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THESEVJSATEEXTa YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 20 1906 a J I CENTRAL R CORD NUMRIrB i r W I 2HORSE I C Oll11 fill U 11 I Plants 3 in a Hill I every 1 tS SOLD BY I IIDN g G i iflif5 s- I See our Ihorsc V Corn Planters G lf Ii RL DAVIDSON I At Law a Office over Police Court room i Prompt nttutiou to bIlSlllcs rr d JJ s Ci t GGHRIS FARIS S 7- i ICer 4 time f- S f c Attorney t I B Dentist j Office over Thompons store rhtuiHc st lt ajaSLA a3d Local Gossip Kill liar The lid was on again Sunday The parade Sunday morning was nile The dust is awful Put on the street sprinkler Dr W Burn side of Biirhoursville a fine combined mare for2DO Miss Lena Bright will serve day dinner Monday Everything good to eat and prices low The SchubertLady Quartette pave a verv interesting and enjoyable enter tainment at the court house Monday night When you come to town Monday get your dinner the Ballard house on Danville street The best meal in town at the lowest price The crass is coming up nicely in the little Park The benches should be re moved and loafers kept out thus giv ing the grass a chance to Quite a number of Kay Peas went to Danville last Tuesday evening to attend a banquet and entertainment given by the brothels in that city The report that there would be sea eal changes in the running time of the trains on the 15th was without The time is the same and ser vice good is Mr Clay Sutton sold to court grow I foundation I Tit rips All parties indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be closed up without delay Please attend this immediately il II jf i 1 g X I Ito- I I HamiltonUunlap1IL 8- Y 1r ff 1 i Get Hobit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Iiti Our complete lines of I Spring ann Summer Goans II W 1 are now in we want you to come and see the Prettiest Goods Ever I Lancaster have all the newest creations in Dress Goods the nobbiest most uptodate styles and an I bigger and better than you can find f elsewhere call e pecial atten tiou to our big stock of White Goods I as none better were ever put on this market When you want genuine bargains come to us The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Iii Thei Fand Brought to We r assortment We s r p r Monday is county court day Hear T Elton in his humorous Lecture at the court house Friday Evening Apr 27 2t j We very grateful to those who spoke to us about our Faster number Its seldom newspaper men get a word of encouragement even from people they so frequently favor Back On His Run The many friends of Capt Jule one of the conductors on the night passenger trains ae glad to see him back on his run after several weeks vacation He is one of the cleverest men on the L and N Health Officer Appointed The county buard of health met the Fiscal court and elected Dr V M Elliot health olllcer for the ensuing two years The Doctor is well quali lied for the above having had valuable experience in small pox during the past years Hamiltons Opening Speech Jas I Hamilton formally opened his campaign for the democratic nomina tion for Congress at Mt Vernon and we won many supporters He also spoke at Nicholasville Mon day He says he is in the race to a finish and will come under the wire an easy winner Confederate Veterans Camp M D Logan will hold a very important meeting at the Masonic Hall over National Bank next court day at 2 oclock and every member is urged to be present The Daughters are also cordially invited and asked to be present Dr Eaton Editor of the Western Recorder and pastor of Walnut St Baptist church Louisville comes the auspices of the Baptist Aid Society to lecture at the court house Friday Evening April 27 You will miss a rare treat if you fail to hear him who is called one of the brightest men of our South land 2t A telephone message from Mr J P Sandifer of Cincinnati Wednesday stated that Mrs Juliet Rogers who was visiting in that city had met with a serious accident by a fall which broke one of her arms No further in formation had been received as The Record goes to press Her mother Mrs Pattie D Gill left for Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon Who Can Beat This Record Wade Walker of this gathered from 195 hens for the week ending April 14th 903 eggs a daily average of 129 The highest number for one day was 154 She sold during the week 65 dozen for 7 80 Mrs Walker has Rocks and Black Minorcas both excllent for egg produc tion Also a pen of Rhode Island Reds Fine Horse Dies The fine stallion Clay King owned by W B Burton of this city any one of the bestknown fine horses in cen tral Kentucky died Tuesday Mr Burton had just sold him to Mr Ernest Woods of Paint Lick and the horse was being walked to that place when hi suddenly dropped in the pike dead As the price was 700 the loss to Mr Burton Is a one Real Estate Rue Currey of IIarrodsburg sold this week for Humphrey Hudson of Danville his 246 acre farm 3 miles out on the Lebanon pike to Eidied Bean of Winchester for 115 per acre equal to cash Possession within 30 days They also sold to for Bush Co and Carey Al tin of Harrodsburg their 213 acre farm near Shakertown ky for 12500 to Owen Curd of Burgin Possession with transfer Wednesday morning about 5 oclock an earthquake completely wrecked the city of San Francisco reports giving the number of dead at 2000 The fire department was wrecked and the city was still at the mercy of the flames as we go to press this Thursday morning Among the Garrard county people there is Col Ed C Hopper and daughter but as telegraphic communi cation is destroyed no tidings have been received from them Death of Mrs Beddow Mrs Minerva Beddow who has been making her home with her grand daughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn for some time died this Thursday after a brief illness She was her ninetyninth year and her advanced age had been blessed with remarkably good health Funeral services will be conducted at the residence of Mrs Dunn tomorrow morning at 830 oclock the remains to be taken to Danville for interment A more extended notice will be given in next issue The Fiscal Court At the regular April Session of the Fiscal court the Treasurer filed his showing a balance on hand of 974398 Ex Sheriff W L Lawson made his final settlement with the court which was also approved W G Gooch was appointed road a salary of 1000 The court author ized him to appoint assistants to be paid out of the salary Claims allowed will be published in May The court and county attorney are guarding the interests of the people in an ac ceptable manner Dr T are under Mrs J Barred severe Sales morn- Ing in Supervisor- at Herrick during few Saturday Monday county R notwithstanding report 4 r Improvement at W C T U Rooms The W U library has been great ly improved in the last week many valuable and popular books being dad A handsome new sectional bool case has been added and the equip ment is now complete in every detail If you want access to the best books at a very low price take a membership in the W U library Buys Fine Horse Mr W B Burton has purchased of Jas s Beazley of Stanford the line young stallion Nabuth Jr the I has attracted such wide I from the horse men of central Ken j tucky The price was 1000 and Mr j Burton has already been offered a handsome profit on his investment j but refused to sell Naboth will make the season in this city and this ollice is now prcpiring descriptive advertis 3 ing for him K After lingering illness Mrs Sylvia Austin the venerable mother of Capt 5 Thos Austin died at his home in this city Monday morning She was in her f ninety fourth year She was always a consistent member of the Christian i church and a woman who made friends j of all who knew her She leaves another 5 son Mr Jas Austin of Whitesburg Ills After services conducted by Eld F M Tinder the remains were interr j ed in the Paint Lick cemetery The New Bank The Garrard Bank and Trust Co has bought of old Garrard Hotel Co the lot where the and onera house stood and the deed is made The price was The plans for the new building will be let in a day or so There are many features of the new institution which work great good for the people of Lancaster and Garrard county and will bring much more business to the town The stock holders are men of tine business judge ment and better still are and will do all in their power for the upbuilding of Lancaster and her enterprises Fifth Sunday Meeting The fifth Sunday meeting of the South District Association will at the Baptist church in this city April the 28 and 2i Quite a num ber of distinguished ministers and members will be here and sermons and addresses will be delivered by Rev W R Brisco Dr T T Elton Rev W L Dorgan Rev J T Watts Mr J C Mc Clarey Rev R B Mahoney Hon Wm J Price and other prominent gentle men All of Saturday and most of Sunday will be taken up with the Members of the local church will strive hard to make the stay of the visitors pleasant for them and the citizens of the town shoud and doubtless will lend all possible Deserved Praise L Thos Andrew Broadus in writing jl from Washington to the Religious j Herald speaks of a miniiter well fj known in Lancaster having married y one of our inost popular young ladies Miss Marion Woodford a daughter of jj Mrs Dr Mays Mr Broadus says Your t eveangelist Rev Willis Wayts has j for convenience located his family here consisting of his very charming f wife of whom old Kentucky may well be proud and a bright and lovely f daughter Josephine We see but j little of him as he is emphatically a i warrior whose headquarters are in j the saddle Never was a moreappro priate name worn by a tireless worker He waits not but goes after souls with unflagging zeal Results show for themselves We have just had a few days glympse of him and now lies off again notwithstanding his late strenuous and splendid campaign in the Valley Show Your Colors timeworn cry will not has been raised in Lancaster ever since the local option has been in force Now the Re cord can say without fear of successful contradiction that Lancaster has a chief of police who is doing his duty absolutely without fear or favor This being the case lets see who of the better element of citizens are going to back him up If you can not stand by him forever after hold your peace The new chief is making it mighty hard for those who have hereto fore lun roughshod over the people and many things are being done to and annoy him In fact lawbrek ers see their finish if Jim Beazley re mains on and the people back him up in his work The hoodlum is on a hot griddle and if those who are for law and order will Tot bottle up their religion for Sundayon ly display a reform will sweep over Lancaster But on the other hand if the better citizens refuse toshow their appreciation of the work done by the officers and put forth efforts to acquit every scoundrel arrested no reliable or conscientious men can be expected to make an effort to bring the guilty to Right now is the time for the temperance men to shoot or give up the gun Instead of going to church and lifting the roof with the song Beer Marching to Zion attended the sessions of the pollee court tell the marshal of any devilmentyou know is gong on if necessary o with make the arrest Now lets see how many are with the officers and how many are going to their pants and do nothing Ii C1 ad Ii i C Austin fj hotel 2500 61 will j I l 1 g I P Thatold the o t1lce rs duty law tantalI- ze aschlef element justice him SI T attention i e k progressive beheld program assistance p 1 r 2 do their l8 l t L C and 4 ta ou 5 Our Spring lines of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods is now complete We are now ready and will take pleasure in showing you through our Sumner stock We have the swellest line of ever displayed in Lancaster High grade merchandise at low prices We have all the latest novelties in chthtn all tIn latest novelties in Ladies sad Gents fine footwear all the latest novelties in hats all the latest novel ties in furnishing goods are better prepared in every department this season then we have ever been and if you will only give us a little of your time wo will convince you that we can dress you better and cheaper than anybody in Central Kentucky We arc going to start the ball to rolling this season with some of the greatest values ever ottered to the people of Lancaster Will start in our furnishing goods department all of our lIens shirts worth 1 00 I 25 and I 50 you can buy for 83c CASH handle none but the very best brands of shirts The Cluett The Monarch The Ferguson ric Kinney Shirt There are no better shirts made than the above named if there was we would most assuredly have them in our stocK can show you a line of patterns representing the very newest shades See our shirt win dow We positively have the best 50c shirt in the world you with us when you see it Should Say Our stock is simply immense Men of taste win Ire pleased with our display of new Spring Neckwear the styles are various and choice of silks in new fans that are the rage of the hour take pride in our neckwear part miiit Swell dressers always come here for late ideas and they always lind them Our 50 and 75c neckwear you can buy for 39c cash Our 25 and 35c neckwear you can buy for 21 c cash We handle the famous II and I tier ply linen collars worth loc each you can buy them for 9c each for cash we have the goods this season and above all we have the prices andwc are going to do the business SEE IP WE DONT ES23 E TSH ITStSltvai I spin Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods Ve Ve Ve willagree N 6k I selection we great tit Ell LOGANz1 s c r u rJ rI riI rJ t m riI ffirI rn rLJ I J rLJ rU I m ItII II I = a rk1t eddt for Shoesr t beautiful WrWH numerous t r f ir- ralrsr a fl LJL JI I rI S1J lllf DIPER SETS I Cntaining 42 pieces each II to be AWAY I IChairs and other tlcles to be given as PREMIUMS f3IWith every TOc purchase you are 8 entitled to a I at our store iu premiums Save II the stamps and get something nice Band useful FREE OF CHARGED r Our extensive line of Q 3 J GIVEN ar D Rebate Stamp redeemable have been received this week All we ask is that you look at them We know you will buy for the Styles Quality and Prices are Right The LOGAN DRY GOODS Go i Spriri 1 f g GOOci IBUGGIES m iH mc Fine car load to select from finest line ever in Lancaster One hun dred sets of fine HARNESS in stock We will save you from Two to Four Dollars on a Set See us No trouble to show goods RomansElmore 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 Ballard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrels Prompt service Telephone 26 BANKS HUDSON EASTER BUGGIES flJ I I JffJJffJfffIllliSlJl JlljJli 1At WtU U I I FLOUR J 1VtJtIM V1J I r 1 l r 1- ftMiWWWLWWW 1 f Y Buggy Harness Buggy Dusters Buggy Whips MOTJIVT ELKIIV E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I II II C We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking accommodation 16ooooo SURPLUS 600000 M COY R L ARNOLD BURROWS WOODS WOODS W C FISH n CAPITAL DIRWTOR9 R G GUYN J S J B E L Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance oLEWIS Y LEAVELL President I JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5MO SURPLUS IO M B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson T a I J J Walker M Arnold CASTOR I A for Infants and Children TH KW Always BIJI t Bears the signature of li Ys Bar G B twlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys Law Lancaster Office over StorntJsdrug store ltt t 1 rWmBerndon at e ipcky cor ntrer ems N F CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at tU Punt Office in Lancaster Jfy at- SccomlCtmf ifail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth Press League Lancaster Ky April 20 1906 Gullion who is laboring like a Turk fur the Kentucky Press Association has called meeting of the executive committee and other workers at the Old Inn in Louisville next Saturday morning Many mat of importance to the craft are to be attended to The newspaper men of Kentucky were never bound so closely together as now and when their warfare on cheap John politicians and burrtall legislators begins you may look for a rattling of dry bones the like of which has never been witnessed Instead of serving as the door mat of the community as in turner years the newspaper men of indepenlenttate They think and act for them selves and are led by the nose by no man or set of men Some of tha women kissed by Car negie say that he is a rare artist at isculation It all depends on whether tvomen like their kisses with or with sot the accompanying tickle of whis The women who make the state incut had probably been used to the smooth faced kind and enjoyed the new sensation The News has just rounded out twentyfive years undei he editorial management of that love y Christian gentleman and prince ol ioocl fellows Harry Sommers If he- nuld cash all the the newspaper have for him his bank account would be unlimited It is possibly true that there is no joy in riches is contended by certain millionaires but we can truthful testify to the fact that there is little joy in poverty Any newspaper man Aill back iisup in the statement too Mark Twain got a kiss every time he wrote his autograph for the Vassal girls the other day If they were Ken Lucky girls the old rooster certain had a good touch of heaven on earth We believe it was Jim Allen of the ynthianna Democrat who said you an never tell what sort of looking the operator is just ly hearing hei ioice over the phone The loud clothes completely drown d out the sermon at many churcho ast Sunday BETTIS Capt Am Bourne has been on the ick list Farmers are busy planting corn Ii this community Mrs Charlie Clark of Moreland is with her parents for a few days Mr White Marsee of Marbsbury wa here to see his best girl Sunday Mr and Mrs J F rsville visited home folks Sunday Mrs Bright visited her moth er at Lancaster Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Ben Sutton gave Easter Social at their home Saturday ifteruoou PAINT LICK E L Fish of Berea was here Mon Jay Mrs Margaret Argo is quite sick as this writing Miss Ilallie Roystun has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville CC McWhorter bought some hog from Robert which he polo 575 Miss Allie Tribble who has beet visiting Mrs B N Beazley has returnee to her home in Mrs Nannie Brown and little grand daughter Ethel of McCreary Easter with While Shermon West was hauling hay Monday the team he was an away threw him out and he waconsiderably hurt A B Eitridge and wife have return jd from with one of the nicest lines of goods that has ever beeu brought to this place 25Ji for the benefit of the Oliurch at this place and Fairview Rev Tinder of Lancaster will be present and give a lecture The officers of the Paint Lick Chris church hav purchased a lot from A B Estridge for the purpose of build church The Aid Society it this place donated 975 00 to warn paying for it and the officers wish ttthank them In loving remembrance of C Butlei who departed this lire on I5tu of April 1902 By a casket we stood around a form of one we 0 well years ago today Fatherve miss thy loving voice thy tender sweet embrace No more we see form at home nor greet thy smiling face for just four years ago death cane and thy form away and now we as we wept foi one we loved so well Oh day of sor sow grief and pain our tilled with woe for cruel death came to OUt home four years ago today and took from us him we loved so well Father we miss thee more and more Our hearts most overflow No grief no pain and no sorrow there while we are left co mourn Wife and Children 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 Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of tbe lungs and was near death when I be gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have re mained well every since It cures Hemorhages Cnronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed Me Roberts Druggists Soc and SLOO Ti lal bottle lice 1m and a tern J Eliza ethtowlI goodwishes bys I irl i Holt claw of lIerrin i I a- lI 11 Sa lee f Mrs I the City supper Ian uig a JI r hearts are I I bYE 0 1J F District l resident era Pr s Chris 1 L each pent vine liar oven I A sick BEUIU VISTA Miss Annie Poor is with relatives in Mercer county D Scott made a business trip to Lexington last week Geo Ruble who has been on the list has about recovered Mrs James Colton of Fordwlck Va is the guest of her aunt Mrs W T KingJames Spilman bought of Mr Ducton f of Jessamine iO head of sheep at about G per Mr and Mrs Logan Duncan left last week for Indiana where they will make their home James Smith who is engaged in business at Davenport Okla is visit lug relatives here Mrs Hamilton of Lancaster who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Spoon amore also other relatives has Annt Peggie Robinson passed her ninety fourth birthday on the 4th She enjoyed the distictlon of being the oldest person in this section Last week as Mesdames Martin and Upton were returning from Bryants vllle a shaft dropped down frightened their horse Mrs Martin was thrown out sustaining slight bruises but Mrs Upton in attempeing to jump broke her limb about the ankle Appropriate Easter services were held at Browns chapel Sunday morn log The service closed with the open lug of Easter eggs containing Mission try money collected by the children total 12 29 Bernie Scott who had collected the largest amount received the prize BRYANTSVILLE Miss blithe Duncan was in Lexington week Mr II B Campbell of Nicholasville was here last week Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden have been visiting in Lancaster Several from here attended court al Nicholasville Monday Mr James Adams of Mt Vernon was a visitor here last week Mr Sam Farlee has accepted a posi tion with Mr A T Scott Alfred Swope left Saturday to accept i position at Fordwick Va Miss Ella Duncan of Danville has been the guest of friends here Mr and Mrs Roy Arnold of Danville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Swope Miss Aanna Kay Jenkins will leave in a few days for a visit to relatives at GeorgetownMiss Ison who is attending State college spent the Easter floli lay at home Mrs William Combs and Mrs Tom Barr of Wilmore visited Mrs W L Mass last week Mr and Mrs Charley Burdett of Marksbury spent Sunday with Mr and Burdett Miss Kate Patton is expected home in a few days after an extending visit o friends in Georgia Miss Katie Mae Farlu who mg school at Harrodsourg spent the Easter Holidays at home ayine Lee Ballard returned home Wednesday after a very delight full visit to relatives in Noblesville Ind Mrs Allen Ray died at her home near here after a lingering illness Thursday and was buried at Buckeye Friday BOUHNE Mr J P Hamin sold several loads of orn at 225 per bbl Messrs Jeff Dnnn and Sam Morford were in Danville Monday Mr Turner and wife visitod his parents at Hyattsville Sunday Herman Scott and Tom Turner were visiting college friends at Danville last weekMr of Stanford was a Mr John Hamm and family Sunday Charlie Pope and Arthur Smith of Lancaster were with friends here and Sunday Mr James T Adams a prominent merchant of Mt Vernon was visiting it Mr Thos Turners Wednesday night illy Grimes one of the oldest residents of this section died at the home of her daughter Mrs John Sher last Tuesday She was a member of the Mt Hebron Baptist church and had lived a true and consistent chris tlan She leaves two sons one daughter and a number of grand chil dren After appropiate urnal sarvices conducted by Rev G W Thompson the remains were laid to rest ID the Mt Hebron cemetery Wednesday morning at ten oclock The bereaved have the ympathy of the entire community The many friends of the family were greatly distressed on learning of the death of Mrs Mollie Ray wife of Mr Allen Ray Mrs Ray had not been well for some time and was confined to her bed for several prior to her death which occured Thursday morning twelve oclock She had borne her sufferings patiently until in his God called her home to the eternal haven of test She was a of the Christian church and lived that pure life so certain to end with rich reward in the great beyond She leaves a husband sons two daughters and a number of relatives to her loss The interment took at one oclock The grief stricken relatives have spmpath be yond measure in their great bereave meat I i heaa I Ihome I last W E firs Taylor is attend Miss J C T N Aldrldge vlslton of Saturday Mrs Ute weeks about proper time member 1 i0 I J t I I b returned row three mourn place at the Buckeye cemetery Friday afternoon T Danville Kentucky Gloves These are the scarcest things in the market We can come nearer supplying your wants in this line than any house in this section We have a big line of White Suede Kid Gloves 12 button lengths at only 150 pair same in 16 button length at 200 Black Glace Kid Gloves in IG button best made at Genuine Kayser pat Finger Tip Silk Gloves in 12 and 16 button lengths in pinks blues helios pongee white and black at Si and 150 Mail your orders with instructions to save you a pair from first shipment if sold before your order reaches us Wash Goods We are showing over 500 pieces of brand new Wash Materials at every price from j c to soc Efiemes shad ow Silks Soie Radiante Zephyrs Emb Crepes Silk Organdies Batistes Ginghams etc most of these are in styles not to be had elsewhere Dress bin ns kind from the cheapest to the thick or thin inch very sheer all linen lawn at 3 c equal to any at soc Finer ones up to 2 thread Dress linen 90 inches wide at 95C 36 in pure Irish Linen at 25c Send for samples if you cannot come in per son White Goods We have full ranges of qualities in all kinds of White Goods from cheapest to finest and many new materials not to be had any where else Mercerized Madras and Batistes French Lawns Chiffon Batistes 4o in soft Lawns Swiss Bishop Lawns Wash Chiffons Paris Muslin etc Beautiful imt Linens at ice 12 and iTc Long 350 i Every finesteither 35 J A fly f t Real round Daces I Embroideries White goods suggest trimmings You should see our assortment of Val Laces Every quality and width and medallions to match Net top Laces and All overs Baby Irish Allovers bands edges and Medallions Our line of Embroderies is extremely atti activeworth coming long way to Every kind from 50 to 7 yd kadies Furnishings Keisers fine Neckware and Belts from 25C up Other neckwear in over too styles from toe to 3 Belts in silk gold silver leather and linen from ice to 2 White Linen Parasols at 125 2 and 250 the very latest Colored silk umberellas 2 Ladies an Childrens hosiery in black and white all qualities from loc up WHITE LINEN SUITS Pure linen hand embroidered Shirt Waist suits at 6 8 and up to i4 Linen Eton Pony and Box Suits from 6 to 30 SILK SUITS Best values and prettiest styles ever prices from 10 up SKIRTS About 300 new skirts in White Black Grays and Navy in Voile Panamas Serge and Secilliam from 5 up WAISTS Lace and Net waists from 5 to 10 India Linen and Lingerie waists in very exclusive styles from 1 to ro SILK PETTICOATS Black at 4 5 and White specials at 5 and 6 Danville Kentucky see ead9 to Wear u- pi 1 Qrd 1 I1JJfjI AI I offered v Lrlw Z Sr Jesse Diffearen I n Agent Insurance Solicits a share of the patronI age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking inurance against Fire lightning find Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest pcssi f be rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky SPRING SUMMER The showings of Willing leave nothing to be wished for Quantities of A 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 Quills Plenty of Ribbon in Satins TaUetas and Velvet Hats in plainer fabrics Chips Pedales Leghorns Hair etc Colors Vieux Rose Sepphire Violets Reds Greens Leath er Browns etc We extend a cordial invita tion to everyone to call and examine thc stock Ada M Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street PHONE 10 A Most INVITATION is extended the Ladies to call and see our Handsome Stilish K Milliner I We have the most Beauti ful Creations the Prettiest Patterns the most Stjlisli TriiBiiiiiiis We will appriciate a call Jk Y Miss Bottle Broaddus Experiencein 1 Millinery Business S has taught us what to se 2 j lect to suit the people We- S have always strived to please the people and think we have a better selection this Spring than 5n3Is ever before fiaI SALLIE D TILLET- m mmfwmn SURESAFPEEDY RHEUMATISM CURE g Sold to Druggists Also told by F P FR1SBIE Druggist 1 I I I St tlish I iZ I rood 11 c I I i fl I i I fa I I l I I I I XO i i 2 St S 4 r 2 2 I I I 2 OOOOOC OOc filli riJiflJffflL0l i OUR IM r X X 1 lfiJ Columbus O fmrwilh fUVERu4 RHEUMATISM with Der BoUt in J MYS mineswooooo ooooaooaoooooooouoa tlow ers 8 r r II 8- rdingal- t iootoooooaoooroooooaoooowooGeoeso 9 t Cordial- e e etti x Wide h lltell8ceftlplultwanirer leEf yeas cured dMfwrf irKr TtF f tiM J 3 33 I J C ROBINSON 1- dj Successor to Hamilton Dunlap B II3 DEALER IN j Furniture Garpets matting Windnw Glass Window Shades Picture I Framing Sewing Machines Etc Will appreciate the patronage of the public Frices allways d right J B COLLIER Salesman II JVr The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY Pr Idtat JOHN E STORHES Vice S C DEXSY Cashier J F Robinson E T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes S C Denney The approach of Spring suggests House Painting J OUR LINE this year I IS THE BESTr- Sii GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING ffi Lime and Cement 8 I I493 Pre AsstCashr I fll fll rn lfll fllijgLf rn rnt fjJ fj f11 rn g tormos Jrg llr Jrwoofillfjir ITjmJ J Lij E ifur Gi7 t 1 l 1y o I Jf A torov I PERSONALS Mrs W T West has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Juliet Rogers was a visitor in Danville the past week Mrs Jonas Rucker has returned to her home in Ford Ky Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained the Embroidery Club the past week W Miller was at home this week for a few days Mrs Juliet Rogers and son Joseph were visitors in Cincinnati this week spent last week with her husband in Crab Orchard Mr Watt Arnold of Nicholasville is with his brother Mr W A Arnold Mrs A FI Rice of Louisville is visit ing her mother Mrs II A B Marks buryMesdames A D Ford and J E Stormes were visitors in Danville the past weekMr Jacob Joseph is again in Cincin nati for more spring and summer goodsMiss Mamie Ballard is after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Indiana Judge R A Burnside of the Internal Re venue service was at home Satur day and Sunday R E Henry of Memphis Tenn is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J C Robinson Charles F Denman Hemphill spent Easer Holiday with her parents Judge and Mrs T C Hemphille Mrs John M Frazee has returned to her home in Maysville after a visit to Mrs II CJennings sisters in Hamilton Ohio Mrs Fred Stone and sons and daugh ters Mrs John Mier and Miss Danville have been guests of hereMisses Grace Hershburper of Pitts Penu and Carrie Johnston of Lebanon are guests of Miss JohnstonCourier Journal Miss XannieStee ly of Williamsburg who has been the guest of Miss Violet Preston has returned home Mesdames Ross Burnside of Bar boursvillf Donald McDonald of Dan ville have been visiting their mother Mrs Patsy Kannaird Danville James Hemp hill and Miss Carrie Curry of Lancas ter were in this city Wednesday with Mrs F D Miss Bessie Gullev is in Cincinnati this week visiting Mrs J M Layton also Miss Bessie Mae Lear who is in the Conservatory there Miss Grace Hurshburger stopped on her way from California to her home in Pitsburg Pensylvaniato visit her uncle TM Johnston and family Mr J Mrs Henley V Bastin at home again Mrs spentfromMiss Theo cityleft I NewsMrs rand o Mr and friends Nell M TS f 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 BATSOF4 LANCASTER CLOTHING i i3 S Q m F Mrs Jim McGee Is visiting Mrs II G Ward in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs A M Kinnaird of Mid dlesboro are guests of Mrs Patsy Kin nairdMiss Lena Rigney entertained the Embroidery Club this afternoon Charley Zunone and Fraser Hurt who are attending the Commercial college of Kentucky University spent Saturday and Sunday with friends hereMiss Carrie Johnston who has been the guest of her cousins Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Nell Johuston has returned to her home in Lebanon KentuckyDanville Advocate Mrs Margaret Richel and Ella Henry of Lancaster have returned home after a visit 10 Miss Ida Stone on East Main street Lancaster relatives have been infor med of the birth of daughter to Mrand Mrs Cox of St Louis Mrs Cox was for Carpenter Dr Ross Burnside of Barbours ville has been spending a few days in Lancaster his old home He has been practicing medicine in Barfcoursville since leaving Lancaster and been quite successfulDanville News Mrs Hemp hill and Miss Carrie Curry of Lancas ter in this city Wednesday with CaptWilliamdown Wednesday from Lancaster Noblesville Ind Ledger Mrs E D Oursler very delightfully entertained forty ladies Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Mayme Ballard of Kentucky who is visiting Mr and Mrs WE Dunn A must delicious lunch completed the afternoons R G Caylor enter tamed at bounce euchre Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Mayme Ballard of Lancaster Ky Richmond Register A large of friends responded to Mrs James VV Capertoas invitation for Tuesday afternoon and were most generously and hospitably entertained at her home Both euchre and flinci were played and numerOls prizes were a warded the winners Delicious were served and an afternoon of unalloyed pleasure enjoyed by all fortunate enough to be present Mrs Caperton makes an ideal hostess and ways contributed largely to the afternoon Richmond Register Drs Falconer Kinnaird and Vaught met in this city yesterday and fixed May 2Jih 50th and 3lst for the meeting of the Railroad Surgeons of Kentucky These compose the committee on the scientific programme The profession of this county are making an elTorfc to have this a banner meeting and the traditions Madison county There are hut two surgeons of rail ways located here Dr Jasper surgeon to L A and Dr Vuught for the L N The other physicians however are contributing both time and money and will give an elegant reception to the visiting surgeons Zauone and cityThe pleasureMrs number refreshments her gracious James were gentlemen uphold LUE FRONT WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dry Shoes Carpets Matting Etc I Mens Boys and Childrens Tailor Made Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods ReadyMadeSkirts We handle nothing but UpToDate Goods We want all of your cash trade and will save you big money not like some merchants save you few cents we will save you dollars Each dollar purchase from 25 to 50 per cent The reason we can save you money we buy all goods from the best and biggest Eastern markets and in big quantities we buy for cash and sell for cash or trade for produce The Working Mans Friend 9 Prop Lancaster Kentucky i I ti iI I EIII iln I I III I Goo s Ill Ladies I Iii I I ofour I II III p t erscn II lli I r p4 roB t A irip il OMt11M iilydltMOA et l 1t J The STORE j I r IC t t s- tiLL FOR Wo are untliorlztd to announce JUDGE JOHN V HUGHES Mercer county as a can dilate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky In Cognress to succeed G Gilbert subject to the action of the locrutle party HYATTSV1LLE Mr J M Mahan of Williamsburg was here Thursday Mr Henry Arnold has been suffer ing with rneumatihtn Win Gums bought of Mrs Goodloe one milch cow for 2u Mr J A Sanders bought of Hiram Ray a pair of mules for 51 Mrs J M Iliattand Mrs Woods were in Danville shopping Friday week Mrs George Robinson was the guest of her mother Mrs Rebecca West this week Mr and Mrs Steve Hill of McCreary visited the hatters parents at this place last week Mr F G Hurt who is attending school at Lexington spent Easter with home folks Miss Bessie Lee Pierce accompanied preachIngMr and Mrs Ocar Ray of Buckeye visited the latter parents Mrand Mrs Frank Pierce Saturday and Sunday Hear Dr T T Eaton in his humorous Lecture at the court house Friday evening April 27 2t 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 than a box permanently cured me writes L S Napier Rugles Ky Heals wounds Burns and Sores like a magic 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Twentythree Kentucky saddle horses were sold in Xew York Thursday for 13089 an average of 568 It is estimated that there will be a half million mules raised in Kentucky this on account of the prevailing high prices A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who has found Dr Kings Xew 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 rulers that infuse new life Gnaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist Price 25c 1m The market for advance sales on lambs and wool has opened in Bourbon county W B Woodford sold his lambs for late June delivery at 6 cents per pound Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has atmosphere which slakes life in some form possible on that statelite but not tor human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure headache Bil iousness Malaria Chilis and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizxinesss Tor pid 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 R E McRoberts Druggist Price only 50c 1m WAIT FOR HUNGER Good Advice from R E McRoberts as to How to Create an Appetite Any physician will tell you that it is unwise to eat unless one is really hungry It is far better to miss a meal than to eat without appetite But do not take a tonic sitmulant or appetizer to make you R E McRoberts says that the be way to create an appetite is to re store the digestion to health by the use of Miona stomach tablets a reliable remedy that they have sold with the best of satisfaction When Miona is used the irrita tion and inllammatiou of the stom ach coating will be soothed the gas tic frollicley will be strengthened so that they will pour out the natural digestive fluids with regularity and the food you eat will be perfectly digested without distress A large box of flliona stomach tablets is sold for 50 cents by It E McRoberts and it is successful and reliable in curing indigestion and other stomach troubles with the of cancer of the stomach that he sells it under a guarantee that the money will be refunded un less it does all that is claimed for it If you have any stomach weakness here is an opportunity to be cured without risking a cent yourself Reserved seats only thirty five cents on sale at Stories drug store for Dr Eatons Lecture Poor Kin at the court house Friday evening April 27 Ten saddle horses owned by Ball Bros of Versailes sold at auction for a total of 6940 in New York City The star was the six year old gilding The Gambler winner of the worlds championship at St Louis He was knocked off for 82050 The others brought an average price of 450 I COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings CONGRESS Ii of Hon G MaryBrown year hun rJ exception j2t I I I KILLTHE WITH I druggist New FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHSaml OLDS Price Free Trial Soo 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for All THKOAI and IiUHG LSS or MONEY BACK If r Z C t C f g g i 5 g g run Yes fire sole agents for the famotn Woolson Spice Co of Coffees prices ranging from 15c to 35c per pound guarantee this coffee to far exceed any other line in town Call and let us show you or phone 20 b G DAVIDSON Ksa Buggy Painting and 33 REPAIRING I use the Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Buggies etc hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call onn Paint Paint Paint Now is the time for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow PaintT- he cost of applying a cheap paint is the same as a good one Do not be persuaded into using a paint claimed to be just as good as Rainbow Paint There is none just as good Rainbow paint is in a class alone and is fully pro tected by a guarantee Everything used in Painting FRISBIES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store If you buy ICE of L H MULLFINGER you can get a reduction by buying ice tickets We carry a full line of Groceries and Vegetablesa- nd an uptodate line of Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds and our prices the lowest L H MULLFINCER l fjtij rf 0J Coffee COFFEE I we lineS0 0 Is I eYlIJJljJffJJflJNJJ jJjffJ1 1010 J jJJ nnnr nrmmnmmm EVe Eon I Bros I lUAU1UiUU1UiU1U1U I I G OOCOOOOC OOC I I I I I2 OOCOOCR J II II V AV V JU 2ii p i o W rY L v r 1 u JIIJUIII111111JI11lIJIIJIIJIIJIIJIIJII j OOO niiw w are t- R rIiF IIimIlIII1 rg AVcgetablc Assimilating thcfoodandRcguta- Ung the St Promo s nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC lIJrSAMllZLPmJ1ERIJifncnnl JiuJ for tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea ness and Loss OF SLEEP EXACT copy OF WRAPPER C1tiRIA nessndRcstCoB Ins nC1th- COpiurnNorphlne R14SJtzic Sid iiat Iii anatJ 4 z- rJfYJ2 flan Worms ThcSnil Signature ot NEW YORK 0 it For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over i Thirty Years THE CENTUR CONY NEW YOII CITY w CASTORIA U 217 aYEAROLD tr Ilaimonic is a blood bay horse with Mac points 16 hands high Foaled in 1902 weighs 1200 pounds Sired by ORATORIO 213 Record Made in the 10000 M M Stake at Detroit July 1897 Sire of Gordon Prince Alice Mapas 2OG Estatic 205 and host of others cst dam Pattie Sutton by WiJkes Boy 234 i 4 dam of Harmonic 217 dam of loyal Sheldon 204 Buy 208 and others and lam Edna D by Young Jim dam of Marl 212 Du sire of 4 in 230 dams of 51 r a Eugenia 230 in 20 3rd dam Alia by American Clay dam of 2 230 sire of gila Clay 220 Granville 225 and others 4th lam Ella by Joe Hooker 185 Harmonic is a high class trotter and a show horse perfect in feet legs eyes and in slior a perfect show horfe with 210 fpecd his action in front and bell n I is pei feet his breeding is rich and its very seldom you getS a chance to breed to horse of this kind If you dont get a trotter you will get a high class Eastern horse Harmonic will make the season at Central Kentucky Fair Grounds at Danville at 30 to Insure a Living colt or 25 the Season Three mares will be bred for 25 to insure a living colt Dont Want Your Money For Nothing A E HUNDLEY DANVILLE KY Office at Kentucky Supply Co HARMONIC i Oil Gratton S CURED BY FOliYS HONEY AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so run down that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia orConsumption are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR soothes and heals the inflamed allays the feverish conditions stops the cough ant prevents serious results from a FOLEYS HONEY AND TIR Is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children- It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Foloya Honey and refuse substi tutes that cost you the same as the genuine Do not take chances with unknown preparation CiRsmnption Thriatmi I C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn HI writes I was troubled with a backing cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Houey and Tar it cured me and I have not been trou bled since Three SOc 100 The so cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times j much HOLD AN RECOMMENDED IY For sle by CC J E Stormes Coughs and Colds air Tarand some care siies25c I passages coldS i LOWELL Mr Willie Scott has been sick for several days Little bun Dunn who his been sick has recovered Miss Mary Spurlock of Barea visit friends here last week Will Hurt had the misfortune lose a valuable mare last week Mr Frances Gibson and wife of Creek visited at W F Parks last week Miss Martha Rose of Flat Woods spent last week with her sister Mrs Freda Parks Mr and Mrs Oscar Boyle of Point Lcavel with her parents Mr and Mrs Lafe Brown Mrs Richard Biown who has been with tier parents for the past two weeks has returned home Your correspondent and family at tended preaching at Fair View and dined with Mrs Belle Henderson Sun day Mrs W F Parks and children had a narrow escape Suuday morning when they started to church the horse ran away turned the bugy over throwing them all out but fortunately bones were broken A FAMOUS REMEDY r 0 led no Shy spent Icared MY cough with German Syrup He wrote to Dr G G Green An as true as I doctor dear Im feelin finer ever Ive been I consumptive should not be the victim as he often is but the moment the dread disease mani fests its presence he should be given Bo schees a pure holic medicine that ts made specially for fame as a for catarrh colds sore throat and all bronchial affections in old and is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a Trial bottle 25C bottle 75C At ill druggists throughout the world For sale by K E CTcRoberU lUdol Dyspepsia Cur what yw 9 I than the cure of consumption and has a worldwide qIt topa the aaaJalaag eat 1 The 51 cou4k 5 Business Items Button Pictures for 0 rents at the I Photo car It See Pug Hes the ice man tf Mail Boxes at Mount Eltons Best seed potatoes Currey Hern don tr Save your money buy Rooting Julia Best Line of freezers at CurreyA Herndon If Toilet Articles of at Frisbles Drug Store Bigsoap deal still on Currey Herndon tf How would you like to be the Im it Pug Elkin tf I Just reclevecl a car load of Buggies see us for prices Haselden Bros 3t A fullblooded Jersey cow with calf a week old aud a good milker Call on 0 T Wallace Point Leavel Ky 2t A nice lot of two feet boards on hand now John Magee If you want the best coffee use sold only by Currey Hern don tf See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash etc John Magee The Wirdon The Sheld brand of Ciothing the Stetson Hat the Walk over the W L Douglas the King Quality shoe for sale at the Blue Front at 25 per cent less than the regular pr ce II Patterson Wholesale and Re tail Lancaster Kentucky Now is the time to set White Leg horn eggs for next winter layers 3t Walton Moss We have a Car of Spring Beauties in the way of Buggies 5fc Haselden Bros This summer when you get warm call up Pug Elkin lIes the ice man tf Fresh line of Blankes coffee rccieved The best on earth Currey Herndon tf J F Parks of Cincinnati is in wiJi his car to make first class Photographs of all kinds at about price Will be here but a short time Call at once grade work only It We have the newest the freshest and best line of groceries in Lancas ter Currey Herndon tf Hear Dr T T Eaton in his humorous Lecture at tb3 court house Friday April 27 Everything new in come and ee it HemphiljAfc West to purchase a larger house 1 will sell my residence on Stanford street and give possession at Will gladly show the property to any one wishing to purchase Will also sell a good milk cow JacobJoseph tf See the handsome watches and just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Just Received New lot sewing machine neeedies and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Newest and latest in Box Tablets and envelops Drugstore i Handsomest line of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just o peued at Morrow tf Just Riceived New lot of Best made Thompson the Jeweler tf The finest line ofPerfume ever Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and get itfor feed Banks Hudson Take your prescriptions to FrisblesDrug Store but the very finest drugs and chemicals All persons in to me for hats will please settle with Miss Lena Uright before the middle of May us all outstanding account will with an attorney foi collection at that time Mrs Fannie Lear tf Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated Banks Hudson tf ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf It Banks Hudson Wanted About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass laud for grazing for this Neverwett Roofing will last you from 10 to 15 years and only 1 10 quare caps and nails included John Magee 2fc TlieBaptisi Ladles Aid has ngaged Dr T T Eaton of Louisville ro deliver one of his popular lectures here evening 27tb His subject will be Poor tf of The Barker Brand all Linen and Wilson Bros Shirts just reclined all the new tyles and 2t r- I have secured the services of Mr Jas T Fisher one of the best drug gists in the state and am prepared to fill physicians prescriptions promptly and Bring prescriptions t u Jas H Dunn the druggist 2t i t C e s ed f i 11 Neverwett e every Idis t Iceman For Sale Blank s Xo 2U ju Read This Lancaster Evening summer nder wear Including and Silk For Sale D siring styles Paper DrugStore crushed obtainable 2 debted Coal byEdSalt 9bushel A Ki Another C I a patterns West tt 3 f y p a 1dag V high 8 2t out kclo Fnisbi e I 2tf ply ccurat ely k 1 I Hemp Bringing Good Prices JTintp Im I Jiiijiitr luiue than in years It Uselliug nov tor 35 75 per 112 pounds The highest price quoted in 1905 was 5 says the lessa mine News Several causes have to the bringing about tile In Kentucky the amount of ground planted in hemp has been steadily on tho decline In 1005 twenty five per cent less land was planted than in 1004 and this year fully awen tyfive less than last season The increase in the price of hemp has been the principal cause of the small er acreage planted eace year It has also provedmore dlllleult each season c re satisfactory labor to handle the crop And in this the broom tape has caused a great deal of trouble to the planter House Paint Haselden Bros All kinas of whitewash brushes at Wards To save money on Harness see Haselden Bros Garden hoes at cost at Wards It I I have the coldest ice on market tf Pug Elkin If vou want the best drip coffee pot made ask Currey Herndon tf There is but one Ruberold Roofing Haselden Bros I sell ice tickets at reduced rates tf Pug Elkin Bring us your produce w pay more than any one else Currey Herndon Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received Haselden Bros Call up Pug Elkin at 29 he always has cold tf Pug Elkin Hear Dr T T Eaton in his humorous Lecture at the court house Friday Evening April 27 2t The Sure Hach Incubator surely does hatch chickens We guarantee that Walton Moss 5t Window glass all sizes JPaUit Putty Varnish and oils at prices Frisbies Drug Store Hear Dr T T Eaton in his humorous Lecture at the court house Friday Evening April 27 2t Dont fail to see our line of Neck Ties before they have been picked over Hemphill and West 2t Remember for Buggies and Harness that Haselden Bros have the goods and prices that cant be beat 3t Haselden JJros For chapped hands face mrlips use Frisbies Almond Cream t will pos itively cure them tf Frisbies Drug Store Ice Ice Ice Having contracted with Stanford Light and Ice Co to handle their ice I am prepared to furnish the best ice at as low price as anyone See me before making your contract for the summer as 1 will save you money 2t II B Northcott For Sale The home of the late Mrs Susan one one half 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 Frisbie For a limited time we offer for spot cash only as follows Four balls star potash 25 cts 8 packages A II Soda 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 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 ex ceiling qualities of this Flour I have it in Frank B Marksbury Notice Coal Salt Corn Hay and shipstufl on hand at all times which I sell cheap I alsu pay market price for Corn Hay and Bacon See me before you sell 1 will make it profitable to you I want your business also your company when in town Phone 140 J A Jones tf Farm for Sale A good farm of 170 acres in one tract and 100 unimproved in another The 10 acre tract on Lexington pike well improved with of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are well fenced futh er particulars call on or address Marksbury Ky For Rent for This Year Three lots of grass land one of 29 acres lying next to plenty of water good fencing Another piece of 35 acres lying off the pike Also 12 acres the 35 acres which can be rented with it tf Ike M Myers Lancaster Ky White Leghorns Exclusively Do yeu want If so get a start of White Leghorns The grearest lav ers yet produced Mine have been bred for heavey laying fur 12 years Eggs 15 for 50 cents 35 fur 100 100 and over 2 cents each Walton Mo s I also sell the SureHatch incubator the best made Phone 1S4F Imay Lancaster Ky Madison Dare 2162 Blood nay Stallion 15 3 hands high foaled in May 1902 weighs 150 pounds by Chester Dare No 10 by Black Squirrel Madisons 1st dam Saucy S he by On Time No 745 he by Jackson So 2nd dam by Glut and ReidsSUylock 4th dam by son of Copper Bottom F 8 Madison Dare hai great style aud action plenty of bone onrrie good taU and la wol gaited saddle horse Madison Dare will terro approved mares Ten Dollars to Insure living colt Ctable on McQroty are Wm MACK HUGHES Danville Ky j I f contributed result percent many parts of Grocery We sell it 10 e t Pric streetsFP 2 arrels e iOOJt Stonewall Vermont 1I clam by II at lj section SESOfliif 71 i u 1ES I I SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Male in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and 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 give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell ypu how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Commissioners Sale of Laud GAKKAKU CIUCMIT COUKT Sarah Jane Taylor c Plffs vs Celia J Armstrong c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term in the above styled ease I as Master Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY APRIL 25rc 1905 it being County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard Co Ky sell to the highest and bidder the following tvo lots or parcels of lurid situated in the town of Bryantsville Garrard County Ky and bounded as follows No 1 ba ginning at the South East corner of H S Marrett Lot thence with said line West to a stone thence North to Harrodsburfj Iload thence West with the said Road to the line dfSmith thence South with said line to James N Philips the property owned by said Philips his corner thence East with line to the Harrodsburg Road thence North with said Road to the beginning No 2 on tOe side of the turn pUce road leading from 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 of an acre Said two tracts will be sold separate TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of G and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds of equal with good security pay able to the undersigned Com missionor for said purchase money bearing sx per cent 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 lein will also be retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court This April 4th 1900 R IITomlinson Atty for Plff Commissioners Sale of Laud GVHUAUU CIIJCUIT COtTHT McWhorter Estridge PUT vs Willie Merritt c By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its Mardi term 1SJOU in the above styled case I as Master Commissionej of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 23rd 1005 it being Court day at the Court House in Lancaster Garrard County sell to the highest and best bidder the following described real property 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 thence with line of G M Tread way Hue of Gran Lackey and with his line to line of Bob Leavell to L N Railroad Company line and with their line to the beginning containing about five acres more or This sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of which is plffs debt interest and cost approxi mately to date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a creditor six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed Commissioner for purchase money bearing 0 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 be upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money- J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Atty for Plff TuisApriUtn 190t of Garrard Dark Bay combined stallion i K handshigh 4 heavy mane and t il He will make the season 1906 iny stable at Me Crenry at 8 to Insure a Living Colt Duke of Garrard by Duke of Boyle by Duke of Denmark 1st dam by Annie Bell by Wal lace Denmark 2nd dam Lady Messenger by Abdullah Messenger 3rd dam Lady Morgan by old Stonewall Jackson Duke of Boyle first dam Jennie by Black Squirrel I will also at same place stand my bg black jack JJeecher Morgan same terms as Duke of Garrard Eight Dollars to insure living colt up and all right Beccher Morgan Is 4 years old 15 hands high by Blllle Lears big jack he by Old Beacrer out of Jen net by John Morgan he by Marmadnke and is outof an Imp Jennet her dam by Joe Black bnrn by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by DIdo he by Irvine Dixie by Kiokapoo 3nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by Jim Pore ter I wilt engage colts from first class brood mares at 7500 to 10000 A lien retained on colt for season money When maro is traded or parted with money Is due J W HIHL McCrearyjKy I r won formerly installments moneyJ situated Company le 12200 Duke ear a re d est Matt Si S Del La vour I Begi Mast U d c I J i Commissioners Sale of Lund GAUJUAUD Cutcuix COUUT Flbli Guaramu etc Pill Va Montey Fish Dft- liy a judgement of the Gairaid UIICUIL juuri lenUeica at ns Alurcli Lorai 1JUG in me uuuvu t case 1 as Atanier Coiiiuiiaiuiiur UI suit court Will 011 MONDAY APRIL 2 lt00 it being County cuuri uay ai tlicCouil Uoor 111 Lraticaaiur Oiarraril Co Ky sun to the nest tile following ttucis of laud ualuU in Garruru Cu and buunUea as lollowft A LSuguuiiug at a hiaKi Cur to liuiueLic Ili polts the whole line being Ho jolts stake Corner to Robert lluut v 187 poles lo a stake at the InteiMc lion ot the Rout Kemper line aiony tile West side ot the road and lint generally s 314 w 144 2 5 poles to a tune in the lane inence in a west div ision hue s 8DJ E 114 poles to the be ginning containing 100 acres U A tract in Garrard Co Ky on the waters of lioones Creek and adjoining said 100 acre tract and bounded a follows On the North by said loo acre tract and Hughess laud on llie East by the lands of Thomas Herring and Hughes on the South by the land of R U Rice and on the Wet by the lauds of Lewis Rout containing 4acreb 2 roods arid 20 U 100 poles less acres 2 roods and 2J poles heretofore sola to Abner Hughes TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of months purchaser will be required to execute bond with tood payable to the undersigned iMustci Commissioner for said purchase moiiej bearing 0 per intrest per annum from date of sale until paid having the for and effect of a judgement upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A iein will also be retained upon the land sold for thu payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult Court 4th lOOfi Kendrick Alcorn Atty for PilT Commissioners 8 ilo of Land George Grow PUT vs A Dean c Dcfts a judgeiuent of tilt Garraid Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1100 in tile above styled case I as Master Commissioner will oi AiOSDAYAPIULid 1000 it being County Court day at the Court House dour in Lancaster Gar rard Ctunty Kv sell to the highest and best binder the following des ib ed tract of land in Garrard County Ky on the waters of ScotFork Creel and on the East side ol the Poor Ridge Turnpike and bounded as follows IJegining at a point in the middle of the aforesaid corner to S L Walker and J T Ray thence with tht line of said Ray x 70 i E passing the South side of a hacKberry tree at 1 pole and 1C 150 poles in all to a at the lower end of a stone thence N 73 J K 18 UO poles to a staKe in the middle of a branch 10 poles from a mulberry thence down said branch with the middle arid meanders of same S 75 f E 181 poles to an ash on north side of same thence S i E 27 poles passing a scrubby sycamore at a stone and at the mouth of said branch in all 2970 poles to a take 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 v 23 5t poles to a stake s 14 E 20 poles s 35J w 7 poles toastake in middle the of said creek corner to same and Austins other tract of landthence leaving the creek x 75J SS poles to a point in the middle of the aforesaid pUce corner to Stephen L Walker and Miley Walker thence with the mid file and meanders of said pike v 2 i poles to the East Edge of same thence N 9 w 23 20 poles to the begin ninn containing 24 acres and 13 poles This sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum which is plaintiffs debt interest and cost to date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit ofG months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security to the undersigned Muster for said purchase money bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Herndon and Swinebroad Attys for plaintiff This April 4th 1900 Commissioners Sale of Land GAUKAUD CIUIJUIT CounT Julia Tschonz PI IT vs Marree Tschonz c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit at its March term 1901 in the above styled case 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 and best bidder the following tract of land situated in Garrard County Ky near Cartersville and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in the wagon branch of Copper Creek corner to Mrs Boyds lot thence with the meanders said branch S 13 E poles S E 20 S 19 E 14 poles to a stake in the middle of said branch maple marked as a pointer thence S 89 W 96 poles to a stake in line of whole tract three young white oaks marked as pointers thence with old line N 21 E 13Si poles to a poplar in a bottom corner To whole tract some distance from Cedar LicK thence with line of whole tract N 75 E 10 poles to a fallen black oak aforesaid wagon branch thence down same witbils meanders to the containing 55 acres 2 roods and 32 poles TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months purchaser will be to execute bend of equal instal ments payable with good security to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 per interest per annum from date of salt until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at marnrity the Ramp having the force and effect of a judg ment A wilt be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase monev JM ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court R H TomilRrn Atty for Plaintiff This c 4 Ivan Inure uf highs aUII alt hy m it A n Gtlitlo CmCUIT By vlrture of i tuat cd the E w I of S50 50 approximately pay able Commissioner hain 1 26 52 beginning required April 4 b tio oc Ilet use isC Lour I Minnie ii in- C scent his 1Coul stale I tot d r hem also Bay horse 15J hands high foaled This horse is a gaited trot ter and a show horse of the very high est typtv lie will make the present season at my place on this old Crab Orchard and Richmond road 1 mile from the Richmond arid Lancaster pike at TEN DOLLARS to insure a colt OAUXEUAN was bred ly William SImpon of Ncw York Ho isJy Unl Wilkes out of Mis by Mainbrino 1atolifii Mis Lane Is H double iriidiieiii ilniighler of Mnmbnm Iatc hell She jirodnctdillsj Wilton with a record of 22S and Cnriiuliin Jrji Carnrlianii Cod dun li MisrfCnrcy who in i liiKliter of Al inont the Jest son of Alexuixlf Abdallali Ins r l Iain was Idaho by Jills Vermont His dum Snow Ball by rey Eagle OREEIV I wilt also stand my big Illuck Jock at the same price nwl ou the same terms n ireen ts It lialids lil n years oldlarjje bone aunt inussvl aud hits proven himsell an extra breeder WOODS WALKER Paint Lick Ky Paragon 2291 4 nayHorse 1 6 hands highSirctlbyf Jsv Bird 5060 1st dam Oueiila i17 Florida IS2 gran dam of Grace liond iii4Cud dam Laity hint b Hambrinn SiiO dam of HavtluiriieJtOCIi Hl Winter 212 etc Mollie by Ashland 17 Itli dam helLIon by Mambrlno iiritton 5th dam Kit by Walter Jay lllrd 5 sire of Huu tliorne 20rt4 Allcr ton 2 Early Bird 210 Invmler 210 and one hundred others by George Vilkes dum Lady Frank by Mambriuo StariS1- rira ou is a very handsome individual of 3 ne conformation size and style with extreme action and speed lila sire Bird is one of the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds ou Is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over i0 standard performers including Locunda 22 Susie J 2OiJ4 Jay McCJregor 207 mule Klnnlian 20754 mill many other 2 10 pe form while rarngons dam Ouelda 217 is the Krand dam of Grace Hotid 2Wi tie greatest racing 3yearold tie trotting turf has ever seen and hisseeouddHin Ijidy Ham Is tIe dam of Hawthorne 2f6J Kd Winter 2124 etc You from the above that Paragon is one of the best Ired horses living ami there Is no roason why he should not become one of Jay liirds greatest sons His record is uo measure of his speed lie could trot III or letter Shout son fall to get a trotter he is a horse of such line conformation size action style citfinish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high actiiiK road till carriage horses which cannot e produced fat enough to supply the demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder Ills colts are all gent undiviiliiiils and show wondeiiul speed and action Ho the season oZ Xr at my tIle three miles North of Buckeye and Lancaster pike atonly Fifteen Dollars to insure a living colt A lein retained on colt to secure service fee Son on due if mar N partid with or bred to outer stock Care taken to prevent accidents lint not responsible should any occur Telephone at residence No 1S7 U Lancaster Exchange FOREST STAPP Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION tCfirnelian No 3i362 good i Imo i h lam I ir W Jay will 15 lltikyt Ja lStt itt Cia in- S ruiclua bi ril irs ace its it tar cot ciii mike I Neatwood JrCoal Black Stallion son of Tf ul vcod full 1J hands high heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage NEAT WOOD J will make the season of lOGO at my farm 2 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at the low price of 8 to Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on colt for service ftc Care taken to pievent accidents lilt not willIe should occur Xeatwood Jr is thu greatest living sire out of tile dam of Maud S of the oval track Money due when mare U parted with He hIs proven himstlfto be a NKATVOOI Jr Sire of Roywood 2 Neat Bud 2ti by Nutwood 21SJi lit dam dam of Ocahi 22 of Hilda dam of Cnyler Coast 2 it1 IIarpetli22I Ilngnr 22A Uurst Knnge trial 220 of Li irncis dam of Enrlght 218 Gracewood 217 Liuwood 2 of Dainty dam of Crayon 2211 Iud grand dam of Waif 22fi by Itlackwood 7i 2d dam Norman 25 3d item by Smiths Highlander Itli by Goods Arab I will alto stand 2 J ks at 410ro each These Jacks are II hands high with large bone and Wm LEARLancaster Ky Will make the season of K06 on my farm one mile South of on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt one month old A Ifcu retained until season lIonel Is patti Money due when the mare istraded nr bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents hut not responsible should any occur Chester 8 old 16 high H dark chestnut sorrel lie is thehighest of finish plenty of courage butperfectly kind natural and harness a in from possessing that wonder fill style characteristic the Chesterdare film which the world as superiorto nil as a show horse Chester has proven himself u No 1 breeder his colts buyers for good prices them selling 3UOWl to 50lifO Jcdlgreesired No 10 N s H K he by Black Squirrel VS ho by Klack 74 lie King C he by Washington Hcdgeford Chester Squirrels dam by Telegraph and Hippy by Chief and Vermont as the Colliersaddle mare considered all to be one of thugreatest brood mares In Kentucky Finejack- At tbo same time and place I will stand my bigyoung Jack JOHN at 8 for horse mule f10 for mare mule or 10 forJennet John Morgan Jr sired by Johnhe by and is out of an imported Joint Morgan Jr out of Blackburn he 3rd Prlnre he 2nd Princehe by Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie sheb Irvin Dixie by dam Nellieby Lord by ImporterHe is 15U hands high solid black whitepoints He hns himself a Nol breeder for 10000 to 110 from theteat last fall T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky I re Ionllil o I J b weanIng Chester Squirrel B lckeye ellrhlllHl n Ih Iurrd I n eli Chester llre hey t fIJfORGJNJr was b rd dnm t ctre ug iiv Gay I