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LANCASTER KY FRIDAYS MAY 12 1905 yvsinan G THE CENTRAL RECORD JJXTl EYTII YEU 4 Never Miss the WATER ti I Well Runs Drv Is the title of an old familiar song had better guard yainst missing the water by having us Pix Your Guttering or make assurance doubly sure by having us install a system of Water Works J R HaseSden We are agents Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have ill stock and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors Undertaker I Youll I II You f a I Iil D 11 I I I I I I for- D ft I I II I L to jA J Beazley w i y 1se a win lkazley S Co A r r 1 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 VmIIeniclon G B Swlnebro- adKerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Oflice over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Ian Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business SisFARIS I II I L f I R trmr r ii rr 1 W once over store Danville st IP 9 Dentist To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137 708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Ky I am prepared to recom mend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settle ments of losses there is none better and 1dare 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 Mutual or Assessment Con antes address me M Green Murphy to iA Klngsville r1 j q Stanford a Ky- r rt Local Notes j Lewis Ilumber a color ed boy died Saturday of censump tion Squire J S Johnson and J B Kin naird were elected trustees for the Graded School The repeated request to the City Council to have the streets and alleys cleaned up seems to be falling on deaf ears Local fishermen report absolutely no spring fishing as the dynamiters and seiners have played havoc with the river Henry Duncan caught a jumper at the old Henry Bruce water gap which measured twenty inches It was the prettiest fish of the season If this reaches vou before tonight Thursday let us advise that you at tend the entertainment given by Mar- shalls Comedians at the court bouse The Record has the promise of some interesting data on hemp for next is sue We know of nothing of more to Garrard county 150 to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves at 5 a in Returning leaves the city about 330 p m Remember these special trains leave from the Fourth street depot and not the Grand Central Mrs Geo W Dunlap died at Los Cru ses New Mexico last Wednesday o tuberculosis She at one time resid d in Lancaster The remains were at Lexington The young boys baseball team will play a nine from Danvilleon the home grounds Saturday afternoon at three oclock They promise a good game and invite the public to come Miss Susie Hatcher has taken charge of the Danville stage line and will con tinue the business her father had Her brother drives the horses but Miss Susie goes with the wagon and 1 joks after the business Our thanks are due the veteran newspaper man Judge Hughes for valuable assistance during our entirely helpless condition The Judge has many noble traits but the one thing that affords him more than any other is that of help ing a friend in need To My Customers Owing to severe illness I have gone to Nicholasville for a few days and my store will be closed during that time 1 will return in a very short time and hope my patrons and friends will hold for me Miss Ida Dickerson Ice Cream and Strawberries The Christian Endeavor Society will serve cream cake and berries in the College yard on the afternoon of class day Thursday May 18th Also in the Park on the evening of the same day A most cordial invitation is ex tended to the public Charges only 15 cents The good people of Harrodsburg re gistered such a kick that the street fair people refused to pitch tents in that city There is no greater nuis nee By the way we were asked why The Record advertised the ones appearing in Lancaster We did that for the reason that local lodges at the back of them just as we will again if local institutions are up against it but our advice to the latter is Dont try it To Our Friends The immense amount of work con nected with moving rendered it im for us to say good bye to all and we take this method of thanking them for their many kind nesses during our long residence in Lancaster No matter where we may go we will always love the good peo ple of Lancaster and our prayer is that the richest blessings of Heaven may rest upom you J C Thompson and family Merit Has Won The Records good friend Robert E Hughes of Louisville came up and spentSunday with his wifewho is relatives in this city Mr Hughes success in Louisville has been very good and he is now secretary of the Commercial Club the prom nent and beneficial organization in the South Everybody In the Falls City knows Bob and he has as many substantial friends as any man there None of his r bt tsdto good it has all been brought about by industry hopesty and a head chock full of good boss sense A Good Troupe Bert Marshalls Comedians played three nights in this city this week and gave most excellent entertainments each night The company consists of live people and every feature Is good The company played to large audi ences and everyone was satisfied As a comedian Mr Marshalls car not be excelled His work Is all new and absolutely free from that coarsness indulged in by many on thestage to day The other performers are way above the and taken as a whole the shows given furnish as much genuine clean amusement pleasure can be found on any stage This office had considerable business dealings with Mr Marshall and ve have never worked for a fairer mi re customer I I M D almost theirorders vis- Iting success can be at I luckas as vrell known importance farmer interred happiness were friends most average reasonable and agreeable We take this means to say to the good people who were so lovely to us in our great troubles that words can not describe our feelings of gratitude nor will we ever be able to repay them for their kindness no matter how hard we may strive to do so No greater calamity can befall children than that of being deprived of their only parent and earthly protection but the words of comfort and kindly deeds from the people of Lancaster have convinced us that we are in a community composed of God loving and Godfearing people who will assist and protect us May Gods richest blessings rest upon each of you is the prayer of Susie Carrie and George Hatcher To Meet in Lancaster The Annual W C T U Convention of Garrard County will be held at the Presbyterian Church at Lancaster May 19th beginningat 900 a in and continuing through the day A free lunch will be served at noon Mrs Susan S Fessenden a National work er from Boston is to be present also Miss Annie Edwards the State Y Secretary and other workers from the county and State The day will be filled with good music helpful discussions and interesting addresses A full program will appear next week All person throughout the county who are interested in the work are cor dially and earnestly invited to be pre sent and take part in the discussions The Editor Disabled The editor of The Record hoped to be back at work this week but the trouble with our leg is so serious that the physician Dr J B Kimuiird us to remain oil our feet for sev eral days yet We are able to get up the reading matter for the and all in this issue was written as we lay list on our back with nothing in view but the cobwebs on the coiling Judge Hughes is holding down the otllcc all right and Lenny Miller is looking af ter the job work so if you need at y printing please send it in as we need it now as badly as the fellow in Texas wanted the pistol We are deeply grateful for the many kind words of inquiry as to our welfare and will never forget those who have been so kind during our misfortune The Right Spirit In a speech at Danville lIon Jennings Bryan said When 1 first went to Congress 1 thought that all the good was some how condensed into time Democratic party but after I had been there awhile I found a great many questions upon which people did not differ ex cept politically I found a great many good Republicans and I found some Democrats I was a little doubtfU about I find that the under lying principles are about the same in all sections of the country and in all parties and I think therefore I have grown a little more liberal as I have grown older and have found myself anxious to do things about which all the people are concerned Lancaster Boy Graduates Handsome invitations to the exercises at the Cincinnati Col lege of Dental Surgery were received by friends of Mr Charles J Zimmer a Lancaster boy who will receive his dl ploma at this well known and splen did institution Tuesday Dr Zimmer is the son of Mr and Mrs R Zimmer of this city and is one of the most honorable deserving and energetic young men it is pleasure to know He entered the above named school several years ago and has taken a course As it is the leading school in this section of the it is a foregone conclusion that the Lancaster boy is thoroughly equipped for his profession Charley has a host of friends who wish for him the success he so richly deserves Leaves For California Messrs John C Thompson and Robt L Jennings with their families left Monday morning for California where they will engage in business and make their there in the future They will make short stops in St Louis and several other cities en route As sta ted in a recent issue of The Record both gentlempn were forced to leave Kentucky on account of failing health Mr Thompson began his work in this when a mere boy studying tie trade He to lulp him get a start in the world and was dependent upon his own exerthn from early boyhood Untiring energy and strict attention to business soon enabled him to get a foothold and the f ict that he has carried one of the largest and most expensive stocks of diamonds and jewelry in Central Ken tucky for many years goes to show how well he succeeded He had one of the best paying establishments in this section but failing health of both himself and wife made it neces sary for him to sell out and seek an other climate Mr Thompson was al ways in the lead for the advancement of the towns welfare and no citizen has done more to build up the town and improve it As stated in a recent the removal by Mr Thompson is a very great loss to Lancaster Mr Jennings was an equally enterprising citizen of Paint Lick and the people of that hustling town regret his de parture as much as Lancaster regrets to lose Mr Thompson Both are ohri than gentlemen and The Record com I mends them to the people of town in wiilcb they may locate I A Card I William opr complete dental country ho Et one any requires paper great graduating jewelers had the issue A Very Sad Death News of the death of Rev Robt R West was a very great shock to the many friends of that gentleman as only a few knew of his illness As stated in a recent issue of The Record Mr West gave up his position in one of the Depaitments at Washington and accepted another in Panama in connection with the work the Govern rant is doing on the canal there He was in the best of health but was soon stricken with yellow fever and only lived few days A son who accompanied him to Panama is still there Owing to the disease the re mains were interred there Ills wife and other children did not accompany Mr West but remained in Washing ton The deceased was the son of Mr Jno 1C West of this city and resided here until nineteen years ago when ho a position in Washington His rise there was very rapid and he soon had one of the best positions in the government service He was a minis ter of the gospel and for a long time had charge of a Baptist church near Washington He was a man or excep tionally tine bnsiness qualifications and a preacher of great ability lIe p ssessed that sociable kindly nature so characteristic of his venerable fa ther and mother and made friends of with whom he had dealings He was fortyseven years of age and leaves his wife and five children who with the aged parents and four sisters have the deepest sympathy in their great bereavement A special from Washington to the Louisville Times says Arrangements regarding the inter ment have not been made It is the desire of the family who reside at Ta koma Md near this city to have the body brought to America and proba bly interred in the family burying ground at Lancaster Ky but there are obstacles in the way It was sta ted at the olllce of Surgeon General Wyman of the Marine Hospital Ser vice today that the body could fce brought to this country only on the consent of every State through which it would have to pass All or nearly all the States have regulations agaInst the transportation through them of the corpses of persons who died of contagious diseases The news of the death of Dr West came as a great shock to his family and friends Mr West had objections to going to Panama and at first declin ed the post of Deputy Auditor but afterward accepted lIe gave up the place of Auditor of the Government Printing Office to accept the position under the Canal Commissioner lIe went to the Isthmus in February and ince he had been there had been in Christian work having organ ized a congregation to which he preach ed every Sunday The commission greatly appreciated his labors Giving up therministry he entered the Treasury Department where for more than twelve years he was con nected with the ollice of the Auditor of Currency A year and a half ago he was transferred to the auditorship of the Government Printing Office Fi nally some eleven weeks ago he was appointed Auditor of the Canal Com missionMr leaves a widow his son William who went with him to the Isthmus as an employe of the and FrankRobert Ralph and Mary who reside with their mother at Takoma Beautify the Town Now is tne time for all concerned and all ought to be be gin to beautify the town We do not mean for anyone to go from home to do cleaning Let every one see to it that his or her premises are put in the cleanest possible condition This is a duty every one owes the town and to himself A clean place is a lovely place however humble A dirty place is an offense to nature however spac ious So let every one for himself see to it that his premises are put in a clean condition By so doing he will set an example to his besides he will feel better and his wife will think the better of him also If every one would see to it that his premises are put in order the city would have an attractive appearance and would invite people from the country to come and dwell with us In cleaning up call in the tree pruner if you like but give the tree topper and tree a wide breath lIe is an enemy to good taste The Mary Walker Price Chapter U D C held their monthly meeting with Mis Fannie Farra at her beaut ful suburban home on Stanford avenue She received us in her usual cordial manner Topics for the afternoon were local instances during the War Several pieces of history and poetry were read and experiences related We had a most delightful interesting and Instructive meeting A full present and applications for new members Motto That our Daughters may be as polished Stones Next meeting will be with Mrs Geo Farris June 12 1905 U D C A team of large bay horses gentle and good drivers Also comparative ly new two horse spring wagon made by T and J Murphey Danville Will carry 3000 or 3500 Ibs and a set of double harness all good Ap to Bryantsville Ky for a everyone com- missIOn concernedto neighbor held For Sale Pettus Bros it accepted active butcher membership refreshments new t Public School Program fir The closing exercises of the Lancas p ter Graded School will be as follows Monday morning May 15 Examina tion in Mathematics H Monday afternoon May 15 Literary Program of Intermediate and High School Grade M Tuesday forenoon May 1C Examina tion in Science fe Tuesday afternoon May 1C Primary ffi Entertainment Wednesday forenoon May 17 Lan f guage Examination J Wednesday afternoon May 17 Dec oration of Chapel for Class Thursday forenoon May 18 Exam ination in History Thursday afternoon May 18 Senior Class Day PFriday forenoon May 19 Delivery f of Reports and Promotion Cards K 53 Friday afternoon May 19 Closing sWork pfj Sunday Evening May 21 at Presby terian church Class Sermon by Pres J J Taylor D D Georgetown College jag Tuesday Evening May 23 Exercises at Christian jli church As many parents as can be accom modated by the size of the rooms in ljwhich the exercises are held will be ess heartily welcomed to any and all of these exercises Come and make the gij closing days of 1905 to be remembered Hits Us All Every married man in Lancaster will appreciate the timely expressed sentiment of the following prose poem Father dear father come home with me now for ma has some carpets to beat shes got all the out in the yard from the front porch clear down to the street The stove must come down and be put in the shed and the yard must be cleared of dry grass fonts time to clean house and the devils to pay and the front window needs a new glass Father dear father come home with me now and bring some bologna and cheese its most twelve oclock and theres nothing to eat Im so hungry Im weak in the knees All the well have will be scraps and such and well have to eat standing up too for the table and chairs are out in the yard oh I wish spring house cleaning was through Father dear lather come home with me now for ma is as mad as a Turk she suys you are a lazy old thing and she proposes to put you to work theres painting to do and paper to hunt and windows and casing to scrub fir its liouso cleaning time and youve got to come and revel in suds and cold rib I t Commencement Ifurni- ture dinnerI M j I Rlions EI a I Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Special Sale OF MISSES HOSE Sizes 5 to 9 2 prs 25c Stockings for 35c 3 prs 25c Stockings for 50c Beginning Saturday morning we will sell too 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 Remember we have no fake sales Everything goes as advertised THE Joseph Mercantile Co ft1orr iC 1 I Iooo i1 i ooaooooo0000000000000oooooaooooo000000000000000ooooaoocooo o0000 i y 2- l ooaooooooooooaaooooo0000000000oo ooaooooo0000000000000000oooooaooo c 4 i J j 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 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 ot Furnishing Goods arc by far time largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of time season Mens Shoes every to the trade Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Quality high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White CanvasPr- ices to suit ILT LOGAN i I I I I 1III II I I I I styleKnown i iI J a1s1I t N everybody iww wwwwwv i r AND arness Lower Than Ever New Gar RECEIVED And we will give you Big Bargains Come Look and be CONVINCEDRemember Harness Harness f Haselden Robinson Saving at the Spigot Wasting at the Bung WA WJI Buggies 1 I H I o IIARNESS I i 1 m I J L MrMMMMMMMMMrV MI MMMM M s 00aAaA wwwww warwwv w Made to paint buildings with Thats what buying poor paint means Paint may be lowpriced by the gallon and be extravagant to use owing to poor covering power and wearing quality After the paint is applied its too late to save Start right and use THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT McROIBIERTS Assets Jan 1 1905 390660200 Insurance in 1 1905 1928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of issue Payment of prumium the only 2 Automatically nonforfei table as soon as one premium is paid Insurance without request in case of default after the payment of one Choicebetween Extended Insurance and paidup 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 been in tart two years 5 Absolutely free from condititions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death 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 a copy of the policy showing advantage for a of your age Yours respectfullv 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 1 born on the day of 18 Name Address We have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John Pr Lear r 1 SOLD BY R E ForceJan condition Extended premium Insuranceafter lias 6 PrIvi- lege submit person the sum Vas n n n t mn ntnrnrmnnmm tgiin nn1rntnfmnnunnn 1Ur CENTRAL RECORD Igsincd Weekly 100 per 1ear LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Patt Office in Lancaster Ky at Scconilaiain Hail Matter Lancaster Ky May 12 1905 1UIYANTSYILLE Delayed Letter Miss Hester Patton is visiting Mrs Herd in Lexington Mr Smith of Burgin was over to see his son Mr John Smth last week Mr Herring Burdett is at home af ter spending several months in Illi nois Mrs Hannah Sweeney of Jefferson ville Indiana is visiting relatives here The Misses Boner entertained a number of their friends at dinnerSun day Mr W B Burton of Lancaster bought a horse from James for 177 Miss Mamie Lee Ballard will go to Lexington in a few days for a visit to friendsMr Mrs Walter Davis of Am brose spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charles Deane Miss Allie Arnold has returned to her home in Lancaster after a very pleasant visit to the Misses Maret Misses Thomas of Jessamine tnsti tute will be the guests of delle King from Friday until Monday Mr Eugene Berkele expects to go to Indianapolis in a few days to see his sister Mrs Lizzie Jones who is ve ry ill Miss Sadie Taylor of Caldwell Col lege and Miss were the guests of Miss Anna Hay a few days Mr and Mrs A T Christopher who recently moved to Missouri write that they are very much pleased with their new Messrs Walker and Elkin of Lan caster were here last week buying wool They were paying the highest market price Mrs J II Durham entertain ed Misses Pearl Aldridge of Stanford Sallie and Lee Herring of Marksbury Atta and Mattie Boner in honor of their visitor Miss Mollie Durham of Barbourville Miss Minnie Johnson closed her school here Friday and returned to her home at Lancaster Miss John son is a very successful teacher and the patrons are to be congratulated on securing her services ILYATTSY1LLE Henry Arnold sold a horse to Virgil Gastineau for 125 Miss Carrie Sanders is suirering very much with tonsilitis Mr Hughes Aldridge and family were with home folks last week Henry C Arnold was in Danville to see a pretty girl Sunday night Miss Laura Pigg entertained several of her young friends Saturday night Miss Elizabeth Gibbs was the guest of little Miss Bell Burnside last week Little Miss Nancy Goodloe of Paint Lick is with her cousins Mary and Lizzie Goodloe Miss Carrie Lee Sanders has return ed home from a visit to her sister Mrs Hughes Aldridge of Stanford Mr Jim Sanders and little Mrs Will Leavell and little sons their father C Arnold Sun day NINA Mr and Mrs M F Bowlor and Mr Lunsford visited W T Watson and family last Sunday Uncle Nick Ross the oldest of our town has gone to Madison to visit his children John Wheeler sold last week to Woods C fat hogs weight 240 Ibs at 84 75 per hundred J A Jones our old friend and neigh bon but now of your city with his fam ily visited at Mr Sam Prathers last Sunday Simpson Jackson deal honestly with everybody Good goods and low prices is their motto and are always ready to wait on customers Sunday school at Freedom is getting along nicely Teachers and scholars are interested and Bro J B Parks is a splendid superintendent Please correct mistakes Bro Pike preaches at Freedom on 4th Saturday at 2 oclock p m and Sunday at II oclock a m once a month instead of every Sunday at 2 oclock BEONA VISTA Chas Robinson sold a horse to A T Scott Phil Terril sold GO acres of land to W P Ruble Mr Will Scott is making prepera tions to build a barn Miss Bessie Bolton is visiting rela tives at Harrodsburg Several from here court at Harrodsburg Monday Mr and Mrs D B Jones and two children of Lexington Mr and Mrs A II Vansant of Harrodsburg have been visiting Mrs M A Spilman Mcdella King who is attending Jeesamine Female Institute at Nichoiasville is expected home the last of tne week She will be accom poured by some of her young lady rlends r Spillman Miss Ma Bol tOil Jenkinsfor homer I Dr and oo pleasant VIr- gInia dan hter visited Inhab- Itant Ernest w a DIr II S attended vy i Mrs Joe McCormack has recovered after a short illness Miss Katharine Arnold of Hyatt vllle is visiting Mis Frankye Duty Mrs GeoConn and children spent Monday night with Mrs Jno Reynolds Mrs Jake White and pretty baby Dr B Ramsey and family have re turned home after spending the win ter in Louisiana Mrs G T Fain and nephew Henry Fain of Nicholasville visited Misses Tessie Hardin Nannie Ross last week Terrific With Death 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 dllTeretdoctorsand several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So won derful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today 1 am cured of all my troubles Guar anteed atMcRooerts drugstore price 50c lot A BOYS Religion If a boy is a lover of the Lord Jesus Christ though he cant lead a prayer meeting or be a church officer or a preacher he can be a godlv boy in a boys way and in a boys place lie need not cease to be a boy because a Christian lIe ought to run jump climb and yell like a real boy But in all he ought to be free from vulgarity and profanity ought not to use tobacco in any form and should have a horror of intoxicating drinks He ought to be peaceable gentle merciful and generous lIe ought to discourage fighting lie ought to refuse to be a party of mis chief to persecution or deceit And above all things he ought to now and then show his colors He should not always be interrupting a game to say that he is a Christian but he ought not to be ashamed to say that he refuses to do something be cause he fears God or is he a Chris than He ought to take no part in tbe ridicule of others with a bold state ment that for thIngs of God he feels the deepest Saved by Dyiiumlti 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 T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake at nights Two physi cians could not help her so she took Dr Kings for Consump tion Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and la grippe At Mc Roberts drug store price 50c and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free 1m Hot Weather 1ile Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinking water contribute to the conditions which make Pifes more painful and danger ous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the name of E C DeWitt Co R E McRoberts lm The event of the season in Stanford musically and socially will be the at Waltons Opera House Friday evening May 12th Four of Stanfords best piacoists will play Traylor and Mrs Walter Denham will represent Mrs A B Rob ersons Elocution Class in Danville Miss Lillian Leavel will give a num ber and six Central University men will add mirth and melody to the Take yonr wife or best girl over and enjoy the Seats on sale at McRoberts Drug Store 35 cents It Our Boys We chaperone our girls and guard them against unworthy boys but we leave the boy to choose for himself his associates and his achievements Girls are naturally wisdome gentle companionable They win their way in homes and hearts But the boy noisy awkward mischievous is invited into few homes and feels none too much at home in his own About the only door that swings with sure welcome to the boy about the only chair that is shoved near the fire especially for the boy about the only place where he is sure of cordial where he ought not to go says the Milwaukee Journal It is one of the hardest things in the world to get hold of a boy to get a sure grip on him He is hungry for companionship and he will have it He wants the companionship of boys and nothing will take its place itthe crime of selilishness has so your heart that the joys and hopes of your boy can not enter into it the by is to be pitied but so are you withher and UI Ale reverencesSelected New Discovery entertainment occasion carefully greetingIs encased 4irbli taco his l blissfully e e MCOY R G GUYN JB WOODS W C FISH FRY R L ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS E D LWOODS L Land Stock Crops The Danville Advocate notes the sale of live thousand bales of timothy hay at per A Danville company sold to Louis vine parties 3000 bushels of millet seed at per bushel The Continental has purchased two million pounds of tobacco in Bourbon county at an average price of 8 cts Tire American Tobacco Co received at Maysville this season 5000000 lbs of tobacco for which the growers 440000 The Glasgow Times has discovered that tobacco farmers are firmly of the opinion that their neighbors should put out less tobacco this year The Cynthiana Democrat sizes up the situation In the following terse paragraph The more tobacco put out this spring the loss money next fall A Western mule raiser says two mules can be raised until three years old on the same feed as one steer The steer will be worth from 500 to 75the mules from 250 to 300 In many parts of Ohio potatoes are so plentiful that a market is hard to find for them Rather than accept twenty cents per bushel the prevail ing price in his tieighborhoodone purchased a big lot of shoats and is feeding his crop of over 3000 bushels with the most remarked results lIe uses a steamer and the hogs are thriv ing better on the cooked potatoes than if they were corn fed The Combination Shorthorn sale at Kansas City last week resulted in the disposal of ten bulls for 81345 an av of 8114 50 S females 81785 an average of 9017 and 23 head for a gen eralaverage of 810471 The top price was for a nine months old pure Scotch bull The sale was largely at tended and cattle as a rule brought what they were worth Some one has said that many farm ers wives are making more on the amount of money invested in hens than their husbands are making on an equal amount invested in land orstock We have no doubt this is trueand the hen ought to take higher rank among farm stock than she does Biddy is seldom mentioned among the the farmer and vet she may be able to purchase the clothing for wife and children and often does as much for more than that Give her a good clean and comfortable home and plenty of plain nutritious food and pure water and she will repay you a hundred fold and more A Iii Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns of Belle 1laine Minn 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 1m Her Future Assured She was one of five beautiful sisters and the young man didnt seem to be able to center his affections on any particular one of them Yes she said shyly I have been working in all day thinks its wonderful the way I have learned to cook I baked and pies to day and besides that got the dinner as it was the cooks day ort That is tint said the young man Miss Imogene he continued while she tried not to look expectant there is a question I want to ask you and on your reply will depend much of my future happiness And what is it she asked edging a trifle nearer to him If I should marry one of your sis ters will you make your home with Catarrhal Troubles Preval Spring Month Caime Catarrh lireulhe llyomcl and lie Cured Catarrhal troubles are more common at this season than at any other time of the year The sudden changes that come during the spring months are productive of many cases of catarrh that without proper treatment will become chronic The pleasantest most convenient and only scientific method for the treatment and cure of catarrh is Hy omei Simply put twenty drops in the little pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit and then breathe it for three minutes tour times a day The complete Hyomei outfit costs but one dollar and as the inhaler will last a lifetime and there is sullicient Hyomei for sveral weeks treatment it is the most economical catarrhal remedy known Extra bottles can be procured for fifty cents Ask R E Mc Roberts to show you the strong guarantee under which He sells Hyo mei 10 ton- 1 grower 235 assets of writes drugstore the kitchen Mam- ma bread usJudge eat e 9 received rage WC FishVice Prest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK 16ooooo SURPLUS 400000 E L Woods WG Kemper Cash I CAPITAL Prest III 1DIRECrORS Commenced Business July 19OI We solicit your age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Patron Our are Fully byCustomers Protected Fdelityand Casuality Insurance rg S1 Q f SEEDS I Durn Cane and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding MiHot9 y GASOLINE FOR SALE prompt attention Your bust ness appreciated i Banks Hudson Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have l JH Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands jjl Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness 0 Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points Pjrm Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS the MARKETS We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can jj buy them in Lancaster 1 ROMANS CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING H and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store I Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS fS Drug Store m ElMOREt IEg7Yr1 0Y0 0 EHJ0 0 I0 d r I iI I ON lu I Stol mes Jr D E3 E3 i Err lv E3 f3 rt EB Ei3 13 J Of course you want 1 The LATEST STYLES ill I MILLINERY we have the Swellest Line iu Central Kentucky i SALLIE D TILIKT KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Io s o o rt s d t Q QO QQO Q IIIFOR I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see me at the old Tobe Try my Cow Feed its better than Any class of Feed you may need Leavellstand andcheap ship tulL ONSUMPTION OLDS OUGNS and Price Free Trial 50c 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEa or MONEY BACK For Spring Brides Ife Hats that will please the new brides o f this j Spring can be purchased from our magnificent 0stock of Handsome Millinery IRemember we can please each and jfex every one as our stock is more com plete than ever be ffTjj fore and prices the lowest M Marvel Millinery Store iW Dickerson on Public Square j over Sweeneys Store Rooms O We are now listing farms and other property to advertise in catalogues and papers in other localities You will do well to see us at your earliest convenience if you want to sell your property Hughes Swinebroad tf The Overland Limited to Cnllfbrnat leaves Union Passenger Station Chica go 605 r M daily arrives at San Francisco the third day in time dinner Route Chicago Milwaukee Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line All ticket agents sell via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive of Cali fornia sent for six cents postage F A Miller Genral Passenger Agent Chic m JfjJJjglJ 10 JPIjJ I S o e i It j 0i 0Located 0 ffJ jJft D L I I for a I St Paul BroadwayNew ii 0 Q Q j f 4Si 1 In BUGGIES 1 i cJ w BAR NS t i BUGGY HARNESS MOUNT ELKiN IR v 1 Gossip About oplcP A Brief Mention of Comings and Goings Ly Those Viz Are Interested In Mr R E Hughes of Louisville was a visitor here Sunday Miss Pearl Bettis of Eexington has been visitii g relatives here Miss Margaret has been visiting relatives in Lexington Dr Simpson Elkin of Atlanta made a flying visit here the past week Mrs Alex Walker has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Indi ana Mrs J S Johnson and children left Tuesday mourning for Louisville to vis it relatives Mrs Kennedy who has been visiting lur daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to Lexington Mr Joe Elsener of Virginia has joined his wife and children fur a visit to MrsN Miller Miss Minnie Johnson left this week for Kansas City to attend the South erg Baptist Convention Mrs Jennie White of Richmond visited Misses Kate and Lillian Kin naird Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sam Haselden and baby have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mis Powell Duncan Miss Ludie Rothwell and Louclla Arnold spent lastSaturday and Sun day with Mrs Wonnie Jones at Dan villeMis B FSIavin and Mrs Jerry San didgc of Danville spent Tuesday with Mrs Ike Arnold on Danville Mrs Lewis Walker who has been spending the winter at Colorado Springs will return home the 18th of this month Miss Ada who has been quite ll was able to be moved Monday to her sisters Mrs Louis Brown of Nickolasvillc Miss Nannie Hare of Nicholasvilie is the guest of her sister Mrs McCell and Johnston Somerset II Pettus of Bryantsville who nas been visiting relatives in this city for a few days has returned home While sitting in a chair at her home on Danville street Miss Martha Til lett was stricken by paralysis Sunday afternoon about three oclock Dr Kinnaird was hastily summoned and sie was restored to consciousness in a short time but remains in a critical the lolll1in on avenue DickerfOn JournalR I t x t J condition Her entire right side was fleeted Stanford Interior Journal Mes dames Theo Currey Nannie Jennings Carrie Davidson and Hattie Romans of Lancaster spent Tuesday with Mrs W A Carson Mis Mildred Heazley of Lancaster is with her daughters here Sirs Pattie Engle man of Lancaster was with friends here Wednesday Mr J C Thompson and family and Mr and Mrs R L Jennings left Mon day for Los Angeles Cal where they will reside in the future Their friends are feeling sincerely regretful over the departure of one of Lancasters most popular families and all wish for them a successful time and rapid restoration to health and strength Athens Texas Review Miss Bettie Frances of Kentucky and Mr A K Lackey of Emma Texas were quiet ly married at 5 oclock this morning at the residence of Mr B G Kilgore Miss Francis who has been spending the winter with her cousin Mrs Kil gore has made many friends who wish her abundant happiness Mr Lackey a former Kentuckian has ex tensive interests in the Panhandle They left at once for Emma where they will reside Friends of Miss Theo Ullard Hemp hill have received invitations to the closing exercises of Chevy Chase Col lege Washington City which will be held in Banquet Hall Shoreliam evening the twentysecond Miss Ilemphill is one of the graduates and also takes a prominent part in the musical program Immediately after the close of the school Miss Ilemphill will leave for a visit to her uncle Jas Y Currey in New York and then re turn home She is a great favorite fn social circles in Kentucky her sweet gracious manners and kindness of heart having made friends of all who have had the pleasure of being in her company This column has received a special from Paragould Ark which will be interesting to many readers The marriage of Miss Mary D Yan J G Meiser which occurred last Wednesday at the country home of Mr and Mrs W A Yantis The wed ding took place in the presence of the families and a few special friends The groom is the youngest son of Eli Meis er President of the Bank of Com merce and a member of the linn of House Meiser in this city The bride has been reared and educated in Paragould and is one of the most beautiful and accomplished young la dies in the city She is the youngest daughter of Dr W A Yantis proprie tor of the City and is uni versally admired for her personal charms rare gifts and loveable and is especially noted for her rare musical accomplishments ts and r Drug Store disposition Monday 11 SOFT FINISH YARD WIDE 1 BLEACHED COTTON i is worth 7 c Come and get your share before it is all gone Have you seen our new line of Spot Mohairs Cotton Voiles White Shirtwaist ng They are pretty and uptodate See them before you buy We have a table full of women and childrens sUppers and shoes that are going CHEAP THE Logan Goods Co U f I K S 4 Y 5 4 5 1 M s Jj 3 a x 3 5 3 a S A 1 r0r0X10X i00 cotton S S J and- S t 10 Dry r l l g A I oooQ ooo oQOQQQroQ Q AT EI7-Q Q- Timis 0 1 Q r Q Q I Q Q Q Q Q r t Mr Isaac Montgomery sold a horse to John Shcrrow for 125 Mr Gipson Vanderpool visited near Burgin Saturday Mr Briny Dean visited relatives in Jessamine Saturday and Sunday Mr Samuel Morford bought wool from parties in this locality at 27c per poundThe remains of Mrs Lena Tudor were interred in Mt Hebron Cemetery Saturday afternoon Misses Beula Roberts and Clossia Bennett of Little Hickman were the guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Roberts last week Mr and wife of Lit tle Hickman spent the latter part of last week with their grand mother Mrs Margaret Stinnett Mr Job Miirsee bought 17 acres of land from Mr Harve Warren price 500 The latter has purchased a house and lot at McCreary and will make that his future home MAHKS1JUKY Born to the wife of Mr Willard a girl Mr M F Rout has been sick for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Fount Huffman have been visiting their daughter Mrs Smith Merton Rev Brisco who has been recently called as pastor tilled the pulpit Sun day morning and evening- F D Swope has been visiting rela tives here W D Marksbery of Mar cellus and Jlr Ben Swope of Bryants ville Mr John Rout has cleaned and sod ded a number of graves in the Ceme work is thorough and charg es reasonable If any one wants work done in this line Mr Rout will be glad to do it Rev Wm has returned home after a very pleasant visit to his friends While here he delivered two good sermons He says he is de lighted with his people at Smiths Grove and Piano the work is nicely at both places and he ex pects a great future for them 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 tirmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At McRoberts drug store 25c lin Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAUD CIUCUIT CounT J B Carter c Pills 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 1 will on MONDAY MAY 22ud 1905 county court day for Garrard county at the Court House door in Lancaster Ky at 10 oclock A jr sell to the highest and best bidder the following real estate in Garrard the property of the late F M Carter follows Third tract The third tract of land is the same deeded to F M Carter by James M Nave awl J A Nave of Jes samine County Said tract of land is bounded as the waters of Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky and Fall Lick beginning at a broken top Ahite oak near Cedar Lick about 6 or 8 poles on the cast side of a a corner to W W Cochrans heirs now CT Higginbotliam thence with same N 481 W 28 poles t a poplar in a corner to same and J B Carter thence with said Carter Campbells land N 74J E poles to a white oak in said line N 7 W 63 poles to a white oak west side of a drain just at foot of a hill N 2 E 52 to a young pine on east side of and near the big road thence along said road N 12 E poles to a white oak on east side of road old corner thence leaving road N 73 W Oli poles to a white oak stump old corner N 15 E25 poles to a chestnut oak on the point of a ridge N 54 E 34 poles on the north east side of aud near a drain S E 22 poles to a black oak on a narrow bench thence N 47 E 16 poles to a stake white oak and gum pointer N 5 W 34 poles to a stake N 40 14 poles chestnut oak stump N 13 E 40 and small hickory on northside of and near a drain on a hill side N 18 W 28 poles to a maple aid small chestnut on the south batik of a branch corner to W A Moberly thence with Mober ly not following exactly his calls S 71 E221 poles to a hickory maple and gum north side of a branch a white oak also marked S 771 E 22 poles to a stake chestnut oak and pine not found N 42 E 20 to a stake N 2 E 15 poles to a blazed white oak N 78 W 80 old marked line to a stake dogwood marked on the south cast 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 68 poles o a stake and white oak stump on of the big road N 12 W 58 poles to a young white oak on west side 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 6 to an ash S 27 E 112 poles to a stakeS 57 W 160 poles to a stake on hill side lacing southwest to a black poles to white oak and hickory on west side of antinear a small drain N 68 W 18 poles to a stake on the facing south a black oak oak pointers v GO poles to a stake on the chesnut flat saafra roisters S 29 E 14 poles to a stake 88 E 52 poles to stake on a hill aide facing popular and clack oak poln ters N crossing a hollow at 1 r stake on a lull side near the top of t hill facing south S 2 W hbl branch near and below mouth of i s i a 1ll1 UEUItON relatives Rogers teryhis Sta pings progress- Ing petition followsOn brands bottom 46 stumpcorner 6 18 56 W toa pOinterN west- sIde polesfrom chestnut 72 18 poles low to a on ti c y i 0 Jas Overstreet hillside S chestnutstake south side s x 4 drain corning in from the east side thence down branch S 481 22 pUllS on North side of branch a 45 w lOt poles to a poplar and young oak on said branch thence leaving branch S 16 E 26 poles to an ash S 59 w 94 poles to a stake on a narrow ridge old call two cut down 3 young hickories now marked S 88 E passing dividing ridge between Fall Lick and 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 und dogwood on west side of Cedar Lick branch corner to W W Cochran heirs now G T Hig ginbotham thence down said branch and with said branch and with said nigginbothain S 14 E 38 poles to a gum on south cast bank of branch young whiteoak and young hickory marked as pointers S 32 K 100 poles beginning containing 285 acre Tract No 4 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and described as follows Fourth Tract Deeded to Car ter by S AnnE Pigg and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake at the lirst fork of the Crane branch S 75 W 38 poles abuse Its mouth thence S 19 W 1GJ poles to a whiteoak thence S 481 E 181 poles to E 9 8 poles to a stake a corner also of Thomos D Hurst Jfc Son thence their line S 24 w 13 poles S 1 E 0 poles S 3Si 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 E 10 poles thence N 831 E 5 walnut a division corner and corner to Wm Lawson thence his line N 38 w G8 G 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 3 8 poles to its fork the beginning containing loj acres more orless All on the waters Tract No 5 mentioned in the pets and judgement and described as follows1 Fifth tract Known as the land deeded to F Al Carter by W P Rogers and Sarah M his wife Said tract is bounded as Beginning at a stake with white oak tors to be in line thence with a division line or lines of Thomas D and A L Huist 8 84 E G7 poles to two whileoakson a ridge thence S 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 8 poles to a stake thence N 541 W 7 2 poles to a cherry thence N 4Si W 181 poles to a large white oak N 19 E 16 poles to a stake at lower fork of Crane lowing general courses N 781 W 22 poles to a stake thence N 29J W 19 N 66 W 9 poles N 27 W L91 poles N 44 38 poles to a stake in with the same S 43 W 121 poles to the beginning containing 01 i acres cribed as follows Sixth Tract Deeded to F M Car ter by A II Soard and Elizabeth Soard his wife Bounded as follows Begin ning 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 7G poles to a stake on Easleys line thence with same to the becinning containing 51i acres cribed as follows Eleventh Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky it being part of the laud deeded by P Rogers and wife to ThoniiiS Hurst and Alex ander S by deed of date of 12th of and by Thomas Hurst c to F M Carter by deed dated Feb ruary 9th 1882 recorded in deed book 5 page 303 Garrard clerks otlice and beginning at a stake in the second from a maple pointer then by said Iluist deed N 55 167G poles to a pine in the point of a nob said to be in line then with same N 45 E 121 poles to a stake said to be in said line and corner to W P 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 201 poles to a pine thence N 89 E 951 poles to a stake on west bank of Wolf pen branch corner also to 3 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 6 poles to a stake thence S 381 E 8 poles to a stake thence S 29 E 7 poles to a stake S 19 W G poles to a stake S 16 E 4 poles to a stake S42E 2 7 poles to a stone in west bank of branch 5J poles from a stake corner in the middle of Copper Creek at mouth of said branch corner in the outside line of Hurst then anew line W 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 as follows Twelveth Tract Lying in Garrard County Ky on the waters of White Lick creek and bounded as follows to wit Beginning ata corner of Morde cai Ballard thence a straight line to corner of Jerry Pitts thence with the line of said Pitts and Berry line and McCormack to the of the hill at crossroads at the head of the mourn lug hollow thenci with the road around to the Boiler hill including all the land that the vendor J M Nave had on the the ridge and containing 88 acres 3 roods and 39 pops being the same land conveyed M Carter by deed dated December 9th 1897 The money to be realized from the sale of said land up to day of sale is including Interest to that day 238120 and 214 51 costs TERMS Time sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the for the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6per cent from day of sale until paid having tbefbrce and effect of a judg which execution may issue ICbondsTTre not paid at maturity property spld until the cult Court w chestnut oaks E 6 F M W and penbranch polesS 3 polesNpolesN CountyKy Ro ers MaryACon ways pules to a pine 8U E 95t upCranepoles thence W pointers petition ata petitionTractOn W 11 urst OctoberJ8iJ C unlY polesfromN 5 EJ links W Con ways S 5H described side of by by F Int rest talned Il has r BQrHWELL lI arra t f ti f chestnut lathe Pigg Lion follows Hurst 39E201 N west J M Nave the purchaser Alien M v gv ktq k Je AINTS 0- f i of all kinds for all A Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 2oc etc Wo save you money 4 7tf 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 tf 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 caper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed For sale CHEAP 75 bbls Flour Mill in good condition If interested write W E 3t Williamsburg Ky We want your Paint and Varnish business we will give you letter value for less money than anybcjdyin Lan caster Frisbies Drug 4t We are enlarging our ware room and getting stock of vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Coal and salt For sale Best Teilico Coals on hand at our given to all orders Salt on hand for sale Your patronage solicited 3 31 Jones Patterson Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in lowers receives weekly shipments of roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing 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 ScmvKOEL 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 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 madefor your orders CentralIty tore have SeeWrite or I ancaster and v nsure property against Fire Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Countyman every time Residence Phone 132 Ouice Phone 40 your W PhoneD NEBVIIIS- at i mil ill s orms Y I v l 1- h PURPOSES We guarantee to give you a better lessthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I I F rNT for ONE I e rrarvwnrrba r ar rwvWrar rd r Business and Bargains Ward pays cash for eggs 2t Nice Tomato plants for safe Mrs Emma Grant John Magee has a nice gro ceries give him a trial tf Ice cream freezers at gro cery John Magee has a new roofing called Never Wett guaranteed to not leak it is durable try it tt Lost Monday in Lancaster watch charm bearing initials D D G Re turn to this otlice and receive reward John Magee for rough and dressed lumber Sash etc at the Robt Stone stands tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf NeverWett rooting is 100 per square why pay 200 whenNeverWett will give you better results fur sale by John Magee tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Lathes Home Journal 10 21tf Tobacco Plants Bed of tobacco plants for sale 2t W E Moss Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell Wards grocery is headquarters for country produce 2t Window frames Mouldings finishing lumber poarch columns Brackets Block ect at John Magees All kind of bulk slower seeds at Currjey Davidsons tf Cabbage Cellery Sweet Potatoes enough for the county lIen ry Mauls seed Philadelphia tf Joseph Faulconer Ward has a new and different line of Glass ware on his ten cent counter FOP Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney A new and handsome line of 12 piece chamber sets at Wards Bargains A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on W T West at Post Office 3f Plants Plants Nice Tomato and Sweet Potato plants for sale tf Mrs George Smith Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stonnes Drug Store 210tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drugstore 210 Come to see us for your We guarantee it for live yearsy U Frisbies Drug Store Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices 47tf Romans Elmore Gold spectacles in Lancaster last Saturday Leave at this otlice and act reward It House Paints Roof Painbn Barn Frisbies Drug 4t We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get or prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore We can supply your every ir the paint line at the lowest pr s 4t Frisbies Store For Sale Lime Portland and BlacK Diamond Cement and best Kanaws Salt U B Northcott 414 Notice to Teachers for white teachers will be held in Lancaster Ky at my other on Friday Saturday May 19th ant 20th and examination for colorer teachers will be hell at the same plan May 26th and 27th E L Homeseekers Excursion to Michigar- via Queen 8c Crescent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and Ma 2nd and 16th 1905 at greatly reducer rates to AuSablo Beaverton Brand Brethren Cadillao Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and S Relens Tickets are limited 15 day from the date of sale Ask Agent for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rine arson G PA Cincinnati Ohio tf When eer feel impending ill need a magiclittle pill TS6 other one will fill the bill DeWitts Little Early Risers The famous Early Rlser fure Constipation Sick Headache Bileiousness etc They never grip or sicken but impart early rising en ergy Good for either children o adults J C P Tones Chief Burgess Milesburg Borough Pa says I nev er used pills in my during tlu forty years of housekeeping tb it such satisfactory results as DeWitt Early Risers line If Ward 2t f Go to Doorand Tomatoes See them 2t 2t For Rent 512 Lost Paints each the very Its kind made w rlt I Dru Examln tin and WalkerCo Little Pills sold byRE Roberts order i Iuors p itt best tore Like family gave Little elm For Sale seed Oats Call on J C Hemphill or Gabe at Stone Ky 310tf Measures for clothing are taken in an apartment separated from Dry department- tf Joseph Hughes Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest 4 14 tf II B Northcott If it does we will give you paint to re paint it free of charter 4t 210tf 4t J B Walker Richmond Ky tf Joseph Faulconer For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 11 B Northcott Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the best 715 tf J T Williams Sons to sell Get our price on this We cheap47tfClock and Jewelry Repairing store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price fur same lie has a fine line of 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 sellingSacks peelchalk Drug Store ofhouse 100000bs plantsnow Vanderpoolblock carload andjewelry satisfaction bestfresh Harris Preston S s Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right i 9 Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store I You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit i Lawe Uros High Standard Paints High Grade Var nishcs Stains Painters Supplies Pine Stationary J DANVILLE KENTUCKY You to a BAKER for BREAD Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros GIBBONS go for MAY 11111flifliflfflllllf11IIillflifl1111fllllifllU111fl1fl11 ii1111111111G 111111II11Il11111111111111UI111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111 Jesse DJearen Insurance Agent 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 Tornados None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and possl ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Hotel theTowest Gaines u i lI CONSUMPTIONS WARNING 6 I i Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms DR O G GREEN aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs noted by anyone of average no disease that so of its approach as consumption serious can so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschees German which is made to cure consumption Syrup should be taken when warnings are in the that wont quit the congestion of the bronchial tubes the of the ac companied by frequent expectoration qnut no matter even if dread consumption has your lungs German Syrup effect a it has in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble bottles 25C Regular 75C At all druggists For ale by It E IWcIIoberm STONE Uncle Moaten Cob is very low with dropsyMrs Payne who has been ver sick is better Lira Cobb bought of Dee Turner a work horse for 30 F N Folger bought of Clay Fowler a nice harness mare price Sanders and wife visited Mrs Taylor in Madison last Sunday Miss Ina Gullcy visited Misses and Lula Crutchiield Sunday Mrs Lynn Cobb and Miss Duskey East visited their aunt Miss Emma Posey who is very Mr Brack Grow and wife visited sister Mrs J II Roberts at Little Hick I are affected The first can be intelligence known gives andno the stages that Germaa alreadyattacked cureas ew size a 142 C S label lie symptoms I sick- erii All of the work is vis ible It is easy to oper ate rapid and durable It will do any work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue UndenvoodTypewriterCo Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky 2 TIe X X V Ii First Grand Prize St Worlds Fair 9 CX LiUiS OOOOOO OOOOO4O LEWIS Y LEAVELL President I ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold j b I 1 Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc is perfectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup R E McRoberts Im That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky 5 I Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up Our exports to Japan and China multiplied during last year There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far EastBig opportunities for the man who lives there not look the Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return i 2 3 9 10 I 1 12 13 29 30 31 June i August 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 and 14 1905 good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa and other points California 7 Through train serviGe from Union Passenger via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line UnionPassengerat 1025 p m The California Express carries touristT carrythrough fieldover I I J in Completeinformation sent free on receipt of coupon with blank filledW S HOWELL Qenl Eastern Agent 381 Broadway NEW YORK CITY or p A MILLER OeDeral Passenger Agent CHICAGO C S Sanacrs has his new store room completed and will handle a line of wall paper furniture and readymade clothes See Mr Sanders before buy ing elsewhere as he can save you mon PKEAC1LEUSV1LLB Mr Sam Carpenter bought a mare for B L Lunccford bought a mule from J P Rogers for 60 W H Cummins bought a horse from G L Lawson for 60 J M Cress was in Eockcastle county last week buying hogs Mr Tlios Brogans of Knox ccunty was here the first of this week on bus iness Mr wife were vis lung relatives in Garrard county last week Mrs J II greatly health and is able to do her work now Mr Meadows of Wilaiore who is a brother to Mrs Alfred Owens will move here soon James P Rogers bought a span of nice two yearold mare mules from Mrs Virgie Traylor has not been for the last few days as she has been for some time Mrs J B and J L Hutchins and Mr and Mrs Henry Miller spent Sunday with Mr Sol Rigsby and wife Mrs F F Cummins and daughter Miss Allie May were visiting Mr J F Cummins and wife in Stanford last week Rev It F Jortlon Samp Cummins and R D Pettus attended the meeting of the Fellows at Crab Orchard Friday night Mr John Longworth of Knox coun ty has traded his farm to Mr Ward or Flatwood for his farm paying Mr Ward difference I j c list ey 65 lIke Kennedy amI Risgby has improved in Gooch for Odd 500 I luau wetk Mr 150- aS- well x oo UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood OOOOCOO ooooOOoc I I I I tymptons That Invite Germs Little Ailments that Should Be Looked After if One Wants to Keep Well h 1 I Anyone who has any of the many symptoms caused by poor digestion should take special care to avoid con ditions where disease germs are likely to be present Any of the following symptoms arc good evidence of stomach troubles Acidity Spitting up of food Colic Heaviness at stomucli sweats Headache Loan of flesh Heartburn ediineiit ii urine NauseaGripes Coated toiitftio Sour taste in the month niArrliociiNervusness Sick headache or dizziness Drowsiness Name j 04r n ss f 7 City State Probable destinatio CALIFORNIA I t ml44c Street addre These little ailments which indi cate a weak stomach and imperfect digestion should be looked after by the use of Miona if one wants to keep well A tablet of this remark able remedy taken before each meal will so strengthen the stomach and digestive organs that natural weight will to restored and perfect health and strength regained Ask R E McRoberts to show you the Miona guarantee The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5O000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOUN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier 0 JF Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper Q DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 80 O O O O 0 0000 00 000 I493 o 8 o f 0 o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O OO i J J WALKEK Vice Prest Chester Will make the season of 100 pn farm onemile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye andLancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up and all right A lien retained until season money is raid due when time mare Isor bred to other stock Guru taken toprevent accidents limit not responsible shouldany occur Chester 8 years old 1C hands a dark chestnut sonel He is thehighest of finish plenty of butperfectly kind and harnessa model iu form that won characteristic of the family which the world acknowledges as sup erior to all ns a show has gree sired by the famous Chesterdare No 10 X S II R he 5S tie by Eagle 74he King William C7 he ton Denmark Cl he James Denmark 61 andhe by race horse Denmark F S by ImportedHedgeford Chester Squirrels dam graph and known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all toone of the greatest brogd mares Kentucky Finejack- at the same time and place I will stand my bigyoung Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr nt 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for JennetJohn Morgan Jr was sired by Johnby and Is out of an imported John Morgan Jr out of bvBlackburn he by 3rd Prince he by 2ndhe by 1st dam Daisy she Irvin Dixie by Nellie by Lord 3rd damImporter Is 15K hands high solid Is a I breederand his colts brought from S5 to 90 at theteat last fall T O HILL BUCKEYE KY e in nil Squirrel 111 I rlerfnl stle sellIngbl ermouut I I I ng j lid b as pror DIms k e riuce ixIe 1 i codo DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT100 bottle contains 2X tfmtsthe trial size which sells far 50 PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY C Be COMPANY r DYSPEPSIA CURE The coats DeWITT CHICAGO ILL S o- rE Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster iCy DORSEY GOLDUST 12055 Full Brother to Estelle 21J 11 Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4100 by Uolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zilcadi an Imp stal lionDorsey Golddusts darn i Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him an in bred Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on sides the best family of road horses known Dorsey Uolddust is a dark bay black points full 10 hands weighs 120U Ills A 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 1102 03 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 alTered for less than horse of his producing quality in Ken tacky Will stand at my farm 2 miles from Stanford Ky on pike at 20 to Insure a living Colt Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept best of careful handling given F REID Stanford or Danville Washington 54 The greatest and highest type Saddle that ever made a season In Gorrard Investigate for enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses In Ken Lucky All horses in his class are standing for from 10 to X Hut In order to put him In reach of all desiring the services of such a horse that I have decided to stand him at The Low Price of 15 to insure a living colt or 10 cash for the sea suit money to be paid at time of service If m re U traded or parted with season mooch is dae Grass furnished utfJ per month or grain fed nt fS Not responsible for accidents or es but care taken to grevetit same Description and Icdigroo sire of Preston 922 the notedshow horse Washington is 15K hands finely formedin i with u little white on both hirnlfeet has a line mime and tail and Is II naturalsaddle horse Sired Cromwell I by Ol d Washington Denmark 64 by Gains GI und hj by the old race horse Denmark Cromwell old John Dillard 2nddam by Grey Eagle first dam by Halcorn 103 2nddam by Crusader rd by Thedam of was the damn of Nutters line show mare I consider this one of the finest saddlehorses iu Ills family on both sidesliave produced the best saddle stock in the State J W SWEENEY Lancaster Ky Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine 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 he was in this ollice we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had a can cer druggist reccommended Ko dol and he says It cured him lIe rec ommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat and cures all 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 ext StS I I responsibility Stallion county self I I capes Wnshlnton the II IIY Cock lur Keutuk testimonials to day His stomach IYal Ilustonvillie your is lstdani Itot SSx9 3xSx 3 3xs5 Electrician 5007 I- Race Record 224 14Sire of Midi 211 Electrlmout Gretchen 22 vPrince U 2i3M Ieta 223 own brother to Grateful 227 5 iulist Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands f high Standard Reg He is by Electioneer Ii sire of 166 dams of 12 he by X10 sire of 40 diane of 118 he by Abdullah I Xilreof damsof 7 Kent mare lOre Xtrlcians 1st dana Kebeecadaui olBernal 217 Kexford 2n4 XAriauaJ20 Knsseuole 2 0 etc Rebecca by Gen lionton 17Vi X 21damsofr S Jim Scott 3K sire of 2 Lady lien Xton by Grays Hambeltnnfan 10 Second dam damof Hell Idella 2 M and Chimes Bell sire of Van Zdt20tt she by Star Third dam Kmma Mills Xdam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 Electrician Is a royalbred horse fine style and action wwith great a that posses great speed nail 4gameness although his record is 2 4 repeatedlyshowed 215 A number of his get has roadster from 300 to 1500 As most of his coltsare beauties with fine action style and size I can recommend Thim as a great stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and same Xas Clay King at the fee of PIRTEEIV DOLLARS X Clay King 2964 I RECORD 227 34 ISire of Dick Wilson 2ftS The King Malice Tom 1halr 217 Nellie Bruce 21SJ Clay 2 IJ4 M The Guard 2 The 2 rJii Justin M 2 Dorado l eight others with records of betterthan 30 all trotters but Wilson pacer By King Clay X Sire of Miss LIOa210 Marble 2U Claymore 2I7r22J4 2r2Sl Queen fl dam Amy 22014 by Volunteer K Dam of Clay King 227Ji and granddam of Maid Sire of St Julian X211 14 St Patrick Kt othere sous have sired 175 andlaughters Intro produced Dick 2I2U Strougwood 312 21414 etc X 2 dam Belle Brandon by 10 Dam of Amy Wilmar 229 11 of2 and Sire of George Wilkes ElectioneerHappy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny by Young Bacchus JKing Clay King Is a son of Harry Clay45 Modesty 32CJJ by Wodder IIi 2 dam f dam of by American Star 14 U dam by Km Xmous Dnroc Ss King with kind of attid opportunities woulds today be the first fight of successful is begun and there is not athe Blue Grass Sinte who does not regard him as ya wonderful sire of early and speed man atthe Lexington seen his get accomplish what liaanever been done produce of any theyseen his yearling step quarters second nd thenfor they have seen his older reprcsentathe as much and genuine race horse Qqualities as those of any sire ever quartered Iu Kentucky wlirmake the season of 19tt at the feed and Xsale stable of W B Burton In Lancaster at the how price of XTWKLVE J FIFTY CENTS Ato Insure allying colt A lien retained upon the foal lose fcure the the en on be taken toprevent accidents to care but should 4an jrioccur we wllluot be regppdIble for the geme Q 5 X x if A 4w 4 X 5 x X A X I of r 2j i i AlI llIlIah I lnoe C 2i 11G 2i all 591 KIi1 brlno 220 voe Clay 22J etc 4 220 II GOI hire of sire of J ry stud extr me r sell show LltS P f t t S r i f 2 1- Ii a sire of lie hikes itil EoladltJ I 111 2203 IS Vtlciair 2 horseman In have I S and ll rare stock iiitriis6d to our w B Burton ra s 3 nu Paragon 229H Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam On Ida 2 i7 by Florida of Grace Bond 2t9Jj 2nd dam Hum Hamhrlnu MO damof Hawthorne 2 iifili Kd Winter 313i etc dam Wally Ashland 47 1th damn by Muinbriiio liriltonMb dam Kit Sir Walter Jar Bird VWl sire of Hawthorne 2 Bird 210 Invader i10 ndone hundred others hy George Wilts lt tanLady Frank by Star 5Si Paragon s a very handsome individual of size and style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Jay Biril is out nftne greatest sires and that his blood breeds on is shown by the feet that his sons have sired over 2SO stnndnnl erform rs Including UieiiiKliiittB Susie J Jay 207 Hade 2i 7 4 andmany other 210 performer while lnnnoirhull OtaIda 2i7 is tim grand inn of inure Bond SiO time greatest racing yearol l tintrotting turf 1ms ever seen and lilt second dam lady Ham Is the dam of Hawthorne Kil Winter 2127 etc You will from tin above that Paragon is one of best lircd horses and there is no reason why lie should not become one of Jay Birds greatest sons record is no measure of as he could trot it 215 or helter Should IMrn gou fall to get you a trotter he Is a hore of such fine size uction style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high road and carriage cannot be produced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon proved himself last year to be a Sure Foal Getter He will make tIme season of lXX at my stable three miles north of Buckeye oil Buckeye and Lancaster pike at Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents to Insure a living colt sound nnd all right A lien on colt to secure service fee Season due if mare is ed with or bred to other stock Care talcum to prevent accidents lint not responsible should any occur Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky Sheriffs FOR TflXES Monday May 22 1905 Being the first day of the May Term of the j Garrard County Court I will neUveen tie c Ck A Maud oclock M In the Court lions door in Lancaster Ky sell at Public out err to the highest and best bidder f r cash in hand the following lists cr so much as will pay Taxes 1901 cost and penult As rust as payments lire made the names will disappear The amount set each name Includes Taxes f percent Pen ally and Cost of Advertising owing by each of delinquents j LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT NO 1 Percell Susan 77 acres 10 21 philips Jim 14 acrts 415 Simpson J L4Si acres 2495 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT NO I Adams Pete 1 town lot Bell Win 1 town lot Burdett Bob 7 acre j Fish Boyce 1 acre HIatt Seymour 1 town lot Hudgens Mary lot 3 Jennings Louis 1 town lot ft 00 Leavell George I town lot 4 Ki Mandy 2 ss Miller Jim 1 town lot 5 Miller Alex 2 town lots SOT MyersJessel town lot 520 Robinson Harve 1 town lot Salter heirs 1 town lot SCO Taylor Lucy 1 town lot I IS Ware Joe 1 town lot BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT NO 2 Ball John 50 acres 00 Brown Mary C 5 acres 310 Easley Willie 2 ncre 64 Preston Mrs Susie Ifi acres C SO Sherrow Mrs Sallie 1 acre 290 Woods Rich 2 acres COLORED DISTRICT XO 2 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre Cegar Wm 1 acre 405 Cochran Frank 4 acres Cochran Henry 8 acres 4 ia David John 1 acre 430 Dunn Tom 1 acre 443 Dunn Louis 1 acree 170 Embry Henry 2 acres 4 SO Graves Mat 1 acre 315 Jackson Harry 1 acre 3 SO Kennedy Peter I acre 4 Iii Leavell Louis 1 acre Roach Lucy 3 acres 3 PO Smith Ben 1 acre 415 Simpson acres T CO Smith John 4 acres 4 5T Jane Ji acre Withers Geo I acre 4 05 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT NO 3 Kelley Sam 1 acre Mnrphey acres 435 Powers Mary B 151 acres 48 Ray MkeSJ acres r M Simpson J L 1 acre 6 JO BlCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No 3 Kennedy Mary 1 acre 245 PAINT TICK WHITE DISTRICT No I Bird Green 5 acres 4 Id Bird Mack 40 acres 570 Carpenter Dave Hrs50acrcs 310 Davis L 118 acres Dicks Charley 100 acres 575 Hilcomb John acres 520 Isaacs Simon GO acres 272 McCullnm Hrs 40 acres 250 Ralston W H 1 nero 8 K Woolwlne B V SO acres Yater Lucindo 1 acre PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO l Addisou Henry 1 acre TOO Mllo I aero 370 John CO acre Faulkner Ethic 12 acre Faulkner Irvin 5 Fox Pat 2 acres r 415 Hawkins heirs l acre 390 Kennedy Ed 3 acres 443 Mlller Almlra 1 acre itRoyston Katie 40 acjea 7 31 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County having claims against the estate J 8 Robinson decd will present them properly verified to his executors forpayment exe as soon as convenient Mrs Ann W Robinson J C Robinson Executors r fj 4w 1 or 3 10 GSO 4 n 410 r 10 4 15 2 40 1 ilfi cno 4 5 4 13 4 40 J 1 42 grandam I t Alt ton W Jllrl I 2Ik ec till hi ON hour I I front or opposite 1Ii 1 town Ic Roberts Win ii Cook NOTICE All persons Robinson I I BIt Tam Chm cut rd a e cOregor I 4d Ills orses t Sal ma 1 YANTSVItLE Geol mamce 7i acres fs I hnr t E E j st I L M ar to f j j w Many pcoplf who are neglecting symptons of n c y trouble it v away arc drifting Hri hts iJisease which is kiiny trouble in one of its worst strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the so they will perform their functions properly Healthy strain out the impurities from the blood as it through them Diseased j do not and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight in a few days and a fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system How to Find Out You can easily determine if your are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the passed upon arising If upon examination it cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your are diseased ami FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should ba taken at once G B Curhans Testifies Alter Four Years o n Burhass of Carlisle teeter N Y writes About four yours a I wrote vou statin thuS hat been entirely ruivd of n sovere kidney trouble takntt less than twnlmttlcsofFofcjra Kidney no It cniin y stotifl brick ilustspdininlaml pain irl syTri iimsofki ln rdisease rtisappiared 1 urn sal to say that I have never hal a return r any of symp toms during tljo fur years that have elaiised and I evidently curea stay rund and heartily reronnncnd K idney Cure to any one suffering fn m kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes SOn and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC cS JE Stormes CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2102 By Chester Dare No 10 dam Nancy 2847 by On Time 74 Bay horse lui bands lnjrh foaled May 1K2 size carries good tail and is 11 great fronted horse Goes the five gaits and proved to be a show horse last year as a 2 yearold Will serve twenty five approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS insure a living colt Mares kept nt three Collars a month et own re ponsiblf for accidents lintcareful personal attrition given to all sto k sent to our place W W and J E Higginbotham Marcellus Ky Highland Stock I offer this season the service of BLACKBURN This combined harness and saddle Stal lion will make the present season atStock Farm Buckeye 10 to Insure n IJving colt which is less than any hnrse of hisbreeding is standing for in the county IJKSCKIITIOX AND Blackburn is 5 years old 10 hands high and solid black Was sired by Senator Blackburn by Dillard by JohnDillard by Indian Chief by Imported Chief the premium horses of their day dam was by by Administrator Risdyks Hunbletonian 2nd dam Denmark by old Denmark by Imp Hedgeford Senator dam was by Bentons Diomede 2nd dam by thoroughbred Graftoniansdaisi Delia MillionsCopper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp thedam of by Grey Eagle 3rd dam oy Masons Whip 4thdam by Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums at is Sharps burg IIus tonvllle Chicago and wherever he was shown He was the best combined stallion in the United States His colts took premiums Many of Ms coltswere never beaten One colt was sold for 1800 and Senator Blackburn was sold for 81500 and he Is living and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill is a black Jack withwhite points and is one of time finest Individuals in the country Re is an extra heavy boned good feet andbody with square hips and is a firstclass mule Jack Some of his coltssold last year for lie is 5 years old and will make the season at the care but will not be responsible foraccidents should any occur Lein re tained according to law Money duecases when mares are partedwith or bred to another horse or business on Sunday Phone atresidence No 187 A C MILES Buckeye K y IRi HPi1i r kid wlI far t 1 m CEUri1 kidneys kidneys s e s kidncs taking disorder kidneys I b the those t F required ers risk Farm the at ll uwlaJ G by l t t Grafton Germantown eattyville shown to lay 5 coltGrazing all No i i lo II- sEAi wrds OLESff ps a s ito styled I1ighlnd y Golcimu pimiim V I