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CENTRAX RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 W08 i THEsioarsasta YBAn 46 1 AreYou Buster e Trust Yes YOURE the man we mean Youre always about the harm the trusts are doing The countrys going to the demnition bowwows you say because of the un curbed trusts Rich richer poor getting poorer Used to be that a poor man could go into business for himself in a modest way and make a good living Now ho must become a clerk or a roustabout or a hodcar rier for some corpora combination that has grown to bo a bigness that has devoured the fat of the land and is still gour mandizing upon it till theres not a scrap of bone left for the under HeyYou growing tionsome Goliathof talking Thats your line of talk Youre still handing it out and youre proud of it lets see Are YOU a trust buster Didnt we see you stalk up to the postoffice just now a letter with the address of a city Mail Order Store on the envelope 2 Hey Didnt we Dont you know that the Mail Order Store is a trust one of the most dangerous in the crowd Dont you that it is silently and slyly closing the doors of opportunity to the young men in country towns and small cities like ours Dont you know that the Mail Order Trust is collecting the patronage of town and country people by the mail route thereby cutting down the patronage of the smaller merchant the local man who is trying to a independent antitrust business Hey Didnt that ever occur to you N B which means note well Why dont you trade at home instead of helping to atrust that hurts your home place Wellnow YOURSELF andmail secretlyand buildup modest buildup kno- wS Local Items On Mach 1st On March 1 we have to cut off all names of subscribers who are as much as one year in arrears Uncle Sam has issued nis orders and when he fiddles we must dance Preaching at Fairview Rev G W Foley will preach at church next Sunday morning at eleven oclock Officers Make Good Catch Chief of Police Luther Herron and ex Chief Jas A Beazley made a good catch of a criminal Friday night when they arrested John Romis a fugitive from Tennessee Romis in Tennessee recently and fled to this state The local officers spotted him near Lowell where he was working on the railroad as a section hand under the name of Pink Dooligan When arrested he made no denial of his identity and will be returned to the Tennessee officials Messrs Beazley and Herron are entitled to a good reward for their splendid piece of de tective Hansford Hera Editor Hansford of the Somerset Rebublican was in Lancaster for several hours Monday having come with the family of Mrs Tram Conn who was hurried here Mr Hansford has been on the tripod in Kentucky for many years and is one of the best newspaper men in the state He the printers trade under the late Capt F J White and was a devoted friend to the latter He tells us Somer set is booming business in all branches being unusually good Mr Hansford is a fine gentleman and highly thought of by all who have the pleasure of his acquaintance The many Garrard county friends of the family were greatly distressed to hear of the death of Mrs J Tram Conn Jr which occured at her home in Somerset Sunday Mrs Conn who is a daughter of Capt Joe H Arnold of this city was widely beloved by all She leaves her husband and our chil dren to mourn the loss of a faithful wife and loving mother Mrs Conn was a true Christian woman and made warm friends wherever she was known The remains were brought to Lancas ter Monday and interred in the Lancas tsrCemetery The family have thedeep sympathy of all in their great bereve ment I I I I I I I I I I I t I I kiled a man workEditor learned Conn Fairview New Shapes PATRICIAN 1908 1908 I I SPRING OXFORDS I We have just received our 1908 Spring Styles in ladies Oxfords fresh from the PATRICIAN factories We are showing these new Oxfords in all leath ers including the new Tan Strap and Buckle Pumps which are really beautiesSee window for styles Oxfords 300 and Special styles 4 famous 350 New Styles SMITH HERRINGI cV I i A Lr By All Means Pass It A bill has been introduced in the Legirlature which provides that any injury arising from a defective shall be a lien on the abutting property and shall be paid by the own I er of the property Out of All Reason One of the smartaleck legislators has introduced a bill prohibiting any sportsman from catching over twenty four fish shooting twentyfour quail twentyfour doves and twelve pheas ants in one day That settles it and our dog and tug are for Times Cutting Down Expenses On account of the falling off in buss ness the L N has discharged seven crews and twentyone brakemen Busi ness in this line is affected like all others on account of the panic There has been some talk of moving the officers of the Paris division to Coving ton The Hipless Skirt The Richmond Register says when you see your wife or sister walking as if she were stepping over some ob high and for all the world like an old barnyard hen dont cluck cluck to her For fash ion has decreed in addition to new creations in dresses that women shall adopt the new stride It is the result of the hipless tight skirt To pull off this walk thing madame lifts her leg from the knee pointed downward just as a hen walks To become expert long practice is necessarv but the fashion bound woman does not mind a little thing like that If the new walk takes as it promises to Main street will soon look like a storm at sea the rising and failing knees giving theeffect of stormtossed waves Thinks Taft the Man Senator McCreary said in an Inter view at Washington that Taft will be the Republican Presidential nominee says a Washington dispatch There is no danger of war between the United States and Japan according to Senator McCreary who is a member of the Senate Committee on Foreign RelationsThe prominent men of Japan who have recently visited this country said the Senator have assured us that Japan entertains only the best of feeling of friendship for America and many Americans of prominence who have visited the Mikados empire lately report that there is no sign of enmity against the United States on the part of the Japanese people I do not believe there is auy good excuse for the war talk whatsoever It does a great deal of harm Newspapers Ready and Willing Harrodsburg Democrat In this issue of theDemocrat is published an ar title on The Pulpits Ally which Is worth attention Dr Goodenough seems to think that the modern news paper is just coming to a realization of its duty There is no question but that the press is rapidly progressing to a higher conception of its duty and mission in evangeling the world The editor of The Democrat has been preaching this to the press associations and to the pulpit for years The fact is that the preachers as a rule have been slow to use the great power ready to their hands The newspapers have been and are ready to give their services for the advancement of christi anity but the pulpit has not with readiness and zeal made use of the public prints as it should have done The preacher has been too much in dined to consider it immodest to ad vertise services and sermons and draw the people to them There is no question about the power of the press to reach thousands where the reaches hundreds Then why not use it for good Let the pulpit take hold of this modern power and use it for the Masters cause Squire R A Noel Dead Squire R A Noel died very suddenly Wednesday morning of heart trouble He had been ill for some weeks but nothing serious was feared and when he was taken so very ill Wednesdayhe lived only a few minutes Squire Noel was one of the bestknown men in Gar rard county having spent his life here and being prominent in both politics and matters pertaining to the welfare of the county He was a magistrate continously for 26 years serving tc the satisfaction of all concerned He en listed and served through the war in the 11th Ky Infantry He was a member of the AntiocH Christian church and lived a life which won for him the confidence and respect of all who knew him He was married to Miss Pattie Burton of Madison who th the following children survive Will T Robt L Arthur and Lewis Noel and Messdames Minnie McCulI y Mollie Long Montie Kelly Jennie Davis Funeral services were at the Lancaster Cemetery this Thursday afternoon conducted by Eld F M Tinder The Record ex tends deep sympathy to the bereaved family Sentenced To Hang Prof Robt Mitchell the well known band leader has been sentenced to be hanged at Marietta Ga for killing a man Mitchell is wellknown here He and his large family of children furnished music at Crab Orchard Springs one pavement saleGlasgow structionstepping preacher season ce w conducted The Best of Literature I am prepared to order any magazine or other publication on the very short est 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 Will Buy Rock At a meeting of the City Council Chief of Police Herron was ordered to communicate with a party at Harrods burg in regard to crushing 2000 worth of rock for the streets and action in this direction will be taken this week The council will receive the thanks of our people for this muchneeded improvement In The Editors Mail A Kansas editor mentioned that he sometimes received a letter with a V in it after the paper has contained a painstaking wedding notice or obitu ary We sometimes recleve envelopes on such occasions ourselves They usually contain a note saying En closed find two cents postage for which send us four papers which had the notice of our daughters wedding We are sorry you made such a mistake as to say the bride was dressed in pink chiffon it wasnt chiffon at all it was tulle Yours respectfully etc Stick To The Farm While it is true that a majority of the successful business and profession al men of our cities came from the farms or were more or less closely as sociated it is just as true that only a very small proportion of those who have left the farm have succeeded as well or nearly as well as if they had stuck to the plow But of those who fail we hear but little only of the very few who succeed Only about 6 per cent of the 100 young men who go up to the city attain prominence and 25 per cent do fairly well and the other 70 per cent pass through life occupy ing greater or less menial positions many of whom are not treated as well or appreciated as much by their as sociates and those over them as were the slaves of the South None of the 95 per cent are likely to attain the influence possessed by the average of the 100 who remain on the farm A Saint and a God There are more Saint Valentines than you can shake a stick at but the particular Valentine who was made the patron of young lovers seems to have been a quiet young Florentine who never did anything in particular to deserve the election When the pagan gods were given their official quietus some centuries ago some were rude enough to refuse to admit that they were dtad old customs survived the switch from gods to saints was not made in a day there was one deity in particular who had gained the of the stupid multitude and he was very impurdent when he litely asked to retire This stubborn in dividual was Cupid and his recalcitrant attitude created a scandal through out Christendom But Cupid stuck to his artillery and finally forced a compromise It was agreed that the old custom should continue but that the patron god should be changed to a patron saint and the saint selected was the aforesaid Valentine And yet Cupid seems to have gotten the best of the bargain at that it is on the saints birthday that those sen timental missives are exchanged but the pink and pudgy god clothed in nothing lo speak of except his pink ness and podginess is featured con spicuosly on the saint can have the name but the god takes the Marquis in Uncle Remus Magazine for February Much Interest Awakened There is a mighty wave of interest being taken in the school question throughout the state and we have never known both teachers and citizens to show as much enthusiasm In the allimportant matter of educa tion as at present The womens clubs over the state are taking up the ques tion and they propose to push the matter to a successful issue Representative J A Sullivan of Madison county introduced a bill that makes a complete revision of the school system Woman suffrage limited to school matters is provided for under the bill The principal changes relate to the government of the common schools Instead of three trustees in each school district one trustee is elected in each district and these trustees in each magisterial dis trict elect a chairman The chairman of the district from a county school board which Is authorized to employ the teachers The bill provides that every county shall compose one school district excepet where there is a city or town in any county which a separte system of public schools than the balance of the county outside of the city will con stitute a school district Within 30 days after the passage of the bill the county superintendent of schools the county judge and the at torney of each county will meet upon the call of the county superintendent of school and divide each county into educational divisions containing as nearly as possible an equal number of schoolchildren of school age includ ing both white and colored children as shown by the census of school coll drto tt I affec- tIOns was po postersthe gameDon common maintain county Vulcan And Chattanooga Plow Points Collars Pads Trace Chains Back Bands HASELDEN BROS FiitllJlllIiIfrg I I pLOrEilI J i j r IJ1Bec1zIe9 Arterial aM Cavity EatabMC Office on Danville Street I UNDERTAKER FULL LINE OP CASKETS ASH BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK Announcement We call your especial attention to our im mense line of 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 lat 1908 we will giving premium dishes and china but instead we will give to every customer holding 1000 worth of tickets 25c in trade This means on any article in our store below the specified amount Any customer now holding our premium tickets may call at oar stove and we will gladly redeem then with either ofthe two articles named above Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporate J Special Hamburgs and Laco discontinue t SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE HIGHGRADE ARTISTIC V Q WALL PAPERS I b Our enthusiasm over really Fine Wall Papers Las lead us into buying too much fine paper and this surplus must be sold To dispose of this overstock we will begin a Clearance Sale of all our Finest Wall Papers consist ing of more than special I 1 Ia1iiaIDlle I J J WALBErt President ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL J tM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIBHKT AMt Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Bttsitess Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS 3 S Johnson B P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders s SURPLUS r I I c THE National Bank Of Lancaster Swpiis 10000 A K DElft President J E STOBMES Vice Prest S C DENNY 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 Cafitll 50000 M K Denny A E GIBBONS SafeUDepoat Boxes Went T J HOOD 2IrxmlXtXarXtXrX XXtJOOXX1XiXlXxlJOXXI fly Accounts I FORTY THOUSAND ROLLS A T ONETHIRD REGULAR PRICE 5cts Roll At this very low price we offer 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 oOc Roll At this price you will be able to select from the very Finest Papers on the market which always sell at 75c or more while the price is now that of ordinary goods i IIOc I 15 to 25c Roll 15 to 25c Roll r = 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 The best grades of Coal in stock Wagons promptly loaded Obelisk Flour in barrels None better BANKS HUDSON quality t MMW DENTIST II Once over Herndona jewelry store IJ a et le Prest J S JOHNSON Vice e Solicit Your BusinessW DENTIST Office at residence Danville st DmIIlllf tt were due January ist Please bear in mind and call at the FURNITURE STORE and settle and obligeYour friend promptly j c ROBIN SON v CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LAN DRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster a SecondClots Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky February 14 1908 The decent people of the country are to be congratulated that the Thaw trial is at an end say many newspapers If the decent people have such contempt for such matters why in thunder do they read it The newspapers would not print such stuff if the public did not demand it Theres just about as much con sistency in the decent people knock ing on the Thaw trial as there is in the hypocrites who want to hang a fellow for taking a drink openly and above board and then keep a jug at horns There is more sham religion mock modesty and general hypocrisy today than ever before in the history of the world A special from Frankfort says friends of R L Hubble who is better known in his bailiwick as Took Hubble the hardworking Senator from the Eighteenth district composed of Lin coln Boyle Garrard and Casey counties are grooming him for another term in the upper branch of the General As sembly Senator Hubble is looked up on as one man who can carry the Democratic banner to victory in this district which is uncomfortably close He knows every bypath in the four counties and keeps in close touch with the boys The usual cut and dried prayer offer at opening the National House of was considerably out the ordinary run of matters and of the right and timely spirit when the other day the blind chaplain prayed as follows Good Lord deliver us we beseech Thee from the jingo the demagogue the bigot and all other undesirable citizens and give us in stead the patriot the statesman the broadminded generous hearted man that Thy kingdom may come and thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven for Christs sake Amen The deadlock at Frankfort con tinues and those claiming to know say there will be no election of a States Senator at this session of Legislature In the mean time ligislation has been completely block ed and no bills of any importance have been passed The expense is very heavy on the taxpayers but they can do nothing but grin and bear it The killing of Judge Jas Hargis by his son at Jackson was one of the most brutal crimes in the history of fuedridden Breathitt county it is true that Judge Hargis had been in strumental in bringing about the death of many men but this gave no right to the boy to take his life and he should be punished for the crime The Kentucky republicans are divid ed in choice as between Fairbanks and Taft for nomination for president Teddy can shake his big stick however and line up enought to carry the state his way We think so because the illustritious Ted has never fallen Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Preslstent Cough Relief Found at Last For several winters past has been troubled with a most per sistent and disagreeable cough which extended over a period of several weeks and caused her many sleepless nights writes Will J Hayner editor of the Burley Colo Bulletin Yarlous remedies were tried each year with no beneficial results In November last the cough again put appearance and my wife acting on the suggestion of a friend purchased a of Cough Remedy The result was indeed velous After three doses the cough entirely disappeared and has not man fested itself since Tills remidy Is for sale by Frisbie 1m Office for rent Apply to Mrs Emma P Grant street J t Ky I I J I I I I I led s I United m It yetIiiI r mywife I I InV rlab I I I I P p notorious p manly I n- an bottle Chamberlains mar F W i theOut1r in Count A Budget o News from Various Points is Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters BUCKEYE Mr Mike Ray sold to Robert Carter one calf for 88 50 Mr Bob Long bought ofJohn Suwell a nice saddle mare Miss Cordie Ray was the guest of Mrs B Ray Sunday Mr John Bourne is in Richmond this week on business Rev Abba Napptha preached an ex celent sermon here Sunday Mrs Alice Ray and daughter Ruth were guests of Mrs Bessie Ray Tuesday Mr Lillard Miles of Lexington spent a few days with his parents this weekMr Raymond Ray is clerking for Mr John Brown during his absence this week Mr Bob Long bought a nice bunch of shoats from Cecil Broaddus last week for 1250 Mr H Ray of this place sold Mr Davis of Sulpherwell 4500 Jbs of to bacco at 10 cts per lb Whittaker of this place sold his gasoline mill to Mr Birch Williams of Madison Co PKEACUERSV1LLE Geo Phillips has moved to Berea Miss Fannie Sutton is ill of grippe Mesdames S D ill of grippe J Quincy Naylor bought 3 hogs of Levi Lowder for 12 David Leensford is reported to be some better at this writing Menefee Elmore sold some corn Rev Bascom Ragan at 3 Levi Sowders sold a hog to T W Jones for 365 per hundred Mesdames Sam Ramsey and Hay den Naylor visited their aunt MrsOra Naylor J P Ballard is feeding 200 shocks of fodder for U D Grimes at 20 cents per Both Mr and Mrs Henry Miller are critically ill of pulmonary trobles and ills incident to age Later Mrs Miller died Saturday Uncle George Anderson our colored mail carrier is critically ill of kidney trouble and ills that come with age The Baptist brethren failed to call a pastor at their last church meeting but attended to important business John W Cummins who has been here for a time has taken up his duties asstorekeepergauger at Salvisa M F Lawrence has bought a fine Edison Phonograph which is a dandy and the best one we ever saw He gives a concert when his friends call W P Grimes had a most valuable filly to break its leg It was mending nicely when the animal got into the creek and was drowned by high water Levi Bell who is a machinist as well as a farmer is making a hemp brake to run by power It is not yet in good working order but we hope soon to see i it a success JBKYANTSVILIE Mr and Mrs J C Williams spent Sunday in Danville Miss Jennie Burnside has been relatives at Lancaster Ison will begin her school here next Monday Feb 17th Mr John Peters Dunn Jr of Mackville spent Sunday Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night Mr Virgil Chestnut has returned home after a several weeks stay in OklahomaMr Mrs J H Dunn have been visiting Mr and Mrs Ike S Dunn at Lexington Bryant was in Richmond this week for ashort visit to her daugfc Mr Wm I I and Quincy ale to visiting and Tom h re- Miss MrsJ W r Carpenter Miss Eliza F I It is by far the largest stock in Central Kentucky and 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 3 fC ter Miss Elizabeth Bryant who is at tending the Eastern Kentucky Normal School I have Clover Timothy and seea Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson The measles are still raging in this vicinity Mr R K Swope being one of the latest victims The many friends of Mr Solomon Childers are glad to see him out again after a several weeks illness Miss Mayme Ballard went to Lexing ton Wednesday to hear Sousa and to make a short visit to relatives Mr Walker Burnside was in last week on business He is contemplating locating their Mr Ike Phillips and Mr Henry Baughman of Lincoln spent Sunday with Capt W J Hogan who continues very ill Dr Bascom C Rose has been quite sick for several days Mr W C Rose was also on the sick list but is able to be out again Mr J Hogan Ballard went to Lexing ton Thursday for a short visit and to attend the Pi Kappa Alpha dance Friday evening News was received here Friday of the death of Mr Morgan Swope at his home in Missouri Mr Swope formerly lived here and is the son of Dr Ben Swope and a brother of Messrs R K Ben and Will Swope Mr Jeff Dunn was called to Lexing ton Monday on account of Messrs T H and John Smiley Mr Dunn recently purchased a half interest in the large sale stable of Mr T H Smiley The many friends of Mr Dunn wish him much success in his new business but hope he wont be compelled to leave his old home MARKSBURY Miss Eliza Ison will begin a select school at Bryantsville next Monday Mr Kelly Hogg went to Harlin county to be with his son who is quite sickMiss Mattie Halcomb who has been attending school at Midway is at home againThere will be a missionary meeting next Sunday morning at the church every body invited to come Mr James Royston has resigned his position as clerk here the vacancy will be filled by Mr Floy Herring Mr Fleece Herring was visiting his sister Mrs Vic Rice of Turnersville Saturday and Sunday Mr Albert Shouseof Yersailes after spending several days with his Henry Shouse has returned Currey Robinson who has been quite ill of pneumonia is rapidly under the attentive caretof Dr Pollard has been spend ing several days with her daughter Mrs Ed Bourne who is quite sick with Stancifer came from Lex ington Saturday to fill his regular with Pleasant Grove cnurch and was the guest of Mr Jno Simpson Mr Price Clark spent from Monday until Thursday with his parents Mr and Mrs Will Clark of Fayette county February 17 Miss son Is an up to date teacher and is very popular with both patrons and pupils Mr and Mrs H fl Bogie went to Marbury Ala last week to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Sam Hughes at that place after which they will move to Lexington The local C E of Pleasant Grove will celebrate the 27th anaversary next Sunday afternoon Miss Elizabeth Simpson who is president of this body has gotten up a very nice program in honor of the occasion Mrs John Bryant was called last week to the bedside of her daughter Miss Elizabeth who is quite ill at the home of Mrs Sam Detherige at also her niece Miss Kate Farley Mr and Mrs Detherige are quite SICK making four patients at same house Rev Shouse has been engaged in a series of meetings at Orchard school house for the past week and the meeting will doubtless continue through this week Although the I Richmond permanently w brother Rev homeMrs ElliottMrs measelsRev appointment J Richmond Trove Jrea J Blue- Grass improving boep very dlsaereeitbie MiUUlIDJJilllJ t the people have been faithful in and much good is expected resultThe working society has In the past few weeks made and sold 23 aprons these aprons are cut by a fancy pattern out of gingham or calico neat ly finished and can be used for general household work Any one wishing an apron will apply to the president Mrs Jno Woods who can at any time have one of these useful articles made to order at a very low price Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite here with us It deserves to be a favorite every where It gives quick relief in liver comlaint kidney derange ment malnutrition nervousness weak ness and general debility Its action on the blood as a through purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand alternative tonic is sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 50c 1m Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at G M Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments treat ed 11 25 tf attendance lIes Tuesdays dyspepsia The best way to get a girl to marry you is to try not to Ask Yourself the Question Why not use Chamberlains Pain Balm when you have the rheumatism We feel sure that the result will be prompt and satisfactory One application relieves the pain and many have been permanently cured by its use 25 and 50 cents sizes For sale by F P Frisbie 1m We all be stars but that is no reason why we should be clouds Health Coffee is really the closest 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 expert who might drink it for Coffee No twenty or thirty minutes boiling Made in minute says the doctor Gill Simpson Herndon HEWflON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store r cant a rW iiON II Ben 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 Cutting Harrows Hemp Reapers Feed Cutters Seperators W J ROMANS Just received New Line of Watches Bracelets Lockets Etc Ifyou wnnt a watch of any of the very best makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have them and will save you money on them Our stock of i e r y is complete and prices low Morrow McRoberts I 1IIt 1 II KOKOMO WIRE FENCE II II I II II II II II I I I IBreechingBuggyWhipsBinders Illh V t C II I I I I 0 7A nrr 1 I i 4444 o ewe I k Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffher sf Marr r Personals Mrs Mary Jennings Anderson has been visiting relatives here Mrs Wilson of Richmond is with her daughter Mrs W R Gott Mrs Horace Herndon was hostess the past week to the embroidery club Miss Jennie Burnside of Bryants ille has been visiting relatives here Miss Rella Arnold left this for Cin cinnati to learn the art of trimming hats Miss Carrie Currey is visiting Mr and Mrs William Currey of Coffey ville Kansas Mr and Mrs Herndon of Paint Lick visited Mrs Mary Frisbie SundayMr Anderson of McKinney has been visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Mr Adolph Joseph of Ohio is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond has been the attractive guest of Miss Annie Herndon London Sentinel Miss Eva Mc Millon of Lancaster is visiting Miss alive Harkleroad Mr Owen Shugars leaves this week for Clear Water Fla to spend the re mainder of the winter Messrs Mike Conn and Al Holmes of Somerset attended the funeral of Mrs J T Conn Monday Miss Sallie E Washburne of is the guest of her sister Mrs T J Price Richmond avenue Misses Margaret and Joan Mount have issued invitatiou to a Leap Year cardparty for this evening Master Commissioner J Mort Roth well is much improved and will be able to get in a few days Hon R Tomlinson returned last eek from a trip to Philadelpha where he went to attend to some legal businessMr Mrs Jno E Stormes left Saturday for Clear Water Florida where they will spend the remainder of the winter Lexington F M Tind er of Lancaster was the guest last week of his daughter Miss Delia at Hamilton College Mr and Mrs W T West announce the marriage of their daughter Ethel r Hora e Elton Louisville out LeaderRev I r I I 1 P t l I P Just You Hear SOME TALE THESE DAYS ABOUT ECONOMY Maybe youre being economical yourself Its a good thing we be lieve in it but its best to be clear as to what economy is Economy isnt buying cheap stuff because its low priced nor paying too much for good stuff because its good Real economy is measured by comparing what you get with what it costs a question of proportion not price Thats why you ought to buy our Hart Shaffner Marx clothes theyre allwool perfectly tailored correct in style You get better value and bigger returns for in these goods than any other r Batsons White Eleph nt store urlllll vir x r moneY a to Eld 0 W Darnold of Glasgow Ky to take place in April Mr J K West and wife who have been quite ill are improving slowly Mrs Della Arnold has returned from several days visit to rela tines Miss Foster of Richmond has been the guest of Miss Bruce Pumphrey this week Master W K Shugars of Stanford is visiting his aunts Misses Lillie Maggie and Bessie Shugars Miss Bessie Shugars will accompany her brother Mr Owen Shugars to Tampa Fla to spent several weeks Little Miss Marjory Ballou who has been with Misses Allie and Mary Arnold returned to her home in Stan ford Wednesday Judge J C ITemphill has gone to Louisville where he Has accepted a position Mrs visiting her daughter Mrs J A McNees of MissouriThe club meets this after noon in the library of High School Mrs R L Elkin will lead her subject is The sailing of the Fleet and its Sig nifigance A handsome picture of Hudson Fris bie appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Hudson is the bright and attractive son of Mr and Mrs F bie of this city Misses Yergie Arnold and Pocahon tas Conn are in Somerset where they went to assist in waiting on the child ren of their relative Mrs Tram Conn who was buried here Monday Mr W 0 Rigney whose leg was seriously injured by a fall last week has recovered sufficiently to come to his post of duty in the Citizens Bank although compelled to use a crutch A wedding of great interest and surprise here is that of Miss Elizabeth Gregory and Mr Jesse R Albright Mrs Albright is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W D Gregory who were residents here but moved to Braddock North Dakota in which city the wed ding took place the past week Judge and Mrs M D Hughes quietly celebrated their thirtyninth marriage anniversary Sunday The day was spent with their son Saufley at the latters farm about seven miles from town A sumptious dinner was serv ed Their many friends wish them many more years of happiness and good health Perryville HemphUl is PFris f I New Stock Jewelry and Optical Goods I line embraces the newest designs in solid gold and Jilled watches and jewelry Sterling Silver and best plated Flat and ware Novelties Souvenir Goods etc We are showing band some lines in Cut Glass Hand Painted Cnina and Clocks Our specialties will be Optical Work Repairing everything we sell to give absolute satisfaction All Repair Work done by us is Guaranteed 1 year We invite everyone to call and inspect our stock whether you making a purchase or not Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store Our Hollow J I I WatchClockJewelery OUR MOTTO Promptness Accuracy and We I j I I 11 JIIJIJ 11 1 1 I guarantee intend I Prof Lippard is pleased with the opening of the Lancaster Business College and the excellent quality of students entering There are many Otber young people who should and prepare for good positions Parents cant do better than to give their sons and daughters a through Hiaslirr education it helps them to larger success and is better than to give them money Now the opportuni tyls at your doorand saves board and traveling expenses See Prof Lippard AfaBtlOO veal calves Will pay high market price HC HamiltonU stance pt For Sal 8 room dwelling 3room store house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike i mile from church right atschool in a good neighborhood Apply to Horford Dnnn Bourne Ky Having decided to reduce my to groceries and tinware I will for the next sixty days sell best prints etc shoes clothing and notions at cost at less than city CDP welL llOtt 124 6m queenware f i business prices F The New Ten Commandments L Thou shalt not go away from home to do any shopping nor nor thy sons nor thy daughters 2 Thou shalt paronize thine own merchants that they shall not be driven from their home to find food for their children 3 Thou shalt patronize thine own merchant and also the printer and they shall patronize thee 4 Thou shalt pay their bills promt ly that thy credit may oe good in the land where thou dwellest and thy neighbors greet thee gladly then thy surplus in home banks 5 Thou shalt not knock the props from under thine own town in order to revenge on thine enemy least thou perish within him 6 Thou shalt not incline thine ear to the voice of pride nor permit vanity to overcome thy heart 7 Thou shalt spend their earnings at home that they may return whence they came and give nourishment to such as come after thee 8 Thou shalt not bear false wit ness aginst the town wherein thou dwellest but speak well of it in the ears of all men 9 Thou shall not covet thy neigh bors seed wheat nor his meat hog nor the cow nor the corn which is in his crib but whatsoever thou desirest thou shalt buy of him and thou shalt pay the price thereof in the coin of the realm 10 Thou shalt keep these teach them to thy children unto the third and fourth generation that they may be made to flourish and wax rich while thou art laid to rest with thy fathers Sam Diego Cal News FARM LABOR Hard to Get and of Poor Quallty A Suggested Remedy One of the most common complaints today coming from the farm is the incompetency of most of the farm that can be secured It Ml not to be doubted that this will result finally in the establishing of some kind of school or bureau where It will be possible for crude laborers to be made Into competent farm There are thousands of idle men in the cities in ordinary times that would be glad to go out and work in the country if they understood the work Farm work also varies so in character that one kind of a farm laborer is not well fitted to do other kinds of farm labor Thus a city man that has worked as stable man in a great horsebreed ing establishment would not be well fitted by his experience to go to work for a horticulturist When he loses his position with the horsebreeder he turns his face cityward and goes to work for some man in town If he had an opportunity to learn how to do all kinds of farm work he could readily change from one class of work to another but as a matter of fact it is not easy for a man that wishes to learn farming to get with a man that let him learn all kinds of farming Usually his work is so onesided that he makes little progress This is a matter that will doubtless be taken up in time by the in our agricultural colleges that deal with farm economics thinks Farmers Review It would be entire ly easy for some one of our colleges to start such a fitting school as an experiment with the idea of turning out annually a few allaround farm laborers who would have learned many kinds of work in the various departments of the station farm Laborers so taught would have the advantage of having been taught more correct principles of farming than is true with most la borers who pick up a good deal of error with the facts they acquire Has Good Ojrtnton f WMDMI Mea have BO orgaaixattoa is thee J world that la doing as mack for the world at the preaeat time sad for civ ilization tile Nattoaal of Womeas dab sail Prof Zevblis of Chicago la am adirsss at Mlaaeap 11 He sale that woiaam ta mot only troatwr jaaataDr tat she is superior a physically aad the of her ty with awaleat aa a she la la every rssjict Ms pajseise th wife deposit commandments and laborers laborers greatly Will departments I experiment to eq I agricultural oaf Federation day w K r In addition to being one of the best citizens and cleverest men in Lancas ter our good friend Jacob Joseph is also a most enthusiastic lodge man He belongs to every secret order except the toll gate raiders and night riders He is a useful man in every way and our artist brings out the fact that he does his full duty when meal time arrives Business Items Buggy and harness very cheap 2t W J Romans I am agt for the famous plaster Sacket board Good as ceiling or ter cheaper than either tf H C Hamilton This day the firm of Northcott Hagan have desolved partnership B L Hagan retiring 2t Lancaster Ky Jan 8 1908 Kokomo Fence 30 cts per rod 2t Romans Velocopedes and tool cttesl Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans For Sal A young jersey cow in good flow of milk M Tinder Batter butter milk fresh sweet milk skim milk and sweet cream for sale at the Creamery Telephone 142 Enter the Lancaster BusinessCollege at once its the 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 money on all of building ma terial especially on doors windows and furnishing tf Hamilton Magee Lost Silk umbrella Was lost on street for return to Central Record office For Sal I will sell or exchange my property for other property either in town or coanty Thompson 3t Ptonty 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 Danville street one from town Possession given immediately Mrs Ellen Poor Silver knives folks an en Bros Wanted A gentle combined horse or mare from four to six yenrs old National Bank of wagon s W J 2t Richmond on U H F BobiDloQat 2t tf H n Bros Residence rile J F b h I have Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seed Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson A Close Contest My neighbor on one side is a young father and on the other a musicmad amateur and between their praises of their respective possessions I am nearly crazy Whats the trouble One has a grand baby and the other a baby grand Baltimore American Forced Upon Them Secretary of bad am sorry to say that the cost of getting out our product has increased ten per cent President of deeply it The public will blame us now for the increase of 40 per cent which we shall be unavoidably compelled to make in our prices Chicago Tribune The Main Thing She earnestly would you die for me He rapturously Darling you know I would She artlessly Reggy how much life insurance do you carry Balti more American Subtle Retort Prospective you to be let with the lodgings I am to be let alone Judge The Kind That Dont Behave Alice Its a fine thing to have good eyes Alicia Yes but its lots better to have naughty For Sal Three or four old fashioned round and square post Mrs Pat tie Anderson tf Ar Your Hens Laying Mine 70 New year day average of 75 first ten days of January you have 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1907 1 setting 75 settings settings 200 4 300 per 1000 2500 Chicks lOcts each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders Satisfaction guaranteed Barred Bocks exclusively no ducks no turkeys j Walton done in residence three miler on old Danville Pike 3 also sell Incubators Brooders chick lead and Poultry BuppUas tf I trnstI sameI regret LodgerAre MaidNo onesJudge bedsteads Are myBarred 125 per tOO t rY Reginald E Moos r Copyright 1907 by MareHut Schaffner f5 Vulcan Plows and REPAIRS Special Sales Saturday on Buggy Robes Guns Heating Stoves and Granite Ware J R Mount Co Special Sale ox Stationer Greatly Reduced Prices We have DUmber of boxes of nice Stationery where the box only is slightly soiled that we are now closing out at cost The paper is IB perfect condition Come early and get the pick of these bargains 9 H OO oooO I ON S sPloys a ad Repairs ooooooco s Frisbies OOC DRUG STORE B E McBoBEBTs Presfc J W Ecxosx Carter J C EDBAHKS Vice PresTt B L BURTON 2nd V PresL D A THOMAS Amt Cuhi The Garrard Bank Trust Co IHCORPORATKD It in the aim of this institution to meet every reaaoaabfe of the public of a banking nature Btuiped with Iklatest Iqpmei Urgtefmt TaftviSife officered and counseled by a directorate whose Integrity and ba ness experience are too well knows to need catioalay we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment PromMM these threw we invite personal interviews or correspondence looms to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are awtkalar Jy adapted to handling farmers payer For the custody Of your yaluabtes stone tnetf or Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seta to be appreciated DIRECTORS KyIancaateltr requirement HKHeradoB V A Lear W W Owe LLawson B Cook The H JHHaseMM A B Jr TJ ELW T Logaa PrIce Bro ie BubD Jt WG L Z1kI- aBL Berta- Ir K Perkins J C Hempnill H V lUll T a R LIutoa 11Rtkie w A Ze tjng tig Stomachs andBowels of IM VIS HILBREV ncssandftsLCoatainsneHJier OpunMorphine KOTXARCOTIC fZ5j Remedy for lion Sour Diarrhoea WonnsConyuIsk iisFeverjsh oess andlOSS OF SLEEE ffecSurie Signature of I NEW YORK t b months old EXACT COWOFWRABPEB Promotes estionCB 1JOI tItJUslIr siG nnr 71 Hr AMeta11c1rcparaflonforAs vaaictzPJ7raz tI All Skin Troubles Vanish when DDD isrightly used Care the skisthrough We carefully the mer its of this before putting it in stock and now recommend in the highest term The r best skin specialists endorse D D D RE McRoberts treatment tileskill investigated prescription VI T p CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kiud Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA THE ccs1au COMPANY NEW CITY You Have YOR E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED r We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment CAPITA 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIRECTORS I M COY B O GDYN WOODSJ B FREE R L ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS EL WOODS w C FISH Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Farmers AttentionI can Insure your Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I I I Our p Tobacco FREE U By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7anyone I J w Skin Cancer Curedis what Dr C M H Wrights brother Mr O L Hayden writes DDD me of skin ror which I had used X Ray wit seemingly satisfactory results while I believe in treat meat I must say that the brokeontagain IthenusedDDD Eczema remedy persistently sow there is not a sign left of the disease o I HAYDEN March 81 1900 Capron Ill Were cured but the XRaY and After XRay Had FailedShowing of skin diseases yield to that harmless ex ternally used liquid D D D Prescription Read what aprominent lady physician rcforts regard ing lIds remarkable case Free from prejudice this widely experienced fhysidan for 40 years a prominent practitioner recommends D for skin diseases DR WRIGHTS STATEMENT I have worked for many years in harmony with the physi cians in surrounding towns and hesitate to appear in print but I shaH speak my tatad Mr O IX Hayden is my brother and hit cure by DDDcame under my personal observation Other patients suffering from skin trouble have used your remedy with good success I always keep a bottle with me and shall be glad to speak a good word for yourjpreparation whenever I can MRS DR C M H WRIGHT r D D Presc- riPtion to any sufferer from skin disease who has not yet tried D D D a sample bottle free Write direct to iJUICe 112120 Mickigaa St Dept CHcareUL Im Presideatial Year 1908 Those Who Went the TRUTH Should Read An Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1908 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY FREE A New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas Fm Isaac ti Aigis E WillsnShelby AU of Kentacky8 Governors The 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first in everything has the most State news aad beat market reports A daily newspaper for the home the Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Pike ta Aft art Eratof tat m Ws Piper Hemispheres information ow 7ii iT f J a 4 t For the Pannes i Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Summers near Sonora sold a couple of good mules for Clarence Summers of Hardm county last week bought a pair of old coming mules for 370 Mr E II Wise of reports sale of six coming two year old mules for each also three cotton mules for 410 On nine acres of land near Ewing this state Judge W F Howe raised 18270 pounds of tobacco and sold it to the American Tobacco company for 268450Chas of Winchester bought an aged mule for 165 last week Joe Lindsay of same place sold a mare mule to Lexington parties for 175 At Georgetown county court day Chas Thompson of Lexington bought eighteen mules at 150 to 21250 and L Beard of same place bought one pair of small mules at 300 A number of mules were on the streets of Columbia Tenn last Mon day and while no Southern buyers were on hand local buyers picked up a number The best price reported was paid by Jim Fly to Jack Granbery fpr a pair of black threeyear old for 425 Lexington R Early who recently bought the Chenoweth farm on the Maysville pike is preparing to put in a seventyacre hemp crop and began Thursday to break up a field that has not been ploughed in forty years This field has been in grass all these years being used as a pastureHarrodsburg Herald Auctioneer McGinnis reports court day sales as follows About 100 cattle on the mar ket long yearling steers brought 4 cents a pound heifers 14 to 17 cows 20 to 30 Horse market dull and few offered a few selling at from 40 to 60 mules 65 to 85 An extra bunch of heifers sold at a head Danville hard times have not effected the price of good stock is evidence by the fact that good animals are bringing the same high prices as of yore Mr John E Baldwin one of our bestknown and most successful farmers sold this week to the Standard Oil Company a pair of mules for the neat sum of 425 This does not look at all like panic time Richmond Register Mr A B Scan Ian of this county has broken the record for the sale of tobacco Last week he disposed of his entire crop in the Lexington market for an average price of nineteen cents This is the top notch price on record for so large an amount which totaled 3800 pounds Some of this brought as high as 24J but the average of nineteen is conceded to be the best ever recieved for one entire crop KentuckyIf crop of 1908 is cut out it means an Increasing crop of other kinds The thirtysix hundred acres that usually is put into tobacco will not furnish employment for the labor usually given to tobacco if put into corn or hemp and if some other crop that requires more labor could be sub stituted it would be well Why not try a canning factory Our soil will grow almost anything and these in stitutions almost invariably ones Some of our land could put in broom corn for which there is ready sale as paying prices The money from farming is in diversifi ed crops and the community would be better off in the long run if another stalk of tobacco should never be grown in the county 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 the 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 Greatest of Nuisances Did you ever consider how much trouble and turmoil in the world is stired up by and you will be surprised Investigate and you will find that nine of the ten fusses and quarrels that you know of in your town or neighborhood were started by loafers who had no business of their own to attend to and busy with other peoples affairs The old juvenile proverb that finds some mischief still for idle hands to do is as true as the gospel There can be no such thing as absolute idle ness Activity of some kind is essen tial to existance Men and women have to do something and when they have no work of their own to occupy their minds they get busy with the affairs of others and make trouble always This applies to the women loafers as well as the idle latticing men Suffering Dollars Saved E S Loper of Mirilla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by BucklensArnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars Itis by far the best healing salve I have everfound Hgalsburns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at E E McRoberts Druggist o rcr l t Traderand r B C 16250 Shelbyville 150 r LeaderR 1875 AdvocateThat J oftobacco I centS maqs are paying profitably be organs themselves R E lo f ls Do it carefully sogot satan I W 0 J 1 three year IiiS 5ir JlUfiiu Kentucky and Big Sandy have been nrepared by Representative Langley of the Tenth District after with chief of engineers The appropriation for the Kentucky River will amount to 41o G50 It would c rry slaclc water to Haattyvilleand into the coal fields The scheme of improve ments prepared for the Big Sandy River contemplates the erection of of the additional jocks and dams on each fork of the river Two hundred thousand dollars is made immediatel available for the work and 800000 more authorized In Memoriam Such a solemnity seldom falls over a larger number of friends and relatives than was caused by the sad news of Mr Roy Arnolds death He belonged to one of the largest and best families in Kentucky He leaves three broth ers Mr Joe Arnold Mr Thompson Arnold and Mr Clay Arnold He also leaves six children Alex of West Virginia and the remaining five of this county Thompson Roy and Mesdames Ben and Will Swope J Wesley Walker and Ben Lear All that loving hands could do was done but he prayed the Lord to remove him from this world of sin and sorrow and testified daily of feeling the presence of God and seeing the loving hand of his loved ones beckoning him to the bright Home not made with hands He said at the last Let me can see the brightness that my soul has longed for these twenty years and my soul is being f transplanted to my Heavenly Home eachchiid his dying blessing and asked eacli to pro mise to meet him inHeaven He was in hissixtythird year and a great suiT erer for a year His wife was Miss Edna proceeded him to the grave twenty years ago His funeral services were conducted by Rev J H Williams of the Methodist church and he was laid beside his wife in the Lancaster Cemetery We heartily sympathize with the bereaved ones and bid them look to Him for comfort Who doeth all things well Our hearts shrink back from trials Which the future does disclose Yet we never have a sorrow But what the dear Lord chose So lets send the coming tears back With the whispered words He knows A Friend 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 Only Lost One F P Clav Jr Paris Ky says I have had great success with Bourbon Poultry Cure On several occasions have cured chickens that were toosick to walk or stand up Have lost but chicken this year Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Had Lost Hope L G Botkin Paris Ky says I had had no hopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not eat 1 drench ed them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and did not lose a hog Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Astigmatism from Reading in Bed Astigmatism which is a condition where the refractive powers differ in the different meridians of the eye is in most cases hereditary but it is often acquired says a writer in Health The error of acquired astigma tism often takes place during and after a severe illness and can be avoided by proper precautions The whole system is in a weakened condi tion and the person so afflicted being confined to the house will resort to reading to pass away the time and this is often practiced while in a position There can be more injurious than this practice Reading under these conditions overburdens the muscles and the action of these muscles upon the form of the eye causes an irregularity in the curvature of the cornea which is known as astigmatism This is detri mental to distant vision and makes reading and near work difficult A Cane in Defense If you want to keep off holdup men said an old detective to the ob server carry a cane A holdup man is more afraid of a cane than he is of a revolver Hes deathly afraid that the man carrying it will jab it in his face or eyes or get the end of it In his mouth On this account theyre just as much afraid of a small light stick as they are of a heavy one There are so many different ways of using a cane that a man doesnt know just which way to guard And any man can use Nine men out of ten who carry revolvers couldnt hit the side of a barn with them and the holdups know it but it doesnt take any skill or practice to learn to slambang away with a stick Character Character is consolidated habit and habit forms itself by repeated ac tion Habits are like paths beaten hard by the multitude of light which go to and fro The daily restraint or indulgence of the nature in the business in the home in the imagination which is the inner of life creates the character which whether it be here or there settles the destiny Men forget what life is for Their consciousness takes in only the transient passing show They forget that experience is the only all important factor That character is worth more than all else the world can possibly very all materials of circum stance Western Catholic 1pr Tie i rs i tit L d Lie the goI Loganwho oneold reclining nothing agains- tIt it walk- Ing footsteps laboratory fiims yieldthe objector c or 7 Th consultation He gave 4S Ie Ccueh ftemesy You will pay much fur a hot tie of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as for any of t he other cough medicines bet you save money in buying it The saving in what you get not what you p y The sure to cure y u quality is in every bottle of this remedy and you get good results when you take it Neglected colds often develop serious conditions and when you buy a cough medicine you want to be sure you are getting one that wiil cure your coW Chamberlains Cough Remedy always cures Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle For sale by F P Frisble lm When a man admits that he has made a fool of himself he cant why the rest of the world does nt share his astonishment Lend a man money and he will be grateful enough to more New York Times The Jumping Off Place Cousumption 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 Im provement 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 SOc and 00 at R E Mc Roberts druggist Trial bottle free lm 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 sufier longer R E Mc Roberts The only way you could find the brains of some people would be with a club When theStomach 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 The Sunday dinner demonstrates that the better the day the better the feed Stop that tickling Cough DrShoops Cough Cure will surely step it and with perfect safety It is so 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 piess Demand Dr Shoops Take no other McRoberts Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary of American Vetinary Medical 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 Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Preventis before it gets deeply seated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tat lets is surely sensible and safe Pre ventics contain no Quinine no laxa tive nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never appear if ear ly colds were promptly broken Also good for feverish children Large box 48 tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by R E McRoberts Who Will Be President This is a presidental year and every man must read to keep post ed on politics The Courier Journal Henry Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the newz as it developes One dollar a year is the price of theWeekly Courier Journal But you can get that paper and theThe CENTRAL RECORD One year for 1 50 If you will give or send your to this paper Not to journal Daily Courier Journal a year Sunday 200 a year We can give you a combination cut rate on these ifyou will Write this paper n H LIro1 just as I understand returnfor 1 J thoroughly R E Association I W terson 600 CourierJournal I Zii A3ti b cleci a order theCour- ier Ca g TT l fk ri t For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always BougM Bears the Signature of fOR Doctor The Itch Where the Itch is Dont Dose the Stomach to Cure Those all ted with Eczema psorit sis salt rheum or other skin disease of a similar nature should never dose the stomach to rid themselves of tLe terrible They should doctor the itch where the itch the skin through the skin not through the stomach Eczema and other diseases of a kin dred kind are skill blood diseases Science has shown that Eczema is caused hy germs in theskin and that the disease can be eradicated only by killing the germs Dr Decatur D Dennis was one of the first physicians to follow out the germ theory in skin diseases Then he dis covered that by mixing oil of winter green with other soothing agents he had a liquid prescription which IcillEd the germs and cured the awful itch leaving the skin white and smooth Since that time this D D D Prescrip tion has been the standard remedy for skin diseases just as D D D soap is the standard high grade skin soap The first few drops of D D D give instant relief from the terrible itch and from the frightful burning of the diseased skin So reliable is this D D D remedy that hundreds of physicians prescribe it It is a wash as thin as water and as mild and as pure which is applied to the diseased portion of the skin Mrs Frances Richmond of Milton Trimbe county Kentucky writes My little girls fingers were sore al most to the bone from Eczema I used part of the sample bottle of D D D Prescription received from you and now they are well It is a wonderful skin remedy We carefully investigated this D D D Prescription before recommending it to our neighbors and patrons and a long experience we are more than ever convinced of its wonderful merits R E McRoberts Lancaster You neednt decide now but call at our store anyway and we will show you how this D D D Prescription gives instant relief from itch WORSS THAN ONIONS Bad Breath From Irdigestion Can not Le Overcome With Perfumes All of us suffer from bad breath sometimes our own but oftener that of our friend- sXineteaths of this bad breath comes from soiruj stonach trouble and cannot be overcome by breath pcrfumc3 cr any other measures If occasionally have a bad breath if there flatulence and acid of undigested food if tlu stomach burns or smarts if there is sleeplessness nervousness headaches cr of the many symptoms of mili gestion use and get well is not a mere digestive nor a physic but a tonic remedy that strength ens muscles of and bowels so that the flow of gastric juices is increas cd and the food is digested naturally and docs not stay in the stomach to ferment and breath Our leading druggfsts have seen so cures made Miona stomach tablets that give v guarantee with every 50cent box that the money will be refunded if the remedy fails to give satisfaction They take the whole rLfc7 and a box of Miona will not cost a penny unless it cures you 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 I Ecz rna tch iscure diseasesnot after guI1n nV iona b they POSTED I OU WS Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G W Sweeney J D Nave H C Arnold Anderson- J Mrs PD Gill W J Gillispie W T Worrel John A Sanders- R L Burton R C Boian W R Cook KILL COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS THE WH Dr lingS II IINew Discovery OLDS PRIcE lie ct Free LOt Tiw Isn OR wornBfFUNDXD Weak WomenTew- eaktad aflinjrwosen there is atleast ona way to bel But with that way two treatments must be combined One is local one is but both are important both wtiittDr Shoops Night Cure is the Dr Shoops Restorative the Constitutional Thefonner Dr Snoops Sicht Cure fa atopical BUCOU3 membrane suppository remedr while Dr Shoops Restorative is wholly an internal treat mont The Restorative reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of aU Berre all tissue and all blood ailments The Cure as its name implies does it work while yon sleep It soothes sore and inflam ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharges while the Restorative eases excitement gives renewed and ambition builds up wasted tissues bringing aboot renewed trength vigor and energy Take Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or asa general tonic tothe system Dr Shoops Night CureR E MCROBERTS 01ALL DIOAT AND LUlCTllUBLES GUARANTEED Night lorlQtiiUveJoca1Mlpaswell F oe J O iAPTSPAGTOB1 constitu- tionaL CURES Coughs andColds Pneumonia and Consumption Ftteys HoMy Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re sults from a cold f There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lunftrouble if Fetchs and Is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumomla when Fo ysNay nd Tnt will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs I Remember tb name F feyrS Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chaacma with some unknowm preparation tbiA costs you the same whsx you can F feyc ifoney 84 Tar that y U M attT is are and certain d results Contains a opiates Cured Aftnr PfcysteJan saW Ma Had Consumption E H Jones Pastor II E Church Grove SW writes About seven or eightyears ago I had severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample ol Foleys Honey and Tar which gave ma so much relief that I bought some ol the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had anyi trouble with my throat or lungs sine1 that time Three sizes 2Se SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the smalt and the 100 bottle almost six times s much Sill liD 1EC8MME1KD It SAYS IT IS FACT Leading Druggists Confirm on Hyomel Cere for Catarrh The been rniswl as to whether or no druggists ia this town w refund the money it a Ilvoniei outfit IH not all that L claimed for it in riiriusc catarrh they want to state positively that tht guarantee akohitr fcwr A guarantee like thL is the Inst pr io that can lie as ciirativ powers of in ait calarrhal tranMs Yon ik not risk a cent in testing virtues your takes alt tk iikIf have catarrh try this weiufirrful medicated air of Ilvomei It rfinrs nor ilruic or tleniE e tilt tomurfc I t i breathed thrown a neat WtdUrl r slT that comes with every outfit s k medication reaches the st air evils In the norv throat an t litiwrs en any caarrhal sernrk mtV IM Sirkiiir I fiuuklv 5rov them hoof nail 5tc tht till irritated auoou rwmhrane an t vital izes the tis iesso that catarrh is nrvft er posnMe Vo ran Io e nothintr t jrrvinic Hvomoi a trial nothing hut tat catarrT tha i ri r Ianfe- Tfr of the complete outfit is Ii IOO rothiiij if It fails to curt Get an outfit and hesaa Its use at once blii and rtarantf l v R E McRoberts All The Nets Local State Notional will be found inthe Central Record and the Cincinnati Weeilj Enquirer We furnish both one year for only Leave or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS Designs Anyone sending asketch aaddescription quickly our whether a Invention Is probably patentable Communion oaPatents free Oldest for lecartnir patents Patents taken through Munn Co receive eteiot softer without charge tothe BMticttfcawfoomely Illustrated weekly any scientuic Journal foarmonth 0 U e tULt 1S gAMriIIUi I and TAR t PREVENTS and e Yeas Tar coughsthe t goY costa- e and t I c c T E Stormes do ian to the itttrru t t neT t i r Plo 150 TRuE l UOM ret t Taree elf a of rum 1 newsdes CL3II J avery size Guarantee having a uivoinei von rtm IL today AND iLi Copssvsc free 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