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SIYTEl Tll rEIR Never Miss 1 the WATER til Wen Runs Dry i fi Is the title of an old S familiar song You S5 had better guard a gainst missing the water by having us or make assurance doubly sure by having us install a system of J Water Works S We are agents for 0H Baldwin Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stock and whnt we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Ounlap Successors Beazley Co i rYoull I If I I IJH S den I Jr I I c I I 1 L to JA I ASBeazicy apt 1 c Guttering 11 A i Jo Undertaker Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 VinIIerudon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Kentucky over Stormcs drug store ali r I Lam I I r L DAVIDSON I Attorney At Law IIOffice over Police Court room Prompt attention to business uJGu i l CHRIS FARIS F tDI 1 Dentist Office over Thompons store at W f Dan n t LHM Hope When leading physicians said that W Pekin Ia had consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Cold kept him out of his grave He siys This great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then 1 have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 1 00 bottles at R E McRoo store Trial bottle free 1m Smithu t of drug lunched M incurable Kin s New J erts 4 LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 21 1905 s TIlE CENTRAL RECORD Local Notes A few fines for throwing qld pipe s and trash on the streets will put a stop to the nuisance Next Monday will be county court day As many tine stallions will be on exhibition a large crowd expected Of course the girls will all go to church next Sunday to hear the ser mon The new hats will have noth lug to do with it Mr W 0 Dunlap is making improvements on his home on Lexington street and will have a cozy place when complete The coal men have sun I got theirs this season Every nickle a fellow has gotten hold of in the last seven months has been placed in the coal mans till Only a small crowd went to Cincin nati Sunday thecold weather prevent ing Another will be run Sunday week and everyother Sunday during the summer The fare is only 8150 Capt White is still unable to return to his post in this oflice few days of good warm weather will put him on his feet again Nearly every visitor to The Record ollice asks abcut the Captian and he asks us to tell all that he appreciates this evidence of their friendship A Good Family Leaves Mr Pat Dooley and family left Sat urday morning for their new home in Los Angeles California We regret to lose this most excellent family as Garrard county never had more people than these The Record joins their many friends in wishing them much happines and prosperity in their new home Clean Up The desires to call the atten tion of the City Council to the iiithy conduction of the alleys and the streets in some places In some places the mud is two feet deep while all kinds of trash and rubbish is lying loose It will not cost much to have these places cleaned up and such a step will certainly prevent sickness in the warmer weather some Weather Sunday was most disagreeable one in every respect A blinding snow storm helped the pinching wind to drive people from the streets and there was not a corporals guard at any of the churches Snow and ice hanging from the ullydevelop ed leaves and blooming shrubery quite a novel but distressing sight She Was the Third Edition She was a sweet young thing and they had found a cozy corner behind the scenes at the opera house during the last dance As his arm stole around her soft mousseline de sole waist she murmured Am I the first girl you ever hugged He was a newspaper man and therefore could not tell a lie so replied No sweet heart you are the third edition I put to press Entertainment at Paint Lick The Paint Lick Odd Fellows have arranged fora most pleasantentertain ment at Fishs Hall in that city on the night of Wednesday April 20 All the ladies girls in fact everybody are expected to bring a box of eat There will be no admission but you can help the Odd Fellows their noble work by bidding on a box Speeches will be made oy promi nent orators all will be made to feel at home and a delightful evening is assured Remember the date and be there Please Tell Us Last week the Central Records for Paint Lick Lowell and several other points up that way got lost in the mail and did not reach the subscribers until Saturday Several subscribers telephoned to us and we take this method of thanking them for their kindness The Central Records are placed in the Lancaster post office every Thursday afternoon never later than five oclock Mr West starts them promptly and when you tail to get your paper the fault is with the mail clerks or post master at your town By the way should you ever learn of your post master allowing some one else to read your Record or failing in any way to handle the paper promptly kindly notify us of the fact How It Works in Danville After twenty years or more of ex perience with prohibition in force here I donut believe that the citizens of this city would for one moment countenance the licensingof saloons again We have prospered a city and a community in every way In fact are the Hvest town in Kentucky south of Kentucky river The three banks have by their January statement shown the laigest aggregate desposits ever known in their history the agragate being 02002354 and that too where there are two other banks in our county outside of Danville and thirteen b inks in counties adjacent to Boyle county Kc matter what others may say the people of this community are satisfied with the situation and will not change the conditions as they exist J A Quisenberry Cashier Citizens National Bank of Danville I ext n buta r cord in- consequence presented tonightEx something- to as we live honorable have n Southeastern now C The Ladies Aid Society will meet at the Christian Church at two oclock instead of 230 The Junior Endeavor Society will hold a service Sunday night at the ever by the children A Good Appointment Judge M D Hughes has been appoint ed district agent for the New York Life Insurance Co the oldest and best in the business See his card in this Issue of The Record Auxiliary invites the members of the Aid Society to a meeting Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock to be held in the lecture room All interested in the work will be most cordially welcomed Attention Veterans A very important meeting of Camp M D Logan will be held at the Mason ic lodge rooms over National Batik next county court day the 24th and all veterans are urged to be present Important business 2t Toe II Arnold Comdr Daughters invited The Confederate Veterans have in vited the Daughters of the Confeder acy to meet them next Monday and ar range with them to attend the Resin ion an Louisville As important will be attended to it is hoped that all members of the U D C will attend the meeting at the Masonic Hall Monday afternoon at 130 oclock To The Farmers As The Record has nod so much to say in regard to the hemp Breaking machine we wish to remind the farm ers that it will be in operation Mon day about a mile and a half out on the old Danville road and we advise that all drive out and see it The gen tlemen in charge are always glad to ex plain the machine and all questions are cheerfully answered When you come to town Monday quit talking politics long enough to see the Pleasant Time Anticipated Local Knights Templarare up their swords and belts having their full dress coats and tousers pressed to attend the state Conchne to be held in Richmond next There are ten or fifteen Templars in Lancaster and as many more in the county the membershipbeing in Ryan Commandery No 17 at Danville The Conclave at Richmond will be largely attended and Richmond is many elegant receptions balls etc The Richmond Templars have the famous 1st Regiment band of Cincinnati while nearly every visit ing Commandery will bring a band with them Ryan will likely take Sax ton Trost so there will be music in the air during the entire time The people of Richmond are never so happy as when entertaining strangers within their gates and as this will consist of gentlemen they will certainly put the big pot into the little one Oldest Track In America The track of the Kentucky Racing Association at Lexington is the oldest ana most historic race course in America It had been alloWed to go to rack and would have been cut up into town lots by its owner a St Louis real estate dealer had not the Pitts burg millionaire coal king Capt S S Brown come to the rescue Capt Brown feels a great interest in and simply for the sake of the famous track he paid 35 000 for it and has expended 150000 in improvements on it As might be ex pected it is now the handsomest and most complete racing plant Its size in America Capt Brown also detemin ed to revive racing at Lexington He reorganized the Kentucky Racing Association formed originally in 1826 with such men in its board of as Col E F Clay of Paris Mr J N Camden Jr of Versailles Mr C F McMeekin and Mr J S Stoll of Lexington A spring meeting of six days will be held at Lexington May 3rd to 9th Such famous events as the Distillers Handicap and the Phoenix Hotel Stakes for which a decade ago the greatest horses in America con tested will again be witnessed and the meeting promises to be a tremend ous success Reduced rates will be offered by all the railorads Human Vultures Editor Ileber Matthews of Hart ford Herald says are perhaps in almost every community a few spe cimens of that enemy of peaceful known as the pernicious gossiper or and female The man who habitually speaks slightingly or slanderously of the female sex has his prototype in the woman who de lights to gossip about her townspeople and sometimes kinfolks and never finds better enjoyment than when in a crowd of her own personal predilec lions Seemingly lacking those chari table Instincts of character which ac cord to every man and every woman the common errors of life and weak nesses of personal makeup they pounce upon the unfortunate and al ways like human vul tures often Interlarding their talk with A spiteful sarcasm that is as vi clous as it is intentional The fact that their unkind talk often reverts heavi est upon their own heads does son the effects of this evil habit To these people word charity seems to have little or no meaning cordiallyIgiven The machine months preparing- for Kentucky preserving directors defamermale absentvictim CIVBM business burnishing engaged C Concave There society nodes file LANCASTER BUSINESS MEN Entertain Distinguished Visitors With- a Spread at the Masonic Hall Good Cheer and Pleasure a Plenty It Is seldom that a country town is honored by the presence of so many prominent and distinguished as have been within our gates this week and as a slight token of their appreciation of the visit the Lancaster men gave a lunch in their honor The hand some hall of the Masonic Lodge was secured and Ximmer prepared and served the luncli In splendid style The visitors composed the directors and officers of the Universal Fibre Co who are testing and operating the hempbreaking machine of which our readers have much in recent issues of The Record The fact that the company selected our county in which to the machine its final test is an honor our people appreciate as they are aware of the importance of the invention and the figure it will cut in the handling of the most im portant crop the farmers can raise TIe long tables reaching the entire length of the room were beautifully decorated and presented a pretty After ample justice had been given the lunch lIon Lewis L Walker the toastmaster rapped for order and with a few appropriate presented Mr II A B Marks bury who as representative of Mayor Kinnaird extended a welcome to the guests Mr Walker then introduced Capt Herndon who spoke of Our Guests in a happy and delightful way He was followed by Mr Jas II Keith of Chicago president of the Universal Fiber Co of that city makers of the hemp machine Mr Keith who has been in our city for several weeks has made a host of warm friends who enjoyed his talk on Hemp very much indeed Rev C M Chumbley was the next speaker and made a good talk on Our lie was followed by Prof ter II Dewey of Washington City whose talk upon the Importance of the Fiber Industry was exceedingly interesting He gave facts and figures which proved the importance of fiber and what it is worth to the raiser Prof Dewey was followed by lIon W I Williams who gave a splendid talk on Our County Then came one of the inventors of the machine Mr A M Sheley of Chicago wlo gave some interesting information about its wonderful work Our Town was assigned to lIon R II Tomlinson and hisTcmarks were full of good humor being greatly enjoyed lIon John Buchanan of Louisville was then called upon and made an talk upon the Progress of Kentucky one of Louis villes leading business men and Mr Ford Brent a prominent hemp and seed dealer of Paris were then called upon and made a few appropriate The event was far aheaa of any similar entertainment ever given in our city and the mingling together of Lancasters most and progressive business men and the pleasure of being with leading busi ness men from the most important center of the Nation is bound to re suit in good There were about eighty people seated about the table Remember the sale at Miss Julia Reids Saturday at 1 oclock Capt T A Elkin has rented the Reid property on Richmond street Rev Jno L Bruce will preach at Kirksville the 5th Sunday April 30th lIon Wm Jennings Bryan delivered speeches at Danville Wednesday morn ing and at Somerset that night Carlisle is the latest Kentucky town to vote out saloons going dry by 102 in a most exciting election last Saturday The morning passenger train jumped the track at Rowland Wednes day and not pass Lancaster until 730 Rev H N Faulconer who is in evangelical work in the cities came home for a few days and will fill the pulpit at the Presby terian church Sunday A team from Central University played a prettygame of hall with boys Tuesday in this city Dan yule won by score of 7 to 6 The Dan ville boys were gentlemen and played clean ball The Madison Institute Orchestra will give a concert at Fishs Hall Paint Lick the 21st It is one of the best musical organizations in the State Admission Children under 11 years 15cts Stanford Journal Passengers com ing down from the mountains on the day train No 22 due here at 217 will have to drive to Lancaster and other points on the Kentucky Central as the mixed train does not wait at Row land for that train under the new schedule Miss Julia Reid having rented rooms at Mr Clay Hamiltons all her house hold and kitchen furniture will be offered at auction next Saturday oclock at the old home place There are several handsome pieces of handmade mahogany and cherry fur niture Remember the time and at tend the sale as some good and usefu articles will be offered last evening readso remarks Less Gobie I No 11 Northern I Lancaster 25cts atone businessmen busins give appearance Citizens interesting Mr remarks prominent did engaged PreachingAt The Fork Rev C S Ellis of Lancaster will preach at the Fork church next Sun day morning at 11 oclock Some wheat has been plowed under but the stand will be about the aver age You hear of its being a failure every Spring but we have plenty of wheat notwithstanding The flower sale to be held by the Ladies Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The lowers will be in the Evans rooms just below Hotel All kinds of potted plants at low prices 2fc Mary Young a wellknown colored women died at her home in this city Wednesday night She belonged to one of the few remaing families of old time colored people and her honesty and uprightness made many friends among the white people Easter Market The Ladies of the W C T U will have an exchange Saturday time 22nd at the Post Ollice Every thing good to eat at cut prices Easter eggs and candy a specialty EASTER SERVICES At Christian Church Next Sunday Morning at 1045 Oclock Hymn Joy to the World In vocation Hymn Last Hope Scripture Lesson Quartette Memories of Galilee Communion Offering Anthem Life from the Dead Easter Sermon Anthem Christ Hath Won the Victory Benediction Additional Personals- Mrs J F Lear is spending a few days in Louisville this week Mesdames Kennedy and Banks II ud were in Danville yesterday Rev II N Falconer and family of Oregon are visiting the family of Mr W B Mason Miss Bettie Broaddus is assisting Mrs Lear in her millinery parlor this season Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor left for New York to visit her brother Mr Ben Letcher Master Hudson Frisbie gave a birthday party Wednesday The home was beautifully lie was the recipient of remembrances Little Hudson is one of our most popular and bright young men 1he afternoon was onc of great pleasure to the little guests 2t J F yesterday handsome decorated numerous exhibited Mason evening f NUMBER Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Special Sale OF SSESHOSE Sizes 5 to I 2 prs 25c Stockings for 35c m 3 prs 25c Stockings for 50c Beginning Saturday morning we will sell 150 dozen pairs pretty stockings at above prices as long as the lot lasts Come early so you will not miss these bargains Time prettiest line of 1 Spring Dress Goods I Ready Made Under 1 wear Shoes Etc ever brought to Lancaster 1H Remember we have no fake sales Everything goes as advertised I THE Mercantile Go r n I i Eo I I 9i I I L E 000000oooooaooooo00000oooooaooooo0000000000000000oo ooaoooaooooa t ISx it- 000000oooooaoodoooooaooooo00oooooaooooo0000000000000000000 0000000 j 5 4 substantial y osoooooooaooooooooooadooooo000000oooooeooooo0000oooooao oooeo ooo- r Joseph With Our Suits are the Fresh Spring n JIIt ij I Blushing III NEWNESS I II I grl 131 I IIProduct of the best Makers II II IThe sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for who have grown weary of winter things Our handsome suits are within easy reach of every purse While they sing the opening stanza of Spring our hobby is to please our customers and we shall do our level best to please you when you come in Readytowear Suits from 750 to 1800 in all the new shades and fabrics Our line 01 Furnishing Goods are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the seascn liens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Quality high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to I I I H T LOGAN I V Gentlemen suit ever body let J l- rt our prices on Buggies all 1 Harness before you buy our line is complete Hoosier Corn Riding and Walking Brown Cultivators The best on the market today Sole Agents for American Fence MOUNT ELKlN 1 II J 1 I r f I J 4 JC itr Drillsl Gossip About People N X N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Arc Interested In Mrs J E Stormes was in Danville this week Mrs Rena Voris of Burgin has been with relatives here Mrs Ellen Ovsley Poor has returned front a visit to Danville friends Sirs Paulina Rigney who has been quite ill is some better this week J II Kinnaird is at home again after spending several weeks at Somerset Mrs R M Collier of Cynthiana is with her husband at Mrs J DGulleys Misses Alberta Anderson and Mary Burnside were in Danville the past week Mr Carlton Elkin has returned from Atlanta where he has been spending the winter Mrs 1 B Kinnaird and little son William have been in Louisville for several days The J C E Society will give an Eas ter service at Christian church next Sunday night Miss Virginia Pearl Aldridge of Stanford is the pretty guest of Mrs J R Haselden Mrs Carrie Davidson has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond DrJ M Acton has been quite sick with rheumatism but is able to at tend to his practice Misses Katharine and Lillian Kin naird have been guests of Miss Sarah B Cecil of Danville Mrs Louis Brown of Nicholasville is with her sister Miss Ada Dickerson who continues very ill of appendicitis Mesdames Susan Price and Martha Frisbie have returned from a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs WCPrice of Dan ville Eld Tinder has gone to Scott county to perform a marriage ceremony but will return and preach Sunday as usualMiss Corine Weakly who has had a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs II M Ballon has returned to her home in Shelbyville Time following fishermen are spend ing the week at Beattyville J E Stormes Dave Ross T B Walker J M and Lewis Y Leavell Lexington Herald Mr Wood Dun lap and family have moved from Day idson Court where they have been lit W 1 Huth well rts ljGJ Y 1 m YfY0YJJ s u t housekeeping and have taken rooms at Preston Inn Mrs Mat Siler has been quite sick this week Interior Journal Mr J A Stone was here Saturday return from Liberty Mr E L Woods was here Friday returning Texas where he been to see his wife who is there in search of health local Knights Templar attended a meeting of Ryan Com mandery in Danville Thursday night Keith of Chicago Rey C M Chumbley Henley Bastin J Raymond Haselden J C Hemphill F P Frisbie W B Mason and Mr A Goodloe Lackey who is travel ing in the far west has our thanks for papers and souvenirs lIe recently sent us a picture of a house located ot Tonopah Nevada which is entirely of beer bottles it requiring ten thous and to do the work The bottles are laid on their side cement filling in the crevices and it makes a buildingDanville Advocate Mr Thomas B Robinson of Garrard county was in the city mingling with friends today Mrs Susan Price of Lancaster mother of Mr W C Price of this city and one of the oldest residents in Gar rard was in Danville Monday and her visit was the occasion for a beautiful birthday celebration at the of her son on Maple avenue was ninety years old Monday and bids fair to live until the century mark is passed Around the table were seated Mrs Susan Price of Lancaster Mr and Mrs W C Price Mrs J this city Mrs Mattie Frisbie and Mrs Ellen Ioor both of Lancaster Mrs S P Grant and daughter Miss Eva Mr and Mrs Graham Price and Messrs William J and II II Price She sits with sorrow in her heart Bewailing her most cruel fate She wore H gorgeous Easter hat lint found when church was over that It hadnt been ou straight Dressmaking A lady gives The Record the true statement One must write according to his profession so let me say that if any two classes of people deserve to see the pearly gates they are the editor and dressmaker We have all kinds of people to please or in better words to try to please And then there are even those that think we should work for charity only that we must make an honest liv ing I have all the patterns and material for stamping Mrs Geo Evans all ex pert from Richmond will be with me Thursday and Friday and the ladles are cordially invited to call and see the work at my residence on Danville street Mrs J W Elmore I ling J I The fOllowing r I Jas E LouisLandram pretty home Mrs Priee E Farris Fate forgetting rJy YlIJftJ1 1 j X X01QY1fjJ fj had following Goods We thought we would be able to close the deal for our stock April ist but the deal did not go through so we decided to buy some Spring and Summer Goons Our Mr J M Logan has just returned from market where he purchased a nice assortment of Spring and Summer goods consisting of Plain and Fancy Silks Cicillians and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods Notions Hosiery Under wear Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes and Slippers all of which we will offer for a small margin of profit You will find it to your interest to come and see our line of Spring and Summer goods before you buy The Logan Drv Goods I II j i I0 I I I I 0 Co rg f J I SIt- t fl Q Q Moa airs Q l r r 1 4 i p Surprise Te t For Engine Time Queen Cresent IB petting 111 engine men and trainmen through severe test in the interest of safer better and more expeditions service The maragement has quietly put Into effect a system of surprise tests which are calculated to awaken engin eers to their responsibilitiesI- SSUE A CIKCULAIl In a circular letter addressed to previous to time Inauguration of the surprise the engine met were advised to follow printed rules te the letter land not to rely on the customary practice in case of doubt The circular was headed Eterna Vigilance is the Price orSafety Tin company started it on its secret test Engine men never knew when a would be turned against them 01 when they would be placed in a posi Lion to choose between their own dis cretion and the letter of printed rules The campaign tests not only included the use of semaphore signals but whistle signals of all sorts placing of rear end llaymen torpedo tests burning fuse tests and all kinds of safety signals The time and places for the tests were kept secret Engine men and trainmen did not know when a train master a road foreman a superinten dent or train rule examiner was stand ing behind the glare of a red light 01 in the shadow of a section house A train rule examiner is a new func tionarv The Queen Crescent has appointed one to every division The manner in which their duties are ar ranged is illustrated in the case of an engineer who unwisely followed what he thought was customary practice instead of plainly printed rules When this engineer failed in the surprise test he was notified to appear before the train rule examiner The latter subjected him to a rigid examination on his knowlekge of the rule now TilE CHECK IS 3IADE The engineer passed a high average and the record was certified to the Superintendent The latter looked it over saw the engineer could quote the rules correctly and therefore was correct in assuming that the engineers failure at the surprise test was en tirely due to carelessnes- sIt becomes the duty of the Superin tendent to decide what disciplinary measures were necessary Since the surprise tests were the discipline of the engine men has greatly improved General Manager W A Garrett said recently that he was much gratified by the result In order to Ineffaceably impress every engineer the facts that speed is not the first consideration the man agement of the company has given orders that the words Safety Before Speed shall be stenciled in bright in the cab of every locomotive where the eyes of the engeneer will constantly see them ENGINEER ON RECORD A feature of the new system is plac ing every engineer on record as to his views When the original circulars were sent out engineers were asked to write their views as to whether they thought that the record of a Chicago line could be equaled This record showed 590 surprise tests in one month without a single failure on the part of engine men subject to the sudden surprises In every case the QC engine men expressed the belief that they coulri reach that and now the company is to hold them to this view An official of the company said re cently that the percentage of failures in the last mouths tests was very small and that the system the met up unexpectedly and under condi tions which arise daily was having a beneficial elect Obituary At her home near Iliattsville April 4th 1905 Mary Francis Arnold in the 49th year of her ago passed from this world into the next For many years she has been a devot ed member of the Methodist church In her death Garrard county loses one of her most estimable women and her church a most faithful worker But dear husband children brother and sister remember your loss is her gain There is no bosom so sweet no cradle so dear as the Arms of God There is nothing in this life so worth having as life eternal You have not burled your wife nor mother nor you have only consigned back to the arms of mother earth that which was her soul is in the hands of God In the stillness and seclusion of that cloister she is led by guardian angels safe from temptation safe from sins pollution She lives whom you call dead Day after day we wonder what she is doing in those bright realms of air She is not dead the wife mother and sister of our but gone unto school where she no longer needs our poor protec tion and Christ himself doth rule A loving husband four daughters four sons one brother and one sister her They have the profound sympathy of the community in their irreparable loss In the death of our sister in Christ the community has lost a most estimable lady the church a devoted and working member her family a kind and indulgent mother and loving wife I almost fancy I hear her saying Long did I toil and knew no rest Far did I soar and found no certain home At last I sought Him In His shelter InK heart Who opens His arms and weary come I since then am his and he is mine v B H r lrt1Iti Men 8 tests ofsurprise upon letters certain record ofchecking eternal sister hersbut affection th earthlY engineers ire- light inaugurated survive bids th h r A SALOON SENSATION TWQ W C T U Women of Ashland Ky Enter a Saloon on Sunday with Policemen and Cause Ashland Ky Mrs Agnes I Elfort president of the union and Mrs Dr George Marshall did some clever work March 19 They believed the Sunday saloon ordinance was being violated and concluded to observe the of two saloons Col C J Holt had told the union of work by women in other places and had given them facts about the law The had heretofore been misled as to what could be done They studied up and went out to make observe tions and soon saw men going and coming from the two saloons within range They had not premeditated ar rests just then and there but seeing some policemen they enlisted their offices and appeared on the scene at Sparks place unannounced Dehart the other offender fell wise of the raid and suspended operations Ar rests were made and the names of a number of persons to be used as wit nesses were taken The preliminary examination was attended by a large number of the foremost Christian women ministers saloonmen etc and two warrants were issued against Sparks one on the charge of allowing ten men to enter his saloon on Sunday and one for vio lating the screen ordinance When the case was called for trial more than fortyof the best women of the town were in the court room Both men pleaded guilty and were fined But the fine was the minimum The lodge had previously announced him self as a candidate for reelection but has Nithdrawn his name presumably on account of public sentiment because of the small fine The town of Ash land was never before so stirred Be ing so near the spring election the sa loon has become a matter of politics and candidates are trying to make themselves solid with the people after the arrests and before the trial the mayor issued a addressed to the citizens of Ashland in which he said in part hav ing referred to the efforts of the Womans Christian Temperance In order that there shall be no misunderstanding as to which side of the question I am on I want to say and assure these noble women that I am with them and that I will gladly cooperate with them in every way until the evil is corrected or the vio lators of the law are put out of busi ness I believe in law and order in of the Sabbath and in the virtue and purity of the good peo ple of Ashland I could not believe or do otherwise without violating the teachings of a saintly mother gone to heavenly home whose influence for good and noble abides with me still and admonishes me to higher and better things lie urged the cooperation of all good people in being willing to do jury du yand to testify He spoke of his hu miliation at seeing drunken men on the streets at any time and especially on the Sabbath but said that he was still more humiliated that it should become necessary for mothers wives and sisters to become detectives He closed by saying- I am resolved that it shall never again become necessary if in my pow er to prevent and to that end have is sued instructions to the chief of If the matter cannot thus be reached I will cooperate with the council and the good people in revok ing the license of every man found guilty of violating the law BOURNE Joel Marsee bought a cow of Allen Sherrow for 12 Mrs Tom Turner sold a cow and calf to Brian Kemper price 35 Miss Bertha Hamm spent a of last week with Miss Gert Ball at Mar cellusR Montgomery sold 40 bushels of hemp seed to Morford Dunn at 81 25 per bushel Mr Thomas TurnerJr of the Deaf and Dumb Institute Danville is with home folks this week G W Thompson sold a horse to Sam Morford for 110 Also bought one of James Bratton for 90 Mrs Doc Jackson is at the bedside of her daughter Mrs Sam Morford who continues quite ill Mr J D Pope wife and little daugh ter Bessie of Hyattsville were visiting Mr Joe Turner and wife Monday The snowstorm Sunday morning made us think our winter wasnt over yet We are afraid Jack Frost has been taking his turn in the gardens Mr and Mrs James Durham the young people Friday even ing in honor of the Misses Durham of Marksbury Quite a number were present and had a most delightful timeThe flower sale to be held by the Society of the Lanbaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The flowers will be exhibit ed in the Evans rooms just below Mas on Hotel All kinds of potted plants at low prices 2t Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf If you music bring your girl Ideals will entertain Benefit Baptist Sunday school at court house Thursday night April 27th 2t I Arrests back- doors dyne n Immediately the sacredness her par Dadies Aid u 1 loverof w omen proclamation Union police b entertained all area here PAINTS We guarantee to give you a better IHiTT 022 less IxxCOlNT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I P EYII J i r Who Is Your Pilot This all important question is treat ed by the Mt Sterling Advocate as follows One of thoughtful mind could not set forth upon a voyage across the ocean without experiencing some solemn thoughts concerning the seriousness of the undertaking All may be gaiety as the great ship moves away from the harbor There may have been joyful songs of goodby neverthele the voyager knows that the issues of the journey are at best uncertain He has tcusted himself to an element which may bring him to the fulfillment of his desire or may furnish him with his final resting place Truly it would be a vain per son who could be altogether oblivious to these thins With the spiritual man all of this is true and more too Every man in a large measure has the ordering of his own life Willie he does not know the scenes into which the passing days or weeks may lead him it is his to choose his pilot his to choose whether his course shall be toward the City of Peace or away from it The question comes to us with touch seriousness at this hour Who is to be our pilot is it to be vour desire for wealth for pleasure for honor God forbid that any of these should be motive God turbid that there should be any desire in your heart but that of the bidding of Him who sends you forth Homeseekers Excursion to Michigan- via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May 2nd and 10th 1905 at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillao Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and Si Relens Tickets are limited 15 day from the date of sale Ask Agents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rine arson G P A Cincinnati Ohio tf Lest We Forget The American Grocer says there was a time when tallow candles cost ten cents each and gave less than out twentieth of the illumination for a dollar that gas gives There was a time and very recently when gas per unit of illuminatioi candle power cost the public doublt what it now does There was a time still more when there was no electric light turning night into day There was a time when we were to travel four miles an hour in an omnibus or horse car without light or heat or transfers and pay six to ten cents for what we now get for five cents with light and heat and with speed doubled There was a time when we thought it was a great thing to be able to to a friend for fifteen cents and yet we are not satisfied A Daredevil tide Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries Arnic Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Schuele of ColumbusO caused me great pain Physicians were but Bucklens ArnicSalve quick ly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m The man who goes gunning for never runs short of ammunition heated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E II Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death lie says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caus ed me great pain suffering and but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and never trouble and keep them constrntly on hand since as I find they have no equal R E Mc Roberts druggist guarantees them at 50c 1m I your doing recently 1 telephone use lluckleno Theodore helpless u trouble governing satisfied anxiety III I 7 Most Select end Largest K Yielding Sorts 1 Mammoth Red Cob White Dent v The largest yielding and most satisfactory I Cum GOLDEN KINGThe best early large yellow Foil stocks of other superior sorts BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to use Largest stocks of Vegetable and Flower Seeds Alfalfa Rape Grass Seeds Seed DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT WOOD STUBBS CO SeedsmcB LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY rA I Write for list and prices and your Crops 1wlaUED GOLD JlEDJL ST Long 1504 Peas Soy Beans MilletPotatos Cow Sorghum etc k of all kinds for all t Business and Bargains Thread needles pins socks in exchange for Locust posts for sale I P Thomp son 4 7tf Dont fail to hear the Ideals April 27th tf Nails plow lines curry combs brushes tobacco hoes etc at Wards Grocery 2t Special lot of ladles hose at 10 worth 15c Logan Dry Goods Co Wanted 100000 dozen eggs H B Northcott All kind of bulk flower seeds Currey Davidsons tf Full line of straw hats men boys at the Logan Dry Goods Co 2 New patterns in Lace Curtains 2t The Logan Dry GOds Co Window glass oils and paints of kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf New Spring and Summer goods 2t The Logan Djtf Goods Co Brushes varnishes stains and paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10t Lime Portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 For Sale Lime Portland and Black Cement and best Kanawuh Salt 414 II B Northcott Jap alac varnish and paint to close out for less than cost 4 14 tf J C Thompson Agt Come to see us fjir paint We guarantee it for live 4t Frisbies Drug Store We will pay 14c cash for fresh clean ggs for cold storage 4 14tf II B Northcott Corn planters corn drills plows harrows at less than usual prices 47tf Romans Elmore Examine the one hundred colors Of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Laugh and the world laughs with you so say the Ideals who appear al Court house on April 27th tf House Paints Roof Paints Barn Paints each the very best of its kind nade Frisbies 4t Are you going Where To hear he Ideals at Lancaster on April 27th Benefit of Baptist Sunday school tl We want a number of good country manes weighing from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get our prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore Baptist Sunday school remember the Ideals appear at Court house on April 27th for our benefit tf We have just of boys sample suits which sell very cheap The Goods Co We can supply your want in paint line at hwest prices 4t Drug Store Flowers come as represented in three hours notice from Ed C Gaines Phone 100 2t Firstclass surrey and phaeton for sale For particulars call at Currey Davidsons store Mrs T Currey 331 Pheaton and harness for sale Nol second hand Or will trade for stock tf Ike M Myers Lancanter For sale CHEAP 75 bbls Flour Mill in good condition If interested write W E DeLaney 3t Williamsburg Ky Hear the Ideal Entertainers in their upto date musical sketches speciall ties and character delineations on April 27th at Court house tf For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B Northcott Do you wish to laugh and grow hand some Then attend the Ideal Enter tainment on April 27th at Court House tf caster Store 4t We are showing handsome line of Spring and Summer Silks colors The Dry Goods Co Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 4 7 tf Romans Elmore I have about 2000 fruit trees from the Tennessee Nurseries which I will sell cheap They are extra good ones U D Simpson The Logan DtY Gods Co have Just received a line Carpets and Mattinus which they are utTering at reasonable 2t Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest market price See us before selling Sacks furnished We guarantee our to peel chalk blister or five years If it does we will vou paint to re paint it freest charted 4t Drug Store and at t on and 2t 414 tf at f and at all at roof sunproof and Drug Store JO will very time th Fri roes We want your and business we will glv you e for less money than in Lan of and black 2t tot new price 414 tf n B paint t r gl e Frls es those produce yearn 4 ruts Logan Dry Pant Ynls1m ter value a ody Frisbies rug Ivan C North cott comp off rt It UOE Watch for Ideal Entertainers Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 12ytf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27tf Will Denny Point Leavell Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf 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 groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf We are enlarging our ware room and getting in the largest stock of vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore 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 We are are on a deal to sell ourstock in a lump but we have a larger stock than the man wants so we will close out our vases and fancy goods toys etc for much less than cost for the next ten days Come at once for bar gains dont delay 414tt J C Thompson Agt Miss Eva Roberts of Richmond will be at the Mason Hotel April 27th and 28 with a full line of embroidery material battenburg point lace etc Also stamping outfit and a full line of stamping patterns New designs of all kinds She will be glad to have the ladies call 2t For Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney Ward pays cash for eggs For sale seed Oats Call on J C Hemphill or Gabe at Stone Ky 310tf Measures for clothing are taken in tf Joseph Hughes Eggs tggs From first class stock Barred Rock fifty cents for 15 Perkin Duck eggs fifty cts for 13 eggs Phone 138 B Mrs C A Robinson 4t LancasterKy Flowers Flowers Flowers I have succeeded Mr J C in the handling of cut flowers All kinds of flowers and designs on short notice Get my prices orders with E W Harris Logan Smith 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 orders Salt on hand for Your patronage solicited 3 31 Jones Patterson Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all in the best man ner reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Shop over Wards store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson Free Exhibition 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 paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf 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 of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool biockof the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Ilomeseekers Tickets on special Write at once for infor mation and maps to F SCITWKGEL Traveling Agent W sonsin 407 Traction BIdg Cincinnati O As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster like the best of everything consequently when it is they want they ring up 140 Our Jellico excells in satisfaction it is a great satisfaction to know orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a ood name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 916tf Two hours and a half of solid enjoy ment will be given you by the Ideal Entertainers at the court house April 2t We have just received a fresh of wire fence which we are going Get our price on this We mean business add will sell you cheap 4 7tf Romans Elmore Will pay 460 per 100 Ibs for 100000 bs No 1 Hemp F O B 4t J B Walker Richmond Ky J L Roberts manager of the Opera Owensboro Ky writes Have our house packed for the Ideal Enter ainers a question are asuc 2t 2t v 1002t 2t pansThey DryGoods eggs Thompson ale Charges Milton Sneed limA coat clean Then that buyers 27th to sell house cess II r s Cres- ton Plymouth t Columbia Centra- lIty carload AND Harness Lower Than Ever New Gar RECEIVED And we will give you Big Bargains Come Look and be CONVINCED Remember the place Harness Harness Haselden Ve are agents for Hammar Paint We GUARANTEE t If it doesnt wear to suit you we will REFUND in CASH the entire cost of Material The price is only 1 25 per Gallon R E McRoberts Assets Jan S390GGO2GO Insurance in Force Jan 1 1905 1928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of Issue Payment of prumium the only 2 paid Insurance without request incase of defaultafter the payment of ium Choicebetween Extended Insurance and paidup Insurance after years premiums have been paid 3 In case of death during the period of automatic Extended Insurance no deduction for premium is made I Loans at 5 per cent at any time after policy has been in fore two years 5 Absolutely free from condititions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death G Several options in settlement at end Accumulation period with au aomatie benefit if Insured does not make a selection 7 Payment immediately upon receipt and approval of proofs of death in one sum or in a selected number of instalments at option of insured Privi lege of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in force If you will fill out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life in your Company on this plan for tile sum of 1 was born on the day of 18 Name Address We have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John F Lear Fq u Wt wit1iiS NitJ v 4I I I I I IAA I I I I I I I I Robinson AIiA vw 1IW 6T VVVV1 j J JV rvV4 11905 condition s soon asone premium is Extended one n submit person n IA Buggas W o MMtI MMM I s MM11i01A tM ti D tC Ot Mr M Mtoer MMM HAhNESS- wwwww r wae eae 1 Automaticallynon pr nnnnrmmnrnrnrnrnmm nr nrnr mrr nnrnrnrnr nnrnr 11111 WI11111111JUJNIIUIIWIIIIUUJIIIU11f JIIIUJIIIIIlllltllll e x err u CENTHAL pggORDJs- sineil Weekly jJipcjjipr year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the PottOjficf in Lancaster Kya SecondClaw Mail Matter Lancaster Ky April 21 igo5 That ungovernable desire tQ be pa raded before the public causes people to do only many singular things but a lot of fool capers Just now Millionaire Rockefeller is trying to get a little free advertising by giving money to churches and libraries The members of a certain church to whom a gift was offered by Mr Carnegie are striving with equal might and main to get their names in the papers by Mr Carnegies money All If it were not for the news paper advertising Uncle Andy would not be giving away his coin and if the high Hying church members did not see a free write up they would pocket the old fellows coin in less time than it takes to tell it A pOOl man can find lots of comfort in his poverty f hell only look for it It is said that Jno W Gates son Charles smokes cigars costing 168 each and the youngster is suffering from heartburn We smoke a home made corn cob pipe loaded with tong green tobacco the entire outfit cost ing not more than ten cents and there is more genuine pleasure and comfort in one whiff than Charlie can find in a whole box of his highpriced cigars Editor Lew Brown of the Harrods burg Democrat asks the following question A Williams town woman asks a Jury to award her rive thousand dollars for a good Dye kiss snatched from her unwilling lips by an elderly doctor Wonder what value she would put upon a clinging lingering souful Emma kiss with a double deck hug at tachmcnt One of the best speeches it has been our pleasure to read was that of lion Swager Sherley of Louisville before the Hamilton Club of Chicago His subject The Souths Political Fu Lure was handled in an able way winning great applause and making many friends for the Kentucky orator MrSLerley represents the Louisville district in Congress A Northern paper has suggested that the hen be made the National bird instead of the Eagle Its bad policy to give up a certainty for an The eagle can always be depended upon while the work of the hen is in recent years a very quantity We are for the eagle The Boston Record observes that the most satisfactory experiments Marconi has made for five years are his wireless conversations with his new made bride It may be so but the opinion prevails that Signor Mar coni did his most effective work in winning his Irish lassie in the good oldfashioned close range style when thoughts of wireless telegraphy were far far away It is a pity that the fish liar and the fruit report liar are thrust upon a public at the same time The Ruler of all things knows whats best however and it is possible that lie putsjthese troubles here to get us hard ened for the springpoet season Theres no denying the fact that the always looking bra bargain but Toe unto the man who tells his better nine tenths that she can get a better bargain by waiting until after Easter Sunday to buy her hat A worried father asked an Eastern newspaper to answer this question Can any of your readers or yourself suggest what I can do with a strong boy 19 years of age who refuses to work or to attend school He should be made a professor in some college or elected to a state oflice The old saying about there being no sweet without some bitter is about to make good again Everybody is the balmy weather but just think of the pesky Hies the annoying and the graduating essays and The papers say President Roosevelt is experiencing much inconvenience in horseback riding by reason of his If Ted meets a bear out in the wild country he is now touring the race he will make will soon reduce his flesh Mr Adklnson the gentleman who makes the startling statement that a women can cress on SG5 a year evident ly attended fashionable ball tame the quantity of goods required to make a dress Frightful Siifferliis Relieved Suffering frightfully from the poisons of undlgested food C G Grayson of Dula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the suit he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative prop erties E McRoberts guaranteed 1m Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G 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 Tomatoes and early Cabbage plants now ready to transplant tf JosepliPaulconer as n 4 tom- myrot unanswerable Abbot I uncertainty uncertain enjoying speeches suffering ladles are heavyweight to virulent 25c at R drugstore Gold Harris 10 L not refusing lie asc R w- w er rep 7 PAINT UU Mr A 3 Ham mack continues all Miss Nannie Campbell went to Rich morel shopping Saturday Mr of O is visiting his parents here Mr Sherman West and mother will move to Mrs Pattie Englemans place Mr Wm Lackey has sold his farm on White Lick to MrCotrell of Jessamine Burke visited Mr II wife at Winchester Sunday Miss Betsy Woods has been quite ill but we are glad to say is reported ter at this writing L Woods who has been his wife at San Antonio Texas returned home last Friday Mrs Minnie Jennings millinery op ening last Saturday was largely several nice sales made Young and attended Presbytery at Troy Wood ford county Saturday and Sunday Quite a number of Paint Licks youug folks stormed Mrs Pattie Engle man last Thursday night and all spent a pleasant evening Miss Jennie IligginSi has resigned her position as stenographer the bank and accepted a similar posi tion in Hattiesville Miss Sunday school was organized at the Methodist church last Sunday It will be held every Sunday morning at 10 oclock Everybody invited to attend Mrs Pattie Engleman and family moved Monday to her farm on the Buckeye pike near Lancaster We very much to part with them but wish them much happiness and in their new home The lower sale to be held by the Ladies Aid Society at the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The flowers will be exhibit ed in the Evans rooms just below the Mason Hotel All kinds of puttee plants at low prices Bit IANTS Y1LLE Mr Ray King has accepted a position in the bank Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday at home Mr and Mrs Jeff Dunn spent in Lexington J W Glass spent several days in last week R H Ballard sold a horse to Hocker Welch for 8150 Messrs C C Becker and W L Glass have been sick for several days Mrs Stone of McCreary has been visiting Mrs Frank Montgomery Mr and Mrs John Chesnut of Dan vine have been visiting Mrs Boner Miss Mollie Durham of Artemus is the guest of her brother Dr J II and family Mrs Sallie B Welch is at home again after visiting her daughter erage of Richmond Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington spent from Friday until Monday with his brother Dr W M Elliott Mr Leslie Jenkins has returned to Indianapolis after spending a week with his father Mr C M Jenkins Rocker Welch of North Carolina have been here buying a number of the best horses in this community Mr Hugh Tomlinson who is State college has been visiting parents Mr and Mrs Henry Tomlinson Mr A T Christopher and family left Wednesday for Independence Mo where they will make their future home Mr Mote Scott received a telegram saying his brother Mr Todd Scott was dangerously ill at Ashville I C and was not expected to live Mr Pettus has been in where he went to hear the Hon William Jennings Bryans lecture He was accompanied by Master Bryan PettusThe flower sale to be held by the Ladies Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The flowers will be in the Evans just belw the Mason Hotel All kinds of potted plants at low prices aiAHKSBUllY l Master Foster Smith attended San day school and church Sunday Messrs Mack Moore and Fleece Her ring were in Cincinnati Sunday Rev II L Swain of Louisville morning and evening last Sunday The Ladles Working Society will meet with Mrs J W Woods next Thursday Mr and Mrs J S Johnson of spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs J Misses Florence and Jennie Smith will visit their grand parents in son county next week The supper given by the Christian Endeavor on the evening of the 12th realized the neat little sum of 20 M F Rout is soliciting money with which to build a firstclass fence around the Fork church cemetery Millard is one of the Jest collectors on finance in the country but only those who have been on a church committee know what a tussle it Is to raise and how tight some people squeeze the copper It is to be hoped that those who have friends or relatives buried here will unloose their purse string and contribute liberally to this worthy object regardless of denomi nation Now make it as easy as ble on the committee by meeting him half way or better all the way II i i 4f A T Hardwick countyMrand Mrs Oatly Burke and last betel Mr E visiting attended an Rev C S llr A R Guyn regret prosperity Saturday Cincinnati Josephine Durham attending R II Somerset exhibited rooms II preached Lancaster money Hamilton herein C Mrs Let C B Icaper Mad pos 4V nis i s it JIAXS Miss Maggie Hester ylsltpd Miss Bailie Graves last week Mrs Amelia Russ of Ilamniack vis ited her daughter Wm Conn last week Mrs Belle Henderson is visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Newland at Brod headMisses Lizzie Simpson and Georgia Dunn have been visiting the Misses HigginsMiss Royston expects to vis her uncle Arch McKinney in Louis vine this week Mrs George Conn and children father Mr John Davis at Car tersville last Sunday MrBenjaman Dunn has returned to his home in Marksbury after a visit to his cousin Boyle Doty Mr Thomp Ramsey is recovering from the many injuries that he ceived in the runaway accident near Crab Orchard Sir Ramsey was and leading another horse which pulled him off The horse he was became frightened and ran off considerable distance He was very badly bruised bet no bones were broken The flower sale to be held by the Ladies Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The flowers will be in the Evans rooms just below the Mason Hotel AH kinds of potted plants at low prices STONE Mr Mote Cotb is very sick at this writing Lvnn to Mr Tom Rogers a horse for 69 Joe Simpson of Nina was in our midst last week Mr Sam Duncan ann wife visited in Wilmore last week John Covington and Cecil Scrivner have gone to Missouri Mr Ed Naylor delivered hemp at Nicholasville at S4 CO per hundred Walter Fayne sold a team of mules for 300 and bought a horse for 8142 J T Jackson and wife of Nina visit ed Mr and Mrs G W Anderson last week Little Miss Christine Rogers of Dan vine is with her sister Mrs Will Grow C M Moberly sold to Ed Naylor five shoats for 81250 same sold to William Simpson 3 heifers for 35 and same bought of Wm Simpson a saddle mare for S100 The flower sale to be held by the Ladies Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The flowers will be exhibit ed in the Evans rooms just below the Mason Hotel All kinds of potted plants at low prices 2t To the Insuring Public Having had policy NoFI 137708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stan ford 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 not deduct one fourth from your policy as some would have you believe but willingly and cheerfully pay you all fi the indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment For further particulars in re gard to Mutual or Assessment Corn panics address me M Green Murphy Kingsville Ky PKEACilKUSVlLLE J S Pettus bought a mule last week for 80 Sam Anderson was here last week buying stock J F Payne bought a cow from J C Wilson for 25 Levy Sowders is able to be out after several days sickness JB Hutchins sold a horse to Grose and Sutton for 9750 Mr J L Kennedy has added a stock of d y Goods to his store J P Rogers bought yearling horse from Walter Pettus for 30 J M Cress sold 19 hogs to W H Brown for 475 per hundred Rev F 1 Rogers will return to his borne in Oklahoma this week Rev R F Jordan filled his appoint ment at Cartersville last Sunday Miss Ella Thompson has been with Mrs Brown at Stanford for a few days Mr James I White of Stanford was j with his brother W P White last week Mrs Azile Anderson has opened a line millinery at her home Prof J B Hutchins is talking of gc mgto Jellico to keep books for a coal company Mrs Sam Ballard and children spent aday with her father and mother one day last week J Mr F F Cummins and wife and Miss Allie May spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H C Cummins ft 5 Misses Waldie May and were visiting their grand parents one day last week Mrs Booth Thompson was here last week advertising potted flowers at Lancaster this week Aunt Susan Green and daughter and soninlaw left Tuesday for Texas where they will make their future home The hover sale to be held by the Ladies Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29thi The flowers willbeexhibit in the Evans rooms justr below the Mason Hotel All kinds of potted plants prices If G visited her r rid- Ing dragging him a CI exhibited a loss under companies r Lou allow I bars horseback Cobb sold c I beautiful ThomP- son eel S r A T i Si Jj SEEDS G oro ane and all kind of Field seeds Custom FfflIet i Grinding GASOLINE FOR SALE I Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have r prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson 1i 1 dO H fi W fcS tty g p 5 XG fe S IT jrr E R Ig pa G lf ra b L JG R r I Ii l Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands j Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING II and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is usually found in a First Class Drop and Paint Store 1 Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store g ROMANS ELMORE IrWglJ fffJlflfjXljlll YflY ifififlidlfii i7rilrJ701JJffiJGiil II ON everything m Ii- m p I r l a rt I I ti 1 o lB 1B o o I o j i 1 s Of course you want p I The LATEST STYLES in MILLINERY we have the Swellest Line in Central Kentucky KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS S is o fILLET 0 KingsNew oooo r SALLIED ooo oooc 0 fOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better than ship tuff Any class of Feed you may need andcheap Price Free Trial 50c 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and ITJNG or MONEY BACK J TROUBLES Newest Millinery Modes fa I have just returned s- jn from the cities with S a complete stock of fef J Handsome flillineiy- yi which know will fcj please you both in Quality and Prices bd- M We receive almost fe daily New Models M and Pattern Hats including many de j cided novel ties Etc millinery Store Ada Dickerson fe on Public Square Sweeneys Store Rooms 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 The Overland Limited to California leaves Union Passenger Station Chi cago 605 r 31 daily arrives San Fran cisco third day in time for dinner Route Chicago Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line All ticket Agents sell via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive of Call forma sent for six cents postage F A Miller General Passenger Agent Chicago or W S Broadway 710J 1 Q 8 fj J f Q fJ r Marrell Qlover Q fifijt 1fjJ Milwauke and St owe i3Sl NewYork it r 7iIiiiMo I I SlfcU WHO CAN THROW Pair Cashier in Chicago Lunch Room Acquires Skill by Tossing Cash i Checks Into Aperture t In a certain lunch room in the down town section of Chicago the young woman cashier disproves the oft repeat ed statement that a girl cant throw a stone and hit the side of a barn This girl has acquired a wonderful precision in throwing cash checks into a small aperture in the top of the cash desk There is a row of openings in the top board of the desk one opening for each denomination of check that she han dles There is probably a quarter inch of wood separating each aperture When a patron of the room lays down his cash and his check the girl takes the check in the palm of her band and deftly fires it into the opening The denomination of the cards is indicated by the color and she fires a red card into the red box every time From the open money drawer in front of her to the row of open logs the distance is over 12 inches many instances she maucs a throw drops the coin into the proper apart ment of the money drawer almost in the same motion The cards are thrown flat not edgeways as Letter clerks in the postoffice attain a wonderful proficiency in throwing let ters but they send them into boxes with the edge cutting the air The girl the lunchroom fairly slams the pasteboards into the proper holes rarely if ever missing her mark Compensation The pastor blamed these gowns of theirs But his censures didnt gall so Much for though he gave them fits The tailor hc had also Puck How It Works in the North Youve burned 15 tons of anthracite already this winter exclaimed the Why on earth have you had to use so much To reduce the visible supply I pose said the victim of the coal greed grinding his teeth in impotent rage Chicago Tribune Apprehensive First was worried to death when in de hospital Second Tramp Tougnt you was goin dieFirst but I was scared dey might gimme one of dem cures for de drink habit Brooklyn Life 11 1 c oN trne might suppose in visitor sun truss TrampI Iwas TrampNo h A odI IiI LIFESAVING DOGS Qp Excellent Test of Their Capabilities Givpn Before English Army at Wimbledon An interesting demonstration of what dogs trained in ambulance service in war time In aid of tne wounded has been made at Wimbledon England Two highly trained dogs one of them three parts collie and one part Eskimo and the other also collie with the same strain of retriever took part in the Round the dogs was strapped a sort of harness bearing the Red Cross badge and fitted with pockets on each side containing triangular bandages and round the neck hung a keg of spirits The members of the ambulance corps present proceeded to carry out a series of displays in which the dogs found men supposed to be wounded lying on the heath invisible to the spectators and haYing found them gave tongue The ambulance then picked up the wounded man and completed the first aid which dogs help he had been able to give himself Dogs trained for this pur pose are in use in Herrerolaud west Africa with the German troops in the field and there are a o many with the Russian army in Manchuria WANTS LLAMAS FOR RANCH Man Visits Zoo and Asks Many Ques tions Concerning the South American Animal A visitor to the zoological garden a few days ago made so many and so per tinent inquiries about the llamas kept there that the curiosity of the keeper in charge of that particular part of the garden was aroused says the Press He finally asked why th questions were being asked The man alto refused to give his name said that if he could get the arimals at anything like a reasonable figure he thought of making the experiment of stocking his ranch in the west with them From let ten written to South American friends he said he had learned that he could probably get a sufficient number for the experiment at a cost of not more than each As they arc fairly good wool growers he said that there ought to be tnoio profit in them at this lrice than the rame rumber of sheep In his the Ileece ol the llama is as good as iat of the camel for manufacturing purposes WAR exhibition Philadelphia o opinion J d can- o Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood r jf F UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER R X II All of the work is vis ible 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 Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky J ft jr a I T j f 4 it The 1 X First Grand Prize St Louis Fair i A 2 Worlds CO 44 cn Wo p f I I Tfo Sir You cannot ofT nov substitutes ou me Ivebeen using August Ilowersince I was a boy and have million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it that August Flower has had unfailing success the cure of worst enemies of health and happiness it Hot afford the best August Flower is a sure specific for all and intestinal that it is the best of all liver regulators fAugust Flower has a matchless record of over 35 years in the mil lions of these distressing complaints s JTwo sizes 25C and 75C All Looking for Feed Magistrate to delinquent charged with begging Three days on bread and water Take him away Brggar Make Use livin a trifle your washup and Ill stay a week TitBits Rejected Gentlemen you wouldnt take me a member of a millionaires family would you inquired the young man Frankly we should not Neither would the millionaire I asked him last night TitBits NOTICE All persons having the estate of J S Robiixon decM will present them properly verified to his executors for payment POISOnS who are Indebted to J S Itobln son clecd are notieficl to st tle with his us soon as convenient Mrs Ann W Kobinson J C Uobinson Executors A Tried and True Frlriul One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and whooping Cough so that it has proven itself to be a anti true friend to the many who use it Mrs Gertrude E Fen ner End says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from H8 to pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure cured me Sold by II lm The Right Name i IJeAVItt I DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skits diseases K E Sickefoose Adolph W Ya says My little daughter hall white welling so badthat piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful heal ing Salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by R E McRobeits lm e s n is M I noother I Ove I qDoes I sto imprisonment richer All executors lot tried 9 entirely tI ElI m scT ct- i j in curing IL- obe claims sgnlnst i H t 1 4tI 51 S iJr1fi4it t th fi5 nt jI From Chicago every day March i to May 15 San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points California Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars Rate for double berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in California 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Union Pacific If you are thinking of such a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expense Handsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage 1905 to Chicago fUwk e Paul Pcline in- S 4 StA- ND F A MILLER General Passenger Agent 1245 Railway Exchange CHICAGO or W S HOWELL General Eastern Agent 381 Broadway NEW YORK CITY Complete information will be tent free on Street Address this coupon with blank lines filled Coupon should be mailed today City Probable Destination nnnnuuou Name freceipt of State tffI5frV vrr i si 5 E I b d Otie WfitUs Iiyoiiu IHd Hloro- Thuu Six JHojTih4 Treatment by Specialists In the treatment of deafness which is ofter a result of catarrh Iloymei acts almost immediately upon the membrance and the hearing begins to return at once A few days treatmrnt will bring relief and in three or four weeks according to thf severity of the a cure will be Miss Meeks of Mattewan N Y Ilyomei is truly wonderful 1 have used it but a short time and see a great change in my condition My hearing is improving rapidly and I had no idea I would improve so rapid ly in so short a time My breath which was so offensive to myself and others has lost its bad odor entirely I have spent a great deal of money with catarrh specialists and can truly says that six months of their treatment is not equal to one month of Ilyomei R E McEoberts is selling Ilyomei upon thee unusual plan of agreeing to return the money if the medicine does not cure A complete outfit costs only SI and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei The inhaler will last a lifetime and there is enough Ilyomei for several weeks treatment Additional bottles of Ilyomei can be procured for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and then remember that if Ilyomei does not cure R E McRoberts will return your money Name For Indigestion 1C K nicltoberls I9ix Simple Kcinedy Tliat IK Guaranteed to Cure the Trouble Ifo one word better expresses of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than The stomach is weak and digest the food so that there is no appetite there are pains and grip ing in the stomach and bowels the head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the digestive system by the use of Mio na This is the only stomach remedy known that gives relief by strengthen ing the stomach and digestive organs is this principle that makes it a cure for indigestion Other medicines may give temporary relief helping digest the food but they not strengthen the stomach and that organ gets weaker and weaker all the McRoberts the reliable retail Druggist has so much conlidence in this remarkable remedv that he a cure or the money will be Miona costs but 50 cents a box Ask to see the strong guarantee given with every box Mio na is fn tablet form and should be taken before each meal Other re medics for samiacn troubles and indi gestion are taken after the meal and decompose the good food you eat but Miona used before eating strengthens the stomach soothes and heals all irritation and inflammation enriches the blood and puts the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will take care of the food itself and there will be no pain and suffering a Saute of Panic DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless and gentle action upon the bowels and liver They have no equal for Theydoor make you feel sick Once used ways preferred They strengthen Sold by R E McRoberts lm 0 1Id t QlrOS Oft htll ptft ref hoC inflamed ease accomplished sa t misery cannot certain time- R E guarantee refunded t all I c 0 un- Expressive tll condition t y o Won j r d r 1 0 Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac year Calendar For sale by R E MoROBERTS Lancaster Ky I and CHICAGO ILL c E DORSEY GOLDUST 12055 Jbnll Brother to Estellc 219 14 Sired by Head Golddust 4400 by 150 by Vermont Morgan Dorsey Golddusts dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Galls Morgan making him an bred Morgan Stallion descending fruits Justin Morgan on the best family of road horses known Dorsey Uolddust is a dark bay black points full 10 hands weighs 1200 Ibs A proven and uniform breeder of high road and eastern horses combin ing all the qualities for harness anti saddle and arein demand at top prices The champion saddle and combined of the American horse shows 1902 04 Jack 0 Diamonds stands to his credit 12 of his colts have sold for over 14000 in the past two years Ills service is offered for less than any horse of his producing quality in Ken tncky Will stand at my farm miles from Stanford Ky on Ilustonville pike at so to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at lOc per day on grass No responsi bility for accidents or escapes The best of careful handling given Address- F REID Stanford or Highland Stock Farm I offer this season the service of This combined harness and saddle Stal lion will make the present season at Farm Buckeye Ky at IO to Insure a giving colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in the county DESCRIPTION AND 1EDIOKEK Blackburn is 5 years old 1G hands and solid black Was by Senator Blackburn by Dillard Dudley by John Dillard by Indian by Imported Chief the premium horses of their nay Blackburns dam was by GrafIonian by Administrator ilisdyks Ham bletoniari 2nd dam by Denmark by old Black Denmark by Senator dam was by Bentons Diomede 2nd dam by thoroughbred Graftonians dam Delia by Millions Copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the dam of Grafton by Grey Eagle 3rd dam oy Masons Whip 4th dam by Jim Allen Senator Barkburn took premiums at Maysville Richmond Paiis Sharps Germantown Beattyville lbstonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever he shown lIe was the best combined stallion in the United States His colts took premiums wherever shown Many of his colts were never beaten One colt was sold for 81600 and Senator Blackburn was sold for 31500 and he is living today and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one of the finest individuals in the country He is an extra heavy boned good feet and body with square hips and is a first class mule Jack Some of his colts sold last year for 75 lie is 5 years thelowGrazing at S2 00 per month and care taken but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur Lein re tamed according to law Money due in all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or jack No business on Sunday Phone at residence No 187 A C MILES Buckeye Ky stallion leldin 0 21 Dan the IliJhlnd I sired I Imp Iledgeford y I I G Intense lass ivhhlp Iiii Brona tiihts lilackininnss ii was Electrician 5OO7 Race Record 224Sire of Midi 211 Klectrlmout 2rJl Gretchen 22Prince 11 2i Leta own brother to Grateful 227 5 iulist Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands high Standard Reg He Is by Electioneer li sire of 106 dams of 12 he by 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah sire of 7 Kent mare by Imp Kle triclaus hot dam Keheccn dam 217 Kexford 2 Ariiuiii 220 Kusseuole 2M etc Rebecca by Gen Benton 17 sire of 21 dams of 6S he by Jim Scott SSi sire of 2 Lady Ben ton by Grays 10 Second data dam of neil Idella 20 and Chimes Bell sire of Van she by Abdullah Star Third dam Emma Mills dam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 Electrician Is a horse fine style and action with great lie a horse that posses great speed andgameness although his record Is he repeatedly showed In 215 A number of his get has for roadsters bringing from 300 to 1500 As most of his coltsare with line uctiou style and size I can recommend him as a great stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and same place as Clay King at the fee of FIFTEEN Clay King 2964 RECORD 227Sire of Dick Wilson 203 The King 210 JIalise C 217 Tom Pliiilr 21 Nellie Bruce 2l Clay Wilkes 2r21 4 Daisey JI 2 The Guard 22 The 22G Justin M Dorado 227i and eight others with records of bettertitan 30 all trotters but Vlisoa pacer By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Lida 210 Marble 2H Claymore 21 Kiugbrluo22oDoc 22 Edgar 2s3 Queen etc 1 dam Amy 2S014 by Volunteer 55 Dam of 2 27 and of Volo Maid2i51l Sire of Kt Julian211 11 St Patrick 214 3 oihere sons have sired 175 and have produced Dick 212 Strongwood 212Jf Homestake 214 etc 2 dam hells Brandon by Hamblctonla 10 Dam of 22011 38 Wilniar 229 11 sire 2 and Wildalr sire of 2 sire of George Wilkes Electioneer Happy MediunivIIarold etc 3 dam Jenny by Young Bacchus King 5J4 Sire of Clay King is a ton of Harry Clay 45 Modesty 22CJ4 by Tom Wodder 147 2 dam Wells Star dam of by American Star 143 dam by Em mons Dnroc King with kind of stud opportunities would today be the first fight of successful extreme speed stud career is begun and there is not a horseman In the Blue Grass State who does not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme speed man atthe Lexington seen his get what hasnever done by the produce of any other horse they have seen his step quarters In 35 14 second and sell for startling prices have seen his older representstires as much speed gameness and genuine race horse qualities as those of any sire ever quartered Kentucky will make the season of 1905 at the feed and sale stable of W B Burton In Lancaster at the tow of TWELVE DOOLfcAKS and FIFTV CENTS to Ipsure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to se cure the payment of the season All care will be taken toprevent accidents to stock Intrusted to our care but shouldany occur we will not be respodsihle for the same W B Burton J J a J I I i 14 23 I I r 2ii J Is I 34 4 Eola 219X Clay 22J 220 of of practlcaU Just I U r f- y 0 j c0 Il dams of zit 2ii I e S Amy los prIce S 4 DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottleccntais 2Yo times the trial size which zeus for 50 cents PREPARED AT rite tAOgirOty 0 E C DeWITT COMPANY OIZLi L K n i l K t Paragon 2291 4 Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 On Ida 217 by Florida IS2 grandamof Grace Bond 2 y dam Lady Hum Hambrino 20 dam 2ui Kd Winter 2 12 etcrddam by Ashland 17 dam BrhtOH Mambrino Briitonth dam Kit Sir Walter Jay Bird 50CO sire of Hawthorne 2 WiAllT Frank by Mambrino Star 5S s a handsome lodlvidniil olfine conformation size and style with extremeand speed this sire Butt is one oftne greatest 11 lug sires and that hisblood breeds on Is shown by the fiict that hissons have sired over 2 0 standard performers eluding Locniida Susie J 20rt4 Jay Eagle andmany other 2ly performers while Inrngond 217 Is the grand flam of JraceBond J the greatest racing thetrottjK turf has ever seen suit his second damN the dam of EdWinter 212 etc You will see from the should not become one of Jay BirdsIlls record Is no measure of hishe could trot in 215 or better Should Parafail to get a trotter he is a horse ofsuch line conformation size action stvie andfinish that his get will certainly commandCy prices for high and carriage which cannot be produced fust enoughto supply the demand Paragon proved himself last year to be a Sure Foal Getter He the season of ice at mv stablethree north of Buckeye ou Buckeye andLancaster pike at Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents coltsoundsecure service fee Season due If mare ised with or bred to other Car e taken toprevent accidents but not responsible should a5 occur Forrest Will make the season of 19U on tarn onemile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye andLancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up and all right A lien retained until seasonmotley Is paid Money due when the mire is j or bred to stock Cure taken topievent accidents but not responsible shouldoccur Chester II year old 16 hands a dark chestnut sorrel He is thehighest of finish plenty of butperfectly kind and harnessa model In form that wondenul style characteristic of the family the world acknowledges as supto alias a show has provenhimself a No 1 breeder and his cults tire sellhug to Eastern buyers for good prices IVdi free sired famous No 10 X he by Black Squirrel as He by slackEngle by King C7 he by Washington fil he Gaiues GI andhe by race horse Denmark S by Imported Chester Squirrels dUll Teleund kroivn as the JimmyCollier saddle mare considered by all to beone of the greatest brood mares In Kentucky FineJack at the same time and place I will stand my bigyoung Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at S for horse mule 10 for m re mule forJennet John Morgan Jr was sired by Johnhe soil Is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of byJoe Blackburn he by rd Prince he by 2ndPrince he Imp Prince tot dam bvDixie she by Dixie by 2nddam Lord IOns by Importer He Is 15K liaiKls high solidwith white He is a No breederand his colts brought from S5 to J90 at tinlast fall T O HILL BUCKEYE KY Darkness Black Stallion 1G hands siredby King Dsnmark he by Black rel 58 1st dam by Byams Stonewall 2nd by Woods Red Lion Kiiijr Den marks 1st dam by Wallace 2nd dam by Old Drennon As an individual Darkness is a per with plenty of size and ac You will see from above thathe is one of the best bred Saddle Stal lions in the country He is a sure foal getter a great breeder and his colts are all selling for good prices You can make no mistake by breeding to this horse Will make the season of 1905 at my stable one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at only xo to Insure a Zlvjng Colt sound and all right A lien retained nn colt to secure service fee Season if mare is parted with or bred to ot icr stock care taken to ac ci lents but not responsible should any BURDINE JACK Black Jack 15K hands high sired Jack he by Black Hawk he by Imported War rlorlst an Imported this Jack hitshad colts to sell at 75 to 100 at weaning time HUBBLE Black Jack 15 hands high 3 years old bred byII L Hnbble he wa sired by Illack Diamondho Joe he by Tom Keen This Jack Is oneof the finest young Jacks In Dontfail to see He wilt make the season at EIGHT DOLLARS Doth of these Jacks will make the season atmy stable 1 mile below Buckeye under thesome terms to insure a colt sound andall right Money due when mare is partedwith or to other stock Not responsiblefor accidents should any occur Phone atresidence W T NOEL Buckeye Zy CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2182 By Chester Dare No 10 dam Nancy L 2847 by On Time 745 Bay horse hands high foaled May 1902 Madison Dare is a horse of great style and action with plenty of bone and size carries tall and is a great fronted horse Goes the live gaits and proved to be a show horse last year as a 2 Will serve edtwentyfive approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt Mares kept at three Dollars a mouths tit ownNot responsible for accidents butcareful attention given to all stock resent to our W W and J E Higginbotuanj Kj j of ly of J 1st dam Wnll hIlt L II 2 f Oneida Ham 06 ons I mel Chester Squirrel m I I i I clri ertisonnt or IO a I I rtt I IIi rodhullters Sir feet model dIe occur of oftled I 151 ood year old for Marc llas Ir hOof a i is S f tt e J t 4 tineuids cGregor 2o7 uiin horsegru oil stork orse liiestet it 5 Mo Nellie eat nm ion Eli die required era risk f I i Cu SO the 01 as so you Mir you cles the our Foleys Honey and Tar not only the cough but hells aud strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re sults from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foisys Honey and Tap is taken as it will cure the most 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 Foleys Hciyand Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember tb name Fo3y9 Hcney and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chaccvs with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foisys Honey and Tar that costs you no more and is safe and certain in results Contains no opiates After Physicians Said ISo Had Consumption E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave ma much relief that I bought some of regular size Two or three bottles me what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my threat or lungs since that time Three sizes 2Sc SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small the 100 bottle almost six times much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC JE Stormes Forjjet About Tour StoiiiHdi If your digestion is bad the vital organs of yourbody are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indibestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach from the very day you begin taking it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows strong and healthly that it troubles no more E D Babcock Amberst says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion hut have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its is the result of many years of research Sold by E E McKoberts CERTIFICATE Reextentiing Charter TREASURY DEPARTMENT Olllce of the Comptroller Washington D C April S 1905 WHEKEAS by satisfactory evidence presented to undersigned it has been made to appear that TiiK NATIONAL OK LANCASTEK located in the of Lancaster in the County of Garrard and State Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of Act of Congress to enable iil Banking Associa LIons to extend corporate exist and other purposes approv July 12 1882 as amended by the approved April 12 1902 therefore I William B Comptroller of the Currency do certify that NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER located in the City of Lancaster in the Garrard and State of Kentucky is authorized to have succession for the period specified in its amended ti of association namely until close of business on April 81925 In testimony whereof wit ness my hand and seal of once this Eighth day of s April 1905 Wji B RIDGELV Comptroller of the Currency Charter No 193 Extension No CG14 A Card Our charter having been re extend for another twenty years wesolicit accounts of the of Garrard and vicinity Thanking them for their pat patronage we desire a con forty years and have been granted extention for another twenty years Call and see us when in town make house your headquarters Respectfully S C Cashr u T R t Ere Ih9 CURES rrn rmeifjaGtm a 3iild tateUJl ps I stub- S coughsthe eight I cured of J preparation the Currency 1 the t for Hid e a BE L I future sto her LEi Oi1EY 4 o2s EVET red sized A e ow eby Tery You go to a BAKER for BREAD Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for TJGGIESf- i REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros mun H H H H H H H H H H H mmmmmmnrmnmmmmmmmmnrmnrnr X0O 00000 XX WHO PILLS YOUR This branch of our busi ness is at times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art ofDispensing Phvsicans Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and X Conscientiously Compound V Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very bet Mix X ed Paint Wall Paper Etc j ISJISH X9OOOCKXXX JUmmwu m mum I I I I I edtI I PRESCRIPTIONS1 all Paint Lick ly Jesse DWearen Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel That SmoothFinish 50 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 LAUNDRY 51 W Main St 202 Lexington Ky H Lancaster Kentucky MaN T LOGAN A patronage Phones Old news pa pers for sale at this Office The Central Record SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky April 21 1905 MT HEBRON Mrs E F Scott had a lice cow to die last week Mrs Samuel Morford is numbered with the sick Miss Lula Scott began a select school at Bourne last Monday Miss Margret Bruce is the guest of relatives in this locality Mr Harvev Dean and wife spent a part of last week in Jessamine Mr Isaac Montgomery bought a nice horse from Mr W N Grow price 100 Mrs Alex Dean and Miss A E Scott were in Nicholasville last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Earnest Montgomery are very happy over the arrival if a fine baby buy Miss Lou Montgomery is with her sister Miss Ella Montgomery who re maius quite ill Misses Fannie and Eunice Dean and Mrs Alt Dean of Pink were the guests of their sister Mrs Herbert Roberts last week After Service The Rectors Daughter I dont sup pose you noticed it father but Mrs De Alterale had another new bonnet on this morning The Rector I dare say daughter The milliners I sometimes fear are more responsible for church attendance than the When I my dear one kiss tis all Most fitting sweet and natural As blossoms ope or rose leaves nut when she kisses me I vow I always knit a puzzled brow And shes up to now The Myth A TELEPHONIC DANGER m U UU 11 I IpreachersPuckKisses fait wonderwhat j i I i I I Paterfamilias who has just run up he calloffice and has his intention by his little daughter Hullo dear coming to kiss me goodnight Voice of Female Telephone Clerk se beg your pardon St Louis Republic j I verelyI diverted SAYS EYE 3 KEY TO ILLS Many Diseases Declares Physician Can Be Laid to Strain on This Organ The proposition of a western physi clan to cure drunkenness by spectacles seems to be simply a variation of Dr George M Goulds theory that very many of the physical ills of life are due to eyestrain and may be overcome by correcting this defect says the New York Globe The latter a wellknown writer on medical subjects of has recently published two vol umes of Biographic Clinics in which he endeavors to prove that the ill health of Carlyle Huxley Browning George Eliot Wagner Spencer and several other famous people was due simply and solely to eyestrain The volumes are interesting but not by any means convlclng and have been re celved somewhat skeptically by the The common symptoms or eye strain are according to Dr Gould headache Insomnia biliousness nerv ousness dejection indescribable suf fering cessation of all symptoms if the eyes are rested and final spontaneous cure at about the age of GO when the paralysis of accommodation occurs states that an abnormally large tion of criminals have serious defects of the eyes and 98 per cent of the epileptics he examined suffered from astigmatism Brain fag and migraln or sick headache are nothing more than eyestrain and may be absolutely cured by glasses and even temporarily relieved by a few drops of belladonna which dilates the pupil and paralyzes accommodation GRAPES FRESH ALL WINTER French Device Preserves Them for the Palate of the Epicure- in This Line A clever French process by which vine growers in France are able to market fresh outdoor grapes all through the winter is thus described Bunches of the finest grapes when ripe in autumn are cut in such a way that to each bunch a piece of the vine five or six inches long remains attached From this piece the stems of the bunch hang an arrangement vitally necessary to the success of the opera tion A large number of widemouth bottles filled with water is ranged in a cellar and in the open end of each is inserted the pieces of vine stem the bunches of grapes hanging outside The grapes do not touch the water but are thus supplied with moisture through the vine stern which is im mersed in water By this process choice varieties of table grapes are kept in perfect condition for the whole winter The temperature of the cellar is uniform and moderately low and care is taken dally to supply the bot tles with the water lost by evaporation Fruit thus carefully tended is some what costly but there are many pa trons who willingly pay two dollars a bunch for the delicacy of fresh grapes in midwinter WHERE THEY DRINK BLOOD La Villette France Is the Home of the Borgian Repast a Con sumption Cure Norman W Dodge a resident of Wash ington D C has just returned with his wife from a three months visit to Eu rope While in France he visited La Villette and in speaking of that visit Mr Dodge described what is known there as the Borgian repast a supposed ly sure cure for consumption and anema I went to La Villette chiefly to see this Borgian repast he said to the New York Globe I shall never it To me it was a most revolting sight and in some ways pathetic In the lilting house I literally waded through blood There were young girls and old men in the slaughter house drinking the warm blood All were anemic and in most cases consumptive A slaughter man told me that this practice Is a gen eral one Many of the wealthiest in Paris go down every morning to the- I slaughter house he said and the price they get varies from five cents to 1 a glass As a cure for debility too and loss of appetite especially It is recom mended by most of the leading pbysi cians of France Food Chemistry Do you think the time will ever come when the chemists will put up our foods No answered the expert in dietetics The chemists will merely continue to furnish the boracic acid as usual Washington Star Philadelphia Hal profession forget The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 3OOOO 0 SURPLUS 10000 A R PrctUtmt JOHN E STORMS Vice Pretl 1 C DEMY Cithlir J r Roblnioo AMtCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS fcaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kianalrd Woods Prest WC Prest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 O04000e 2 I o 0 3 1 2 2 0 2 2 2 O O O I E L Fish Vice WG Kemper Cash Ii ovo oo000 0 00o ooovOaooo 2493 s s 0 DElI Y 0 OWO Ou OAO On000Ai0O040a0 0 O O M COY R D L FRY R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS DIRECToRS G GUTS J WOODS W C FISH E L WOODS B Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all 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