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THE CENTRALSEfEATEESTJl YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 0 1906 J RECORD NUBBIll I 1 W WI YlourrllZ have just II load of I I BuggieslSurriesl Etc G33Cc3 New Goods I INew Styles JClose Prices I OOO tOO I LIs i I1ASELE BRAS II 1b RL DAVIDSON At Law Office over Police Court room I Prompt atttmtloll to r ii 4 h I G CHRIS FARiS I Dentist I once Tiompou store st 1t Jr i tiVe received car Are You With Attorney bualness t ever sF Local Gossip Get shaved Saturday night Lots of fellows will wiggle out of go ing to church Sunday morning on the Couldnt get shaved dodge There will be services at the Baptist church next Sunday evening at seven oclock W C T U Easter Exchange at ten ocloQk at the Pot Ollice Cakes Bread and ect Everything good for your E ister Cut 11 wers on hand At 230 P M ice cream and cake served at 15cs a saucer At i niicting of the directors the Nation U Bink of Latcaster Mr S C Denny was cljctel a director to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Squire W 11 Kimiaird Mr Denney is i r of the bank and his election as a was a v is move Not Our Fault Through some trouble with the mails the packages of Records for sev oral otlices became mixed last week and some subscribers did not get their papers until Saturday and Monday When you fail to get your Record promptly it is because of some trouble in the mails as we print and mail them every Thursday afternoon It is impossible for one mans paper to come to your ollice and your paper miss as the labels are pasted on with a machine making it impossible to omit a name JABeazley Undertaker j Dinner drector I cast irterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit f I jet In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co JUST Big Line of the Celebrated Crossett Shoes FOR GENTLEMEN The best shoe made beyond all doubt The Crossett Shoe Makes Life Walk Easy Our Immense stocks of Now 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 Gompetion The Joseph Mercantile Co n RECEIVED I I J 1 pi a r i tt 4 t I The Uniform Rank Knights Pythias has taken charge of the hal over the National Bank The Ladies Aid Society will mee with Mrs II M Ballou Saturday after noon at 2 30 oclock The ladles of the Presbyterian church will give the novel entertain meet entitled the Singing Skule about the 8th of May Capt Am Bourne the auctioneer attended court at Richmond Monday and tells The Record the stock market was quite lively and business in all branches good Jas Hill one of the best carpenters a well as one of the cleverest fellows in central Kentucky is remoddling the third story of The Record build ing for the Masonic Lodge Sunday was the first pretty day in this section for many weeks There was a bright warm sunshine all day and the chirps of a few song birds gave good evidence that Spring weather is near at hand Court Adjorned Circuit court closed last Saturday after many important cases were dis posed of On Thursday Tom Farlie colored was sent to the penitentiary for five years for killing Jim Smith colored near Bryantsville Killing On Saturday night about ten oclock Mace Miller was shot in the head from the eilects of which he died Sun day night S B Jennings is in jail charged with the killing It happened in frontof R II Batsons store It late there were only two or three witnesses and we will not attempt to give the facts until the trial is held Lancaster Boy Climbing Friends in his old home town are glad to know of the rapid rise In busi ness world made by Mr Wade II Bush now of St Louis Mr Bush located in St Louis and accepted a position with a real estate firm and his splendid at tainments good habits and honesty soon won the confidence of the busi ness men and he is now one of the bestknown real estate men in that city lIe has recently formed a part nership with Frank J Doughtertv and the St Louis Republic prints their pictures together with a nice writeup An Apology We beg our subrcribers to indulge the lack of reading matter in this issue of The Record as our friends the ad vertisers have complete swamped us only occurs a few times in each year and were it not for the fact that the grazing grows a little long oc casslonally no newspaper would last as long as Pat staid in the army We promise to make good later on how ever so please act like a good Mason and Wait a time in patience Beautiful Display The weather was far from suited for a display of Spring millinery but a large number of were out to see the immense stock of pretty hats at the local stores Each was beautifully decorated the goods being tastily arranged and the ladies gazed at the displays in much the same bewilderment that the children inspect the first opening of Old Santas stock at Christmas time A larger more complete prettier or more stylish line of millinery was never brought to Central Kentucky and the good taste and judgement displayed in making the selections speaks volumns for the Lacaster ers and their expert trimmers The Record advises those ladies who have not yer made selections to go at once and see the lovely lines for their With this issue The Record begins its sixteenth year During the last eleven years the present editor has made a feeble attempt at holding down the tripod Some of the experI been sweet some bitter and if we have made an enemy during the time it was through an error of the hand and not the heart We are very grateful for those who have the office and more so to those who have spoken a good word for us It has always been and always will be the aim of the editor of this paper to tell the pleasant instead ot the unpleasant happenings and our grow ing subscription list leads us to believe this the correct policy for a country paper to persue We have had about a carload of communications brought in for publication in which the writers sought to roast some people out not one line of it was printed In again thanking our patrons and friends for past favors we will take the liberty of saying that the CentralRecord office is the bestequipped in Central Kentuc ky and we are ready to do any kind of printing on the notice and at the lowest the cheap est but at what the job is worth Exchange The W C T U will have an exchange at the post office on Saturday before Easter and will have for sale at low prices all kinds of cakes salads bread pies in fact many articles you can not buy elsewhere The exchange will be open at ten oclock A H and remain open all day so early and get first choice f being Saturday ladies Raced inspectsonOur ences have figuresnot l 1 1 I o examining establishment whim patronized shortest Easter come Y 2t- it y t r1 Business Change Two of Lancasters oldest and most highlyrespected citizens are to again enter the mercantile businessMessrs Jacob C Robinson and Jimmie B Collier They have purchased the stock of fumture of Hamilton Dunlap and will contjnue the business in the old stand Lancaster never had two more popular men or better Christian gentlemen and it affords The Record great pleasure to an nounce their determination to the mercantile A Splendid Young The Louisville papers speak in the most complimentary manner of Mr J II Wallace who is well known and highly thought of by a legion of friends here in his old home lIe has j been a resident of that city for several years and holds a good position At a recent elrction of olllcers in the Louis ville Legion he wits elected captain of Co C and one of the papers adds this to its notice thereof The members of Company C as well as the whole regiment should feel honored to have such a high class Christian gentleman as an officer in such a grand regimen t which we now hope to see Company C desires young men of the best type Each member musr be five feet nine inches or more in height passed an ordinance conforming to the the Slate law in reference to 3 work or employment Only labor which is necessary or for charitable purposes will be permitted Barber shops cigar stands and stores general ly will likely be closed wherever they 5 have been operating i- An ordinance was also passed refer a ing to rates and contracts for furnish I big water and full charge of the water works was given to the Marshal The 2 council accepted the resignation of 3 S I Rothwell as marshal and J A Beazey was elected to till the vacancy f He George Pollard as Ins f and they went on duty at once 5 BKYANTSYILLE Miss Kate Patton left a few days ago to visit her friends in Atlanta Miss Eliza Ison left for Lexington last week to enter the A M College Mr B M Mulliiis left for the west after a weeks his parents here Mr Alfred Swope has a position as salesman in A Scotts storeMrs Sam Detheridge of Richmond visited her mutter B Welsh ast week Miss Anna Key Jenkins has return ed home after a delightful visit to in Indianapolis Mr Clint More who has been conun to his room with rheumatism is re port d as improving slowly Mr Brad Cunningham and wife of Louisville to the recently pur chased of Mrs Mrs Dr Durham and children are with her parents Mr and Mrs Al Bridge for the week News was received here of the illness of Mrs Susan Johnston formerly of this place but now of Burgin Mr R K Swope has moved to his farm bought of Mr C M Jenkins and will begin building an addition to his residence at once Miss Clara Bennet of Louisville is expected this week to take charge of the trimming department of Miss Josephine Boner who has a beautiful line of Sprinz Millinery It is claimed that if two or flax seed are planted in each hill potatoes potato bugs will not bother the vine at all This may not be true but it will cost very little te test it Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and coutracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la gripes with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Egleston of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head up eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a double dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon knocked out the grip Sold by R McRoberts the reliable drug gist at Lancaster im City Ordinance- An Ordinance prohibiting word on the Sabbath and fixing penalty for violation thereof The City Council of the City of Lancaster Kentucky do ordain as follows Seed That no work or buisness shall be done on the Sabbath day except the ordinary household offices or other work of necessity or charity and if any person on the Sabbath day shall himself be found at his own or any other trade or callirg or shall employ hiss apprentices or other in labor or the same be for or amusement unless such as is permitted above he shall be fined not less than two nor more than fifty dollars for each offense Every or apprentice so employ ed shall be a separate offence Sec2 persons who ale mem hers of a religeous society who observe as a Sabbath any other day in the week tnan Sunday shall not be liable to the penalty prescribed in the pre Section if they as a Sabbath one day in each seven as herein provided Attest Jnb M DuncanMayor Loata LBurnside Clerk I I I I MagI I i i i i i IOnSunda daysin vasit to 1 r Mrs Sallie tat mford ii rn fi oft ii m I Ii I I Wstop- ped ffi Ii ffi Iii H 1 I 1 i cee I i il r reenter named deputy k relatives farm L St serious c myself ji person whether person That l w Goods New and Uptodate Spring Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Arriving Daily H T LOGAN w I I Spring New Containing 42 pieces each to be GIVEN AWAY Chairs and other ar ticles to be PREMIUMS With every lOc purchase you are entitled to a Rebate Stamp at our store in premiums Save the stamps and get and useful FREE OF CHARGE Our extensive line of EHgL U JJ rrIJ 1L8 frIJ H 1f I I Ii given as I I I I somethingnice l DERSETSt- redeemable I have been received this week All we ask is that you look at them We know you will buy for Styles Quality and Prices are Right The LOGAN DRY GOODS Go aE SpringGOOds the- Ir J Jilil I i i a H1 Grand Opening AT THE We are now ready for business All of our stock is just brought in new and is uptodate It is the largest and most attractive stock in this county or any adjoining counties and stock will increase every day still larger Our stock consists of Dry Goods all kinds of Ladies Furnishing Goods ReadyMade Skirts Mens Boys and Childrens and Tailor made Clothing and Furnishing Goods Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes in both HighCut and Oxfords A big stock of Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Druggets Rugs Lace Curtains Window Shades a big line of Fancy and up to date Towels Table Linens and Nap kins and Chenelles Also have a nice line of Jewelry and Musical Instruments In tact we have everything you can call the lines mentioned here We will sell you goo s right and guarantee prices from ten to fifty per cent cheaper than any body in the state in any of our lines Now remember the First Opening is SATURDAY April 7th All of our FastColor Colicoes 4c 4 c and 5c Best American SMI p sons 5 c Apron Ginghams 4c Brown and Bleach Cottons from 5c up Cotton Shirting 4 c up A fine line of White Goods all kinds Linens and Dress Goods at reduced prices c SJ Ui C i 1J n fT QtIIU i i The New t BLUE FRONT SAT APL 7th I I I formn t I I I po date We have received and opened up a nice and up to date line of Our prices on Mens Suits from 208 up to 1500 Trousers 50c 350 Boys Suits 2 48 850 Trousers 39c 248 Childs Suits 48c 450 knee pants 39c 125 All of this Clothing is worth 25 to 50 per cent more than our prices Men and Children Snits for I I e I Ie Boys Bator p u t I d We Invite Everybody to Come to this Grand Opening Yours for Bargains Proprietor WHOLESALE and RETAIL I I E E4X mRIS 0i THE FRIEND J WORK2NGMANS SALT Car fresh salt just received We have it in 7 bushel barrels 5 bushel barrels and 2 bushel sacks SEED All kinds of field seed COAL Best grades of COAL FEED Hay Oats Corn Chop Etc FLOUR Ballard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrels Prompt service Telephone 26 BANKS HUDSON Dont forget our on ftWERIGflN FEN6B Strongest Cheapest on the market today MOUNT ELKIN p WH If I NVltMrRR V r r places It I I SEST FE CE ftMPJwuwumfijw UJWUMM AND r r For Infants and ma MI Have Always BHckt- f Bears the S1gnatureof CASTOR IA YN q r I G B Hwlnobroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormed drag store i WmHerndon J Ii L w u R j CENTRAL RECORD Janlued Weekly roo per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll OjRcr in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and I I Lancaster Ry April 6 1906 Easter Display- We will have an Easter display of Handsome Millinery on Saturday April 7 Come see the Prettiest Hats ever to Lancaster A Most Cordial INVITATION is extended the Ladies to call and see our Easter flfflinen We have the most Beauti ful Creations the Prettiest Patterns the most We will appriciate a call 9 Miss BcttSe BroaddDS I I I I J I brought AdEL I I I 1 hovels nSI ZOCR g h Mr is ti Sl Y We handle the They are the W L Douglass the Walkover the Bostonian Packard Mass Bros King nobby and up to date styles Sell 500 at 398 450 3 09 400 324 350 2 98 King Quality and Walkover in tan shoes 350 at 248 and we also handle Parti Shoes for Ladies they are very best in the world AT REDUCED PRICES and we have some cheaper lines for Men Ladies Bays und Children at most any price Makes ot i i Qualityall fi Very Best Shoes Gossip About People Ne eNe A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Noreen Henry entertained a few friends Friday evening Mrs Chris Faris entertained the Embroidery Club Friday evening Mesdames F Robinson and B D Herndon are in Louisville shopping Mrs A T Rice of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs Guy Davidson Miss Pearl Ashley has accepted a position in Pattersons Blue Front s tore M iss Pearl Faulconer and Mr Drake made Mrs Joe Faulconer a flyingdvisit MondayMr Mrs Will Anderson of Kirks yule are visiting her sister Mrs Ann RobinsonCol Burton attendedRichmond court Monday and reports the horse market as brisk Mrs Louis Landram returned Mon day night from a visit to her sister Mrs Rice in Louisville Misses Margaret and Joan Mount returned Saturday from a pleasant visit to frirends in Lagrange Mrs Emma VanCikle of Danville is the guest of Miss Lucy Hart Gregory it Bowling Green country home Mr and Mrs Wm H Wherritt have returned from a very delightful visit to their children in Mobile and New OrleansMr T Wallace Jr orders his Re ord sent to him at Ancon C Z Istb of Panama As recently stated he ac cepted a good position under Uncle Sam at that place MrsChas Davis have arrived from Lebanon Junction and will make Lancaster their future home Mr Davis has accepted a position with the Joseph Mercantile Co We are told one of Garrards most prominent and popular horse men is to be tied into double blessedness be fore many days The bride lives in an other town and the announcement of her name would cause great surprise to even His nearest friends Now please dont ask any questions A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bow ells In perfect order Youll agree with her if you try these painless pu rifiers that infuse new life by B E McRoberts druggist 25c 1m Mrand Carp Guaranteed Price i t MT HEBRON Mrs Brack Grow continues quite ill Miss Leola Scott who has been quite ill is corivalessing Born to the wife of Mr J N Sherrer on Mar the 31st a fine boy Mr Dennie Scott bought of Samuel Duncan some shoatsat Gc per lb Mrs Samuel Duncan visited her mother Mrs M A Sanders Sunday Mr B A Duncan returned last from r visit to his son Mr Geo Duncan at Indianapolis The infant of Mr and Mrs James Benge was interred in the Mt Hebron cemetery last Thursday Mrs Dillard Brumfield and children of Jessamine spent last week with her mother Mrs Alex Dean Mrs Landram Burdett and children of KoKomo Ind are the guests of her mother Mrs Sara Duncan Miss Elizabeth Wallace sold a tract of land of twenty five acres located here to Mr Wm Humphrey for 8050 The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely and much interest is being manifested by the little peo pieMr Joe Duncan and sister Miss Yalona attended a party last Thurs day night given by their cousin Miss Loa Duncan Jennings and two daugh ters Misses Zeuithof Pink were the guests of Mr Alex Dean and family a part of last week The reaper death has again thrust in his sickle and gathered to his realm another precious one Mrs Sallis Simp son Grow aged seventy eight years departed this life March the 25th She bad been ill for several months and had borne her suffering patiently until God in his proper time called her home She united with the Bap tist church when quite young and had lived a consistent Christian life She was untiring in ber Christian duty and devoted a great deal of her time to the sick She leaves four sons one daughter and a number of grand chil dren to mourn the loss Funeral ser vice was condncted by Rev C SEllis at the home Tuesday morning at ten oclock which the remains were brought to Mt Hebron and placed in to await the reserection of the dead The host of friends in this locality extend their heart felt sympathy to the bereaved Devils Island Torture is no worse than the case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was ad vised to apply Bucklens Arnica Salve and less a box permanently cured me writes L 8 Napier Bugles Ky Heals wounds Burns and Sores like a magic 25a at B McBoberts lin j I Mrs Saliie Minda andr I I I the cemetry ones 11 than Jx t f Saturday after druggist f j 3 aiu The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BES GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING Stormes Drug Store 1 Lime and Cement irrin m FBJg j d lf 1 Ii m JH H Wifl 1 1 i EASTER HATS The showings of Easter jyiUlinn 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 Wings and large broad QuillsPlenty of Ribbon in Satins Taffetas and Velvet Hats in plainer fabrics Chips Pedales Leghorns Hair etc Rose Sepphlre Violets Reds Greens Leath er Browns etc We extend a cordial invita tion to everyone to call and examine the stock Ada II Kinnaird Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street PHONE 180 Boots Shoes Rubbers Cist LeastWear Best I We have a beautiful line of of engraved wedding invitations ing cards etc Come see em Very latest styles The Record office tf l I I I I I t f- I I I I I I I ColorsVieux I I I I I I oJII II I II 111 a a III a 1000 gTIX CINCINNATI lSales s c lP AI 4 1 oeoooooeoooooooooooeooooo9oo0 l t use ARKS s BofiiS call a ek Experience Millinery Business m S 3- If has taught us what to se fe4 lect to suit the people We jjv have always strived to please the people and think we have a better g selection this Spring than If ever before I SALLIE D TILLET I hat Smooth Finish I OUR Wide in the e X 1 x J Q 0 O XiL So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky a Phones its a Gasoline Engine You Want We Have It YI SJF lit I I DRILLS CULTWATORS tWIT Largest stock of Surries Phaetons Carts and all kinds seen on display in Lancaster I j Buggies VEHICLESeverI Best Wire Fence the I 1 on- t marketi l II F 4- HARRDV1L can save you 2 on aset ofWe March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 m FOLEYSHONET TAR 1 t FREEBy I c A Biid I 1 I I iw CaUsl PtwtnstPsswwtti stops bO osngk s dhi- L ilsa Jesse DWearen Iisiraice Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates guaranteed Kentucky GaiMea Hotel IarlCaptet and are S Save 2 by buying one of our good plows I i ColuPluilters j ElmoreRomansi l t Ilf 1E Iii ID BRA ft oj VPffT5 SHIELD EARS WiLL LOTHINC MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS The most economical to buy because they are batter made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R H BATSON LANCASTER f r COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Nsw Discovery Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all and LUNG TBOUB LES or MONEY BACK by Chicago wholesale and mail ut der house man or for this county and adjoining territory sat ary 0 and expeusi money advanced Work pica ant poaltioi permanent No investment or experience re at once for full particulars and enclose 132 Lake St Chicago Ill KILL THE WITH s CONSUMPTIONFOR riDe 100 WANTED manaer woman COOPER ck CO l Aprts Jim Sutton Sold a horse for 123 Jim Turner sold a sow and pigs for 35 Mark Goings bought of Lem White 14 hogs for 84 Miss Liila Simpson is visiting Mrs of LexiiiKton Mr John Bryant has after a severe attack of rheumatism of the neck Mr Cleaveland Rose has returned from Louisville much improved in health Mr and were the guests of her mother Mrs Bill kips the latter part of last week j Mrs Vie Rice of McCreary was vis icing her parents Mr and Mrs G L Her ring and Mrs Mary Rrie of Boyle county last week Mrs Sun Deatherage of Richmond was the guest of her mother Mrs Sallie B Welch and sister Mrs John Bryant several days last week Ch rley Dean bought of Ben Bright 1 pair 3 year old mules for 3 50 He sold Bright and Fox a team of mules Also sold a work horse for SCO Miss Kay Jenkins has returned home from a most delightful visit to her cousin Mrs Dr Stucky and brothers Willie and Leslie Jenkins of Indiana apolis J Mrs Jno Bryant is now ready to re ccive orders for spring sewing Mrs Bryant is a splendid seamstress and is J one of the cheapest that can be found in the county The profits realized from the ice cream supper given on last Friday evening by the Endeavor of Pleasant Grove were small owing to the inclem ency of the night It might be well j for the Endeavor to consult the alma nac at their next social as this is the second time recently they have failed to get a crowd on account of the bad weather j Mr Ed Hurt from Winchester is with home folks for a few days Mrs Robert Brown and son John L Brown are visiting relatives at Kings i tjwn Mr William Meadows from Williams burg spent last week with his brother Jim Meadows Little lona Dunn who has been con J lined to her bed for the past week is a little better at this writing j Mr Baker the Kentucky Cen tral insurance agent paid his brother j in Lancaster Mr Jesse Dunn a visit Monday Mrs Ancie Parks and little son Walter from Jelico visiited her par ents and attended the funeral of Mrs Hammonds Mr Tutu Parson and wife tram III to the bedside of his sister Mrs Little Hammonds who died at her fathers Squire Parson of Flat Wood Hogs are very scarce and are worth SO 00 per hundred Several from here attended county court at Richmond last Monday Paint Lick was fuller last week than it has been for several years Mrs Archie Sebastian is slowly im proving from a severe spell of sickness Uncle Si Creech bought ajuiue horse at Lancaster county court day for 8750The farmers were glad to see the nice weather and made good the time at work Ross was home from Louisville last week and spent several days All were glad to see him Mr D C Souder our neighbor tells us that he is not only a candidate for jailor but one to win He is a nice gentlemanMarion Coy and Charley Turner sold to Mr Broadus 87 acres of land which they bought a week ago for a profit of 440 per acre PAINT LICK EL Woods has returned from Hot SpringsMrs Shumate is much im provedSeveral from this place attended court In Richmond Monday A and Jim Brown are at home from Lexington A C Sparks of Cincinnati is assisting Mr Kemper in the Bank here this week Miss Pan tha Royston has Miss Jen nie Higgins place as stenographer this week while Miss Higgins is visit inK in Louisville Mr A B Clark of Edenton was a vis itor in our town recently Our streets are being much improv ed which was badly needed Miss Chastine Rucker entertained quite a number of her little friends in honor of her eleventh birthday I Human Blood Marks A tale horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of ago I bad severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be goon taking Dr Rings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have re mained well every since It cures Hemorhaues Cnronic Coughs Settled Colds and and Is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottleguaranteed by 6 E McRoberts Druggist 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m i ltKSHU1ty recovered Eubanks P r I I Ii i I It i LOWELL rt tJ G T I I L tie I werecalled I I NINA I I Grover II j Ledford I Tuesday Bac Ky lie writes Twenty years 4 Slin Cook Y Mrs Crit t for S303 I f L Sunday s Mr 4 Bronchitis I s 2 g g j J r 1 1 Yes we are sole agents for the famous Woolson Spice Co line of Coffees prices ranging from F- 15o to 35c per pound We guarantee this coffee to far exceed any other line in town Call and let us show you or phone 20 L 0 DftVIDSOIV 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 onn Our line of Druggist Sundriesi- s complere in detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and Talcum powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRISBIES DRUG STORE SOOOOSOOOO OO OO0OO0O0 INTERNATIONAL I STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store jj- o ooooox o oooooooo oo R Ki If you buy ICE of L H MULLFINGER you can get a reduction by buying ice f tickets We carry a full line of Groceries and Vegetables and an uptodate line of fi Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds and our prices are the lowest L H MULLFINGER lJMlilffffJ f fJJLJJA rJlL COPPEE I I ir jffJ JfffffJL ftJA j nrrnrrrrrrntrnr 3 I Bros I I every I n I I I I J IKCE KCE I 11 J I I i Coffee Coffee 4 nf1G r Jr r asltllIIIl1111111111111l111lII 11U11II111111111111111111111116111U11 5 o t M 1 Ii r v ill1lIC AYegetable Prcparationfor Assimilating W1g the St andowels of Promotes DigesUonChecrfuIi nor 1iDual NOT NARCOTIC Iahrr J Anise sJ limn fClI tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions ness ndLoss OF SLEER tac Simile Signature of NEW YORIC IdfltPU tUIlflhIlI iiI- Ii I rJhJcIaMI R4llels Lcawsakrd Jj4lyfwz Il4I EXACT COPYF WRAPPER a r r CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR CONY NEW TORR CITY PREMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats Corn Parley anti Linseed Meal properly balanced and ground For horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of LinseedI Cheaperand than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Grains SeedsFertilizers MiwrW iftnr ff 4ii ROUNDJ1jFEED4 IXINqToN Opinionsof its users given If interestedwrite for prices Onion Sets PotatoesPoultry Veerly Price List mailed1 lo merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SUHPLUS 1OOUO 1 R DENNY Pr ildent JOHN E STOHMES Vice Prwt S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr K T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes S C Denney E L Woods Irest C Fish Vice Prest G Keuiper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick 1493 q U In W W I INCORPORATED We offer you fair treat ment with every accom that is consistent with conservative Banking mod tioll CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 600000 M COY R L BGGUYN J B WOODS E L C FISH ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS I DIpwrons WOODS- W Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance LEWIS Y LEAVELL President JJ WALKER VISe Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Isoeo SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIQNKT Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis T J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J Walker T M Arnold II I J I IIII Leavell r I w Blanks for School Census will be furnished the trustees at office of county Superintendent also office of County clerk The law requires the chairman of the board of trustees to have the reports filed at the oflice of Superintendent on or by the first day of May Mittie A Dunn Supt bred for heavey laying for 12 yeairEggs 15 for 50 cents 35 Ion 8100 100 2 cents each W E Moss I also sell the SureHatch Incubator the best made Phone 184P Imay Lancaster Ky ExclusivelyDo layersandover j I Business Hems See Pug lies the Ice man tf Mall Boxes at Mount Elkins Save your money buy Neverwett touting Magee start it others follow tf Currey Herndon Watch the big Soap deal atCurrey Herndou tf Toilet Articles of evdndiscription at Frisbies Drug Store V How would you like to be the ice man Im it Pug Elkin tf Just recieved a car load of Buggies see us for prices Haselden Bros 3t A nice lot of two feet boards on hand now John Magee See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash etc Julia Magce We have a Car of Spring Beauties in the way of Buggies 5t Haselden Bros This summer when you get warm rill up Pug Elkin lies the ice man No2 tf We will pav more for country in cash or trade than else Currey Ileriidon tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf If you want your hens to lay more feed them Inter National Poultry food Currey Ilernclon tf Window glass all sizes Varnish and oils at lowest prices Frisbies Drug Store If your old clock is out of fix bring it in and get a new one Thompson tie Jeweler tf Reuenber for Buggies and Harness that Hastlden Bros have the goods and prices that cant be beat 3t fllyelden Bros For chapped hands mce or lips use Frisbes Almond Crisun It will pos itively cure them I rice lacts tf Frisbfcs Drug Store Hornless red heifer Left my place on Lexington pike about Feb 1 Five dollars reward for return Win Lear tf Calladium Canna Bulbs and Potted Plants for sale at Hamilton Dunlaps store Orders for Cut Flowers a spe cialty Mrs Chaires Walter 3 10tf SlC the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Currey Herndon distrioutors of fancy groceries and delicacies defy competition Currey Herndon We sell Blankes coffee that made coffee drinking a fad at Worlds fair tf Currey jjerndon Just deceived New lot sewing machine neeedles and oil Thompson the tf Newest and latest Box Pa per Tablets and Frisbies Drug Store 1 Harfdsomestliuc of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just 0 pened at Morrow McRobeats tf We sell first class goods at inferior prices not inferior goods at first class prices Currey Herndon tf Just Ricelved New lot of Best made Thompson the Jeweler tf Neverwett Roofing will last you from 10 to 15 years and only 1 10 square caps and nails included John Magee 2t The finest line of Perfume ever All bills are due the past month or two Call at L Mullfingersand pay them at once Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and geitfor feed Take your prescription to Frisbies Drug Store he uses nothing but finest drugs ob tamable I 2 2 tf I will be at my ojjjce Friday and Saturday of each week and every county court day tf Mittfe A Dunn Supt Coal Your orders for coal will have The leading floristls represented by Ed C Gaines flowers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf We have sat in 7 bushel barrels g bushel barrels and 2 bushle sacks It Banks Hudson Onion Sets cts per qt or 30 cts gallon at Wards 2t About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year to this office tf Silver Wyandotts Eggs from picked and mated pens of Bred Silver Wyandotts 1 00 per sitting G BSwinebrord tf Lancaster Ky Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order to get it we to give you more for your produce than any one else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Herndon Last Notice All themselves indebted to Lancaster Graded School for back taexs will please call at once and set le as it will save you cost as space has been engaged in this paper same E W Harris Tres 2t f We produce anyone putty Lost Cow J w ere sty It illIII r DrugStore 2t crushed Bank Hudson and chemicals o n difSalt I 8 Wanted I Apply t I advertise a John S1 Baint envelts Ui every pe s The Voor Inhabited Sciecc hfs proven the moon has atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that statellte hut not tor human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours specially those who dont know that Electric Bitters headache Malaria Chills and Fever Jauudice Dyspepsia Dizzmesss Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Un equaled as a general Tonic and Appe tiser for weak persons and especially for the aged Fully guaranteed by It E McRoberts Druggist Price only 50c 1m Farmers of Western Kentucky are said to have formed a secret society the purpose ef which is to run down the gang of horn working in that section and which the officers of the law tailed to break up Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable A happy home is the most valuable posessiou that Is within reach of man kind but you cannot enjoy its comforts if you are suffering from rheumatism business cares when you enter your home and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying Chamberlanis Pain Balm One application will give you relief and its use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m At Franklin Messers Travelstecd and Lewis sold a pair of mules to Odham and Urillln of Gallatin Tenn for the unprecedented price of 575 It was the largest sum ever paid for a single pair of mules in that sec ion Caught Cold While Hunting a Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chapleau Ontario says 1 caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough I tried it and after using two bottles I was completely cured This remedy is intended especially coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a wherever its superior exceleucehas become known For sale by R E Mc Roberts the reliable druggest at Lan caster 1m Wardhas some nice seed oats left at 50 cts per bu 2t Seed Patatoes cheap at Wards Gro cery 2t If you expect to have your suit for Easter do not put off leaving your measure later than the 7th of April 2t Hemphill West Flower Sale The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will have a Mower sale at the store of C D Powell begginning on April 14th and continuing several days A splendid assortment will be on hand and you buy them at very reasonable prices Remember the date tf The Best Flour I have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand and can make a price that will intrest you Everybody knows or lias heard of the many qualities of this Flour I have it in barrels Frank B Marksbury Everything new in summer including Balbnggan Gause and Silk come and see it 2t Hemphill West The Baptist Ladles Aid Society has engaged Dr T T Eaton of Louisville to one of his popular lectures here Friday evening April 27th subject will be Poor Kin tf Dont fail to see our line of Neck Ties before they picked over Hemphill and west 2t vr Bring me your shoulders and side meat W II Ward 2t Eggs are higher at Wards than they are in Lexington 2t If you want to see tall hustling just up 181 and see how we your order for anything in the grocery line Curry Herndon Ut For Sate The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about one and one hall acres with a good two story house containing 8 rooms also large garden barn and barn lot For particulars write or apply to C W or F P Frisbie Talk about coffee any body who knows coffee when they taste it says Hinz Sons is best Handled only by W n Ward 2t Another shipment of The Barker Brand all Wilson Bros Shirts just ml the nfewr Rtyles and patterns I 2t Hertu bill West Notice to Consumers suits you best and make on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard orl in 5 miles of this prices to parties wanting car load lots Will trade any I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at office corner Campbell and Buford street A Jooep 815tf For a limited time we offer for spot cash only as follows Four balls star potash 25 cts 8 packages A H Soda 25 cts two cans 3 Ib table peaches pears or apricots 25 cts ten bars Lenox soap 25 cts arbuckles coffee 15 cts cash paid for produce 2t C D Powell Co The Council has put the lid on and we have knocked the bottom out of high prices W H Ward 2t Hemp Wanted Will and receive at the Marksbury and Hudson ware house 16 or 20 R M West Co i I y I7 I i I cure Bil- Iousness Torpid I You throw aside contnued Allen tI favorite f excelling underwear II ha e en can deliver d makerglad to have you at any time that I can S cial I 1 t tilt Burglar Remedy fo Iii St reedy 011 whre K Ordinance An Ordinance to prohibit Barber on Sunday and fixing the penalty violation thereof The City Council of the City of Kentucky do ordain as follows That any person who engages in the busines of bartering on Sunday shall be deemed a misde meanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined than tire dol and upon a second conviction for a second offense shall he fined not more than twentylive dollars or in the County Jail for not less than five days nor more than ten days or he both fined and imprisoned at the discretion of the court Attest Jno M DuncanMayor Louis L Burnside Clerk The State Board of Agriculture of MIssonri in cooperation with the Agricultural College has inaugurated an educational campaign which prom ices to work a revolution in Missouri Agriculture Lectures are being sent to the country school houses in various parts of the state to speak to the chil dren and parent problems of farming Usually two lectures lie given at each place one in the and one at night In many places eventy live to a hundred farmers at tend the meetings often going miles over muddy roads fUr I ling noC more liars imprisoned pract ical afternoon No dangerous drugs or alchoholic concoctionsare taken into the stomach when Hyomei is used through the inhaler the Balsamic healing of Hyomei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose and throat and kills time catarrhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane and gives complete and permanent cure Hyomei is the simplest most pleas and the only guarran teed cured for catarrh that lots been discovered Complete outfit 100 extra bottle 50 cents For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Commissioners Sale of Laud GAHICAKU CIUCUIT COURT Sarah Jane Taylor c Pills vs Armstrong c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term won in the above styled case J as Master Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY APRIL 2rd 1900 it beinu County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard Co Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following two lots or parcels of land situated in the town of Bryantsville Garrard County Ky and bounded as follows Lot Xo I be ginning at the South East corner of II S Marrett Lot thence with said Mar rett line West to a stone thence North to Harrodsburg Road thence West with the said Road to the line ofSmith thence South with said line to James N Philips the property former ly owned by said Philips his corner thence East with line to the Ilarrodsburg Road thence North with beginningNo the turn pike road leading fruits Lancaster to Lexington and bounded as follows on the East by the old Ilickman Road on the North by the Harrodsburg Road on the South West by the Lots of said Thomas C Armstrong supposed to contain about i of an acre Said two tracts will be sold TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be to execute bonds of equal In stallments with good security pay able to the undersigned Master Corn missioner for said purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may not paid at maturity A will also be retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase money J M Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cut t Court This April 4th 1900 R H Tomlinson Atty for Pill Commissioners Sale of Land GAIIUAUD uiucurrComiT McWhorter Estridge Pill vs Wfllie Merritt c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at Its March term 1SOQ in the above styled tae as Master Commissioned of said court wll on MONDAY APRIL 23rd 1906 it Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard County Kv sell tojthe highest and bidder the following described real property sit uated in Garrard Ky in the village of Lowell known as the old residence of William MerrittSrdeceas ed and is bounded as follows ning at a line of L N Railroad Com pany thence with line of G M Tread line to line of Bob Leavell to L N line to beginning containing about five acres more or This sale is made for the purpose ol realizing the sum of 122 00 which k plffs debt interest and cost approxi mately to date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed Maste Commissioner for said purchast money bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from date of sale until having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution ma Issue if not paid at maturity A lien will also be upon the lane sold for the payment of the purchase money L M ROTH WELL ThlsAprlHth 190JJ I rant Celia J separates J way lie of Gran Lackey and wIth his Railroad Company line and with their CourtW a required hem ROTH WEiL St beln e Sale ut GAKBAKD CIRCUIT CounT Ivan Fish Guaidiuu etc Pill vs Montcy Fish Dft liy viriure of a judgement or time Guiiaiu Court icnUcrcll at iia term ll uO m me ubovu siyled caou 1 as Jlusiei Cuumiiasiuncr of sttiu court will on jUOiSUAY APRIL 23 1JOO it being County Court day at t House uoor in Lancaster Uarraiil co Ky sell to time nigmst uiiU Jest tjiU Uer tile following 2 LI utis of laud sit uuleU in jrarnuu Co Jvj and bounded as loliows A Uegiiiniiig at a sliiitu Cor to inmi ic liuiUetlc J1 polts to the whole line being 14tt Jules lo a stake Corner to Robert tlience W 1S7 poles 10 a stake at Lime inteistc lion ol the Rout Kemper mImic among time West side ut time road and line generally s 314 w 144 2 5 poles to a stone in the lane iiicncc in u west dlv ision 80 J E 114 poles to the be ginning containing luo acres U A tract in Garrard Co Ky on the Witters of Uoones Crtek and aiijoining said 100 acre tract and buuudetl follows On the North by said 100 acre tract and 11 ugiioss land on ue East by time lanUi of Tnuiiias liui rnn and liunlies on by tIle land of R U Rice and on the West by Lile lands of Lewis Rout containing ilacits 2 roods and 20 100 poles less 3l aciis 2 roods and 20 poles heretofore sola to Abner Hughes TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of S months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good securitj payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said puichase money bearing G intrest per annum from date of sale until paid having time for and effect of a judgement upt n which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M Master Commissioner Garrard Court This April 4th 1900 Kendrick Alcorn Atty for PilL Commissioners S tie of Lund 3 GAUUAKD CIKCUIT COUU- T3eorge j Grow flIT vs J A Dean c Defts By virture of a judgement of the Garraid Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1900 in the above styled case I as Master Commissioner will on A OS DA Y APRIL 23rd 1905 it being County Court day at the Court House dour in Lancaster Gar rard County Kv sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed tract of land situated in Garrard County Ky on the wateis of Scotts Fork Creek and on the East side ot the Poor Ridge Turnpike and bounded as follows Begining at a point in the middle of the aforesaid corner to S L Walker and J T Ray thence with the line of said Ray x 75 i i passing the South side of a haclcburry tree at 1 pole and 10 30 poles in all to a stake at the lower end of a stqne fence thence N 73 J K IS 90 poles to a stake in the middle of a branch 40 poles from a mulberry thence down said branch with the middle and meanders of same S 75 i E 181 poles to an ash on the north side of same thence S 84 I E 27 poles passing a scrubby sycamore at a stone and at the mouth of said branch in all 2970 poles to a stuke in the middle of Scotts Fork corner to said Ray Prather thence with the line of Prather and with the middle and meanders of said creek s 5 w 23 56 poles to a 14 K 20 poles w 7 poles toastake in middle the of said creek corner t o same and to R E Austins other tract of laiukt hence leaving the creek x 751 w 83 poles to a point in the middle of the aforesaid pike corner to Stephen L Walker and Miley Walker thence with the mid die and meanders of said pike x B fl poles to the East Edge of same thence N 9 23 20 poles to the begin ninr containing 24 acres and 13 pales This sale is made for time purpose of realizing the sum of 350 50 which is plaintiffs debt interest and cost ap proximately to date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit old months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security paya ble to the undersigned Master for purchase money bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien will also he retained upon time lai d sold for the payment of time purchase money J M taster Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Herndon and Swinebroad Attys for plaintiffThis 4th 1006 Commissioners Sale of Land GAHKAUD CIKDUIT COITKT Julia Tschonz Piff vs Marree Tschonz c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the GarrardCircuit Court rendered at its March term 1906 in the above styled case I as Master Commissioner of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 23rd 1906 it being County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard County Ky sell to the highest aid best bidder the following tract of land situated in Garrard Ky near and bopnded as follows Beginning at a stake in the wagon branch of Copper Creek corner to Mrs Lloyds lot thence with the meanders of said branch S 13 E 20 poles S 52 E 20 poles S 19 E 14 poles to a stake in the middle of said branch maple marked as a pointer thence S 89 VV 96 poles to a stake in line of whole tract three young white oaks marked as pointers thence with old line N 2J E 13SJ poles to a poplar in a bottom corner to tract some distance from Cedar Lick thence with line of whole tract N 75 E 70 poles to a fallen black oak ifnresaid wagon branch thence down ame with its meanders to the begin ning containing 55 acres 2 roods and 32 piles TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of G and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bend of equal instal ments with good security to the undersigned Master Commissioner until paid upon which execution may Issue If not paid at maturity the same having the force arid effect of a judg ment A leln will also he retained upon the land sold for the payment of purchase moneyj M ROTH WELT eo loJUmllUJlClS till CUlL J line s l a the otitii per c ROTIl WELL Circuit stake S s 3H 23 w Commissioner salo Carter vl1le perinterest the CIrcuitCourt tiffThis Land Mere time tout ROTh WELL t Farm for Sale A good farm of 170 acres in one tract and 100 unimproved in another The nihacre tiatt lays on Lexington pike well improved with pietitv of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are well fenced For futh er particulars coil on or address Tom Herring Marksbury Ky Hay horse 15 hands high foaled in 1808 This horse is a good trot ter and a show horse of the very 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 cult CAKXEUAS wa bred ly William Simpon of Xinv York He is by Ke l Wllkes out of Mi Lane by Mainbrliio Ilttclieii Miss Lane j n liiillt Jinxlming dnimhter of Muinliunu ian iLl Slit i ro liic l Mls Wilton riili a record of ruirt Oitrnulitiii ZsX liaus 2ml lUin iii alan ilnugtiKr of Al tibet the best ton of Alexanders Atjilulluli lliin wn Irtitlio by Jills Verinont His Itli Bail by iroy Ka lu t mill the sunie terms us iirneliiiii ireen hands hljjli r years oM rse bone and mussel tiuil lias iroveii him iIf an extra breeder WALKERPaint Ky Paragon if hands hi hSirel by Jay Bird 5060 1st data Florida 182 gran duni of trnct Ilouci 2i 2ml lini Hani by Hnmbrino S20 dam of Hnvtliorne20i i IM Winter Ltli etc 3rd dam Mollic by Asbland 17- 1th damns lirltton by Mambrino Itrittoii 5th dam Kit by Sir Walter lIly Bird 5IW sire of Man tliorne 2SC4 Alter Fairly llird 210 Invudor 210 saul one bundred others lay Ocorue Wilkes ilj dam Ijuly Frank by Mninbrlno Star5S ramgon n very handsome indivldiiiil of fine conformation size and style with extreme action and si eed Ills sire Jay lOrd is one of the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on is shown by the fact that his sons have sired oer 2TO standard performers iiichuliiiR hocanda 22 Susie J 20iji Jay McGregor 207 tae Flanigan 2OT f and many other 210 performers while 1nnigond dam Oneliln 217 is the grand dam of iracu Bond iiw4 the greatest racing 3yenroM tho trotting turf has ever seen ami his second dum fculy Ham is the lam of Haxvthoruu 2fJ Eil Winter 2124 etc You will see from the above that 1uriigon Is one of the West bred horses living slid there is no reason why he should not become one of Jay Birds greatest ills record is no measure of hU speed us he could trot in 2 li or better Should lana goal fail to get TOil a trotter he It a horse of such fine conformation size action style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting road saul carriage horses which cannot produced fast euongh to supply the demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder lila colts are all good and show wonderful speed and action He tvillmnke thu season o 13M at my stable three miles North of IJuckeye and Lancaster pike it only Fifteen Dollars to Insure n colt A leln retained Oil colt to secure service fee Stmson due is parted with or lured to other stock taken to prevent hculdents bat not responsible should tiny occur phone at residence Xo JS7 U Lancaster Kxchailge FOREST STAPP Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION d H No 3136iJ gaited iI1I Carey IIi Ills tr Snow GREEN I IIIlIto taaam1 my mmack Jnek till I II 2291 4 f Ell IT rsc Onl1112 Ii ton YI I Jnela If flier AI Tel highest aIr v omg aiiat mri all lay Lady 2 soils ua living Car Neatwood JrCoal Black Stallion son of Is uuvood full li hands high heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage IfHAT WOOl will make the season of liter at my farm 2 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at the low price of S to Insure a Living Colt Lien rtitiilned on colt for service fee Lure taken to pievuiit accidents hilt not respon sible rOioulcl stay occur Xoatwooil Jr is tlm greatest living sire out of the iliim of Maud S the of the oval truck Money lne when mare is with Helms proven himself to be a I breeder XEmvoOD Jr Sire of Koywood Neat iliad iC by Nutwood 21SK l t dam dam of Oeula of Hilda am of Cuyltr Coast S I Ila ar il Coast Hance 2i0 of In firaeis dam of Knriylit 31S 4 Urncewood J17 Iluivood i of Dainty dam of Crayon i1 and grancl dam of Wnlf VtT by UIackwood71- 2d dam by Norman 15- 3d dam by Smiths Highlander 1th dam by tirods Arab I will also stand J Jarks at 41000 rica Thcso Jacks are 1C hands with large bone and mussel Sold several comic last year at lug time for ICOCO each Wm LEARLancaster Ky 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 refu money if they fail to give 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 if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky J It o t t hl h nearsightedand uueeua 2m3a ICu trial 2to weal HOWSGLASE S a f teltm HISTORY OF EASTER Day Commemorates Resurrection of Movable Festival Among Christians It is well known that in till early Christian church for a long series of years warm disputes took Place as to the jiropvr late on which to ohserv Easter Tlio churches of Asia Minor following what is calleil The tradi don of St John kept tlio fourteenth day Of the Jewish month The western churches however supported by the church at Jerusalem and a few others said it was mtessary that a 3 riilay should always be set apart to commemorate Christs death and a Sunday His resurrection TIll con test grew so warm that each side ex communicated the other Surely triv ialities could hardly go much further It is difficult for us to imagine that our fathers could have disputed separated the one from the other over a matter of this kind hut it true that the apple of discord which seemed the people of that age to be inado of gold to their successors ap pears to be made only of iron or clay Vith us as is well known Easter is what is called a movable festival it is always the next Sabbath after the vernal full moon with the exception that of the vernal full moon f ioiild fall on a Sunday then to avoid all conformity with the Jewish jiractice Easter is not kept till the following Sabbath The vernal full moon is that which either takes place on March Ul or on the next late after March 21 If the vernal full moon falls on March 21 mill that day hap pens to be a Sunday then Kaster cannot be held till April 2 which is the latest date on which Master can fall the earliest beint March 22 Tin is certainly a very mechanical contrivance and one which most peo jile find it dillicult to understand or remember Owing to obvious connec tion between Easter and the Jewish Passover the French call the former 3ariues from the Hebrew IVspch which means a passing anti ob viously some such title as this would be more appropriate than ours which comes from the Saxon goddess Kostre believed to the same as the Syrian As tarte and the Greek and Roman ChristA ian arJ i to hellIon over I wonder if the anfjuislicil moon looked 1WI- 1TliiMii all that lung lust nislit Awl I nric l in tar breast Itan and liruwn The memory of that sight I woiilT of tlr birds invoke As glowed that light Which pall the purple east where born broke And Inspire ly Hods own breath Th r is no death There is no death There is no death 0 hearts that throb in vain AVith longing pulsing tide Or in loves fullness nigh akin to pain rnfesiriiiKly abide There is no death 0 soul whom nIggard fate lft unsatisfied Tin cycles swing and Joy those lips await Who oft have sung on earth in pain 1 I rise again No Facrilice 0 Self can blot thee out Or satisfy the debt Which binds the to the usurer of doufit- Uith Interest of regret Still not life to even thee denied one way reniaineth yet As was thy IhrisU must thou be crucified 11111 with those wounds in hands mid feet KVn s lf liiivlw resurrection sweet JSejoice O soul whose work IB Just be un- TlMtt all time II Rejoice O heart That dimmer farther shore The stone that angels moved away that nitflit Was rwlKM from Heavens door Awalie awl stand forth In hopes sudden light And as san the birds that morn Thero is death for Life is born Venus who was specially worshiped in the spring season as the mother and giver of animal and vegetable life From the earliest ages various customs and superstitions have asso ciated themselves with Kaster As at Christmas it used to be believed that all water was turned into wine and that all cattle knelt in their stalls in adoration of the infant Saviour so it WitS held that at Easter the sun danced in honor of Christs resurrec tion Chicago Standard THE RABBIT AND EASTER How the Little Animal Came to Es Connected with the Celebra tion of the Day The part tile lIar plays in the cole bration of Easter has nothing whatever to do with the resurrection of Christ It is a survival of Teutonic folklore of unknown antiquity and its religious connection is with natureworship and tli it phase of it in which tIll moon was a chief divinity The hare became a sym bol of the moon for several reasons because it conies out at night to feed because the female carries her young for a month representing the lunar cycle because time young iv hcru with their eyes open timid wen IVb i never to close them thus resembling the moon openeyed watcher of the night in one way or another there rew up a fund of stories in which the connection of the hare tIme lunar period and the paschal full moon which fixes the date of Easter developed so that it gave rise to many popular customs iu Germany among the Scandinavian peoples antI in Knghind TIll queerest bit of this folklore is that of the white han which the children are told comes into the house on Kaster eve and leaves in corners eggs adorned in beautiful colors which every good child may have The egg was in legend from the oldest times a symbol of opening life and immortality anti naturally of the resurrection here we have till people coupling the two As for the rabbit he is not the same as the European hare hut he is his nearest American congener anti other legends concerning time rabbits foot anti the full of thn moon exist among the negroes of the south cat III san aba i wills nil have II ill Free Press rell ious If o scat I I i ito toy 1 las tise ag lefre Ironstnes lit ietreht I Making It Go Far Dyer You must make the 550 go cs far as possible Mrs Dyer All right 1 will give it to foreign missions Town Topics Luxury Vot would yer do if ye wuz rich Ghee Id have pie tree times a say an a solid gold knife ter eat it wiri Cleveland Leader Stumped- Do you think there is as much courage in the world as there was About how much was there Cleveland Plain Dealer moral k Usually Papa is a philanthropic woman a woman who contributes to all the char itiesNo son as a usual thing a woman is a woman who gets her neighbors to contribute to all the charities Houston Post Just Like Mas Mrs Newlywed Well Henry how do you like my pies Mr they are just like the pies that my father used to say were not like his motbw used to make Lift T philanthropic NewlywedDearest 5e tAOlEn IN CA13O Observance of the Day Most Notable Event of Year in the City At the Greek church in Cairo the oh servance of Easter is the most notable event of the year A traveler who a service there thus describes it A goodiy portion of the early serv ice was within the farther depths of the altar behind the icouostas is There was nothing in sight hilt the magnificent screen but we could hear voices that seemed to come from tIme recesses of a cavern alternately chanting and intoning in strange un familiar accents During this part of the service time church was dimly lighted and the garbed figures moving through time gloom in the hotly of the church seemed singularly weird and uncanny At a given moment the lights were turned antI each person in the audience lighted his candle The great dome re llected the myriads of lights until our eyes were almost blinded by time sudden glareAt this point the golden door in the center of the iconostasis opened and there carne forth from time holy of Italic into which no layman may enter a pageant of ieniibarharic splendor A herald with stall in Iniil and wearing thin dress of the native reek cleared time way His short white kilt stood out liIe the gauze skirts of a balletdancer he wore com o white stockings gar tered above the knee and a richlyem broidered yonavejaci et- Hoys carrying intense burners pre ceded the patriarch who was followed by acolytes bishops priests and other ecclesiastical dignitaries all in full and each carrying a lighted candle The vestments of time venerable patriarch were gorgeous with gold em broidery and precious stones Some of tIll dignitaries carried palm branches in their hands Of lIme two who were near the end of the procession one car ried nn iion sacred picture the frame rWiIy set in jewels which he turned to the audience for veneration while the other held in his hand a large with jiresious stones Forth from till royal door they came through the center of tilt church and with slow and measured step made their way into the courtyard a mag nilicent spectacle Time diiniitariesgath ered about the readiim desk while tIme patriarch recited liturgy under the starlit sky The Pilgrim AN EASTER REMEMBRANCE Pretty Booklet Which On Be Made by Any Girl for n Friend at Very Little Cost A pretty Easter remembrance can be male in the shape of a luinty booklet containing an appropriate or helpful poem for your friend These booklet may be made in two ways Tho leaves mill cover may be made twice the size of the page desired then folded anti stitched with silk cord or narrow ribbon and tied in a knot at the hack Or they may be emit into pages instead of leaves holes punched at the back about an inch from the edge and a ribbon run through and tied Cut sheets of the tinted patter to the shape timid you wish your book Unruled tinted note paper wholly out of place for correspondence may be used to ad vantage as it is already of a suitable size Other paper may be cut in long narrow sheets to be fastened at one end The poem is to he written or typewritten using as many pages as desired hut only one side of the pa per The booklets sold at the stores are good models of how much or how little to put on a page Select a pic ture or several of them suitable to the poem and mount them on pages of the same size From fancy board tilt a cover a little larger than the pages On the front of the cover put a picture or an greeting Bind with ribbon Florence Marian Critch low in the Womans Home Compan A DUCK OF AN EASTER BONNET attended con llJlied curiously allun teals Bible set Ion Egyptian mum I Ito sis East ci Easter in Mexico A native Mexican Easter is a curl ors exhibition of ignorance antI super stition The people delight in pro cessions antI in weird ceremonies At various places they enact passion plays which are very real to the The characters in the play curry out their parts with great Until recently it was a com mon occurrence for a man to volun teer to be crucified and actually to his bigoted countrymen to per form the awful act The volunteer was a criminal who if he came out of the ordeal alive received a full and free pardon It not infrequently happened that the man was killed for lie was made to ride with his face to ward the tall of a mule while the howling mob was privileged to beat him with sticks and stones THE EASTER BONNET TRAGEDY Jlor pretty easter bonnet Had a fulUlledsed garden on it And fifty yards of ribbon by the mass Ami of birds I counted plenty J am sure they numbered twenty Half the songsters of the settlement alap And hi there came a wonder When the organ pealed in thunder While the minsterbells were ringing All the birds they went to singing In a wild tumultuous chorus on her hat Indians real- Ism Ant demurely ln her cushioned Pew site sat allow Cam buzzing down io visiil a s ual lint Tney lift their native bowers And sought honey in the tlowei The roses on that Easter bonnets rim Then the saints they grew excited And they lied the sceno aflrlKhted And fans and other weapons did they Anil that lovely Raster bonnet With the fcilltl lid Kiinlen on Was surrendered to the mad 111UI bees P L Stanton in Atlanta ronstitution yemdtt s ze It t ec c gIda A LENTEN SACRIFICE By GEORGE BROOKS WILL I knock em cold will I me Mr Jhonnie Farley the night engineer of tle state asylum took another long lingering look in the mirror antI hetowcd another lov pat on his new necktie His roommate Timmy Lawrence walked around critically and took an other look at Mr J Farleys necktie You got em innod to death John said Mr Lawrence with the air of one having authority Youre right went on Mr J Farley You see Timmy I couldnt afford to blow in a lot of thought on a new Easter suit like all the rest of these dudes around here have done Hut Timmy I know a lot about dressing an I know that you can have a pretty bum suit Jilt if youve got a peachy necktie leo pIe Will jest keep their eyes on that an wont notice clothes Ko I pikes around town the other afternoon and I picks out tIme smoothest thing in tIme nektie lute that there was When peo pIe get a lash of this necktie of mine say they wont think of anything uls Itll kill em dead Say aint it a won jder Lawrence allowed it was and Mr Farley after another look at the necktie which was so gorgeous that it would have made Josephs coat of many colors look like a dish rag was about to take a turn around till asylum grounds before breakfast when Luke I iviu the electrician entered Say Jack said Luke Im up against it Why queried Mr Lawrence turn lag so that the full broadside won derful necktie was lashed all tit once upon the astonished gaze of the electri cianOut of sight said Mr Lavin Looks like a peacocks tall tIme trouble asked the proud owner of the Easter necktie Ill tell you went on the electrician You ought to be interested too Youve bspn making eyes at that little white larch Thomas girl hats been here a couple of weeks helping in time oHice You know time women attendants here in the asylum always color a half dozen eggs or so apiece every Easter morning for our breakfast and we fel lers sot up a prize this time to go to tho one who colored the prettiest eggs Well all tIme women around here have got it in for that Thomas girl cause sues new I reckon and because we fel lers all sort of like her bettern time rest I wanted her to win the prize sos site could hive something to feel proud over and cheer her up understand Hut I had a lash at the eggs theyve been a coloring and say theyre out of sight antI Ive been trying to find some stuff of coloring that would be prettier than everything else but I cant and Im up against it It wanted to take the and give it to the Thomas girl so she could take the prize Hut its pretty near breakfast time now and Ill have to quit Time electrician antI Timmy went out together and left Mr J Farley alone still contemplating his necktie in tIme miror For a long time he stood as if in greit mental anguish and then he sat down in a chair mimI for a time was ex ceedingly busy The breakfast table in the attendants room at the asylum that morning pre settled a gala appearance with Easter eggs of every shade and hut The prize was about to be awarded when shy ittle Miss Thomas brought in a plate of Kaster eggs that fairly reveled in beautiful colors and called forth salvos of applause The judges without leav ing their seats awarded the prize to Miss Thomas who smiled with joy antI pride Them eggs mite purtier than your new necktie said the electrician to Mr J Farley Say where is that neck tie You got your old black one on anti you were blowing so about your new one Them eggs look like ouch say what kicking me for Miss Thomas looked a moment in vnndering surprise Then her eyes ilel with tears and she let her hand just for a moment rest on Mr J Farleys coat sleeve Chicago Tribune A Favorite Wedding Day Enter Monday is the Hungarians favorite wedding tiny as it is supposed that it is SPecially fortunate for marriages and the priests are usnal y kept busy that tiny The rest of he week is filled with social gayeties ind the quiet of the rigorously ob ssrvod Lent is fully atoned for Perfectly Safe Miss Oliiham awoke in middle uf the night and found a burglar ran sacking her trunk Sue did tint scream hut looking him square in time eye she pointed 10 tIme door anti said Leave me at once sir Oh thats all right madam said the burglar as he backed toward the door had intention of taking you Chicago News Making TJn for Lost Time Mrs Tungay You cant imagine how convenient I lindit to have a in the house I see how we ever managed to get along without it Her Husband Yes 1 can without any trouble how convenient joi find it I tried ninn times to call you up to day anti every time you were hotly talking to somebody else Chicago Tribune Keep the Ball Rolling Insehal not at all Football has the call Fur Its fall That is all Cleveland Plain Dealer ling I hme 11 I hat of his hat clot- hIer ou t telephone l HIt 1 I j a toy hit lit By DR MADISON C PETERS D D Pastor Immanuel Church Baltimore The blooming flowers are the prod flits of the tiny seed cast into the soil qr t a few months ag The vital energy was in tIme seed the llower could not be produced but by the disso lution of the seed You plant an un sightly bulb in the soil anti up comes the beauti fvl lily No phil osopuer an i in And how precious is the thought that we shall rie from the dead that the eyes of our loved ones that with trem bling lingers we closed will open with luster on till resurrection morn that the arms we folded in death will join ours in tbe embrace of reunion This is tin Easter hope This is tIll power of riwarrectlon We have followed our loved ones t tIme grave and left there wiiero the winters snow has swept over oar and whelmed us almost in despair limIt through Christs resur rection who rolled away the ston from the tomb of human hop and paintfd upon the black cloud of death the rainbiiw of immortality we can almost feel our friends in our arms they seem to be with us now We shall meet and know and love each oilier again By REV SAMUEL FALLOWS D D Bishop St Pauls Ifeivnrtd Episcopal Cbuich No more solemn and triiim witness could be given of allY time t hrisls I rlIt i sri ItO tee 5 tits lit than that of tIme resurrection of Je sits Christ from the derid Tho men who hall doubted ami despaired saw Him heard Him touched Him ate with Him walked with Him talked with Him and were c o m in i s sioned by Him to prorlaim its truth The colosa of time Christian church re upon the IncoiitrivertHtle fat Men n t buld n bubbles or an abysi Neither of collusion delusion or illu sion can the apostles he convicted Thy were neither deceivers nor deceived They were contradicted hilt never re filled persecuted hut nevr silenced They varied as honest earnest men with marked individuality will vary ill telling their marvelous story lit they never departed by the breadth of a hair from the assertion of the supreme fact itself The resurrection is th potency and promise of the ultimate victory of right over wrong of truth over error of love over hate Hail then this day of gladness By RT REV C P ANDERSON DD Episcopal Bishop of Chicago Christ 0111 Iassiver is sacrificed for us therefore let us keep the feasi Ime t I rl I h st lit i them is as old as Christianity It is the them in all our churches Froni the outset Christian pressed together on this day to commemorate the resurrection of today leolle have Him Who brought life and immortal to light A stupendous event hind taken place that made it plain the precincts of this visible world that a world unseen and eternal hilt most real awaits us hereafter The belief in immortality did not originate with Various ethnic religions supply testimony to the fad that the idea of immortality of soiua sort has always found a lodgment in mans in tellect and conscience I By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS I Pastor Plymouth Church Brooklyn Iii one of his letters Columbus speaks about an undiscovered contl it within I aster S world was out of tight hut for him it was a realw o r d So he turned his little ship toward the setting sun Day after day Colum bus sailed steadily His sailors were lull of ter lien lIew Iii ror again and again they mutinied For many days Columbus concealed the real distance he had sailed At last he saw a golden bough bloating in the waters On that bough rested a Cardinal bird with wings tired through be llight In that hour Colum CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman E C We have a beautiful line of samples of engraved wedding invitations call ing cards ete Come see em Very utest styles The Record oflice tf long r 1- f LeastWear oc aaaaar cr J1 MARKSSI BOP bus exuHed and his hfarf sang joy With instant vision lip from till bough to till great fon t from till single bird to Hocks of sw songsters Just behind tIme red coul and the setting sun was that iindis covered country And so he on the long night through knowin that when the day dawn d and th shadows lied away he wimld bfhol the new world All know tIme result that is history For the explore bird of hope mid that golden bou told lies They ate time forerun ners of this splendid continent an this great republic with its laws an liberties And not otherwise is it wi deep longings of the heart A home your wife or child is ill In night you awaken full of fear Am then a great sweet Iripe springs uji The child shall not return to you hi you shall so to him Suddenly t hope immortal sings in your heart bird It tells you of the until rov- ored country of of ti- happy hills of Iaradis For as Co liimbus found for us America Chris discovered tbe city of God Dy REV CHARLES E CHENEY DD Bishop Christ Reformed Episcopal Church I I Ca II t if 1lry 11 I1t1I1 h Itt st ito itt lie t Ii kit SImi lettt ri S S a ire ltittmllC itIliIillttiil- ilit II kiti l tc being in he Kaster fact wouii have become of intelligence and e In cation bin for Christianity which In its root in lImo rpsurreciion of js i Clirisl when the Tartar tail the Hun the Vandal multI the Yisignth si over the wreck of th Ioinan e pir and the ruins of Uonian civiliy iton Subtract from art all that i ins pr duced under tile stimulus of the roS gion whicii centers in tIle jac w cpn hrate t iay and you will hiv Iff only what survived in nitp ssibly in Egypt and even th would not have been i resivil t I time love of art inspire by ity More than all the irnraiiTy cr antI by teachings such is The sermo on time mounut would have perish1 hilt fir the resurrection By RT REV P J MULDOON D D Auxiliary Bishop Kcman Catholic Church n hal t III iII II Is It t j- fI mtIl tmiI 11- n ii titht a a- I I is Itm thtu I hitstlttis tt origin in Cliri tianity nld been ilreameil o and if every inn eiii e creitci the church ha never been s much as iinaa ined lImit th it tItliim itwf f all mats iiaU itt im been arists a c e s sufferings a death on the cvi if He M not lull pniphfcv After I iiy I wil rlo igaii Christ innV 111 ves umvtii u t h o maul s lust t Ii I I Iii ft I Its ftiiai divinity d when tin tIP tMn day despite the machinations ene mies He rose vJcUirlo a con tlUr r of death H lef U iiastor and to peoplo a kgltiUKi1 oitise for per manent rejilittg St Paul this when sap If Christ be nit risen again then our preaching is vain ami your faith i also vain J be resurrection of Christ assures 113 that we have been by power of Ills blond and angelic titling He is nii h rc gives us ilrm est hope of our own resurrection mil life with Christ beyond the grave for Christ Himself said 1ather I will 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