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TLaR TS- ZXTLJTJi Never Miss 1 the WATER Iii 1 Well Runs Dry Is the title of an old familiar song You had better guard missing the water by having us Fix Vour Guttering 79 or make assurance doubly sure by having Sj- E us install a system of j- S Water Works i Hoselden We are agents for DH Baldwin Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have In stock and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Ucazley Co Undertaker tttii VlW fI You I I I I1 i j I JR I I I J I I ABeazley against I w vrti Jo 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 Vim llvrndon G B S Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Ollice over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Ircmpt attention to business I G CHRIS FARIS I 4 r whlt ron I L R I a LJ A a 1 t J 1 i I t Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville st l6 f tt- t To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137708 of Home InsuranceCo of New York Jesse D Wcaren Agent Ky I am prepared to recom mend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settle ments of losses there is none better and 1 dare say few as good They do 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 For further particulars in re gard to Mutual or Assessment address me M Green Murphy i J Stanford com Companies Kingsvllle Ky t panics j LANCASTER ICY FRIDAY MAY 2G 1905 THE CENTRAL RECORD I loco Notes Only a few weeks until 1805 will be half gone The farmers are all very busy conse iquently the crowd in town Monday was not large The small boy is happy School let out Friday lie is now ready for the sore toe and tiishing pole Notice All Knights of Pythias are to be present Friday II Kinnaird C C We trust that those people who try to think they can rot get what they want in Lancaster will study the car toon in this issue Millard About Well F Rout who has been under the weather most all winter has about recovered much to the gratifica tion ot his host of friends Only 150 round trip to Cincinnati next Sunday Trains leave Lancaster at live oclock a m Remember these trains run into and depart from the Fourthstreet station and not Grand Central A double header passenger train passed up to Richmond Tuesday with Hags flying and bands play ing It was laden with Louisville Lebanon and other Knights Templar enroate to the Richmond Conclave The L and N contemplates making some exsensive improvements at the Lancaster depot The present are not at all adequate or safe and unless some change is made someone will be killed by the cars Why dont you write another snake lie while you are crippled and housed the editor was asked by a subscriber last Monday We replied that a man who had suffered as we were needs be asking forgiveness for past sins instead of committing more Every Friday Fox the photographer is here every Friday and is thoroughly prepared to make the very best pictures The weather is pleasant now so why not have your photos made before the heated term Handsome Work The illustrated supplement to the Danville is a thing of beauty and reflects great credit upon the hustling publishers The halftone illustrations are especially fine and are another proof that the artist Mr E II Fox is one of the best in the land TO Be Buried Today The remains of Rev R R West whose death occurred in Panama ar rived last night over the L and X and will be buried this Thursday in the Lancaster Cemetery A telegram received Tuesday tine Masonic lodge to conduct the services and the burial will be in charge of this order A Fine Sermon The sermon preached to the gradu ating class Sunday night was pro nounced one of the best ever deliver ed in Lancaster It was by J Taylor president of Georgetown Col lege and was heard by as many of our people as could crowd into the Presby terian church The room was tastily decorated for the occasion Caused Excitement A fr jght wreck occurred near Stan ford Saturday and some wag with a thimblefull of brains started the report that a passenger train was badly wrecked and fifteen people kill ed As several Lancaster people were known to be on the train consideiable excitement and anxiety was caused It is indeed remarkable how many mouths put into the world with no brains to control them- A Narrow Escape Judge R A Burnside had a very nar row escape from being killed in the mountains last Saturday lIe is in the Internal Revenue service and while riding horseback near London stirrup broke and threw him to the ground He has never had any use of his right arm since he was wounded while county judge so was unable to foot from the other stirrup and was dragged by the frightened horse almost a hundred yards lie was bad ly bruised and also kicked in the side Members of the posse of Revenue men say it was the most narrow escape they ever saw A Word of Warning Those is charge of large gatherings in the churches and court house should put a stop to the practice of placing extra chairs in the aisles and passways While it is convenient for those who come late yet it places the lives of the people in very great danger in case of lire or excitement of any kind In case the audience is forc ed to leave the building hurriedly these loose chairs would cause many broken limbs and posible loss of life Each church and the court house should be provided with as many benches as are convienient and when full no more people should be allowed to enter In the cities there is a law on the subject and it is ridgidly en forced Remember this as It may pre vent trouble and the next time people want to flop down In the passway re quire them to locate In the horse lot I requested night- J Millard arrangements Dr J about are freehis I Mr afternoon News afternoon was requesting Born to the wife of Mr Bascom Brown a son The youngster weighed three pounds but the happy family hope to set him grow intoasix footer Mr II P Rogers and Miss Mary E llaney of Buckeye were married in the clerks otlice Tuesday by Eld F M Tinder Eld F M Tinders subject for next Sunday morning is Right and Wrong Motives the night subject being A Located Sinner The ladles of the Fairview Christian church are requested to meet at the church Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock for the purpose of reorganiz ing a Ladies Aid Society Everyone requested to be present Honor Worthily Placed At the meeting of the State Chris tian Endeavor Union held in Lexing ton last week Eld F M Tinder of this city was chosen president This honor is truly richly deserved as there is no more able conscientious and hardworking Christian gentlemen in the ministry Next years meeting will be held with the Licking Valley Union composed of the societies in Covington Newport Dayton etc A Very Sad Death The deepest sympathy of our people goes out to Mr and Mrs Kirk on the death of their son Walter who passed away Friday after a lingering illness He was a good boy and beloved by all who knew him lie bore his sufferings in a manly way and was ready to meet his Maker Rev C S Eliis conducted the funeral the burial taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery Graduating Exercises The graduating exercises of the Graded Schools were held in the church Tuesday evening and were witnessed and enjoyed by an audience The following young ladies and gentlemen constitute the class Misses Annell Tomlinson Kinnaird Angie Kinnaird Jessie Doty Messrs Frazier Hurt Adolph Joseph and Charles Zanone The church was beautifully decorated with palms The opening prayer was made by Rev C F Oney the benedic tion by Ed F M Tinder The diplo mas were presented oy lion E V Pur year who made some timely remarks in connection therewith This brought to a close the 1004 5 session of the Graded Schools one of the most it has ever enjoyed Prof Mannix Re Elected As stated in last issue Prol Mannix was reelected as principal of the Graded School for another year This place is one of greatest importance and requires a good judgement The school has never passed through a more satisfactory year nor one with fewer misunderstandings with parents To conduct the institution for an entire term without some friction with and teachers is an absolute im teachers Prof Mannix has doubtless made some mistakes but where is the man who makes none Time other teachers Misses Nannie Oakley Eliza Smith Amanda Anderson Olivia Sweeney Emma Washburn and Mrs Belle Burnside have given isfaction to all concerned and their was a wise move Lancaster Boy Valedictorian A Lancaster boy Mr Waller Hudson is valedictorian at the famous old Centre College now Central Unit versity this year and his many friends are delighted at his great The Danville papers speak in highest terms of Mr Hudsons ability and energy and congratulate him up on winning the honors over so large a class of fine students Mr Hudson is Christian Marguerite successful manychIldren perfectsat reelection success fourteen yearold services immense parents a son of Mr and Mrs B F Hudson of this city and is popular among not only the younger society but with the older people as well In addition tohishard study Mr Hudson has till ed the position of instructor in and been prominently with the outdoor sports of the in stitution He has been a student at the University for several years and those familiar with his diligent work have long predicted that he would first honors The Record joins Lancaster friends in extending heartiest congratulations to the young man and unites in the hope that his journey through the business world will prove equally as successful very connected athletics receive his Editor Landrams Condition For the fourth consecutive week the editor is forced to beg the pardon of The Records subscribers for short comings in the news columns of the paper We have been unable to do any work during that time being compelled to remain quiet and in our room Although suffering pain yet the many kind words am attentions extended by our friends have broughtuntold happiness cheer to our present gloomy situation Hope is a good article to have around the house however and we think Dr Kinnaird will have us patched ready for business in a few days Will Close at Seven The dry goods and clothing stores have very wisely decided to close their establishments at seven oclock each evening except Saturday Tills is a very wise move as very little business is transacted after that hour and it gives the clerks who go to work at 6 and 7 in the morning a chance to get a little rest and a breath of fresh air We know of no more confining vocation than that of clerk in a country store and they are certainly deserving of some recreation Now you people who have all day in which to make your purchases go to the stores during business hours and thus show that you believe in the live and let live motto Artistic Music The Lancaster people have never enjoyed a greater treat than was af forded by the music at the exercises in the Christian church Tuesday evening Miss Lena M of Nicholasville kindly consent ed to play and the following selec tions were given in a most artistic and pleasing manner Miss Phillips is a graduate of the Boston Conserva tory of Music and her work displayed not only hard study but a natural with which few people are blessed She also played the accompaniments with most appreciative skill and ex pression Her selections were March from Athalia Mendelssohn 1 Miserere from II Trovatore 2 Grand Offertory of St Cecilia No 2 Ed Batiste 3 Cavatine J Rail 4 a Voix Celeste Chas Davis- b Prelude op 28 No 20 Chopin Mrs Juliet Gill Rogers sang a group of songs in her pleasing and gracious manner She was in splendid voice and sang with a finish and brilliancy that bespoke the true artist She has a lovely lyric voice admirably trained and perfect in tonic and quality Her selections were The Pine Woodman Time Beautiful Land of Nod Greene Ever of Thee Denza Good Plan to Follow The Record is glad to note the Lexington papers are at last fol lowing its example and advising the residents of that city to deal at home instead of going to Cincinnati and Louisville to do their trading The Herald says Now is the time to build up Lexington by applying that old say ing patronize Lexington merchants as you want them to patronize you That is what we have been preach ing to people since Ute present proprietor took charge of The Record for we long ago recognized the fact that when a dollar is spent in another city it is gone forever and that the success of every community is by the amount of business that is kept at home in every trade and profession more busi ness our Lancaster merchants recieve the greater will the city and county become A Fake Item Some wise guy telegraphed from Lexington to Louisville papers that a number of negroes had been sent from that place to this county to assist in breaking out the hemp in the county A bigger Ie was never im provised Garrard countys crop is about all broken and on the market The hemp machine which as our readers know has disposed of most of the crop in testing and adjusting the machine about which The Record has had so much to say In fact the in ventors of the machine are now send ing out of the county for hemp to be used in this adjustment By the way the minor details of this machine have been so nearly completed that the machinists are now looking around for enough hemp to use in testing its speed which feature has not yet been fully tried We will say for the edifi cation of our hemp raising friends that this machine is going to knock the sox off the middle man in the hemp business and if the speculators can throw a bucket of cold water you can bet your bottom dollar they will do so As we have stated all along the future of the hemp raiser is very bright but the fellow who wedges in between the farmer and the manufac turer sees his finish as certain as you are a foot high I have taken charge of the Danville Stage line and am prepared to convey passengers comfortably and in good time I leave Lancaster at 745 a m and arrive in Danville in time to catch all trains I give my personal attention to carrying and delivering packages trunks etc and charges are very reasonable All orders or parcels left at the Telephone Ex change or Central Record office will receive prompt attention mall tf Susie Hatcher I and up and Commencement th t measured The t agonizing Phillips talent our business crop INSTITUTE ORGANIZED Farmers of Garrard County Meet Monday and Organize Farmers Institute A Wise Move Mr M W Neal state organizer and editor of time Farmers Home Journal was in Lancaster Monday and organ ized a local Institute The following otllcers were elected Jas N Denny president WO Gooch vice president GeoT Higginbotham secretary Louis Landram assistant secretary These institutes are organized under the of the Agricultural Depart ment of Kentucky and there is no cost attached to the members Time object is the better development of the States interests and to help the farmer It was decided to meet next county court day at the Lancaster court house due notice of which will be given in The Record More than fifty of Garrards most sub stantial men signed the paper which shows the interest manifested That Garrard has the most productive soil in the state cannot be disputed and if the farmers will only get together and discuss their business untold good is bound to result Mr Neal is not only a splendid talker but a gentleman of fine sense and culture His visit was greatly enjoyed by our people Fur ther particulars of the Institute will be given from tune to time in the col umns of The Record Energetic Boys At the close of the Graded School this ollice had a great many applica tions from boys who wanted work Some even agreed to work for no pay if we would teach them the trade This spirit was commend able indeed and the youngsters should be encouraged when you re member the large number of boys growing up like jympson weeds or working at somtliihg where they are learning nothing and have no chance of promotion A man or boy with a trade can get work anywhere and at living wages if he will only work and not get the bighead and know more than the proprietor The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice A J Tompson J II Rigsby R G Pettus D M J L Ilutchins Sweeney Morgan WmColdiron S C Rigsby Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill WS Ferguson W R Cook W L Lawson supervision of industry POSTED Anderson n C Miller I farming I VI Ill J NUMBER 8 Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Ir k1 17 04 00 Hot Weather t Soo1T BE so why not be making your clothes while the days are pleasant We have Everything in Uptodate DRESS GOODS and can show you as wellselected lines as you can find in any town in Central Kentucky Fine Dress Goods Beautiful Underwear Lovely Hosiery Stylish Shoes and Slippers X C KHWv CKXWK KHJCKXMCH s 00 Pretty Parasols Handsome Gloves Lace Curtains Mattings and Carpets fact everything to be found in a wideawake store TIIE I Ir mI Joseph Mercantile Co IL I d xr tin a- I t AA I ijI I I lushing With I II I I j NEWNESS I I I III Our Suitsare the Fresh Spring I I IProduct of the best I INEE Makers I II The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tleman 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 are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season liens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leathery and White Canvas Qmlity high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to everybody E T LOGAN I I I I III suit j li W r r t4 N WVM1M i t J 4 Paint 0 i h I Paint Paint eus vcN tatMLaatlGBu b ti46 HOUSE FLOOR ROOF MfMMriMIOM WAGON CARRIAGE ENAMEL dad Most Select and Largest Yielding Sorts Mammoth Red Cob White Dent The largest and most satisfactory large white Com GOLDEN KINGT- he best early large yellow Full stocks of other superior sorts Write for list and prices and improve your Crops BLUE RIBBON SEEDS An always the most economical to use AWARDED GOLD XED1L ST toot Largest stocks of Vegetable and Flower Alfalfa Rape Grass and Seeds Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Beans Millet Sor ghum etc DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmea LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I U I IW Lofts r Seed PAINT H PAINT As Pure as it can be made Screen Doors Screen Windows I I GENUINE Malta Cultivators D ouble Shovels EXTRA nwww saoa amoo s+ I BLADES BULLTONGUES KII Ice Boxes Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Etc Haselden Robinson Saving at the Spigot Wasting at the Bung I 1 I n ttAn 1IlA f n M VV4 Wi el6VSAmAA V A lO OAsmW wwwwsv we rwasvoraems o a 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 end wearing quality After the paint is applied its too late to save Start right and use THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 SOLD BY R E McROBERTS I I 31 COY RGGUYN J B WOODS W C FISH D L FRY RL ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS E L WOODS Dne Irons Our Customers are Fully Protected Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II y Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Of you want 1 Tie LATEST STYLES in Is I MILLINERY we have the Swellest Line in Central Kentucky I SALLIE B TILLET I s 4 course I 1 o 0- o 4 1444444 44444 4 4 S 4 4 b4444 4444 TROUBLE AHEAD h What a Difference a Hew Years Make Do you remember the excitement attendant upon the building of the lirst railroad through your section Its been a long time ago Do you remember the great it caused It meant closer con nection with the outside world That was important but it meant a great deal more you were to have a town not twelve or twenty miles away but within one to six miles This town would afford a convenient market for your products It would bring to your doors schools newspapers churches and social life It would increase the value of your land Celebrations were held speeches were made and everybody welcomed the new and prosperous era that would come with the new town That was forty or fifty years ago The town started and grew As you fondly hoped the schools churches rejoicing stores CENTRAL RECORD Jsslned Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Hatter Lancaster Aj May 26 1905 With this issue The Record begins publication of a series of cartoons il lustratiug the question of patronizing home institutions Loyalty to ones town means written and oral words favorable to it It means something in a wider sense than that It means buying vehicles for instance of a firm or firms making them or in case there is no home maker buying of local deal ers in those made elsewhere in prefer ence to buying away from home It means of the local maker of cigars so as to enable him to in crease his operating force thus adding to the population It means buying anything and everything made here thereby encouraging home manufac encouragment thus given offering inducements for wage earners to settle and make permanent homes It means buying of home merchants instead of helping to support the merchants of distant cities Such loyalty is of more permanent benefit than subsidies to plants that may come now and depart in the course of a few years Where there is unanimi ty in the support of home institutions and home business houses there is gen eral prosperity This fact has been so easy of demonstration js so obvious it is a wonder it is not practiced to a greater extent than it has been A woman inSt Louis was bitten by a dog supposed to be mad and she died because she thought she had to die having what she imagined was hydro phobia The dog was not mad but she became hysterical and lived but a short time The incident shojvs the power of the mind over disease When one looks badly it is best not to remind him of it but meet him cheery greeting and speak of his healthful appearance A white lie like that will be forgiven by the strictest con structionist of truth The Baptists of the north and the south after a separation of over sixty have come together for future harmony and cooperation That seems to be the proper thing to do One by one the animosities following the civil war are being removed for the general good socially politically and A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at McEoberts drug store too per buyingcigars turesevery witha years relig- Iously of dens lm newspapers stores etc came with it Your land then worth twenty dollars an acre is now worth tiny to seventy live Not one of your reasonable has failed You wanted the town you worked to get it work ed to make it what it is Its your townDo you remember when the new Southern Rail Road was prospectively built from Harrodsburg to Jellico through Lancaster Do you re member when Governor Bradly went to New York to see the head officials of the Railroad when the Louisville Commercial Club was entertained here Do you remember how we all interested in the town then and what great advancement was ex pected of the City of Lancaster and how it was that a number of gentleman were securing the right of way and taking subscriptions expectations were influential PAINT LICK Dr and Mrs Casenburg went to Lan caster Monday Prof Peekham continues sick but is improving Slowly Miss Mary Clark Engleman has been visiting Misses Lois and Zelma Casen burgMrs W S Fish and little daughter Allie Russel went to Richmond ThursdayMesdames Pattle Engleman and Annie Adams were visitors in our midst Sunday Miss Mattie Adams has returned to her home in Lancaster after a visit to Chastine Rucker The many friends of Mrs E L Woods will be sorry learn that she is not improving any Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold of Lancas ter spent part of last week with their daughter Mrs Burdett Ramsey Jr We are very sorry to learn of the ill ness of the editor of The Record and sincerely hope he will soon be able to be at his post of duty The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will serve each night before and after the school entertainment which will be May 31 June 1st and 2nd Mrs Denham of Lexington is here training the pupils closing ex ercises of Prof Simmons school which takes place on May 31st June 1st and 2nd We should show our apprecia tion of Prof Simmons efforts by turn ing out en masse to these exercises The rural free delivery route ema nating from Paint Lick which was petioned for last December will be established June lath The carrier A F Caldwell or his substitute will deliver the official boxes about June 5th to those along the route that have subscribed for the service The route extends over the two pikes Between Paint Lick and Berea nearly all the distance being in Madison county and measures twenty one and three quar ter miles LOWELL Mrs George Ballard has been visiting her daughter Mrs Jack Davis The infant son of Jack Davis has been quite sick but is somebetter Mrs Ab spending a few weeks with her father Capt Brown Master Ollie Dunn and little sister Iona are visiting relatives in Lancas ter this week Mrs Walter Smith of Jellico isspend ing a few weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Parks Mrs George W Whitmire and beauti ful baby Elizabeth Gordon are at Mr Jesse Dunns Messrs George and Hall Fain of Nicholasville Miss Tessie Har I den and Nannle Ross Saturday and to I for McKenny Is t refreshments the visit- Ing visited Sunday to pay for same everybody pulling for Lancsuters interest and booming the townLately there has been a change Why is it Isnt the town just as as ever Isnt a convenient market for produce as desirable ES ever Are not schools newspapers churches etc as important as ever What makes the town the home market the churches and tile schools Isnt it patronage Withdraw your patronage and what will become of the town and its in stitutions and industries Who will pay the taxes now paid by a prosperous town Doesnt this situation remind you of the man who saws off the limb upon which he is sitting Continued next week essential Mrs Will Beazley is quite sick Miss Minnie Gulley of Buckeye was in our midst Monday Miss Mamie Dickerson of Buckeye is visiting Miss Francis Wearen Mrs John Hendren of Madison vis ited Mrs Lizzie Walker last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Hicks visited the latters parents in Madison last week Miss Cordelia Ray of Buckeye was with her sister Mrs J T Hardin last weekStanley Gulley has been a great suf ferer for the last few days with an over his eye Mr Ilarve Wearen and sister have moved to their property bought from W K Warner recently Mr and Mrs Kirby Grimes of Nich olasville are with their brother Ruth er Ray who is quite sick Mr T Q Hill and family and Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw and handsome little son visited at T W Bradshaws lastSunday I W A Wheeler and Sam Prather have been sick Next Saturday and Sunday is Bro Pikes appointment at Freedom George Adkinson is building dwelling where the old one stoodMr and Mrs John Bobbins of Brod head are visiting the family of W T WatsocMr Mrs Sam Ward of Living ston are here visiting relatives and friendsMr A Ross bought of Uncle Jim Simpson 1 steer at 3c per lb Weight 1440 pounds Mr H Ross is expected from Danville Ind by the 10th of June and will teach the district school at this place Your correspondent is sorry to know of the continued illness of the editor of the Central Record Hope that he will soon be well again and at his post in ILYATT8V1LLE Sam Denny is in Lexington this week FrankPierce bought of Jess Sweeney a jersey heifer for Frank Pierce Jr and sisters visited Mrs Will Simpson at reatersville Sun day Mrs Oscar Ray sisterinlaw and pretty little son were the guest of the formers parents Mrs Frank Pierce last weekMr Clay Arnold sold one hundred and fifteen sheep including lambs and wool for SSper head Misses lda and Lillye Henry of guests oMhelr Miss Carrie Sanders the latter part of week abscess NINA Uncle Grover theolce S 10 Jlrksvme were cous- In 1cCItE tRY anew the Gorn pbiIge4 Cane and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding SEED3 I am in the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better than sliiptiifT Any class of Feed you may need HempEtc andcheap Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness tMgf Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Pointsy Wire Pence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can Qn buy them in Lancaster ROMANS I CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES we sell which is usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stoi mes Drug Store g ggg UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood J i ELMORE I JtcJ8rrtH H EHi1H H illffitJm f2r I lit fii I fit jc- wl EVERYTHING m I i COOOOOOC OO OOOC OC I IX 4 i j Ei everything u o o o o o 0 GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Hudson I I 6 Banks 7 All of the work is vis ible It is easy to oper ate rapid nod durable It will do guy work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue The UndenvoodTypewriterCo Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky iC J JJ X First Grand Prize St Luis Worlds Fair We have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods John F Lear o Soooooooo OCOC n nru m Mrs iA0nrnrnrmnrmnrnnmmininv 11UIIWWUIWIIIUIUUJ11JI111 JfUI111JUIIUUIIIIIIJIUUJIlly f I t I Lc w Jx- F BARGENS In BUGGIES tI Y Pill W I I 1 BUGGY HARNESS MOUNT ELK1N I I J i J Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Are In Miss Mary Lear has been Danville relatives Mr R E Hughes ot Louisvslle was a visitor here Sunday Rev II X Faulconer and family left this w ek for Philadelphia Senator George T Farris was at home for a few days this week Misses Tuna and Sallie Noel of Dan viile were visitors here Sunday Miss Lena Rigney is spending the week with friends in Lexington- Mr R L Davidson is in Richmond visiting his sister Mrs A T Rice Miss Minnie Cotton of Danville is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville has been the guest of Miss Jessie Doty Miss Lizzie Grimes of Marksbnry has been visiting Miss Lizzie Walters Miss Nannie Crenshaw of George town is the guest of Miss Delia Tin der Mrs J E Stormes left Tuesday for Covington to visit Mrs Arthur Hub bardMrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her sister Mrs J M FarraLewis Gill who attends school in Danville was at hone Saturday and Sunday Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington visited her aunt Mrs R A Burnside SundayMiss Annie left Tuesday for Virginia to visit her sister Mrs Joseph Elsener Miss Lizzie Beazley left Tuesday tor Los Angeles Cal to visit Dr and Mrs W S Beazley Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus is the guest of Miss Alice Walker avenue Mr Harry Robinson of Danville visited his parents Mr and Mrs T B Robinson Sunday Mrs J L Arnold and grand daughter Mrs W II Ward visited relatives in Moreland last week Rev F M Tinder and Miss Lizzie Brown attended the C E Convention at Lexington Friday Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville visited her parents Squire W II Kin naird and wife the past week Judge M D Hughes who has been e r W visiting I I Muller Lexington confined to his home by illness is much improved and able to be about G S Greenleaf is spending the week with his brother in Richmond Mr Harry Fox of Eaton Ohio is the guest of his sister Mrs Jacob Joseph Mal Wn H Collier of Louisville spent a few days with his sisters Mes dames R LEIkin and J E Robinson Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Sue Sutton of Marcellus have been visit big Mrs J I Hamilton Mr and Mrs J S Armstrong and daughterMrs Hugh Prather of Dallas Texas are visiting Capt F J White and wife Mrs William C Price Mr and Mrs li G Price of Danville have been vis iting Mesdames Susan Price and Martha Frisbie Mrs Lewis Walker has returned from Colorado Springs Her legion of friends are delighted to see her fully restored to health Mr and Mrs Will Hamilton have returned home after several days vis it to friends and relatives in Nicholas ville and Lexington Miss Mary Burnside left Wednesday for Frankfort for a visit to friends and while there will attend the FoggChurch wedding Mrs R Zimmer and daughter Miss Elsie left this week for New York and from there they sail for three months visit to her old home in Germany Mr Barlow a special United States gauger accompanied Judge R A Burn side from London Saturdav He was with the latter when he was injured in the mountains Danville Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster is the guest of Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton on North Third street Mr and Mrs E P Faulconer are visiting relatives in Lancaster this week Lexington Leader Mr and Mrs Virgil McClure gave a beautiful little informal dinner Saturday evening at their home in Woodland in honor of Mr McClures niece Miss Flonnie C Hammond of Lancaster Ky Miss Hammond is in the graduating class at Hamilton College and one of the brightest and most attractive of the college girls She was gowned in white muslin and lace and the hostess wore a graceful gown of white The house was decorated in May flowers and the table in the Hamilton colors white and green The center piece was of white lowers resting on a piece of bat tenburg lace and Mrs McClure used her heirloom service of white and green china and some of the handsome cut glasses received last vear at the Celebration of the crystal wedding Supper was served in several courses and it was a very bright and happy occa ion 0 u Landram AdvocateMiss Ii LADIES NECKWEAR Our Neckwear stock is brimfull of the sort of goods that you want it con tains all of the charming conceits im aginable Come before they are pick ed over We have received our new line of Lawns Organdies and other wash fabrics on which we are asking only a small margain of profit Did You Get Any of The 3d LAWN Well we have saved some for you TO TEE DMZZEIsr Do you need a pair of Pants We have just received a new line of them ranging in price from rj C up THE Logan Dry Goods ffltff0 rgJ0101fj r I I 0 I I I o I II I ID rl ffffffglllll Da 0 0- I CoQ r PltKAUllKIlSYlLLH J B Hutchins bought a horse last week for Elmore traded 22 sheep to W BRagan nice young horse Mr John Powel and wife of Row land were here Sunday Rev Thos Owens tilled his appoint ment at the Baptist church last Sun dayJ P Ballard and family visited his brother ilr Sam Ballard and family SundayMiss Garner of Cellar Creek has been visiting her sister Mrs Dave ThompsonMr Brown wife spent Sun day with their mother Mrs Victoria AndersonB bought 71 hogs from J M Cress which averaged 100 Ibs each for 4 65 per hundred Mrs J F Pettus was visiting her daughter Mrs B D Holtzclaw at Val nut Flat last week Miss Beula Jordan has gone to Burn side to lead the music for her father who Is holding a meeting there Mrs Eva Grey who has been ing relatives here for some time has returned to her home at Lebanon J M Cress bought 32 steers from D M Anderson for and sold them to W P Grimes and others for 75 profitJ Rogers sold a nice combined horse to Mr Red of Crab Orchard for S150 and bought one from Jas Rigsby for 8100 BRYANTSVILLE Prof Clark of Burgin was a pleasant visitor here over Sunday Tom B Dunn sold a horse to T C Bowman of Mercer for 50 Arthur Smith was with his brother John for severafiday this week Mrs E II Burke is visiting her daughter at Somerset this week Mr Jell Dunn bought a very valua ble horse from Ben Dunn at Danville for 8200 MrT A Adams the assistant cash ier of the bank of Sardes is at home on a vacationMr Walker and of Buckeye visited Mr and Mrs B P Swope last week Mrs D D Geiger and Mrs Mattie Duncan of Lancaster visited Mrs Jas Burnsides Saturday Little Miss Edna Berkele is visiting her aunt Miss Allie Dunn of Hamil ton College this week Mrs Mary Berkele has returned home after an extended visit to her daugh ter Mrs Jones of Indinapohs Mr Clay Williams and wife of Love land Ohio were visiting his many friends here the first of the week Mrs Sarah Sherrow aged seventy four died at her home near here on the lath and was buried at Mt Olivet Miss Martha Mae and Lillian Leave entertained quite a number of their young friends in their usual hospitable way on Thursday night Miss Mattie Dunn closes her school at Buena Vista Friday and on the same night at the school house will be given a pie supper Every body in vitedThe friends of Mr and Mrs Clay Dunn regret to know they have moved to Lancaster for they had en deared themselves both to the young and old of this community Rev H Carpenter filled the pulpit Sunday morning and night at the Grove and the congregation hope to call him for the ensuing year to preach on the second and fourth Sun days of each month JlAllKSUCHY Mrs Geo Aldridge is quite sick Born to the wife of Mr Will Hughes a boy Mrs Victor Rice spent Sunday with her mother Mrs T I Herring Mrs T i Herring and daughter Miss Sallie were in Lancaster Thursday Miss Mayme Underwood of Hedge ville is the pleasant guest or Miss Mary Chesnut Sue Bessie the daughter of Mr and Mrs Josh Sutton was badly hurt by a wardrobe falling on her Rev J L Bruce Messrs C M Jenkins Fleece Herring and Miss Lee Herring went to Lancaster last Sunday night to hear the Baccalaureate sermon de livered by Dr J J Taylor of George town It was pronounced splendid It was quite a pleasant surprise when Mr Sol Lawless arrived at the home of his sister Mrs Icie Kemper on last Thursday afternoon It has been more than thirty years since he left Kentucky his native state for the sunny South where he has resided during this time His whereabouts were unknown here The most enjoyable event of the season was the fish fry on Dix river at Kings Mill last Saturday It was largely attended but an abundance of fish had been provided and none went away hungry Mrs Chas Burdette who has special talent for getting up fish dinners secured the assist ance of Messrs Dan and Fred Bur dette and Mr Rothwell who it is said cannot oe beat frying fish The Garrard County Republican Committee is hereby called to meet in the County Court room in the city of Ky Saturday June 3rd at 2 oclock D m for of con sidering nominations for county offices for the ensuing November election and to take such action as the com mittee deems advisable All candi dates will appear and present claims at this meeting This May 24 1905 RH Batson Chm s r D fora visitors visit 1025 132 many u thepurpose S- Ow and wife etc Lancaster the The first annual convention of the Garrard county W C T U assembled May 10th at the Presbyterian church in Lancaster The convention was opened by Mrs J B Kinnalrd who led in responsive reading of the Crusade Psalm Tne president Mrs G M Patterson gave an appropriate talk on Annual which was full of encouragement for temperance workers and helpful suggestions for the future A well rendered paper was read by Mrs 0 T Wallace on Sabbath Observance a number of other good talks were given in short a well filled programme was enjoyed by the large audience in at tendance A county organization was effected Mrs G M Patterson was elect ed President Miss Amanda Anderson secretary and A Amon Mrs Susan Fessenden a national lecturer from Boston gave the tion a drill in parliamentary work Her numerous short talks gave a good incite into the great work that is be ing conducted by W C T U along many different lines The object of her visit was to drill our local organi nation for the accomplishments of more effective W C T U work A visit from such an able lecturer as Mrs Fessenden infuses new life into the work for we feel that able and talent ed workers are enlisted in our cause What Gossip Has Done Gossip has made many a hell on earth Gossip has parted many hus bands and wives Gossip has bleach ed and sullied the character of girls Gossip has parted lovers who could have been happy had it not been for it One little mishap or one little indiscretion will cause gossip to rise with new strength and star on her mission Her did we sat We ought not to for we have male gossipers and as a rule they are ten times as venomous as a female A good healthy gossiper is about as mean and dangerous as the meanest thing on A Bit of Sarcasm It does not require a very old per son who has lived in this country to remember the time when instru mental music of any kind in a church was considered nothing less than sacrilege A bass viol has set many a congregation at loggerheads and the ministers used to set their heads against such innovations Senator Bacon of Georgia savs that once he heard a minister in his State whose voice and warning against had been overruled give out the morning psalm with the intro ductory remarks You may fiddle and sing the 120th Psalm Try This If you will try for a few days to think only pleasant things of all people and say none but pleasant things about them you will be sur prised at the results in your own heart and life Your acquaintances who perhaps are treating you with indifference and suspicion will be come friendly and full of hearty good will toward you For there is no pro founder truth than that the world is is what we make it ourselves Our mental and moral atmosphere is of our creating We breathe the pure sweet air of loving kindness if we will or we may inhale the deadly miasma of hate and distrust Just make experiment mentioned and see for yourself if it is not worth while We publish again at the request of many subscribers the following re cipe for white wash which has been tested and found good Slack one half bushel of unslacked lime with boiling water keeping it covered during the process Strain it and add a peck of salt dissolved in warm water Add also three pounds of ground rice put in boiling wator and a thin paste one half pound of powdered Spanish whiting and a pound of clear glue dissolved in warm water Mix all well together and let the mixture stand for several days Keep the wash thus prepared in a kettle or portable furnace and when used put it on as hot as possible with painters or whitewash brushes This white wash has been found by experience to answer on wood brick and stone near ly as well as oil paint and it is much cheaper Not Private Property Some of our rural readers will be surprised to learn a recent decision reached by the post office department in regard to the rural route mail box es It has been a custom for people living along the routes to leave notes papers communications etc from one another in the mail boxes so that their neighbors can get them when they wish An Indiana rural route confiscated a few of these which he found in the boxes and sent them to Washington for advice from the government The route patrons got together and hired an attorney to see what could be done about the mat ter They contended that inasmuch as the farmers bought their boxes themselves the boxes were their own private property and they might do as they chose about the matter The government however decided differ ently and told them that all matter deposited in those boxes must bear regular postage rates and they were classed simply as boxes rented at a post office are classed The action of the carrier fn confiscating tho matter found in the boxes was sustained Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr King Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At McRoberts drug store 25c 1m Mrs J treasurer con Yen many earthEx tire instrument entirely Whitewash these 1 Conventions boil to carrier New Life cheeks AINTSIP of all kinds for all We guarantee to give you a better IlNTX1 four less IbvObT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I F EY- I J Business and Bargains Fresh bread at Xunmers restaurant tf Nice Tomato plants for sale Mrs Emma Grant John Magee has a nice line of gro ceries give him a trial order tf John Magee has a new roofing called leak t is durable try it v tf 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 Doors Sash etc at the Robt Stone stand v tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Zimmer bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your home bakery tf Never Wett routing is per square why pay whcnNeverWett will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell Door and Window frames Mouldings finishing lumber poarch columns Brackets Block ect at John Magees All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Tomatoes Cabbage Cellery Sweet Potatoes enough for the county Hen ry Mauls seed Philadelphia tf Joseph Faulconer For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney 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 5 12 tf Mrs George Smith Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices 47 tf Romans Elmore We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get oar prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore WANTED at once a good whIte woman to do general work for one per son Address references Mrs J B Jones 2t Box 73 Crab Orchard Ky Seeds For Sale Southern Geman Millett Hunga rian and Cow Peas tf H A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 Notice to Teachers Examinatin for white teachers will be held in Lancaster Ky at my office on Friday and Saturday May 10th and and examination for colored teachers will be licit at the same place and 27th E L Tax Notice City tax 1905 are due and the needs the tax and must have the D Rothwell Tax Collector For Sale A team of large bay horses gentle and good drivers Also a new two horse wagon by T and J Murphey Danville Will carry 3000 or 3500 Ibs and a good set of double harness all as new to Pettus Bros 4t Bryantsville Ky PAIFIC COAST EXCURSIONS See the Most for Your Money Rock Island service to California and this summer per mits you to do this Low round trip rates to Los Angeles San Francisco or Portland on special dates in May June July August September and October Liberal arrangements for stop over among the mountains of Col orado and in trips to the Yellowstone Yosemite etc Write for Colorado and California books and Rock Island folder John Sebastin Passenger Traffc Manager Rock Island System Chicago When eer you feel Impending ill And need a magic little pill No other one will fill the bill Like DeWitts Little Early Risers The famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Bilelousness etc They never gripe or sicken out impart early rising en ergy Good for either children or adults J C P Jones Chief Burgess Milesburg Borough Pa says I nev er used pills in my family during the forty years of housekeeping that gave such satisfactory results as DeWitts Little Early Risers Sold by RE McRoberts lm day i 11 ever ett Go to I 100 200 For Rent 20th May 26th WalkerCo now moneyStf comparatively good Apply Paitrc Norwest Californiaside every guaranteed t0 dot J Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 4 7tf Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf Cheap Fuel Cobs delivered 35c a load 2t Banks Hudson We want your Paint and Varnish business we will give you better for less money than anybody in Lan caster Frisbies Drug Store 4t Wo are enlarging our ware room and getting in the largest stock of vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore 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 flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1105 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IIA F SCHWKGEL 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 greatsatisfaction to know I hat your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 916tf Homeseekers Excursion to Michigan- via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May 2nd and 16th 1905 at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillao Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and St teens Tickets are limited 15 days from the date of sale Ask Agents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rine arson G P A Cincinnati Ohio tf tf C geraniums SeeWrite or Phone SWINEBROADat Insure your property against Fire Liirhtnini Windstorms Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Countyman every time Residence 132 Office Phone 40Phone UR SSl For sale seed Oats Call on J C Hemphill or Gabe Pres ton 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 14tf II B Northcott We guarantee our paint not to peel paint it free of charge 4t Frisbies Drug Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Tomatoes and early Cabbage plants now ready to transplant tf Joseph Faulconer Cheap Fuel Cobs delivered 35c a load Banks Hudson For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 II 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 very best 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 47tf Romans Elmore 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 naper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the Highest cash price for same lIe has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf Gold Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G Har ris who has taken gold medals on his tailormade goods and has a patent on the front slnulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Hughes Joseph Agts I I sellingSacks yearsIf 2t Vanderpoolblock the rp Chicago 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 Such a perfect combination can only be our store J You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit Lawe Bros High Standard Paints High Grade Var i nishes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary GIBBONS fe MAYDANVILLE KENTUCKY You go to a Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn BrosJlUlUUUlUlttU- UUllttlttlWUUlUlUlJUJUMUUJUflUlUUJUiU l foundat BAKER for for 111PIIiiiillli1111111111111illPtll 1111111t1111tirHi11111P11111111111111111 s Il- BBEAD Jesse D 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 Iightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Bo schee to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and Lung Cure QThe best family is a reliable household that will cure coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes nose sore throat and will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh all lung and qThe fame of German Syrup as a con cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere 10 flTwo sizes 25C 750 All For Male by It 12 lilclloberf Land Stock Crops A florida grower near Tyler has a twenty live hundred acre peach which has netted him 45 000 a year for the past thiee years The wool crop is about all in said promment buyers today The arti cle is higher than it has been in thirty live years as much as thirtytwo cents being paid here for it This is tile first year since I Have been buying tInt I have been afraid of the prices but a man who has been buying on his own hoed now and paying thirty cents for wool had better look The high price is attribuned to a shortage in the Australia ville Advocate In many parts of western Kanass land has doubled in value with the past two year Thousand of wheat farmers have harvested enough wheat one year to pay for thier lands Crops in that section have not made a failuue in six years Alfalfo is also responable in a measure for the ad vance in the price of land That has become a standard crop in the West and it nets a farmers as much does either corn or wheat and often more Frequently the seed crop alone will bring 2 an acre And the straw from the seed crops is licked up as clean by the cattle as hay Commissioner of Agriculture Hu bert Vreeland is arranging to run a special tarin over the State 10 be known as the Kentucky Alfalfa and Corn Special The object of this plan is to arouse interest among the farmers in the culture of alfalfa and the improvement of the corn crops Mr Vreeland has secured the services of Cot Joseph D Wing of Ohio an alfalfa expert and of Prof J N liar per Superintendent of the farm of the State College at Lexington to accompany the train and deliver lectures along the route affectionsthat Such orchard nOt cropDan profit as Experiment L Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Paw Traf Mgr Rock Island System CHICAGO Sinihtt adding o do Uiis to i he value of the Iowa corn crop FLATW001 John Miller bought a bunch of hogs from Mrs W F Cornney for 5 a head George Elam sold a horse to Mr Clark for 8200 Sam Wilcox sold 2 milk cows to Jas Rogers for 55 00 Geo Miller bought shoats in County last week for a hun dred There will be preaching at Lawsons Chapel the 1st Sunday and Sunday the Rev Jordan 11 1to Ia Lincoln 550 met xnx irs There is Sunday school at Lawsons Chapel ever Sunday afternoon at half past three oclock and prayer meeting ever Sunday night Send Them In In getting together the oaraphenalia used by the old Chapter several of the Masonic Lodge were of the number of large pictures of members the old Lodge had These pictures are well made and in walnut frames When the old Lodge the pictures were given to relatives for safekeeping They are now to hang in the Lodge room and the members will be very glad to have them back They are the property of the Lodge and rightfully belong there Out of about forty or tifty only four have been returned Sometimes a llaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the tire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so lung 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 physi cians could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for 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 Never Judge a ring oy the jewelers name on the box An old gossip sweeps up more dirt than a new broom Terrific Kucc Villi Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph It 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 dilTerct doctors and several medicines Jut got no benefit until I began to use Electric Hitters 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 I in Sharp tongues are apt to sever friend ships The fewer friends a man has the more money he saves Time Tried ami Merit Irovcu One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It perfectly harmless prasinb to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup lm members talking disbanded wanted bJllumItA II Consumption I I I i R E McRoberts I Sabcd Spptons That invite Germs Little Aliments that Should Be Looked After if One Wants to Keen Well Anyone who has any of the many symptoms caused by poor digestion should take special care to avoid where disease germs are likely to be present Any of the following symptoms are good evidence of stomach troubles Acidity Nausea Spitting np of food Gripes Colic Coated Heaviness at stomach Sour taste in the Sediment In urine Diarrhoea Night sweats Nervusiiess Headache Sick hvmlacliuI- MS of hush Vertigo or dizziness Heartburn Drowsiness conditions tongue- t J LEvIs Y LEAVELL President ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK of KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O BJONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSOX B F Hudson J T Walker T M Arnold LANCASTER f1 b fit L r I 0 4 u i3 Hot Vcatlier IMlca Persons atHIctcd 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 danger OilS Deitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness und cures Get the genuine bearing the name of K C DeWitt Co It E Mclloberts lm SLLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Drm Kings New FORC ONSUMPTION OUGHS and Price Free Trial SOc 100I Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK To the Pacific California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privileges The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System willtake you up in eitherChicago or St Louis orathundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Salt Lake Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 L tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and 1 the Pacific half regular fare nk If interested send name and address on this coupon designating iilL which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc 7Coastto Coloradosee Cityvisit 1905oneway Northwestabout Send a booklet and am Leave about Destination j rate Addres These little ailments which indi cate a weak stomach and imperfect digestion should be looked after by the use of Mi o na if one wants to keep well A tablet of this remark able remedy taken before each meal wiil so strengthen the stomach and digestive organs that natural weight will te restored and perfect health and strength regained Ask R E McRoberfs to show you the Miona guarantee I The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 s 0 A R DENNY Pr Ident SURPLUS 10000 JOHN E STORMES Vice Prsst S C DENNY Cashier J I1 Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Eaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jab E Stormes W H Kinnaird o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o I493 i 4- o 1L C 2 o g O O 00yO 6 O 2 0s 4S IS I iiw1 J J WALltlt VIce Prest Will make the season of 1905 on farm OHO mile South of Itnekeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up ant nil right A lien retained until season money is Money due when the mare in or bred to other stock G ru taken In prevent accidents lint not responsllih should occur Chester S years old Iii hands n dark chestnut lIe Is thehighest of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kiwi harness a model in form that won characteristic of the family which the world acknowledges as sup to all as a show He has proven j himself a No 1 breeder and his colts are selllug to Eastern buyers for good prices Pedigree sired the famous No 10 X SH It hebylihijk Squirrel He Eagle King 07 he by Washing ton Denmark 61 lie by andbe by race horse F S by imported Chester Squirrels Tele and known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to one of the greatest brood mares In Kentucky at the same time and place I will stand my big Jack Chester Squirrel Ill un c ul1turn c cssln e b b Gaines Y rmollnt FlueJack young iild Clietertls iliac k 71he dan JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by Johnhe by Munmiduke and is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of bv Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Irinee he 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie she by Dixie by 2nd dam by Lord 3rd dam by Importer He is 15 hands high solid with He is a I breeder his colts brought from S5 to 90 at thelast fail T O HILL BUCKEYE KY I Grn and tent Ii Nciile 3t rv I J d0 OAsk for the 1905 Xodol Almanac and DORSEY GOLDUST 12055 Full Urollier to Estolle 219 11 Sired by Xilcadi Golddust 4400 by lion MorgandamDorsey Golddusts dam is Florence Golden Mingo Chief a son of GaffsMorgan making him an in bred Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on the bestfamily of road horses known Dorsey Golddust Is a dark bay black points full Hi hands weighs 1200 Ibs 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 the American horse shows 1902 05 01 Jack 0 Diamonds stands to his credit 12 of his colts have sold for over 14000 in the past two years His service is offered for less than any horse of his producing quality in Ken tricky Will stand at my farm 21 miles from Stanford Ky on Ilustonville pike at 20 to Insure a Itiving Colt Money due when colt 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 Stal lion that ever mndc a season III Go mud coun ty Investigate for your self enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses in Ken tucky Alt horses in his class are standing for from But 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 insure a living colt or 10 cash for the sea money to be paid at time of service If mare i traded or parted with season money is dee Grass furnished at 2 per mouth or fed at S Not responsible for accidents or es copes but care taken to grevent same Description and Pedigree sire of notedshow hor e Washington is 15 hands finely formed ia a with a little white on hind feet has a line mane and tall and is a naturalsaddle horse Sired by Cromwell 75 by 01 d Washington ft by Gains Cl and hj by the old race horse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old John Dillard hiddiim by Grey Eagle first dam Unicorn 103 2nddatum by Crusader ird dam by Cockspur The dam of Washington was the of Kobert line show mare I consider this one of the finest saddle horses in Ills family on both sides have produced best saddle stock in tlie Slate 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 aud Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and when he was in today we asked him about it lie says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had a His druggist reccommended Ko dol and lie says 1C cured him He rec ommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely as the 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 hot of I I responsibility l0 to Ito Washlntoll the Ireslon9J the hl h I I 1tlers lIt testimonials I I I this otlice I cancer tio is Electrician 5007 IRace Record 224 14Sire of Midi 211 Klectrimout 2r21 Gretchen 22Prince II 2i3J4 brother to Grateful 2J7 5 In X I list Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands 4 high Standard Reg xX He is by Electioneer 125 sire of ICC dams of 125 he by10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah5 3 7 Kent mare br Imp Elcctricians let dam Rebecca dittO of 217 KexfordX Ariaua 2 Husseuole2sw etc Rebecca Gen lienton 17f 55 sire of 21 dams of GS he by Jim Scott 83G sire of 2 Lady lienton 10 Second dam data6 of Clifton Hell 2nl Idelia 2i0 and Chimes Bell sire of Van 5 Zuilt 2 09M she by Abdullah Star Third dam Emma Millsdam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 l Electrician Is a royalbred horse flue style and action Ty with great beauty a horse that posses great speed and Xw gameness his record is he repeatedlyshowed miles in 215 A number of his get line forroadsters bringing from 300 to 1500 most of his colts 5are with tine action style and size I can recommendhim as a great stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and same placeas Clay King at the fee ol Clay King 2964I RECORD 227 34Sire of Dick Wilson 2OS The King 2IOJC Jfallsefe Tom 1hair 17i Nellie Bruce Clay Wilkes XM The Guard 2i1 The 2di5 Justin M 2rJ 4 Dorado 22754 and eight others with records of better Vall trotters but Wilson pacer By King Clay 59 1 Sire of Miss Lida 210 Marble 214 Claymore AEola 219 Kingbriuo22o Doe 22 4 22 Queen Xetc 5 1 dim 220 14 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King5 2 27 J and granddam of Volo Maid 2 ill4 Sire of St5 211 14 St Patrick 2 14 33 othere sons have sired 175 andJ laughters have produced Dick 212 Strongwood 212 I Homcstuke 214 etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletonla 10 Dam of Amy 22011 i Wilbur 22 11 of6 2 and Wildair sire cf 2 sire of George Wilkes ElectioneerHappy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny br Young Bacchus V I King Clay 594Sire of Clay King is a son of Harry Clay45 Modesty 2 by Tom 147 2 dam Stardam of 221 by American Star 143 dam by Emmons Duroc King with kind of stud opportunities wouldtoday the first fight of successful stud career la begun is not ahorseman in the flue Grass State who does him asa wonderful sire of early and extreme speed man atthe Lexington seen his get accomplish what hasnever done by the produce of any horse theyhave seen his quarters 14 second and I sell for startling prices have seen his older represents Vas speed gameness and genuine racequalities as those of any ever quartered iu Kentucky will make the season of 1905 at the feed andsale stable of W O Burton in Lancaster at the low price of TWELVE DOOLljAKS and FIFTY CENTS to insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to secure the of the season All euro be taken toprevent accidents to stock intrusted to our care but shouldany occur we will not be respodslble for the same W B Burton- S i M4 8 S 4 Lets owl sire or dUl11s of 2 I I J 2I 11 DO ARS c 21 I4Dais than m 21i7 Clay Amy 34 sire of I odder bo In of extreme IIpeed I 1 oWa ste 23 11l is ul3 a tires e DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe S 00 bottle contains 2J5 times the trial sire which sells for 50 E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLyear For sale by R B MoROBERT3 Lancaster Kv CURE cents PREPAIUJ ONLY AT THt LABORATORY OP Be jipjprs oo CalendarS Paragon 2291 4 Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam On by Florida grandam of Grace 2nd dam Hum Hambrino dam of Hawthorne 2 4 Ed Winter 2 12L etc Ird dam Ashland 47 4th dam by Mambrino Briiton 5th dam Kit Sir Walter Jay Ilird 50GD sire of Hawthorne 2 Aller tou2UjU Bird 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others Uy George Wllks 51J dam Lady Frank by Mambrino s a handsome individual ol flue conformation size and style with oxtrenii action and speed His sire Bird is one the greatest II Ing sires and that his blood on is shown by the fuel that hissons have sired over 250 standard performers Including Locanda 2 0 Susie J 2 4 Ja 207 Kagle and many other 210 performers while Iamgon Oneida 2i7 grand dam of Bond 201 4 the greatest racing the trotting turf has ever seen and his second dam Hum is the dam of Hawthorne Ed Winter 212 etc You will see from tinabove tInt is one of th bet bred horsis living slid there is no reason why he should not become one of Jay Birds greatest sons Ills record is no measure of his as he trot in 2 15 or helter Should 1aru pon fall to get a trotter he Is a horse of such line conformation size action stvle and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high road and carriage cannot be produced rat enough to supply the demand Paragon proved himself last year to be a Sure Foal Getter He will make the season of 190 tit my stable three miles north of Buckeye on Buckeye aud Lancaster pike at Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents I to insure a colt sound and all right A lien retained on secure service fee Season due if mare is ed with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky Catarrhal Troubles Preval iTlonlliM Cause Catarrli Breathe Ilyoincl and He Cured Catarrhal troubles are more common at this season than at any other time of the year The sudden changes thai 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 II v omei Simply put twenty drops in the little pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit and then breathe it for three minutes four times a day The complete Ilyomei outfit costs but one dollar and as the inhaler will last a lifetime and there is sullicient- Ilyomei for sveral weeks treatment- it is the most economical catarrhal remedy known Extra bottles can be procured for fifty cents Ask R EMc Roberts to show you the strong guarantee under which lie sells Hyo Mini A Towns Trade An exchange knew what It was about when it published the fol lowing The trade territory of a town is not at all dependent upon the distance to the neighboring trad ing points The territory depends the enterprise of the merchants and resident of the town if a town usIcomes as fast as it has to and will only grow as it is forced to But in the surround ing country by advertising trade will come will come from an increased radius and the town will forge to the front It is time men living in the town and not altogether the men liv ing within a certain number of miles that make the town Theyll Never Be Missed A few citizens never lose an oppor tunity to give our town and the busi ness men and people in it a dig of some kind Did you ever notice that these people are a class that would not be much missed in any commu nity A class who never did anything for the town in which they live nor anyone in it except themselves They never put their shoulders to the wheel aid help to raise it out of the mire which it might have sunken They never do anything but howl and find fault with what others are doing You will find them in every town Breathitt News The Doctors Dream couch and sank into slumber when the jangling of the telephone bell aroused him With a groan lie went to Hello lie said Hello Is this Dr Curem Yes Say doctor this is Milligan me Yes 1 made six calls at your house last week sWellI had sent you achcck With a glad sweet smile the doctor returned to his couch and then really wakened because the bell was still ringing and somebody really wanted him to make a Tour mile drive through the snow to relieve little Johnnys earache Judge NOTICE All persons having claims agninst the estateof J S Robinson decd will present them properly verified to his executors for payment All persons who are indebted to S Ilobln ion Mrs Ann W Robinson J C Robinson Executors t Ida 217 2 Bond lal1 20 J Wally OG I ver iI um e Lad z IJH 4 VOII lI tlu 11 IDA colt 10 I IIi lrlllg talk- Ing upon I Into along II Remember J executor r 2b9 Star 5Si eiregor 2i Ira year itii could orses ent i answer lie FOI EYS Cures Kidney and BSad de1 Diseases in Every Fopm E any Pscpio Have Kidney Tioeibfa anti Oo Know it now TO FIND OUT It is 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 ailments which are all owing to tha kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Foleys Kidney 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 ba restored to perfect health now TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your 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 sed or small particles CeV about in it your kidneys are diseased and Folsy3 Kidney Cure should be taken at 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 Salt He WouW Not best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the doctors advised me if I had business to attend to I had attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Corn was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent son to the store after taking three bottles I be gaii to get better and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes BOo ant SOLD Mill RECOMMENDED BY For sale bv CC JE Stormsrs CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2S2- II Chester Dare No 10 dam Nancy L 2S47 by On Time 74 Hay horse lok hands hi li foaled May 1JW2 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 tin nails re quired and proved to he a show horse last year as a 2 yearold Will serve twentylive approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt Mares kept at three Dollars a month t own crs risk Not rt i oiiiltlf frcareful personal attention given to all stuck sent to our place W W and J Higginbotlinni- Mnrcellus Ky Highland Stock Farm- I offer this season the service of This combined harness and saddle Stat lion will make the present season at the Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at 10 to Insure a Iiviijrf colt which is less than any ln ise of his breeding Is standing for in the county DESCKIITIOX AND IKllIUUEK Blackbum is 5 years old Hi hands and solid black Was sired by Senator Blackburn by Uillard Dudley by John Dillard by Indian Chief by Imported Chief the premium horses of their daydam was by by Administrator Risdyks Ham bletonian 2nd dam by Denmark by old hick Denmark by Imp Hedgeford Senator dam was by Bentons Diomede 2nd dam by Gold phin thoroughbred Graftonians diiin Delia by Millions Copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the of by Ivavannuirhs Grey Eagle 3rd darn oy Masons Whip 4thdam by Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums at is Sharps burg Germantown tonville Lexington Chicago and wherever was shown He was the best combined stallion in the United States Ills colts took premiums Many of Ills coltswere never beaten One colt was sold for 51800 and Senator Blackburn was for and he is living to daybreeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack withwhite and is one of tile finest individuals in the country lIe is anextra heavy boned good feet andbody with square hips and is a firstclass mule Jack Some of his coltssold last year for 75 He is f years old and will make the season at theprice of 700 for a living colt Grazing at S2 00 per month and care but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur Lein re tained according to law Money duo in all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or No business on Sunday Phone atresidence No 187 A C MILES Buckeye Kyy CURE ot kidneys once Lisa writesAfter better 100 E IBLACKURL Grafton II us wherever shown 1500 t im g f I B cl lot her emit or lest lint am old nd w