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THE CENTRAL RECORDtilXTSKXTJI LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 28 1905 I rER XU3fRBR 4 v w r f Youll Never Miss the WATER Iii Well Runs Drv Is the title of an old familiar song You had better guard a gainst missing the water by having us Fix your Guttering or make doubly sure us install a system of Water Works HaseSden We are agents Baldwins Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stock and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton DunlapSu- ccessors toJA Heazlcy Co Undertaker I1 It4fr I i assuranceS 5 I J RI l tf r I I I JL J Beazley 1 for- D f 0 A Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 Winlleriidon G IJ Swluebroail Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Olfice over Stormcs drug store r II L r TI Rt L DAVIDSON II Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business s srrsei G CHRIS FARIS i I Law I n i r wrr win a t Dentist Office over store Danville at l6 ThO m POIlSt lone VmilhliK When leading physicians Said M Smithait of Pekin Ia had in curable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Cold kept him out of his grave lIe siys This great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for f Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure prevent veof Pneumonia Guaranteed COCi and 100 bottles at R E McRoo erts drug store Trial bottle free 1m Lust f J 1 thaw r FXY t Local Notes Old newspapers forsale atthisollicc The hat show Sunday was pretty 8150 to Cincinnati and return Sunday The town was full of good horses Monday Graded School pupils are hustling with their commencement work A number of Lancaster Masons and Odd Fellows attended the funeral cf Dr Pettus at Crab Orchard Sunday The girl who sat perfectly still Ii tested to the sermon and did not Vubbei at the other girls had on the prettiest hat at church Sunday The music at the Christian church Sunday morning was splendid There are many good voices in the choir and organist Willie West renders them great assistance with the pipe organ Pleasant Trtp One of Captain Hatchers to Danville says that the are first class and that the Captain is very entertaining because he keeps one wondering whether he is tiling the truth or prevaricating The afternoon traIn jumped the track above Paint Lick Monday night every car leaving the rails No one was hurt but much damage was done to the track Time No passenger train due at S2i did not reach Lancas ter until 2 a in Will Return Prof F A Peaks lecture at the court house was enjoyed so much that a date has been made The pupils of the Graded Schools secured his ser vices and those who heard him Mon day evening were so highly delighted that they insisted that he return and he will appear here next Friday May 5th Mrs Angie Salter wife of Mr Robt L Salter died in Danville Sunday afteroon and was buried Monday She was In her seventieth year anti was well known in Boyle and adjoining counties She leaves her husband and live children Mrs G W Chesnuts Mrs II A Hudson Mrs T son and Mr lobt Salter Jr of Dar vine and Mrs J E Davis of Midway Rev Henry Faulconer preached two excellent sermons at church Sunday Mr Faulconer is in evangelical work which calls him to all parts of the country mostly to the larger cities Ills ability has attracted the attention of those in this work and his success has been phenominal Mr Faulconer is an earnest man and will accomplish great good in the ministry Members of Freshman Class A very polite note from one of the freshman class cf Central Unsversity Danville asks The Record to correct the statement made in last issue that the ball team from that city was the Danville Team as the boys who played here were members of the freshman class It also states that there are four teams in Danville We gladly comply with the request as the team played good clean ball and were a clever set of gentlemen Announces For County Judge Mr John M Iwncan told the Record Saturday afternoon that he had decid ed to enter the race for county judge and that we could so say in this paper Mr Duncan had been considering the matter for some time as his friends have been urging him to announce lIe is one of the best known citizens of the county having resided in Lan caster all his life serving as county clerk for several years There was never a more honorable upright gentleman or a more conscientious Christian and if elected Mr Duncan can always be depended upon to do his duty regardless of any outside We talked with two or three other leading republicans and judge from their remarks that candidates other otlices will be named but a full ticket will not be put out Splendid Horse Show The horse show Monday was the best both in number and quality than Lancaster has ever witnesses There were eighteen or twenty beauti ful animals paraded around the Public Square and on Lexington street and the fact that business of all kinds was suspended and the streets crowded ly people who cheered and applauded their favorites goes to show that the revival in the horse industry is on in earnest Each animal was thorough bred as sleek as a ribbon and the bunch presented a sight all Kentuck cans love to behold As it was Imposi ble in the rush and crowd to get the names of all we will not attempt to give any to our readers as that would be an injustice to some We refer our readers to the advertisements In these columns for all particulars of those given to us and know that of those not in this paper will cheerfully send you a card If you are interested in their stock For some years the show has been almost a fail ure in Lancaster but as stated above that of Monday was as good as has been held In any Kentucky town so horsemen tell us quite next sHeet J Salter Yates Hud thePresbyterian prominent Influence for si veral owners passengers accommodations return engaged L Playing Good Ball The Lancaster base ball club has been putting up interesting games this Spring and if the people would be a little more liberal and patronize the games the boys could have a few players and fjet gauzes with more good clubs It costs several dollars to bring a team here and we hope that every lover of the game will attend the next one and thus help the boys defray the expenses The grounds are close to town and there are plenty of good scats Help the boys A Correction Manager A K Storm of the Military Band writes The Record that we were mistaken in saying Sax ton frost would accompany Ryan Commandery to Richmond next month The Lexington Military Band will do this work This band is under the supervision of Mr Storm who ha had charge of making all the for brass band music In that city for the last thirty years and there is probably no betterknown or more popular musician in the State The members of Ryan Commandery are to congratulated upon securing this band The OldTime Method Quite a curiosity was on exhibition in The Record ollice this week in a couple of hand made ropes made by Mr Solon B Henry He secured some of the hemp broken by the new machine and twisted the different straps as evenly as can be done in a rope factory the liber having been cleaned so thor oughly that both pieces were as good or better than rope bought at a Mr Henry tells us he did a lot work In his younger days and was an expert at the business The ropes have been sent to Chicago where they will be placed on exhibition Court Day A large crowd came in Monday and business with the merchants was un usually good though trading in stock was not above the average Hoss was the principal topic of conversa tion and the general opinion was that more and better stock should be Farmers reported the crops in very good cond Lion and most of them said they had their Spring work well In hand A street fakir disposed of a lot of junk to those who forget that their home merchants can always give them better goods at lower prices and that their money will be kept in the community where they will have a chance to make it back Had a Good Reason One of the directors of the company operating the hemp machine in this city Mr F A Delano president of the Gould terminal lines of railroads who was to have been here last week tele graphed that important business de tained him It now turns out that the business he refered to was his ap polntment as president of the Wabash Railroad Company which was made last week He is a millionaire and began his railroad career as a machin 1st The machine now in Lancas ter attracted his attention and he bought all the stock he could get If he comes to Lancaster later and he probably will our people will of course do all in their power to enter tain him just as they did the other distinguished guests last week Game Wardens Monday County Judge Ford ap pointed C K Poindexter H A Bur dett and John Upton Fish and Game Wardens for the whole county Other Wardens will be appointed until the whole county is covered some publicly others secretly These FIsh and Game Wardens have the same authority as Sheriffsso far as the fish game laws are concerned They are under bound to do their dutyso it violators are caught and heavily fined under the new fish laws dont blame the wardens for executing their duties It is hoped and believed that these men will do all in their power to break up the seining and dynamiting in Dix river that has been going on so long that practically all the fish have been exterminated in this stream Great Demand for Good Ones The demand for good horses was never so great nor was there ever a greater scramble to get good ones Many thought the automobile would cut a figure in the horse market but this is not the case We had a visit from lur friend Higginbotham owner of Madison Dare Monday and he tells us that good horses are not on ly in demand but are very hard to find The automobile has not de creased the demand as that is only a fad said he and when the machines become cheap the rich people will discard them just as they did the bicycle A wellbred handsome horse will always have a ready sale and you may rest assured that the dealers are keeping their eyes open for them Our people here in Kentucky have awakened to the fact that it waste of time to raise inferior stock and many have in the last few years gone along in a quiet wayand built up stock which the Eastern people will pay most any price for Any farmer can dp this if he will have a little patience and exercise good judgement and when he succeeds he will have stock on his place which will him more than anything ho can handle But he will have to be careful in getting a good foundation I better I contracts W W I Isa bring Lexington C stores raised money s AN EXPERTS OPINION Government Official Says Demand for Kentucky Hemp will Increase The Record took occasion to tall with a number of leading farmers Mon day in regard to the production of hemp in Garrard and ascertain their intentions as to amount to be raised Every man agreed that the outlook for hemp was more encouraging than ever before and indications now point tow ard the biggest crop Garrard has ever produced We are sorry that we did not have Mr Dewey ot the of Agriculture at Washington to reduce to writing the statements he made at the banquet given in this city recently as he threw much light on the subject As stated in last is sue Mr Dewey is employed by the United States Government to look af ter the fiber industry and as he has been at this business for years no man is better posted on the subject The Government sent him to Lancaster last week to inspect the work of the hempbreaking machine and he gave valuable information for the farmers He stated that hundreds of thousands of dollars had been spent in equip ping factories to handle other material to make goods which would be made of Kentucky hemp It the supply of the latter was in any way assured lie said that the soil in Kentucky was better adapted to hemp raising than that of of any country on the globe Kentucky hemp far surpassing that of Italy Rus sin France Japan or any other soil In fact he continued there is no land exactly like It and no amount of fertilizing or cultivating will bring any other up to Kentucky soil for pro ducing hemp Mr Dewey then told of a visit to his Washington office by one of the largest manufacturers in the East who said he would quickly install machinery for making cloth of hemp as soon as a sufficient supply of fiber was assured He continued This is only one of many who will do the same thing You people have much to be thankful for but I knew that this revolution in the hemp will bring more to you than you can hope for He went on to say that the invention now made by which the hemp can be broken and cleaned meant that factories would be placed in the The reason that this has not been done before is that machinery to equip such factories costs thousands of dollars and no man of good judg ment would invest in machinery to make cloth of hemp when he has no assurance whatever that a reasonable amount of fiber would be produced As I said before continued Mr Dewey this hempbreaking machine makes it possible to furnish unlimited quantities of fiber and that too in the best of condition so you may look for factories to be established here In your state just as the cotton gin and other factories have been placed right where the raw material is grown The farmer has the best future of any in this country and has every rea son for rejoicing The 1005 crop will not only be much larger tnan hereto fore but it is certain to bring higher prices than have ever been paid for War On Dogs The police have been given instructions to enforge the dog law and unless the tax Is paid Policeman Siler will kill all canines found a tax check Several mad dogs have been in the vicinity and beside people who want to keep the barking howling nuisances in the city limits should be made to pay for it Good Service Under the new arrangement of call ing the local telephone exchange is giving the best service the patrons ever had and we doubt if any city lines can give better satisfaction The boards are in charge of Misses Bessie Flenner of Wilmore and Ida Finley of Giles two exceedingly polite and obliging young ladies A telephone operator has to deal with more cranks and fools than any other person in public service yet they manage to keep in good hnmor and be polite to people who dont deserve a pleasant look Ticket Agent at Knoxville Mr J Y Arnold formerly of Mid dlesboro has been promoted by the L and N and given the depot ticket agency at Knoxville a position of great responsibility He married Miss Burnside of this county She is visiting relatives here now but will leave in a few days for their new loca tion where they have rented a house Mr Arnolds rise in the railroad has been rapid and he is congratulated upon his latest proms flan Bloodhounds Catch Burglar The store houses of W F Parks and J M Meadows at Lowell were robbed Monday night About 100 in money was taken some of it belonged to the post ollice The Wilmore bloodhounds were sent for and took up the trail which led to the home of Jack John son a white man near Lowell The dogs trailed about the house for a short time and then straight to a field in which he was working was ar rested and brought to jail He says he Is not guilty but knows the guilty par ty As he is just back from serving time in the penitentiary it is quite likely that he will be sent back to don the stripes Department hemp strict without 1 I Florence I business anything liemp growing sections Kentucky business beln Pay your dog tax or he will be kill ed by the Marshal Eld F M Tinder will at Pleas ant Grove church Sunday afternoon at three oclock A Good Selection Gov Beckham has appointed lion R H Tomlinson of this city a dele gate to represent the State of Ken tucky at the Southern Industrial Par liament to be held in Washington City May 23 to 26 The delegation is com posed of prominent citizens from dif ferent parts of the State Mrs Emily Jones mother of Jas A Jones of this city died at Kirksville Tuesday night after a protracted She was eightylive years old and a member of the Baptist church She was a Miss Simpson before mar riage belonging to one of the oldest and largest families in this section of the state She was devoted to hei children and her church The burial took place at the Lancaster Cemetery Thursday after funeral services con Jucted by Rev J M Bruce at Kirks ville Allied With Garrard People As the author has many friends in Garrard county who appreciate his worth as a citizen a Christian and all the traits which go to make the true friend and typical gentleman The reproduces a letter received from its esteemed friend Col James W Caperton of Richmond It is as fol lows Richmond Ky April 12 1005 My Dear Friend ing me the last Sundays Courier on page 5 of which was a most article the hempbrake cheapening the production and of hemp I learn that Garrard is a great hemp county the first in the sate in that product and her grand years to come If there is a people in the world that rard as my father did before me I am allied by blood with the Woods Walker Lackey and Kavanaugh fam Most truly your friend J W CAPKUTOX Under the new schedule which went into effect Sunday the trains on the Knoxville Division pass Stanford as follows No 21 Southbound 1143 p m No 22 Northbound 217 p m No 23 Southbound 1230 p m No 24 Northbound 425 a m Jones I Record sincerelyJour- nal on anditmark- eting industry andfriends veryproud passenger j preach illness interesting Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Special Sale OF MISSES HOSE Sizes 5 to 9i I 2 prs 25c Stockings for 35c I 3 prs 25c Stockings for Beginning Saturday morning we will sell Iso dozen pairs pretty sub stantial stockings at above prices as long as the lot lasts Come early so you will not miss these bargains The prettiest line of Spring Dress Goods Ready Made Under wear Shoes Etc ever brought to Lancaster Renumber we have no fake sales Everything goes as advertised THE Josepl Mercantile Co P1 11 P L c I I i R 9 I 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000oooowoa0o 0ooeoo IF0000000000000000000000000o00ooooouooooo0000000000000000000 0000o00 50 00000000000000000oooooaooooo00000000 oooooaooooooooooeeo 0ooooNooO t Blushing With NEWNESS Our Suits are the Fresh Spring Productsthe best Makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tlemen who have grown weary of winter things Our handsome suits are within easy reach of every purse Vhile 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 ot Furnishing Goods are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season Miens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leather White Canvas Quality high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to H T LOGAN jI I I 1 I I I I I and I r itI 4M 1101r 1 1A 0 MMsM MtM lrl1 I S 1l 1 S N t suit everybody Lw trvvrwww rwww 4 I Y 1 aILJP L IIARGINS In 1 BUGOIb BUGGY HARNESS MOUNT ELKIN I I w JIwrol H I Gossip About People V N Ne A Brief Mention of the and Goings Ly Those W Are In 1 W Sweeney was in Richmond Sat u relay Mrs Alex West has been visiting her laughter Denman Robert Elkin of Georgia is with his parents Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Mrs J W Sweeney is in Louisville visiting her brother Mr Homer Bat sonMiss May me Ballard of Bryants vHle visitor here Satur dayMiss Stella McWhorter spent Easter with friends and relatives in Crab Or chard Miss Katie Lee Denny has been Miss Janie Duty Richmond Mrs Juliet Rogers and Miss Jennie Duncan spent Easter with relatives in Danville Misses Pearl Burnside and Tevis Car penter of Stanford are guests of Mrs J M Farra Mr Owsley Farris of Silver Creek visited Miss Louise Farris and Joe Burnsidc Sunday Mr and Mrs Burdett Ramsey of Paint Lick were guests of her parents Mr Ike Dunn and wife Sunday Rev C M Reid cind family who have been visiting Miss Julia Reid return ed this week tc their home in Middles boro Mrs R A Burnside has been with her grandson little John Lackey at Mc Creary who is very much better at this writing Mrs C F Dtuimanwhs has been spending a week with her parents Mrs Alex West returned Sunday to her home in NicholasvJlle A beautiful picture of Miss Mary Lear appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times She was chosen Sponsor for the coning Louisville reunion of Con federate Veterans London cor Courier Journal Mrs W G Jones left Tuesday for Lancaster and other points in Garrard county to visit relatives and friends She will he absent several weeks Yernon Signal Mr G M Law son of Lancaster was here yesterday looking good horses lion R II Tomlinson was over from Lancas ter Tuesiay looking alter his inter ests in the gas well and the laying of the pipeline r if Mrs C F was pretty it t for some Interested a visiting avenue 1v M rand Miss Mary Beazley of Stanford is jlhe guest of Mrs J A Beazley Mrs A II Rice of Louisville is the of Mr II A B Marksbury and familyEd was here Monday hust ling for his excellent paper the Interi or Journal Rev C M Chumbley attended the meeting of Presbytery at Harrods burg this week Miss Lena Brght who has been vis friends in Nicholasville will re turn home Friday Mr Robert Lytle of Danville was here Monday He was accompanied by his charming wife Miss Annie Elkin of Orleans has arrived to make her home with her father Capt T A Elkin Misses Sallie and Martha Elkin have returned from Florida where they have been spending the winter Mrs Mary Frisbie and daughter Gladys have returned from a visit to Mrs It E IIughes of Louisville Interior Journal Misses Louise Farris and Angie Kinnaird of Lau cister were here Sunday accompan led by Messrs Shelby Tribble of Jelli coand Farris of Silver Creek J M Logan was called York Tuesday morning having been notified by telegram that his partner Mr S S Booth had died His death was caused from appendicitis after having been operated upon County Attorney James I Hamilton is able to be out after a severe illness from blood poisoning His arm in still sore and he is compelled to carry it in asling He of danger and will soon be in good health again Bud James of Ilarrodsburg was here Monday looking at the horse show and mingling with his many friends No man in Central Kentucky is better known or has more friends than Bud James He has a heart as oil as a feed basket and would divide his last copper with a friend A wedding which created much among their many friends was that of Circuit Clerk J W Hamilton and Miss Naomi Hamilton They drove to Danville Sunday night where they were united in marriage and returned to this city before their most intimate friends knew of their intentions The bride is a daughter of Mrs Nannie Hamilton Her father Isaac Hamil ton died in this city last summer She is quite popular among the Mr Hamilton clerk of the Garrard circuit court and their many friends wish the couple much hap very enjoyable impromptu dance given by the young men Tuesday at the Mason Hotel in honor toNew isout however younger set leA icing surprise ARE YOU FROM I MISSOURI I Then let us show you our elegant line of Silks Siccillians Cotton Wash Fabrics and Em broidered x Shirt Waist Patterns on which we can make you very LOW PRICES We have an uptodate line of womans and childrens Oxfords in Tans Kids and Patents Dont buy without looking at them Yes we have a sample line of boys Suits in New Styles and colors Also line of Mens Negligee Shirts THE Logan Dry Goods C0JffJfJL0Ylllffllf10101f1lfiJl 0- I j jl Mo airs I 1 0 i I0 0 S i JI fj gfJX fjlil1lt l J J Jlliflg JJJJ t Q I 0 t y l I J I p- A Cot pf MiRs Pearl urnGln of Stanford The young ladles Moro beautifully gowned In their Summer frocks and the evening was one of great pleasure Danville congrega tion of the Second Presbyterian church enjoyed musical treat Sun day in connection with the regular services In the morning Mr Mayer played theprelude to Parsifal and Mrs Juliet Gill Rogers of Lancaster sang a solo Christ is Risen by Haw Icy Mrs Rogers has a beautiful sopra no voice of much power clarity and sweetness and sings with the utmost musical taste and her solos at both services were greatly enjoyed by all present The evening services a union between the First and Second Churches and drew a large congregation The Resurrection by Bullard was presented by the com bined choirs of the two churches and was under the direction of the organ 1st Mr F C Mayer The solo by Mrs Rogers with violin obligato was a gem The obligato wasplayed by Miss Em Smith with her usual sweetness of tone A Friendly Hand When a man aint got an hes feelin kinder blue An the clouds hang dark heavy wont let the sun shine through Its a great thing aint it brother for a feller jes to lay His hand upon your shoulder in a friendly sort o way It makes a man feel curious the teardrops nearly start An you sorter feel a flutter in the region of your heart You cant look up an meet his eyes you dont know what to say When his hand ison your shoulder In a friendly sort o way Oh the worlds a curious mixture with its honey an its gall With its cares and bitter crosses but a good world after all An a goud God must have made it leastwise thats what I say When a hands laid on my shoul der in a friendly sort o way An Etiquette of Shaking Hands When to shake hands is a subject which depends somewhat on yet a few general rules given When a man is introduced to a woman she docs not shake hands with him unless he is desidcdly elderly or distinguished If he is the husband or brother of the woman presenting him it is natural to receive him cor dially byshaking hands but it is not form to do if he is a mere A hostess should shake hands with every guest who comes to her house on their arrival and departure Women do not shake hands when to each other but merely bow When however a young girl is presented by a friend to a married woman the latter shakes hands with her but the girl must not make the first advance Men shake hands when introduced to each other as an expres sion of good will When an entertainment a man shakes hands with the hostess and he may do so with friends who are near but he must not go about shaking hands gen erally Ex Cheated Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine EH Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caus ed me great pain suffering and anxie ty 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 constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal R E Me Roberts druggist guarantees them at 50c Irn A Good Idea The Democrats of the good county of Trimble have set a precedent In political that may perhaps fore shadow the dawn ing of the millenium The restrictions Imposed however on the candidates for otlice are such as should be adopted at every election in every county in the State and the universe at large All candidates for office before the primary soon to be held in that county are requied to take the following oath- I do solemnly swear that I will nei ther in person nor by direction nor though my friends either directly or Indirectly give loan or promise to any voter or any one for him any property spirituous vinous or malt liquors with value for the purpuse of promoting or influencing my election and should any one do any of the aboved named things for my benefit I do so solemnly swear that I will not reimburse him in any way whatever and will exert every effort of which 1 am capable in making my race for the otlice at county a just and honest one A Daredevil IKIde Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnie Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Schuele of ColumbusO caused me great pain Physicians were but Bucklens Arnic Salve quick Iv healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m Won a Name DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless and gentle action upon the and liver They have no equal for billlousness constipation etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make feel sick Once used al ways preferred They strengthen Sold byXR E McRoberts im fA AdvocateThe an an circumstances maybe acquaintance introduced leavin II matters or anything of Tritnble 1 c J i represented t4 nickel Death Theodore helpless of Fame bowel you r s HliyANTSVIluLE Mr C T Jenkins was in Georgetown last week Mr and Mrs W L Glass spent Sunday in Cincinnati Mrs Clay Dunn spent several days in Cincinnati last week Mr Sam Salter Is confined to his room with rheumatism Miss Alta Boner and Mr Clint Moore spent Sunday in NIcuolasville Miss Allie Arnold Of Lancaster Is the guest of the Misses Maret Mr Charles Frasa of Richmond vis ited his father James Frasa Sunday Mrs Jonn Bryant and Mrs Will Pet tus were in Danville shopping Mon dayEld F M Tinder will preach at Pleas ant Grove Sunday afternoon at three oclockMr Pettus of Somerset has been visiting his brother Mr W A PettusMiss Allie Dunn of Hamilton spent from Friday until Monday with her father Mr John Dunn Carrie Bould en of Xicholasville are expected in a few days to visit Mrs Will Dickerson Jell Dunn bought a horse from Geo W Thompson for 110 also 2000 Ibs of hemp from Mr Tevis Thompson for 4 Go a cwt Mesdames Sarah Hackley Fox and Ruble attended the funeral their brother Mr James Poor of Mer cer Tuesday Mr Jacob Stedman a student of St Aloysins Academy Cincinnati spent the Easter holidays with his mother Mrs Mary Stedman Messrs Hogan Ballard who is attend ing State College and Bryan Ballard who is in scnool at Cincinnati spent the Easter vacation with their Mrs E H Ballard PAINT LICK Miss Bessie Woods who has been ill unproved J L Tot ten representing the Harvester Co was here this weekProf Peckham will preach at New Hope next Sunday morning at 11 o clock Mr Givens of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co has been here for several days E L Woods and C C McWhorter shipped a car load of horses to Ills Tuesday for which they paid from 200 Little Miss Annie White her schoolmates Saturday with an Easter egg hunt Delightful refresh ments were served Mr W G Kemper the able and oblig ing cashier of the Peoples Bank was confined to his room for a week by throat trouble but we are glad to say is able to be back at his post duty Prof G B Simmons of this city has been appointed principal of Madison Female Institute lie is not only worthy and well qualified but is a splendid gentleman for the place The Ideal Entertainers will appear at Fishs Hall Friday evening This is one of the best organizations on the roan and all should attend The Knights of Phythias lodge secured the entertainment which is a guarantee that it is worth seeing Admission 15 and 25c The flower sale to be held by the Ladles 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 Mr Jonah Marsee bought of Mr Job Marsee a calf for 900 Mr T I Herring sold a lot of lambs to Mr Will Lawson at 6 per head Lucy the daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Barker is 111 with pneumonia Miss Carrie Durham sold some shoats to J W Woods at acts per lb Rev C S Ellis and Mr Sam Johnson of Lancaster were guests of Mr J W Woods Sunday Mr Mark Coins sold a horse to Mrs Richard McGrath for 140 He bought of D S Swope a yearling mule for 80 Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford has been the pleasant guest of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring for several daysThe same parties who failed last fall to water on the farm of C A Rob inson is boringagain for the same pur poseMrs Ben Hughes and daughter Della Rice of Lancaster have been spending several days with her moth er Mrs Margaret Sutton Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins will go the first of May to Indianapolis to make an extended visit to her brothers Willie and Leslie and cousin Mrs Dr StuckyRev S Ellis the popular preacher of Lancaster preached Sunday morn ing from the text When He is Come He will Reprove the World of Sjn of Righteousness and of Judgement Rev Wm Smiths Grove wjll preach next Sunday morning at 11 oclock He will be here for several days mingling with old friends for he has many in this community and they be sure to give him a cordial wel The floweir sale to be held by the Ladles Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 29th The flowers will be exhibit ed inthe Evans rooms just below Mas on Hotel All kinds of potted plants tlovy prices Wilds and W P of ismuch 125 entertained Und Stallings of 2t College Misses Olive mother International Mansfield IAILKSBUUY will come AINTS of all kinds for all T We guarantee to give you a better Z TT1 ba less lvtitan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I I F ONE I Business and Bargains For Sale extra large tarpaulin in good condition 2t Mrs C B Nevieus Lost Monday in Lancaster watch charm bearing initials D D G Re turn to this otlice and receive reward The Baptist Aid Society will have an exchange at the Post olllce the Oth of May tf Watch for Ideal Entertainers Ol Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A TCo 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell Thread needles pins socks and hose in exchange for produce Wards 2b Dont fail to hear the Ideals on April 27th Nails plow lines curry combs and brushes tobacco hoes etc at Wards Grocery 2t Wanted 100000 dozen 4 14 tf II B Northcott All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormcs Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Lime Portland and black diamond cements at Slormes Drug Store 210 varnish and sunproof paint to close out for less than cost 414 tf J C Thompson Agt Come to see us for We guarantee it for five 41 Frisbies Drug Store We will pay 14c cash for fresh clean eggs for cold storage 4 14tf II B Northcott Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices 47lf Romans Elmore Lost Saturday night a pocket book on the square tinder return re ceive a reward Ilayden Leavell Gold spectacles in Lancaster last Saturday Leave at this otlice and get reward It Laugh and the world laughs with you so say the Ideals who appear at Court house on April 27th tf House Paints Roof Paints Barn Paints each the of its kind made Frisbies Store 4b Are you going Where To hear the deals at Lancaster on April 27th benefit of Baptist Sunday school tf We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get otr prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore Baptist Sunday school remember the Ideals at Court house on April 27th for our benefit tf We can supply your every in the paint line at the lowest 4t Frisbies Store For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott Firstclass surrey and phaeton for sale For particulars call at Currey Davidsons store Mrs T Currey 331 Homeseekers Excursion to Michigan- via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May 2nd and 16th 1905 at greatly reduced rates taAuSublo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillao Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and St Relens Tickets are limited 15 days from the date of sale Ask Agents for particulars or write E N liken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rine arson G P A Cincinnati Ohio tf 21 tf at tf Jap alac YOU aint yea Lost st 11 ug It ces Dr g 414 e eggs very t p f Most Select and Largest A Yielding Sorts Mammoth Red Cob White Dent 1 The largest and most satisfactory I I large white Cora offered GOLDEN KING Foil stocks of other superior for list and prices and improve BLUE RIBBON SEEDS JUTinUED GOLD BEIUL ST loot Largest Vegetable and FlowerSeeds Alfalfa Seeds Seed DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS frCO Seedsmea LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY II The heft early arge yellow sorts Write your Crops Are always the most to use LOrI tooPotatoes COw Peas Soy Beans Millet Sor hum etc 0 econonrial r Ward pays cash for eggs N Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save yon money 4 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 Miss Fannie Bishop has several tine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song U For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney For sale CHEAP 75 bbls Flour Mill in good condition if interested write W E JJeLaney 3t Williamsburg Ky Hear the Ideal Entertainers in their up to date musical sketches speciali 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 II B Northcott Do you wish to laugh and grow hand some Then attend the Ideal Enter tainment on April 27th at Court louse tf We want your Paint for less money Frisbies Drug Store 4t We arc ware room and getting in the stock vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore We are are on a deal to sell 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 dont delay 1 14tt 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 batteuburg 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 Coal and Salt For sale Best Jellico Coals on hand at yard near depot Close prices for car load lots Prompt attention given to all orders Salt on hand for sale Your patronage solicited 3 l Jones Patterson Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all kinds in the best man tier Charges reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Shop over Wards store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson 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 block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons We have just received a fresh of wire fence which we are going to sell Get our price on this We mean business add will sell you cheap 4 7tf Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gem niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf 2t Possess- Ion thud rarnlsh business we will value than anybOdy In o our stock dints Notice carload ter Lancaster largest buggy g ourS Is a bay horse foaled in 1899 5s 16 bands high and no white Sired by Red Wilkes 17J9 Sire of 123 trotters and 44 pacers dams of 1S5 in 2SW 8 producing sires Sire of Prince 14 Ralph Wilkes 2OG 34 Ithurlel 209 11 Blanche Louise 210 Dollie Wilkes 211 12 Red Star 212 14 Dams of Walnut Hall 2oS 14 Kingmond 209 Nobel 210 14 1st dam S dam of Ashbnrton 213 14 Red Bond 220 12 T by Mnmbrino Boy 841 2G 151n2M dams ol Allerton20914 Axtcll 212 2d dam Bird Coleman by Mam brlno Temple lISt sire of Billy Boy 226 11 dam of Tom Push 230 3rd data Nellie by Draco llfi sire of Draco Prince 224 14 Blanche 225 11 Outlaw dams of 10 in 230 4th Canada Whalebone Red Bond Is bred like the two greatest sires living Alleton and Axtell all three of them being by the SODS of the great Ceo Wilkes and out of the daughters of JIambrluoBoy22fi lie has the llnest legs feet eyes and is only a perfect trotter but a coach horse that can win in any horse show Last New York Wilkes of Morton 22811 damby and not 2H Fannie sire PURPOSES See Wards new granite dish pans They are beauties 2t For sale Seed Oats Call on J C Ilemphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky 310tf Measures for clothing are taken in an apartment separated from Dry department- tf Joseph Hughes Two hours and a half of solid enjoy given you by the Ideal Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest 4 14tf II B Xorthcott We guarantee our paint not chalk blister or come oil for five years If it does we will give you paint to re paint it free of charge 4t Frisbies Drug Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Will pay 84 GO per 100 Ibs for 100000 PO B 4t J B Walker Richmond Ky Tomatoes arid early Cabbage plants now ready to transplant tf Joseph Faulconer J L Roberts manager of the Opera house Owensboro Ky writes Have your house packed for the Ideal Enter ainers without a question are a suc 2t If you are a lover of music bring your girl Ideals will entertain her Benefit Baptist S unday school at court house Thursday night April 27th 2t T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a fine line of staple and fancy and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf Gold Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G who has taken gold medals on his tailormade goods and has a patent on the front slnuldar and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Hughes Joseph Agts The flower sale to be held by the DadiesAid Society of the Lanbaster Christian church will begin Saturday the 2Sth The llowers will be in the Evans rooms just below Mas Hotel All kinds of potted plants at low prices 2t 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 Milton Sneed Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British March 1st to May 15 1005 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IRA F SCHWKGEL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction BIdg Cincinnati O As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells Ui satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be tilled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 916tf ment will be April27th sellingSacks bs No 1 Hemp c Chicago exhibited t peel Harris SC o Columbia RED BOND 87223 220i T Horse Show in September he won in everY class he was shown and defeated some of the grandest show horses ever in Madison Square Red Bond is not only a very high going horse but is a trotter and goes without boots or weightsWe in Red Bond we have one of the greatest stallions in Amieica to sire speed and high stspplng coach horses His conformation is that of a firstclass show horse for Madison Square Garden being a horse of a great deal of finish style substance and bone lie is bound to sire the popular horse of tho day having the extreme speed and action that is required to demand high prices The horsemen of the country think this horse is the best highstepping stallion owned In the State and with his breeding should make a great sire Will make the season of 1905 at Morinleta Farm near Danville at 25 to insure a living colt or 20 to Insure a living colt whenthree or more mares are bred I lead- Ing A E HUNDLEY1 h DANVILLE AND Lower Than Ever New Gar RECEIVED And we will give you Big Bargains Come Look and be CONVINCED Remember the place Harness Harness Kaselden Robinson PAINT VALUE Il f f4f It tIr WWN ttNfiJfI Buggies I Harness I I JIIIWJIIII I I I I ARNESS I I aM6aAa1A vn n 13yr I rBEST 1 F M MMIO1M ORM M MMMSOAS H MMMNtMM M oAr MAAM wwvrwwr arwvvowosvvaaaoa Covers Most Looks Best Vears Longest rNfj ERINJAWILLI1MSf4LINI Measure Always Uniform Most I Economical Full Assets Jan 1 1905 3906602110 Insurance in Force Jan 1 105 1928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of issue Payment of prumium the only con dition 2 Automatically premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request in case of defaultafter tile payment of one Choicebetween Extended Insurance and Insurance after two years premiums paid 3 In case of during the period of automatic Extended Insurance no deduction for premium is made 4 Loansat 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 C Several options In settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic 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 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 acopy 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 niv life in your Company on this plan for the sum of I was born on the i day of 18 Name Address We have a complete stock of SPRINC MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John P Lear If SOLD BY R E 6 nonforfeitable as soon asone premium een 5 per cent at any Privilege submit person 0 mmiUmUUUiUIUIUIUIUIUU iUiU U1U1U1U1U lUU1U McROBERTS paid up death 1lrnrmnrnrnrnnlrnrlnnnlrllr Il nr nDIr 111111fln nllr11r11rnr to R v 4 RECORD LOUIS Entered at the Pos Office in iMneaiter Kyai Mail Hatter Lancaster Ky April 28 1905 The cardinal tenet of a new associa Lion that has been chartered in Illi nols is that the of human life works in inverse ratio to the sum total of sins committed The association is named Longevity club and its mem bers are enthsiastic believers in their doctrine Longevity in their view de pends absolutely upon the spiritual development says one of our dally exchanges No other element has the slightest effect on the lengthening of ones days except the elevation or the lowering moral tone either of the in dividual or of the community Ac cording to the tentative schedule of the club to lie about the age of eggs by the grocer for instance will dis count the probable tenure of his life six months The street car conductor who fakes a nickel looking innocent loses thirty days To steal a newspa per before ones door abbeviates life a And so on The greater sins of society are not yet scheduled It is hoped that the lesser sins of which the majority of men are careless killed before time and accruing interest have an opportunity to de velop them crimes The thought less contend that life is not really longer for the moral citizens but only seems longer to him yet it is still hoped that a large number of peple may fall in line with the new thought Live the Longevity club Col W P Walton has again put on the editorial harness much to the gratification of his many friends both in and out of the profession has purchased the Kentucky Journal at Franklortand will run a red hot daily paper Col Walton is one of the ablest editors in the South and as we have often said iras done more good for the Democratic party than any editor in Kentucky Frankfort needs just such a piper as he will run Mrs Elvira Miller Slaughters book The Confessions of a Tattler has been published and is being read with much pleasure by her friends and the general public Mrs Slaughters Tat tier column in the Louisville Times was one of the best features that splendid paper ever had and the same happy style is brought out even strong er in the book She is a gifted writer and her legion of friends would rejoice if her ready pen were used oftener Prof Jameson of the history depart ment of the University of Chicago has discovered that our natal day ought to fall on August 18th instead of July 4th and claims to have evidence to back his asser tion All now losing sleep ov er this great announcement should take the first train to Chicago and give the professor a chance to remove the doubt from their minds Bighearted Charley Meacham of the Hopkinsville Kentuckian U being mentioned as a candidate for the democratic nomination for Con press in the Hopkinsville district If the party will nominate him it will have a candidate against whom abso lutely nothing deterimental can be said und if elected Kentucky will have a representative of whom the people will be justly proud Rider Haggard the English novelist and economist now on a tour of this country says that America is a land of loud noises lie has evidently church services and witnessed the female portion of the congrega flan as thev stood in the vestibule and talked after services President Roosevelt is still enjoying his hunt in the wild and wooly West The first bear he killed weighed 000 pounds Set that weight down in your memorandum book right now and then compare it with what bruin weighed when the president gets back to Washington Such game growswith time after killing with the same as does a fish President Roosevelt has proven him self an expert hunter while Grover Clevelands ability as a fisherman is unsurpassed Let these gentlemen head the next National tickets and the tall lying will furnish such Nation has never before witnessed JL member of the Allegheny Pa board of health comes to the front with the that beards are nothing more than germ nests and spreaders of disease He is wrong Did you ever hear of the death of a ber of the Peoples Party Inside pockets are no longer placed in Prince Albert coats sajs a fashion note This will work a great hardship on the front seat church man who places his religion in this pocket when he hangs up the coat on Sunday night there to remain until the next Sunday Had onetenth tine amount for the the head been dropped the hat passed by the deacons at the churches Sunday ministers would receive the salary due them and a number of old debts be wiped out A press report says the beautiful ac tressMaxine Elliott traveled 11000 this season in Her Own Way Well you ever hear of any woman traveling in any other If as fashion tell us worn i fN14HAL pIoo er LANDRAM eek maybe sparkling documentary persons editor rapidity attended amusement as the hat on Into c d t 1 Isaiueil liekly Join Sceond Class spoil into thinking rile statement men many miles did way editors X y j B nils tfjVns ata tuba H srlu bac Mpre heoins to ha qn wayhivs lie men to even except by wearing gymnasium suits A lawyer by the name of Lymburg er is connected with the case or Patterson the New York actress now on trial charged with killing a man No wonder the trial has attracted wide attention A New York paper prints a long ed itorial under the heading The Scare ity of Great Men With the season in full blast we think there is an overproduction of great men just now An educated monkey was the guest swell in New York last week We knew that the educated jack ass generally filled this place but the monkey is a new A niece of millionaire Andrew Car ncgie has married the family In this she shows nuch better judgment than do most rich girls who sell themselves to titled foreigners Miss Alice Roosevelt is to make a visit to Cincinnati If she wishes to be in the push while sojourning in that city she must learn to drink beer and eat limberger cheese Editor Jim Allen of the Cynthiana Democratwho is authority on the styles in womens harness calls the new hourglass figure a of time A baseball pitcher in the Southern League is named Segar He doubtless smokes when knocked out of the box PKEAUllEllSVlLLE Mr Tudor of Paint Lick is visiting relatives here J B Hutchins went to Jellico this week on business D M Anderson bought 40 hogs from M Cress for 4cts J II Thompson sold 12 hogs to J J Thompson for 4 jets Mr Meadows has been visiting Mrs Alford Owens Rev F 1 Rogers left for his home in Oklahoma last Monday is able to be out several days sickness Mr J W Cummins was at home a few days ago from Tyrone J II Rigsby sold 125 bbls of corn to D Holtzclaw for 50 per bbl Mr Win Pleasant of Cedar Creek was visiting Mrs F F Cummins last week Mr King wife and beautiful little girl were visiting Mrs Cress last Sunday Mrs Ledford of Owsley county who has been visiting her mother Mrs Sowder has returned lining Barlow Grose who lived here for several years died at his home in the 9th of this month Rev R F Jordan and daughter Miss Beulah went to Hebron Sunday where Bro Jordan tilled his appointment To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Ky I am prepared to the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal 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 the indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment com panics For further particulars in re gard to Mutual or Assessment address me M Green Murphy KingsviJIe Ky The He Said Girl Did you ever notice a group of girls between the ages of 14 and 18 away in a corner The next time you sit near such a groupe listen and hear if about every tenth word is not about what he said If it is you have found some more of the he said girls and they are not the nicest little girls in the world The he said girls are likely to loiter downtown alter school too late to help their mothers with the afternoon work They are likely to wear a little better clothes than their father can afford so that the neighbors wonder what their mothers can be about The he said girls too often think more of the boys than of their books and frequently fail to get through school They are in for a good time and have nothing in their heads but two steps Some times takes a girl out of the he said family and makes a fine woman but generally she to going out to parties and is developed her aid either marries and fades at 20 or hangs on after all the other girls are married off and takes generation tergeneration of young boys to by hand and becomes known as in a crowd There is nothing so sweet as a simple frank ed girl but the girl Is abomination The whole matter rests with the girls mother She can either bring up of the he said girls or she can have daughter to be proud of Ex Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the viru lent poisons bf undigested food C G Grayson of Dula Miss took Dr Kings Life Pills with the re he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic prop erties McRoberts dreg store guaranteed 1m tII Nan baseball of honor at a dinner given wrinkle coachman Mr P E Parrish after 2 L R Missouri Stanford recommend settlements Companies chattering nature her raise grandma boy an one a 25 rut 1ji get band thin gets before- time open he struck New salt laxative atIlE L lr kits art a I Mrs John Lane visited Mis rot Lane at Spoonville week Mr and Mrs Andrew Bogic spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs G W Ander sonMr James Sanders visited his daugh ter Mrs II B Coy at Kirksville last week Mj and Mrs C M Moberly visited their daughter Mrs J T Speaks last week Messrs Wm and John Fayne and JesffLamav have gone to Oklahoma on prospecting tour Frank Pierce of Hyattsville spent part of last week with his couisins Jim and Clyde Sanders Masters Jim and Henry Sanders of Hvattsville spent last Friday with their uncle J W Sanders Tevis Preston and family visited his grand mother Mrs Malinda in Jessamine last week Mrs Emma Posey continues ill Mr and Mrs Will Jones of London were visitorsat Mr Morris Ross last week Mrs Nelson Prewitt visited her Mr and Mrs Jas Lear ed church last Sunday Mr and Mrs W T Watson have re turned home after visiting his mother and other relatives in Pulaski county Last Saturday gad Sunday were Bro Pikes day at Freedom He preached two excellent sermons lie preaches every Sunday at Freedom at half past two Mr Will Moberly of Madison and Ross of this place drove to Richmond last week and were mar Your scribe is indeed sorry to know that Capt White still remains unable to get out May the hand of God rest upon him and soon restore him to health 1JEDNA Y1STA Top Christopher and family have moved to Missouri Did Christopher and family have moved to Somerset Rev Welburri will fill the pulpit at Mt Olivet Sunday April 30th Chas Spillman of Shakertown spent Saturday with Mrs M A Spillman Mr Lucien Frost who has been crit ically ill during the winter is improving Mr and Mrs Leathers of Falconer have been visiting their daughter Mrs W H Duncan Miss Ada Carter who has been visi ting her sister Mrs Virgil Scott has returned to her home at Hanly Miss Florence Christopher will re turn home in the course of a few weeks from New Mexico where she has been spending the winter Mrs Sallie Preston and son Charles left Saturday fur Illinois where they will make their future home They manyfriendsA protracted meeting will begin at Browns Chapel on May 15th bv the regular pastor Dr Jolly J Young Rev Young was a pastor at Browns Chapel and lie will receive a hearty welcome from his old friends and acquaintances 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 JlcCREARY Mrs J T Hardin is quite sick Mrs John Doolin continues very ill Mrs Rolinda Hill is visiting herson T 0 Hill at Buckeye Little Miss Edna Gulley has return ed from a visit to her aunt in Cincin natl Mr and Mrs Robt Smith of Rinks ville visited the latters mother last week Mr and Mrs John Forbes visited the latters mother at Mt Hebron last Taylor children were visitors of Mr and Mrs John Lackey last week Little Miss Annie Lee Perriri of Stanford is visiting her aunt Miss Lill Warner Mrs Davis and children and Miss Ida Potts of Buckeye are visitors of Mrs Hardin Mrs T A Royce and daughters Cleo and Ruth are visiting in this week Mrs Will Beazley children and motber were visitors of Mrs Will Brpadus recently Mrs R A Burnside has been visiting her little grand son Lackey who has been quite sick Mr and Mrs Wm Simpson and son Creedare visiting relatives in county Messrs Ollie gad Jesse Bogle of Teatersville were visitors of Claude and Charlie Sadler Sunday Misses Birdie and Annie Walker and Liza Ray visited Misses and Bessie Layton recently Mrs Ben Kelley entertained her friends last Saturday evening Music was the leading feature of the evening The flower sale to be held by the Ladles Aid Society of the Lancaster Christian church will begin the 29th The flowers will be exhibit ed in the Evans rooms just belw the Mason Hotel All kinds of potted plants at low prices bH 10 E Mar I Preston NINA parents andattend Miss Bertha congratulations gradually conducted and- Re formally weekMr Raineyand T Misses Lancaster Jolla friends and Emma Saturday O I I last J 1 I R orC o 1 SEEDS Oorn Millet Cane and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all p kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands II Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness SingleMH 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 w l ROMANS ELMORE CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING and discounting invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS p Stormes Drug Store 1 I It YrB7 r fFfr 7 fJ 0 Gi X0 r I I ON rn a m rn r c f n n n n r n c r e l 1 p 111 151 o o lv o o a i Of course you want 1 Tie MILLINERY n we have the Swellest Line in Central Kentucky I SALLIE D fILLET 1 Hfctea KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr riI I o L I I Q 0 rj WITH New Discovery kill t 1 FOR cONSUMPTIONOUGHS I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than shipstufF Any class of Feed you may need Etc GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson I n Price Free Trial I60c 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all JTHROAT and J TEOUB LBS or MONEY SACS For Spring Brides Hats that will please the new brides o f this Spring can be purchased from our magnificent stock of sj Remember we can p please each and ourSplete than ever be JH fore and prices g the lowest Marvel Millinery We are now listing farms and otherproperty to advertise in catalogues and papers in other Youwill do well to see us at your earliestconvenience if you want to sell your property Hughes Swlnebroad tf Book On California 56 pages 7G illustrations Describes California and the route there Chi cago Milwaukee and St Paul Union Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited Leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago C 05 p 31 daily San Francisco the third day in time for dinner California book sent for 6 cents postage P A Miller Genral Passenger Agent Chacago or W S Howell 381 Broadway UewYofki ljdlfiJ fillffttKGf I I I lIandsomo Iillillerr f r E Store Miss Ada Dickerson ILocated on Public Square over Sweeueys Rooms Arrives t 0 f i fcs q x e- r Land Stock Crops All reports Indicate that the outlook for winter wheat throughout the coun try Is unusually fine The Woodford Sun says that Claude S Williams sold 1C twoyearold mules in Richmond at from 275 to 358 per pair x In Woodford last week V Zeigler the Continental bought 153000 pounds of tobacco at an average of SJ cents Over live hundred horses were sold at combination sale at Murfreesboro Tenn last week at the average price of 160 In Montgomery R L Tipton sold a carload of fat cattle weiuht 1440 pounds to W B Greener for 5 25 per hundredThe County Democrat says that growers In that country will a largely increased acreage of bacco this year Eight thousand four hundred and seventytwo calves were received at the Chicago market last Tuesday which we believe breaks the record for single day receipts Marion Welch sold a bunch of hogs last week to I N Osborne of Clark county for hundred Stanton Herald Gentry Thomas of bought last week of Thomas McClin tock of Millersburg nineteen mules at 8108 per lead At a sale of Shorthorns held by John Lister at Conrad Iowa on March 31st 26 females averaged 40 and 11 bulls averaged 123 20 a general average for the 37 head of 15920In sale of Poland China hogs at Elmwood 111 a few days ago 47 head sold for 0345 an average of 135 per head The highest price was 535 for a brood sow by 11 Stassen of Minicr Illinois ike Parrishs tobacco crop grown on his farm in the edge of Scott county which he sold last week to Y F ler at 10 GO was delivered at the American Tobacco Cos warehouse or i n 4 jig J putout too 4per sun I 7 tot I 1 C C l7 t here Tuesday It was grown on 10 acres auk weighed out 59021 pounds over 2000 pounds per acre Wood ford Sun The Maysville Bulletin says that up to 1800 any field in the hood land dis of Mason county would grow hemp considered the hardest crop to raise Now likely there is scarcely a field in the county that will bring this crop owing to the impoverishment of the land by tobacco culture The Kentucky Burley Tobacco Associan has declined to unite with the Dark Tobacco Growers Association of Tennessee in a move reduce the acreage of tobacco in the tobacco belt with a view to main high prices and forcing the combine to hustle for its supply It is about time for the crop reporter to get his pencil ready to destroy the crops with all kinds of bugs and germs It is wonderful how suddenly a man with a pencil can destoy a cr p Some other men are just as apt in makinga double yield in the same manner To Horsemen You will make no mistake if you breed to Madison Dare as you are sure to get the class of coll I for which there is so great a demand I from Eastern horsemen We have spent much time and money to secure such a horse and take great in placing him before the public- W E lligginbothamMarcellus The condition of Kentucky crops shown by the Department of agricul lure is good The report sent out this week says Wheat condition 00 percent oats per cent of crop sown April 1 83 per cent condition iuclud ing winter oats 00 per cent rye cur dition 03 tobacco per cent of Burley sold April 1 73 per cent o dark tobacco sold 53 price with 1004 115 The plan has been adopted by Michigan feeders during recent years of purchasing lambs in the au tumn and carrying them through the winter on rough feed with a moderate allowance of grain and then fattening them and selling them in the spring after having removed the wool The plan seems to work well It is claimed that lambs thus handled have brought 1 Growers went to e W J a per cent certain l1 tri r ct C compare h UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood COOOOCOCOO OOOCOOOO I I I I 1l First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair I COOOOOOO OOC OOOO 2 I AV AMOV REI1 IY j 1 cured MY cough with German Syrup I lie wrote to Dr O G Green An1 as true as I tell doctor dear Im feelin finer than ever Ive been consumptive should not be the victim of as he often is but the moment the dread disease mani fests its presence he should be Bo schees German pure medicine that made specially for the cure of consumption has a wide fame as a n for catarrh colds sore throat and all broncliiil affections in old and Jit is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century QTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 75C At ill druggists throughout the world For sale by It E HcUobcrlM most money during recent year From all prospects the biggest crop of tobacco in years will be put out this year especially in Central Ken tacky Farmers are plowing up every acre of ground available and the in this community says the Clipper have all the work they can possibly attend to building barns Watch out for a tremendous drop in prices next year Every year we are besought to pub lish a receipt for keeping files off of stock As this is the beginning of fiy time we publish the following taken from the columns of a standard agricultural journal In two quarts of boiling water dissolved one qiifcer pjund of common hard soap add one of coal oil churn togeth till well mixed and then dilute with three quarts of water and one quart of fish oil If a larger quantity be made maintain these proportions This emulsion applied every other day will keep the Hies away Besides throwing out of employment about 5000 persons in Kentucky and Tennessee the new duty imposed by the British Parliament on stripped to bacco will have the effect of reducing the efficiency of several 01 her branches of the tobacco trade particularly the manufacture of fertilizer made from the stems and the manufactur of ex tract made from the same Louisville the chief points in Kentucky being Henderson and Ovensboro The extent to which the industury has been affected can be ap proximated when it is considered that between 50000000 and 70000000 pounds of tobacco were shipped annual y to England This will now stripped in England and it is said a co npany has been organized there to handle the stems as they were utiliz ed here Luther Hamilton bought of Ilany and Huh Scrivener a lot of hogs average about 120 pounds at five C nts The Scrivener brothers were fed I Syrupa nonalcoholic y the carpenters pint Is not directly affected l f bet ou Midway e bay Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict Do you want to live in a region where the are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union and Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains via this line over the famous doubletrack between CALIFORNIA withcold resources Pacific NorthWestern railway Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway Colonist X33 tickets are on sale daily March May 15 at the rate of 3300 from Chicago corre spondingly low rates from all points give you an unusual chance to make the Ito These tickets are good on daily and personally conducted excursions on which a double berth in a Pullman touristsleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 Roundtrip tickets are always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways f j Fill IN THIS AND IT TODAY f COUPONr MAIL Nw4S4 All of the work is It is easy to oper ate rapid and durable It will do any work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be clone on others Send for free catalogueThe UnderwoodTjpewriterCo Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky Xvis- ible X Iy A X w B KNISKERN P T M C NW Ry Chicago III Please mail to my address California booklets maps full A particulars concerning rates and train service j i free and I y the iHfct f rXjliiliUKIJt KjUl liilj ii ft food fur hugs Uy In a few ears of corn with a bunch or two of hay u combination or hash is made which the hugs enjoy and fatten upon Owing to the practice of this method the hogs sold to Mr Hamilton were brought into marketable condition in a shorter time and at less expense than the old system of feeding corn straight would have required The important discovery for which the puolic is indepted solelv to the MessrF Scrivener is destined U5 work a great revolution in the hog chester Democrat Expressive Name For Indigestion It E McRoberls linn Simple Ilcmcdy That In nuuraiileed to Cure the Trouble No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than Minis ery The stomach is weak and can not digest the food so that there is no appetite there are pains and 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 Miona This is the only stomach remedy known that gives relief the stomach and digestive organs It is this principle that makes it a cure for indigestion Other medicines may give temporary relief by helping digest the food but they do not strengthen the stomach and that organ gets weaker and weaker all the time R E McEoberts the reliable retail Druggist has so much confidence 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 Miona is in tablet form and should be taken before each meal Other re medics for stomata troubles and are taken after the meal and decompose the good food you eat but Mi ona 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 rata Right Name IM OoWItt DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools s lothes and heals cuts burns bolls bruises piles and all skirt diseases K E Sickefoose Adolph W Va says lily little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful Salve iu the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by R E McRobei ts lm A Tried cud True Friend One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Gertrude E Feuner Marion Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from US to 92 pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entire ly cured me Sold by R E McRobertslm All persons having claims against the estate or J S Robinson will present them properly verified to his executors for payment All persons who are indebted to J S son decd are notiefid to settle with his e tutors as soon as convenientMrs V Robinson- J C Robinson Executors I mixing industryWin I I by strengthen- Ing certain guarantee refunded indigestion 1I heal- Ing e I Mrs NOTICE Roll I griping dec d u rtw Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky DORSEY GOLDUST 12055 i A g Full Brother to 219 14 Sired by Zllcadi Golddust 4400 by Jolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zilcadi an Imp Arabian Dorsey Golddusts dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a GailMorgan making him an Intensely in bred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on sides the best family of road horses known Dorsey Jolddust is a dark bay black points full 1C hands weighs LOB Ibs proven and uniform breeder of high class road and eastern horses combin ing all the qualities for harness and saddle and are in demand at top prices The champion saddle and combined of the American horse shows 1902 Oo 04 Jack 0 Diamonds stands to his credit 12 of his cults have sold for over 14000 in the past two years His service is offered for less than any horse of his producing quality in Ken tucky Will stand at my farm 2 miles from Stanford Ky on Ilustonville pike at 20 to Insure n giving Colt Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at lOc per day on grassNo responsi bility for accidents or escapes The best of careful handling given Address- F REI D Stanford or Danville Highland Stock Farm I offer this season the service of BLACKBURN This combined harness and saddle will mate the present season at the Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at zo to Insure a Living colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in the county DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Blackburn is 5 years old 16 hands high and solid black Was by Senator Blackburn by Dillard Dudley by John Dillard by Indian Chief by Imported Chief the premium horses of their dam was by Graftonian by Administrator by Risdyks lIam bletonian 2nd dam by Denmark by old Denmark Imp Hedgeford Senator Blackburn dam was by Bentons Diomede 2nd dam by thoroughbred Graftonians dam Delia by Millions Popper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the dam of Grafton by Kavanauirhs Grey Eagle 3rd dam by Masons Whip 4th dam by Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums at Maysvillc Is Sharps burg Germantown Beattyville IIus tonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever he was shown He was the hest combined stallion in the United States Ills colts took premiums wherever shown Many of his colts were never beaten Our colt was sold for 1800 and Senator Blackburn was sold for 1500 and he is living today and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one of the individuals in the country He is an extra heavy boned with 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 old and will make the season at the low price of for a living colt Grazing at 2 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 3So 187 Q A C MILES Buckeye Ky S v st Est lle SOI ut I Stallion I sired r 700 stallion a da Richmnnd fine txS S S SxSxs Sxm I Electrician 5007 1 Sire of Midi 211 Klectrimout 221J4 Gretchen 22lfPrince own brother to Grateful 2rt o In Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands high Standard Reg Electioneer 12j sire of ICfi dams of 12 ho by 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah 7 Kent mare bv Imp Elec tricuins met dam Uebeecadam 217 Kexford 2SM Uus3enole20 etc lienton 1755 sire of 21 dams of OS he by Jim Scott S3i sire of 2 Lady Ben ton by Grays 10 Second dnm dam of 221 Idella 20 and Chimes Bell sire of Van Z she by Abdallah Star Third dam Emma Jlills dam of 3 sires etc by American Star 11 Electrician a royalbred horse tine style and action with great lIe is n horse that posses great speed and gameness although his record is he repeatedly showed in 215 A number of his get has been for roadsters bringing from 300 to 1500 As most of his colts are with fine action style and size I can recommend him as a great stock horse win make the season on Slime conditions and same as Clay King at the fee of FIFTEEN DOLLARS Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34Sire of Dick Wilson 2OS The King 210J Maliso C 2 17 Tom 1halr 215 Nellie Bruce 21 Clay Wilkes Justin M 2 Dorado 2 and eight others with records of better all trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By King Clay 591 Sire of Marble 214 Claymore 21 Kingbriuo22olJoa 2 M Edgar 22 Queen Amy 2 14 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King 227 and granddam of Maid 21314 Sire of 8t 211 11 St Patrick 214 3a othere sons have sired 175 and laughters have produced Dick 2124 Strougwood 212JJ Iomestnke14 etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by 10 Dam of Amy 2 201 of 2S Vllmaf 2 and Wildalr sire of 2 of George Wilkes Electioneer Happy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny by Young Bacchus Sing 5aiSJre of Clay King is a son of Harry 45 dam Modesty 22GK by Tom 147 2 dam Star dam of aaiJi by American Star dam by Em mous Uuroc King with kind of stud opportunities would today be brat tight of successful extreme speed stud career is begun and there is not a horseman in the Blue Grass State who does not regard him wonderful sire of early and extreme man attime Lexington seen his accomplish what has never been done by the produce of any other horse they have seen his lu 14 second and then sell for startling prices they have seen tive as much gameneus and genuine race horse qualities as those of any sire ever quartered In Kentucky Kin will make the of 1903 at the feed and sale stable of W B Burton lu Lancaster at the low price of TWELVE DOOLLAKS and FIFTY CENTS to Insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to se cure tho payment of the season All care be taken to prevent accidents to stock intrusted to our care but shouldany occur we will not be respodslble for the same V B Burton I Race Record 224 14 ii Leta ilist lIe Is by sIre of dams of I I I 2ro3 4 I b 4 Guard 2 j The Raven 22Ii lfi 2 EOla Clay 1 jam I I Clap 113 I hll old rP 111 i I 2t3i4 223 3 of Arises 22fi Rebecca Geu 211 2r1 312 5iiTie than 30 Miss Lida 2 Jsetc 1 4 Goy 2ru 011Sire as- a season I C X 4 DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU HATtoo home eoatalas times tho trial site sells for 50 cents PREPARED AT THE LAEORATORY Or C CHICAGO ILL The S 216 which ONLY E DWITT COMPANY a Cures Catarrhal Deafness One WcekH lJ e IIoinei Hid flute Iliun MX Month Treatment by Si cIiiliNi In the treatment of deafness which is ofter a result of catarrh Iloymei acts almost immediately upon the in lamed membrance and the hearing begins tc return at once A few days treatment will bring relief and in three or four weeks according to tln severity of the case a cure will be Miss Meeks of Mattewan K Y says Hyomei is truly wonderful 1 have used it but a short time and see 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 McRoberts is selling Hyomei upon the unusual plan o agreeing to return the money if the medicine not cure A complete outfit costs only SI 00 and consists of an inhaer that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei The inhaler will last a lifetime and 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 Ilyjumei does not cure R E McRoberts will return your money lm Paragon Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam On ida217 by Florida grandam of Grace Bond 219 Lady Ham by Hambrlno 820 dam of 2W J Ed Winter 212 etc dnm Wally Ashland 47 4th dam by Mambrlno BrItton th dam Kit Sir Walter Jay hind 5000 sire of Hawthorne 2OGi Aller ton 20 Bird 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others Viy George Wilfcs 511 dam Lady Frank by Mambrino Star 5W s a handsome individual oj tine conformation size and style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Bird is one of the greatest IMng sires and that his blood on is shown by the fact that his sons here sired over 2 C standard performers Including Lncanda 2tt Susie J 20V4 Jay McGregor 207 Kagle and many performers while Paragons 2i7 the grand dam of Bond 2 the greatest toeing thetrotting turf ever seen and his second dam Lady Ham Is the dim of Hawthorne I Kd Winter etc You will see from theabove that Paragon is one of the best bred horses and there is no reason why ho should not become one of Jay Birds greatest sons His record no he could trot in 215 or better Should Ion fall to get you a trotter he Is a horse such fine conformation size action stvle and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high and carriage which cannot be produced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon proved himself last year to be a Sure Foal Getter He will make the season of at my stable three miles north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pile at Twelve Dollars and Fifty to insure a living colt tosecureed with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky Will make the sensors of 1905 on term one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up and all right A lien retained until season is paid Money duo when the mare is or bred to other stock Care token to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Chester years old 16 hands high a dark chestnut sorrel He is the of finish of courage but perfectly timid natural saddle harness a model In form possessing that won derful style of the Vhesterdare family tho world acknowledges as sup a show has proven himself a Xo 1 breeder and tits colts are sell tag to Eastern buyers for good prices Pedi gree sired by the famous Chestenlare Xo 10 N S U R he by Black Squirrel 68 He by Black King 67 he ton Denmark 64 he Uaiues Denmark and he by race horse Denmark F S by ImportedHedgeford Chester Squirrels dam Tellgraph and known as the Jimmy saddle mere considered one of the greatest brood mares in Kentucky Finejack at the same time and place I will stand my JIg young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sited by John he by out of an Imported Jcunrt John Morgan Jr out of by Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince lie by 2nd Prince ho by 1st dam by Dixie she Irvin Dixie by 2nd Nellie by Lord 3rd dam bv Importer He is hands high solid white No breeder and his colts brought from 3o to 00 at the tent last tall T O HILL BUCKEYE CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2162- By Chester Dare No 10 dam Nancy L 2847 by On Time 745 Bay horse 15 hands high foaled May 1002 Madison Dare is a horse of great style and action with plenty of bone and size carries good tall and is a great fronted horse Goes the five gaits re quired and proved to be a show horse last year as a 2 yearold Will serve twentylive approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to a living colt Mares kept at three Dollars a month at own ers risk Not responsible for accidents but careful given to all stock sent to our place W W and J E Higginbotham Marcellus Ky i ng 57 accomplished 2291 4 2 I 2nd dam rd b JII hr eds 04 Oncldu OJ 3 eRroI1 OG Is measure ofbls Chester S a which to all ns h b e II end is t dam I 15 lIe tea I l I h b s dun times Firl y other s G n Pa lent Cent qui trade eror Iynshi by Collier insure ice ns ref s I P o c I QUICKLY CURED BY TarThere is no case on record of a in Pneumonia or lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the post obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar cases of Consumption and even the last stages will always glee comfort and relief and Tar gives to Asthma sufferers as the difficult ing at once Remember the name and substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparation no opiates Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs of Danville Ill writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Honey aryl Tar cured me of Consumption after 1 had suffered two years and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief the last one said ho could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Honey and Tar is a Godsend people with Throat and Lung Two Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three 50c The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the SI 00 bottle al most six times as much SOLD AHD RECOMMENDED BY For sale bv CC Storuies Forget About Your Stomiicli If your digestion is had the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodul 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 and gradually grows so strong and healthly that it troubles you no more E D Babcock Amberst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its prep aration is the result of many years of research Sold by R E McRoberts CERTIFICATE Reextending Charter TREASURY DEPARTMENT Ollice of the Comptroller the Currency Washington D C April 8 1005 WIIKIIBAS by satisfactory evidence presented to theitindersigned it has been made to appear that Tim NATIONAL HANK OK LANCASTKU located in the City of Lancaster in the County of Garrard and state of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable Banking Associa lions to extend their corporate exist Once and for other purposes approv ed July 12 1882 as amended by the Act approved April 12 1002 Now therefore I William B ly Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that NATIONAL BANK OK LANCASTER located in the City of Lancaster in the of Garrard and State of Kentucky is authorized to have succession for the period specified in its amended arti cles of association namely until close of business on April 81025 tOARSE COlUGllS- STUflFY COLDS one and coldresulting I I incipient- s quickrelief breathe Tarandrefuse N Jackson i GentlemenFoleys sizes25c 100 andonehalf smallsize J E I restrecuperates 4 1 c e hast1n T 1t dose Foley s ito S 1 1 SEAL In testimony whereof wit ness my hand and seal of ofllce this Eighth day of A nru 1905 WM B RIDOELY Comptroller of the Currency Charter No 103 Extension No 6614 A Card Our charter having been re extend ed for another twenty years wesollcit the accounts of the people of Garrard and vicinity Thanking them for their past patronage we desire a of their business in the fu ture We have been a National Bank for forty years and have been granted re extention for another twenty years Cali and see us when in town make our house your headquarters Very Respectfully S C Cashr continuance I R t I J nfwnfnfit nrm mmnwwmitritrmmmitrmw mmm You go to a BAKER for BREAD Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER In REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low pries We want your patronage Conn Bros Why Not for U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1uunU1U U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUUU 3UGGIES-t 11111 H ooooooo x WHO PILLS YOUR This branch of our busi at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Plwsicans Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We the very bet Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc Jesse DJeareii lasnrance Solicits a share of the patron age 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 OldLine Companies rep and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars ia given at this Laundry If you want evidence us a trial bundle We will call for your work N LAUNDRY S W Main St Phones 202 Lexington H Agent Lancaster Kentucky I I I I I X I WSFISH PaintL1ckKy root ml r I y LOGAN OOt 7I PRESCRIPTIONSI ness is l handle Agent est res ted de S K T Old news for sale at this papers Office The Central Record SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky April 28 1905 LOWELL Mr Mike Hurt of Jellico is with the home folks Mrs Belle Henderson is visiting her daughter in Brodhead this week Master Rufus Richards of RtcL mood is spending the week here Mr and Mrs Sam Henderson are re juicing over the arrival of a fine bo Mr J A Arnold and charming daugh ter Miss Halliiie of Hyattsville vis ited Mrs Elizabeth Dunn Saturday We have a millinery store just by Mrs Nannie Richards of For Call and see her stock of goals it will profit you in the end Sunday school h is again opened at Mt Tabor We have the prospect tf a tine school with Bro Ifeutou Todd fur Superintendent We have two uptodate merchants in our town with prices s j reasonable that no one can find any objectiul s to either prices or goods Surely this is tie place to come if you want ba gains His Invention Mrs McFlub Your husband seems to be quite versatile Has he ever Invented anythingMrs Oh yes One of the fin est lines of midnight excuses you ever listened to Chicago Journal His Size Pa a Pharisee A Pharisee my son is a shavenup perlipped gentleman who is opposed to everything of doubtful propriety that cannot be concealed or kept quiet Puck Conditional There are other things be con besides money said the multi think so too when Ivegot as much as you have said tic other Plain Dealer Only a Guess Bacon Where do you suppose that 203Meter hill got its name I guess thats where the Port Arthur gas works are located Yonkera Statesman Modest I have never met he said more than two really lovely women j Ah she said Innocently who was the j Depends Money said the wise man does not bring happiness Oh yes it does said the still wiser man If you have Just enough of ItChicago Tribune DrawingRemember mar riage is but a lottery Why papa to hear you like thatone would say you thought ma was a i opened to ld red millionaireMaybe manCleveland Egbertoh casually otherCassells j talk h1 ro1CP 1r UNFORTUNATE YOUNGSTER Irksome Restrictions That Surround- a Young Heir to Many Millions There is a fouryearold boy in New York heir to J10U00090 who is going To this end everything that money can do will be done He is to have a dozen skilled instructors A small army of maids governesses and grooms been engaged to attend upon his wants A 10000 Jersey cow has been purchased to give milk for him alone The process of sterilization Is not only to the milk but to almost everything that comes in contact with the youngster says Robert Webster Jones in the Housekeeper The latest devices of science are to be for his protection against germs His play mates are strictly limited in number of course must all be little I have no wish to disparage the ad vantages of wealth nor the Importanc of careful and scientific training for the young but it does look as If Nature of physicians were not going to get a chance to show what she could do for this youthful millionaire Just think of the boyish Joys that the about which he will miss The jolly ex curslons to the old swimmin hole the blissful manufacture of mud pies the ecstasy of gaining free admission to the circus by carrying water for the el phant What will he know with his expensive rod and reel and careful of the delights of goln fish ln There is great danger that the boy who is ideally brought up will become a narrowminded snobbish selfish man The spirit of our public schools Is American and democratic Th public school is the place for every American boy rich or poor He will learn lessons there and valuable ones that are not in the books To have 10 000000 is a pretty heavy handicap for a boy starting out in life But It can he overcome if the boy is only given a chance HAVE MANY WEATHER SIGNS Dwellers in the Country Do Not Need Any Costly an Ignoramus Country people hope a great con tempt for those who cannot tell what the weather is going to be till they have looked at their expensive ba rometers or seen the weather indica tons in the morning paper They have so many simple ways of finding out what they wish o know about the weather and are w accustomed to doing this that they make the observa tions almost mechanically Ask one of them how to do this and he give you a long list of simple weather gauges For instance if you are a smoker look at your cigar tip if it burns with a clear red glow the day will be fine but if it has a charred end that refuses to burn brightly take your umbrella If a slipper creaks It is sure to be fine if it is silent it will be damp In damp weather newspa pers are easily torn gloves contract and are difficult to put on matches will not light easily silk hats become dull awning cords are tight boot laces snap and a score of inanimate things tell to the initiated that there is rain to come Bread from Pompeii The best examples of old Roman bread have been found at Pompeii a town that was destroyed by an eruption of in the year 78 A D Fortyeight loaves were dug out of one bakeshop Instantaneous Process I am tired to death declared Mrs Younghusband as she reached from town the other evening Whats the matter asked her Been having babys portrait taken They have a way of taking them Instan taneously now you know How long were you at it Three hours and a half TitBits Facilis Decensus SelfMade Father Now my boy its time you began to do something and Im to make you commence at the bottom of the ladder same as I did TailorMade Son I think thats a mia takedad Fd ever so much rather at the top of the ladder you see Its a lot easier to tall down to ones proper place than it is to climb up to it Ally Sloper guardianshave have tobe applied employed an poet Riley essentially BarometersScorn home husband I commence nurses aristocrats wisest sing attendants i Vesuvius going s The National BankOF LANCASTER KY 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R PmldML JOBS B STOBHB3 Vice Prtat C DUllY Cooler J Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno W H Kinnaird E LWoods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash 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