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SEIEXTEEXTII LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 25 1906 r THEYEAR NUB1l 8 rf ECOR4 CENTRAL R 4 1 III I Until yon have seen Iour ncw line of 1 f f 4 Ilarn I Ve have a beautilul line iof both and can and will 5- c i i M n v Ii for if 1J1 I VJtI et tI 1 J Q lia 1M Bn8otluels t fW tR L DAVIDSON jAttorney At Law Offiee over IoIlee Court room lrGmpt to business z rtf1 r tUI rEI rU t t1en IS fIi5 i Olace over Thompous store st J nY l 3- t t Buaies e ftN11p t s 1q Save you 1- p sa t attention u wzs errs paw e i r vy Local Gossip County court next Monday Meet your friends at Union Depot June 1 I will serve dinner next court day at my home on Water street A good meal at low price Miss Lena Bright Mr J W King of Louisville sold a car load of light bone Kansas horses ia this city last Saturday the sales be ing conducted by Capt Ike M Dunn at t Ie stock pens They averaged 41 50 A Sad Accident In crossing the railroad tracks near in Lincoln county Miss Bet s c Engleman was instantly killed by tie train Saturday She was a frequent visitor in Lancaster and had many friends here who deeply deplore her untimely death i The United Daughters of the Con will decorate the graves of their old soldiers May 2lth promptly at 10 oclock Mr W C Young will give t ie address at the cemetery alt Inter ested are especially invited to be pres ent and to bring lowers The old veterans especially invited U D C G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Iii home lat fe WI bniod I L J J BeazleyUndertaker leracy li Wm Herndon l rterial Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 and i Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile I t just returned from Ithe marKets with another I stock of I Spring and Summer I Dry Goods Notions Etc This stock is fresh and new embracingall the latest creations for the Spring and Sum mer of no old stock to work oil on the people but supply with the NEWEST AND BEST I at the very lowest prices Call see our pretty goods CoT- e have immense 1 1006 We have you i and The Joseph Mercantile COMPANp AL Follow the crowd They are all to Union Depot June 1 See the funny folks at the Union Depot At Court House June 1 Ed F M Tinder has returned from I Ghent Ky where he just closed a re vival during which there were 24 ad ditions to the church Jno E Pounds the noted evangelist of Indianapolis will assist in a pro traded meeting to begin at the Chtis flan church about Oct 1st A noted singer will also be engaged for the meeting Eld Tinder will be away again next Sunday but the pulpit at the Christian church will be filled by some other minister possibly Prof McGarvey who will preach both morning and evening and at New Antioch in the afternoon Garrard County Many of our business men propose having a home coming for Garrard county people one day during the Louisville gatheringThey propose hav ing an old fashioned barbecue and burgoo at which all may enjoy them selves as of old We suggest that some organization be effected at once or it will be too late County Sunday School Convention The Garrard County Sunday School Convention will meet in Lancaster next Saturday morning and a large number of delegates will be present The session will open at 930 A JP in the Baptist church At noon dinner will be served to delegates and visitors The public is corgially invited to at tend the essione A Fine Sermon The baccalaureate sermon delivered at the Methodist church Sunday tight by Dr C F Evans of Carlisle evinced a high degree of learning and culture on the part of the speaker and was well and favorably received by the large audience Prof Mannix is quite successful in all his appointments and the people of Lancaster owe him a debt of gratitude for securing the ser vices of such an able man Prosperity The closing exercises of Lancaster Graded School under the management of Prof Mannix and his competent assistants reminds us of the fact that we have one of the best schools in Ken tucky We also have some of the best lawyers and doctors in the county We have four Chnrclus with large membership Every line of business is represented by enterprising mer chants Our roads are splendid and our soil i very fertil1 These and many other advantages are inviting immigration and property is bringing good prices It is not only true that the town is so dry that liquor cannot ba bought for love or money but the want of has been very hurtful to several crops Meadows hemp and oats have been injured but they may come out vet as Garrard seldom fails to have abundant crops We are all interested in the welfare of the farmer as all wealth comes out of the ground in mining lumber or agricultural interests and the people only do when the farmer mer does well Abundant ClOpS insure low prices 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 ping 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 cutanddried temperance lecture and while you will be given a good talk on that all important subject yet there is so much wit injected that you will enjoy every word Remember the date May 29 Commencement Exercises The Christian church was crowded Tuesday evening by friends and rela tives of the graduating class of Lan caster High School who represented the high standard of culture and learning hitherto manitained by Gar rard county in a highly acceptable manner reflecting great credit upon their families and the community They certainly commence life with superior advantages and will be bright stars in the galaxy of the social world The graduating class is as Misses Letty Mae McRoberts Edna B Mason Mary H Doty Sophro nia J Fox Norma E Elmore Messrs Geo M Hendrickson L Thurston West Horace L Walker Logan R Smith Shirley Hudson Holiday Clay Kauff W Bradley Johnston Harry D Elmore Bascom C Ford John W Dunn On account of the large in class only the following took part in the exercises Miss Letty Mae McRoberts subject The American Ideal Miss Edna B LostMo ments Lost Life Thurston Modern Hendrick son Education and Civic The diplomas were by Judge Lyman Chaukley K U law department Lexington and his ad dress was a literary gem musk was furnished by Mr W B West organ 1st Mr Jno M Farra and Mr John Ray and was greatly enjoyed Too Dry rain man Mason West going HomeComing generally follows number Knightnood Geo delivered President The d CyAy Dr McCormasks Lecture Those who failed to hear Dr at the Christian Church Wednesday evening missed a whole treat His subject was The Relation of the Medical Profession t Public lie was introduced to i moderately large audienca by Mr W 1 Williams in a graceful manner The audience gave him their undivided attention from beginning to end The Doctor has been delivering lee tures over the United States in the in terest of the American Medical As sociation undertaking to elevate the standard of the profession and improve the public health His vast as Sccty of the State Board of Health for 25 years his acquaintance with q ricks and quackery eminently qualify him to speak words of wisdom The Doctor spoke in an impressive manner easily understood by old and young all of whom were pleased witn his eloquence and wit Many facts were stated to them that should make them appreciate more fully the dignity and honor of the profession whose members are with them at their birth attend them during years of adversity and prosperity and are with them at their death Such an ex position of the doctor should be of service to the profession and the public and should bring about a bet ter understanding and better pay for the arduous labors of the often over worked phjsician After hearing such an address should have more appreciation should have more generosity more charity more respect for their family physicianThe Home Journal and Weekly were complimented by the doctor for the stand taken with reference to patent medicines and warned the public as to the many dan gers attending the use of nostrums whose contents are kept secret Many dangers lurk in socalled baby sooth ers all of which contain morphine or opium in some form He told of mil isters of the gospel disgracing their profession and bringing ruin to them selves by using and recommending patent medicines composed largely of mean whiskey Many ministers have become chronic lcoholics without ever suspecting the cause to be in the secret nostrums advertised in religious journals and recommended by leading ministersThe of our community owe a debt of gratitude to Dr McCortnack for his expose of cheap cut rate prescribing druggists and self appointed ignoramuses who defraud the people and do irreparable damage to the public and to the medical profession The doctors appreciate the good work being done by Dr Mc Cormack in bringing medical matters before the public in a true light him in the good work until shall receive their just dues and the public be so educated as to be able to prevent the spread of all contagious and infectious diseases The doctor will return sometime in the future to give another lecture when he will be greeted by an imaiansa audience Employees in the north wing of the Capitol witnessed a novel scene in the Senate ladies gallery Friday of the rate bill A few minntes before 10 oclock a welldressed elderly woman entered the gallerys swinging doors and made her way to the front seats Drawing from her capacious shopping bag a collection of silks and laces she placidly threaded a needle and pro ceeded the making of a waist Even after the galleries were and the Senators had begun work she plied her needle Not until tIle routine business was over and the rate bill was trotted out did she put her sewing aside The interest now naturally centers around the heated controversy in which the President finds himself with Senators Tillman and Baily and former Senator Chandler since the rate bill itself is settled successfully President Roose velt has announced himself as pleased with the measure and so have radi cals and conservatives alike Every body indeed is rejoicing that a prac ticable and finished piece of legisla tion has been accomplished instead of a tentative measure which would still leave shippers and carriers up in the air Died In California J C Jennings one of the little twin boys of Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Los Angeles Cal fell asleep in Jesus Monday evening Maj7tli The rosebud was given into the keeping of the earthly parents only eight short weeks and then called to bloom in that where no chill winds blight No one knows the heartaches of the father and mother but they are comforted that He said suffer the little ones to come unto me for of such is the kingdom of Heaven Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or of dates Lancaster July 18 3 days Hustonville July 25 3 days Danville August I 3 days Harrodsburg August 7 4 days Fern Creek Aug 14 idays Vanceburg Aug Columbia Aug 21 4 Shepherdsville Aug 21 4 days Aug Guthrie Aug 22 3 days Nicholasville AUK 28 3 days Shelbyville Aug 28 4 days Florence Aug days Bardstown Aug 29 EliZibetbtown Sept days Paris Sept days Monticello Sept 11 1 days Glasgow Sept days Falmouth Sept 264 days Mc- Cormack he Colliers doctors Godspeed I I I trilled 154 days 224 294 days 43 15 124 come experience everyone doctors garden S PFtT5 S UKYANTSYILLE Miss Levy Dunn attended commece went at Midway Dr J II Durham and wife were in Lexington last week Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav ell are visiting in North Mitldletown Miss Nelle Long of Danville is the guest of Misses Maud and Mable Mar tinMrs JelT Dunn and Mrs W J Hagan have been on the sick list for several daysMr and Mrs Sam Baker of Wilmore spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W L GlassMrs Chalmers Gallaher of Memphis Tenn is visiting her father Mr C T JenkinsMiss will go to Lexington next week fora visit to Miss Mary Ramsey Miss Mae Scott closed her school here JJVidav Miss Scott is a very sue cessful teacher Miss Elizabeth Bryant who has been attended school at Richmond has returned home Mr Hagan Ballard who has been at Rev W D Vclhurn and wife of Bur gin spent a few days here visiting friends and relatives Mr R II Porter of Louisville was here last in the interest of the Central Security Co Miss Reed of Caldwell college is expected Friday fur a short visit to Miss Anna Kay Jenkins Miss Virgil Harris who has been the guest of Miss Pattie Burks has return ed to her home at Danville Little Miss Marie Ballard of Lan caster has been spending a few days with her cousin Mss Mayme Ballard Miss Minnie Jackerson and Mr Bugle were married at the home of the brides parents near here Wednes day afternoon Misses Gertrude and Emma Craw ford and Mae Day of Caldwell college spent from Friday until Monday with Mrs G B Rose The district Sunday School was held at the Methotlistchurch Saturday afternoon The program was very much enjoyed and there j were addresses Rev Jolly t f NichoUisvFlle Carpenter o f Lex and Wilburn of Burgin Misses Joe Helen Wadelee Marot entertaiaed a number of their friends very pleasantly at an reception Tuesday afternoon from half past four until six The guests were received on the lawn and the occasion was one of the must enjoyable of the i season The Misses Maret proved themselves ideal hostesses expectedhome It f I I i1 i r I fI m P g rn I Ii by ffi in ton an d ill info rami I ill I L i i j 1 It week I Martin a invention L t merican Lady Corsets B SI Dashingly Stylish Perfectly Fitting f A Shape For Every Figure 1 3 have just received complete line H of this HOiBargains 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 Choice Logan Dry Goods COM3 e SLIPPERS THE- m I iii p J V6r t A NY Theres a and dash to these newDouble Breasted t Stick Suits of IOOO swing cant but appeal to knowing dressers The coat long with wellproportioned shoulders and large shapely lapels The trousers are gracefully pegged and made in plain or turnup style And the clothes will wear as well as they look because of the thoroughly good thats put into em There are several dozen fabrics of the newest designs to choose from And just 10 We can save you money on Hats and Furnishing Goods LOGAN The House of Quality THAT tailoring Shees SOT n- A SALT fresh salt just received We Have it in 7 bushel barrels 5 bushel barrels and 2 bushel sacks SEED All kinds offield seed COAL Best grades of COAL FEED Hay Oats Corn Chop Etc FLOUR Ballard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrels Prompt service Telephone BANKS HUDSON 6ar Load of McCormack BindersMviowers just received Cant we interest you MOUNT We have just received nice line of We will give you your choice for every twenty dollars y worth of goods bought of us for cash We have a fine line of a FURNITUREon hand at right prices Call and see and be convinced q J C ROBINSON J B COLLIER Salesman The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year THE BEST 1S GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING P 1- Stormes Drug Store Lime and Cement Pure Anderson County WHISKEY IS OUR SPECIALTY 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 MAY MAY DAY YOUR MOVE The move should be to emphasize the importance of rent Destruction of rented building means loss of rental income Protection against such loss important for all and is a duty in the case of trusteescxecutorsadministrators and guardians J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with Bast in Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 t mtftA Cad I I I I26 I I- ti J fIj bX0y rffgglffjDlii lqiLJll I I o Ii e I ELK I N I r07fjTfiYllJjl fJl11 r0 JrlJI 11I J I I 8 I 1 ftAEm i i ISQ rnM I J tijli w fiJ ffiJtijrrJJ I 1JIJI WI U III U1I I ii I JUlrK TfL 11 lIFILt lit ii01Ut I o FREE i l yMy- s l3 YIViI PIGTLRES PREMED i C Ix t 1f3 Insurance positive Er Q Q E i a CENTRAL Issiited Weekly One Dollar per Tear LOUIS LANDRAM Entered al the Pott Office in LancatUr Ky at SecondClam Mall Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ry May 25 1906 J n McQuerry sold 2 fat hogs to Earnest Woods at Hi cts Rev A C Baird bought a sow and pigs from Tim Stigall for 3750 V H Furr and wife spent Sunday W Spanglers near Crab Mrs Dora Clause has gone to to see a specialist for lung troubleMr Coldiron a former Flat wood boy but now a resident of Iowa is with his father for a short visit Capt A M Bourne lost one tine fami ly mare Rev Nelson will preach at Pleasant Sunday Dont forget to attend James Whites sale Saturday afternoon Wanted A good farm hand with small family Apply to A M or E S BourneMr Bourne and wife and little sou Robert Walter visited Home folks Sunday Mr Lee Austin who was badly by a threshing machine a few weeks ago is improving slowly LOWELL is visiting Mrs Clara Bettis of Lancaster Mrs Ida Mae Hurte was in Rich mood a few days last week Mr Will Howe was here last week to see his sister Mrs Ida Kinnard Mr Charlie Fcloyd from Giles is visiting his brother at the Best place Mrs Belle Henderson who has been visiting her daughter has returned homeMrs Richard Brown who has been spending several weeks with her par cuts near Lancaster has returned homeMrs Fado Parks and little son who has been in for several days have returned Mr Jesse Dunn and Mack went to Dunncannon Monday to do some carpenters work Mrs Bertie Brown and son Elmer have gone to Paris to spend several weeks with her parents BEUNA VISTA Miss Aleen Scott is the guest of her aunt in Lexington Victor Ruble is at home from Gin ciutiati Business College Ed Flag Jr of Danville was a visitor at Wm Christophers last week Mr James Burrows of Point Leavell was the guest of James Spilman last week Miss Irene Ruble spent a few days of last week with her sister Mrs Scott at Brvantsville Miss Robe of Coldwell Cal was the charming guest of Miss Bessie Balton from Friday until Monday Miss Florence Christopher and brother attended the funeral of Pendleton at Danville Monday Miss Bertha Christopher will leave this week to visit relatives and attend at Asby college Virginia King is visiting in Danville from these she will come to Wilmore to attend Bellevlew PAINT LICK Elmore Fryerson is at home CC McWhorter continues quite sick Dr G W Casenburg is in Knoxville Mr and Mrs E N Paine were here Friday Saturday afternoons here are like court day in Lancaster Little Coral Casenburg suffering with a broken arm Misses Kate and Mary Engleman are on the sick list this week E C McWhorter shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Friday Mrs Elizabeth Shumate is visiting Mrs Fannie Jones of Danville Mr Will Tudor of Louisville is visit log his mother Mrs Eliza Tudor Mr Harry Francis has for his guest Mr Joe Baker of Duluth Nina Mrs J II Carlisleof Clif tonForgeVa is the guest of her mother Mrs Frya son Cuildrens day exercises be held at the hall here on Sunday in June Mrs Pattie Engleman sold to JWade Walker a sow and pigs for 2800 Misses Lydia Champ and ston are visiting Mrs John at Point Leavell Paint Lick High School closed Frig day with an entertainment given at Fishes hall The young ladles and gentlemen ale to be congratulated The line and very good order mantained I n t rj ors I REcORD and at Mr G Orchard Richmond I injured 1 Flatwood I Commencement I I Tenn Is theIst Anderson FLATWOOD n BET 1IS lilt Miss ilettieSpratt fir Miss visit Jessie program was was x 3ter ittti yr- r r FrM Rcyl on of Mrs was visiting Mrs J C Wilson Sunday Rev J filled his appoint ment here Sunday James Grayson bought a mule from Thos Stigall for 13000 L Kennedy has refused an an offer of 85 for a mule colt Mr P EParrish and wife spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs J M Cress S Morgan received several hogs here last week paying 51 cts for them Miss Hallie Anderson has been her sister Mrs Georze B Brown Sutton and Sowdcr sold a sow and pigs to Beverly Broad tl us for 28 00 Mr Acres will have his gasoline mill ready for grinding in a few Jays Miss Kate Payne has bean visitirg her brother and sister Mr J F Payne and wife Mr William Lawson and family spent Sunday with Mr and MrsD W Faulkner J K Sutton and Levy Sowder were in the mountians looking for stock last week Miss Hallie Brown has been visiting Lillie Thompson at her beautiful home near here Mrs Garner and daughter Miss Lillie of Cedar Creek were visiting Mr and Mrs Dave Thompson Snuday Retrospective Backward turn backward oh time in your flight feed me on gruel again just for tonight I am so weary of soleleather steak petrified biscuit and vulcanized cake oysters that sleep n watery bath and butter as strong as Goliath of Gath Weary of paying for what I cant eat chewing up and calling it meat Backward turn backward how weary I am give me a swipe at grandmothers jam Let me drink milk that hasnt been skimmed let me eat butter whose whiskers have been trimmed let me once more have an oldfashioned pie then Ill be ready to curl up and die Exchange Swine Tuberculosis Volumes might be said and written on swine diseases but there is one that deserves particular mention at this time and that is swine In most cases this plague is not discovered until the carcasses come under government inspection and then the infected hogs have to be destroyed Of course this throws the loss on the buyer but many lead ing buyers say that such losses will soon be thrown back on the seller This disease is said to be caused many times by feeding to hogs the dead or cows and horses that are already infected with tuberculosis The from swine tuberculosis can no doubt be greatly lessened if breeders and feeders will take the matter in hand at once It is simply another case where the proper sanitary methods become absolutely necessary in profitable hog raising Ex What it Costs to Raise Tobacco An exchange thinks there is more money for the farmer in wheat at 1 per bushel than in tobacco at 200 per acre considering the labor and drain the land and the difference in the cost and methods of producing the two crops Wheat it is pointed out is and quickly put in the ground and then there is no more labor or trouble with the crop until the harvest and threshing season which with modern methods is a light and comparatively cheap job In contrast is the month of hard and drudgery and exposure to all sorts of weather and heavy outlay for help and hand hire and the quick ex hustion of the soil in the production tobacco After summing up the ex penses and receipts of a heavy yielding tobacco crop the profit is placed at not more than 30 per acre Thats about the correct figure and when you read ot such big money being made in grow ing tobacco justset it as coming from sources not posted as to the cost in money soil labor and buck grease of a tobacco crop Scietica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than twenty years Mr J B Massey of 3322 Clinton St Minn was tortured by scietica The pain aid suffering which he during this time is beyond Nothing gave him any permanent relief until he used Cham berlains Pain Balm One application of that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and less than one bottle effected a permanent If troubled with scietica or rheumatism why not try a 25 cent hot tie of Pain Balm and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS RATES To the West and Southweet On the First and Third Tuesday In May and June 1906 the Southern will have on sale special excursion tickets to point in the WestandSouthwest atgreatly reduced rates For Rates and further information call on or address W G Morgan D T A HO A or J F Logan T P A Lexington Ky tf CASTORIAFor Infants and CMldrea Yw Hm Signature of r Dr Farris C Carmical Mr J rubber ailment tuberculosis bodies dangers eas- Ily labor down Minneapolis endured comprehension Railway round- trip CT Del t Beare iit111iII1aiS1uI1 visiting cure ri Alw the 7 GOOD for OLD mid YOUNG g 0 C tl i It is August Plower keeps the children healthy strong vigor and frolic the whole long So when Mamma needs more they lush in high glee And shout to the druggist Please give it to me to get up brisk and fresh in the morning appetite pallor complexion these all a disordered stomach and bad in adults and children too also indicate the urgent need of taking Greens August Flower regu a few JIts a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never to cure dyspepsia and chronic constipation and jj a natural tonic for anti JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists g For Kale by K llcllotjcrtu K I Eight Hours Not Enongh In the Hfiht of the present agitation hour workday it is inter f estinf to read the statement of Edison the famous inventor that Americans eat too much sleep too lon r and do not K work hard enough for their own good Mr Edison as a poor telegraph operator lie never asked a union how many hours he might g does any other man who makes any tiling out of himself There is not a successful and certainly not a successful farmer anywhere who can thrive by p working eight hours a day The of the very men who are strik g intf work ten or twelve hours a day to devise plais whereby to keep the busi ness mill of the rocks and to increase the volume of jobs for the employees 4 takes more than hours except for a genius to accomplish success in this world of competition and even i when we get close to the genius itself we find that genius iscleliued as an in finite capacity of hard work There is work which is drudgery but usually it is a mere drudge who is it With a man of right spirit in good health it is almost impossible to overwork Millions of people overworry and it p not always the wage earner who is the victim of the ailment but few even amongst streneous Ame cans overwork Edison is right How Japs Keep Strong j The Central Record Readers Can Learn Something of Value from This ance of the Japanese soldiers and in the recent war has been the mar vet of all nations Both men and are well happy and strong The reason for this so careful tell us is that the Japanese from tj childhood up know how to keep well through care of the digestive system If they have trouble with indigestion heartburn wind on the stomach loss of appetite sleeplessness headaches rheumatic pains backaches or any of the other trouble caused by a weuk stomach they treat themselves with f some of the principal remedies that compose Mi ona a stomach remedy has already a large sale in at R E McRoberts So uniformly successful has the remedy been in curing all stomach g troubles where it is used in accordance with the simple directions given with k each box that R E McRoberts gives a signed guarantee with every 50 cent Jpackage to refund the money if Mi o na fails to benefit r He take all the risk If you have any stomach weakness aro nervous or fear that some articles of food will cause trouble and indigestion heres the op portunity to get well without risking a cent Those who use Mi o na are able to eat anything digestible without fear of ill results The Editor Editing newspaper is a nice thing If we publish jokes people say we are rattle brained If we dont we are fossils If we publish original matter they say we dont give them enough selections They say we are too lazy to write If we dont go to church we are heathens If we go we are hypocrites If we remain in the ofltee we ought to get out and hustle if we go out then we are not tending to business If we year old clothes they laugh at us If we wear good clothes thev say we have a pull Now what are we to do Just as likely as not some one will say we stole this from an exch ange So we did Richmond Climax Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livona Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysvllle Mo three of my custom ers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Discove 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 ence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by RE McRoberts Druggist SI Trial bottle free 1m w iv and it began work businessman employers eight do- Ing over worry hardlyknownsail- ors women investigators that Lancaster I I II Kings New ryand I wonderful medicine In I I fiOc and b n loran eight eithsr t i R most exist arr oJ I Vehi cles are the Best rrf Best Style Best Finish rList Longest 1 tr Our Quajit2rs Prices the Why not come and get one BUGGY and WAGON H A Deering Machinery Lowest Fi r s S Old rla fJlSliickry ROMANS ELMORE At fO The S ri New s- Q P mi r in colors with hut one ribbon Nu other typewriter does this r1 for zr I1lli1I0l1e z 1h Writes three Valuable Correspondence Intricate Tabular 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 The Smith Premier Typewriter Co 134 W 4th St Cincinnati Ohio m b N 1811 Cl a Work ii THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXV President- J E STORMES Vice S C Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr E T Embry Rookkeeper DIUKCTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny a Pas t PENN V Keep Your Money Safe Sli tILi He Solicit BusinessY 0 = E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED tttttt l We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 600000 M COY R L R Q GOYN J S J B WOODS E L ARNOLD BURROWS WOODS IIW nrpie roes y CPIS1r by Jc L Oor Custorne rs are Fully Protected Fidelity and Casuality Insurance n vPy4r S e CrnYf r Cr pq c M a n and closes Saturday June 2nd FR The Working Mans Friend for boys which we are offering at 8ic a pair Made out of the best percale and ginghams Also 20 dozen of brown and at 14c and a pair all f sizes This sale begins jrI S m May 26 Lancaster Ky f ijIJUST RECEIVED II I I 1 III 35 DOZEN WASH II I I III 19c III rdayI I a U III I II I I L U E 0 N T1I1B I H T a ersccaJlJI IJI I v III I KNEE PAtHS white linen i f I c riJ G BDAb w S- icOELD LOTHING MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS Tn 3 m 3t economical to buy because they are batter made and fit more perfectly than oth 3r suits sold at Popular Prices Genuine Vithout the Label On the Collar For sale by R H BATSON LANCASTER None 1ffifJJj Carriage a 12 Nell equipped for s I Bring in your Old Vehicle and have it made new I use the best rubber tire that money can buy W J R O JC L N Ii I I 1 SF rI Full and complete line of I I MidSummer i IMilLIN fRY I I The ladies are J invited to II inspect line please 1 you in both I ty and prIce I AdaM ItinnairdI I Miss Noels old Rich L PHONE 180 OOMOMOOOOOOOOMttH o0oooooeieoooe ooooo0000oooooaoo J cordially our as we can quail 2 stand mond street f V TWLL We are the leaders When buying your be certain to net The Very Latest Styles We have every thing I Millinery and at surpris ingly low prices Miss Bettie Broaddus I I I I II I I II I O CR 1 J FORD UpToDateness recognized headwear i- nCorrect 4 g tiLL WIi For the Farmer Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc A big corn deal was recently made iu Henderson county 150000 bushels of corn was bought at 5o cts per bush el by A Walles Co of Henderson Six or seven parties disposed of thier entire crops of her prize hens and 26 laid by anoth er of the famous fowls at one dollar each Besides these her sales of other turkey eggs aggregate over 200 for the season W D McIntyre of Millersburg sold to Roxie Davis 17 cattle averaging 1 120 pounds at 5 cts per pound and so 13 averaging 1010 pounds to Ben Woodard Jr at same price Mr was in Paris Friday and about 4500 pounds of wool from farmers around Paris which cost from 25 to 30 cents per pound The American Tobacco Comany closed its purchase of 1905 burley to bacco at Mt Sterling J N Hisle the buyer purchased about 4200000 nearly all of was raised in Montgomery county The price paid averaged eight cents making a total of 8330000 which was paid out to the by the American Tobacco Company alone Local buyers secured 989326 pounds at an average price of nine cents making the grand total for the 1995 crop in that county over 000 Talking on the future of the hog market Charles Goepper a prominent Chicago buyer said Last fall I was a bear in common with bog buyers the country We were wrong simply because we could not detect an abnormal demand I do not look for material lower price during the We are entering the summer packing season with every condition favoring the grower but my advice to country speculators is to avoid bulling the market Contracting hogs for summer at 6 cents is While prices have ruled high all winter speculators have not had a profitable season practialiy all the has gone to the grower I look a summer run of hogs and it is up to to mantain prices A factor in market ing will be the fail pig and June we may look for that crop Traderand countyhas alI McIntyre received pounds farmers 410 allover summer dangerous f C delivery andmoney for normal the consumer summer farrowed after V r t 1 I 3 I i I q i S 8 j 3 l I 3 a 19 y i l Gossip About People N v N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Ws Are Interested In Mr W S Ferguson of Covington is here for a few days Miss Mamie Bastin has returned to school in Lexington Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford is visit ing her sister in this city Mrs Lizzie Petty and son Mack left this week for Decatur Ills Miss Patsy Elmore of Versailles is visiting bliss Norma Eluiore Master Casie Gulley has accepted a position with Mr 11 B Northcott Mr and Mrs Alex Walker are relatives in Greensburg Ohio Judge R A Burnside and are in the mountians for a few days Mr and Mrs Win Anderson of Kirks vale are guests of Mrs Ann Miss Stella and Emory McWIiorter of Paint Lick were in Lancaster Mrs W L Bettis of Fairmount W Va has been visiting Lancaster rela lives Mr Ware McRoberts of Louisville is spending a few days with his pa rents Misses Margurite Kinnaird and An gle Kinnaird are visiting friends In LexingtonMrs Dunn is in Midway where her daughter Miss Ethel this week Mrs James Underwood of Parks ville is visiting her son R L Under wood this week Mr and Mrs Roy Hines of Illllsboro Ohio are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Mason Mrs Jennie Eastman after a visit to Mrs Patsy Kinnaird has returned to her home In Ohio Mr Hiram Arnold brakeman on the L N has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Sue Sutton of Marcellus have been the guests of J I Hamilton Miss Bertha Burnside has returned from several months visit to her McGugin of Howard Ohio Mr AM Kinnaird of Middlesboro is here tbisweek to see his mother Mrs U J y n I r visit- Ing son Sunday W I aunt Mrs QK I Tel Robins grates B Mrs ado at of Patsy Kinnaird who continues quite m Misses Martha and Helen Gill very enjoyable picnic in honor of their guest Miss Francis Peoples of Miss Mnrgnrct Tomllnson is in Lex nigton with her sister Miss Annell who graduates at Ilargermau Camp bell college Miss Lillian Cochram the beautiful little daughter of Cochran of Paint Lick is visiting her cousin Miss Burnie Lear Misses nettle Broaddus and Rosa Durkin accompanied bv John Amler son and J Mort were in Crab Orchard Sunday Burdctt Arnold left last week for Benton Harbor Mlcliigan where lie has accepted a position with his uncle Mrs M A Archer and children of Jcllico Tenn who was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Nevius of Parksville are visiting her brother It L Uudenvood in this city Edd Williams who has attended the past session of Kentucky Clasical and Business College of North Middle town Ky is spending the week with a classmate attending the conclave in Paris Judge M of Stanford was here several days ago looking after some legal matters The judge has a legion of friends in Garrard There is no more deservedly popular gentleman in the state Lexington IIeraldMiss Bessie Mae Lear of Lancaster who is on her way home from the Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati is stopping with her jj uncle W T Woolford on High street to attend the exercise of Hamilton jCollage Indianapolis News The marriage or Miss Nelle Anderson and J E Voris of Lexington Ky took place this c afternoon at the home of the brides sister Mrs Mary llarri Only a few friends were present for the ceremony which was preformed by the Rev Front C Hood of the East Washing tonstreet Presbyterian church The bride wore her traveling costume gray cloth with hat to match Mrs Voris will leave this evening J fora bridal trip and will be at home 5 in Lexington after June 1 bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs S Alex Anderson one of the oldest and most highly respected families in Gar j rard county She left Lancaster when quite small to reside with her sister Mrs Harris Invatations have been issued to the marriage of Miss Then Hemphill and Dr A Jackson McNeeso the wecltlinj to take place at the home of the brides parents Judge and Mrs J C licmphUl in this city Saturday afternoon June end at two oclock After the cere ninny the couple will take the after noon train for a trip to the Eastern cities remaining lor two weeks before returning to Lancaster Miss Hemp lull is one of the most attractive popular girls in Lancasters social beloved by old and young alike for her sweet manners and position For the past year she has had charge of the music class at Mad ison Institute Richmond Dr is a young physician of ability and has a bright future In Lan caster some time since and up a good practice Recently he decided to locate in Bowling Green and has been in that city since leaving Lancas ter Underwood Mrs Eliza Underwood died I her home at Parksville Saturday morning May 12th at eight oclock after a short illness of that dreadful disease tuberculosis She was the youngest daughter of James Under wood deceased and a sister of R L Un derwood of this city She was three years ago to James Nevius 1 Parksville She was a consistent member of the Baptist church and was ready when final summons came Angels hovered over her dying form j and she told her loved ones they were jt singing Jesus Lover of my Soul 1 She said the Lord had called her and though it was hard to leave her little f ones she was resigned and bade all i meet her in heaven She leaves a husband two small children a mother 4 and loving brothers and sisters to J mourn her loss Weep not dear ones 1 for Blessed are the dead who die in 4 the Lord Thourt gone the abyss of heaven hath swallowed up thy form yet on my heart deeply hath sunk lesson thou hast given and shall soon depart Resquet in Pace A loved one 4 Not If as Rich as Rockfeller If you had all the wealth of Rock feller the Standard Oil magnet you could nut buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoera Remedy The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown it to be superior to all others It never fails when reduced with water and pleasant to take Every family should be supplied with it Sold by B E the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m SURESAFE S SPEEDY fatrwitnKMHrlIVEI IH UMJul9lE Beak in I RHEUMATISM CURE g AIM M by F P FHISBIK Druggist Mr Sam Ruth well Mr S A McDearmon C Sauiley I I I I of The t I a I andS ees lie located built I X evius i married 1I sweetened- is l Roberts IIIismJIItsuf sofa OruIIista II I gave Ashland N- and captivating McN and SSCo Columba 0sy 1lieiLSCBItRt419v tined erit6 one 3 DAYS a- a i m ri is r teA KSi pS S3 3 S W 68 M ry fca Css 3 S K 4 sk SI g jp g I Z S S Z gf r Syji Groceries 1 Staple and Fancy GROCERIES make no sensational prices on anything All prices fixed on a solid business basis at vldsons WKiPainting f epamng1 We use the Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Buggies etc hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call Paint Paint Now is the tim 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 same as a good Do not be persuaded into using a paint claimed to be just as good as Rainbow Paint There is none just as good Rainbow paint is in a class alone and is fully pro tected by a guarantee Everything used in Painting FRISBIES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store 2 J lfifl9i lllf WlfilgJ Gloclw es re I 1 I 5 Ve ItJ 5NlJff2fbFiJL WfflJ 0j Buggy and i 9 i Eon 3 Conn Bros i iuunUiU1U mnU nU1U1UU Paint I II gone R OCOOC OCCooooooooc I I I 1 OOCOOC OOcOOC i r1 0 A Q r v l l L ld n l d I d Jlllll C aster nrar w Perfect satisfaction in buying papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the wall arenrPC ric lit Such a perfect combination can only be at our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit Paints Oils Varnishes Etc Main street DANVILLE KY I found j G lob JMtsLy it hone r 25 Jl onfurAs- slmitating tl1cfoodandRcguta ting the 5t andowels INfA fS HILDREN Promotes ness and neither OptimNorPh nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC fJII- An Sad r rci I for tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea ness m1dLOSS OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK CSTOR1A y oMMUzzI7rnERj- mzjiLiisgI Jcnjd- fl4lle mSccd Worms EXACT COPYOT wgAppn o rs o IS For Infants and Children The Kind You save Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTOR A THE CENTAUR COMANY NEW YOIIK CITY 8 CASTORIA H R Row Of Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographs are made by artists not by arnatures 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 THE FOX STUDIO LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J VVALKEU Vie Prest ORGANIZED 1883 5 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BMIL Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsooo SURPLUS ioc o B F HUDSON Cashier J W O C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTOKS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold NABOTH JRNnbotliJris a rich red bay six years old and full 1C hands lilghweighs 12i pounds and Is a horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck and carrying n tine tall He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Xiiboth he has great natural sieed In harness and a greater racking horse ChIn not be found in the State of Kentucky 1 have been a dealer in fancy horses for ten yearn furnishing them for all the markets in this country ned I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise better ones As is generally known there is ascareity of good horses uiul those suitable for the Eastern mar ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond nil doubt is a horse that will produce horses that the market demands and fur 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 this Stallion has the blood of Old Xaboth Ilambletouiuu 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wllkes Maiibriuo Chief Pilot Jrand Harry Clay Old Naboths llrst dam Tinsel by Messenger Durock log son of Hambletoutan Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Hambletoiilan Third dam Jessie Sayre liy Harry Clay 45 Fourth dam by Liberty sou of Lance by American Eclipse Xaboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Crlt Davis by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred will be kept during the season of WOC at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be premitted to serve mares at the very low price 15 00 to insure a living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stoCK committed to my care W B BURTON Lancaster i 5 I i I j c I RIGNEY I that type J PEDIGREE InheXllbothJr em ti p 2 AsstCashr t t I i Public SaleON Saturday June 2nd I will offer for sale my farm of 200 a cres situated on Lexington pike about 3 miles from Danville to the highest bidder The land is in an excellent state of cultivationt with good improve ments practically new well watered all and necessary outbuildings so sell a lot of brood sows 15 head of cattle including heifers and mUch cows 1 mare and colt about 60 ewes and lambs A lot of other stuff too numerous to mention C F YEAGEB DANVILLE KY J Will WI al Jesse DJearen seeking insurance ataint Fire Lightning and Tornado Lancaster Kentucky GaineR Coal salt and corn for sale Special inducements to these wanting carload My motto is full ot measnre and lOOcts worth fur 100 i Phone 140 J A Jones d 1 I I patronage county andbestpossible wiilgh after me tt Y n 1ft z nce it and be cilivliid t Business Items See Pug ice man I Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins House Paint Ilaselden Bros Cane seed at Wards 1 30 per bushel potatoes Currey don Sweet Potatoes 30 cts per peck atWards All kinos of whitewash brushes at Wards To save money on Harness see Haselden Buy your tickets for the Union Depot June 1 Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received Haselden Bros Your appetite can hesatislied tothe fullest at S A Walkers Phone83 Water at JBfisbieiIce Crean Soda I tf Croquet sets 1 00 each at irro All kind of water melon seed at Wards grocery aheartyThere is but one Euberoid Rooting it Bros Save your money buy Neverwett Rooting John Magee Try our canned goods The bst in town Cuney Herndon tf Comn out and have a good time at the Union Depot June 1 Fresh vegetables every week Currey Herndon International Stock Poultry Food at Currey Herndon tf All kinds of Ice Cream Freezers at Wards are headquarters for all kinds of vegetable plants of the very best qual ity Currey Ilerndon tf Brine your orders for plants W 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 mar ket Cnrrey Herndon tf See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash etc John Magee You will always ind in my stock latest novelties in china queens Phone 83 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 Sold only by Currey Herndon tf See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky I will stand the line Jersey bull Otter at my farm atS2 money due when services rendered 5 4 tf WmS Embry We pay more for country produce than any one in town fail to bring us your eggs Currey Herndon tf Our Ice Cream Soda MS j simply del Just deceived New lot sewing machine and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Handsomest line of cut glass ever brought to Central Kentucky just o pencil at Morrow McRobeats tr Just Received A swell line of ties for Commence ment Get one before picked over IlemphUVA 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 tr For the Public Good If vou want a good cup of coffee try our Yale Brand Phone 83 tf S A Walker We have a nbwline of collars and Wilson Bros Sjirts Come and see them Heniplufl West Betweon Dan ville and Lancaster on Sunday April 21 overcoat aucl Reward for return to II Patterson at the Blue Front Lancaster Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking It is the best it Is the cheapest yt u get 10 bushels for 1 25 Phone 140 tf J A Jones About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass laud for grazing for this For Sale oak marble top side board Nearly all as good as new In selecting presents foV the Grad remember tllat there isone place where aetLowneys Candy fresh Store T fit We keep their full always fresh PrisbiesPruir Ste tf Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roope andneck quickly by Rx 4 11 44 or itcosts nothing Ask your localdruggist SOcts tf Fine Hogs For Sale specimens and it wllplease you to at them Address EStanford Ky t lt f Ifes the Bestseed tr Drug Store ards cmy Wesell Ve toT S A In twn DrugStore they fc just gatten Lost umbrella Wanted Apply urniturett Jno E y an limber cur d imported I A I an Si hem Si there Wit neeec lies Stothic s u can hat i casterant C I I li Norlhcott See the funny Depot will be tem porarily opened In the court House Just Received a car load of Lime 2t II B Northcott We handle held hoes Millet seed White wash brushes etc Will exchange same for prodnce W II Ward Important Notice Rx 411 44 is sold under a guarantee by your local druggist to cholera roope and limber neck Price 50cts tf Do not fail to see our line of Sum mer Under wear as we have everything new ITemphill West Good Harness Mare Will sell a No 1 harness and brood rnare 7 years old For particulars inquire of J Doty or call at this olllce tf Tomatoes Cellery Early Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Extra Pep all of the best quality Joseph Faulconer 3t We have the best 50 J 75 cts shown in this place West For sale Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement II B North 2t I am prepared to do the best and on shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed Ring phone No 223 S B Baker tf We are headquarters for in the line and wjll give yoU better value tar your mon y than one else Frisbies Drug Store tf Tomatoes Cabbage and Sweet to plants all varieties Phone 212 tf Smith Goods delivered quickly and order tilled exactly as give tf S A Walker Phone 83 houses in Lancaster Call at residence corner of Paulding and Water street Also a number of useful household articles D D Geiger 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 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 Tom Herring Marksbury Ky Residence For Sale Desiring to buy a larger residence I sell my home on Stanford street at a bargain The house is well improvementsWill prospective buyers Jacob Joseph 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 Ballards Flour on hand and can make a price that will you Everybody knows or has heard of the many ex ceiling qualities of this Flour I have it in barrels Frank B Marksbury 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 with an attorney for collection 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 many days have passed I have the right to sell the goods for charges I P Thompson the Jeweler Want You to Know I want you to know that I have the exclusive sale of Hot coal called East Tennessee semi Cannel does not pop and sparkle like other mixed coal You want your house filled early this season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to advance from now on Phone me or call at my oflice tt J A Jones Best Richest and Cheapest When you order a floral design as a matter of course you want it to be correctm makeup in If you will give me your order it will be sent to Bell the Florist of Lexington who has the reputation for giving the best satisfaction and most reasonable prices I will appreciate your order and take great pains to please you Joseph Josepn Mercantile Cos store tf Fireproofand WeatherproofRoofing Farmers Builders and Contractors can save from 25 cts tol 00 per square diferent brands in stock complete ready to lay Any saw and hatchet carpenter can lay It Our prices will open your eyes We also handle the best black Carbon paint for Iron and Asphalt paint for We shall be pleased to submit sam pies and prices In person or by mall KarsunerWIthers Roofing Wholesale Dealers 152 E Main Lexington Ky 4t Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orcnaril CoDceDcratei later PRICE SOc R E McRoberts druggist has the es iusivc agency for this water In Kentucky Whites t CraterCo V XYi V e b L alt CourtHouse June 1 chicken I Plants nero Hem hill cot Clean- Ing Plants Geo For One the must desirable For Sale Intrest sometime Afterso and adapt- abIlity on We carry sixteen Com position Lancaster rt r z 1 f ft 2X cur w hitoi lot before buying Si S shin Si f venythl a Pc Mrs yc Sale of lieFrist hi style Arthur Ready Roofing CRAB ORCIIARD It Public I will offer at public sale on Sat nrday May 28Ui at one oclock the roll owing property Gli acres of land well j improved and well fenced The dwell ing contains 4 rooms porches and cellar The land lies 4 miles from Lan caster on the old Danville pike Will also soil a lot of household and kitchen furniture at same time Terms made known on day of sale James W White Hubble Ky After the charity fair the patroness es begin to say uncharitable things about each other A woman linda happiness in buying things she doest need at prices that she cannot affOrd It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do we hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days la tel learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is of such coiii mon occurrence that a cold however slight should not be disregarded Chambarlains Coujh Remedy cnun tcracts any tendency of cold to result in pneumonia and has gained popularity and extensive sale by its prompt crnes of this most common It always cures and is pleasant to take For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m A woman would rather trust nice man than a trustwcrthy one Postmaster Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to Ills letter which says For twenty years I had a cronic liver complaint which led to such case of jaundice that even my linger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me auld have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Billionsness Neuralgia and all Stomach Liver Kidney and madder derangements A wonder 5 j ful Tonic At Me Roberts Drug store Ocents 1m Self conceit fits some women like a squeaky shoe 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 and ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by R E Druggist 2oc Try hem 1m Marriage is the appendicitis of friendship A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness t Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica sore on ed her 23 long years Greatest healer for Piles Wounds and sores 25c at McRoberts Drug store 1m s r h SaleI its greats ailment a I y a severe r I Weakness I constipation runtantisep- tic That Smooth Finish T n I 4V- So much desired by au men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If you wantevidencesend us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky SOMETHING NEW andentirely different front the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted farsighted glasses combined Cost superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how tot get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable TJ Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky of Garrard Dark Bay combined stalllou 15J handshigh 4 heavy mane and t lIe will make the season 1906 at my stable at Me Dreary at 8 to Insure a Living Colt Duke of Garrard Duke of Boyle by Dnke of Denmark 1st dam Annie Bell Wnl lace Denmark 2ud dam Messenger Abdullah Messenger 3rd dam Morgan Dnke of Boyle first dam Jennie by Black Squirrel I will also at same place stand my big black jack Reedier Morgan same terms as Dnke of Garrard Eight Dollars to insure llvingcolt and all right Beecher Morgan is I years old 15 hands high Blllio Lears big Old Beacher out of Jen net John Morgan be Marmadukc and la out of an ImpJennet her dam by Joe Black burn by 3rd he 2nd Prince he by Daisy by Dixie he IrvIne Dixie by 2nd dam Nellie Grayby Lord Wellington 3rd dam by Jim Por ter engage first brood mares at to lbOOO A lien retained on colt for season money When mare is traded money is due JrW HIliLMcCreary Ky d I y y i iioWEs l giver Duke Imp dam r1ifil GLASjL reno uv bold or parted with a me COUCH IFTJOfJ FOR 9 CUGilSaad Price OOcSIGQ Frsa Trial Surest and st for all THROAT and JLjXG 2SOUB LES or MOUSY iiJLCE 9IB9 Itlood nay Stallion 15 3 hands high fouled in May 1902 weighs 1150 pound by Chester Dare Illack Squirrel Madisons 1st dam Xancy S he by On Time No 74ft lit by Stone wall Jackson Xo 72 2nd dam by Gills Ver mont 101 3rd lam by KoitU Shylok 4th dam by son of Copper Bottom ISJ Dare has great style mid action plenty of bone cirrics good tail Clad I well galled saddle horse Madison Dare will serve approved mares at Ten Dollars to insure living colt if table on McGroty lye Danville Ky Highland Stock Farm I oiler this season the service of This combined harness and saddle lion will make the present season the Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at to Insure a Living colt which is less than any liirsfl of breeding is standing for in the county DESCKUTIOK AND IKDIGKKK Blackburn is G years old 16 hands high solid black Was sired by Senator by Dillnrd Dudley by John Dillard by Chief by Imported Chief till premium of their day Blackburns dmn wis by Uraf touian by Administrator by Ham dam Bromuijjhs Denmark by old Black Denmark by Imp Hereford Senator Blackburn dam WItS by Diomede2nd dam Graftonians dam Delia by Millions op Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the dimi of Oral II by Kavanaiighs irey KiKie lrd dam Masons Oil dam y Jon Allen Senator took vrentiunij at Mays ville Uiehmond Iaris Sharpshnrg Hermnu town Lexington Chicago mill wherever he was hnwn He n the best combined stallion in tile States ills cotta took premium shown Many of lila colts were never beaten One colt was sold for 1500 d Senator burn was sold for 1510 and he is living to and breedingou BILL Bill Cooper is a black Jack will white points ann is one of tie individuals In the country He is an body with square nips and is a lirsi class mule Jack Sonic of his colls sold last year for 7o lIe is C years old and will male the seusin at the low price of 7 00 for living colt Grazing at 2 00 per month anti taken but wiH not he responsible accident should any occur Lein tained according to law Money dm in all cases when mares are with or bred to another horse or jack No business on Sunday Phone at residence No 187 A M MILES Buckeye Cures Kidney der Diseases isa Evctry Foran l any Pscpla Have Kidney TFQMQ and Do Not iinow fit HOW TO FIND OUT It Is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the organs are affected immediately and you may have syraptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and ather ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Foleys EJadnoy Cure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will be rotored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT Von can easily determine if your are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sed iment or small particles heat stout in it your kidneys are diseased and Foloys Kidney Cure should b taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the pam affected and you begin to feel better at onceIt slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Live Peter of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse doctors advised me U I had business to attend to I had attend to it at once as I could not possibly as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me a and I immediately sent son to the store taking three bottles I prove until I was entirely well For ssle by C C T B ae f j Jib An CURE ThE rUr CS WITH Ore rh g i trjai li j OLD Cure SESWI HJOb Madison Dare Xo 10 hy at Wlll IIUGHES D t hi laetOIalatII 11 till f dll COOPER extra heavy buie with gcacd feet and Ky FOLEY S KIDNEY curE an ad ther kidneys better live another month began to get better to D TSz ski UCSMIDE Storm r I l Ih o w Quit s of OIlLtaulis JLICK LAeI sro lhluscItiaurn II- Irelac Clad la red 11 Un ver itt 1Q51Ii I and continued Us and 150V 11- es I er Hay horse 15 hands high foaled In 18E8 Tins horse is a good gaited trot ten and a show horse of the very lilyli est type lie wilt nmUe the present season at my place on the old Crab Orchard and Richmond road 1 mile from the llichmond and Lancaster pike at TIN DOLLARS to insure a cult CAKXELIAN was bred liy William SImp on of Xcv York He ID ly lied out of bv Mumbrluo Kitchen Miss Lane is a double producing daughter of Mambnno l tc lien She produced Wilton tilth a record 2r2fi 4 Carncliaus 2nd iliim is Miss Carey vlio is daughter of Al inont the best sort of Alexanders Abdallah hid rd dam Wild Idaho by CHIs Vermont Ills Jtli daui Snow Hall by Grey Eagle GREEN will also stand my big mack Jack at the siwe price mill on lie dime terms nn Curnell tinMi is 1C bands high t years oldlarge bone and mussel mill has proven himsoil an extra breedvr WOODS WALKER Paint Lick Ky oraaon 2291 4 Joy Bird 5060 1st Um OneMi Florida 1S2 graililiuu of Rout j 2n l iluui Lady Hum b lUmbrhio S20 damof IM Wlat rrl2 4 etcrdiltim Ashland 17 Uh m lirlttnii ly Jlitiijtjrino JJrlttoi- iutlilam Kit tiy Mir Walter Jiiy Vim sire of Hi tliorne 2nri Allurton 2 4 Early JJIrd i0 210 iiml Viikeri diuul iUy Frank by Manljrino Starosj IirnKun a handsome individual offine conformation and style ith txtreiiieaction mul speed His sire bird one ofthe living sins HUil that Illsblood breeds on is by the fact tliat hissons Inive sired over sXi strndard performers liclUling locinc i 2 Susie J i0iJ4 JayMcUriROr 2o K Kf Ilaiiijsan 2o7J4 midmany other 210 pcrloriners while 1nrugonB dam Oneida 217 i the grand lam of traceItiiird 2i i the greatest raeliig tvearold thetrotting turf bus ever eenand his second d mLady Ham is tOe dnm of Hawthorne 2 4 EdWinter 212 etC ron will see from theabove that is one of the best bretthnrses living and there no ri soii why heshould not become one of Jay Jlirds greatestsons His reeorj is niensurt of liltcould trot In 215 or tetter Should Paragon fail to you a trotter be is a horse of such tint conformation Uc action style and finish that his get will commandfancy prices for high acting road and carriage which cannot be produced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder His colts are all good undividiials and show wonderful and action lie tvillmake the season at my stable three North of o i Lancaster pike ut only Fifteen Dollars to Insure a living celt A lein retained on eolt tu secure service fee Season tile if parted with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents hut tact responsible should any occur Telephone at residence Xo 7 U Lancaster Exchange FOREST STAPPUuckcye Ky COMBiNED STALLION n 1 17 af i liked 22 antI ta P nlY Jlorsc I6 IUlllfls 2 17 by race Illatvthorlle iir a1 OIl otlltr i nry I er lid I s et er mlle luckeye unit I rt lat Oh it h it iVffl M2Ht3bi Miss Miss U hig ii Sired by S 5lol lie lay lOral A11 vatIerlay Ot orga 9 ti e hut ate ese speed 01 Its mares raeafwood JrCoal Black Stallion son of Tvutwood full 10 hands high heavy jane and tail and excellent carriage ISKAT wooi 1 will make the season of 1005 it my farm 21 miles from Lancaster jn Lexington pike at the low price of 8 to Insure a Living Colt Men retained on colt for service lee Caro taken to event accidents hut not respon dOte should occur Neatvood Jr is thegreatest living sire out of the dam of Maud S the the oval track Money tine when Inert is parted with lie hillS proven himself to be a No 1 breeder XKATWOOH Jr Sire of 221Jf Harpeth 221 Hngar 225 Coast Ilange trial 220 of La Jracis dam of Knright Jlrfi Gracewood 217 Linwood 2 2 OJi of dainty dam of Crayon 2211 and grand data of Wail ace by Itlaekivood 71 Bil dam by Norman 25- Sd darn Smiths Highlander 4th dam by Coods Arab I will also stand 2 Jacks nt 1000 each Thiso Jacks are 1C hands high with large hone andmussel sold several colts lat year at wean ing time for 10000 each Wm LEAR Lancaster Ky Will make the season of KOG on my farm one mile South of on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt one month old A lien retained until season 111111 r Is paid Monet due when the mare is traded or bred tu other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shouldany occur Chester S years out It hands high a dark chestnut sorrel he is tillhighest of tinlsh plenty of courage butperfectly kind natural fuddle and harness horse a model in from possessing that wonderful characteristic the fam ily which tile worki acknowledges as superiorto nil 03 n show Chester hasproven himself u No 1 breeder his colts sell ing to ensteru prices sOnIc of them selling for 30010 to fO Pedigree sired by the ftiinous Chesterdare No ION SHK he by mack Squirrel 68 he by Hlack 71 he King William G7 he Washington Denmark HI he by Ualnes 61 and he by race horse Denmark K S imported Hcdgeford Chester Squirrels dam by Tele graph and by Hippy by Chief and Vermont as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to be one of tho greatestbrood mares In Kentucky At the same time and place I will stand my lug young Jack JOHN ZIORGANJr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 110 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John and is out an Imparted Icnnrt John Morgan Jr out of bv nincklmru he 3rd he had Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie shebj Irvin Dixie by 2nd dam NellieGray by Lord 3rd dam by ImporterlIe is ha nils high solid black points He lies proven himself a No 1 breeder 10000 to 110 from theteat last fall T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky CONGRESS are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county as can didate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky In Cognress lion Gti Gilbert subject to the action of U V Democratia party I nll Ro wood dumdumI AlexlJIIt b Chester Sauirrel uclceye I o o hor e iI for gOIitI 1 I1 r J lIJ t Irfu c II FOR JWe a j COlat ali tV lit FineJack by l5t to succeed i- ia 0