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XIGHTEESXB JTEAB LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 20 ID08 ENYTm o wo f- lHh LJ tlj1L znrJDU fi JThiJiiUULkL lining and Plumbing We can do your tin work and Plumbing Do it right and at once Let us have your orders Satisfaction guaranteed Roofing Guttering Plumbing and Repairing HASELDEN BROS B IIi iiJfIjilJli i I I I JnJ fdI WJ ritJ L i i 11 ti 1 l 1 ciMMiune 1 JAgeazlep i Arterial Cavity J Office on Danville Street ani Eaba1ming a UNDERTAKER FULL LINE OF CASKETS ASh BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK II tor 11 III IIIooe oeooa Local Items All members of the W C T U are quested to be present Saturday at2 30 Subject Neal Dow Bring a clip ping or be prepared to talk along that line All laundry work done by the Dan ville Steam Laundry is fully guaran teed Ring up Gulley Hotel and we will come for it Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf Three Years in Pen Geo Adams one of the men under indictment for shooting S D Rothwell at Dripping Springs last year was given three years in penitentiary this week Two others implicated have f not been tried To Tax Payers Notice Is hereby given to all to come forward and settle same right at once as I am required by law to make my settlement now Unless these taxes are paid now you will be put to additional expense L E Herron City Marshal The remains of Dr J M Burton were brought from Battle Creek Mich Monday and interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Dr Burton was well known in Garrard being widely connected with the best families of the county He recently went to Battle Creek in hope of regaining his health The burial was under charge of the local Masonic lodge Doty After a long illness Mrs Ann M Doty died at the Infirm ary in Louisville The remains were brought to Lancaster and interred in the local Cemetery Mrs Doty was in her seventyseventh year and the widow of the late Capt J M Doty who was one of the most prominent citizens in the county She is survived by five children T F Duty of Colorado of Minneapolis J S Doty of California J P Doty of Lancaster and Mrs J H Bassett of Louisville Mrs Doty was widely known in Gar rard county and was beloved by all her kindharteadness making friends of all with whom she became acquainted She was a devoted member of the Christian church The family have deepest sympathy in their great loss Error By Compositor In last issue of The Record the typo made E C Gaines ad for Continental Fire Insurance Co read a million dollars more net surplus than any oth er Company It should have read a quarter of a million rem ill 1 l m ill 1 iJ iJ ill i i I IJ f ii1 iI m Burton ill m ill m iI J Graystreet 1 I W H Doty I I I I I i taxpayers 1 J i Have you seen the New Fashions in Spring Clothes For Men and Young Men Our showing of the new model Peak Clothing is sure to you and every man who de sires to be really welldressed a moderate cost Fashionable Spring Suits 125O to 2250 You will find all tne new pat terns and fabrics which are being shown for Spiing Come see the new styles while the assortment is SMITH SEEKING e interest r completer 1 1 u i It 1 I will be at Lancaster court day 23rd with a few settings of my barred Plymoth Rock eggs Dont miss this opportunity to get the very best Next week is time to set to hatch the best layers I am now getting 100 doz a week Walton Moss Warning to StockOwners It is a wellknown fact that there a stock law in Lancaster I am by law to enforce this law hereby give ample warning to owners of stock that same will be taken up and impounded if found running at large L E Herron City Marshal tf Tobacco Prospects The Western Tobacco Journal says Growing interest is being manifested in the outlook for a crop this year It is a foregone conclusion that there will be a considerable reduction in the the Burley districts unless the 1906 and 1907 crops of the Equity Society are soon sold In the territory lying East of the Kentucky River it is probable that hardly any tabacco will beset Coming this way about a half crop will be raisen in Henry Shelby Franklin and Woodford and a full crop in Nelson Washington and Spen cer counties while South of Louisville an increase acreage will be put out The inquiry for seed indicates that many sections outside the Burley dis tricts are going to try to raise tobacco An Important Decision An important decision was rendered this week by Judge Gordon at Hop kinsville In the raid there some time ago about forty thousand dollars worth of tobacco was burned which belonged to Tobacco Trust The insurance company refused to pay relying on a clause in the policy which says tney shall not be liable for prop erty destroyed by mob or riot Judge Gordon declares that organized incend caries are neither If the Appellate Cout sustains the decision companies must pay all their losses in Kantucky occasioned by night riders raids The agents claim that this would be fol lowed by cancellation of all tobacc risks in Kentucky To The Citizens of Lancaste- rIt is the desire of the present city officers to give to the people a good administration in all respects We can concieve of nothing so important to the public health and we hereby requests every one to clean up their premises and put them in a sanitary condition We would much prefer that you will do this voluntary and not force us to resert to forcible means to protects the We have confidence in the business and intiligence of our citizens That they will do this by our merely calling their attention to the matter Many per sons have become sick and lost their lives by reason of negligience in this regard when they could have been saved by this expense Let everybody clean up their premises and keep them in a sanitary condition that we may have a happy and beautiful community where the best people on earth resides H T Logan Mayor PUEACHERSV1LLE J D Horton at Martinsville Ind Mr T W Jones has been quite sick Ransom Ragan has moved to Jessa mineLevi Bell sold some corn to Mr Kerr at 300 Mrs F F Cummins was over at Stan ford last week Miss Katie Payne has been visiting relatives here M F Lawrence had 26 visitors the other day to see and hear his phono graphMiss Lula Ballard is quite ill of inflamatory rheumatism David Lunsford is very ill of typhoid fever following the measles and pneu moniaMiss Frances Moser has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Levi Bell and familyJ sold some fat 1200 pound steers to J H Baughman at 4c also some hogs to T W Jones at 4 cts Jasper Collins of Crab Orchard won the prize as the best gent skater and Miss Jessie Ballard won as best lady skater Rev Pierce Bryant has been called by r their and will hold services the third Sun daysMr and Mrs J M Cress were in Rock castle at the bedside of Mrs Cress who mother who is quite ill caused by a fallRev Bascom Ragan was called to Valley View to preach the funeral of Andrew Broadus who was killed by a falling tree Mr Broaddus was a brother of Beverly Broaddus who kept store here last year Mrs Drew Siler of High Cliff Tenn died here at the home of her father Mr P E Parrish Saturday 7tb of She is survived by her husband and two small children The deceased was a grand daughter of Dr W M Doores of Crab Orchard Mrs Siler was a good woman and her friends sympathize deeply with the bereaved family She was buried in the Preachereville cemetery Congressional Announcement- We are anthorized to announce Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln connty a candidate for to Congress subject to the action of Is compelled and all acreagein British publichealth IS h Fa brethren f paste r consumption lit party i the tst reelection Deiaeorlitio Business Items Vulcan plows 850 J R Mount Co Vulcan plows 850 J R Mount Co Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W J Romans Best Seed Potatoes 120 cts tf S D Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Fresh fish ever Turners meat market A Good Coal for lOc per bu i 2t Banks Hu Garden seeds of all ki tf Turners Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Watch for the spotted pony and give the boy your order S D Turner Call up No 50 and get the brest fresh groceries at lowest prices tf Turner meat market Look at my ling of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Remember this is the last week of Wards cut price bargains You can not afford to miss this sale Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed 1m Bring in your eggs this week if you want to get them in on our cut price goods W H Ward We pay cash for eggs and will take them same as cash during our bargain days W H Ward If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee 1m Go to Wards any time in the 8 days following March 14th for Bargains We give a scientific test of your eyes and guarantee lenses to give satis faction for two years or no charge Morrow McRoberts jewelers The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans Thirtyfive years enables us to do the very best of repair work on watches clocks and jewelery All work done in the very best manner Morrow McRoberts We will call for your Laundry and deliver work promptly Ring up Gulley Hotel 48 Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf All kinds of garden seed seed pota toes Onion sets etc cheap for cash at Wards Produce taken same as cash If interested in Fire Life health and accident insurance see Ed C Gaines 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 selliuu at rock bottom prices Morrow McRoberts jewelers We pay you in of accident or illness 2500 to 10000 per month matter not where nor how hurt and if in transportation on cars double amount costs but little call at any office and have explainedEd C Gaines 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 Duck Eggs for Sale 13 for 100 26 for 1 50 The In dearunner duck lays the year around Phone 195F Miss Allie Anderson 3 13 1m Lancaster Ky Just received fresh car salt Plenty of good coal on hand at lowest prices Also and brick orders filled Austin Hurt Good work is the only thing the Danville Steam Laundry turns out Phone 48 Gulley Miller Agts I have moved my office to my poultry houses adjoining railroad stock on Stanford street Am now paying following prices Hens 9c eggs 14c to 14Jc turkeys lOc hides 4c It will pay you to see me before selling your produce Phone 35 H B Nortbcotttf What gives t tl Fire Co and the Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co their reputation Liberal contracts and the very policy holders vol ume of business written in Garrard county and elsewhere is convincing Ed C Gaines agt We have Agency for J Solomon Cos line of Merchant Tailoring And can save you money on a spring suit of clothes Remember a dollar pro fit looks big to a man who sells 100 lbs of Arbuckles coffee for 35cts give us an order and we guarantee a fit See H C Hamilton W H ContinentalFireCo havinga quarter of a million dollars more net than any other fireCopays losses cash without discount written one three and five years covering fire Lightning and tornado Beware of the March and insure your proper ty with their agt Ed C Gaines Eggs My pen of Barred Plymoth Rocks bred for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish few setting of eggs at 1 for 15 Ky tf Paper Hanging I now have the handsomest line of samples ever brought to Lancaster and am prepared to hang paper in the best manner and on the shortest notice Have your work done now be fore the rush Satisfaction guaranteed Milton Sneed t bu Tuner Fri t s I m tpnarket ofpractical case Notice promptlYPhone the Continel the Fine A C W H Wherrltt Lancaster at In experience Ube Mite Skirt Why They Look So Natty FREE LOOK FOR THIS TRADE LABEL IN EVERY SKIRT THE the jeiitC skirts are perfect for the rea son that they are built on entirely new being draped over living models not on inanimate wooden forms THE WORKMANSHIPon the jBUtC Shirts be excelled every garment is handtailored and hand seam bound double silk belting and gros grain silk steam shrunk and cannot loose their shape THE in the Mite Shirts are the very best none but allwool or allsilk every being thoroughly shrunk before being cut thus the wearer a skirt that will hold its shape and not draw THE in the Mite SfefrtS are superb all the latest creations of the importations Made as Represented Your Money Back Call and Inspect the ELITE SKIRTS NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Gyclones Windstorms Tornadoes This is the time of year for these Get a tornado policy from J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency FITof linesevery garment cannot pressedevery placket inconsequence FABRICSused allof piece up STYLESused seasondirect S giving u By special arrangements with Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence Bastin Nor COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by BANKS HUDSON We are headquarters for BULK GARDEN Mi FLOWER SEEDS of all kinds and we are making a specialty of NORTHERN SEED IRISH POTATOES this season We have on hand Early Rose Hebron Burbank Triumph Early Ohio in both 1st and 2nd crops Prices Bight We will sell exclusive this season A J Paynes Seed Sweet Potatoes one knows that hit potatoes are the best that can be bought GILL SIMPSON Phone 18L Lancaster Ky Li1AV r trJttl unrJ1JUIIV I I I Eve The Danville Laundry Guarantees All Work Ring up 48 Why Thtg Wear So Well 0 tile past to ofdslb laid at tea 4Ioc- ef tH tO adS cslei fnw fte 1atInatIeMI11Jf tM J tIo1 l i- iMa1aIs RSMrfsMM- iYslads wbleb kas is kssa- tteilatet psisosor Iesss fre swaps sad decaytaa rspstatieB ker- sow beea f oait- at eesgeess clatasi oast Ntaal aM MsMl1y fir r 4 CHANCE OF ANever before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our SALE OIF1 FINE IF pipS We are 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 q r PE a S THE LIFETIME I 1 ito vvALL offering is the best there is be had We are now offering this entire lot in order to reduce our overstock at less than rte I r kind but to 15 20 25c Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing at I Main s1 Danville The eyes to be fitted properly with glasses should be Tested Scientifically by some one who is an EXPERT GUESS WORK IS NOT SAFE- We offer you competent service in this work The price wili be reasonable Your eyesight is priceless Our Motto Promptness Accuracy and Reliability Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store 1 I I I I I I Jl 1111 JIJII weesneeeeeee aeew eeaee eeeeeeeeeeeee I neo aveawowovooooooooevoo J J WALKER PresidentI THE National Bank- Of Lancaster 10000 A K 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 R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L GilL Capital 50000 Sr Irs GIBBONSA E J S JonxsoN Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISMM SURPLUS tM B F HUDSOH Cashier W O BIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T H Arnold Jno A Sanders ITIZEN 11 Boxes for RentSafctyD posit fe Solicit Your Business I have in stock a nice line of Good Me dium and Cheap Furnitnre Carpets Mailings Rugs ETC all of which have been boufiht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J The Photo Season is Now Open and we are prepared to furnish you with the very latest work at reasonable prices Take Advantage of the Good Weather we are now having and bring the Children in The FOX STUDIO OpenEvery Saturday LOOX aEe D UGGETS CiROBINSON or Fi r 5c 25 to 50c For our regular 25 50c papers we are now asking the rediculously low price of CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY JlOO A YEAR LOUIS LAN DRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster yas SecondClass Mall Matter Member Ky Press Association I I I Lancaster Ky March 20 1908 It is the credit not to of the people to have it said that in no calling is there less honesty and less uprightness than in politics And yet that is lust what a prominent citizen of Indiana has given as his altogether a novice in the game of politics It might be a good thing for the general public to analyze the ques tion and see if there is not a vast amount of truth in what this gentle man says Just take an inventory of your experience and observation and determine if the truth has not been told Itis quite common for men of strict est honesty and whose integrity can not be questioned in abusiness transaction yet these same individuals will wink at tricks in politics that they would not sanction for a moment were the same methods of reaching an end in a business deal used And yet tricks in trade will at most affect only a few individuals and will be very much circumscribed in the circle of influence But in affairs political the very edifice of government may be put in joepardy by the dishonest methods of the shys ter palicician The political schemer is not confined to any political party but finds work for his hand in any and all parties So completely has the pol itical trick ramified the body politic and so accustomed has the general pub lic become to the dishonest methods of the so called workers that it seems to be expected And in this very fact lies the danger to the free institutions of the country If the masses could be made to see the extreme gravity of the situation there would be no trouble in eradicating the evil and put tut political institutions of the country 01 the safe and honest road to civic right eousnessBut people do not realize the danger and even an article like this is more than likely to be viewed as mere nonsense so have the politians lulled the masses into slumber or at nest an indiffer ence that is just the same in effect as sleep Men stay away from the primary or convention that is to nominate candidates for office and make as a plea that the thing Is fixed and that they could do no good But they could do much good and might unfix a lot of hand in politics they could make the calling just as free from dishonesty as any other affairs in which men engage The results would remove the odium that now too often attachesto politics Congress should enact a most strin gent law prohibiting gambling in food products There is no reason why the bread of the country should be made an obect of speculation on the Board of Trade It is reported that a gam bier in wheat just cleaned up a million dollars on May wheat Now if he made a million some one must have lost that much and in the meantime the farmer got no more tor his wheat but the chances are that the miller took his cue from the future and Jut up the price of flour and the man who had to buy bread had to pay the fneght When one takes a drive over the or the farms from a car window he can not help but wonder if he is ofan observing turn of mind how many of these farms are being cultivated to the limit of their possibilities It is doubtful ifone in an hundred is yielding anyway near limits of its soil possibilities Asa matter of fact there is not much the intense farming that should be done The fanner attempts too much with result that he does f I American manI I r f putLI I I I I country vews f2 s thoroughly o average the not get as much for his labor as he would were he to plant fewer acres and then cultivate to the limit A bashful maiden of a score on more summers and just about an equal num her of winters desires to know if a woman may propose in leap year Cer tainly she may and if the fellow does not respond properly she should go gunning for him It is open season all through 1908 for husbands and any women may bag one if she can find any unappropriated man running at large and welcome By the way it is a foolish unwritten law that fetters womankind in the proposing business There are a good many men in busi ness and in the profession who do not seem to realize the value of courtesy in business or the advantages of urbanity in the professions True real comes from the heart and not the head but even at that it is a qualit that may be successfully cultivated to the point of a second nature quality A man may be gentlemanly even if he can not be a gentleman This ma sound like a paradox but there i much truth about the statement jusi the same By the way it is a wise precaution to leave business cares at the office and not lug them home to annoy the family circle and worrow the entire household It can do no good to the home and is only a burden to the head of the house Of course it is easy to preach a sermon on some subjects and a mighty hard thing to practice some of the preachment But if a man can leave his business cares with the office fixtures he will be a large gainer The whiner is a mighty useless individual to society and the busi ness world What matters it if things do not come out just as you woula have them It can do no possible good to whine No one wants to hear it and no one will heed it The old adage about not crying over spilled milk is a pretty good one It were far better to hunt up another cow The story goes that Evelyn has de manded an even million dollars to let O of Harry Thaw Out among real men Harry would command about 75 cents and no doubt Evelyn would take t good deal less than the figures asked if some real money were tendered The sauer kraut trust is busted Well all right so long as the barrel that holds this by poduct of the truck patch can hold up the hops the noun try is safe Can a girl be said to have designs upon a man when she says of him that he looks like an animated meal ticketThe hog that has its days usually in sists upon a sixteen hour day in full defiance of all union rules An honest man is the noblest work of God also too often an easy mark and a gay comeon For deep content and placid happi ness seek out a man who has just been cured of toothache Life is short and full of trouble In these respects it resembles many men LOYD Mr Zack Ray is very ill at this writ ting Miss Patty Ray is improving very slowlyMrs Lucy Davis visited Mrs William Teater Tuesday Mrs Mall Carter was the guest of Mrs Tildon Teater Monday night Sanders and wife visited Mrs Mary A Sanders Sunday Mr Lige McMillion and wife was pleasant guest of her Parents Saturday nightMiss Willie Pierce and her cousin Ina Kay was the guest of Mrs James Sanders Misses Lida and Nell Ray visited Miss Lida Raney Friday night and SaturdayMiss Dprton of Marksbury visited her sister Mrs Joe Pollard the past week Mrs Taylor Baney and Mrs Joe Pollard visited Mrs Mary A Sanders cf Stone Friday I I courtesy I Mr Loyd the 7h o and up We are offering papers that sold from 75c and over for 75c JUT nEURON Farmers are very busy in this section Mr Dennie Scott is erecting a stock barn near his residence Mr and Mrs Chas Duncan a few friends Sunday Mrs Lucy Montgomery had a valua ble work mare to die last week The infant of Mr and Mrs Russell Vanderpool is on the sick list Mr Edd Grow spent Sunday with father Mr W N Grow near Loyd Mr Isaac Duncan bought of Jas Me Williams a pair of work mules price SITS Mr Jas Crawford bought of John Jackson a tract of land on Canor creek for Mr W B Montgomery delivered some corn to Mr Taylor Burdette near Bryantsville at 8300 per bbl Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan were the guests of Mr James Johnson and family at Wilmore a part of last week Mr Jas MeWilliams and Miss Minnie Ball drove to Rey G W Thompsons last Wednesday and were invited in natrimony THE GEN MORGAN MOMUMENT Feb 151908 To all the Chapters of U D C in Kyaud to the friends and ldmirers of Gen Jno H Morgan We state the Committee and Board of Advisors to select a suitable and competent sculptor to erect a monument to the heroic gallant and brave General Morgan and his men after due care deliberation and much thought decided to award the erection of said monument to Mr Pompeo CoppiniWe say to all concerned that we feel sure that we have made no mis take that the monument will be ad mired by all the Daughters and others who are to help furnish the money to pay for the building of the said monu went We are going to use our best en deavors and labor to have the monu ment the admiration of all who may have the behold it Please read this to your chapter and have it published in your town paper that all may know what we have done and what we are doing Mrs W M Bateman Chairman Mrs Winston Asst Chairman in behalf ofthe Committee Judge J R Morton Chairman Board of Advisers Mrs James H Minogue Secretary BRYANTSVILLE Miss Eliza Ison will go to Lexington Friday to see Ben Hur Mr D A Thomas or Lancaster was here on business Monday Mr Smiley of Lexington was here this week on business Miss Lizzie Marksbury still continues very low at her home at Marcellus Miss Atla Boner was the guest last week of Mrs J M Smith at Mackville Dr J H Durham is at home after spending a few days in Barboursviile Mrs Charley Deane and baby spent last week with her parents in Jessa mineMiss Hattie Durham of Lancaster spent Sunday with the family of Dr J H Durham Mrs King of Burgin has been visit ing her daughter Mis J C Williams for several days Mr and Mrs Ed Rogers of Nicholas ville were the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs J W Glass Miss Anna Kay Jenkins was called to Lexington Saturday by the illness of her sister Mrs Chalmers Gallaher Miss Lillian Leavell has announced herself a candiate from District No 10 in the Lexington Heralds Atlantic City contest 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 te your ord ers Mrs Dollie Brown For Remember the breeds that the most eggs are the breeds that yield the biggest profit S A Hill HyattavllteKy entertained 600 Kv pleasure to Avery T H I shortest Eggs Sale CWhite J Lexington 2 28 3mos t r i t Danville iMail st If you would like to fool some wise Coffee Critic who knows fine Coffee on taste and flavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Shoops Health Coffee and serve it piping hot It deceived Mrs Shoop and will I believe deceive any one And there is not a grain of real Coffee in it Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made in a 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling H pounds 25c Gill Simpson wmHerndon Ben BERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormea Denny Minuteno r DIIerndon I i ILan I M K drugstore DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry store wt T J HOOD tl 1 Y DENTIST I Office at residence al Danvillest tt tt= = = 15 to 25c For Sate S room dwelling store house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good land repair on the mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morfoid Ky His Hogs J A Scott Avon says Hour bon Hog Cholera RemedT cured some hogs for me that 1 did not think couFd possibly be saved Sold by J It Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are TO eggs day of 7 first ten days of January 1C you have not thorough set some of mY Plymoth Rocks They won lifs 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county Fair 1007 setting 3 7- 2settinfjs i il4 settings 200 per 100 500 25 00 Chicks lOcts each any number now ready Book orders now for what yore want cash with orders Satisfaction guaranted Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeys Walton E Moss Phone in residence three miles on old Danville Pike I also sell Incubators room alt in pike t Dunn Bourne 124 I GmCured Ky New year arred I no n I PoultrySupplies grass good I per 100 Buggies Buggies iIfl In order to make room for my large Spring stock of Buggies I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Come before they are all gone Bargains W J ROMANS 1 Just received New Line of Watches Bracelets Lockets Etc If you wnnt a watch of any of the very best makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have them and will save you on them Our stock of J 1 y complete and prices low Morrow McRoberts J m Y I a II I I money ci 10 on rr 5 r r r Ar rI j t ewe R er- R I y x Vulcan Plows 8 50 I gili1i81ffi r f8iS clJi dJ iii iifiifrii E b Syracuse Oliver Ii n J PlOWS Collars Hames and Collar Pads Trace Chains and Back Bands Blind Bridels and Breeching STUDEBAKER WAGONS The best most servicable and lightest running wagon made Come in and get our prices before purchasing J E Mount Co iii m i r E E1 i i 1 w Bring your Prescriptions to FRISBIES DRUG STORE Our prescription department is complete in every detail All prescription brought to us are filled by a Competent Registered Let PharmacistL- et us do your prescription business for you It will be done with absolute accuracy 1 I w A I 00 Frisbees DRUGSTORE Millinery Opening Everybody is invited to our Opening Display Saturday March 28th 1908 An early inspection of our Spring and Summer Patterns and ReadyToWear Latest creations in the best styles large small and medium Mrs Alexander Walker jpi tf a CfcS Spring 1908 Spring 1908 Millinery Opening You are especially invited y i SATURDAY MARCH 28th 1908 Mrs Ada Kinnaird a I j C l f t i t FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CHNOE 8 CRESCENT ROUTEQUEEN Tourist Tickets1 Winter t H G UNO C P a T 1 111 Hate St loktfM Ky r listeEFee anal YtliirMwtMw OB Sale HoTcdbec 1 1907 Good1etniaQ May IJ183lit I Gossip About People A Brief Mention off the Gotegs We Are hterestedja Mrs Wilder of Harrodsburg is visit ing friends bere Mrs William Potts of Brodhead has been visiting here Mr George Farris was at home Saturday and Sunday Mr B D Herndon was a visitor In Lexington the past week Judge H C Rice of Richmond on business Monday Misses Allie and Mary Arnold were shopping in Danville Saturday Mr William Collier wife and baby have gone to Owensboro to reside Miss Mason of Madison has been with her sister at the Simpson House Mr Eugene Millner of Cynthanna is visiting Bev and Mrs J H Williams Miss Eliza Anderson has returned from a visit to relatives in Biloxi MissMiss Lee Frather of Richmond has been the attractive guest of Miss Callie Adams Master Willie Rice Amon who has been quite ill of pneumonia is slowly Mrs B Burnside of Barbourville has been visiting her mother Mrs Patsy Kinnaird Miss Dove Harris has returned to Danville after a visit to her sister Mrs Sim Anderson Miss Wood of Stanford visited Misses Margaret and Joan Mount and attended the dance The many friends of Miss Betsy West are glad to hear of her recovery from a recent illness Miss Altie Marksbnry left Tuesday to visit her sister Mrs A H Bice at the Bossmore Louisville A very handsome picture of Miss Mary Moss of this city appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Mr Thomas Hamption of Winches ter recently visited his cousins Miss Emma Hoed and Dr Tom Hood Mrs Alexander Kennedy after a visit to her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson returned to Lexington Satur day Quite a handsome picture of Miss Angle Kinnaird was published in Saturdays Louisville Times Miss Kinnaird is the daughter of Dr and Mrs J B Kinnaird of this city Congratulations and good wishes are being sent to Mr and Mrs Larry D Jones for their daughter who arrived the past week at their home in Monti cello Mrs Jones was formerly Miss Willie Belle Burnside of this city The daughter has been christened Martha Ward Jones The Gleaners hela its regular meeting Friday afternoon in the Hbary of the High School Miss Altie Marksbury lead and a number of members of the club were present and bad a most enjoyable literary after noon Mrs J A Royston will lead the next meeting her subject is Child LaborStanford Interior J E Robinson of was here on legal business Saturday Mrs W K Warner and children are visiting her parents in Garrard Mr and Mrs J A Beazley of Lancaster were with re Sunday Mr Raymond Haselden of Lancaster spent Sunday with the Aldridge One of the most enjoyable events fcr the young folk the past week was the dance gven by the cotillion club Friday evening at the Armory Hall Saxton played beautiful and music At intermission an elegant supper was served in super ior style at the Kengarlan Many were present The entire affair was one of great pleasure Lame Shoulder Whether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is noth ing so good for a lame shoulder as Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each application and a quick cure is certain For by F P Frisbie 1m The Far Limit The lawyer said sadly to kin wife on his return home one night People seem very suspicious of me You know old Jones Well I did some work for him last month and when he asked me for the bill this morning I told him out of friendship I wouldnt charge him anything He thanked me cordially but said hed like a receipt Montreal Herald Gun Have Short Many of the finest longrange guns are completely worn out after being fired a hundred times Good For Everybody Mr Norman B Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine Itis for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system is the best spring medicine ever over a drug gists as a blood purifier it is unequalled SOc at McEbberts drug 1m JournalMr latives here MessrS and Trost delightful Lives aid by Tae where improving Lancaster that good Electric Bitters sold counter as I BUtiKlTE Mr Cecil Broaddus is reported quite sickMr Bob Long sold one horse last week for 100 Mr Alex Miles bought one cow last week for 3000 Mr Allen Teater is in Lancaster on business this week Mrs Raymond Ray visited relatives in Lancaster Friday Mr Thomas Hill and family was the guest of Mrs A Bogie Thursday Abba Naptha filled his regular appointment hear Sunday Mrs Wm Whittaker spent Wendes day night with Mrs Raymond Ray Mr and Mrs Arthur Daily has Christ ned their baby girl Annie Everll Hiram Ray sold a nice bunch of shoats to Mr Lawson for 4cts per lb Miss Norah Long of Cottonburg was visiting relatives here last week Mr and Mrs John Miley Amon is over the airival of a baby boy B Mr Lillard Miles of Lexington spent Saturday night with his parents hearMall Carter sold a bunch of hogs to Rufus Blatmon for 3 25 per hun dredMrs Bob Long and Mrs Printus Walker was the guest of their mother TuesdayUMr Mrs Wm Noel spent Satur day evening with his mother Mrs ANoelLittle Miss Lucinda Carter was the guest of Sallie Teater and Ethel Ray FridayMr Miles bought four head of cattle of Smith Thomson for 3 75 per hundredMiss Ray spent Monday even ing very pleasantly with Miss Marie DickersonMr Blatmon of Madison county was in this vicinity buying hogs last week Miss Susie Bufford has returned to her home after several weeks visiting with Miss Helen Miles Miss Lucy and Jennie Dickerson spent Wednesday night with Miss Samantha Bogie of Teatersville MARKSBUKY Mrs William Wadkins has pneu monia A Robinson attended court in Danville Monday Miss M E Marksbury has been very ill for the past two weeks Mr M F Bout has been quite sick but is able to be out again Mrs Mote Robinson is able to be out again after an attack of the grippe Mr George Eager was in Cincinnati the first part of last week on business Mrs Margaret Sutton and daughter Miss Sue have been quite III with the grippeMiss Mary Chesnutt has been visit ing Miss Mayme Underwood of Boyle countyJ of Hustonville has re turned home after a visit to relatives hereMiss Nora Clark of Lancaster was the guest at the home of her brother Mr Robert Clark Mr Herbert Brooks and wife have returned home after a visit to at Stanford Rev Henry Shouse preached to a large audience Sunday afternoon at Sycamore school house The two year old child of Mr Jehn Eager was badly burned on the left side of the face by a kerosene lamp Miss Kay Jenkins was called to th bedside of her sistsr Mrs Chalmers Gallagher who is quite ill at her home LexingtonMr Hogg who has been very sick in Tennesee has been removed to the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Kelley Hogg Swope and Mrs Milford Die of Middlesboro were at the bed side of her neice Miss M E Marksbury last week who is quite ill The C E will hold an open session at Groye church next Sunday morning Miss Georgia Dunn presiding A splendid musical program has been prepared and will be a special feature of this meeting No Use To I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Bushboro Pa I would not be alive to day only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the easels pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness issold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m For Sale Single comb White Legon eggs 50c per setting J G Doty Jr B FD No 2 Paint Lick 3t Dont stay away from our store this week it means money to you and you save money Money saved is money made W H Ward Please return our wire fence stretch ers and receive reward f Mount Elkin Please call and pay account and save further expense This means you if owe us Elkin Eggs EMS Barred eggs for sale at 75 cents per of 15 eggs Mrs Curt Robinson Lancaster 320lmo Rev rejoicing Mr C I I I I I relatives Mrs B K DI suiley want to Plymouth I setting s r OUR NEW SPRING SUITS Are In Beauty Style Fit and Values Our new suits are everything good suits should be Customers tell us we are stronger in our suit department than ever before Our suits are the work of New Yorks best tailors They are as pretty as can be and are strictly 1908 styles Only the best of fabrics in the latest weaves and colors are used Nothing commonplace about these suits All the brightness and newness of Spring is in them Their every line is one of grace and the flow ofthe skirt and modeling of the jacket are equal to the most Parisian creations to At these prices we offer a number of very desirable styles of perfectly tailored Suits in new stripes and plain weaves Equal in value and beauty to any of last years suits at much higher prices 20 to 30 Here is where we do our big business and we show a great variety of catchy new suits in Fancies and in Pongee Tan Navy Black etc in serges Panamas 30 and Up Suits made of Rajah Silks One of the most attractive ideas of the season Fine Novelty Wool Suits These ex treme novelties we bring out in only one ofa kind New Washable Tailored Suits You will find plenty suits that will this is not e nough Suits that will look well wear well and hold their graceful fashioned wellfitting what you want Tailor just put together And that is the kind of wash suits we sell Tailored perfectly in both coats and skirts and they show it Prices 8 to 30 Come in white light blue pink Copenhagen blondine tan in linen and English Repp and in Natural Linens and all colors of the new stripe linens Such a line of wash suits as we are now showing was never seen in Central Kentucky before Our New Waists are Things of Beauty So many charming much much oibeauty and value It would be difficult to choose from them were it not that you could not make a bad selection Every waist we show is perfect in style thatwill be apparent on sight but the number of styles we are showing is surprising Our assemblage is the cream or this seasons Waist styles And in our search for style beauty and variety we did not overlook the important matter ofprice We have attended to that you never saw such waist values Ecru Net waists all silk lined elaborately trimmed and in new est styles at 3 and 350 Will look like 5 anywhere Ecru Net waists silk lined beautifully designed and handsome ly and artistically trimmed at 4 to 5 equal in every respect to any you ever bought at 6 to 7 Black all silk net waists from 650 to 1200 The Newest Silk Dresses Only one thing nicer than a silk that is several of them Certainly they are to be popular this spring alwajs will be in they are beautiful and practical and women like them The demand for silks is so great and the supply so small that we have had and are having a hard time to get silk garments While our line is not complete we want you to see what we have Tailored Suits that look like they had stepped from the latest Paris fashion plates Silk costumes and Voile costumes which tell you at first glance that they were designed by an artist Silk Princess Suits in fancies rajahs taffetas and foulards Prices 1250 to 6000 New Dress Silks Have you seen them A wonderfully attractive display Every new shading stripes checks dots figures solid colors We were in New York at just the cirtical moment when the stocks were at their best and we secured an assortment that cculd not possibly have been bought earlier and cannot be had now They are selling and we advise every one to buy early while you have such a wide range ofbeautiful styles to select from You can buy very choice silks at 5gc yard andbetter at 7Sc 85c and 1 yard Rough Rajah weaves pure silk 27 inches wide at 85c Another cheaper grade at 59c These in all colors 30 inch Fine Black Faffeta never sold under 1 yark is offered now at 750 DANVHUUE KENTUCKY 1 I natc less i I I I II chic of 1250 18 Copenhagen Panajah c WASHbut lineswell suitsthats ednot i stylesso varietyso I I I suitand springbecause AB BRO t 1 ROBERTSON k V The Kind You Rave Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per SfJty sonal supervision since itsinfancy r Allow no one todeceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tile Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend l u s J tfj I S Paregoric panaceaThe i GENUINE II CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of kThe Kind You llae Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTUK COMPANY 77 STREET NEW YORK CITY i J 1 i15 J fi u e FfHt itpo II u1AliP YOUR LIVERr I t ill Wry 30 3I IIJ t 2 Y l7 n r fit roo 4 f1 3 04 t l1vl t t11 y one L enJoy herih Ii t li out erder It is not rv tot En y tlr pystBm lith d got 1lo C5 ii ctf1S evcr Dyspepsia d to Liver CUrJ3D HI have cl 101 the pfsf lem years with lhrC11ic d c i 1e1 e I GO mn new i ctHo l I WtElt1 not L C Jt for j 1lCtlEC roe1r to illyifC 1sn 1 Bears the MURRAY i TIiJL9 i3t ACiFS b3 rwt6 iAdvice i cci1 imI zn 1o L oi CCcsSi 1 iRBINE Lc I CfVator LCd f 12irZ r copth3 zTorpd CONSTPATON L Li1cd vizjr c1c sLpior and a Lrieiid- i3 cc US l1U Cci aud cti2 trt tue- i Tae it 01 5 g t JSGt tj r frJ-Ptrd Positiver CiJ tA PiZICI3 soc 1 1 St5 Br Sc I ir5- cO3O2 NeTh Scrid ST LOUS MO We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment E L Woods Prcst W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED sO c r L II I r 4htc= CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS gooooo DXKKOTORS I M COY B G GDYN WOODSJ B H T Logan J B B Brown Jr RL Woods Haselde- nA T S Price B L ARNOLD J S BURROWS EL WOODS II W C FISHt I II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance R E McRoBERTS Prest J W ELMORE Cashr- J C EUBANKS Vice Prest B L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst The tiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Itis the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tk Latest tafrwei Vailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the your yaluables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS II custodyof Cash H K Herndon Thos Owens VA Lear W B Cook LawsonWL Banks Hudson B L Elkin B L Burton L KPerkins GoochWIG J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin B I Burton 1 J A Lucky Gucrlor- Is the utie rill py out fnr i b JC of Dr Kings New Life Pills They briny you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache sbiilousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at McRoVert drug store lai BUENA VISTA Mrs Tom Christopher is ill J W Askins and J W Lane of this place serving as jurors from near Lancaster has been visising relatives here the guest of her sister Mrs Ballard near Stanford Mr and Mrs Will Proctor of Mercer spent Monday with their daughter Mrs Will Scott Hugh Christopher and Virgil Wilds spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard near Stanford Misses Ollie and Emma Scott who attend Asbury college spent Saturday night and Sunday at home Otis Blakeman and wife of Jessa mine spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Calvin Blakeman Miss Vanetta Spoonamore of Lan caster spent from Friday until Monday with her father Spoonamore Unequaled as a cure for Croup Besides being an excellent for colds and throat troubles Chamber lains Cough Remedy is unequaled cure for croup says Harry Wilson of Waynetown Ind When given soon as the croupy cough appears remedy will prevent the attack It used successfully in many thousands o homes For sale by FP Frisbie 1m FAINT LICK Mrs B N Beasley who has been sich for the last few weeks is able to drive out Mrs A B Ely has open up her Spring hats and is now ready to wait on the ladies E L Woods who has been in bed for several weeks with the grippe is able to be out again G A Ballard has opened up his Spring goods he also invites the people to call and see them Mrs Roy Ott who has been visiting her mother in Indiana has returned back home very much improved in healthChamp Co have a nice line of Spring Clothing which they have just received from the City they asks the people to call and see them before buy elsewhere Mrs G A Ballard has opened hei millinery business for the Spring season she also inyites the ladies tc call and see her new line of bats before buying elsewhere Best Healer In The World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnicae Salve for several years on army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I used it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at McRoberts drug store1m Prof H A of Havana Cuba Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy As long ago as 1 can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life have I realized its true value until now writes Prof H A of Howells American School Havana Cuba On the night of February 3rd our baby was taken sick with severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his condition was desperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was difficult I did not think he would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave and it afford ed prompt relief and now three days later he has fully recovered Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying that Chamber lains Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear little boy For sale by F P Frisbie 1m The Best Laundry Everybody knows that the 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 Bing up the Gulley Hotel No 48 and we will be after your work promptlyColemam Gulley Leonard Miller Office at Gulley Hotel Remember that when the Stomach nerves failor weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and Kid ney nerves can also be strengthened with the Restorative where Heart pains palpitatoin or weakness is found Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the or Kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of these all ments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and Ret wen A simple test will sure BEMcBoberts NOTICE Notice is herebvgiven that applica tion for parole of James Rose sent to penitentrary Garrard county will be made to the Board of Prison Commissioners 3t Mrs R P Ison Ora Poor is Hollis remedy as- a as this is Howell Howell a Danville U ly tell I from 1 I I r lrs mold respect Mrs Nora fouler of Buckeye Tpeut several day with L M Crutch iield and family last week Mr George McQueary and family of Madison are the guest of Mr John Prewilt and familv Mrs Mary B Preston and tiauirhter Miss Linuie spent part of last week with Mrs Myrtle Bruner of Jessa mineMr Earl Grow and wife spent Satur day and Sunday with her parents at this place Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye visited her father Mr George Anderson at this place last week C S Sanders is out again after being confined to his room several da s with Lagrippe Mr Lynn Cobb bought of Jim 6 shoats for 1150 Mr Forest Curtis and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Hiram Ray and family of Buckeye Miss Beatrice Sanders was the guest of Miss Linnie Preston last Saturday nightMrs Martha Teater who has been very sick for several weeks is reported no better at this writing Mrs Taylor Raney and Mrs Joe Po lard of Loyd spent Thursday evening with Mrs Mary Sanders at Stone Mr and Mrs John Hicks and chil dren were the guest of their aunt Mrs Emma Posey of McCreary the latter part of last week THU A HAND AS A CHARM Chinese Nuns SelfMutilation to Show Religious Devotion One has but to contemplate the dreadful deeds to which the sunersti ItH i I I I UC JV10RLD Sanders Chinese Nun and Mummified HandI tious fervor of the religious zeal ots of heathen gods lead to real ize the darkness of heathendom and the light and liberty which the Gospel brings We give above the sketch of a Chi nese nun made from a She is now 80 years old Twentyand three years ago she cut photograph off her left hand as an act of devotion to an idol and dried the hand in the sun Since then she has worn it round her neck in mummified condi tion as a charm against evil A WONDERFUL WORK Missionary Developmcnt in China Monument to the Christian Workers Had Protestant missionaries done nothing else in China than prepare and publish the books issued by them in Chinese start the schools writ ten the books in English containing narratives of their own travels and accounts of the natives and of their religious customs and manners trans lated native works instructed the youth of both sexes and founded and these we say been the only things accom plished by Protestant missionaries they would have done a noble work but added to all these more secular labors is the directly religious work of preaching the gospel that and Bible distribution visiting gathering together the converts etc all of which though less appreciated by tho general mercantile community of China has been as signally successful as the other class of undertakings J DYER BALL Small Contributions The bishop of the Protestant diocese of Michigan complains that the Sunday contribution box col lections in the fashionable churches in the diocese do not average over three cents for each worshiper This locks small though a good deal de pends on the size of the congregations in reckoning up the aggregate In one of the most popular of Bostons churches says the Boston Herald where the seats are free and reliance is placed on the free offerings the contributions are said to average five cents for the morning and four cents for the evening service throughout the year The congregations are very large however and the total of the contributions is reckoned Average contributions of but three cents from a small and select of fashionable worshipers ought to be made unfashionable some way or other They are very small potatoes 10000 paid byDr Shoop for any re cent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will not break How is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure ventics is certainly complete Its a 100 against 25 big odds And Preventics remember contain no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were always brok en Safe and sire for feverish 48 Preventics 25c for Infants and Children The KM Yti Hays Always BNgkt Bears the Signature of a hospitals dispensarieshad congregation TabletsPre centspretty BE McRoberts CASTOR r v Episcopal children IA To Teach i isUr Ssclclsgy The Presbyterian department oi Church and Labor will attempt a new method for training ministers in Christianity It is said that In spite of the training receive in seminaries thousands of in the cities have not ben prepared fcr their The seminary faculties insist that this lack of preparation is duo to changing conditions It is planned to meet the needs of theso men through a cor respondence course in sociology hav ing special reference to the peculiar conditions in their local fields so that they may deal with them in an upto date manner Socalled city work will be reduced to a science so that hereafter ministers will relieved from the embarrassment of a blundering experiment Work of Native Mission Society The report of the National India Missionary society which has just been issued is very encouraging Christmas 1905 with the of enlisting the native Christians in aggressive Christian work for their countrymen it has established over 100 branches in the Punjab United Provinces and South India started a magazine collected funds and begun work in the Montgomery district in the Punjab There have been 29 for service two of whom were women The first man to represent the society as a missionary is Mr James Williams who is described as having strong sympathy great earn estness and the gift of imparting knowledge and enthusiasm to others John Calvin Celebration Already arrangements are being made in this country to assist in the celebration of the quadricentennial of John Calvin founder of in Geneva Switzerland in 1909 At a recent meeting in Union seminary New York city a committee of seven was appointed to secure the cooperation of religious leaders all over the United States in an endeavor to raise 25000 for the American contribution toward a to Calvin to be erected at his birthplace Geneva President Patton of Princeton Theological seminary is one of the leaders in the movement PUT GREAT FAITH IN GINSENG Chinese Willing to Pay Fabulous Prices for Roots Frederick D Cloud student at the Shanghai consulate says Many of the Chinese that when all other remedies fail and death is at hand ginseng has the power to bring back health and hence when they feel the need of it they will pay fabulous prices for certain kinds of roots A root to be really valuable as a com modity must come from the mountains of Kirin or be reputed to have come from there It must be bifurcated so as to resemble as much as possible the human form and be dry and flinty Of course the larger the root the better and as it is sold by weight it is not very uncommon for a good specimen to bring as much as 100 an ounce The value for such a root is in its shape its texture the manner in which it has been cured and the region whence it came But it must be borne in mind that out of a great quantity of roots only a very few of the kind described can be obtained so that the average price of ginseng is even greatly less than 100 per pound Good Work in India Rev Albert E Ayers writes from India about the Methodist mission in Karachi a city of about 100000 inhab itants The native work is carried on chiefly among the Sindhis Punjabis and Gujaratis who form the mass oi the population Our native pastor has to preach in four of the native lan guages and is fairly familiar with English also I lately baptized 73 in the mission In the city and vicinity are many inquirers and if we were to baptize on this circuit alone from present indications We need at least a half dozen new men to look after the work in the city and suburbs A member of the English Church in Karachi has lately given for the native church Beyond Medical Aid G D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badly diseased with cholera I did not think medical aid could possiby save them I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Cured Her Turkeys L G Botkms Paris Ky says My wife gave her turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure when they dying and it cur ed them It is the best remedy for fowls we have ever used Sold by J B Mount Lancaster 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 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 to take the worst part of the risk or that which some other agect cant handle Assuring all my patrons who want to have their tobacco in sured 1 am willing to protect them tf J HKinnaird Agent When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs fail Dont drug the Stomach stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply makeshift Get a 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 Bestorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is urely worth this simple B E tcBoberts f 1 I theological ministers wcrk social be Organized purpose Presbyterianism Theological monument interpreter general longevity semitransparent 1000 ere tJ onl- Y Company always nor prescription everywhere est j it j ap- plIed adequately missionary candidates believe properly e Cctvc Gitlet Qaet mJH a canot La ruIrTP or frightened but go on in fort uj ur siis fortune at their own private pane like a clock during a 1 Stevenson Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even for very young The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing nvuti tainous shru give the coraiive to Dr Slioups Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform uotbing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand no other R E McRoberts REfVlOVH THE CAUSE How to Remedy Much of the Suffering in This Town There is hardly a family in town where there are not one or more members who suffer at times from the effects of a weak stomach It may be that this orcurs only after eating some foot that does not agree or kecatue of a late at night or it be that the stomach is so that scarcely food can be eaten without pain and distress The to treat a condition of this kind successfully is with Jliona It removes the cause indigestion weal ness of ie muscles of the stciracli anti bowels and restores tIle Ice digestive system to health and strrrjrtK that it takes care cf nil till feed is eaten Get well and strrns by using Miona tablets Take the si tie r i symptom of null TvLtn can bt cured with a few doses However no case of stomach trouble is oo severe or chronic for iiona to Our Icadinsr druinlsts sell it under at absolute guarantee to refund the nrcnev unless it cures A 1 ex lasts fo a couple of wcefcs and 0 n ore re than a uozen boxes of tl e culluar digestive tb 1 oM ijl LT in Uftl l For sale by R E McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental XV Everything for Orchard t Lawn Garden u berry Plants are Money A makers Try Them Jj Write for free Catalogue We have no agents H F HILLENXiER SONS LEXIJCGTOX KY Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys snrelr point to weak twiner Nerves The Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach find their weakness not in the organ itself but in the nerves that control and and strengthen them Dr Sheeps Restorative ia medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves To the Kidneys Is futile It is a of time and of money as wellIf your back aches or Is weak if the nriaa ecalds of Brights or other distressing or dangerous kid ney disease try Dr Shoops Kvitorative a month Tablets orLiquid imd see what it can and will do for you Restorative R E McRQBERTS Feet From Could Ha Wear Shoes Cured ty D 0 0 FrossrfpfiosRe- ftd TIlls Letter From a CohzmbsaOfci I I I thunderstormR it babies properties a- Live s- Take mav 3m only o tat nn f cst n c ih oct CIIt f ill ood TREES tOur Straw a doctor acne waste orisdark 1ld stron if you haesymtoIIl3 Druggistrcomxacnd Dr Shoops Swelled Fr hJi 1ad BRue 1Ils2 I t Dr vay i Cu 0 cent t r guith and sell Bnaacss Columbus Ohio Nov 5th tOOL Gentlemen For several years I vrasa sufferer from Eczema the affliction affecting myhands arms and feet At times my Teet became so swollen that I could not wear my shoes wailo the constant itchinir of the eruption on my hands and arms became almost unbearable Upon the recommendation of another suck sufferer as myself I bean the use of D D D and it gave me immediate relief I have now fully recovered from my ailment and I give D D D the credit for affecting what is to ma and my friends a marvelous cure 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 skin 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 miraculous If you are skeptical go to the druggist whose name appears below and he will show yon photos and proofs positive that D D D will actually cure any and all skin diseases COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Trulyyours diseases work seems almost KILL THE H New Discol FOR Dr Kings cOUCHS OLDS 8atIIe piicg- Ic 1S- tTii Ens ALL G1JABAJIDED oxzT ZUUIDZD l Ms SAPI87AGTO1- o and General Repair Wcnrfc Horse Shoeing A Specialty All Work Guaranteed horse shod rijI t Also rubber pads pu cm If I that step your horse fnta cutting I will giver your money buck Carriage wurlc promptly done Ail work guaranteed J P Wearreru Ugy LItirh Have YJur Jjn 2 C1Ju oj BLACSMfl ThE e BiEEl- Pf4 9 al i rICT L The undersigned hereby give yarn 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 take notice THE FAVIJRITE rmif- Cll f i TlOH 74 C p S IE1 nt 2 o DSTD CRi rOCY- ifBi1 Cop VS Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood VCr Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave H C Arnold Mrs PD Gill VJGttIispie TV T Worrel John A Sanders R L Burton It C Boian W R Cook WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor that is not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more WASS2YEMIFTQD B 1201 N Virginia Evansville lad writes For over years I was troubled with bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh all run down and a year ago had to abandon work I had three the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given to die Foleys Cure was recommended Ind the first bottle gave me great relief and after taMngj the second Iwaa antirely cured TWO SOc ISO KNL CATARRH YIELDS To Healing Air of HyomeL Sold Under Guarantee Catarrh the most prevalent dfeoaso known to humanity Probably ninety per cent eouutrv suffer at one time or another with tliw common disease It is a genii disease and hence can to cured only SOnIC method that wilt reach the This is best found in Hyomei winch with the air you breathe gees directly to air in the nose lung kills all catarrhal germs heat the irritated mucous membrane nod vitalizes the tissues so as to rendercatarrh possibleThe in which sold should all doubt as cura tive properties for our leading druggists give guarantee to refund the to catarrh sufferer that Hyomei fails to benefit You do not risk offer could be more fair to you than this where a leading druggist takes all the risk of Hyomei satisfaction and leaves you to be the judge Sold antj guaranteed by FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE i e BLADDERDISEASE St kidney and of bottle SiZEs UI IECOMEflU IT C C J E Stormes is p enus treating HcmeL is ce t t1gitsht What R E MeRoberts e five and was sill by destroy every to its 4 accatin