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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 30 1905 J TIlE OENTRAL RECORDYEW NUMBER Z c tirrz erarrr 73 Youll Never Miss 1 the WiTER til iRuns title of an old familiar You hud better mwrd a Usiinst missing the water by having us Fix lour Guttering I I make assurance e J doubly sure by having f us install a system of 4 Water Works We are agents for DH Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stuck and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious I Hamilton Dunlap r I Is r I n r lJ 1J RI tr I I I I I p I I LSuccessors to Co I n J Beazley Undertaket Well Divas the I I MtWJ a Will J18eaziey a 0 B ti 3 I l mlmhnil1g Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock undertakers Parlor o n Danvillc street above Presbyterian church Phone 111 O CH U T SESl CINCINNATI 6 Cost leastWear Best 7 j rDllilD II Swinebrond Attorneys at Law Lancaster L Stormes stow 1 RL DAVIDSON Law Office over Police Conrt room trtmpt to business CHRIS FARIS tI tVCP ill ant Cayll3 just use PRt5 BootsSloesRubbers Salesman E C BO dS 0 II Swhebroud fierndon Keutnckyo- mlice over drug ivYOY k AttorneyAt anent i wr4 a 3 DI c l5 Dentist Office oer Thompous store st J t H Jj jji 3 Farmers Read This We have been informed that it has been circulated over the county that we are not in the trade for Corn Wheat Rye Oats etc We desire to contradict this report and say to our friends that we arc in the market for ALL KINDS OF GRAIN and pay market value for same We also wish to state in this connection that we will be in the market for New Wheat and as heretofore pay the highest market price Please remember also we keep all kind of Held seed such as Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass C Peas Millet and Hungarian seed tfx II A B Marksbury Son f i Local Notes Our friends the advertisers take utf most of our space this week We sorry to say this very seldom happens Sunday Services at Hubble I Eld F M Tinder will at Ilu ble next Sunday night oclock IJn stead of in the Thl change is only for that f There was not a in town Monday and it w the est court day in years ifie farmers were busy with their Rain has caused touch with the wheat harvest and i is feared i some will be lest The have been taking advantage of oppor tunity to cut Our usual summer union services open next Sunday evening at the church Notice will be given Sun day morning as to who will preach the introductory sermon 1C James familiarly known to in Kentucky as Bud was here Monday mingling with his many Garrard county friends He will bring a string of Jine horses to the Lancas ter fair and heres hoping he will get tile blue tie in every ring he enters Doctors Medical Society The June meeting of the Garrard County Medical Society was held in Ir Kinnairds ollice last Thursday evening Dr A J McXees read a pope on Phychic Influence as a Theraueu tic Agent which was very interest ing and scientific Fair Catalogue All the copy for Lancaster Fair cata loguc was not given to this ollice until lust of this week Those who know anything about printing will realize how we will have to rush to get it out It is a big job and requires much time but we will be Outhespot and deliver the this week Every prominent horse man in this section of the state has written for premium lists and stated that he will attend the Lancaster fair and bring his best string of horses Those who ought to know predict the best show of stock ever given in Central Remember the dates July 13 14 and 15 and WellKnown In Garrard Stanford Journal mother of Mrs II D Aldridge died at her home on East Main street yes terday of complication of troubles aged about 70 The burial will occur at Fork church in Garrard county at oclock this afternoon Mrs Norris was a splendid old lady and her death will cause sadness wherever she was known Decoration Services Sunday The Lancaster Odd Fellows will hold decoration services next Sunday afternoon The brothers will at the hall at 2 oclock slurp At oclock Bro F M Tinder will deliver a discourse at the Christian church after which the lodge will proceed to the Cemetery and place Moral designs upon the graves of departed members The public is cordially invited to Colored Fair in Lancaster The leading colored people of Garrard and Lincoln counties have joined and will Hold a three days fair in Lancaster Aug 24 25 and 20 The promoters have held similar exhibi lions during the past three years and each has proven quite successful William Junes of Lincoln county is president and W II Haris of Garrard is secretary The fair will be held in Moss woods on Lexington street and liberal premiums offered Catalogues will be printed in a few days Mr Chumbley Resigns Rev C M Chumbley tendered his resignation as pastor of the Lancaster Presbyterian church some weeks it did not go tutu effect until last Sunday when he preached his final ser mono Mr Chumbley has had charge of the Lancaster church for several years and has made many warm friends who dislike very much to see him leave He is a splendid preacher and a man of exceptionally tine He has several offers but has not yet decided upon a kcition His wife and children left for his home in Virginia last Friday and Mr Chum bley will join them there in a few days The Kentucky Editors At a meeting of executive of the Kentucky Press Association held at Seelbachs in Louisville last was decided to abandon the usual summer junket and spend an entire week at some prominent watering place A representative from Grayson Springs was present and made the boys many Haltering offers to come there but lIon Clarence E Woods extended an invitation from Mr Willis of Crab Orchard Springs and this lovely resort was chosen The date is July 24 and the editors will have a business session each morning devoted to amusement and recreation Over hundred of the bestknown men in the state will attend the meeting arid will be accompanied by their wives sisters or sweethearts as the case may be a profitable and royal good time will be enjoyed f t arc pt acll at after Ion da poor fa nets Baptist everyman goods Kentucky Sallie A Norris assemble attend together intellect committee Saturday it the afternoons bHnl one newspaper 1 corp rays guar tuber t able cry J huy comb abut tl t Coming Home This Smmer Ifso have your vacation arranged that you can be in good old Lancaster wring the fair Everybody in Garrard counties will be here at that time and you will have the pleasure of meeting your old friends atjhe same time witnessing one of county fairs ever held in Special Round Trip Excursions on the C O Asbury Park N J National Association Tickets on sale July 2 limited to July 10 Rates 21 80 Tickets may be extended to August 31 j Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Conventions Tickets on talc July 2 Anil 4 with limit of July 15 Rate 1 pickets may be extended to August 31 Comfort Ya Summer July 14 limit days Rate 12 Wtlantic City X J Summer excur Tickets on sale limited 814 Point Comfort Ya Summer Aug 12 limited 15 days Ra Vful Information regarding above rates call on or address G W Divison Passenger Agent Lexing on Ky tf I The Right Man As and clay councilmen must be is about time the eople were deciding upon the to the latter we have any citizens who will make tine but in selecting a mayor we be more careful and get a man who we know will always be fer improvment the upbuilding of the town and never block what three fourths of the people want We know of no man who will till the bill satisfactorily than will Mr Ed Bishop and we have heard many similar expressions from citizens who are for push and hustle Ed Bishop is a man of fine sense as honest as the day is long and absolutely can swerve him from doing what he believes is for the best Our late mayor Robert Kinnaird was the best one any town ever had He was up to date and the howl of the moss back had not the slightest weight with him Ed Bishop is just such a man and the kind Lancaster needs to pull her out of the sleepy rut into which she has drifted We want no old fogy or know itall mossbacks who are against every proposition brought up for the advancement of Lancaster but select a wide awake progressive young man like Ed Bishop and the people will never regret time r MT JIEIIKON Mr Samuel Morford bought of Mrs Jas Crawford one calf at Miss Lola Scott was the guest of Mrs N T Grow at Judson last week Mr Erastus Brunner of Lock Xo 8 is in the mountains trading this week Mr Russell Vanderpool sold a young horse to Mr Arthur Mortgomery Little Miss Elizabeth Morford spent last week with her grandmother Mrs Isaiah Jackson Mr Howard Pair and wife moved on Mr Cheatlnun s place near Bryants ville last Friday Mr Ambrose Cram of Pendleton county a K S C student was the guest of Miss Mae Scott Sunday Mrs A lex Dean and little son Irvin spent the latter part of last week with her daughter at Pink Mr J N Sherrow bought a horse from Lewis Murphy for SDOand also a cow trom Dr Durham price Mt Hebron Sunday School will give a picnic at Dix River Cliffs Burgin Every body invited to attencl Mr Morflut of Lexington was in this locality last week working In interest of Lexington Correspondence School Mr and Mrs G A Bruce attended the burial of his sister Mrs Theresa Edwards at Harodsburg last Thursday She wns instantly killed by lightning on Monday afternoon at the home of her nephew Mr Will Gammons near Burgin Harvest is now on and a sight of work to do Sim Wheeler bought at Lancaster last Monday one 3 yearold mare for 110Your correspondent was glad indeed see the editor at his place of last Monday tilled Bro Pikes ap pointment at Freedom church last Saturday and Sunday y T Watson and J D Baker of our town attended St Johns celebration at Brodhead last Saturday Mr and Mrs Alexander Walker have returned to their home in Athens Ala after visiting their many relatives and friends here The new road down Back Creek which will be made at once will be a great benefit to the people in this neighborhood Grover H Ross of this place who has been attending school in Danville III will begin teaching the district school here next Monday Joe A Ross weighed to Ernest Woods 9 heifers average 855 IDS at 83 871 per lOOlbs to same 3 steers at 31c average 825 Ins last Monday I the best Educational 29 and 30 land Tickets on sale 5 Aug 3 Hth 1 Ex tsion 00 F spec Barn m or elect 1 this Fall It men As numbe uf coutlcl men anymore noth- Ing undoubtedly action 10 for jO 30 July 1 NINA to business Eld P E Fuby mining land state i June E- talon sin touR 812 goon theist vi of at 1 PllKAUIlfiltSriLljE Ben Duncan bought a cow from J P Ballard for 25 Mrs Walter Scott has gone to Irvine to visit relatives J M Cress sold 30 stock hogs last per lb Hutchlus Rogers bought a horse from John Rigsby for 100 Mrs J M Cress and Miss Beulah were in Lancaster Saturday B D Hollzclaw bought IOU barrels of corn from G at 250 in the crib Rev JW Simpson P E of the district was at time parsonage last week Mr James Livingston and wife of Cedar Creek spent several days with Mr anu Mrs F F Cummins J L llutchins tied wife spent a evening last Sunday with Mr B D Ilollzclaw and charming family Miss Lucy Marsee is teaching school at Mt Hebron Mr John Roystjn Jr sold a pair mules to Monte Fox for 300 Miss Annie Philips of Stanford is the guest of Miss Lula Simpson Miss Sue Sutton has been visiting Mrs J I Hamilton of Lancaster Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting Mr S R Cool and family of Lexington Mr Geo Boner and wife of Nicholas ville were the guests of T D Chesnut and family Rev Garrison of Danville preached the Grove church last noon at oclock Mr Monroe Miller and wife of Nich olasville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Smith Urton Ben Hughes and little daughter Della Rice of Lancaster have been visiting Mrs Margaret Sut ton Misses Mollie Smith and Bessie irksbutv of Lancaster who have mi relatives here have ro ll MP 1 MM Mary ganders has been visit Ing in Jessaml iuld 2 work mules to Viller Speak Thomas Stapp iought of B Ray a cow andcali 3 Robt Speas tine hugs killed W ndejid sow and 7 pigs for 18 alsn a a for Vll Wm Mtnerli sold to Lias Leavel a bunch of lie per lb Mrs M ASamers bought of L M Crutchtield asowmd pigs for 14 Mr and MnU V Land visited their daughter Mi Ed Naylor Monday Misses Ma lant Lula Crutchfield have been 0Bivcs in Wilmore Miss Jennie logers of Danville has been Inter Mrs Will Grow rt Miss Hattie Uuncau spent last week with her friendvMiss Settle Hunter Mrs Mary B Preston visited her mother Mrs tatinda Preston in Jessamine last xiek Misses Pearl md Jewell Sanders visited friends ad attended church at Antioch last wk HIRK3 VILLE Miss Julia Ross visited reatives here Sunday Miss Florence Cotton is viiiting rely at Crab Miss Cormack of Winchester is the charming guest of Miss Mary Hamm Mr and Mrs Everett Parks were visitors of the latters parents this weekMrs Charles Jennings visltel her parents Mr and Mrs Oeo lcnnet Sunday The Childrens Day exercises hdd at Christian church witnessed by a large crowd anti a goodly sum ialized week Misses Bartha White aid Alleen Givens of Cincinnati The following were the guests of Mrs Geo Burton last week George Arthur and Jim Burton i i Notice To the friends and patrons of Robt Kinnaird decd I wish to state all pol andkeptby the assured I will continue hisbusiness in the If atioual Bank of Lan casterand will appreciate the ousiness of his and my friends Most of com panics represented in this agency have been represented here for at least 40 years and have always paid their loss es promptly J IT Kinnaird NewYorkMr Jack McRoberts and daughter of Cincinnati have been visiting relatives Miss Mary Hays Letcher of Dan ville is expected for a visit to Mes dames Ellen Owsley Poor and W R Cook week at Hc Jordan W Evans pleasant lAJtIUmUlty Sundayafter Mrand Mrs visit c i F N Finger tlr by II t wilt at McCreary Orchard expectastheir rand accompaniedur Owsley Poor f Dane and family ng how t r LSItlNE for hoc 2 lightnlubh It ek- G s1pat Visiting ter Lives were Lancaster y a UlcCIlEAUY J B Bourne visited relatives in Jes samine last week Miss Katie Dickerson is the guest of Miss Annie Walker Mike Forbes bought a horse from Cecil Broad us for 150 Miss Kate Ham went to Danville last week to visit friends Mr and Mrs Lish Forbes were viitors at Mt Hebron recently Miss Edna Gulley has returned from visit to relatives in Louisville Misses Nell and Alleen Bourne of Lexington are with home folks Walker Bradshaw wife and baby of Buckeye were with hume folks here last week Miss Annie who has been with her aunt Miss Lill Warner has returned to her home in Stanford Mrs Samuel Hoover who has been visiting Wm Simpson and family has returned to her home in Wilmore Jessie Layton has returned from a two weeks visit to Missouri and says there is no place like Old Kentucky Mr and Mrs J W Brown Mr and Mrs Ebb children and Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Buckeye were Rev Z T Williams assisted by his wifehas closed a very successful meet ing at the Antioch church had 20 and great good was done in this Kentucky Fair Dates The follownig dates fixed by the dif fair associations throughout State for their 1905 exhibition been announced Lancaster July 1 days Crab Orchard JuIylO 3 days Madisonville August 2 5 days Danville 2 3 days Ilarrodsourg August 8 4 days Fern Creels August 15 4 days Shcpherdsvillc August 14 1 days Lawrenceburg August 15 4 days Yanceburg August 1C 1 days Guthrie August 17 3 days Shelbyville August 22 1 days Springfield August 23 1 days Nicholasville August 20 3 days Bardstown August 30 4 days Florence August 30 1 days Elizabethtown September 53 days Glasgow September t 1 days Ky State Fair September 18 0 days Henderson September 26 G days Falmouth September 27 1 days Owensboro October 10 5 days I Lee Perrmu Illickerscn and with Ir and 1118 John Askins Sunday r ve 33 j addition August Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Great Cleaning Out Spring Stock NOW ON All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold in Dry Goods Dress Goods r i m Hosiery Gloves Fans Etc At Greatly Reduced Prices THE Joseph Mercantile Go faIL 1 c I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG OOOOOOOOOOOO I I J i I I of 1 I I I is 1 II I I i I I I I I i I Y 1 I v1 I i II I I i I Z I I f I Ia1V Parasols Blushing With NEWNESS Our Suits are the Fresh Spring Productsthe best Makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tleinn who have grown weary of winter things Our handsome suits are within easy reach of every purse While they sing the op2umg stanza of Spring our hobby is to please our customers and wi si ill 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 Canvas Q ulity high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White CanvasPr- ices to suit everybody H T LOGAN AA d jI I IS ili III J I I III f I I I i I I I- j rema oma rltgOpl itnttiW i r tri t s wwww wrww rw JL wwWw A Ifcf r 1 On account of Mr J M business connection in New York which demands all his time attention we are compelled to clcse out and incl up our in Lancaster so we offer our DRY GOODS MININGS SHOES i FOR LESS THAN COST WE MUST CLOSE OUT QUICKt J and in order to do so we will make A GREAT SACRIFICE You may expect to bay Good Merchandise Cheaper than ever before If you want to secure any of the many bargains we offer you Must Not Delay coming to this sale Sfo early and get first choice This sale will begin on Saturday July will be continued from day to day until the entire stock is disposed of On account of limited space we are not able to quote many prices however you can rest assured that the prices will be Especially Attractive i This will be a losing Out Sale such as Lancaster never had before O ii4 4J or 0 t A rr Ar I t ii iiJI v jJ5 IC 1 fL and PI CJJ1T ZI E Sr0CEE JII NOTI NS CARPETS lDT rNG fURNISHING G OS J came I I ot Jf4 UitJ f c 1g j t r 7c 4- k 1 iiL bi I q yT wR- d lIT flJ kj I A crk- E 41 L V V A i J yd 4S i Logan s v1 ssbus 3 r I stand Dry Goods We have a Rood assortment of calicoes percales brown and bleached cot ton shirting cotton apron ginghams dress ginghams lawns batistes dimi ties printed wash goods white goods India linens table linens napkins towels and crashes all of which will be sold very cheap Dress Goods and Nice all wool dress goods wortn GO and ioc will be sold for 35c Fine im price 39c Special bargains in plain tallcta silks colorsand blacks This will be your opportunity to get a nice dress cheap Carpets and flattings Nice patterns in mattings worth 25c will be closed out at 15 1C and 17c yard Fine 30 and 35c mattings will De closed out at 10 and loc Yarn car pets for less than cost Some big bargains in rugs Dont fail to get you a nice pair of lace curtains during the final closing out sale Sills yardOne c gibbons We have a fine assortment of ribbons and the prices we name on them will surprise you Corsets See sotnrof our 50c for c and some of Jl 00 corsets for 59c Hoserp and Underwear We have always earned a large stock of hosiery and underwear our stock is somewhat broken will find quite a large lot of these goods and the Final closing out saleprice will be less than cost Some odd lots will be sold for less than half price We have quite a lot of ladies line imported hos iery and you will be surprised to see how cheap you can buy them We have quite a good assortment if ladies summer vests and pants in all grades cheap I I colts you r 6IT our I NotionsEtc There are so many items under this h ad we havent the space to quote prices but you can rest assured the price will be low enough Shoes and Slippers We have asplendid stock of shoes and slippers good honest makes and the final closing out sale price will surprise you Dont put nit coming or you will not be able to get your size They will be picked up very quickly at tile price we will put on them We have fairly good assortment of Mens and Boys shoes to close out at way down prices Clothing and Furnishing Goods We have some Mens and Boys suits and odd pants hats shirts under wear sox suspenders and neckwear all of which will be sold for less than COST during the FINAL CLOSING OUT SALE I 1 PtII Sat J i 1 i m Vant to Urge yu Final Closing Out Sale AT ONCE We MEAN BUSINESS and if you want to secure some of the good tilings you must not delay oivtluT oilier fellow it Our M J Logan willJe here and conduct this FINAL CLOSING OUT SALE r ti J I I I LANO SrrEI We t this i M ccj O I J A I T1 ito come coming i11 get x j Remember headquarters iiiill t wer for are m I BINDER MOUNT ElKIN 3C k J I TWINE a Gossip About People N N N A Bricf Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Mr John Estes is improving slowly Mrs A II Rice has returned to Mr W II shirrs of Knoxville was here this week Huffman of Louisville is visiting relatives here Miss Alice Henderson is here from Chicago to spend time summer Miss Nannie Crenshaw of Carlisle is visiting Miss Delia Tinder Miss Helen Gill has returned from the Cincinnati Conservatory Mrs W T West has returned from a visit to friends in Nicholasville Misses Nannie and Virginia Good Inc have returned from Louisville Currey is visiting her Mrs W A Carson of Stanford Mr Duvall of Washington City visited Hemphill Saturday Mesdames Lee and Will Stone of were visitors here Tuesday Mrs D D Mrs Ann Walk er have been visiting Danville rela Miss Eva Dunn of Danville has been the guest of Miss Lettie Mae McRobertsMrs Burnside and daughte Miss Willie Belle have returned from Monlicello Mr B I and wife of Eton Ohio are guests of their daughter Mrs Jacob Joseph Miss Evelyn Metcalfe of Lexington has been visiting Misses Burnside Danville avenue Mrs Amanda Ilelliey and daughter Lowell Williams are visiting Mr and Mrs John Estes MrJacob Joseph and family attend ed the Divis Joseph wedding in Wednesday Mrs Dr Noland and little daughter of Eldorado Ark are visiting Mr and Mrs Solon Henry MrsiH T Rice and little daughter of Richmond are guests of her mother Mrs Carrie Davidson MrCheuault Elmore who sitiou on time Q C Railway is at home for a vacation Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas City Mo is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Mrs Sam B Fox and daughter Jen nie Mack of Terra Haute Iud are vis itlng Mrs Jacob Joseph Mrs Wliit vorth and daughter Miss Margaret of Nashville are guests of Mrs Elizabeth McCarley Miss Amanda Anderson entertained charmingly Tuesday evening in honor of her Sunday School class Mrs W R Marrs of Knoxville is ex pected for a visit to her parents Mr John Anderson and wife Mr Fred Stanwood who has been the guest of Miss Rella Arnold left Monday for Los Angeles Cal Mrs Banks Hudson and little Miss Porter Scott have returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Grant and daughter Miss Leila of Danville have been guests of her mother Mrs Harriet Price Miss Mary Arnold left Monday for Kansas City to spend the summer with her aunt Mrs Edna Wllmore Mrs Bettie Landram has returned from several mouths visit to her sister Mrs John Baughman of Lexington First honors In diligence goodcon duct politeness and neatness were awarded Ed Williams at the of St Marys College Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville and Mrs W R Burnside of Barbour vine have been with their parents Squire W II wife Mrs J E Handibo of El Paso Tex who was spending the summer with relatives here was called home by the sudden illness of her husband Miss Bessie Mae Lear entertained Wednesday evening in honor of Miss W rn Louisville Osee Mrs Theo F S Miss Theo Stanford Geiger and tin s Louisville has 1 Zlfrs S P j J Kinnaird Mrs y sister minx apc 1 I I I i 1 j and e Delia Tinders guests Misses Shrop sire and Crenshaw of Paris Mis G M Patterson and daughter Grace Helen attended the Joseph Davis wedding in Louisville and go from there to visit her father Dr Bar ton of Illinois Miss D lia Tinder gave a delightful dinner Friday evening in honor of her guest Miss Crenshaw A variety of sweet peas was the pretty table deco ration The hostess is numbered among the attractive debutantes of this city A large company enjoyed the pleasures of the evening Miss Lizzie Hudson at her beautiful home gave an extremely pretty party Tuesday evening The home had been prepared for the occasion with palms ferns and cut flowers Elegant were served In the receiving line were Misses Cotton of Danville Burnside of Bryantsville Miller of Richmond and Lena Rigney Miss Hudson always entertains in beautiful styleThe party given by Messrs Joe and Louis Burnside last Thursday evening an exceedingly enjoyable affair The veranda and lawn were decorated with beautiful Japanese lanterns and seats placed teteatete or grouped conveniently for conversation for the guests Delightful refreshments were served Some 50 guests enjoyed the social affair Messrs Burnside proved themselves pleasant hosts The beautiful wedding of Miss Mar garet Marie Joseph and Mr Charles Redwin Davis of Lebanon Junction occurred in Louisville Wednesday eve ning at the Willard Hotel the cere mony being performed by Dr Salinger The parlors were charmingly decora ted with palms ferns and cut flowers the music being furnished by Josephs orchestra The couple were married under a canopy placed under a beauti ful chandelier of electric lights Miss Addle Ekenberg of Louisville was maid of honor and Mr Harry Fox of Eton Ohio uncle of the bride was best man The bride was handsome in an elegant lace gown over silk with veil caught with orange blossoms She carried a bouquet of bride roses The brides maid was gowned in a white Paris muslin carrying white The bride is popular and at tractive woman and the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph An elegant reception and ball was given after the wedding after which the happy left for an extended visit popular summer resorts A llsttl Scare Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain In your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Knots New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biillousness costive mess etc Guaranteed at McRoberts1 drug store only 25c Try them 1m UYATTSVILLE Joe Price visited friends in last week Henry C Arnold bought a horse of Wm Burton for 125 Mr Tram Conn Jr of Somerset visited his parents last week Mrs 0 T Is suffering very much from injuries received by a fall Mr Steve Hill of McCreary was the guest of Miss Carrie L Sanders Sun dayMiss Susie Merriman has secured the school at West Point for the fall termMr and Mrs E F Pierce visited their daughter Mrs Oscar Ray at Buckeye SundayMiss Goodloe who has been in the south for several months has returned home for the summer Ilylnj ol famine is in its torments like dying of con sumptjon The rrogress of consump tion from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consuuip tion in the Urst stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfect ly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Postively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at McRob erts price 50e and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free lm Lancaster Fair July 13 14 15 refreshments to several 11 Layton It Drug Store was carnations couple Richmond Nf Lancaster Lodge 104 F A M The undersigned committee bogs leave to offer the following resolu tions Whereas it has pleased the Grand Master of the Universe to call from us our beloved brother Robert Kinnaird who has so faithfully served as secretary of this Lodge for so many years Resolved That in his death Lancas ter Lodge has lost one of its most faithful efficient and beloved and the fraternity at large one who was ever faithful to his vows and an ornament to the Craft Resolved That the life of Brother Kinnaird was so free from malice and sinfulness and his character so spit less that not only this Lodge has sus tamed a great loss but the church has been deprived of an exemplary mem berand the community a citizen whose usefulness and example were of inesti mable value Resolved That this Lodge extends its deepest sympalhy to the bereaved family that resolutions be spread upon the minute book a cops given to the family and printed in the Central Record RESOLUtiONs members these bit Jacob Joseph Rigney Louis Landram June 23 1905 W 0 CommittEell Lancaster Ky June 23 1905 The committee on resolution report ed the following which were unami mously adopted Whereas Jt has been the will of the Supreme Architect of the Universe to take from us our beloved Compan ion Robert Kinnaird be it Resolved That in his death Lan caster Chapter No 56 has lost one of its brightest and most beloved Com panions one who lived up to the teach ings of every point in the hidden mys teries of Masonry and one who was ever ready and willing to help aid and assist all poor distressed Masons to the very limit of his means That we will ever cherish his memory his lovable disposition and kindness of heart having won an affection from the members of this Chapter which will never die Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the minute book of this Chapter a copy sent to his family and be printed in The Central Record Resolved W 0 Rigney Louis Landram F P Frisbie Lain tee Some one has said that scandal is what vou tell to every one before breathing a word of it to the person who it is about And it might be added siys the Ohio Penitentiary News that the gossiper is the person who does the telling Scandal and gossip are two things for which Ills Santanic Majesty should be thankful They promote more hell on earth than all the infidel and agnostics more than all the saloons and rum shops in the land and they are as liable to be found kneeling at the church altar as anywhere else A good many people cultivate a habit of talking just to be entertaining and a shallow brain anda willing tongue are gifts that should be spurned Tusk It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney di sease 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 notsiton a chair without a cushon 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 McRoberts druggist price 50c lm GERMAN WAR ON PHTHISIS Rules for the Guidance of the Vic tims of Tuberculosis Sent to State Department Consular Clerk Murphy of Frankfort sends to the state department the meas ures for preventing the spread of con sumption recommended by the city au thorities Every consumptive and every person who coughsshould take care that it is received in spittoons or similar vessels containing water or still bet ter chloride of lime or salt water Such liquids prevent freezing and also the drinking of the water by animals These cuspidors should be two inches high and eight to ten inches in diameter They should have smooth slightly curved edges and should be made of smooth glass porcelain china or enameled iron They should contain water to a depth of fourfifths of an inch As the water evaporates more should be added The cuspidors should be cleansed daily with boiling water Consumptives should give especial attention to cleanliness The sitting rooms and bedrooms of should have only such cur tains bed coverings and the like as can be easily washed There should be no carpets The entire floors of such rooms should be washed daily and even in winter the rooms should be properly aired daily for at least one hour Un cooked milk may become a transmitter of consumption The public Is warned against Its use No Secret About It It is no secret that 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 ah O 1C for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at McRob erts drug store lm The Children Favorite For Coughs Croups Whooping Cough etc One Minute Coughs Cure is the childrens favorite is be cause it contains no opiate Is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by R E McRoberts lm It combined consumptives This slug R ftc GARDEN LACING A LEATHER BELT Every Farmer Who Owns Machinery Should Know How to Do This Work Expeditiously Style 1 Is lacing used on leather belts where heavy load is applied and where the belt does not run under idler or turn sharp angles Styles 2 and 3 are a hinge stitch for light belts where the belts run un der idlers or turn short curves as in a hinge stich the belt can be doubled back and forth each way and it will not LACING LEATIIEU BELT wear when if sewed as in Style 1 it would wear out in a short time Styles 4 5 6 and 7 are used on heavy belts heavy strain is put on them and especially when belts be come cold and hard to get lacing to hold This style of lacing will hold as well as the other part of the belt will Style 8 is a double hinge stitch and should be used where a heavy strain is placed on the belt and in turning short curves or in running under small idlers The main drive belts used on separa tors sewed in this way will often last two seasons without relacing the belt Where these stitches are not familiar to the operator he can easily grasp the idea by threading a needle and using the cut as a model and lines on time cut with the thread When he gets tho idea it will be no trouble for him to sew a belt always commencing in the center of the belt when sewing and ending in the center If he has a Rogers punch by simply pushing it through the leather It will form a half circle to push the lace through and then cut a little notch in the lace and it will catch on this half circle and cannot be pulled out It will not be necessary to tie the lace in In lacing very often the end of the lace is soft and it is hard to thread hrough the holes but if you will ply wet the end of the lacing or oil it then light a match and crisp the end of the lacing it will form a hard point which will save time and annoyance Every thresherman who does Ierstand this style of lacing should take i couple of cards and punch holes as by the cut and sew the cards with a shoe string for lacing as these make good lacings for practice and are easier than tracing with a thread World The First Plowing in India The commencement f the farming season in India is celebrated with cer emonies The first furrow in the vil lage is plowed by a committee of farm ers from the neighborhood The plow is first worshiped and decorated The bullock or camel which draws it is covered with garlands of flowers brightcolored pieces of cloth and rosettes of ribbon are braided into its and hung upon its horns Behind the plow follows the sower who is also decorated with flowers and orna ments has a red mark upon his fore head and his eyelids colored with He drops seed into the furrow Behind him comes a second man who carefully picks up every grain that has fallen outside of the furrow When the furrow is finished the farmers assem ble at some house in the neighborhood and have a dinner There are similar ceremonies connected with the Some Things That Are Not Cayenne pepper doesnt come from a pepper plant nor Burgundy pitch from Burgundy Jerusalem artichokes do not come from Jerusalem nor tur keys from Turkey Camels are made from the tall of the squirrel German silver is not silver and it was invented in China Cork legs are not made of cork neither do they come from Cork Ireland Prus sian blue does not come from Prussia Irish stew is not an Irish but an Eng lish dish Cleopatras Needle was set up 1000 years before that lady was born Chamois leather is not the hide of a chamois but the flesh side of sheepskins Boston Herald Yales Fine Indian Relics The Peabody museum of Yale has recently received a of Indian relics from Christopher Wren of Plymouth Pa The cones lion includes Indian pesetes scrapers and other utensils Prof Schubert the new head of the museum is planning an extensive relabeling and reclasslflca tion of the objects in the museum by which for the vertebrae fos sits will be grouped together and as far as possible arranged topograph Irillv r I wherea drawn not uu In- dIcated Thresher university collection one 7 anyway suns lampblack harvest hairbrushes thing I r u PAiNTS e Business and Bargains Fresh bread at limners every day tf John line of series give him a trial or hr If Never Wt rt guaranteed to it is durable try it Short settlements make long friends Ilaselden Robinson Go to John Mauee for and dressed lumber Doors Saalf at the Robt Stone stand tf Boarders wanted at Mr U P Simp sons 129tf Zimmer bakes bread every day Gel the best and freshest at your house bakery tf NcvcrWett rooting is 100 per square why pay 200 wneiNeverWeti will give you better for sale by John tf Settle your accounts with Ilaselden Robinson July 1st See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladies home Journal 10 21 tf Money to Loan On real estate at usual rate of inter est Mrs Ann M Doty Lancaster Kj 3t Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not tn num tf I P Thompson Tax Notice City tax 1905 are now due and the needs the tax and must have the money S D Rothwell tf Tax Collector For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney A residence with six rooms and tour acres of land Fine fruit Call on W T West at Post Office 3f New stock of machine needles at G 9 tf Thompsons Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormcs Drugstore 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drugstore 210 Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett Hunga rian and Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son ForSale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kunawu Salt II B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at 6 Jtf Thompsons Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either du not orget that 1 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 Clean Your Premises By order of the Board of Health and the City Council the citizens of Lan caster are required to cut weeds in and around their and move ill rubbish from adjoining alleys at once S D Ruthwell 2t M C L All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Gulden Millet Hungarian Kaffir urn cow peas whips or anything you only need in Held seeds Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Sun Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives veekly shipments of hardy roses gera iiums chrysanthemums etc and you vill do well to see her before placing your orders tf Miss Fannie Bishop has several tine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf We want your Paint aud business we will give you value for less money than Lan caster Frtel IVnjjrRtiflre 4t Coal Salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the old stand of J T Williams for any thing in my line which 1 propose to at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A lines tf T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a fine line ol staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf We guarantee our pain not to chalk blister live If it does we will giVe ylM paint to re paint it free of charge 4t Drug Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tr Fur sale Best grades brilllam and Black Bear Coal Try our Blast Bear for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks jewelry of all kinds in the best man her Charges reasonable and satisfac tion guaranteed Store old stand Danville street G2 tf Ue I1 Taompson Magee has a nic groI Magee has a new roofl called leak tf resu ts Magee ity For Rent arnish tt r nnJbo in ell 1e o for Frisbl s Jellco nut am at I restauran John g C o etc C C C 1 b quantity ors o years of all kinds for all Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will to show you what we can this line By a new method we can show you how the tamper looks when on wall Let us show tf Milton Sneed Door and Window frames finishing lumber poarch columns Brackets Block est at John Magees Your accounts are due with us July 1st Haselden Robinson LOST Gents sold watch on Stanford pike Return to otlice and receive ic ward 2t Good InsuranceLancaster Ky April 10 2905 Sir Angus Allmond Agency Director Lexington Ky Dear Sir On April ith 19051 ma tured a policy with your Company The New York Life and on April 7th your agent Mr B II Beazley was from the Company and settled my policyI you very much for your promptness and only wish I had carried a much larger policy 1 recommend The New York Life to any one wanting insurance Very Respectfully C B Nevius M D Hughes Agent If in a kind of billious mood You wish an aid to digest food No other is half as good As Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY Risers cure Constipation Sick Head ache Billiousness etc They never ripe or sicken but impart early rising nergy God for either children or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Ind saysIfo use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All pills I have used gripe and make DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long sought relief They are sold byR E McRoberts lm be don you s a check pines DeWitts other J Mou d n C r herewith cheerfully sound me- sick t l L 1 4 E- Ekd6Vol We guarantee to you a better IlbTT less 3xxCONT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I give I I for I 1 1 Examination For Scholarship- An examination for the scholarship to State College Lexington will be held at mv ollice 1005 Thus examination is competitive and is op en to all students between the ages of 14 and 24 years of age tf E Walker Co Supt 25 or 30 unfurnished rooms for rent cheap Green Briar Springs For in formation call at the premises or ad dress J Booth Sutton Crab Orchard Ky C23tf Notice All parties indebted to the estate of Dr II C Herring decd will please call and settle with Fisher Herring administrator at once as the business must be woundup tf Dont fail to settle your accounts with Ilaselden Robinson iBiggest Best FAIR and RACING Association Remember the dates JULY 19 20 21 Big Premiums Fine Racing Good Treatment- and A BIG TIME Write for Catalog I JUly H r Rent nnnrnrn E Great GranOrcnaru E a E l1U1HUl1UUl1HUiUJ1U1UH For C 1rJ- P 1 Time r r 1y SeeM rr 1 Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the are right J Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store I You will find this to be so by just paying us a j visit it tarnBros High Standard Paints High Grade Var nishes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary DANVILLE KENTUCKY EVERY prices GIBBONS k MAY CROPOF r THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT 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 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 Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER jot BUGGIESn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros connectedwith SOLD BY I E McROBERTS You go to a BAKER for BREAD Why M dU1U1U1U1UluuiulUUU1U1U1UW UU1UUJ1U1UIU1U1U1U 1111111111111111911111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111 3r Natuirea Great invention p On de banks ob de Amazon faraway far away ttbar Dr Green cits Flowers to das Ah dose in in ole Brazil Au aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal of digestion and ab and rebuilding by AM or unnatural causes which interrupt natural processes result tinal affections causing of the duct foods nervous headache con and other complaints such as colic biliousness etc i Flower is natures intended ulator Two sizes 250 750 All druggists j For sale by II E Klclloberu Might Have teen Worse Mrs Gabbsby My I was at the den tists tbls afternoon and he made me keep my mouth open a whole hour It nearly killed me Mrs but it might have been worse If he had made you keep your mouth shut for half that long it would have killed you for cago Journal Largest System on Earth Philadelphia now has nearing com pletion the largest filtration system In the world This will include four plants with capacities of 248000000 65000000 20000000 and 12000000 gallons Many Cablegrams to Japan Since the outbreak of the war to the amount of about 250000 have been sent from Japan every month Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as Iaracatnph First Aid to the which has an absolute preventive of blood poisoning if applied immediately after wound Para is a combination of rare cooling soothing oils and camphor and to its remarkable and healing is endorsed by the medical profession hospitals and by all public a great many people are employed Paracamph con morphine nor cocaine Hence it is a safe clean pure remedy which should be kept in every household to be used in case of Mothers will find it far to hazel arnica vaseline old salves or liniments because when it straight to the interior cells soothing the aches pains nourshing the nerves the muscles out the fever and inflammation by inducing tion It is the most perfect external application that has been offered to the the discoverer is to be con for bestowing the Amer ican such a useful and meritorious product We learn from many sources that is unequaled for the cure ot Neuralgia Rheumatic and Inflammations The manufacturers guar antee every bottle to give chances are taken by trying Para camph It is sold only in 25c BOc and 100 bottles all druggists or sent direct upon receipt of tured only Paracamph of Louisville Ky a 300000 C J E Stormes q I sorptionfor healthyand perfect appendicitisstoppage I StillwaterYes sureChl I cablegrams i in su witch an oilin ratulated satisfactionso- no corporation- C August da a l r emergencies THE FOOL HAS SAID Psalm XIV The dusky deep Is set with genie That glimmer with a fadeless light With huge and wondrous diadems That blaze upon the startled sight And glorify the holy night And yet the doubters gravely nod And scoff ut all the signs of might The fool hath said there Is no God The sea Is emerald and wide And moves with slow and solemn sweep Resistless Is the restless tide That comes from out the hidden deep The waves In fury lash and leap And still the critics mope and plod Along the shore and blindly creep The fool hath said there is no God The prairies reach in endless green As level as a threshing floor Ko shade to mar the brilliant scene With wilding blooms bespangled oer And birds that warble as they soar And dawn above the dewy sod And still the pessimist once more The fool hath said there Is no God The day the night the dawn the dusk The dream the hope and hearts that yearn- The bud the bloom the withered husk The rose that falls the leaves that turn And skies that pale and skies that burn And tacit himself is he a clod Nay such beliefs all men should spurn The fool lath said there is no God Chicago Daily Chronicle HIS MOTHERS PRAYERS How They Saved One Man from a Suicides Grave and Made Him a Preacher 0 the saving power of a mothers prayers It cannot be estimated Chil dren may grow up apparently indlffer ent to their hometraining they nay even become vile and prolligate but the memory of the family altar the fathers Bible and the mothers prayers will cling to them These thought should encourage Christian parents to live consistently in the presence of their children and to persist in maintaining the family altar Dr J Wilbur Chapman relates the following incident which is in point right here One of my dearest friends was a prolligate until he was a man grown In a great western city he had deter mined to take his life threw himself down on his bed just to collect himself before the awful deed and jarred a lit tle book off from a sVielf just above his bed and it struck him in the face With an oath he threw it from him and then it dawned upon him that it was his mothers Bible given him to read lIe walked across the room to pick it up just to show her mark of and read upon the flyleaf written in her own hand Dear boy you can never get away from your mothers prayers Instead of becoming a selfmurderer he became one of the countrys greatest preachers O for a revival of the old custom of having a family altar in the home where the father acts as priest and the mother as a saint we could stir the whole country for Christ I wish that we might dig again the well that our fathers digged before us and make homes Telescope Not Changed a Bit Hallos Bill old man Well well I havent seen you since the old days when we used to run around together No Jack Ah those old days What a fool I used to be then I tell you Im glad to see you You havent changed a bit old man Tit Bits Wanted to Be Yes said the young student thoughtfully when I get interested in a subject I never stop until I have em braced it thoroughly Thats nice was the hesitating re ply you think Im an subject sonic lact heavenReligious Dodo interesting its Otis 4 1 4 1J To The Fair Wheat Corn Oats Rye Hay Straw Etc Highest cash price paid for Kill appreciate a call TO before you sell i Feed and Field Seed of all kinds for sale Custom Grinding Tiy my meal S and chicken teed GASOLINE FOR SALE f Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten S tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Come on and get your if Twins Best in Quality Low in Prices Champion Binders I A Mowers Hay Rakes save money In Order to get ready for MID SUMMER GOODS will dose out all TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED at COST We have all the Newest Latest Styles and Best Goods for lest money Come and see before buying i I f I WANTED I I II I a snore I I I JJAA tINtfeu uu AA Iii III itl III t l II I I 11 I I I I Isl- I I I I I I I I Iii I I I I t IIATS ES F LEAE r raensee eseeoesre d q II II glandLHasokcI1 flohiosoiiti71tP5i91- Si9iI11fitPfl111NIf1iP11f1iP 14111111111Riflitfi9tlifilifltiiilil 1111IIIIUIIIIUtIllJIIJIU1161111 lIIIUIIlillllllllll1llllllilllllld6 I I I GoingIf You Are Of Course You Want AS Nice VEHICLas anyone there Our Buggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmorei t 8c POSTEDTime 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 II G L Hutchins VmJoldiron Jas R Henry II C Miller W R Took W A Wheeler onus J 1 J II Rigsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C W S Ferguson W L Lawson Mrs P D Gill Tim Salve That Penetrate Witch Hazel Salve the pores of skin and by itsanti septic rubifocicut and healing influ ence it subdues inflammation and and cures Bolls Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin di senses A specific for blind bleeding itching and puotruding Piles The orignal and genuine Witch Haze Salve is made by E C De Witt Co and sold by R E McRoberts lm DeWitts penetrates P 00 i1Oli r rq 1 Ask for ti3 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky Leggetts Champion DRY POWDERI GUNS KILLS LEGGETTS CHAMPION DUSTER Tobacco Worms Potato Bugs Eficctivcly Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical dis tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on crops in tho garden field vineyardEndorsed of tobacco and potato growers as the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as walksDescriptive circuf One good agent wanted for each County OUR SPECIAL LIST of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Bellows etc moan ed tree SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Uiinllt VM tiianilly Hard tousles and strong body do not depend on the quality of food you eat hut on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure yuur system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat re the condition of fold convey the nutrient prop crates 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 disease Dyspep destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to suffer ers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold oy II E McRuberts 1m I s a man prices on appli Wood Stubbs Co sardless of the stomach siais Dyspepsia 7 r i U DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThoIOO bottle contains 414 times the trIal which sells for 50 PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY C DcVITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL fLtU UJi1 sire cents O- rE Spring Catarrh inlile AVeiitlicr Causes Dlwraic Itreullie IIyoim1 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 catarrh 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 can be inhaled by every suf ferer in his or her home Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every out lit its healing volatile antiseptic fragrance reaches the lungs and air passages as no tamach dosing possibly can do Itgives immediate relief and makes lust ing cures Proof that the Ilyomei treatment will do all that is chained for it is found in the guarantee under which R E McRoberts sets it an agree ment to pay back the price if the purchaser can say that Ilyomei has not given satisfaction Complete 100 extra bottles fOc Bank Stock As Executors of J S Robinson decd we will on Saturday July 8th 1S0 at 130 p m in front of the court house in Lancaster Ky sell at public outcry 17 shares of the capital stock of the National Bank of Lancaster 30 shares of stock in Citizens National Bank of Lancaster thirty the shares of stuck In Merchants and Mechanic Bank of Columbus Ga 15 shares of stock in Fourth National Bank of Ga 2 bonds No 5 and 5 par value SJOO each of Lancaster Terms made known on day of sale Mrs Ann W Robinson Extx J C Robinson Exor hnll outfit Columbus Water- Works fit How to Avoid Germ Diseases Strengthen the Stomach and Digestion and You Will Keep Well n when there is an epidemic of germ disease and most disease caused by germs it is the pcison with a weak stomach who succumbs first If you suiter 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 dispondcncy and weakness you should get well at once by lIe 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 Mclloberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells nona it costs nothing unless it lures The National BankOF LANCASTER KY I CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DESSY 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 Ono E Stormes W II Kinnaird O 000s 8 I493 i o f- Q Ji o O0v00 O 0000 O O to oooco ooo ooooooooooEOOOOOCOOO oa 0 d ts f 9 0 0 4- q C me Ov000JO OGO 0000GL0 LEWIS Y President LEAVELL J J WALKEU Vice Prest rail ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKV AsstCashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson Assets Jan 1 1905 S390CGO2 Insurance in Force Jan 1 105 128000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of Issue Payment of prumlum the only co dition 2 premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request of defaultafter the payment ium Choicebetween Extended Insurance and paid up Insurance after two years premiums have been paid 3 In case of death during the period of automatic Extended no deduction for premium is made 4 Loans at o per cent at any time after policy has been in fore two years 5 Absolutely free from condititions as to residence travel habits of life time place or of death 0 Several options In settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic benefit if insured does not make a selection 7 Payment immediately upon receipt and approval of proofs of death in one sum or in a selected number of instalments at option of insured Privi lege of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in force If you will till out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to sub mit for your oxaminationa copy of the policy showing advantage for a per son of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent M D nughesAgeut What will the annual deposits be to insure my life in your Company on this plan for of 1 was born on the day of 18 Name Address r j J I i t I J J Walker M Arnold Automatically nonforfeitable as soon In case of one prem manner time sum T as one occupation t WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY 02 that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured TWO SIZE SOc AND SlOO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED 3V course want MILLINERY S5 tt we have the in Central Kentucky PI I FOL=V r KIOtIEY 4- 1CI I g1 BLADDER DISEASE I l Jf year Tlw L TEST STYLES I GJ 1 0Swellest Ie Yllj r IrJJ X l I ly Storms you a Ill Line Jesse Dlfan Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the patron like of the property owners In Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire IJghtniug and Tornado None but the strongest and best Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel SeaWrite or Phone SWINEBROAD at Lancaster and Insure your property against Fire LiEMoiiis Worms Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Countyman every time Residence Phone 132 40 Old Line Onice Phone r I possible tit