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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sr arssars iraazt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 31 1908 TilE CENTRAL RECORD Your Account Is Past DuePLEASE CALL AT ONCE and SETTLE H T Logan COMING NEW Goods In complying with the demands of our customers for high grade merchandise we have made every effort to secure some of the best brands of in this country These lines were bought early thus enabling us to get choice merchandise from the different factories We will be able to show you in a short time some of the very latest styles for Spring and Summer wear Recognize These Brands t s t I SOON I I SpringI I Clog Sloes and Guts PnrnishinsI jl 4II I I Peck Clothing Made in Syracuse N Y the clothes without a fault Best 350 Shoe in the world W L Douglas stylish Johnson Murphy the king of high grade shoes for Ettlingers famous Knee Suits for Boys amen WichertGardrier Patrician Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children Wilson Bros Town Made Shirts Oar entire stock is in keeping with above mentioned brands and we stamp our name on every sale for quality We invite your personal inspection of these ew Spring goods which will begim to arrive and be on our in the next few days displayat 1 store Jim Smith 7 t HH rc L7- k Pftft0 rt t J g Local Items M Tinder has organized Bible training class of 35 which pro sesses much in its line Eld F M Tinder will preach at New second Sunday in Fet raary instead of the first This office will mall statements to all delinquent subscribers in a few days Please remit at once and save us that much extra and needless ex pense Prof B C Dewerse who is filling the pulpit in the Christian church at Dan yule for Rev Garrison will preach for Eld Tinder next Sunday as he is going to Danville to preach a special sermon on young peoples work The home of Wm Woods on Lexing ton street was completely gutted by fire Friday night It was discovered about six oclock and required heroic efforts to subdue The home was ad joining the Greenleaf shop The loss of Mr Woods was very severe Protracted Meeting The Christian Church of this city has engaged the noted evangelist J L Brandt of St Louis Mo to begin a series of meeting about the last week in September He recently conducted a meeting at Owensboro with 250 ad ditions Sale Master Commissioner J M Rothwell sold on Monday Lemon Evans farm near Kentucky River containing 180 acres to Dr Evans at 24 per acre Fair The Lancaster Fair will be held on July 29 30 and 31 and everything will be done to make it as it always has been one of the most attractive of the long list of county fairs Open Session The Christian Endeavor of Pleasant Grove will have an open session on the first Sunday in February at 2 oclock Everybody is cordially invited to attend Police Court Judge E W Harris has imposed several fines for breach of the peace and has proved to the transgressor that his mill is in good condition to grind out justice Work This Why is a steak from a beef or boa worth the same when the animal costs 4 than it is when the animal costs 6 cents and why is a sack of flour worth the same regardless of the price of wheat Appointment for Walker Gov Wilson has appointed Lewis L Walker of Lancaster trustee of the State College of Kentucky from the Eighth district to succeed Judge W C Bell of Harrodsburg whose time had expired Prosperity Business is looking up again and prices for farm products will be high It is hoped that good citizens from other counties will continue to seek homes in our county and take advan tage of our superior agricultural facilities County Court About an average crowd was in town Monday and business was fairly brisk Capt Am Bpuone reports sales as follows Mules 115 to 150 plug horses 20 to sow and pigs 15 and a few cattle at to 4 cents Notice Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist church next Saturday and Sunday The official Board Is to be present for Quarterly Conference at 11 oclock Saturday Preaching Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night All are invited to Editor Landram III Editor Louis Landram who has been seriously ill at the home of his brother inlaw Judge R A Burnside for the past week is much improved and will probably return to work today He had a serious case of grippe bordering on pneumonia In his absence Judge M D Hughes has been on the tripod Hon Willard Mitchell Dead Hon Willard Mitchell of the most prominent and popular politicians In Kentucky died at his home in Nicholasville Wednesday after a brief illness Mr Mitchell had many friends In Garrard who deeply deplore his death He was a of Mrs Jno E Stormee of this city Drastric Bill Senator Brown of Gallatln has the most important Sill of the session of the Kentucky It provides that no one shall grow a crop of tobacco in 1908 without securing a license so from the county clerk and the license fee to be 50 per acre for each acre grown If bill passes it will absolutely in no tobacco will be grown this year Remember the U S Govt has decided to take a hand in t the matter of newspaper scribers who refuse to pay Eld F a AntIoch the centS 160 3 Democratic Legislature to do sub d requested attend 0 one near relative introduced first this aura y r Look Out Dogs have killed several sheep for James and Robert Clark and the dogs have been traced to this city We favor a repeal of the present dog law and favor a law requiring the owner of of dog to pay for the sheep killed and if he is not able to do so require him to work out the value of the loss Where the dog is generally found should be regarded as the owner of the dog Senatorial Race Without discussing the merits of the dead lock in the legislature at Frankfort it teaches an important lesson that corruption in politics has seen its day Manv favor a regulation party made up of good men from all parties to stand guard at the polls and defeat any party that indulges in illegal or corrupt means This would certainly be a sure cure for the evil Dairy Meeting An enthusiastic meeting of a num ber of the farmers of the county was held court day at the office of G B Swinebroad Mgr of the Creamery and the questions of improving the dairy herds in the county and of get ting more cows into the County were discussed From this meeting it seems that the farmers are well pleased with the creamery and that dairy business will become a thriving industry in Garrard county A Good Plan Dr E Evans has deposited to the credit of his grand son Bascom Ford 110000 at the Garrard Bank Trust Co as per promise made that some years ago if he would from the use of ardent spirits un til he was 21 years of age We under stand that doctor has made a like promise under same conditions to his 10 grand children and says he would rather die in poor house than to fail to comply with this promise in any party cular as he thinks that if by this means he can encourage them in abstain ing until that age they may then see for tbemselyes the benefit they have derived from following his advise and example Night Riders Tne destruction of life and property in other sections of the state by night riders is horrible to contemplate While it is true that they are aiming to keep the tobacco out of the hands of the trusts which have grown rich by forcing the farmer to take half price for his tobacco and while it is true that when a man pools his he should abide by his action it is nevertheless true that the methods employed are destructive of all govern ment and good society The remedy is worse than the disease and we do not believe that the promoters and leaders of the Society of Equity or any other organization approve such methods Let us hope that the mat ter will be amicably settled and that no reason will ever exist for the visita tion of such calamities on our people or the people of any other section Thirty Feet Higher Surveyors and civil engineers have been at work for about two weeks mapping out the best route and plans for the building of the new bridge over Kentucky river says the Har rodsburg Herald The new survey is through the Curd farm on the Jessa mine side so as to avoid the tunnel on the present read striking the river frontage on the hill about onehundred feet nearer Dix River than the present high bridge This throws the Cincin nati Southern track in a straight line doing away with the curving along the river It is rumored that the new bridge will be 30 feet higher from its foundation than the old High bridge and that work will begin in sixty days Meantime High bridge is being thro ughly overhauled new ties are being put and all repairing necessary is In progress Obituary Miss Hooeywood Huffman who was born in this city but who has lived with her mother Mrs Osee Huffman in Louisville for several years died in that city on Monday night after a lingering illness Her remains were brought here and buried in Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday afternoon after appropriate services by Eld F M Tin der Sweet music was dispensed and her grave was literally covered with beautiful flowers The crowd in atten dance showed how well this noble young lady had been remembered in her old home She was affable highly intelligent and possessed of all the traits of superior womanhood Her father John J Huffman djed in this city 20 years ago Her mother is a daughter of Robert and Polly Elkin Mr and Mrs R H YouBgi Mrs Huff man two sisters and a niece of the de ceased came from Louisville with the remains Notice There will be a meeting of stock holders of Lake Placid fishing club on Monday February 3rd at 2 30 P M at Police Court room for the election of officers and other business all mem hers are requested to be present- J M Rothwell Pres r Secty A pair of spectacles gold frame in leather case Owner can get tion by payi ffor I I I I I I gentlemen I I I I tobacco I I I I abstain P Friable fwad inform this notion a mm4 Vulcan And Chattanooga Plow Points Collars Pads Trace Chains Back Bands HASELDEN BROS Im 5 tti- 1 1iIJ Iii m pLOT J J43etzk Arterial art Cavity Eotatei Office on Danville Street I I I IIIDBRTAKBR FULL LINT OP CASKETS AND BURIAL BOARS ALWAYS IS STOCK Announcement We call your especial attention to our im mense line of and Laces which have just been received We UTe the handsomest and most complete lines ever down in Central Kentucky and defy any competitor to meet our prices or equal the stock Note Beginning February ist 1908 we will giving premium dishes and chiaa fmt ead we will give to every customer holding 1000 wortk of tickets 25C in trade This means oa any article in our store below the specified amount Aay customer now holding our premium tickets may call at o r store amd we will gladly redeem them with either ofthe two articles named above Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporated 1 1 3pecial Ham urgs discontinue 0 r 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 anyjof 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 bet BANKS HUDSON ftW1IiJMNIft IFIELD I I I UWtrAnWYt A 11 WALKEB PresIdent DENTIST Once over Herndoaa jewelry store I IJ J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISM SURPLUS fIM B F HUDSOK Cashier W O BIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders I I t THE National Bank Of Lancaster Sirplis 10000 A R DEBBY President J E STORMES Vice Pnst S C DEBBY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L GilL Capital 50000 I for RentSafctyDciositBoxes Ye Solicit Your Business B L Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II I II Weeds We offer you fair with every that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment 4 accommodation CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 J 8 BURROWS J B WOODS EL WOODS 1 x COY B L ARNOLD B o W C FISH DIBWr0RBt GUYN Our Customers are Fully by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance AttentionIcan insure your or Baled Hay Is Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency Protected armers Tobacco Grain fRE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Phone No 31 Besideriee No 7 MKD017C1y IJtxRXJUKI i T J HOOD 1rlyAcCount5 leltle r DENTIST Office at residence Danville stI mm were due January ist Please bear in mind and callat the FURNITURE STORE and settle prompt ly and oblige Your friend I I Ic 6R B M1 r 1 fJ fi T a CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky January 31 1908 50000 WORTH Of Hemp Purchased In This County By Garrard Parties The Kentucky Register R M West Co of Lancaster have purchas ed from Madison parties an immense quantity of hemp embracing the crop of the county This embraces in the main the hemp raised last by Messrs J B Walker H B Han ger T S Burnam James McKinney House and Turley and other farmers The price paid ranged from 6 to 6 cents per pound short hundreds and will put into circulation in this county between 45000 to 50000 This im mense hemp crop is being stored at the various warehouses near the L N station and cash is being paid on de IIverance of the staple Carnagle To Give 200000 To Berea Andrew Carnegie has announced that he would give 4200000 to Berea College at Berea Ky subject to condi Lion that the college raise a like amount to make the sum that Presi dent William Goodell Frost deems necessary if the institution is to its work among both the whites and negroes of the mountains of Kentucky 1000 Hogsheads To Independent One thousand hogsheads of tobacco were sold at Winchester by the Tobacco Society to an indepen dent buyer whose name is withheld Saturday This is in addition to 300 hogsheads sold earlier in the week and all was sold at equity prices A strenuous campaign has been in inaug urated to secure 100000 acres of the present crop pledged to raise no crop in 1908 About 65000 acres have been pledged to date BEUNA VISTA Miss Ora Poor has been with rela tives in Nicholasville Virgil Scott has rented 32 acres of turn land from A T Scott Miss Florence Christopher will visit relatives in Lexington this week Miss Margaret Robinson is the guest of her sister Mrs Spilman of Harrods burgMiss Ida Scott leaves Friday for a three weeks visit to her aunt in Lex ingtonMrs Sue Dickerson and daughter Mrs Vans were recent visitors at Mrs John Johnson Postmaster A D Scott has moved the postofflce to the building opposite tbe former office Miss Jennie Skinner leaves this week to enter the Eastern Normal College at Richmond Miss Virginia King will go the last of the week for a visit to friends and relatives near Nicholasvllle I have Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seed Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson- H C Spoonamore former salesman for Nertzel at Wilmore has accepted a similar position with A T Scott Mr Ed Ballard and wife of Stanford spent a few days of last week with the latters parents Mr and Mis J J Poor In the absence of the pastor Rev Ross Rev Short a student at Asburg College filled the pulpit at Mt Olivet Sunday 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 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 Advertise extensive ly See us at once Hughes Swine broad Real Estate Agts Lancaster Ky Easy To Mix This What will appear very interest ing to many people here is the article taken from a York daily paper giving a simple prescription as formula noted authority who claims that he has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or or bladder derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound one Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each and again at K A wellknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this stated that the ingredients are ill harmless and can be obtain ed at a small cost at any good prescrip tion pharmacy or the mixture would be up if asked to do so He further that while this prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results be could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles Opportunities wear rubber shoes Piety used ai a pull soon gets frayed OUt V r t t season carry- on I American I I I I I 2t I I I r I ed by a kidney t r ounce Shake bedtime iiiii entire i New argon meal prescription stated 1 S F y Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or a cold when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr Kings New Discov ery says C 0 Eldridge of Empire Ga I have used New Discovery seven years and 1 know it is the best on earth for coughs and colds croup and all tinoat 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 1 00 Trial bottle free 1m BOURNE J T Turner sold eleven shoats to V A Lear at 31 cts per lb Mr George W Sherrow is reported quite ill of pneumonia D W Marsee of Marksbury was a visitor hers Sunday Wm Duncan sold a bunch of nice shoats to V A Lear at 31 cts Miss Emma Oliver of Mercer has been visiting her cousin Mrs Job Mar seeMrs F W Montgomery spent a part of last week with relatives at Kirks villeOtho Montgomery and Jack Dunn Jr were in Lexington several days last weekFrank Clark delivered several loads of tobacco at Nicholasville at 10 and ctsMr Raines left Tuesday for Indianapolis where he has accepted a positionMr Marsee of Lancaster visit ed relatives and attended preaching here Sunday Mr Wm Christopher of Buena Vista was a visitor of Mr Thos Turner and family last Friday Misses Mabel and Lula Crutchfield of Stone were guests of friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Nelson Marsee and handsome bride of Marksbury were with rela tives here Saturday and Sunday- I have Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seea Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson The Pure Food Law Secretary Wilson says One of the objects of the law is to inform the of the presonce The law that the amount of chloroform i opium morphine and other habit 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 best in use fOr coughs and colds Its value has been proven beyond question the many years it has been in general use For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m BUCKEYE Mr and Mrs Bob Long has christned thier baby girl Francis Ray Gilbert Mr Hirm Ray sold to PendletonBros two pairs of mules for 445 Mrs Thomas Hill and daughter was the guest of Mrs A Bogie Thursday Mrs Richard Burton was the guest of her parents near Cottonsburg Fri dayMiss Myrtle Hendren is the guest of Miss Helen Miles this weekMr and Mrs H Land spent the day very pleasently with Mr and Mrs H Ray Mondav Mr M Ray and Prjntus Walker are haying much success selling the latest pattent water filter Mr J P Long has returned home af ter several days visit with his son and daughter of this place JBBYANTSYILLE Mr J W Farlie was in Richmond last weekMr Solomon ChIlders has been on the sick list Mrs Sallie Leavell spent a few in London recently Miss Eliza Ison has been visiting in Nicholasville and Lexington Messrs R D Ballard and M F Rout were in Lexington last week Quite a number in this vicinity have Dn very sick with the measles Miss Bessie Boltpn of Hdrrodsburg has been visiting Miss Alta Boner Mr and Mrs W T Woolfolfc and daughter Miss Anna Lee of returned home Sunday after spending a few days with Mr W J Hogan Mr Hogan continues very ill RevT W Jackson pastor of the Epworth Methodist church of Leering ton came over Monday and spent a few days with Mrs W J Hogan Rev was formerly of the Methodist church here and friends who were very glad to see him again A Cure Misery 1 have found a for the misery malaria poison produces says B M Jarred ofLouellen Its called and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a of chills or a bilious attack in almost no ind it puts yellow jaundice put of commission great tonic icine and blcodpuriaergives quick re lief in ajl stomach and kidney complaints and the of lame Sold under guarantee at JtjJB McRoberls drugstore I r r medy 1 consumer requires during charming days Mrand paStor h many SC med tar 0 forming Lexington Jackson for r care Electric Bitters case time This liver misery back Game and Fish lion R D Hunter Representative in the General Assembly from Clark county has introduced in the Lower House of the General Assembly an act for the preservation propagation and protection of game and lisn This bill was prepared by J 0 Evans chief re presentative of the League of Ameri can Sportsmen in Kentucky The act provides for the creation a State Game and Fish Commission of five members to be appointed by the Governor for a term of four years who shall serve without compensation except necessary expenses when in actual service The office of the commission is to be kept in Frankfort and the general duty of the commission shall be to enforce the laws of the State for the protection and propagation of game animals game and harmless birds game and fish with power to seize and dispose or all game birds game animals and fish taken or killed in violation of the law and all guns seines nets or other instrumentalities used in taking or killing game or fish contrary to law Dont Take The Risk When you have bad cough or cold do not let it drag along until it be comes chronic bronchitis or delelops into an attack of pneumonia but give it the attention it deserves and get rid ot it Take Charaberlans 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 Frisbles Drug Store 1m STONE Mr Lem Teater has ten very sick children at this writing Sanders bought a lot of hogs from different parties at 255 Miss Pearl Sanders had a good buggy horse to die of pink eye last week Mr Kirby Teater bought from differ ent parties a lot of hogs at 3 75 and 415 Misses Mabel and Lula Crutchfield visited friends at Bourne last Saturday and Sunday Misses Linnie Preston and Alice Snyder visited Mrs Walter Fayne Sat urday night Mr Luther Brooks of Lexington was the guest of his aunt Mrs Mollie Fayne last week Miss Beatrice Sanders was the guest of her sister Mrs Sam Duncan of Bourne last week Mr Preston Snyder wife and baby of McCreary visited relatives at this place the first of last week Dairymen I bave some Millet Hay Will sell or exchange for other hay or Corn Banks Hudson Mrs John Hicks and children of this place visited Mrs Emma Posey of McCreary the last of last week Fern of Lexington will fill his regular appointment at Scotts Fork next Sunday and Sunday night Mrs Alice Crutcbfield and daughter Miss Mabel visited Mrs Lou Ray of Buckeye last Tuesday and Wednesday Messrs Kirby Teater Angle Sanders Tom Hicks wentto Louisville on the Falls City last week with their hogs and tobacco Lame Shoulder Cured Lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and quick ly yields to a of Pain Balm Mrs F H Me Elwee of Boislown 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 Frisbie 1m Whetting the practices dulls the principles When theStomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these 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 every where as Dr Snoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves Jbuild them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample on by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts Losing the templar is a sure way of finding trouble A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough And It is so thoroughly harm less and safe that Dr Snoop tells moth everywhere give it without tation even to very young The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure calms the cough and heals tbe sore tive orbnchial membranes No opium no chloroform notbing 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 Snoops Cough Cure R E McRoberts I I I I I ofi I a A T Rev G H and fewapplications 1M organs teSt sent request Cure ers I 8 Chamberlains heel babes and lens WjBHerndo8 Bea D Heradea AUotmeya At Law Lancaster Keataeky r HlNION i1EINI 2 lIIf t i su j t K 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 Oft 30c Steam Engines and Gasoline Engines Buggies Wagons Harness Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Trace Chains Hames Hame Straps and Strings Work Bridles BreechingBuggyWhips Binders Mowers Cutting Harrows Hemp Reapers Feed Cutters Separators W J ROMANS Settlement Time has arrived and we will be very glad If you wiII call and settle your account Please Do Not Put Off this matter as we need what is due us McRoberts Drug Store LillarcLs THE PLACE TO EAT 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Mock Turtle Soup Maderia loc Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef Au Jus Potatoes Stewed in Cream loc New Wax Beans ice Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream ioc Coffee roc Tea roc Buttermilk roc 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 wiRE I 11 III III I i I I II II It II II I I II I II l N V r e m I I I I e- I 19 r I J 13 iD7Illi mEItI17I12YF IiU12Kfl i Milk roc i w- KOKOMO FENCE iii i I II i Q Q Y p Q tQ I t i Q te e roc FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS ITHIUT UEEN ft ROUTECnSCENT Winter Tourist Tickets OB Ie fff fc 1st 17ft 6dtaotNa31y1MB frhfiraatfM ml bt f U A I G DIG C P ft T A 111 te St IEr ails r Dr kits CURE DE WITH DiscI KILLHCOUCH Nrr IFIICae a 1 aw fie tML C1E 4 The church needs men more than A man can be serious without being metap sour CASTORIAYer IdIda QiJinL- ne DIIY aa of i tie I 9Copyright by Hm Schaffner 5 Marx r goy The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of RacIne Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation eyer 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 drink it for Coffee Gill Simpson never fears care but lie flees from fret Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop 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 Bemedy Sold by R E McRoberts The itching palm tries to pass itself off a helping hand it Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Bucklens Ainica Salve It does the business Ibave used it for piles and it cured them Used it for chapped bands and it cured them Ap plied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 25c at B E McRoberts drug store 1m expertwere A Thestrong man Racine I costthe fOI minute unknowingly I 1 this scien S 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 on and stand by it And were not afraid to back to j the limit any thing that carries their label Theyre the I kind of clothes you want After You ve Bought Your White Elephant Store I satisfaction Batsons Personals Mrs John Ballard has recovered from her recent illness Mrs Ann Robinson is visiting re Paint Lick Miss Frankie Kauffman is visiting relatives in Uustonville Judge R A Burnside was at home this week for a few days Miss John Eva Hilton of Brodhead is visiting Mrs R H Batson Miss May Bodine of Bloomfield is the guest of Mrs S A Walker Miss Bettie Broaddus of Indiana is visiting Mrs Ross Lawson Miss Henrietta Arnold was at home from school this week for a few days Miss Luella Arnold of Indiana has been the guest of Miss Carrie Mrs E W Harris is in Deeson Miss visiiing her daughter Mrs William WalkerMiss Arnold has been visiting her aunt Mrs M H Fish of Crab OrchardMiss Hamilton of Middles boro is the guest of her mother Hamilton Mrs Bettie Landram is in thecountry visiting her sister Mrs lativcSin Sallie Anderson M- Ike rs How Many Bricks Have You Sent Away That sounds like a funny question addressed to every of this town and community but really a serious one Listen There is now just completed magnificent of red brick exterior and concrete interior right in the business heart of one of the biggest of American cities It a whole block and calls itself in a large lettered sign The Largest Monolithic Building In the World It has many floors with about a hundred acres of floor space The entrances are of solid marble The floors are beautifully tiled e citizen its occupies r building I Altogether it is a credit to the big city in which it stands Oh its a Jim Dandy Now how manybricks have you sent to the city to go into this big build ing Honest how many Of the hundreds of thousands of bricks put into the walls of this building the city where it stands has contributed not a single red brick people the people of Email towns and cities far away from the big have sent in the bricks for the of this splendid You may have sent in a few hods of bricks without mowing it Listen This magnifi cent structure which or naments a city you never see is of bricks bought with the dollars of people living in towns that would like to have some Country metropolis construction edifice yourself probably will yourself ourstowns i i t t l r I built new brick buildings themselvesnow and then Every dollar contributed to the city building means a nice hefty hod of bricks for this big beautiful largest in the world of its kind This building put up through the kind donations of their unknown country cousins by a firm that ran a small stdre in that few years ago But this firm cfcaceived the of having thou Bands of strangers contribute brims large new store And the building is a Nail Order Store See d s per as ci a cute to f r dea i t- f Thomas Arnold Miss Fannie Wilson who has been visiting her sister Mrs W B Gott has returned to her home Richmond Mr and Mrs T J Price gave an ele gent dinner the past week at their beautiful home on Richmond avenue Mrs Mary Frisbie and little daugh ter Gladys have returned from a visit to Mrs Horace Herndon of Paint Lick Miss Joe Helen Merritt of yule and Miss Callie Adams leave this week for a months visit to Ga Misses Clara Collier Lillie son Messrs Heath Willis of Crab Orchard and A D Offett of Lebanon were visitors here Sunday Misses Martha and Helen Gill the Embroidery Club the past week Miss Virginia Goodloe will be the hostess this week The many friends of Mr and Mrs J T Henry who recently moved from Point Leavell to this vicinity extend deepest sympathy on the death their infant who died last Saturday Mr Nelson Marsee and Miss Abbie Bourne were married last week in Jel Mrs Marsee Is the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs A M Bourne Mr Marsee is a very popular farmer Their many friends wish them much success and happiness in their new life Interior Journal Misses Ethel and Mayme Walter of Lancaster are relatives here Mr O P Newland of the East End is at Mrs Browns for the sick threatened with appendicitis Messrs F M Ware of McKinney and R H Batson of are also here for treatment 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 BE McRoberts 25c im QUALIFIED I Atlanta entertained Ilea Tenn Lancaster visiting retreat Lancaster drugstore I DULY f Thom c Proprietor of Dairy Have you had any experience in this business Applicant I used to work in a pump factory Fair Warning Theres aald and legions her name Whose antics somewhat the same Her looks are deceiving Her smile makebelieving Conquest and confusion her cam Though her face I exceedingly fair Young had beware The letters written Whilst more less smitten read to A Jury so there Chicago News Ever Distrustful Why didat you vote for my friend asked the politician Hea the moet man ia the state Thats the reasom answered arj er ConitoeseL I yet see a raaa that a pi leis popular who had much of a for rtal work Washington Star One Pheee ef Civilfifcatlefl What Kakee yon that tfce Indians to oar I4eag oi civiuiJitk rThe aMwerea Swater tier hw that to mtaj of them are taaxtoss t Tre Mive the ferem eatT tth6 t weekl WMUpctem Star a youve Shell l aveor for il s w are man you better popular sever hide business areca MPtlg selves fact caT fro y- A t Test Farmer Haycroft had just engaged man to help him through harvest time You havent asked me said the new hand whether or not I have ever had any experience as a hired man Ill know all about that growled Farmer Haycroft as soon as Ive seen you eat Chicago Tribune A Natural Indignation you mind returning- s the book you borrowed of me last winter borrowed it of me and hasnt returned it yet Did you ever see anything like the way some people act about a thing like that They have no sense of honor Life He Might Have Known They say Crimsons wife had her bathing suit on when he fell in love with her Well he might have known she couldnt go through life wearing that kind of a costume What lawyer has she engaged Chicago Record Herald Business Items I Buggy wagon harness very cheap 2t w J Romans I am agt for the famous plaster Sacket board Good as celling or ter cheaper than either tf H C Hamilton This day the firm of Northcott Hagan have desolved partnership L Hagan 2t Lancaster Ky Jan 8 1908 We shall endeavor to please you both in price and quality If our goods right your friends about If not tell us W H Ward Our stock is more complete than ever this year and we will appreciate a share of your patronage 2t W H Ward The Business College will be worthy much to the young people of this re k Every one possible should enter and prepare for good positions 2t I Wanted- A gentle combined horse or mare from four to six years old J F Robinson at National Bank of Lancaster For Sale Three or four old fashioned round and square post bed steads Mrs Pat tie Anderson t Watch our window display of Wards Leader 20cts coffee Call for Wards Leader in a blue package with his name and guarantee on each package Dont be persuade to take something just as good 2t Bring me those If you want all they are worth W H Ward I have about 70 barrels of corn in shuck Also 1 pair of 3yr old horse hands and 1 inch high sound and well broke Want to sell mules at once W H Ward Are Your Hens Mine Are 70 eggs New year day average of 75 first ten days of January If have not get some of my Barred Plymoth Rocks They won 1st 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1907 1 setting 75 2 settings settings 200 perlOO 3 00 per 1000 ii 25 00 Chicks lOcts each any number now ready Book orders what you want cash with orders Satisfaction Barred Rocks exclusively no no turkeys E Mote Phone in residence three miles on old Danville Pike Ialso sell Incubators Brooders chick Feed and Poultry Supplies tf Prot Lippard is pleased with the opeaiDg of the Lancaster Business College and the excellent quality of studeats entering There other who at once good positions Parents carit do better than to give song daughter a through buajaeei education It helps tbeoito larger socceas and to better than to f giye tbem money Now the oftporturii ty taat lone aid board aad travel expeaeei Sit Pro Lippard I I I a I NoddWould ToddSomeone and s f f comeup Ion 2t forsale mule about 15 Laying thol9ugh bred8t 1 25 ted duck Walton enter and t L J Final the pia you now for are man young people should prepare for their and door sitar n Kokomo Fence 30 cts per rod 2t W J Romans See our stoves j Haselde I have everything a farmer needs the way of plowing W J Romans Prof Lippard wants ambitious to enter the Business College Dont miss it 4tx Hand made harness at xfra prices Basemen Bros fNow is the time to get a cheap W J Romans Of coure you know Ward pays for eggs than any one Itmoney in your pocket to take there 2t Office for rent to Mrs Emma P Grant Danville street Want 100 veal calves Will pay market tf Hamilton In beginning a new year start in right direction by trading with W Ward 2t We are in a position to save monev on all kinds of building ma terial especially on doors windows furnishing material- tf Hamilton Magee Silk umbrella Was lost on Rich mond street Reward for return Central Record office You can get first class buggies bargains in order to make room my large Spring stock 2b Romans Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with the best coal and deliver orders promptly at lowest prices Adams Corder Phone 140 For Rent Residence on Danville street one mile from town Possession given immediately Mrs Ellen Poor tf 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 consentV S Leaven Having decided to reduce my to groceries and tinware I will for the next sixty days sell best prints 6Jc shoes clothing and notions at cost queensware at less than city CD Powell Silver knives folks and Bros Embroidery While your hand is in begin your Spring I call attention to my stamping and will appreciate your order Martha A Kendrick opposite Caldwell College Dan ille Buggy and 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 Lippard 2t The largest line of winter robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W Velocopedes an I chests HaseldrenBrog Pair gold glasses between and Lancaster en last Thursday Reward for return to Record office IK Dr Roeehany Oateaath Office at SIC Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Tues days Thursdays and Fridays of each Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments 1125tf Ekamlnatlene The examination for graduates from public schools will be at the ifficeof the County Friday and Saturday Jan 24 and tf For Safe 8 room dwelling 3room store house out buildings neverfailing tock scales 20 acidsgood gra land Rood repair on the pike isille rom church right at a good Apply ADuna Bourne Ky os ti in low buggy more means them price- t H C the H you and Lost to at lor- I J 1232m dissolved business 110 t tf workfor omens Loa treated the son 25th ill olIn IH0 J t students highest 3c W prices Ben tf Stanford a water allan neighborhood aA- If Copyright 1907 by T Marx IIHut Schaffner J It Mount Co Successors to Mount Elkin Headquarters for Vulcan Ploys sad Repairs 1 m II I I 1 Syracuse Bill Side Plows I ml and REPAIRS Lap Robes Marked Down Low J It Mount Co Sox Stationery Greatly Reduced PricesWe 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 II I oc I Special Sale ON H i Frisbies ISTORE DRUG B K McRoBKRTS Prest j w EEMOK Caahr- J C ETTBANKS PreaL B L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOXAS All t Caftfaz The Garrard Bank Trust Co EtCORPORATKD this iattltmtkm to awet cTtry reMOMbte re quirement of the public of a buktag Mime tmlaed With Tk latest lofftTel Bi ftMf Vart ui S officered and cooateled by directorate whose IiUgnty sad ba experience are too well known awtttoatafr we offer P osmieia these three we Invite pemmal Interview or correeaoadeace lookiBfr to the ofbosliweirelaMoag Ow fadlitfee are aerticmlar tj adapted to handling faraaera paper For the custody of youryaloabJea amore OM of our Safety DepotThey be be appreciated DIBsKTTORS H K Herndon H T Logaa- Ttios Oweaa j Haveti- eT A Lear 4 B Brain JtW L LawaoB T J Price W m x IV WoeaX J G Heaiffcill H V Bee Ta WGGeoch te BI VIce Jan Ky It Is the atm of toiled treaS Beats JLL i lr t s leas courteous cafe aid oNiKfn establishing Boxes net estate Hlllisoa E t S L Billcte LIll Coot lisle b TO Us old Dosi s 35 Ci MS i 4 I sblila 1ilg1lle 11 kq I 1 NoT AfReme4ylorCoMCaa YacS ef NEW YORK t EXACT COWOFW8A1E8 IIJRIHi ELAgebePreparaficiiforAs SaIk1BIscfsDtha sstCaiWis XACOTICsi z WOrMSConvulsionsFeverisknssidLossOF sigaiitre For the Farmer Housewife Crap Cssgjp Etc According to a German investigator a smoker sends into the air about four billion particles of dust at every pull Mr Thomas Coleman of Pendleton bought of Oscar Taylor same place one pair of work mules for 330 Fall ryeand winter wheat will make pasture for hogs until snow covers it It takes quite a freeze to kill rape Harvey Bussell Atlanta purchased 100 head of mules of B P Park Eliza bethtown for f16000 Itis useless to expect large returns from manure thrown out of the barn window where it gets the wash from the eaves every time it rains Rod Warfield of Elizabethtowu sold two car loads of mules or more exacty fifty head to Russell of at 160 a head on the farm 11 Belgium breeders are obliged to keep a record of all cattle raised by them and each animal has a registered trade number which is engraved on the ring fastened to its ear The U S Forest service reports that t26400 worth of wood was consumed during the year 1906 in making pulp for paper Whole forests of spruce pine poplar cottonwood etc are used up in this way The farmer who sells grain live tock or anything else off the farm should weigh everything out over his own scales Costly errors happen but when one has his own weights in his vest pocket he is apt to get all that is coming to him Hicks the great weather prophet of St Louis told us to look out for snow blockades and earttqakes within 70 hours after the sun sets January 3 We did look for them but l1li Traderand SIeck1 Talk lit Atlanta r rli wNMes Isri a t blizzards Eczana Sufferers 60 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years csav NEW CITY CASIORIA CASIORIA Ywr csPisY YoRk they failed to show up We advise Hicks to quit He dont know what weather is coming any better than we do and we dont know anything about it Make a straw shed for your colts and calves if you havent lumber enough for a permanent shed Forked posts and poles or rails to support the straw are all that is required for the straw shed and it is warm and comfortable and will last till spring when the straw may be used for mulch or thrown on the manure pile One dairyman thinks that but few cows are born kickers Ten chances to one when a cow kicks there is some good cause for her or nervousness It may be that her udder is inflamed and swollen or for some unaccountable reason her teats may be tender and easily irritated Of course there is a possibility that the mill e s finger nails are too long and dig into her teats thereby giving the cows pain and irritation Then too it may be that the milker through abusive treat ment has developed a fear and nervous ness which call forth kicking Messrs Chenault of Madison and Thomas of Bourbon addressed the farmers on Monday favoring on or ganization not to raise a crop of tobac co in 1908 They showed how apples the American Tobacco Company had been and how counties North of us had organized and would not raise a crop this year with a view to better conditions and better prices in the future J Wade Walker chairman of the meeting announced thathe had found no farmer who favored the orgaiza tion one reason being that landlords and tenants have already contracted for raising crops this year While the farmer does not desire to antagonize any proper movement or bring about any unpleasant conditions he feels that as tobacco is his chief crop and he has spent considerable to build barns to take care of it he cannot afford to sacrifice a crop sive Doctored for Five Years Here is Joy whom D D D Prescription cured quickly of Eczema andat a total cost of 3 oo after all other remedies and many doctors failed a ReM tills letter I IChleaco1JLCeatI 8a7 tIIaC DDDI 1I1 Our lIcIT trw1IIi with docCo zIItOre aacart at Jut wo uaded to ofp D D tile A6ama Pr 7a of D J of M IIoWeo Untold mred8C 1IMI8c fr a ZLIRTRZZOJauS1r- nb DDD I c27 a- prUca for wa doe orM roet f an yoexs ba1nc- rfpcom a th mad ae zy Mvtsd remedoe- beu were boy a T I a 7 M aUer roe boUes and weti e has ao gn o- fEImL f lqazeraveoezs-of e 1IMortOfvdCBOOE WPisOoM We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the best physi clans have overcome their former prejudice v and now advise their 1 patients to simply get DDD from the drug store at 100 a bottle Yow will agree with as S that credit is doe these physicians for thus rificing the larger fees they coold make by Z writiag out their owa prascnptioM sac Will this convince you Or will this at least influence you h so that you will investi gate father Investigation all we ask Investigation will prove lo you that this pleasant external D D Prescription is based oo the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by lolluir and dislodging the Eczema germ is liquidD 11 NYES GARI4JLLY W- IISII8A1tEMeDYTIIB YV4 1KJIt D wro Jf p o 1oj L TbedNbartMssteIsbut-edalIiys a- WE NUA- GTwNeTOWN KwI w pIl Ier- kls m E McRobeits1 tS Bet we teeliae how saany times the poor skim baa paid good mosey so called blood i forssMuy selves useless ointments and fcsmfsl seeps We do not want you to spend a seaL asm yoa are convinced hence the for rgae FREE prepaid pie te SAMPLeeffta MMt lITTLE AMPLE away the fetch sad give indications of an early Deat speed a centatoar store aatil roehave tried tile free sample and have food thatyea tee axe relieved sat will he eared like all the others wheOeaMetatarstr awll SueUte DDDOixSalte tattle will he Bsau lJS llefrle z o 2 v C t e M M f 9FHOLDING HARNESS TRACES Device Which Will Prove a Great Convenience When Unhitching It frequently happens that the hook up the traces of the farmthatholds Fig 1 Position of Snap and Strap harness gets broken or the harness never had one In either case I use a snap fastened to the back band with a piece of leather and a rivet as shown in Fig 1 of the accompanying Fig Harness and Horse illustrations If suggests Prairie Farmer a rather large snap is chosen both cock eyes can be held securely with one snap BREAKING THE COLT Begin Early and Be Very Patient In the Work When a colt is coming two years old I put a bitting harness on it and turn it out in a lot away from other horses and colts says a writer in Farmers Review I then train him to be guided by the use of lines run through rings low down on a wide sjrap surcingle which I use for this purpose I then drive the colt around the lot for a short time When I the colt to turn I pull one line firmly at the time tapping the colt gently on the opposite side with a light whip I then train him to back and also to stop by the use of the word whoa I then hitch the colt in with an old steady horse that is not afraid of I wish to say that a colt never should be broken with a blind bridle Colts that are being broken should be permitted to see everything that is going on around them When occurs and the colt sees that the mate it is being driven with is in no way concerned it quickly gets over its fright There is a great difference in breeds as to the readiness with which the colts become trained to daily work I find the Percheron by all odds the easiest horse to train A Hambleton ian I think requires more time and patience to train than any other breed with which I have had experi ence The Hambletonian is naturally nervous and skittish I have broken and trained a great many of them but have never found one that I did not have to watch very closely They are always on the lookout for something strange On the part of the trainer the most essential elements are patience firm ness and good judgment Choking of Animals Hardly a farmer has not had more or less experiencewith animals choked This can be remedied to a very great extent or can be While animals will get choked once in a while it can be helped The simplest thing to do which may save the life of a valuable animal and will not hurt it is to insert a piece of rubber hose about six feet long down the cows neck perhaps it would be well to hold the animals mouth open with a cord until you strike the apple or whatever it is that chokes her Often the apple is so swelled or so firmly wedged as to be difficult to stir Run a buggy whip down this rubber pipe The pipe will fit against that apple so there will be no danger of making any hole in the animals gullet Press the end of the whip carefully down until it reaches the stomach The gas will escape quickly through the pipe and the will be relieved Dr E E Tower Good Hogs Quick Money Good hogs are quickly turned Into money There is little reason for the value of a hog raised for pork The boards of trade quote pork and that brings the pig into the same catagory as wheat which is about the same as money if it is at a point of railroad transportation The hog is the more a moneymaker because he is easily reared and within a year from birth is ready for the market He caa make use of a great variety of food aai make more meat out of that food than any other animal The Brood Sows If you expect a fine uniform lot of pigs next spring the brood sows should be of somewhat the same type The boar alone is not capable of lug all the deficiencies of all the sows The profitable sow is not the big rangy sow nor the fine sow but rather the goodsized even smooth sow with plenty of good teats A Harmony of Idea structionHow He fiddled when Rome was ruined Now they do the ruining to the tune of a loot Baltimore American Hard Luck I suppose your financial reverses will keep you walking the floor Worse than that answered Mr Jonah Joaea looks as if I wouldnt able to Teat a floor Waskiacto I 02on anything something be- Ing relieved common animal disputing coarSe compact somewhatimitate cIt l O r 1 r desire curt VARIETY IN HOG FEED The Animals Do Better When Given Many Kinds There are some very irnrortant con siderations in feeding swine which should not be lost sight of The hog by nature is an omnivorous animal and readily eats a great variety of food Though domesticated for many years he has not lost his natural in stincts and loves to roam the fields and woods in search of various roots and plants and is not averse to eating meat of various kinds whenever affords This love of a great variety of food is so deeply rooted in the hog as to have made a permanent impression upon the character of his teeth which are adapted not only to the grinding of grain but also to the tearing asunder of flesh This of it self should be sufficient to convince the feeder of the advisability of in the ration of the hog but the gen eral cultivation of corn in the corn belt and its cheapness in years gone by have led many farmers to lose sight of this essential matter a variety of food while to the satisfaction of the ani mal consuming it stimulates the diges tive organs to greater activity which is a most desirable end to attain Nand this of itself would amply reward the feeder for taking greater pains and effort to provide the hog with a variety of food suited to his nutri tionThe mere fact that the hog has a ravenous appetite and will eat practi cally anything that is placed before it should not render it insensible to the value of a variety of food The in stincts of the human being are so deeply grounded in this respect that they should teach us to have more regard for the dumb animals placed under our control and which cannot help themselves by reason of their to secure many of the things which the system naturally cravesWe generally regard the needs of the animal satisfied when we have given a theoretical proportion of pro tein carbohydrates and fat trusting to luck that sufficient mineral matter will be supplied in the foods fed to meet the requirements of the animal body and it is in this respect that a greater injustice is done the fatten ing hog as a rule than in any other particular Experiment Station Bul letin PLAN OF SMALL STABLE Suggested Arrangement for Limited Space and Uneven Ground A Maryland farmer wishes to plan a stable 28x36 feet to have in it two box stalls three single stalls and space for carriages Owing to the nature of the ground he can enter in only one place The Breeders Gazette suggests the following as a solution He can have three stalls five feet wide and ten r opportunity variety essential greater domestication 1I More- ovEr Ground Floor Plan of Stable feet long two boxes each 10 feet 6 inches by 12 feet which will be found to be large enough for carriage horses and a space for carriages 26x20 feet This leaves space for a large porch or open shed which will prove useful for many purposes vehicles hitching under to keep out of the sun or sheltering an extra vehicle in emergency THE LIVE STOCK A man cant drive a balky horse and be a Christian The stable for all animals should be well lighted Any one is a monster of cruelty who will dock a horse The horses tails are given them to protect themselves from flies It costs no more to raise a colt than it does a calf and a three or four yearold grade draft horse is worth four times as much as a grade dairy cow of the same age and the labor in caring for the colt is con siderably less Dont forget to buy the boar as as possible and by all means plan to get one of pure blood A few dollars difference in price between a good registered boar and a scrub boar will be more than made up on one litter of pigsIf you are for pen room during the winter a shed banked and covered with straw will be found quite satisfactory as a sleeping place for the brood sows However they should not be allowed to remain in this shelter throughout the day A creamery manager who does a lot of driving has driven his horse for six months without the use of a bit special bridle is just as effective to hold and guide the horse and saves it the discomfort of a bit in its mouth This same chap used a buggy which has tires made with beveled surfaces which do not throw mud or dust He says they are great success Give Sheep Fresh Air Some people make the mistake of keeping their sheep too closely housed in winter A good dry shed protected from draughts is desirable but the fresh air supply should not be entire ly cut off Uncomfortable Breaking in woolen underwear may be a disagreeable task but we opine that it is real pleasure compared to the job of breaking in a porous plan ter Detroit Free Press Bad Policy Beggar Mister would yer give a poor man a quarter t keep him from dyin Stramger wouldnt give him a mlckeL rm aa mndertakey Jadge wash- Ing involved early crowded cheap A f t L- Ir b A ruling by the Post Office at Washington has just been made which will work a great hard ship on newspaper publishers and sub scribers 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 send our paper to anyone its our business and no one has any say so it seems to us but Uncle Sam says not so Tt 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 I UNITIW STATES to weeka I NIW LAW Department THE woIllt Peace to him that Is near and to him I PEACE I Its hand against a brother on its Would wear forevermore the curse of Cain Down the dark future through long yen erations The echoing sounds grow fainter and cease And like a bell with solemn sweet vibra tions- I hear once more the voice of Christ say Peace The blast of Wars great organ shakes the skies immortalsTheH W Longfellow BETTER THAN THEY KNEW How a Church That Trusted in the Lord Was Vindicated A congregation in a hilly district In Ohio bought a small tract of land and erected a church building upon it Then the question of insurance came up says the Youths Companion Mr Sipes the wealthiest member who had contributed half the money need ed for the new structure declared that he did not believe in insurance This is the Lords building Hell take care of it he said His view prevailed and there was no Insurance In a few weeks the building was struck by lightning and almost totally consumed by fire Mr Sipes contributing the greater of the fund as before This time the demand was almost unanimous that it be insured but Mr Sipes again objected on the same ground- If it burns down again brethren he said Ill agree to rebuild it my selfAgain he carried his point In less than a month the new church was struck by lightning again and although strenuous efforts were made to save it the loss was almost total There must be some reason for this brethren said Brother Sipes 1 am going to find out what it is Thereupon he employed a force of men to sink a shaft on the site of the twicedestroyed church Within a few days a rich vein of iron ore was found arid the church property was sold for many times the amount needed to buy land in another locality and build againI you brethren said Brother Sipes it pays to trust the Lord Hes a great teal better business manager than anybody in this congregation Up to DevUtry New York Child Lets play pirates Boston right Shall we pirate plays or books Puck RheumatismIhave matisntl remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic nor ft back to flesh again That is to But I can now kill the this deplorable disease In Germany Nth a fa the found the last Ingredient with Which Dr a dependable Without that last ingredient I treated many toaay cues last eons all curable eases of this heretofore ranch dreaded disease Those sandlike granular wastes found inBheranaticBlood seem and pusaway under the action of this reawdy a when added to pure water freely sass from the ujKuis sad the ese of is gone forever There is now ao real actual excase to wltt oetbelp WesaHaad la coaiiViane Tnrnsumi Dr Rheumatic forehead portals portion ChildAll Nota bcn7 of or Rheuc was Bade pre l AndtheB wlleodi need Ider Shoops Remedy- R I isis ps oops Ircelras ar PILES to f 0t ERE half the power that fills the world with Were half the wealth be stowed oncamps and courts Given to redeem the humanmind from There need senal or forts The warriors name would be name abhorred And every nation that should lift again terror t error were no of ar a jdtrtllknld 1 s1111 kim 0 Physicians Curs Skin With Srpe Remedy Noted Eczema Specialist Comments- on a Proven Specific for Skin Diseases P ysicians evervwb re continue Ihti praise for ordinary oil of wintergreen in a wonderful specific for Eczema and other itching skin diseases This liquid pure and clean as water externally ap plied has instant ellect A few drops on the burning itching sore causes in stant relief and a short continued use gives a complete cure Dr C B Holmes of Silver City Miss is so enthuiastic about this remedyD D D Prescriptionthat he declares in a letter to the D D D Company of Chi cago that this great remedy is as near a speciific for Eczema as it quinine for malaria I have been using your D D D for four years with gratifyingCre suits writes Dr Holmes There are thousands of other phvsi cians who use D D D Prescription the oil of specific D D D cures and it is so clean to use If we did not know what D D D will do we would not recommend it to our friends and patrons B McRoberts Lancaster Call at our store anyway and let us see the nature of your skin trouble 0 wiutergr en E U To any young man expecting to at tend the Eastern Kentucky State School Richmond Ky Write to 1 R Boothe Pres Y M C A Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make arrange ments for meeting you at the train and finding boarding place You can then come to the office of the President will assist you in out your Course of Study LEARN TO EAT Few People in This Town Really Know How Slow eating will solve the of ill health Those who suffer indigestion and weak stom can care and use of Miona stomach tablets restore their digestion healthy condition so that can eat what want at time without fear of distress or suffering After a few days use of 3Hona stomach tablets the headache feeling drowsiness bad taste in the tongue nervousness sleeplessness distress after of t wcak stomach wfll disappear per feet digestion and a good skin will shov that the vital machinery is once more running Take a little Miona tablet before each and then it take care of the food that is eaten without indigestion and the full feeling with which so many suffer after meals Our leading druggists have so much confidence power of Miona to cure indigestion and all stomach ills that they give a guarantee with every 50 cent box to refund the the remedy fails to give satisfaction Sold and guaranteed by For sale by R E McRoberts The undersignea 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 W S Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson J W Sweeney D Nave H C Arnold Mrs Gill W T Worrel John A Sanders B L R C Boian GLEANINGS Dr C Cuthbert Hall president of Union seminary New York has to America after delivering his second course of Barrow lectures in India In different centers found many who had heard his previous and his reception generally was most cordial Rev G Campbell Morgan D D has been engaged by the Bible Teachers Training college of New York to give a special series of 14 lectures Wednesday March 18 1908 Like the special series of lectures given this year by Dr James Orr they will be open to the public Rev Robert Stuart McArthur D D has completed his thirtyseventh year as pastor of Calvary Baptist church New York An Interesting point in his career Is that three hours after his graduation at Rochester seminary he was on his way to New York to enter upon his duties pastor of Calvary church The degree of doctor of medicine has been conferred upon Dr Grenfell C W G by the of Oxford causa honoris In of the splendid work he has achieved in improving the social of Labrador fisherfolk The honor bestowed upon him by his old university is all the more marked by reason of its being the first honorary M D degree conferred at Oxford Disintegration How much dear do Yoa love I softly asked the maid I love you pieces The laughing Ah I sometime ponder texg Upon the words she spoke ho loves me M most to pieces Bat wwM she me keeker rreepMOi FHtaey Jr la Pack yousuitahle who making on hair alreadywith tea th mouthcoateC eatingall ld digestivejuices unpleasant mane POSTED P D W J Gillispie Burton- J W R Cook returned e discourses Theological as Wilfred- T University recognition condition r most to las SaId Well lays Normal beginning ne and TAR CURES GoughsaiidlGoMs PREVENTS Pneumonia anil Consumptl nF- ofeys Hooey stops the cough butheals andstrengtk ens the lungs and prevents serious z suits from a cold iThere is no danger Pneamoala Consumption or other serious lung trouble if F fey KwMy and Tar Is taken as it will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and maT davefaf Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do risk Pneumomia when Fellys H d Tar will cure yen quickly strengthen your tangs Remember the Fttoyra Hcaey ad Tar amd refuse aay substitute offered Do not take chance with some unksowm preparation that costs you the same you caa get Pottys Hwivy a l Tat that ccW yej a MMTtt and la safe sod carta ia results Contains a opiates E H Jones Pastor M E Ckozck Grove Ma writes About seven ol eightyears ago I had severs coM which physicians said was very pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Througk a friend I was induced to try asample atj Foleys Honey and Tar which gave mm i so much relief that I bought at the regular siae Two or three bottlMi cured me of what the physicians consumption and Ihave sever had any trouble with my throat clMgssisjcs that time Three saes 2Se SOc SlOt T The 50 cent size contains tws mmt onehalf times as much asthe small and the 100 bottle almost six tuna as much SKI AH C C J E Stormes WHO USES HYOME1 The Best People in This Town Guaranteed in Catarrhal Troubles No other remedy or treatment for catarrh has ever a popular or made so ninny remarkable cures in tills town as The best people attest its curative local agents The fair in which Hyomel was sold to refund the money unless it gave satisfaction proof when it was introduced the treatment jrivfnir satisfaction and left it to the purchasers to be the Jud e Later when Hyomel was used and recommended our wellknown and business men and their wives as a treatment that absolutely cured catarrh no matter or standinir the sales rew and to day there is no other remedy In the jaits stock that a large anti staple sale The first breath of healing poisonTry offer to re the if the treatment does not give you satisfaction Sold and by R E McRoberts All The Now Local State National will be found In the Central Record and the CiiwMii Wntlj BUM We furnish both one year for only Leave or send your orders to Central Record Office Lancaster Ky i fOLEYS HONEY T not r 4 Dame alHI JUI t t lEe 0R Ho virtue was powersOur O pb sic 110 OlL Ion Hvomeis guaranteed AND 150 The e ad o a eat whoa cUFSdAtISI Pws1s U lad avery asz sum ca1Id I say way drug moner eo tEXPEJIIEIICE- YEAR TIIMIE 0 lee NniRs A free OIdeIIt PIIeIda c ce rSiiiiJIIIiica a asstebIq-wekly opinion frs wbIberprobably ptestas ComienUes I55N s aelymtessm weat rs se sestC Jeers Terms S anerWthsL aswisre CtaiwTk