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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t- sIOHTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 W08 THE CETcTRAL RECORD 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 aiyfta2 abar I can interest you in price and quali ty The best grades of Coal in stock Wagons promptly loaded Obelisk Flour in barrels None better BANKS HUDSON tnlWof1jn RlVM VdllI of 11Mof1JUI of FIELD SEEDS I I 1 I r Business Items Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W J Romans Call up 50 and get everything in the grocery line fresh and new and lowest prices at Turners meat market Peb bles old stand 2t Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Wanted roll top desk Apply at Central Record ollice tf Fresh meats and cured meats of all kinds atTurners meat market Phone 50 2t Granite ware tin ware china ware etc bound to go at Wards It We give a scientific test of your eyes and guarantee lenses to give for two years or no charge Morrow McRoherts jewelers The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap Romans Highest cash price for all produce hides etc at Turners meat maket Thirtyfive years of practical expen ence enables us to do the very best of repair work on watches clucks and jewelery All work done in the very best manner Morrow F W 2t 4 satisfaction S J God work is the only thing the Danville Steam Laundry turns out Phone 48 Gulley Miller Agts I want some nice Country Butter It W H Ward Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with the best coal and deliver orders promptly at lowest prices Adams Corder Phone 140 1 23 2m White wash brushes horse brushes curry combs plow lines etc at Wards Call up 50 and get best seed potatoes and all kinds of garden seed at lowest prices Turners meat market 2t It is time now to dispose of Did you get some of Wards Leader Coffee It For Sale thoroughbred Duroc Boar J R Wards Produce taken same as cash Great Bargains We are offering great bargains in rubber goods Misses 35c Womens 40c and Mens 50c C D Powell Co We have just returned from the city with the largest and best line of watches bracelets clocks etc ever brought to Lancaster which we are pricesMorrow your lookingfor potatoes I Local Items Postponed The meeting of tobacco growers called for next Saturday has bees postponed and no meeting will at that time The Gleaners will meet at the Grad ed School building at 230 Saturday and we are requested to say that meeting will adjourn promptly at tour oclock The Best of Uterature I am prepared to order any magazinE or other publication on the very notice and can save you both and money on same Call at store o Joseph Mercantile Co Will appreci ate your orders Mrs Dollie Brown Court Day A very large crowd was in town and business with the merchants was reasonably good There was a lot of stock on the market but sales were made A great many were on the streets some of which were sold at fair prices Much Sickness There never has been so much sick ness in the community as at present The troubleis from colds and la grippe We are told that some parties have even sent to neighboring towns for physicains because there is so much sickness among the Lancaster doc tors Married In Mississippi W H Ward received a telegram Wednesday saying Grover Ward had married Miss Rue Barrier daughter of Dr Barrrer of Rolling Fork Miss Mr Ward is well known in Lancaster and has many friends who extend congratulations Two Sudden Deaths A coloren woman named Alice Leav ell dropped dead in Josephs store Monday morning She was good health but gasped once or twice and fell to the floor within three or four minutes colored woman the wife of Harry Kaufman died suddenly Tuesday morning from the effects of tonsilitis The Best Laundry Everybody knows that the Danville Steam Laundry does the very best work to be had We are now agents for this laundry and will call for and deliver your work promptly We guarantee satisfaction in every re spect Ring up the Gulley Hotel No 48 and we will be after your promptly Gulley Miller tf Office at Gulley Hotel beheld the shortest time quite few mules apparent Another WOI k Monday yin Look Who Is Coming Feb 28 and 29 08 The Man With The Goods for r Spring Suits We will have with us on Friday and Saturday of this week a Special Cutter representing L E Hays Co Merchant Tailors of Cincinnati Ohio who will show 300 styles of piece goods in all the latest shades and take for Spring Suits We invite you to our store to inspect this extensive line of samples while on display and get a what is doing in Mens Styles for Spring SMITH HERRING 4Y ff measures linen 1 i J I I 1 I S I Farm and Stock Lime is frequently needed to insur success in an oats crop as well as 1 other grain crops There are of acres of fertile land that ar sour and fail to make good crops when by thorough preparation and few hundred pounds of lime a change would be seen In many in stances where the yield of oats wa not satisfactory and the lime was perly administered the result ha been highly profitable Paris Kentuckian says that contrary to the usual scale of prices in Bourboi county clover hay is bringing mon remunerative prices than the timothy article On the Paris market the former is selling in the baled form at about 14 per ton while the later ii commanding 11 Timothy hay ir the rick and stack where it is not damaged by weather is selling in the field at 8 50 to 9 per ton The Dog Committee of the legislz ture has agreed on a bill the gist ol which is That each head of a family shall be allowed to possess one dog upon which no tax shall be collectable Each additional dog however shall be liable for a poll tax of fifty cents The money accruing from this dog tax shallbe turned into the county instead of to the State Auditor as at present After the cost of dam ages to sheep has been paid out of it the excess shall be divided to the schools or good roads whichever the fiscal court may believe needs it most Capt William Hicks who resides on Barren river in Barren count tells of a remarkable profit on a lot of orchard grass seed sowed by himself Last year he sowed forty acres in orchard grass On this land he pastured his sheep and lambs HP to May 10 He then took them off and from same land cut a ton to the acre for which he received 20 a ton He also 10 bu per acre of orchard grass seed for 150 per bushel Outside the for his sheep Capt Hicks realized 1400 off his 40 acres grass His stand of orchard grass this season will be bet ter than last Gazette- J J Peed sold his farm of 250 acres two miles south of Millersburg on the Maysville turnpike Wednesday after noon to Mr Henry Letton near for 115 per acre This is one of the best farms in Bourbon was by Mr Peed in 1889 from the estate of the late Jesse Boulden at 85 per acre Paris Kentuckian We are asked to publish the condi Lions and cost of having a horse regis tered In reply will say that it de pends on what breed of horses you refer io There are a dozen or more horse registers in the United States each having their own rules and For instance saddle horses rotting horses Morgan horses Ger a great pro treasury threshed pasture Car- lisle purchased horse regUla- tions thousands year Litchfield man Coach and a number of other breeds of heavy horses The secretaries of any of these associations will give you the desired information ifyou will writs them Col I B Nall Columbia Building Louisville Ky is Secretary of the American Saddle Horse Associa tion BUCKEYE Mrs H Ray is on the sick list this weekMr and Mrs William Burton are very ill at this writing Mr Bob Long was in Lexington on business Monday Miss Jennie Carter is in Lancaster visiting relatives Mr Cal East of Richmond is relatives here this week Miss Cordelia Ray was the charming j guest of Mrs Wm Noel Monday night Mrs DeliaWalker and daughter were f the guests of Mrs Bob Long Tuesday Mrs Bob Price and family were the guests of Mrs Andrew Bogie Wednes day r Miss Portwood of Richmond is visit ing her sister Mrs Doo Simpson this week Mrs Mollie Brown and her neice Miss Ruth Ray visited relatives in Lancas ter Monday i Mr and Mrs Hirm Ray spent several days with their daughter Mrs Maud Curtis of Mt Hebron last week n All Right Now Frank R Graham Davenport la and seem all right now I lost one fine cockerel that was about dead when I ordered the medicine Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky fI I U r fi U fi tl ri fi fibfi visiting i t I I E same care in the selecting your clothes that you would inbuy ing a house you live in both Theres no ex cuse for man looking bagged at the knees or wearing a coat that sags at the collar and drags forlornly down in front If you get your clotheshere itwonthappen to you Globe Company clothes are right they must fit Our samples are oa display with a Tailoring fit H T LOGAN Lancasters Leading Clothier What Is the First Law of Nature Self preservation is the first law of nature answers Johnny Jones Correct Johnny Go right up to the head of the class This law applies to a community as well as to an indi vidual Under the severe operation of this law a town that does not take care of itself that does not look after its own interests first that does not for Number One soon falls into a bad way Thats just as sure as shootin Its the law We must the law or take the consequences If O 0- G o i I i0 I lookout e 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 00 0 0 gether for our own good the mutual us in all lines of buss ness we have only our selves to blame if the place slides down the in clined plane instead of climbing the golden lad der of prosperity and progress For instance if we do our retail trading with big city stores that have no interest in us to get our money and keep it local trade must suffer and town property values and farm land values must de crease and there you are Johnny Jones who knows the law is a wise lad but how about his papa Do they obey the first 0 goodof allof 0 I I 00 shrink andmamma I community 0 o 0 0 00 0 0 except 0 X may have to apply the law to himself when he grows up have to go to the city to make a living LetS all think it over i 1 may I I jI f o l JohnnyThS I We can furnish any grade of I PLOW GEAR J rn Let Us Show You HASELDEN BROS I rn l JEi n EiI JAIJeazlejJ Arterial Ca WaIII on Dsnvnte Street alb Office arirxazsis NDHRTAKEH FULL LINE OF CASKETS AN BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS 131 STOCK We have just opened an immense line off White Goods Ladies Spring Oxfords Mens Oxfords and Shoes We cordially invite you to call and in spect same COMPANY rT Theyre Hero Joseph Mercantile l Iacapaated THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIMENever before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our sAiLiE We are offering forty thousand rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock and is not the pickedover laidinthecorner ONETHIRD REGULAR PRICE L P tiX uaMI 5 i W 7 a d 2 J I i i I I I I kind is the best there is to be We are now offerIng thIS entire tot order to reduce our overstock at less than t e iCIATI b J IJ T1i WAST 1T pip but had in 15 20 25e Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing at I I i Main t Danvllle I Jn t Duened THE National Bank- Of Lancaster SnjteSNMHK A R DENNY Presiat J E stORMES Vice Preset S C DESJJY CsaKcr J Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John IS Stormes S C Denny J L GilL Capital 501000 I I Ferguson Clay Sutton W G Anderson Sweeney HC Arnold W S IPortwood W D J J Nape Mrs Gill V WJGillispie W T Worrel John A Sanders BL Burton P D BC Bolan WB Cook Ye Solicit Your Business I have in stock a nice line of Good Me diuro and Cheap Furnitnre Carpets Mattings Rugs DRUGGETS ETC all of which have been boufiht at the ve ry lowest asb pricesobtainable Any thing wanted Dot found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON LOOE EEeE I I I I I a1 ti GIBBONSAENew Stock Jewelry and Optical Goods I aeweeeseee eeaeoeeeeesaeeeeeoae 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 Cnina and Clocks Our specialties will be Optical Work 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 not Hedrick FrtebieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug i I I i I I WatchClockJewelery I II t I 16 handsome Store aav v o vvvvvo vo J J WALKER President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL lsM SURPLUS Jieot B F HUDSOK Cashier W O BIGOTY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Dusiness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders Of LANCASTER KY ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice POSTED Boies WentSafety neDosit M CURE THE KILLm COUCH LUNGS WITH Dr New FOR ac sp a LTlVyIP ILL sATIBFACro RSATANDLl1NSTItlMf UFVaDBA PILES rdM rawjet IrsrKre if taf ftUB 1 h nN Sc 25 to 50c For ourregular 25 50c papers we are now asking the rediculously low price of CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY A YEAR LOUIS EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster j as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association 100 LANDRAM Lancaster Ky February 28 1908 BUENA VISTA Walden Blakeman has matriculated at Berea College Miss Irvine Ruble has returned to school at Lexington Hugh Cristopher is visiting relatives in and near Danville Miss Vergie Watts of Nicholasville Is the guest of Mrs Vergil Scott Henry Ruble wife and son are with the family of Chas Ruble in Frank fortMisses Ora Poor and Edna Mason spent Sunday with friends in Nicholas yule Virgil Scott has been confined to his room for several days with sore throatLuther Evans who attended schcol at Danville spent Saturday with his parentsMiss Hamm of Jessamine is the guest of her sister Mrs Herman BarnettJ bought of Will Dicker son of Bryantsville one Jersey cow price 50 Misses Mary Spillman and Florence Christopher are visiting friends in HarrodsburgMrs who has been in Danville foi some time is expect ed home this week Misses Alice Scott Bertha Christo pher and Mayme Dismukes who are at tending school in Lexington spent the 22nd at home Quarterly meeting will be held at Mt Olivet Saturday and Sunday The new Elder will be present and preach both morning and evening Rev Ross who on account of sick ness has been absent from his church here since November was able to fill his pulpit Sunday to the delight of his congregation I have Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seed Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson STONE Miss Pearl Sanders is very sick Mr G W Anderson continues very ill Miss Maggie Grow is numbered with the sick Holton the little son of Mr and Mrs Jno Hicks is sick G W Anderson sold a horse to Frank Crutchfield for 25 C S Sanders bought of Lilburn Boat right a horse for 144 Mr Tom Hicks was the guest of his parents Saturday night Mary A Sanders bought of Jess Gul ley a buggy horse for 105 Miss Alice Snyder was the charming guest of the Misses Sanders Sunday Mr C B Sanderswife and Alice spent Sunday with their sister Mrs John Hicks Mrs Geo McQuery of Jessamine visit ed her daughter Mrs Goo Ray of Buck eye last week Mr Frank Crutchfield of spent Sunday with his cousin Mr L Crutchfield at this place I have Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seen Also Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson f Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and feel that wayonly when our digestive organ 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 B E McBoberts drug im visiting sister Miss JesstnlDe store- Y i PKEAUHERSV1LLB J M Cress has been quite sick but is out again J J Thompson who has been quite sick is convalescent Mrs Marinda Blankenship has been sick but is better at this writing- C T Ware and T W Jones sold their tobacco crop in Lancaster at 8 cents Miss Fannie MuJlins of Sparks Quarry is visiting Miss Fannie Colyer Mrs Ona Naylor and little daughter visited Mr and Mrs Sam Ramsey near HyattsvilleThe son of John L Kennedy died Wednesday and was burried in the Preachersville cemetery Tne rink club gave a tacky rink Sat urday night the 21st in honor of George Washingtons birthday Uncle George Anderson our colored mail carrier died at hiS home here Wednesday night Feb 19th He was laid to rest near his late home JBBYANTSYILLE Judge Ford of Lancaster was here TuesdayMr Rose of Danville is at home quite sick of typhoid fever Messrs John Petus and Tom Dunn Jr of Mackville spent Sunday here Mrs Mary Anderson of Lancaster has been visiting Mrs Sallie B Welch Mr Walker Burnside of Richmond was at home for a short stay last week Miss Muster of Jeffersontown was the guest of Miss Wadelee Maret last weekCapt W J Hogan who has been sick for several weeks is not so well againMr Joseph Adams of Fayette his sister Mrs Sallie Leavell last weekMr and Mrs J C Williams spent and Sunday with relatives at BurginMr Dunn of Danville visited his brothers Messrs J H and Tom Dunn a few days recently Miss Kate Farlee returned to school at Richmond Saturday after being at home several days on account of sick nessMiss Josephine Moss cf Jessamine is with her grand mother Mrs Boner and attening Miss schoolMrs W T Woolfolk and Mrs W Gulley of Lexington spent a few days with Mrs Woolfolks sister Mrs Eliza H Ballard last week Miss Joe Helen Maret returned home Friday after a visit to relatives in Atlanta Ga Miss Maret has been quite ill since her return with the measlesMr Burke is still in Louisville where he went for treatment His many friends hope he will be able to return home real soon much improved in health Mr Price McGrath entertained a few of his friends very elegantly at a six oclock dinner Friday evening in honor of Miss Marion Muster of Jefferson town the guest of Miss Wadelee Maret It was one of the most social affairs of the winter and was thoroughly enjoyed by present The host Mr McGrath was assisted in entertaining by his mother Mrs R A McGrath and sister Mrs T E Adams After an elegant five course dinner was served the guests spent the remainder of the evening in playing cards The guests for the delightful occasion were Misses Muster Wadelee Maret Katie Patton Anna Kay Jenkins and Mayme Ballard Messrs Robert Rout Oscar Patton Wilson More and W C Rose Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It a neighborhood here with us It deserves to be favorite It glues quick relief in liver comlaint kidney derange malnutrition nervousness weak ness ana general debility Its action on the blood as a through purifier makes it especially useful as a spring This grand alternative is sold underguarantee at B E store floe 1m i s I I visited Saturday Josephine delightful everyone Is everywhere dyspepsia medicine tonIc McRoberts i e quit son I favorite meat drug 4- M3 r Ff s1XC ra1TYw rJSs e o 75c and up We are offering papers that sold from 75c and over for Tobacco Growers Attention Having been asked several times the question 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 tile company they ask to carry the hazardous part of their risk pony 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 in sured 1 am willing to protect them tf J H Eggs For Sale S C R I Reds 100 for 15 S C White and Brown Leghorns 50c for 15 Remember the breeds that lay the most eggs are the breeds that yield the biggest profit S A Hill 2 28 3mos HyattsvilleKy Skating The Paint Lick Skating Rmk will furnish much amusement and pleasure during the month of March On the 4th 6th and 7tu there will be racing each night Wednesday Friday and Saturday On March 11th there will be a Leap Year Party free for each couple lady and gent On 18th there will be a Rube Party A prize of 1 will be given for best Rute On 25th a Masquarade Party will be given None but those masked will skate until eightthirty On 27th Tacky Party A handsome box of candy will be given the tackiest couple 4t G W Rice Coming The last and most popular attraction- e of the season will begi 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 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 3t Everybody is looking for a rare trea of fun and music to be given oy the Neil Litchfield Trio March 6th The first part is made up of music humorous recitals and impersonations The latter half is taken up by tha Rural Comedy playlet Down at Brook Farm written by Mr 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 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 might drink it for Coffee No twenty or thirty minutes boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Gill Simpson Wm Herndon Ben D Herndon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drag store I for it is hardly fair to ask one Corn KinnairdAgent I entertainment I I expertwho r 31 I raw M K Denny Litchfield and DENTIST I Office over Herndons jewelry store T J HOOD J lm 1mm J XDIIttk tt tt tt tt = DENTIST IOftlce atresldence AIAIIi J it tLi Danville st- tK s Ms jsst Physicians Cure Skin With Simple Remedy Noted Eczema Specialist Comments- on a Proven Specific for Skin Diseases Physicians continue their praise for ordinary oil of winter green in a wonderful specific for Eczema and other itching skin This liquid pure and clean as water externally applied has instant effect A few drops on the burning itching sore causes instant relief and a short continued use gives a complete cureDr C B Holmes of Silver City Miss is so enthuisastic about this remedy D D D he declares in a letter to the D D D Company of Chicago that this great remedy is as near a specific for Eczema as is quinine for malaria I have been using your D D D for four years with gratifying results writes Dr Holmes There are thousands of other who use D D D Prescription the oil of wintergreen specific D D D cures and it is so clean to use If we did not know what D D D will do we would not recommend it to our friends and patronsR Lancaster Call at our store anyway and let us see the nature of your skin trouble I everywhere diseases Prescriptionthat I I I physicians 15 to ffillIlain 81 Danville I For Sale S room dwelling 3room store house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass in good repair on the from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morbid Dunn Bourne Kjv Cured His Hogs- J A Scott Avon Ky says Bows bon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did not think coufil possibly be saved Sold by J IE Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are first ten days of January If you have not thorough get some of roy Barred Plymoth Rucks They won Lsft 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1907 1 setting s 2 settings 1 settings per100 5 per 1000 25 iChicks lOcts each any number nave ready Book orders now for what yoa want cash with orders Satisfactiwa guaranted Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeys Phone in residence three on old Danville Pike I also sell Incubators Brooders chick Feed and Poultry Supplies t land- aU i mile 124 6m year day average of uuuuuuu 7 Walton R ross pike I 70 eggs New T7 4 ts r miles miJ The best as it will not rust as quick as other I fences the staves will not slip it can be stretched tighter and will stay up better than any fence Price Oft 30c I Steam Engines and Gasoline Engines Buggies Wagons Harness Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Trace Chains Hames Home Straps II and Strings Work Bridles 1 BreechingBuggyWhips Binders Mowers Cutting Harrows Hemp Reapers Feed Cutters Seperators W X ROMANS Just received New Line of Watches Bracelets Lockets fIG Ifyou wnnt a watch of any of the very best makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have theme and will save you money on them Our stock of e ry is complete and prices low Morrow McRoberts wiRE FEiCE III III 111 I III III lei III III II 1l I II II III t V I i I I I Baii I I IJt I 3Y Dm i KOKOMO I Lil I a t e Y I ewe 3e l Copyright 1907 by Han Schaffiier Marx E E5 for File Years Here is a boy whom D D D Prescription cured quickly Eczema andat a total cost of 3 oo afterall other remedies admany doctors failed IJ ur Doctored If Read tiiis letter from a parent ZixzcTOXE O t the 1XU9 Coaii aay Chicago IlL J CctftenCT I can truthfully ray UDI Is certainly a j conJerful yrepartlon I lor- Ii Orr ITS tmnliled with I Eczema for rear and we doe Itorcd with doctors Lain j priv JU1M at the when at lost to buy a bcttlo D I O ot the Adams F m cy tad try It 1 am very glad to say that after three bottles c I D 1 at fUWabotUeocr boy is ponad Eczema left IVople say that ecnerin little short of raarveloas Yours truly G IS MOORE Agent TTells Forgo Jc Co and Pacific Express Slog that 00 nd also many TariOh advertised remedies Lain and and hu no FIO of this galek cure rfter fln years of untold orate 1 icz s rent years drugstore utlng S we wtrc persuaded well seems I SufferersEczema Will this convince you Or will this at least influence you enough so that you will investi gate further Investigation all we ask Investigation will prove you that this pleasant external D D Prescription is bused on the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by killing and dislodging the Eczema germ is o liquidD I The case of Herbert Moore Is but one ol hundreds ysthousands REMEMBER JVE OURSELVES CAREFULLY THIS REMEDY BEFORE ACCEPTING THE AGENCY IN OUR HOME TOWN Knowing that D D I of skin trouble RhetfaeraRingWcnn Eczema Barbers Itch Psoriasis or ether skin diseases we have decided to recommend It in pref create even to our own prescriptions R E McRoberts INVESTIGATED cure nI1 dr I Drain y I SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE takeaway the Itch and give indications of an early cure Dont spend a cent store until you have tried the free sample and have found that you too are relieved and will be cured like nil the others who doubted at first Cat this ad oat mail it to the D DD Co Suite 112120 Michigan Street Chicago and Ie bottle rill be sent at once at our the tree E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice PresL W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED IF I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative treatment Banking1 CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 I JICI1OBS I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Farmers AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay- In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General 2 Insurance A encv i i 1 Y FREE 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 ITS ALL WOOL AND GUARANTEED TO WEAR GZ 4ID 1WEEIiIII I Store t H BATS ON 170N tae The White Elephant R We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the best have overcome their former prejudice and now advise their I patients to simply get DDD from the x at 100 a bottle physicians drugstore M COY R G GUYN J B WOODS You will agree with us that credit is due these physicians for thus the larger fees they could make by writing out their own prescriptions sacrificing P aa ARNOLD J 8 WOODS R L BURROWS- E L III w C FISH By special arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7anyone aA 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 opportune ty is at your door and saves board and traveling expenses See Lippard A weak Stomach means weak stomach nerves always And this Is also true of the Heart and Kidneys Itsa pity that sick ones continue to drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves not the organsthemselves need this help This explains why Dr Shoops Restorative has and is promptly help log so many sick ones It goes direct t the cause of these diseases Test this vital truth and see t I Prof R E McBoberta l But we realize how many times the poor skin sufferer has paid good money for so called blood remedies for smeary salves useless ointments and harmful soaps We do not want you to spend a cent until you are convinced hence the offer of a LARGE SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE sufficient sample to 0 prepaida Cough CautionHyaj always soothe and ease the Intt chial tubes Dont blindly It stupefying poison Itsstrange 1 mixtures or prescriptions containing to and others should insist on having Dr fhoop Cough Cure No marks on Dr labels and none inthe medicine else it inuit Jaw be on the label And Itsnot only butft is said to be those that knowit a truly re markable cough remedy Take nochance thai particularly with yourchildren Snoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Sloop package note difference Mo You cu always be onthe safe ride bydemanding Dr Shoops Cough CureR E Want 100 veal calves Will pay highest market price U Hamilton from a Iheal owith how wHne finally come about For ShooJl has constantly warned notw cough Plum Chloroform or simiJarpo And late thoughConcrem ways Put itOIl the libel if poisons are in your Cough Mixture tbest on Dr B C never positivelyaever poison yauflan cough then lo asap t years Verygood 11 Insist ha with r the Personals Mr Joe B Haselden of Cincinnati was here this week Mrs Louis Landram is with her Mrs A H Rice in Louisville Miss Nina Mahan of Williamsburg is visiting relatives and friends here Miss Callie Adams has returned home after a months stay in the South Col W S Ferguson of Covington was here several days first of the week Mr W G Kemper cashier of Peoples Bank Paint was in town Tues dayMisses Alberta and Elizabeth have been visiting friends in Dan yule Bothwell is attending the sessions of the Lincoln circuit court B Ray has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Manford in FrankfortMr B Robinson and wife of Danville spent Sunday and Monday with Lancaster relatives Mr Charles Collier who has a good job in Middlesboro spent a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Jas B Collier A storm party was given Miss Bettie Walker Burnside on last Thursday evening Delightful refreshments were served and an enjoyable evening j was spent Stanford Journal Mr and Mrs M of Marksbury attended the funeral of Mrs Jesse Lynn Wednesday and were guests of Mr and Mrs H D Aldridge Mr L F Hubble of Rock castle Springs was on Tuesdays train returning from Hot Springs where he has been greatly relieved of rheumatism EVERYBODY HAPPY Everybodys happy as far as I kin Though when it comes to reasons we are bound to disagree Folks that talk prosperity are happy for the cheer That comes when crops are loomln up in plenty far an near Happy cause the countrys got an men To take whatever starts out wrong an set it right again Happy for the present which is sllencin regret An happy for the future which U look in better yet Of course we dont pretend that life 1 all a grand sweet song But folks cant sing forever they are bound to tire fore long But theres room for everybody in this big old world of ours An those that like the briars they kin easy dodge the flowers There is always some one comln out attain up a row That will bring a passin wrinkle to the most contented brow An some of us is happy cause the bless ins fall so thick Am some of us is happy cause weve got a chance to kick Washington Star PHYSIOLOGICAL PHENOMENON sister Lick Hon J Mort Mr E F Rout Ark see materials Anderson They say that poor old Dick has water on the Great Scot How did he develop that What the water No the brain Days of Trial Old Santa Claus weve to paint As good and kind as could be If he to not a perfect saint TIM Christmas shopper should be tr M brain sought Was Iagtoa tar i RUSSIA FOR CHRIST Mission of Baron Woldemar Uxkull to His People in the Dark Lands One of the most interesting speak ers at the last Northfield conference u says the of Christian Work was Baron Woldemar Uxkull of Russia The baron was con verted from In middle life and is now fired with the great purpose of having the gospel Record Infidelity broadBaronthe Russian empire He declares that the need in that dark land today is appalling He calls it the largest unevangelized field In the world He says that in all Rus sia there Is not a single training school for evangelical ministers while In the vast territory of Siberia there Is no gospel minister He has come to America to raise 100000 to es tablish in his native land a training school for ministers and Christian workers on the lines of the Moody Bi ble institute in Chicago The baron Is president of the Baptist Union in Russia a vicepresident of the Worlds Baptist Alliance He Is by his wife who is a charming woman During the Northfield conference the baron told the story of his con version and also of the present condition and needs of Russia He was brought up on the large family estate in Esthohia but found no real peace or satisfaction in life until he accepted Christ as his personal Say iour Some time after his conversion be was baptized in his own castle of the peasant Christians and he became a member of the peasants church At their request he then pastor of their church and now devotes time and money to the of the work THE MINISTERS SALARY General Move to Increase the Amount to 1000 or More Reports from religious gatherings in all parts of the country Indicate that the ministers salary is receiving consideration The laymen are coming to recognize the heroism ol the devoted men who give their time and thought to the church for salaries of four five or six hundred dollars a year and are manifesting a disposition to remove the for the continuance of such sacrifice The sustentation committee of the Rock River of the Methodist church reported at its meeting in Chicago that it had decided to make an effort to raise enough money so that no minister might receive less than 1000 a year and the laymen of the conference at their own meeting adopted by a resolution favoring the in salaries The Methodists are especially active this fall in the matter The Chicago Tribune has re ceived reports from ten Illinois and neighboring states at which the subject was discussed and the opinion expressed that unless quick action were taken there would be a dearth of preachers What regarded as an extreme Illustration of the present tendency comes from the Des Moines conference held at Council Bluffs Ia where it was that 37 of the 217 pulpits are vacant because of the insufficient sal ary whereas ten years ago there were ten more preachers than pulpits in the conference Orphan Girls Remembered Of the many wonderful things in the world few if any more wonderful than the manifestations of the care whichGod takes of the helpless There was a splendid Illustration of this care exercised through human in the will of the late Robert N of Philadelphia Mr Carson an estate worth 5000090 for purpose of founding and main taming a college for orphan girls be tween the of five and ten years who have neither father nor They are to receive such training will fit them for a life of usefulness and are then to be at age of 18 or less The girls are not to be dressed la uniform but are to be allowed toe exercise of aome d fm of iaaiTttial accompanied religious became interests deserved acclamation conferences- in J maybe reported are instruments bequeathed ages mother as and bone commendable necessity unnecessary conference increase i Carson discharged the tag s y Busy I Are you working hard these days asked one New Yorker Yes answered the other I havent seen you at the office No one day Ive been busy my money out of the bank for fear the financiers would get it and the next Ive been busy putting it back for fear the burglars would get it Washington Star Violation of Contract A young Irish matron who was a believer in the variety that Is the spice of life surprised everyone by bringing her inoffensive spouse When questioned by the sedate judge for cause for legal separation she saidWhen Mike married me he swore he would die for me he hasnt died yit Judge REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Feb 14 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 147355 55 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 170 79 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 5000 00 Due from National Banks not Agents 8624 25 Due from State Banks and Bankers 838 60 Due from approved reserve agents 62573 90 Checks other cash items Notes of other National Banks 1540 00 Fractional paper currency nickels LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 13817 00 Legaltender notes 18192 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL 323374 n LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 fuud 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes raid 7380 42 National Bank notes outstanding 50000 00 Due to other 3311 93 Due to State Banks and Bankers 30 30 Individual deposits subject to check 201299 22 Reserved for Taxes TOTAL 323374 71 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY or GABRABD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state went is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of February 1908 S C Notary Public My Commission expires Jany 25 1912 COMJCCT Attest 4 J andand OF THE t No2SSSr 21900 00 Reserve 50 32 and cents 95 32 J3i 00 1352 84 U I I getting J S JOHNSON T M ARNOLD 11 WALKER REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL MlNo 1493 OF LANCASTER KY AT RESOURCES Loans and discounts J133 91 68 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 856 70 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 22 504- 7Banklnfcnonsefnraitnreandfixtures 700000 Due from National Banks uotreserve agents 11719 21 Due reserve atrenta U62 89 Checks cash items 135 95 Notes of other National Banks 3265 00 13 64 LAWFUL REsERVE IN BANK viz Specie Legaltender notes 1689500 Redemption Fund with U 8 Tress I urer S circulation Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 5008000 fund 10000 00 taxes paid 1243024 National Bank Notes Outstanding 50000 00 Due to Other Banks 8234 63 Due to State Banks and Bankers 364 OS Individual deposits subject tocheek 179467 3C Reserved 250435 Total S31X99054 STATIOFKKimJCKTCOUNTYOFOAKRARDSS I S C DXNNT Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to of ray knowledge and belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Slat day of February 1906 W O ExamNotary Public My Commission expires Feb 30 1910 Attest OPTHE The Close of Business Feb 141908 I MoltBY 6895 00 10000 00 1 2500 QO 54 Undivided profltsless expenses and another Fractional S S C Auur K BDCOCUAN Dnicy JLButi l DirectorsV Frisbies 000000000000 B R McRoBEKTs Prest J W ELMORE Cashr J C EUBANKS Vice Prest B BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst The fiarrard Bank Trust Co IHCOKFOKAXfcD Itis the aim of this inetltatlOB to Meet every leuoaafbfe quirement of of a banking nature Bgjiiped with Ike latest teg fruf Yaaft i Srit officered and conaselcd directorate whose 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OOOC I I I OON I 1 Pricesre t H TIoffan J B Haaeldea A B Brown Jfc X Woods T PrIceL DRUG STORE BaaksHvdow 8 L Burtoa ILK Perkins W G Gooch 11 LcDki f It VutiaTa RLButEat 1s Atfanortths old J5BOSESJ3CIMS m a 4 nor BOTNAKCOTIC aIUIJrSMllZ1J1f3 ArJ tNaAtia w- E nrw A rorCons Lion Sour uissiidLOSSOF Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COWOP WRAPPER 1 gctab1eprcparafloflfoi tingthestnPsaII1Bowe1stiiiessaiidResLContainsneitt1 J3IIui SLOIBaChDiarrhOe- aIWormsConvulsionsYcverish SLEEI- TcSim1c VERY SPRINGY Weary do they leap highWalker I suppose its cause geysers are composed of spring water Over the Telephone Skadds were raising a little collection And we hope you will make no objection We are counting on you For a dollar or two old Skadds here broke the con nection Chicago Tribune His First Chance Didnt you feel terribly nervous hen you got up to address that of women Xo replied the amateur entertain er J felt triumphant It was the first time I had ever had a chance to say a word where there was a room ful of Record Herald He Should Consider This- I see that the king of Spain as sumes the title of Duke of Toledo when he travels abroad You dont say answered Uncle Hiram Why dont he avoid any risk of makin Columbus mad by himself the marquis of Gillipolis Chicago RecordHerald Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Presistent Cough Relief Found at Last For several winters past my wife has been troubled with a most per sistent and disagreeable cough which invirlably 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 November last the cough again put in an appearance and my wife acting on the suggestion of a friend bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy The result was indeed After three doses the cough entirely disappeared and has tested itself since This remidy is tor sale by F PFrisbie lm Our Government Cemetery In Mexico Though very few people are aware of the fact said an army officer the other day the United States govern meat OWES aad maintains a national cemetery In Mexico It is located at San Cosme Bear the City of Mexico and was purchased and established in the year 1850 for the purpose of the remains of the soldiers of the United States who died or were killed la that icialty during the war with Mexico and also for the purpose Interring the bodies of citizens of tie United State who have died lm that vicinity since that period Washington Star Suffering ft Dollars Saved N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cats healed by Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It is the best healing salve I have everfound Heals burns ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at B E McEoberte Druggist lm J WillieWhy Longoh Forbut roomful womenChicago I Inc purchased- a not maul l fit E SLoper ot Mirilla byfar ores l calm marvelous Interring r l For Infants and Children Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA THe lTAUIi CONIIY YORk CITY rr CASIORIA The NEW An Excellent course This is not the hoarybearded tale of the raw recruit who halted the offi cer of the day in the middle of the stream and forced him to dismount and wade through the water to be rec ognized although there be a similiar ity of settings- A cavalry rookie on his first nights tour was approached by the officer and after demanding his and general orders and asking a number of more or less reasonable questions wound up by requesting the guards method of procedure if he were to see a steamboat coming toward him across the parade ground To which the rookie respectfully Id quit drinking sir Judge And Returned Next Day One little pig went to market And one little pig stayed home And the piggy that went to market Cried Crooks Surething gam blers Pirates Confidence men Rich malefactors Pickpockets Stock waterers Undesirable Citizens Mar ketriggers Trustjugglers Thieves all the way home Puck The Jumping Off Place Consumption had me in its grasp and I had almost reached the jumping off place when I was advised to try Kings New Discovery and I want say right now it saved my life began with the first bottle and after taking a dozen bottles I a well and happy man George Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and colds healer of weak sore lungs and for pre venting pneumonia New Discovery supreme 50c and LOO at R E Me Roberts druggist Trial bottle free lm Had Wrecked the Machine Owner of motor car to chauffeur Have you a recommendation from your last employer sir but I can get one in the course of a month or so Owner of Motor the de In hospital Disappointed Nan Yon told me he was a young man with an established reputation Nan I find he Is a young man with a reputation but no establishment Chicago Tribune Save Money by Buying Chamberlains Cough Remedy You will pay just as much for a bot tIe of Chamberlains Cough 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 tocureyou quality is in every bottle of this remedy and you get good results when you take it Neglected colds develop serious conditions and when you buy a cough medicine you want to be sure you are getting one that will cure your cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy always cures Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle For sale by F P Frisbie lm A Deserved Rebuke Mrs de what have you been doing WUlie I bin skatin Mrs de Yea havent been out of the house Willie Well I bin skatin1 on make blieve ice with the skates you prom teed me last birthday Jud Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Preventis before it gets deeply seated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tab lets is surely sensible and safe Pre ventics contain no Quinine no nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never appear if ear ly colds were promptly broken Also good for feverish children Large box 48 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 cents Soldby EE McBoberts I spe- cIal I replied Dr to was alain says and is ChauffeurNo CarWhy layChauffeurHes FanWell often CloseWIllIe CloseNonsense tablets25 I Improvement laxa- tIve C Why Shcul He I hive seen London said the speaker waving his left arm I have ridden through the streets of Paris I have stood among the monuments of Berlin I have feasted my eyes upon the beauties of Vienna I 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 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 Ask Yourself the Question Why not use Chamberlains Pain Balm when you have the We feel sure that the result will be prompt and satisfactory application relieves the pain and many have been permanently cured by its use 25 and 50 sizes For sale by F P Frisbie lm FEARED THE WORST Wlth straining eyes the palefaced man watched the advancing policemen through the window No sooner had the bluecoats reached the porch when with trembling fingers he drew a heavy revolver from his pocket and pressed the muzzle against his temple Before his nervous fingers could pull the deadly trigger his faithful wife dashed the weapon asideJohn John she gasped dont Theyve only come to summons you for a jury If thats the case Ill submit answered the man wiping the cold sweat from his brow But Ill die before Ill shovel the snow off that walk Judge The Old Quarrel You live on Puget sound do you Why so do I Finest country in the world sir said the passenger with the closely cropped beard To see the sun rising over Mount Tacoma You mean Mount Rainier I pre sume interrupted the passenger with the shaggy eyebrows Yes sir life out there is one long No sir I mean Mount Tacoma I might have known from your looks that youre one of those Seattle pugs the same you ignoramus every schoolboy knows its Mount Ra Biff Bang Chicago Tribune Why He Felt Good What in the name of all that is laughable makes Sweetson feel so he just won ten on a bet Seaver Won ten dollars did he Theres always some brainless sucker ready to part with his hardearned cash betting on a proposition which any child with brains enough to blow a whistle would know was certain to be beat What consummate ass did Swettson rake that ten dollars off of it off me Judge Agreed with Him Parishioner a little the worse for liquor I hearzh you preazh las nightNew didnt hear much I fancy what hIc I thought myshelf Judge Unfortunate- I met a legless man one day A poor unfortunate who begs From everyone who goes his way A railroad train cut off his legs Oh luckless legless man I said Your plight my soul with pity fills Your legs are bowed my head However do you foot your bills Detroit Free Press THOSE GIRLS AGAIN I I eo1t I PaChicago venerable moment rheumatism 0 n e ents throbbing thatJust Sea goodWeaverWhy dollars WeaverWhy heerrwon MInIsterYou ParishionerThaz goneI u t peacefully Jack Do you girls really trust each other Dollie Of course we do Ethel just told me she was in love with you She confided in me because she knew 1 wouldnt Advice This generous world in which we live With good advice keeps men awake TIs something that all love to give And no one really cares to take Washington Star Fates Perversity Did you see where a girl was stricken blind in New York while the piano That just shows how perverse fate Is even with Its afflictions Why couldnt it strike with deafness the people who have to listen to girls playing the piano Baltimore In and Out I tell you bellowed the street orator there are two sides question of reforming people by imprisoning them You bet muttered Knutt who was leaning azinst a lamp post Ive tried both sides of it lots o times Chicago Tribune tell playing corner tot Tuff II d fl A America I 2 LY I I I oj l r r 00zf Ej- Q D e 1 1 4j t 5ii112 A RAINWATER SYSTEM A Pure Inexpensive Supply Comes from Above and Needs No Lifting A galvanized iron tank is placed in an upper room just beneath the eaves of the various pipes etc can best be by reference to diagram given herewith T is the tank E pipe from one side of roof O overflow of tank into N leader from roof to cistern C cis of roof The arrangement understood tern I pipe from cistern to tank by which tank may be filled when rains are not frequent enough to do it P pump at kitchen sink R range H hotwater tank J pipe from large tank supply ing cold water for bathroom and for hotwater tank B bathtub A closet L coldwater faucet M hotwater V waste pipe from bathroom D soil pipe leading to cesspool away from house The cut is made in this way merely to show the different parts The fixtures should of course be lo cated according to the construction of the house arranging things so as to take little pipe with as few turns as is practicable The pump is used for the water sup ply in the kitchen Being a double acting pump one can by changing the shutoffs pump water from the cistern to fill the upper tank The filter F is not entirely By having an aerator to the pump and by taking the precaution to turn out the first water that falls after a dry spell the cistern will be quite satisfactory It should be cleaned out two or three times a year Not counting the cistern which is usually already present the materials says the Farm Journal would cost something as follows labor not Galvanized iron tank 5 bathtub 5 hotwater tank 5 pump 650 one and onehalf inch galvanized iron pipe and threeinch castiron pipe to cesspool about 30 traps vents etc perhaps 10 The soil pipe to the cesspool should have a good fall so as always to run clear of obstructions it should be trapped and vented in the best man ner The fixtures in the house should also be trapped and vented a will explain all such details not shown on diagram Without traps and vents sewer gas is likely to get into the house and poison the inmates Cheap poorly connected plumbing is worse than is continually getting out of order and menacing health Get a firstclass job FERTILITY OF SOIL Science of the Growth of Plants Should Be Understood by Farmer A R Whitson of the Wisconsin sta tion says Directly or indirectly the food of mankind conies from the soil and there is therefore nothing more important in agriculture than that the factors which determine the of the soil be thoroughly This bulletin is written for the purposes of putting before the farmer a statement of our present knowledge of the factors which influ ence the fertility of the soil and of the relation of these factors to each other The agricultural plants require for growth a favorable temperature light and a supply of material including dioxide water and certain chem ical elements derived from the soil The chief of these elements are phosphorus potassium calcium and magnesium Since oxygen is used at every point of the plant where growth takes place it is needed at the tops of the roots and therefore soil must be aerated All these are dependent on the climate on the physical and chemical conditions of the soil and on various changes going on in the soil ALL AROUND THE FARM Have you a good supply of seed corn The indications are that seed corn of first class quality will be very scarce next spring Dont drive the boy off the farm into a store or shop Arrange the farm work so he will like it Dont starve the heifer calf just be cause she is to be kept for the dairy She should make a healthy growth all the time Some people believe in predestined careers We believe in making ones career Dont you The farm is a good place to work one out Dont mix the salt with the feed Let the stock use it as they wish The secret of good breeding is to have a good foundation to work upon Dont chain yourself to a profitless Soil and Keeping Quality of Apples Investigations of the apple soils of California have shown that there is a close relationship between the qualities of the apples and the various kinds of soils on which they are grown This is very important and should prove of great value to apple growers in planting new Stop that tickling Cough DrShoops Cough Cure wilt surely step it and with perfect safety It is so thorough lyliarmless that Dr Shoop tells to use nothing else with very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung Jieal ing mountainous shrub furnish the curative crpperties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing used to injure or Demand Dr Snoops Take no other B E McRoberts faucet various as attachment included I plumber noneit productiveness understood carbon nitrogen conditions cow keep- Ing orchards mothers even suppress T Ir necessary o z DEATH IN THEIR OCCUPATION Makers of Mirrors Poisoned by the Vapor of rjercury Every mirror is made at the cost of human suffering and poisoning The silvering of the glass by applying a layer of tinfoil alloyed with mercury involves so much risk of poisoning the work people constantly breathing the mercury vapor that numerous at tempts have been made to use an other metal for the purpose It was shown by Liebig that a fine adherent deposit of metallic silver could be applied to glass by reducing a solution of a silver salt with milk sugar so this method has been em ployed as a commercial process There have been partly successful attempts to get a like deposit of copper The mirror often lacks brilliance and is usually disfigured with stains But it has been found by one F D Chattaway of England that solutions of copper salts can produce brilliant reddish films of metallic copper which are as perfect reflectors as silver His method of coating glass with a layer of copper it is thought will probably be used extensively in making mirrors and other glassware articles FOUND A CURE FOR INSOMNIA One Sufferer Testifies That Deep Breathing Helped Him I have been troubled with insomnia all my life remarked the nervous man and like most people similarly afflicted I have tried all the familiar dodges to induce sleep The results were never particularly satisfactory in the way of producing the desired effect until one night I thought I had actually found a sleepinducer when I chanced to grasp one of the rods at the head of my bed with both hands and practically hung the weight of my body on them That sent me to sleep and it did the same thing for a few times when to my extreme I found it had ceased to work I was as badly off as recently until one night when I had a bad cough as well as an attack of sleeplessness I tried the wellknown remedy of trying to send myself off into the land of nod by taking long deep breaths What it did to me and has done several times since was not to only send me to sleep but to stop my cough Just why it did so is not of much consequence That it did so is the thing that me most Russias Great Library One of the greatest monuments to the memory of that benevolent despot Peter the Great is the imperial Ii brary of Russia established by him in 1714 Present ranking places it third among the worlds great libraries It Is preceded by the National library of Paris and that of the British museum of London It contains 1500000 and 26000 manuscripts The most important accession it ever was probably at the time of the suppression of the Society of Jesus in Russia when most of the Jesuit col lections were transferred to the library Among them was the famous collection of Count Zaluski consisting of 260000 volumes and 10 000 manuscripts The most important manuscirpt in the library is the SinaItIcus of the Greek Bible brought to Russia by Prof Tischen dorf in 1859 from the convent of St Catherine on Mount Sinai RedHaired Charmers There are no redhaired old maidsThe speaker a redhaired actress lighted a fresh cigarette and went on The redhaired have an excess of iron in their blood This causes them to overflow with vitality animal spir its gayety wit I must not boast must I She smiled and smoothing her rud dy locks with a slim white hand she addedAt any rate it is a palpable fact that the redhaired girl never gets left As a rule she is married at 20 A redhaired old maid is a greater than a millionaire anarchist Leap year begins with 1908 but we red haired girls have no need of leap year Tinfoil Valuable Several of the bestknown manufacturers on the continent are advising customers not to throw away the tinfoil in which the is enveloped but to keep it until called for by an agent who will gladly pay the market price for it The pres ent high price of tin is due to the of English and Dutch speculators who have forced it far beyond Its actual value The chocolate industry in Europe spends nearly 4000000 annually for tinfoil which is generally thrown to the winds Impudent Boy Mamma asked Tommy what year were you and papa married In the year 1906 dear answered HunkerWas a leap year- I believe it was Why mamma did you have to No I didnt you insolent little ras cal interrupted his indignant mother And Ive a great mind to spank you for thinking of it A Literal Youth Why Johnny said Mrs Muggins what are you doing here Is Willies party over Nome blubbered Johnny But the minute I got inside the house father told me to make myself at home and I Weekly If you have Catarrab rid yourself of repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop f 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 worth your knowing Write Dont sufier longer B E Mc Roberts 7 I J t I I I mirrors disappoInt- ment concerns imperial Codex charmbut rarity chocolate chocolate action Willies cameHarpers this well today it I volumes received PILES get toe relief frw I 1 111 t c c i kshsspsN1I Tor Infants and Childrc The Kind You te BaagM Bears the Signature of When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs al ways fail Dont dru the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is smply a makeshift Get a pre scription Riio vn 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 McRoberls MAKES LiFE MISERABLE Troubles That Keep Kali the Local Doctors Busy Half of the proscriptions the loral loctors wvite arc for that rcsiJt Irectly from a weakened stoniacli ttrcn thcn tie stomach muscles he secretioa of isfciff jiHtts in i ycr vill find that cowmen alMcticns Iiuii estioc with its hraiTaclios dizzrarsr cf spirit spots before the pyt ervoiisness an l gctera lebility have been ovcrrorap From now on hruM 10 the strength am ealthcf th3 str T iiona tablets foil wilt soon yourself stronr am cvcr knoiv the rneanr of in IrvtfM Ii iliona fit hvo an tintJ MaK nirative effect in stomach tJso tiers oulti not be sold on thtr jnia toe t rr und the money urJer it all that i An aloiiite unqualified uamitcr is given with every 50otnt K X of Miona that the money will br refunded unless the medicine cures Sold ml guaranteed by For sale by R E McRoberts Public Sale Having decided to move to I will on SATURDAY MARCH 14 OS at the home of my father near Hyattsviile sell to the highest bidder the following property Household and kitchen furniture farming implements 3 brood mares will work anywhere 1 gelding 2 milk cows 11 head yearling cattle 9 head of hogs Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclockw H coxy Capt A M Bourne Auct Ordinances An Ordinance creating and a Fire Department in the City of Lancaster Ky Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster Ky as fol lowsSection 1 There is hereby created a Fire Department in and for the City of Lancaster Ky to be composed of nine persons and Superintendent of tbe Water Works Section 2 Said Department shall be under the control and directicn of said Superintendent of the and said nine persons sball be selected by the said Superintendent and act under bis direction and con trolSection 3 Each of said nine shall be allowed one dollar for each day fire and two dollars for each night tire provided they go into service in undertaking to the prospective fires and the said Superintendent shall present the payroll of said members to the for action provided the Superintend entshall receive nothing beyond his salary This ordinance shall take effect on and after its publication Adopted Feby 10 1908 Attest W B Mason Clerk Attest H T Logan Mayor An ordinance making the County Jail the City work house Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of Lancaster Ky as follows Section 1 The County Jail shall hereafter be used as the city work house and tbe prisoners shall be work ed by the marshal or by some one under his direction Section 2 The jailor shall receive 50cts per day and no more for each prisoner and only one day shall be charged for unless the prisoners shall remain in Jail for more than three meals This ordinance shall take effect on and after its publication Adopted on Feby 10 1908 Attest W B Mason Clerk H T Logan Mayor Who Will Be President This is a presidental year and every man must read to keep on politics The Conner Journal Henry Waterson 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 theCorn ier JournalDaily Courier Journal 600 a year Sunday Courier Journal 200 a year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper C i r r I LL7 fur ep ion t with fin I ot docs bin l t Somerset City Water- Works members actual extinguish Council regular posted order I p jrIAIwa regulat- Ing CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Fafeys Horay am Tar sotonly stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious r suits from a cold I There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Folays Hanay aid T Is taken as it wilt cure the most dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do risk Pneumonia when Fofcys Tar will cure you quickly awl strengthen your lungs j Remember tb name F88Jr Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do nottake chancas with some unknovnt preparation that costs you the same you can get Folays Honey and Tar that costs yen M MTO a d IB Mfe sail certain in results Contains opiates curd Aftar PhyaiciaM SaU CoM i2ati n i E H Jones Pastor JT EL ChurcbJ Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had avery severe cold which physicians said was very near and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave m so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs sine that time Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the smalt and the 100 bottle almost six as much S8LB AI8 IECOXXE1BE8 ItC C J E Stormes VALUE OF RIGHT 8REATHINCL Health Comes From Knowing How and Waat Breathe Dust laden with too germs of consump tion or other disease inhaled all who use the streets but disease is unless the germs find conditions ior their lodgment and growths With people having catarrh there s am Ideal culture for these germs as the Irritated membrane and veakeaeiS tissues is a hotbed where germs moat thrive and multiply until they ore numer ous and If Lave catarrh should use easiest simplest and quickest cure tho direct Hyomel whose woiuZpr ful medicated air is taken in with the air you breathe directly follovrihs ant he all germs that Imve been inhalo1 repairing any damage may have so healing and tissues as to render and germ infection no longer possible The unusual Hvomeii fe sold should dispel all doubt as to its properties for our leading dnijsrisc ofTiT to the price to anyone ivhotn it fails to lou do not rtk a in testing the healing virtues of breath of life for with every SIOO outfit there a jutarantee relieve catarrh or money refunded Sold and jruaran teed by R E McRoberts All The Local Suite National Will be found inthe Central Record and the Ciueiwraii Weeilj EnQuirer We furnish both one year for only suso Leave or send your orders to The Central Record Office Lancaster Ry 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS DESIGNS CorrmcHTsAc sending asketch ant description may prickly ascertain OCr opinion as invention Is probably Communion UonsBtrictly conaaentlaL IKHilMH on Patents east free Oldest agency for securing patents Patents taken Mean Jt j ft f nnffrrirltTinnr A weekly Target cfew I of any acientUc Terms s Z 1 hi T C L J ti iii HONEY and TAR Coughs andColds strengthens coughsthe n Awhet pneumonia I size tw not vou tiNt vitalizing wn curative cent this is t News TIIHE Co reeehC charge lathe J JllKricaL ely illuatrated alft y f stubborn U sand a s- Had time developed you the 4 benefit AND I Mi lattoit journaL sr nswaOes1 I xw5- T