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SEVEXTEEXin YEAJl LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 27 1906 THE CENTRAL RECORD NUBBBl i A rfLWtI 2HCRSEI Iorl1 TIrE 1 nllDl1QI Plants 3 in a Hill I every time I SOLD BY I r I I ON1I IiII See our I horse Corn Planters 9Mf4dIIM 1 R L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law over Pollee Court room IIrcmlt ntttmtiou to buslncS3 a C CHRIS FARIS r ii r t c- E s aE S 1USL Office i 1c l6 Dentist Office over store Danville st Jaz3 P t Tbompons- m Local Gossip Poor Kin at Court House Friday evening Tickets on sale at Stormes for Friday night Go to the reception either in after noon or evening Refreshments music Hear DrT T Eaton in his humorous Lecture at the court house Event ng Apri27 Mr Henry Kuhlman has bought Petty place on Crab Orchard for 812f and moved his family town He is a sulendid citizen who will bentit to the town The C W H M will give a reception at home of Mr and Mrs J R Mounts Tuesday May 1st fur benefit of Moun tain schools All are most cordially invited Hours 3 to U in afternoon and S in evenig Silver offering All members of the Lancaster Presbyterian church are earnestly re quested to attend a congregational meeting to be held in the church on Sunday 29th at 1030 oclock for the purpose of culling Pastor if the way clearDr Elton of Louisville Editor of Western Recorder and Pastor of Walnut street church will deliver his lecture on Poor kin at Court House Friday Come and hear the man who cansay more in a give length of time than any other inan in the South and Friday 2t the street to one Drug- Store hoof All parties indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be closed up without delay Please attend to this immediately 1 I I I ti- i I I I Jio000ooooot oo4ooooeoeoooeoeunoo Ii fief In The Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile 0I have just returned from Ithe with another stock of I Spring and Summer I Dry Goods Notions Etc I This stock is fresh new embracing all the latest crea tioWJ Spring and Sum mer of 190G I We have no oM stock to work oft on the people but supply you with the NEWEST AND BEST I at the very lowest prices Call and see our pre ty goods The I Habit Mr0 markets immense and for the r a f f tileJoseph Mercan fit COMPANY r jT 1- fl Clean up your premises The grass promises to be tine The hemp crop is outs Garrard always ranks at the head of the list on this prpduct The farmers are considerably behind with their work so a small crowd came in to county court Monday A quarters worth of lime a white wash brush and a little labor will add greatly to your premises Try it Work on the Lancaster fair has com enced in earnest and the best and most enjoyable exhibition m years can be expected Wanted Some one with sand e nough in his craw to get up a hotel company There are plenty of such men here but they will not get busy Wake up gentlemen and be of some benefit to your community Another Blaze The fire company was called out on Monday on account of a lire at Frank Lackeys store ill Logantown The roof was in flames but it was quickly extinguished Sam Jennings was brought before Judge Ford Tuesday for examination for killing Mace Miller several weeks ago At conclusion of the Common wealths side the defense offered no proof and he was remanded to jail without bail to await action of the August grand jury Ed Hopper Safe Lancaster relatives received a tele gram from Mr Ed Hopper Friday say ing that he and daughter Miss Mellie were not injured by the California earthquake as they were not in San Francisco at tne of the disaster White and bars Bet tie Smith have a brother who resided in the stricken city but he was not injured Fine Horse Show The show of stallions Monday was the largest and best sees in Lancas ter in many years They were all good ones and the show was enjoyed by a large crowd The demand for good horses was neverso great as it is today and owners are putting forth every effort to raise better ones The plug i not worth raising and a man is wast ing time fooling with inferior stock Read The Records list of advertise ments if you want to ktow where to find the best horses Oratorical Contest The Lancaster Lyceum Company will give a gold watchvalued at 50 to the best oration delivered by a young man between ages of 14 and 21 Lancaster will be allowed two Bryantsville one Buckeye one Paint Lick one and each adjoin lug county oue Contest will be on Thursday May 31st and each speech must be original The object is to encourage the boys in developing their oratorical inclina Lions Competent judges will award the prize Mail or give names of contestants to M D Hughes Secty at once tf Who Has The Enterprise Interest in building a new hotel has died out considerably but we are of opinion that there are enough men f means in Lancaster blessed witht cough enterprise and pride who will together and build a house which reflect a credit to the town If omeof the closelisted monied people know how our town is ridiculed strangers we believe they would put a little of their cash into Lancaster enterprises instead of running off af ter every gold brick scheme starngers bring along We believe we have men who have enough pride who have sense enough to know that a good hotel will enhance the value of their property and who are liberal e cough to get together and build the hotel But the trouble is in getting someone to take bold and push the matter It takes some one who has money to talk it up as we poor roosters arelooked upon as knownothings and are not as much as a pleasant This is a sad state of case but the truth nevertheless If some man set of men will get together and form a plan we are work on a first class hotel can be commenced at the same time the bank building is com menced but if everybody and does nothing Lancaster will al ways stand out as the laughing stock for travelers who visit our little town The new bank has bought the lot but as that institution is composes of who want to build up the town we are satisfied that substantial assistance can be secured from them Now lets see who will take hold of this portant matter whowill show that be has some enterprise who is of some benefit to the community and any man or men who will bring this to a successful end will be called blessed by every rightthinkihg man woman and child in Lancaster Best Richest and Cheapest When you order a floral design as a matter of course you want it to be correct in makeup in style and adapt ability If you will give me your order it will be sent to the Florist of Lexington who has the reputation fur giving the best satisfaction and most and reasonable prices I will appreciate your order and take great pains to please you ArthurJoseph at Josepn Mercantile Gos store tf about broken Mrs F J I toe get will could by lJok orE satisfied sitsaround men I a terrible time Contestants enough given all lm Bell t A HORRIBLE MURDER Policeman George Pollard Shot Tc Death While Performing His Duty A nothcr Blot Upon Our Citys Again we are called upon murder committed in poor old Lancaster this time an ofllcer of the law having been murdered in cold blood while performing his duty Mon day George Pollard arrested William Ilumbcr a white man for violating the local option law Ilumbcr having heard the talk done by the whiskey element to the effect that t he otllcers were overstepping their au thority and other stuff being done for the purpose of antagonizing the officers and lawabiding people resisted arrest and Hsed abusive language to Pollard Pollard proceeded with his work when Humber made a move as if to draw a pistol when the otlicer very properly hammered over the head with his stick JIumber was taken to the police court room and gave bond lIe immediately returned to that hell hole of crime Battle Row and opened lire on Pollard as soon as lie saw him Pollard fell mortally wounded Howev ertheollicer pulled his pistol and llred at Ilumber one shot striking him in the The ollicer was carried to Dr Actons olllce where he died in a few minutes II umber was placed in jail lIe is badly hurt but will get well With the of affairs ex Isting III Lancaster it is ditlicult to know just what to say The writer liaslived here all his life and we have never known such an utter disregard for laws as exists today There is no use whipping the devil aroundthe stump in explaining why it is thus Every man witha thimbleful of brains the trouble Is brought by the element who want whisky sold and who will do anything no matter how disreputable to antagonize the officers and violate the laws Itis no uncommon occur rence on the street to hear men ridi cule the efforts of the ollicers to say openly that they propose to bring whiskey into Lancaster whenever they they choose that the ollicers have no right to stop it and such remarks which spur and law breakers This fact which cannot be disputed and the murder on Mon day is the direct result of efforts of certain people to continue the opera tion of the blind tigers in Lancaster There is no use in wasting words as to what ought to be done Everybody knows what should be done We believe in law and order acd do not counte nance or uphold mob violence but if matters continue longer in this way the people will be forced to take the law in their own hands and hang some bloodthirsty to the trees in the little park in center of the Public Square Today human life in Lancas ter is cheap as dirt Any culprit can shoot down his man and if he can enough money there will be some hook or crook by whicH he will escape punishment How long are the busi ness men the lawabiding citizens especially thechurch members going to permit this How can any sincere Christian fold his hands and refuse to avenge the taking of human life right under his nose Policemen Pollard enforced the law and would soon have had the tiger people rooted out The whiskey people knew this and as stated in last issue of this paper they were driven to desperate meth Humber doubtless heard of the talk done by people who were determined to annoy the otticeis he knew how many men had committed crime and permitted to go free and natural consequence believed he could take the life of the policeman escape in the uu il We have never known the citizens of Lancaster to be so worked up over a crime and we believe they will now take a hand in upholding tne itlicers and we will add than the feeling has reached the point where they will procure a rope and do some hanging unless a change is brought about and the laws are enforced and criminals punishedPoliceman Pollard was a sober in dustrious man and leaves a wife and little children Citizens have made up six or eight hundred dollars for them aud are doing everything in their power for their comfort He was buried Wednesday afternoon the busi ness houses closing and almost every body in town attended the services Destructive Fire On Friday David Thompson had a valuable barn to burn on his farm about two miles from town entire contents were burned consis ting of 400 barrels of corn a buggy farming implements and various other articles entailing a loss to him of about 92500 with only 1000 insurance three pairs of mules and a horse a 1 belonging to other parties There was insurance on the stock Married in Richmond Dr J G Bosley who recently located in Lancaster was married in Rich mond Monday to Miss Flora Bright of that city They returned to and have taken rooms at the Mason Hotel The bride is one of Richmonds most popular and young ladies while the groom physician of ability and a gentlemen of culture and many sterling qualities and liars many friends in our city The Record congratulations and J i welcome to our community Name to chI onlcle body Humber breast horrible state nows In erc urage isa murde ers and lids much and night extends hearty Policeman secure Beazey as- a wry Lancaster attractive lea w t ar5 Our Spring lines of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods is now complete now ready and will take pleasure in showing you through our Summer stock We have the swellest line of ever displayed in Lancaster High grade merchandise at low prices We have all the latest novelties in clobliinj all the latest novelties in Ladies and Gents tine footwear all the latest novelties in hats all the latest novel ties in furnishing goods We are bettor prepared in every department this season then we have ever been and if you will only give us a liite of your time wo will convince you that we can dress you better and cheaper than anybody in Central Kentucky We are going to start the han to rolling this season with some of the greatest values ever offered to the people of Lancaster Will start in our furnishing goods department all of our Mens shirts worth 1 00 1 25 and 1 50 you can buy for 83c CASH handle none but the very best brands of shirts The Cluett The Monarch The Ferguson Tlc Kinney Shirt There are no better shirts made than the above named if there was we would most assuredly have them in our toCK We can show you a line of patterns representing the very newest shades See our shirt win dow We positively have the best in the world you win agree with us when you sec it ftisok Wear Well I Should Say Our stock is simply immense Men of taste will Ve pleased with our display of new Spring Neckwear the styles arc various and numerous choice selec Lion of silks in new fancies that are the rage of the hour we take great pride in our neckwear department Swell dressers always come here for late ideas and they always find 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 four ply linen collars worth 15c each you can buy them for 9c each for cash we have the goods this season and above all we have the prices andwe are going to do the business SEE IF WE DONT U a J g Jfft R6adg for pring Vcare hoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Ve beautiful 50cshirt u IL T LOGANt CiothingSr e LARGE CITIZENS The court room was tilled with cit izens Tuesday night who the purpose of raising funds for the relief ofPoliceman George Pollard who was killed while enforcing the law in Lancaster Mayor Jno M Dun can stated the object of tile meeting and Bro Tinder presided After sev eral songs and prayer Bro Ellis were made by Attorneys Wil liHins Robinson Hamilton Bro Ellis and others and a collection of about SlOO taken The subscrip tions ranged from ten to tifty dollars and were given with a will which showed the intense feeling over the crime and the deep sympathy felt for the widow and seven children Other money has been contributed and the aggregate will make a neat sum for the family Sues for Damages Danville Harding Puryer this city tiled yesterday in the Mercer Circuit Court a suit for 20000 damages against the Southern Railway for alleged personal injuries to W Leslie Herndon who it will be remembered was running as mail clerk on the ill fated train that went tluoug a bridge between Lexington and Versailcs several months ago and was very badly mashed Herndon is a son of a wellknown Lancaster lawyer Captain Wm Herndon Good Advice According to the Cadiz Record if the town had as much enterprise as it has money in a short time we would have the nicest little town in the State Then the paper suggests that all foreign store catalogues be thrown aside and home merchants patronized Please Read This Last Saturday this office mailed statements to every subscriber who is in arrears to The Record Ths not represents but consider able cash out lay If you received one of the statements please remember it was sent because we need the money is justly due us Please attend to the matter and thus show that you area man whose word Is as good as his bond Girlish Fear The other day we overheard a con veisatlon between one of Lancasters pnpul iryt u ig girls and an elderly gen tieman upon the subject of what they most fearad The getleman waS afraid of tigers bears and free to con fe shis cowardice in ways Now my little Miss pray what do you fear querried tne gentleman Oh pshaw she replied with a toss of her pretty head Im of anything but swages men and fishing worms V MEETINGOF assembled- for U t iad- dresses I II I I NewsAttorneys 11 i I I I only muchwork which nit Tend ison C eel many afraid 1 ite We have a very large stock of lace curtains con taining any price and quality that you may wish Come in at once and pick un the good values in this We are also going to make a special sale of our exten sive line of Rugs This the time of year that you need them Come and see what we have to offer you I Dont forget to ask for Premium Stamps Logan Dry Goods fL frtJ Fj m i 151 m iSm I COMPANYI Ao J itf i l1Ul l3 0 1LkCEe- la 0 6 J i lino 1 r- VE3 i l i1 THEE I tt BUGGIES Fine car load to select from finest line ever in Lancaster One 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 FJLOUJR Ballard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrels Prompt service Telephone 26 HUDSON EASTER BUGGIES J2 IIn v lfJflq1 X 1 irjJjJ JfjiffilrgJlfYLJljiijJfJllf jjitliffJld I I I YJ I JflfJJllJYfJW jljJX 1tJlfJlljj rf l lJf Y JliJittJlUilflJillfl i Al lJA tJJiU I I I I I IBANKS ttrMV V1MW t tQ Dui Q 0 lUT 1 Buggy Harness Buggy Dusters Buggy Whips MOUNT fe IHJLKIIV E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I II II We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking yo- accommodation I6oooOQ SURPLUS 600000 M COY R L R G GUYN J 8 WOODS ARNOLD BURROWS WOODS I CAPITAL DIPJCOrORB JJ B E L W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Insurance LEWIS Y President JJ WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fco o SURPLUS io B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold II Casuality I LEAVELL JI White Leghorns Exclusively Do you want eggs If so get a start of White Leghorns The grearest lav ers yet Mine have bred for heavey laying for 12 years Eggs 15 for 50 cents 35 for 8100 100 and over 2 cents each Walton Moss I also sell the incubator the best made Phone 184F Imay Lancaster Ky Sure Hatch WmHerndon G B tlwinebroad Herndon Swrnebroad at Law Lancaster Kentucky lice over s ore u 0 Attorneys Stormes drug l U NTRAL RECDROh- iiued tYeeMt One Dollar per J ear LOUIS LANDRAM j Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster JCyat SecondClass Stall Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky April 27 1906 The Northern Indiana Presbytery has decided to cut the word hell out of the creed and substitute de struction While we are possibly a poor judge in such matters yet it seems that there is entirely too much of the final resting or roasting place of the wicked and if these modern preachers dont quit it the world will continue its milea minute gait to that winter resort The world was much better back in the good old days when the preacher beat dust out of the pulpit and thundered Ilelltire every few minutes to holy writ there will be weeping wailingaud gnashing of teeth and the people should be told the truth iir stead of given consolation in the shape of soothing names for the place pre sided over by the devil and his angels Rockefeller contributed 8100000 to California sufferers and a great bub is raised about the gift The poor man who subscribes ten dollars is en titled to far more praise as he has worked for his money and must de prlve himself of necessities to make the donation Rockefellers gift was done for show and moreover his cash was not earned by the sweat of hit brow and all this newspaper talk a bout his liberality gives us a severe pain In the first place no one is en titled to praise for performing the Juty of assisting the sufferers but if any is to be heaped let it be upon the poor man who gives his hardearned quarter or dollar in the proper spirit Gov Beckham has appointed Hon Henry Lawrence of the Cadiz Record a ij utant general of theKentucky State Guard and his are very proud of the selection If the editor of this paper possessed the power ol Bro Lawrence we would muster the entire guard and make an attack upon Iclirquent subscribers The Kentucky Press Association will spend the week of July 23 at Grayson springs The committee met at Louis elite Saturday and made this decision or which all those who want to see results will be duly thankful It is possible that a side trip to the Cave will be taken The out look for big crops plenty of fruit and general prosperity is very en couraging this Spring There is an old jroverb that is worth presenting jusl low He that will not when he shall not when he will So get A Wisconsin man committed suicide f om worrying over the advent of trip ets in his family It seems that tut lid man would have been kept so bus facing the lloor at night as not to find ime to worry The assets of the Universiy of Chic ago are 181144GO and a champion team Were the institution made to pay damages for all the good rail splitting material it has spoiled it couldnt stop a cracker wagon Nut all lawyers are as bad as general ly pictured For instance an inmate ol the Nebraska penetentiary won a priz of on a guessing contest and Ills lawyer charged him only half this amount for it The prompt and liberal manner in which our people contributed to the unfortunate sufferers of San Francis is only another proof that Americans are tbebiggesthearted people the canopy of heaven Father Burnett of WilkesbarrePa thinks that no courtship should last over six months lIe should make a year A girl ought to try out a man in both the picnic and theater season Someone has truthfully said that the only school in which the teachers art paid goodly sums is the school of expe rienceUncle Sam came to the rescue of the San Francisco sufferers by going into his and contributing one million dollars Devils Island Torture is no worse than the case of Piles thai afflicted me 10 years Then I was 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 2ac at R E McRoberts drug gist 1m If bachelors should be taxed then I bigamists should receive pensions 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 ago I bad severe hemorrhages of tbr lungs and was near death when I taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I re mained well every since It cure Hemorhages Cnronic Coughs Settle Colds and Bronchitis and Is the known cure for Weak Lungs Ever bottle guaranteed by B E HcRobertP Druggist 5Dc and 8100 Trial 1m Accord- Ing hub t t r brothereditors l i t Mammoth i I I mar- Ie usy football I I 5000 collecting t I I advised a yean began onl bottler e f h 1 mud ijeans have r 1 e3 3 r PBjfgQNALS was in Lexington the past week MrsSallle Lawson has returned from Martinsville Ind Miss Jennie Lackey vitited relatives in Paris this week Mr A M Sheely left this week for his home in Chicago Mr J C James of Harrodsburg was a visitor here Monday Mrs A H Rice has gone to Danville for a visit to relatives Miss Margaret Tolinson is visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs lke Hamilton is visiting her daughter in Bvena Vista Joe Burnside spent Sunday with his mother Mrs R A Burnside R E Henry of Edorada Ark Is visiting Lancaster relatives Mrs G C Faris is visiting relatives in Kirksville and Richmond Dr McNees left Tuesday for a visit to his mother in Bowling Green Ky Miss Ida Ramsey Huntington W Va was the guest of Mrs D D Geiger Mrs Pattie Gill and Master Joseph Rogers have returned from Cincinnati Messrs Bud James and Abe Cole man of Harrodsburg were here Mon day Miss Virginia Goodloe is handsome entertaining the Embroidery Club today Miss Jennie Burnside of Bryants ville has been visiting Miss Lena Rigney Mr Will Goodloe of Paris was with Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Saturday and Sunday Mrs J B Jennings and Miss Annie Francis were shonping in Danville Saturday Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton has been visiting Misses Margaret and Juan Mount Miss Louella Arnold has returned home after an extended visit to her sister in Paint Lick Misses Stella Mamie and Lula McWhorter of Paint Lick were vis itors here last week Mrs J B Sanders and little daughter Mary have returned from a visit to Richmond relatives Somerset Mountaineer Mr Jesse Fox of Lancaster was in this city Monday on business Mrs Herbert Price of Danville has been visiting her grand parents Mr D M Lackey and wife Pearl Bettis and Louis accompanied a merry crowd to Crab Orchard last week Messrs M Rothwell and David Ross have returned from Martalnsvillelnd much improved in health Miss Nell Johnston a charming hostess to the B B Club Saturday after noon at a Spinster meeting Mr Jacob Joseph has returned from Cincinnati and a visit to his son Adolph who has a position Chicago Messers A R Denney R L David son and Dr G C Faris left Monday to spend two weeks at French Lick Springs Ind Mr Sam Walter of Frankfort spent Sunday with his parents in tIllS city He is a prescriptionist In Gayles in Frankfort Miss Julia Reid who has been spend log several months in Middlesborough with her brother Rev C M Reid is again in Lancaster Mr Louis Fox of Eaton 0 has been visiting his sister Mrs Jacob Joseph Mr Fox is a splendid gentleman and made many friends during his stay in our little city Mr J L Ray a Garrard county boy who has been traveling in the West for the past few years has returned and engaged with the Logan Dry Goods Co where he will be glad to greet old friends James Walker and family of Kirks vlle R L Walker of Nicbolasville Mr and MM Jas Burnside of Bryants ville Mr and Mrs Cotton of Danville of Richmond attended the birthday dinner of their mother Walker Saturday Interior Journal Misses Same and Mattie Elkin of Lancaster were here yesterday with Mr and Mrs H J Mc Roberts Messers Fleece Herring Marksbury and Joe Aldrich of Lan caster spent Sunday with Mr A D Aldridge and family Mrs Juliet Rogers whose injury in Cincinnati was reported in last issue of The Record is at a prIvate hospital there suffering intense pain from a brok err ankle received by falling from a casts at the Emery Hotel She was to close a transom whip the chair turned throwing her to the floor She is receiving the best attention to be had in Cincinnati and her legion of friends will be delighted to learn that the physicians believe no permanent injury will result though it will be before she can be moved home A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who nas found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for ceeping the Stomach Liver and Bow ills In perfect order Youll a ree vith her if you try these painless pu ifiers that infuse Gnaran eed by B E McRoberts druggist Price 1m vMr Ross Bastin Miss Burnsides was drugstore Sirs Tevis severalweeks 25c 0 M- Ann attempting new life E r0 t = IMBQRTANT MEETING Tiere will he very important meeting of oitieeusat Uic Court House Saturday night for the purpose of further steps toward providing for the widow and children of Policeman Pollard There will be somegood sing lug several addressess by the min inters lawyers and others While a goodly sum has already been subscrib ed yet it is necessary to raise more the little home of the widow has a mortage on it for 800 and it is the intention of the people to not only pay this but make all provisions for the comfort of Mrs Pollard who by the eldest about nlnteen years of age The following sums have been contributed and the names of other contributors will be read at the meeting Saturday night That there may be no conflict with the services at Baptist church the meeting will not be called to order until 8 oclock J I Hamilton f0 00 Ranks Hudson 5000w n MOSS si oo J ERobinsoii 2300 KHlJntson 25 00 SCDonny 2500 Kinualrcl Y 00 JAII Ilastin l 00 llaselckn Bro 10 00 JlendrieUson 1000 TAEIklu 10CO 1000JJJ JO 00 It F Htulsoa 10 00I WI Williams 500 David Ross iOO T It Robinson 500 J C Kobliison 5 00 J M Duncan 5 00 Mrs JI Hamilton 5 00I JE Munnix 5 00 J WElmorc Ji CO Win Burnett 500C D Iowell Co f 5 00 Ctirrey Ilcrndou 5 00 500Jr 00AlexH 5 00 5 CO 5 CO Logan 5 CO I V 500 JA Com 5 00 Louis Landram 500 MF tout JWSweeney PM Tinder 5 00 Louis Itnmside 2 0 250- CW Wwt Kn a tak- Ing moneyas consumption J B Wlllk r B Northcutt A J 1 Acton T SFihin bOO II T 00 bOO J C J D Ford Lcryt ell 5 Moss Jim iicra It liiilqnvpp j W I MMson H M Ballou Erie Farm JM Slier S Carrier Jesse Wearen JDGulley N Miller J w Simpson J W Smith Geo Smith Jr JV iiuone Mrs UD Simpson J L Smith Jesse Arnold Will Moss Logan Smith R L Cox Sues N Henry II Duncan C Baierlin Every thing brought splendid prices at the sale of Mr Kuhlman last Wed nesday as the following receipts will show Shoats 500 per head yearling calves 10 to 22 cows 20 to 35 horses to 114 corn 250 In the crib Mr Kuhlman has located in Lancaster The most contemptible cuss on earth is the man who comes into a town wit h scarcely enough clothes to cover his trifling hidegets little start then says he cannot find anything good enough for him Its only further proof of the truthfulness of the old saying that if you take up a poor dog and feed him he will invariably turn round and bite you Ryan Commandery of which Lafi caster Knights Templar are members have engaged Storms millitary band to accompany them to the to be held In Paris next residence has been rented and the members will give a reception and en certain at all times in a lavish Eld Gowen Resigns The Nashville Banner says Bid Gen Gowen formerly paster of the Lancas ter Christian church has resigned as pastor of the church in that city on account of failing health lIe has been suffering from nervous prostration which made it necessary to take a long and muchneeded rest He is now at his old home in Flat Lick Tenn For Sale oak marble top side board marble top side board marble top table 3 pieces parlor funiture Carpets Nearly all as good as I Jno E Stormes 10I r t i I 2 to 100 100 100 100 I 100 Joe Nerhts 1 GO 100 100 1 CO 100 1 W tm Manner ne-wt r 1 0 1 00 W 100 100 1 00 1 to 1 WIiI Conclave J C ROBINSONSuccessor to Hamilton Dunlap DEALER IN I Carpets matting Windnw Glass Window Shades Picture I Framing Sewing Machines Etc appreciate the patronage of the public Frices alhvays I right f J B COLLIER Salesman The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY Pr fittest JOHN B STORM ES Vice C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes S C Denney The approach of Spring suggests I House Painting f OUR LINE this year IS THE BEST Ig GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING fgII Stormes Drug Store f Lime and Cement The New Barrel House FOR Pure Anderson Gounty Whiskey AISO Fine Wines Brandies Gins Etc Both phones 291 Main St next to Spears Lyons stable J H TRAYNOR Co Nicholasville j I i J y I I Vill Po Z493 Pres- S mJ m I I 1J mifililll1ifiii I 1 J J a till x 111118f f door lk j C t WparpnCOOU Insurance Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Ligbtiiing and Tornado None but the strongest and best Companies rep Kentucky Gainer SPRING SUMMER The showings of fVliliin rJ leave nothing to be wished for Quantities of flowers A good showing of Ostrlch 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 Quills S of Ribbon in Satins Taffetas and Velvet Hats in plainer fabrics fChips Leghurns Hair etc I- ColorsYieiix Rose I Violets Reds Greens er Browns etc X We extend a cordial s tion to everyone to call and jexamine the stock Ada H Kinnaird Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street PIIONK ISO A Most Cordial INVITATION is extended the Ladies to call and see our Stilish have the most Beauti ful Creations the Prettiest Patterns the most Still Trimiiiiflis We will appriciate a call Miss Bottle Broaddus Experience Millinery Business sW has taught us what to se slect to suit the people We igjfe Jiaye always strived to J please the people and have a better selection this Spring than ever before W SS- S1LLIE D TIILET TlwMSCflYERER Klynu imstntAt juf few with KWnqr UVERaJ BHEUMATIJH wu rued with in 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CORE Sold to Dnufdisls Iso sow by F P FRISBIE Druggist I Agent Ine t possibleLancaster r lI St llish i i I I I I x I edale Leath I 111 vita L I OOC OQ I I 21 Handsome I Ve I I I YflUfji YljJfiJjfJ JOUR Wide in the thinkwe JlJJJlJJj X t IBelt Fire 1Old r Ooooovo0000000oPP0D0o000oooPPO- r a Plenty 00000000000000000oooowcac o finer 0 U Q e r- Denn Ss Sfo Cotumbas Os one FINE CARRIAGES BUGGIES PHAETONS Wagons Dealer in all kinds of Vehicles Trimming Repairing and painting done on I n t Road ExclusivelyF i5 short notice Give me a call LUE FRONT WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dry Goods Shoes Carpets Matting1 Etc Mens Boys and Childrens Tailor Made Clothing Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods ReadyMadeSkirts We handle nothing but UpToDate Goods j 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 f money we buy all of our goods from the best and biggest Eastern markets and in big quantities we buy f for cash and sell for cash or trade for produce The Working Mans Friend on Prop Lancaster Kentucky ij ill The STORE II I I I I I i I I 11 I IIIEIIII IIi 11i v V iI r I 1 t L iII 1 t S o Mb11 Wi JWWWWW W All persons in debted to me for will please settle Miss Lena Bright before the middle of May as all outstanding account w ill beplaced with an attorney for collection at that time Mrs Fannie tear tt hatr j i I f Nth 1 i un l aJ tlIEL BBANn The Wisdom The Sheld brand of Clothing the Stetson Hat the the W L Douglas the Quality for sale at the BlueFront at 25 per cent less than the regular price H Patterson Wholesale and Be tall Lancaster Kentucky Walkover shoe T Thanks For Past Favors R M ArnoldDanville Kentucky TVlZI 7 SHIELD BRAND WiLL gs MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS The most economical to buy because they are batter made more perfectly than o th ar suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R H BATSON LANCASTER andfit The Best Flour I have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand arid can make a price that will Intrest you Everybody knows or has heard the many ex ceiling qualities of this Flour I have I ilia barrels Frank BMarksbury F BUILDER OF r PAINTING Runabouts Buggies Phaetons Surries 800 1000 1200 1 4 and np I I I AM DanVi 16 Kgof Il 7H mlR ft 1 I Arnold t FOR CONGRESS- We arc authorized to JUDG JOHN W HUGH ES of Mercer county as a ca diduto to represent Kigbtb Con resalona District of Kentucky in Ccgnreas to sncc e Hori Qq to the actlqn of tb i iti announce the putt w S BKYAKTSYILLE Brooks of Lexington has been visiting here Miss Katie Patton is at home after a v sit to friends in Georgia- M r 0 T Jenkins of Georgetown has been spending a few days here Quite a number from here are in Lexington attending the races Mrs B PSwope entertained a mini oer of her friends at dinner Sunday Mr Tom Chesnut of Lexington has j been spending several days at home j Mrs Decker and Mrs J W Bry Mrs Alia Armstrong and children- of Louisville are with Mrs Fletcher Ison Mrs Josephine Boner bought the Armstrong property Monday The price paid was SI 200 Mrs T B Floyd and baby of Dai yule spent last week with Mr and Mrs Chalmers Gallaherof Memphis Tenn is expected this week her father Mr C M Jenkins F T Burke and wife of Junction City spent the latter part of the week with his brother Mrs Logan Burke B Welch has returned visit to her daughter Mrs Sam Deatherage of Richmond Mrs John Upton who had her ankle broken about ten days ago was able to be moved home Saturday from D Durkamis where she had been for treatment iAlN1 LICK Little Jessie May Ilaimnack is quite sickDr Carmon bought a horse for which he paid Margaret Engleman is vis i t i n g Lucile Norris in Richmond VV S Fish and Dave Hervy were at home for a few days last week Mr and Mrs Hume Rucker of are the guests of Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Miss Jennie Higgins has returned from a visit to cousin John L Wallace of Louisville Messes Martha and Mary Spurlock of Berea were tne guests of Miss Sarah Ledford Saturday and Sunday Mrs Annie Adams has bought the groceries owned by Norman Thompson and has on hand a new line of groceries The exchange has been moved to her place of business The many friends of Guy W Rice were glad to learn that he had left San Francisco a day or so before the disaster and has laude at Washington His friends and family were very much distressed thinking him still in San Francisco Mr and Miss Shanks of Winchester who are stopping at the hotel here have the sympathy of the comunlti over loss of their little son Clay who died on the 21st April After funeral services by Rev Fryason le was laid to rest in Paint Lick Cemetry Coal Salt Corn ITay tin hand at all times I sell also market price for Corn Hay Bacon See me before you sell I will make it profitable to you Iyour business also your company whet in town 140 J A Jones tf Mr Fayette C C shoppin Mrs G T lligginbothan to Mrs Sallie home after a 150 her Seatl e the Notice and chew i r vii 4S Lexington stock of which and wane Phone r 3e t lI Phone 20 when you WANT Fruits I ljrfJlllil rJfi1jJl ljTfljrgJ Wf7J llflfiff9lfi1 Y0YiifdL0Jl I I D I Candies I the best grade of Fresh GROCERIESa When you want the best goods at lowest possible prices call at I Courteous attention to all b 0 DftVIDSON Buggy Painting REPAIRING We use the Best the market A full line of New Buggies etc on hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call Paint PaintN- ow is the time for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint The cost of applying a cheap paint is the 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 Paintine FRISBSES STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoiierts Drug Store l 1 If you buy ICS of L H MULLFINGER you can get a reduction by buying ice I tickets li We a full line of j Groceries and Vegetables and an uptodate line of Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds and our are the lowest f L H MULLFINCER O D A V IDS 0 N S I i10X JfJrJg1t2f I nlnrrnrr l1rnnrnrnrnrnrtrn I i E co E Eon is Bros 3 jnAUAUjUJUlUJUU U U4U lUUUlUUUU1UUUUUU Paint I I I I DRUGSTORE I u OO OOC OOOCOCOO I v IX i I t II I j r I prices I V j o 0 v ooooo oooooool Ili and-o r rJ m r-rr rf-Y JRubber J J P con g a fG9same INTERNATIONAL- s r 4ooooo1rr oooWoooooof rM r j- zcI WE area carry t L c c ro mmuD- g I A rAs- similating theroodandilegula ting the Promotes ness and RestContains neither OplUmMorphin nor NOT NARC OTIC I PznP omrB- ERizfl J BDtIt1kr Anite I Remedy for Conslipa ion Sour ea- Vorms ness and Loss OF SLEEP fac sinte Signuurc i STU RIA I Sr4 jnitflz OIbW4JW- aImsccd 1JIttit7 o- fEWYOfl1C EXACT COPYOF VIAPPER HAllKSlSUItY Mr Doolin sold a pair of three year old mules for 8230 C A Robinson bougt of Jonan Mar see a yoke of cattle for 100 II and wife are visist ing relatives at Miss Annie L Cccilof Danville is spending several weeks with her grand mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Mrs Vick Rice and little daughter Stella Rice haVe returned home after s fveral days visit to her grand parents Mr and Mrs T 1 Herring Mrs Miller and children of Nicho lasvilie are spending this week with her mother Mrs Smith Urton Mrjand Mrs Denham of Nicolasvlle have returned home after a very pleas ant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West A number from this place will hear the noted lecture on Poor Kin by T of Loiusville on the even lug of the 27th at the court house Mesdames Fannie Bryant and John Bryant attended the funeral of Mrs Austin atLancaster The Garrard county Sunday School convention will hold its Anual Session at Bryantsville Saturday May 10 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 Rein edv I tried it and after using two bottles I was completely cured This remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favor ite wherever its superior become known For sale by R E Mc Roberts the reliable druggest at Lan caster 1m PKEAUHEUSV1LLE Rev J C Carmichal of Mt Yernon was able to be here the 1st Sunday in the month to the delight of his many friendsRev W Simpson P E preached here lat Friday nglit Sutton and Sowder bought a nice mare in Rink ate county last week at a fancy price W B Ragan sold a pair of mules to Prank Thompson for 282 f0- Solom in C Rigsby sold a fancy filly 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 net take a tonic stimulant or appetizer to make you hungry 11 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 tlon and inflammation 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 Miona stomach tablets is sold for 50 cents by R E McRoberts and it is successful and reliable in curing indigestion and other stomach troubles with the ex ception of cancer of tbe stomach that he sells it a guarantee that the money will be refunded un less it does all that is claimed for it If you have any stomach weakness bere is an opportunity to be cured Without risking a cent yourself Mr N Lexington r F Iton II Burglar excelence has I I I under j r Bf ZL For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Sign ture f In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY HE YORK CITY 01 I Dr Acton for S191 J R Rodgers sold a young horse to James Kenedy for also a pair of mules to A J Thompson for 250 00 W II Brawn received fifty hogs last week which he had bought at If ct Clarence Leadford who was hit head at Junction City last and seriously hurt was raised here H is mother went to Texas a few Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable A happy home Is the most posession that is within reach of man kind cannot enjoy its if you are suffering from rheumatism You throwaside business cares you enter your home and you can relieved from those rheumatic also by applying Chamberlanis Balm One application will give relief and its contnued use for a time will bring about a cure For sale by RE McRoberts reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m FLATWOOD Wm Callett sold a hood mare 245 and bought a young mare Jas Caldron for 8750 Sylyanus Ward has moved to County to live Mr John Longworth and Mrs A C Baird are oo the sick list Mrs Joe Mules has goncs to Barbour ville for a few days Farmers are hustling in this gardening potato ptanting and hemp seems the All absorbing just now Miss Eva Meryman is teaching very successful select school at senool house Good Hope has the most nourishing Sunday school that has been there several years Miss Eva Meryman and Rigsby were guests of the M isses Corn ney Sunday INDIGESTIONS RECORD n j rt n l t 101 uJto but you I o lie Saturd wee valuat comfur wli pal Pa y shc permane t I fre lCn beau sowi tube Laws Char 7 I The best I can prescribe for madam is Greens Flower I know of several other phyr5 it regularly is making an awful record as a cause of It is beat lug heartfailure in its ghastly harvest You read in the pap ys of aprtar ently healthy and even robust with acute indigestion after enjoying a hearty meal many cases a physician could be called in should be a to who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of If unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a have fallen a to such sudden seizures QAugust Flower indigestion by creating good digestion regulates the blood and tones up the entire system in a natural T qtwo 250 and 750 All druggist i For by K E IRpRoberU fc rem Indigestion who prescribe men dyin you il1di beforer bci late KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr New Discovery 50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB LES or MONEY BACK FOR OUGHS anti OLDS I I I I a Business Hems c House Paint JIaselden Bros Hear Dr Elton Friday night at Court House All kinas of whitewash brushes at J Wards To save money on Harness see laselden Bros the coldest ice on market tf Tug Elkin If vou want time best drip coffee pot I made ask Currey Herndon tf There is but one Ruberoid Roofing We sell it Haselden Hros I sell ice tickets at reduced rates tf Elkin Dont miss hearing Poor kin I Friday night Button 3 for fO cents at the Photo car It See Pug lies the ice man tf I Mail Boxes at Mount Klkins Best seed potatoes Currey tr Save your money buy Neverwctt Rooting John Magee Best Line of freezers at Herndon tf Toilet Articles of every dtaription I at Frisbies Drugstore y Big soap deal still on at Currey Herndon tf How would you likn to be the Im it Pug Eikin tf Just recioved a car load of Buggies see us for prices Ilaselden Bros 3t A nice lot of two feet boards on hand now John Magee If you want the best coffee use Blunkes sold only by Currey Hem thou tf See my prices before yon your finishing lumber Doors Sash etc John Magee Now is the time to set White Leg horn eggs for next winter layers 3t Walton We have a Car of Spring Beauties the way of Buggies Ilaselden Bros This summer when you get warm call up Pug Elkin lies the ice man No 29 tf Fresh line of Blankes coffee just recieved Time best on earth Currey Herndon tf We have the newest the freshest best line of groceries in Currey Herndon tf Hear Dr T T Eaton in his humorous Lecture at tha court house Friday t April 27 Everything new in summer under wear including Gause and Silk cumeand see it20 Hemphill West Desiring to purchase a larger house I will sell my residence on Stanford street arid give possession at once Will gladly show time to any one wishing to purchase Will also sell a good milk cow Jacob Joseph tf See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Bring me your eggs I keep posted will always pay you as much or any one either in cash or XV H Ward Just Heceived New lot sewing machine and oil Thompson the Jeweler if Drug Store V Handsomest of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just 0 pened at Morrow tf Just Rlceived New lot of Best made Thompson the Jeweler ft The finest line of Perfumeever sluwn in Lancaster at Frisbie Drug Store Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and get it for feed Banks Hudson Take your prescriptions to F sUies Drug Store lIe uses very firmest drugs and chemicals ob tamable 2 2 tf We have purchased the handsomest Line of 10 to Iii cent glass ware ever brought to Lancaster Come and whether you buy or not W II Ward Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Ed C tlowers I ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Wanted About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass laud for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year to this office tf quare caps and nails included John Magee 2t The Baptist Ladies Aid Society has Dr T T Eaton of Louisville to deliver one of his popular lectures here evening April 27th His subject will Poor Kin tf Bros Shirts just received new styles and patterns if I have secured the services of Mr Jas T Fisher one of the best drug accurately prescriptions to u51 H Dunn the Lick druggist 2t s es s 1 Ill Hern- don Cur ey Iceman e Mossy in- S It s n sand n u e n For SaleIr n x y g merchandise n neee paIrs Instrumentstrin s crushed the see Time heading florlstls represented by youfrom BarkerBrandallthe 2t lIe hill West flllphysicians gi a I I have Sa i S too e- than t bul Gaines I Apply Bri ni as due s d r ai Potatoes 3t cj yar peck at Wards I Car load of Ell wood received Hasekluit urns Ward wants your produce Cash paid for eggs All kind of water melon HCid III Wards grocery It you want lirst class Photograph call at Parkinscar Three button pic lures 5tc Will be hero but u pliorb time Bring us your produce wo iiy moro than any one elw Currey 1 lerndon Cull up Pug Klkln at 2k he always has cold ice tf Pug Klklu WlndowglassllnhH Paint Putty Varnish and oilsit lowutib prices Frlsblcs Drug J l Foster of Stanford representing Sons Is paying live cents per pound for limit crop hump Can furnish sued without any strings Diinb fall to see our line of Neck Ties before they have been picked over Hemphill and West 2t For chapped hands Frisbies Almond Groom pos itively cure them tf Frisbics Store The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about one and one half acres with a good two story house containing 8 rooms also large garden barn and ham lot For particulars write or apply to C W or F P Frisbie Farm for Sale A good farm of 170 acres in one tract and 100 unimproved in another The 170 acre tract lays on Lexington pike well improved with plenty of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are well fenced For futh er particulars call on or address Herring Marksbury Ky For Rent forThis Year Three lots of grass land one of 2 acres lying next to pike plenty of water good fencing Another piece of 35 acres lying off the pike Also 12 acres the 3 acres which can be rented with it tf Ike M Myers Lancaster Ky Notice to Contractors Sealed Bids will be received bv J M Smith at the Bank of Bryantsville the completion of the grade and the rock on one mile of time Bry antsville and Buena Vista Turnpike beaming at Bryantsville All bids must be in by the 20th day of May 1100 Right reserved to reject any or all bids Bond will be required for cum pletion of work J II Basely Sety NINA Brother A J Pike filled his at Freedom church last Saturday and Sunday and preached one of the best sermons of his Sunday School is in running at Freedom For Gods sake everybody attend old and young A S Wheeler has gone to Livingson to visit his sister Mrs A S Ward Several from our town attended Court day at Lancaster last and all agree that the horse show a good one Charley Creecli has returned to Ba rea to attend school after sevsral at home sick Farmers are busy planting corn w T Watson sold to Henry Prewit nice gray mare for 125 Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the winter weather both my wife and my self coutracted severe colds speedily developed into the worst of la grippe with all its symptoms says Mr J S E leston 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 E McRoberts the reliable tr J Lancaster 1m CASTORFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought tBears the Signature of j c WitH 40 JHI iiuihmti 1S e wire rcneoJlIsl S reo face r Ii use It II Price 5 r For Sale adjoining putting May appointment order stopped J S lie ar lill ill S I 4t20 life- Time Monid Ia w dm sevt wlmi ki mlsera gist 1 I HOWES dpTRADEMA5 J GLASSEs SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund moneyjf 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 ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky tar sighted M u Ii a JW nfld Greens A MiiiilniMil fiiiiT Wuottfird county Is mourning i lie lo uf a farm mud which came about III a rather unexpected way During the winter Hist piHHil lliii regular canned stuffs liiivn IMiui on the farmers hoard every lillY tiny last week the good liousowlfo thought she would have a cliaiigo and accordingly sent the hired girl out to hind a fresh greens Tlliwa rc prepared in such a way as IK known only to Kentucky cooks and w r fmrvid up the table with a luscious lump of hog jowl which the cook thought good enough to melt in thu mouth When time family together with till hired man had assembled a round the hoard the fatal ly having returned thanks at once De gnu no serve the tempting jowl and greens Each member gladly received a liberal portion hut came Mr Farmhands time he declined with thanks Pressed fora reason for his re fusal which was incomprehensible t rest lie replied MrS if I were to eal some of that 1 could never look a hop in the face again without blushing If that is what you expect lo feed UK on just give me what you owe me ana I will move on to some place where hog jowl mind grass are not on the bill of fare With this he retired and all efforts to get him to remain were un availing Midway Clipper STONE Mrs Pattie Ramsey is improving Airs Irene Preston is reported better Mrs Bert Stone visited in Richmond last week Mrs M A Sanders visited lien sister Mrs Grow last week Linn Cobb bought a mule from Hiram Ray for 03 00 Mrs CS Sanders boguht of Lennev Ilardin a sow and for 20 Several from this place attended preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday Misses Maud and Lillian Mitchell visited their sister Mrs Norman Grow at Judson last week Mesdames Elisha Covington and Jno Roberts of Jessamine visited rel atives here last week Miss Peauhye Mae Sanders visited her sisters Mesdames Henry and Sam Duncan at Bourne last week t BEUNA VISTA Mrs Margaret Robinson is much worse at this writing Mr Tom Poor of Burgh spent Sun day with his brothers family J B Robinson was a visitor at Versailles part of last week Albert Skinner sold to II J Tomil son two young mules for about 200 Mrs Sarah Spoonamore is with her daughter Mrs John Johnston in Boyle countyMrs Scott and Mrs Bertha Christopher were in Saturday Mr Will Scott and children have returned from a brief visit to her parents In Mercer Mr Willard Davis of Amborse spent a few day of last week with the family of W T King John S Ison will attend the District Conference of the Southern Metho dist church at London this week Miss Maddelle King of Belleview College accompanied by her friend Miss Wilson spent Sunday and at Miss Kings home Mrs Jesse Hawkins and children of Mercer spent Sunday with the family of Will Green Mrs Mattie Green accompalned them home An interesting meeting of the Prohibition Alliance was held at Mt Olivet last Thursday afternoon Drs Jolly and McCorkle of Nicholasville were the speakers Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has atmosphere which makes 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 iousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jauudice Dyspepsia Dizzmesss Tor pid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses 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 e lie lie OliO mess uf of I when It pillS I Montgomery I I I Monday I Unequaled I I i I 0 Ill t lme head son Iill of m j CungnKMjnn Trimble has had inr bcrted In time Agricultural Bill which will be reported to the House next week a provision carrying an 01 8000 to defray expences of an expert to the burley tobacco district in Kentucky this summer He is to carryon extensive experiments in to bacco culture with the object in view eliminating thesucker from plants Th growth causes heavy losses to tobacco growers and time de partment believes tint with an ar proprration which will be authorized good results can be obtained Duke of Garrard lark nay eomliiied stallion li ladhigh 4 l m neitiil t II lie will the season of lUG at my stable ut Me rronry ut 8 to Insure a Living Colt Duke of Garrard by Duke of Itoyleby Duke of Denmark 1st Iam by Annie Hull by Wal lace Denmark ind dam Lady Messenger by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam Lady Morgan by old Stouewall Jackson Duke of Boyle first dam Jennie by Black Squirrel I will also at same place stand my bg black jack needier same terms ns Duke of Oiirranl Eight Dollars to Insure up and nil right Keeeher Morgan Is I year old 15 hands high by Itillie jack he by Old header out of Jen net by John Morsau he by Miirmaduke and is out of an Imp Jennet her dam by Joe Black hum by 1rlnce he by 2nd Prince he by tmp Irinco 1st dam Daisy by Dixie he by Irvine Dixie by KIckapoo ind dam Xellie liray by Lord Wellington trI dam by Jim Ior ter I will engage colts from ilrst cbrss brood mares at JToOO to 10000 A lieu retained on colt for season money When mare is trailei or parted with money Is due J W HILL McCreary Ky Highland Stock Farm I otter this season the service of BLACKi This combined harness and saddle will make the present season at be Highland Stock Farm Buckeye 10 to Insure a Living colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in thecouuty DESCKIITIOX ANt IEDIOICKE Blackburn Is 0 years old 16 hands high and solid black sired Senator lilackbnrn by Dillard Dudley by Julio Dillard by Indian Chief by Imiorled hlef the horses of their IShi kburns dam WHS by iraf Ionian by Administrator by llain Iiy Itronaughs lleiimirk Ulaeit Denmark by Imp Hertgeford Senator Klackburns dnm was by lieiitoiis Diomedeiiul ilain Craftouinns dam Delia by Millions topper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp dam of iraftui by Kavaiuiughs Grey Eagle 3rd dam by Masons dam by Jim Allen Senator Illnckburu took jireiniiims at Mays vllle Richmond lana Sharpsburg iermnii town lleattyvllle llustoiivllle Lexington Chicago and wherever he was lie w s tUe best combined stallion in the United States Ills colts took premiums wherever shown Many of his were never beaten One colt was sold for lSOO and Senator Black burn was sold for I5Oa nil he is living to day and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one of the individuals in the country He is an extra heavy bone with good feet and body with square hips and is a first class mule Jack Some of his colts sold last year for 75 lie is 0 years old and will make the season at the low price of 7 00 for living colt Grazing at 00 per month and care taken but will not be responsible for accident should any occur Lein re tained according to law Money due in all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or jack No business on Sunday Phone at residence No 187 Q A M MILES Buckeye Ky Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orcnard Concmerateil WatEr PRICE 50c R E McRoberts druggist has the ex cusive agency for this water in Lan caster Kentucky Whites C Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY Madison Dare 2162 Blood flay Stallion 153 hands high foaled In May lW2 weighs 1150 pounds by Chester Dare No 10 by lilack Squirrel Madisons 1st dam Nancy S he by On Time No 743 he by Jackson No 7i 2nd lint by Gills mont 101 rd dam by Reids Shylock 4lh dam by sou of Copper liottom KS Madison Dare has great style and action plenty of bone carries good tail and is a wel gutted saddle horse Madison Dare will servo approved mares at Ten Dollars to insure living colt Stable on McGrotyavo Win MACK HUGHES Danville Ky it appropriation tobacco u ycur Morgan living colt big rd Stallion at Was b ietoiiaii Cud inii hyoid tile colt 2 C IDGb er r I ears lay i line SESOfliif Stonewall NABOTH JRNabothJrls a rich red bay six years old and full 1C hands hlghwelghs 12i pounds and Is a horse of wonderful beauty having a long raugy neck and carrying a flue tail He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Naboth he has great speed lu harness and a greater racking horse can not be found In the State of Kentucky ihave been a dealer In fancy horses forten years furnishing them for all the markets in tha country ard I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise better ones As Is generally known there Is a scarcity of good horses and those suitable the Eastern mar ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would rIse Number one horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyoud nil doubt Is a horse that will produce that the market demands npd for which the public Is willing to pay high prices I purchased this great onng stallion at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr Yon will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Naboth Hambletonian 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wllkes George Wilkes Maubriuo Chjef Pilot Jr and Harry Clay PEDIGREE By Nabofh icon 219 He by Walslnghom 216C sire of latitude 219J several others lu the list Walslugham by George Wilkes Old Naboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger I n rook 100 son of Hambletonian Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Hambletonian Third dam Jessie Sayre by EclipseNaboth dam by Crit Davis by Red WIlkeS Third dam Thoroughbred NabotbJr will be k pt during the season of 1906 at my stable In Lancaster Ky and aLl be premltted to erve mares at the very low price to insure a living colt I am j rfpared to care for stock iron a distance at reasonable prices hat no responsibility assumed for accidents orescapes of tocK committed to my care W B BURTON Lancaster IIlltllru fo r that type of horses m1 1500 I anti I OI I Bay horse 15J hands high foaled in 18U8 This horse is a good gai ted and a simon horse of the very type lie vill make tha present season at my place Oil the old Crab Orchard anal Richmond road 1 mile from the Richmond and Lancasitr pike at TEN DOLLARS to insure a cult CAIIXKUAS was local by William Slmp on York He is by lUd Wilkes opt of Miss Uirie bv Mumbriiio 1atcheli Lane is a double producing daughter of Mambnno Iatc hen stie produced Wlliou a record ofJ2i a Carnrllans ind dam is ills Carey who is u dungbter of Al moiit the best son of Alexanders Abdullah hIs dam wns Idaho by iills Vermont Hi Ith dimSnow Kali by irey Eagle GREr IS vill also stand my big Il rk Jack at the same price ami on the same terms as Ciiriiellan ireen is Ifi hands high li years old large bone and innssvl and has proven haIti telf an extra breeder WOODS TALKER Paint Lick Ky Hay Horse 16 liunds highSiretl by Jay Bird 5060 let dnm Oncida i7 by Florida S2 jran dam of Grace Homl ij2- nd dam Lady Ham b Hambrino SiO dam of Hawthorne 20t KI Wiuter 12 etc 3rd dana Mollie by Ashland 17 4th dun liritton by Mambriuo liritton Kit by Sir Walter Jay BIrd 5 0 sire of Hawthorne 2 0fi4 Aller ton 2rfW 4 Early Bird 210 Invader 210 Air one hundred other by George Wilkes 31 tam Lady Frank by Mambriuo Iira oti is a very hamUome individual of flue conformation size and style lila extreme action and speed lilt sire Jay UIrd is one of the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on is shown by the fact that his sous have sired over i 0 standard performers Including Locanda 20i Susie J 2 M Jay McGregor 207q Eitcle HIanigan 2074 and niauy other 210 performers while Paragons dam Oneida 217 is the grand dam of Grace Ilond 2 0li I the greatest racing 3yearold till trotting turf has ever ccuand his second dam Lady Ham Is the lam of Hawthorne 2Cr Ed Winter 212J etc You will see from the above that Paragon is oue of the best bred horses living and there is no reason why he should not become of Jay Birds greatest sons lIla record is no measure of his speed as he could trot in or better Should Para gon full to get vou a trotter he U a horse of such Hue conformation size action style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting and carriage horses which cannut be produced fist enough to supply the demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder His colts are all good undiviilnnls and show wonderful speed and action lie thu season oiXV at my stable three miles North of Iuckeye os Buckeye and Lancaster pikij tit only Fifteen Dollars to insure a living colt A loin retained on colt to secure service fee Season lime If mare is parted with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent nccidents but nut responsible should any occur Telephone at resilience No 1S7 U Lancaster Exchange FOREST STAPF Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION Carnelian No1 31362 trotter highest J amid Cllrtlelilln rd r gon 4 OUt 2 15 will make A New Miss is with 22914 atla dim Stark a road JrCoal Black Stallion son of Xutrwood full 1C hands high heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage NEAT WOOD Ju will make the season of lOCi at my farm miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at time low price of S to Insure a Living Colt lieu retained on colt for service fee Care taken to pievent nccidents hilt not sible should daily occur Neatwood Jr is Oats greatest living sire out of the dam of Maud S the queen of the oval track Money due when mare is with He has proven himself to be a No 1 breeder XEATVOOI Jr Sire of Itoywood Neat Bud 2i by Nutwood 21S mat dan lam of Ooala 22 of Hilda dam of Cnyler Coast 21ij lIagar 225 Const Range trial 220 of Iji iracls dnm of Knright 2IS4Gracevood2l7 LImvood 2 i iOJz of nullity dam of Crayon 22U grand lam of Waif 22C by Blackwood 71 2d dam by Norman 25 3d dam by Smiths Highlander 4th dam by Arab I will 2 at f UVO each These Jacks are Ifi hands with large bone smut mussel Sold several colts last year at wean iug time for 1COCO each Wm LEARLancaster Ky Will make the season of HOG on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt one mouth old A lien retained until season mount is paid Money due when the mare is traded nr bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shouldshy occur Chester 8 years old 1C hands high a dIck chestnut sorrel he Is thehighest of finish plenty of courage butperfectly kind natural harnessa in from that wonder fill style characteristic of the tam which the world acknowledges HS superiorto all as a show Chester proven himself a No 1 breeder his colts sell to eastern buyers for good prices some of them selling to 30ofO Pedigree sired the 8 IIH he by Ilhick S ftS he by Black 74 he King William C7 he by Washington Denmark Mhe by Guinea Gl and lieby race horse Denmark F by Imported Chester Squirrels graph and Hippy by Mambrino Chief Vermont as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered all to one of thegreatest brood mares in Kentucky FineJack At tho same time and place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGANJr at John Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Joe Blackburn he he 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy Hide she bj Dixie 2nd dam Nellie Oayby Lord 3rd dam by Importer handshigh solid black white has proven himself a No I breeder his colts f10000 to 110 from the teat last fall T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky 2 21 2 f rod stllll JIll ks 11th Chester Squirrel torse II has fatuous Claesterdaare IlIed tford 8 forJennetbv lid h b c i Ci also iaag itCO No Tel b 4