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SIXTEVXTJI rJSA LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 2 1905 r CENTRAL RECORD NUMBBRF s THE Youll Never Miss f the WATER Iii Runs Dry Is the title of an old familiar song You had better guard a gainst missing the water by having us J Fix Your S or make assurance 1 doubly sure by having 7 us install a system of Water Works I Haseiceri We are agents for DH 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 I Successors to J A Ueazley Co t f f i a West I Guttering g i I AA 1 I A J Undertaker 1 tsc a 1 4fll- a m mma eQa full 3 0 A0Beaziey9 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 CINCINNATI t Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost LeastWear Best v Wm Heriidou G Swiueteoad Herndon Svvinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Ofllcc over S tonnes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business t151- 1I G CHRIS FARIS i j P l6 Salesman E c 2 riB L J I R Law U I usE I i BOCJS- ua u4 q r fse rucrGa- ss e t l I sr r iw Dentist Office over st 3 n3 9 I rr store Danville it 3 11 r To the Insuring Public Having had policy No FI 137708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wesiren Agent Ky I am prepared to 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 notdeductone fourth from your pol as some would have you believe bu willingly and cheerfully pay you ml the indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment For further particulars in re to Mutual or Assessment Com panics address me M Green Murphy Klngsvllle Xy alossunder Stanford recommend companies sj i I Local Notes Strawberries are not overlyplenti ful this year but are sweet and Several subscribers sent in their dues during the past week for which we are very thankful We are of course always thankful but just a little more so when unable to work Streets Sprinkled The new sprinkler has arrived and is doing splendid work It is of the latest pattern and quite a sightly wag on J WSweeney has the contract and the money is made up by volunta ry subscriptions of the business men The lire alarm about eight oclock Monday evening was caused by the burning of J M Logans stable Al though the entire loft of hay and roof were burning one line of quickly extinguished the flames is not known how the lire originated Handsome Work The illustrated supplement just by the Richmond Climax is a very handsome and complete job of work The writeup of the town and county is full of interesting matter while the pictorial work is perfect in every detail The work was done by Mr Jos B Borders who was in this city for several weeks Decoration Sunday The Knights of Pythias will hold their annual decoration of graves next Sunday afternoon at three oclock and Bro F M Tinder will preach the ser moo At the conclusion of these ser vices the Knights will proceed to the Cemetery where designs will be placed on the graves of the departed brothers Back On His Run The many friends of Engineer Henry Lammers who pulls the day trains ore very glad to see him back at his post of duty As stated at the time Mr Lammers injured his eye some weeks ago and has been compell ed to lay off He is all right again we are glad to say He is not only a clever gentleman but one of the most careful engineers on the road Business Deal James A Jones has purchased of J T Williams the latters business house and residence on depot street together with the coal business price 1500 cash The house was built by Mr Williams only a short time since The business will be continued by Mr Jones who will keep a stock of the best coal constantly on hand Mr Wil Hams will likelymove West He has made many friends in Lancaster who wish him unbounded success where ever he may go Sunday School Convention The Garrard Connty Sunday School Convention convened at the Presby terian church in Lancaster Saturday morning and an allday session was held The program was well arrang ed and very enjoyable and beneficial Dinner was served at noon Nearly every school in the county was repre sented and all entered into the exer cises with an earnestness which be spoke the interest now being taken in Sunday School work which is Dy far the most important training dren can Study The Picture In this issue we present the second of the series of cartoons we are run ning in an endeavor to convince the Lancaster people that they should spend their money with the people from whom they make it and upon whom they are dependent for a living If you will look at these cartoons care fully you cannot fall to see where our contention is right In plain words if your money is too ggod to spend in Lancaster for pitys sake move out and make room for people who are unselfish and will help the town The Council town was never in a filthier condition The council certainly can have the streets and alleys cleaned The treasury has been hit precty hard its true but the town could take in washing sell its dog or open a tiger long enough to secure enough with which to protect the health the community Fine a few people for piling ashes and other trash on the streets and there will not be ned of so much cleaning Take up a few both white and black and put them to work with shovel and cart Tnis is a very serious matter and should be attended to Handsomely Entertained The Lancaster Knights who were fortunate enough to the Conclave at Richmond last week have not yet ceased talking of the reception they were given by people of that good town It turned out just as The Record said it would they were made to feel at home they were feed on the fat of the land and each to feel he favored one among the 0 tire The people cf Richmond never divide their last loaf with visitors they simply give you the whole thing and if there is left then they think of self We have the pleasure of spending much time Richmond and it is one of the few towns where you feel perfectly at home as soon as you set your brogan within Its limits j c I delightful I fiercely issued have iTo vagrants royal that the assemblage bus 1 chi tun Temp att visitor made any 1 e h bo a at ty To Our Patrons We wish to call the attention of our patrons to the tact that we have thor oughly competent help in The Record olllcc and can turn out as good print ing as can be done anywhere As we guarantee perfect trust our friends will remember us when needing printing of any kind First Big show Coming Put your business cares aside for one day and make the advent of the Great Van Amburg Show a holiday The only big show coming this year com ing on its special trains and will pitch its tents in Lancaster on Thursday Dont fail the grand street parade in the forenoon Delightful Evening For M Ds The Garrard County Medical Society met with Drs Burnett and A fitted throughout with the latest style furniture and they celebrated the event by giving a handsome supper to their brother physicians The spread was prepared under the skillful direc tion of Mesdames Burnett and Amon and was greatly enjoyed Potted plants and cut flowers added beauty to the inviting rooms The Editorin Distress Notwithstanding the fact that we have been oil our feet for more than four weeks the wounds on our leg have healed very little and we are to work We dislike to tell our troubles through the columns of The Record yet the subscribers are to an explanation for lack of reading matter and this is our only method of giving it By the aid of an expert stenographer and a faithful of lice force we are keeping soul and body together however and hope to back in our treadmill before days Good Darkey Killed Will Merrit one of the hardest working and most deserving colored men in Lancaster was shot on Battle Row by Stewart Ilumber The took place Friday but Merritt until Monday llerrit was from his work on Mr Victor Lears farm and stopped and spoke to numbers wife when Ilumber him We understand number has a bad case on his hands Merrit was peacable energetic man kept in his place and was a faithful hand He a leaves a widow and several children lumber is in jail Republican Committee The republican committee will meet the court house next Saturday to the question of naming a full ticket for county offices As Mr John M Duncan to make race for county judgeit is a conclusion that he will be nated by a unanimous vote but we have heard there is a strong probabili that no other nominations will be made Mr Joe S Ilaselden has as a candidate for county and he may be placed on the ticket as he is very anxioiu ake the race We have heard of no other candidates but there is no telling who will shy their castors ere time of com mittee meeting City Of White Tents When the numerous big tents of the Great Van Amburg Show are pitched upon the show ground it makes a city of white tents all of which are filled with greatest attractions which money in the hands of experienced agents can secure In the cages are to be seen the wild animals from the jun gles of Asia in the stile show annex the freaks and curious people from all parts of the globe and in the big tent the finest performers and funniest clowns that ever graced the saw dust arena Dont forget the great free street in the forenoon The show will give two performances in Lancaster on Thursday June one in the afternoon and one in the evening See the large bills All Details Complete After spending many weeks in and testing the hemp break machine the Universal Fiber Co stored the machine Tuesday and Mr A M Shely and the machinists return ed to Chicago They succeeded get ting every detail complete and the ad justment was so satisfactory that an order has now been placed for quite a number of the machines and they will be ready to handle this years crop As stated in The Record orders for of more machines could not be placed until all minor defects were ers may put in all the hemp they can cultivate and not be worried with problem of getting it troken Since the machine has been in Lancaster prominent men from all over the coun try have been here to see it and Gar rard county has been given an tisement greater than she would have ever received in any other way of broken hemp have been sent to nearly every prominent factory in in the United States and you may mark our prediction the demand Garrard county hemp will be greater this Fall than it was ever known to be Mr Shely tells The Record the machine left heie will be used on this years crop an3 If necessary an one will be here e n h June twice ittces unable entitled man shoot- Ing lingered returning attacked afternoon has consented foregone announced attorney parade adjusting Sing In manufacture completed thee advert- S Samples ford additional sent satisfactions 5th an discuss nom t 15t of see in of in IHIYANTSYILLE Mr J M Smith spent Sunday in Bur Miss Eiizibeth Pettus is at home after attending school in Somerset Miss Reed of Caldwell College has been visiting Miss Anna Kay Jenkins Mae and Lillian Leav ell have gone to Lexington to visit friends Miss Katie Moore will leave in a few days for an extended visit to relatives in Kansas Mr and Mrs Joe Nevius and Miss Ann Hill were visitors of Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett Sunday Tliero will be preaching at the Meth odist church Sunday night by the pas tor Rev W D YVelburn Miss Eliza Ison closed a very ful school last Friday at the house in Brights Bend Messrs Ray King Robert Rout Tom Chesnut and Bob Moore spent Sunday in Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Burgess of Indiana have been visiting their daughterin law Mrs Elizabeth Burgess Misses Mattie Dean and Daisy were the charming guests of Mrs Taylor Burdett the past week Miss Allie Dunn has returned home from Lexington Miss Dunn was one the faculty of Hamilton College Miss Mamie Lee Ballard returned home Saturday after a very pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Quite a large crowd attended the strawberry supper at Pleasant Grove Monday evening About 35 was realized Mrs Tames Burnside was in Millers burg this week to attend Commence ment and see her daughter Miss Jen nie graduate Mrs MaryStedman isdaily receiving new millinery and is making some beautiful mid summer hats Call and them Prices very reasonable Mrs Eliza Ballard and daughter Miss Mamieexpect to go to Cincinnati a few dour for a visit to Master Bryan Ballard who is attending school there Mr Ray King attended the com mencement exercises of CampbellIIa german College Lexington Ills sis tor Miss Virginia King was one of the graduates Mrs Cyrus Eason gave her husband very pleasant surprise by having ser oral relatives come in and spend the J day with him last Thursday it being his birthday Miss Rebecca Williams and brother and Willie Cox and sister of your city with Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason at their country home near Bryantsville Mr Hugh Tomlinson one of our most popular young men is a member the Graduating Class at State Col lege this year He has accepted a po d sition in the East Mr Hogan Ballard will come home a few days from Lexington where he has been a student at State College for the past yeyr He was iniated in to the S A E fraternity last Satur day evening It is reported that Dr J II Durham will leave our town about the first of July lIe has been here for some time and has a splenid practice and it will be with regret that we give him up He will be missed socially as well as in his profession This will be a opening for some good physician Resolutions Since God in His goodness has per miLted us to assemble in this conven tion we do pledge ourselves to renewed consecration and better work for the coming year in the following resolu tions Resolved That since we know if we raise a generation of men and worn en well instructed and intelligent on the subject of Temperance that a mighty step has been taken toward victory so we earnestly urge our WC U women to do all in their power to organize and maintain Loyal Tern erance Legions that we show our in creased sympathy and their work Resolved That we lend all possible aid in our homes and community to every effort put forth to keep a holy Sabbath day free from labor and un seemly social pleasure Resolved That we will endeavor to stand firmer for the cause we that we will cherish the badge we wear it is the emblem of pur ity and that we rejoice in the honor and esteem in which the Womans Christian Temperance Union is held throughout the world Resolved That thanks are due and are hereby tendered to for the use most comfortable church to the members and pastors of all churches for kind words and other help to the local union for the interest it has to the choir and organist for music to the press for notices to Mrs Lackey for beautiful decorations to fall who have given their services to tne good housewives of who have so delightful us at the lunch hour Resolved That all such comings to helpful and are an inspira tion and more efficient ser vice to mankind which we do most humbly in the name and for the sake I of our Heavenly Father II bliss Mattie Collier Lexington I spent Sunday I 4 4 T interestin represent ot- a man- Ifested and Lancaster entertained getherare gin F splendid since forbetter a in so the no our as the A STOCK FAIR Lancaster Business Men Have Organ ized and Will Hold Fair In July A number of Lancaster and Garrard county business men and steck dealers met Monday and determined to hold two days fair in July the dates prob ably being the 13th and 14th Win B Burton was elected president II T Logan vice president and Idson secretary It was decided to have no treasurer placing the money the Citizens National Batik to be paid out on order of secretary and ollicer The fair will be held in the beautiful woodland of Mr Jib M Farra directly opposite the residence of Mr R L Elkin on Stanford pike Nearly all the stock has been subscribed and for the catalogues will be ready in a short time and the fair will be adver used thoroughly Garrard county made a success of her fairs and as young energetic men have charge of this one it is bound to be a success in every particular Laid to Rest The remains of Rev Robert R West arrived in this city Thursday night and were placed in the vault at the Lancaster Cemetery The following afternoon at three oclock an im mouse crowd of friends of the family j gathered about the grave to pay the last sad tribute to friend and brother s had been snuffed out while p far from family friends and we may say acquaintances Rev C S Ellis of the Baptist church conduct ed the services at the close of which Ji Lancaster Masonic Lodge took charge and went through with their 4 beautiful work As stated in The I Record when announcing the death family have ever received more words of comfort nor more sympathy in a death than has Mr and Mrs John g K West the venerable parents of the deceased The remains were accom panied from Washington by Mrs West and son William H POSTED 1 The undersigned hereby lire to all persons not to trespass upon j lands for any purpose whatever M we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice P I Rubt L I I workI r t Dar always whose life warning W L Ilutchins Wm Cold iron Jas 11 Henry C R Cook TompsonR J II Rigsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rigsby W S Ferguson W L Lawson rt m 1lrs P D Gill j j Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co OOfr 0 0 e O 0 O fr4OO e OO OOOO O C 0 Our Great Gleaning Spring Stock NOW ON All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold Dry Goods Dress Goods Hosiery Gloves FansEtc At Greatly Reduced Prices Joseph Mercantile Co r I Ui1f OJ It ooo I I i I of I f I is Ml f I I I I I x I I I t I IIi I Parasols I I I I I I I I OOOOOOOJoo Tsar t I Outs tS ff Blushing With NEWNESS Our Suits are the Fresh Spring Productsthe best Makers 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 Mens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leather and White high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to suit everybody H T LOGAN I I I I I li r W i iat J l r ttttttttttt Canva- ssQ I Home vs Outside Industries Should home town industries be pro tectedAre opera houseshighschoolshotes public libraries churches doctors etc desirable in your immediate neighbor hoodWhat is the opera house for For public entertainments Good entertainments cost money Destroy the home town i and the home town spirit and dies With the town gone the people go Who will then pay for first class public entertainments Who will then support the high schoolWho will patronize first class hotels Who will keep up the churches What first class preacher or doctor gatherings and languishes i KILLS DROPOF Tobacco Worms Potato Bugs Effectively Ecoaonilcally ud Quickly The most practical and economical dis drypowdersorchard or Endorsed by thousands of tobacco andpotato growers as the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man walks applicationOne good agent wanted for each OUR LIsT of Seasonable Seeds Sprayers Bellows etc man Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KEN1UCHY Insecticides gives satisfaction No paint can give more No man can expect more S W P is a satisfactiongiving paint The materials that enter into it the care with which it is made the men who make it everything m it are of the satisfactiongiving kind It never disap points Always does the work it is expected to do Costs least Does most Color cards free IE McROIBIEIlTS E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kern per Cash PEOPLES BANK INCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 400000 THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT connectedwith to SOLD BY R I II s M COY RGGUYN J B WOODS W C FISH Leggetts Champion DRY POWDER GUNS r will come to a dead town They will go where the people are Where are the people going To large cities WIn Because too many persons are sending their money to the large cities When money goes to large cities the good teachers good preachers good doctors follow to get the money The result will be poor teachers in your home schools poor preachers in your doctors that you are afraid to em ploy druggists who cant fill a pre scription safely Can you expect first class profession al men to remain in your locality when you send your money to the city No When you patronize mall order hous es you play into the city plutocrats moneyyour churches EVER 1 I DIRE RS=D L FRY R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS WOODSE L Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I II DUSTER Of course you want we have the Swellest Linei- n Central Kentucky mS 0000 Io ID B o ThB LATEST STYLES I MilliNERY I 1 I SALLIE D fILLET 0 X Yljjl ill i purse How By killing home driving skillful doctors and teachers to the city because they cant allord to stay with you You deprive your children of good teachers your wife and daughters of social life your entire family of good medical service and religious turning over all these benefits to the city man Js the city man than you Is he to haye and expert professional service and you to take wHats left Buy at home and keep your money in your home town Unless you do you will soon have no town no respect able schools no churches no social pleasures Just humdrum routine like horses and cows industries opportunity better entertainments This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing X tions and j Domestic Recipes V always Scientifically and V Conscientiously Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by al men for their collars h given at this If you want evidence senr us a trial bundle Wr will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky R KinnairdI- NSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters GlobNorth f k r x cc I WHO fILLS YOUR I PRESCRIPTIONS 2 Igfl I5 Phvsic Prescrip I t X I KWSFISH Paint Lick Ky I OCOOOO 5 I AIna Lire Ins Co ofHartfor COD e s e 4 ins Compounded e beat Lau e reset iIl o Owil om a e ndr lee igSNTRAL REQGRp LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Kj at Matt Matter Lancaster Ky June 2 1905 The excessive use of tobacco is said to injure the hearing You will have to speak very loud to impress this fact upon the habitual users of the weed They would rather go stone deaf than forego the delightful sensations of nic otine King Edward of England is a clock fancier He has a collection number ing 2000 He ought to be able to keep his numerous appointments to enter tainments and other functions He certainly ought to know the value of time A Vermonter has discovered a new cure for dyspepsia It is a wood pulp bottom for pies absorbing the moss ture and rendering the pie annocuous Pieeaters will fall to with greater than ever This weather it is presumably that has caused the failure of a shirt waist manufacturing firm in Fort Wayne PUEAU11EI1SV1LLB Born to the wife of Mr J F Payne a 10 lb boy Miss Ella Thompson was in Danville last week Mrs W O Cummins has been visiting friends in Madison county Ilutchins Rogers sold a horse to Hamilton Dunlap for 880 J II Rigsby bought a horse from Elun of Crab Orchard for 75 F Jordan and son Willie have gone to JobnsviHe tospend a few days Mr Smiley Walker and family were visiting Mr and Mrs G A Brown Mr J G Pepples and family were L C King and family at Hubble Sunday D E Anderson lost a horse lass week vhich he had just bougnt from J M Cress for 8145 The Misses McA lister of Crab Or chard have been visiting Miss Hallie Brown for a few days- J H Thompson sold some hogs to W II Brown for 41 per lb J M Cress sold 72 to same at Sets per lb J B Ilutchins and wife were visit ing their brother Rev Win C Hutch ins and family the first of the week Miss Virgie Worrel of Flat Woods pent Sunday with Mrs Ragan and says she will leave for the Indian Wednesday where she will teach She is well qualified and no one stands higher in the community than she does All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee r Millet Hungarian Kallir corn Cow peas whips or anything you may need in field seed Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Son Uncle Moaten Cobb is some better Tom Hicks bought of Cecil Broadus a horse for 70 Forest Curtis and family visited L L Sanders last week A little girl has come to the home Mr and Mrs Oda Harden C M Moberly sold a cow and calf Mr Mend Teater for 28 C S Sanders bought of Sam Duncan his interest in the grist mill Mr John Preston of Jessamine has been visiting Mrs Gabe Preston Mr and Mrs Win Moberly are rejoic ing over the arrival of a little boy Mr and Mrs W B Wilson and little daughter Fannie were the guests of Mrs Mary Preston last week Eld Hall of Lexington will preach at Scotts Fork next Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday night Messrs L M Crutchfield and Leslie neater visited at Beuna Vista Sunday and attended church at Browns Married at the home of her mother Mrs Rosa Pester Miss Melia Teater and Mr Lowery Speaks Thursday at 3 oclock G W Thompson olliciating We extend congratulations to the All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee- or Golden Millet Hungarian Kaffir corn cow peas whips or anything you may need in field seed Phone us tf H A B Marksbury Son FLAT WOOD Geo Miller bought a work mare for 850Mr Ben Cormney visited home folks SundayMr Mrs Will Lawson visited his father at Cedar Creek Sunday Ross of Paint Lick bought 20 fat hogs at 4 75 per hundred from W H Furr Miss Willie Cormney has returned from a delightful visit at Stanford and Lancaster Miss Myrtle Cormney and Mrs W H Furr visited Mrs G H Patten of Crab Orchard Wednesday 3No Secret About It It is no secret hat for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buck ens Arnica Salve It didnt take ong to cure a bad sore I had and it is a J K for sore eyes writes DL Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at McRob erts drug store 1m I z 1 7 Is4ieef tfcrkt 0 LOG FiJ1 J1rr voracity l r Mrs R Sunday visiting Territory SiONE o to Chapel happycouple Mr R 1 t Second Ctass S S D olden C 4 Mrs John Maycs is very sick at this writing Miss Maddelle King is at home from Jessamine Institute- A T Scott had a stock sale Saturday at which everything sold well- Born to the wife of Howard King on the 10th a son christened Overton Mr Chas Spillman and wife were of Mrs Mary Spillman Sunday Miss Virginia King is one of the fair graduates at College this week Misses Addle Carter and Halfie of Jessamine were with Mrs Virgil Scott last week Rev Jones of London preached at Mt Olivet Sunday and is visiting old friends here this week Mr and Mrs Burgess of Indiana who are visiting their daughter near here attended church here Sunday The protracted meeting at the Chapel conducted by Revs Young and Jolly closed with two adaitions Every one was delighted with the preaching of Rev Young The pie social given at the close of Miss Dunns school here Friday even was quite a success Miss Mittie is very much lilted here and the hope to secure her services anoth er year All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Kaflir corn cow peas whips or may need in field seeds Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Son McCKEAIlY W T West and family of Lancaster visited at J B Bournes Sunday Mrs Marion Calico and daughter Miss Zula visited friends in Madison last week Miss Mae Broaddus who has been attending school at Midway returned house last week Miss Lissie Ham who has been at tending school at Burnside is expect ed home in a few days Mr and Mrs John Curd and nieces Mary Edna and Ruby of Mercer vis ited parents last week Eld F M Tinder will begin a series of meeting at Antioch church on night the uth of June He will be assisted by Bro Williams Miss Cleo Royce celebrated her 13th birthday Saturday the 27th About 25 of her friends were invited and an elegant dinner was served Each guest left a token of remembrance of the happy day and wishing liar many more days just as happy All kinds of seed for sale Tennessee or Millet Hungarian corn peas whips or anything you may need in field seed Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Son Rev A J Pike visited the family of W T Watson last week Mr Sam Prathers friends are glad to see him able to be out again Mrs McWhorter and children of Brodhead visited her father Uncle last week J B Parks delegate attended the S S convention at Lancaster last Sat urday and reports an excellent tune Brother E P Foley preached last Saturday evening at Freedom and lira Pike Sunday morning at eleven oclock Mr and Mrs Hugh daugh ter Miss Hattie of Madison attended church here last Sunday and visited Mr Joe Ross W L Lawson bought of Uncle Joe Simpson a fat cow for 825 also from Mrs Zack Simpson 1 heifer W A Wheeler several head from 3Jc to 4ct All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Kallir corn cow peas whips or anything you may need infield seed Phone us tt H A B Marksbury Son LOWELL Mr Willie Scott of this place is in Hamilton Miss Myrtle Spratt has gone to Owensboro to visit her brothers Mrs Mary Dunn of Bryantsville is visiting her son Mr Jessie Dunn Mr Walter Smith of Jelico is visit ing his wife at her fathers Mr Jesse ParksMr and Mrs John Harden spent a few day last week with relatives at Miles Landing Mr and sister Miss Ida Mae have gone to Pennsylvania to visit their sister Mrs John Bettis Capt Douglass and wife and two beautifull children of Knoxville Tenn have been visiting at Mr J R Hender sonLittle Miss Sallie Belle Howe who has been visiting her grand mother has returned to her hums at Dunn cannon Miss Bessie White and three nieces Bertha Lucile and Margaret Tutt have returned from a very pleasant visit to relatives in Richmond All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee of Golden Millet Hungarian Kafllr corn cow peas whips or anything you may need in field seed Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Son The Children Favorite For Coughs Croups Whooping Cough etc One Minute Coughs Cure is the childrens favorite This is be causeit no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm 7 r JApt1 Monday Dean I patrons anytning you the latters Monday Golden u many S- Creech Gayley per th and of III t r I l fif tu guests Campbell Iligerman fat 1 Rail cow C NINA and at4c S Mike NA contains Jfs J t i 1 J SEEDS m Gorn Minot Cane and all kind of Field se g Custom Grinding ds I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Cull and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than ship tuff Any class of Feed you may need GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will prompt attention Your busi ness appreciatedI haveI I Banks Hudson V c 8g Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands 55 W tg Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points W 0Wire Pence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS the MARKET We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster ft M ROMANS 1 CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING II and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You A Can Get An Underwood 7 mBuggy Harness Wagon Zings Wagon 0 It ELMORE i IZlWt1JJO 9IOAO zyI u ox f Is iJj IPMliJ fiImi tiJ iJj m IiII tiJiJjJm COOOO OO I Iv I p 0 kinds 4- Harness f 4 0 0 c a fot3 JOQo 1- J 0 1 Pait 1 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 The Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky Y X y Sl V t Underwood Typewriter Co 2 X i First Grand Prize St louis Worlds Fair In Order to get ready for MID SUMMER GOODSwill cloSe out all TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED BLASTS at COSTWe have all the Newest Latest Styles and Best Gocdsforl933t moasy Coma and see before buying 9 ooeoOCCCC X nrnr rUrrnrrn er F LEAjUjUjUiUlijUjUjUjUmjUjU yk 11111f 11f i1P1111t1111111111111111111UiiPliPli1111111 MRSu wuiwu u wutuuwwuuu C L w L U BARGlNSIn IBUGOIE BUGGY HARNESS MOUNT ELKIN I t 1 i 8L I Ill About People e A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings LyThose tY Arc Interested In Miss Irene Romans is at home from Richmond college Harry McWhorter was in Mt several days this week Mrs Ike Arnold and son visited friends in Paint Lick Sunday Mr Ike Dunn and wife of Bryants ville were visitors len Saturday Mrs N Miller and son William vis ited friends in Cincinnati Sunday Mrs George Mclloberts returned Sunday to her home in Covington Master J C Hemphill is in Danville visiting his aunt Mrs F D Gaines Misses MinnieGulley and Edna Scott are visiting Mrs J B Soper Miss Dove IIarris of Lexington is visiting her sister MrsSim Anderson Misses Margaret and Joan Mount were visitors at Ilyxttsville the past week Mrs Juliet Rogers and little son Joseph were visitors in Danville Sat urday Mrs IIinternish of Cincinnati is the guest of her daughter Mrs Miller Miss Ethel Dunn has returned from Midway where she has been attending school Little Miss Mary Gaines has return ed from a visit to relatives at Gum SulphurMrs 0 Dunlap and little baby Eugenia are spending several weeks in CincinnatiMrs Patterson is spending a few days at the home of her nephew G M Patterson Mrs Banks Hudson and little Miss Porter Scott Hudson are In Lexington visiting relatives Miss Jessie Duty entertained a few friends Friday evvening in her usual charming manner Mrs J E Stormes has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Arthur Hub bard of Covington Miss Van Greenleaf who has been the guest of Miss Frankie Kauilman has returned to Richmond Miss Elizabeth Hoover of Nicholas ville is the guest of Miss Margaret Mount Lexington avenue Mr William Lear presented his daughter Miss Bessie Mae with a beautiful saddle mare bought of Mr I Mr and N I I Vernon i i I i r Flannery for Judge R A Burnside has recovered sulliciently from his wound and was able to go to Louisville yesterday Miss Ada Dickerson has returned from Xicholasville fully restored to health She has for her trimmer Miss Keim of Cincinnati A Hammond of Hubble is spending a few days in Lexington and attending the graduation of her daughter Miss Flonnie who won the highest honors of her class Doctor and Mrs Dick of Crab Orchard Springs Ky announce the engagement of their daughter Jean Yenning Dick to Mr William Moses Monks of Louisville Mrs Belle Burnside is in Monti cello visiting her daughter Miss Willie Belleand to attend the wedding of a former music pupil Miss Edna Ramsey which will take place in June Capt W J Kinnaird who has been spending the winter in Texas is visit lug his parents Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Ills legion of friends are delighted to see him looking so well Messrs JC Ilemphill J R Haselden Jesse Sweeney Gabe Greenleaf Ilaselden Henley Bastin Fred Fris bie and wife and Dr Mac Elliott the Knight Templars conclave Richmond the past week Mr A M Sbely who has been here for several weeks looking after the adjustment of the hemp machine left for his home in Chicago Wednesday While in our little city he has made a number of warm friends among our citizens who congratulate him upon the success of the machine They have also enjoyed his stay very much and trust that he will visit our town frequently While in Lancaster Mrs Susan S Fessenden was the guest of Mrs G M Patterson who entertained at tea In her honor Rev Oney Prof and Mrs Mannix Mrs Maria Kirby Mrs Robt Elkin Misses Amanda Anderson and Eliza Smith While with us Mrs Fes senden not only proved herself to be a most logical and entertaining speaker but a woman of fine Christian who won all hearts by her gracious womanly ways The Garrard County Republican Committee is hereby called to meet in the County Court room in the city of Lancaster Ky Saturday June 3rd at 2 oclock p in for the purpose of con sidering nominations for county offices for the ensuing November election and to take such action as the com mittee deems aavisable All candi dates will appear and present their claims at this meeting This May 24 1905 R II Batson Chm 175 Mrs G Joe S attended in character J E Cj 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 Jet Any of The Sot LAWN Well we have some for you TO THEDo you need a pair of Pants We have just received new line of them ranging in price from Qc TIE Logan Dry Goods Co rilX01JfJJ lfjJr r Jll ll10Xr4 I I Wi 1 I saved 1 LEN 4 E I 1 l lZJll t c r p 01 i up- I ot- i Mr B F Robinsph wan hero last week buying lambs Mr Thomas Turner is with relatives near Lancaster this week Jim McWilliams bought a horse of Marion Montgomery price 90 Cut worms have been playing hav oc with the crops in this section Mr Bent IIol comb and family were visitors of Mr J P Ham and wife Several froni here attended the at Camp Nelson Tuesday Mr Jeff Dunn sold a nice buggy horse to Will Vanderpool for 8110 00 Grant Marsee of Marks bury were with friends here Sunday Mrand Mrs Jonah Marsee visited his mother Mrs Nancy Marsee Sur Allen Ray who has been quite sick for some time Is able to be out againMrs Sam Morford who has been quite sick for several weeks is convnle scentMessrs Russel Vanderpool and Joe Duncan visited Miss Loa K Duncan SundayRalph Anderson and Lee Arnold of Lancaster were visiting Miss Bertna Ham Sunday Joe C Turner bought a tract of land containing 4 acres from J E Sherrow for the price 147 50 Leslie Guy and Miss Agnes Grimes of Wilmore were visiting Miss Mavme Grace Adams Sunday Mrs Leonard Nave and children of Flatwoods spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Allen Ray Messrs Morford and Dunn were in Louisville last week buying a new stock of dry goods furniture etc Misses Katie and Bryantsville wqre visiting their uncle Mr John and family Misses Bertha Turner of Uyattsville and Annie Marsee of Lancaster were with Miss Turner Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John Turner of Marks bury and Mr Tom llutchins of Preach ersville were visitors at Mr Joe C Turners Sunday Mrs Henry Burdette has been quite sickMiss Sallie Herring was in Danville ThursdayMr Mrs Sam Haselden were at the Fork Sunday A Bogie bought from Mr Bowen Fox of Danville for 200 Mrs John Turner has returned home after a brief visit to relatives at Cor binMrs Robt Clark and Mr Sol Lawless visited Mrs Nannie Sparks of Hick manC M Jenkins is making arrange ments to have water works put in his houseMiss Aggie Bourne and niece Miss Aggie spent Sunday with Miss Jennie PollardJ sold a cow to Geo Al dridge for 30 and bought of lame a calf for Mrs Jesse Thomas and daughter Al line visited her parents Mr and Mrs Smith Urton Wednesday Mrs W P Tuggle accompanied by her son Mr Joe went to Wayne to see her sister who is very sick Mrs Margaret Naylor Mr and Mrs Bob House and Mrs Will Wadkins have been visitors of Mr George Al dridge and family Mesdames J A Wood M F Rout Richard McGrath and Miss M E Marks bury attended the funeral of Rev R R West at Lancaster last Thursday Resolutions At a called meeting of Camp M D Logan held at the Secretarys office in the Court House in the town of Lan caster Kentucky the following were adopted on time death of Thomas Jefferson Hatcher On the 1st day of May 1905 Com rade Thomas Jefferson Hatcher of M D Logan Camp No 1336 was suddenly stricken by death in the 64 year of his age Comrade Hatcher was a native of North Carolina and during his early manhood in common with of young men of the South he gave his heart and his hand and offer ed his life as asacriiice for the land he loved so well lIe participated fight ing gallantly under the celebrated Stonewall Jackson in all of the battles of the armies of Virginia and was in one of the regiments the command which came so near capturing little Round Top at the great battle of Gettsburg At he was offered the cap taincy of his company but declined the position and continued to fight In the ranks until the close of the war surrendering with Gen Lees Army at Appomatox He was always faithful and true to the cause courageous and ready at all times the close of the war he settled first in Somerset thence removed to Monticello from there to Stanford and had been residing in Lancaster for about ten years Comrade Hatcher was a quiet modest citizen of great industry finally dying at his post of duty and was well beliked by our citizens Our deepest sympathy extended to the family of Comrade Hatcher Resolved that a copy of these resolu tions be published in the Central Rec ord of Lancaster The Interior Jour nal of Stanford and that a be de livered to the family of the deceased and that same be spread On the of this our camp J H Arnold Comdr By J W Hamilton Sec d 11 t decoration and Nelson dayMrs Minnie Sherrow of E Sherrow Sunday Rovesta 4 visitors G a horse 13 county resolutions thousands composing onetIme copy I RAItKSBUILY Important After Icy records fARM j ANI SASBEN FOR LOVERS OF FLOWERS A Scientific Little Arrangement for Keeping Growing Plants Sup plied with Moisture An effective but simple apparatus for keeping growing plants supplied with moisture may be easily contrived This is particularly useful in cases where to the absence of their owner or others plants have for days perhaps weeks to be left without personal Nearly fill a large bowl with water it upon a small table At the owing andplace attention DEVICE FOR WATERING PLANTS foot of the table the plants to be sup plied with water should be grouped as our picture shows For each plant take a length of worsted at one end of which tie a small stone or anything that win act as a weight Soak the worsted a moment in the water and then leaving at the bottom of the bowl the end to which the weight Is attached let the other end of the length of worsted hang down over the bowls edge however take care that the end of the worsted hanging outside comes lower than the bottom of the bowl Doing this you have in reality con structed a syphon and as long as there Is water in the bowl it will by traveling first up the length of worsted that is in side the dotted lines and then down the hanging portion outside slowly drip upon the plants below To be sure that all is in working order It is well to set the appliance working say the day before leaving course the greater the volume of water originally provided and the fewer the lengths of worsted draining from It the longer the supply of water will last Cassells Saturday Journal FALL PLOWING Opinion That It Tends to Rob the Land of Much of Its Fertility The fallbreaking question must be settled by every farmer to suit his own breaking tends to rob the land of much cf its fertility says the Farmers Voice The Rothamstead and other nitrogen during the wet weather of winter and early spring while un broken land that is even sparsely with any green crop loses an in appreciable amount This loss is not so easily detected on our rich prairie soils nor is it so great where the land Is hard frozen for long periods but the question is can we afford to lose any of that element of fertility that costs us 15 cents per pound to restore If we thought that we must break our lands very deeply we would be very much inclined to do the work in the fall early enough to permit of a of wheat or rye We would do this deep breaking preferably in the fall so as to allow the frosts to help reestablish the connection between the upper and the subsoil as regards water supply and would sow the grain to pre serve the nitrogen in the soil and would harrow or disk it under in springAs comebetter to understand the problems connected with agriculture we find that we have in the past done many things that were entirely un necessary to the making of a good crop Some of the best farmers who grow corn after corn on very rich lands have abandoned the practice of breaking as the term Is to mean turning bhe soil with a ploy and merely disk and harrow the sur face in the spring a few days before planting In private experiments we have found this to be preferable to breaking the land with share and mold board plow A DISH DRAINER Device Which Is Simple of Construc tion But a Great Con 7 Particularly bowlsee iL Andof laydown conclusivelythat seeding understo venience allthe covered a one Is shown in the accompanying drawing It is made of a frame of boards the size of the sink on the under side of which is tacked firmly fine wire netting TI e frail vlactd upuu the arid the lUshes placed lottotn side up upon the netting after they have been rinsed in hot Wit ter In this way they will dry quickly and you will not be obliged to wipe them Farm and Home Uncertainty- Twas just the day made that New Year vowT Wt Perchance twill last for aye IV Perchance tis broken now Washington Star Wisdom of a Woman Mrs Hix What makes you look so happy my dear Oh my husband and I have just had an awful quarrel Mrs Hix I fail to see the connection Sirs Dix Why theres a seal skin sack in it when he asks me to him Chicago News maybe sinK other You Mrs r neW forgive pitNTS of all kinds for all i I= We guarantee to give you a better Z TT 63 less IbvxCOIbT than any body in Lancaster FRBSBIES DRUG STORE I F II J fl Business and Bargains Fresh bread at Ximmers restaurant every day tf tf Nice Tomato plants for sale Mrs Emma Grant John Magee has a nice line of John new roofing called Never to not leak tf Lost Monday in Lancaster watch charm bearing initials D D G Re turn to this ollice and receive reward John Magee for rough and Pressed lumber Sash etc al the Robt Stone stand tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp n otf bakes bread every day Gel the best and freshest at your honor NeverWett rooting is per square why pay whenKeverWett will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 10 21 tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A Ko 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 Celiery Sweet Potatoes enough for the county Mauls seed Philadelphia tf Joseph Faulconer For Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on V T West at Post Office 3f Plants Plants Nice Tomato and Sweet Potato plants for sale 5 12 tf Mrs George Smith For Sale Two nice fresh milk cows 2t Mrs R M Campbell Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Store 2 lOot Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices 47tf Romans Elmore We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get our 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 with references Mrs J B Jones 2t Box 73 Crab Orchard Ky Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett Hunga rian and Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H B Northcott 414 All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Kallir corn cow whips or anything you may need in field seeds Phone us tf Marksbury Son v Coal you want and salt you must have so when Iii need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf A team of large bay horses gentle and good drivers Also a comparative ly new two horse wagon made by T and J Murphey Danville Will carry 3000 or 3500 Ibs and a good set of double harness all good as new Ap ply to Pettus Bros 4t Bryantsville Ky A Good Business For sale One store and lot containing 2 acres and 2 poles surrounded on three sides with public road with a new 4 room dwelling a new store room 30x30 ft and cistern The lot will sell at 8800 with first cost for good Possession given to suit purchaser For full par elculars call on Simpson Jackson 62 tf Nina Ky All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Katlir corn cow peas whips or anything you may need in field seeds Phone us tf H A B Marksbury Son If in a kind of billious mood You wish an aid to digest food No other pilles is half as good As Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY Risers cure Constipation Sick Head ache Billiousness etc They never gripe or sickenbutimpart early rising energy Good for either children or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Iud saysNo use talking De Witts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long SQUght relief They are sold byR E McRoberts lm him a tf Wet guaranteed t is durable Yo it Go to ons Zimmer bakery tf 100 200 Henry Possess- Ion For Rent Drug nAB For Sale DeWitts groceries give tr order Mi a has a Tax Notice City tax 1J05 are now due and the city needs the tax and must have the money S D tf Tax Collector Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 47 tf 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 value for less money than anybody in Lan easter Frisbies Drug Store 4t We are enlarging our ware room and jetting in the largest stock of vehi jles ever in Lancaster If you need a Buggy surrey runabout or wagon we nave them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling lowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets on special Write at once for and maps to Iitv F SCIIWCQEL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Cincinnati O Coal salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the sell times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in quan tity and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf For Sale Two nice fresh milk cows 2t Mrs R M Campbell Homescekers 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 Cadiliao Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and St Helens Tickets are limited 15 days from the dare 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 Ruth well geranium information BId anythingat 11 J R Columbia e For sale Seed Oats Call on J C Ileuiphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky 3 10tf Measures for clothing taken in tf Joseph Hughes Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest 4 14tf H B Northcott We guarantee our paint not to peel chalk blister or come off for live years If it does it 4t Frisbies Drug Store ofhouse210tf Tomatoes and early plants now ready to transplant tf Joseph Faulconer Cheap Fuel Cods delivered 35c a load 2t Banks Hudson For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Hear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing- I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all kinds in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satisfac tion guaranteed Store at Thompsons old stand Danville street 62 tf Ike P Thompson We have just received a fresh of wire fence which we are going to sell Get our price on this We mean business add will sell you ip 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 He has a fine lint of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf Gold Medal Tailors We arc agents for Mr Mark G Har ris who has taken grid medals on his tailormade goods and has a patent on slnulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Chi cago Hughes Joseph Agts are DryGoods sellingSacks we upaint to time froM i ill repaint free arge f carload the Such a perfect can only be found at our store i You will find this to be so by just paying us a I High Standard Paints High Grade Var V nishes Stains Painters Supplies Mime Stationary GIBBONS 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 Bros visitLawe IJros BAKER for BREAD for 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give it to mel to brisk and fresh in the morning lack of appetite pallor muddy poor these indicate a disordered stomach and bad in adults and children too also indicate the urgent need of taking Greens August Flower regu a few days JItsa reliable old remedy forall Stomach troubles never fails to cure dyspepsia and chronic constipation and a tonic for 11 QTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by It Mclloberts Our Northern neighbors never tire of criticising Kentuckians in a good natured manner for using the shin youall instead of the plural you There are Kentuckians who have succeeded in overcom lug it but no true Kentuckian should wish to eliminate this provincialism for the betterment of his English Youall is an expression which comes the grammar but from the heart The grammarian tells that you is singular and you is plural but when such a little word used in a plural sense there is the possibility that some one will the meaning Because of our Connecticut friends say you folks or you people and some Westerners say you fellows Nearly everyone employs a provincialism rather than say you when himself to more than one person Certainly you all is not less and is much more than you people or you folks or you fellows- I want you all to come to dinner or I shall open a keg of nails in a few minutes and I want you all to be pres ent conveys the meaning which a truly hospitable person wishes to I want you to take a drink with me might be misunderstood notwithstanding the natural inclina tion of the thirsty to consider included in all invitations The Kentuckian says you when he wishes the girl to understand that so far as he is concerned the of the earth is composed of one girl one man and steen million per sons who do nut count This use of the word Itstrict ly singularWhen Kentuckian wants every one to participate in a celebration he he makes no apology to critics of his English S strong So when Mamma needs more they In high And shout YouAll perhaps not from U misconstrue addressing euphonious comprehensive convey themselves population Is sulllclent to make wants you all to come and glee coca flexion i thi I As 11s or respritr to the Veterans Reunion the Hen derson Route is distributing a beauti ful three color print entitled The Man In Gray which is receiving widespread admiration throughout the ent re South The picture which is printed from an extra line etchingreproduced from an original drawing by Mr Robert M Ilooe the celebrated artist of the Louisville Curler Journal is 16x22 inches and is printed on the enamel ed paper sufileiently heavy for the un framed but equally suitable for fram lug It is executed in the three cardinal colors of the Confederacy gray blue and a white background and has been rightly termed by critics a gemThey are enclosed in strawboard mailing tubes for safe transmission by mail thus avoiding any possibility of breakage and insuring safe delivery Send live red stamps to L J Irwin Louisville Ky for this beautiful re production and after you receive it whether you are from the North or out of the South you will bean thusiastic admirer of the Hero of the Gray is in its torments like dying of con sumptlon The rrogress of consump tion from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had 5n the first stage writes Win Myers ofCearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctors in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfect y cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Postively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Me Rob erts Drugstore price 50c and 100 a lottle Trial bottle free 1m JiuJitsu Experiments Snodgers do you understands the science of juijitsu- s Slightly How interesting Cant you shows me an experiment I believe so Oh please do Very well Pray stand here Miss Flirtleigh Yes Now I will place my right arm about your waist so Yes And my left arm about your shoul Yes And now if you struggle you can not get away until I release my grip This Is the best jiu jitsu experiment I know of Wonderful Ex II 1110 Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney as that of C F Collier of Chero kee la but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however 1 found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaran teed by R E Mclloburts druggist price 50c 1m BHU i I lo dt off I redon I I Iy111g 01 FUJIIllle II dersso disease rrlug Confederate eras consumption Boot on California 65 paw ti i i tii HI T ecnbs California and the ruutu there Chi cago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific line This is the route of The Overland Limited Union Passenger Chicago G 05 p M daily Arrives San Francisco the third day in time for dinner California books sent for G cent postage F A General Passenger Agent Chicago or S Howell 381 Broardway New York It looks very much like the are conspiring to prevent the farmers from planting a record beaking land impoverishing price killing crop of tobacco this year While we do not believe it is probable that an over production will result this year if ever again but such a ca lamity is possible especially if tile bluegrass counties go tobacco crazy as they did some years ago If the far mer will be consistent and plant only the usual acreage or less sacrifice quantity he will make more money with less labor and at the same time save his land Dover News A tad Scare Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache billiousness costive ness etc Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store only 2oc Try them 1m Indians Explanation of the Trinity There are about five thousand Indi ans in the Maakcnzledistrictof whom at least four thousand five hundred arc Christians Sometimes their faith is tested by occasional travelers A missionary fresh from that territory relates the following of how one Icdian explained his faith After being ridiculed about his reli gion for some time by a white man whom he was carrying down thin river in a canoe the Indian without a word in reply pushed his canoe alongside the snowcovered ice dropped his pad die and taking up his hatchet heaped the snow then cut a square in the ice Lifting out the ice he exclaimed See See water see ice see snow Put in kettle boll all one You dont know I dont know believe just the Uiiiilltr vs Humility Hard musics and strong body do not depend on the quality of food you eat but on Its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat re the condition of and convey the nutrient prop erties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system Kodol cures Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach Weak Heart etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national destined to eventually work i wonderful and lasting benefit to suffer ers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold oy R E McRoberts lm Its easier to follow the races than it is to get ahead of them Asmall mansshadow is just as black as that of a great man I Station W uality at same II gardless of the stomach diseaseDyspep siais II and Miller for Northern Dyspepsia Opportunities in California upOurduring the 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 field over 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return May i 2 3 9 10 11 12 13 29 30 3i June i August 6 7 8 9 10 n 12 13 daysRateist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa and other points California only 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist sleeping cars to California every trains carry standard sleepers UnionPassenger Complete information sent free on receipt of coupon with blank filled W S HOWELL Eastern Agent 381 Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO Gen Name Street address City State Probable destination CALIFORNIA I tl + Ir P Jr- ktit Lt 1 Po 1iJV IPJl I IMPROVING A FARM HOUSE How to Change a Low PoorlyVen tilated Building Into a Really Attractive Abode About the country are thousands of plain onestory houses similar in ap pearance to that shown in cut Such houses have low poorlyventilated chambers and are very unattractive in appearance They can be made much more comfortable to live in and much nn THE OLD FARMHOUSE more pleasing to the eye at small by the plan shown The wide dormer window will greatly improve the chambers giving air anti light from another side of the house while enlarging the chamber room The addition of the veranda in front adds greatly to the appearance of the house expense SAME HOUSE IMPROVED and will give much added comfort In hot weather An open veranda at the back will often be found feasible Whatever makes ones house more attractive and more comfortable in creases by so much its selling price if one should wish to sell for buyers are quick to appreciate these features So the improvement of the farmhouse be comes a profitable investment though improvements ought not to hinge upon this for a man owes it to himself and to his family to make his home as pleasant and as comfortable as possible Farm and Home PRESERVING FRESH MEATS If Canned According to Directions Beef and Pork Can Be Kept for Many Months With the following methods the housewife can keep meat from time fresh and sweet for months The meat should not be long exposed to the air but used as soon as it is cold and firm Slice the steak or frying meat sprinkle the bottom of quart fruit cans freely with salt pepper and the least perceptible dash of pulverized saltpeter and borax borax is used freely in meat packing houses Put in a layer of sliced meat sprinkle with salt pepper etc as before fill to within an inch of the top with layers of seasoned meat pressing each down very firmly leaving no Season the top layer more freely and fill cans to the brim with softened not melted lard hermetically seal put in paper bags keep dark and cool Meat so canned in February was sweet and nice In August Cut boiling and baking pieces Into small sections pack in large stone crocks press down and season as before but more freely filling all interspaces with bits of meat dropped in saltCover with lard to the depth of an inch will keep until May or June Slice side pork or what is usually kept in brine pickle fry and season as If for present use and pack in large jars covering as before Will keep the year around and taste like fried fresh pork Well seasoned sausage packed in the same manner will keep until early summer Slice ham from the bones remove the rind and the dark rough edges of the slices pack solidly In jars and cover an inch deep with lard Will keep Indefinitely Whenever meat is taken from any of these Jars immediately warm the lard strain and return to the jar SL Louis GlobeDemocrat ALL AROUND THE FARM Drive slowly the first hour after a mealLight and dryness destroy fungus growthsThorough grooming cleanses the hide as well as the hair Dropping deprived of the urine lose the larger share of the potash they con tainIt is always ruinous to dispose of any branch farming when prices are unsat isfactoryGenerally the smaller the farm tha better the cultivation and the greater the profit for the expenditure The dirt and sweat which on the horses during the day should never be allowed to remain on over night are two things a farmer can never have enough of one is feed the other is manure Feed makes manure if fed to stock on the farm If the has to travel a surface and takes a good deal of time to fill her stomach the time and energy expended will cause a reduction In the flow of milk American Tribune Time to Select Corn The fall of the year is the time to select the seed corn and this should be stored In a place that will keep dry and yet not evaporate its moisture too much Must Confess Before In Sweden confession Is necessary be fore capital punishment can be carried out If however the culprit persists in protesting his innocence in the face it overpowering evidence the prison dis cipline is made strict anu se vere until the desired confession is jb talned Codex Psalmarum Sold The sum of was paid at a Lon don auction the other day for a Codex Psalmarum of the year 1459 of which only 20 copies were orginally printed butchering air- spaces accumulate cow 20000 j overlarge Execution extremely KododAsk for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by E McROBERTS LancasterR Ky How to Avoid Germ Diseases Strengthen the Stomach and Digestion and You Will Keep Well I by germs it is the poison with a weak stomach who succumbs lirst If you suffer with pains or distress after eating headache belching of gases sour food a bad taste in the mouth dizziness pains in the heart specks before the eyes and a general feeling of dispondency and weakness you should get well at once by germdisease strengthening the stomach with Mi o na Just one small tablet out of a fifty cent box before eating and your digestive system will become so strong that you will be the embodi ment of good health and spirits and need fear no germ diseases Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Miona it costs nothing unless it cures The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 SUIIPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Pr Ident JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes II Kinnaird LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKKI Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold o z493 e o G 6 C 2 o o t 2 W O b I 0000000000OCOOOOO JO JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS 4 0 o 0 st 0 0 8 0 t0 iC A Q 000000000 GJ0000000000000000000000000t 9 Fortunes in Farms in the Southwest I i I I Spring Catarrh Changeable Weather Cause IHacaac Breathe llyomcl and Cure Catarrh The changeable weather ot Spring with its warm days and cold nights is responsible for a great Increase in the number of cases of catarrh It is now that Ilyomei the only guaranteed treatment for catarrhs that cures with out stomach dosing should be used in every home Ilyomei is a scientific method by which pure air Impregnated with Na tures own remedies for the cure of catarrh be inhaled by every suf ferer in his or her home Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit its healing volatile antiseptic fragrance reaches the lungs and air passages as no stomach dosing possibly can do It cat 1t DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe bottle contains 2H times the trial size which sells for 50 cent MBPASED ONLY AT THE LA3ORATOK E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL DYSPEPSiA CURE 100 OF S There are still many chances for the Farmers that know good Firm Land in Texas Oklaho ma and Indian Territory Join one of the Frisco Excursions and see for yourself Excursion rates first and third Tuesday of each month I I I i For Further Information Write General Passenger Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo Assets Jan 1 1905 390060200 Insurance in Force Jan 1 1903 31923000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date Of issue Payment of prumium the only co dition 2 Automatically premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request of defaultafter the payment of mum Choicebetween Extended Insurance and paidup Insurance after two years premiums have been paid 3 In case of death during the period of automatic Extended Insurance no deduction for premium is made 4 5 per cent at any time after policy has been in fort two years 5 Absolutely free fruits condititions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death 6 Several options in settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic benefit if insured does not moire a selection 7 Payment immediately upon receipt and approval of proofs of death in one sum or in a selected number of instalments at option of insured Privi lege of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in fqrce If you will till out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to sub mit for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a per son of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life in your Company on this plan for time sum of 1 was born on the day of 18 Name Address I I assoon asone In case one prem Loansat n J oooodoooooaoooooooaoooooooooooaoooooooooaaaooooo0000000000 oooooao oo nonforfeitable gives immediate relief and makeslast ing cures Proof that the Hyomei treatment will do all that is claimed for it is found in the guarantee under which R E McRoberts s it an agree ment to pay back the price if the purchaser can say that Ilyomei has not given satisfaction Complete out tit extra bottles 50c The Salve That Penetrates DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve pene trates the pores of skinand by rubifocient and healing influ ence it subdues imllammation and and cures Bolls Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin di seases A specific for blind bleeding Itching and puotruding Piles Time orlgnal and genuine Witch Hazel is made by E De Witt Co by R E McRoberts lm el 100 II Its antiseptic Salve Many people who arc neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble hoping it will war awny are drifting towards Uri hts Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the kid neys so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kid neys out the impurities from the blood as it passes matter is carried by the circulation trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and a fatal malady It is pleasant to take and the whole system Low to Find Out You can easily determine if your neys are out of order by setting aside for 21 hours a bottle of the urine passed arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your are and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should at once G BCurhans Testifies After Four Years C 0 Burtians of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote yon stating that I hart born entirely cured of n severe kidney tak mr loss than two bottles of Kidney Cure it entirety stoi iH J the brick dust sediment anti rain und symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never bad a return of any of those the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to tiy cured and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one sufleriiur from kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes SOn and 1GO SOLD AND RECO iENDEQ BY For sale bv CC JE Stormes Cynical Which do you think counts for the rucst in life money or brains Well answered Miss Cayenne I see so many people who manage to with so little of either that I am beginning to lose my respect for both Washington Star A Fair Average Parson fishing for compliment I am afraid your grace was rather wearied by my sermon this morning Bishop It was rather long certainly but as it had neither breadth nor depth I suppose we have no right to complain Ally Sloper A Neutral Mudson Are you going to write and congratulate Jnppings on his marriage Smarte Well no I think not You see I dont know the lady so that I cant very well felicitate him and I know him too well to be able to congratulate her Ally Sloper A Correct Diagnosis Little Elmer Papa what is a perfect gentlemanProf A perfect gentle man my son is a man who when you start to tell him your troubles does not break in and try to tell you his Puck A Raise Whats your daughter Katie doing Shes in a store Is she doing well Oh yes she got a raise in salary week from 466 to J4C9 Yonkera Statesman He Was Only a FigureHead having gained your consent I presume I must ask your fathers permission permission No in Made a Hit But Publisher I cant see anything in that manuscript of yours Struggling Author I presume not but you know some of your readers may be more intelligent TitBits Shed Made Tip Her Mind the Rev Mr Prahard going to accept the call to that rich living Jonks He says that he has not yet but his wife has commenced pack Sloper The Scene of theRobbery Jack stole something right under her very nose and she mind really It was a kiss Puck t Suspicious got a surprise in store for you dear right but I hopeits not In tho fivecent store States 111f1G IIT 1 DISEASE t fOLEYS 11 yJl DrI kidneysdo causingdizziness etc- H ling I I Foley et- on department HaroldDearest r MarieFathers deedmothersJudge JinksIs l tI- ng upAlly DollyWhat dId DickNo HeIvE SheAll man 7 kids betaken trout le symptoms durtag lasts decided Yonkers V