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THESIXTKEXTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 5 1905 CENTRAL RECORD4 i NUMBER r Youll Never Miss the WATER til Wen Runs Drv Is the title of an old familiar song You had better guard a iilnsb missing the water by having us Fix Your Guttering 2 make assurance F doubly sure by having us install a system of 1 Water Works HaselcSen We are agents Baldwins Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stud and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors toJA Heazlcy Co Undertaker tfIrV1A I I II S J o r i I I w 1 r l t L Beazley I r r 1 f JR for- D s JeAo Arterial and Cavity Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill WmHcrndoii G B Swiuebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Oilice over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business JrarGzir xisxJsM- G CHRIS FARIS Dentist Office over store Danville at To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137708 of House Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stan ford Ky I am prepared to recom mend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settle ments of losses there is none better and 1 dare say few as good They do not deduct one fourth from your policy as some would have you believe 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 to Mutual or Assessment Com parries address me M Green Murphy J i Embalming r I L r R I Tbom JlOUS I I Klngsvllle Ky always i ii 3 a Im Th bu t w k 7 t r rr Local Notes Subscribers continued indisposition the bereavement of an helper Miss Carrie Hatcher and the crippled condition of the editor we ask your indulgence for lack of reading matter in this is sure Troubles never come singly can truthfully testify this Clean up the streets ye City Dads if you have to take in washing to secure means to pay for same Then work on the alloys Regular meeting of the U D C I will be held with Mrs Fannie Farm next Monday Slh at 2 0 p in All members are urged to he present Central Universitys representative M P Thachcr won the State Oratorical Contest at Lex idgton last week Thachers usher was Mr Walller Hudson of this city his room mate Andy Jett the Paint Lick barber asks The Record to say he has moved his shop to room in the warehouse where he will oe pleased to see his old friends lie was married last week to a Madison county girl is The City Council should in regard to the cleaning of premises The town was never in a filthier con dition This will more than likely to bring on typhoid fever and then a law suit may follow Editor Landram III The editor of The Record has been confined to his bed for several from an abccro on his leg the effects of typhoid fever overwork and a recent accident This issue is sent out under many difficulties A telegram was received Saturday W II Kinnaird annuncing the death of his only brother James D Kinnaird near Columbus Ohio The deceased was eighty years old and one of the most prominent citi zeus of that section He has often visited in Lancaster and by his manner made a number of warm friends Our friend Mr Alex Robinson showed us a Columbus Ga papercon taining not ice of the death of Ben J Daniel editor of the Columl The parents of the deceased were Gar rard county people his fathers name was Robt Daniel his mother being Miss Kate Jennings They were re hated to many of our most prominent of families the Robinsons being among the number The decesed had worked his way up in the newspaper was one of the most prominent citi zans in Columbus After about six weeks illness Mrs T II Allen died at the home of her soninlaw Mr J B Conn in thscity Saturday morning at an early hour She had made her home here for some time and won many warm friends among our people by her kindness of heart and Christian life She was a devoted member of the Methodist church and a regular attendant at the santuary The funeral services were held at the residence of Mr Conn Sun day morning at 930 oclock conducted by Revs C F Oney and C M Chumbley The remains were interred in the Paint Lick A Sudden Death On Monday morning Capt T J Hatcher left the town in charge of hisstage line and the mail in good health and as cneerfully as usual About nine oclock the phone that he was taken from his wagon in a dying condition at Hubble Mr Hammond and family did all in their power to relieve him Dr Action ar rived in a short time but death soon resulted from heart failure Funeral services were conducted at the grave Lancaster Cemetery at 3 oclock p m on Tuesday by Revs C S Ellis and C M Cliumbley Many were present to show the high esteem in which he was held Mr Hatcher was a typical Southerner having been reared in Georgia where he enlisted in time Confederate Army At the close of the war he located in Afterward he came to Stanford then to Lancaster about ten years ago He was a very intelligent man and al t ways had a cheerfnl word for every body These traits made him many friends lIe was 05 years of age a member of the Baptist church a Mason and a member of Capt M D Logan Camp number 133G U C V He always advocated the right in every condition of life and firmly de fended those principles which insure the peace happiness and the prosperi ty of a community His wife preceded him to the grave several years ago lie leaves four bright children whose devotion to to him was really beautiful The old er son James is in Arkansas George the younger son and the two excel lent daughers resided with him Miss Carrie is a highly competent compost tor in the Record office and renders- t valuable assistance in book keeping Miss Susie is a popular and efficient saleslady with Logan Dry Goods Com pany The Record and the entire con munity extend to these bereaved children their sincere condolence and refer then to the rich promises o Jehovah for consolation j I ITo I enforce laws days Kinnaird by Squile Daniel uLedger worldand cemetery in f awe weeks Inter- Collegiate suffering agreeable announced Somerset O s Held Over Judge Ford held John Osborne with shooting at and William Pollard in the sum of 100 Herndon and Swinebroad for the defendant Jack Johnson was also held over in the same amount on the charge of robbing two stores at Lowell W I Williams was attor ney for defendent Bad Raising The whistling catcalling and general bad behavior on the part of some boys who attend entertainments at the Court House is not only very annoying to patrons but Is conclusive proof that some parents have sadly neglected to raise their boys to be gentlemen The blame is not placed on the boys but on the parents where it rightly belongs The gourdheaded boys simply how to gentlemen should If its your boy this is intended for you Mr and Mrs Reader As stated in last issue Prof F A Peak will return and give one of his humorous lectures in the Court louse Friday night the 5th He is one of the best on the platform and if you want a good hearty laugh our advice that you go hear him He comes under the auspices of the pupils of the Graded School The price of is only 25cts but unless you wish to stand you had better go to Ic Roberts drug store and pay 35cts for a reserved seat as eveoy body is going The management insures a comfort able building and good order Merit Recognized The announcement Clarance Wood won brings joy to not only his newspaper friends over the state but to that clever gentlemans legion of friends everywhere lIe won the nomination in the democratic pri mary Saturday over one of Rich monds most prominent and popular gentleman Now if the republicans want to do the right thing they will give no opposition and thus insure for that sociable hustling city a mayor who can and will life an administra tion of which all law abiding and enterprising citizens will be proud Honor For Lancaster Man The Embalmers Monthly of Chir agoprnts a list of those undertakers who recently underwent the examina flan required by the stringent laws governing the transportation of bodies dead from infections diseases and gives the rating thereof Mr J A Beazley of Lancaster whose card appears in another column of The Record is one three from Kentucky who first as an embalmer There were 100 from other parts of the state and only the three got first rating ife was examined at the meeting held in Louisville in August last year Burning Love Letter Scythia Ferguson of Paducah Ky became acquainted with M B age sixty of Malverna la through a matrimonial agency and the usual attempt by the man to and the usual suit for breach of promise His letters are most tut they sounded as cold as a breath from the north compared with hers He claims that she did all the courting and submits the following letter as a sample Dear love how I long to be with you My friends tell me I am getting handsomer every day and I know at least that I never lack for admirers seem to be getting plumper and now weigh one hundred and fifty I have black hair black eyes a glowing complexion and lips that are always moist for those I love While not too much inclined to flesh I am no skele ton as you will some times learn The plaintiff is a milliner by and has worked in many Ken tuckv towns On Monday afternoon at 5 oclock Mr Samuel P Salter age 73 years died at the residence of his brotherinlaw Mr John Dunn near Bryantsville a brief illness Funeral services were conducted at the residence at 2 oclock p in by Elder Garrison of Danville and the remains were brought to Lancaster cemetery Where friends and relatives witnessed time interment of the earthly part of this remarkable man Ills wife an es lady who was Miss Wallace of Shelby county alone survives him member of the Christian church and of theKnfgbtsof the Mac cabees for which order he did some splendid work during the last years of his life He was a man of strong mind as proved by the fact that he his chair an hour and a half before his death and wrote a business letter lie was a son of John and Susan SaTter his father having died 67 years ago leaving his mother with three children at a very tender age only one of the family suiviving Robert Salter of Danville He was a native of county burn at the mouth of Sugar Creek He lived near Albany Georgia during the greater part of his life and served in the Confederate army He was a man of generous impulses genial and companionable in his inter course with all especially young and charitable to those in need lie and his wife having no children ad opted raised and educated four May the blessings of God be with his beloved wife who is so sorely Stricken appeared the dontknow behave- as A Great Treat tIe Kennedy SIfter after ITe was a sat- In this the i charged wounding admission ranked breakaway endear- Ing profession olive r Hint to Town Buyers We heard a merchant bemoaning the fact that the town people put off their buying for a week just to come the stores on Saturday afternoons when the country people come in and are demanding the attention of the clerks Time town people evidently dont stop to think that they should do their shopping at other times You had as well go to to the stores on court days as on Saturday afternoons Just at this season people who have to come some distance cannot get the horses during the week and as they have many things to attend to others who can go during the week should not keep people waiting have some miles to drive Do your shop ping luring the week and thus get better attention and keep out of the way of those who are in a hurry and only have a few hours to attend to purchasing This is as great a wrong as that of the fellow who goes to the barbershop to have his hair cut Sat urday night or Sunday morning These few remarks will be appreciated by those unselfish enough to think of the welfare of others LIQUID AIR FOR THE HOUSE Booms Are Found to Be Cooled Easily and the Ice Mans Is Gone Skeptical housewives may smile when told that liquil air and Its oxygen and litrogen will ever be of economic valu to them In the house There is every however that within the next these commodities will be at the door for cooling purposes just as mill and groceries are today and at a minimum price When this time arrives architects will plan for cooling pipes just as they do now for heating apparatus Inventors have now perfected their system to the extent tlat they are a plant which will manufacture 24 hours liquid air which in cooling effect will be equivalent to 200 tons of Ice At they propose to interest large establishments where the liquid air will be delivered ready for use at onetwentieth of the present cost Later when its value is it will be delivered to the house wife in insulated containers ready to attach to the pipes leading to the coil overhead This coil by the way will be made as ornamental and incon spicuous as possible and will cost no more than the heating pipes As is one of the most pesfect known it Is predicted that when it becomes plentiful through the manufacture of liquid air it will be possible to do away with ice so far as the kitchen refrigerator is concerned KINDS OF LIFE INSURANCE Statement of Actual Difference the Various Forms of Policies The fundamental principles of policies are most simple is the comforting assurance contained in Henry Wysham Laniers article on How to Buy Life Insurance in the Worlds Work There are to begin with two great divisions participating and nonparticipating policies that is those in which the insured person shares in the profits of the company and those that furnish protection against death for a given term and nothing else A man of 25 may by 50 to 75 a year know that if he dies within ten his estate will re ceive 5000 but if he is still end of that time he has nothing to show for his money This whole class of policies can practically be disregarded since in this country at least hardly anybody wants term insurance as it is called Of the participating policies the main kinds are the endowment which pays to the Insured himself a annual at the end of a term of years the full term by which pay ments are made by him until death and the limited payment which calls for a higher premium through or 20 years The subdivisions from these are various but they are not necessarily complex WHIST ONCE A CRUDE GAME First Known as Triumph Whence the Word Trumps Is Said to Be Derived Whist was first called triumph a name which was afterward corrupted into trump The eighteenth century saw whist in its primitive form the whole object of the game being to win tricks by leading high cards or by trumping Then came the era of Hoyle which may be said to have lasted from 1730 to I860 and taught players to think not only of their own hands but of the other hands also and to take advantage of the positions of the in them Hoyle also taught that trumps might be more profitably employed than in simple trumping and showed that they might be used to disarm the adversary and to obtain secondary advantage in trick making by other suits of less apparent power It was not until I860 that the philosophical era can be said to have begun and the origin of the new move ment was a knot of young men at England known as the Little Whist school This body kept records of Its games but no one thought of mak ing the data known until 1861 Coher ence In the system of play still wanting and this was supplied in 1864 with Dr Poles essay on the theory of the modern scientific whist Life of Korean Women In no country is the life of women more pathetic than in Korea where it might be termed imprisonment with hard labor from the age of seven until death Little girls from the time of their betrothal At ages va tying from ten to 16 years they are married to men they have never seen away to take their places as menials to who cooling decade delivered however build- Ing every first ears alive at certain sum 1015 cards was ando Occupation products indication delivered recognized nitrogen preservatives Between insurance paying the Cambridge are secltlded Peculiar Stone Mr L D Parks us a stone I which he found on his place near j Lowell which has all appearances of gold It is very heavy and has at traded much attention He left it at J the Citizens Bank To Our Friends We wish to express through the colums of The Central Record our appreciation to the many friends for there kind words of simpathy and acts of kindness in our bereavment We shall ever remember you in our pray ers may Gods richest blessings rest on you J B Conn Family Lancaster Boy Is Popular j While in Danville a few days since we ask a college boy how his fellow students and teachers were pleased with Mr Waller Hudson who has charge of instruction in athletics Waller he said why he is not the most popular young rellow in school but his work is giving better and more general satisfaction than any one we have ever had lIe not only knows the work but has the ban py faculty of imparting that knowl edge to others It is easy to know a thing but learning it to others is an entirely different proposition Then Hudson is a gentleman in every re spect and we all will go our length for him any where young man referred to is a son of MrB F Hudson of this city and has many warm friends in his home town who will be glad to know that he has made good in his work Next to a summer hotel oilice a newspaper oilice is the best or worst place in the world to timid out that it takes many different sorts of people to make a world But so many good are discovered that the few cranks that give variety furnish amusement rather than worry The Danville Ad vocate sIzes the situation in the aver age newspaper subscription depart ment thusly Some get huffy if a statement is sent others will not pay until they re ceive a statement and others wont pay whether statement not Some thought owed more and some thought they didnt owe so much Some say they couldnt get along the paper and others say it dont amount to much But the meanest scrubbiest in the list is the man who takes it and is shut olf for nonpay ment and then spends all the time ex plaining how he used to take the thing hut stopped It because it was no count showed I The A Mirror people IS sent or t 8C only t without Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Special Sale OF MISSES HOSE Sizes 5 to 9i 2 prs 25c Stockings for 35c 3 prs 25c Stockings for 50c Beginning Saturday morning we will sell 150 dozen pairs pretty sub stautial 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 Remember we have no fake sales Everything goes as advertised THE Joseph Mercantile Co r nrJoJ I I I I HWr rr ooooooooococooooo000000oooooaooooo0000000000000000oo ooaoooaooeoo- a 000000000000000000000000000000000oooooaooooo00000000000000 0000000 i 000000000000000000oooooe0oooo00000000oooooao0o0o000000 o ooaooMooo 1 Blushing With NEWNESS 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 While they sing the opening stanza of Spring our hobby is to please our customers and we shall do our level best to please you when you come in Readytowear Suits from 750 to 1800 in all the new shades and fabrics Our line ol Furnishing Goods are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season Mens Shoes every style known to the Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Quality high prices low Our line ofXadies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to suit everybody H f LOGAN 1 I fj 0ur Suits II I I i I M11I t i t trader wwwwwwww ww rwwwMJ t Lower Than Ever New Gar RECEIVED And we will give you Big Bargains T r Come Look and be CONVINCEDRemember Harness Harness- II Haselden Robinson E I w i- I Buggies 1- I I Harness I I JIII AA All NESS I Wr 1III1yr yr yr r re 1 r f 1MI1l JI lCM Ma AND T MMAMNMM MMM ANCM- H H M V O y MiRAI MhAYrOA wwwww7 wwwesv s svs y i tl 1 ist Will it Spread There is no other paint either prepared or hand made from lead and oil that will spread as well under the brush and cover as much surface to the gallon as SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT Figure 300 square feet two coats to the gallon and youll probably have some paint left over There are many other good points in its favor Ask us about them THE McROBJERTS Assets Jan 1 1905 390060200 Insurance in Force Jan 1 1105 1928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of issue Payment of prumlum the only dition 2 Automatically nonforfeitable as soon asone premium is paid Insurance without request incase of the payment of Choicebetween Extended Insurance and paid up Insurance after two years premiums have been paid 3 In case of death during the period of automatic Extended Insurance no deduction for premium is made 4 Loans at 5 per cent at any time after policy has been in fore two 5 Absolutely free from condititions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death 6 Several options in settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatlc benefit if insured does not make a selection 7 Payment immediately upon receipt and approval of proofs of death in one sum or in a selected number of instalments at option of insured Privi lege of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in force If you will till out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent- M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life in your Company on this plan for of jwas born on the day of 18 Name Address i 7 We have a complete stock of SPRINC MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John F Lear it SOLD BY R E Extended default after one prem- Ium submit person tIle sum ur lU1U1UUUU1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU l1U1U1U1U1UUl1U1U1U1UUUUUI I ye 11flItfl111111Pfl111111111111111fl1111111111111111111f1111 111i 111111111 i CENTRAL RECORD j Weekly LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office in Iancaitcr Kyt a StcondClaii Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May 5 1905 At Lakewood N I last Sunday John D Rockefeller entered his church carrying in his arms a large potted azalea in full blossom Imme diately behind him came his faithful secretary carrying a beautiful calla Illy Cordially nodding to his friends the oil king and his faithful secretary matched down the aisle and placed their offering on the pulpit platform It made a sweet beautiful picture which if the Rev Washington Glad den could have seen we doubt not that he would cried Oh woe Is me for ever having doubted the piety of this man An analystical contemporary has figured it out that a womans kiss is worth fifty of a mans kisses It all depends on who is receiving the kisses If it is y man we admit that the wom ans kiss is the more valuabld but if a woman is being kissed we contend that she would rather a man were at the other end than a woman A Chicago banker got away with over a million dollars last week but reports say everything will be made all That means the thief will go unpunished because friends paid back the money Had he stolen a bob tail calf he would have to do time in the state prison Money talks A number of red headed girls in Portland Ore have formed a compa ny and will go on the roaj to demon strate to the world at large that red hair is the prettiest of all No one will dispute their assertion especially when in their presence Two Washington society girls have opened a laundry and are makingasuc cessful bid for high class work The average society girl waits until after she is bound up in marriage to some gourdheaded dude before she begins to do the washing The new slogan of the Denver com mercial culb is Smile and Push That is all right but if a fellow gets too many smiles he will not be able to push and will be taken home in a push cart The little town of Castleberry Ga sent out tie carloads of strawberries last week Judging from the small numberserved in each dish to be enough to supply the market The season has arrived for the bat tered dirty Panama hat They in style but it would be hard to find anything more unsightly Sometimes a llaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the tire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake at nights Two could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Lion Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and la grippe At Mc Roberts drug store price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free 1m Prayer is a petition not a Terrific Unto Vitli Dentil Death was fast approaching writes Ralph R Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing a fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and all interest in life I had tried many differet doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So was their effect that in three- n days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guar anteed drugstore price 50c Tin Dividing the swag does not lessen the CrecyliiK Deaths Blood poison creeps up towards the heart cousins death Stearns of Belle Plume Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m Splurging around is not a sure sign of earnestness Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness bf the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At McRoberts drugstore 25c Itn The consecrated Christian has a purse easily opened at the call of dls tressed humanity Time and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes tQ curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It Is perfectly pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup R E McRoberts lm Is8led too per rear I have right I this seems maybe m Saved by physicians cured wonderful at u J E f 11ynumtte mandamus crimeA 4 4 a Tried harmless F r you go to a BAKER for BREAD J Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 v A R DENNY President JOHN E STORUES Vice Prest S C Cashier J AsstCashr E T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird EL Woods Prest WC Prest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 Commenced July 1901 M COY DL FRY We solicit your patron- R G GUYN R L ARNOLD age and guarantee prompt J B WOODS J s BURROWS and attention to all w T business entrusted tO US Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance LEWIS Y LEAVKLL President WAIKKU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6IT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Lcavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold L jj1nntfitf nfnnifnnUifnfnf1U1nHnfnnnnnff nrnnnnrm for 8 4- o c 2 Co DEN Y F Robinson o C Fish Vice II BusinessDIRECTORS careful C E WOODS i J J J 1l1J11111J111l1111JII111111JlIJlIJIIJIIIlI111 JlIIl1J11JIIJll1lIJIIJII161JIIJI 0000000000000000000000000000000000000001I493 o Go c 8 O Ca 6 0 O B QmOQO000000dO000000 00000000000CsO000000mG WG Kemper Cash ra FISH I 1 That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry It you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky R Kinnaird INSURANCE Follow Companies Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conueticut German American Phenix of BrooiJyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwrltersr Liverpool London Glob North British Merchant He e Old newspa pers for sale at this Officer V ltna Life Ins Hartford Conn 1 e rose i l oo a uu W Jesse DJearen Insurance 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 hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel pnnnmnnIviimiiimmii innnnnnn We Sell Iron Fence BY The Stewart Iron Works Company n CINCINNATI OHIO VTltoso Fence received tho highest Award old Medal WorMs Fair St Louie ISH The economical fence you can A j Over UO of Iron IVnce Setteestalogufs Low Prices GALL AND BSIWt Romans Elmore SeeWrite or Phone SWINEBROADat Insure your property against Fire Hstorms Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Countyman every time Residence Phone 132 Oillce Phone 40 1 CHEAPER THAN WOOD MANUFACTURED mot 1m Price I than respectablo wood fence Why attractiveLAST Iranetc 8hO In our V fJsurprIse you BEE US i agent represented IRON FENCE Flower Vase 1 HID f i orn Millet Cane i and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding T am in the market for IHay Oats Corn Hemp i Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old 1ILeaven stand Try my Cow Feed Its better andcheap than ship tuff Any class of Feed you may need t GASOLINE FOR SALE I Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated i Banks Hudson SEEDS H 1 Tobe LI fj Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands y Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness 1 Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points W Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons 1 The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you buy them in Lancaster ROMANS 3ViCiiSttSi i iK fa 1 CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING ill and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a First Class Orug and Pain Store 1 Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YKARS 3 Stormes Drug Store I ca- no Ii ELMORE J tr00 1000Eh i lmJiJ fi11L iii 1CIn I 1m 8 J i1113fiSfilfilii3 J 0l Q 0 coy r r g I tI 0 m I Of course you want iThe LATEST STYLES in I MILLINERY we have the Swellest Linei- n Central Kentucky 1 SALLIE fILLET KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New J 0 I i II ID I rt 1W WITH Discovery t G IIFDR OLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHS Price Free Trial IISOc Ir 100 Surest and Quick est for all jTHROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK Cure TROUBLES a i MSi8Gl Hats that will please the new brides o f this Spring can be purchased from our magnificent stock of Remember can please one as our stock is more com plete than ever be fore and prices the lowest Miss Ada Dickerson 3 Located on Public Square Rooms g5 We are now listing farms and other property to advertise in catalogues and papers in other You will do well to see us at your earliest convenience if you want to sell your property Hughes Swinebroad tf All The Money In California- Is not from its gold fields Fortunes are made from the wheat field and fruit farms Why not investigate the there Tickets 33 Chicago to Cal ifornia via Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Hallway Union Pacific and SoHth ern pacific line daily March 1 to May 15 1905 Hate for double berth 7 Chi cago to Barbara Sacramento Tourist folder Agent or V S Howell roadway New York YGf0lGT0Y c I for S ring Brioes I I IHandsome lillillery I I teachand lrS lfj Marvel Millinery eI over S eueYs 1XJllilIf 1 chances elesSanta 38 1 a 1 every Q 0 ore o S a Ills request BARES In BUGGI r BUGGY HARNESS MOUNT ELKiN i Gossip About People V V Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Senator George Farris was at home this week Mrs J Romans visited relatives in Stanford this week Dr II M Grant is with his mother Mrs Emma Grant Mrs N Miller visited n Cincinnati Sunday Miss Allie Arnold is visiting in Nicholasville Mrs A II Rice returned to her home in Louisville Tuesday Miss Flora Zeigler spent Sunday with relatives in Cincinnati Mr Aldah Shely spent several days at his home in Chicago this week Miss Marguerite Kinnaird enter tained a few friends Friday evening Mrs Stone of Stanford has been with Misses Susie and Carrie Hatcher Miss Allie Yantis visited Miss Bettie Walker Burnside Saturday and Sun day Dick Anderson is visiting his moth er Mrs Susan Anderson Danville E Hughes of Louisville the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J W Miller Mr W K Shugars has moved to Bodhcad where he will open a first class Drug Store Mrs Alex Doty and son John have returned from several weeks stay at Martinsville ind Miss Allie Anderson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs T W Browning of Lexington Lenny Miller of The Record of fice spent a couple of days with his brother Joe in Covington Mr J C Robinson and little grand daughter Helen are visiting his brother Mr Thomas Robinson at IlustonvilleMisses Christy of Lebanon and Myrtle Myers of Columbia Ky were guests the past week of their school mate Miss Irene Romans The Record force was agreeably on Tuesday morning when Capt F J White paid them a visit for the first time in five months lie had re covered sulliciently to walk to the ofllce Even the types seemed to bow a hearty welcome to the old veteran Mrs Francis Ann Walker celebrated her Std birthday with a family reunion IY v lot II I W I hersonJoe Mrs R surprised I relatives 4 avenue is- M t i and an elegant dinner at the home of her daughter Mrs James Burnside of Bryantsville Mrs Walker is the last of the prominent Baker family of Gar rard county She is the mother of six daughters and three sons and also has twentj oight greatgrand children Mr Will Collier who has a position at Middlesboro came home Wednes day sullering from a case of fever lIe is souse better today IN THE LINE OF BUSINESS Lawyer Assigned to Defend Prisoner Not Pleased to Win Case His Reasons Almost any lawyer will undertake the defense of a prisoner accused of crime and will use his best endeavors to secure his acquittal Assistant Dis trict Attorney Osborne of New York tells of a North Carolina attorney who was practicing in a backwoods moun tain district While he was waiting for his case to be reached the trial of a notorious highway robber who had been caught redhanded was called The prisoner had no counsel and the pre siding judge requested the distin guished lawyer to defend him The trial lasted two days and to the courts as tonishment the jury returned a verdict of acquittal As the prisoner was about to be discharged the lawyer stepped up to the judge and requested a few words in private What is it asked the court I would ask your honor replied the lawyer to have the prisoner detained in jail tonight I have to cross a lonely field on my way home and the rascal happens to know that I have money about me CANT TELL A GOOD CIGAR Some Men Dont Know a Cheap One from a Fine Cheroot Declares- a Writer I dont think many men know when they have a good cigar said a well known man to a writer for the Phila delphia Record I was riding home from Essington one day and the friend who was with me suggested that we stop at a country store and buy a smoke I had a fev good cigars in my pocket but as niy friend said to be sure to get 15ceuters I thought I would test his tasts I laid down a nickel and got three cigars for it Then I went out iuto the road and gave my friend one 01 them How do you like it I asked after he had taken a few puffs In all seriousness lie replied This Js a better cigar than I get at home and you know I pay 15 cents apiece for my smokes Well when I told him he had been smoking a threefornve he wouldnt believe it at first and when I con vinced him to the contrary he was of fended Eight Arrows in the Air There is also a purely Indian exploit which is recognized as a test of fast shooting In this the honor Is allowed the archer who can have six arrows In the air at once and the high honor for seven The Indian record is eight but not many Indians have made it SOFT FINISH YARD WIDE g BLEACHED COTTON This cotton is worth 74c Come and get your share before it is all gone Have you seen our new line of Spot Mohairs Cotton Voiles White They arepretty and See thembefore you buy We have a table full of womens and childrens slippers and slides that are going CHEAP Lopii iy Goods Go rglff T0X010l l 1I mPi T- CtSi 0 I Sh ting I I upto date I THE I cz t Qr Q 4p and it wars X444 444404 4444444 44 LICK Mrs Lizzie Shumate is visiting rela tives near Lancaster Mrs Fannie Koehler has gone to Illinois to visit relatives Irs Jas Beazley returned home after a visit to Lexlng and Cincinnati Miss Elizabeth DeLaney spent Sun day with Miss Kate Smith at Rich mondMr Roger Rucker of Lexington spent from Friday till Monday here with his parentsS Norman is preparing to move his stock of goods to the room former ly used as a barber shop Mrs Million and Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond visited Mrs Jno Terry from Saturday till Monday Messrs E L Woods Vaneghin Nor man Fin Davis and Jim Buttner went to Cincinnati Sunday LOWELL Mr Richard Campbell who has been quite sick is better at this writing Mr Rice Davis of Livingston has been visiting his parents for a few daysMr Richard Ballard of Bryantsville is visiting his granddaughter Mrs Jack Davis Mr Ed Newland of Brodhead Mr Mack Henderson and attended the Odd Fellows entertainment at Paint Lick last week We had preaching at this place by RevPaterson of Lion Station Thurs day and Sunday nights he is a member of the Penticostal Mission of the holi ness order The Spring Trade Business with the merchants has been a little backward Spring by reason of the unsettled weatner As unusually large stocks have been bought the merchant naturally be comes a little restless but if he will only remember the fact that most people are not going to buy clothing and dry goods until the hot weather forces them to he will cheer up and let the people know through the col umns of The Record what elegant goods he has and the latter will come to such merchant when ready to buy Why Because the hustling merchant keeps his name before the readers of the paper and the latter see by his up todate methods that he has the goods The oldfashioned fencepost ad is in keeping with oldfashioned merchant but even this is better than hiding your goods by no ad at all Commissioners Sale of Land GAUKAKD CIRCUIT COURT Carter C Pulls vs Louisa J Carter c Defts As Master Commissioner of the Gar rard Circuit Court in the above styled action and by virture of the judge ment In said action I will on MONDAY MAY 22nd 1905 county court day fur Garrard county at the Court House door in Lancaster Ky at 10 oclock A 31 sell to the highest and best bidder the following real estate In Garrard County the property of the late F M Carter Tract No 3 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and described as tract The third tract of land is the same deeded to F M Carter by James M Nave and J A Nave of Jes samine County Said tract of land is bounded as follows On the waters of Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky and Fall Lick beginning at a broken top white oak near Cedar Lick about 6 or 8 poles on the east side of a branch a corner to W W Cochraris heirs now Higginbotham thence with same N 48t W 28 poles to a poplar in a hot tom corner to same and J B Carter thence with said Carter Campbells land N 74f E 4G poles to a white oak stump corner in said line N W C3 poles to a white oak west side of a drain just at foot of a hill N G2 E 52 to a young pine on east side of and near the big road thence along said road N 12 E 181 poles to a white oak on east side of road old corner thence leaving road N 73 W 61 poles to S white oak stump old corner N 15 E25 poles to chestnut oak on the point of a ridge N 54 E 34 poles on the north east side of and near a drain S 56 E 22 poles to a black oak on a narrow bench thence N 47 E 10 to a stake white oak and Ktfm pointer N 5 W 34 pUllS to a stake N 40 W 14 poles to a chestnut oak stump N 13 E 40 poles to a stake chestnut oak pointer JNr 40J W 20 poles to a chestnut oak and small hicKory on northside of and near a drain on a hill side N 18 W 28 poles to a maple and small chestnut on the suuth bank of a branch corner to W A Moberlyf thence with Mober ly not following exactly his calls S 71 E22J poles to a hickory maple and gum north side of a branch a white oak also marked S 22 poles to a stake chestnut oak and not found N 42 E 20 poles to a stake N 2 E 15 poles to a blazed white oak N 78 W 80 with old marked line to a stake dogwood marked on the south east side and near a drain N 48 W 20 poles to a stake N 8 W 22 poles to a down black oak in a hollow S 88 E 08 poles to a stake and white oak stump on of the big road N 12 W 58 poles to a young white oak on seaside of road and on a small drain thence leaving the road W 9 S 82 W 90 poles to a stake and chestnut oak pointer near top of a high point on a ridge N 43 W 20 poles to a leaning ash S 35 W G poles to an ash 27 E 112 poles to a stake S 57 W 160 poles to a stake on hillside taping to a black oak and locust marked about 7 poles from Cedar Lick branch N 32 W 1391 poles to white oak and hickory on west side of and near a small drain N 68 W 18 poles to a stake on the facing south a black oak chest nut oak pointers S 72 W 60 pules to a take on the chesnut flat sasafras pointers S 29 E 14 poles to a stake S 83 E 52 poles to stake on a trill side facing last olack oakpoln 18 poles crossing hollow at 12 poles in all 40 poles to a young on a ridge S 78 W 30 poles to a stake on a hill side near the top of the hill facing south S 2 W striking a to a stake south side of a branch near and below mouth of a PAINT 0 18 this J B followsThird C T 7 77l E Southwest hillside ters N on has visited west- side p pularand chestnut hollow draIn coming In froni the east side thence down branch S 481 V 22 poles on North side of branch S 46 W 10 pjles to a poplar and chestnut oik on said branch thence leaving brjnch S IGi E 26 poles to an ash S 59 W 14 poles to a stake on a narrow ridge old two chestnut oaks cut down 3 young hickories now marked S 88 E passing dividing ridge between Fall Lick Copper Creek at 79 poles passing some chestnut oaks as a corn er at 127 poles In all 175 poles to a chestnut oak on a ridge old corner S 82 poles to a gum and dogwood on west side of Cedar Lick branch corner to W W Cochran heirs now G T lug thence down said branch and with said branch and with said Higginbotham S 14 E 38 poles to a gum on south east bank of branch whiteoak and young hickory marked as S 32 E 100 poles to the beginning containing 285 acres Tract No 4 iti the peti tion and judgement and described as follows Fourth to F M Car ter by S W Pigg and Ann E Pigs and bounded as follows Beginning ata stake at the first fork of the Crane branch S 75 W 38 poles above Its mouth thence S 19 W 1GJ poles to a whiteoak thence S 481 E 181 poles to a cherry on west side of Wolf pen branch S G4i 2 poles thence S 12 E 9 8 poles to a stake a corner also of Tliomos D Hurst Son thence their line S 24 W 13 poles S 1 poles S 33 E S poles S 29 E 7 poles S 19 W 0 poles S 1C E 4 S 42 E 8 G poles to a stake in the middle of Copper Creek at the mouth of said branch thence with the middle of said creek which is Thomas D Hurst line of his home tract N 31 E 10 poles thence N 831 E 5 poles and 17 links henceS 6E 10 polls N 621 E 202 poles N 47 W 94 poles N 51 E 13 poles thence N S7i E 10 3 poles N 54 E 57 poles to a popular and small walnut a division corner and corner to Win Lawson thence his line N 38 W GS 6 poles to a white oak thence S 75 w 11 poles to a stake in Wolf pen branch at a water gap thence up with the middle of said branch N 271 W at 3 poles 8 links pass over the center of gum spring in said branch in all 5 poles to a stake at the junction of Wolf pen and Crane branch thence up Crane branch S 75 W 38 poles to its fork the beginning containing 101 acres more or less All on the waters of Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky Tract No 5 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and described as follows Fifth as the land deeded to M Carter by W P Rogers and Sarah M Rogers his wife Said tract is bounded as Beginning at a stake with three white oak a division corner of the Mary A Kennedy tract as conveyed to gran tors to be in Con ways line thence with a division line or lines ofThomas D Hurst and A L Hurst 8 84 E 07 poles to two whitcoakson a ridge thence S 39 E 20 poles to a pine N sn E 951 poles to a stake on the west bank of Wolf pen branch thence up with the west bank of said branch N 12 W 9 S poles to a stake thence N 64j W 7 2 poles to a cherry thence N 481 W 181 poles to a large white oak N 19 E 1G1 poles to a stake at lower fork of Crane branch near its mouth thence up Crane branch with its meanders fol lowing general courses N 78 W 22 poles to a stake thence N 29J W 19 polesthence N 00 W 9 poles N 27 W 19 poles N 44 W 38 poles to a stake in said branch with several sapling poin ters said to be in Oonwavs line thence with the same S 43 W 123 poles to the beeinninir containing 01 acres Tract No 6 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and which is des cribed as Sixth Tract Deeded to F M Car ter by A II Soard and Elizabeth Soard his wife Bounded as follows Bemn ning at a pine on or near Leonard Eas leys line thence N 22 W 78 poles to a stake near a pine thence S 43 W 105 poles to a stake near a dogwood thence S 22 E 76 poles to a stake on thence with same to the beginning containing 5H acres Tract mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and which is as follows Eleventh Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky it being part of the land deeded by WP Rogers and wife to Thomas Hurst and Hurst by deed of date of 12th of October 1879 and by Thomas Hurst c to M by deed dated Feb ruary 9th 1882 recorded in deed book 5 page 303 Garrard County clerks office and beginning at a stake in the second line of Hurst deed N 55 W 244 poles from second corner of said deed and N E 9 links from a maple pointer then by said Hurst deed N 55 W 167G poles to a pine in the point of a nob said to be in Conways line then with same N 45 E 12 poles to a stake said to be in said line and corner Rogers and wife to F M Carter then with the line of Carter S 84 E 67 poles to two white oaks on a ridge thence S 39 E poles to a pine thence N 89 E 951 poles to a stake on west bank of Wolf pen branch corner also to S W Pigg and wife to said Car ter then down west bank of said branch with said deed S 24 W 13 poles to a stake thence S 1 W 0 to a stake thence S 38 E 8 poles stake thence S 29 E 7 poles to a stake S 19 W 6 poles to a stake S 10 E 4 poles to a stake 2 7 poles to a stone in west bank of said branch 5 9 from a stake corner in the middle of Copper Creek at mouth of said branch corner in the outside line of Hurst then a new line S 51 619 poles to the beginning containing about 40 acres be the same more or less Tract No 12 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement which is describ ed as follows Twelveth Tract Lying in Carrara County Ky on the waters of White Lick creek and bounded as follows to wit Beginning ata corner of Morde cal Ballard thence a straight line to corner of Jerry Pitts thence with the line of said Pitts and Berry line and McCormack to the top ot the hill at crossroads at the head of the mourn ing hollow thence with the road around to the Boiler hill including all the land that the vendor J M Nave had on the west side of the ridge and containing 88 acres 3 roods and 39 poles being the same land conveyed by J M Nave by F M Carter by deed dated December 9th 1897 The money to be realized from the sale of said land up to the day of sale is including interest to that day 8238120 and 21451 costs The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 with will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg meat upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase mpney is paid J MKOTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult Court j E 6 TractDeeded E 7 tractKnown I Easleys line Null TractOn S I tarter 51 to- W 201 42 E W TERMS JY I Eli follows described Alexander P ton months buads security y r of all kinds for all We guarantee give you a better 1 less 3 x than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE to N AI for O E l 6 PAINTS PURPOSES1 Business and Bargains John Magee has a nice line of gro ceries give him a trail oriler tf A Childs gold lock bracelet Please return to this office For Sale extra large tarpaulin in good condition 2t Mrs C B Nevieus John roofing called Never Wett guaranteed to not is durable tf Lost Monday in Lancaster watch charm bearing initials D D G to this ofllce and receive reward The Baptist Aid Society will have an exchange at the Post ollice the 5th of May tf Go to John rough and dressed lumber etc at the Robt Stone tf j Boarders wanted at Mr Simp sons 129tf NeverWett rooting is S100 per square why pay 200 will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 21tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leaven Wanted 100000 dozen eggs Dour and Window frames Mouldings finishing lumber poarch columns Brackets Block ect at John Magees All kind of bulk llower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf For Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney For Rent A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on W T West at Post Oirice 3f Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Come to see us for your paint We guarantee it for five years 4t Frisbies Drug Store We will pay 14c cash for fresh clean for cold storage 4 14tf II B Northcott Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices 47tf Romans Elmore Lost Saturday flight a pocket book on the square return and a reward Hayden Leavell Gold spectacles in Lancaster last Saturday Leave at this ollice and get reward Paints Roof Barn Paints each the very its kind made Frisbies Drug Sore 4t We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get oar prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore We can supply your in the paint line at the lowest prices 4t Frisbies Druj For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt HBNorthcott 414 Firstclass surrey and phaeton for sale For particulars call at Currey Davidsons store Mrs T Currey 331 Notice to Teachers Examlnatin for white teachers will be held in Lancaster KY at my office on Friday and Saturday May 19th and 20th and examination for colored teachers will be hell at the same place May 2Gth and 27th E L Homeseekers Excursion to Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May 2nd and lath 1905 at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and St Relens Tickets are limited 15 days from the date of sale Ask Agents for particulars or N Aiken Lexington Ky or W C Rine arson G P A Cincinnati Ohio tf When eer you feel impending ill And need a magic little No other one will fill the bill Little Early Risers The famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Bileiousncss etc They never gripe or sicken but Impart early rising en ergy Good for either children or adults J C P Jones Chief Burgess Milesburg Borough Pa I nev pills in my family during the forty years of housekeeping that gave such satisfactory results as DeWitts Early Risers Sold by RE McRoberts lm LOST ha new leak- t Or Duo Sash U D when everWett 414 tf 11 B orthcott Lost t Pant ever nt WalkerCo Michigan- via TPA erused Little I Return Magee scan eggs receive i write E Like DeWitts r Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 2 c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 4 7tf Romans Elmore I haveabout 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 fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in sung tf Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be to show you what we can do in this line a new method we can show you how the paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed For sale CHEAP 75 bbls Flour Mill in good condition If interested DeLaney3t Ky We want your business we will value for less money than in Lan caster Frisbies Drug Store 4t We are our ware room and getting in the largest stock of vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Coal and Salt For sale Best Jellico Coals on hand at our yard near depot Close prices made for car load lots Prompt attention given to all orders Salt on hand for sale Your patronage solicited 3 31 Jones Patterson Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling llowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Ilomeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IRA F SCIIWKOEL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Bldg Cincinnati O- As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a ureat satisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 910tf Pai t tter lPfody and arnisl giv you Is a bay foaled in 1S99 is 16 bands high and no white Sired by Red Wilkes 1749 Sire of 125 trotters and 44 pacers dams of 1S5 in 230 PS producing sires Sire of Prince Wilkea 214 14 Ralph Wilkes 20f 31 Ithurlel 200 11 Blanche Louise 210 DolHe Wilkes 211 12 Red Star 212 14 Dams of Walnut Hall 208 14 Kingmopd 209 Nobel 210 14 1st dam FannIe S dam of Ashburton 213 11 Red Bond 2 20 12 T by H 226 sire of 15 in 2 dams oi AlIertouJiX li Axtcll 12 2d dam Bird Coleman by Mam briuo Temple 5SC sire of Billy Boy 226 14 3rd dam Nellie Mor ton by Draco 116 sire of Draco Prince 224 14 Blanche 225 11 Outlaw 2 SB 11 dams of 10 in 230 4th darn by Canada Whalebone Red Bond is bredlikc the two greatest sires living Alieton and Axtell all three of them being by the sons of the great Geo Wilkes and out Of the daughters of Mnmbrlno Boy 2 36 He has the feet and is not ouly a perfect trotter but a coach horse that can win in any horse show Last New York IamLrluo Boy 0 lam of 2 30 tlnestlegs eyesand base TolmPugh For sale Seed Oats Call on J C or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky 310lf Measures for clothing are taken In tf Joseph Hughes Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest market price us before selling Sacks furnished 4 14tf II B Northcott We guarantee our paint not chalk blister or come off for years If it does we will give you paint to it tree of charge 4t Frisbies Drug Store 2 10tf Will pay S400 per 100 Ibs for 100000 bs No 1 Hemp F O B 4t J B Walker Richmond Ky Tomatoes and early plants now ready to transplant tf Joseph Faulconer For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash ou car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons We have just received a fresh car load 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 Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Shop over Wards store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same lIe has a line line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh 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 slnuldir and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Chi cago Hughes Joseph Agts DryGoods Se tqt eel If ofhouse II Northcott Notice meatsin Harris repaint B Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit High Standard Paints Iligh Grade Stains Painters Supplies Pixie Stationary DANVILLE KENTUCKY Lowe Bras GIBBONS MAY I tir Aut J Varnishes terk a sRsS Y9 lht iYtSC RED BOND 87223 220i T Horse Show in September he won in every class lie 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 weights We think in Red Bond we have one of tho greatest stallions in Amielca to sire speed and high stipplng 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 lead ing horsemen of the country think this horse Is the best highstepping stallion owned iu the State and with his breeding should make a great sire Will make the season of 1905 at Monnieta Farm near Danville at 25 to insure a living colfor 20 to insure a living colt When three or more mares are bred A E HUNDLEY DANVILLE INDIGESTIONS RECORD F t r vN7 I The best I can prescribe for Flower I know several other physicians who pre scribe It regularly is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is heartfailure in its ghastly harvest QYou read in the pap rs of appar and even robust men with acute indigestion a meal of dying in many cases before a physician be called in JTIiis should be a to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of vie thus acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower or after their meals would not have fallen a to such sudden seizures IAugust Flower indigestion by digestion It the liver and tones up the entire system in a natural way 7 ITwo 250 75c All For mile by It 15 IcItoberlN THE LOWER EAR OF CORN When Used as Seed It Usually Pro duces Shorter Cornstalks and Makes More Corn We have often advised the farmers in the south to select for a term of years the lower ear on a twineared stalk for the purpose of breeding down the tall stature of their corn so that It can be planted closer together That it will have this effect we well know from long experience But it seems that some have assumed that the lower ear Is always and anywhere conducive to greater production We believe that this too is usually the case if the work is continued long enough to show its effect for the lower ear will certainly inherit a greater ten dency to produce an ear bove it than rem 01 suddenlyattacked of before cr sIZes Indigestion inaclalfliS beating indigesti Louisville Ivy First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair 9- C OOOOOOOC COCOOOCX J 8 r From St Louis m tickets reduced rates from almost any point EastThe is easily made via the Rock Island Two through New Mexico the other Through tourist quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Paso routesThe experts and can save you money You can have their assistance in the California for asking Consult your home ticket agent or write to the undersigned for our California book and complete folder Across the Continent in a Tourist Sleeper For oneway colonist andcomfortably routesone carshours tnc tCJ Wiil 515WB h- fureur wrote us thJt he hail ljcn Jsl lowing our directions in saving his seed corn and that his corn was mftk ing from three to five ears on a stalk and that his neighbors were all seeking his corn for seed In the annual the Rhode Island station the result of one years selection of the lower ear as compared with the upper one showed a result somewhat in layer of the upper ear and from this one tes they have concluded that the supposi tion that to increase the number of ears one should choose always from the lower one because that Is the last onUs developed Is shown to be erroneous Since no one had advised the continu ous selection of the lower ear after Ideal plant is secured the advice is rather superfluous In fact no one ex periment can determine the tendency of any work in plant breeding We have found that not less than seven years are to fix the character of corn as a strain or race and after breeding for the ideal plant we can thus select with ears from these nlants The Rhode Island report gives uts showing the corn from lower and ipper ears and so far as we can judge rrom the cut the greater luxuriance is n favor of the lower car seed The mis ake seems to have been in assuming hat what has been advised as a means if getting the Idal plant is always and n any climate the best for the crop at nice and that a single experiment can letermlno the value of any method of ilant breeding Breeding to cure in the plant for a certain climate ind breeding for continuous production liffer very materially Practical armer IRRIGATION IN FAR Work Is Hampered by Large Quanti ties of Alkali Contained of the Soil It is estimated that there remain in the dry region of the west about GOO JOOOOO acres of vacant public land and that there is sufficient water available under proper storage systems to irri gate about onesixteenth of the whole amount The area now occupied and Ir rigated is only 6500000 If during the next 30 years only 20000000 acres more should be placed uritler irrigation the land so reclaimed would provide homes for at least 12000000 to 15000000 peo nIp as a very small area is sufficient to 411 rt tc reportof the need d some confidence the ideal defects WEST in- Most i Par Ia UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I Why Purchase Others When You A Can Get An Underwood I OOCOO OO COOCXOC I II I From Chicago prated according to Iff gallon methccl The main drawback which has so far appeared In the development of the dry region Is owlngto the presence of alkali in In some sections It is found that after putting water on the soil for a certain length of time the tendency of the alkali is to rise toward the surface and there Is a gradual increase of the harmful salts near the surface The waters used in irrigation It Is also found contain alkali which helps to increase the deposits after the water dries away After the alkali once to give serious trouble it has some times been necessary abandon the land The only remedy appears to be to furnish sufficient water to flood the land and soak out the alkali WASHING POTATOES It Is an Excellent Practice If They Are Thoroughly Dried Storing An extensnve potato grower of northern Michigan Mr L Van in a recent contribution to the Chicago Packer gives his experience iu washing potatoes before storing as followsI a farmer plowing and working 2000 acres of land raising hogs cat tle and horses and also hay grain and vegetables For five years I have washed all my potatoes and have never lost a bushel by rot after I put them away in the cellars I dig with a j Hoover digger and pick up the as fast as they are dug They are then hauled to a suitable rack for lashing where a mill hose is turned I on them with 40 pounds pressure In this way 100 bushels are washed clean enough in ten minutes to bake or boil I let them lie for a few minutes only then pick up and put in one bushel crates after which they stand in the sun or wind from two to three hours long enough to dry nicely The pota toes are then packed away in a cool dry cellar where they remain until wanted for use or to sell- I have found this to be the most practical way to care for potatoes or other roots The potatoes being In bushel crates are ready to sell by the luad or bushel and can be handled ery quickly and cheaply No meas is necessary no weighing is re quired always ready to sell or The crate if cared for will last years I have put potatoes in bins often when they were a little wet or had some defective ones among them and in a few weeks had to move and sort them But since I have used crates for potatoes and other roots I find that when put away the care and trouble is over and no further at tention is necessary I would recommend this method to all farmers large or small All that cldfogyism of storing potatoes with dirt and mud on them is nonsense While we all know that potatxes will keep well if dry with a little dirt on them I know they will keep if washed perfectly clean and dry and they will come out in the spring good and sound I had 8000 bushels in my cel lars this spring the finest stock I ever saw Collecting Rents Sir said the seedy man addressing a prosperouslooking passerby would you kindly favor a worthy but unfor nate fellowman with a few pence What is your occupation asked the other as he put his hand in his pocket Sir replied the victim of hard luck as he held up a tattered coat sleeve and smiled grimly Ive been collecting rents for some time past TitBits 1t c Ur1 ot a R tl w 1 c thesoil begins ItO e igsIht Before Winkle potatoes wing plant- IF are industrious and capable you can make there The big ranches are breaking up into small need more workers to care for the increased prosperousTherehave a little capital you can own one of these small farms yourself or you can rent one on and for it out of the in a few years We will send you descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the making opportunities for every member of the family a enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of the Bargain RatesEvery Day March 1 to May 15 MoneyIn Ihoney workfew 33 i f 9 All of the work ible It is easy to ate rapid and durable will do any work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue UiidenvoodTypewriterCo Forth and Main Streets t- It A The X operA i 3O otherroutetoilet rooms for both men and women unuuahiy large and complete in their appointments Cut out this advertiement fill in spaces below and mail to JOHN SEBASTIAN Passenger Traffic Mansger Rock Island System CHICAGO Please send me of fare to CaIiComia and time illustratedCalifornia book and full information about your new service I expect to leave for California about andwould like inCormatioD about Name Address City State rates your tNAME SECTiON FUUuR PCS EUGAK BESTS Description of a Little Machine That Has Been Used Successfully in the Par West A machine such as shown In the ac companying illustration is used exten sively in some parts of California to pull sugar beets The Iron pullers should be I1 1 7 HOMEMADE BEET PULLER from four to six feet apart at a and nearer together at b and about three feet long The points of the pullers run on each side of the row and loosen the beets which are lifted and left on top of the around The points of the pull ers are set slightly lower than the back Arthur Goodwin In Farm and Home Strictly Genuine of the patent medicine testi mnnlals are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a wellknown engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and when lie was in this ollice today we asked him about it lie says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he hart a His druggist reccommendcd Ko dol and he says It cured him He roe ommcndcrt it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely as the sun shines your stomach can be brought back to its orignal pure condition and life sweetened by this lastingand truly the greatest digestant known Sold by R E McRoberts lm lint Veutlicr 1Ilen Persons afllicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinking water contribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and hanger ous DeVitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get tile genuine bearing the name of E C DeWitt Co R E McRoberts lm Will inuke the season of 11KX on my farm one mile South of IJnekeyi on the and Lancaster at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up soil all right A lien retained until season money is paid Money due when the mart Is or to other stock Core taken to prevent accidents but not responsible lily occur Chester S years out 16 hands high a dark chestnut is the of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kind a model In form that won lentil style characteristic of the Chcsterdare family which the world acknowledge as sup to all us a show He has proven himself a No 1 breeder and his colts are lug to Eastern buyers for good prices 1edi ace sired by the famous No 10 X S II K he by Ilia k Piiiirrel S lIe by marlKagle 7llie King William 67 he by Washing ton Denmark 4 C and he rare horse Denmark F S by imported Iledgeford Chester Squirrels dam graph awl known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered one of the greatest brood mares in Kentucky FineJack at the same time and place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John he by and is out of an imported John Morgan Jr out of Jou Blackburn he by aril Prince lie by nil Prince he by Imp 1st dam Daisy Dixie she Dixie by dam Nellie Lord lrd dam bv Importer He is l hands solid He Is a No I breeder and his colts brought from 35 to 90 at theteat last fall T O HILL BUCKEYE KY i s j I I cancer I hester Squirrel hike e t l n h I b I I h lost erinonnt li b fin 4 K d1 1 o ol j c ji p I DORSEY GOLDUST 12055 Full Drothor to Estelle 219 Sired Zllcadi Golddust 4100 by Uolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by ZilcaUi an Imp lion Dorsey Golddusts dam is Florence by Golden Chief a son of Gafls Morgan making him an in bred Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on the best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddnst is a dark bay black points full Hi hands weighs 1200 Ibs A proven and uniform breeder of high road and eastern horses combln qualities for harness and saddle and arc in demand at top prices The champion saddle and combined of the American horse shows 1902 04 Jack 0 Diamonds stands to his credit 12 of his colts have sold for over 14000 in the past two years Ills service is olTered f r less than any horse of his producing quality in Ken tucky Will stand at my farm 2 miles from Stanford Ky on Hustonville at 20 to Insure a Jiving Colt Money due when colt or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept best of careful handling given REID Stanford or Danville Highland Stock I offer this season the service of BLACKBURN This combined harness and saddle will make the present season at the Ilighluiid Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at IO to Insure a fivin colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in the county DKSCRI1TION AND PEIMURKK Blackburn is 5 years old 16 hands and solid black Was sired Senator Blackburn by DM lard Dudley by John Dillard by Indian by Imported Chief the premium horses of their day Blackburns dam was by by Administrator by Risciyks Ham bletonian 2nd darn by Bronaughs Denmark by old Denmark by Imp Iledgeford Senator dam was by Ben tons Diomede 2nd dam by thoroughbred Graftonians dam by Millions Copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the dam of by Grey Eagle 3rd dam ny Masons Whip 4th dam by Tim Audi Senator Blackburn took premiums at Maysville Sharps burg Germantown IIus tonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever was shown lie was the best combined stallion in the United States Ills colts took premiums wherever shown Many of his colts were never beaten One colt was sold for 1800 and Senator Blackburn was sold for 31500 and he is living today and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one of the finest individuals in the country He is an extra heavy boned with good feet and body with square hips and is a first mule Jack Some of ills colts sold last year for 75 lie is 5 years old and will make the season at the low price of 700 for a living colt Grazing at 2 00 per month and care taken but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur Loin according to law Money due in all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or jack No business on Sunday Phone at residence No 187 A C MILES Buckeye Ky 1 Mingo Mor aU thin O responsibility Address- F Farm Stallion Grafton retained II 1 g c sir ig Ill ChIld Blackbur Beattvri lie i 3 S I Electrician 5007 I Sire of Midi 211 Klectrimont 2 lJi Gretchen Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands high Standard Reg lie ii by Electioneer li sire of lea dams of 121 he by 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah 1 sire of o dams of 7 Kent mare by lOre trlciuns let dam Kebcecadam of Denial 217 Kexford 224Ariana 2iO Kusseuole 2W etc Rebecca by Gen Hen ton 1755 sire of 21 dams of 63 lie by JOn Scott 8ii sire of 2 Lady lienton by Grays 10 Second dam lamof Deli Idelia 230 and Chimes Bell sire of VanZ she by Abdallah Star Third dam Emma Mills dam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 ElectricIan is a rovalbred horse flue style and actionwith great beauty He is 11 horse that posses great speed andgameness his record i irJIJ lie repeatedly showed miles in 215 A number of hi get has roadsters bringing from 300 to 1500 As most of his collsare tine action style and size I can recommendhim us stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and same as Clay King at the fee of FIFTEEN DOLLARS Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34Sire of Dick Wilson 208 The King Tom Ihalr 217 Nellie Bruce 2KSi Clay Wilkes Dalsey M 221 The Guard 22uJ The 225 Justin M Dorado 227J4 and eight others with records of better than 30 all trotters but Dick Whsou pacer By King Clay Sire of Miss Lida 210 Marble a 14 Claymore H17 22 Edgar 2rf Queen 1 dam Amy 22014 Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King and granddam of Volo Maid 2131 4 Sire of Kt 211 14 St Patrick 214J X othere sons have sired 175 andlaughters have produced Dick 212 Strougwood 212 etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletonla Dam of Amy 220 II Gov Sprague sire of 38 Wllmar 229 112 and cf 2 sire of George Wilkes Electioneer Happy Medium Harold etc 3 dam Jenny by Young Bacchus 59ISlre of Clay King Is n son of Harry Clay45 dam Modesty by Tom Wodder 147 2 dandam of 22lj by American Star 143 damn by Km mans Duroc kind of stud opportunities wouldtoday be in the first fight of successful of extreme speed stud career is begun and there Is not a horseman in the Blue Grass State who does not regard him asa wonderful sire of early and extreme speed man atthe Lexington seen his get accomplish whatnever done by the produce theyhave seen lila step quarters in Sal4 second andsell for startling prices seen lila older representative as much speed gameness cud genuine race qualities as those of any ever quartered In Kentucky will make the season of 1905 at the feed andsale stable of V B Burton In Lancaster at the low price ol TWKtVK DOOLIjAKS and FIFTY CENTS to Insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to secure the of the season be taken toprevent accidents to stock intrusted to our care but shouldauytjccnr w ovill not be respodslble for the same W B Burton f X I i I of Race Record 224 Ja4 2fl3 inlistI I l r dt feJ I agreat C 21i7 r 591 Eola Klugbrlno 220 Doc Clay 229 etc Homestuke 22O I I ha r f I 4 2r2l h C 2lO3 Malice ffl 227 22i Veiis 5 5 All care i 1 llY5PEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottle contaIns 2Y tImes the trial whIch salts for SO cents PREPARED ONLY AT THC LABORATOKY 0 E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL S size the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendarfor For sale R E1w Toflfl1PTI Paragon 22914 Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam On lila 217 by Florida 4S2grandam of Grace hood 2 JJi 2nd dam Lady Ham by llambrinu 820 dam etcard4th dam Briiton by Mambrluo Briiton 1th dam Kit SIr Walter Jay Bird lOtS sire of Hawthorne 2 Aller Bird 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others y George VIlks lilt dum Lady Frank Star Hi Paragon a handsome Individual of line conformation size and style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Bird Is one tile greatest II lug sires nncl that Ms blood on is shown by the fact that hissons have aired over 2 0 standard performers including Locanda 203 Susie J 20f Jay Kiigle undmany performers while Paragons Oneida 2i7 dam of irace Bond i0 the t racing 3yearold the trotting turf has ever seen ant his second dam dam of Ed Winter liVX etc You will see from the above that is one of this best bred horses living and there is no reason why he should not become one of Jay Birds greatest ions Ills no measure of as he could trot in 215 or better Should Para son fall to get YOU a trotter he is a hore of such fine conformation size action stvle and finish that his get will certainly command arid carriage horses 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 seRial of 190 at my stable three miles north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents to Insure a colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt to secure service fee Season due if mare Is ud with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky Sheriffs FOR TflXE Monday May 22 1905 the May Term of tile Garrard County Court I will between the hours of oclock A M and 4 oclock M IP front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell at Public out err to the highest soil best bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay Taxes 1101 cost and penalty As fast us payments are made the names will disappear The amount set each name includes Taxes B percent Pen ally and Cost of Advertising owing by each of said delinquents LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT XO 1 Percell Susan 77 acres 1025 acres 4 15 Simpson J acres 2195 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT NO 1 Adams Pete 1 town lot Bell Win I town lot 5 S5 Burdett Bob acres C Fish Boyce 1 acre 4 Hiatt Seymour town lot 520 Hudgens Mary 1 town lot 3 C5 Jennings Louis 1 town lot ft 00 Leavell George 1 town lot 4 McRoberts Mandy 2 sr Miller Jim town lot ift Miller Alex 2 town lots SO MyersJessel town lot 020 Robinson Harve town lot 10 Salter heirs 1 town lot iiO Taylor Lucy 1 town lot 41ft Ware Joe 1 town lot 0 S- OBRYANTSVILLE WHITE XO 2 Ball John 50 acres Browu Mary C 5 acres ICasley Willie 2 acre C rPreston Mrs Susie Ifi acres C JO- Sberrow Mrs Sallie 1 acre 290 Woods Rich 2 acres BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT NO 2 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre 4 10 Wm 1 acre 4 05 Cochran Frank 4 acres 5 10 Coohran Henry 8 acres 4 41 David John 1 acre 4 CO Dunn Tom I acre 4 45 Dunn Louis serge 4 70- Embry Henry 2 acres 4 SO Graves Mat 1 acre 3 15 Jackson harry acre 3 SO Kennedy Peter 1 acre 4 10- Leavell Louis 1 acre 4 15 Roach 3 SO Smith lien 1 acre 4 15 Simpson Ceo 4 acres 7 CO Smith John 4 acres 455 Turrance Jane acre 240 Withers Ceo 1 acre 4 Oa BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT NO 3 Keller Sam 1 acre Murphey Win 2 acre Powers Mary B 154 acres 4S 5S Ray Mke5 acres fi 9r Simpson J I acre S BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No 3 Kennedy Mary 1 acre 245 PAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT No 4 Bird Green 5 acres 4 15 Bird Mack 10 acres 5 70 Carpenter Dave Hrs 50 acres 3 10 Davis II 8 acres C SO Dicks Charley 100 acres 5 75 Halcomb John acres 520 Isaacs Simon CO acres 9 72 McCulIum lire 40 acres 2 50- Ilalston W II 1 nero 8 95- WoolwinoBW 80 acres 450 Yuter Luciudi 1 acre 415 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Addison Henry 3 90 Cheatham Milo 1 acre 370 Cook John CO acres Faulkner Edie 12 acres 410 Faulkner Irvln 5 acre 5 20 Fox Pat 2 acres 4 15 Hawkins heirs 1 acre 390 Kennedy Ed 3 acres 4 40 Miller Almira 1 5 C5 Royston Katie 40 acres 7 35 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County NOTICE All persons having clnims against the estate J S Robinson decd will present them properly verified to lila executors for payment All persons who arc Indebted to J S sou decd are notiefid to settle with his exe cutors as soon as convenient Mrs Ann W Robinson It C Robinson Executor lrt v IB j 90 to ito 10 15 70 35 o 40 I II cry of lr Oi 2fI other flO lI1n I e hl ON lieliig the first ilay of I opposite Philips Jim JI I i 9 DISTRICT H 4 4 I I 3 1 acre acre I s I o Ci am ham is tile a Ot record Is aictlii ro Sa t 4Si I gar I Lucy a jicres I kohl 0 c j j 01 Cures Sidney and tUSad I der Diseases in Every Forsn Kiany Peopo Sidney Trouble and EBo mot ICnow St HOW TO FIND OUT It the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the other organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and other ailments Which are all owing to tho kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Foleys Kidnoy Cure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will bo restored to perfect health HOW TO FEND OUT can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust or small particles heat about in it your kidneys are diseased and Foley3 Kidney Cure should be taken at once i Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better at once It corrects slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in and still worse the doctors advised me if I had any business to attend to I had bet ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent son to the store and after taking three bottles I to get and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes SOc and SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC JE Stormes CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2162 By Chester Dare o 10 laIn Nancy L 2847 by On Time 715 Bay horse 15 hands Inch foaled May 1X2 Madison Due is a horse of great style and action with plenty of bone and size carries good tail and is a great fronted horse Goes the live gaits and proved to he a show horsn last year as a 2 year old Will serve twentylive approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt Mnres kept nt three Dollars a month own ers risk Not for accidents lintcareful personal attention given to all stock sent to our place W W ami J E Higginbotliam Marcelliis Ky Reextending Charter TREASURY DEPARTMENT Ollice of tile Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C April 8 1005 WIIEUKAS by satisfactory evidence presented to it has been made to appear that NATIONAL OK LANCASTER located in the City of Lancaster iu the County of Garrard and Stateof Kentucky has complied with all Lions to extend tleir corporate and for other purposes approv ed July 12 1882 as amended by the Act approved April 1902 therefore I William B Ridge ly Comptroller of the do certify that TIlE NATIONAL DANK OK located m the City of Lancaster in the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky is authorized to have for the period specified in its amended association namely until close of business on April 81925 In testimony whereof wit I ness my hand and seal of j sfcAL 0ce this Eighth day of rJ April 1905 B RIDOKLY Comptroller of the Currency Charter No 193 Extension No CG14 A Card Our charter having been re for another twenty years accounts of the people of Garrard vicinity Thanking them for their past patronage we desire a of their business in the 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 house your headquartersVery S C DennyCasur 1 FOLEY S KIDNEY CURE I Have is You sed- Iment live another month began 100 required tit CERTI FICATE B K J I Itoexist- ence 2 sl1cce articles 0 extended we solicit continuance future g f h than or Tin Vat a e d maker