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THE CENTRAL RECORDXIGXTXEXTH TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 W08 I NrnJI I N We are showing these new Oxfords in all leath ers including the new Tan Strap and Buckle Pumps which are really beauties See show window for styles Oxfords 300 and 350 Special styles 4 I 1908 1908 SPRING OXFORDS New Shapes We have just received our 1908 Spring Styles in ladies Oxfords fresh from the PATRICIAN factories famous New Styles SMITH HERRING1 1 T W9 r o r T k 5 Fi w- s r Local Items Travel on the trams was never so light and not one passenger train in ten is paying expenses Three inches of ice on the ponds has furnished splendid opportunity for the houses many of which have been chock full Frozen Pipes Quite a number of our citzens were greatly inconvenienced by the freezing weather pipes in many residences be ing frozen In many instances the pipes burst and did much damage be fore the flow of water could be check ed Business Change Mr S D Turner has bought the meat market formerly conducted by Mr Pepples corner Public Square and Lexington street Dee understands the business and will run a strictly up todate market He will add a stock of groceries carrying everything in this line Six More Weeks Tile ground hog saw his shadow Sunday as the sun shone brightly all day notwithstanding the that the weather was as cold as theaverage pretty girls heart Mr G Hog ac cording to history will remain in his den for six weeks more as the weath er will not moderate during that time Anniversary Services Danville Advocate There was an allday abservance of the Twenty Eigth Anniversary of the Christian Endeavor yesterday at the Christian Church The Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster conducted the services which were very impressive and Capt Hogan Remains III We regret to note the continued ill ness of our good friend Capt W J Hogan at his home in Brvantsville He was critically ill for a time but is Improved at this writing No man in the county has more friends than the Captian and many are the wishes that he will soon be restored to perfect health Mr Gibbons Big Ad We call attention to the large on another page of Mr A E Gibbons of Danville He has one of the largest and most complete houses in Kentucky and can furnish anything you want in his line He is a gentleman every inch and what he tells you is just that way a fact we take great pleasure in stating to our readers News Paper Men Busy Every newspaper man in the sountry is busy going over his subscription lists to get them in such shape as will conform to the new ruling of the Post Master is to get every subscription up to within one year This is working a hardship on the paper men but what Uncle Sam sags must be done Mr Rigney Injured While coming to bis place of busi ness in the Citizens National Bank Wednesday morning Mr W 0 Rigney slipped on the icy pavement and fell fracturing a small bone in his left leg just below the knee While the in jury will soon heal yet he has suffered great pain His legion of friends trust that he will soon be able to return to his post of duty Much Sickness Doctors say there was never before so much sickness in the community The trouble is mostly deep colds with a few cases of pneumonia They say the people should be very careful and not expose themselves as this is the most dangerous season of the year Grippe is spoken lightly by some people but it must be watched like a eat watching a rat hole to prevent going into pneumonia The latter disease is one of the most treacherous the doctors have to treat As we heard one say I would rather treat smallpox or any other disease than one case of pneumonia Hart Big Time At conclusion of the work at the Odd Fellows lodge Monday night the members enjoyed a fruit festival as one brother called it Several kinds of fruit was passed and enjoyed great ly The lodge has hit upon the very enjoyable practice of something on this order every few meetings and it serves to increase the attendance very materially By the way the lodge was never in a more flourishing and in better shape for putting on the degrees War On The Dogs A war is being waged on the many worthless dogs in the community and many have been killed It is all right and proper to kill off the worthless ones but care should be taken notr to molest the good honest canine love can be tired out canbestarv ed or killed by abuse But notice the dog Let him love and be devoted to a master and neither hunger thirst nor cold nor neglect nor abase on the part of his master him He la faithful constant stilL And theee animate love enough to sacrifice their1 lives for those love and sometimes die of grief on the graves of human sisters Kill bat ip re J filling I tact Generalthat 0 or alienates good instructive advertisement condition Human nor devoted they their the worthless cuter t s oi1 r j A Good Bill Senator R L Hubble has introduced a bill in the Legislature requiring a reduction of rates on sleeping cars This is a good move and the bill ought to pass Last Statements This week The Record sends out its last statements before the new United States law goes into effect Remem ber it is your Uncle Sam at the back of this and not the publishers Bet ter pony up and save trouble The Best of Uterature I am prepared to order any magazine or other publication on the very notice and can save you both time and money on same Call at store of Joseph Mercantile Co Will appreci ate your orders Mrs Dollie Brown Y M C A The biennial convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky will be held at Winches ter February 2023 It is expected that there will be present nearly five railroad student and county Associa tions of the state Plenty of Coal Too much praise cannot be given the local coal dealers for the splendid and prompt manner in which they have kept the people in coal this wint er Almost every season there has been a famine which caused much and trouble but the present dealers have been Johnieon thespot for which they are entitled to a vote of thanks for their enterprise Making Good Records The people of Garrard have every reason to be proud of the men them in the Legislature Senator B L Hubble and W C Wynn are their posts of duty and are doing all in their power to secure good and prevent that which is of no benefit or of detriment to the state Two better men could not have been found Order of Eastern Star A local organization of the order of Eastern Star has been organized and steps will be taken in a few days to get the lodge in working order This is a branch of Masonry for the wives daughters and sisters of the Master Masons and the work is exceptionally pretty and the order of much those belonging thereto The will meet in the handsome new quarters of the local Masonic lodge The ensuing year R E McRoberts presi dent Jno M Farra vice P Frisbie sec treas The board of directors were chosen A Beazley Geo Smith Jr and Jno It was decided to have the open season in Spring to extend from April 20 to May 1st and the Fall season from Sep 1 to Nov 1 The lake is well stock with fish and if properly protected will furnish fine sport New Business Firm Mr F P Frisbie has formed a partner ship with Mr W P Hedrick of Raleigh N C and the firm will open a com plete stock of jewelry and optical goods at Mr Frisbies drug store on North side of Public Square Mr Hedrick is a graduate optician and has had twentyfive years the business Mr Frisbie has been looking for an expert in this line for some time and is satisfied he has secured a partner who will give perfect satisfaction to every customer Both members of the firm are in Cincinnati this week purchasing astock of optical goods and jewelry and hope to have same ready by Saturday The new jewelry firm will run under the name of Hedrick Frisbie The Best Fair Yet As stated in last issue of The Record the Garrard County Fair Association has selected the dates July 29 30 and 31 for this years exhibition At of the stockholders the same directors and the same officers were chosen with the exception of Presi dent Mr John M Farra being chosen for the position The officers are at work now and the hustling secretary MrB L Elkin tells us he is meeting with the greatest encouragement the early start The Lancaster fair is always the source of great pleasure to the people in this section and those ex residents who make it the occasion of returning to the old home for a good time and a square meal of mothers cooking Company Organized A meeting of the young men was held at the police court room at which a fire company was organized certain members assigned certain duties by which much more effective work can While these young men will take complete charge at a fire yet they wish to impress upon the public the importance of helping pull the hose wagon to the scene of action This wagon Is very heavy and all hands should assist in pulling At the meeting Henry Simpson was chief W O Dunlap assistant chief The following members were assigned to different duties Lewis Herndon F B JasPierce Will Doty G BSwinebroadJ and Boot PowelL AH are good hands at fighting Ire aad appe ffflMMU shortest hundred men representing the city Representative constantly- at legislation r I Ibenefit- to order I Landpresident- F following IE Stormes experience- In notwithstanding Fire be en bury Gill 1 inconvenience representing They meeting done aj 1 Vulcan And Chattanooga Plow Points Collars Pads Trace Chains Back Bands HASELDEN BROS I I S H ugSarsvi ra pLOZP JeAcljeazle Arterial ui Cavity UakMf Office on Danville Street UNDBRTAKBR I FCLCTINB OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS STOCK Announcement We call your especial attention to our im mense line of Urgs 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 xst 1908 we will givingpremium dishes and china but instead we will give to every customer holding 1000 worth of tickets 25C in trade This any article im our store below the specified amoaat Any vow holding our premium tickets May call at ovr store and we will gladly redeem them with either ofthe two articles named above Joseph Mercantile COMPANY t Incorporated I 1 1 Special discontinue means customer J on i SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE HIGHGRADE ARTISTIC PAPERSWALL I Oar enthusiasm over really Fine Wall Papers has lead us into buying too much fine paper and this surplus must be sold To dispose of this overstock we will begin a spe cial Clearance Sale of all our Finest Wall Papers consist ing of more than I Main st DannUe J J PresidentI WAr ric THB National Bank- Of Lancaster Spto10000 A K DUlY FnsMeat J E STORMS Yin Prat S C DULY Cukkr J FRoWnioo A t Cuhr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS S Alex B Denny Robinson S C Denny 50000 D Cochran A C John E Stormes J L Gill iw iMKDenny I I I J S JOHNSON Vice Prest I SafotDolilit BoIOI forRont 1e Mtit Tw Biaies Ii T J IHOOD DENTIST Office at residence sb fly Accounts were due January ist Please bear in mind and call at the STORE and settle and obligeYour friend I I I promptly 1 FURNITURE J C ROBINSON I s FORTY THOUSAND ROLLS AT ONETHIRD REGULAR PRICE CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM E TPubr Altered at the Pot Office in Lancaster fyt at SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky February 7 1908 WALLAGETON Mrs Cade has been quite ill for two weeks with rheumatism Little Mary Farra is visiting her aunt Mrs Alice Wallace and Eddie Wallace visited Mr Reuben Baker in Berea last week Mrs Rena Ogg is with her daughter in law Mrs Nora Ogg who remains very ill Mr John Allen visited his parents McNew near Orlando last week Miss Clara Bowlin is with Mrs A F Caldwell for a few weeks Her sister Mary Bowlin is at Paint Lick PAINT LICK Born to the wife of Mr Roy Ott a fine boy Mrs R IT Beazley and Mrs G A the sick list at this writingMr A Anderson who has peen sick for quite a while is slowly im proving There has been a great deal of in this vicinity and it keeps the doctors going night and day Mr Clyde Wilson of Scipio Ind and Miss Lyn Nave of Cartersville have been the guests of Miss Margaret Pull insMr Tom McRoberts of Newcastle Ind is spending the week with his sister Mrs Bell McHenderson Mr and Mrs Wm Howe and John S Hen derson of Richmond were also guests The Jumping Off Place Consumption had me in its grasp and I had almost reached the jumping off place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I want to say right now it saved my life began with the first bottle and after taking a dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again says George Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and colds and healer of weak sore lungs and for pre venting pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50c and 8LOO at R E Mc Roberts druggist Trial bottle free STONE Miss Linnle Preston is quite ill at this writing Lane visited Mr George Anderson last week L L Sanders bought a horse from Mr Gabe Walter for 980 Mrs Taylor Raney visited Mrs Mar garet Lane last Friday Born to the wife of Mr Henry Me Querry on tha 27th a girl Miss Pearl Sanders visited Mrs Edd Grow at Bourne last week Mr John Sanders visited friends in Miss Mable Cratchfleld was theguest of Miss Alice Snyder last Thursday nightMiss Peachie MaeSanders was the guest of her aunt Mrs Peachie Grow last week Miss Lyda Rainey visited Miss Stella last Friday and Saturday Nelahberhoorf Favorite D Charles of Harbor Maine peaking of Electric says It is neighborhood favorite here with w1 It deserves to be a favorite It gives quick relief in dyspep sia liver eomlaint kidney derange ment malnutrition nervousness weak new and general debility Its action on the blood a through purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand alternative tonic wader guarantee at B McRoberti Bras store 50c 1m Annie and Mr Wm 1 Ballard are on I I sickness I I pastweek 1m Mr Islah I MondayW r I I Mae Growat Judson I Jim E Bitters a I U m I Improvement p everywhere s sold 1- E Suffering Dollars Saved E S Loper of Mirilla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing salve I have everfound Healsburns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m HYATTSVUIE Miss Susie Medous visited Miss Lidy Uhrissillus Sunday Harvie Lee sold to J M Turner 4 head of hogs for 26 J D Pope bought 6 nice heifers from Henry Traylor for 3i- Harvle Lee bought a nice saddle mare of George Grow for 115 Miss Williames of Lancaster was a visitor of Miss Yirgenia Goodloe last ThursdayMr and wife of Bryants ville visited his parents Mr and Mrs J M Turner last Monday Miss Lidy Chrissillus has been ill of measels but we are glad to say she is much better at this writting Miss Yerginia Goodloe has been confined to her room for same time with measels but is able to be out again BUENA VISTA People are taking advantage of the cold wearher and are filling their housesMr Spilman of Harrodsburg attended the funeral of his aunt Satur day and visited the family of Mr J B RobinsonMiss Robinson is in visiting her niece Mrs Grimes Howard Lane of Nicholasvllle was with friends and relatives here last weekHugh Christopher who has been in California for almost four years re turned home last week Mr and Mrs Eugene Lane of Spears were guests of Mr J B Robinson and family Sunday Mr James Preston who has been il with grippe for three weeks is still confined to his bed Mesdames A D and A F Scott have been on the sick list also the family of Calvin Blakeman Rev Wilson of Asbury College filled the pulpit at Mt Olivet Sunday Quarterly meeting will be held at Mt Olivet February 29 and March 1 Mrs Sarah Smith a former resident of this section died at the home of her daughter Lama Grimes in Lexington last week and was brought for burial afMt Olivet cemetery Saturday Funeral survices were con ducted by Rev Mann pastor of Hill St Methodist church at Lexington Mrs Smith was liked by alL Tom Nowell sold five hogs to W L Lawson at 4 per hundred Manley Albright of Brodhead whc represents Straton Trestege Co wa here last week Ben Comney is with home folks short stay Miss Willie Comney is out after be ing confined to her room with measels for some time Russel is reported to be a little better but is still in a serious condition with pneumonia The infant son of Leroy Robins died Friday and was buried Saturday The child was only eleven days old and much sympathy is felt for the father and mother The sale of the effects of the late J C Clause will take place Thursday February 13th at the residence near Lawsons ChapelL Great Success FP Clay Jr Paris Ky says have had great with Bnrbon Poultry Cure On several occasions cured chickens that were top sick to walk or stand up Have lost but one old chicken this year Sold by J R Co Lancaster KT I have Timothy and Blue Grass seed Also Northern Seed Oats l Lex- Ington Mrs lor- a I have u tt Banks Sudron do here FLAT WOOD Clines bereaved success Mount Clover It is by far the largest stock in Central was selected by an expert and the prices bring these fine Papers down even lower than the common papers are sold Most of these are in room lots and only one of a style so that the paper you select will be your exclusive style Note prices below and come in early and get first selection Kentuckyand Sets Roll At this very low price weoffer choice of an immense line of Choice Papers which sold from 25c to 15c 5cts Roll lOc Roll At this price we are now selling some of the rarest values that formerly sold from 25c to 50c lOc Roll 15 to 25c Roll At this price you will be able to select from the very Finest Papers on the market which 15 to 25c Roll always sell at 75c or more while the price is now that of ordinary goods i 1 FIELD 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 uw wrNl1JWtrrOlJ Arl lAIliiitUlAIV I I ORGANIZED 1883 TIre CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER BY CAPITAL feMM SU1PLUS B P HuMOK Cashier W O Branr Ant Guhr C D WAUCKB Bookkeeper Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S oD B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders I I I I Bali I z is DENTIST II OCee ever Xcrmte jewelry more A E GIBBONSBOURNE Miss Myrtle Murphy visited relatives at Chapel Sunday Dr Gilbert of this place visited friends in Lancaster Sunday Mr Mike Bay sold to Lewis Simpsun this week a nice bunch of shoats Mr and Mrs Richard Burton called on friends near McCreary Sunday Mr Jchn Sewel bought of Printus Walker a fine saddle mare this week Mr J T Boffets of Alabama was the guest of Mr Mike Ray Sunday even ingMr and Mrs Wm Ray and daughter of McCreary visited relatives here Fri dayMr Jasper Noel of this place was the guest of friends ville Sunday eveningMr Rogers who has been quite ill from a fall is able to be out againMr and Mrs Thomas Davis little daughter Christen has been quite sick this week Mrs Raymond Ray of this place en tertained a number of guests Friday very pleasantly and Emma Walker of TeatersvilleIwere the guests of Mrs Printus Walker Monday night Mrs Norah Teater daughter and little neice Ethel Bay were the charm ing guests of Mrs Kate Daily Monday Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling good when he uses these pills 25c at R E McRoberts drug store Im BRYANTSVILLE Elliott was in Lexington last week Several took advantage of the cold spell and put up their ice Mr R H Pettus of Somerset was here this week on business Miss Carrie Boluden of Nicholas ville was a visitor here last week Miss Joe Helen Maret left Saturday for an extended stay in Atlanta Ga Mr Walker Burnside had the mis fortune to lose a very valuable mule SaturdayThe are still raging in this vicinity several new cases are being reported daily Miss Anna Philips of Stanford has been spending a few days with Mrs Eliza Ballard Capt W J Hogan who has been ill for several weeks is somewhat at this writing Mr Bryan Ballard returned to school at Lancaster Monday after being at home several weeks on account of sick ness and Misses Virginia King Ifayme Ballard and Mr Hogan Ballard attended the skating rink at Nicholasville last week Mr and Mrs GB Rose have moved into their handsome new residence at Camp Dick Robinson It is quite an addition to this community Mr and Mrs Eugene Land of Fayette who came over to attend the funeral of Mrs Sava Smith Saturday made a short visit to relatives before return homeMr Arnold died at the home of his son Mr Thomps Arnold last week Mr Arnold formerly lived here but was visiting his son when the end came He had been in bad health for several months The interment took place at LancasterFriday The remains of Mrs Sara Smith who died at the home of her daughter Mrs Lama Grimes at Lexington last week were brought to Mt Olivet Saturday for interment The funeral services were coducted by the Bev G B Mann of Lexington in her seventysecond year and a daughter of of the late Mrs Peggy Robinson of Buena Vista She had a number of relatives here who were very much grieved to hear of her death She is survived by two daughters Mrs Laura Grimes and Mrs Eugene Land both of Lexington I have Clover Timothy and Blue Gnat MM Also Oats I I In i I I I MIss Pattie I I I Dr W M Dr B C Rose was f f improved Mrs Smith Northern Seed tt 1 Main st Daurille i WIRE FENCE The best as it will not rust as quick as other fences the staves will not slip itcan be stretched tighter and will stay up better than any fence Price 4ft 30c Steam Engines and Gasoline Engines Buggies Wagons Harness Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Trace Chains Hames Hame Straps and Strings Work Bridles BreechingBuggyWhipsBinders Cutting Harrows Hemp Reapers Feed Cutters Seperators W J ROMANS Settlement Time has arrived and we will be very glad ifyou will call and settle your account Please Not Put Off this matter as we need what is due us McRobeifs Drug Store Lillards THE PLACE TO EAT 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Pock Turtle Soup Maderia roc Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef Au Jus 150 Potatoes Stewed iff Cream New Wax Beans inc Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream ioc Coffee ioc Tea ice Milk ioc Buttermilk Joe Always a run line of Steaks Chop Sea Food Etc What you want the way you want it wheal yom want k White Service Thnragaoat CoWae Ifeescelfei KrwjtWi Neat Gkaa MIl vpto date ji KOKOMO I I S V I I I B i I Ibo ei S D i i it S i i i j L DJIIIY IIEI7I1L hL1I roc Hew U Copyright i9o7 by Hut Schaffner 5t r Mar MAYBE AN EXTRA PAIR OP TROUSERS of the right kind would help things along it happens so often that the trousers getting the hardest wear give out before the caot and vest A good pair of trousers now will give you a new suit effectand you can get it for very little money These Hart Schaffner Marx trousers are especially good rhey make up short lengths of suit fab rics not enough for a extra trousers Very fine goods allwool made in the perfect Hart Schaffner Marx way We can show you something that will go well with your coat and vest Trousers 5 6 8 I Now suitinto i Batsons White Elephant Store a t t Just E L PresL W C Fisfc Vice W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Pus I i Weeds 6 1 We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treat- mentr CAPITAL 16fooooo SURPLUS 900000 D RSIM COY J B WOODS R G GUYN SL ARNOLD BURROWS EL WOODS J S II W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality I can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS I General Insurance Agency Insurance r I Partners Attention FREE By special arrangements with Basiin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Qfl1 fl a Q O a ffl ftj Q ft Q fl fl Q fl fl O QlQft kft I Teddy Bears New Year 1 Resolutions RESOLVED That throughout this year 1908 I will try to good and do good that I will try to help myself and help others that I by the old town and the home people and help to boom the burg RESOLVED That from January to December inclu sive I will quit dis my dollars by taking them out of circulation here around home and sending them to the big cities to buy the things that I can buy and ought to buy right here in town be willstand n sipatingquit U I I dissipating I will stop smoldng stop smoking pipe dream dope suggesting big bargains to be had unsight unseen from the gigantic stores in the cities and go around among the stores here at home looking for bargains that are there to be seen with the naked eye I will patronize by the stores that advertise in the home paper and therefore have enterprise enough to tell the people what theyve got in stock Signed TEDDY BEAR Brer Rabbit Say Teddy that last resolution is the goods all right RESOLVEDThat B I i tic I RESOLVEDThat preference 4 i C l l i t i i t4 i I The above is afairlikeness of Mr A B Brown Sr and his estimable wife This couple is one of the bestknown and most highly respected in the county On Jan 11th they quietly celebrated the 53rd anlversary of their marriage Mrs Brown is probably the only woman in Kentucky who has celebrated hergolden wedding of the second marriage To the first union there were three girls born one of whom Is now living Mis Martha A Personals Mr W T West was a visitor in the past week Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville has been with Lancaster friends and relativesMrs Vesay of Fort Worth Ind is the guest of Misses Martha and Helen Gill Miss Mary Noel of Danville has been the recent visitor of Misses Fan nie and Betsy West Mrs Robert Young who has been visiting friends here has returned to her home in Louisville Mrs Alexander Kennedy after a visit to her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to Lexington Mr Alex Doty Jr was athome Satur day and Sunday from Lexington where he is attending State College The impromtu dance given Friday evening at the Armory Hall was well attended and a most evening was spent Misses Katie King and Pearl Collier Messrs Heath Willis and Bragg Thomp son of Crab Orchard attended the dance Friday evening Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Sallie Leavell of Garrard stopped over here one day on her return home from a visit to London relatives Mr and Mrs James Rice Brown of Chicago will visit next week the formers mother Mrs E Brown and sister Mrs Jas A Royston of this city At Paragbnld Arks on January 14 Miss Minnie Daniels only daughter of Mr and Mrs Abner G Daniel formerly of Lancaster was married to Mr Smith Long a prosperous provision merchant of that place The local papers give extended and handsome notices of the event and of the social affairs The bridal gifts were chifley of silver The brides goingaway suit was of elegant brown broadcloth After a trip to St Louis the couple returned to their pretty home in Paragould where they will reside The Democrat says The bride is a cultured and refined lady who has made many true friends during her six years residence in this city The groom is one of the prominent men of Paragonld the proprietor of one of the largest business In the city He is a gentleman in every of the word and justly deserves full measures of and all the business men of the which he enjoys Stanford Interior Journal Mist Isabeth SlBipsea of Garrard WM IMS of Mrs LtiUt outer art Danville enjoyabe attendant mo being true sense the of tows Christian esteem friendship Stephens connected with the School for the Deaf at Danville To the second union there were six children four of whom are living Geo F Brown of this county Mrs H D Arnold of Texas Mrs Rosa Crow and Miss Allie B Brown of Louisville Mr and Mrs Brown are a remarkably couple for their years Mrs Brown has lived in the same house and slept in the same room for sixtytwo years having lived in same house during both marriages Miss Annie Phillips The latter re turned with her and will spend a few days before going on to Lexington to visit relative Miss Bella Arnold of Lancaster will open a millinery store at Crab Orchard Miss Hattie Doty of Nashville Is visiting her father Mr Jesse Doty Mr R H Batson has returned from Stanford Infirmary very much improv in health Somerset Times Miss Sallie Elkin of Lancaster is visiting Miss Genevieve Porch Miss has moved to the Evans property on Stanford street near Mason Hotel Master Commissioner J M Bothwell who has been quite ill for a few days is very much improved Mr and Mrs J E Stormes leave this week for Clear Watar Fla to spend the remainder of the winter The literary club met Tuesday after noon at the Presbyterian church Mm C C Brown was leader hersubject Evolution of the Novel Ben D Herndon HENAttorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stores drag store Ara Your Laying Mine Are 70 eggs New year 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 settings l 25 settings 200 per 100 3 00 per 1000 2500 Chicks loots each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders Satisfaction Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeysWalton Moss Phone in residence three miles on old Danville Pike Ialso sell Incubators Brooders chick Feed and Poultry Supplies tf Prof Lippard is pleased with the opening of the Lancaster Business College and the excellent quality of students There are many other young people who should enter at once and prepare for good positions Parents cant do better than to give their soar and daughters a through business education it helps them to larger success and Is better than to give money Now tile is at your dooraad saves board and travsllafc xpssflM Prof Llpywd r J I Mattie Estes moN II Hen Jtuara ted I well preserved being i entering them opportunity sea Business Items Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W J Romans I am agt for the famous plaster Sacket board Good as ceiling or phs ter cheaper than either tf Hamilton This day the firm of Northcott Hagan have desolved partnership Rretiring2tKy Jan 8 1908 Kokomo Fence 30 cts per rod 2t WJ Romans Velocopedes and tool Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Office for rent to Mrs Emma P Grant Danville street Want 100 veal calves Will pay market price tf H C Hamilton 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 buggy robes ever in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans We are in a position to save you monev on all kinds of building especially on doors windows and furnishing material tf Hamilton Magee Silk umbrella Was lost on Rich 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 1232m For Rent Residence on Danville street one mile from town Possession given immediately Mrs Ellen Poor tf 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 cost queensware at less than city pric es hot Silver knives folks and spoons tf Bros Emaroiaery While your hand is begin work for Spring I call attention to my stamping and will appreciate your order A opposite Caldwell College Danville Dr Roeeberry Oataaath Office at Pattersons Richmond street Will be here days Thursday and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments U25 U Wanted- A gentle combined hone or mare from four to six years old J F Robinson at National Bank ol Lancaster For Sale Three or four old fashioned round and square post bed steads Mn Pat tie Anderson tf Far Sala 8 room dwelling 3roomstore house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair o the pike i mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morf Dunn Bourne Ky Mr Ed C Gaines who has for the past seven years been traveling re large Indianapolis firm has resigned to go into the Fire Life Accident business at this place He secured the largest and most companies to be had and is business from the start Such ompaaies as Coatineatal MatiaK Benef aid tyesk for ves win he fcoferly cared for M H C tf dren Bro highest Lost W J I Pawelk innyour G M residence 2t a 124 8m pre has Ilea material treated a reliable getting Aetna Uld liad aolii and ant left kir Copyright 1907 07 Bart Shcailarr MarxEy Vulcan Plows and REPAIRS I j Special Sales Saturday on Buggy Robes Guns I Heating Stoves and Granite Ware J R Mount Co Special Sale Box Stationer Greatly Reduced Prices We have a number of boxes of nice Stationery where the box is slightly soiled that we ate now closing oat at COt The paper is In perfect condition fibre early and get the pick of these bargains Zyracnio Ploys and Repairs oc OooooooooooO I OBi Frisbies DRUGSTORE oooooooo B E McBoBiKTS Prest J W Etxou Catfcr J C ECBAXKS Vice Prest B I BURTON find V D A THOMAS Astk Cssfex The fiarrard Bank Trust Co this iastlUUoa to steal najss fcic rc quiresteat of the public of abamkiac Xfjalpesl with officered aid eouselsd br ft directorate wIDe astf be Bees expertcBce are too well kmowm to aaamt iUoBl r offer courtcoos saft aad obliglsc ProssMsfttssa tkn we Invite penoBaliBtsTTMrwi or coiissscadaaca loektec 10 tsw sst ibHssisjg of tisiiiisi rsrlsttoas OmrfaclllU an farticvlar ly adapted to tuarfllag farmers Jbrt custody of your Tahssslst Safety Deposit They swat ssssi to ftsclitsi DIRBCTOH Plea mcoitornrL ICy 118 the ala of every are The tatt IlIJIIfoi III aIDS we ueor OR Boxes treat ei paper mesas be 1M HKH Thos Oirsaj W Lite I r TAI11 Price ILW H T I Helier AIIaow T Logs B Jr L 1I IJL LJL L la rs Ltws t Cc i V ImleshL SrP ldaaitrl T0 LL The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive youinthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infaats and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor OO Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures 5iarrhoea and Wind Colic Itrelieves 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 t t r v 3- i cEMUINe CASTORIA ALWAYS I The Kind You llao Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TH CEllTAUK T1 STREET NEW CITY Besn the igaatnre of COMPANY URftAV YORE Ask Yourself the Question not use Chamberlains Pan Balm when you have the rheumatism We feel sure that the result will te prompt and satisfactory One application relieves the pain and many have been permanently cured use 25 and 50 cents sizes For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Dairy Pointers The Nebraska Experiment Station after a series of Experiments with their dairy herd draws the following conclusionsAs short lactation periods result in a high per cent of fat while long periods give a lower per cent A large flow of milk is generally associated with a low per cent of fat while a small flow gives a higher test It was found however that the amount of butter fat did not as much as the milk flow or the per cent of fat In most cases heifers with their first calf did not show as high a test as they did at a more mature age The per cent of butter fat did not seem to be changed by the food ration givenIn order to know the value of a dairy herd and its members it is nec essary to keep a milk and butter fat record of each cow from year to year Such a record will show great variation in the value of the animals and will serve as a guide in building up the herdThe cows varied from year to year in their butter fat productions The good cows were inclined to give large yields year after year while the poor ones were in nearly all cases low It was found that as a rule the variation in milk flow in individual cows from year to year was due to length of lactation and rest before freshening lactation period favors a larger milk production also long period of rest before freshening brings the same result This bulletin Nebraska Bulletin No 101 takes up also the cost of production the grains fed being those available in Nebraska figuring the market prices of both feeds and butter We publish the conclusions as followsThe amount of milk and butter fat produced depends upon the dairy capacity of the animal and the amount and quality of the ration used Cows vary in their cost of keep al so in their ability to use economically the food consumed Cows of a decided dairy type will re turn the greatest profit when fed to to their full capacity The average cost of feeding a dairy cow as shown by these records is a bout 130 per year and the total value of butter fat is about 70 leaving an average of about 40 for labor and profit in addition to the value of the skimmilk and the value of the cOt It is fair to state that the calf and manure will ballance the labor required to care for the cow and the netearnings per cow would therefore be 40 per year Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Presistmt Cough Relief Found at Last Fur several winters put my wife has been troubled with a most per and disagreeable cough which iaviriably extended over a period of several weeks and caused her many sleepless nights writes Will J Hayner editor of the Burley Colo Bulletin Various remedies were tried year with no beneficial results In November the cough again put in aa and my wife acting on the suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Reedy The result was ipdeed After three doses the cough entirely disappeared and has notman fatted itself slate This renidy te IH Why of- faL vary A long a butterfat I tent last appearance YFrrbie 1 i 25i2re e bits aki mIlk each marvelous Iir cabby For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Netes Horse Talk Cra GMK lie A correspondent asks if willow makes good fence posts They are better than nothing but they rot quickly and are not worth fooling with if anything else can be found Scolding and kicking the cows that have sore teats is a poor way to mend the difficulty Vaseline is worth ten times as much Rub it on the cracked places night and morning after milk ing Dont forget that the hens will something green once in during the winter while they are housed A head of cabbage hung up where they can get at it will be nice and finely cut clover mixed with a marsh occasionally will help fetch eggsBelieve in signs Well when ever you see a bunch of cows hudled in corner of the barnyard their backs humped up like jack rabbits and each fighting for a place in the patch of while chewing the butt ends of corn stalks it is a sure sign that on that farm costs more than it comes to The growing of no tobacco this year which has already been determined upon by the Equity Society and the of 7 per one hundred and twelve pounds which is the the in twenty years a decided increase n the average of hemp for the coming season is assured The purchase of hemp seed has hardly begun though considerable inquiry upon the part of farmers as to the probable price will be asked has been made News There is no such thing as poultry seasons Every day in the year raising should be conduced as a business If there are no eggs to sell there will be fowls If no young there may be fat and lazy hens Have somthing to sell the year around It is an old but true saying that the cow and the hens can keep a farmer going when nothing else is busy on the farm Poultry and eggs are cash at all seasons and the only reason why is selected as the best time for giv ing more attention to fowls is because other work on the farm is at a stand stillSenator J W Newman of Woodford county has introduced in the Senate a bill to regulate the breeding of live stock The bill provides that all of Kentucky live stock shall submit pedigrees of their stock to the Commissioner of Agriculture who shall sssue licenses The bills to advertise breeding stock shall be printed as follow Thoroughbred stock of standard pedigres on white cards mixed breeding on yellow cards and scrub stock on red cards Violations are punishable by fine and revocation of license The purpose of the bill is to promote the breeding industry and prevent fake pedigrees from being circulated Senator New man believes the passage of his bill results it great good to the breeding industry Grippe sweeping the country Stop it with Preventis before it gets deeply seated To check early with these little Candy Cold Cure is surely sensible and safe Pre ventics contain no Quinine no nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never appear if colds were promptly broken Also good for feverish children Large 48 tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 coots Sold by B E McBoberte appreciate awhile together sunlight dairying high rice highest poultry broilers winter breeders circulated is colds box r i AjZ i w i P L1 Tablets laxative early rt at t u In memory of Julri V L yhm who was called to his reward Jan 16h 1908 Death was due to a stroke of paralysis which he suffered last August His illness did not become critical however until two weeks ago He was born in Garrard county Dec Slrt 182o Being endowed with an unusual strong mind and with lofty aspirations to do some thing for his country he served in the English army for a number of years after being most honorably discharged from his majestys service he returned to the United States and joined the Fourteenth regulars which lie served there years After again being dis charged with honors he returned once more to his native state and was short ly afterwards united in marriage to Sarah E Logan whom with three daughters and one son are left to mourn a true husband and devoted father He was a consistent member of the First Baptist churcn in Decatur having first united with the Baptist church at Freedom Garrard county in1875He his family came to this state from Kentucky in 1884 and has since resided in Decatur Yet his to his old home and his many friends there caused him to make a great many visits to the scenes of his childhood The receptions hd met with on every occassion bespoke for him the high esteem m which he was held None knew him but to love him With always a ready expression of counsel or sympathy for old and young He will be greatly missed by all Although having lived a retired life for several years yet his influence was felt and his departure causes a void that can never be filled Funeral services were conducted at the family residence 1162 W Decatur St by the Rev S H Bowyer Who paid a glow ing tribute to his life There was a profusion of beautiful flowers in charge of Hattie Jacobs Etta Bixler Pearl and Jennie Hardin He was laid to rest at Greenwood cemetery to await the resurection morn when tbe Right eous Judge shall call forth his spirit awaiting Glory Earth has lost its look of gladness Heaven seems to us more bright Since the spirit of our loved one Took its happy homeward flight And we long to cross the river Long to rest upon that shore There to see and know and love him With the Savior ever more A Friend OSTEOPATHY Dr Rosebury the well known and popular young Ostepeotb who for some months has been located in our city has made arrangements with us for the publication of a series of inter esting articles on the subject of her profession the first of which appears belowTo those who are considering oste opathy as a means to get well instead of consulting your Medical doctor who knows no more about the science than yourself as to whether it would be to employ an Osteopath how would it do to reverse the matter and ask the Osteopath whether it is in your case to use drugs That the opinion of say one upon a subject of which he knows nothing is valueless is a fact too well known to admit of an argument but despite this fact many of us do not hesitate to sit in Judgement on subject of which we know little or nothing and without investigation class all other systems as inferior to our own Particularly is this true in regard to Osteopathy the science of which the average M D or so called regular knows practically nothing beyond its name but of which he speaks knowing ly referring to it as massage or rub bing but interrogate him and you will knowledge of the subject Being a graduate Osteopath and hav ing been associated with Osteapathic colleges during several years and com ing into personal contact with several hundred students in these colleges as well as having studied medicine these years and also from a personal acquain tence with a large number of medical students Ibelieve myself qualified to state that the Osteopathic students as a class are the equals in point of general intelligence and professional attainments to any class of Medical Students they graduate with as high standing as is required by any medical school Their course of and re quirements are far in advance of that which prevailed in the medical colleges when the majority of the M Ds or so called regulars now practicing their education I do not hesitate to recommend Osteopathy to all physicians who are willing to go beyond the narrow limits of their own school as a science possess Ing new and valuable method of diagnosis and theropentics When I re commend Osteopathy as such I do so advisedly being somewhat familiar with the teachings of the various school having associated with their physicians and attended their clinics and in no case have I found Osteo pathic principle taught or practiced- As the Osteopaths have no use for drugs they have no use for the know ledge of drugs found in the study of materia medica therefore do not study it but they dedevote more tUne to anatomy than medical students and also devote much time to the study of Osteopathic prencipies and practice which is applied Anatomy and physiology and as a result go out from college with a much more practi cal arjmamentoniam with which to combat disease their brother medic who is of materia medics but bas no idea which drug to ascertain disease all men of his class the prejedi I necessary systemS study than crammed full Y Lsytcn loyalty tits advisable received Like o c il i I WiLt PO f tif law to Cmtittl people u pi run z lu other voids he wants to do us our mothers used to do with the children when they would not take the nast y medicine hold their nose until the mouth opened for breath then It down If people will not take his medicine the doctor wants the otliuers of the law to hold their noses and him to pour it down their throats This I believe is a fair interpretation of the wishes of those in charge recent medical legislation They are to compel people to employ a cer tain kind of treatment when sick Therein just much reason ty for a law compelling everyone to use a certain kind of flour or to drink a certain brand of coffee as their is for a law compelling everyone to employ when they are sick Medicine is not such an exact science that any doctor can truthfully say that if such a drug had been given in a certain case the patient would have lived If patient always recovered under drug treatmentand sometimes died un der treatment without drugs it would no doubt be criminal neglect to permit any sick person to go without drugs or medicine No one having any regard for truth facts or statistics can deny that patients recover from serious disease without drug treatment Notice what an eminent physician says about medicine Dr A C Bernays M D of Marion Smis College StLouis says if I were to take typhoid fever I would not take a single dose of medi cine To give drugs to a well man is is very very wrong but to give drugs to a sick man is nothing snort of a crime Anatomy is a real science medicine is not but is largely theoret ical and emperic How does that sound to you This is the sentiment of the majority of the leading and physi cians of the country I give you hundreds of such quotations another one Dr Osler M D says one of the most striking characteristics of the modern treatment of diseases is the return to what used to be called natural method diet exercise bath rug and massage Another one the Father of Medicine says No in ducement will ever lead me poison nor will I ever be the auth or of such a vice Dr J M Smith M D of the New York College of Physicians and Surg eons says Digitalis has hurried thous ands to the grave All Medicines which enter the circulation poison the blood in the same manner as do the poisons the produce disease Dr S Cox M D of same college says Mercury is a sheet anchor in fevers but it is an anchor which moves your patient to the grave Augustus Callie M D in Reviews of Reviews says The common sense practitioner knows by experience that the constant frequent prescribing of innumerable drugs only ends in of his patient A working knowledge of hygiene and dietetics climate hydro and mechano therapen tics simple medication and few drugs are the successful agents in internal medicine and the sooner the physi cian will condense his Meteria Medica to a pest pocket edition the more readily will his efforts meet with sue cess in the practice of porfession Dr Chapmen M D professor in Medical School of Philadelphia says Taking drugs habitually conduces to destroy the stomach Every ache discomfort real or lmagmary must te relieved by a recurrence to some remedy till finally the powers of the stomach are wore out ana functional or structural take place He goes on and savs How can the profession escape the imputa tion of lending its contribution to this mischief When called to a case of such obscurity that no distinct idea can be formed of it how often do we go on groping in the dark pouring down drugs emperically till the stomach gives wavand derangement are added to the preexisting affliction by which the case is made of greater complexity and enhanced difficulty of cure Further he says The pre dominent estimate of the profession even among the most enlightened people leads to the delusive supposi tion that the materia medica has a remedy for every disease and that the want of success under any given cir cumstances is owing to the poverty of resource of the practitioner in atten dances Confidence to soon withdrawn should he intermit his exertions which perceiving he too often multi his administrations to avoid a dismissal or the bringing in of some other doctor who is expected will bring forth supply of Physic adding fuel to the flames The con sultation ended the new doctor brings forth his new prescriptions of more drugs With the new armv of deadly weapons he enters the field an of the case follows not satis fled however further trials of new physicians are still made and these area of the same proceeding the catastrophe is complete for the patient dies Dr M D says During quarter of a century sensible doctors have reached the conclusion typhoid fever is not a disease to be treated with medicine but in a large of cases diet and meet the indication I do not desire to attempt to prove correctness of our own system by prov ing the falsity and and fickleness ct systems of medicine but I do desire to prove that nothing we could say could compare in severity to what eminent medical practitioner have said their own system In view of the above quotation from medical sources however 1 believe that Osteopathy will be doing man kicd a service if it only the people out from its thraldom to drugs and away from Its superstitious re vence for the various concoctions nostrum which have supposedly been possesed of curative virtues but if in addition to this it affords a substi tute of real merit in relieving suffering humanity of its many ills or many of them it will be doing a double service Ostepoathy saves from drugs and in most cases cures the disease While it is true that many still have a superatitious feeling of awe for the materia medica and its specific remedy if known for every ill yet the number of specifics is admitedly small and the already large number of ailments in which the medical text book remarks Drugs in the treatment of this disease are of no avail is on the increase On the of the also there is a less superstitious feeling for the omnipitent remedies of tbe pharma copela and the tendency toward non drug methods of treatment is and more marked An Osteopath can go into acommun ity and in spite of the most bitter professional jealousy and the meanest kind of opposition up a business on the treatment He does not ask the assistance of the law to compel to patronize him Why his brother of the fraternity eek or neegthis C aId hi poor s aid most enimeut can Hlppo rates to administer detriment o derange- ments exasperation tion the last proportion bathing concerning I lte permit endeavoring i neczsi supposed afresh evermore i S vj TVScne by Sy irg Chcrnberlcirs Cough Rernsdy You will pay just as much for a hot tie of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as for any of 1 he other cough medicines but you save money in buviHg it The in whet you yet not what you pay The sure to yuu quality is in every bustle of this remedy and you get good results when you take i Neglected colds often develop serious conditions and when you buy cough medicine you want to be sure you are getting one that will cure your cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy always cures Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Nothing fights age better than happi ness If you have Catarrh rid yourself of this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop of Racine Wis to mail you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test will surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth your knowing Write to day Dont suffer longer R E Mc Roberts You can no more measure a sin by it size than a tree by its seed When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs al ways fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a pre scription known to druggists 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 come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts It makes all the difference whether life is a factory or a school to you Stop that tickling Cough Cough Cure will surely step it and with perfect safety It is so thorough I harmless that Dr Shoop tells moth ers to use nothing else even with very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung heal ing mountainous shrub furnish the curative croperties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup press Demand Dr Shoops Take no other R E McRoberts The groundhog saw his shadow and we will have six weeks bad weather A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves always And this is also true of the Heart and Kidneys Its a pity that sick ones continue to drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves not theorgansthemselves need this help This explains why Dr Shoops Restorative has and is promptly help ing so many sick ones It goes direct to the cause of these diseases Test this vital truth and see McRoberts Health Coffee is really the closes Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This the finest Coffee Substitue ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee is made from pure toasted cereals with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an might drink it for Coffee No twenty or thirty minutes boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Gill Simpson Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary of American Vetinary Medical Associa tion Kokomo Ind says The herd of hogs on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy was used was sold yesterday We give this remedy the credit for saving them Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Years Of Suffering Then Robust Health Great Remedy Cured Skin Disease of Long Standing Mr J Weber of 1065 Vine street San Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skin suffering which ended in rubust health when he found a rem dy which cured him like magic Here is Mr Webers own story In July 1900 my face began to be affected with a terrible skin disease I went to a doctor and he told me that I had been poisoned and he wanted to operate on me I refused to let him do so and after a few months ray face was an awful sight You could see that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that I had cancer Great boils would appear increasing in size and paining me terribly I begun to doctor again but no one could help me large pimples and boils would continue to come At that time I had as many as ten on my face I was such a terri ble sight that mv friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five years until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this time I tried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it had cured several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a sec ond bottle The use of five bottles cured me It has been eight months now and the disease has returned My friends ask what it was that cured me of the awful skin trouble and I answer that it was D D D which healed me We know that every word of the above letter Is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psorirsis salt rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this remedy B IMcBobeita Lancaster J a J DrShoops R E expertwho I saving cure For Infants end fnildren The Kind You Have Always Haugh- tBeaS the dSignature of This face cleared off quick by 000 I AORA tiicKfc Mrs J M DanleK or Winchester KJ says For fifteen years I bat sores on my face They got worse all the time until I was ashamed to go out on the street Vhon I did I had to wear My face itched and burned sol thought I would po crazy Ihad tried every remedy r could get hold or thought I never could get rid of it One day a friend recommended your remedy I had tried so many I did not cure but thought one more would not make very much difference Th itching and burning stopped right away and soon my face to clear It tras alow icork Bnd I amoa pot discouraged tat persisted and now my face is all clear like itwas I got the disease I had to use a great manr bottles but having my skin cured is worth tea times eo much as I spent I thank you and hope you ill kinds cl success We hereby certify that full shown us regarding this case conclusively prove that every taint of this terrible was permanently cleared away by the wonderful D D D R E McRoberts Druggist SOMETHING SHOULD BE DONE What is Causing the Increase of Catarrh in This Section In spite of the best efforts of medical men catarrhal troubles are inervasm not only in this section but all over the Catarrh is a erm disease and to cure it perm life in the breatliinjr organs should be destroyed and to do this no other treat ment has such positive and beneficial action as Hyomci the mucous meiubrane is irritated and raw and the tissues weakened then is an ideal place for catarrhal perms Breathe see how quickly it soothes the membranes vital izes the tissues and destroys all the disease perms rendering no longer pos sible There is nc dangerous stomach drugging when is used no tablets or liquid mixtures destroying digestion Breathed neat pocket in haler that comes with even out fit the healing balsams penetrate to the most remote air cells of the throat nose and lungs destroying the catarrlia germs so that quick follows Our leading druggists agree to refund the money to any purchaser of who does not find that all that is claimed for it The outfit costs but SI 00 Sold and guaranteed by For sale by R E McRobertsf The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice began b tore country When Hvomeiand llvomei thr lIyom i P 0 S T 0 aced particulars disease lodging recover it Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave H C Arnold W S Mrs Gill W J Gillispie W T Worrel John A Sanders R Burton R C Boian W R Cook P D L liD CURE THE LUNGS KILL COUCH wm4 Dr kings Nw Disco FOR coucNsOLDS T Fne PRICE e OR fromBEFUXDXDl Heart Strength Heart Strength orHeart Weakness memnsXerro Strength or Nerve Weakness nothing more ftittvely not one weak heart In a hundred Is elf actually diseased It is almost always a simply seeds and must have more power more stability more controlling more governing trength Without that the Heart must continue to and the stomach and also bare tfeeee game controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr Bboops Restorative has the past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought the cause of all this painful palpitating suffocat tag heart distress Dr Shoops Restorative this popular prescription alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds it offers real genuine heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong dl IB strengthen these nerm m naEMirt aa needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeR faultThisfail kid IMe u Al AtLTIIItOATANLIIMTMISLES GUARANTEED SATISF fait f WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more WAS UVEIIt TIME Evansville lust writes I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused 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 good and I was to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended ind the first bottle gave me great relief and alter the second bottle I entirely TWO SIZES SIc AID SLML C C J E Stormes WATCH YOUR TONGUE If Furred and Coated it is a of Trouble to Come tongue to know that the stomach is upset the head is aching with a dull rhythm and that all the looks and It have been lobster Xewbursn Welsh rarebit or some other tasty disk that looked much better at night the morning after There is no need to look at tongue thermometer then for symptoms of trouble You naturally to yourbox ofMiona and one of the little relievers bring systemTheof the time Ifit is coated with awhite fur or possibly with dark trimmings even though stomach does not tell you by the acute pains ofindigestion that it needs help that you are getting into a bad way and that there is need of Iiona Jliona is so positive so sure so reliable in its curative upon the stomach that an absolute guarantee is given with 50cent box to refund the money unless the gives absolute complete satisfaction Sold and guaran teed by R E McRoberts All The News Loud State AND National will be found Inthe Central Recorda- nd the Cnciitiati Weellj Biiirer We furnish both one year for only Leave or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky CO YEARS jl m PATENTS AByoae senates aBketeft invention free OMeat agencr or oaenrtnir patents mulmt nottc without la tile elrlRartrated weekly IBBtaUon of any cientHc Journal T 1 FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE B I20t Virginia St me much meno l1lI1 IECalfMAIl nightbefore sA eevery remedy n e 150 TRADE iG Is 1e OR Patents Patents taken Co JIIUtfkL C 1 N For over fiv ors taking warn Warning drear 1 laeaaa Dtseete- sCavesxrsaed ascertain our opinion free whether asCommunia- ttoeatrtctllcongdentlat MAil5NK e Xunakcharge t se9- itOeerety R J- S w