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FIFTEEXTlr YEAR Youll Never Miss the WATER Iii Well Runs Dry Is the title of an old familiar song You had better guard a galnst missing the water by having us Fix Your Guttering- or make assurance doubly sure by having us install a system of Water Works J R Haselden We are agents for DHBaldwinS Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stock and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors toJA Deazley Co Undertaker L IF I I I I I I I IV r I I AoBeaztey 1 1 I g je I Arterial anti Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill Herndon G B Swluebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Ofllce over Stormes drug store IIIl 1 L R L DAVIDSON Attorney At law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I G CHRIS FARIS I I C lV ir zrr r r irk w r L I lD Dentist once over Thomponst store Danville St J Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1005 Trees by the MILLIONS Fruit and Shade Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb everything ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KENTUCKY W raM 5 7CINCINNATI 1 1 LeastWear 5 E C BOP S 2 a a a a D Ce KSAR i k an THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAKCH 3t 1905 Local Notes Put in a good garden Get out the garden tools Bg crowd In town Monday Hunt up the brush Spring cleaning time has arrived Many pretty horses on exhibition Monday There is talk of a new schedule on the Kay See I The baseball fiend is making his I appearance The lake tilled last week and the overflow has been kept busy Sheriff Lawsons sale taxes is advertised in this issue Some nice fish are being caught at Moss pond It is the old Minor pond The Yeager store rooms were put Monday but Mr Yeager withdrew them at 3700 Several blind tiger patrons peach ed last Thursday and some six or eight proprietors are in trouble The closing exercises of the colored school were attended by a large crowd Prof Murrell gave perfect satisfaction There was one graduate The farmers talked nothing but hemp Monday They now see dol lars ahead as they can get their hemp handled Negro loafers are not so bad at the depot since Agent Patterson waged war on them He has the thanks i f the public An immense crowd attended the Thompson sale Saturday and it took the services of both I M Dunn and Am Bourne to dispose of the goods Mat Siler is doing splendid work as night policeman The order is now better than ever before and Old Slusher is entitled to praise from the people Lancaster has more worthless coons than any town in the state They will seldom work and when they do they want two prices The question of help becomes more serious every day The thief of time and opportunity often thinks he is enriching himself but he awakens one day to the truth that he is poorer and meaner for the Fairview The Sunday School and Christian Endeavor will meet at Fairview church next Sunday morning at 10 oclock All are cordially invited and urged to attend Only Tolerable An average crowd came to town Monday and business was fairly good Not much stock was sold The de mand for good horses was keen but they were not to be had The horse show Monday was tine There is a strong demand for good horses and the inclination is to breed to better stock the horseman also re alizing that It is as much trouble to raise a plug as it Is to bring up a good Overflowing Lake Placid reached the highwater mark last Saturday and the overflow has been busy ever since It now has all the water intended and we will have enough to supply a town twice this size all next summer Several Lancaster Masons are taking the Royal Arch degrees and will con tinue through They are receiving the work under Bro H G Sandifer In the Danville Lodge Bro Sandifer is beyond any doubt the brightest Mason in the South and is beloved by the Craft all over the state Happy Farmers A great many farmers drove out Monday to see the hemp machine and all were delighted with it They are now convinced that their crop of hemp can be broken and see a revival in the raising of a crop that brings more money than anything on the farm We were told yesterday that a machine for cutting hemp had also been invented and was giving perfect satisfaction If the report is true the farmer is certainly an independent and fortunate man Kentucky beats the world on hemp and as Garrard I county ranks first in Kentucky we farmers have a perfect right to feel our keeping Dont Kill Your Town An exchange says If one kills him self he is called a suicide if he kills a brother he is called a fracticide if he kills some one of no kin he is called a homicide but if he kills his town by sending away to buy things he ought to buy at home he becomes the entire lot of tides mixed into one We wonder if people who continually buy goods away from home ever think of the nefarious practice They are help to kill the town in which they live by destroying its business and lowering the price of its real estate and driving out its population Enough people engaged in this busi ness will depopulate any town in a short time I I whitewash I up- theftSuccessAt one theCommandary ling t for delinquemt Circuit Court After the trial of some civil cases the jury was finally discharged on Wednesday Judge Bell is hearing some important equity cases Judge M C Saufley Hon J W Alcorn and Hon Robert Harding are among the visiting attorneys At Lancaster Methodist Church Bishop Burton of Lexington assist ed by Rev II E Spears of Danville will hold services on evening of April 5th at 730 The public is cordially in vited to be present He is a man of wide reputation as a forcible and elo quent speaker Will Establish Chapter The local Masonic Lodge has been quite busy lately receiving new mem bers and the number has grown to such an extent that steps are being taken to establish a Chapter of Royal Arch Masons There are some fifteen or twenty Chapter Masons here now Notice The officers and deacons of Lancas ter Baptist church are expected to meet at the church at 2 p m next Sat urday April 1st Sunday is our regu lar meeting Conference at 1030 a m We hope to have a full Millinery Opening We cordially invite our Lanccster friends to attend our display of Millin ery which will be shown Saturday April 1st There is a decided change in millinery and we will have all the latest and nobbiest designs All our will be warmly welcomed Noel Sisters Danville Ky Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents sold for Mr Pat Dooley his farm on Buckeye pike to Mrs Pattie Eugleman for 82000 Mrs Engleman will move to the farm in a short time Mr Dooley and family having decided to go West We regret that Mr has decided to leave as he is one of our best citizens and is highly thought of by our people Good Advice Dont attempt to ask the editor to write up and rebuke every evil in the town and community says an ex change But when convinced that such duties need attending to write an article for publication The man who is too big a coward to thus express an opinion is the man who will stand on the street corner and talk about the cowardice of the editor Kentuckys Newspapers The Louisville Herald says Ken tucky owes a great deal to her editors and their papers The rural newspaper men of this Common wealth are among the most powerful elements of good Like other doers of good they often fail to get credit for things well achieved but they never on that account relax on dutys fulfill ment The State editor is the herald of the Greater Kentucky Where you find a live country paper there will also flourish the home the altar the school the bank and the business house Millinery Opening The ladles of Lancaster and Gar county are most cordially invited Thursday March 30th Friday March 31st and Saturday April 1st to inspect the most complete line of Millinery we have ever shown at any previous opening We are prepared to please the most fastidious as well as the most practical We are showing from the very latest Taylor hat to the daintiest creation and the smallest orders will receive the as the ones Misses Eastham Both Wise and Timely This excellent advice is from the brainy editor of the Harrodsburg Her ald Now is the time for all concern all ought to be concerned to begin to beautify the city We do not mean for anyone to go from home to do cleaning Let every one see to it that his or her premises are put in the cleanest possible condition This is a duty every one owes the city and to himself A clean place Is a lovely place however humble A dirty place is an offense to nature however So let everyone for himself see to it that his premises are put in a clean condition By so doing he will set an example to his neighbor be sides he will feel better and his wife will think the better of him also If everyone would to it that his prem ises are put in order the city would soon have an attractive appearance and would invite people from the country to come and dwell with us In cleaning up call in the tree pruner if you like but give the tree topper and tree butcher a wide berth He is an enemy to good taste Farmers Dream The following is from the pen of one of our brother editors A farmer had a dream lIe dreamed that he had raised a thousand bushels of wheat and he was happy over the fact Then he dreamed that he sold it for a bushel and his happiness was But he dreamed now that he had sold it to a thousand different people a bushel to each one and that nobody had paid him and he was sad When he awoke it was broad daylight and leaping out of bed he exclaimed to his wife Rebecca I have had solemn warning and I know the meaning of it I right off to town and pay the printer the dollar I owe him on the paper v attendancePastor frIends country same attention larger edand spacious see The 1 great amgoing 1 C Dooley Good Work Eld F M Tinder flushed a crap game on a piece of carpet in his pas Lure east of his house Monday One of the party was from Richmond and two from Crab Orchard Warrants have been issued and they will be brought to justice What Idle Talk Did Every few days we see a wagon haul away another load of old foundation or brickbats from the hotel lot and every time we see this we think of what a nice new building would have been placed there had it not been the idle senseless talk done against the building which burned We fre quently repeat the statement that such talk rullied the owners and very justly so That talk by croakers was the sole cause of the owners failing to rebuild a hotel Broke His Wagon Danville Hatcher the popular driver of the Lancaster mail wagon suffered a smash up yes terday morning shortly after arriving in Danville John the big bay horse that the Captain drives took frignt at a sack of potatoes on the curbing and started a series of leaps and dives Before he could be quieted the front part of the wagon including the shafts was demolished and the driver given a scare He was lucky to escape injury The needed repairs were put on the wagon yesterday afternoon and wili go out on the trip today President Roosevelt in Louisville On account of the visit of President Roosevelt the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Louisville at low rates for evening trains of April 3rd and morning trains of April 4th good returning April 5th The Chief Executive will spend a portion of the day April 4th in Louisville and an elaborate programme including a pz rade speech by the President etc has been prepared For full information call on your local agent or address- C H Hungerford D P A Ky tf New Service to Knoxville About the 15th of April the L N will put on new through train service from Cincinnati and Louisville to Knoxville and a little later will run solid trains through to Atlanta and other important Southern cities The schedule has not been given yet There will be no change through Lan caster save that of the engineers Nos 10 and 11 will be pulled by Bob Gray and Tim Maney Our old friend Johnnie Clark one of tile best in the service will pull the throt tie on one of the new trains Womans View of The Work Some time in April Mrs Elvira Miller Slaughter so well readers of the Louisville rimes as The Tattler will publish a book in which she will set forth newspaper work as a means of livelihood for women as viewed from a bloomer standroind Although she retired from newspaper work several years ago it seems that the ink clings to her fingers and as she writes us Since the flaming sword of journal ism has been put up against me for marrying I just cannot help loafing outside the portals of that Eden of blue pencils paste pots roaches rats and genius The Foolish Boy The boy who used to boast of get ting the best of his teacher has been heard from The same trait of character which tempted him to de ceive his teacher into believing that he had solved his problems and com pleted his tasks himself led him to cheat his employer to idle whenever his back was turned and to clip his days work uiitil te finally lost his position His lack of result of cheating his proven a perpetual handicap and has lost him many a good situation His which started in the schoolroom has grown until nobody will trust him and he has credit or standing in his lessons and impose upon his teacher but he realizes now that the person cheated himself In those precious days of youth he robbed him self of pearls of great value which he will never be able to recover It Is Needed Several persons interested in farm ing have been talking of organizing a Farmers Institute in Garrard and in a few days prominent citizens of the county will be asked to lend their as sistance It requires no money and all will readily agree is one of the best moves the farmer can make Every other class of industry is organ ized they get together and discuss matters pertaining to the best mode of conducting their business and there is no reason why the farmers the bone and sinew of the land should not do likewise If this organization is perfected the Institute could easily arrange for holding public meetings to discuss their Interests and once in a while offer premiums and hold a contest for the best of certain pro ducts of the farm Please that we do not mean such an for of fixing prices on but merely to talk and think over matters pertaining to the farm We believe every farmer will agree with The Record on this and will have something more to say about it In nest issue AdvocateCapt Louisville remembered- by educationthe teacherhas dishonesty no was fo S remember organization the purpose anything A Great Invention Danville Advocate Mr J Len and with a little improvement on the machine that is in Garrard county now it will save the growers thousands of dollar annually in getting the crop on the market Mr Bruce the machine carefully last Monday and feels satisfied it is bound to prove a success A hand ten feet in length was given to Mr Bruce and he brought it to Danville and it is on exhibition at the Citizens Bank It is thoroughly cleaned of all the herds and shows up well StnrtlliiK mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Biliousness erts druggist lm Mrs America J Stone whose illness was mentioned in last issue of The Record died at her home on Water street Wednesday afternoon She was the wife of Mr John A Stone one of Lancasters most popular and high lyrespected citizens She was a MLs Wilkerson and related to many of Gar r rdrf most prominent families She had been a member of the Christian church for many years and was a Christian whose example is worthy of emulation The funeral services will be held at the Christian church to morrow Friday morning at ten oclock conducted by Eld F M Tinder after which the interment will take place at the Lancaster Cemetery Election Democratic Committeeman Pursuant to order of the Democratic County Committee of Garrard County The Democrats of West Bryantsville precinct in said county will meet at the voting place in said precinct on Saturday April 8th 1005 at 2 oclock p m and proceed by viva voce vote to elect a Democratic Committeeman for said precinct to fill pired term of A C Bowling Said com mitteeman when elected will present his credentials to the Democratic Committee at a meeting thereof to G B Swinebroad Secty 2t Fresh eggs 15 cents a dozen cash 3 31 II B Northcott I have a complete stamping outfit and am prepared to this class of work in the best manner tf hempbreaking Inspected National- r 25e at R E McRob Stone out the unex LancasterWm G Gouch Chin Mrs J W Elmore NUMBER 6w Get in the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co New Spring Goods The swellest lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods LadiesShoes Ever brought to Lancaster Now Ready Come See TIIE Joseph Mercantile Co l if J I f I j OO I I1 i Get Ready for Uptodate Tailoring I can show you the largest line of samples for spring suits ever shown in this city Suits to measure from 250 to 5000- We know how to take your measure and guarantee to fit and please you We represent the following upto 1 date tailoring establishments The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Burn Co Chicago Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago Illinois Tailoring Co Chicago H T LOGAN I I SEBE c III Merchant I 1 WV V J IitMrrtM d PAINT PAINT fgr House Paint Floor Paint Roof Paint CARRIAGE and WAGON PAINT IN ALL COLORS 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 I t y 1 J tT f 1 I i A nJ I I I I LINSEED OIL and uu I I A A Vn W n r wAbwiMrw ihAa I H i4lP nnmm rnrnnmm nm r nnnnntnrnnunrnrnr lit You go to a BER for BREAD Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros for JUj11 mj11 U um u u U U Uj1 U Uj11 U Uj11 U U U U U I I LEWIS Y LEAVKLL President J S Vice Prest Roin soN ORGANIZED 1883 The GITJZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ftoooo SURPLUS fioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BflNKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 I in I I I I I I E L Woods I FRY RGGUYN KL ARNOLD WOODS FISH E LWOODSI Dmwrons D L J B J BURROWS W C M COY Commenced Business July 19OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful to all business entrusted to us attention Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance I CENTRAL RECORD Jsslued Weekly ioojev Year LOUIS LAN DRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy at Malt Matter Lancaster Ky March 31 1905 County Judge Jas Hardls Elbert Harris and Sheriff Callahan who are charged with complicity in the mur der of James Cockrill in Breathitt county were held without ball at trial in Lexington Monday All are very prominent and wealthy people so it begins to look as though Influence does not cut as much ice in Kentucky as has been dune for many years For this advancement toward let every lover of law and order give thanks A New York woman found her too affectionate She tried vari oils ways of breaking him of his for kissing her finally resorting to a pitcher of cold water says an She might have her husbands ardor more effectively wearing a red dressing sack durii g the entire day and forgetting to comb her hair Theres always something to cause worry Now comes a Chicago professor who has figured out that men will pass away in a few years and the earth will be inhab ited wholly by birds Isnt it distress know the end is so splendid sign of the prosperity of the country is the fact that three murderers were hanged last Friday one at New Orleans one in Alabama and one in Virginia We believe the day is near at hand when money and influence will cut no ice in the courts The Modern Messenger of God a sect living near Benton llaroor Micli declares that the end of the world will come in 1910 Jf it comes early enough in the year be saved the annoyance of a po litical campaign If the son who has just arrived to bless the home of Gov Beckham grows to be as clever and as ed a gentleman as is his Pa the lit tie fellow is assured of being bless d with friends by the score A New York police justice ruled that a womans tongue is a concealed weapon That it is a weapon no one denies but did you ever know of one to remain concealed Dame Fashion says the hour gla s figure will be the craze this season Sensible women will have enougn sand to refrain from the foolish tad With turnip greens and tree mo lasses on the table who cares what the advise The days will soon be here STONE Mr Andrew Simpson bought a fine horse for 814000 Clarance Mitchell and Iron Simpson have gone to Ill Miss Ilammie Simpson visited Miss Liza Ray Sunday Elijah McMillian bought of Sam Duncan a horse for 865 C S Sanders is having another room erected to his store room Mr Brack Grow and wife visited Mrs Mary A Sanders last week Mr Thomas Hicks visited his the latter part of last week Miss Ida Folger is visiting her cou sin Miss Ida at VVilmore Miss Hattie Duncan who has been very sick s improving at this writing Mrs Win Whittaker bought of Japtha Onstott a horse for 85 00 Tom Hicks bough of Elijah Me Millon a nice buggy horse for 885 00 Speaks Brothers sold to Mrs M A Sanders a bunch of 40 sheep and 25 lambs for 8135 Messrs Willie Lane and Geo Adkin visited in cur com munity recently Mesdames Murphy and Montgomery visited Mrs Emma Posey the latter part of last week Misses Pearl and Jewell Sanders and Oee Calico visited Mrs Benlah Ramsey last Saturday and Sunday The little son of Mr Nelson Dean had the misfortune of getting one of his fingers cut off and another one bad ly cutMr of Winchester will be in Stone Tuesday to put Messrs Sanders and DuncansGasolineengine together and start it o work The will of the late Leander was admitted to probate in the county court Monday His estate is divided among the heirs and his sons Robs L and Juy D are appointed executors The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly methis Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and I my family doctor he did me no good so got a 50c bottle of your great Eletric Bitters which cur I consider them the best on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to Dyspepsia Billlousness and kidney disease by R E McRoberts druggist at 50c a bottle 1m e I UI 41 husband exchange I university million near lone criminal I parents Johnston son ofSpaansvIlle Davidson 1 edme med- Icine Second Ctasa examining civilization fondness cooled b non shaving twill big hea health cranks melon choBc i although tried r I J1ECNA VlHlA Miss Bessie Bolton bas been visiting Miss Mae Robinson at Marcellus Mr and Mrs Ferrlll have returned tom a two weeks stay at Pulaski There were no services at Mt Olivet Sunday on account of Quarterly at Miss Mittie Dunn will begin a se school at Brlghts Academy April 3rd Will Spillman of Burgin spent with Mrs M A Spillman and A T Scotts sale The Misses Vansant and Messrs Chatham Bohon and Meesburg spent Sunday here with relatives Mr and Mrs J B Robinson of Ver stiles are expected the latter part of the week to visit relatives Miss Mary Vansant has returned to her home at Harrodsburg after a very pleasant visit to her grandmother Mrs MA Spillman The Temperance Alliance held its monthly meeting at Mt Olivet last Wednesday night Several interest talks were made McCREAHY Mrs J H Posey is quite sick Mrs Eliza Saddler is confined to her bed with grippe Miss Ida Ray visited at Mr Alex Laytons last week Mr and Mrs D Gulley of Lancaster visited his mother Sunday Mr Ben Ham bought of Lancaster parties two cows and a calf for 50 Pearl and Jewell Sanders of Stone visited Miss Beulah Rainey Miss Maggie Patterson is suffering greatly with an abscess in her head Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye visited their daughter Mrs Forest Curtis Messrs Bourne and Foster of Jessa mine were visitors of Mr and Mrs W K Warner Mr Oscar Ray and wife of Buckeye visited the family of Mr Ambrose Calico last Sunday Mr Will Ray and family of Madison were visitors of Mr and Mrs Porter Wearen recently There will be a Sunday school organ ized at the Antioch church next Sun day at 2 oclock Every body come and bring some one with them Mrs J S Askins has returned from the city with a full stock of millinery and will be ready to wait pn you in a few days Mr Will Lackey is erecting a new store room and when completed will bring on a large line of dry and with what he now has will be an up todate store Coil in and see MT HEBRON Dennis Scott sold to Timothy Ford a sow and pigs for 2o Armster Brumerspent part of last week with his parents in Jessamine Mr Josh Clark and wife of Danville Mr H R Montgomery bought of Berkele a nice saddle mare price 8140 Rev Ellis of your town delivered placeSundayHenry Montgomery bought of Mrs E F Scott a bunch ot shoats at per hundred Miss Mollie Crawford who had her arm broker and shoulder some time ago is improving slowly Mrs Alec Dean and little son Irvin spent part of last week with her daughter Mrs Dillard Brumfield in Pink Miss Jennie Rogers who has been the pleasant guest ot Miss A E Scott for the past week returned to her home near Danville Monday There will be a call meeting at Mt Hebron Saturday afternoon at 230 for the purp6se of securing a pastor for the church Let all members be present MAIIKSUDRY I Mr Jesse Urton of Somerset was at home Frday Mr John Royston bought of Mr Jas Royston a pair of mules for 8300 Mr Smith TJrton and wife have been to Junction City to visit their wjio is very sick Quite a number from here attended the sale or J C Thompson at Saturday afternoon Mrs Nancy Marsee of Bourne has returned home after an extended visit t her son Mr Jonah Marsee Miss Annie T Cecil of Danville has returned home after a very pleasant two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Pollard Mr B K Swope and daughter Mrs Ueo Lucas of Middlesboro have been visiting relatives in this vicinity and at Marcellus Mr John Marsee was called to the bedside of his son White who is dan gerously ill with pneumonia White is at Williamsburg where he has been going to school Misses Sallie and Lee Herring have been visiting Misses Pearl and Han Aldridge of Stanford Tile Herring will go to Paint Lick to the DentonGuyn wedding which takes place April 5th Mr Patton passed through here last Saturday just returning from the mountains with a lot of good mules and 2 splendid horses He expects now to layjaside all cares for a season and revel in the enjoyment of driving his beautiful span of sorrels s 50 d Meet- Ing Bur ln Monday ring Misses I SundayEu- gene 11 daughter Lancaster Fannie J1 Misses attend lees Friday attended good 8i s t tAunt Janle Poor has been very sick Mr John Smith spent Sunday in Burgin Miss Ella Montgomery continues quite ill Mr R D Ballard was In Lexington last week Miss Wadelee Maret has been in Lick Mr John Gallaher sold to Mr Joe Farlee of Mercer a horse for 80 Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav ell have been visiting in Lexington Miss Mittie Dunn will begin at Buena Vista Monday the 3rd Welch is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Deather age Becker Glass sold 303 bu of hemp seed to Logan Bros and Hagin of Lex ingtonPettus Bros sold to Reid Cotton of Danville 100 bbl of corn at 2 50 per bbl Miss Annie V Jennings of Danville has been visiting her aunt Mrs Allie HaseldenMrs Berkele and Mrs Fannie Bryant have gone to Indiana to visit relatives Mrs WJ Hogan has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk Mr Jeff Dunn sold to Clyce Ruble of Beuna Vista for 100 also 20 shoats for There will be preaching at the Meth odist church Sunday night by the pastor Rev W D Welburn Mrs Wm Combs of Jessamine her daughter Mrs Will Glass who has been sick for a few days Mr B F Patton has returned from the mountains where he bought quite a number of horses and mules MessrsJ M Smith W M Elliott and W A Pettus took the Royal Arch de gree in the Chapter at Danville night Miss Mayme Ballard will go to Gin cinnati in a few days for a visit to her brother Master Ryan Ballard who is attending school there The sale of A T Christopher Thurt day was well attended and everything well Mr Christopher and family will move to Missouri in a short time Dont forget to call and see Mrs Steadmans beautiful line of Spring Millinery She can please you in any you want Give her a trial ard she can convince you Several of our most prominent and successful farmers have been styli g to get up a subscription list large enough to pike the road between here and Dix river to intersect the Burgin and Beuna Vista pike about one mile from Buena Vista It is hoped that they will succeed for this would be a very Important addition to this part of the county Everyone shoula be willing to help in such an enterprise as any one can readily see what a it would be to our community It is said that our neighbor county Jes samine has but one county roaa left and this is soon to be piked Will Garrard wish to continue so far her neighbors No we are sure that she wont and in a short time the piking of this road will not belmagi nary but a certainity To the Insuring Public Having had policy No FI 137708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Ky I am prepared to recom mend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settle ments of losses there is none better and 1 dare say few as good They do fourth as some would have you believe but willingly and cheerfully pay you all the indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment com panieF For further particulars in to Mutual or Assessment Corn panics address me M Green Murphy Kingsville Ky HYATTSY1LLE Henry Arnold bought a three old horse for 100 Mr Jack Conn of Texas is with hs uncle Mr J T Conn Mr Dan West of Nicholas ille was the guest of Miss Carrie Sanders Sun dayMiss Meadows who has been serious ly ill for several days is improving rapidlyMiss Susie Wingate of Danville is the pleasant visitor of miss Virginia Goodloe Mr Henry Arnold and Frazier Hurt visited the Miss Henrys at Kirksville SundayMiss Goodloe has returned from Boyle after a pleasand visit to relatives Miss Rebecca Williams of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Sallie Sanders the litter part of the week Brannam Beazley sold his farm at this place consisting of 140 acres to Mr Chriscillis at 5000 per acre Misses Willye B Pierce and Carrie Sanders were guests of Miss Lithe Warner of McCreary Friday night Mrs Will Leavell and pretty little baby of Lowell Is at the bedside tf her mother Mrs H C Arnold this week Mr and Mrs Oscar Ray of Buckeye visited the tatters parents Jtr anu MrsPierce Sunday Mr William Hiatt who has been visiting brother M Hiatt at this place has gone to Somerset to accept a position One day last week master Paul Arnold son of H C Arnold while gather ing toll from a barn loft mashed and bruised hIs considerably llUYANrsVILLE visit- Ing Paint teach- Ing Mrs Sallie B a horse 8100 visited Tuesday behind alossunder Stanford nat deduct one from regard vet j I I his I r old benefit yourpolicy eggs face Corn Timothy Hois and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding 1 SEEDS a I am in the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed you may need HempEtc cheapthan GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson li t i Do You Want to sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We are already receiving inquiries from buy ers who want possession January 1st 1906 also some who want possession at any time from now until then Itcosts you nothing to list your property with us and by doing so now you get the benefit of having it in our which will soon be ready for dis our exchanges and prospective purchasers Our commis are no sale no pay See either of us tf M D Hughes G B Swinebroad Eggs For Sale White Leghorn and Buff Plymouth Rock eggs 8100 for fifteen Phone in eldence Walton E Moss tf t catalogue among Cant Afford to Paint The man who says that forgets that painting properly done is and toe fact is he cant paintHow to paint largely depend ent upon the paint you use THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS i outlast others They are the most economical paints can use because they cover most wear longest Add to this good appearance and you have perfect SherwinWilliams Paints They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it want to house or anything in or out the make the right paint that particular one slapdash mixture for all McxR OJBKIITS Druggist paintsThe is painta housewe purposenot SOLD BY PLt a jjjj Haines Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands tejSffi Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness t Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Pointsg Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can fl buy them in Lancaster i ROMANS ELMORE Dont Put it Off If your house needs it paint this Spring Delay Means More EX and More PAINT We are showing I One Hundred Colors and Shades In house paint alone Dont make any arrangements until you have seen what we can do for you Stormes Drug Store IIt LtI I I PEN J m rn Jt fJ fE1i i o c o oQ o o I I o a D l Ila- I As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a Rreatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it We have now bottled our extract of Vanilla This is made by ourselves from 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 one that likes a good vanilla to try one bottle We are sure that you will be pleased Price 20 cents 120tf Frisbies Drug Store I Jw 916 tf every d Ji I T H Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Viz Are In Mis Jennie West is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Marie Joseph is in Cincinnati visiting relatives Miss Cordie Hamilton left Wedne day for Mississippi Mr W B Burton was In Louisville the first of the week Miss Annie Francis is with her aunt Mrs Annie Robinson las I Hamilton has been confined to his room for several days Miss Ada Dickerson is In Louisville attending the Easter openings Mrs Georgia Lusk is in Bryantsville the guest of the Misses Boner A boy baby arrived at the home of Dr and Mrs J M Acton Tuesday morn mg Mr and Mrs II D Aldridge of Stan ford visited Lancaster relatives Tues dayMr Jacob Joseph is in the Eastern cities buying his spring and summer good lion J T Hays has returned to hi home after a visit to Lancaster Mr Robert Ogden of Winchester was the guest of Miss Allie Arnold Sunday Miss Louise Farris has returned from a visit to relatives in Silvei CreekMrs Donald McDonald of Danville is with her parents aquire and Mrs W II Kinnaird Miss Rachel Henry has returned from an eight months visit to relatives in Edorado Ark Mr and A McDearmon leave this week for their residence at Ben ton Harbor Mich Mr Burton Faris of Richmond at tended the GillFaris wedding last Wednesday evening Miss Hare of Nicholasville is visit ing her sister Mrs McClelland Danville avenue were W J Romans Monday Mrs J P Ruckcr of Ford was the guest of her sisters the New Mason Hotel Mrs and Mrs J E Stormes returned Tuesday from a delightful two months visit at Clear Water Florida Misses Fannie Doty and Katie Lee I visiting Misses Mary and Margaret Miller of Richmond Mr John Barton who has a positicn at Ford was here Sunday Ills fami ly will join him in about two weeks Miss Marietta Crow of Louisville is the handsome guest of her Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Mrs Faris and daughters Misss Lottie and Mazie attended the Gill Paris wedding last Wednesday ever ing Misses Emma and Ora Estndge of Paint Lick were the guests of Miss Mamie McWhorter Saturday and Sur dayMiss Ada Dickerson has moved into the rooms over the Sweeney store room and opened a swell line of mil linery Miss Mamie Ballard of Bryants ville was the handsome guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Saturday and SundayMr Mrs W II Wherrltt have re turned from a delightful visit to their children in Mobile Alabama and New Orleans The marriage of Miss Kate Denton and Mr James Walker Guyn will take place at the home of the bide tLe 5th of April Mr and Mrs A M Kinnaird of Mid dlesboro attended the GillFaris wed ding last week Miss Mary Forman who has been spending the winter with her aunt Mrs Joe Falconer left Friday for her home in Alabama Capt Phil Price has returned from Hut Spring much improved in health and is again punching tickets on the ColdMolasses Limited We had a most pleasant call from our friend E C Walton of the Journal Monday He was accom panied by his bright and handsome son Master Clayburn Mrs Mary Reid sent nd joy into our sanctum in the shape of a huge bunch of violets buttercups Mrs S Johnston i isses Shugars at grandparents r If t Interior sunsl ine i i relatives ofTM I are L1 i hyacinths crocus The bouquet did us many thousand times more good than a cartload of the most costly flowers will do on our cheap pine coflln Miss Margaret Miller has had as her guests for the past week Miss McRoberts Stanford and Misses Doty and Denny of Lancaster Rich modd Climax Mrs 0 T Wallace of Point Leavell returned home last week from an ex tended trip to the Carolinas visiting her slaughters Mrs Dr Todd of Bel tin S C and Mrs C B Bell bf Char lotte N C also her son 0 T Wallace Jr who is secretary to the the Atlantic Coast Line Ry Co at Wilmington N C She re ports delightful Aiiit Stanford Journal and Lee Herring two charming and pop ular young ladies of Marksbury have been the guests of Misses V Pearl and Hannah Aldridge Miss Bessie Yan Us visited Lancaster friends Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hill spent a portion of last week with Garrard rely lives Mr M F Rout of Garrard was a caller at this Friday Ills many friends over the state will rejoice to know that Col James W Capertor of Richmond has recovered from his recent illness Col Caperton is teloved by all who have the pleas ure of his acquaintance he being a man of the highest type of honesty and integrity a true citizen in every sense of the word arid a gentleman in all the term implies In speaking of him some time ago we refered to Col Caperton as one of the few men who would not have to die to have good things said about him The following handsomely engraved announcement cards have been receiv ed by the friends of the bride and groom Mr Wm H Kinnaird announces the marriage of his granddaughterMary to Dr George Christy Faris on March twentysecond nineteen lint ded and five Lancaster Kentucky The InterUrban Roads That the net work of interurban electric car lines which have been promised by successive companies for several years will at last be built was assured Monday by the incorporation of the Central Kentucky Traction with a capitalization of 200000 and backed by Lexington capitalists ample able to finance all the roads The purpose for which the companyls formed is stated to be the cons ruction and operation of lines of railroad to be operated byelectricity or other motive power between Lexington jind Nich olasville Versailles Winchester and Richmond making a total of sixty eight miles Power is given to obtain i y lease purchase or otherwise all rights of way needed and bonds may be issued secured by mortgage on tie corporate property for such loans as may be necessary the highest amount of indebtedness to be assumed being 1200000 Lexington Herald Strike Hidden Rocks of health strikes the hidden rocksUf 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 I 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 hnttlp free 1m Eggs eggs From first class stock Barred Ply mouth Rock fifty cents for 15 eggsPhone4t LancasterKy Newestn Millinery Modes I have just returned from the cities with a complete stock of which I know will fi please you both in Quality and Prices i We receive almost daily New Models 2 and Pattern Hats 8 including many de cided novelties Etc fell Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson j Located on Public Square fover Sweeneys Store Rooms u of Isses Sallie A C Company Whenyourship eggs l W ro m 9 o lIandsom8 lillinel y I I rsY flllliffJJlfllfgl and superintendent oil e o Q QQ d Q WAIT FOR US We will have a complete stock of lUNja MILLINERY ji our notice of opening Mrs JoHn F Lear iMMUUMiMUMiM iMWIMiMiUUUU Win have nrmnnrntnrnmm1rniiunnn nrnrmnnnnnvnrmnrnrmm j rytMng in uptodate goods Wai I1 Lp PIANOFORTE IN USE One at JJeng Falls N Y Is Probably Most Ancient Instrument In This Country Mrs Walter Bodley of Glen Falls N Y 1 piano which re minds one of ancient times It Is without doubt 150 years old and was made probably in England by J Munson It has a five and onehalf octave keyboard and resembles to a great extent the old melodeon The instrument is about half the size of a modern square pianc is made of ma hogany inlaid with rosewood and is brass trimmed On each side of the keyboard inlaid in bronze are two rows of notes On each side of the piano is a drawer pesumably to hold music There is but one pedal and this is shaped like the human foot Owing to its age the intsurment is very much out of tune The ivory on the keys is in good condition there being only one key cracked The is very valuable as a relic Mrs Bodley is much enthused over the instrument and says she will know its complete history in time Mrs Bodley said that the instrument was made long before a piano was seen in this country The first piano imported to this country was that received by John Jacob Astor of New York in 1784 120 years ago The instrument came from London Mrs Bodley has many interesting oldtime articles among which is a Paul Revere such as he used on his midnight ride in 1776 She also has dishes owned by Queen Anne of England and other valuable articles of ye olden time TOLD IN ENGLISH SCHOOLS Stories of Answers Given by Pupils Not Lacking in Originality Some Replies From an English paper is gathered a bunch of schoolroom stories some of which are so good as to have their genuineness doubted as for example the definition of a lie An in the sight of the Lord but a very present help in time of trouble To be received with equal skepticism is perhaps the boys answer to the question why David preferred to be a doorkeeper in the house of the Lord Because if he was a doorkeeper he could walk outside while the sermon was being preached More natural however is what a child said of Eli jah As Elijah went up to heaven he dropped his mantle and Queen Elizabeth walked over it It need hardly be explained that it was an Irish boy who gave the text He that humbleth himself shall be exalted and he that exalteth himself shall be a baste It was a small boy of eight who asked why Moses took off his shoes in the presence of the burning bush gave the novel explanation Please sir to warm ees feet WHERE LICORICE IS WILD Along the Tigris the Root Grows Without Cultivation from Any Human Source A bundle of licorice rough sticks of wood lay on the counter and the sailor took one up and began to chew its end says the Bal timore Herald I have seen the place where this stuff grows wild he said Do you know where that is Cant say I do replied the druggist It is along the banks said the sailor of the Tigris and the Euphrates The licorice is a wild plant in them parts It stands three feet high and its roots reach the water For miles and miles the licorice patches spread and the smell of them fills the air It is a sweet heavy smell In them parts they cut the plants regularly and they use the poor crooked imperfect sticks for The good clean straight sticks they bundle like this bundle ship to England and America Some of the to druggists to be sold cheap or given away but most of them nearly all of them go to the snuff and tobacco manufacturers What for Why to be used in adulter I mean in flavoring tobacco and snuff SOUGHT REFUGE IN A TREE Nontreating SchoolTeacher Brought- to Terms in Novel Manner by the Pupils The boy and girl pupils of Clarence Ashby the teacher of a public In Indiana began to wonder whether or not he was going to treat them to candy and nuts but none of the chil dren had the audacity to ask They decided to wait to see if he had any probable gifts until the new year New Years evening they real ized that they were going to get no candy and nuts A council of war was held and one of the more courageous of the boys was delegated to ask the teacher if he was going to treat He politely answered no Another council of war was held and the boys decided to break the ice over a pond and give their teacher a ducking They caught him and started him off to the pond He got away and sought refuge by climbing into the naked branches of a big tree Procuring an ax the boys cut the tree down Ashby fell with the tree and was badly Injured about the back and legs After collecting his wits he gave the lads 3 to divide among them Plant Industry Bureau Busy Since the bureau of plant industry was organized three years ago it has been necessary to increase its force nearly 50 and it now employsSOO 60 per cent of whom are engaged in scientific investigation and its appli cation to the farm the orchard and the garden Squared Himself I dont think I ever can forgive you for it she pouted You pretended to be busy with your newspaper when I entered a crowded street car this morning that you didnt see me yet there I stood in the aisle in plain sightYou in plain sight Miss Gringo he exclaimed Not on your platinum print If you were standing thereJOu were beautiful sight Did she forgive him Well nV purchased instrument abomination rootslim tobaccobrown licorice firewood upjust hereand school deferred per cent so o Tr1bln 7 lantern sticks go workers a dazzlingly ca Were the Heaven and Earth Made In Six Days It is expected that this question will be settled to the satisfaction of citizens of Lancaster Monday April 3 at the colored Methodist church Rev J Allen Viney who is one of the fore most scholars of his race and a great Bible student has challenged any man in the State of Kentucky to this question with Him upon the condition that he be given the nega tive side of the subject and that the Bible be the only book of reference Rev Viney says that while the aim of the Bible is not to settle questions of astronmy geology and paleonholgy yet through a correct exegesis It can be proven that the heaven and earth were not made in six days of twenty four hours each Rev Viney is no doubt an orignal thinker and in his interpretation of the Scriptures he throws great light upon them The preachers and doctors of in the State are accepting of Rev Vineys challenge A few days ago he debated this question at Cyn thiana before a large audience of white and colored among the audi ence were the leading ministers of both races It is said the effect of the discussion was overwhelming in so much that he was Immediately called back to repeat his argument Rev Viney discussed this question a few days ago before a large body of the Central University at Danville since which time he has been requested to speak upon that subject again at the court house for the benefit of the in general The debate here next Monday will begin at 8 oclock p m There will be reserved seats for the white people It will be well for all lovers the Bible to hear this discussion Mrs Maggie Harris will take charge of the department Admission 10 cts the benefit of the church Recipe to Cure Scandal The postotlice authorities at have been called upon to decide whether the sending through the mails of recipe for gossip is a viola tion of the postal laws Such a recipe was sentasa valentine by one Indianapolis woman to another It was called a cure for scandal The recipient took offense and turned it overto her attorney who in turn the postal authorities The recipe which was dated Feb 14 reads as follows capitals and all Take of Good Nature an ounce of an herb called oy the Indians Mind YourOwnBusiness one ounce mix this with a little Charity for Others and two or tbree sprigs of Keep Your Tongue Between YourTe3th simmer these together in a vessel called Cir cumspection The symptoms are a violent of the tongue and roof of the mouth which invariably takes place when you associating with a species of Gossips When you feel a tit of the disorder coming on take a teaspoonful of the mixture and hold it in your mouth which you will keep tight shut If you appre hend a relapse repeat the dose Inasmuch as there was no violation of the rules of the postotlice depart ment the authorities refuse to divulge the names of the sender and recipient The recipe was signed Sweetly Your Valentine Incredible Brutality- It would have been incredible bru tality Lemberger of 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 25c at McRoberts 1m You are invited w to attend our MILLINERY fti OPENING Saturday April 5th Bf- n ffV- K S- 8I SiLLIE D FILLET I SEALED BIDS Sealed bids wanted on the Grading and Construction of 3 18 miles of New Turnpike Also the Regrading of 4 miles of Old Turnpike Plar s and specifications can be and all Information can be had by to I II Gaither Harrodsburg Ky Bids close A pril 10 1905 The right to reject any and all bids reserved Address all bids to John Burgin Bur gin Ky Also 3 other new pikes to be this county this year covering a distance of 15 miles Fiscal Court of Mer cer Burgin Mercer county Ky ll debate medicines pf Proceede for If Chas F drugstore GHZH 00 Io p I J flJ Y1il seen By I citizens refreshment Indianapolis consulted inching are Syracuse p Q applying constructs din County kentuckyi We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINCES HOT WATER BOTTLES CHEST PROTECTORS HAIR BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE 001 T 1 I TOOTJI BRUSHES J Business and Bargains Boarders wanted at Mr Simp sons 12Utf About 100 pie plant roots for sale tf J C Thompson For cut fluwers and designs see Joseph tf Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Walter Joseph repersent the city llorists See them for designs Wanted several stands of bees Walton Muss Phone in residencetf All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10 tf Lime Portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 Floral desgins on shortest notice tf Walter Joseph See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home 10 21tf 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 Hemphill or Gabe 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 Wets per COPy at Thompsons 217tf 300 pairs Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 cents per pair Thompson the Jeweler Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler tf Flowers come as represented in three hours notice from Ed C Gaines Phone 100 We want a number of good country hams weighing from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson Use Frisbies Almond Cream for chapped lianas face or lips cure 1 20tf Frisbies Drugstore 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 Leavell For Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney All Watches Clocks and Jewelry left with us for repairs must be called for 5th or will be sold for charge Thompson the Jewelers Money To Lend Money to lend at 5 per cent on realty in sums of not less than 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 S e or address at 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 clothing 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 lieu tury poultry food It will make them lay wheu every thing else fails Only 25cts Frisbies Drug Store 1 20 Our Jewelry and fancy good must be closed out before Mar 20th 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 all responsibility Phone 1002t T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a fine line of staple and fancy and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of in the best Charges reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Shop over Wards store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson Flowers Flowers Flowers I have succeeded Mr J C Thompson in the handling of cut flowers All kinds of flowers designs on short notice Get my prices Leave orders with E W Harris Logan Smith U D Walter leading lOt 2t 1 sure Only 15cts I by 2000 m j Everything S C Preston S Possession manner and Pheaton and harness for sale Nol secondhand Or will trade for stock tf Ike M Myers Lancanter I For something new and up todate in the way of sideboards dining and centre tables folding and iron beds rockers mirrors carpets matting and wall paper you should on Tribble Pence Stanford Ky goods for mens wear at my place Mar 24th and 25th Call and have your measure taken by an experienced tailor J C Hemphill 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 of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Gold Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G Har ris who has taken gold medals on his tailor made goods and has a patent on the front shoulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Chi cago Hughes Joseph Agts Best Paper For Ladles The Ladies Home Journal is far ry 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 Coal and Salt For Sale Best Jellico Coals on hand at our yard near depot Close prices made for car load lots Prompt attention given to all orJers Salt on hand for sale Your patronage solicited 3 31 Jones Patterson List Your Property We are now listing farms and other property to advertise in catalogues multi 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 Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster will be glad to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed Fine Seed Corn Boone county white pure bred seed corn A large yield of corn and Deep grain medium white cob wellfilled ears uniform and few 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 1 00 per bushel or sacked and delivered at 81 25 per bushel willdisplay Notice readingline fodder recommended 2t t C nubbins depot for Ward pays cash for eggs 2t For sale six thoroughbred Minorac pullets Apply to Mrs M D Hughes See his 5 and 10 cent counter of which would be bargains at 25c 2t Seed corn for sale yellow and white 3 31tf Banks Hudson week 2t Firstclass surrey and phaeton for sale For particulars call at Currey Davidsons store Mrs T Currey 331 Dont fail to see Wards new Queens and all 2t W H Ward has had his store room nicely papered and now has one of the neatest stock of Groceries and Queens ware in town 2t Pleaaaut and Jlurmle tt 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 the throat or deep seated on the lungs Sold by R E Me Rooerts lm By the Tonic ICunlc 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 cou stipation Sold by R E McRoberts lln 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 Lesbtis Ky says I can testify to t ie efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble 1 was atllicted with Stomach Trouble for years and have taKen six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest any quantity of all the whole some food you want to eat while your stomach takes a and grows strong This wonderful prepa ration is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm atWards SaturdayNo troublesin acta fifteen 1000 restrecuperates To Business Community Itfe extend the accomo dations of a Strong and F anl Kentucky Buy Your FERTILIZERS from Mount Elkin W IIEquipped of I and raise The Ijank Th4 i3rdntsvi11 q- Ijrgantsville I I BIG CROPS I ISole Agents for American Field Fence Mount Elkin Ii DOIT TODAYI I I And think that ten months I looked like this I owe it to German Syrup qThe timeworn Never put off til tomorrow what can do now Do terse advice we want to about that hacking cougli or demoralizing cold with which have been struggling for perhaps weeks some reliable it TODAY and let that be Dr Boschees German has been in use for over years A few doses of it will undoubtedly your cough or cold use a will cure you JKo matter how even if dread consumption has attacked lungs German will effect a as it has done before in thousands of parently hopeless cases of trouble 25c regular size 75c At all druggists It is a common experience that a widower becomes reconciled to the will of the Lord awfully soon Chester Squirrel Will make the season of 190T on my nina 01 e mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up anil all right A lien retained until season money is paid Money due when the mare is traded or bred to other stock Guru taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occnr Chester Squirrel S years old 16 hands high a dark chestnut sorrel lie is the highest type of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kind natural saddle and harness horse a model in form possessing that won derful style characteristic of the Chesterdure family which the world acknowledges sup erlor to all as a show horse He has proven himself a No 1 breeder and his colts are to Eastern buyers for good prices gree sired by the famous Chesterdare No 10 X S H K he by Black Squirrel 68 He by Black Eagle 74he by King William 67 he by Washing ton Denmark 61 he by Gaines Denmark Cl and he by race horse Denmark F 6 by imported Hedgeford Chester Squirrels dunn by and Vermouut known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to be one of the greatest brood mares in Kentucky Fuse Jack at the same time and place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for JennetJohn Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Willington 3rd dam by Importer He is 15 hands high solid black with white points He is a No I breeder and his colts brought from S5 to 90 at the teat last fall T O HILL BUCKEYE KY 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 tic for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the ITarmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve in my for Piles cuts an1 burns It is the best salve on the market Every fam ily should keep it on hand Sold by R E McRoberts lm I ou is generally presented this fO I o ou several Syrupwhich cure j selling Telegraph f family today in is x iled spec I Land Stock Crops j In Bourbon countydogs killed twen ty of R B Hutchcraf sheep T F Dunlap of Woodford sold 15 twoyear old mules at Paris court at from 200 to 200 per pair Senaton J Bailey of Texas paid for onefourth of an acre of land in Fayette county last week his farm The farmers and planters of Robert son county Tenn have raised 6185 with which to erect a warehouse at Springfield in which to store their until a fair price can be realized The Woodford Sun says Ball sold 1700 bushels of wheat to J W Newman at 115 per bushel This is the fifth year the Balls have held their wheat and four out of five times they have made good money by holding According to the crop report Issued Friday by the Agricultural the percentage of wheat re maining in the hands of the farmers is 201 or 111000000 bushels of coin 38 7 per cent or 954000000 bushels of oats 388 per cent or 347000000 bushelsIt that an Indian of threshlag machinery has received an order for a complete be sent to Spain and that it is the first time the Spaniards have ever tried modern machines for getting their grain out of the straw The outfit will be given a test in the presence of the king The Wisconsin Legislature has a bill before it regulating corn shredders The bill provides that the shall be so constructed that the stands six feet from the iron toothed roller which draws the fodder into it There are hundred arm less men in the state made so by these Paragon Day Horse 16 hands high by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam OncMii 217 by Florida 182 grandam of Grace Bond 209 2nd dam Lady Ham by Hambrino 820 dam of Hawthorne 2OGJi Ed Winter 212 1 etc 3rd dam Wally by Ashland 47 4th dam Brittou by Mambrino Britton 5th darn Kit by Sir Walter Jay Bird 50CO sire of Hawthorne 2OGJf Allcr Early Bird 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others by George Wllks 5ls dam Lady Frank by Mambrino Paragon is a very handsome individual of fine conformation size and style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Jay Bird is one of the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds ou is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 250 standard performers including Locauda 203 Susie J 20fi4 Jay McGregor 207i4 Eagle Flaulgan 201 and many other 210 performers while Paragons dam Oneida 2i7 is the grand dam of Grace Bond 2 09 the greatest racing 3yearold the trotting turf his ever seen and hula second dam Lady Ham of Hawthorue206J Ed Winter 2124 etc You will see from the above that Paragon Is one of the best bred horses living and there is no reason why he should not become one of Jay Birds greatest sons His record is no measure of his speed as he could trot In 215 or better Should Para gon fall to get you a trotter he is a horse of such fine conformation size action style and finish tInt his get will certainly command and carriage horses which cannot be produced fist enough to supply the demand Paragon proved himself list year to be a Sure Foal GeUer He will mike the season of my stable three miles north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at only Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents to insure a living colt sound and all right A lieu retained ou colt to secure service fee Season due if mare Is part ed with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur StappBuckeye Ky W 500 tobacco Brothers Department manufacturer outfit- t I 2291 4 Sired 4 ton 2tfJX Star i 4 Istbo dam 4 funey prices for bigh IIctIlIg road It lit I I i adjoin- Ing iS5 3 S Electrician 5007 1 Sire of Midi 211 Electrimont 221Ji Gretchen Prince H2ii iLeta2ri3 own brother to Grateful 2275lulist Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands high Standard Reg He Is by Electioneer 125 sire of lee dams of 125 he by 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah 1 of n dams of 7 Kent mare by Imp Else tricians 1st dam Rebecca dam Bernal 217 Kexford 224 Arlana2r2G etc Rebecca by Gen Benton 17V sire of 21 dams of 63 he by Jim Scott 850 sire of 2 Lady Bout ton by Grays 10 Second dam data of 22 Idella 20 and Chimes Bell sire of Van 7 she by Abdullah Star Third dam Emma Mills dam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 Electrician is a royalbred horse line style and notion with great a horse that posses great speed andgameness although his record is 224 he repeatedly showed In 215 A number of lila get has roadsters from 300 to 1500 As most of his coltsare 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 place 04 Clay King at the fee of Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34Sire of Dick Wilson 208 King 210J Malise C 217 Tom Flair 21 Nellie Bruce 218 Clay Wilkes D Dorado 227i and others with records of better than 30 nil trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By King Clay Sire of Miss Llda 210 Marble 214 Claymore 217 Eola 2lJ iKlnbrluo2o Joc 24 Edgar 22Sl Queen Clay 1 dam Amy 22014 Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay 227 and of Volo Maid 2131 4 Sire of St Julian211 14 St Patrick 2 14J 33 othere tons have sired 175 and laughters have produced Dick 212K Strongwood 212 etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by 10 Dam of Amy 22011 Gov slreof 38 Wilmar 229 112 and Wildalr sire of 2 sire ofGeorge Wilkes Electioneer Happy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny by Young Bacchus lUng of Clay is a son of Harry Clay 45 dam Modesty 2 SG Tom Wodder 147 2 dam dam of 2Sl by American Star 143 dam by DurocClay with any kind of stud opportunities would first of successful career Is begun and there Is net a horseman in the Blue Grass State who does not regard him wonderful sire ofearly and extreme speed man atthe Lexington seen his get accomplish what hasnever been done by the produce of theyhave seen his step quarters In So 14 second and sell for startling prices have seen bis older representa tives as speed gameness and genuine race horse qualities as those of any ever quartered In Kentucky will make the season of 1905 at the feed and sale stable of W B Burton In Lancaster at the low price of TWELVE UOOLLAHS and FIFTY CENTS to insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to seT cure the payment of the season All care be taken to prevent accidents to stock Intrnsted to our care but shouldany occur we will not be respodslble for the same AV B Burton 1 I I i I j I I J y jj Race Record 224 14 ltussenole 2SO I I l r 2OJ I The sit 594 2 2J etc 2I44 7 9tSlre by Star Em mon I ie to tp c z K airs i is Ii 221 The Guard 2 2 20 220 I 22O I lila stud as- a Henry F Ware of Fayette county purchased from M A Scoville and D F Frazee the latter the president of the Board of Trustees of Kentucky State College about 8000 pounds of to bacco raised at the experimental of the college Ware paid 14 cents all around for the crop which is the best average paid for tobacco in that section this year Tobacco rais ed at the college was under the supervision of Prof Scoville and Prof Harper and has been pronounc ed the finest crop ever raised in Sheriffs Sale April 24 1905 Bciivf the first day of the April Term of the Garrard County Court I will between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock Mm front of the Court Rouse door in Lancaster 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 19C4 costs and penalty As fast as payments arc toads the names will disappear Ths amount set oppo ste each name includes Taxes G per cent and Costs of Advertising owing by each of said delinquents LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT NO 1 Austin Leon 125 acres Doty E K acres 445 Huffman Forest 28 acres C S- OPercell Susan 77 acres Philips Jim 14 acres 4 15 Simpson J L4S acres 2495 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT No 1 Adams Pete 1 own lot 490 Anderson Hampton 1 town lot 785 Bell town lot fl 85 Blanks Jane 1 town lot 415 Burdett Bob acres 625 Burnside Mary 1 town lot B B Lodge 3 town lots 070 Fish Boyce 1 acre 495 Gill Ellen 1 town lot S 05 Harris John 1 town lot 570 Hiatt Seymour 1 town lot 520 Hudgens Mary 1 town lot 305 Jennings Louis 1 town lot 500 Jones James 1 town tot 520 Leavell George 1 town lot 4 C5 McRoberts Mandy 1 town lot 285 Middlcton Bob 1 town lot T95 Middleton Ed 575 Miller Jim 1 town lot 505 Miller Alex 2 town lot 895 Myers Jesse 1 town lot 520 Palmer Sis 1 town lot 415 Robinson Harve 1 town lot Salter heirs 1 town lot SCO Salter Caleb 1 town lot 5 75 Taylor Lusy 1 town lot Wore Joe 1 town lot C 80 BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT No 2 Ball John 50 acres 300 Boner Mary C 5 acres 310 Dunn Theo 3 acres 275 Early Willie 2 G 45 Hudson II G 212 acres 3755 Johnson J C 3 acres 460 Preston Mrs Susie 16 acres 630 Roberts Hunter 76 acres 2080 Sherrow Mrs Sallie 1 acre Woods Rich 4 acres 415 BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT No 2 Allen George 3 acres 493 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre 410 Cegar Wm 1 acre Cochran Frank 4 acres 510 Cochran Henry 8 acres 445 David John 1 430 Dunn Tom 1 acre Dunn Louis 1 acre 470 Embry Henry 2 acres 480 Graves Mat 1 acre 315 Jackson Harry 1 acre 380 Kennedy Peter 1 acre 416 Leavell Louis 1 acre 415 Roach Lucy 3 acres Ready Cyrus 1 acre 435 Smith Ben 1 acre Simpson Geo 4 acres 7 CO Smith John 4 acres Tarrance Jane i acre Warrln Julia IK acres 270 Withers Ceo 1 acre 405 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT No 3 Burton John N R 26 acres 730 David Riley 1 acres 280 Irvine John 4 acres 4 SO Kelly Sam 1 acre 470 Murphy Wm 2 acres 4 X Powers Mary B 151 acres i 485 f o a 5 j 5 bering station personal Kentucky I ON I K Penalty I 00 10 2 i Wm 1 7 5 1 town lot 1 4 15 acres 2 4 4 I 3 4 4 2 FOR- k 7 Monday 1 9 g acre 4 I A SIRING MAN Has the advantage over a weak man la the world of work Physical sirengtfo is made from food when it has been di gested and assimilated There is no other in which strength can be made except from food Theres many a weak man who is unable to do hard and heavy work because the food he eats is not perfectly digested and so fails to nourish the body He has stomach trouble in some form Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It builds up the body with solid flesh and strong muscle by enabling the perfect digestion and assimilation of foodIt was a great sufferer from dyspepsia for over two and 1 was a wreck writes Mr Preston E Fenstennac er of Egypt Lehigh Co Pa Had to Cur think about all that a dyspeptic has or ever could have I also much with were soft and circulatit t and slow Suffered greatly front cold bands and feet At last I came across an advertisement of Dr Pierces and I tried Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets I used of the Pellets and ten bottles of the Discovery which brought me back to my state health If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine claimed to just as gcod but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing The sluggish liver is made active by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets SJa way painsI Muscles roor abo t U bet s Gold bricks are most numerous in the matrimonial market Call a woman along in years an name and a warm spot will be found in her heart long after she is dead Ray 5K acres C 9 Simpson J L t acre 5 2t BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No 3 Kennedy Mary 1 acre 24 IAIXT LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO Aldridge Dick C9 acres 14 W Bird Green 5 acres 41 Bird Thick 40 acres 5 7 Cam bell WmWacrex 57 Carpenter Dave lies 50 acres 3 l Davis L II 8 acres G 3U Hicks Charley 100 acres 5 7 Halcomb John 36 acres 6 2 Issues Simon Co acres 2 71 Koehler 127 acres 40 2C McCullum lies 40 acres 2 5f Myers W A 131 acres 45 1C Ralston W H 1 acre S C5 Robards Juo K 1 acre 570 Tankcrslev Heirs 12 acres 2 5C Woolwine B W 80 acres 4 50 Yater Lncinda 1 acre 4 1 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Addison Henry 1 acre 3 90 CliCHttintnMllol acre Cook John CO acres 440 Faulkner Edie 12 acres 440 Faulkner Will 4 70 Faulkner Irvine 5 acres 520 Fox Pat 2 acres 4 1f- tGilispie Bat 27 acres Hawkins heirs I acre Kavauaugb Groen4 acres 425 Kennedy Ed 3 acres 440 Miller Almlra1 acre 5 Co Royston Katie JO acres 7 35 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 29 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 75 5 25 Medium to good shipping steers 4 25 4 50 Choice butcher steers 4 25 4 75 Medium to good butchers 350 4 25 Common to medium butchers i 50 3 25 Good to choice feeders 4 00 4 50 Common to medium feeders 3 50 4 Good to extra stock steers 2 75 3 50 Common to medium stock steers 2 50 3 00 Good to choice stock heifers 2 00 2 5o Common to medium stock heifers 2 00 2 50 Plain light mixed stockers 2 00 3 00 Medium to good bulls 2 00 3 OJ Choice veal calves SOO 5 50 Common to medium calves 3 50 4 00 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOOlbs 545 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 5 45 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs 5 no Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 450 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 475 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 butcher Iambs 600 Common tuiltndlflmbs 3 50 4 50 Cures Without Stomach Dosing Hromel Cure Caturrli by Simple Breathing 11 Ulcltoberts Iteruiidi Money If It Fulls to Cure A long stride toward solving the mystery of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyomei In fact the percentage of cures by this treatment proves it equal to the final tests Tile 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 Hy omel was known had they a practi method that would obviate stom ach drugging A complete Hyomei outfit costs but 1 and consists of a neat pocket that can be used anywhere attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle cf Hyomei 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 germs and enriches the blood with additional ozone McRoberts has so much faith in power of Hvomel to cure catarrh that be is selling it under his personal guarantee to refund the money if It does not give positive H I L I 70 4 290 0 4 90 Best cat Inhaler without Extra inhaler R E i endearing Mike I li 12 acres I E KodolAsk for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBESTS Lancaster Ky I 11it The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President S C DENNY Cashier J F 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Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky 5 iEIERCESFAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe I 00 bottle contains 24 times the trial sits wnlch sells for 50 cents PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO DYSPEPSIA CURE OIL ILL 1 S o- rE Most Select and Largest K Yielding Mammoth Red Cob White Dent The largest and satisfactory I white Com GOLDEN KINGThe best early large yellow Full stocks superior sorts Writelist and prices and your Crops SEEDSAreAWARDED GOLD ST 1001 largest stocks of Vegetable and Flower Seeds Rape and Clover Seeds Seed Potatoes Peas Soy Beans Millet Sor ghum etc WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmea LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I U II of oth r LOrIS MAILEDFREE IW w unprove seas I i QUICKLY CURED BY and TarThere is no case on a in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs- j Foleys Honey and Tar has cases of incipient Consumption and even the last j stages will always give comfort and relief and Tar gives to Asthma sufferers as it relieves the difficult breath irg at once Remember the and refuse substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparation no opiates Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs N Jackson of Danville Ill writes daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Dana Ind arid Tar cured me of Consumption after I had suffered two and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without j benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar j recommended to ire Its right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first 3 and am now sound and well and i Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people Throat and Lung Trou very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three sizes 2uc 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the 100 bottle al most six times as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale byjCC JE Stormes Protect Yourself 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 0 na 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 iliona is a certain cure in all cases of stomach troubles excepting cancer because it enables the stomach and digestive 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 eat ing pains in the haul chest sides and back belching of gases and food bad taste in the mouth diz ziness or vertlo heartburn variable appertition sick head aches spots the eyes and have a general feel ing of despondency weakness and de bility you should at once strengthen the stomach and digestive system by the use of Mio na There is no liquid no alcohol no spoonful doses with Mi ona Just one simple tablet out of a fifty cent box before eating and your stomach will soon become sostrongand healthy that you will be germ proof Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sell Mi o na costs nothing unless it cures INSURE YOUR PROPERTY with Companies that pay all Honest Losses and do not deal in TECHNICALITIES RKINNAIRD Agt- at National Bank of Lancaster Ky I I HOARSE COUG IS STUFfY COLDS Foley s Honey recordof coldresulting c quickrelief nameFoleys tams IIIy Tar which GentlemenFoleys was doser andonehalf smallsize Against- G rms PeOIle Stsiiinch Most Liable Disease fermenting or- t before E effect- IItli VeaIt to Catch undigested