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CENTRAL RECORDMTAM1BHKU VKMOCUAOV ftlHMTMKNTH VItA It LANCASTER ICY FRIDAY JANUAJIY I INK t o THE 1 lUJlf AN1 aoon OOErfNdr Nfl r 7 I ifhrrratox 4 J 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 meet nil competition nnd wo want you to call anti lot us prove our assertions by giving you aotno llctl Hot Bargains Everything reduced for tho next thirty days Get in the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments cJ1 33tt1JttcJJt L I 7Y La ie Garments t eaao ear Local Items Reftolvo to do right Our banks will all becloscd today It being a holiday for those Institutions Hughes it 8wInebroad sold for E It Miller 80 acres of land near to M V Keetoo at 13050 Mrs Ada Klnnalrds Millinery store has been moved Into Htormea1 block Danville avenue near Public Square where she la prepared to satisfy the public as heretofore Tbankn to Mr B 1 Henry for the number of burials at Lancaster Cem etery during 1008 which was 24 males and 20 females being fewer than for several jears past Chief of police L E Ilerron re ports a quiet Christmas Ho only made two arrests for misdemeanors and Judge Harris fined them 110 and 125 respectively Our Sunday train at 1134 and South at 229 Postmaster West saga tho mall will likely come from Louisville on the train Instead of by hack from Stanford but the date of the change Is not known at this writing Our people have entertained many relatives and friends during the boll days and If we fall to mention tho coming of anyone or any social event It will be because those entertaining failed to report the same as we have requested them to do Henry Duncan Is moving to the brick property which he bought of Mr Turner He will use the room used for mllllnerr shop and having bad many years experience as a tonsorial artist he Invites the public to call on him Satisfaction guaranteed Ilernembcrances and giftgiving have been the order of business for several days and with Christmas trees In many homes at the court bouse at churches and at the Graded School wo hope that nobody has been neglect ed and that the spirit ao buly manifested bas made many a soul happy Two WetHlnas Mr Earl Withers of White Oak and Miss Nancy Ralner of Stanford were married on Tuesday and Mr Kirby Uarlow and Miss Dennis of Sugar Creek on Wednesday at Eld FM Tlndera new residence on the the Lexington pike be officiating We extend congratulations and good wishes I i for hie barber 1 Hubble goes North R formerly Ileaven bar Your Account Is Due PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE H T LOGAN c JANUARY 1ST it r J r t j f f I t t i I oro y I1W w r I 1900I I r- I r i- N i- r r II Y- h A happy nnd prosperous now year to all mankind Eld F W Norton of Ohio will preach nt church Sun day forenoon Make no special rcfiolutlons hut to do your duty to yourself your fcllowbolng and your God Union services wlirbo held at the Baptist church Sunday night Dr Pearce delivering the sermon Thanks to our Rood friend John Henry for a Ono pumpkin Wo will kill It soon and have pie pumpkin bread and a stow Our splendid Byantsvllle letter received Thursday too late for publi cation which no regret exceedingly Phase mall earlier Wo arc ilIad to learn that tho mer chant generally and especially our patrons In advertising enjoyed a large trade and a liberal patronage during the past Changed Constantly Womens minds are much cleaner than mens remarked Mrs Oliver Hcrford They ought to be replied her husband they change them so much oftencr Everybodys Magazine Election of Officers Tho Masonic Lodge number 104 this city elected the following oni cora for the ensuing term F P Frlsbic W M L L 0 D Swlncbroad J W 5 Tom Wherrltt Secretary J W Sweeney Treasurer M D Shearer S D Hen ry Simpson J D A T Anderson Tyler Appreciation Tho Womans Temperance Union gave Captain Louis Landram an ele gant gold watch fob find the Ladles Aid Socluty of tho Baptist church presented to him a handsome leather traveling case as tokens of apprecla tion of his help to them through the Record The tokens are worthily be stowed Obituary Mrs Gregory an estimable lady and resident of this county died In Winchester at the residence of her soninlaw Mr Henry Hall on Monday night After funeral services the re mains were burled in Richmond Thur day She was a native of Madison conntv being connected with the best families In that section ter her marriage she Trealdcd In where her husband died Some years ago she purchased a farm In this county which slut leased and went south on account of railing health She was a member of the Christian church this city and had many friends The children suvlvlng are Mrs W A Arnold this city MM Henry pall Winchester Mr Parker Paint Lick and Mr William Greg ory of North Dakota A Pleasant Trip The writer made a flying trip to Louisville last week and had the pleasure of meeting several old friends among them lion D B Edtnlnston P W and Burt Spencer S B Harris and R E Hughes all of whom are well known here and who have made good In Important positions their part to energy Rod push which Is making that city famous In growth and enterprise While there we called on the Superintendent of Railway Postal Clerks and asked for a man on our day train In order to avoid the frequent deity of mall un der the pouch service lIe suggested a petition which will be prepared and kept for a few days store Everybody Is In this and should sign the petition Our train service Is much Improved enabling us to como from Louisville to Lancaster In three hours and nineteen minutes leaving the city at 815 a m and arriving hero at 1134 on a train that makes good connection East Other trains leaving here at 1000 a m 220 and 829 p m make connect ions North and South We will pub lish a Complete time table Buth Buth The marriage of Miss Gusslo Bush and Rev 0 1 Hush of Lancaster will be solemlted this evening at six oclock at the brides home on Aspen avenue The ceremony will bo or Rev O W Shepherd and only a tow most Intimate friends are Invited The bride will bo attired In pale blue taffeta The house will be artistically decorated with palms terns and other plants Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple will leave for Lancaster The brldos going away gown will be dark blue cloth with hat and gloves to match HIM Hush la the daughter of Mrs Emma Hush and Is an attractive bru nette She U highly educated and for several years been known as one of cur moat accomplished young The groom Is native of Clark county but at present Is pastor of the Lancaster Baptist Church Rood wishes will follow the bride to her now homo Richmond ClimaxWe them homeRov Bush It well known pastor of the Baptist Church and seeing that was not good for wan to bo alone he has acted wisely for and the beep for his accomplished bride I I the Christian was season Walker- S W Emma AftC I I I I performed a Many as t Congratulations II resolve Danville Gregory contributing interested schoolteachers him wishes Head Sheriff Arnolds lint of pros erty to be sold for taxes The Ladlns Aid Society will meet with Mrs J U Robinson Saturday afternoon Married on December 21 at the Presbyterian Manse by Rev 0 C Brown Mr Tom Pollard to Mrs Mag Rio Joshua City Supervisors Harris Austin and Mason have completed their work rciiultlntf In a 118000 above the assessors list making our city property about 11000000 Mr George Friend who represented the Metropolitan Life Insurance Com play In this vicinity has located else where and our friend II C Hamilton has accepted the agcno of that company Ho Is a good man for time place Marshal L E Herron procured requisition on the Governor of Tennessee for Olllo Ball wanted hero on a charge of horse stealing Ho deputized W O Dunlap to take the papers to Nashville which ho did and delivered tho prisoner to jailer Ross Shungopavl This noted Indiana Magician and humorist with his company of will be at tho court house on January 27 under the auspices of the O O F it Is one of the best shows on the road and will draw a large crowd Ho Is a fullblooded Moqul Indian and has with him a Japanese Juggler Farmer and the Brewer Tho farmers of Indiana are not on the liquor market The chief materials used by distillers and brewers are corn barley rice and hops The year book of the Department of Agriculture for 1000 docs not mention Indiana as among the rice or hop pro uuclnn States and pVaces the Slates production of barley for that year at only 219483 bushels having a farm value of July 129734 As for corn Is well known that many Indiana farmers buy corn In to what they raise to convert It Into meat During the last census year the value of farm products In Indiana was 1204450100 The value of materials used by liquor manufacturers In the was 13050044 If the liquor of the State bought all of their materials from tho farmers of the State a preposterous supposition purchased but oneslxtyseventli the whole The average farm of Indiana had 074 So that It there were no compensation to the tanners In the opening of other markets the total loss to the average farmer would be not time product but a market for the product of less than one and one acresWhen they tell us of all tho men prohibition will put out of employ ment they forget to tell us that the capital which now furnishes to all these men will be put out employment also and that it Is not one of peculiarities of capital to stay out of employment be divert ed Into other channels of Industry which will employ six to one more people than It employs In manufact ure of liquors During tho last census year all manufacturers our Country outsIde of tho manufacture of liquor with a capital of 9350303100 employed 6201720 wage earners or one for 11778 capital The manufacturers of malt vinous and distilled liquors employed a cap ital of 8457074087 but only 44417 wageearners or one wageearner to 10304 capital The capital which In tho business that year employment to 44417 had It all other channels of Industry would have employed 257 400 persons or about six to one more now employes Indiana CORN CULTIVATION Some Suggestion by the Missouri Board of Agriculture The Missouri board of agriculture otters these suggestions on corn culti vation A light harrow or woeiler used once or twice before tho corn Is largo enough to plow will give ex collent results Corn should bo plowed fairly deep tho first Umo where tho ordinary shovel cultivator or double shovel single plow Is used but shallow not over three or four Inches thereafter except whore weeds have gotten largo owing to wet weather or sometimes on certain lands that have plenty of moisture below Never cut corn roots If tho weeds can be removed without it Tho Idea that corn should bo cultivated deep at the last cultivations has been shown by ninny experiments to be Incorrect except In the cases Cultivate often enough to keep tho land clean and a layer of loose soil two or throe Inches deep on the surface Wheif A crust forums after a rain the crust allows the cools turo to osocnpo very rapidly so breaking up tho crust time evaporation of the moisture la greatly lessened Then after your corn U too largo to plow with a twohorio oultlvutor It will bo well to go through It with a ono horse small shovel or a harrow made for tho purpose and break time crust hat form rains When the oar Is formed Is thin limo that tho corn has Its hardest work to da unit whet It needs tho most help so a crust breaking at that tlmu old It a great deal Any machine used at that time should bo run yery shallow so as not o disturb Me roqti of the corn m rIii IE raise of II I I papers II fa I i Ii I Ii Ii lIi l I It will two b may y splendid Illusionists dependent addition markets employment wage earner furnished Farther above- mentioned Your flccount IS NOW Due PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE HASELDEN BROS 11 I i llltd I x t- f r it1- I 1 4 i General News Tho Internal revenue receipts for November were greater by nearly 12600000 than In November of last year The municipal at Lisbon has unearthed a big in the accounts Over 17 000000 has Mrs Eleanor R Milligan widow of the first president Kentucky Unlvcr ally died at Lexington at the ago of 04 years Six earthquake shocks within the course of twentyfour hours threw the pcple ofVirginia City Most Into a causing them to rush Into the street It tho leaders In Congress are able bring sufficient upon Pres dentelect the special session to revise the tariff will bo called almost immediately after tho Inauguration The Nations forests this year 4000000 Christmas trees the for estry service estimating that one out if every four families observed the custom at Yuletide Gov Patterson ofTennesse extend Chrltmas clemency to twentyfive con victs Gov Comer of Alabama thirteen convicts making a of about fifty for the week Tho downfall of the Castro adminis tration Is complete In Venezuela President Gomez has a new Cabinet and several of the leading supporters of Castro who threatened trouble have been thrown In jail A municipal graft scandal of huge pnportlons has developed In Plttsburg following the arrests of seven and two bankers The men are to be given a hearing and It Is said that other arrests will follow their trial Tho statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 116023325 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This Is an of 10013025 In the cash reserve as compared with the previous week Tho jury In the case of James II Pnrrlsh charged with accepting de posits In his bank after ho knew It was Insolvent was discharged by Kelly at Hawesvllle Font men fa vored the acquittal of tho defendant and eight held out for conviction from lint to last That tho steel Industry of the Un tcd States had reahed a point where It doef not need protection but stand alone In competition with the world was tho feature of the teatl mony of Andrew Carnegie before tho Ways and Means of the House of Representatives Charity was dispensed with lavish hand In hu large cities of the country and few were the homes where the Yuletlde cheer did not pen etrate In many cities tho largest hull was used tor a great free dinner and thousands of baskets of food cloth lug and toys wore distributed Qov iWIUson has appointed a Tax Commission headed by Judge llreathttt Attorney General of time State to prepare a bill revising time tax laws of Kentucky to be presented to tha next Legislature Aa an aid to the commission ho appointed also an advisory board to make suggestions Tho two bodies will meet jointly Frankfurt on January 4th On advice of loading citizens of Whitley county Goy WHUon ordered LeilngtoncotuptnlM iJ I EJEJIEJ elected disappeared panic to Tart tree pardoned Judge Comtnlttee on a all of a and 1 newly Council scandal uence supplied total Acting Councilmen Increase proportionate can Jan thoSomerset es 4 of the Kentucky State Guards to RO to Stearns Rumors attack from striking miners on the town were rife In addition to the State militia United States Marshals and a large posse of Deputy Sheriffs have gone to Steans to protect the large lumber plant of the Stearns Company and other property In the town SOILING OPERATION Points In Favor of This System of Cat tie Railing and Dairying What we call soiling Is keeping animals away from pasturage and bringing their green food to them Soiling is common In thIcklyMtUed countries It l almost unknown In sparselysettled countries This is because In thicklysettled countries land Is expensive and labor generally cheap while in thinlysettled countries the land is cheap and labor high In price In the thinlysettled country therefore tho cheapest thing to do la to let the animals hunt their own food As fast as a country becomes tled it becomes more and neces sary to get all possible out of each pleco of land In the case of dairy cows soiling does this as compared to pasturage The chief reason i that the ground that produces the green food for cattle will produce a great deal more when it Is not tramped than when it Is tramped Every pressure of the cows feet on the soil compacts it and reduces its power to produce food Injury results both in dry weathar and In wet weath er In dry weather the aqll particles are pressed together some while in wet weather tho feet of the animals break tho thin sod and compact the soil below so that nothing will grow Sometimes a bare hard spot In a pasture will remain for years unpro ductive This Is avoided by tolling and the land is made to produce its greatest possible crop ot grass But there Is another for soil ing and that is to save tho manure from the cattle When the manure Is dropped on tho pastures In dry weath or most of it Is destroyed before gets Into the soil When the cows kept in one place throughout tho sum mer the manure produced during that time Is aa great as It is in the winter and it is put Into the soil of the plowed Holds thus saving practically all of It There are other factors In favor of soiling where land Is very valuable One of these says the Farmers Re view Is that crops other than great can be grown on the land and great or amount of dry matter obtained than In tho case of grass One of these plants Is Indian corn which can be grown for wiling pur poses far north ot the latitude where It can be grown for tbu maturing ot toed Many of our dairymen that have tried soiling havo been able to produce 16 too to the acre for either green feeding or silage making This makes it possible to keep oa the same piece of land more cows than can bo kept If the cows are pastured In the summer and fed bay In winter Soiling makes It possible for good sized herds ol cows to be kept In the edges of cltlos where It I possible to lot rallkora at a low price In fact It la qulto probable that this U to be i one of the directions In which our dairying Is to bo greatly developed In the future Mammoth of New Mex From Mora come a story of lUlU beets morn than two feet long and weighing only tripe less than II There sure said to b two oj these monster tubers there and It U claimed they WON grown oa the taM of a native who lives several wiles up the valley from the town Of It U the Intention o the More grange to send laomUr to toe Irrigation e iCia LM VfM EJEJIEJIIEJ IIISr an j i I lI t j i t f i I l Jt i lL t I r J I near rJ 8 Mara Optl 14 e several i JIjl 1 set more r i tb 1 reason 7 its a i l fleets a I these beeN l OiflNTitAJj KUC01MII- StlM WKKKIY I1W A YKAIl F S HUGHES GdrPubr fnlind nt tae roil i Bftnnitnnit Hull Nnlttr Eighth Dlitrlct Publishers League Lancaster Ky January 1 1909 Ratea for Political For Ircclnct and City Oniiici 1 1500 Fur County Olllccs 1000 For District Onicci 1600 For Calls per lino 10 For Cards pot line 10 For all publicans In the Interest of Individuals or of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 0 II Member Ky Pre Association wad 1 Stnto and Jr 1 note re lase liter menu Democratic Ticket For State Senator U L Hubble 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 Oeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nlolllgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district I pre for primary election M 0 SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce lion Chas A Hardin of Harrodsburu as a candidate for renomination tor the office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party The Kentucky Press Association Is In session at Louisville and their pro ceeding will bo mentioned next Issue Judge Hart of Nashville refused ball to Col Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharp chargedwlth the of Senator Carmack About dead in Southern Italy as the result of an earthquake the greatest calamity of the kind In the history of the world Mr Lew B Brawn Editor of that paper the Harrodsburg has purchased the Evening In dependent at Petsbur Florida The Recsrd predicts for him a highly brll llant and successful career Judge M 0 Saufley was here mixing with the people His nu merous friends and admhers think that his fences are In good condition and that lie has a good chance to tho scat on the bench In this Judicial District Much has very said of the able and fearless manner in which county attorney J E Rob irison and guards the Interests of the county We en dorso every word of It and give notice that It would bo folly to try to defeat him next November Since the time has arrived for Cap tale Louis Landram to enter Into his new Held at Richmond wo express to him and his excellent wife our sincere thanks for valuable assistance since we took charge of the Record and we join their many ft lends In them to tho good people of and In predicting for them abundant success When Roosevelt Jumped astride of Editor Pulitzer of the Now York World he awakened tho wrong nos got tho will hes got tho and lies got the money too to a thorough Investigation of tile Panama canal and will go to the lath to see for himself Is loaded for bear and If he dosent make the fur fly he Is not the neverletup Jew that wo take him to be Congress had just as well get busy and order an In vestlgatlon for the whole scaly ness U going to como out Kentucky State Journal Mr Bryans vote exceeded that for Judge Parker by the enor luaus total of 1316211 while Judge Taft received a beggarly 14000odd more than were polled for President Roosevelt In Maryland and Missouri the taco was so close as virtually to amount to a dead heat In other words tbo Republican vote was sta tionary or allowing for the growth In the population actually on the while tho vitality of tho Demo cratlo party was abundantly and con demonstrated by a most slg nltlcaut The famous lieach Hargli trial for killing his father resulted In a hunK for acquittal and three for conviction TJ g theory or tho de 6 y if murder splendid Democrat Monday resume bee prosecutes criminals commend- Ing Richmond Thomas mus recorded I decline hale f ry people Cat make bus e elusively to er a 1 rrse Iliiii lm had been taught Id drink nod itury n plilol nml tint III cnvlrniiiiiHiilii wire Imil and Hhniiltl PXUIHO him I n fallacy tint wurlliy nl u moments lliuuglil Thocata should have been tried on Its merles The glom was nclfdcfeiiRCi Most crime Is committed by lho o who rented In liuiiiurut Rtirrouiitllni und accord ing to that theory a nlnjortty of the criminals would go free no difference how heinous tho crime The appointment of n to prepare a bill fur refurining system of taxation In Kentucky In n move In the right direction nml wilt reflect credit on Governor Wilson Kentucky Is wanting In many enter prises which other States of less nat ural resources possess In a high de grcc because of our unjust system of taxation such ascapltal always seeks to avoid A man pays on tho full val ue of real cstato though half of it Is mortgaged and tho mortgagee pays on hU note making double taxation Beside some means should bo devised to force capital In all Its forms to bear Its part of the burdens of public expense Speaking of tho army Senator filc Creary sand that It ho had his own way ho would select the material for tho army from young men between the ages of seventeen and twentytlve and would not admit any married mon tho ranks would admit only young men who would havo nothing on their minds but their chosen call trig that Is soldiering who could go Into action without thinking of their wives and children And further more I would not restrict them In size for my experience In the Civil war has taught mo that a smallsized soldier Is a better tighter a better marcher and a smaller target than his bigger comrade who can not stand the fatigues of the march and the battle with the same case as his small brother What a difference when wo consider whose ox Is gored The man who raises mules for tho Southern market does not want the tariff on sugar re duced for that would mean reduced prices for his mules The hemp raiser dont want tho tariff reduced on what he grows for that would mean less money to him for his crop Yet the people who buy clothes or sugar or tho products made of hemp want tho reductions All of us except tbo man ufacturera of paper want tho tariff reduced on wood pulp When tho promised revision of the tariff Is made many people will be displeased but morn people will be benefited than will be hurt by the reduction that will be made Wo have no Infant Indus tries that need protection We need a tariff for revenue only not for the protection of any particular class Shelby Record Each succeeding year Is a now In the book of life each volume containing 305 pages These pages represent the thoughts words and deeds of each day It kind words charitable deeds and moral conduct are recorded the pages will be clean bright and attractive It they are blotted and stained by unkind words and Immoral deeds the whole volume will become tainted and worthless These volumes representing our years are stored In tbo Horary of time and when our temporal existence ceases eternal and Arbiter examines the volumes and If they aro soiled stained and by sin the author Is not permlt ted to enter Into that purer snit high er spiritual lute and he could not it for the soul gravitates tu God as the pebble does to the earth we begin a new volume In our lives and If we are circumspect In our conduct the reward of eternal happl ness and spiritual blessings will surely follow Lot us try It for one year at least Thla la Worth Reading Leo F Xollnskl of 08 Gibson St Buffalo M Y savs I cured the with Arnica Salve I ap piled this salve once a day for two days when trace of tho sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drugstore 25c GAHTEKSVIliLE Born to tho wife of Dr G S Red boy Mr and Mrs 0 II Todd of Berea the guests of their parents Mrs J F Allen the past week Clara Wylle who has been sick tar some time Is Improving Miss Carrie Carter b s returned homo after spending the holidays with her mother Mr Thomas Alton Is In Boron spend Ing a few days with his slater and brother Quito a number attended church here Suuday Miss Cora C Roop gave a little Christmas tree In honor of her Sunday School class Mr Arthur Mullock and Miss Cello Creech were united In wedlock Thurs day evening 24th ut 3 oclock YoeXf tend congratulations to the couple Rev F P Bryant omclatedftr Medicine That i Modlolno i have sulfated u deal with malaria and stomach complaints but me well and Hitters a medicine that Is medicine fur stomach und liver troubles and for run down conditions V 0 Kiestler of Ark Klectrlo Hitlers purify und enrich the blood tone up nerves and Impart vigor and to the weak money will bo refunded If It falls to you at Ri E store o u 1 Y ere con 111 11l1 all I volume the allwls3 Impartial polluted enjoy Today most annoying cold sore lover had wine alino were 1 ood now 1 Keeps 1 lIaH Woltobertll drug r the lm- U U- nd bins flu tar oltcr y 67 r Familiar Qublhilona Jlro Ion mid If from HlmkcKpoiire Htiilo what play It Is front Who would bo free strike tho blow That tough who win The child U father of liio mum When wo shufllo oft this mortal coll The light fantaUle too When shall we three meet ngaln- Ho has an ax to grind Tho almighty dollar In maiden meditation fancy free Go where glory walls theo Succeed and give and It helps you live but no man can help you die Tho most unklndcst 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 challis and I grew friends So much a long communion tends To make us what wo are III fares the land to hastening Ills a prey Where wealth accumulates and men decay Bloodiest picture In the Time flatter a new friend than an old foe How prodigal of time Man Is the hunter woman Is his gameAll looks yellow to the Human taco divine Order Is Heavens first law The pen U mightier than the sword Kind hearts are more than coronets Beard the lion In his den The milk of human kindness In single blessedness Wax to receive and marble to re talc Act In tho living present He 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 not bring December The year has gone and with It many a glorious throng of happy dreams The Central Record will be given free for one year tothe person flrst giving the names of the authors of tho foregoing quotations Muscular During the summer of 1903 I was with muscular pains In the of foot says Mr S Pedlar of Toronto Ont At times It was so painful I could hardly walk Cham Pain was recommended to me so I tried It and was completely cured by one small I have since recommended It to several of my friends all of whom speak hluhly of It For sale by F P Frlsble lm UNION Born to tho wife of Joe a girl Mr John Newland thought a mare of Joe Ball for 125 Mr Leo Gastineau sold a calf to Walter Well price 13 Miss Osclo Dudderars school at this place closed on 24th Fayette Chadwell sold somo tat hogs to Hiram Pointer and Bill Faulkner attic The school at Hulllt school house came to a close Friday A good crowd attended the Christmas tree Mr O L Hammack and wife of Paint Lick were hero last week to see ins mother who has boon very III Woods bought of Dock Hunt 2 cows and calves at 82760 and 930 two yearlings for 21 60 per nead RE L Murphy sold to Hammond Morgan 10 shoats at 3o one yearling steer for 130 one calf 20 and one calf to G Y Conn at 81160 Miss Willie and Mr Ollle Johnson eloped to Jellico the 23 and wore married May their path through this veil of tears be ever strewn with roves Rev J M Rash preached his fare well sermon Sunday the 20th to a large congregation Ho is one of the most zealous ministers In Kentucky Barely if ever has there been such a tribute of affection and sympathy as were shown Sunday the 20th at tho grave of Mr Nick Tankersley who died the day before A largo ussem relatives neighbors and friends desired to testify by tholr presence to his worth Ills name was never mentioned save with affection and high esteem Ills death has cre ated a void in tho community that will be dltlcult over to till A Dangoroua Operation Is the removal of tho appendix hy a surgeon No ono who takes Pills ls ever subjected to this frightful ordeal so you dont teal thorn They euro headache new and malaria 23o at R E Me Roberts drug stare lm Misses Anglo Banders kayo been confined to their room for tho last three mocha with mumps Misses Addle Lllllo and Mollle Hurt accompanied by Mr LQUI Noel and were the charming guest of Miss Alice Snyder last Saturday and Sunday Misses Preston and Flora Leo Wiley late week is r the alii hilt tIt eaeh themselves must jaumllced eye 1 In tlp w E L Corm ley at Julrvlow blaRe of Uomloy Inllio part 1 Iahtgi book of Cured Ring LS rUN 1 and spout of wr vvllli Mrs Turn Itruher of Jcftsiihiliic Mrnml Mrs Jnlin Itlckiniid children Mis Mary Snjder ci Paint Lick lust week Mr Herbert Folgcr of Homcriiot U spcndliigChrlstnms with hU ulster Mil Walter Fay no Mrs Mnry and daiiitlitcr Mlsrt Oxlf nf IMInt Lick her daughter Mt Corn Smidels tho latlir putt ut lust week A S Samlets sold ono meat hog Mutt Davis at Co per pound Mr W 1 Preston soul to Hubert PicMlon till house and lot for 300 HOT OH Fern will Ilia rogulitnr appointment atSwtls Fork Sundry and Sunday night MAUKSlJUJtl Llttlo Vcrllo Eager Is well again ter several days Illness The ladles working society will meet with Mrs M F Rout next Thursday Miss Tinny Sladeof Versailles Is the quest of Mrs Henry Shouso Mark loins purchased n valuable horse train Jno Jackson for 1200 Mr Jeff Dunn hiss returned to Lex ington alter a visit to tho homo folks Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden of Dry antsvllle were guests of his son 18 0 Haselden at Lancaster Sunday Mrs Jeff Dunn was In Danville Fri day of last week the guest of Mrs J A Wood Messrs Sim Robert and Price Clark returned home after a visit to Mr Will Glrak of Jessamine Mack to Mr Ohearn a tract of laud containing 105 acres for 3000 The Xmas tree at the Grove church for the pleasure of tho Sunday School pupils was In every way a success Mrs W Greening who has been visiting relatives In vicinity liaR returned to her homo In Indepen deuce Kansas Mr Leonard and Miss Mag glo Grow two very popular young pco plo of Judson were recently married at the parsonage by Rev Henry ShousoMiss Georgia Dunn entertained a few friends Thursday evening Re freshments were served and a most delightful time was spent by her guests Tho youngest child of Mr and Mrs lIam Aldrldge died last week of pncu munla and was burled In tho Grove cemetery Friends extend sympathy to the bereaved parents The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Mlllard Rogers Is very ill they recently lost a little girl 3 old of meningitis who was burled ID tho Hebron cemetery After a program consist 7 of Biographies of the Patriarchs and men of old testament history by the Bible Class were entertained by Mr and Mrs Shouse last Wednesday evening Miss Myrtle 11111 while returning home tram Danvlllo a few days ago was thrown from her buggy br an Infu tinted horse landing her head against a stono She was picked up uncon sclous and was carried Into the dwelling where she received proper attention Miss Hill Is reported much better at this writing At a recent meeting of the Ladles Working Society held with Mrs Kcmper the following officers wcro elected for the ensuing year Mrs Millard Rout Vice President Miss Eugenia PoHard Secretary Sue Sutton who was elected treasurer las year will hold tho office for an Indefi alto time Mrs Jno Woods the log president made a record last year as being one of tile best presidents in tho history of tho society This so clew was organized In the summer of 1882 now containing only ono charter member Good Cough Medicine for Children The season for coughs and is now at baud and too much care be used to protect the children tract or scarlet fever when I his cold the less the Chamber tales Cough Remedy Is tho solo roll those tried It are willing to uso any other Mrs F F Sturdier of W Va I have never lulns Cough Remedy for children or other narcotic and may bo confidently to a child as to an sale by F P Friable lm BUENA VISTA Archie Skinner student at BoreaJs at home for time holidays Miss Nell McCann of Lexington In spendlhg a Ww days with Mrs Virgil Scott Last Thursday afternoon Major and somo friends wore careless ly handling a pistol Mrs Major was shot dying In hour Mr Joseph Bock a highly respected farmer living near horn died last Wednesday after a few days lllneM of heart trouble end pnoilmonla into ment at National cemetery Camp Nelson A number of tho young friends of of Misses Mason and Virgil Wilds gathered at their boarding house last Monday evening The evening was very pleasantly Delightful sic was discoursed and dainty retreat menta served OUra end Prevents W T Ballenger Lexington Ky I have used Itourlon Hog Chol era Remedy and I think the only remedy ever made that will euro and prevent cholera Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky i o t r r c vl had Ii to lit I are have Gems sold Naylor Music other prlmlnent delightfully nearest Eugenia colds cannot A child Is more to con he has a cold The quicker cure enco of many mot ers and haw ot used anything than and has given This rernedycontalns no opium as adultor while Chas spent n Is ho psi this has years bliss toll psi it good flan one Italt Math It u 1 t At i i A Heaolv Ilifl litlmpril bj Ut jr Jur itmil uliii with den iturt lit Anew Illcl yotirii li w4ioi Hunemtut We build our awn ImMir td climb to the Btfttut out OU thtittnlliilitoliranilif linn Vli i r r the cl ratrnir or We WMle Illolii K tuelrfi rrirrtlloKi ill by old lotnln In the dark loo ImllllitilhliK old you Mnl In f Well brcith lot the den lining i m led fell t Ut tl for tR h hiifrlcibr let U r eci lon 01 ik Uioit ihi f lliitinir liilown to Ire While you like your pUcolu line ol rrvxiei lion With your Tni to till blMl t you Iht ntaro cm no terror For njr soul while terolv II lie will thegritreothlierrori And instead of rcgrcltlnif rnolrt It U titvtr too lite to tctln rrtxilldlni Though til your lilt cmi heeled Far see how the light oC Hit New Peer U gild Ini The win wpm Into of tin brulird old world Hli Duty Day Con Wlnflold Scott on August 20 1847 gained flvo victories In A day while marching to the City of Mexico Toledo Nowa lloo The Hi Diary Whllloek After having dono justice to and while still lingering around the table h pleasant diversion may be offered by considering a few other tables What table is worth mentioning Notable What table may be regulated Ad JuHtable What table deserving of regard Respcclablc What table In very pleasant to the taste Palatable What table is to bo carried about Portable What table can not be changed What table belongs to a town Con stableWnat Is the most grateful table Thanksgiving table What table sometimes makes the small boy frown Multiplication table t Hebron Miss Gertrude McQucrry of Stono Is the charming guest of Miss Mao Scott Rev W S Taylor of tilled his appointment at tilt place Sunday morning and evening The Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicely and as tho new year comes In let every ono comp and take apart The enrollment last year was ninety two Messrs W N Grow of Loyd and Da vld Logan of Decatur 111 spout iron Saturday until Monday with Mr and Mrs Ed Grow Doge made a raid on Mr A S Deans flock of sheep lost Saturday killing ono and crippling several Mr Samuel Mor ford and family cd from this place to Pink Jessamine Co Monday He will engage In mer chandlse business Messrs Samuel Duncan and J II Dean were with relatives In Lexington last week After taking the advice of Tho Record and consulting tho lllblo al most two weeks I have as a result a puzzled and tired brain and am not sure that it was on apple that Adam and Evo ate but anywuy 1 will tempt to write a few Items Wishing The Record a happy and prosperous now year Miss Carrie Anderson of Lancaster closed the halt term ofSunnysldo pub He school with appropriate exercises and a Christmas tree MrSantu Claus of your town came heavily laden much to the delight of the children Time are with bills Anderson and will gladly welcome back In April CARE OF MILK Most important Part of the Work of the Dairy A speaker nt a Wisconsin Institute sold Alter it l drawn tho cow milk should bo nt onco removed out eldo of tho barn to a place whore con lamination IB least likely and strained It used to ba thought that when warn or than the surrounding air and giving off It kcal milk would not absorb sorb them tho quickest Aeration n a means of bettering tho keeping qualities of milk has been much discussed arid llko many align questions has two steles to It if clown sweet atmosphere I am of the opinion that It la helpful Care should bo taken not to aerate in the barn or where the wind will blow Iron tine barnyard or hOI sty as it will then bo expoHcd to Kroatcr contamination I havo had patrons who had moro tainted milk from neglecting plo precaution than they did buforo using an aerator However If prop orly done milk will bo cooled somewhat from the air passing lhroigh It and any objectionable odors allowed to cuciipe Value of Mulching Often squash cucumber and melon growth attar times hot weather tots In Their roots arm small and fibrous and naturally grow near tho surface whore they ore sown burned by tho sun uu the plants haves grpvw rank enough to shade Iho Ground well Wo find there U no trouble of this kind when the ground li mulched wltt hay straw or lltlor before tho vincI begun la run tho rasa ol cucumborn this li napoclolljr valuable tbo cukei arm BO clean octal ouoiliigja contact IIt flit h chI JIll tour hilt Oil We ions 701101101111 nllt aim Well the muk nest 1 bAck lint oti turtle Ion sod loin tblll pits on the your Gee sod the tire and ftm on resolve in rube Xlla Whnlr Wilcox Last Couru Immutable neat at her boor adage This Is not true howevor all when In a warn It will lib properly don thnt la to say In n this slur the elect do not make rank leas In wltu it b q a dead sky forget put held wrong the ate lake thddloudnldri tau see were seine s hut tent ere tell hold SW condition Vine healthy have u lug lath N Begin now to reed INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD keep il In nil sites from JCe piichngus to 25 pound buckets WcRobeptsDPugStore l a Jl f I t 1 t lgiytr dsrtfA V t1Bvi9Mllb ew t- Wo 1 1 111A THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Gapltal50000 Surplus 10000 A H Iretldint J I STOHWE5 Vice Pmt S C Dun Cashier J F Robinson Mat Kmbry uutKcmits- Saml D Cochran Alex It Denny A 0 Robinson John HStormcs SO Denny J LGIII S DENS C- aRT llook keeper SafcljDepl Boies for Rent Come in and get your XMAS GOODS i and receive a handsome souvenir which we will give during the week to every customer buying as much as 1 00 and over R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky New Years Ride i t i i fof Xmas i rA I t eM eNt t NNN N N e i tr t 1MAl1MrV MMArA 1- i Paroid Roofin ntthat the txitrvtdr roofluir made ror the full oral ot olullof the cal ol applying BUY ODe lot ot rarold It to rout and It then are pul ban IIIUUt tWo dr reea 7111 tb rooID AlP JllMr I apes Itt le your you send dwe will aca4 runt We Solicit Your Business I III a Nice New is a good way to start the next twelve mouths We have just the carriage you require whether it be n handy run about a comfortable buggy or n more elaborate vehicle The service you will get out of them will prove that our claims for highclass goods arc well founded W J ROMANS CARRIAGEI I i I wwti The With Moneyback Guaranty Lasts Longest ti c I a taroIUe ui Unwle or the Hrr U In our own ain BMuuf ctur l buy Uilr oiiulU fttul aim nil oo t It In aonmpouna which wryl louUlliiaMAi l iov0 niixl MitUcoolloa lonfny rrody r u coo Ka I IT I toll diN IIU JIb 11111 with ullv9lhr does not break or Mt r or ru1o bol t tl with our beat mills other not to said lMli1 drffrreao4 pecru 4 applhrl wre for MroplM prloc Lancaster Lumber Mfg 74 and 104 Ky qOQ cal willctllllO or the wilY Ire rn strong a IfUlltlDtltAr It IwRrtI u it UII curfour supply II IIllluI4I11I read amt BUILDING PLANS FREE eo rn darner sv 1 plans khadkal lhani lieu p out poilu owl DC ii Lancaster ape pot tort worli lurepad tome tar a we eta 1hro61 lastsire gwass used sforkdealer ournot you duet tAke theme we wweead log lattr tie ttwlusce Sc oIPhones w g we noed our money lo ray for same r- ab Your account is duo come and help us out g Dont forgot wo soli the OLIVER PLOW and STUDEBAKER WAGON The best Plow and Wagon made g We are selling Graniteware at J 1 J R Mount Co r 11 t J r r GiijjjJJ OO lilllillilllIUillJfiIUIjJI f I t fIJI I i11J t I I Jf- J 1f I h 1iit L i Jj rn j i rD to Yk 0 Ow F ill I ai n r A BA II kd r r6C1Ir- e d fr 5 i1 I b1ra r NIE yFV j Costs s a r AIJ ES Eel B Fd I II a Jiitr- L Z UNDERTAKER P1 Arterial Cavity OJIu oa DlnlII Sir L agll Embalmiag- J 5 PULL LIMB OF CASKETS ANti IIUKIAL HOliES ALWAYS IN STOCKI r 1 II Between Two Barrels I Iof I FLOOR there may seem no difference except the name Hut if one of them is OBELISK flour tliqrc is n big difference Telling you about the superiority of Obelisk Flour doesnt prove It But if you will try a Barrel today youll have plenty of proot of its superior excellence in the better bread cake and pastry bake It suits others It will suit you Coal and Field Seeds BANKS HUDSON I I ou t 0 r l I MUW1M AMtrt ti et l J J President iI- KKICVAL I t tt J S JOHNSON Vlca 1rcst M OROANIZeD 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL JIM SOHPLCS Ji D F HUDSON Cashier W O HIQHKV Asst Cuhr 0 D WALKKII Dookkcepor Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Olbbs 5 t oJ T M Arnold l t Even ourGrandfathers knew what SNOW LINIMENT will do A CONVINCING PROOP of worth of n inodlolno la tho It can nlfrot ono who max Mallards Snow Liniment knows that It will KMUUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFP USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS- V L fiotllo lUclimowl Wo wrltoH This la to that I have uaoil your Bnow Llnhnont fur ton years for Inmu back oto ovary caso it liua ruudurou Ituiuoulato rollol i Av W nil Substitutes Three Sizes 2Sc SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO BOO50Z North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E f ltlf 1 iY t J I cures 1t used CURE JOINTS CONTJ ACT IAND PAINS y j rluIIIlIIltl m I alll tf f y I BURNS t AL 4 ROBERTSMc Gossip About People v v sse A Drill Mtnllun of Comlnji and Mr J 0 Uohlnson In not woll Arnold was at liomo last week Jim Houso l visiting a friend In LnillnvllloIluwnn balirtcy paid us a pleasant cull Monday Mm P 8 HiiKhcs visited relatives at 1altit Lick Edna KavnnaiiKli camo homo for llio holidays Mr J II Kennedy of Richmond was hero this week Mrs G T Karris has been to Jclllco with her dauifhtcr 0 1 Robinson of Danville was In our city this week Miss Eliza Anderson anuln with Mrs GcorKU A Mallard of Paint Lick wan with us Monday Judge J 0 Hcmphlll has been In Louisville on business Deputy Sheriff Bruce Lawson was In Lexington last week J 11 Harris and laughter of Stan ford were hero this week Oco Mason of Is with his brother W I Mason Drls Conn spent several days In Richmond the past week Goo II Harris Is visiting his broth er W II Harris at Paris Mr and Mrs UPS Uastln entertain ed relatives at dinner Monday Walter Milburn of Stanford was a a visitor In our City Monday Mr Owen ShutfAru Is visiting Mr William family Mrs Ellen Owsley has returned from a visit to her son Lctchcr Capt I of Danville show ed face hero Monday Claude Whcrrltt and Ed Collier wero with tho homo folks Christmas day Mrs Ucllo Uurnsldc Isn guest of her daughter Mrs Jones In Montlccllo Miss Julia Reid Is In Mlddlcsboro visiting her brother Rev C C Reid James H Walker and T Rico of Richmond In our city Monday Mr and Mrs Wcaren o Stanford were visitors hero Monday Miss Rachel Kennedy of Richmond spent several days with Miss Rachel HenryMr Mrs James Anderson spent Christmas with relatives In Hatreds burg Adolph Joseph of Indiana was hero during tho holidays looking well and heartyMisses Jagoe of Cadiz are charm lug guests of their sister Mrs D W Bridges Misses Hattlo and Jessie Doty of Richmond havo been visiting rule troves here Rev O P Hush and bride have rooms at Mrs Powell Richmond avenueProfessor Milton Elliott ot Lexing ton Is with his brother Dr Klllott at Hryantsvlllo Mr and Mrs Charles Davis of Knoxvlllo are visiting Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Misses Maud Wilson and Leah As bull of Richmond are tho guests of Mrs W R Oott Mrs J E Robinson entertained Mrs John G South of Frankfort at a six oclock dinner Mr Q S Greenleaf spent several days In Richmond with his brother Mr John Grccnlcaf Miss Anglo Klnniilrd who Is teach lug In Georgia Is at homo for two weeks vacation Mr and Mrs George McRoborts of Covlngton have been visiting Mr and Mrs Joe llurnsldo Louis Hurnsldo of Mlddlcsboro has been visiting his parents Judge and Mrs R A Hurnsldo Mr William Gregory of North Da kOhl attended tho funeral of his mother at Richmond Mr and Mrs J It Paxton of Stan ford woro guests of her parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Robinson Mrs W A Bowman of Fleming Co Is visiting her parents Mr und Sirs William Anderson Mr J HGatnes of Lexington Is visiting his sister Mrs II M llallou and brother C Gulnes 1 C Walton editor of tho Interior Journal was hero Monday In tho in forest of tils excellent paper Miss Sallie Marra Sparks of Nlchol asYllle has been tho recent guest of MIH Marguerite Klunalrd Misses Lucllo and Marlannlo Collins lirlof visit to Miss Annie Horn don have returned to Richmond Mr and Mrs J It Bourne elegantly entertained Mr and Mrs West anti Mr und MraSamuol Cotton Mm Hi Qott and little daughter Lcona mvo boon spending time days with her parents Richmond Roy Hi Li Drawn and little taught tor lljrrott visited i 1 It c I the OolnJl In IIWI J R III ell Miss Emma Grant 1 Chicago Shularll and M Dunn his smiling Z were Jesse D taken after a W W loll In Marl of Oroouup rrHNefexRSmrMnrs per erarearAveafrrNrt tyThoae Ws AM him T III bud list Jl r j 0 llrowii IBIS city Mrs fhUr lalnud Rev 0 1 Uuoli tad hrldc1 Kiitnrdny mid Sunday Misses tlcllnAmitld Crab Orch and and Alllu Arnold of Indianapolis worn at fur tho Chrlstmaw hul IdaYA The many friends of E V Plorcc and his excellent family regret to learn that they hayo moved to Mrs lien Hughes and little ter Della nice hive returned a visit to Mrs Margaret Sutton In MarksburyMr S C Denny and A L Powers were entertained at an ele gent dinner at Mrs Itebecca Danville avenue Miss Lottie Mao Mclloborlfl who Is attending college In Virginia Is with her many friends and relatives horo during tho holidays Mr and Mrs David Chenault of Richmond havo returned from New Mexico and arc guests of their daugh ter Mrs J W Elmore Misses Allle Yantls Alma Lawson Suo Anna Lear and Edna Kavanuugh were attractive guests of Miss Walter this week Misses Elizabeth Adams of Mount Vernpn and Thcadoscla Peak of Miss were guests of Miss Gallic Adams and attended tho dance on Mrs J G South of Frankfort who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Many entertain ments were given In her honor Mr R L Davidson who Is succeed ing nicely In the practice of law at Tulsa Oklahoma spent the holidays here with relatives and friends Miss Lllln Jackson handsome bru nctto of Keene and Corporal J C Jackson of the Philippines spent the holidays with J W Forbes and family Misses Grade Mao Cochran Martha Tinder Maytno Stories Dunn and Carrie Dell Romans have been tho guests of Miss Florence Johnson this weekMiss Annie Royston of Chicago Mrs Sadie Bruce of and Mrs of Richmond Mrs Nancy Drown during Christ mas Mr William Farnau and wife of St Louis Robert Kennedy of Lexington and Dick Kennedy of Alabama spent Christmas with their sister Mrs Hudson Miss Alma Lawson one of time pret ty and popular debutantes of this winter gave beautiful and enjoyable party Saturday evening at her subur ban home Delightful refreshments were served and thp Christmas deco rations quite pretty Miss Lawson proved an Ideal hostess The Christmas dance given by Tho Lancaster Hop Club at time Armory Hall was largely attended and greatly enjoyed Srnlttles band of Cincin nati furnished delightful music Time young ladles wero beautifully gowned Lack of space prevents giving tho names of all of those who participated On December 23rd tho Womans Club held one of tho largest and most enjoyable meetings of tho year Mem bers responded to rollcill with quota tlons Misses Katie Leo Denny and Martha 0111 were leaders their sub ject being Norway and Sweden Tho Land of tho Mrs J U Klnnalrd was hostess Four now members havo been enrolled Mrs Emma Hlgglnbothum Miss Delta Tinder Mrs Saulley Hughes and Mrs James Anderson All tho holiday festivities were mer rlly Inaugurated by tho Leap Year party Miss Irene Romans gave night Tho decorations of holly ferns palms and red lowers made tho homo look very attractive Miss Ro mucus Is a popular society girl and time party was one of tho many beautiful hospitalities dispensed In her home and time event was one of time most de lightful of the holiday season Deli cious Christmas refreshments wero served and about 12 oclock tho guests departed after a jolly good time Mrs D W Bridges entertained Christmas night in honor of her Bis tors Misses Alice and Mary 0 Jagoe of Cadiz The house was beautifully decorated In ferns mistletoe holly mind Christmas bolls Everywhere Christmas colors wore to bo seen In profusion Under an arch of mlstlc too and holly punch was served by Misses Suo Anna Lear and Kathleen Walter Tho Ices wore In red green und white Candles twinkled hero and there from tho foliage of ferns and holly Some seventy live guests were present to take part In tho pleasures of tho evening Mrs J It Klnnalrd and daughter Miss Anglo a Semltroplcal bird who Hilled from her temporary abode In tho sunny south for tho holiday season wore hostesses on the afternoon of the 20th from two to four to their friends Society was out In full force Time propitious occasion might readily atypical holiday gathering With such a commingling of youth beauty animation and culture hand Bomo gowning through tho apart menu Tho house was gay In green and scarlet holly softened by limo mellow glow of waxen tapers On en tcring time dining room u kaleidoscope vision greeted of Christmas greens a squared malted table with largo vase In center tilled wllh radl ant American Beauty Roses a largo bow of seine shade was gracefully en twined Individual sticks with red candles hooded In scarlet Delicious refiwhwentawcreinved VWQKUMU I L M untl Cot tOil Louisville Kathleen 2d Lavinia Park Mldclght Sun bo styled r Hauninl home from Vests Danville visited hanks Tuesday I r Of ejJ lfll IMHMfU I HMO Jake ot Cmli Ky ihey wut INN i fully robod l unnt of manner All tho rctironcntiillvo ludlus of town were present with joyous Ixaliaimcrt lit Hindu lummy to cncli All tho All rovolM fur happyNcw Yearn greetings to all mado tIle tout ensemble very memorable A Guest Marked For Death Three yuan ago I was marked for death A graveyard was tear ing to pieces Doctors felled lo me nun had lId when my husband Dr Kings Now Dis Williams of lice Ky The helped mo and Improvement on until had pounds In weight and my health was fully restored This med holds worlds healing record for coughs and colds anti lung and throat diseases It prevents pneumo nia Sold under guarantee at McRobcrtV drug store 50c and 1100 Trial bottlo free 1m Business Items Largo llnoof D lowells Sell at ccJrl Corn for sale See J OHeinphlll or R H Preston Stone 21 Highest price paid in cash forljitft ter and eggs T S Elkln 2t Car of Cotton Seed Meal just cd Hanks Hudson Car of Cotton Seed Meal Just rdom cd Hunks Hudson ll2 Ktf For Rent Three and one half of sod land for tobacco J 0 2t Strayed from W T Wests pre a red cow with white spots on i dehorned Reward for lnformuttonlt For Rent s Business room adjoining Clt National Hank Hughes Swliiebrwd For Sate i I J U or Theo Cnrry For Rent j Asplcndtd residence and of land on Crab Orchard Street ply to this onkc or to J 1 Hamilton Five Per Cent Loan I Money to loan on real estate In sums or 100000 and over For particulars apply to G U Swlnebroad Attorney For Sato I A black and white spotted siltt bitch subject to register and a Lni hunter For Information this olllce It For Sale Bulldln Will sell either ono lots facing two streets containing about T 1 Currey For Rent My rcsldenccncxt to School ly occupied by Dr Denny now occupied by me Jan 1 to Mrs Fisher tt Election Notice An election will be held at the bltv Izens National Hank on Tuesday jair nary 12th 100U for tho purpose Icctlng live directors to serve suing year U F Hudson Dec 1st 1C03 12 Election Notice There will be an election her o Tuesday Jan 12 1000 at Urn lonal Bunk of Lancaster ICy for purpose or electing six director to serve for the ensuing f1211 td S 0 Denny Cashier Notice All those having claims against the estate of J H Putts Bankrupt hereby notified to tile them wlti ma or my attorney J E Roblnsoo proved parties Indebted to are th mo R L Elkln Allguee Election Notice An election will bo hold at the liar rard thank Trust Co on Tuesday Jan 12 1003 for tho purpose of ellting tho directors to serve 11 o n suing year All stock holders a o re quested to bo present J W Elmore Cashier Gaines Pay The Lou t i J Over 14000000 out claims since February last 1ft territory his company now year right and house life your live engines hollers plutovlas with ED 0 GA1NES Mid companies represented paid him atoncelt 1IUGKKVK Messrs Maurice Long and Tom Roberts of Danville visited relatives hero last week Miss Halllo Coy of Klrksvillo lies returned homo utter a pleasant visit Aunt Mrs H I llurton Mrs George Ray Is on tho sick list Mr Will Burton visited his parents last week Mr Prank Pierce and family of Lan imitator visited Mrs Oscar Ray Friday Mr Kb Dlokorson und family of Lancaster cud Mr and MrsJna Aslclns of MeGrcary visited Mrs J W Brown SundayMrs Uonry Arnold and children of Hyattsvlllo and Miss Stella Ford Rimy visited relatives hero week TurKeys Dylno Jack Taylor litter Hill Ky says Bourbon Poultry Cure Is tho only remedy I have over used that will turkey diseases I gave my turkeys f few doses when they wero dying It speedily cured Bi I H Mount Go Lai wtor Rtv WI ltV hOI A U dose I drumm samples paperdollar r 112 ac II Hemp ill es IS Belle City Feed Cutter res A I I d at L hreo two acres or Theo 26 far r r Susan S the n Cash r 1 td at ooco 12113t I I to her last cure Ilion S ta ilia Sirs Brtdrss11wiltes m ally Mrs nrst tom a at- C d h ely tf I c1p six app 3C e a e are properly u a promptly I In t 1s S art me Fl our ate k erns Imo s calm 4U Q 1 R L W d Ifui W C flub W 0 KimpirCmbiir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOHIUKATKO iL IcL I I j hI iE1 Jet free Wo offer you fair treat mont with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking 1600009 900000 U COY RL ARNOLD HOQUYM JBDURROW8 JB WOODS XL WOODS WCF18II O PITA SURF r USr ntxsvranan I Custom Fully by end CIy insurance 11I The 1 6arrard Bank Trust Co J INCORPORATED Lanoaster Ky Capital Stock 50000 Vi Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Upto date Steel Vault SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Iyou to inspect and building and make use of our facilities I expeditious pleasant J business IiIiir The Bunk tJII J Our are Protected Fidelity I ti 1 s 1 a t We Invite tail and our ollice- v r for and safe transaction of a Farmers A Family Divided Against j Its Self Can Not Stand I It is the same with a town or community If all will pull together we will build and get strong If we fail to P do this we cannot succeed Come and see my stock of I Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattresses Oil Cloth Linoleums Mirrors I Combination Book Cases Library Tables I China Closets Library and Hall Lamps f- CoUie early and get your choice P J C ROBINSON j J B WALKER CO cordially invite you to meet Miss L A Siebold who will give free fittings of the celebrated Redfern Corsetsf- or a limited period beginning De cember Seventh J B WflLKER GOj- jj KENTUCKY 1 Ji 1i- lIi M I 11 til f- M I I I ItI IM I RICHMOND iI Wfr k iI i G i i r 3 4 K t i t tik rt a jfijL A tag from 10eent piece will count FULL v lue A tag horn S cent piece will count 1IAL1 value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST flVT Ivy Few Coupons from MANS PRIDE SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazH Simkhn GILT EDGE bull Smokfef Yellow from lUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many thtr useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cult Buttons 50 Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tars Gentlemans Watch 200 Tag French Briar Tags Leather Pocketbook 80 Tag Steel Carving Tags Bet Steel Shears 75 Tags Ladys Pocketbook 50 Tag Pocket Knife 40 Tags Playing Cards 30 Tags 60yd Fishing Tag Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO SL Louis Mo c I8l 4 a a J tags f J T Hens IW HRety E Ile W N 11MItrI t Dlk Buy Ow Jel1 Tat I h AND GWENS Strip Tara PipeSO Set200 Reel60 i tc t 1 r 1 t y Miwrwrkmaii PIt s Here SM 11ek- a V i V a IrIN IN hash Tbeley1h16 es Ittlar few T11Illy t I I redeem Farm and Stock J W Simpson bought a cow and calf at 42 and a mare at 1125 J D Ruble bought 75 head of 000 lb steers Monday at 4c per pound Walter Henry sold a harness horse to W S Heazley of Lexington at 4240 The purebred hog Is responsible for the fact that a 300pound holt can raised In nine or ten months At this season of the year pullets that will lay during the winter look Blcekand their combs and wattles are redA large crowd attended the sale B Bolts on Wednesday Every thing sold well horses ICO to 195 corn 3 A J Thompson sold to F pson the John Anderson farm at 80 near Freacbersvllle for 8000 Interior Journal Auctioneer Am Bourne reports court day sales as follows Plug horses 130 to 00 aged mules to 176 common about 4c cow and calf 37 50 and one at 2075 W B Burton shipped a car load of mules which sold at 181 per head to Wilson Live Stock Co In North Car olina He Is a member of that firm and does the buying shipping the best mules and horses every two weeks Frank Marksbury reports the from E F Pierces sale on the 20th Crib corn in shuck 255 per bbl 4 stacks of Timothy hay from 12 to 15 1 black horse 100 1 bay gelding 101 1 brown gelding 149 50 cows brought 130 to 00 Llgonler Ind Invest ed 12 for a superior article of seed corn and when his neighbors got only 30 bu per acre he harvested 80 bushels He had twentynine shocks on an acre The ears were 11 Inches long and tbreo grains measured 2 Inches II sold 15000 pounds of tobacco at 10 cento The Main Street Warehouse made one of the best sales this week that has been recorded In this market f r several years The tobacco was a lot of eighty hogsheads of 1007 Burley con signed to the Main Street House by an Eastern shipper The price ofithe entire shipment ranged from 18 to 23 the eighty hogsheads making an aver of 2050 With an appropriation of 10000 from the last Congress tho Depart ment of Agriculture Is making with various farm products to learn which are best suited for the production of denatured alcohol The information obtained will be of groat value to all classes and especially to farmers enabling them to know how to dispose of their waste products most tyrofltably Farmers Homo Journal Shallow cultivation at the right time destroys weeds If not chocked they utilize moisture and rob tho plant of sustenance as well as light moisture A baked soil produc ing cracks alway Induces rapid evapor ation Stirring the toll and loosen log It causes toll particles to lie close ly and close the cracks and form an ef fective earth mulch though which evaporation is retarded the soil Is aerated and plant food Is rendered available for the growing crop A bushel of ear corn Is contained In Si cubic feet A crib 18 Poet long 10 feet wide and 10 feet high will hold lit bushels of ear corn Tho saute space will hold 145 times as much grain as t will of ear corn A crib holding WO bwhels of ear corn will hold l44o bushel of shelled corn or other grain A wagon box 10 feet 165U 3 feet wide and 24 Inches deep 278 bushels of ear corn or 603 bMhels of abelled corn In measur Km wheat oats eta an old rule says the cublo conUnu of bin by 6f or- E acres f cattle KHerndon age exper- Iments and t I r bet s 4 r L Thom r lOt It s I follow- Ing t Will Snyder tti a b r 1 1 Pfvide 3 multiply by 45 and result will be stuck measure Many tamers says a wool buyer are losing up to two cents a pound In their wool by not paying attention In preparing It for market There are cases where It might Just as well be put Into a bale with a pitchfork and trodden down Practically everything goes In together lleccc bellies locks dags snort and long staple One and coarse merino and crossbred Now what can a buyer make out of this How can ho tell the proportions of each In a bale The conscquenca Is that only a low value all around can be risked and many buyers will not bid for It at all The clean milk problem Is a vital one affecting the production and con sumption of over 0OoO000000 gallons In the United States per year being an annual supply of over ono hundred gallons for every man woman and child in the country This amount affords 11 quart a day for every which Includes the milk used in making buttes and cheese The actual amount of whole milk consum ed each day averages of a pi for every Individual The value of this product for a year at retail is the of 2fiOO 000000 of dollars Thus Is about one fiftieth of the ntlre wealth of the nation five limes the wholesale value wheat crop nearly twice the value of tile corn crop and over one third of the entire value of farm products for 1007 which Is estimated at 87400000000 The wholesale value of dairy products a year is estimated at 800000000 which would allow a pace of less than ten cents a gallon for milk at the dairy An average retail price of sev en cents a quart was assumed which is the average price Conn Station Beware of Frequent Colds ic catarrh from which few persons over wholly recover live every cold the attention It deserves may avoid this disagreeable disease How of Butler Tenn Several years ago I was bothered with my throat ing It and It relieved me at once Now throat and tunes are sound and well For sale by F P Friable 1m Tests of Friendship t do not wish to treat friendships daintily but with roughest courage When they are real they are not glass threads or but tho solidest thing we know Kmerson Jap Companys Big Business Tho Nltsul Trading Company of Japan does a 1100000000 business with Europe Australia America and Asia about65 startling sum of last Bulletin protractedcold tryChamberlainsrecommended Mrs White Chamberlains Individual years M frost work The American Girl Abroad At the luncheon hour In the Strand recently tho tragic was held up pedes trians puzzled after tho nearest Ore alarm constables spread their arms and tho crowd Increased From tho edge of the crowd the struggling peered and heard the snap of the camera through tho official silence It was an American girl snapshooting hor companions London Chronicle PORTLAND MAINE CHILD Ul Weak and Emaciated He stored to Health by Vlnol Our little daughter years of ago after a severe attack of the measles which developed into pneumonia was left pitifully thin weak and She had no appetite and her stom ach was so weak it could not retain food She lay in this condition for weeks end nothing the doctor pre Bcrlbed did a bit ot good find we were beginning to think she would never re coverAt this time we commenced to give her Vlnol and the effect was Tho doctor was amazed at her progress and when we told him we were Giving her Vlnol he replied It is a fine remedy keep It Wo did BO and she recovered her health and strength months before the doctor thought she could J W Flagg Portland Me Vinol cures conditions like this in a natural manner it Increases the appetite tones up tho digestive organs makes rich red blood and strengthens every organ in tho body Mclloborts Drug Store Public Sale I will sell to the highest and best bidder on WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0 1000 the following personal property Two good work mules one pair and work anywhere 1 good milk cow nice calves 21 nice shoats weighing 85 pounds 3 nice sows 2 of them heavy pigs 3 nice meat hogs weighing 275 pounds 160 barrels corn In crib 40 of fine fod of bay in barn all my farming 1 Hinder good as new 1 twohorse wagon 3 Inch old hickory with check row 1 cultivator beam Vulcan turning plows good set of wagon harness and 1 good rubber tire buggy and harness 1 good saddle all my and kitchen furniture I Also at same lime will acres In Madison County on Taint Lick Creek 3 miles from Paint Lick 1 from Wallace Mill at the mouth of Ilroaddus Branch and 2J miles from Walkers School House 18 acres In wheat and 20 acres In corn the rest In blue grass Good house and barn Sale begins at 10 oclock Terms credit of six months 0 R HENRY wayfarer marvelous horse mules coming v rs old 16 bands hlllll l pair re ulell coming 3 years old 15 hands I h l ood horse U years gentle to drive 3 years l nice heifer DeeringHemp I harrow 1 A Harrow 2 stee- plo I d sell et rent tarm 118i to go emaciated because 5 driving I tools containing LAND BUYERS EXCURSION to the Pan Handle of Texas to inspect the BRAVO RANCH Now ready to be cut up into 160 acre tracts at prices ranging from 960 to 1 500 per acre This Is the cheapest priced and best watered laud in the Pan write for particulars to H H Anderson JrImmigration Agent 347 5t t VouUvllle or to A R C00fc DUt Pass Agent South Railway 333 Louisville Ky RailwayJanuary ru Atli dA1 KCCP onoHARD pnes OF TRASH The Only Way to Keep Treii from Injury by Rodents and insects In regard to the protection of trees from rodents my has been that most jicoplo neglect to do anything for tho protection of TIT until It la too Into and then RM discouraged attic do tint try to ratio their own fruit being more Interested In tho production of a Rood hog or calf that In the comforts of their tam fly until tho comes along agate and sells them some more trees Well I have known of ono Instance whoro a certain neighbor towed bla orchard to wheat Just before tho vhcdt was ready to cut tho rabbits barked almost tree This was In June mind you They mud have had queer constitutions to have need ed tho bark at that time of the year These trees 1 think had been sot out two or threo years My experience Is that tho rabbits prefer tho very small trees nl though they will sometimes gnaw Quito largo ones Hut there is no limit to tho size of a tree that a mouse will try his teeth on Whllb examin ing trees for borers I have found trees from 2G to 30 years old that had boon gnawed by mice I would con shier tho surest remedy against them to bo to keep your orchard so clean of trash grass weeds etc to leave no hiding place for them I should say that most rodents pre for tho apple pear and Quince to most other kinds of trees but I find that rabbit will invite picnic whenever they happen to fin rose bushes unprotected I uso chicken wire netting to protect my trees In tho nursery Three feet high Is suf Relent provided you take It down well Ono of my friends a nursery man Is also a school teacher and not being at home very much when tho time came for protecting lily nursery by putting up his twice he entrusted tho job to his hired man Ho put up tho fence he put It high enough but failed by about six Inches of getting It low enough Tho consequences wcro that ono bunny fixed a hundred or so of his trees before ho found him I prefer veneer wrappers to any htlng else for protection because they can be left on the trees two or three years without the least Injury being done to tho trees They are a great protection against borers also I once examined a 30acre orchard that they had been on for two years and only found one treo with borers ID It In tho entire orchard We have tried tho voneer Of course wo do not recom mend any paint that has grease or oil In It I know of parties living near mo here that bought trees of agents of certain nurseries and then tho agent would sell them enough paint to kill them and there you are Finally dear friends concludes tho writer In Farmers Review If you have neglected to protect your otherwise and Itrer Rabbit Is cutting up capers try this Ono part sulphate of strychnine onethird part borax one part sugar ten parts water mix and paint small twigs with this and scatter In their paths and that will be the last of Drer Rabbit A GRAPE TRELLIS Serviceable One Which Can Ds Built for the Garden A grape trellis made of white pine put together as shown In the sketch will last for several years The 214 Inch posts A are seven feet long Tho feet I are made of four Sri agent nil their friends ton orchard fed thou every syrup 2x4 inch t 0 r Strong Grape Trelllc feet long and rest on a brick placed under each end Tho crossplcccs and braces are 1x2 Inches A place of strap Iron O fastened to tho toot means of a nail through a hole In its top explains Popular Mechanics Is driven Into the ground which holds the trellis from blowing over GARDEN NOTES Worms It left to feed at will on currant bushes will soon ruin thorn A garden properly taken care of Is R source of considerable profit and much pleasure Do not permit deep hoeing In the garden as this destroys tho lateral roots of plants Push the growth of the now straw berry plants so they may develop largo root syktems for next season Cut back tho monthly rose hushes as soon as tho first blossoms wither This will Insure a second growth at once Tho blooms always come on the new growth Cultivate Onion The moat Important essential In onion growing Is thorough cultivation at tho right time which means that we must keep down the woods and grass keep tbo soil loon around the plants while they are young This requires careful work for tho first few times but It well dono ono will feel well repaid when tho harvest comes The patch should be gono over as soon as tbo ground Is dry enough after each rain For by hand ai dO scribed above I plant In drills from it to 10 Inches apart Thieve and Humor Tho reason why cockneys are such smart thieves Is that they have keen sense of humor The street arab picks your pocket while ho grins at you It Is only stupid thieves who aro serious Pqor Oliver Twists seri ousness was tho cause of his arrest The humor of the Artful Dodger and Charley rates saved them Strand Magazine the rind cultivation a tile iOLthll MqAR 0 a leIii t Sale FOR ES stain and lairs duo and Unpaid by I ho following dolls ijuoul taxpayer county fur year A Arnold of ird Cxitmty Ky will on MONDAY JAN 25 100- 1belnit the first day of January Tarm of the court before the court house door In Lancaster Ky between tho hours of 10 bidder tho following Tax Lists on real estate of said delinquent or RO much thereof as Taxes The amount sot opposite each name Includes the amount of said taxes penalty Interests cost etc names will from this list 0 A ARNOLD Sheriff Uarrard County Ky DISTRICT NO 1 tauciuttr While Acton Smith licit I KM- Crrtcli Albert 14 Mitt ft m- Conlcr n n U Current ftiiiMiIlflri 6 acrti tw Poly Ann Mil tent t O- SDftlionicJ i 0- Ircenlnit M 15 M sens las lUmivjr John 2 crei I to DISTRICT NO I Colored Alcorn Mtncrrlit I town tot 1 fO Arnold Frank II 11 W- Anrierton Caroline I town lot Arnold Lucy 1 town lot I M- lUufliman Harriet J M- Burnum Lewis I town lot 7 S- OHarriett Ilnbtucrti 4 M- nurdett area 21 W- KlitiDojee 1 acre M town lot 1 H- Ollerrlnn Anilr6 crs Ilerrlnc Bob town lot 4 M HUti Hejraorc I town lot 4 M Jennlnn lco III acre land 4 M- Jonei Jim 1 town lot AM Kersey 1 town lot 1 M Lackey Mn Frank 1 town lot IS T- OLcarellfltol BOO Majrfitld Jerry 1 town lot 6 M- Mant Mn Will Mown lot 1M Miller Irvin I town lot sao Moore faille l town lot 3 w McDonald Add t town II T- OMnlllni Currjrl 4M lot 4M Sillier Alex 1 60 N wl ndS ral J M- RtjrGcorgel townlol 4 M Robinson Ilattle 1 town lot 4 M BUVANT8VIU DI8T1UCE No t- WIIITK Aaderton Mill Martha IS actei Mlddletoa Vault Simpson flat 1C acrei Stone Marguret llelri M acres Turner John Jo acre 1MYANT8VIUK No 9- COLOHKD Bnrnam Jane 4 Ilronlon Wml acre CtKttraeollotlnDavl town Crgler Bill A Scitou I lot I rl town Cochran Mary 1 lot In DarUtown Cocbran Frank etc 4 Dodd Ann II Dunn Bam Mot Dunn Wml acre Dunn Due I lot In Datlitown Kmbry Henry t Gaines Oicar I Qalnei Cbaa and Brother B 14 Uavell Lewis Hot Ready glary I acre Roach Lucy S acrei Bberlejr Henry t lot in DaTUlown Shelby Henry 1 tot In DaTlitown Smith lien Hot In Dttlttown Wallace Allen 1 lot In Darlitown lucre BUCKEYE DISTRICT No I WHITE BradihawLT ISlf sexes Burton 9 acre East Simpson 34 Flnnell 40 acres Floyd W A 4 JM acrei Oulley LoueiannalOOacrei Lane Thomas a acres Mobtrljr 0 JS8 Potts A 1 WJ acres Ray Sadler Eliza 107 acres M Blmpion Wm 10 j Totten Wm I lot lu Uncaiter No I COLORED Andersen Mary b acres Leavoll Oeo A Miller Henry acre Wearren Joe 9 acres Wearren Broi 57 acrei PAINT LICK No 4 WIIITE AldrIdge It H40 acre BerdQreeu4 acrei DrochCarrM acrei Broch Monroe U acres Bryant WM CO acres Cooley Bailie 20 acrei FlibAToddJOOactei Floyd Wm 4 acres OalibardO D2834acrei Gray J B 20 acrei Hurst Hiram 60 acrei KlunardOOS7acr 7 acre J ttacrei Long John 3 acrei Mends WM93f acrei Meadows M V 1 lot Mulct JT 3d acrei McQuerryJTU acrei Nave Jamei7W acrei 1oluterTyro t acrei Itay Joe 100 aerve lUlnonW II 93Uorei Hoberti John E hot W M 210 acres KoblniODChai Brit acrei UobliiionWM 74 acrei Robinson Cbai Stewert Arthur la acrei Bhumatg llelri I lot In l nt Lick Wllburu Jennie 91 acrei You uv ChaiU acrei No 4 COLOKKD Anderson Henry I acre Addlion Henry l acrei Campbell Merdltih I acre ranlku r Yllll acre IllekiOicarHaoru lloikriii llelri 1 acre Hunt Jamn to acrei Kennedy Mary t acrei Kennedy Ed J acrei Kvunedy Bin acre UoieyCI lTsorei Uck y Llg I acre Lackey Mary I acre Lytl J acre Merrltti Henry I SCKI Howland John Heed Barney 4 acrei KOII ObirUy llpi u- gpllmtu 0 A AUNOI D S I Sheriffs TfiX II virtue lit Ullffl offer fur sale to the highest Au soon all are paid MlllerW Anderson lot 120 It O 0111 lid Fannie Mrn Je 1 lawn lot Warren Jese lot e 20 II PO 12 IiO I 00 J t3 6110 Dunn Commodor 3 ere t eo a rb ere II II 00 600 t zz 610 II 70 II O II IO 11 UO D W W Nfl M S 00 2J to 211 9a lIke 5 II B6 3e 7T acre S 70 D IL 1100 II 00 ago IIIL Knuckles Win Lee Nfl 80 6 to 2 U 600 7 U Ito IIG 37 II so 110 a t0 I75 LeaveD ThoUlpoQ J Tom 8r Cary Q and 4 tts taxes their E 1 town lot 1Y 1 sera A pal acre Ella I town ltd acres acts acre a Ellen l 1 town lot lot town lot town lot l Iowa 290 15 acres sW 90d acre 4 75 475 7s5 x acre 715 acres 175 4 ir0 4 acres acre 100 410 Wither Oeo J 4 d acre 4 45 1420 acres 1100 5S acre acre 1150 1411 721 300 600 2006 2205 ant 53 a75 600 to acres 4110 Isaac 460 S60 1906 M 676 4 530 000 900 6W 9115 450 635 acres 170 4 50 460 5 00 540 20 Ste 610 410 410 ago 015 660 v so 41 ere400 s5 heir 3Io acre 175 280 Royston Eat 40 acres ypa 4115 I sore 90 0- e a t A conrrcaiON IrrliaH Its aotiictlilnit list I one nm to my 1 dearly love n Itnr 1 love the liar wno iirciarn Iff buys tny bflokn by itusena And enil Ilivm oft n XtnitaRltle To nil tils country touilni 1 the IJnr who rrrnnrliii V nilmpil you nt the tnrrtlncl No volts llli yours In Blip n Or ipritk the perch ul prrrtlnK 1 love the liar when li awenti Ho a tirrlty Who wants to meet me very lunch Air look ao human t my toed I love my drink I my open are Hut morn than all 1 dearly A daih binged blooming MAHI Herman Knlckrrliocker In Late The House Beautiful Fair Connies I with to got tome rugs something artistic and aesthetic you know but I cant afford to pay a very high price Honest Dealer Come this way More madam aro lome antique Turk ish rugs lust In from the factory Tako them home smear cm with grease and tobacco Juice then wash them a little dry them In an oven lay them for three days In tho sun and theyll look as faded and antique aa tho genuine Imported article cost lug ten limos as much Ho a Maga NO EXCUSE c rtthllrll higher for tonal bill pictures love lov I t aninlly tare ova know love sine Tom Well theres no place like homo Jerry Dut thats no excuse for there Instead of looking for a place Chicago Journal Great Yes remarked the Japanese regard ourselves as your friends but yet In case of an emergency wo could throw halt a million men Into America within threo months and bavcxthem In Chicago In two more months What do you think of that Splendid replied tho cltUcn of Chicago That would make a mag nificent addition to our population luck FOLEYS WILL CURE Any case of KIDNEYor BLADDERDISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo i can do more I not N Virginia ItEvansvule Ind writes over ears I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which mo pala and worry I lost flesh and waa all run a had U abandoa work entirely I had thre of best physicians who did ma I was to Kidney Cure was recommended gave me great relief tlnly Tit IM An ILM lUIAWUMMIEIIKIIf C C J K Stortnea Itching Skin Diseases Arc cured by Zemo A liquid for external me Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching or All Write for sample E W Rote Med Co St at Drug store t KIDNEYCURE medicine VEil TI IR l tin D1UC the loot sad Foley and alter I Lou Fr sale loaf- Ing ewe NI no taking was slut 9rug ists MoB lhlrto PILES nWis nvHv l vf Qlet MIa ihwp Mask allltsiate POSTEDTlioumlorslKhcd noroby give warn hug lo nil persons not to trespass upon cur lends for any purpose wlmtovcr nd we will proscculo nil offenders to filllcMt extent of tliolaw FlHhormon especially take notice W 8 Clny Mutton W J Ollllnplo- Kd Iortwuotl W T Wend W U Andcmon John A tiandors J YKwcenry It L Hiirton J I Navo It U llnliin II U A mold Dave Duddrrnr MrsKKDiinlcIs 0 S Uitllcw David Tompnon W It Cook Richard lleruernor 11 L Kolloy I U Anderson WITH Dr Kings Niw Discov no Hunterslll If I KILLTHICOUCHAND bier upon Mrs lI j IIl I FOR 8 Bt I I Ir Aaea Ti si Pete OR MONEY BKgUNPKP R U McRolicrts Drug Store M K Denny DENTIST OffleeoTerJIerndoni Jewelry tore Cream Vermifuge ANS ALL THROAT lunTHUIUI- OUAKAHTJUiD 8ATIIIA a1 wHITII ARS c fti THE GUmiTEEB WORM REMEDY CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ciw t er IMITATIOH f- TNI tthUINf mtPtMD ONLY Sit BallardSnow Liniment MO McKoborts Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehousea- nd get as hlgb prices as any auction market In the world W M Riloy Company Danvillo Ky 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rreEES F l It J- ferlng from die and dIl1 lon probably I MAlt IOnl on Iner lent rIe Z ilL WbIDIIUIIoJ1 a t Druggists for THE 1 t o Hillonmcerr city sutra w abet sit Frs ttii1I atone cut Ig y Ial sits laen 170 nolks wllhout charge in ID- I e amoan grail N rkmoooIBY a r 1014 Im r11- 411t1La Maul 11h- a I