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THE CENTRAL RECORD SlXTEKXTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 23 1906 i Wi W twt r xvarBan rn K IIILeo VBUGGIES1 I We have just leII ceived car I Buggies I I Surries IEtc 000000 I New Goods I New Styles I I Close Prices I 03000 II I Are You With IHASElDfN I If If VItJIJJJIy R DAVIDSON I Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business u u u 9J C CHRIS FARIS load d U- si BROS- L t ti DentistI over Thompons store Danville st Office aIisj L1T+ + Local Gossip The ladies of the Baptist church cleared about 2500 on the handker chief sale The Baptist Aid Society will meet with Mrs Susan Salter Monday at two oclock When the spring schedules are made up it is quite probable that the early morning trains Nos 9 and 10 will be run on Sundays The Lid will be a good thi ng for the barbers as under present condi tions they have atsolutely no time for rest save on Sunday afternoons When the City Council gets the lid on it will afford many an old sinner an excuse for remaining away from church by reason of not being shaved The mail service between Lancaster and Lexington is rotten You can write a letter to Chicago and get an answer quicker than you can with Lexington The Record will soon be located with a National Bank under it and a Masonic Lodge over it We dont know much about banks but were certanilv satisfied with the latter neighbors Meeting at Gunns Chapel Rev G N Jolly will begin a meeting at Gunns Chapel near Buckeye on Wednesday night 28 lie will be assisted in the by Miss Lucy Lee Mahan of Lon don Ky A cordial invitation to all Postmaster West has had some good improvements made on the post oflice fixtures and Lancester now has the nicest most convinient office in Cen tral Kentucky There is plenty of room the boxes are convenient and Mr West and his obliging deputy Happv Hooligan are prompt and polite in waiting on patrons of the olllce The Lid To Fall As stated in last issue the City Council has decided to place the lid on the barber shops stores ect on Sunday and City Attorney R L Da vidson has drafted an ordinance cover ing the case We understand the movement was started by several merchants who are called upon to go to their stores on Sunday no matter at what time of day sell goods and fre quently do as much as on week days We dont know when the Lid will be set in position but presume it will be arranged at next regular of the Council I afternoon communicate protracted Instant work services meeting Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co JUST RECEIVED Big Line of the Celebrated Crossett Shoes FOR GENTLEMENT- he best shoe made beyond all doubt The Crossett Shoe Makes Life Walk Easy Our Immense stocks of New Spring Drg Goods are now coming in We have the handsomest goods in Central Kentucky and a visit to our store will convince you of this broad assertion In Prices We Defy Competion Joseph Mercantile to s I rJ The i 1 r The W C T U will hold an exchange at the Post Offlce April 14th Sat Saturday before Easter The Christian Endeavor of the Pres hyterian church will give a pound clal on March 30th Every body in vited to attend The Kay Peas will have work at every meeting for several months Most all the ne w members go on into the Uniform Rank which bythe way is booming as much as the subordinate lodge Wild Geese A flock of wild geese have been fly ing about the county for several days is evident the leader has been killed Jesse Myers a colored man is the only man who has made a successful shot at them he having killed one on the lake at Millers distillery Tuesday Mr Geo B Van Horn of Lexington representing the Smith Premier Type writer Co was here this week and placed one of those splendid machines in the Record office As all the copy and other writing in this office is type written we were compelled to have the very best machine made consequently we purchased the latest pattern of the Smith Premier Jury From Madison Judge Bell knowing how many Gar rard people were familiar with the case sent Mr Jack Adams as a special deputy to Madison county where he summoned fifty men who came here Monday morning as jurors in the case against Will Ward for killing Henry Patterson Mr Adams performed his duty well as a more intelligent body of men were never brought from a neighboring county Want Gilbert to Run Again The Democratic committee of his home county of Shelby adopted a Congressman G G Gilbert of this district to reconsider his often announced determination to not offer for re election and to again lead the Democracy of the eigth to victory It is stated that Mr Gilbert has the matter under serious Fish Ladders The Legislature passed a bill requir Ing all owners of dams in the water courses of this State to erect fish upon them It is the tendency of game fish especially the bass to go up stream in the spring and deposit their spawn When this is prevented by high dams the spawn is deposited at the foot of these dams and most of it is destroyed The cost of fish ladders is very small and it will help the pro pagation of game fish in our streams A Popular Man About the cleverest conductor who ever punched a ticket is Capt John McKabD who runs on the Ellen N Lonisville and Lexington Notwithstanding the many trials and tribulationsconductors sutler he Is al ways in a good humor and has a pleas ant word for everyone He wears a smile about the size of a canvassed ham and his courtesy to the passengers has made a legion of friends who will swear by him at any time He is a Knight Templar and a very bright Mason Danville Sarah Dunn Gaines aged sixty five years died of appoplexy at her home on East Main street Friday afternoon At first it was throught death was caused from a fracture of the skull she having fallen to the pavement in the rear of her residence but an ex amination by eminent medical author ity indicated that death was caused appoplexyMr Gaines stepped out in the back yard of their residence and Mr Gaines had just spoken to her and turned to go into the house when he heard her fall to the When he and other members of the reached her she was dead This is the seventh death which has occur red in the immediate family the past fifteen months Mrs Sarah Dunn Gaines was a daughter of the late Josh Dunn of Garrard county and the wife of Robert Gaines of this city Besides her husband and ony son Fish er Gaines of Danville she is survived by two brothers and one sister Mrs J Danville Wils Dunn Dan ville and Oss Dunn of Big Court Judge Bell kept the wheels of justice moving at a rapid rate last week and disposed of what The Record will job lot of little Commonwealths cases less time than it takes to tell it The Chute Coon was large ly in evidence on the docket Dump Wallace was fined 50 and sent to jail for ten days for selling whisky Wm Humber caught the same fine and im prisonment for a like offense and Jim Wiggle was soaked lor 825 for a Negro woman Wm Roach was fined 25 and ten days for carrying con cealed weapons and fined 10 for vagrancy Severalother little cases were disposed of the juries work tug hard to give justice in each case The court excused the jury Saturday until Wednesday as the Ward cases was to be called Monday so- From their actions It pertlonln I Gaines NewsMrs pavement W Cook Indianapolis- Ind calla hitting Ollie Hayden resolution consideration ladders between suddenly household within in almost The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs Opelia Dunn on Richmond st Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Sunday School at Herrings A meeting will be held at Herrings school house next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock for the purpose of organiz ing a Sunday school Everybody is urged to be present Good Man For Jailer Mr Jack Adams tells The Record he is a canidate for jailer of Garrard county and Is in the race not only to stay but to win Jack Adams is one of the most popular men in the county having been a resident here and al ways active when work for the Demo cratic party is needed lIes a clever man steady and reliable and would make a capital jailer Well Deserved Compliment Nicholasville Journal Without any contradiction Garrard county has the best looking superintendent of public schools of any county we know of Jessamine included Our friend Louis Landram has been telling us of Gar rards pretty daughters and if they arc all as good looking as Miss Mittie Dunn the superintendent referred to well confidentially without our wives knowing it if she were to run In Jessamine Miss Dunn would cap ture the Journal force from the editors to the devil The Ward Case The case against Will Ward for kill ing Henry Patterson was called Mon day morning and it required little time to select the jury from the spec ial venire of fifty men summoned from Madison county The prosecution was conducted by Commonwealths Attorney Chas Hardin County Attor ney Joe E Robinson Judge M C Sauf ley Robt Harding and Lewis L Wal ker the defense being conducted by R H Tomllson J Mort Rothwell and W I Williams A statement of the case haying been published in The Record at the time of the killing we will not again attempt to give the de tails Fined Under Farris Law One of the features of the Farris Blind Tiger Law was tested in the cir cuit court last week when Jas Cox was tried for hauling beer Into Lancaster a local option town This Is punisha ble under Senator Farris tiger law It was proven that the stuff was haul ed by Cox who was employed to do so by the tiger people If we are not the law puts the offense as pro curing beer for those accused of the illegal sale of same The jury re turned a verdict 50 fine and ten days in jail We understand the case will be appealed As this Is a new feature in locol option laws the out come will be watched with much in terest Reception at Ballous Grocery Saturday 24th Three noted firms The James Heekin Coffee Co H J Heinz Pickle Preserving Co National Bis cult Co will each send a representa tive to demonstrate Coffee made on KinKe coffee pot in store in two minutes time best coffee made Pre serves James pickets made by H J Heinz Co Will recieve from 10 A M until 5 P M Reception Committee Wm Ball Mas ter Joe Ballou Entertaining Com mittee MrCLGravsaof Heekin Co Mr Banow of H J Heinz Co Mr Jack Hutsell of National Biscuit Co Invatations extended to all Music by C H Band Respt H M Ballou Can Accomplish Much Good The Presbyterian church was Wednesday evening by Lancasters best people who had met to discuss the question of Good Citi zenship His Honor Mayor Duncan presided and speeches wera made by the attorneys and other prominent citizens who aired their views on what was best for Lancaster and how to bring about enforcement of the local option law The coming together of those who are for law and order and the exchanging of views on the subject is bound to result in much good and The Record which always stands to the beck and call of the minis ters and those who are for the right suggests that similar meetings be held once or twice a month for the pur pose of keeping an eyeonttbose elected to enforce the law and discussing other matters of equal importance to the welfare of Lancaster of represented I subject for ollice mistaken S crowded ali Goods New and Uptodate Spring Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Arriving Daily H T LOGAN n New Spring ill FREE Begin ningMarch 1st with every 20th Sale We present you with eith er of the following free i Oxidized Hall Rack Price 350 i Rubber Tire Baby Go Cart Price 350 i Reed Rocker Price 350 No matter how small the pur chase you get the present on the 20th sale Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley 4 C r 1 J BeazleyUndertaker irterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Paiaa ill always Did It Ever Occur to You that it is no art to find out what the people want but it is an art to know how to fill their wants at ac ceptable prices Our line Trunks Suit Cases and Telecopes will tIll your wants in every partic ular and the Prices are acceptable See our new STEAMER TRUNKS We want to sell you that new pair of SHOES that you are going to buy this applies to MenWomen and Children New goods are arriving in the Mens Furnishing department Shirts Ties Hosiery Our object is your satisfaction THE M Logan Try Goods g IjfriJ Ji1 rrtJ rr I I I S I J 8 II I Iii m II I COMPANY Jj 1 oft Y Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Millet Cane Corn and Hemp Seed Car load Northern recleaned and clipped oats just received The best grades of Coal Feed Etc Ballards Flour in Barrels and 100 pound sacks Prompt service Your orders appreciated BANKS HUDSON I J t Y Wu 1JI I sE E I o rs I lWnVMJa I w nAnttJYtnrpu CENTRAL RECORD Imued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster SecondClass Hail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and LV ao Lancaster Ky March 23 1906 Our old friend Major E W Lillard of Danville is an aspirant for the po sition of adjutant general to till the vacancy caused by the appointment of Gen Haley to another place This is an ollice which should be filled by a man who is not only possessed of good judge ment but should have long experience in military matters Maj Lillard has both and his long and faithtul service to the Democratic party could mighty well be rewarded by his appointment lIe is one of the most popular men in the state especially so with tLe news paper men he having been in the bar ness as editor of the Danville News for a number of years The State Guard is in better shape today than it has ever been and right now is the time experienced man to be in charge of it That Maj Lillard can deliver the goods those who know him do not doubt Ills legion of newspaper friends are very proud of the splendid record made by Editor Harry McCarty ol Nicholas ville in the recent session of the Leg islature Sterling integrity unques tioned honesty and unflinching courage are characteristics which a bound in this noble gentleman while Ills untiring work for his friends has made him one of the most popular men in the state Harry McCarty has a heart as big as a feed basket Some time ago a proposition was made Latin mathematics English literature and chemistry from the college curriculum but in a few days the question of abolishing football came up and the former proposition was so completely overshadowed it has not since been heard of An Iowa woman asks for 75000 dam ages from a man who courted her for two years and then refused to marry her The finding should be for the man as no woman should let a man go with her this long with the nothing doing sign displayed all the while An Arkansas girl now holds the worlds typewriting record 32000 words in seven and a half hours is going some but if the temper of the little Miss were riled we venture she could speak ten times as many words in one tenth the space A trade note says that automobiles are built higner Good They should be built so high that the victim when he sees a machine approaching could foran placed toabolish This V lie down and permit it to pass over with no more serious results than his clothes That Kansas City judge who decided that a silk skirt is a luxury and not a necessity has small conceprion of wo mans vanity Well also wager that lie kept out of wilies way for some days after rendering his decision When Caleb Powers case shall be finally disposed of some old man with a patriarcal beard arise in the court room and cause great surprise exclaming I can remember when Powers was first arrested A footpad in New Jersey demanded cash or kisses from a young woman wlom he held up Had he been in Kentucky and accosted one of the Blue Grass belles he would have never thouht of the cash A report says Carnegies organist gets him up seven oclock every morn ing with a prelude on a pipe organ when the millionaire is at home It must be hard for a musician to get up at such an hour The National Bowling League is in session at Louisville this week As Bock beer was ripe last Sunday it is a very appropriate time for the bowlers to come together The Y M C A home In Philadel phia has decided to exclude girls over 35 years of age Well who ever heard of a single woman of that age The Knocker Harry Sommers the level headed editor of the Elizabethtown News braves centre in the following- In every community there are people who find it dittlcult or to work in line with their fellows They may not be justly of maliscious motives for in many respects they ar frequently admirable citizens Yet by some constitutional twist they are usually out of tune with the rest of mankind Such is the knocker This new use of the term will probably find legiti mate place in our language alter the fashion of the words boss and mugwumpThe define the as one who knocks and it is applicable to the person who has ever ready his little billet of spite and prejudice Such people often do incalculable harm They throw a damper on ev ery enterprise They are really to be pitied for they are of all men Ken erally the most miserable Theirs indeed is a deplorable condition mind fur there is no greater pleasure than that afforded through the consciousness of in step with tne great mass of ones fellows To be always objecting and obstructing is certainly unfortunate for the individua- lIt must not be that the right to justly criticise is denied oh no For that would mean the of all manner ot unjust if not rascally proceeding without protest but it is rather to check the propen f g soil- Ing will ty certain impossible accused knocker strik- Ingly temporal understood endur- Ing heir ft 3 I s a I i 1 X l S A new cat load of Wire Fence I Fence on the Market I Ask our prices on Collars Collar Pads Homes Straps If OR ANY THING YOU NEED ON FARM 1 ROMRNS ELMORE Best Back Bands YOUR r Q 0 HY situ to diECfmragu every honest effoft fur advancement improvement and development It Is a part of healthful selfrespect to speak well of ones town and of its institutions and enterpises We should welcome every well behaved stranger and swing wide the doors to every new industry This is a town of beautiful location and of promis ing possibilities and the citizen be little himself who speaks slightingly of his home or of any new enterprise seeking to gain a foothold Carefully analize your motives for desiring to obstruct to make sure that you do not place youreslf in the unenviable position of a knocker Kansas Piety A Kansas farmer with his eys toward the rafters was saying grace when he suddenly exclaimed Theas that durn gimlet weve been looking for these last six months Get up there and get it quick Jim we ax for Christ sake Amen Interurban Lines EHabethtown has been a most wonderful developement in the last few years by the construe tionof interurban electric lines Many sections however have not been able to have them on account of expense of operation This has now been met with perfectly successful experiments with gasoline engines as motors for running suburban trains With the gasoline motor the expensive power houses are eliminated and the si ve constructions of cables As these Interurban train can run on very steep grades the construction of road beds are largely confined to cost of cross ties and with the gasoline motor capable great speed and run at small cost it will be but a short time until there will be nearly as many lines as turnpike and the cost of construction will not be much greater Theday is not far distant when a of these lines will connect all the important places in Hardin and apjoin ing counties Mary Anderson Mary Anderson DeNavarro the most famous of all Kentuckys daugh ters who now lives in England will within a few days receive an invata tion to come back to Louisville during Home coming week and it is not improbable that she will accept the invitation the Col R M Kelley the phamphlet entitled Dont you want to and see the folks was mailed to Mrs Antonio DeNavar ro Court Farm Broadway England She has never been in Louisville her marrirge and retirement stage Mrs DeNavarro is expected to come to Louisville for the dedication of the new theatre at fourth and Chestnut streets which will be named in her honor and it is hoped that she will come to Louisville in June for Home coming week remaining until the theatre Is completed The gathering together of the dis tinguished sons and daughters of who now reside elsewhere the presence of Mr DeNavarro would add much to the success gathering KENTUCKIANS Are Scattered Far And Wide In Every State of The Union An examination of the census reports of 1900 shows that Kentucky has been particularly generous in furnishing blood to upbuilding of other States praticularly throughout the the West In the States and in the United States there were according to ceusus in 1900 546255 native born Kentuckians Since the re port there have been many others who have left Kentucky for other States and with the 30000 living in Canada sad others living in Mexico South America Europe and Asia there are over 600000 natives of Kentucky without the borders of the State To reach every one of them if possible with an invitation to Home Coming Week has been the task set for itself by Louisville Commercial of invatations are being mailed and every effort is being made to secure the name of every one who has left this State to fight lifes battle By the appended table it will be seen that Missouri has the greatest number of native born 241 Indiana is second with 77551 while Delaware and New Hampshire have the fewest 58 each The following table gives the of nativeborn Kentuckians living in the States and territories of the United States Alabama 4207 Alaska 212 Arzona 1189 Arkansas 20641 California 9988 Colorada 7146 Connecticut 324 Dele ware 58 District of Columbia 1239 Florida 2169 Georgia 1968 Hawaii 46 Idaho 1238 Illinois 62209 Indiana 77651 Indian Territory 8622 Iowa 9060 Kansas 31364 Louisinna 4365 Maine 80 Maryland 726 Massachusett 1021 Michigan 2669 Minnesota 3144 Mississipi 5005 Missouri 88241 2242 Nebraska 6217 Nevada 247 New Hampshire 58 New Jersey 1105 New Mexico 937 New York 4632 North Carolina 711 North Dakota 515 Ohio 53464 Oklahoma 11715 Oregon 3344 Pensylvania 4178 Island 147 SouthCarolina 325 South Dakota 690 Tennesee 36052 Texas 47232 Utah 756 Vermont 64 Washington 3896 West Virginia 10867 Wisconsin 1903 Wyoming 862 Total 546263 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers CNtlNStWHrllSt ECBOCU I directed NewsThere rails and interurban number A t request of Worcestershire been since fromthe Kentucky ofthe herb st territories Jiv- Ing Club Thousands elsewhere number Montana Rhode gTIX SII exec comeback there Kentuckians lulls ARKS a 88 Flno Music gar Fall Saxton Troastfc celebrated mill band will furnish music for the fair July 18 19 20 They have the best band this year Central Kentucky ever had and guarantee sat isfaction to the most fastideous crlt Ics They have a number of from cities who wil play with them during the entire season It is a wellknown fact that the nameSaxton makes one feel like shaking his brogans True As Gospel The following extract taken from an exchange should be good reading for every citizen in Lancaster A truer statement was never made There ought to be no faction in a country town The propsperity of one individual and every improvement enhances the value of all property in the corporation A town is simply a big family Where there is discord there is little progress When there is a united pull for everything the ac complishment is made easy Envy jealously and hatred are the things to be disposed Envy is a canker that gnaws at the heart and makes people sour towards the intellect and makes them unfair in passing judgment Hatred does not pay even from a sor did point of view A Mothers Love Oneof the prettiest things in all the world is mothers love for a wayward son for the boy who is astray who is found in crimson paths hand in hand with the meanest murderers whose companions yea whose partners are are common theives and highway men and cutthroats When all living creal tures spurn him the mother loves him still when the hand of scorn is pointed at him from every direction she makes excuses for him and says lie is good at heart She goes Into the hellhole mid debauchery and pleads with him to come and go away she follows him to the prison door and with a thousand kisses hands him over to the authorities believing cltly in his innocence She goes with him to the and when the cold corpse of the sinning son is given over to her she bathes it with her tears and though there be fifty years yet of life before her she wit be miserable to the more sunshine for her all of life is horror Truly a mothers love like laming stars burns on til the great throbing heart is cold and still God pity that poor mother whose life is made miserable by crimi nal son Springfield Sun A Gamble Or A Blessing The Elizabethtown News digs up the following verses Editor Sommers says he does not know their author Somehow or other the poet has a way of getting next to us and telling in rhyme and meter the good things we ought to do and the things we miss or may have missed A 5 YOU MARK IT To the preacher lifes a sermon To the joker Its a jest To the miser life Is money To the loafer life Is rest To the lawyer Hfea a trial To the poet lifes a song To the doctor lifes a patient That needs treatment right along To the soldier lifes a battle To the teachers lifes a school Lifes a good thing to the graiter Its a tailors to the fool To the man upon the engine Lifes a long and heavy grade Its gamble to the gambler To the merchant Ire Is trade Lifes a protons to the artist To the rascal lifes a fraud Life perhaps is but a burden To the man beneath the hod Life is lovely to the lover To the plajer lifes a play Life may be a load of trouble To the man upon the dray Life is but a long vacation To the man who loves his work Lifes an everlasting effort To shun duty or to shirk To the romancer Lifes a story ever sew Life is what we try to make It Brother what is life to yon Si ONE Hiram Ray and wife visited J W Anderson Sunday Henry McQueary bought a horse from Stapp for 11500 Mrs Mary A Sanders who has been very sick is improving Jeptha Auston bought a poise at Stanford Monday for 125 John Stapp who had a sale last week is going to move out West Jake Preston sod a and pigs to Klrbey Teater for 81500 L M Crutchfield sold a sow and pigs tc Cecil Humphreys for 19 Master Harry Folger fell on an axe and cut an ugly gash in bis forehead The Falls City came up Wednesday with load of goods tor C S The trustees of Scotts Fork have employed Miss Edna Scott to teach the public school J A Fovorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant tast and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Bern edy favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any of pneumonia or serious sequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears the attack For sale McRoberts Drug store Ira Say while you are looking down this column for news suppose you stop and consider whether this is YOUR copy of the Record it being paid for by some other fellow If this is the case quit borrowing a paper for a while and borrow your neighbors carpet cook stove overcoat or any old thlsg for which he his hard cash That would be just as i LanCaster professionals other endno 1 sow alarge Sanders a danger otb by ores r J even imp scaffold door hearen blest will prevent hags paid correct cop t C BET I IS Mr McWilliams attended court at Nicholasville Monday Mr and Mrs Loyd Bourne visited her mother at Crab Orchard Sunday W S Bettis Is paying for eggs 11 cts for hens and 9 cts for roosters Bring on you bones irons and rags Sunday school will be organized at the Pleasant Hill school house Sun day afternoon Everybody is invited to attendMr Bourne who has been for Am and Ed Bourne has moved to the farm he recently purchased from Jack Bias and Mr Mark Lamb will take his place BOURNE Mrs Allen Sherrow has been quite sick of lagrippe J T Dunn bought of Lexington par ties a tine stallion for 50000 Mrs Lizzie Allen of Lexington has been visiting friends here for several weeks Mr Doc Jackson of Bryantsville was visiting his daughter Mrs J ESherrow Sunday Mr Jim Marsee of Marksbury was visiting at Mr Tom Turners several days last week Messrs Joe and John Turner sold and delivered their crops of tobacco at Nlcholasville last week Jeff Dunn sold to Mr Clark of Tenn essee eight head ot horses and mules for 100000 He also sold four nice work mules to Carruthers Baird of Lexington for 887500 FLAT WOOl Rev M C Hudgins preached at Law sons Chapel Sunday J C Clouse bought 50 bbls corn from Wm Campbell at 2 per bbl Jesse Baird who is attending school in Berea is visiting home folks W H Furr bought two loads of short corn from Wm Cambell at 100 per bbl Sunday school has been oiganized at Good Hope and will begin tile first Sunday in April Wm Manning sold a cow to Ebb Cook for 15 He also sold W II Furr 2 wagon loads of corn at 2 per bbl Rev A C Baird is home from the mountains where he has been holding i revival He reports 36 additions to the church PKEACIIEKSV1LLE J P Rodgers sold an aged mule for 6000 Mr Cecil McCIary of Broadhead was here last week Levy Sowder sold a sow and pigs to John Rigsby for 1750 Mr Altord Owens has moved to the new house he has built P E Parrish bought nine hogs from James at Guts per lb Rain sleet and snow has been the order for the month of March Mr and Mrs J F Holtzclaw visited at week Mr Cummins and wife were in Lancaster last week on business Mr John W Cummins of Lawrence burg was at home last week for dav or so Born to the wife of Mr Levy Bell a fine boy which makes fourteen chil drenMr and Mrs D M Anderson attended the wedding at Mr Dave Stphens last weekMrs G V Todd who has been visiting her father at Somerset has returned homeRev R F Jordan of Burnsldes is vis sting his son and daughter Mr Walter Jordan and wife Rev G VTodd and J B Hutchins are splendid success In tiie picture business Mr Akers of Lexington has bought of James Kennedy his house and lot here for 550 cash Beverly Broadus who bought the stock of general merchandise from J L Hutchins has taken charge and Hutchins has moved to the Grand Pa Cummins property Always Keeps Coamberlalns Cough Remedy in His House We would not be without Cham berlains Cough Remedy It is kept on band continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of the Indepen dent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than af has become settled in the system This remedy is also without a peer for croup in children and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by McRoberts Drug store lm SPRING 1906 OPENING Novelties Patterns Suit Hats Saturday March 31 Everybody Cordially Invited 12 1 II Mr Bowen Bettis last F F laving l tent Dllud I acts working C hipster Ada r- i The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BESTGET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING Stormes Drug Store Lime and Cement S f rmJil1 IiIJ rg ffi IS IiJgJl mrr4 fjjmmr I l m I m p l J1J ifllifjrilJ C7 A LevelHeaded Judge In affirming a decision in favor of the Louisville Times in a lintel suit against it brought in the far off county of Bell by a fellow who was very doubtless anxious for money the Kentucky Court of Appeals pays the honest press a high but fully deserved compliment and one that every just man appreciates The opinion was written by Judge Barker and unani mously concurred in The court in concluding says The searchlight of investigation of the press into the conduct of public otllcials is more dreaded by the corrupt and than all of the sanctions of the penal law As an upholder and sustainer an enlightened public opinion it a large part of the foundation of civil liberty Those whose faith sulliciently optomistic to indulge hope for the permanency of our instl tutions and civilization must rest it in large part at leastupon a in the quickening influence of untram meled press upon the of the concience Especially Beautiful The showings of Spring Vlillin rj leave nothing to be wished for Quantities of flowers- A good showing of Ostrich Large Buckles of shell etc Lots of laces including the new Princess A touch of Gold and Silver Neapolitan and Silk Braids and large broad QuillsPlenty of Ribbon in Satins Taffetas and Velvet Hats in plainer fabrics Chips Pedales Leghorns Hair etc Colors Vieux Rose Sepphire Violets Reds Browns etc We extend a cordial invita tion to everyone to call and examine the stock Ada U Kinnaird Miss Noels old stand street PHONE ISO Write A Letter to any member of The City Council or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShooting or any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as far as possible Back up your of facers by YOUR MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if you are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you think tell whole truth not ungrounded stiles cion tell all you know with out fear or favor Dont say the officers are In collusion with vice unless you can sub stantiate the fact A TAXPAYEU That Smooth Finish constitutes I iI I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I Richmond 100 I I es t t I I pubs eeeotaooeoot ooooo0000oooooeoao r Leather cr cr a atao oweoooot eoeooooooooadoo So much desired all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work b I M ft N LAUNDRY Phones 202 5L W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky money advanced Work plea ant positionpermanent No or re Write at once particulars andenclose selfaddreued CO Apr 13 IS St Chicago 111 r orderSalaryLIke 4 it envelop Y Q Sail ie has an elaborate line of 5 distinctive S HEADWEAR g f direct from the 3 i Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is s extended to all to call and 3 see the new styles M I SALLIE D TIILET The Musical Event At Court House Monday April 16 1906 One Night Only The Celebrated Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette Assisted by a Fatuous Entertainer And the Celebrated Youn American Violin Virtuso Tommy Purcell In a delightful program entirely free from dull ness mid of Lady Quartettes Violin and Vocal Solos Mandolin and Guitar Club Comic and Serious Readnfes Etc Etc Etc Music and Mirth A musical entertainment that is en joyable alike to the musician and the masses Prices 0c and 75c- TJONT Miss Tins TUKAT Our program It speaks for itself Reserved seats for sale at Stormes Drug Store a special arrangement with the publishers we enable to send The CINCINNATI DAILY POST AND The CENTRAL RECORD C0X0X0X0X0X0 l0r0I0Tr 0 Mill I nery Miss r 1 i xri fJj YlJ tJ con i lillg By r Q g Tiller 0 Remarkable Offer Both one Year for only I 250 IThis means you must pay up all you owe to The Record and ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE This offer lasts for a few days only Send all orders to Tie Central Record Lancaster The Post is printed at 2 oclock PM and gets to Lancaster same night at 826 This is the best bargain we have ever offered our patrons Trees Plants Vines For the Spring of moo The BLUE GRASS NURSERIES at Lexington Ivy offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rheu barb Asparagus Etc We employ no agents Strawberry and catalogue on application to Wm Herndon O B winebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug general H F Billenmeyer Sons store ri Dont forget our pi ices on 1 KMERIGflN FENCE I Strongest Cheapest on the market today MOUNT ELKIN r T jOoI1 l I SEST rI ir TF AND FENCE 11 IL 7 Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings LyThoseWz Arc In Mrs Jennie Eistman of Ohio is the guest of Mrs Patsy Kinnaird Miss Emma Walker has been visit in Mrs Alex Walker this week Miss Lena returned from a visit to relatives in Bryantsville Miss Lavinia Pope of Lexington is visiting her brother Mr William Pope Mrs Ada Kinnaird has taken rooms at Mrs Jennie WestsStanford avenue Mrs Louis Landram is visiting her sister Mrs Howard Rice in Louisville Miss Carrie McDowell of Pewee has been visiting in this viciiC ityMisses Pearl and Hanna Aldridge of St uiford were guests here the past week Kauffman has been visiting Miss Van Greenleaf of Rid mood Miss Sallie Tillett has returned from a weeks stay in Cincinnati and Lex ington Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond has been visiting Misses Janie and Mary Doty Mrs William Gregory and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Madison Miss Maggie Shugars is assisting in trimming in Miss Bettie Broaddus millinery store Lexington Herald Mr W II Bright of this city is in Lancaster visiting Mr G T Grimes Mesdames C D Powell and H C Ham At this season of the interested in head Saturday larch 31st- I will have on display the most beautiful line ever shown in Lancaster Styles to please the most in the latest Dreams la Trimming Graceful In Shape Correct In Every fay The ladles are Invited to call and see them Miss Bettie Broaddus r Rhnwy has Miss Frankie I Milline Millinery I I yearLadiesarealways 2 I Iwear On I I I I I fastidious I creations I j 3 l f Valley r 1 a I 1 QQoOQOOOOocfG- I l i 1 ilton have returned from several days visit in Louisville Arthur Joseph has been confined to room with a bad case of tousilitis but is reported some better M iss Laura Smith has returned from a visit neice Mrs J M Staugh ton of Middletown Ohio Mrs J C Hemphill Theo Currey and II M Ballou attended the funeral of Mrs E F Gaines at Danville Miss Carrie Currey and brother Theo attended the funeral of Mrs Gaines in Danville the past week Mr Charles Davis and wife of Leb onon Junction have been visiting her parents Mr Jacob Joseph and wife Mrs Alex Walker and Mrs R L Euibry spent last week in Stanford and visited Mrs W B OBannon Mrs T J Warner Miss Rose Durkin of Willington Ohio has arrived to take charge of the trimming department of Miss Bettie Broaddus millinery parlor Lancaster friends have received an nouncements of the arrival of twin buys at the home of Mr and Mrs Robt L Jennings at Los Angeles Cal They have been named Robert Lee Jennings Jr and John Thompson JenningsSomerset D Peacock who recently came to this city from Lancaster will build a five room res idence on Hawkins avenue Frank Pumphrey of this unite is arranging for the erection of a cozy little home on College street Her Lancaster friends are much grat itied at the large gain made this week by Miss Mary Lear in the Courier Journal TourToEurope Contest The increase of over twenty thousand proves that her friends are determined that she shall win Send her your bal lots and help the Garrard county girl win Nobleville Ind Ledger Mr and Mrs W E Dunn entertained a of guests at a G oclock dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Miss May me Ballard of Lancaster Ky L Hale gave a card party select number of her younglady friend Thursday afternoon the guests of honor being Misses Ethel Delln of Warren Ohio and Mayme Ballard of Lancaster Ky Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says J C Rayne editor of the Herald Addington Territory but thanks to dham berlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the best of liniments If troubled with tlsm give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by McRoberts Drug Store 1m Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order to get it we propose to Jive ydu more for your produce than any else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Newest and in Box Tablets and Frisbies Drug Store to her I aud- RepublicanC numb r T for d I M r Indian ne erndon latestst les Paper env lu s Mrs rheum a WMMnM I I j jt j j m X I Coffee COPPHH Coffee Yes we are sole age1ts for the iftmouj Woolson Spice Co line of Coffees prices from 366 por pound We guarantee to far exceedany other line town ICall and let us show you or phone 20 i Ib j DAVIDSON g k Q 4 0004 4Q44 Q4QQ 4 4QQQ 4- e X 1Q ranging 856to this coffee in u a i i 8 Q Wedding of Prominent Couple The marriage of Mr Charles Cox and Miss Maggie Belle Stevens last week was solemnized at home of the brides parents on Crab Orchard pike in the presence of the relatives and some intimate friends The ceremony was performed by Rev C S Ellis of the Baptist church The bride is a of Mr David Stevens and is a young lady of beauty and many She is quite popular with a wide circle of friends and admirers who wish her all happiness The groom who is the son of Mr Henry B Cox is a young gentlemen in every sense of the werd and his industry uprightness and manliness have won for him a legion of friends who wish him all success Tue fact that he ts Hery Cox boy is proof enough that he has been raised right and is honorable in every sense of the word A TRIBUTE To Mrs Susan Price v her fathers A familiar figure to generations in the place of her birth there Is not a home where sor row does not reign where sympathy does not dwell The writer knew her first in the full maturity of her wife lood and motherhood Devoted to her reside circle she was a keeper at home One vivid picture conies before me as my mind travels back in remi niscense Her little whom she so proudly idolized stood beside her at cottage on the hill a high hill in that day in her arms was another little man in long clothes and her tiny twin daughters Mary and Martha were standing eyeing the callers with the unabashed gaze of childhood Death broke into the little band and gathered as angels from Heaven two of this lovely group and other children followed to the grave till only two are William Cicero Price now of Dan ville and Martha Price Frjsbie who has lived with her mother since her widowhood In her friendships Mrs Price was real and true Wherever sickness and sorrow entered she too came in a ministering spirit and not a few sur vivo who will remember her kind acts whiie life lasts The social side of her nature every drew her among the young people while her sense of humor made her distinctly compainionable in all circles Her reign was in an era when women were so poorly educated that their topics of conversation were limited to persons and things Books were scarce opportunities for mental improvement were few and the vill age gossip was a knowncharrcter in every assembly Amid these condi tions and in this atmosphere Mrs Price rose superior to the spirit of the age IIer voice was gentle and her heart was kind Her speech was harm less and her judgement were ever in charity Her sense of the eternal tit ness of things was finely adjusted She was gifted with a superior mind and was an artrst of no mean ability Her paintings on velvet were ceiebrat ed in that time of the domestic femi nine accomplishment and I doubt not that there is still in the family a cer tain exquisite gown adorned by her brush to rival the daintiest Parisian fabric Her artisic genius was also manifest in her love of flowers in the cultivations of which she was untiring Her home was beautified by their bloom and the esthetic gave coloring to the prosy details of daily living Mrs Price was one of a large family Her father Jesse Woodruff held a muncipal office in the town of Lancas ter where she passed her life with the exception of several years in Danville She was tbe wife of a noble gentle man who represented our best citizen ship in birth education and right living Dr Jennings Price now deceas ed There some very sweet lessons to be learned from the record she has left us And we who are approaching the sunset slope may well hope that lifes fitful fever over we may like her Wrap the draperies of our couch a bout us and lie down to pleasant dreams Eugenia D Potts A Tribute To Mrs Susan Price Full of years and of deserved honors has passed from among us She was a woman of long and varied experiences much checkered in her girlhood In 1833 Lancster had a must terrible visa tation of Asiatic Cholera and during seige her father mother two sisters and brother were victims She was just seventeen years of age and was alone with four younger sisters to battle with the vicisitudes of life But she was one of those characters of the 19th century She married Dr Jennings Price in 1834 She survived him fifteen years Their union was blessed with seven children five of which died in infancy raisin two to maturity Mr WC Price Danville and Mrs Mattie P Frisbie with whom she resided The latter years of her life were not laborious but pleasantly clrcumst nce3 her two children and five grand suns each made it their individual effort to have her environments and happy In her last hours she was permitted to have all with her In their affectionate attentions to soothe her a fit ending of such a long and useful life She made pilgramages over county and town to minister to sick and dying Many lovely flowers testified to the love and veneration she held A Friend White Leghorns Exclusively Do you want If so get a start of White Leghorns The grearest lay beenbredEggs 15 for 50 cents 35 for 8100 100 and over 2 cents each W E Moss I also sell the SureHatch Incubator the best made Phone 184F imay Lancaster Ky D L Ripe and full of years Mrs Susan Woodruff Price has been gathered I I boy the left are she the left stron couraJeous of often y I 6 the daughter accomplishments several auspIcions 1 n d e A Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins else Currey Herudon tf Four honest and hustling young men to travel and take orders for the need not apply Call on or address N Durham Mgr Lancaster Ky Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins Get a good cup of coffee at Ballous Reception Eat pickles jams preserves at Ba lous Saturday Try a saucer of Baked Beans with India Relish at Ballous Remember the day Saturday the 24th Try Kitional Biscuit Cos fine cakes crackers etc at Ballous Reception Just recieved a car load of Buggies see us for prices Haselden Bros 3t We have a Car of Spring Beauties in the way of Buggies tt Ilaselden Bros Remember fur Buggies and Harness that Haselden Bros have t hi goods at d prices that can not be beat 3t Haselden Bros Currey Herndon distrioutors of fancy groceries and delicacies defy competirion Currey Herndon We sell Blankes coffee that made coffee drinking a fad at Worlds fair it others follow tf Currey Ilerndon Watch the big Soap deal at Currey Ilerndon tf We sell first class goods at inferior prices not inferior goods at first class prices Currey Herndon tf If you want your hens to lay more feed them Inter National Poultry food Currey Herndon tf See Pug Hes the ice man tf A nice lot of two feet boards on hand now John Magee I want your side meat will pay good prices II M Ballou Save your money buy Neverwctt Rooting John Magee Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins This summer when you get warm call Pug Elkiu lies the ice mar No 29 tf How would you like to be the ice man Im it Pug Elkin tf Seed Oats Car load recleaned clipped northern seed oats just receiven by tf Banks Hudson I will pay the highest price for eggs and butter H M Ballou Just Received New lot sewing machine neeedles and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf I will not oe undersold Smoke that please Ballou 2t Just Riceived New lot of iustrumentstrings Best made Thompson the Jeweler tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 21tf I do handle the best coffee let no one throw you off H M Batlou 2t the Jeweler tf Varnish oils acr lowest prices Frisbies Drug Neverwett Roofing will last you from 10 to 15 years and only 1 10 per square caps and nails included John Magee 2t Wanted Veal Calves Will pay cash for veal calves at market price C W Anderson at Hudsons stand It Hornless red Left my place on Lexington pike about Feb 1 Five dollars reward for return Wm Lear tf Calladium Canna Bulbs and Potted Plants for sale at Hamilton Dunlaps store Orders for Cut Flowers a spe cialty Mrs Chaires Walter 31Gtf The pupils of the Herring school house district are requested to meet Sunday afternoon at Herrings school house at three oclock for the purpose of organizing the Sunday school 2t W E Muss president 1st Dist Last Notice All knowing themselves indebted to Lancaster Graded School for back taexs will please call at once and as it will save you cost as space has been engaged in this paper to same E W Harris Tres Court Day Dinner I will serve Court Day dinner at my residence on water street at 25cts Good dinner and ready when you get th re Miss Lena Bright I have secured the services of Miss Rose trimmer for the sea son She is one of the best to be found in tbe South and cordially invite the ladies to call see my stock of Spring and Summer Millinery It is beautifullineMiss Bettie Broaddus For Sale The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about and one half acres with agood two story bouse containing rooms large garden barn and barn lot For particulars write or apply to CW or FP Frisbie produceWanted AmericaEither Westart up Ill bringItI I Window Paint Putty Stork highest Lost Cow helter Notice settle advertise 2t Durhenas one of C0 C C C Joseph glassalisize and also r s It I About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year to this Office tf Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and get it crush ed for feed Bunks Hudson I will be at my ollice o n Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mittie A DunnSupt Remember 1 sell the best goods and I sell them as cheap as any one 2t II M Ballou Toilet Articles of discription Frisbies Drug Sloe Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated sent to Banks Hudson tf I will give a little more for eggs than any one else come and see 2t II M Ballou The leading floristls represented by Ed C Gaines flowers promptly for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf The finest line J erfume ever Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive Hemp at the and Hudson ware house Call phone 16 or 20 R M West Cu See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash etc John Magee The Baptist Ladles Aid Society has engaged Dr T T Eaton of deliver one of his popular lectures here Friday evening April 27th Ills subject will be Pour Kin tf We have a beautiful line of samples of engraved wedding invitations colt ing cards etc Come see em Very latest styles The Record office tf If you want to see tall hustling just ring up 181 and see how quickly we can deliver your order for anything in the grocery line Curry Ilerndon tl See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Retail clothing hats sHoes and furnishing goods salesman Only competent men needed apply State agent Walsh Bros M t Sterling Ky For chapped hands face or lips use Almond Cream It pos itively cure them Price loots tf Frisbies Drug Store Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy ruses sera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Handsomest line of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just o pened at Morrow tf Silver Wyandotts Eggs from picked and mated pens of Bred Silver Wyandotts 81 00 per sitting G tf Lancaster Ky The Best Flour I have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand and can make a price that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the many ex telling qualities of this Flour 1 have it in barrels Frank B Marksbury We Throw In Somthing You will not bo in style unless have one ofourSPRING HAIR CUTS logo with your new Sprint hat and suits Free hair tonic given wilh every shampoo Henry M Duncan the old reliable barber Come to us for a smooth clean shave tf Take your prescriptions to Frisbies Store use but the very finest drugs and chemicals ob taiuable 2 2 tf I am prepared to give firstclass day board at 2 25 per week Will serve meals during court at 25cts Evry thing good and served in the best pos sible manner Miss Lena Bright Flower Sale The Baptist Ladles Aid Society will have a flowersale at the store of C D Powell begginning on April lath and continuing several days A splendid assortment will be on hand and you List At Onca new catalogue for the year We have special facilities for finding you a buy er for your property and have on hand both City and farm property for sale at all times Hughes Swinebroad Real Estate Agts Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where 1 will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly both in yard or anywhere in 5 miles of this city Spechn to parties wanting car Will any I have corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street X To A Unless copy is brought AX to this office on MONDAY 1- T it will be impossible for us f to change your ads that week This is a printing A 2 office rule we are forced to 2 2 adhere to Please remem V 0 her this and prepare your ads early oo ooV ooo h d e ry at Coal f DrugStore Louisville- to lcRo eats B Swine rord Drug t pricesRememberthedate propertyfor ces ts or onep 15tt o Advertisers 9 0 Wanted Apply furnished S C Wanted 1 C lw R a Buggy Painting and REPAIRING We use the Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Buggies etc on hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call Conn Bros Our line of Druggist Sundries is complete in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRISBIES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Iwill prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store jj March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General Insurance 1Unnrffnlnr nnrnrnnnnrtrUr i E a E E a I lU1U1U1Ulll1UlllUlUlUlU I 5 Talcum I I R U OOCOOC ooc I I I oooooooc I I n J J 1llUlliJIIiI61111U1U111111111Ji1 I I FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Ounce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kcmper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservativeBanking accommodation CAPITAL 16rooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JS BURROWS WOODS WOODS WC FISH i I DIPncroRS J B E L Out Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casual ity InsuranceII LEWIS Y LEAVELL President JJ WALKER VIe Prest vORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5 M SURPLUS F HUDSON Cashier W O IGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKKR Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold J I I f 1 j t S- iB asj r L I BII Iiin E A gctabt Assimilating ihcfoodandReguta ting the St andBowels Promotes Di estionCheerru1- ncss and RestContains neither OplUmMorphin nor NOT NARCOTIC Anst ked lion Sour StomachDiflrrhOt Worms Convulsions fecrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP yacSimilc Signaturc ot NEW YORl EXACT cOPY OF WRAPPER Nil Arapo1d11rsMl2zmrffERJuqa RZJahr Ifrirat I7nsccJaifzdJuqzJ for PlJiaGc- 015 pr pair Wija SellY ig SnpieP- 6Ji mJ DrI Rc2 Tow = Ii iIfJkl fiALSTACifS 0 5 GLASS VVOT tc r- OUT THE I Y il 8O HO FRC PUNCTURES CASH WITh ORCR 4iQ lUCRE TGUBLE of in tirei ixrincc Bears the Signature of II CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMANT NEW fORK CITY I I PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats Corn Barley antI Linseed Meal property balanced and ground For horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed J Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer resuts Fertilizers GrainsSeeds fjJGrOUND fEEDjJ lzLoAtrtmI S 1i S renjf1t eensm XIN TOr l J ciJ O1LY Pftzs3iaa Nodknger from TZ2OSNS CAC ftmkig J Opinionsof its users given if interestedwrite for prices Onion Sets PotatoesPoultry Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY I loJ Ji gt1 U 11 is 21 n mm ra- tvritc for our big 7UKi2 KldCLE catalog coLipete line of fro b LL the most 1ucrl I F s m Low any orcti ucuufacturer dealer in the world B0 SSTB1T Jd P1YG Oir1t ve rtteivfitl or x tVt Vrs Cutt kind of high s j io vsradt and Kari ol our aWe LOW Icrs inndc pcjiuie 1i i fictor lonjens profit f tifuiata a cent deposit F rlitar make other will team a writing us a postal t za every totm cud rae an opportunity f t1lSHIP I1H APPf1 PayteiUow 10 s i1l and 1 terms which no cthc hOI e in orB will do You and vale nbl iufornaiioi by We led I idc A oerto lllke to suxtall meu ho tpply tit or ci y i 1 tri rntil yo aid cribiig brc15 old I s arst models III1S id cw ilircct to rider o m Diy FiC 1 the geL riucli Lnly money vouut ouca Y W 9FiBtD Serious like intentional knife cuts can be vulcanized like any oilier tire Tw3 Hundred Thousand pairs now ir sslczi use Over Savantylive Thousand pairs sold last year TusPirs N TACm oruis LAiS A antI and IV also tn prevent rim wilt OHlIiE uviko SOFT ELASTIC a Sticc tl3puncture strl3 u str uH cutting Thotlici E1S IUDme tnc1retbortrca any plated brass hand pump and two puncture closers on full orders these aeUpuncture closers to iu ease of intentional cats or Tires to be returns ct tar reason they ere not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent us as as in a bank Ask Postmaster Banker Express or Freight Agent or Editor of this paper about us If order a pair o these will ride caMer run wear better last longer loci We know that you will so well please ill give us your order We trout yea to us a small tJESi1RfPT1Uf fade in nll sizC It is IhcI nd easy I durt le md lined inside wiiI a special qualy or which never becvns porous and which closes up mUlll punctlref air escape We have huud fxca customcr tllt thirtire lm p1tI U P on wic in a They wcih mOTe rn ordinary the Jllncture qaalitie by spcciallt on the tread Hold nc rcllsltloll felthen ndm on J phah or soft is overcome b the Jiasket Weave tread whkl Ill from briri cut Lc wen the tire ml the road tllllS oerc ming nil sucliolJ rite price of tlte tiles pcr pair tail for l osd we are factory to the ride ef only 4 per rair All shipped cay letter is We bhip COD on approval You do uot cent uutl1 you have n foued there rcprctentcd W ogre I i liner than eerusc seen at any price t I tri rubber sltlout ti stating r wlioleseascn no tire resistitig being of thin That roads patent air is S5o makina special So orders sanic receired pay a as We vill allows thereby nalang the price taa per pair ifyon sea FULL Ct5It V ILDR tiuS Wc will also snc1 one meld b to as any tire yoa have or cad JGAfjiEIi BRAE fftfiRinS bH write us 1 postal today DO NOT THINK CF BUYING t kJkf KZ91 or a anyone until know the new anc wonderful offers we are snaking It only rusts a postal to Write it NOW JED CYCLE CaiPflSY Dent J L GUieieO Ill rrceS charged and mu Viritc fo cur bi SUNDlt1 CltlDyi1ZiLCtS i CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR c and OLDS OUGHS Price 50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK FOLEYSHONETTAR u TROUBLES 0 I5 F in the line Ire sold ustt halt the add1ep ace ccc- eveytliin The LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 22 4 P H CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 75 5 25 Medium to good shipping steers 4 2J 4 75 Choice butcher steers 4 oo 4 6 Medium to good butchers 2 50 3 OU Common to medium butchers 3 00 3 50 Good to choice feeders 3 25 4 00 Common to medium feeders 7o 3 on Good to extra stock steers 2 2o 75 Common to medium stock steers 2 00 2 iO Good to choice stock heifers 3 25 375 Common to medium stock heifers 1 75 2 50 Plain light mixed stockers 2 00 a 50 Medium to good bulls 225 a 00 Choice veal calves G SO Common to medium calves 4 50 Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO iba G CO Medium packers 160 to 200 ibs C CO Choice light ship 120 to 160 Iba C 40 Choice pigs 90 to 120 lbs 580 Good plg 50to901bl 5 50 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibl 585 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 75 4 J5 Fair to good 3 00 3 60 Common to medium 2 CO 3 oo Bucks 2 00 3 00 Extra shipping lambs r C 75 600Common I Markets I I 2 h GOO HOGS x I For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc James E Clay liourbniis largest producer of export cattle sold to loe Frakes 90 head of 1 50 pound cattle at 5 cts per pound The cattle were Chipped East They realized their owner the handsome sum of etiioo A special from Duluth says The present prospects are that there will be 20000 000 bushels of jrain in store at the head of the lakes at the open n of navigation lort Arthur Fort Williams at the Canadian lakes will have extensive stocks of grain One thing on the average deserve more attention than it receiv es and that is the using of the un profitable acres and the waste places Some of these corners and acres should go into Bras and be kept in grass some should be planted with fruit or forest trees and some should be tile drained It is foolish to wish for more land when one has land owned and paid for which returns nothing but weeds year after year A farmer says that he rids hi farm Qf rats iu t Mming mim i On a miiilier of pieces of shingles I put out about a teaspoonful of and on that I put a small quanti tv of concentrated lye and them put under the cribs The next morning 1 found some dead rats and the rest left for pans unknown I have cleared several farms of the pets in the sime way and nevei knew it to fail We hope some of oui readers will try it nod report DO IT TODAY i fjP J9 o c Er c approximately t molasses theold fort antI 5 shingles around 3 C r And o think that ten months ago I looked like this I I owe it to German Syrup CjjThe timeworn injnnction Never put off til tomorrow what can do is now generally presented in this Do j terse advice we want to about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with you have been struggling for das perhaps some reliable remedy it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boscbees German Syrup has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use a few days will you completely ffNb matter how your even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a as it has done before in thousands of hopeless cases of JXew 250 regular size 75c At all druggist For nale by It K ITIcRoberlB Ulcer of the Stomach Insidious Nature of the Disease How to Recognize and Cure It Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked symptoms excepting those caused by indigestion- It is due to an Inflammation which affects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away by the gastric juices In good health the stomach resists the action of the gastric juices but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping up until perforation of the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from the pit of the stom acb back to the shoulder blade At the tlrst symptoms of treatment should at once be started with Mi ona This is a sci entilic remedy adapted specifically to one purpose the cure of stomach troubles It is uniformly sucrssful that R E McRoberts signed guarantee with every 50 cent box that the money will be refunded if it does not cute Mi ona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the disestive organs and building up the whole system Use it for a few days and there is no reason why you should not be able to eat any food you like at any time fear of distress TlieDlSCOYERER M SURE SAFE S SPEEDY s HMtf1Pfl l 111n l N RHEUMATISM CURE Sold by Drusaisls Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist e I today to to ay several cars cure cure apparently i Indigestion without fmr with Kidnty LIVER M RHEUMATISM W3 cured with one BoUlt in J DAYS a sSSCum- I Jesse DWearen lisiraice Ageita Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Guinea Hotel represented Farms and City Property For SALE and New List Below will be found an absolutely new list of property which we hand together with other proreriy not herein listed Our increased facili ties and experience places us in a post lion to find the purchaser what will suit himr and to find the seller a pur chaser We bring buyer and seller to gether This list wilt be taken from and added to from time to time To in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the frdnt rank as to the produc tion of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for breaking hemp was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paying the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new brick hotel and a new Bank with a capital stock of 850000 00 is a certainty Thestockbas been subscrib ed and work on the building will con mence at once Plans are also being perfected for the erection of a new opera house and other business build ings We have one of the best graded schools in Kentucky the BEST system of water works in the State and the best system of electric lights Also headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Company whose lines reach all points Lhe Bell Telephone also has a line here There is free rural delivery of mail along all the pikes in the County Further description is unnecessary but Come and See No 1 Brick store room on public square in Lancaster US feet frontage runs buck full length of the block Is in the bet business portion of the town Gun sell this property eo as to net purchaser per cent on his invest ment utter payment of taxes insurance etc A liiugniti See us for price Xo 2 acre of ground on Totteu avenue in Laucsster acres grass lXiO 0 Tills property will rent for 1200 per mouth Xo S a room frame cottage on Totteu avenue In Lancaster 158 acres of laud 1 acre in grass Kents for 1000 per month Price 111000 Xo 4 Ilrick storeroom ami dwelling on anville street in Lancaster Close to Public Square The storeroom is large and well light ert Unclling portion has target story hall 4 rooms jind hath room above rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable nt the rear of premises opening on alley Price 7jOOO The building alone without the ground is worth the money Xo 5 2 story frame dwelling on south side of Richmond street in Lancaster acre of ground good garden plenty of fruit and hardy lowers good stable ami outbuildings This property has to be sold Price 250000 Xo 2 story frame dwelling in best portion of Lancaster I 4 acres of ground water works in yard good cistern also well in buck lot young orchard and plenty of fruit all necessary out buildings including stable splendid garden spot Price 2700CO Xo 7 Frame cottage dwelling and 2 acres of ground on Richmond street in Lancaster Items for tier month Price 170000 Xo S Building lots in Lancaster Tan suit yon in location and price Xo Large and commodious brick busi ness house unit dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21XiO feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 1 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for it Price 00000 propertyinwell known we deem ic unnecessary to give description here veto be a money maker to the purchaser See or write us for price and full description Xo 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave une in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 00000 each Xol2 5 building lots on Totten Av nue iu Lancaster 50 feet from each 1 of the lots hRS cistern and foudatiou rock ready for house These lots adjoin and can sell tnem as a whole or seperately The price will suit you 2flper front foot Xo A nice new frame cottage garden Lexington street iu Lancaster Ade sirable home In sight ot the and in one of the best reIdence sections the City Price 200000 Also will exchange this property also Xos 11 12 above for farm prooertv No 14 Something you dont have a chance at often Brick residence and 12 acres of ground within the City limits of Lancaster Ky Tire house consists of 10 rooms and Kitchen 3 halls large back porches one upstairs 2 stairways front and brick Iron porch in front waterworks throughout the house bathroom closet Ac 50000 barn and other outbuildings Fino garden and an abundance of fruit All the land in grass Very large front lawn with shade and ornamental trees and hardy lowers The house and grounds are in a fine state of repair This property must be sold for a div islon of the proceeds among the heirs to the property This is un ideal home and must be seen to be appreciated The price 1000000 Is way below Its value Xo 15 83 acres ot first class land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster A splendid new cottage also a no 1 good tenant bouse a large new barn plenty of water Is on free delivery mail route within one mile oi store rind 2 churches and school Worth what is asked S5W per acre No 16 74 J acres if as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high sate of cultiva tion This farm is 1 miles from pike slime distance from Bryuntsvillu a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer It a fine investment 65 CO per acre awji land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools ew 7 room frame honse3 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn tobacco 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all neceasary out bniHings 2 miles from Churches school stores This property is right on pike and is well Improved and is bargain at 6300 peracre Terms easy payments No 18 38 acres of land and nice 5 room 1 H miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly in grass sev eral acres in tobacco this year As an this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000- Nol9 107 acres of land in Garrard County In the Paint Lick section About 1 mile from pike small frame house and other out buIld ings I stock and tobacco barn 35 acres of tim i o g prospective purchasers something 7 Frumc cottage room In J I 6 residence We can soil property 13 nnd lot on Gradedschool of J No 17 acresof Sue hemp and tobacco 2 barn c cottage investment E1 ESTATE Ihave or I i this k t i S to L iKreil land on whMi there is 100 line sugar mill It atve In fiiMF lalnnco In cultiva wiirriBil b lever fiiilia springs aLd ponds Price 20 00 per acre No 20 4 acre i of lane close to town on good pike well Improved good residence and barn and out buildings is a nice home Will sell worth the money See us for price No 21 i acros of line hemp and land in Garrani County only 2 miles from caster runs right along the pike is near an other Dike Splendid stock furm About 100 acres III cultivation balance III grass 2 story brick dwelling new stnck barn and other out buildings 1 well watered Parties wanting this much Innd will do well to look at this or It tern be divided unto smaller farms to suit 2 or unrchasers miX per acre 212 acres of good uteri fertile land right on Danville pike 2 mules from town good house Incur barn and other out buildings Plenty of water good fencing will raise hemp farm can be divided so as make 2 good farms froutingoii pike C250 acre Xo 23 1 story frame cottage of rooms and 2 acres of land just outside the City limits of Lancaster has full benefits of the town without the payment of town taxes A bargain 130000 Other property for and exchange List your property with us We would like to show YOU our contract Real Estate COMBINED STALLION I I tin tobacco Lan o 2 and per sale HU HES SWINE ROAD ri tobacco This ANCASTER KENTUCKY t Neatwood JrGoal Black Stallion son of Nutwood full Ki mantIs high heavy inane and and excellent carriage KKVT WOOl Jit will make the season of 19i at my farm miles from Lttncasie on Lexington pike at the low price if 8 to Insure a Living Cost Lien retained on colt for service fee Care taken to pievent accidents but not sible should any occur Xratwood Jr is the mare is parted with lie has proven himself to be a XEATWOOI Jr Sire of Koywood 2 Bud 22i by Nutwood 21SJJ 1st darn d un of Ocala 22 of Hilda darn of Cnylur Hagar 22S Coast Uauge trial 2JO of La Jraeis dam of Kmight 21S4 Graeewood 217 Llliwood 2 20J of I dam by Alexanders Xorman 25 Sd dan Smiths Highlander 4th darns by lirods Arab 1 will nlpo stand 2 Junks at 100 each These Jacks are IB hands high with large bone and mussel Sold several colts Inst year at wean time for 1COCO each Wm LEAR Lancaster Ky Real Estate Bargains FOR SALE BY W T EWING Eeal Estate Agency HAKBODSBUKO KY 240 ACRES well impvd near pike Mercer Co nt 40 ex for smaller farm 4C Acres oupike near Salvisa dwelling orch ard new barn 10o 207 Acres fine hemp tobacco land close to isnr Sill with SO acres wheat 7 Acres good inpvd wheat farm near at 70 1Ji Acres tobacco and wheat farm near pike V 00 120 Acres on Lexington pike ml Ilbarg hemp mural at 7 K 100 Acres on good road near pike well inipvd 3700 IS Acres poultry farm near Burgin K 00 57 Acres well impvd land near Burgin Good 3750 75 Acres good laud for any crop good road at 50 167 Acres fine laud near Salvisa in grass 10 years Imtml at 55 160 Acres 3 mile Burgin Crows hemp tobacco etc well impvd at li 120 Acre good impvd laud and Shaker town tWO 150 Acres excellent laud Grant Co Ky well impvd grows line tobacco at 22 an acre Owner in other business Hotel opera house store all with fine trade and on same lot Main st of growing Ky rail way town7000 Exchange even for a farm and nanny other property NOTE I have buyers for a number of good GARRARP Co farms I charge coramission til I sell Writ for my REAL ESTATE PAPER Q n j2 eat i Const I 2 alum 2 3101 hlbunrg nearpike g t N i I all r Sireso 11 rug Burg HOWES SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to giye perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Louisville Ky NOTICE TO CREDITORS GAUUAUD CIRCUIT COURT Ruth A Admr against DevPersuantClrcuitCourtmade at the March term 1906ni the above styled case the as Special Comtnissiuer will at his office in his residence on Danville street in the city of Lancas ter Ky hear proof on claims against the estate of Ruth A Aldridge decd been ing on March 31 1906 All iving cliams against said estate will present them properly proven 4 1906 JNO W MILLER Special Comr Garrard Circuit Court nearsightedand CoOpticians R persons h promptly undersigned TflXE By virtue of the tax due me as Sheriff of Gar tard County for tire year It01 owing by the delinquent tax payers of suid county 1 or one of my deputies will on Monday March 26 1906 between Ihe hours A M and 1 r M it being the regular March term of the Garrard ebeforeThe Court door ancaster the following real es tate in Garrard County Kentucky listed ty delinquents tax payers or so much iiiuy be necessary to pay the n ipaid tax of said delinquents for the year SideS as set forth opposite their names The slime includes penalty and cost of advertising As the same is paid the names will disappear LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT NO I Boyle Henry 1 town lot 2 70 CiinmughHin Mary i town lots V Jones J A 1 town lot Traylor Allen 1 town lot 11 r LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT NO 1 Jones Jim Jr 1 town lot 8 10 Leave Ceo V 1 town lot Leavell George 1 town lot 5 70- Jliddleton Bob 1 acre 8 00 Suiter Heirs 1 town lot SCO- Turpiu Ella 1 town lot 3 U Tens Madison town lot 5 JO Taylor Lucy 1 town lot I ir- BRYANTSVILLE WHITE UISTiUCT NO 2 Allen Mrs William i acres Ki 13 row n Mary Co acres 4 JO Cheatlmm Elisha acres SO Hudson H acres is 40 Lear J T4U acres 170Pollard John 4 acres 20 Preston Mrs Susie ICacres 100Sadler Ellen 10 acres 470 fherrow Miss Sallle 1 acre IK Williams Allie I ton lot 5 20- IlRVANTriVILLE COLORED DISTRICT Culdwell Harrison 1 acre r 0 Dunn Sanders 4 MI Davis Rich 1 acre 0 ur Dunn Buck Jrl acre SO hans JoInt 1 acre 4 Dunn Commodore acre 4 1 Embry Callie 1 acre I 2 Sullies Chas Bro 3 acres B UO Graves Slat 1 acre fi Hicks Mariub 1 town lot S 75 Kennedy Eliza 1 town lot 2 fi- Morehead Sam 4 0 Sigar Wiiiiam 1 acre 4 0 Smith Ben 1 acre C J Taylor Tom 15 acres 4 JJ BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT XO3 Baker John 23 acres fi 45 Kelly Toni 12 acres U y Layton J II35acres 1155 Murphy William 2 acres 4 SI Powers Mary B 151 acres J5 10 Ray Mike o acres C 95 Whittaker Will IU acres ft iO Walker W 11 63 meets Ifi 05 Woods A J Hi W BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No Anderson Pete 20 acres C CO PAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO 4 Brocr John 50 acres 0- 5BroadnsJ W I acre fi SO Bird Green 5 acres S 15 Cooley Sallie 20 acres 00 Safuey 10 Knuckles Jas 30 acres 470 Koehltr Ed it7 acres 50 McCullnms Heirs 40 acres 2 W Ross Malesa 3 acres 210 White Sirs E E 1 acres C DC Whitehead Jane 90 acres S 35 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Adkinson Henry I jr 05 Cheathain Milo I acre 570 Faulkner Abe 10 acres 6 iO Faulkner Bill I acre 415 Faulkner Eddie 12 acres I X Hicks Oscar J acres 445 Hawkins Sn jan Heirs 1 Town Lot S Kennedy Ed 2 acres 470- Leavell Thomas I acre 15 Marret Henry 8 acres 890 Marret Will Heirs 1 Town Lot n r5- Nevvland John 1 acre W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County Ky FOLEYSHONEY Cures C ld Prevents Pneumonia Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what yeu eat ISheriffs Sal6 FOR of9 County Court eJo Hon e In tire cOy of usa I I I G ale NO acres 1 lucre 35 acres t Givcnrs acres acres J 10 te raid thereof 71 I a 2 1 S I 5 a 2 3 DIg C j QUICKLY CURED DY and TarThere is no case on record of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other serious lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar has many cases of incipient Consumption and even in the stages will always give comfort and relief and Tar gives to Asthma sufferers as the difficult at once Remember the and Tar substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparation no opiates Cured o Terrible Gsigh en Lungs N Jackson Danville Ill writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great rtniediea without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since GcnsHifiptiQn Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Gentlemen Foleys aiyl Tar cured me of Consumption after i had suffered two years and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without i benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first dose am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung Trou ble Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three 50c SI 00 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the bottle al most six times as much SOLD AHD BEGGZBDED BY For sle bv CC T E Stormes HOARSE I COUGHS STUffYI COLDSI Fy7 oney I quickrelief nameFoleys 1 of I i I sizes25c andonehalf smallsize 100 breathing S and Trains Leave Lancaster No10 511 sau I J No10 245 51 No 1120 ns I j Nozr- 1511p3i S6px I No1 lX I Time in effect t 51cm rQI6 XOKTIl COINJ For Richmond Winchester Lextng ton Krankfort Louisville Cynthia Paris Carlisle COyS llIgtOIl Ciuciururall Nc urn Sirny For Winchester Piri Oviitliiiiim Icxiii toii Frankfort ShelbyvlIIe an l Louisville lail1e k SOUTH K017M1 For JiIIieo Crab Orchard Mt Vernin LiviiiK ton Ixmdon Cor bin Only curries iiasseiisrs fur points SoiithKouluinl lIl1tllesboro etc f I Junction City Leba nun iuunisvthie Etc ForSturford Niushuvi Stanford rind stationsFor way Trains run daily except Sunday Above ii Trfcin Xo 10 makes direct connection at Win chester 7 7 A M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville and nt Sl35 AM for null points east to Ashland Train No TO unites direct connection at Win Chester 4 sfi I JI with C O for all points west to Louisville Triii n Xo 15 makes direct connectinn Row land il350 I MI for all points south to Norton Va and Knoxvillc Train Xo makes direct connection at Row land 21 I M fur all points north to Louis sIlk Fare the slime via either Winchester or Row lund to Louisville 31362 Hay horse 15 hands foaled in 1898 This horse is a good gaited trot ter and a show horse of the vary high est type lie will make the present season at my place on the old Crab Orchard and Richmond road 1 mile from the Richmond and Lancaster pike at TEN DOLLARS to insure a colt was bred by William Simpson of New York He is by Red Wilkes oufoTMIsi Lane by Mambrlno 1atchen Miss Lane is n double producing daughter of Mambrlno rate hen She produced Miss Wilton with a record of 225 and Cornelian iiiGJ Carnelians 2nd dam Is Miss Carey who is a laughter of 11 mont 33 the best son of Abdullah his 3rd dam was Idahoby Gills Vermont His 4th dam Snow Bull by Grey Kiitfc I wilt also stand my big Black Jack GREEN at the same price and on tire same terms as Cjrnellan Green is 1C hands high i years old large bone and mussel arid has proven him self an extra breeder WOODS WALKER Paint Lick Ky station Carnelian No CAR LIS t A 211 high Z493 The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS A BillY Pr aldeat JOHN E Vice S C DINIIY R T Embry Bookkeeper 1 aml D Cochran Alex R AC RobInson lao Stormes W U Kinnaird a 10000- r L 1 STORIIES Pret Casble- rJ LBoblneou AsstCashr DIBECrOUS1KDenny