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JfltTBEXTll YKAlt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 24 1905 J TIlE CENTRAL RECORD NUMBER J Youll Never Miss the WftTER Iii I Well Runs Dry Is the title of an old familiar song You had better gnaid a gainst missing the water by having us Pix Your Guttering GT make assurance doubly sure by having us install a system of Water Works 1 We are agents for Baldwin Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stuck and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors toJA licazley rt lW I i I i5 I I i li I IJRIlhiSelden r JJ- V I D H I I I I L J QBeazley Undertaler a 8 t Coo Arterial and Cavity Einhalniin Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone ill Wmllerndon G Swluebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky omce over Stormcs drug store DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Conrt room Irmpt attention to business n CRDIO f I I If L RL ILaw i uJ CHRIS s1 always a 1 i 1 Dentist Office over store Danville at t t USE i u MARKS Fc sTPcl=Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Wear Best Salesman E C Blue Grass Nursesies Trees by the MILLIONS Fruit and Shade Smalt Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything ordinarily kept at such an cst iblishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KENTUCKY BOP S 2 acaru I SrarNa 1905 ij CINCINUATI w Z 1 loco Notes County court Monday The Masonic Lodge will work in the Entered Apprentice degree Tuesday Donald McDonald delivered an excellent discourse at thePresbyte rian church Sunday The lake is over the highest valve and plenty of water for the summer is assured Isnt that fine Butter and eggs have come down in price and we poor people can get a meal now for less than ten dol Religion and politics is Eld F M Tinders subject for next Sundayeven The Ladies Aid Society will meet withers Raymond Ilaselden Satur day afternoon at 250 Found class pin initials E S V Call at this ollice describe property and pay 30 cents for this notice Every Garrard farmer feels good over the invention of a machine to break hemp It means dollars in tHeir jeansThe bore who has discovered that the days getting longer is now firing that information at helpless ac quaintances Members of the A O U VM will please pay their assessments to Miss Mamie Walter as Mr Barton the col lector has moved away The Ladies Aid Society is preparing to hold a llower sale on some near date time and place to be announced later If you have orders for potted plants let the Society know it The decorations at the GillFaris wedding were made by Ilonaker the Lexington florist who has a wide rep utation for such work He is repres ented in Lancaster by Joseph WalterCircuit court has been in session all this week and a great amount of bush ness has been attended to No judge has ever given greater satisfaction than has Judge Bell His prompt fair decisions courtesy to litigants and lawyers and gentlemanly bearing have won a host of friends in Garrard If some monicd man wants a good investment he will do well to buy the Yeager store rooms advertised in this to be sold Monday Rent high as a cats back in Lancaster and store rooms are like gold mines to their owners As long as business men sit on their pants and think of only their own per sonal welfare business will be slow Every citizen and especially property owners should see that what builds up the town works to their own gocd in the long run Root for the town Fine Time For Templars The Richmond people are making great preparations to entertain the Kentucky Knights Templar in May The Templars know how well they entertain in Richmond and who possible attend is rubbing up his sword and getting the scent of the moth ball out of his uniform A Drouth Breaker There is some talk of an oldfashion ed rope fair for Lancaster this sum mer The Record is in favor of the fair but would suggest that we wait and see if we have a drouth as a fair will bring rain in Lancaster as TIS the sun shines Confederate Veterans A meeting of M D Logan Camp 1335 will be held at the circuit clerks ollice next Monday court day at 130 oclock As some very important mat tersare to be attended to it is very important that every member be pre sent Dont forget the time and be there promptly at oclock Joe II Arnold Commander To Produce Fine Horses Jas I Hamilton has just returned from the South where he shipped some saddle and harness horses and being asked when he would ship again said I cannot tell There IS a good demand for high class horses but they are not here There are ten buyers to every good horse 1 wil however ship a car of the bestbred stallions Kentucky can afford to Har lan Iowa this week and I feel sure that as soon as they can be produced I will be able to buy enough high class cults in Iowa to supply the demand forliigih class horses I have shipped t Iowa Calvin Dare son of the noted Chester DoTo whose colts have been bringing sensational prices and Lee Onward son of Onward the sire of 173 in the list and the sire of more in the list than any horse that had lived at the time of his death With such stock as this what is to hinder me from getting the colts in Iowa as soon as they can be produced I intend to place more there than this and I in tend will in the next year to place in t lat tate or wherever 1 can find good mares some of the strain of Black Eagle Squirrel Denmark Ilambletonian Vermont Abdallah Messenger Clay King Belmont Wash ington Knox and other highbred ones giving that country tbe chance this one now has I nightRev I lIars IIIf Issue isas everyone No halfpast one Black arc C certain high class JUDGE JOSEPH S ROBINSON Dies Suddenly in Citizens National Bank Great Shock to Citizens and Irreparable Loss to Community One of the greatest shocks this com munity ever had was that caused by the sudden death of Judge Joe S Rob inson last Friday afternoon While Judge Robinson has not been in per fect health yet he seldom complained and held up remarkably well for a man of his years and one who had served through the civil war Last Friday he worked in his garden for some time and walked up to Judge Ilemphills tailoring establishment and was measured for a suit of clothes about half past three oclock lie went from there to the Citizens Bank sat down and talked for a few minutes with several gentlemen There was not the slightest sign of illness when he gave a few gasps his head dropped and he was dead before those sitting near reached him Several physicians were quickly by his side and their opinion is that death was caused from heart trouble The news spread rap idly and the house was quickly tilled by business men and other We have never heard so many expres sions of regret as have been given on the passing away of Judge Robinson as our people knew from past experi ence what a help he was to the town I l citizen how readily he took hold of every prop osition for improvements how quickly he contributed of his time means and advice to every movement for the up building of the town and greatest of all what goodly influence his pure Christian life had in the community Noose in trouble ever went to him for aid and returned emptyhanded His pursestrings were always loose and his heart open to those in need of help and since his death we have heard so many kindly words spoken of him that it seems sad that living he might not have known how much the people valued trusted and appreciated him His manners were so agreeable his courtesy so uniform his friendship so constant and his fidelity so unfail ing that he won esteem confidence and popularity no less than wealth substantial manifestations of which were made in many forms among them being his election to offices in the city county and financial institu tionsJoseph S Robinson was born in Gar rard county on the first day of Janu ary sixtyseven years ago He was a son of the late Jacob Robinson a citi zen whose many fine traits linger in the memory of those who knew him In early life the deceased became a farmer and devoted his entire time thereto until being elected county judge in year 1891 At the breaking out of the civil war he joined Wool fords Cavalry and served with honor during that struggle He has been connected with every prominent en terprise in the town and at time of his death was vice president of the Citizens National Bank He was mar ried to Miss Annie Wallace of this county who with three brothers A C J C and Thomas survive him He had been a member of the Chris tian church for fiftyone years His devotion to his church his punctual attendance upon the services and his willingness at all times to not only help financially but devote his tune to serving his Master made him achurch member worthy of emulation Funeral services were held at the Christian church Sunday afternoon conducted by Eld F M Tinder Revs C M Chumbley and C S Young at the conclusion of which the remains were interred at the Lancaster Ceme tery The immense bank of beautiful floral designs and the great concourse of people attending the services were but a faint testimony to the high es teem in which Judge Robinson was held The church the town and bus iness interests of all kinds have lost a man who was ever ready to do all In his power to promote good and his memory will be cherished by every one who is for the upbuilding of mor ality and commercial enterprises Many Lancaster and Garrard county friends extend symypathy to Mr R L Walker on the death of his wife which occurred near Sicholalville Thursday Mr Walker lived near Kirksville for many years and was a frequent visitor to this city He was married in 1894 and has resided in Jessamine for some time A number of Garrard county relatives attended the funeral at Uicholasville Friday Walker j MEANS MONEY FOR FARMERS The Most Disagreeable Heaviest and Hardest of Farm Work Now to be Done by Machinery The hempbreaking machine de scribed in lat issue of The Record is the sole topic for discussion not only in Garrard but news of its success has spread tb adjoining counties and farmers are coming for miles to work being done This means everything to the farmer as lie can now sow his hemp and have the assurance of getting it ready for market No one but the farmer has the most remote concep tion of the trouble experienced in hands to handle not only hemp but all other products of the farm Those hand who work at all demand prices they go and come at their own pleasure in fact the far mer Is simply at their mercy As stat ed in last issue of this paper the breaks and cleans as much hemp in one day as can be done by dred hands and it is done better than the old colored man can possibly clean it Many years of hard study and work have been put on the invention and this is the first practical test giv en in the field It is of very simple construction and easily operated The company owning the invention is one of the strongest in the country and some of the most prominent men of the United States are interested in it The machine means that farmers can put every foot of their land in a crop that has the greatest demand of any product of the farm and the more iai portant fact that the crop can be handled promptly Some of the darkles complain that machinery has taken their place Of course it has just as this hempbreak ing machine will but the colored men will have plenty of work in raising more hemp and as soon as a large steady supply can be relied on linen manufactures will be established here in Kentucky the same as cotton fac tories are being put in all through the South How cue Lancaster get the firstSome of our readers may not know it but before the war when the had plenty of help Kentucky alone raised seventy five thousand tons of hemp each year which was largely manufactured into clothing on our home plantations The old spin ning wheel and loom have disappeared Today we only raise about tenthous and tons The falling off in has been caused from the fact that help cannot be secured to break the hemp the darkles who did this work are now scattered and gone There is more money for farmers in hemp than any other crop we heard a prominent farmer say yesterday 1 have as good hemp land as can be found on the face of the earth but I will not be bothered to death begging hands to work it Now that this does the work I am so well pleased that all but necessary pasture land on my place is going in hemp No new machine ever did more perfect work the first test in the field A ma chine of any kind has never been in vented that was not pronounced a failure by some people In this case the most doubtful immediately changed their opinion and are heaping words of praise upon the invention It will break and clean hemp better than the professional negro hemp cleaner It will not strike on me and I can go away and leave it in the field with perfect assurance that it will be there at work when I come back The farmers should enter into their closets and give thanks that a way has been invented by which we can get our hemp handled The machine is here simply for a practicle test in the field to adjust it and get some minor details completed Several prominent men from Chicago and New York will be here this week to see it work Some large hemp mills and cordage factories have already sent representatives to Lancaster and one has given an order for the first onehundred tons of hemp cleaned on this machine It seems that Spring has sprung The rural routes continue to grow in popularity Examinations have been on In the Graded School this week We send out exactly 2750 papers this week Hows that for hi Why isnt the dog law enforced We saw one Negro cross the Public Square with five worthless canines following him Dont forget the sale of the Yeager store rooms Monday Property In Lancaster bring more returns than a gold mine Rents are outrageously high To Oepn Monday The large building erected by Mr C D Powell on Richmond street oppos ite the Baptist church is about com plete and will be thrown open for bust ness next Monday court day It is up to date and a model in every way and Mr Powell will carry an immense stock of everything to be found In gen eral store He has built up splendid trade since entering the goods bush ness In Lancaster years ago He is a model citizen one of benefit to the community the Record to extend an invitation to the people to call and see his new quarters wonderfUl exhort ltant onehun produc- tIon machine Heasks seethe securing machine farmers some PKEAOHEUSV1LLB W D El more sold 2 cows to L K Per kips for 3200 J L Hutchins bought 10 heifers at 2 to 3ic per lb A J Thompson bought 6 steers from J S Pettus at 3 per lb W B Bennett bought 40 cattle at Stanford for and Sets Miss Ella Thompson has been visit ing Mrs Dr Brown at Stanford Mrs J F Pettus and Miss Renda Mrs B D Holtzclaw last week Mr J P Rogers and Miss Jennie vise ted relatives at Paint Lick last week D M Anderson bought a nice young jack from J J Smith of Brodhead for 200Mrs L K King and baby of Hub ble visited her mother Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw Mrs Hattie Hutchins who hasbeen with her sisters at Jellico for two months has returned home Misses Virgie Worrel and Willie Corminey of Flatwood spent one night last week with Mrs J L Hutch insThe sale of Thos Stringer was well attended and everything sold well lie will leave this week for Illinois where he will make his home A Hard Student The Washington correspondent of the Louisville Times has the following concerning our congressman Repre sentative George G Gilbert of the Eighth district isa hard student and will devote much of his vacation to a comprehensive analysis of the pro posed railway rate legislation Mr Gilbert is another member who has not decided whether he will be a can didate for reelection Whether he decides to run again or not he may spend some of his spare time on a tour Strikes Illddcu ItocKw When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneu monia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes 1 had been very ill with Pneumonia un der the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaran teed at McRoberts drug store price 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free 1m of clothing cleaned press ed repaired anddyed Will call for and deliver work Rosa McCoy phone 178 tf J I 2 j IJ I I u tt i I AlLkinds I visited lecturing Get in the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co The swellest lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods Ladies Shoes Ever brought to Lancaster Now Ready Come See TIIE Joseph Mercantile Co OOOOOOOOO New SpringGoods I I r I 0000oooooeoeeooowoooooeeoooooooooweeeeoeoaeeeeeooceooeeooo ooe l Get Ready for Uptodate Merchant Tailoring I can show you the largest line of samples for spring suits ever shown in this city Suits to measure from 1250 to 5000 We know how to take your measure and guarantee to fit and please you We represent the date The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Burn Co Chicago Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago Illinois Tailoring Co Chicago A IIIII n 1 I SEEXNGo I l I I I followingupto tailoringestablishments j i H LOGAN nJA w J I D- TI Arw J 1 PAINT PAINT PAINT House Paint Floor Paint Roof Paint CARRIAGE and WAGON PAINT IN ALL COLORS LINSEED OIL Paint and White Wash Brushes We will save you money on all kind of paints and fur nish you as good a quality as money can buy We will show you just the right colors and trimmings to make an attractive home Now is the time to feed Standard Horse Cattle Food Feed your chickens Standard Poultry Food and you will get lots of EGGS Haselden Robinson You go to a BAKER Why Nat Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for BUGGIESIn good work and low prices Wo want your patronage Conn Bras r I I nil i ItA lJ I C c COC7C ccC C I I I I I t A nvM 1NI n w for BREAD un u u U U U U U U UJu u un lUlUlUll lUlU a t 1111IIII I I I I III I it iJ I i It I NIAMNMkM4W N I and vinnnnninrmm v vm mnnrnnnnrnrnrnnrr nntrnrn a 1 nv I LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J S ROBINSON T T T T 7 T T T T l T T l l T l T r Vice Prest OROANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL feooot SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson E LWoods Prest WC Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BfiNKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITA 16ooooo SURPLUS 400000 a BusinessSolicited I jJ J Walker T M Arnold 1 U 11111111 III I II I II I I II I I I II 1111 I I ice I I Fish 1f 11Dm RsIM R G GUYK WOODS FISH J B W C COY R L ARNOLD J 8 WOODS DL FRY BURROWS- E L Commenced Business July 19O1 We your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to alt business entrusted to us solicit Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance d CENTRAL RECORD Jasiitcd Weekly too per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pad Offlcr in Lancaster Kvat SecondClan Hail Matter Lancaster fyt Mardi 24 1905 A Marion Ind family believers in Christian Science fell on their knees and prayed when they found their house in flumes They made no effort to rescue their and threw no water on the tire The family is now homeless says a report from there family didnt work its Christian just right The way to put a tire with Christian Science is to use lots of water with it Christie Science with medicine and a good to go with it will do wonders in the way of healing the sick You can make a good garden with Christian Science if you also use the hoe and sprinkler With a good stove in a room you can warm through Christian Science In fact Christian Science will accomplish almost anything if it is mixed with the proper ingredients Offlcials of the Army Hospital in Washington have discovered a use for the appendix It makes a splendid artificial entrance into the abdomen for the introduction of strong modi cines they say Possibly the old saw bones dont know it but it will also serve a far happier purpose that of getting down the mean grade of liquor these days The Rev A C Dixon of Boston says he would like to see Elijah the editor of a daily paper lIe may be able to guide the destinies of a great metro politan journal but if Ligc wants to come down try the newspaper busi ness and then get back into his happy home he had better not tackle a coun try weekly Some of the topics for discussion at the Mothers Congress we pre sume Which is the More Effective the Shingle or a Beech Limb What is the Best Manner in Which to Patch Little Breeches the Urchin be Allowed in the Room While Mama Talks About the Because Congress failed to provide for the purchase of the necessary a scarcity of small silver coins is predicted As newspaper men soon learn to live without coins this ail ore upon the part of Congress will work no hardship On the weilders of the quill The tobacco trust cleaned up 22 000000 last year says a special to the dulles If the trust will spend a few dollars cleaning up where the users of the weed have decorated the sidewalks it will do a good turn for a suffering public Two college professors one from Columbia university the other from the University of America told a lead ing Philadelphia club recently that gambling In itself is not wrong That is about as much sense as the aver age college professor has At the outbreak of the war many contended that Russia would be victorious because she had so many men If she hadnt had so many there would not be a live left tell the tale The Japs and Russians had better hurry and patch up their little The base ball season will soon be on and the will not have the time space or inclination to keep them before the public One of the big rich churches In New York has been found to be weak in its roof timber Certainly That part closest to Heaven is always the weakest in dressparade churches The snuff trust had profits of 3 568000 on last years business Yet every woman in the land might placed on the witness stand and she would swear she did not dip There is talk offorming a lobster trust It can never be done as the crop of lobsters especially the two legged variety is entirely too large to be handled by one management The Mothers Congress was in session at Washington last week We presume every shingle and slipper in the country had agents present with samples of their goods A New York stock broker says it is just as safe now as it ever was for a man to invest his savings in Wall street Like the un loaded gun or the old family horse eh v In France the women must pay a tax of 10 before they are allowed to wear mens trousers In this country all they have to do is get married Instead ot calling Russia the think the term the dog in the lead would better describe the present running fight At the Mothers Congress miniature shingles and switches were doubtless worn as souvenirs Startling mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these diseases there is just one reliable remedy Jlr Rings New Life Pills M FJannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Billiousness 25c at R E McRob errs druggist 1m I I j n jap II 9 ls doctor or Neighbors bullion Basso Russian t trouble dailypress factory underdog dont you o c Thou property were Sho peach here Mr of BHYANTSV1LLE Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins has been viating in Louisville Mr Ebb DIckerson of Buckeye was this week on business Mrs W J Hogan Is expected home from Lexington in a few days Mrs AHie Haselden has been sick for several days but is improving Mr B F Patton has been in the mountains where he business Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs At ha Mrs John Ballard and daughter Marie of Lancaster visited relatives here last week has bought a farm near Richmond and will move there in a short time Mr Will Jenkins has returned to Indianapolis after a visit to his father C M Jenkins Miss Anna Kay Jenkins of Caldwell College spent from Thursday until Monday at home j Mr Charle Boner has returned to St Joe Mo after a visit to his mother Mrs Josephine Boner Misses Susan Buford and Lida West Nicholasvilie have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Charley Deane Mr Jeff Dunn bought a horse from Clay Dunn for 125 one at Nicholas ville for 8125 and one from Mr McWil Hams for 100 Mr Will Glass sold his farm of 272 acres to Mr C C Glass for 75 per acre The former has bought Mr Charley Scotts farm for 3700 Mrs Stedman will not have any for mal Spring Opening but dont forget to come and inspect her line No cards Everybody invited Mrs Mary Berkele and Mrs Fannie Bryant expect to leave in a few days for a visit to relatives in Indianapolis and other points m Indiana Several of our farmers have their clover seed from Mr James Spill man of Beuna Vista for 3 per bu This proves that it is better to sell to the consumer than to a An election was held here Saturday afternoon to elect a county commit teeman for West Bryantsville as Mr Anderson Bulling has resigned The result was a tie Mr Houston Ballard and Mr Green Boiling receiving the same number of votes Local society was greatly surprised yesterday when it was learned that Mr Will Swope and Miss Nannie old had driven to Burgin and married by Rev Welburn The is a daughter of Mr Roy Arnold and very popular The groom is a promi nent and prosperous farmer We join their many friends in best wishes Mrs Mae Steadman has returned home and is daily receiving her new spring millinery She will have a beautiful line and would be pleased to have all her friends call and see them Mrs Steadman has secured cesof Miss Johnson an experienced trimmer from the South who will ar rive in a few days and is sure she can please you in whatever you account of ill health Mrs Allie Haseldeii has sold her Millinery to Boner Mrs Haselden has been in the millinery business for about twenty years and her many friends will regret to know that she has decided not to run it any more Mrs Boner will occupy her old stand and Mrs Haselden would be pleased to have her many friends call and see Mrs Boners line Mrs Boner will have a trimmer from the city HABKSBUBY W C Greening was here on business Saturday Carrie Clark Is very low and not ex to live Mrs Sallie Fox has been sick for days but is able to again Misses Mary Ballard and Bertha An derson have been the guest of Miss Georgia Mrs Victor Rice and pretty little Stella was visiting her mother Mrs T 1 Herring Misses Georgie Dunn and Bettle have just returned from a visit to the Misses Higgins near Paint Lick Mr Willie Jenkins has returned to Indianapolis to resume his work after several days visit to his father C M Jenkins Mr Robert Fox spent Monday with his grandmother Mrs Fox Mr Mon te Fox of Danville is visiting Mr Rob err Fox W6 are glad to note the recovery of M F Rout who has been confined to his bed for several weeks with Miss Mattie May Jenkins will go to Louisville this week to visit her aunt Mrs B A Dawes While there she will attend the play Ben Hur Rev Dorgan delivered asplendld ser mon Sunday afternoon taking for his subject Jesus only A number from Danville attended services The candy pulling proved to be a most enjoyable affair and was pro nounced a success The profits on the candy sale amounted to 10 Rev Bnsco of Louisiana was called as pastor of the Fork church by a vote beginning service some time in April Mr Redford has rented the farm of J A Wood for 3 years for o800 getting possession about the 1st of August Mr Wood will move to his property in Danville D S sold alot of cattle to Mr Tuggle at 4cts per pound 1 mare to Mr Flanary for 85 He also bought of Mr John shoats for 4cts per pound I lit n wenton Mr W T Hagan tou combined the want- On Josie petted several bJut Dunne daughter Royston rheumatism unanimous Swope lot ot J Uri set Mrs Marseea Y den j jjjg visi er in ker ed of an tit a McCREAIlY J Thompson Hill Jr was In Burnside ast week Miss Ida Ray Is teaching a select school at Antioch Mr and Mrs T Hill of Buckeye his mother Mrs R Hill Mrs Maggie Gulley and Edna visited in Richmond last week Misses Emma Layton and Liza Ray Misses Birdie aud Annie Walk recently Miss Flonine Catron is home attain after spending a very pleasant month Somerset Mr and Mrs R A Burnside of visited Mr Will Lackey and family last week Miss Nora McKinney and Mrs Ba of Somerset are visiting the lat ters daughter Mrs Will Hainm Miss Katie Hamm who liar been visiting here for several weeks return to her home last Sunday accompa pled by Miss Irene Sadler Mrs Marshall Ray died at the home her father Mr Jas Simpson after illncssof a few weeks of consump She was married just eleven months ago and we sympathize the young husband in this his greatest trouble and also with her father and mother who have been called on give up three daughters within the last ten months PAINT LICK Stone Norman is in Lexington Mrs Garnett Kemper is quite sick W Shcler has returned to his home in Millersburg Mr Will Braniman has returned from six weeks visit in the West There is talk of a Christian Endeav or Society being organizetlat this plac Mr Vaughau Norman has a position in Baten Rogue La as telegraph oper ator They have organized a 0 Literary Society at the High School and are go ing to have a debate on the Graded School question Mr and Mrs E W Norris and family of Richmond and Miss Sallie Adams of your city were the guests of Mrs Pattie Engleman W S Fish has another car load of the American Wire Fence Anyone wish ing anything in this line will dp well to call on him tf IIYATTSY1LLE Mrs Clay Arnold remains quite ill Mrs Luther Gibbs has been quite sick John A Sanders bought twenty shoats at 4icts per pound Mr Henry Arnold and Frazier Hurt were in Nicholasville Sunday Mr Frank Pierce Jr and sisters visited at Teatersviile Sunday Miss Carrie Sanders spent Friday with her cousin Willye B Pierce Mr John A Sanders bought a four year old mule at Stanford court for 97 Mr Jim Gay sold his crop of tobacco to Beazley of Punt Lick for 8J cents Mr Frank Arnold bought 23 head of cattle at Stanford court at 15 a head Mrs Mary Swope has just closed her fall school at this place with full at tendance Miss Mattie and Ruth Arnold spent Wednesday with their aunt Mrs Sanders Miss Allie Tribble of Richmond will begin a subscription school at this place the 27th of this month The rail road company paid Frank Pierce 100 for his horse that was killed at Paint Lick February 17th tmr BOUHXE Mr Bent Halcomb and wife were the guest of J P Ham and family Sunday Sam Morford bought one sow and pigs of John Mullins for 1500 Mr who has been very sick is some better at this writing Mrs Lida Murphy and daughter Lizzie of Cartersville spent the latter part of last week with her sister Mrs W M Duncan Messrs Sam Mor ford and Jell Dunn of this place made a business trip to Lexington Monday Rev Andy Baird of Preacbersville delivered two excellent sermons at this place Saturday night and Sunday Bro Jess Parks of Lowell attended preaching here Saturday and Sunday and was the guest of Thomas Turner Mr and Mrs Allen Ray were called to the beside of their daughter Mrs Leonard Nave who remains quite ill at Flatwoods Next Saturday and Sunday is Bro Pikes regular appointment at Freedom Mrs Wiley Prewitt is slowly recov ering from a very severe spell of grippe Mr Roy Arnold of Bryantsville Is here for a visit to his Mr Wesley Walker The amount of goods which Simp son Jackson are selling speaks well for their low prices and good quality Mr Leslie Bradshaw passed through our town last Monday to bled son county preparing to locate his saw mill there Mr R A Prather went to Richmond last week and placed Lhnself under treatment of one of Richmonds best doctors His many friends hope to see him well again Mrs Emma Posey who fell and hurt herself very badly during the severe cold weather is still confined to her room She improving slowly and her friends hope to see her up visited with to Mr J Sallie ChesterAnderson lUNA enroute Is 7 daughters ted Lancaster son in law S soon again 2 el t SEEDSCLOVER TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS MILLET and all land of Field seeds Custom Grinding 9 l I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Leaven stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than shipstuff Any class of Feed you may need CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson I f t n Do You Want to sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We are already receiving inquiries from who want possession January 1st 1906 also some who want possession atany time from now until then Itcosts you nothing to list your property with us and by so now you get the benefit of having it in our cata logue which will soon be ready for dis tribution among our exchanges and prospective purchasers commis sloes are reasonable and no sale no pay See either of us tf M D Hughes G B Swlnebroad Eggs For Sale White Leghorn and Buff Plymouth Rock eggs SLOO for fifteen Phone in eidence Walton E Moss tf I buyers HELD HIGH IN TilE ESTIMATION OF PRACTICAL PAINTERS Every gallon of THE SHERWIHWlLLIAMS PAINT will cover 300 or more square feet of surface in average condition two coats to the gallon Every gallon is a full standard measure It is made to paint buildings with It is the best durable house paint made ALWAYS FULL MEASURE I andmost COVERS MOST WEARS LONGEST LOONY BEST MOST ECONOMICAL McHOBERTS Druggist SOLD BY 1- 1R E h Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands M Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness B Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points HIg Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET E We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you buy them in Lancaster I ROMANS ELMORE It costs as much to spread paint of POOR QUALITY AS IT DOES A GOOD QUALITY Therefore buy RELIABLE PAINT From a RELIABLE DEALER and get the benefit of twenty six years experience and knowledge of what constitutes a really good paint Stormes Drug Store r 3 J cal x Y010M m Im m m m t II ti1 m I3Ii11I3ijJ mJJ 0 H 1 L 3 i 6 iQ Q i i I D E3 As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal want they ring up 140 Our clean Jeliico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 916tf We have now bottled our extract of Vanilla This is made by ourselves front the best Mexican Vanilla Beans and is absolutely the best and purest you can use There is no extract on the market as good We want every one that likes a good vanilla to try bottle We are sure that you will pleased Price 20 cents 1 20tf Frisbies Drug Store I Williams f ono bad Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wj Are In f Mrs N Miller gave an elegant dining Tuesday Harry Francis of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Mr ECMcWhorter was in Louisville this week on business Messrs Jess Emory and Jas Reed of Danville were here Sunday Mrs Henry Browning of Livingston js visiting Mrs John McGec Mrs II G Price of Danville spent Saturday with Lancaster relatives Misses Anna and Sallie Noel of Dan yule were visitors here the past week Miss Annie Francis of Corbin has been with her auntMrsTS Robinson Elkln is at home again after several months sojourn Miss Lulu Simpson of Marksbury has been visiting Miss Mary Thomp son Messrs Ward Pence and Will of Nicholasville were here Miss Nell Warren of Stanford is visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Dun can Mr W F Gardner of Lexington was the guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholasville have been guests of Mrs Alex West Judge M D Hughes was in Lexing ton Monday looking after some busi ness matters W II IIarris of Carlisle was the guest of his parents W Harris and wife Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Paxton of Stanford were here Sunday for the funeral of Judge J S Robinson Dr Donald McDonald Und wife of Danville have been guests of Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Our old friend W B Jarvis of Flat was here Monday and maae this office a pleasant call Miss Mary Landram Burnside has returned from a visit to Mrs James Uurnside of Point Leavel Mrs W T Browning and children of Lexington have been guests of Mr John Anderson and family Mr J L Bruce and Mrs Ellie Drake of Danville attended the funeral of Judge J S Rjbinson Sunday Mr George Robinson and wife of Hustonville attended the funeral of Judge J S Robinson Sunday Mr and Mrs R II Batson have return ed from a pleasure and business trip to Washington and New York J Randolph Harris wife and daugh ter Margaret of Lncoln have been guests of Mr E W Harris and wife- v Mr Tom Robinson and wife of Hus tonville attended the funeral of his brother Judge J S Robinson Sunday Mr D D Gemer and wife Mr Owen Rigney wife attended the funeral of Mrs It L Walker at NicholasVille Harry Robinson of Danville is with his parents He has been quite sick with rheumatism but is reported bet tel Capt W V Richardson editor of the Danville News was a visitor in our town Sunday Rich is an exceed ingly popular and mighty clever Miss Rachel Henry who has been spending several months with tives in Eldorado Ark has home Misses Sallie Tillett Laura Smith and Bertha Burnside have returned from Cincinnati where they attended the spring millinery openingsand a line of spring goods lion W J Price of Danville was our town Saturday looking after some cases he the circuit court Mr Price has built up a lucrative practice as a lawyer bearing out the old say log merit will win Danville News Miss Carrie Curry one of Lancasterss most charming daughters is in Danville to day the guest of Mrs Fisher D Gaines Mrs James Ilemphill of Lancaster was in Danville today Fridays Interior and Mrs J II Durham and two handsome children of Bryantsvllle were guests Sunday and Monday of her parents Mr and Mrs II D AldridgeMr R L Warner of Garrard is with his sister i I 5 Interest d Qtpt T S in Sunday E 1 amid fellow rob purchased inC 1 JournalDr J W PerrIn 7 a Florl- da Campbell Y Mr Walnut r j 1 i returns i basin 4 Mrs z a Miss Bruce Pumpbrey Friday to visit her sisters in Hampton Ohio Miss Ada DIckerson has rented the rooms over the Sweeney store and wit open a stock of millinery in a few dayslion Jerry Sullivan was here looking after some cases in the circuit court Mr Sullivan is one of the most prominent attorneys in Ken tucky and a polished gentleman who makes friend of every one with whom he has dealings Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Marie to Mr Charles R Davis of Lebanon Junction Ky Miss is one of Lancasters most and accomplished young ladles and a great favorite not only in but with our people generally The prospective groom is a popular and thrifty young merchant and a man of good habits The marriage will take place in this city the date to be in a few days A home wedling with pretty ar rangements was that of Miss Mary GIll and Dr G C Paris Wednesday evening The Moral decorations were tasteful and pictureque The bridal party stood beneath a canopy of white and pink blossoms palms and ferns forming the background The playing of the Mendelssohn march by Miss Marguerite Kin naird announced the approach of the bridal party The ceremony was by Dr Donald McDonald an uncle of the bride from Danville The bride wore an elegant gown of white crepe de chene over white silk taffeta a wedding veil with orange blossoms and carried a large bouquet of bridal roses The charming young sisters of the bride Misses Martha and Helen were her maids They wore lovely gowns of pink crepe de chene over pink silk taffeta and carried The groomsmen were Mr Lewis Gill and Mr Burton Faris of The bride is a charming young woman highly accomplished and is a great favorite in social circles The groom was graduated with honors from the Cincinnati Dental School and is a young man of many sterling traits of character He enjoys a practice and is liked and respected by everyone who has the pleasure of his acquaintance The beautiful gifts were numerous A handsome wedding feast was served Dr and Mrs Fans have gone South for an extended trip A most delightful feature of the event was the song recital given by Mrs Juliet Rogers pre ceeding the wedding ceremony Her sweet perfectlytrained voice always brings joy to those fortunate to hear it The accompaniments were by Miss Grace Kinnaird and the following were the selections I Love Thee by Mildcnberg Mermaids Song by Lynnes If Thy Clue Eyes by Bohjn Rosalie by De Koven Spring Song Mendelssohn STONE Mr Morton Cobb is sick Several farmers have sown oats tits C S Sanders is improving slowly Mr Rilford Preston has malarial Mr Ellin Littrell has been quite sick for some time The fishing season is now on and there are plenty of them We will organize Sunday School at Scotts Fork church the first Sunday in April Let everybody be there Mr C S Sanders is erecting a corn mill in this vicinity Our town is on boom Dr Amon will move his here soon Mr Frank Folger bought several oar rels of corn from Mr Elberry Oslmrn for 2 bought some hogs of Harlan Cobb at 4 cts Your correspondent took a fish to Lancaster and several friends had them prepared at Zimmers restaurant the feast being very enjoyable They certainly konw how to prepare a good meal at Zimmers Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lemberger of Syra N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so 1 applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only McRoberts drugstore im Sale of Household Goods I will on Saturday March 25 oclock my household and kitchen furniture at public auction Capt I M Dunn auctioneer td J C Thompson Flowers Flowers Flowers- I have succeeded Mr J C Thompson in the handling of cut kinds of flowers and designs on short notice Get my prices Leave orders with E W Harris Logan Smith Wednesday a Joseph popular society announced performed Richmond splendid honeymoon immediate y fever sawmill 111 lIoten Cobb lotof 25c at atone left smilax wedding ruses played 1 WAIT FOR US We will have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Will Have everything in uptodate goods Watch our notice of opening Mrs John F Lear tI rill I1UUl1UUl1U1U1UIU1U1UIUU l1U1U1UIUIU1U1U1U1U1U1UU unrnrnmm mmm rmninr umnrnnnnni vtu tnnm y I For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Wm Cantrill sold his crop of hemp about 10000 pounds to C S Brent Bros at 85 per 112 pounds J W Young of North sold to James Berry of Moorefield a 16 hands high jack for S875 Paris Kentuckian C S Brent Bros Monday pur chased several hemp at 515 percwtThos SlcChntock Sons of Millersburg sold 20000 pounds of hemp to Spears Sons of Paris at 515 Reports show that 231500 pounds of tobacco were sold in Bour bon last week at from 9 to 13 cents per pound Kentuckian Citizen Leading tobacco men of Cincinnati say that the combine must have tobacco in large quanities and that very soon and if the growers will not rush their tobacco on the market In a lump good prices can be maintained throughout the year Aboutone hund red millions of pounds yet remain in the hands of the growers Bracken Chronicle The farmers and planters of county Tenn have raised 0185 with which to erect a warehouse at Springfield in which to store their until a fair price can be realized A reglarly organized stock company will control the warehouse and under- a law recently enacted by the Legisla ture more can be crowded on the tobacco The price paid for lambs especially for the late delivery has been quite high this Spring and many buyers are fearing they have not allowed a fair margin for profit The truth of the matter Is the lamb crop or the early part of it at least will be much than usual The extremely cold weather causeS the loss to be abnor molly large and this is true all over the country Midway Clipper Flarity Bros of Mason county have delivered their tobacco to the Amerl can Tobacco Co at Maysville at 13 cents The produce of 12 acres brought 252525 II B cushman has bought of Eugene Davis at Helena a crop of about 100000 Ibs tobacco at 12 cts It is of the cigarette type John Shandlin also sold his crop to the Continental at llcts Flemings burg Gazette In my experience to make hens lay in winter they should be kept busy I do not believe in the oHfashioned idea of getting them too fat to lay but I do believe hens should not be allowed to gather about and sit still This is the result when fed all they eat for breakfast To prevent it feed them- a very light feed of corn wheat and barley scattered about in a little so as not to be very noticeable They at once begin picking over the litter to find the grain they like best and so continue to scratch all the morning The Louisville Times says the futility of organizing farmers to a purpose in agriculture has been demonstrated by the collapse of various schemes looking to that end Almost all classes of wage earners from locomotive engineers to mes senger boys respond readily to or ganlzers Capitalists experience no difficulty in getting together and in sticking together for their mutual benefit and the discomfiture of the con sumer Proprietors of many smaller than the Interests which amalagamate to form the great trusts manage to hang togetherso as to pres ent an impenetrable front but the men who toll the soil lack cohesilene ness Ten days out to a wage earn er in a city is a period of greater stress than ten days waiting or even thirty days waiting to the average farmer yet the laborer holds out and the farmer as a rule does not With an organization similar to that of the Typographical Union or the United Mine Workers of America American farmers would be supreme power in organizing seems to lie in the fact that a large percentage of the farmers fail to recognize that there are class as well as individual interest to be con sidered Resolutions by Citizens Bank Officers At a meeting of the Directors of the National Bank of Lancaster called for the purpose of taking action relative to memory our late Vice President J S Robinson who this life on Friday March 18th at Resolved That in the death of our associate and colaborer we have sus stained a deplorable loss We loved and respected him for what he WHS his pure motives and exalted aspira tions He was ever ready to bear his part of any and all burdens whether they were of labor or in the expend ture of his means His counsel was al ways for justice tempered with mercy and oppression for none He was a Resolved That we extend our condolence to his bereaved wife and brothers who now feel the heart aches caused by the loss of his genial presenceResolved That these resolutions upon the minutes of this Bank a copy sent to his and be published B WANTED Information as to the address of Robert Burdette orheirs if he Is dead He was evidently a colored man and served In Co G 123d Colored Troops in the Civil War Address Garrard County Small recovery can probably be made Address Hal vey Sons Washington D C I lliddl town Burley tobacco stored smaller wantorcan departed resolutions inhissin- cere be spread f RecordJfom he was pal Jlg J2t C crops S Robertson accomplish enterprises HudsonE 1 r tg A A 1 B I T GOD IS MY REFUGE stormsOtrefuseHis highSeasgivesIwingIthusTohighTooId still be on the surging sea 0 fearful loss Welcome the pain so exquisite I fly in fear woeSoEse had I not to Heaven and Love For refuge turned Margaret Florence JIAuley In N Y Ob server A MAN WITH THE HOE He Illustrates a Principle in Life Which Stamps Character and the Surroundings It makes a difference where you place the emphasis whether on the man or on the hoe whether you say a man with the hoe or the man with a hoe The latter may be an object of pity but not the former Mr V said the other day that he could keep up with Mr W In hoeing if he did not make so many misstrokes Just so All that is necessary is excellence to know to strike where to strike and to quickly what to strike of pleasure and profit says Rev George W Borden in New York Observer This requires head and heart as well as hand that Is a man There is much In much in soil much in seed but the main factor is man Gardening has been reduced to a science so that a man with the hoe may have the handhoe the wheelhoe or the horsehoe but In every case the man is with the hoe It is this element of manliness that makes the before and after The reclamation of the the transformation of the slums the beautifying of city and farm homes Real estate almost always advances in price when the owner shows himself to be a man with the aggressive industrious improver of his premises- It is unnecessary to draw a moral Suffice it to say that the Incessant war of the hoe against weeds against against drouth against sourness requires the vim and spirit of a true man in order to raise a good crop whether that crop be of the garden or of the heart DUTY AND DEVELOPMENT How the Latter Depends Largely on the Faithful Discharge of the Former One of the most worthful and compensations which comes to one as a consequence of having performed a duty that he had greatly dreaded and from which he shrank a good while is such a development of faith courage and power as he would not have obtained There are many who often pray that God would enable them to increase hi spiritual strength and they expect him to give that increase by a special dispensation of his grace but it is doubtful that he he does so The divine philosophy Is that if the Christian will do Gods even when it Involves the most rigid personal sacrifice an increase of spiritual strength will enevitably fol low Performed duty and development of the Christian graces are vitally linked together and the more difficult it is to perform a certain duty the deeper and more permanent and valuable is the personal development And so instead of ones depending upon God specifically to develop his spiritual nature in to prayer there should be a abandonment of ones self to the discharge of manifest duty however it may be or however it may appear to be The secret of the rapid and broad development of the spiritual life of some Christians lies in the fact that they have performed duties which required their utmost courage and the completest selfsacrl fice G H Wetherbe Work and Peace Yeve called me names yeve called me names said a little newsboy on the street to his tormentor but I aint got no time to tend to ye cause Ive got my business to look after ir I ever get a holiday so Ive nothin more mportant on hand Ill lick ye The bystanders laughed but the small boy had proclaimed a great truth busy people have no time to quarrel Work is a great preserver of the peace and those who are intent on some useful task have no time to waste in broils and bickerings The Joy of Soul Saving Ah there is no joy on earth like the rapturous joy of soulsaving It Is one of the most precious sheaves ever gar nered by the Christian worker My brother If you have not this passion for saving souls you have not yet been blessed with the holiest joy of which the human heart can conceive Rev F D Johnson The lean Christian is sure to be nerv The Season Why livingInyou know Why my boot hill alone comes to over 30 a year Ahbutnot dear Ally Sloper A Fellow Feeling Indignant Subscriber I say look here you know what do you mean by the birth of my tenthchlld under the heading of Distressing Occurrence Country dear I noticed it that must be the foremans idoinag hes a married man himself t wipeIlls how distinguish conquerthe location pictures wilderness hoean hardness permanent otherwise Christians bidding answer complete disagreeable unreasonable an LJ announ- cIng EditorDear I oeI- I r-D sus 9 had We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES rIOT WATER BOTTLES CHEST PROTECTORS HAIR BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE J r Business and Bargains Boarders wanted at Mr Simp sons 129tf About 100 pie plant roots for sale tf J C Thompson For cut dowers and designs see Vial ter Joseph tf Three good fresh milk cows for sale tf R M Campbell Window glass oils and paints of al kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Walter Joseph repersent the city florists See them for designs Wanted several stands of bees Walton Moss Phone in All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Floral desgins on shortest notice tf Joseph See Mrs Dome Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf Great bargains in books Erie C Farra at Thompsons Jewelry store1m Some nice hams middlings should ers and lard for sale Walton E Moss phone in residence tf For sale Seed Oats Call on J C Ilemphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky 3 10tf Closing Out We have big bargains in every line tf Thompson the Jeweler 400 pieces music regular price 40cts to 75cts all goes at lOcts per cops at Thompson 217tf 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per Thompson the Jeweler Your accounts and notes are due closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler tf Flowars come as represented in three hours notice from Ed C Gaines Phone 100 2t We want a number of good hams weighing from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson cure Only 15cts 120tf r Will buy a number of good country hams weight from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leave FOP Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess Jon given immediately J G Sweeney All Watches Clocks and Jewelry left with us for repairs must be called for by April 5th or will be sold for charge Thompson the Jeweler Money To Lend Money to lend at 5 per cent on realty in sums of not less than 2000 Address W L Lawwill Danville Ky tf Locust Timber For Sale Having decided to cnt my timber I will cut fence posts telephone poles etc or address at Kirksville when in need of locust 1 Apr 05 James R Henry I have about 2000 fruit trees from the Tennessee Nurseries which I will sell cheap They are extra good ones U D Simpson separate Departments Measures for Nothing are taken in an apartment separated from Dry Goods department tf Hughes If your hens are not laying now come to us for a box Dr Haas 20th Cen tury poultry food It will make them lay when every thing else falls Only 25cts Frisbies Drug Store 1 20 Our Jewelry and fancy good must be closed out before Mar 20th Every thing goes at cost and many goods for much less Now Is your opportunity Call now dont wait 3 3tf Thompson the Jeweler Danville Louisville and Lexington florists are represented by Ed C Gaines and in ordering flowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your he bearing responsibility Phone 100 2t T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of and will pay the highest cash price for same lie has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf Store Rooms For Sale Having decided to I will on Monday the 27th court day sell to the highest bidder in front of the premises the double store rooms re cently occupied by D D Geiger and Mrs Lear They have just been painted plastered and put in shape The second stories are al fine repair Will Rive possession of the store rooms at once There in splendid location and always find ready renters Sale takes place at 130 oclock J A Yeager tl U D lead- Ing residencetf Walter Use Frisbies for chapped banns face or lifs ts a sure Frisbies ug Store I See m move away I repaired S ti ware countr Almond Cr aim 3t all Wool tips are y Pheaton and harness for sale Nol secondhand Or will trade for stock tf Ike M Myers Lancanter j For something new and up todate in the way of sideboards dining and centre tables folding and iron beds rockers mirrors carpets mattings and wall you should on Tribble Pence Stanford Ky The City Tailors of Chicago will display their Spring and Summer goods for mens wear at my place Mar 24 Mi and 25th Call and have your measure taken by an experienced tailor J C Ilemphill Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best 715 tf J T Williams Sons Gold Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G Har ris who has taken gold medals on Ills tailormade goods and has a patent on the front shoulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Hughes Joseph Agts Best Paper Fop Ladles The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of any thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in favor day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf or Course You Want The Best Our Jellico is conceded to be the best ever brought to Lancaster and the in demand for it proves its popularity We always have plnty on hand at low prices Call us up Adams List Your Property We are now listing farms and other property to advertise in catalogues and papers in other localities You will do well to see us at your earliest convenience if you want to sell your property Hughes Swinebroad tf Free of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be glad to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the caper looks when on wall Let show you tf Milton Sneed Fine Seed Corn Boone county white pure bred seed wellfilled ears uniform and few nub bins maturing early and ears close to In twenty varieties at experiment station at Lexington Ky this corn was most highly It yields from two to four barrels per acre more than any variety we grow For sale by F Reid at farm near Stanford Ky Price SI 00 per bushel or sacked and delivered at depot for 125 per bushel Vanderpoolblock granarytf us fodderre- commended S 3t Chicago C every coal Exhibition 21 s We are making a specialty of all kind field seeds Clover Timothy BlueGrass OrchardGrass Millets and seed Oats in fact we can supply you with any kind seed on short notice Dont forget us when wanting seeds Phone or write us II A B Marksbury Son Ily the Toiflc Itoute The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Billiousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic Sold by R E McRoberts lm A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A speci lie for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve in my fami ly for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every fam ily should keep it on hand Sold by R E McRoberts lm Pleanuut and Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucous membrane right where the cough troubles in the throat or deep seated on the lungs Sold by R E Mc Rooerts lm A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of indigestiou Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins of Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble 1 was afflicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest any quantity of all the whole some food you want to cat while your stomach takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepa ration is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm acta con- stipatIOn S harmless To Business Community We extend the accotno lotions ofa Strong and Equipped Ijank of I3rantsvi11c I Ijr antsville IentuekI Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkin and raise BIG CROPS Sole Agents American Field Fence Mount Elkin J The L11e11 Th4ljank I fort T Natures Great Invention i JT p I Jrr J ji c I On de banks ob de Amazon far away far away VUar Dr Green gits August Flowers to dis day Ah dose in in ole Brazil Au 1se a Yankee ah longs to be dar still qAugust Flower is the only medicine free alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal natures of digestion and ab and rebuilding by ALL irregular or unnatural causes which and natural processes and result in affections causing appendicitisstoppage of the gall foods nervous headache and other complaints such as etc t Flower is natures ulator Two sizes 250 750 All druggists Old Sol has ventured out several times but after a peep at the rain soaked earth quietly tucked tail and sneaked behind a cloud PUBIC SALE Having sold my farm I will on March 2i 1105 sell to the highest bidder the following named property 1 jersey cow giving milk 5 shoats weight about 100 Ibs 1 brood sow pigs in April 25 bbls corn In shuck 20 bales timothy hay some loose hay 1 buggy and harness set of tugs and hames for spring wagon 2 of plow gear 1 turning plow 2 shovel flows 2 mens saddles f sides of ba con beds and bed clothes household and kitchen furniture too to mention Sale begins at 10 oclock a in sharp Am Bourne auctioneer Thomas Stone REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BAN OF LANCASTER KY AT Loans and discounts i Overdrafts secured slid unsecured ill SO IT S buds to secure circulation M000 00 Stocks securities etc S63S5 6- 0Baukinehousefiimitiireandiixtnres 7000 00 lIne from National Banks lot reserve agents 527 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from reserve agents Checks and other cash items i 00 Notes of other National Banks 1010 00 Fractional paperciirrcncynlckelscts 90 13 LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 0595 00 Legaltender notes 8500 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer circulation 2500 00 Total V LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1450i 40 Notes Outstanding 50000 00 Due to Other ItaliCs 137 Due to State Banks and hankers Individual deposits subject tocheck IMiJKXi 41 Certified checks 250 CO STATEOF OFGARRARDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thls20th day of March 1905 R KINNAIRD Public Commission expires January 13th BIOS CORRKCT Attest i 7 5 S 15 3 sorptionfor perfect intestinal intendedreg KI The Close 1905 RESOURCES SI li81 42 15roj 00 3 1 oooo 00 Nat 2s 42 Total IBmII KENTUCKY COUNTY ticked constipation iuiinei otis OF TIlE ofBlliuosIIck 14 7107 9 6 S U A C ROBINSON- W II KlNNAIKD A R DENNY II I Directors That vhitey isli yoii put pn my fence all washed oft during last shower expostulated the irate Mr Smith Wall Foh de Lawds sake You dont expect to get a rain coat foh a dollah does yah replied the colored man Puck Adapted Thats the best I can do for you said the theatrical manager youve been resting all the season so far now will you continue doing nothing or take this small part Ill take it replied the comedian a small role is better than a whole loaf Cassells Discouraging Did you ever long for death asked the soulful young man of the practical young woman It was the fourth long call he had made on her that week and she was sleepy Whose death do you mean she asked in a dry discouraging tone Cas sells Hard to Believe Mrs DeMilnor has a wretched display of hats this season Mrs didnt buy there thenMrs Why actually there were several hats in her shop that I didnt try on even Maid An Analysis of Motive That politician speaks very of you Well answered Senator Sorghum it must be for one of two reasons He wants a favor or else he wants to lull my suspicions and catch me oft my about something Washington Colonel Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter lie says I was nearly dead of these complaints and al though I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I t t a bottle of your great Eletric Bitters which cur ed me I consider them the best on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Rilliousncss and Kidney disease by R E Mclloberts druggist at oOc a bottle 1m REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business March 14 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 141430 S3 Overdrafts secured anil unsecured SSI as U S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 Stocks securities etc IsO 00 furniture and fixtures 500000 Due from National Bunks not Re serve Aeentsl 20516 CO Due to State Banks and Bankers 109S 51 Due from approved reserve agents 05100 C- SChecksand other cash items 101 93 Notes of other Natlonalltanks 875 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 38 CO LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN hess viz 007S50 Legaltender notes 3Ci 00 13701 50 Redemption fund with U S 5 per cent of circulation WOO 00 TOTAL su Capital stock paid lu 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes liNational Bank notes oiitstiiHiiiij 4WUO 00 Due to other National B nci 35Ji 55 Duo to State Banks and llankori IS 9 Individual deposits subject to check 180160 Certified checks 255 00 TOTAL STATE OF KENTUCKY ss I I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named I batik do solemnly swear that the above true to best of my knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of March 1U05 S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest J 1 3 nlits facetious SmartMadam DresserYou SmartBuy onceTho flatter- Ingly guard tar rile 50e med- Icine OF TIlE Citizens National BanK I Treasurer LIUHIITmS 50000 Ill Jror 15 COUNTY OF GARIIARD I UlftsQLltt SI statement is lOu I L Y T M ARNOLD J J WALKER I LEA YELL I Directors Sg HgKS 3xSx s3 KSxS sxs I Electrician 5OO7 I Sire of Midi 211 Electrimout 2rJlf Gretchen 22 Prince 112 l LetaS23 own brother to Grateful 2 27 5 in listElectrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands high Standard Reg lie is by Electioneer 125 sire of ICG dams of 125 he by Hambletonlan 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah I sire of 3 dams of 7 Kent mare by Imp Bell founder Elec tricians 1st dam Rebeeca dam 217 Rexford 224 Kussenole 230 etc Rebecca Gen lieutou 1751 sire of 21 dams of GS he by Jim Scott 830 sire of 2 Lady Ben ton by Grays Hainbeltonian 10 Second dam dam of Bell Idella 230 and Chimes Bell sire of Van dti09 Abdallnh Star Third dam Emma Mills dam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 Electrician is a royalbred horse fine style and action with great He a horse that posses great speed and gameness although his record is 224 he repeatedly showed 215 A number of his get has roadsters from 300 to 1500 As most of his colts are beauties with fine action style and size I can recommend him as a great stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and same as Clay King at the fee of FIPTBEIN DOLLARS Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34Sire of Dick Wilson 2 OS The King Malice C 2 173 Tom 1hair 21 Nellie Bruce Clay Wilkes Jr21 Dalsey M 31 The Guard 22 The Raven 220 Justin M Dorado 227 and eight others with records of betterthan 30 all trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By King Clay Sire of Miss Lida 21 Marble J14 Claymore 21Eola 2194KIugbrlno22o Voc 2ri5U Edgar 2r2SK Queen etc 1 dam Amy 22014 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay KIng2 27 and granddam of Maid 2131 4 Sire 211 il St Patrick 2 Xt othere sous have sired 175 and laughters have produced Dick 212 Strongwood 212JiHomestake 214 etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletoula 10 Dam of Amy 38 142 and cf 2 sire of George ElectioneerHappy Medium Harold etc Jenny by Young Bacchus King Clay 591Sire of Clay King Is a son of Harry Clay 45 dam Modesty 221 by Tom Wodder 147 2 dam Star American Star 143 dam by Em DurocClay with kind of stud opportunities would today be In the first fight of successful of extreme speed career is practicallyjust begun and there is not a the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what hasnever been done by the produce of any horse theyhave seen his step In 14 second thensell for startling prices have seen his older representa tires show as speed gameness and genuine race horsequalities as those of any ever quartered In Kentucky Clay King will make the season of 1905 at the feed andsale stable of W B Burton In Lancaster at the low price Of TWELVE OOItK3 and FIFTY CENTS to Insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to se cure the payment of the season Alt care will be taken toprevent accidents to stock intrusted to our care but should occur we will not be respodslble for the same W BJ urton ff 1 x j x Race Record 224 14 Arlana 2 r she by I 210 i1O 594 Clay St 22011 Sprague IO f sire of Wilkes 1 dam t and sill 221 Is 220 dam of by asam r I k L tMSff rtlf Mtlt 1dt- i ReSlorC4110 GOOd lIe Uft A woman born blind never appreciates the real loss woman who has been an invalid all her life does not fully realize the loss she sus tains But a young woman in the very springtime of life who loses her health knows to the full her own deprivation Dreams of home and husband all vanish when the shadow womanly illhealth falls across them It is no wonder then that a woman is glad to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion when it has been the means of restoring her to good health Thousands of women offer this tribute of praise to Favorite Prescription has cured them of backache nervousness sleeplessness etc bv curing time womanly diseases I t i i off t it oft i t t Listen at This Mr C T Grimes an expert trimmer was called to Madison County by J W G rider to prune his peach and apple orchard of 1100 trees Mr Grimes went up on the live oclock train com inenced trimming and in six and one half days pruned the 1100 trees J W W II FOR Monday April 24 1905 Reinj the first day of the April Term of the Garrard County Court I will between the hours of 0 oclock A JI und oclock I M in front of the Court House door In Lancaster Ky sell at Public out cry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay Taxes 194 costs and penalty As fust as payments lire made the names will disappear Ths amount set oppo ste each name includes Taxes fi percent Pen ally and Costs of Advertising owing by each of sail delinquents LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT XO 1 Austin Leon 125 acres 54 00 Doty E K acres i Huffman Forest 23 acres 6 SO Percfll Susan 77 acres 1025 Philips Jim 14 acres 4 ir Simpson J L1S7J acres 2195 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT No 1 Adams town lot Anderson Hampton 1 town lot 7 8Ti Bell Win 1 town lot 5 Blanks Jane 1 town lot 415 Burdett Hob 7 acres fi 2T Burnside Mary 1 town lot 520 BB Lodge 3 town lots C 70 Fish Boyce 1 acre 493 Gill Ellen 1 town lot ft Ki Harris John 1 town lot lliatt Seymour town lot 520 Hiidgeus Mary 1 town lot 3 C5 Jennings Louis l town lot Jones James 1 town lot 5 2D- Leavel Znck 10 acres 11 05 Leavell George 1 town lot 4 G- 5McRoberts Mandy 1 town lot 2 85- Middleton Bob 1 town lot 495- Middletou Ed 1 town lot Miller Jim 1 town lot A 05 Miller Alex 2 town Jot 895- Myers Jesse 1 town lot 5 20 Palmer Sis 1 town lot 415 Robinson Harve 1 town lot 3 10 Salter heirs 1 town lot 3 CO Salter Caleb 1 town lot 5 75 Taylor Lusy 1 town lot 4 15 Ware Joe 1 town lot C 80 BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT No 2 Ball John 50 acres 300 Boner Mary acres 3 10 Broughton Andy C acres 4 80 Dunn Theo 3 acres 2 75 Early Willie 2 acres C 45 Hudson II G 212 acres 37 55 Johnson J C 3 acres 4 CO Preston Sirs Susie 1C acres C SO Roberts limiter 7ti acres Sherrow Mrs Sallie 1 acre 290 Woods Rich 4 acres 415- BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT No 2 Allen acres C 495 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre Cegar Win 1 acre 405 Cochran Frank 4 acres 510 Cochran Henry 8 acres 445 David John 1 acre 430 Dunn Tom I acre 445 Dunn Louis I acre 470 Embry Henry 2 acres 480 Graves Mat 1 acre 315 Jacksou Harry 1 acre 3 80 Kennedy Peter Ijicre v 4 1C Leavell Louis 1 acre Roach Lucy 3 acres 390 Ready Cyrus 1 acre Smith Ben 1 acre 415 Simpson Geo 4 acres 7 CO Smith John 4 acres 4 sii Torrance Jane J4 acre Warrln Julia 1H acres Withers Ceo 1 acre 4 05 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT Burton John X R 2C acres 7 30 David Riley acres 2 80 Irvine John 4 acres 4 80 Kelly Sam 1 acre 4 70 Murphy Wm 2 acres 4 a Powers Mary B 151 acres 48 50 Ray Mike 5 acres c 95 Simpson J L 1 acre 5 20 BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT NoS Kennedy Mary 1 acre 2 45 PAINP LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO 4 Aldridge Diet C acres H 50 Bird Green 5acres 4 15 Bird Mack 40 acres 5 70 67 acres 575 Carpenter Dave Mrs 50 acres 3 10 Davis I II 8 acres 6 31 Hicks Charley lOOncres 5 7 Halcomb John 36 acres 5 I 1f Jot tfJI ttTItJ Ir Grider Grider Sheriffs Sale TfX S ON I 9 41 1 4 90 5 iO 500 5 i5 C5 20 80 GeorgeS 10 4 35 2 to m 70 No3 Cambell Wm I l etc 4 15 4 If which cause these ailments irregularity debilitating drains inflammation ulceration and female weakness I have taken six bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes 4 Miss M of Orilla Sitncoe Co Ontario and two of the Pleasant Pellets as you advised for congestion of uterus ovaries and weakness and can safely say that has been the means of restoring me to good which I had not had for over three years your medicine I thank very much for kind and prompt attention to my letter asking advice Sick women especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All g correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confiden tial Address R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Tho Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser paper cover is sent froa on receipt of 21 onccsnt stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo ft Y t i t t ti z 03 it p 3 i t I I Issues Simon Co acres 2 72 Koehler E L 127 acres 4020 McCulIum Hrs 40 acres 2 5 Murphy Lydia 23 acres E 20 Myers W A 1U acres 45 10 Ralston W II 1 acre S 95- Robards Jno E 1 acre Ross Malissa 3 acres 310- Tankcrsley Heirs 12 acres 2 SO Terrill Oily 1 aero 415 Wool wine B W 80 acres 4 50- Yater Luciudn 1 acre 4 15 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT XO AddisonHeury 1 acre 390 Cheatham Mllo 1 acre 370 Cook John CO acres 440- Denny Jim 23 acres f 50 Faulkner Eclle 12 acres J 40 Faulkner Will 4 70 Faulkner Irvine 5 acres 520 For Pat 2 acres 415- GllUpie list 27 acres 425 Hawkins heirs 1 acre 3 90- Kavanaugh Green 4 425 Kennedy Ed 3 acres 440 Miller Almira 1 acre 5 05 Rothwell James I acre 4 15- Roystou Katie 40 acres 7 35 Yeakey Harriet 21 acres 520 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 22 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 50fttt Medium to good shipping steers 4 50 Choice butcher steers Medium to good butchers Common to medium butchers Good to choice feeders Common to medium feeders Good to extra stock steers 3 75 4 25 335 S 75 2 50 3 25 3 25 4 00 2 25 2 50 2 75 3 0 Common to medium stock steers 2 00 2 75 Good to choice stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Common to medium stock heifers 1 5C 2 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 50 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 75 Choice veal calves 5 50 Common to medium calves 4 00 5 00 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to300 Ibs 5 o Medium packers 160 to 2UO Ibs Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs 5 20 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 4 85 Good pigs 50to90lbs Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 4 75 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 00 4 50 Fair to good 3 00 4 00 Common to medium 1 50 2 50 Bucks 2 00 3 00 Extra shipping lambs C 50 Best butcher lambs Common tailcndlambs 3 50 4 50 Cures Without Stomach Dosing Ilyoiitel Cures Catarrh by Simple Urealliliig It E Mcltoberu- Itc iii ii 1 Money if It to Cure A long stride toward solving the mystery of curing catarrh was taken with tIme discovery of Hvomei In fact the percentage of cures by this treatment proves it equal to the final testsThe folly of taking medicine into the stomach to cure catarrh of the nose throat and lungs has been real ized by physicians but not until Jly omei was known had they a practl cal method that would obviate drugging- A complete Hyomel outfit costs but 1 and consists of a neat pocket in haler that can be used anywhere with out attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle cf Hyomei Ex tra bottle of Hyomei cost but 50c Breathing Hyomei through the every partical of air that enters the nose throat and lungs Is charged with a healing balsam that soothes and allays all irritation kills the ca arrhal germsand enriches the blood with additional ozone R E McRoberts has so much faith in power of Hvomei to cure catarrh that he is selling it under his personal guarantee to refund the money if itt does not give positive 5 iO acre 5 5 450 600 Fails stomach Inhaler I 12 acres OIl 4 OO y r KodoN t15 I The National Bank c OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STOKMES Vice Prest 2 S C DENNY Cashier v Ass tCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0Q DIRECTORS Eaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson g JoSh E Stormes W II KInnaird Those new PHOTOGRAPHS I that are being made at the I Fess Branch Studiocertainly best ever They cant be equaled any where Not Hard to Buy but Hard to Forget Every piece of work sure to please Mr Pettus Vebster one of the finest experts in the South will be at the Studio every j 3 I g j ij I T V V Q Q Q0Q0Q0 Q000000000000000 I493 o C o J F Robinson O O O O O O O O O O O O O O r n m 1 Have Yt seen hi are ti I FRIDAY of each week Come in and let him take your picture If pleased tell your friends Remember he comes on 1 I wE= R Kinnaird INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine National Hartford Coimeticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob North British Merchaiitilee ReDresentinFolloWlll GOIDDaniBS Una Lift Ins Co gf Hartford Cooll II WITH II New Discovery FOR c Ore Kintzs ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon purpose whatever as we will prose cut all offenders to the fullest extent of the law j warn- Ing r Jas R Henry II C Miller W R Cook Mrs Gill W S Ferguson W L Lawson P D UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood OOCOC CCOOCCO I I I o4G 1p DYSPEPSIA CURE r DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 trial which sells for 50 cents PREPARED OIlLI AT THE LABORATORY o- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 5 bottle contaIns 255 tlms the sIze 0 1 for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E Lancaster KyI Ask ROBERTSJYJ A o COUCHAND CURE THE ILUS Sj JJ I ki L L THE Price Free Trial I SOe 100 r All of the work is It is easy to oper ate rapid and durable It will do any work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue UflderwoodTypewriterCo Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky I I The X i visible First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky OOC 5 I FAVORITE R oouoQoQo 1JIERCES FOR WEAK WOMEN i Jb Sffi Friday Y Most Select and Largest Yielding Sorts I Mammoth Red Gob White Dent The lairat yielding and most lai e Corn offered GOLDEN KINGThe early large yellow of other for list and prices and BLUE RIBBON SEEDS AWARDED luLls XEIIAL ST Sorts 1904 Largest stocks of Vegetable and Flower Seeds Rape Grass and Clover Seeds Seed Potatoes Cow Peas Soy limos Millet etc DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmei LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY U Fullstocks superior sorts Write Crops Are always the most economiQllo use Sorghum i f best your I j Folcys Honey and Tnt not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re suits from a cold j There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if FoSays Honey and Tar is 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 have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foeys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your langs Remember tbe name Foleys Honey and TaP and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foieys Honey and Tar that costs i you no mare and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said Ho Had Consumption E H Jones 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 yj pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a j friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave me J so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any j trouble with my threat or lungs since that time 3j Three 50c 100 The SO cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD RECOMMENDED BY j For sale bv CC Stormes j Protect Yourself Against Germs When the stomach and digestive or cans are weak the food does not di gest and there is a sour slimy mass making it an ideal spot for the disease germs to multiply The only way to protect yourself against disease germs is to strengthen the stomach and digestive organs and Mi is the only agent so far as is known that will accomplish this The ordinary medicine that is taken for indigestion and stomach troubles is advertised to act upon the food alone and hence can give no more than temporary relief Mi ona is a certain cure in all cases of stomach troubles excepting cancer because enables the stomach and digestive or gans to act in the way Nature intend ed they should Drugs cannot digest the food they simply decompose it If you suffer with distress after cat ing pains in the hfnl chest sides and back belching of gas and food bad taste in the mouth dix ziness or vertigo heartburn variable the use of Mio na There is no liquid no alcohol no spoonful doses with Mi 01111 J list one simple tablet out of i fifty cent box before eating and your stomach will soon become so strong anti healthy that you will be germ proof I Ask U E McKi jcrts to show you j the guarantee under which he sell o na costs nothing unless it cures YOUR PROPERTY with Companies that pay all Honest Losses and do not deal in TECHNICALITIES R KINNA1HD Agt- at National Bank of LancasterKy I I and Tilt il CURES Pneumoni i and r iit I r II- sizes25c AND J E leOllle enl Stssncli JlotLiable UIene I fermenting 0 na I i- tt beedelI I i l i INSURE 7I l iLiysIP4FI oskPffEVT CsDto Viili to Catch 4 undigested 4 r