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H1 CENTRAL RECORDIUltK JlKUtllON UXTAlllSllKI UKMOUtACY AN fUmtTMNtfTIt IM I II LANOASTKK ICY FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 IH08 NUMBKM 38 J- II f f I f ft I I i I 10m J A r x 6 k- L Tr r rww I 7a- y I 4 4- A TIlE IOJIftAJILrll As Usual we are UNDERSELLING THEM ALL Our entire line of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Carpets Trunks and at Slaughtered Prices You know wo sleet nil competition and wo want you to call mud lot us proo our assertions by giving you eotno lied Hot Bargains Everything reduced for thc next thirty days Get in the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co f Incorporated Leaders in HighClassReadyMade Garments OUR LINE OF r Holiday Goods IS NOW ON DISPLAY And we cordially invite your inspection We csn supply your every want in high grade JEWELRY WATCHES SILVERWARE CUT GLASS AND at NOVELTIES- at the very lowest prices We are also fully prepared and equipped to do all kinds of Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing without delay We will appreciate your business mt 3J a a t Ij La i of t 1 MJtr I OOO OOC OOC OOC OO r wy 1 IC I r eaa o ear garments r y i- r 1 FrisbiesIT DRUG STORE iL J If Santv Claus Rode u r AiMMVM- I IN A CARRIAGE instead ofaaloigh ho certainly would prefer ono of the elegant Vehicles on view hero They aro BO handsome so graceful find so easy riding Make yourself a present of ono if nobody oleo will mako it for you You couldnt put your monoy into iv moro durable or handsomer gift W J ROMANS J oJoii I y h t Local Items Special Announcement An everybody In the social and com morolal worlds In the Legixlallvi Judicial nod Kxccntlvo departments of government take a rest nt this ten Abu wo do nut to except UK splendid force of the Record HcHldc this certain changes Bra to bo made In fixtures and wo are pre paring to Install several now features In our paper which wo hopo will make It mute attractive- In view of these fuels wo will not Issue nitnln until January 1st Our splendid crops of correspondents arc therefore notified to mail their next letters on Monday December 28th Vo send greeting and tho cmnpll incuts of ilia season In advance to correspondents patrons ttlio office force and nil mankind In every con dition of life Discard Bclllsliness Compliments of the approaching It Is a sin to keep children from a show or to deny them the pleasures of Christmas We will talk with tho Fiscal Court next Issue in reference to the Inse curlty of our jail that some of our neigh hors have not killed hogs as wo have no evidence of the fact Mr John Holmes horse ran oft throwing him from the buggy causing sumo bruises but no serious Injury Pleasant Grove Dont forget the Christmas treo at Pleasant Grove Christmas evening 24 at one thirty oclock A D Stevens living near Crab Orchard pike lost his residence and nearly nil his furniture br lire Sun day afternoon No Insurance The Sunday School of the Baptist church will have a Christmas tree at that church on Thursday December 21 at 6 oclock p m with plenty of gifts to gladden the hearts of tho young Elder F M Tinder writes us from Carlisle that he Is there for a funeral and will preach there next Sunday Ho will preach at Now Antloch on tho 4th Sunday Instead of the 3rd Ho has not found any one to fill his pulpit hero next Sunday Cured Her Turkey LO liotkln Purls My turkeys Hourbou Foul tly Cure when they were dying and It cured them It Is the best remedy for fowls wo have ever used Sold by J H Mount Co Lancaster Kv Christmas Tree Tine Sunday Schools of the Presby terian and Christian churches will have a Christmas Tree at tho Court on Thursday evening Dec 21 at 5 oclock Santa Claus will bo there and everybody Is Invited to como and bring their presents for distribution Committee In charge Mesdames FP Frlsble W I Williams W 0 Rig hey Emma Kauflman Jessie lox and W S Kmbry Committed on decorations Mrs Bridges Misses Helen Gill Lena Rig Della Tinder Messrs Hascum Ford and George Harris Solicitation Committee Mrs R L Mrs John M Farm Distribution Committee Messrs R L Flkln R T Embry D W Bridges and George B Harris The classes of Mr Nichol Mrs Frls bio and Mis Kirby will prepare deco rations for tree Mrs Stormes and Mrs Elkln to su perintend setting of tree limo Lancaster Uand will furnish music Sutton Mrs Lncy Sutton age 83 years died at her home one tulle from this city on tho Lexington pike last Saturday Funeral services woro conducted at tho residence on Sunday afternoon by Roy 0 M Shouse assisted by Rev 0 P Rush anti an unusually long pro cession of ardent friends anti lovlnp relatives followed tho remains to tho Lancaster Cemetery whore tho body was laid to rest to await tho Judg moot which will have no terrors for her gentle Christian spirit Sho was n member of tho Baptist church anti the Christian virtues In a marked degree and tho noblest traits of womanhood Highly Intelligent well connected AH Direct lonato soother and a kind neighbor she will bo missed by the community for such u llfo always contributes to tho happiness and welfare of tine country and spiritual gloom and dark ness follow Us departure Her husband II 0 Button pieced ed liar laving died some years ago Two sons Messrs Fred and II 0 Sutton splendid types of true man loud upon whom her excellent traits are most beautifully reflected survive hor Tho llrsi named son has two daughters Mcsdames lck rson anti Mike Kennedy unmar nod and loved with mother for winch reason the loss will moro heavily him The Record ten den ilncoro condolence thu office I season We f f I t f t t I t t I ly says wife her e t nov flkln end I C t 1 U O Is his fall nod propose suspect gave possessed Jlvo to tine pour Loosen your heartstrings and purse Hiring will bo loose Xlinmcr Inns leased tho Stories Flat to bo used as an annex to iKcnjtnrlnn llutol A largo crilwd heard Dr Plcrccs ad threes at tine Molhodlst church on Sun day night and everybody was highly cdlllcd The Danvlllo Lumber Co through Mr O P Lane Is putting a handsome now front In tho Blue Front Store on Public Square Mm Henry E Woolfolk died Danvlllo last Saturday Sho was prominent lady being a slater to D Gill and Samuel F Doyle of I Hughes 8Mnebroad sold for J E Ncvlus hla handsome cottage Water Street to F G Hurt for 0 Wo are glad to note that Mr Hurt and mother will occupy tho property and Mr Novlus will not Examinations Those desiring appointments to tho Eastern Normal School aro requested to bo at tho County Superintendents office in this city next Saturday morning loth at U oclock a m as appointments will not be made after that date Mr T S lilkln and Son of have moved to Danville They have leased one of tho Welslger store rooms on Fourth street and aro pro paring to open up a meat market and grocery Danvlllo Advocate Wo regret to lose Mr Elkin and his excellent family We hear that his son It U Elkln will remain here Whlkey Stolen A barrel whiskey was stolen from the Pilgrimage Distillery warehouse near town on Monday night The thieves cut a hole through sheet Iron opened tho door rolled a barrel outabout fifteen gallons and left tho remainder L E Herron Chief of Police suspects some parties and wo notify him that u number of black cakes are being made by the ladles for tine Holidays More Kind Words Clover and popular Louis Lacdram who recently sold the Lancaster Re cord and which he so ably edited for fourteen years has accepted a post tlon on tho Richmond Clamax and will shortly Jrioveto that place One of tho brightest In tine Kentucky press ho will make the Cli max one of tho leading papers of the State We congratulate that paper on securing his services Harrods burg Democrat Familiar Quotation Give the authors of each quotation and It from Shakespeare state what play It Is from Who would bo free themselves must strike the blow They laugh who win Tho child Is father of tho man When wo shutllo off this mortal coll The light fantastic When shall wo three meet again Ho has an ax to rule almighty dollar In maiden meditation fancy free Go where glory watts theo Succeed and give and It helps you live but no man can help you die Tho most unkindest cut of all A little cot with trees a row And like Its master very low Surely tis the worst of pain to love and not bo loved again My very chains and I grew friends So much along communion tends To make us what wo are Ill fares tho land to hastening Ills a prey Where wealth accumulates and men decay Hloodlest picture In tho Time Uotlor a now frlond than an old foe How prodigal of time Man Is tine hUnter woman Is his game All looks yellow to tho jaundiced eye Human face divine Order Is Heavens law The pen li mightier than tho sword Kind hearts are moro than coronets Heard tho lion In his don Tho milk of human kindness In single blessedness Wax to receive and niprblo to re tho living present 110 Jests at scars that never felt a wound Snug as a bug In a rug Heaven lies about us in our Infancy No year brings Juno that does pot bring December The year has gone and with It many u glorious throng of happy dreams Tho Central Record will bo given free for one year to the person first giving the nainoa of the authors of the oroKolpi quotations your n the at a Louisville on 1 his leave tie city para k Lancaster outdrew toe g rind book diet tampA tmin I A merry Christina to nil Subscribe for Tint RKCOIID Mr It E McRobortN has Installed gasoline light plant In Ids drug store A Christmas treat will bo given lo tho Sunday School nt the Molhodlst church next Sunday morning Wo are glad to learn that Mr John Goodloo who was painfully Injured by a horso running with his buggy Is munch better Ho was thrown from tho vehicle against a telephone post and so Injured as to bo unconscious for several hours Card Of Thank 1 take this method of expressing my deepfelt gratitude to my friends and acquaintances for their many kindly ministrations so tenderly given to my dear mother during her recent Illness and I Invoke tho richest blessings of Almighty God upon each and every one of them for their expressions of sympathy Clay Sutton Tine old churn used to turn out fine butter on the farm Now with tho knowledge of handling cream ripening and churning It that has become so general tine churn should bo able to turn out really giltedge butter Such butter would promptly put a profit into dairying Tine dairy farmer afraid of tho churn can not hope to make money out of milk Circuit Court Adjourned last Saturday but Judge Dell came back Wednesday to hand down some Judgments In civil actions Considerable business was disposed of during tho term Tine case against Henry Shirley colored of Davlstown for murder referred to In last Issue resulted In a verdict of 21 years In tho penitentiary and tine case against Raymond Ray charged with Ku Klux Ing resulted In a liming Jury A Special Occasion Dr Pearce will conduct services at tho Methodist church In Lancaster next Sunday at 11 a m at night service at the Presbyterian church Dr Pearce by request and as delegate and representative of the National EnecutlveCommltleo Federation of American churches will continuo the series of addresses on that subject A general Interest has been expressed for further presentation of tho work of the great assembly that adjourned In Philadelphia last week conceded universally to havo been the greatest event In the history of the Churches of Christ In America RUNNING FOR OFFICE A Candidate Publishes His Expense Account They havo a law In Georgia that every candidate to file a ached ulo of his expenses In running for a nomInation omce A candidate In tho recent primaries therefore pub lishes tho following list of his Lost 4 months and 32 days 1340 hours thinking about the election 5 acres of cotton 23 acres of a whole sweet potato crop 4 sheep 5 shoats and ono beef given to a barbecue 2 front teeth and a consid erable qnantlty of hair In a personal skirmish gave 07 plugs of tobacco 7 pairs of suspenders 4 calico dresses 7 dolls and 14 baby rattlers Told 2880 lies shook hands 23475 times talked cnongh to havo made in print lt00 largo volumes size of patent office re ports kissed 120 babies kindled 14 kitchen fires cut 3 cords of wood 474 bundles of fodder picked 774 pounds of cotton helped pull 7 bush els of corn dug 14 bushels of potatoes toted 27 buckets of water put up 7 stoves was dug bit 4 times watch bru cost 3 to have repaired 3 barrels of flour fiu bush ols of meal 150 pounds of bacon 37 pounds of butter 12 dozen eggs 3 um brellas 13 lead pencils 1 lllblo diction ary 1 mow blade 2 hoes 5 overcoats 6 boxes paper collars none of which havo been returned Called my oppo nent a perambulating liar doctors bill 110 Had five arguments with my wife result Ono Mower vase smash ed 1 broom handle broken 1 dish of hash knocked oil tine table 1 shirt bosom ruined handfulls of whiskers pulled out 10 cents worth of sticking plaster bought besides spending II 708 Thus Is tine doctrine of public Ity vindicated In the most ample man nor Louisville Herald A Parallel Gate Mrs Upton Yes that U my dau h tors piano but alto has scarcely touched It ulnco she has been mar tied Downtou Jest the eamo with my darter an her typewriter Now York Weekly He Knew How old are your asked little fellow of tho lady caller Oh Harold you must not ask lady such a question Why not mamma she U not sup poiod to toll the truthl Yonkurs Statesman The Breaking Point Mrs Flyim Th1 landlord has raised th rlnt t1 fifteen darlori Molke Mr Ilynn W bearrtlcs wrltchl It wor all wo could do Wry month to halo him out av tlnl Puck Unkind Hewitt J painted thin picture to keep wolf frojn time floor Jowott If you hang It whore the wolf can I guess will suc ceed JuJise t un- Ion I onto expenditure corn Loanedout Mrs the a the u you requires canvassing pulled see e n Christmas AND Holiday Gifts I AT HASELDEN BROS OOilIJli11t R I iJ 1 t eeteeeeNeaeweeeeeeeaHeeeteee NVeeeeeeeeNeeeweneree t r IB II s3Kqfr3 p r ri L General News Tho American battleship fleet has arrived at ColomboCeylon John L Sullivan the former champlm was granted a decree of divorce In Chicago On his special train JPlerpont Mor ah traveled from Chicago to New York In seventeen hours establishing new record The withdrawal of American troops from Cuba will begin January 1 and all persons connected with tho Government both military and civil will havo left the Island by April 1st r Judge Tart Is contemplating a trip to Paanma before his Inauguration as President next March Judge Taft Is deeply concerned In the success of the big project and wants to keep fully In touch with the situation Chicago Is to havo six weeks of revi val services beginning March 1 next under tho leadership of the Rev J Wilbur Chapman of Philadelphia William Nelson Cromwell gave out a lengthy statement regarding tho Panama controversy In which ho vigorously denies tine published that he profited financially by tho deal Secretary of the Nary Metcalf In his annual report discusses the long cruise of the Atlantic battleship fleet at length and says that the results have more than answered tine criticisms of those who opposed the journey Representative Shorly led tho fight on the floor of tho House for tho bill designed to protect aliens In this coun try Tho vote stood 100 o 100 and was passed when Cannon cast his vote In Its favor Tho statement of tine New York Clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that tho banks hold 10800622 moro than tho requirements of tho 25 per cent reserve rule There was a do crease of 3227150 In tine proportion ate cash reserve as compared with the previous week Incidents of tho recent campaign furnished the cue for tho merry tank log at tho annual fall dinner of the Gridiron Club at Washington Presi dent Roosevelt Taft and many other men prominent In public life wero guests Miniature steam rollers were the souvenir- sIt Is not probable that tho IIouso of Representatives will go to any great length in resenting the aspersions on tho members In President Roosevelts message If that part of tho document expunged from the record It Is reported that tho President will send a special message repeating and amplifying his romarks Tine grand Jury at Union City Tenn which has been Investigating tine Reel foot raids reported thirtytwo Indict ments Including thirtyeight men The State refused to divulge the na turo of these Indictments simply an nouncing that the present grand Jury had completed the work done by the grand jury during the October term Dispatches to Dun Review Indicate seasonable conditions In tine business world wholesale lines moving slowly because of Inventories while holiday goods aro In bolter demand than a year ago There Is a bettor Inquiry for Iron and stool and anthracite collieries are working at full capacity Hearing on tine tariff will be contlib ued throughout the winter by the and Moans Committee and now generally accepted that the House will pass a bill In accord with Judge TaUa Ideas All Philippine product Provisional char- geS Speaker President elect Isordored Ways It a pugilistic re will bo placed on the free list but the amount of sugar and tobacco free will bo restricted The National League of Baseball Clubs appointed a committee of four of its members to Investigate reports by Umpires Klem and Johnston that an attempt was made to bribe them at the New YorkChicago game at the New York Polo Grounds on 8 The names of the men who are alleged to have attempted bribery were not disclosed- A new record In the transaction of the public business was established by the House of Representatives The legislative excutlve and judicial bill which usually excites considerable discussion lasting oral days was passed with little debate practically In the shape In which It came from commmlttee An feature was that no member asked for time to Indulge In general talk The facility which the bill of 165 pages was put through was the subject of much comment on the floor and tho members of the Appropriations Com mittee felicitated themselves on the outcome The bill carries an appro priation Of 135 665320 Beware of Frequent Colds A succession of colds or a protracted cold Is almost certain to end In chron ic catarrh from which few persons ever wholly recover Give every the attention It deserves may avoid this disagreeable disease How can cure a cold Why not try Chamberlains Coughs Remedy It Is highly recommended Mrs M White of Tenn says Several years I was hothered with my throat and lungs Someone told me of Cbam berlalns Cough remedy I began It and It relieved me at once Now throat and lungs aro sound and well For sale by F P Frlsbie 1m Pay Up If your bllli aro correct pay them promptly and pleasantly and people will respect you Try this method and noto the result Tho Oklahoman ClrriltTd KnoWUdge Paw have you ever been cacti Yes I spent a year In New York city when I was considerably younger than I am now Well what Is tho eastern puce The only one I ever heard WM How much la he worth Tribune The Voice of Director This business of giving people lot of straps to hang onto In tho car Is all wrong exclaimed the India nant citizen Thats right answered Mr Dustin Stax with sudden Interest the pub llo ought to bo mado to furnish Us own straps Washington Star Inconsistency- My physjilan U a very inconsistent man said the heat sufferer In what way He advised mo to keep perfectly quiet and avoid all excitement and then Invited mo to eo with him to tho baseball game Washington Star navy Roll Reggy Btpp I can feel that I am surrounded by thought waves front my own head Miss Tabasco Thought Qraclouilt Now I know why you look so pale you are soatlck Chicago Dally Now Again J out Q nlfhls Acquiring Urea Mojqulto i A Wrinkle you want o make sure your ad Vco bo taken have It engraved on your umbrella bandit Rojr W played appropriation for soy unusual 4f1 I11 lion T Chicago I a a lrllt r 1 j1 I I j admitted lm II r it and li t us- Ing r p y t 1 p t t a r t waves Ants nun were bites 1 will a 1h 1 1 z TRAQK IN GOOD QONDITIOm with the greatest values ever offered in Clothing Shoes Hats and FURNISHING GOODS See him and save money t J1fItJr 0 fit II I lit I 11 J f aw L lj L JtL1 JI J L L J u- PV J J 0 1 h At the Three It f J l I 1 i f 1 1 iJ i i ilCr 1 iiIf I L 0 Ji 9 A t r e Y t rl- Il t tG I te wr 4 I p 1 Quarter Pole i 1 sl GAN LEADING CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY llUO A YEAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr gnttrtd al Ike Poll OJflet in Laneailtr V MM Malttr Member Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky December 18 1908 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Omces 1 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 per line 10 For all publicans In the Interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 a For Cards f eoad Cass I Democratic Ticket For State Senator 11 L nubble For Representative W B Burton For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen rile nigglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate the Democratic nomination Circuit Judge this district I a primary election M 0 SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce lIon Chas A IJardin o Harrodsburg as a candidate renomlnatlon the olllce o Commonwealth Attorney or the 13th Judicial District subject to the action o the Democratic party Congress will adjourn tomorrow until January the fourth It occurs to us that the establish ment o Postal Savings Bank by the National Government would mani test bad faith on the part o the Gov ernment since It publicly declares that those National Banks passing under its scrutiny are worthy ot confidence yet In the same com munity the savings Bank would bid for the deposits Again the operation o a bank Is a local matter and the In terference of the Government would reveal the worst form of the Central ization of power and wurst of all it opens the way to fraud by making deposits exempt from legal process There are other objections which we propose to give later Tho World congratulates Edward II Harrtuian on Ills accurate and de tailed advance knowledge ot the Pre sidents message His coQdenco has been abundantly vindicated The President message to Congress recom mends the very thing which I sug gested and which Mr Harrlman so confident that It would recommend In Mr Roosevelt opinion The rail roads of the country should bo put completely under the Interstate Com merce Commission and removed from the domain of the antitrust law It would then be lawful for Mr Morgan Mr Harriman Mr Rockefeller Mr lull and Mr Gould In the manlpula lion of their railroad properties to do anything that an Interstate Commerce Commission composed of political hacks permitted them to York World Ind Dom Distributing gifts at this season ft4 1f j for for of for for public J doNew r r prefer was r the beauties of tho soul attempt to make others happy re veals a ndblo trait of character whIch Is In marked contrast with the cold sordid and selfish heart which Is moved by the joy which flows from t grateful soul on receiving a token ol remembrance The spirit of thinK If akin to that spirit with which tin world was Imbued when the windows of Heaven were openedGod descended took upon himself the heal of man and gave living force to the expres sion It Is more blessed to give thee to receive Tho approaching season Is Intended to celebrate the birth 01 the Christ who taught us how to give by giving up tho glories of Heaven and oven his own life to make us happy There Is then no wonder that Christian nations take part In this celebration By common consent nations have celebrated the birth ol their statesman and their military heroes and yet their combined effort have never done any good man kind when compared with the born scheme ot human redemption Let us conform our lives to this spirit by sowing kind words and reepluj smiles instead of sowing angry worth and reaping frowns May our emulate that spirit which came Iron the courts of Glory 1008 years ago and shed Its beauty and llfeglvlni power over the spiritual world as great orb ot day sheds Its efTulgcn beams throughout the physical world The educational campaign In Ken tucky which closed about a week ag seems to have created no great through the state Tho dally news papers have commented very sparing Iy both on the campaign Itself and Immediate influence yet every coun ty In the state was reached and peo ple generally havo been pleased t learn that so much has been done Is to be done In the near future o KentuckyEspecial attention was given to discussion of the new school law Its points o excellence Much wa said also with reference to the High Schools Every county In the state Is to have at least one Hlgl School and the first one to be located In each county will be at the seat However the County School Board Is permitted to make arrange ments with the trustees of any exist Ing High School located at the seat for accomodatlng all pupils of tin county who are prepared to enter the High School This feature Is ope ot Interest the people ot Lancaster There are perhaps fifty pupils In Garrard County who are now ready to risk for to the High School four years time there should be double number It Is probable that the County School Board will seek to enter them Into the Lancaster High School These pupils will bring a considerable turn of money into tho town In way f board etc Besides many families will want to move Into town for tho lake of educational advantages Our school authorities should see that provisions bo made for accom idallng these County High School pu when they apply for admission Medicine That It Medicine- I have suffered a deal with nalarla and stomach complaints but litters a medicine that Is medicine or stomach and liver troubles and or run down conditions W 0 leather of Ark Electric Utters purify and enrich tho blood one up nerves and Impart vigor to the weak Your money ho refunded If It falls to help you Oa at R E store 1m MT HEIIUON Mr A S Dean sold to Hunter Ray a torse for ISO Mrs A S Dean Is with liar children n JessamineMr Ford made a flying trip o Somerset Saturday Mrs Lucy Is visiting elatlvea at Bryantsvllo this week Mr Win Collier ol Indianapolis was nlngllng with old friends here last veek i D Scott and II A Duncan old their hemp seed to 0 0 Becker t 1430 per bushel Mr Johnson Speaks of Stone mov I not all all for Heaven lives the stir Its and the and county county to admission and ln 1 have now found a IDe well and remedy is hind will 1eltoberls drug Messrs I r County tot Ills that Electra Ut hN ed to his farm recently purchased from Preston Brothers Mr W B Montgomery who has been In New Mexico for his health return ed homo last week very much Improv cd Master W D Scott had his shoulder dislocated by a fall from a horse Thursday Ho Is now Improving Mrs Scott spent the latter of last week with her niece Sanders at Stone Miss May Scott ot this place Miss Gertrude McQuerry of Stone visited Mrs Goo Rav at Buckeye night and Sunday Quarry for Record If Adan Eve ate 81890804 apples How did It take them How many trees they gathered blbleEdltor This Is Worth Reading Leo F Zellnskl of 68 Gibson St Buffalo M Y says I cured tin most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklcns Arnica Salve I ap plied this salvo once a day for days when every trace of the sore gone heats sores Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts 25c 1m JIllYANTSYILLE Mrs Hanna Sweeney of Jefferson Is here with relatives Miss rattle Belle Burke who hat been quite 111 Is now very much better Miss Hester Patton Is at home a visit to Mrs Charley Collier at Fork Ridge Tenn Miss Maymo Ballard Is spending the week with Mrs Emma Hlgglnbothani atLancasterMrs and Mrs Florence Ballard were In Lexington a few days this week Mrs J 0 Williams hiss rented the property of Mrs R A McGrath and will move there In a few days Mrs J C Williams and Master Jack Williams left Monday to spend a week with friends at Loveland Ohio Miss Mayme Ballard returned home Thursday after a very pleasant visit ol two weeks with relatives at Lexing tonMrs Jeff Dunn came homo from Lexington Thursday alter a short stay there She was called over by the of her husband who Is now quite well Mr Henry the misfor tune to lose a valuable horso lost week He became frightened and runnIng jumped a fence and broke Lila neck Instantly Miss Clara Bennett who has been with Mrs Boner again this will leave Saturday her home In Indiana Miss Bennett Is very and has a host of friends who re gret very much to see her leave Several new members were taken In to tho K P Lodge Friday night Thorn were several of the Lancaster Knights present and they were given an oyster supper by the local morn bers Quite an enjoyable evening was spent Muscular Pain Cured During the summer of 1003 I was troubled muscular pains In the of At times It so painful I could hardly walk Cham Pain was recommended to me so 1 tried It and was completely cured one small bottle I have slnco recommended It to several of my friends all of whom speak highly of It For F P Friable 1m Rev A 0 Balrds brother who lies been visiting him for several days has returned to his home at Arlcmus Mrs A 0 Ilalrd Is teaching out the unexpired term of S L Baird who has gone to the mountains on business MIsJMarlha Ross of Richmond Is with the homefolks Mrs Nellie Rosa has gone to visit her son Charlie In Texas and will re turn by Green county II to ylili her children there John Newland sold a Btrlpiif land to Joe Hall for liMO par acre and a strip off tho other side of the seine farm to Dock Hunt 120 per aero Rev A 0 Baird tilled Ills regular ap polntment In ho pulpit at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday last E F part Mrs M A and and lanK fromConsult your two was vllle alter Illness Alford had tell seasons for or loot says ledJar Toronto Onto sale by n for Saturday drugstore Pu Ind popular wits FLAT WOOl Saturday being the day to call a for the year 1000 the church a unanimous call to Rev A 0 Baird This will make his fourth year with this church Ills zealous work and untiring zeal certainly loci It this show ot appreciation Tho tobacco raised In this has all been sold most of It bclni fair prices tho highest price paid any crop being that which Menefee McQuerry received for his raised 01 GIvens Tcrrllls farm tho price pak being 22c per Ib Good Cough Medicine for Children The season for coughs and colds I now at hand and too care bo used to protect the children A child Is more to con tract or scarlet when ho has a cold Tho quicker you his cold the less Cough Remedy Is the sole o many mothers and o those who have tried willing l use any other Mrs F F Statelier of Ripley W I have nova lains Cough Remedy my children This remedy contains no or other narcotic and may bo given a confidently to a child as to an For sale by F P Friable 1m UNION Mr Mlllard Lcdford has moved to the Noe farm after a years absence They all come back whenthey hereOur two hustling merchants A J Hammack and F are In a largo stock of Xmas goods Our roads are a disgrace but owin to homo pride will say no more Messrs Wm and Jas Parsons to go on bnslness trip to Bourbon county this week Miss Hettlo Wells and Mrs Lyth Hammack and charming little Sarah were guests of Mrs 0 W Murphy Sunday Mr Walter Wells of Cottonburg visited Mr John Newland Sunday attended church at Good Hope A Dangerous Operation- Is the removal of tho appendix by surgeon No one who takes Dr Now Life Pills Is ever subjected tthis frightful ordeal s you dont feel them cure constipation headache bilious ness ana 25c at R E Roberts drug store 1m BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs Tom Dean of Versall lea wore visitors at J D Robinson last weekMr Brown of Buckeye spent a few days last week with his cousin Miss Cora Poor Miss Ora Poor Is visiting her sister near Stanford She will go from there to Mavsvlllo to spend tho holidays with her aunt Mrs Aldridge The 0 E will give a social at the home of Miss Florence Christopher tho evening of Jan 2nd Chas Robinson sold 25 sheep to J H The farm of Mrs Elizabeth Lane deceased will be sold Saturday 10th James Johnson who contemplates leaving tho state had a sale Saturday Miss Clara Bennett of Bryantsvllle attended church here Sunday and dined with Miss Florence Christopher Miss Edna Mason will close her school hero next Thursday also Miss Johnson at Llndendalo- MM Mary Taylor of Nlcholasvlllo is tho guest ot her brothers family Chas Dietrich J W Dlsmukes the newly appointed post master lies moved Into the new office Miss Maymo Dlsmukes Is tho accomodatlng postal clerk Tho social event of the season was a reception given last Thursday eve ning by Miss Cora Poor and brother Mitrcer Ylhnoro and Buckeye woro represented An enjoyable time is reported TONK Jno Prewltt sold a cow Parks for So J T Hicks sold a bunch of hogs to Victor Lear Dubs Lamey sold two meat loge to JepthaOnstott delivered his tobac extended for cannot fever cure Chamberlains reliance few It are other than Chamber for and It has toad opium II back leave T Chadwell expect and aIIO a They Easley at 16 per head toJim lito N OQ I pastor community always satisfaction laying laughter a for F bolger for co at Lexington for IDc Jno Prowltt bought ot Joe Hicks cow and calf Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfield at vlsltsng relatives at Nlcholnsvlllc Miss Beatrice Sanders spent las week with Mr and Mrs L L Sanders Mrs Bottle Scott ot Ilourne was visitor at Mrs Mary Sanders last week Mrs Walter Payne and children have returned from Somerset they havo been visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Hit Folgcr Mr J T Speaks and family will to his new homo this week Bourne Mr F N Folger and family will from Lowell to his old homo StoneMrs Grow and little daughter Stella Mae have returned from pleasant visit to her father Mr C Mitchell near Nlcholasvlllo- Mr Tcvls Preston wife and children of your city spent Saturday and Sun day with his brother Mr It H Preston Mrs II T Green Is visiting her so Mr Leslie Green of Lexington Miss Pearl Sanders attended preach Ing at Buckeye Sunday and visile Mrs Herbert Whlttaker Miss Alice Snyder visited her Mrs Mary Snyder Saturday an SundayMrs C Sanucrs and sister Mrs Peachle Grow are visiting relatives 1 Jessamine and Nlcholasvlllo tills Mrs Howard Logan and sister her mother last Wednesday Miss Etta Dell Ross has rcturnc from a very pleasant visit In Madison Mr LUro McMillan and wire visited Mr Jno nay and family Sunday Master Sanders visited cousin Master Thompson Sanders Sun day The death angels visited the horn of Mr and Mrs Andrew Simpson Dec Stir and took from them their llttl son Fred ago eight years We ex tend our sympathy to the heart family JJUCKKiE Mr Clalne Davis Is on the sick list Mr Oscar Day suffering a cu on the calf ot his leg which ho did with a knife while tlng talkslast week Miss Pearl Sanders and Mr Tom Hicks visited Mrs Herbert Whlttakc SundayMiss Gertie McQuerry and Ma Scott of Stone were the plcasun guests of Mrs Bess Ray Sunday Dr Heudrcn has moved to the real donee formerly occupied by Raymond Ray on tho lane leading to Scott Fork we gladly welcome tho Dr I our midst Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw via Ited her parent Mr and Mrs T Hill the latter part of tho week Misses Wllllo and Lllllo Pierce tho guests of their sister Mrs Oscar Ray Saturday and Sunday Messrs Jim Sanders and Lotto Ral ney visited Robert Carter Sunday These hustling Buckeye people now nicking rapid rpogress on tin new building which they are ercctlni opposite the store the build lug consists of u buggy house olllce tinners shop barber shop a sheep house under It Weddings are getting to be common here just mention a fov which havo taken place around tho last throe weeks Miss Salll Locker and Mr Lee Pendlotoiij MH Jessie Moborloy and Mr Fred Howard Davis and Mr Jasper May Miss Ward and Mr Oadus Burton Public ale Haying decided to to the highest bidder I gelding saddle liaise buggy Ini tr i TERMS All sums under 110 cash lyey that amount 0 months with lu crest Sale begins at 10 KUBCOTT 11 for 110 a where move near move near N a lit mother week Dum cUe his broken from accidentally cut Saturday and 0 were are doctors and very here- In Miss Uato will on 1008 sell nd b the 1 cow and I rn bales lit hay 72 burro lIIr8e an I mess fanning al mla and fOe r visited rove awa IAWEDNESDAY DEC 3 following call 250 l corn wagon kitchen unit This week wo will be able to show you our lino of CHRISTMAS GOODS Do not full to do us tho favor of our Display It will bo mutually pleasant and profitable j McRobertsDrugStore T1 i b 1- I seeing I I I a Lu THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A H DANNY Irtiideot J R STOKHES Viet Prwl S C DENNY Ciiblir J F Robinson Asst Ca- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIUKUTOHS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John K Storracs SO Denny J Loin I posit forBot I Come in and get your XMAS GOODS and receive a handsome souvenir which we will give during the week to every customer buying as much as and over R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky i i 1 i of Xmas 100 I NN I 4 YVe Solicit Your Business nf you were in the Same I 41 Position C as we are you could see this was absolutely the pest time to buy coal as we leave looked over the whole field and know what we arc talking about Hot air will take a bal loon up but it will not keep it there Try our cool for yonrnelf prove our claims Ballards Ballards Obelisk Flour SAIf and MflM BIDS BANKS HUDSON r J t I Imvo a largo ansorlmonl of bunutiful HandPainted China ODD PIECES ETC I hayc largest line of and Fruits I have ever had for Christmas prices low Call and sec me H M I Vulcan Plows and Points IS STUDEBAKER WAGONS 1 3 The Best and Lightest Running y Wagon Made li Treat yourself to a nice set of Hug gy Harness for nu Xmas Gift Buy your Wifo a Majostio for an Xmas Gift A Bread Maker A Turkey Roaster or a nice Carving Set makes a good Xmas Gift All cheap at J Mount Co J A fI j l jJ 0X0JJJfJJaJ 0J f te CHRISTMAS PRBSENTSI t j Ithe t Cu lidi s 0 B ALL 0 UI1fl Jjjjl lJ rril iYjlfjlilj i r0I0YllJilf1J LIIaIr Jjj liIDlIlB1 r 1J t Ran o fa L 1 r R f EEJA rl wV a ifaUe iaXIpiXXXn eh f 9tVJ Q i I sl- f r d4I t u 19 4 JI jti UNDERTAKER IJ4t Arterial ud Cavity Embalming 4t Oflj on lunrlll Sir i Ji N FULL LINE OF CASKETS AMI IIUKIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK P U H f w J J WALK Kit President Ietti J S JOIINBOK Vice Prest II ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTRR KY CAPITAL fit SOBPLOS Ij B V HUDSON Cashier W O UIONBY Awt Cuhr 0 D WALKKII Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DI HECTORS J S Johnson 11 F Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbbs YOU ARE FRETFUL 9 YOUR ACHES YOiJR rt i i l 1 I k1 JLt 1 HEAD ITS LIVER U E w Ff g T M Arnold 4 tli1 THAUC MARX No Better Advice In offered yon It la nn Impossibility for ono to enjoy mtnil honlth out not noeosRury r with HBRUINn n P compound Cures Constipation Chills end lover Dyspepsia v ell luj to n Torped Liver CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED ouroil I would not bo without It for tho world Tttlco ploiwuro In rocoinmonaiujy It to my IJ If II OItr 11111011 d t r I Imvo IKmen troubled for four years wlth 2 lIoolorll CIIICII chrunlo 1111 f i r ndvl to use nntl I i new f frlomlJ tho last9 what tl tau Act auInot t Pleasin and Effect e i r A Posltsve Cure t Ballard Snow Liniment Co 5OO503 North Second St O l1 gt PRICB S0C sold und Rocommondod by R E McROBERTS I I I tl New Music A VlrKlnla newspaper puts Its an nouncemeiiti of births under the head rto i I IH O r J Nu MuYlc- y r Some On Will rail An excavation In the street may pot Uo temptation y t some person will along right W9 n curry fall rilt x Du Gossip About A Dflef Mutton ol Cemn and MrA Ann Robinson tine been on the sick list Mr I Shearer was In Montlcol to a taw days foul Orlgg of Ulclimund was In town Sunday Mrs 0 M Patterson In visiting rel atives In Illinois Postmaster W T West was In Loulsvlllo a few ago Mr and Mrs flanks Hudson spent tho past week In Cincinnati Miss Susan Woods of Stanford was with Miss Salllo Klkln Monday Mr M U Lamb has waved to Okla homa where he bought a farm Miss Corn Hurt of Lowell has been Visiting M Iss Salllo Adams near Bcltls Misses Margaret and Joan Mount were visitors In Stanford the past week Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford was the recent guest of Miss Annlo Hern don Helen M rctt of Bryants vllle visited Miss Callie Adams last week Miss Lucy Francis of Paint Lick Is the guest of her sister Mrs F S HUghCS Little Miss Leona Gott has returned from a visit to her grand parents In lllchmond Miss Hcrtha Hurnsldo Is assisting clerk In Mr 11 H Batsons store dun Ing tho sale Miss Mary has returned from several weeks visit to relatives In ttlcholasvlllo Mr John Anderson of McKlnnoy has been visiting Misses Martha and Salllo Tlllett Mrs Emma Kauffman and daughter Miss Franklc have been visiting In Richmond I M Dunn of Danville and lion Joo B 1uxton of Stanford were In our city Friday Miss Katlo Lee Denny has returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Roy Hayncs In Illllboro Ohio Mr Frank Pierce Jr returned home Monday after a weeks visit to his sis tor Mrs I E Adams of Lexington A cuto picture of the son of Mr and Mrs S H Sanders of this county ap peared In Saturdays Louisville Couri er Journal Mrs John 0 South of Frankfort visited her aunt Mrs Pattlo D 0111 RId attended tho Rogers Harnurd wedding Wednesday Misses Martha and Helm 0111 Grace Klnnalrd Mesdames Illgglnbotham II F Walter and H D Herndon were In Danville shopping this week Mr Fred Sutton and family or Lex ington and Mrs li A Dawes of Georgetown attended tho funeral of Mrs Lucy Kcniper Sutton Sunday Mr Leslie Herndon and bride of Lexington have been guests of Capt Ilerndon and daughter Miss Annie Mrs H D Herndon entertained In their honor at an elegant dinner Tho marriage of Mrs Juliet GUI Rogers to Mr Chester Dana ard was solemnized at the homo of the brides mother Mrs Pattlo D Gill Wednesday afternoon at ono oclock the ceremony was perfumed by Rev U 0 Drown of tho Presbyterian church In trio presence of tho Imme diate family rite bride Is an only daughter and truly tho solo heir of heart and homo of the devoted a woman full of energy with capa bilities and Industrious not always found In a petted child of fortune and sho Is an Ideal daughter She Is pos sessed of great musical talent both vocal und Instrumental and received a thorough education at ono of the leading Institutions of tho country Time groom was reared In New York City but has mado his home In In recent years being in tile service of tho U S Government tho surveying and cnulnecrlng corps Ho Is a polished gentleman of highest ed ucation and bearing Ills duties call him to tho PaclUo coast n great deal and ho and Mrs Darnard will spend much cf thotr Limo there The Kitts wero extremely handsome and time lovely bride was most goner ously remembered Sho was unusual ly handsome and beautifully gowned In a superb Dlrectolro gown of grey liberty satin handsomely embroider cd In gold and trimmed In duchesso lace Her gown was a handsome brown broadcloth with hat proves shoes and Inns to match Mr mind Sirs llarnard left at ouco for a trip to Now York and other Eastern cities after which they will return to Washington whore they will reside MAHKBliUUY Mr M 0 Aldrldgo of Lancaster moved to his farm tart week Rev henry Khouso wont to Lexing ton Monday to attend tho Ministers Institute M F Rout attended court In Lex Iniftoni while thorn was the guest of Mrs lion Hughes of Lancaster was hero last week at tho bedside of her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton who continues III at liar homo Anna Kay Jenkins wont to I I People AhIMJrr the Ly The Intuultd In II ar M Miss Joe Arnold Edward mother Mr George IilgginlpthauL Usa I 1r 1 z- evsIwea Doing Wt Ate days relatives Wash- Ington wedding going away 4 Lexumlon tif vwecli to lt lli hunt Mr tliillillicr Mr Ifiiiiihcr is n former iMldcnt f tills county and ut this writing Is tuportcd In n dying condition of Pneumonia tin friends hero will ho sorry to loam of MHoun limes limo Illbta Class tinder the Instruc tion of Mr Blmuso has just comploted Including a series of twelve lessons Tho lessons embracing from Time creation to the Conquest of Caanan The study for tho whole year Is an outline of old History and Is very beneficial and much Interest Is manifested by the classMr and Mrs Mike Kcncdy Mr Gene Sutton and Miss Fannie Sutton of Prcachcrsvlllo Mrs II A Dawoi of Georgetown attended time funeral of Mrs Lucy Sutton Marked For Death Three ago I was marked for death A graveyard cough was tear ing my to Doctors failed to and laud tied when my husband Dr Kings Now says Mrs A U Williams of Hoc Ky first dose mo and Improvement on until 1 had gained 68 In weight and my health was restored This med icine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneumo min Sold under guarantee nt Mcltobcrts drug store 60c and tlOO Trial bottle free 1m OAIITEIISYILLK Donna to the wife of Mr Clarence Ballard a Ono boy Wo are glad to state that Mrs John Horny Mrs Clara Wvllo Is very sick of Pneumonia Mrs 0 S Roop was called to time bedside of her mother last Saturday utSilvcrcrcck Mr J D Carter was In Louisville Monday and Tuesday buying h I s Christmas goods Rev F D Palmeter tilled his regu lar appointment hero Sunday Time recent rains havo started the saw mills to running again Mr Will Fergerson and wife have moved to tho Dan Garbbard house ME George Wells has recovered from a attact of Pneu monia Mrs Tim Pennlngton Is some betS ter at this writing Tho public school will closo here Friday December 18th robe McCoy of Copper Creek tell In the fire and was badly burned Mr Pierce Allen Is on the sick list this week Rev Winkler filled his regular ap pointment at the Christian church SundayHorn to the wife of John L Smith a lino girl Mr 0 S Roop has about completed theJlm Pace Job on White Lick Mr Thomas Allen Noble Grand of the Cartorsvllle I O 0 F Lodge N o 221 and Mr 0 li Montgomery wero tile guests of Mr Richard Jones Sunday Produce wanted at Hag rfiros Call at the L N for Christmas cakes Call on Gill your Christmas fruits of all klnd5 Yellow Information thankfully received fA Swlnebroad Go to Bros for yldr Christ mas goods D Powells Sell at For Ron Business room adjnlnJrfg Citizens National Batik Hughes Si Swlnebroad We have opened up a sfore at tho stand and ate a share of your Our goods are all fresh and fur time holiday trade Bras Election Notice An election will bo held at the Gar rard Bank Trust iCo Jan 12 11KK for purpose of time directors to the year All stockholders are to bo present J W Rlmore Cashier All those having claims against the nf IT hereby notified to tile me or attorney J perly proved parties Indebted to are with mo at once It L Klkln 1211 3t A Assignee Final Notice To TaxPayer Time time has arrived for a final as tho 1008 revenue penalty having been added unpaid taxes Decem her 1st I will Aocauipellcd to advertise and by at once you will save further cost 0 A Arnold Shr ft Garrard Co 1242t Public Sale I will offer for wlo at tho old Logo Harris Douse on DFO the following property SO li calves 1 8 1 brood tow sow Is iiuUercd nd can be 80 chickens about 05 40 or CO barrels corn 150 of folder 1 and liurnew smiths etc canned fruit und kitchen furniture Jtlik Imttlna t i linf Terms mado known on sale J A CONN J Am Uourne Auo I j r 01 j 1 r lI list quator ears Is impr Ivlng very severe Fresh homemade candy at btlfners Rest nt LO d CLarKe line ot drum e amplcs c u recl patron plea flag n th r 1 Notice estate J lIankr t are mar w th E A 11 ho to ii pllyh awe WlmNJSUA pOS Two work I k cows sow pigs and 8l1la 0 tho stock tho 76 rfd I 111 wagon black file at 10 sharp pMtl lIT Vi his Discovery t C fir t at- C Danvil Street dew og uesday electing ensuing requested I Anson mot Inako stir fur j morsel and the gilts o tannin harness I II s f Business Ii sm8 llliiok CdktfA ut Ti y Toys Tiijs ikten l Fcni dishes and JurdliKr liRA olden BroH All kmdiof Xnmscoiidttisatid fruits at Xlmmers K Wo havo tho largest f candles In town A good mango at 20o Ward 12lpt Ward leads and others follow diJt tho holidays 1211 Got your fruit and box candy at r to your Christmas itod of Cotton Seed Meal lust r c4fr Banks Hudson nf See 0111 Sc tine box of Schraflls or Dully Candy Number CO gets time silvA Set UrltiK In time number 0 w Toy wagons sleighs and volwlpedcs Car of Cotton Seed Meal wfcolv cd Hanks Hudson Guns of nil kinds and Uncled shells Hasoldcn Bros f and nuts by the car load Funeral designs on short Phono 55 II Dont buy your cutting you Ret tny price J See our lap robes and horse Ilasclden We bought early Hence we cansell cheap I 121121 Ii Order a Christmas box of cut flowers from Ware Store room Ono of the best In town for t Apply to W T West ll2Q4t Big bargains In buggies at Ilasclden Bros We have presents suitable far father sweetheart W H Ward 12 121 Make Mama bring you to ale Santa Claus at Wards store Ho In In tho window lall2t For Solo A Piano In good Mndltlon Apply to Joo Novlus 2t Ilonakcrs cut flowers A present ro suit can be bought a our store W II Ward f Our Xmas goods are and you are Invited to look tlleur over whether you buy or not 1211 2t W Five Par Cent Lo Money to loan ou In sums of 1100000 and over apply to U B Swlncbroau I am overstocked with Vuggjr and wagon harness For thlrly uajs I will give you the greatest you over had W J 0 11 can be found than Miss painted Chins at Currey David sons See Hasclclen and you will Ilaselden Bros Always order Honakers cut for funerals weddings and Ail social purposes Ware Phono 12112U Seo our dialing and lUklng dishes Haselden Bros Boys we have some of tae nicest gifts for young ladies in town wo dont want to get rich oil you 12ll2t W dwelling and lot udJoJnln College grounds Is for rent tat the year 100J For see mo ou place Mrs Susan tf Wo have lust received a beautiful Ilea of for time Holidays Cull and see our line before as wo can please you both In qwmty and price Pill nmpson For Rent resldenconoxtoSBMJol former Mrs Election Notice An election will be held tho C Izcns National Hank on TupdttVvJfl nary 12th 1UOO for time lecting live directors to time en suing year B F Iludsdn Cashier Ueo 1st 12 11td Election Notice j There will bo an bcld on Tuesday Jan IS lOOJ at fio Nut of Lancaster for tho purpose of electing slXUreotura to servo for the ensuing 1211 td B U Cashier Fruit Trees I am taking tho Knijjc lllc Co for April und shall needing Fruit cal ling on mo at Mason Hotel ThanUInu frluDOa A vors c yury 112041 I D Fur the next 30 days I will sell the entire stock of Uuneral of Jno H on Paint Lick Thin conits of sold regardless of ono de this stock a vholu can hot a bargain at once A Klkln II Trustee In Bankruptcy Lancast6 Ky Doe 1 tins lro J n GIII Slmps candies bas The L place wet toWardst R V on Uro Jus it Otf We have bananas o to GIII Simpson 4lce 2t mar w R We bOU nuell Ward Ito ers McRober s 2t for rent on slat and Vats Street ale Dec I es lL War cltoberts for reasolla n- at J Ward real es Fo particulars barge Ram No more appropriate or durable fi ElklllS f12 12t Y p ers Mcltobe s Yard occupiedbySusan S t p rp o ole Ion y r nay orders or any t my for Great Sargaln 1ooda Notions Uool b cAnU t L li rat k Il fig 2t R Nlteatauran the s- Car apples 1 Until man bidets h care slness an harness ero Saturday 12th tram 1 a Ice now e o net mid ad 1e particulars a shot appreciate lo past Reap st fo stock Shu Anti Grocries eflh c L Wttdv W C tTb Iml W 0 Kimpir Cashier ANK Paint Lickr INUUHFOHATKD Ii PEOPLES y 1 ti- E rest Vile i a Wo gffor you fair treat mont with ovory accom modation that is consistent with consorvativo Banking CAPITA 1600000 BUKPItVS 900000 DtHBcrronn- U COY ARNOLD HOaUYH Jfl BURROWS JB WOODS WOODS WOPIRII uu unn R LL Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance The Garrard Bank Trust Co iNCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 50000 Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Uptodate Steel Vault SAPS DEPOSIT BOXES We invite you to call and inspect our office and building and make use of our facilities for expeditious pleasant and safe transac tion of business The Farmers Bank II II Iir M i A Family Divided Against Its Self Can Not Stand It is the same with a town or community If all will pull together we will build and get strong If we fail to do this we cannot succeed Come and see my stock of Furniture Carpets Rugs Oil Cloth Linoleums Mirrors Combination Book Cases Library Tables China Closets Library and Hall Lamps Come early and get your choice J C ROBINSON J B WALKER CO cordially invite you to meet Miss L A Siebold who will give free fittings of the celebrated J Redfern Corset for a limited period beginning De cember Seventh J B WftLKER RICHMOND J i wi a KENTUCKY I v M 1 I I I iR II Ie I I I I I I I I M IM t r Jill 10 i I II rI t Mattresses i t 00 i 60 j J1 c t r j a1 x II r I ra i eIv 1 rIsj NOW hnd been fnlllnR tho mountains many days before Christmas Down In tho sunbrlght valley mother and little Nina gazed up at tho shining peaks and were They would gladly have forgot ten snow but father was In a moun tain cabin all alone Will he hang hie Blocking by the ctono fireplace asked Nina and dont you sposo hell bo vltcd soma where to dinner I with wo had stayed with him cald mother If ho can live through the winter In the mountains so could we Hut ho told us no dont you Ho said he brought us to southern California on purpose BO we could live always in a summer land Mother sighed Tho little family bad been west only a tow weeks when father was offered a position as book keeper for a lumber company away up in tho Sierras Living In tho moun had been delightful through the Bummer but at tho first hint of cold weather the tent home was packed fa ther bought a cabin and sent mother and the litho daughter to the valley Father was an artist and ho de Glared that ho should llko nothing better than to paint pictures of snowy peaks with no one to Interrupt him and nothing else to do but to guard the companys property It Is a wonderful chance he had Insisted Mother and Nina had tried to be lieve he was right but tho little bungalow which they rented already furnished seemed but a poor cxcuso a house I wish I could see him hang up his stocking continued Nina Oh I wish I could put this penwiper Im making In the very too of 111 Mother made no reply She wished o much that she too might help fill that lonely stocking In the mountain cabin Oh mother mother exclaimed Nina dropping her spool and scissors and springing to her feet I have a beautiful Ideal You always have to i keep your Christmas presents dont you You never can send them back youSurely not was the answer mother spose you wish your Christmas present hadnt come Would It bo very polite to tell tlie ones that gave it to you that you were getting along nicely without their Christmas present and that you really didnt want itsWhy of course not Nina Wo must think of tho loving thought be hind the gift even If Uncle John should send no spates this very win j Two arms flow swiftly around moth ers neck Oh I have such a Idea repeated Nina Well ride on the stage with the Christmas box and Rive ourselves to father for a Christmas present He wouldnt his Christmas present now would Would you be contented Nina to live up there all winter asked mother You must remember that we will bo four miles from Fredalba You win have no little girls to play with no school no Sunday school no But mother cant we have a school with you for tho teacher and a Sun day school Cant I have a whole row of snow men to play with And mother well have a real Christmas Thus it happened that two passers gers went up tho trail on the last stage of the old year Anybody going to meet you in Fredalba asked the stage driver Tho weather Is pretty severe up hero a tow thousand feet higher Had lots of rain In the valley and that means snow storms In the mountains No one will meet us said mother but w know the trail from Fredalba and pun burros aro there although wo didnt expect to Beo thorn again until next You can telephone from Fredalbn suggested the stage driver They tcl mo your husband has a telephone at camp r Dut were Christmas presents ox plained Nina so we must surprise him Dont you know that tonight jvlll be Christmas If the wind dosent como up 70uH bo all right the man replied but unless Im mistaken theres a heavy snow falling in the mountains this mlnuto At Fredalba every one advised mother and Nina not to attempt tho trail until morning This time It was mother who would push on Wo know the trail so well said she and tho burros know It better In hours w can roach camp It seems to me said the stage driver as he watched tho two disap pear around tho curve It seems to mo that some fuks havent any nemo and shutting his llpa In a determined fashion bo went to the telephone and called for Nlaai rather Ill toll him The Real and the Unreal An acre In Middlesex Is worth principality la Utopia Macaulay Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid relief and permanently curci any form of or diseases AH Druggists Write for sample E W Co St Louis for solo at MoRoborta Drug Store remember 0 for I 7 nut terl 1 J beaultul f I V t ever I t two I tI 2 If for external Zemo 1ffo I- nS homesick e tin M I k S z a k t a t 0 turn hey e 1 t t yt summers out m F t i y at n r use gives instant I oic t k I tw his folks nro coming and to go out to meet them ho explained to tho men standing near Otherwise tho fellow may have n surprise ho wont like on Christmas tiny To tho stage drivers dismay there was no answer to his call Fathers cabin In tho Sierras was evidently See here said he to a friend you call Drown up In half an hour and tell him that his wife and daughter are on the trail The wires are down declared a big man who came In at that moment from outside No uso trying to tele phone With tear for the safety of his pas sengers tho stage driver drove down the trail to the valley In the meantime tho two plodded along on tho sure footed burros call ing merrily to each other as they passed the wellknown landmarks On and on up and up they tolled tho snow falling faster and faster tho wind more furious every minute One mile two miles Hy that tlmo the snow blinded them and but for the faithful burros they could not have kept tho trail It grow colder and colder and the short afternoon was ended That meant sudden darkness among those solemn snowclad peaks It meant too that mother and Nina Door deserted Faithful Burros They Could Not Have Kept the Trail were thoroughly frightened They couldnt talk except to urgo the burros on Tho wind took their breath We wont be Christmas presents Im afraid sobbed Nina through chattering teeth Say your prayers suggested moth er it Is all we can do now They had long since dropped the reins and trusted the burros to choose their own way Mother recalled story after story of men who had perished on thoso mountain trails and she blamed herself for ever attempting such a Journey Suddenly a welcome sight appeared before the struggling travelers The lights of Mr Deans cabin exclaimed Nina Oh mother We have reached Mr Deans ranch and wero still alive Tomorrow well see father A funny thing then happened Doth burros began to bray Mother and Nina laughed and cried at the sound Instantly the signal was answered Robert Dean flung open the cabin and In a flood of light beheld his visitorsWell well well ho exclaimed Who told you that were having a Christmas dinner hero this evening turkey and all Why Miss Nina your father is or was at the tablel The next thing Nina knew she was In her fathers arms and mother was removing her wraps Aro wo frozen or anything moth asked tho child No were all right and so are the burros was the reply Oh how glad everybody the little girl exclaimed And Im hungry father were your presents Father for some reason couldnt say thank you but didnt speak of re turning tho precious gifts and It is doubtful If anywhere In the valley there was such happiness as filled tho mountain cabin that Christmas Why She Stood There Dont you think suggested a young to his partner at a dance that wo should movo farther up the room out of tho draught Oh well If you like replied the girl snappishly It was pnjy when they moved away that tho youth noticed that they had been beneath a largo bunch of mis tletoe A Useless Present Aunt Yes Santa Onus brought you a Johnny Great Scott Anothqr pros ont that aint any usol German Proverb Ha 1s Idle that might bo bettor em ployed Beyond Medical Aid 0 D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badly diseased with cholera I did not think medical aid could possibly save them I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera llomedy and It cured them without u single loss Sold by J H Mount Co Lancaster Ky But for the I doqr orT andand ChrIst- mas below eve I 1 c ten man Johnny p This Week Oar HOLIDAY will be opened and wo cordially In vito you to inspect it We shall take great pleasure in showing you through Morrow McRoberts JEWELERS J I I k t l r a r- oaeaooerrHes oaoa s oweo eodeo LINEMMwe r eeelRtrMRNUIM1M 1R tMM aI eeeeeeeeoeeeeoolaeeeee Paroid Roof n one lot of ParolJ open It In Hi apply It to your roor and It then you aro not ai Wlod that you haw the bttt reedy rooting lend ui your name and ad dress and w will send you a check for the full of tho rooting In eluding the cost of applying It BUY I mAde COlt nutnron The Rooting With Moneyback Guaranty Parold Lasts Longest I a Became It limada of the tjfrM mudoln carom In 1811 other manuf Acturm their tell ouUM and simply saturate and It not In n saturating compound which makra It water proof In It iranted on both t tKtcktil imootfitit tougktit most fforft crating ready tatreour with any olAtr You can ten and diffcrenca not break or crack In weather or nin In hot weather BccaitM It II applied with our patented square buy enultIook r M mill every font elite doer Ina only caps will not u aU vtrailways factories and larmu T ywh rAll we a k I that you try U on our cimrnntr Lumber Mfg Co Phones 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky I rArwater on I and cause are some ot eau lllrold so a ralltr It lasts used by cannot dont tale send for and prloea BUILDING PLANS FREE Enclose 4o In stamp and wo wm D I- ou hr our pap bQoftC plans for lractlcal Farm nuuuars Dotter at 0IICiI4 Lancaster both These the reams why wn It If your dealer you samptea return The joyous time Is drawing nigh the time of turkey pudding pie nor do we dream of after illi of and pills and Christmas bills A girl begins to hang up the mistletoe at about the age when she stops hanging up her stocking A pessimist 1s a fellow who wouldnt hang up his stocking for fear old Santa Claus might swipe it Christmas cigars are not always puffed up with pride if if Theres many a slip twixt the Mias and the mistletoe SP 3 Dont make it too strong Many a man has been knocked out by one good stiff punch Ask a truthful woman what she enjoys most about Christ mat and she will tell you the bargain sales afterward sing a rhyme of Christmas that line Is but the first of hoping you may not blue because you get the of it When a child writes letter of thanks to Santa Claus it should be cherished like a rare plant That Wd isnt long for this world at st No Christmas present Is so useless that you cant pass it on to some one else next year Remember that It is better to give than to things you dont want it at Take off the tags Many friendship has been severed by the price mark on Christmas present IMJr I have often wondered wherein consisted the wisdom of Solomon when he had thousand wives I am now convinced that it must have been In living In the days before Christmas was celebrated it it Its all right to pity the poor at this peuceonearth season but it Is also well to remember that sympathy doesnt fill an empty stomach RULES FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING hive willingly Qlvo tactfully Put thought Into your gIvIng Dont consider return gins Never give to others what you wouldnt want yourself Tho unexpected gift Insures a spe cial appreciation To glvo ostentatiously Is the height of bad taste five to the sick and tho sorrowful If you would know the true joy of giving Never give moro than you can at ford Your friends know your circum stances as well an you do yourself and tho pleasure of both giving and re relying Is lost A Question In Finance Are you good at arithmetic my dear naked Mr Porknslo of his wife I was accounted the very lIcit arithmetician at school replied Mrs Pcrknslo with a of pride ja her voice I have a problem for you State It HQW can 1 buy 5Q worth of Christ mat presents with fQ In cash and no i i U 1 i I JP JP I i JP iTo IJP a IJP receivethe z a a I a I ltt touch udlT kArA 1FfhiFkkefittStYAtIG faYkI1t aE w Jutrtthinti- r sk r dI- vt st d M J a ftaTfrihfi Fk tffAfaFdt fF Tk N r rh MR STAYBOLT AS CLAUS Some Things He Would Like to Give If He Could Do you know tho Christmas pres ont Id like to make If I could said Mr Staybolt Id like to give cheer fulness to tho downhearted courage to the timid anti strength to the weak tho power of selfdenial to those who yield too easily and a desIre to work to tho lazy I have often thought what a pity It Is that you cant buy all these things these helpful qualities already put up and at such a price as to put them within the reach of all canned cheerfulness bottled hopefulness courage In tablets and strength say In the form of a powder and so on or you might I suppose put em all up canned for that matter Hut In the absence of such market preparations and our consequent In ability to buy such things and send them as gifts to those whom they might most benefit perhaps you will permit me to offer to each a word of suggestion To tho dispirited take n cheerful view To the downhearted dont dwell on the doleful side To tho timid dont bo afrald To the weak or those wh fancy themselves so try your strength Youll bo surprised to find how much youvo got To those who yield too easily deny yourself once and again and feel the Joy and strength that will come back to To tho lazy get a job with a shovel In a gang of laborers under a driving boss and If you aro not to get back to your present job to do the best you know how at It I miss my guess- I cant send you these things or bottles but if anyone of you will tnke my advIce and stick to youll think that Mr Staybolt was a very kind Santa Claus CHRISTMAS PROVERBS Tim lovelight In tho eyes of the precious ones of the household Is tho most brilliant of Christmas Illumina tions Tho soft Christmas light Is not the least welcome where tho shadows of bereavement have fallen during tho year Tho Christmas angels hover over such dwellings of sorrow In min Istrlta of divine lovo It was the Christ who said It Is moro blessed to glvo than to re ceive Again ho said Inasmuch as yo havo done It to ono of the least of these my brethren yo have done It unto mo SANTA dad In- cans It you r 7ct TIll Ifl 111ONlY nVI lflf- ofHr IoU JLC IlIT n 1Wrwmanr ot 11yt gtrarl- aD At the Manger Wion first her Christmas watch to down the silent Anuvl With snowy annuals shod lleliolillng what motlturs hands Had wrouulit softer swaddling hands She swathed the Son or Qod Thin skilled In mysteries of Night With tender visions of wreuthvtl r Till wakened by u wuriner Klow Than heaven hal yet to sltpw lie saw W face U Tatb in Ati ai Como Sleep with Mia his molhar keep his She place John Me e a Faiiu acid Thousands of thin rnngo In Colorado nro reported tu bo Mnrvlng- Tlirco tictcs of Irttitl on Virgil Jns tlnoiuit farm produced n crop of lo baccu that sold for wo- U It Lawson hotittht to head uf nice matte shippers welching 1200 pounds ot V O St K M Walker nt Ulveim Tcrrllt sold to A It Robinson Co of Richmond 10000 pounds of tobacco ut 22 cent nnd 12000 pounds nt 211 cents This lu the In Hint mid of tho county Shredded fodder N said to cause sponlimcous combustion in barns anti tho loss til a barn null contents val tied nt 10000 Huslivlllo Is at tributed to that cause W U Hutton shipped 10 fine nude and six purses to tho Southern market for which ho realizes about 1 1800 The mules were extra good otto pair weighing 2000 pounds The Lancaster Tobbacco Warehouse Co Is receiving about 20000 pounds ot tubbacco dally and shipping out about 15000 pounds Trices paid run from 17 cents On Monday they re calved 60000 pound and paid out 8000 Feed for tho object desired and hey er allow the fowls to bccomn over hit With proper feeding goes exercising and without proper muscular move ments the digestion will bo defective and no good result can be expected Cattle breeding of the pastfew years has not been for size but rather for quality rile breeders beef standard of the present day Is weight for any age Tho market standard Is not a big heavy bullock but tine cuts When the plowing Is all dune wlpo every speck of dirt off tho wood and rub a good coating of oil over tho metal part That keeps oft rust and makes It sure that next spring you will have clean plows to hitch to The American Tobacco Co receiv ed and shipped this week from their Lebanon warehouse 00000 pounds of tobacco and II D Lake Si Co over 40000 pounds The price pall for this tobacco will average lOc per pound J 1 Hamilton anti A F Sanders sold tho U Ham farm of 120 acres about live miles from town to C II and Tilda Collins at 65 per acre They lately purchaccd It and It Is a fertile farm Poqplo are beginning to realize that tobacco lands nro too cheap as tobacco Is bringing twice what Young mules are reported bringing big prices In Hertford county Tenn Two mule colts aged 10 and 17 months old were sold to X R PIckens last week fur 500 Two others two years old were sold to the same party for 435 lion It C Pearson paid 325 for a pair under two years old and 400 for another pair owned him Winchester Democrat An exchange publishes a report form Danville Ind which stales one Walter J Clark of that place a White Wyandotte lien which tared 210 In 274 days and Is laying As site yet has 83 days In which to complete a years record this hen Is likely to nuke a phenomenal record This hen was hatched In an Incubator Mr Clark for 1 00 He now values her nt 1000 It Is estimated that as a result of tho sale of pooled tobacco to tho Amcr lean Tobacco Company and to the In dependent manufacturers and also sale of 20000000 poundsof Green Ri ver find sumo 8000000 or 10000000 pounds tram tho Hluck Patch that an aggregate of not less that 20000 000 will be realized by Kcntuckians All these transactions have beep made within three weeks They have been record braking deals In tho history of tho tobaccs industry Tho distribu tion of such a vast amount of money III the State will so llnunclers my business conditions and Hush the batiks lion las Wilson Sec of Agricul tuna In his annual report for 1008 speaks of corn In these words It is the greatest of nil crops whoso pro dnctlon this year Is 2013000100 bush els Tho value of thU crop Is 81015 000000 This wealth grown out of tho soil In four months of ruin sun shlno and drought Is enough to can col tho Interestbearing debt of tho United States and to pay for tho Pan ama Canal and fifty battleships This crop Is worth this year nearly as much as tho great crops of cotton hay and wheat combined Compared with averages of tho preceding live rears tho quality Is 2 per cent higher and tho value 43 per cert higher AFTER THE GRIPPE Vinol Restored This Mem Strength Several years ago I was attacked by a severe case of grippe which left mo with a hacking cough soreiiiHa in my chest and bronchitis I took nearly every kind of cough syrup sold on till market besides medicine given mo by physiciansI no permanent toilet until my druggist asked mo to try Vino and after taking throe bottles I won entirely cured- I bollevo Vinol to bo tho greatest blessing over offered to tno public aa It does what U claimed for it1t 12 It Kicks Mnplesvlllo Ala The reason Vlnol cures chronic coughs colds and pulmonary troubles U because It rontnlns onto Iron and alt Ole healing and body building elo menu of cod liver oil but no oil Vlnol Is also ur excolled ai n strength builder for old pvoplo delicate children weak and rundown persons and after sickness Mclloborta Jrujj Store I r Stock eattie lit and ho list till onco did b eggs and wnssold tu I r D I Fy dU 43 41o la sold sulO near It refused the l ha atll tIn improve tin r Hiilo ill Uml litrratd Circuit Ioiirt Motile Jhrlituplibr ot nt IlltT vs- llohjiiinln Lane et at Defln of Hale Pursuant tun muni of thin Intrant Circuit limit t In tho nlxivuntvlfd notion Ihu iiudarMlgn Ill Hitfcnil diiiiuiiMiiiiier will on 8ATUUPAY DlXMJMIIHIl ll 1DOS between It oclock u in nnd I2urlock the c ling IIOUKO lit ilia land hrrim dcfccrlb ed at public to rim hlglient rind best foiliiwliv dncrlb cd roil rMato which U In Umard utility 1C mil lie witter f llOUndlll M fnllllWM nl it stout In tho lunn and road lending from tho Dinvlllo anti Lexington to whllo flak Crook llictico thin middle meatidom of tho said road or 51 3 I W 21 poles N 82 12 W fil 21 poles to a stone tulddlo of the road nt tho mouth of n narrow ten this of n pole trait n white oak In the mouth of with tho N ID 3 4 W 17 to n stone In Iho west edge of the sold road thence with side of thORamo 3031 K to two oak mumps ono almost gone In tho turn ot the said wild corucr to Cecil thcncd H 8S 1 2 E 0234 polos to nn stump thence IS poles stake llionco 8 37 31 W pausing Mrs Cat ollno llrownri old corner At 75 poles nod passing the old Brown Curlier nt 1014 nil name course 207 poUs to the beginning containing 141 acres This III the sumo tract of that the In the above styled nation derived title by Inhurltiinco from their father noel mother Iotcr nnd Kllta both Lane to whom it was convoyed by Joseph Tomllnson and wlfo by ilcod of In thoDnrrard olllco In Deed Hook No 2 gaga TKHMS- Tho sale will bo made on a credit of months and tho purchaser will bo required to price security payable to tho Commissioner and ing Interest at the rate of six cent per anndm tram date or Halo until J W KLMOHK Special M C U 0 0 J E lloblnson Attorney for rialntllTn CominlMloncrs HonliiiK of Land On mud Circuit Court Clause Admr Ilalnllfl douse Si Others Defendants As special Commissioner In the cast 1 will on the 28th DAY OF DKCKMHKUIPOS before tho Court House dour In Lan caster Kentucky It being County Court day County ollor for rent to tho highest anti a tract of laud located In Oarrard County Kentucky on tho waters of Drakes Creek and contain 63 ucrcs by J C Clause now renter will bo required to give bond with security payable to tho commissioner due and Janu any 1st 1U10 with six per cent Interest otter maturity until Seeding purposes bo reserved In tho tall of 1POU This December 12th U II Special Commissioner Louts L Walker Atty for PUT FOLEYS and TAR CURES Coughs andGolds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Poleys Honey and Tar not only the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious r wits from a cold i There ls no danger Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble i Honey and Tat ls taken as it will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you haye a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foley Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember the name Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the tame when you can get Heney and Tar that costs you no there and sate and cantata in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians taw H Had Oeniumptlen E H Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia add which they afterward pronounced consumption Through A friend I was Induced to try a sample ot Honey and Tar which gave tat 10 much toilet that I bought some ol the regular Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungi that time Three sltes25e SOC 100 The SO cent size contains two and onohalf times a much as the small size and the 100 battle almost il UntM M much SILI AN RECIIHMENIEI It0 C p 1 dtortiies I Nu I lhtNill b Itlver InllO N Intro seven sold lnna with the west 208 34 S 312 1 six car J a aburo styled for bidder and Is the saute land recently occupied HONEY of Foley FollY Foley 11 Jon Pole eke M a houlhllagiofior Yarrr ci nil It II Ili the lurks and nod at tiny proved special Russell ISON stops slag PILES Ittt imlltedlate refer rr1 N- rr Sops beak OIMicM- w 7 e POSTEDThu undersigned hereby glvo warn hug to nil persons tint to trespass upon our lands for hilly purpose whatever as wo will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters mid Flshnrmmi especially take notice WH Ferguson I1 10111 Clay Mutton W J Ollllsplo- Uil Iortwood W T Wortul W tJ AnderMin John A Sanders J W Sweeney Jt L llurlon- t I Novo U C Ilidiin- HC Arnold Cook Drtvo Duddernr Hlchnrd llargoruor Mrs K H Daniels II Kcllcy 0 S Battery D H Anderson KILL COUCH AND CURE THE LUMPS Dr Kings New Discwiry M rA f W It I Ivhl 1olllllon WITH k 1 1 a FOR OUCH 1 IHIeSI B1a Free AND ALL THflOAT lUND TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATIOFAOIOlt on MONEY HEflDNDED R H McRobcrts Drug Store DennyDENTIST one rtion J w Ifr tore Cream Vermifuge AND M K T over n V IITES a THE GUIRARTEEO wrIMr THE C DREWS FAVOH1TE TONIC o IMITATIONS INS tNUiNC PfttFAMO CULT t- BatlnrdSnow Liniment Co v n MO olluborls Drug Storo Sell Your Tobacco At Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse and not ns hl h prices as any suction market the worm W M Riloy Company Danvillo Ky 1025 3111 Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gnnlon- Vc Imvc no agents Ircc Catalogue Sons Lexington Kentucky The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or form of skin or dis case can find relief and be permanent cured by Zcmo a clean liquid for external use All durgfeists sell Kcr sale at MclloburU Drug Store 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE t i4 T EJEJS H F Hillcnmeycr J sew The an Tnoc Masse OnIoNs COPYRIGHTS AC iradlnc a ili l h and d rlptlnn ur rlln nur opinion ft an n h l i t CDnimiinlfn lloiiiilrlcllrninniltiilUI on Innti Scientific fliwricait tiiUttim uf mir uicnilda li urn l II four rumt In U lk i lbjrl w J l r HUNHCot331D d New York w Eczema Is Curable a scientific preparation for external use Stops and destroys the that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and U permanently cured by Druggists Write lot sam pie E W Rose MedCo St Louis Mo For sale at MoUoborts Drug Store WANTED lfarmers having good quality of Butter Eggs Poultry or Game and wishing the highest city mar ket prices send value aunt address to The Miami VaUoy Order Del 1735 Vine St Oinoinnati 0H ro Makes KI4Myt M4 M 4tf r KltM o DB DC III A lIanaoml IIInI r toet tt I tl Z E M 0 ronY J t Anyone mat ee ekt sent tree penvy fur cut 1atnn taken lttirndel eeWl aolke w itbnut dhare lu tin Term can should IEY