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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 18 1906sEIEN kXTI1 YEAR 7 V a 1J a CIIIUNUIMJtJ 1U ID ont Buyl I have seen I AI new line of I Blll AND I Harn a I We have a beautitul line of both and can and will ISave Money I for you IHASELDEN Bothers nl R L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room I Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS I r Until you our 1 r s Gttinrrn titi Dentist Once over Thompous I store Danville st t I Local Gossip Dates for the Lancaster fair are July 18 10 and 20 The Officers of the Garrard Co Fair Association are working like Turks and will otter the best show ever given In Lancaster Lancaster Knights Templar will leave Tuesday morning for the Con claved at ParIs They will spend days enjoying the festivities Another excursion to Cincinnati will be run Sunday Fare 81 60 round trip Train leaves Lancaster about f a m returning leaves Cincinnati at 830 night The engraved invitations ordered by this office for the Graded School have been highly complimented by those who have seen them We are thoroughly equipped for ordering this work and our prices cannot be equal ed Special Notice If you wish engraved work please remember that it takes time to have this class of work done and dont ex pect to get it as quickly as you can have printing done Most people un derstand this but there are some who do not consider the tedious process re quired Finally Landed One of the tiger negroes who brought in a jug of buttermilk to de ceive Chief Beazley and who to sue the town for false im prisonment was caught with wool in his teeth Saturday and placed on the rock pile for 151 days Killing the Dogs Persuantlo instructions from the City Council Officers Beazley and Herron have been killing dogs upon which the tax is not paid and many a canine has been dispatched during the week There are numberless worth less curs in Lancaster and the out is a good move Hurt in Mt Sterling A telegram from Mt Sterling to the Courier Journal last Friday said Leon Austin aged about thirtysev en of Lancaster was run over by a traction engine a few miles from this city this evening and seriously if not fatally injured Mr Austin got down from the engine and was In front of it when it started In attempting to get out of the way stumbled and two of wheels passed over his left side His left foot wascrushed to a jelley and his side wes mashed and body badly bruis ed He was brought to this city His little son the acci eat Mr Austin was brought to his home in thk cit and is improving slowly several graduates threatened whit sled thinning Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co We have just returned from the markets with another im mense stock of Spring and Summer This stock is fresh and new embracing all the latest crea tiona for the Spring and Sum mer of 1906 We have no old stock to work off on the people but supply you with the NEWEST AND BEST at the very lowest prices Call and see our pretty goods I I I Dry Goods Notions Etc The JosephMercantile y ii r t COMPANY b Big Land Sale John Wagers sold to Sweeuey MOl gag 180 acres of land lying near Point Ltavell for 12 COO This is about the average price being paid for land In that section G D Smiley who resided in Garrard for many years was in the Mexican war and served in the Confederate army died at Birmingham last week and was buried at Lexington Ky He married a daughter of Win Jones of Buckeye and is well remembered by older citizens A Fine Lecture The lecture given at the Presbyte rian church by DrHinitt Friday night was greatly enjoyed by the large present Dr Hinitt is one of the most highlyeducated men in the United States a tine speaker and a gentleman in whose presence it is a pleasure to be He is president of Central University the leading institu thou for learning in the whole South Doing Good Work Mr Luther Herron who sworn in as assistant to Chief of Police Beaz ley is doing splendid work and the docket police court will show that he is striking at the root of the evil in Lancaster Mr Herron is a modest clever man who is attending strictly to his business and making many friends among the better ele ment of our citizens Colored Fair George Moran one of the most hen orable upright and reliable colored men in this section of the state tells The Record the colored people of Gar rard county will hold a threedays fair beginning August 2nd Good premiums will be offered a fine band secured and the best fair the colored have ever held will be given With such men at the head there is no doubt of success Stores to Close Under an agreement all the dry goods stores will close at seven oclock and the groceries at half past seven each evening except Saturday The plan was put into operation Monday This is a wise move as the people have no right to expect business men and clerks to work at night It is and unjust and no reason able person expects it The only place where the public thinks a man must remain for twenty four hours a day not taking time to eat his meals is a printing otlice A Good Official The Record wishes to call the at tention of the town tax payers to the splendid work being done by the city attorney Mr R L Davidson lIe is a splendid lawyer and notwithstand ing the fact that the salary of the of tice is a mere pittance he puts as much interest in his work as if he received the same pay as attorney Almost every case brought to this court is defended by a good lawyer and in many cases wit nesses crawfish when placed on the stand hut Mr Davidson puts forth his best efforts and gets a conviction The people of the town owe him a debt of gratitude Accident at Railroad Crossing Saturday afternoon as two young men named Payne and Chadwell were leaving town they came near being struck by No 29 the Southbound train at the crossing on street The crossing is on a curve and they were almost on the track when the engineer saw them The horse was struck and badly the occupants thrown out and the vehicle damaged Had they been a few feet futher all would have been killed The engineer claims to have given the usual signal but the parties say they did not hear it This is the first acct dent to happen at this crossing With six daily trains on this road people should be very cautious in approaching the crossings Graded School Exercises The examinations are in progress at the Graded Schools this week and final dismissal comes to day The marks of all have teen exceptionally good and the teachers have every reason to feel proud of their work Sunday evening at 745 the bacca laureate sermon will be preached by Dr C F Evans of Carlisle in the Methodist church Tuesday evening at 810 the commencement exercises will be held in the Christian church As this issue of The Record is being printed the class day exercises are be ing held at the school buildings The music being furnished during the closing exercises by the pupils of Mrs Belle Burnside is exceptionally fiue and bas been highly complimented A Former Lancaster Man yule who with his wife has been visiting her mother Mrs Patsy Kin naird For many years Dr Burnside the drug store at the present Mc Roberts stand in this city and older citizens remember with much pleasure the good old times in Lancaster about then Happy were the days when a fellow could sit In the old drug store corner and listen to such men as Henry Bruce John S Gill Dr Dave Logan Major Jim Burnside WC Price Leslie McMurtry and other Spin yarns a tout DIx river and the Hanging Fork Dr Burcslde has beenp ractlcing med cine in Barboursvllle for and has been successful n I audience was ofthe yesterday out tyyears f I people unreasonable commonwealths passenger Richmond injured ran almost twe very i If some responsible and energetic person will keep firstclass ice cream during the summer lie will make good money as many housekeepers will bui it if they know it is all right a chance for some energetic party Mr John McGee the coal and lun her man is confined to his by a wound from a rusty nail which stuck in his foot He is much 1m proved today and Ins many friends are glad no serious trouble will result The U D C The U D C held its regular meeting with Mrs J II Royston Monday We had a delightful historic and enter taming meeting Quite a number ol our members were present We were pleased to add the names of two new to our Chapter May 2Glh is the day appointed by our Chapter to decorate the graves of our departed veterans The Chapter would be glad to know of any one who has friends buried in our Cemetery We will have a speaker for this All who interested are cordially invited to be present and bring flowers We invite all old veterans Editor Pilcher Shoots Man Louis Pilcher who will be wellre membered by many people in this shot and badly wounded an policeman Peel In Nicholas ville Saturday Mr Pilcher has just started a new paper and in the first issue printed something regarding the citys affairs in which Peel was said to be connected The latter went to the newspaper ollice and attacked the editor Peel being shot by the editor before the fight ended The wound will not prove fatal Older citizens of Lancaster remember Mr Pilcher conducting with Capt Sam M Boone the greatest temperance meeting in Lancaster ever held IP central Kei tucky A Quiet Sunday Last Sunday was the most quietand dryest Lancaster has ever exper ienced Tune ollicers have stamped out the tigers and those accustomed to desecrating the Sabbath were out of business so to speak One or two colored men showed the effects of too much liquor and were promptly landed in jail It was to act a drink anywhere and with the dust already a foot deep on the streets the time passed very much as it docs In a country grave yard The law is being enforced and if any one has the idea that prohibition does not prohibit let him go in search for an eyeopener in Lancaster Now that tile question of whiskey selling is settled lets see how many will put a shoulder to the wheel and help build up the town Was WellKnown Here Blaristown N J Times Mr Sere no Dickerman died on Tuesday night of lung trouble after an illness of weeks at his home in Delaware Mr Dickerman was 78 years old hay ing been born in New Haven Conn on June 15 1829 His father was Jason Dickerman and his mother Lucretia Talmage He led an active life in ous parts of the United States In 1854 he weht to California and in 1861 he located in Kentucky and was there during the Civil War He married Mrs Alicia Barber Kirkyuff in 1870 They returned to Delaware in November 1903 where he resided at the time of his death He was a man of kind and genial disposition and to know him was to become his friend Although he lived among us but a few years his fa milliar presence will be greatly missed by many friends in our village His wife and one sister suvive him The Railway Rate Bill As a result of the settlement of tlie perplexing question of court review in railroad rate debate in the Senate by acceptance of the Allison amendment specificaley confering jurisdiction on the circuit courts in rate cases the upper body indulged in a little Parliamentary rules were and the fifteen minute limit for all speeches cheerfully and transgressed The fact of the matter is that every one felt so pleased at the settlement of the court review question and the final formu lation of a satisfactory measure that minor amendments were regarded as of considerably loss relative impor tance The President has come out with his characteristic frankness in explaining his acceptance of the Alii son amendment pointing out that he has always realized the necessity of court review a fact borne out by his speech at Raleigh and at other places No genuine friend the Hepburn bill can object to the amendment without stnitifying himself says the President Toe Allison amendment was accepted as necessary to save the bill from unconstitutionality for it nas been shown that an attempt to trench on the powers of the courts would render bill void In fine a satisfactory measure has been achieved the President Is pleased and everybody is happy Notice to Contractors Sealed Bids will be received by J M Smith at the Bank of for the completion of the grade and putting the rock on one mile of the and Buena Vista Turn pike beginning at Bryantsville Ky bids must be In by the 20th day 1906 Bight reserved to reject any or all Bond will be required for of work J P Easley Sccty May h members ire section ext I 6 several var J i relaxation of oUtlay 4t l Here room Confederate occasion named impossible forgotten consistently the completion t f 4t t 1 of to h NEW USE FOR HEMP The hemp breaking machine which bas beets in operation in this county for t wine months was this week shipped to the factory in Chicago the tests for h which it was being used having proven b satisfactory far beyond the j of the inventors The Record I has had little to say about the machine fj this season for I he reason that the inventors were working on a discovery ir which Will mean much to the hemp if raisers It is this As stated last year the machine was invented for ft the purpose of breaking the regularly retted hemp which was a complete fj success The inventors had worked ig in the Held but a short time when they discovered that the machine j would break successfully hemp which e was only half retted and readily re ff the importance of this Jfeature set to work to construct the ra machine substantial enough to handle jp the tougher article In this they met with many obstacles but before G the machine figured out the points needed The halfretted hemp was successfully broken it contained much less tow than the handbroken and samples were sent to leading manufacturers among them the Linen Thread Co of Patterson N J All reported that they would much prefer new article and the company mentioned wrote that they would take all the inventors could send them y and that at an advanced price I This being the case the next crop can ba broken and sold early in the fall and the farmer will have his 5 money his land cleared and the crop g olf his hands in early winter instead 7 having to walt until the p Several large twine concerns are test ing the tiber and if it answers their purpose and there is no doubt but 12000000 14000000 that will go to American jj instead of foreign fibers This will open an entirely new market for hemp jC liber where hemp fiber has never been used before The machine under these jg will be ready for next season and a large factory is ready to begin j the work as soon as this machine is re ceived in Chicago Picnic at Mt Olivet In our notice of the picnic to be given at Mt Olivet an error in the date was made It should have been May 2lth instead of Mr Fanning the Irish orator of great fame will be present and make a speech The picnic is given under the auspices of the Pro j Alliance and everybody is cordially invited to be there Dinneron the ground 2t I i next Spring I I improvements I 2jf h I expectations shipping u what itwiiiitmeans about i t r American Lady Corsets Dashingly Stylish Perfectly Fitting A Shape For Every We have just received a complete line of this great corset We believe we have just what you want Bargains in Ladies and Childrens Come in and see them you may find just what you are looking for Here are bargains wholesouled and startling and here is the proof PRICES Step Lively If You Want First Choici THE Logan Dry Goods ratlif m m I1- m m Figur I SLIPPERS uI 1 COMPANY riID3lriJm j 1J i y h These Clothes aw full of the knowhow of good failonng I FZeisher THE YUE built with brains and judgment as well as with thread and shears Made of the same good ma terials as any other good clothes but its tne way theyve been put together that makes them better value than any other clothes at like prices around town We guarantee the clothes to live up to weve made for them A good suit for as little as 1000 A great line of suits at 250 50O and 1800 H T LOGAN everyclaim l J w f e a r f N fI SALT Car fresh salt just received We have it in 7 bushel barrels 5 bushel barrels and 2 bushel sacks SLIDAll kinds seed COAL Best grades of COAL I FEED Hay Oats Corn Chop Etc FLOUR Ballard and BallardS Obelisk in barrels and half barrels service Telephone 26 IBANKS HUDSON v IWF titJW orr or 0 oro or f1fl X JJfl YJllriJ I Gar Load oT InCCo l1ack I 3 4 of field Promp- tS iii I d Mowers just received Cant we interest you J C ROBINSONSuccessor to Hamilton Dunlap DEALER IN Euriiiture Carpets matting Windnw Glass Window Shades Picture Framing Sewing Machines Etc Will appreciate the patronage of the public Prices alhvays right J B COLLIER Salesman A r A r A The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BEST 1 GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING ffl Stormes Drug Store 1 Lime and Cement Pure Asi tiersou County WHISKEY IS OUR SPECIALTY MAY MAY DAY YOUR MOVE The move should be GO emphasize the importance of rent insur ance Destruction of rented building means loss of rental income Protection against such loss is important for all and is a positive duty in the case of trusteesexecutursadministrators and guardians J H KINNAIRD General Insurance We sell in quantities not less than a quart GIVE US A TRIAL Both phones 291 Main St next door to Spears Lyons stable J H TRAYNOR Co Nicholasville ELK I N I JljJtfifiJI J JItJJL J Jl1dJ ttiJitJYlijJitfff t m I I I K rn fID llmffi fiH I r III iJ iJtAI I I ft1rrL 1t 1Tll1Jf1 ir mIW cal 0 0 MOUNT I e o o LJ1 j L E3 1 iJ D QlJ a p i FREEj 4 By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 d v CENTRAL RECORD Jisiucd Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ay at SecondClan Mall Matter Member of Kentucky Press Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky May 18 1906 Much has been said in reference to recent killings here and much that has been said at other places is untrue The idea has gone abroad that our people are reckless and have no regard fur the law We had as well say that one case of typhoid fever infects the entire community when often there are only a few victims the cause is and the general health of the community remains good This is true of the recent killings here They were bad enough but the excitement has in a measure subsided and the matter is now up to the coarts In justice to our people we can safely assert that no more quiet peaceable cultured God loving people live on earth The expressions of indignation time prove that a feeling in favor of law and order predominates for a long ti me prior to these un fortinate events peace and prosperity reigned and the return 01 those happy conditions follows inevitably A reactionary wave will control in this as in other matters Other towns and communities have had the same ex perience and good schools churches and the enforcement of the law have eradictated an inclination to continue such violations A salient feature exists in the fact that there is nothing in either case to bring about a feud Families arc not arrayed aginst each other and it is safe to say that no mire blood will be shed So let people still rely on their rich harvests and their many tages from acontinuance of that high type of civilization which they alwajs have and always will enjoy Letter from Capt Sam Boone National limitary Home 0 May 9 Landram Lancaster My Dear Friend As a matter of f news 1 communicate the fact that on yesterday I attended the funeral of Charles C Carson late of the 1st Ky Cavalry and I think born and raised if not in Lancaster near thereto lIe was laid down to his final sleep in the honors of war The collln was placed on a caisson drawn by four white horses and the Hag of his country gracefully draped around the casket A band of twentyeight members I headed the cortege discoursing solemn funeral dirges Then came the tiring squad compased of a file of eight men in full dress uniform and these were followed by a full company of soldiers Aearinji dress coats and white gloves After the attending minister had pre formed his part at the grave conclud lug with Ruth to earth ashes to I ashes dust to dust the squad then tired three volleys over the grave and j the bugler in the distance sounded i taps lights out I felt that this bit of news might meet the eye of some of his old Ken tucky relatives and friends who knew j him in early life This is the largest and finest Military Home in the world at present there are old soldiers here and these are passing away now at the rate of two per day That means that two men die in the live thousand hundred and thirty during the year Very few are here now under 65 years of age except SpanishAmerican sol diers or fifteen years the sol diets who participated in the war of the rebellion will all have crossed over There is no more beautiful spot in United States than this and I have often wondered why it is that so few Kentuckians visited the home The grounds are beautufullr laid out and ornamented the buildings im posing indeed it is simply the best re gulated littlecity In the United States Come some time to see us Yours truly Sam M Boone Old But Interesting Hon R H Tomlinson unearthed the following from the memoirs of the late Judge George Robertson At a barbacue near Lancaster on the Fourth of July 1827 the following resolutions were unanimously adopted by a large company assembled from different neighborhoods in the county ofGarrardResolved that as a testimony of confidence of the people of Garrard county in the patriotism talents and integrity of their distinguished Henry Clay he is invited to a public dinner to be given him at at such a time as be most convenient to him Resolved that George RObertson John Yantis Elijah Hiatt Robert Mconnell William B Parron Thomas Kennedy Thomas Millan Simeon H Anderson John Rout Daneil OBant non John Faulkner and John B Jen nings be appointed a to communicate to Mr Clay the desire of the people of Garrard to welcome him to their bospiility in their own A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a run sing on her leg which had tortur ed her 23 long years Greatest tic healer for Wounds f25catMcRoberts Drugstore IroT i T Association- and removed t at the i f ad van Louis r i I everyday makln seven t tine and countryman Lancaster may committee county I five thousand In ten sore anti Piles ands S sep ores Mr F P Cobb has returned home af ter a short visit to relatives in Lexmg ton Mrs Mary Rice wept to McCreary to spend several days with Mr and Mrs Vic Rice Mr and Mrs II D Aldridge of Stan ford were here visiting her mother and Mrs M F Route The Sunday school convention will meet at the M E church Bryantsville Saturday May 19th Mr Walter Perkins of St Louis who is in the telephone business is visiting his mother Mrs Bell Perkins Mr and Mrs N H Bogle spent Sunday and Mondav with Mr and Mrs Frank VarNarsdale of Harrodsburg Messes Wade and Joe Helen Maret attended the lecture at Lancaster Fri day night by Dr Hinitt of Center Mr and Mrs Harvllle and children of Oklahoma who have been visiting Mr C K Poindexter and family returns home Thursday Misses May Day Emma and Gert college were with Misses Mattie and Rebecca Damp ton from Friday until Monday PHEACUEKSVJLLB Clarance Leadford has gone to Lex ington Leoy Sowder sold to Leoy Bell for 822 50 ir Mrs Pope of Livisting is visiting Mrs Lela Rigsby Roy Robbins was in Brodhead on business last week J N Cress has bought about 10 000 Ibs of wool at 28 to 30cts J P Rogers sold two yearling cattle to J L Hutchins for 45 00 J L Kennedy and wife spent Sunday with Mr Fed Shaw and wife J F Holtzclaw and Avfe were visiting Mr Bourne at Bettis Sunday JP Ballard sold 43 cattle at last Monday for 4cts per lo R D Pettus bought a sow and pigs from Sim Blankingship for 17 00 Mrs Susie Cress J J Thompson were visiting in Rockcastle county last week Minefee Elmore and family spent Sunday with Mr W II Cummins and familyW Ragan bought a mare from J M Cress 120 and a horse from Rev Green V Todd for 75 00 Willie C Rigsby who has been in Colorado and the West for three years is at home for a while Sirs John B Corman who has been very low is thought to be some better Dr Farris is waiting on her E Foley who has been in Whitly county for a few days looking has returned home not finding any thing he could buy Be a Booster Boosting is a slang word that fits admirably into American speech There is no other that quite convey the meaning The word jolly Is another bit of colloquilism useful in its way But there is a wide difference between a jolly and a boost To jolly is to flatter To boost is to put forth a sincere effort The jollies uses his lips only The booster acts from the heart The latter is sincere He be lieves therefore he boosts He has a good reason for boosting That which he boosts deserves to be boosted Take the man who boosts his town It is the center of the universe to him His property is there His home His family His future Even his grave He boosts his town and be cause it is his town and because he believes it is worth boosting He is an admirable fellow the Sometimes he may appear to be a knocker The knocker is the op positeof the booster He knocks be cause he is a booster He wants government He knocks in order that he may boost When things are put right he begins to boost again One of the beauties about boosting your community for instance is the reaction of it When you boost your town you boost yourself And boost ing makes the booster happy- A newspaper writer says boosting Is the sole of work That is a tine de finition Work effort of any sort without enthusiasm is but a a dreary round of common place There is no sole in it Work sole in it is drudgery Be a booster Put sole into effort And thus every boost in behalf of your or your church or your cause what ever it may be come a constant series of happy ac complishments Lancaster To Have A New Union Depot Preparations Under Way the Opening will be June 1st The Methodist church will give a real up to date Union Depot June 1st There will be about 40 people in the cast who will represent the many different types of character are seen in any city union station There will be the train caller ticket agent newsboys bootblacks the funny old lady with her bundles and band box who tells her troubles to all who will listen rubes hoboes nudes drummers bridal parties emigrants every character you can think of each with their ap propriate dialogue There will be the prima done with her opera troupe who will give a concert in the Depot for sake Altogether it will be one of the most interesting and entertainments ever given in College rudeCrtwford of Caldwell w Richmond and for stock booster better treadmill without town bewill eet Q d A lUSltU1tY rt a and and Lancaster 1AxT rt UlllANlYSYIUjE Mr R H Pettus of Somerset spent several days here recently C Becker was in Cincinnati week on business Miss Carrie Boulden of Nicholas ville has been the guest of the Misses BonerMiss Katie Mae Farlee who is school at Ilarrodsbunr spent from Friday until Monday at home Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn Mrs Anna Kav Jenkins returned home Saturday after a short stay in Louisville Mrs William Combs and Miss Emma Munday of Jessamine visited Mrs W L Glass Monday Mrs Elizi Ballard entertained a few of her friends at dinner Tuesday Mrs Ed Covington visited Mrs A T Cnrlstopher last week Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr Sam Haselden Mr and Mrs George A very of June lion City visited Mr and Mrs Logan Burke last week It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do we hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days la ter learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is of such con mon occurrence that a cold however slight should not be disregarded Chambarlains Cough Remedy coun teracts any tendency of cold to result in pneumonia and has gained its great popularity and extensive sale by its prompt ernes of this most common all ment It always cures and is pleasant to take For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed fi r holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Lancaster July days Hustonville July 25 3 days Danville August days Ilarrndsburg August 7 1 days Fern Creek Aug 14 Idays Vanceburg Aug 15 t days Columbia Auk 21 4 days Shepherdsville Aug 21 4 days Springfield Auk 22 1 days Guthrie Aug days Nicholasvilie Aug 28 3 days Shelby vibe Aug 28 4 days Florence Aug days Bardstown Aug 29 Elizibethtown Sept days Paris Sept days Monticello Sept 11 I days Glasgow Sept 12 i days Falmouth Sept 20 4 days New Telephone Numbers 183G Beck Preston Res 195A Beazley R Res 223 Baker G T Res 155 Bosley Dr office C8F Bourne Jim Res 17G Ballard House office 1C2A Bradshaw T W Res 119 Davis son D Turner shop KiC Davidson L G Res 13SM Grow George Res 199 Hagan Lee Res 179 Haselden Sam Res 192H Higginbothiiin G T Res 1C2R Hicks Jim Res 180 KInnaird Mrs R store 47A Leadford Burnam Res 179II McGrath Dick Res 137G Mahan Arthur Res 217 Masonic Hall 18GB Pierce Frank Res 162Q Res 198 Patterson H Res 152Q F Res Res 1C3H Rout Res 183S Rose R L Res 188J Robinson John Res 212 Smith Jim Res 152A Terrel Gi vens Res 197 Vanderpool J M Res 137J Wages John Res 213 Walter Dr B F Res 152F Walker Wood Res 152J H Res 83 Walker S A store 47B Yantis Res A mans best thoughts seldom find utterance I Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livona Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysville Mo three of my were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Discove ryj and are well and strong to day One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using Dr Kings New Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in exist ence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c and 1 Trial bottle free 1m If you would please a woman brag od her baby The Great Irish Orator Mr M J Fanning the great Irish orator will be In Lancaster May 29 at the court house 730 p m Mr Fan nlng Is an orator of national fame and has accomplished a world of good for the cause of temperance No admiss Ion fee will be charged everybody cordially Invited You should hear this great orator and his talks are different from the usual cutanddrled temperance lecture and while will be given a good talk on that all important subject yet there is so much wit injected that you will every word Remember the date May 29 at r C last attending Aldrich of of I t I I I 183 I I 13 I 223 294 days 43 15 W S J G PoseyJ II Parsons R 171F D R W Walker E grocery T L customers I I I you I Ienjoy ffi t lf t Mr NS Mr ands C S Pope J 4 Our are the Quality J Vehicles Best Best Style Last Longest Best Fish Prices the Lowest Why not come and get one BUGGY and WAGON HARNESSO- ld Hickory Wagons Deering Machinery ROMANS ELMORE I I6 We offer you fair treat ment with every accom that is consistent with conservative Banking modal ion The New Pr r Writes In three Jcolors with but one ribbon No other typewriter does this Valua ble for I rl rome ih- r 1 Correspondence Intricate Tabular Work Statistical Work Statement Work Legal Documents Library Indexing Wholesale Billing- If you would like to see the newest invention in the type writer world call us up on the phone 134 W 4th St Cincinnati Ohio I I The Sm iPremieilypewriterCo lI 7A tt 1 Itl i A THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President- J E STORMES Yice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny l b WILL geap Your Money Sa e VeSoMYonrflosiney I E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED t CAPITAL I6ooooo SURPLUS 600000 M COY R RGGUYN J S BURROWS WOODS BL WOODS DDuaroRS LARNOLD B e FISH z W Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and InsuranceCasuality I PAIR OF LADIES LICE AND KID HUB LEFTcome early and get your choice before the sale closes This Sale Closes Saturday May 19 When you call ask to see our new line of Velvet and flxminister Carpets and Druggets BLUE FRONT The Working Mans Friend Lancaster Ky 1 I IIJ 2 0 0r Ifl II I III IIIII III II I I I I I F r 5 2 II zwpattersoas fii WiLL CLOTHINGME- NS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS Ti 3 m st economical to buy because they are batter made and fit more perfectly than othsr suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R H BATSON LANCASTER Well equipped for Carriage and Buggy PaintingI I l J A Bring in your Old Vehicle and have it made new I use the best rubber tire that money can buy TV J ROMANS SURE SAFE SPEEDY IfeKCNBEI a nUt irf RHEUMATISM AIM MM fcy FP FBISB1E Druggist dllIIf SSSCo C taw 0 MiR a hw fevlrlblfirleeluvaiedIlaMllnlltntcMeixewBttle J1 WmHerndon G B 8winebroad Herndon Swifiebroad Attorneys at Law Inc ter Kentucky Ofice Storm drag More I I over r WiLL m FOR UpToDateness We are the rec ognized leaders When buying your beadwear be certain to get Tie Very Latest Styles We have every thing i- nCorrect Millinery and at snrpris ingly low prices Miss Bettie 1 V CASTOR I ATar Imats ami Ckilirta TIN KM YN Man t 10 O4 t t I roe rs Bears the Signature ofII 1 r I Rev Mr Foley filled his appointment at Freedom last Sunday Uncle Nick Ross one of our oldest neighbors is visiting his daughter Mrs Joe Boss Mr and Mrs J R Henry were here Sunday visiting their daughter Mrs Thomas Hill The Sunday School at Freedom is progressing fine with brother John H Prewitt as superintendent On next Sunday at 11 a m professor college will deliver a lecture at Freedom church Everybody invited George Prewltt near here located a gang of wild geese on the farm of A S went with his gun for them 1 ewar H found five eggs and set them Fonr hatched He has been offered 1100 each for his goslings but would not take it Net If as Rich as Rockfeller If YOU all the wealth of Bock feller the Standard Oil magnet you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Colic Cholera and The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform successor thisremedy has shown It to be superior to all It never falls and when reduced water and sweetened is pleasant to take family should besupplied Sold by BE McRoberts the reliable druggist at LaacMter im NINA J B Secrest of Klrksville Wheelerand As mu they flew Dlarrhoera Remedy with s had others Within u 4- v Gossip About People N ve A Brief Mention of flw C dMt and Wry byThM We Arc toUrutd to Mr John Magee was In Mt Vernon the past week I Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton were in Richmond the past week Rev C S Ellis has returned from a weeks visit to ChatanooKa Messers W B Burton and J M Farra are in Louisville on business Mrs Newell of Somerset is visiting her daughter Mrs Jesse Fox Mrs Ernest Warren of Middlesboro is the guest of Mrs H M Ballou Miss Norma Elmore entertained the Embroidery Club this afternoon Mrs William Bettis is visiting Mrs Clara Bettis Crab Orchard street Miss Lena Rigney has been visiting her aunt Mrs John Cotton of Danville Miss Battle Green of this county is visiting Mrs Ida Hawkins near Bur ginMiss Francis Peeples of Ashland is the guest of Misses Martha and Helen GillDr J Boss Burnside and wife of Bar bourvllle are visiting Mrs Patsy Kin nalrd Mrs Omer McKinney of Lebanon has the been guest of Garrard county relativesMrs Grant has returned to Dan ville after a visit to her mother Mrs H A Prloe Mr and Mrs Harve McRoberts of Stanford were guests of Mrs J R Mount Friday Miss Maud Martin of this county is spending the week with Miss Kath leen Foley in Danville Messrs Allen Henry Virgil and John Gill Kinnaird were visitors In Danville the past week Mrs J L Duncan and little son of Toledo Ohio have been visiting Mr and Mrs H M Ballou Misses Wayadlee and Joe Helen Maret of Bryantsville were the pleas ant guests of Misses Gallic and Sallie Adams last week Mrs Louis Landram and Miss Altle Marksbury to day for a visit to their sister Mrs J M Staughton at Middletown Ohio London W R Dillon was in Lancaster this week to purchase machinery which he will in the manufacture of laths Ed Williams of Kentucky College of North Middletown will take a course in Wilbur R Smiths Business College the Summer months Mrs M D Hughes who has been spending several months with ber daughter Percy Noland at Seattle Wash has returned to her in this city Judge met her in LouisvilleDanville Farris and the Misses Gill of Lancaster attended the Boxall recital last evening at Cald well College Miss Alberta of Lancaster was here shopping Tuesday BEUNA VISTA Prof De Boo is teaching a spring term here Wm Christopher bought of Cnas Coulter one horse for 833 Dont forget the temperance picnic at Mt Olivet Tuesday May 29th Mrs Bolton and daughter Miss were visitors in Harrodsburg last weekMrs Marshall Scott has returned from a visit to her mother at Rich mondBev Walton of Bradfordsville two excellent sermons at the Presby terian churcn Sunday Mr Roy Arnold and Mr Beny Swope and wife of the Bryantsville neighbor hood spent Sunday with Mr J Wesley Lane Mr Ed Alduch of Covinton accom panted by his two littledaughters will Join his wife here this week and visit the family of Poor Mr J W Scott Sr had the misfortune to have a mule which he was driving run away with him from which be sustained slight injuries At five oclock Sucdav afternoon Mr Vanderpool of Lancaster and Miss Hattie Duncan of Bourne were quiet ly married at the home of the official ing minister H J Tomllson The Sunday School at this place elected the following delegates to the District and County Miss Mary Asklns delegate with Mis Francis T mlison and J E Scott at tenuates Curd After Twenty Years ef Torture For more than twenty years Mr J B of 3322 Clinton St Minneapo Us Minn was tortured by scietlca The pain and suffering which he en dared during this time is beyond com prehension Nothing gave him permanent relief until be used Cham berlalns Pain Balm One applicatloi of that liniment relieved the pain made sleep and rest possible and lew than one bottle effected a permanent If troubled with ccietlca er rheumatism why sot try a 25 coat hot of Paia Bali for yovnelf Yap quickly it relieves the pain Foi by IL B McKoberU tile drf gtaiatLaAcaeter I I Leslie left EchoMr during M r s home NewsMrs last preached J J Sciatica an ant reliable 1a use Anderson Bale Convention Massey cure tie and see sale V yt es 1 1 Groceries Groceries Staple and Fan6g GROCERIES We make no sensational prices on anything All prices fixed on a solid business basis at Davidsons Repairing1 We use the Best Rubberon- the market A full line of New Buggies etc 3 hand at astonishing low prices 5 Give us a call 3 Conn Bros Paint Paint Paint Now is the time for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint The cot 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 Paintine FRISBIES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will prevent diseasejand improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store UGTION SALE of HORSES We will sell One Car Load of Young Western and MARES One at a time to highest bidder at LANCASTER KEJNTUGKY Saturday fjay 19 1906Sale will be at railroad atook yards ThteStock Is Saddle and Driving bred are light boned young and shapey Ages from 2 to 5 years Sale wlH commence promptly at 1000 A M regard ess of All and Speculators should attend as we will sell or reserve Hnfees can be seen at Railroad Stock Yards two before sale King I Ef t l eIer 1 0 o 0- I I I I I I JrJJI JlJliJflKJIJX Jli jJgJj- l9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Buggy Painting I and I i m mmmmmmmmm 9M 1 I 3OOooOOOOOOO On without limit days t r i IMDUNNillt Bro s 7 I r I t1 r o o ooooooo 1J lon I dIMlNdll U L HORSES weather Dealers t M 3 T r AYegetable Preparationror As thef esUonCheerru- tnessandReslContains neiU- wrOp tJDr NARC OTIC aIJt4Ds4NllDJTIJ WAIJrIIr kw1rnnr tion Sour StoinachDiaffhO Worms hess SLEEP Tacsinile Signature of NEW YORK tXACT copyOf WRAPPER ij wV rit d Iingth2sAdsa1iBowei5cfI NOT JrLii si4t- xJuwa us4 indLosSOF For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature For Over Thirty Years S Ll CASTORIA of In Use CASTORIA TNI OIIIITV NEW yo CITY tz S COMPANY N R Row Of Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise are made by artists not by amatures We know how to finish a picture to give it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll be satisfied with our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Easter clothes get old TflE pOX STUDIO LEWIS Y LEAVELL President WALKER VIe Prest OROANIZED 1883 Tlje GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISM SURPLUS IO M B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I Photographs I J J I l I 1 t I I Beautiful iw k I I I Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the are rightprices Such a perfect combination can only our store will find this to be so by just paying us a Paints Oils Varnishes Etc Phone Main street DANVILLE KY NABOTH JRNnbotliJrls a rich red bay six years old and full 16 hands hlghwefghs 1225 pounds and Is a horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck and carrying a fine tall He Is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action aud like all sons of old Naboth he has great natural speed in harness and a greater racking horse can not be found In the State of Kentucky I have been a dealer In fancy horses for ten years furnishing them for all the markets In thiS country acd I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise better ones As is generally known there Is scarcity of good horses and those suitable for the Eastern mar ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond all doubt Is a horse that will produce that type of horses that the market demands and for which the public Is willing to pay high prices I purchased this great young 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 You will note that thisJStsUion has the blood of Old Naboth Hambletonian 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wlie Mnbrluo Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay v PEDIGREE By Naboth 10016 219 He by jfcaWDf ham 2166 sire of Latitude 219i and several others In he list Walsingham by George WilkesTN Naboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr fcjOW Heaenger Chief Second dam by CrU by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred V Naboth Jr will be kept during the season of l 6 at7 t le in Lancaster Ky and will be premltted to serve stares at the very low price flBre living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices butao POBslWHtv assumed for accidents or escapes of tocK committed to my care Lancaster found at You JMtay125 Old Naboths first dam Tinsel of ilambletonian byHarryDavl 1500 a WB BUR NJ h cibbzs i byMeuer Darock 106 eon to Business items See Pug Hes the ice man tf Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins House Paint Haselden Bros Cane seed at Wards 1 40 per bushel I Best seed potatoes Currey Hero dou tf I Sweet Potatoes 30 cts per peck at Wards All kinas of whitewash brushes at Wards To save money on Harness Haselden Bros I have the coldest ice on market tf Pug Elkin Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received Haselden Your appetite can be satisfied to the I fullest at S A Walkers Phone 83 Ice Crean Soda Water at FHsbfes Drug Store tf All kind of water melon seed at Wards grocery There is but one Buberoid Rooting We sell it Haselden Bros Save your money buy Neverwett Rooting John Magee Try our canned goods The best in town Currey Herndon tf Fresh vegetables every week Currey Herndon International Stock Poultry Food at Currey Herndon tf We are headquarters for all kinds of vegetable plants of the very best qual ity Currey Herndon tf Bring vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf A nice lot of two feet boards on hand now John Magee When in town call and see our drip coffee pot The only one on the Cnrrey Herndon tf See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash ete John Magee You will always find in my stock the latest novelties in china queens ware Phone 83 S A Walker We have just received a large new line of freezers Dont fail see them tf Currey Herndon Dont fail to get Blankes coffee when in town Sold only by Currey Herndon tf See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McBoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky I will stand the tine Jersey bun Otter at my farm at 82 money due when services rendered 5 4 tf Embry We pay more for country produce than any one in town Dont fail to bring us your eggs Currey Herndon- tf Our Ice Cream I simply del icious Try a glass Wrisbles Drug Store tf Just Received New lot sewing machine and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Handsomest line of cut ever brought to Central Kentucky just 0 pened at Morrow tf Just Received fA swell line of ties for Jrommence went Get one before picked over West Please call and get your watch or clock which I have repaired The work is ready and you should call for it at once I P Thompson tf For the Public Good If you want a good cup of coffee try our Yale Brand Phone 83 tf S A Walker We have just a Inew line collars and Wilson BrosErUf Come and see them Betweon Danville and Lancaster on at the Blue Front Lancaster Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Get a handsome set of ware worth 750 free See Mount Elkins ad vertisement in this paper for lars Wanted About ten or acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for year Ap ply to this office tf For Sale oak marble top side board marble table 3 pieces fui niture Carpets Majestic Range Nearly all as good as new tf In selecting presentsfor tlm Grad uating clasp remember that is Frlsbles Drug Store j ht We keep their full assortment and ways fresh Frisbies Drug Store tf Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roope and limber neck quickly cured by Rx 4 11 44 or Itcosts nothing Ask your local druggist 50cts tf Fine Hogs For Sale I have a number of Im ported English Berkshire for saleThey are perfect specimens and it will please you to at them Address EC Stanford Ky tf Residence For Sale Will be glad to show the prospective buyers I i n r see market Wm S I Soil t are Hemp I gatten Hemp I West Lot umbrellaCoal Jno E Stormes t ere etLowneys LancasteraI- l Desiring to buy a larger residence I streetatand has ProtobJ g I t neeedl lea partS all modern yifr fof sio II H Niitticoit Just Received a car load of Lime H B Northcott Important Notice Kx 411 44 is sold under a positive guarantee by your local druggist to cure cholera roope and limber neck Price 5Octs tf Do not fail to see our J of Sum mer Under wear as we have everything new Good Harness Mare Will sell a No I harness and brood mare 7 years old For particulars inquire of J P Doty or call at this office tf Tomatoes Cellery Early Sweet Potatoes Extra oer all of the best quality Joseph Faulconer 3t We have the best 50 shown in this place i s For sale Lime Black Diamond and Fortaid Cement II 2t I am to do the best and Pressing on shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed Ring phone No 223 S B Baker tf We are headquarters for everything In the paint line and give you better value tor your money than I7iokn Tomatoes Cabbage and Sweet Pota to plants all varieties Phone 212 tf Smith Goods delivered quickly and your order tilled exactly as give tf S A Walker Phone 83 For Sale One of the most desirable houses in Lancaster Call at residence corner of Paulding and Water street A Iso a number of useful housebold articles D D Geiger For Sale 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 barn 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 on Lexington pike well improved with of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are well fenced For futh er particulars call on or address Tom Herring Marksbury Ky Entire New Stock I have an entire new stock of groceries etc and there is not one article of old goods in my house Call and see Everything fresh new and clean patronage is appreciated Phnoe 83 S A Walker The Best Flour I have the celebrated Flour on hand and can make a price that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the many ex celling qualities of this Flour I have it in barrels Frank B Marksbury Notice Coal Salt Corn Hay I alsu pay market fcrfce for Corn Hay and Bacon See before you sell I will make it profitable to you I want your business also your company when in town Phone 140 A Jones tf All persons in debted to me for hats will please settle with Miss Lena Bright before the middle of May as all outstanding account will beplaced an attorney for at that time Mrs Fannie Lear tf Hurry Up Those parties who have brought work to me had better hurlY and call for it as it has been repaired for some charges I P Thompson the Jeweler Best Richest and Cheapest When you order a floral design as a matter of course you want It to be it will be sent to Bell the Florist of Lexington who has the for giving the best satisfaction and most and reasonable prices I will appreciate your order and take great Josepn Mercantile Cos store tf Fireproofand Weatherproof Roofing Farmers Builders and Contractors can save from 25 cts per square brands in complete ready to lay Any saw and carpenter can lay it Our prices will your eyes We also handle the best black Carbon paint for Iron and paint We be pleased to sam pIes and either in person or by mAil KarsunerWitbers Roofing Co Wholesale Dealers E Main Lsxinjrton Ky 4t i I LHue 2 lcken befor Hem Plants 75 shirts Il West B North cut Clean- Ing wll anyone else Drug S pre tf Plants Mrs Geo on hand at all times I I sell cheap e passedI adaptability pains to please you Arthur Joseph at toll00 00 Ready We carry sixteen tlon Roofing I i 5 tin U ing ill West Ballard a HOWES SOMETHING NEW andehtirely different from the old style Made 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 GUARANTEEt- hem 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 you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable TJ Howe Cot Opticians Ky C 1 k i1 I LsidsvUk IFAMILY AfEGUAaJI Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr chce to her famous Uncles Great Throat and Iung Cure The best family safeguard is a reliable household that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations nose sore and bronchial affections that will the childrea proof against alt contagious diseases a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh all lung and fame of German Syrup as a con Butr cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to sizes 250 750 All For Bale by R E BIcHoberts The fellow who has lost his self has lost his best asset Postmaster Robbed G W Pouts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For twenty years I had a cronic liver complaint which led to such severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Billiousness Neuralgia Weak ness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonder ful Tonic At Mc Roberts SOcents 1m You cant control worry with will power Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increase They save you from danger and bring quick and painless relief from constl pation and ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by R E McRobers Druggist 25c Try them 1m Public SaleON Saturday June 2nd I will otTer for sale my farm of 200 a cres situated on Lexington pike about 3 miles from Danville to the highest bidder The land is an excellent state of cultivation with good improve ments practically new well waleied all aud necessary outbuildings Will al so sell a lot of brood sows 15 head of cattle including heifers and cows 1 mare and colt about 60 ewes and lambs A lot of other stuff too numerous to mention C F YEAGKR DANVILLE KY That Smooth Finish respect Drugstore n es The Two I mild So much desired by all men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If us a trial bundle We will call for vour work want eldence send MAN LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Jesse DWearen Iisiruce Areat Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owner Lancaster and Garrard coua ty Kentucky who m y be seeking insurance at tine Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Games Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand PRICE 50c B E McBoberts druggist has the ex lusive agency for this water in Kentucky Whites Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY Duke of Garrard Dark combined stallion hands high 4 yearsold heavy and till He will the season my stable at Me Dreary at 8 to Insure a Living Colt Duke of Garrard by Duke of Boyle by Duke of Denmark 1st by Annie Bell Wal lace Denmark 2nd dam Lady Messenger by ike of Boyle first darn Jennie by Black Squirrel I will also at same place stand my big black jack Morgan same terms Duke of Garrard Eight Dollars to insure living colt up and all Beecber Morgan 4 15 hands high by Billie bic he Old out Jen net by John Morgan he by Mamadake and it mares at 7590 to 16066 A lien retained on colt for season noiey When mare lg tradedor parted with money la due J W HILL McCrearyKy I I I Crab OlClard Conc Dcrated Water Lancaster C C Ba I5 maD AbdaUah 3rd Lady Morgan old Stonewall Jackson I as I ears 1 eBt aB Ir Jennet dam b3rd Prince he 2nd Prince tie by t Porter t k I I make ig t Beech er Joe Blaci burn mp lrluce i darn Daisy by Dixie he Irvine Dixie by tsd dam Nell b i HiLLTKE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS t KingsNew FOR OLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHS Price Free Trial 60c 1 100 I Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Madison Dare 2162 Blood Day Stallion 153 bands high foaled in May 1902 weighs 1150 pounds by Chester Dare No 10 by Black Squirrel Madisons 1st dam Nancy S he by On Time No 745 he by Jackson No 72 2nd dam by Gills Ver mont 104 3rd dam by Reids Shylock 4th dum by son of Copper Bottom FS Madison Dare has great style and action plenty of bone carries good tall and a well gaited saddle horse Madison Dare will serve approved mares at Ten Dollars to insure living colt Stable on McGroty Wm MACK HUGHES Danville Highland Stock Farm- I offer this season the service of BLACKBURN This combined harness and saddle Stal lion will make the present season at the Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at 10 to Insnre a Living colt which is less than any horse of his breeding standing for in the county DESCRIPTION AND PEDIOUEE Blackburn is 6 years old 16 hands high and solid black Was by Senator Blackburn by Dillard Dudley by John Dillard Indian Chief by Imported Chief the premium horses of their Blackburns was by iriif oniau by Administrator by Hani by ISroumighs Denmark old Black Denmark Imp Senator Blackburns dam was by Bunions DIomede2nd dam jraf Ionians dam Delia Millions copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the dam of Kavanaughs Grey Eagle 3rd dam by Masons 4th dan Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums at yule Richmond Paris German town llnstonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever be was lie was the best combined stallion in the United States IRa colts took premiums wherever shown Many of lila were never beaten One colt was sold for 1800 and Senator Black burn was sold for JlJJtOand he is living to day and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one of the finest individuals in the country He is an extra heavy bone with good feet body with square hips and is a first mule Jack Some of his colts sold last year for 75 He is 6 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 will not be responsible accident should any occur Lein tamed 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 A M MILES Buckeye Ky FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER ISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more WAS miff TIME B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run year had to abandon work I had three the best physicians who did me ao good and 1 was to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I wai TW1 Ste AO ILH For seitby C C J B Stormes y d id n i of 190b Stonewall lot 2nd dam by by cas 2 KIDNEYCURE a SIZES r I SEOfl a I liedgefo Lye r atIrly KI IT Hay horse 15f hands high foaled in 1898 This horse is a good nailed and a show horse of the very high est type lie will make the present season at my place on the old Crab Orchard and Richmond road 1 mile from the Itichmond and Lancaster pike at TEN DOLLARS to insure a cult WitS bred by William Simp of New York He y Wilkes out of Miss Lane by Mninbrlno Iutcheii Miss Lane Is double producing daughter of Mumbnuo latehen She produced Miss Wilton with a record of 225 and Cnrnellfiu 22C Caruellans 2nd dam is Miss Carey who la a daughter of Al tnont SJ the best sou of Abdullah his 3rd dam was Idaho by Vermont His 4th dam Snow Dull by Grey Eagle I will also stand my big Black Jack at the same price arid on the seine terms a Carnelian Green is 10 hand high 6 years old WALKERPaint Ky ParagonBay Horse 16 hands high Sired by Jav Bird 5060 Florida 182 gran dam of 2nd linn Lady Ham b Hambrlno 820 damof Kd Winter etcrd lulU Mollie by Aslilnnd 47 4th dum lirlttcm by Mnnibrliio Britton5th clam Kit by Sir Walter Jay Bird 5W4 sire of Huvthorue20r Allerton a WJi Early Bird 210 Invader 210 aridl others by George Wilkes o damLady i sunk by StarisiParagon il handsome Individual offine conformation and style with extremeaction and Ills sire Bird is one of the greatest living sires and that hi blood breeds on Is by the fact that hissons have sired over 2K stiaidxrd performers including Locuudu 2o Susie J JayMcGregor Eagle 207 und ninny other 211 performers while Paragonsdam Oneida 217 tilt grand dam of liraceBond fi4 the greatest racing thetrotting tin f has ever his second damLady Ham is the data of Hawthorne 2Wi Kd etc You will see from theabove that Paragon is one of the best bred horses rind there is no reason why heshould riot become one of Jay Birds greatestsons His record is no measure of lila ashe could trot in 215 or letter Should Para son fall to get von a trotter he is a horse of inch flue conformation size action style andfinish that lila get will certainly commandfancy prices for high road and carriage cannot be produced enoughto supply the demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder His colts are all good individual and show wonderful speed arid action He tvillmuke the season my stable three miles North atonlyFifteen Dollars to insure a living colt A leln retained on colt to secure service fee Season due if parted with or bred to other stock Cared taken to prevent accidents lint riot responsible should any occur Telephone at residence No 1W U Lancaster Exchange FOREST STAPP Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION No31362f trotter J CAR EfI Ron I lied a Gill s GREEN himself 2291 4 1st dorm Oneida 217rGruce Homl Hawthornc2tl i on b vcr 2U7 seell and Winter al o 106 lit i Carrielian i t size sheen 2OO4 orses mare- S Neatwood JrCoal Black Stallion son of Nutwood full 16 hands high heavy vjane and tail and excellent carriage NEAT WOOD will make the season of 1100 at my farm 2i miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at the low price of 8 to Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on colt for service lee Care taken to prevent accidents but riot respell sible should lilly occur Neatwood Jr the mare is parted with lie has proven himself to be II No 1 breeder NKATWOOD Jr Sire of 2r Neat Bud 22ii by Nutwood S1SJ 1st daiii dam of Ocala of Hilda dam of Cuyler Coast 221 Hagnr 2J5 Coast Range trial 220 of La Grads dam of Knright 217 Linwood 2 2j50jJ of Dainty dam of Crayon 221 and grand dam of Waif 22 Blackwood 71 2d dam by Alexanders Norman 25 3d dam by Smiths Highlander 4th dam Goods Arab- I will also stand 2 Jacks at each These Jacks are 16 hands high with large bone and mussel Sold several colts last year at wean ing time for 1U eachWm LEARLancaster Ky Chester Squirrel Will make the season of 1COG on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt one month old A lien retained until season nionev Is paid Jlonej due when the mare Is traded or to other stock Cure taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should occur Chester S old 16 hands high a dark chestnut sorrel he is the of finish plenty of courage but kind natural saddle und harness owe a lu from possessing thnrwondcr fnl style characteristic of the which the worlit acknowledges as superior to as a show boise Chester has proven himself No 1 breeder his colts to eastern buyers for good prices them selling 30000 to Pedigree sired Chesterdare No 10 N S H R he by Black 58 be by Black 74 he by King 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 by Gaines Cl he race horse Denmark F 8 imported Chester Squirrels dam Tele and Hippy by Chief and Vermont as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered all to be one of the greatest brood mares in Kentucky At the same time and place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for JennetJohn Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by and is out an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Joe Blackburn he 3rd he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1 st dam Daisy by Dixie she b Irvin Dixie by dam Nell points He has himself a No 1 breeder selling for 10000 to 110 from the last T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county as a can didat to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky 1C Cognress to succeed Hon G O Gilbert subject So the action of the Democratic party Jo J It Roywood 1 221 2IS Orllc wood b b lOiO 4 rdare fam- Ily eli lt William and lcd r MORGAN Jr IC He l hands black with whiter e teat t I She2h4 perfectly ug iOtiiO raph Fine Jack Gray by Lord 3rd dam by is high solid 5z