vina McWhorter and children of Paint Lick attended church here Sunday Mr W J Weaver was real sick a few days last week but is now about re covered Mr and Mrs Henry Lawson have re turned from Mansfield Ill and will remain in Kentucky for a while Mrs Mary Smith and little daughter Lucy spent last week in Berea with relatives Mrs Smith is quite ill now Removed I have moved my dental office to rooms over Stormes drug store rooms No 5 and 6 B F Walter M Smith has had a very severe attack of throat trouble but was able to fill his pulpit Saturday and Sunday ORYANTSYILLE Mr W J Hogan continues very ill Mr John Peters of Mackville spent Sunday here Mrs Will Dickerson was in Danville shopping Saturday Miss Hester Patton has been sick with the measles Mr Cox was last week buying hemp at 625 per cwt Mr G B Rose is at home after a busi ness trip to Owsley Co Mrs J W Bryant was in Richmond for a short visit last week Miss Eliza Ison will begin her school first of February Several from here went to Nicholas ville Friday evening to the skating rinkMiss Mae Scott has gone to Rich mond to take a special course at the NormalMr Mrs J C Williams spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives DanvilleMrs Glass and daughter Mary Lee of Hanley spent Friday with Mrs Eliza Ballard Mrs James Burnside has gone to Huntington W for a visit to her sister Geiger Misses late Farlie and Elizabeth Bryant have gone to Richmond where they will attend school Removed- I have moved my dental office to rooms over Stormes drug store rooms No 5 and 6 B F Walter tf Banks Hudson Rev Holland of Wilmore preached two excelent sermons at the Metho dist church Sunday morning and even ing The pastor RevRoss who has been quite sick for several weeks is very much improved and hopes to be able to fill his next appointment 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 to give it without tation 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 sens tive oronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal ach ing lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sa cred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these al ways fail Dont drug the Stomach nor the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a known to druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will Free sample test sent on request Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test B E McBoberte WMHerndon D Herndon IHtNWN IERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Oboe Stormea dreg store CemeteryMessrs 1 Rev T here Va David BlueGrass erseverywhere R E McRoberts pre- scrIption by i herethe Mrs N hes organs stimulate come Dr Ben over i a QUITE E JGIBLE A big burlylooking fellow a picture of health strength walked into the office of i prominent accident insurance company the other day and applied for a policy Certainly said the secretary Are you engaged in any hazardous Not in the least replied the appli cantDoes your business make it neces sary for you to handle loaded firearms or weapons of any kind No sir Would your business ever require you to be where there were excited instance at a riot or a fireVery seldom Is your business such as to render you liable to injury from tramcars or runaway horses No sir Does your business throw you In contact with the criminal Very rarely indeed sir I think that you are eligible What is your business I am a policeman i WORSE THAN AUTOS r I I anal I I I crowdsfor I pert business classes in the world is the matter You look like you had been up against a bucksaw confound it Since those motor boats are flying around here no one Is safe Chicago Daily News Advice to Married Men Although your wife Is far from here Behave as though She still were near Free Press A Considerate Man JohnYes sir Be sure to tell me when it is four oclockYessir Dont forget It I promised to meet my wife at 230 In the drug store across the street and shell be if Im not there when she A Quarrelsome Household Mrs Boyenden But why did you leave your last place Applicant I couldnt stand the way the mistress and master used to quar rel mum Mrs B B me Did they quarrel much then mum when it wasnt me an im it was me an er Restrained Do you know we have the most chauffeur you ever heard of Indeed Yes sir When he Is offended he merely kicks me swears at my wife and cuffs the children where the av erage chauffeur would leave Puck Itch In The Skin Not in The Blood People with Eczema etc Make Grlev ous Error by taking Medicine Into the stomach When your hand is scalded with Lot water until it blisters and burns you dont drink medicine to cure it You ap ply healing lotion to the injured skin Eczema psoriasis salt rheum bar and other such diseases of the skin cannot be cured by filling the stomach with medicine any more than you can cure a burn by drinking medi cine To cure these diseases you must apply the remedy on the part The diseases named are caused by germs in the skin Kill the germs and the disease away and the skin is left and white as nature intended it tobeThat mild simple liquid of winter green property compounded in D D D Prescription routs the germs and heals the where the disease was No tongue can tell nor pen portrary what I ten years from Ecze ma writes Mrs R R Latta of Garry son Mo I was treated by the best doctors in the west but received no benefit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound and well Six or eight months have passed and there Is no sign of a return My advice to all is Begin the use of D D D at and be cured We have carried D D D for a long time because we know it takes away the itch and we believe it to be an infalllible remedy in the treatment of Eczema and other skin diseases B E McBpberts Lancaster 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 givethem money Now the at your doorand saves board and traveling expenses See Prof Lippard MermaidWhat NeptuneYes Detroit provoked comesJudge shockedDear ApplicantYes accommodating bens itch affected- pure sufierefor dontdelay i Blunt once opportunity is The best as it will not rust as quick as other fences the staves will not slip it can be stretched tighter and will stay up better than any fence Price 4ft30e Steam Engines and Gasoline Engines Buggies Wagons Harness Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Trace Chains Hames Hame Straps Strings Work Bridles BreechingBuggyWhipsBinders Cutting Harrows Feed Cutters Seperators W JROMANS Settlement Time has arrived and we will be very glad If you will call and settle your account Please DO Not Put Off this matter as we need what Is due us McRoberts Drug Store THE PLACE TO EAT MDP 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Mock Turtle Soup Maderia IOC Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef An Jus Inc Potatoes Stewed In Cream roc New Wax Beans loc Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream ioc Coffee ioc Tea ioc Milkioc Buttermilk ioc Always a full line of Steaks Chop Sea Food Etc What you want the way you want it when you want it White Service Throughout Cuisine Unexcelled Everything New Neat Clean and upto date J iI XOXOMO WIRE I I I III f I I I I I I 1 f 11 ReapersIIII II I L m I I I 1 I0- I i 0 I I 0 1 e S t mEI 7IIlJF3 r e i s FENCE- r i I I Sand t nnUrVL4 S c 1 v 1 f1 f LzZZtrd1 E 1 D7lIIiYI 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 A 1 4 1 FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS 8 CRESCENT ROUTEQUEEN Winter Tourist TicketsI AJ CURE THE LUNGS I KILLTHE COUCH WITH FOR Dr IIkig cgc s Neslfitsi ee HITANS ML NN LSUS TSISSLEL rl halft8 zzPONDIiIBt= I1TBf Oa Sale IWaber 1 1991 IGeed Mq13I1 d J 11tof oeeIs cm6cpa I1I Iee idesaasaa aad aJeu- N T d Nils I mrNew When the people to sleep its the preacher who needs to Almost all arelike all bull frogs sitting with their feet ia the slime of some pool Twr Imfuts rot Ckilir- wIblUYN ton Atop fatft o be awakeedD CASTORIA croakers Bears tba Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffecr Marr1 Ef r The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min utes In a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced 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 Blessings are not to be measured by their bulk Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys great value of tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts He knows little who comprehends all he knows It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Bucklens Ainica 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 R E McRoberts drug store 1m I recently lade expertwere costthe I 25c at r I r L i 7 this scien I Applied Clothes Here and Have Worn them awhile we want you to be just as well satisfied with them as when you first put them on If theyre not right in any way fit tailoring quality we want to know it Hart Schaffner Marx make the kind of clothes that theyre willing to guarantee satisfac tion on and stand by it And were not afraid to back to the limit any thing that carries their label Theyre the kind of clothes you want J After Youve Bought Your L C5t Batsons White Elephant Store w V Personals Miss Pattie Elmore of Richmondis visiting Miss Norma Elmore Mr and Mrs John Francis have from West Virginia Messrs Dave Walker and T K were m Crab Orchard Sunday Mr Mrs Saufley Hughes of Crab Orchard visited friends here Sunday Mr and Mrs Horace Herndon of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Mrs Jennie Eastman is spending the week in Danville with Mrs Donald McDonaldMrs Nevius of Stanford has been visiting her son Mr Joe Revius Water street Mr add Mrs William Collier are re ceiving congratulations over the arriv al of a little girl The literary club The Gleaners met in the library of the Graded School the past week Mrs F P Fris bie was leader and she was assisted by Mrs CC Brown and Mrs Emma Kauffman j The interesting subject was Longfel low for chUdretis turf Jfm returned Watson Airs E C Gaines Mrs R L ElkIn rOIEnIlOnYARDTAR ant safe pr te U A New Aid Fable f This is not a George Adc fable though it may sling some slang It is a Home Aid fable Once there was a Geezer who sat around and cut Kindling 8 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 Blink Yes it was G Why hadnt he lived Here since 8i and found that the Place was Punky Sure Mike fc that town over in the next County Grown like Jonahs Gourd Must be a Jonah here Weve grown some but I dont see that were knocking any particularly Big Per Thats the way this Gazaboo knocked his town J One day a Sarcastic Stranger floated Into the Town that j was Knocked from the burg that had Blossomed like Jonahs g Gourd He Heard some o e- i Goo N o Lookat Go simmons oo r O 0MMMMMMMMc MMMMMOOt M M AMMM F 0 4 0 0- I 0 0 0- m 0 of the Flabbergasting and Dropped to the sit uation Look here you he remarked to the citizen who was Handing Out the Knocks What do you do for this town Are you doing your part to put this Burg on upgrade Whats hefty Bunch of litera ture sticking out of your Clothes Thats a Man Order Catalogue from Chi cago a town that Is a town replied the Gee zer So I thought said the Impertinent Now let me hand you out a nice little Wad of common sense For the past ten you have been sending your money to the Chi cago Mall Order houses instead of spending It among your home mer chants 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 V theo 0 0 O fityears U 0It 000 I I 0 0 0 0 Arrival 0 0 0 got over all this Bum Business years ago We passed Resolutions that we would trade at home and help our 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 vail and let the sheriff hang out the Nothing Doing sign In front of some of your own towns mercantile Emporiums Look at our Tows sad then look at yours What makes the Differ ence Whereupon the Whittling Gazaboo threw a few well cho sjen Thoughts into his mental makeup and went down to the village store to Annex a linen collar in place of the Paper Circles which he had bought from Chicago at Two Bits Box 1Ul i MORAL If you want your town tor f grow patronize home enterprises I own It 0 I 0 0 sI I 1 1 4 i p j 0 fr 0r 0 r S r A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since 1 began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Spring er 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 E E McRoberts drug store 25c im Information is on substitue for A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says B M James of LouellenS 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 in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at B E McRoberts drug store 1m A Short tempar has the other kind of a tongue 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 avid lung Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 3LOO Trial bottle free 1m T The self satisfied are seldom of any service I 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 ol 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 The open heart always finds the open heartTroubles reverse the laws of perpec tive Lame Shoulder Cured Lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and quick ly yields to a few applications of Balm Mrs F H Mc Elwee of Boistown New Brunswick writes Having been tronbled 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 You can always get fine feathers with money but a fine face you cannot buy The Pure Food Law Secretary Wilson says One of the objects of the law is to inform the con sumer of the presence 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 not comtain any of these drugs and the truth of this claim is now fully proven as no mention of them is made on the label This remedy Is not only one of the safest but one of the in use for coughs and colds Its value has beea proves dar lag the years it has been in federal toe rot MM by frisbist JDrag Stan IM inspiration relief DIscov- ery remedies I Pain requires f e Chamberlains beyond gaestlon many Y tiw L y 4 OF COURSE Billy Wots that lady got that thing on her head for and them shoes on er feet Mllly Wy yo keep her head and feet dry o course No Hope Do you care she asked if I eat green onions No he replied why should I Then she began to tell her friends that she wouldnt marry him even if he were the last man on earth Chicago RecordHerald Getting On Hows he getting on with his Pol ar expeditionGreat Started yet No but his lectures are all writ Leader Getting Down to Particulars Mrs I read you this animal story Willie Willie With or without With or without what Affidavits Life A Family Tree J DeSwell is always talking about his family tree it is evidently a gen uine News t Just Possible Her What is meant by going from bad to worse a divorce and again I DaUy News Business Items Lost Silk umbrella Was lost on Bich mond street Reward for return to Central Record office You can get first class buggies at bargains in order to make room for my large Spring stock 2t Romans Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with the best coal and deliver orders promptly at lowest prices Adams Corder Phone 140 1 232m For Rent Danville street one I am for the famous plaster Sacket board Good as ceiling or pIps ter cheaper than either tf H C Hamilton This day the firm of Uortbcott Hagan have desolved partnership retiring2tKy Jan 8 1908 We shall endeavor to please you both in price and quality our goods Our stock is more complete than ever this year and we a patronage2t The Business College wilt be worth much to the young people of this Every one possible should enter and prepare for good positions 2t Wanted A gently combined horse or mare from to six old FBobinson at National Bank of Lancaster OeM Miss a Bargain Iwill be at Lancaster Monday Jan 27 County Court Day bar ia Barred Bock Cockerete and Pallets Walton I sillyto 7 tenCleveland SlimsonShall MaudeYoung ClaraYes chestnutChicago HimGetting believeChicago cheap2t W Residence on givenimmediately aboutthem W H Ward 7 f Z f marrying J f region years 2t some gala E Wa- R Kokomo Fence 30 cts per rod 2t W J Romans I See our stoves Haselden ros tf j I have everything a farmer needs in I the way of plowing W J Romans Prof Lippard wants ambitious stu dents to enter the Business College Dont miss it 4t Hand made harness extra low 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 Apply 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 direction by trading with W H Ward We are in a position to save you money on all kinds of building ma terial especially on doors windows and furnishing material 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 ing at once E W Harris Treas 8 16tf Notice of Dissolution- I hereby give notice that the firm of Cook doing business in Ky was on Oct 1st 1907 by mutual consentV S Leavell Having decided to reduce my busi ness to groceries and tinware I will for the next sixty days sell best prints 6ic shoes clothing and notions at queensware at less than city CD PJwell 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 John Christman Prop Silver knives folks and spoons tf 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 Bomans Butter butter milk fresh sweet milk skim milk and sweet cream for sale at the Creamery Telephone 142 Enter the Lancaster BusinessColIege 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 W J Romans For Undecorated china cups and saucers Beason for selling too large for use Miss Sallie Elkin Yelocopedes and tool ch nBros Pair gold eye glasses between Stan ford and Lancaster en last Thursday Bewaid for return to Central Record office It Dr Rosaberry Osteeath Office at G M Pattersons Richmond street Will be here days Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments 11 25 tf Examinations The examination for graduates from the public schools will at the office of County Friday and Saturday Jan and 25th Far Sale 8 dwelling 3room store boise ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike imile from church right atschool IRS good neighborhood Apply to- Morf Dunn v Bourne Ky I I a Has en Bros 2t 2t tf Leavell dIs- solved ost prIc- es 110 tf investigate ros U j j Sal U H Lost residence treated Superintendants- on tf 13611 to Lancaster be held room 4 l f Y A Lear Cook I H C uerIIdo8 Thos WL Owes Lawsas w 3t Copyright 1907 by Hart Schafiner Marxff J R Mount Successors to Mount Elkin Headquarters for Vulcan Flows and Repairs 1 1 Oliver Plows and Repairs Lap Robes Marked Down Low J E Mount Co Special Sale Stationer Greatly Reduced Prices We have a number of boxes of nice Stationery where the box only is slightly soiled that we are now closing out at cost The paper is in perfect condition Come early and get the pick of these bargains m E I I ov Box Co- B e g Frisbies OM HTLogam J R BT A B BrowB Jr TJfricILL ia DRUGSTORE B E McBoF BTS Prest J W EtMORK Caahr J a ETTBANKS Vice Prest B L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOXAS Asst Caihr The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED It is the aim of this iMtitutkm to seat reasonable n quiresteat of the public of Bator Xqjaieed with Tie latest ItrjIirPrHf Y ui officered and counseled by a directorate whose iategnty and ba ness experience are too to seed KeBtJoBiB we offer courteous safe aaff obUgiBg PraBttBg these three we invite personal interviews or conetfoa eaKe loonc to tk establishing OfrfmCUitte are fBrticmlax iy adapted to handling anaers paper For the custody of your Talnablef secure oae ef owr Safety Deposit Box They salt be iee to be apfredaUd DI1GTOB8 Ky every a TaI SIll well known BL Lencatat r treats st s HBJSOI tL aiLw G GOocII basks Lkls- L L Perkin J C HeBipblll HVBeiyB TI La il 4r C Kati g V v v x5 5 xSS3v N- vW1CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been ia use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his Allow no one todeceive youinthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgocd 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 Oil Pare goric 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 JMarrlioea 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 The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CUtTAUH 77 HURRAY mlMLCT fiCW CITY 0 per- SOnal supervision since its infancy p Drops VI a COY YORK S IMBEDDING WIRES Waxing the Wires with a Brush and Spoon Combined When full sheets of foundation are used in wired frames it is always de siable to put the frames in use soon after the imbedding is done or the wires are likely to cleave away from the sheet of foundation and this is especially likely to occur when such frames of foundation are hauled to outyards As the spur wireimbedder comes so near to cutting the sheet of founda tion in two we have in the past found it better to use the old Easter day rocker wireimbedder to avoid oc casional trouble from the sheets breaking or pulling apart where the imbedding had been done Now we find it safe to use the spur imbedder and the sheet of foundation never pull apart at the wires It is now our practice to wax the wires in place after imbedding them into the sheet of foundation This in i will poJt- i I I Brush and Spoon cures that they will stay imbedded whether used this year or next aids in preventing sagging along the wires making that line usually the the strongest place in the sheet of foundation Frames with sheets of foundation so prepared are good for hauling to outyards and over bad roads Our older methods of waxing the wires in place were faulty With a brush the brush would not carry enough wax with a sharpnosed tin zpoon with a small notch in the end it was difficult to follow the wire and to regulate the flow of wax During the spring of 1906 writes E F in Bee Culture Mr H E Crow ther and myself originated the plan of combining the spoon and brush as il lustrated herewith The sheet of foundation with wires imbedded should be supported on a clant then with the combined spoon and brush it is an easy matter to wax the wires in place easy to follow the easy to regulate the flow of and the spoon easily carries enough wax to finish one or more wires without stopping to dip again Dont imagine that an exceedingly light coating of wax is required neither should it be used lavishly This little tool is easily made and should be on the list of supplies Per liaps the brush can be combined with waxtube though we prefer the spoon as shown Fig 1 shows the complete spoon sad brush combined ready for use Hg 2 shows the brush and the spoon I The spoon without the brush is the simplest tool to use when we want Ho attach either starters or full sheets of foundation to plain topbars It is the Onderdonk spoon as described te the American Bee Journal years ago It is also perhaps the best tool ite Bse when we fill sections with foundation fastened on or four sides a plan that I discarded after years of trial and experiment x CLEAN WATER VESSEL- Si Net Contaminate Flock by U j clean Dittos Water troughs or fountains that caa easily be cleaned are the only kfedthat should be used Ia the pool try yard Wooden troughs oftem be come slimy especially ia warm weath jr tho h th water im that ajpwn Waxer weakest especially waX partsthe three I f ITT 7 h ri At- water wIres pointed I clear ana CleAn A broom and soapsuds should be used on such troughs afterwards rinsing thoroughly in clean water If this task is attended to once a week and the receptacles filled with fresh water every morning the hens will be amply supplied with all the fresh water they need if it is kept out of the sun If ducks are kept wooden troughs will be found the most convenient and in using these slats of lath should be nailed across the top to prevent the ducks wallowing in the water it filthy and a creating a sloppy muddy place in the yard To Get Eggs Among other things it takes lime protein and fatproducing materials to produce eggs and keep the hens in flesh It is estimatetd that a bushel of cora will feed 1GO hens one day but it contains only lime and protein enough to make 32 eggs while it has fatforming elements enough for two days feed for 160 hens This shows the necessity of having a variety of feed in which there is more lime and protein Is it any wonder hens do not lay in the winter when they are fed nothing but corn Be Regular Because sheep are easily cared for do not neglect to salt and water them regularly This is an absolute if you wish to keep the flock in the most healthy condition KNOW THEM BY THEIR WORKS Who lives in yonder mansion with the tall white columns That is the home of Trashleigh You have heard of Trashleigh of courseHe is a book publisher He puts out all these books that have pictures of pretty girls on the kind you know that deal with New York society or are about princesses who elope with young American They say he has cleaned up something like 1000000 during the last five years Well he certainly has a fine place A prince might well be proud of What a pity It is that somebody doesnt buy the poor little shanty next to it and put up a fine residence thereYes It would be a big if that were done That is the home of another publisher Horatius PrestonPreston I never heard of him No he doesnt amount to much He makes a specialty of literature and it isnt likely that he could afford to live in that poor little shack even if two of his daughters didnt help out by teaching school Chicago Record Herald PLOWING DEEP OR SHALLOW Much Depends on the Kind of Crop to Be Grown I Plow deep in the fall and shallow in the spring is the advice of an Iowa professor of agriculture We would amend this by suggesting that the crop you expect to raise on the land has something to do with it as does also the length of to elapse the crop is sown or planted Plowing deep for wheat is all right if the plowing is done in time so the soil will settle before seeding but he who plows deep one week and drills in his wheat the next is courting failure For English bluegrass timothy or any such crop it is a detriment to plow very deep We have found this out through sad and costly experience Deep plowing furnishes too loose a seed bed for any of this stuff and it is a hundred times more apt to dry out or freeze out before the winter is over Like a good many rules the one to deep plowing in the fall should be practiced only after a full and careful consideration of the field to be plowed and the crop to be sown LowHeaded Trees Apples grown on lowheaded trees can be picked at onethird the cost than from highheaded trees Besides lowheaded trees are less exposed to high winds which is a great consid eration to the protection of both the fruit on the tree and the tree as well from wiadctonM rendering necessity 1 coversthe diplomats it Improvement tim before t i ft 0 I S referring SKIM MILK FOR HENS High Percentage of Eggs Shown by Hens on This Diet Concerning the value of skim milk for hens the American Poultry has the following to say The West Virginia experiment sta tion has recently made some syste matic tests to prove the value of skim milk for laying hens The first test covered 122 days The 22 hens fed skim milk laid 1244 eggs as compared with 996 eggs laid by the 22 hens fed mash wet with water In another test 60 hens fed the skimmilk ration laid 862 eggs in 37 days as compared with 632 eggs laid by a similar lot fed no skim milk Other tests gave about the same comparative results The conductors of these experiments estimate that under the prevailing conditions and with eggs selling for 20 or 25 cents a dozen the skim milk used for moistening the mash had a feeding value of from 1 to 2 cents per quart That milk is one of the best general foods for almost all stock and human beings too is recognized by everybody and needs no special proof That it should have better in nutrition than just plain water is really selfevident When I feed skim milk to my fowls I expect to get some benefit from it But it is a satisfaction to know that it is worth for feeding purposes the comparatively high figure cf 1 to 2 cents a quart The exceedingly high prices of corn will cut out any profit from the pig feeding at present prices of pork Shelled corn is worth at wholesale about 60 cents a bushel of 56 pounds in Chicago It takes 56 pounds to make 10 pounds of pork The corn is worth 60 cents and the pork at 6 cents a hundred live weight is worth 65 cents much profit in that SIZE OF POULTRY Much Can Be Done By Breeding to Increase or Decrease Size The size of poultry varies and may be made to vary still more The pos sibilities of variation in this respect are beyond the experience of any It is possible that poultry can be made to vary as greatly in size as do canines among which are found some no larger than rats and others as big as calvesThe question for the farmer to is what is the most profitable size for him to keep In the matter of hens where they are to be used for setting it is easy to get them too large One poultry raiser has had a great deal of trouble with his Rocks some of which are ex cessively large He sets some of them every year and the large ones break most of the eggs on which they are placed while the medium ones sel dom break an egg For eating purposes some of the fowls are now being grown to great size especially in the case of turkeys where specimens are every year sold that weigh above 40 pounds Weights of 60 pounds and excess are recorded but we have not reached the point yet where that weight is common FEEDING TROUGH FOR POULTRY One Which Will Prevent the Mussing of the Feed A correspondent of the Prairie farmer has hit upon an idea for a poultry trough for the poultry f I AdvO- cate results Nyt settle Plymouth mak- Ing Feed Trough Open and Closed which he says insures the fowls from mussing the feed A good idea is in the accompanying illustra tion An ordinary deep trough is made with a cover hinge in the top as shown FATTENING CHICKENS One Man Finds It Pays to Let the Farmers Fatten the Birds At the meeting of the Western Poultry association at Guelph Mr Adam Armstrong of Fergus told of his experience in crate fattening chicks The first season he had 100 fattening croops each having a ca pacity of 20 birds made At the end of the season he was behind 100 and the cost of the coops Then he of the plan of letting the farmers have the coops and do the fattening themselves This has worked so well that though he sold the first coops he proposes to have more built which he will let out among the farmers for nothing He says he usually pays seven cents a pound for unfattened and and nine cents a pound for fat tened chickens Chickens make best gain when put in the coops at three to four pounds weight and should two pounds or more on five wegks feeding A Sure Proof They say Mrs Youngwed across the way has the most extraordinary powers of persuasion Yes Ive known her to keep a girl a week at a time Baltimore The Explanation 1 wonder why the snakes a man sees when hes been drinking multiply so fast I suppose because the kind of snakes he sees are adders Balti more American About Money In lIeu of money it is to be noted that clearing house certificates will also speed the vare Detroit Pies Fret furnished Ontario thought American fZ t f Increase I z 1 Heard in a Ocuaoir By the way said the curling iron to the sachet bag where are you Why are you going see the shirtwaist box Cleve land Journal Poems to Burn you ordered your fall poetry yet Poet Then Ill furnish you several tons of excellent poems for four a ton Youll find it much cheap er than Free Press 1907 was a greatyear for Everybodys Magazine in business and in circula editorially The magazine produced some of the best articles of the yearbig human fact stories which concerned the whole country As to published several of the best stories that appeared in 1907 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c ascertain our opinion Invention is probably Communica tions strictly HANDBOOK on Patents sent free Oldest for securing patents Patents taken through Jluim Co receive notice without charge In the Scientific A illustrated weekly largest cir culation of Terms 3 a year four months by all newsdealers New York Anuicb Office 625 F SU Washington D C NOTABLE Of Special Value to Many Here in This Town One of the most notable discoveries and one that undoubtedly appeals more than to in this the combination of stomach remedies in the Miona treatment This prescription has worked wonders and there is now no excuse for suffering with or weak stomach- It acts specifically upon the muscles of the stomach and strengthening and stimulating them so take care of the food that is eaten It also increases the flow of gastric juices thus getting from the food the for health and energyThe of indigestion are such as distress after heartburn sick headaches dizzi ness and irritability These are all by a of Miona when the is recent but as surely in long standing and chronic cases the is followed for a reasonable length of timeSo are the good effects the use of Miona that the remedy is sold under an absolute guarantee to re fund the if it should fail to cure Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist Public Sale As administrator of the estate of Henderson Green deceased I will at his late residence on the Cartersville Turnpike road known as the Copper Creek road about two miles north of Cartersville in Garrard county Ken tucky on WEDNESDAY Jan 29th 1908 commencing at ten oclock sell to the highest and best bidder on terms stated all the personal proper 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 sow farming implements household and kitchen fuiniture about 125 bbls of corn more or less in the crib 4 stacks of hay 200 shocks fcdder all personal property left by said Hender son Green not set apart to the widow TERMS All sums under 10 cash payable before the property purchased is removed from the premises All sums of 10 and on credit of six months bankable notes to be given with good surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid at the rate of six per cent per annum to be exe cuted before the property is removed from the premises- 2t John Green Administrator I The undersignea hereby give 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 going tonightTo PoetHave EditorNo dollars coalDetroit tionalso fictionEverybodys f Jlmtri an rOd MUNN Co36lBroadway nourishment necessary numerous flatulence dispelled following upwards warn- Ing there- To Anyone sending a sketch and description nay an t MEIMCALDISCO VERY anything treatment hereinafter POST ED W S Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G J W Sweeney J D Nave H C Arnold Anderson Mrs P D Gill W J Gillispie W T Worrel John A Sanders B L Burton B C Boian W R Cook STATE NORMAlf To any young man expecting to at the Eastern Kentucky State School Richmond Ky Write to 1 B Boothe Pres Y Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make for meeting you at the train and you suitable boarding place You can then come to the office President who will assist you in mak lug out your Course ot Study Normal MO- A finding ofthe tt r rriJJ arrangements Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAISD CIRCUIT COUItT Elijah Evans Pill vs Lemon Evans Deft fly virtue of a judgment of the Gar rant Circuit Court rendeied 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 3i and 2 1 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 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 K li W 4 8 chains N 281 E 290 chains U 6i 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 8li E 1GC chains N 86i 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 chains to a stake and fence post corner to said Teater and to Wm Teater thence with said Wm Teater up a drain N G4i 317 chains S 7H W420 chains to a locust in said drain N W 328 chains N W 151 chains N 69 W 3 25 chains to the of Poor Ridge Pike thence with line of said pike N 12 E 272 chains N 1H 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 chains S W 905 chains N 84J W 13 65 chains S 601 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 121 E 1 87 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 downsaid drain with said Raney N 52 W 22 links N 83 W 1575 chains to the middle of Sugar Creek corner to said Raney thence up and with middle of said creek S 8 W 3 62 chains S 39 W 9 61 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 8 65 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 631 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 wat er gap in line to said Furd and corner to Newton Grow thence still up said branch and with line of said Grow S 77J E 269 chains S 87 E 133 chains S 69f 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 831 E 175 chains N 65 E 6 50 chains E chains N E 189 chains S 88 chains N 73 E 520 chains S 67 E 495 chains N E 4 chains S 87 E 6 chains to the beginning 18085 acres Said land will be sold by the acre and only so much of said land will be sold as will satisfy plaintiffs debt inter est and cost to day of sale this sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of 5lcOOO which is plaintiffs debt 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 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 J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court This January 8 1908 R H Tonalinson Atty for Pill 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 publishers the privilege of sending their papers through the mails after any subscrib ers 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 sayso 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 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 Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys poInt to weak Nerves The Kidneys like and the Stomach find their weakness not in the organ Itself but in the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative is medicine prepared to reach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone Is futile It to a waste of and of money a well If your heck aches or Is weak if the miss scalds dark andstronffifyou havo symptoms of Brights or other distressing or dangerous kid ney disease try Dr Shoops Bestorative a month Tablets or Liquid and see what it can and wfll doforyou Druggist recommend aad sell Dr Shoops R E MCROBERTS j I 216 W 83 55 mId- dle 5 G3 55 28 73 161 53 E 450 60 containing per cent money Department subscribers weeka the Heart time Restorati S PILES get JaMKirtc rdkf firea ksMIutw1r FOR TAXESBy virtue of state and county taxes due and unpaid by the following taxpayers of Garrard countv for year 1907 as per tax warrant in mj hands issued by the county clerk of said county I C A Arnold sheriff of Garrard county Ky will on MONDAY Jan 27 1908 being the first day of January Term of the Garrard countv court before the court house door in Lancaster Ky 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 delinquent or so much thereof as will pay said taxes The amount set opposite each name includes the amount of said tax es penalty interests costs etc As scon as the taxes are paid then names will disappear from this list C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard county Ky This Dee 27 1907 DISTRICT 1 LANCASTER WHITE Cunningham Mary 1 lot 13 GO Harris Dove B 1 town lot 20 75 Mahoney James 1 town lot 9 40 Raney John 2 acres Sharp Abe N R 8 town lots 46 85 DISTRICT No 1 COLORED Anderson Elias 1 town lot 4 10 Burdett Jim 1 acre 7 20 Burdett Bob 7 acres 6 35 Cooper Geo 1 town lot 5 25 Leavell Geo 1 town lot 4 70 Spillman Bill 1 town lot 5 85 Salter Heirs 1 town lot 355 Warren Jess 1 lot 5 80 DISTRICT No 2 BRYAJJTSVILLK WHITE Brown Mary C 5 acres 405 Hughes L B 10 acres 6 90 Rice Joe 300 acres 52 45 Stoue Margaret 84 acres 11 DO DISTRICT No 2 COLORED Britton Leon acres 2 95 Cochran Frank and Bill 3 acres 6 40 Smith Ben 1 town lot Tucker York 5 75 DISTRICT No 3 BUCKEYE WHITE Bolton Thomas 2 acres 5 75 East Bros 28 acres Ray Mike 3 acres 735 DISTRICT No 3 COLORED Anderson Mary 5 acres 4 05 Horton Zeph 12 acres 8 10 Leavell Alice 25 acres 6 70 Leavell Finn 7 acres 8 10 Lear Ed 5 acres Milter Alex 3 acres 5 15 DISTRICT No 4 PAINT LICK WHITE Adams Otis N R 3 acres 5 20 Almy S W N acres 7 45 Brock Carlo 50 acres C90 Brock Carr 50 acres Cooley Sallie 20 acres 4 05 Holland Ike 77 acres 8 60 Lear Joe 6 acres 5 15 136 acres 295 McCullum Heirs 47 acres 2 95 PulIinsMason N R 45i acres 29 75 Ross Arch N R 13 acres 1 95 Rogers W P 22 acres 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 Henry 5 15 Beazley Geo 4 acres Faulconer Edith N R 35 acres 6 90 Goodloe Margaret 1 lot 4 15 Goodloe Don 7 00 Harris 5 20 Hicks acre 3 95 Lackey Green heirs 1 acre 3 45 Lackey Mary 1 acre 345 Leavell Thompson li acres 6 35 Miller Martha 235 Mitchell Nag 1 acre 2 35 Slavin Amanda 2 acres 3 45 Spillman Carrie 1 acre 4 65 C A ARNOLD S G C All The News Local State National will be found in the Central the Cfluinati Weekly Euiirer We furnish both one year for only Leave or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky Sheriffs Sale No 5 40 town 9 4 0 1 acre 18 85 5 25 R400 4 90 Muter J T N R 9 20 1 acre 9 20 1 lot Will 2 acres Oscar 1 acre AND Recorda- nd 150 delinquent 1 PILES get ia fmmf fm Irssri WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No j medicine can do more was GIVE W TIME Evansville Foroverfiv years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections whichcaused memuch pain and worry I lost flesh and wasall run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me so good and I waspractfcally to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended ind the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I warn entirely cured TWO Sic AID SLMl C C J E Stormes BETTER THAN MEDICINE Breathe Hyomeis Tonic Healing and be Cured of Catarrh Xature has a remedy for catarrh a treatment that is far than dosing the stomach with medicine It is the healing oils and balsams of Ilyomei which medicate the air voit breathe reaeFiihjc the most tflLs in tile nose throat and killing all catarrlial germs and restoring health to the mucous membrane la using Hyoinei you are treating your ctitarrluil troubles with the only natural remedy for it gives a curative air hath to the air passages that lias as powerful health anti antiseptic effect as that found in the mountains where the pine forests give off their fragrant anil healinjc balsams Breathe the invigorating lUll healinic Ilyomei and see how will get relief from catarrhal troubles Druggists have seen so many cures even of tin worst catSofcatarrh offensive breath raising of mucous frequent sneez lug droppings in the throat coughing that they feet warranted sellins Hvoniei under an absolute guaran tee to refund the money if it does not do all that claimed for it take all the risk Sold anti guaranteed by R E McRoberts Feet Swelled From Frightful Eczema D D D Prescript This Letter Fnm FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE BLADDERDISEASE 1204 N vtrgini lad writes lID IllIEClrrmn IT ttcr remote antIspasmodic i Issid S L St SIZES air lungs von your They Isi WisrIkesssesd I b a 3 Colombo Ohio C Geattemen For several I wasasaflterer from Eczema the affliction affecting myhoods swollen that I coulfi not wear my shoes whila the constant itching of the eruption oa my hands and arms became almost unbearable Upon the recommendation of another sack sufferer as ayself I DDRand it rave me immediate relief I have BOW rally recovered from my ailment give D IX IX the credit for affecting what ia to KC Trulyyours GUY J GOBLS Dont be fooTed into thinking that skis troubles comes front blood impurities dont ruia your stomach with purges sad Eczema and allskm dis eases are caused by littlegerms that attack the skin externally lolls these germs aad leaves the dear soft aad healthy Its work seems almost miraculous If yoa are skeptical go to th4 druggist whose arae appears hefow ad ha will show yea pirates aad pmnfa poaitfra that D D D will actually OK ay a lg J For ale by R 3 McRobeiU NOT arms and At times my feet beU1 the 1168 of and I sad bloodremedies all feet becaaiest aatniy friends amarvelous cure D DD Prescripties ski ski