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EIOBTXBXTa TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 IU08 o RgCORD N Imt4THEy1S 1 PATJf AN I 1908 1908 I SPRING OXFORDS I New Shapes I We have just received 1908 Spring Styles in ladies Oxfords fresh from the fa mous 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 350 Special styles 4 our New Styles SMITH HERRINGI AI ro 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 his orders and when he fiddles we must dance A Central Kentucky Base Ball League has been organized composed of the following towns Lexington Frankfort Shelbyville Versailles Lawrenceburg and Richmond Communion Services The celebration of the Lords Sup per will be observed at the Presby terian church next Sabbath morning The usual preliminary or preparatory services will be held on this Friday evening at 715 oclock Will Locate In California Stanford Journal The firm of J R Harris Co which had fine patronage at Turnersville will be no more after April 1 Messrs J R Harris and John F Cash who compose it have sold tbe stock to Lutes Bros and they will greatly increase the stock when they take charge Mr Harris will likelv locate in California The large stock barn of J E on Flat Lick pike was blown down a few ago and on the same night the residence of Mrs SaL lie F Pence known as the Andy Rice place suffered a considerable loss by fire both were insured in the Con tinental and a prompt and satisfactory settlement was made through their agent Ed C Gaines Death of Former Lancaster Man The Rolla Mo HeraldDemocrat tells of the death in that city of Capt C R Millard which occurred on the 2ncl Capt Millard resided in Lancas ter for many years being engaged in the dry goods and clothing business He was born in Tennessee and served in the Confederate army He moved to Parsons Kas in 1876 where he was engaged in business for some year Capt Millard was a very popular man in Lancaster and had many friends among the older citizens who will re gret te hear of his death The Electric Theatre The electric theatre in the Sweeney store room is delighting large crowds and proving the source of much pleas ure and amusement to the people The moving pictures are as good as can be seen in any of the large cities and with the complete change of program each night gives much pleas ure to our people A small admission a charged These entertainments will be given every Friday and Saturday night The is owned by Messrs G M Patter son and Alex Walker two of our en terprising citizens This is one of the most wonderful inventions of the age and you should not fail to see it The Weather If anyone ever experienced more disagreeable weather than the people of Central Kentucky have been up against for the past few weeks he should hold his tongue for should he begin to tell of anything more objectionable he would at once be classed like a fisherman a Sunday only Christian or a practical politician We have had snow biting winds and an occasional smile from Old Sol the whole being cut up into small bits about the size of the ingredients of boarding house hash One day a fel low can get oat without his overcoat while the next morning the wind will be as cold as a stepmothers heart Kentucky may be thegarden spot of the world in many respects but with all due love to our mother state excuse us on the climate We get both ex cold as charity in winter and as hot as the moneylovars final restingplace in summer Muddy Streets Dirty Pavements The mud on the streets and has been worse this winter than ever before This is attributable to the fact that good rock can not be obtained and that used on the streets has been of a soft quality that grinds into a powder when run over by heavy wagons This same trouble exists in all Kentucky towns as it seems to get rock hard enough to stand the wear and tear Some people say the rock used days withstood the wear but these wiseacres must stop and remember the fact that every class of vehicle us ed today is from twice to three times as heavy as those used some years ago Fault is not so much with the rock as heavy claw of wagons hauled over it Then again there is twice as much hauling today as was done fifteen or twenty years ago Another cause of the mud and dirt is from the use of machinery to break or more properly speaking crushing the stone The crusher crushes all right but the people get the dust and dirt caused by the crushing The Becord would suggest that criminals be made to break rock in tbe oldtime manner thus placing good rock on the high ways and serving as a warning to hose inclined to violate the laws of he land I have Clover Timothy and Blue seed Also Northern Seed Oats Hudson J Hammond feeonly dimeis tremesas I pavements I I n by gone GraM fit I KI I I nights F I I machine impossible Banks s l The Best of Literature 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 Coming The last and most popular attraction of the season will begs ven by W C T U at the Court House on Friday night March 6th Reserved seats 50c at McRoberts Drug store General admission 35c children 25c This en tertainment has been produced over 3000 times in Europe and America and the press is replete with notices that prove it to be a splendid at traction and full of humor music and pathos Dont miss it Best show of the season at Court House Friday night March 6 3t Farm and Stock Reports say there were 87716 hogs on the Chicago market last Monday the heaviest run on record H A Yokely of Giles coHntjsold at Columbia Tenn a fine pair of coming 3yearold mules at the good price of 415 and an extra good 4 year old at 250 He also bought about twelve mules at satisfactory prices A W Pedigo of Glasgow bought one mare mule from Arthur Taylor of Columbia at 80 and one cotton mule from William Hatcher at 125 Graner Grissom sold to Sam Barber four horse mules 151 hands five years old for 600 Allen Walker bought one pair 4 yearold mare mules of Bobt Simp son of Elroy at 300 An educational train is touring Georgia in the interest of better farm ing and of Agricultural Education The train is being operated jointly by by the Georgia State College and the railroads of the State The itinerary will cover about 3000 miles and will occupy about a months time That hemp will feature strongly in the crops raised in 1908 seems assured from the large acreage now being leased for the growing of that com modity Next to tobacco and almost on a par with it hemp is regarded as a money crop Now that there will be curtailing if not a complete of tobacco from products many farmers who fornerly depended upon it for their main crop look forward to the fibrous plant for this year Here is the way the Dover News figures the cost of tobacco producticn We have the figures at this office show ing what it costs to raise five acres of tobacco The figures were made by one who is supposed to know According to these figures it costs a tenant 278 90 to plant cultivate and market a crop of 5000 pounds If this should be sold at ten cents a pound the tenant would receive for his one half of the crop 250 By the time land lord figures the interest on his money repairs to his barns taxes exhaustion of land etc a good sized hole will be knocked it his wad Farmers Home Journal Louisville Total sales in this market last were 406 hhds against 3369 hhds sold in corresponding week of last year Total receipts last were 1925 hhds against 2500 hhds received on corre sponding week of last year Rejections last week were 303 hhds 12 per cent of the auction sales against 11 per cent the preceding week Of the total sales 2055 hhds were Burley and 1971 hhds were Dark tobacco The warm soft weather this week has an increase in receipts and offer Lugs Thursdays break contained 1041 hhds all Burley except 36 hhds The State House sold a crop of 15 hogsheads Shelby county Burley made an average of 8 hogsheads Washing ton county which average 14 75 Tobacco Growers Attention Having been asked several times the will you insure tobacco for me this year I want to state that so long as the condition remains as it is now in Garrard county I will but on ly for those who place their entire pro perty In the company they ask to carry the hazardous part of their risk tor it is hardly fair to ask one Com pany to take the worst part of the risk or that which some other agent cant handle Assuring all my patrons who want to have their tobacco 1 am willing to protect them J H Kinnaird Agent tf tf 3t omission I for caused which question insured shortest IIcare I ia XERCISE thee clothes that you would ia buy lag a hoase yoa live in both There no ex case for a looking baggedat the knees wearing a coat that sags at cellar drags forlornly dewa m front If you get your clothes itweathapaeato you Globe Csaa i jclothes are right they fit Oar are dbals I with er the e Ana here fit H T I ncasters I eading Clothier LOGIN J 1 iJ m m We can furnish any grade ofL1 9 I PLOW GEAR Let Us Show You HASELDEN BROS i1 I s j 1 II JI13edz1e Arterial ail Cavity ErtabMg Office on Danville Street UNDERTAKER FULL LINE OF CASKETS ASI BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS STOCK Announcement We call your especial attention to our line of tacos 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 ist 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 our store and we will gladly redeem them with either ofthe two articles named above Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporated I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIII 1111111111111111 Special llahnrg and discontinue immense a z Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffher Marx5 and PULLED IN OFF THE STREET to have your measure taken for a so called tailor made suit that WONT FIT when you get it A Pig in a Poke in other words but go straight to Put on one of those beautiful Hart Schafner Marx suits that FITS and you can see it fits Store ITS ALL WOOL AND GUARANTEED TO WEAR A A v LWii be I I I H SA T SON ivvr ar rv M LEADONT The White epa P i Boost the Booster Thats the official slogan of a certain town in Arkan ers has doubled its population since the 1900 census BOOST THE BOOSTER The Arkansas town had been quarreling among itself M te Ma I iiD sas which through boosting itself and boosting its boost U t t e N for years and standing still It had boosters but it had others who refused to boost the boosters refused to stand by them and yell Good it up BOOST THE BOOS TERFinally the town got together with itself or ganized a Boost the Booster Club and be gan to boom Now its principal thoroughfare which was a streak of mud is a stretch of as phalt and it has new buildings to match Now everybody boosts the booster and booms the boomBOOST THE BOOS TER This town might take a hint from that one We have our town boykeep tti N t 4a a v r l town has some But sometimes they get discouraged because of opposition right here in our midstBOOST THE BOOSTER Cut out the criticism Quit the queering Boom the Boom Then watch the old town perk up and plunge You can see it move WHEN YOU BOOST THE BOOSTER YOU BOOM THE BOOM boostersevery forward i s r i r iI Just OD n J New Stock Jewelry and Optical Goods Our line embraces the newest designs in solid gold and filled watches and jewelry Sterling Silver and best plated Flat and Hol low ware Novelties Souvenir Goods etc We are showing lines in Cut Glass Hand Painted China and Clocks Our specialties will be Optical Work WatchClock Jewelery RepairingO- UR MOTTO Promptness Accuracy and Reliability We guarantee 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 in tend making a purchase or Jewelers and Opticians FrisbieAt Frisbies Drug Store J handsome I I I I 1 J i note ric Prof Lippard is pleased with the opening of the Lancaster Business College and the excellent quality of students entering There are many other young people who should enter at once and prepare for good positions Parents cant do better than to give their sons and daughters a through business education it helps them to larger success and is better than to give them money Now the opportun ty is at your daor and saves board and traveling expenses See Prof Lippard HC Hamilton Want 100 veal pay highest J h 11 calves Will market price U r For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room all out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass in good repair on the pike i mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morford Bourne Ky Having decided to reduce my to groceries and tinware I will for the sixty days sell best prints 6Jc shoes clothing and notions at cost queensware at less than city pric i Powell iOtt i i storehouse land- aU 124 6m business I I C D Dunn next Gossip About PeopleII A Brief Mention ef the Comings and Gewjs by Those We Are la Mr J M Rothwell is spending a week at Crab Orchard Gaines was in Lexington Tuesday on business Mr Clay Kauffman is visiting his mother Mrs H C Kauffman Mrs Mariah Kirby hasreturned from a visit to relatives in Barbourville ot Lexington is visit log her brother Mr J W Sweeney Capt T S Elkin who has been quite ill with gripp is improving slowly Mrs Charles Davis is again with her parents Mr and Mrs Jocob Joseph Mrs Ada Kinnaird was in Cincinnati this week buying spring millinery goods Mr Horace Walker of S College spent Saturday and Sunday with his motherMiss of Madison County has visiting nor sister at the Simp son House Mrs B L Hubble and pretty daught er Mattie Lee were visitors in Frank fort this week Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have from several month stay in Memphis Tenn Judge B A Burnside leaves this week for Virginia for several weeks stay on business Mrs B A Burnside hasreturned from a visit to her daughter Mrs William Lackey cf McCreary Mr and Mrs James Rice Brown re turned to Chicago after a visit to his mother Mrs Nancy Brown Mrs Alex Walker has returned from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of spring and summer millinery Miss Cordelia Hamilton has return ed to Middlesboro after a short visit to her mother Mrs Ike Hamilton The literary club had a most in teresting meeting Friday Mrs J B Kinnaird is the next leader hersubject Oliver Wendell Holmes and Bemini scences of some of his Friends The many friends of Miss Margaret glad to hear of the great improvement in her illness I Miss Tomlinson has been quite ill with rheumatism all winterSomerset Times George Yantis of Lancaster left Thursday for Oklaho ma where he will enter the State Uni versity He has been in the city his aunt Mrs Sam Higgins for some weeks He made many friends while here Glascow cor Louisville I have been received here announcing the marriage of Elder 0 W Darnold of this place to Miss Ethel West of Lancaster Ky The wedding will take place in the early spring Elder recently came to this place to I accept the pastorate of the Christian church here He Is a fine speaker and before coming to this place he bad charge of a church at Lexington Ky The brideelect is the daughter of the postmaster at Lan caster and has many friends in Louis ville Washington cor LouisvilleCourier Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts one of the wellknown literary women of Kentuc kr and her sister Mrs George Denny wife of Judge Denny both of Lex ington are spending a few days in Washington with Lout Van Denny at the Marine Hospital The ladies have been participating in the social pleas pros of the capital A brace of very attractive young women who are spending a few days at the Will ard are Mrs John G South of Frank fort wife of Dr South formerly Miss Christine Bradley daughter of Hon WUlkuftO Bradfcy std lies fctwd Mr Ed C Mrs HoenlnJ I Tomlinson are t in amatory t I Visiting PostcardS I 11 Hon W T West l1JiT been returned Dar ld L New Miss Robert Cox daughter of the Hon W H Cox Lieutenant Govenor of Ky Mrs South is here to attend the re union of all the young women sponsors of the United States battleships she is enjoying the distinction of the godmother of the noble craft Kentucky which she christened in her maiden days A permanent organization of these battleship spon sors is to be formed A number of smart entertainments have been ar ranged in honor of Mrs South and Miss Cox Walker was in Frankfort this week Miss Katie Simpson accompanied Mrs Alex Walker to Cicinnati Mr and Mrs Guy Davidson have taken rooms at the Mason Hotel Mrs Joe Nevieu is visiting her sister Mrs Morris Dudley of Lexington one of the mail clerks on the Kay See was here Mon dayMiss Margaret Letcher Cook is Mrs Nat Bronaugh in Nicholas ville Miss Marguerite Kinnaird has re turned from several days stay in Cin cinnati Mrs Lizzie Caldwell and Mrs Mattie Nevieu of Stanford visiting Mr Joe Nevieu Stanford Yantis cf Lancaster is with Miss Bessis Yautis Miss Elizabeth Anderson left Wed nesday for New Orleans to visit her cousin Miss Ozzie Young Miss Fannie Austin has accepted a position in the grocery department of Turners New Grocery and Meat Mar ket where she will be glad to wait on her many friends Miss Mayme Ballard our splendid correspondent at Bryantsville has re turned from a visit to Lexington ac companied by Mesdames W T Wool folk and W N Gulley who will visit Bryantsville relatives The many friends of Mr Sam Davis the popular tailor will be glad to know that he is improving from the injuries received from a fall on the pavement steps in front of the old Franklin Institute property This is a dangerous place and when covered with ice as it was when Mr Davis was hurt is a mighty good spot to avoid The fascinating charms of St Valen tines day were emphasized in the card party at the home of the Misses Mount The invitations were quite unique being In rhyme and with small red hearts caught in spider web The house was elaborate ly decorated In crimson carnations and hearts hundreds of them being used in festoons in the rooms and the brilliantly lighted by candles with crimson shades At eleven oclock a two course lunch was served of lettuce sandwich stuffed beaten biscuit French green peas and mushrooms in timbale shells pickles coffee and cheese straws each plate bearing a crimson carnation Prizes were then awarded Miss Annell Tomlinson being fortunate winner of ladles prize a pair of silk hose and W B Burton the gentle mans prize a pair of gentlemans silk hose Mr Herbert Kinnaird was given the booby a large crimson sachet heart pierced with a cupids dart Just before the lights went out Twenty old maids seme younger some older each lugged an old bach elor home on her shoulder The response of 30 guests made the gffair very gay and enjoyable Misses Mounts unusal gifts as hostesses draw around them ever a charmed circle Lancaster friends received the invitations Mr and Mrs C S Ellis and family your presence in home Pike Latonia Ky Receptionto 8th Hours 6 to 10 p M Fir Sal Three or fashioJHd round ud square post bed steads XnPat I Mr L L Mr E C Garman visiting JournalMiss A 11 i e ornamented consisting Mr paper following request at a four old being are house mangoes tie tt- r I e A FINE COUNTRY In renewing her subscription to the Central Record Mrs Belle Scott who has many here writes as follows Since the general Government has constituted itself deputy collector for periodical publications and placed a penalty on forget here is my check for arrears and respite small for the future for of all things earthly we have the finest in Phoenix but we insist on having the Central Record as a weekly desert from home Of all the Garrard county colony who in this vallev thirteen years ago my husband and I are the only ones remaining but there are many Ken tuckians here who are prosperous and much respected who like ourselves are content knowing no better country to go to Our almond trees are in bloom and the Jack Rabbits hide in the alfalfa wheat and oats Can taloup planting will be on in a short time Our oranges and lemons are all gathered and marketed at fancy prices the California crop is only now ripe Our banks and trust companies have now ceased paying cash and our people dont know what script looks like The big dam at Roosevelt is under way and land values under our canal system are advancing every day Our city is full of Eastern tourists We are having copious rains and there is absolutely nothing to com plain of With kindest regards to all old friends Mrs A G Scott Business Items Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W Romans I am agt for the famous plaster Sacket board Good as ceiling or pls ter cheaper than either tf H C Hamilton Call up 50 and get everything in grocery line fresh and new and lowest prices at Turners meat market old stand 2t This day the firm of Northcott Hagan have desolved partnership R L Hagan retiring- 2t Lancaster Ky Jan 8 1908 Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Bomans Wanted rolltop desk Apply at Central Becord office tf Fresh meats and cured meats of kinds atTurners meat market Phone 50 2t Butter butter milk fresh sweet milk skim milk and sweet cream for sale at the Creamery Telephone 142 The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans For I will sell or exchange my property for other property either in town or county Thompson 3t Highest cash price for all produce hides etc at Turners meat maket 2t Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with the best coal and deliver orders promptly at lowest prices Adams Phone 140 1232m For Rest Residence on Danville street one mile from town Possession given immediately Mrs Ellen Poor tf Call up 50 and get best seed potatoes and all garden seed at lowest prices Turners meat market 2t Are Your Hens Laying Mina Are 70 New year day average of 75 first ten days of January It yoU have 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1907 1 setting 75 settings 1 25 4 settings 2 00 per 100 300 per 1000 Chicks beta each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders Satisfaction gnaranted Barred Bocks exclusively no ducks no turkeysWalton Moss Phone in residence three mlletr on old Danville Pike Ialso sell Incubators Brooders chick Teed and Poultry BapfUftv friendS I located Pebbles I ail Sale I I myBarred 25 00 the of rz Copyright 1907 by f Manr I Hut SchaHcr r iVt 1 Vulcan Plows and REPAIRS BUGGIES and BUGGY HARNESS AT COST J E Mount Co Special Sale Stationer Greatly Reduced Prices We have a number 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be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J Cj ROBINSON 1 Ii- I Medium Anything THE National Bank Of Lancaster CajiUl50000 Sirptes 10000 A B DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Bobinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L GilL III President= BURROWS EL WOODS R L ARNOLD S II J Safe BOlOS forRont i We Solicit Your Business II J S JOHNSON Vice Prest The BANK Of R ICY CAPITAL aPt B P HUDloN Cashier w O Asst Cuhr C D W Bookkeeper DuiDai Solicited Prompt Attention t J S Johnson J z Walker T x Arnold Jno A Sanders I l ORGANIZED 11883 ITIZEN NATIONAL wcST wue Riewsy and Gardul DIR c7roBS B F Hudson t r- P Why Should He I have seen London said the speaker waving his left arm I have ridden through the streets I have stood among the monuments of Berlin I have feasted iny eyes upon the beauties of Vienna 1 have gazed upon the eternal hills of Rome and I Yes Interrupted a man In the gallery but Ill bet you 40 youve never seen Main street in Scrubby grass RecordHerald She and the Chancellor Having been introduced to the ven erable chancellor the beautiful maid en looked at him curiously for a and then just to start the con versation in the right direction asked Dont you find it awfully trying to have to chancel when you dont feel like it Chicago RecordHerald Everybody is looking for a rare treat of fun and music to be given oy the Neil Litchtield Trio March 6th The first part is made up of music humorous recitals and impersonations The latter half is taken up by the Rural Comedy playlet Down at Brook Farm written by Mr Litchfield and presented over 3000 times in America and England The Litchfields have recently returned from England where they were highly spoken of by the London and other papers They have appeared in New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco and all the large American cities and the papers all praise their work The W C T U is fortunate in securing this attraction Reserved seats at Mc Roberts 50c other admission 35c and 25c 3t Edison Phonographs I I B act ofParis PaChicago moment a There Is nothing better for home entertainment than an Edison Phono graph It is King of its kind and the star performer on any occasion and in any company It is never out of tune of practice or out of place It plays as a Band Orchestra Piccolo Piano or Violin guided by a master hand or it sings as a star soloist duet or quartette composed of the worlds best singers Its specialty is any thing you may desire and always the best in its line Compare the work of the Edison with that of any other Phono graph and you will quickly decide that it is the Edison you want in your home You can buy an Edison from us and get all or more advantages than you would get by ordering from the larger cities Here you see and examine the Mach ine and hear the record played before buying and also save transportation charges on shipment and the probable breakage of Records- If you are interested call on or address J F Hill Co Lock Box 217 Stanford Ky Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Presistent Cough Relief Found For several winters past my wife has been troubled with a most per sistent and disagreeable cough which inviriably 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 each year with no beneficial results In November last the cough again put in an appearance and my wife acting on the suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy The result was indeed After three doses the cough entirely disappeared and has not mani tested itself since This remidy is for sale by F P Frisbie lm OSTEOPATHY Nothing tells like truth and facts Osteopathy sustains its claims with such an array of facts that it bewilders the scoffer convinces the skeptic It IB not empiricism it is scienceit issucces and thousands bear testimony that it has been the means of their recovery after exhausting every other known remedy The tendency of the age is against drugs people are striving for something better and it is being demon liberates the life farces of nature utilizes them aginst the ravages of disease and thus restores to health multitudes of socalled incurable Thousands of cronic cases have ex have swallowed noxious mixtures for years in vain quest of health and as a last resort they appealed to Osteopathy and often find full and permanent relief To relieve these hardest types ofchronic casesrequires the most parsistant painstaking service of a skilled Osteopath he makes streneous physical exertion often when fatigued puts himself in the work Suffering Dollars Saved E S Loper of Mirilla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by IBucklens Arnica It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by tar best healing salve I have Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at B E McRoberts Druggist xv 1m Out at Last OsteopathyIs waningMedical everfound J marvelous action already do Salve the r r JliU SVJs whs if is hj ivd is ft Patients Miis relieve u iiIv fee a pursou gratitude uu obligation which money alone cau not repay hence a strong bond of friendship is formed between the healer and healed and it groves of lasting value to b jih The Osteopath is differently situated from the medical prucliuioner who simply felc the pulsa asked questions wrote a prescription and failed to sub due the malady Everybody knows what allopathy and homeopathy mean but not nearly everybody knows what osteopathy means It is yet new and these enthusiastic patients exhilerafced with regained health feel that they can in no way better offset their debt of gratitude to their doctor and per form their full duty to huiuanit than to spread the news that there exists a complete and effectual system of treating all curable diseases without drugs or knife that it is not Christian science rubbing or scientific massage but genuine osteo pathy This apprecition from great hearts works wonders it brings new patients sweels the profession in a decade from one practitioner to thousands gains favorable legislation and recognition as a distinct system of healing in over one half of the states places our student body ahead of all other schools in numbers except the allopathic school Great are the results they are the means of this unprecented growth our most potent weapon with which future battles will be fought and won Osteopathy does not injure Drugs are foreign to the system and are always injurious even in those cases where there is real or apparent benefit Osteopathy does not impose burdens on the stomach in order to relieve a pain in the foot It does not fill the blood with toxins in order to relieve a congestion in the head it does not burden the excretory organs in order to bring about a nor mal metabolism of the tissues It removes obstructions and sets the machinery of life in motion and nature does the rest The wise and physician uses drugs but many people demand drugs they expect drugs of their physicians they would be disappointed if they did not receive drugs and they genera lly get what they expect even the family physician is not always a saint But there many physicians who have been trained to give drugs and who believe in drugs and of course they give drugs whether desired or not We say the tendency on the part of physicians is against drug giving at least the tendency is to the recogni tionof the futility of drugs and yet drug giving Is their business and it is per haps not exaggerating to say that the majority of physicians use drugs and use them freely in their practice Tn deed what else would they prescribe Itwould be a little difficult for us to imagine the formula of a physicians prescriptIOn if the drugs were omitted The Latin terms for fresh air bathing exercise pure water massage etc would look a little odd in the regulation prescription The druggist might be a little embarrassed in collecting his fees and as the phy sician does not himself administer manipulation there would not be much left for him to do So of course the only thing that is left for the drug physician is tc administer drugs The people are learning what the doctors have long since learned that there is not so much in drugs after all Dr Rosebery Itch In The Skin Not in The Blood People with Eczema etc Make Grievous Error by Taking Medicine into the Stomach When your hand is scalded with hot apply a healing lotion to the injured skinEczema psoriasissalt rheum bar bers itch and other such diseases of the skin cannot be cured by filling the stomach with medicine any more than you can cure a burn by drinking To cure these diseafes you must apply the remedy on the part affected The diseases named are caused by germs in the skin Kill the germs and the disease goes away and the skin is left pure and white as nature inten ded it to be That mild simple liquid oil of win ter green properly compounded in D D Prescription routs the germs and heals the skin so perfectly that you can never tell where the disease wasNo tongue can tell nor pen portray what I suffered for ten years from Eczema writes Mrs R R Latta of Garrison Mo I was treated by the best doctors in the west but received no benefit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound and well Six or eight months have passed and there is no sign of a return My advice to all is dont delay Begin the use of D D D at once and be cured We have carried D D D for a because we know it takes away the itch and we believe it to be an infallible remedy in the treatment or Eczema and other skin diseases RE McRoberts Lancaster Worked Wonders Mrs G S Wiggins Lexington Ky says gave my fowls Bourbon Cure when they were sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Keeps Them Safe J Frank Wyatt Fredonia Ky says I never have less than four hundred hogs My neighbors hogs have died all around me I have been dosing mine with Bourbon Hog Cholera Rem edy and it has kept them safe from disease Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster Ky 1 I sufferin broadcast conscientious sparingly are sunshine youdont long- tIme 1 Poultry r I medicine O r z g oii cook out fn VJMMJ she coin at nces writing MiugHret Marguerite A little push is often more lastii g than a strong pull Save Money by Buying Chamberlains Cough You will pay much Vr a bob tie of Chamberlains tough Remedy as for any of the other cough medicines but you save money in buying it The saving in what you get not what you pay The sure to cure you 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 willcure your cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy always cures Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Business seems to be improving slowly but as slowly as a man moves who works by the day The Jumping Off Place 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 a well and happy man attain 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 8100 at R E Mc Roberts druggist Trial bottle free lm A women should believe no man until she is married and then she should believe but one 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 How fearless and plain spoken a man is in talking to his women folks 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 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 testsent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts When a man is trying to sell you something dont imagine he is that polite all the time Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoops 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 pi ess Demand Dr Shoops Take no other R E McRoberts It is more trouble for a woman to wash her head than for her to do the family washing 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 five 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 on politics The Courier Journal Henry Waterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper hjit 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 to theCour ier JournalDaily Courier Journal 600 ayear Sunday CourierJournal 200 a year We can give you a combination cut rate on these ifyou will write this paper i i All tiH ln is Rem dy just ai I Consumption w everywhere thoroughly It order paperNot I i3u ISl N 1 posted J For Infants and Cnilure- i The Kind You Have Always Sought Boars the AS OTHERS THINK Everyone in This Ton Kos b His Own Opinion AYhfle everyone has a to his own opinion yet it is vfse to always consider others think and profit by their experience Nothing makes life so miserable or so widely with the usefulness of the average American as indigestion and it for us to give fair considera tion to what others think about this remarliabb affliction Our leading are positive that in stomach tablets they have an absolute cure for the that follow this disease such as after eating coated bang taste in the dizziness flatulence nervousness and debilityTheir action in selling Miona on a guarantee to refund the monev unless it cures shows plainly their belief in the value of this take all the there will be no charge for Iiona unless are satisfied that it has relieved you of indigestioa Sold and guaranteed bv For sale by R E McRoberts 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 thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice znlvA 9 J4 Lt7dsSignature z right what well dnt ind ami symptoms to1 l riskand YOU PDSTO if at of rL w- Right rs str They whatever W S Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave H C Arnold KILL coucnAND CURE THE LUNGS IrWITH Or Kings New11 Discovery FORf PRICE 55c LeoTrial Bottle fret s AND AND 1UNS7PGU3LES SA23SFACXOK OB ISOiraZ EEPUKDED PAINPain in the head pain anywhere has Its cause Faiii congestion pain is blood pressure nothing else usually At feast so says Dr Shoop and toprove it he has created a little pink tablet That tablet called Dr Shoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from rain centers Its effect ischannins pleasingly delightful Gently though safely it surely equalizes the blood cirolation pressureHitsIf you are sleepless restless nervous its blood pressure That surely is acertainty for Dr Shoops Headache Tablets stop it in 20 minutes and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood picture Bruise your finger and doesnt it get red and well and pain you Of course it does Its con lestion blood pressure Youll find itwhere SenseWe Dr SHoops Headache TabletsR E MCROBERTS Feet Swelled From Frightful Eczema Could Set Wear Shoes Care by D D D Prescription RMd This From s CoIaaba0Ohto fllao All n nAT congestionblood pain G 11ELi F TEED Letter Columbus Ohio Nor 5th 1994 Gentlemen For several years I wasa sufferer from Eczema the affliction affecting my hands arms and feet At times my feet became so swollen that I could not wear my shoes while the constant itching of the eruption en my hands and arms became almost unbearable Upon the recommendation of another suck sufferer as myself I and it gave me immediate relief 1 have now fully recovered from my ailment and I give D D D the credit for affecting what is to me and my friends a marvelous cure Trulyyours GUY J GOBLE Dont be fooled into thinking that skin troubles comes from blood impurities and dont ruin your stomach with purges and blood remedies Eczema and all skia are caused by little germs that attack the skin externally D D D Prescription kills these germs and leaves the skin clear soft and healthy Its work seems almost miraculous If you are skeptical go to the druggist whose name appears below and he will show you photos and proofs positira that D D D will actaally rare any aad all skin diseases I began the use of D D D diseases PILES reJW kmget en Irsw eofu mIJIEYATAR- f e as iDsliss he I p s i PILES Mrs P D Gill W J Gillispie W T Worrel John A Sanders- R L Burton R C Boian W R Cook I get AI rdd alIrSIIIIts1 WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond tHe reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more Evansville lad writes For over vears I troubled with bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and wasall run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended And the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I entirely cured TWO Sac AND SLNL SIL1MDEECGKXE35Q1Y C C J E Stormes INVITE A TEST Catarrh Sufferers Should Try Hyomei on this Liberal Guarantee Our leading ilrui 4tsts invite nIl who suffer from any form of eatarrluil troubles to et a outfit front them with absolute that if it does iot perfect satisfaction the money requestThere for catarrh that in way resembles Hyomei none rives such quick curative result and fasting satisfaction no meiKcint that eon fake i puce none tluit can be solil om a iMrantee like this to refund the ante it cure Catttrrh t a Merit dfcease and can be cunnl only by breathing Hyomei so tfiatt the most remote air in the nose throats and Iiui are reached by its antfeeptur healing povwrs la this way all catarrliall 5rms are kilted the irritated mucous membrane Is healed antE catarrh is drives from the system This wonderful medicated airtreatment does not dniir and derange the stomach but is breathed through a little pocket inhaler that with every dollar outfit way in which our dni itssell Hyomei attests their confidence in he remedy Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts All The News Local State National will be found inthe Central Record and the We furnish both one year for only Leave or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ky 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS a sketch and onr opinion free whether probably pntentable Common free Oldest Patents taken through Mnna it Co unlit A teHfeoraelrBteatntea TanwBteUs alatlon of any cientiae Journal Terms IK c p ir irUltYf 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