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SKIJEXTEEXTII SJSJR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 1 1906 v THE CENTRAL RECORD NUMIJBB 1 i r 7 Until you have seen our new line of S5 We have a beautitul line jj- r of both and can and will f HHfluiluj for L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business r J AWN I Dont I IilJ bbllII 4JI11Tall1 O iJ S 11 I S VO IU fb fJo i you J HASELDEI I I 1otllerSlhci OW R I fl T C ir 9cou id G GtiruS Buy e PII sy t i c i I 1 FASd Dentist I Or1cc over Thomlons- store DilUyille Il 1 et Off feocal Interest The City Council will meet Monday Stanford will vote on local option June 9th The rains have put garden truck to growing with a vim Hon M F North of Lincoln has as a candidate for the legisla ture lies a good man Found bunch of keys Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying a quarter for this notice Some of the pews for the Baptist church have arrived and it is hoped to have all place by next Sunday Our good sister city Stanford is to have a fair and of course it will be a good one The dates are July 12 13 14 The locusts have arrived and great numbers are reported in many parts of the county especially along the streams Members of the Baptist church will please remember to meet at the church next Saturday at 23QLp m for confer ence Pastor Mr J E Stonnes is remodeling his home on Richmond and when finish ed will be one of the most comfortable and convenient in central Kentucky The Odd Fellows at Crab Orchard will observe memorial day on June 12 and lion R II Tomiinson has to deliver an address on the oc cassion poor court day in every way The weather was cold and rainy and a very small crowd came in There were no stock sales of conse quence The heavy rains of Sunday played havoc with crops and many dollars worth of stuff was lost In some places the fields were almost washed oil the map The copy for the fair catalague has been given this olllce and we hope to have the work ready for distribution in a few days The book will be laige and have about fifty pages Another 1 50 excursion will be run to Cincinnati next Sunday and a big crowd will take in the many in the Queen City Train leaves at 5 a m returning leaves Fourth st depot at 730 p m The McMillan Bros have just finish ed papering The Record office and it is one of the prettiest rooms in town Come up and see the bestequipped and prettiest printing office in Central Kentucky The latchstring is always on the outside for our friends announced i n Consented Mo mday was a j I attractions night I a Get In The Habitr Of Visiting The Joseph 0I Special Line ii OF Ishown in Lancaster take great delight in showing them to our patrons IWe call especialattention to the celebrated Grossett Oxfords and I SHOES FOR MEND This is the best brand on the market and we know you will be pleased with them Come to us for honest bar I gains We no Fake I The Joseph Mercantile COMP ANY I1erarntiIe goods C Just received and they are the swellest ever VFtTe 1 toooooolar have Sales p k 2r r Good Crops Assured The long drouth was broken Friday night and the bounteful rains have put the crops to growing with the rapidity of Jacks bean stalk Indict tions point to the largest crops Gar rard county has ever produced Messrs J H Kennedy Richmond and Mr Solon B Henry of this place have formed a partnership and represent the Central Kentucky Monumental Works of Richmond and are prepar ed to furnish the best work at lowest prices Both are Garrard county men and will appreciate an order from their friends See their ad Get Busy All of our state exchanges speak of preparations being made to have their respective counties properly at Louisville during HomeComing week Only a few are doing anything in Garrard Bestir yourselves fellow countymen When the roll is called let good old Garrard be not numbered among the killed or missing To Settle The Dust The effort to raise enugh money to run the sprinkling cart seems to be en tirely useless and the merchants are using the small hose in front of their places of business This is proving quite successful but is a lot of trou ble As soon as the new wears off or the movelty and fun ceases then the mistake of contributing liberally to the cart will become evident Enjoyable Meeting The meeting of the Garrard County Sunday School Union Saturday was very enjoyable anda large crowd at tended As he is thinking of leaving President Williams tendered his resignation which was reluctantly accepted Prof Mannix was then elected Mrs Mattie Duncan whose splendid work is highly appreciated was re elected secretary Garrard County Negro In Bad Abe Denny a negro born and raised in Lancaster was last week sentenced to life imprisonment for killing a man at IIarrodsburg Denny is a barber He has not been In Lancaster for a number of years Since the verdict he has been in a state of nerveous col lapse He is a son of Uncle Bill Denny well rembered by Lancaster people A Merry House Party A gay Iriuse party comprised of the following young ladies Misses Mary and Jane Doty Edith and Elsie Mor row Marguerite and Angie Kinnaird Annie Francis Lizzie Hudson Annell Frisbie leave Friday for a week out All plans have been made for a delightful trip A Big Capture of Croak Since the lid has been put on the negroes nave been using even more cocaine or croak as they call it that ever before Tuesday Chief Beazley spotted two negro women go ng to Stanford and awaited their re turn When they came back he made a search and found quite a quantity of cocaine and gum opiate in fact local druggists put a wholesale value on the lot at 825 to 30 As the same law ap plies to these drugs as does to liquor the stuff was siezed and the parties ar rested They clain to have bought it colored people than whisky A Horrible Wreck The worst wreck in the history of the Knoxville Branch of the L N oc cured in the Louisville yards Monday morning when the North bound pas senger train crashed into a cut of freight cars Eight passengers were killed outright and a score of others seriously injured Among the killed was Howard Coleman of Stanford George B Cooper Lincoln countys popular county clerk had one leg cut off and the other badly injured while Burch Buchanan and Sam Telford of Crab Orchard were also badly injured At last accounts Mr Cooper was rest ing easy but is not out of danger The wreck is attributed to a broken flange under the smoking car Get Rest and Health Capt J B Willis manager of the famous old Crab Orchard Springs has sent out handsome folders telling of the improvements that have been made on the buildings etc and the preparations he has made to entertain the large crowd that will hie to the lovely resort for rest recreation and wife certainly know bow to treat their guests and also how to feed them so when considering your plans for your summers rest and vacation remember that you will derive more benefits by going to Crab Orchard Springs and getting the good of the best mineral waters in the United States rest from the bustle and confusion of the world and good Kentucky eating than you can possible obtain by spending the time ata fashionable watering place where are on a hot griddle from the time you arrive until your depar lure A little common sense ought to be used In a rest from your business cares V New Firm represented DotyLettie Chaperonedby countryhomeLeavell drugshave CaptWillis you taking tZ E ac k ZwSe tMy I The Fanning Lecture The best lecture delivered in many a day was that by Mr M J Fanning at the court house Tuesday night He is a speaker of force and mixes in enough genuine wit to keel oil the usual dry run of a temperance lecture Prompt Settlement Mrs Geo Pollard has received acheck for 1000 insurance held by her bus band in the Modern Woodmen of the World The promptness with which this policy was paid well for the fraternity which by the way has a memhership of over 800000 Judge Hughes Here Judge John W Hughes of Mercer who is a candidate for the deihocratic nomination for Congress was here Sat urday and made this a most pleasant call lIe already knew many of our people but met a large number of others and made many friends For County Clerk Capt J A Daty county clerk has an nounced his canidacy for re election lIe has held the office for several years and made a good record and many friends Ills son John L Doty who by the way is one of the cleverest young in the county will act as his deputy Decoration Exercises The local Odd Fellows will hold decoration exercises at the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday afternoon June 10 at two oclock to which the public is cordially invited The ministers of the town will deliver addresses and there will be some good music The members are requested to assemble at the lodge room at one oclock Beauchamp Jas II Beauchamp one of the most prominent citizens of Central Ken tucky died at his home near Lexing ton last week lIe was the husband of Mrs Francis E Beauchamp who has a legion of friends in Lancaster and Garrard county she having done much work for the local W C T U here In her great loss she has great from the temperance people everywhere The New Bank The building committee of the new bank and trust company are being greatly annoyed and delayed by reason of contractois having trouble in get ting material Building material is as scarce as hen teeth and it is almost impossible to get it at all For this reason contractors have peen delayed in malting We understand this will be all overcome in the next day or so the contracts let and work com mence on the building All other matters have been attended to and there is nothing left to do but erect the building A Great Bargain We have 250 acres of first class land for sale in 4 miles of Lancaster 150 a cres in blue grass and will yield hemp corn and tobacco abundantly Balance in high class cultivation good neigh borhood and near good schoolhouse Price only acre i cash ance in 5 equal annual 5 percent interest The farm will for itself as the payments fall Will sell 150 acres with the improve ments separately Apply to Hughes Swinebroad at Lancaster Ky for fur ther particulars The Raise Withdrawn The State Board of Equalization raised the assessment in Garrard coun ty eight per cent This being a very unjust move County Judge A D Ford decided to send a committee of rep resentative citizens to Frankfort to make effort to have the order set aside so appointed the rollowing gentlemen Capt I M Dunn lions R H Tomlinson J I Hamilton B F Hudson W B Ma son W I Williams They appeared before the board Wednesday and stated the case so clearly that the board rescinded its order and the as sessment will remain as it is Jndge Ford displayed much wisdom in his selection of men for it takes the hard est kind of work and clear argument to induce the board to reconsider a decision and futbermorc they are besiged every day by such committees The people of Garrard owe Judge Ford and the committee a debt of A Novel Idea As there is so much valuable ap paratus in the engine house and the further fact that a key in some store often caused delay in answering an Mr Beazley the chief hit upon a novel plan of keeping the key always at hand A box just large enough to fit an 8x10 glass was fastened on the door to the hosewagon house the key hung therein and a glass securely fas tened over the front of the box An old was fastened by a string near by and when an alarm of fire Is raised the first to the engine house grabs this knob smashes the glass and quickly has the key with which to open the doors The idea of leaving trie key there otherwise was equal to leaving the doors stand but now if anyone breaks this glass to get the key It contistutes housebreaking and the person can be arrested and punished The glass cost but a trifle as only is used when breaks out Mr Beazley has key to use when be gets there first Ladders axes lanterns wrenct es and other articles have been stolen heretofore but the property standing wide open it was hard to get a convic Lion in Lancaster nice b ds I I j 5000 per balI gratitude alarm ingopen I I speaks men sympathy i doorknob man one afire another Y N Y Danger of Horse Famine The Record had a conversation with Mr JW King of Louisville who sold a carload of horses here in regard to horse market and in his re narks he sounded this warning m the subject In regard to the pre sent high prices of horses and I will say after careful investigation through the horseraising section of the United States that not only in Kentucky but the entire country is facing ahorse famine It is acomplicat ed case After corresponding with the great horse and mule markets and several weeks of hard study solved f the question We ilnd that there is less broodmares in the United States f today than there were three years ago The this is most all of the good everyday work mares are raising mules While the Uuited States is the I home of the mule the greater part of J the country has just fount out the of the mule For example take ji Iowa Minnessota Wisconsin and the j New England states A few years ago they used no mules but today mules are ready sale in every state in the fj Union and they are raising mules in all of these states When you come to r think of it over the more mules we raise the less work stock we have for l it stops the increase right there p There is no telling what price brood mares will be worth in a few years if f the demand for mules keeps up and the demamned for mules is a gradual growth The farmers everywhere are P raising mules and no one is paying any attention to the raising of j The United States furnishes mules for Cuba Costa Rica Porto Rico f and all of the Southern Islands A j j few years ago we scarcely ever export cd a mule In my opinion there p is nothing that would be a better paying business for a farmer than to f turn his attention to raising brood mares There is no danger of ver pro duction of mules for we have not got i the mares to raise them but there is a i danger in a famine in brood mares It jl is bound to come It is right here now When every horse raising state in the r United States neglects to raise p why not the farmers of take advantage of what the o ff ther states are overlooking Mr King went on to give many other arguments f along this line but we deem it unncc essary to use as the r farmer will readily see the point and adopt his suggestion II n The question of good help is not confined to housekeepers but to busi f t sters whose heads will not quickly i swell to twice their size and the want to boss the employer ii noteDf after reason of value U I I I I Kentucky futhersuggestions impossibleto cub u recently mules broodmares broodmares r Special Sale Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns These are the very latest styles and will save you money and much labor During this sale you will be able to buy Shirt Vaist Patterns at the following low prices 69c 89c 100 125 169 Everyone a Big Bargain We have an extensive line of Ladies and Childrens 4 UW OUTS See our Cheap Counter full of good shoes at way down prices Our line of mens Hosiery inclndes all the newest creations THE Logan Dry Goods JJ raJEi II 01 I I I I I SUPPlE 5 I l 10 ICOMPANY r0 i1IIj rmrlrn i m J J 3 j j J Ip T ti Theres a swing and dash to these newDouble Breasted Sack Suits df 1000 HAT cant but appeal to knowing dressers The coat is 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 tailor ing thats put into em There are several dozen fa brics of the newest designs to choose from And just 10 We can save you money on Hats and Furnishing Goods H T LOGANThe House of Quality Shees a SALT Car fresh salt just received We have it in 7 bushel barrels 5 bushel barrels and 2 bushel sacks All kinds of field seed COAL Best grades of COAL FEED Hay Oats Corn Chop Etc FLOUR Ballard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrels Prompt servics Telephone 26 BANKS HUDSON Gar Load of flcCormack T 3 f 3 5 f 5 ji Y C me 11 Mv M 4 1 Jirlo V W V I SEED I I If I I I fi f Ar Nl1JttlVVty fiifjlJfllJfj Jjllr m o a r r o o ooaooooo oo o o Q j o aa Mowers J 2j 3 just received Cant we interest We have just received a nice line We will give you your choice for every twenty dollars worth of goods bought of us for cash We have a fine line of U I T U R hand at right prices Call and see and be convinced 1 C ROBINSON J B COLLIER Salesman The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BEST g GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING fi 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 pbones 291 Main St next door to Spears Lyons stable J H TRAYNOR Co Nicholasville MAY YOUR MOVE The move should be to emphasize the importance or 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 trusteesexecutorsadministrators and guardians J H KINNAIRD General Insurance fe I 5 il If g g H i j i lID I you MOUNT ELKINI JliJJfJl I02ljfiJllll1Jlil r JtffJttJNJr070 I offN PICTURES FRAMED i I I Ion iIi1JfiirnufEr rJ l EB rn I JEj lj u tA tnI I I ii I lJI1TlflWlf1 trL1JI i MAY DAY e l I j a r E3 D 1 Fltrt1 I o o o f tt FREE By special arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Ianyone t CENTRAL RECORD Jsslued Weekly One DMar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Mart Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association aud Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky June i 1906 Matches are said to be made in heaven It is a fact that matches are broken oil on earth small cause break the best of them A young man in Philadelphia was engaged to a rich and beautiful girl One day she told her affianced that the following day was her birthday lIe said he would send her a bouquet of roses one for each vear He went to his florist and gave the order for twenty The florist said to his assistant The young man is one of our best customers throw in ten want to please him You know the rest The Richmond Climax rounded out its thirtyfourth year with last issue The Climax has always been a newsy sheet but under the careful manage bighearted A D Miller it has grown better since he mounted the tripod Doc is a newspaper man from a to izzard and has friends by the score especially among the newspaper boys If he meets with only half the success we wish him lie will never have cause to regret enter ing the profession We glory in the spunk of those mayors of cities who have put the lid on Sunday saloons baseball and other desecrations of the Sabbath and pray the good wave has come to stay How ever we fear there was too much of a flourish of trumpets in making the order its too much like bigmeetin religion and will only last while the iron is hot Loud shouting like loud cussing dont amount to much Editor John Fowling the genial Colonel or as his intimate friends dub him Sheep of the Carlisle Ad vocate drives center in the following editorial Never criticise a home enterprise unfavorably always say a good word for it or none at all If you arc not in the swim of public enter prise dons knock aginst the effort of the more progressive Always boost never knock The consumption of strawberries cjntinues great and still insanity dors not appreciably increase That Buf fdlo doctor who averred that straw berries caused insanity must have been talking through his hat More would grow insane from lack ol this fruit than from its use The epidemic of mendacity in the senate chamber at Washington ought to have received a check since the re suit of it all has been announced and pleases the people so well The chain b3r is to be congratulated upon the fact that It was not disgraced with a fisticuff or The Pliiladepiiia Record having stated that but two of our naval he roes have ever appeared on postage stamps the Cincinnati Enquirer pa triotically remarks that this was be cause they were so hard to lick Good enough The compromise effected by the Pres bvterians in their Des Jloines with reference to the book of forms means that the Presbyterians will not pray and worship strictly according to Hoyle The Detroit News is very irreverent when it says that much of the dillicul ty over creeds appears to arise from clergymen talking out loud when they art trying to explain themselves The Eighth District Press League will meet at Shelbyville Saturday and the members are looking forward with much pleasure to their visit to that hustling sociable city In news of weddings it more m portant to know what was among the present than who were among those present The convention of Eagles ought to be sounded on the proposition of changing the national emblem to the hen The man who pays 25 for a Panama should forever hold his peace on of millinery A supposed lost gospel has been uc eathed at Oxyrnchus Four is plenty Personal Points Mr McClelland Johnston returned from Livingston Saturday visiting Mrs Dr Reese of Cynthiana A M Kinnaird left Saturday for his home in Middlesboro Mrs J C Robinson has been visiting her sister in Lexington Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs J R Haselden Mr and Mrs R G Price of Danville have been visiting Mrs Mattie P Pris bie Miss Anna Carlisle Jackson is the at tractive guest of Miss Bessie Me Lear Mrs R A Whitehoad of Livingston Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs DIshon Mrs R E Henry and daughter V i roseI bent of persons two- S convention I the subject Mrs J A Amon is Second Qiass t I Hileu arc visiiiiij icUitives in Lex ington Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta is vis icing Lancaster relatives Mr Thos Baughman of Boyle Tuesday visiting Mr J A Beazleys Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor left the past week for several months stay in Mar tensville Mrs George Robinson and children of Hustonville are guest of Mrs Dor cas Walker Mrs Robert Cambell and son leave this week Bowling Green to join her husband Father Bealer of Nicholasville was here Tuesday visited at the of N Miller Misses Eliza Smith and Olivia Swee ney have been spending several days in Lexington Miss Doty of Texas and Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford were here recently Miss Lillie Shugars visited her Mr W K Shugars in Brodhead Saturday and Sunday Mrs Guy Davidson gave a dinner the past week celebrating the 3rd of her wedding Mrs Louie V Simpson represented the Fork church at the State Conven lion of theChristian Endeavor Mr Donald McDonald and wife of Danville were visitors of Mrs Patsy Kinuaird Saturday and Sunday Senator George Farris who has been in Cincinnati a month is with his home folks for a weeks vacation Mr Jno Greenleaf and Van of Richmond have been visiting Mrs Emma Kauffman and family Mrs J A Amon has returned home after visiting in Cynthiana Clay City Frankfort and renunion at Midway Misses Nannie Oakley Bettie Robin son and S A Bersha popular teachers of the High School haye returned to their homes Rev Chas C Brown has accepted the call as pastor of the local Presby terian church and will preach the first Sunday in July Mrs Pattie D Gill is suffering from a badly sprained knee the result of a fall at her home Monday evening She is much improved today Miss Lora Belle Minor has our thanks for an invitation to the College exercises of Commence ment week Lexington Ky Misses Annell Tomlinson Mamie Bastin and Bettie West are at home from Lexington where they attended CampbellIIagerman College Mrs Louis Landram returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J M Staughton of Middletown Ohio Landram met ner in Cincinnati Mrs IIorace Herndon cutcrtained the past week in honor of Martha and Helen Gill und their guest Miss Francis Peeples of Ashland Mrs Alex Wilker is visiting relatives in Indianapolis and Greensburg Ind Floyd Swope leaves this week for Indianapolis to visit his grandmother Mrs Mollie Swope Mrs Ophelia Dunn attended the Commencement Eexrcisesof the College Her daughter Miss Ethel graduated with high honors They retnrned home this week Mrs Juliet Rogers who was injured by a fall in Cincinnati several weeks ago to return home Monday night She is much improved but compelled to use crutches Miss Bertha Simpson age about 15 died at tilt home of Mr R S Moss and was buried in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday She was the of the late Mrs T J Hatcher and a good Christian girl lIon R H Tomilson delivered an to the Odd Fellows at Corbin A large crowd was present and it was pronownced the best speech made in there on fraternity lIe always could make a good one W A Morrow of Somerset one of the most promising and prominent young lawyers in the State died last week He resided in Lancaster for some time reading law under his Gov W O Bradley Eld F M Tinder Misses Lizzie Brown Rella Arnold and Delia Tinder attended the Christian Endeavor con ventiun at NewPort Ky Bro Tinder is president of the organization and has recivcd many compliments on his work Garrardss entry in the Courier Journal TourOfEurope contest Miss Mary Lear continues to gain ground and her friends are more sanguin than ever that she will win Send her your coupons and subscription to the at Paint Lick or leave at this office Mr Chas R Davis who has been as salesman in tbe store of hs fatherin law Mr Jacob Joseph has accepted a positron as traveling for the Carter Dry Goods Co and left yesterday to assume his duties He is a fine young man and made many friends in Lancaster Miss Annell Tomlinson has our thanks for the following invitation The Senior Class of CampbellHa College requests the honor of your presence at the Exercises of Com mencement week May twentyseventh to thirtieth Nineteen hundred and six Lexington Kentucky Miss Tom lison graduates with high honors at the above named Institution Miss returned Fri s r s j washer e for brother anniversary daughter Miss Hamilton Saturday Midway wasahle Saturday daughter address ever uncle Courier act- Ing salesman The HempbIll t fr i M homer visit D7 man t YRq L r S dty from Richmond where sIc just completed successful year as instructor of the music class in Madi son Instutc Richmond Register says During her residence here bliss Hemp hill has been very popular both with the college element and the people of t the town and she has many Richmond I friends to wish her all happiness K ft The following invitations have been i received by Lancaster friends Dr and Mrs Samuel Price Grant invite you to be present fe at the marriage of their daughter E Eva Clare K to Mr J Blavney Jr fe on Wednesday evening June g nineteen hundred and six feat nine oclock E Christian Church g Danville Kentucky Miss Anne Ciienault Wallace has re turned from a protracted stay in Mon tcoallo Ala and is visiting her pa rents at Point Leaven For some time she has been teaching physical culture and expression in the State School for g Girls In that city a position which requires the services of one well posted j on these subjects In connection with this she has done considerable voik as reader and impersonator of Ken tucky stones and characters Her Garrard county friends are delighted to know that she has met with sue MERCERS CANDIDATE Harrodsbirg Herald K n o w i n g Judge John W Hughes as well as we do we earnestly hope that the Demo crats of this district will make him their standard bearer in the Congres sional race We feel satisfied that if the peoplek new the man as his friends and neihgbors know him there is no I the sixth i i C ss u l r r h r t I doubt they would unanimously elect him to the National House of Rep resentatlves He is a man of strong and vital characteristics and his ener gies have always been exerted in the jrj Interst of his party In every cam paign for twenty five years his voice 9 has has been raised in the support of j the Democratic county and district s nominees and more than once he has been called to tale the stump for the b State ticket When the tobacco agitation came up Judge Hughes was f one of the promoters of the Burley E Growers Association anti he canvassed more than twenty five counties in its intrests And net only was his voice 3 uplifted for the grower and tenant but he went down in his pocket and gave substantial aid by spending over g 1 00 of his own money in this cause fe Through his and the efforts of a few others the American Tobacco Trust p was forced to put up the price of to bacco thus putting thousands of dol lurs into the pockets of the grower u and tenants He is a lawyerfarmer S able and of a genial S disposition and by his manliness and S liberality draws friends to him and 3 holds them In Congress all classes are represented to a greater extent than the farming intrest and now that the agricultural element has the P chance to honor one of their own num her who will represent them ably and a with an eye single to their welfare K we do not believe they will overlook this opportunity The Herald has known Judge Hughes long and well and unhesitatingly proclaims that it has never known a more loyal Dem ocrat and truer gentleman and we are highly gratified at the favor with which his announcement of his for this high office has been received We assure the people of the Eighth District that should they honor Judge Hughes by electing him to this position of trust they will never have cause to regret it for he has the ability to represent them as they should be and will thing for them all the time If long and hard services for others and Ins party counts for anything in politics it seems that our countymans claims should receive the most favorable consideration An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clog ged bowels and torpid liver until becomes chronic This coudi lion is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best ana gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts druggist Price 25c 1m Hemp is coming up nicely and the crop will be fine The Very Best Remedy Bowel Mr M F Borroughs an old and well known vesldent of Blaffton Ind says 1 regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trowble I make this statement after having used the remedy in my family for years never without it This remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summers is over Why not buy it now and ba prepared for such an gency For sale by R E Me Roberts The druggist at Lancaster 1m 1 L candidacy some I I I n II I v- o jy i 1i 2 t liJr 1l c rt i t Nrt l w througlt going constipation for Trouble several Tam timer reliable r af 4Ca n i F Swt oar a lOur VehlI I I ties are the Best Qllality Best Style Best Finish l stLongesto Why not come and get one BUGGY and WAGON H A Deering Machinery Prices tile Lowest RNESS Old Hickry Wan Correspondence Intricate Tabular Work Statistical Work Statement York Legal Documents Library Indexing Wholesale Billing- If you would like to see the newest 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decided to close out 0 J I t j BlueI I I Ii I 1 1 I I IIt 1f I I III q 0fL Pairs Mens Russett Oxfords and Shoes all 350 and 400 go at III This is a chance for the people to buy a good pair of shoes for little money Everything new and uptodate III I We also have 14 doz Boys Knee Wash Pants to close at I I7ictsper pair Best bargains ever offered I I I I I This sale begins I I I Saturday June 2 I I I lit Come early if you want a bargain I I 4 I I I I ISI 61U E I I I I I g III JPatters4CJDl j The Working Mans Friend Lancaster Ky I I J 4 J II1 Iii k II FRONT SELL I Bring in your Old Vehicle and have it made new I use the best rubber tire that bUy JnOMANS J 0 t money can W t LIt EAIIS MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS Tr 3 m economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than oth9r suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R H BATSON LANCASTER LOTHi N Ii 3t i Well equipped for Carriage end Buggy Paintin trr f f P I 1y Experience H Millinery Business j m t m lect to suit the people ire Us have always strived to please the people and think we have a better selection this Spring than tf ever before SALLIE D TILLET 1 lUM Gwr I I OUR I I Wide in the has taught what to I c X X X01 l D Q us se p a ySatJ 4 y- i 1g9Bj and complete line of MidSummer The ladies are invited to inspect our line as we please you inboth and price Kinnaird Noels old stand Rich mond street PHONE 180 ri Pull I IMILLlNERY I I I 1 Ada K 111 11 1 i I iii 111 I oavooooo00000ooooou ooooo000000 cordially can quality Miss L X ra I Walter nammaek was at home Mon day Williams of Ewing is a visitor here Miss Alma Lear is much better at i writing Sirs Eva Ilammack is quite sick with the meascls 1 Miss Sallie Adams o Lancaster was here Monday r Woods shipped a car lord of cat j tie and hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Mr Roger Rucker accompanied by hissister Cluistine have returned to LexingtonRev will preach at the lull here next Sunday morning at e leven oclock r Lottie litte daughter of Mat Moore died Friday morning and was buried at Freedom the following day Shumate has returned home after spending a week or so with j Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville Childrens day exercises will be held at the Methodist church at three in the afternoon instead of the hall Mrs J W Black of McWhorter and Mrs P A Farris W M Me Whorter of Benge are at the bedside of their brother C C Me Whorter Robt Hall of Beatyville died at the home of his sister Mis G M Tread j way of this place on the 21 if stomach trouble His remains were to Beatyville for burial J WFeitner who is traveling sales man for J M Norton Co and who is the leading salesman for that house and the finest man in the county was the guest of E C McWhor ter this week UUYAKTSYILLE- f Mr Smith was in Louisville last t week Mr A T Scott sold a horse to Mr George Ruble for S2J2 Miss Jennie Burnside has been visit lug frienas at Tans Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington is the quest of his brother Dr W M El liOlt Miss Bane West of Lancaster spent several days with her sister Mrs Jeff Duun Misses Alllc Dunn and Ilestes Pat ton have returned from Hamilton CollegeMr of Ventral Universityr spent from Friday until Monday with Mr Sam Rose Joe Hole i Mane has gmo to Bar buursville where she will visit i Gertrude Black Katie Mae Farlee who has been attending school at Ilarrodsburg is expected home in a few lays Mrs W J Hogan and Mrs Jell Dunn who have been very sick are much improved and their friends hope tosee them out in a few days j Mr and Mrs Letcher Sanders aril children of Xicholasville Mr and Mrs Glass and Mr and Mrs Ilolman Glass spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs 3 W L Glass I The Christian Alliance Annual pic nicatMt Olivet Tuesday was very much enjoyed by quite a large crtwd elegant dinner was served The by M J Fanning the Tern perance orator was very interesting j and greatly enjoyed by all present LOWELL Mrs Belle Henderson left Monday to visit her sister Mrs Mona Dntin of Danville Mrs Perry Jackson from Berca visited relatives here and lectured at the school house Saturday night Mrs Ida Kinnaird and daughter Marion visited her brother Will Howe at Duncannon last week Mr George Frith of Broadhead who is attending school at Berea visit ed his aunt Mrs Belle Henderson from Friday until Monday Mr Robert Hall who has been at J the Hut Springs in Iud died at his sisters Mrs G M last week Remains were taken to Owsley counly for interment NINA John Wheeler is quite poorly at his home near here Rev A J Pike filled his appointment at Freedom last Sunday W T Watson has the foundation laid for his new dwelling house Mr and Mrs J B Curtis visited Mr W M Ross last Fu iday Charley Creech returned from Berea where he has been attending school and is very sick at the hlme of his p irents here Mr Dave Sanders our clever can idate for jailor was kicked by a horse last week and seriously hurt is it hoped by his legion of friends that he will soon be out again The eleven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs JM Moore of Paint was burned at Freedom cemetery las Saturday The family have the sym pathy of this entire comunityln id bereavement Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach aid liver disorders with us ter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative of which S A Brown of Bei says They restored my wife to perfect health after year s of suffering with dyspepsia and achron ically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria ness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee RE McRoberts druggist Price 50c 1m TAINT LiOn Mr C E 9 this o E L it I I l Miss Lizzie I PI I of I I I J M r I I I I l I s I C C I 5 IAn r Treadway I I 2 t I i I mat nettsviile S J c 1 Oalay sent Robinson C l1lL Miss 1 J1 i Lick theirs Fur the medicine C bilious tip r WmUcrndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon f Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Laucnstcr Kentucky Oflico over Storm drab store J A Beazfey r II II I JT JrIDIiI Undertaker s e s 4rtcrial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit Jesse DiWeaien h Insurance Arent Solicits a share of the of the property in Lancaster and Garrurrl ami ty Kentucky who in y b 5 seeking insurance agsint Fire Lightning and Tornado None hut the and best OldLine Companies rep Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel J II Kennedy Solon B Henry iKEHEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class We are prepared to do the very best work at reasonable prices We will be glad to furnish work for our friends anywhere in the county I own possible monnments and Tombstones patronage 86 YgJ rj Nilj1rftWJ fgJ7fl 2 ty1l5Effffjfl Groceries Groceries Io I and fan6UIo G ROC E Imake no sensational prices on anything All prices fixed on a solid business basis at IIDa i ODSWI Lg rg JtQY IjJffJJtfL 10jlIt0J fj 0Jlti n u u no 0 VALUE 1 o Y 4 ti f k- ao lire QV uk cS BEST PAINT Covers Most Looks Lest Years 1 Longest t S QgR lV lLMYS pw i Most Economical Full Measure Always Uniform Drug Store Paint Now is the tine for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Paint The cost of applying a cheap paint is the same as a good one Do not be persuaded into using a paint claimed to be just as good as Rainbow Paint There is none just as good Rainbow paint is in a class alone and is fully pro tected by a guarantee Everything used in PaintIng FRISBIES DRUG STORE J c SOLD DV Mob rts I Paint Paint I Rainbow R raseazaumms Perfect satisfaction in buying papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the are right wan prices Such a perfect combination can only e xoun our store You will find this to be so by just us a visit Paints Oils Varnishes Etc I Phone 1 25 Main I d at jpaying Gs bQIls ayDANVILLE KY j street TcgctablcPrcparalionrorAs cimitatirtiS ling andDowe neither nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC rmc- CtaiJWuyntn rtar Remedy for Constipa tion Sour Worms Convulsions Feverish ness ondLoss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER l v pili r the Stmacl1s of Promotes BMPe J ire SCEd mnin l4dOlUJIZJ ctr3iv t r w- rs 12 r c 0bae ec rvevw r7x i unmnrnumunnummumnnmv nnieumnumnnauuuo i c1 estionChCerful proMDSri7P7CVERJ- bmjifrn s i- RosdfrS 1LI h So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work LaundryIf M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky V For Infants and Children The Kind Nave Always fought Bears the Signatureof I In- USB For Thirty Years sTnDiJtiftTHE CErTAUA COMPANY NEW YORK CITY CASTOIA You I Over jprwire g and 1 Repairing 1 JE We use the l- tte Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Buggies etc 2 hand at astonishing low prices 5 Give us a call ri j Conn uunr i Buggy 0 Eon E Bros IIIllllf1111f ilfllilfillilliliillil Painting a rrr ro r 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 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 THE FOX STUDIO I I I I I LEWIS Y President L AYELL J J WALKER Vise Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY W O BIQNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J 8 JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold etonI0 That Smooth Finish KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTIONOUGHS OLDS Price 50cfc100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure all THHOAT and LUNG TROUB LED or MONEY BACK for Miss M EMarksbtiry closed school at Rice Accademy Friday Nlcholasville spent Sunday and Monday with his uncle A P Cobb T D Chesnut recently sold to Perry yearling calves weighing 050 lbs at 41 cts Miss Elizabeth Bryant who attending school at Richmond has returned home Misses Lula Simpson and Georgia Dunn went to Newport to attend the State Endeavor Convention Mr and Mrs Hamilton of Lan caster were the guests of Mrs Mar garet Sutton and family Sunday Misses M E Marksbnry and Sue Sutton attended the Sunday School Convention at Lancaster Saturday Mrs T I Herring and Misses Same and Lee Herring spent Wednesday with her daughter Mrs Vie Rice of Merritt Martin of Lex ington and Jim Martin from the bend have been recent visitors of Mr and Mr Henry Burdette pierced his fin gcr with a thorn several days ago linger and hand is considerably swol len and is giving him intense pain He is afraid that blood poison will be the result MrsJno Woods entertained at a carpet rag tacking on Friday of last week While the ladies were nimbly plying the needle tongues were equally busy discussing topics pecularly enjoyable to the country house wife A splendid dinner had been prepared for the guests con sisting of all the delicaces of the season In Memorian God in his infinite wisdom saw tit to take from us our beloved friend Mr Calvin Eubanks He was in his twenty fifth year and a member of the church lie united with church when he was a mere by of fourteen We can truthfully say of him that he was a Christian always doing and liv ing up to the duty required by his Ma ker His wife has been dead only two years The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away Blessed be the name of the Lord Mr Calvin Eu banks was loved by all who knew him lie was laid to rest at the family ground at Mt Maria Rev J C Me Clarey gave a beautiful talk at the church Grieve not dear friends for he is at rest A dear one from us has gone a voice we loved is still a place is vacant in the home that never can be tilled A Friend PLEASE Oh PLEASE Remember Several obituaries one wedding and another communication were sent to this office for publication but the writers failed to sign and we could not print them We do not want the name to print but merely to know that the articles come from a reliable source Isnt It The Truth In looking over some old papers our good friend Judge M D Hughes ran across the following lines which he kindly handed The Record There is so much good in the worst of us And so much bad in the best of us That it behoove any of us To talk about the rest of us What The World Is Looking For The world today is looking for men who are not for sale men who are honest sound from center to true to the hearts core men with conciences as steady as a needle to the pole who will stand for right if the heavens totter and the earth reels men who can tell the truth and look the world in the eye men who neither brag nor flinch men who can have courage without to it men in whom the courage of everlasting life runs still deep strong men who know their place till it men who know their business and attend to it men who will not lie shrink nor dodge men who are not too lazy to work nor too proud to be poor men who are willing to eat what they have earned and wear what they have paid for men who are opt ashamed to say No with emphasis who are not ashamed to say cant afford it Macy Monthly Death From Lackjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Rensselaersvilie N Y writes It Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck 1 never saw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Broodings of a Bachelor The love of a mother is the least ex pensive and the most priceless tion on this sordid sphere How suddenly interesting a man becomes to a woman when some one whispers that he is rich Dont marry till you have saved some money and if you wish to keep it why dont marry How to Break Up a Cold It may be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be pletely broken up in one or two time Tne first symptoms of a cold a dry loud cough a profuse the nose and a thin white coating on the tongue When Cham berlains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first of these symptoms it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by R E McRoberts the reli able druggist of Lancaster 1m ec ALUtH tr her ast W 1 Cobb or 5 has been J 1 McCrearyMesdames 1Jrs A P Cobb Christian about burying circumference shouting I cured d watery cbargefrom 0 I JL ii dose t w al say appearance Comb a James Berry of Nicholas county sold to J D Hamilton of Marshal Mo a very tine jack for 1550 In Jessamine L J Clevelands ten Duroc Jersey sows farrowed 100 pigs this spring of which 78 era thriving A sale of draft horses at Chicago resulted in 4200 for 12 animals average 8350 Armour Co bought pair of Percherons for 81100 A big corn deal was recently made in Henderson county when 150000 of corn was bought at 50 cents per bushel by A Waller Co of Hender on Six or seven parties disposed of their entire crop Total tobacco sales on the Louisville market January lst to April 30 1JCU were 75452 hhds agianst during the corresponding last year Rejections during this period were 8865 hhds aginst 8720 rejecte during the corresponding period of 1005 or the sales this year 57017 hhds were Burley and 18435 hhds dark tabacco Mr Jas W Parrish has lost live or six steers and has four or five more which are effected with a disease at thought to be hydrophobia but which has not yet been fully identified by the veterinaries The cattle affected have some of the Symplons of Texas fever Woodford Sun As indicating the steady growth in public favor which the mule is enjoy tug we note that the proprietor of a Missouri jack farm has just sold some tine animals at high prices 3000 2 000 81500 1250 81200 five for 81000 each 8900 8800 8700 three jacks and one jennet 83000 A letter from Aus tin Tex says there is great shortage of mules in that state They are in strong demand by farmers and and the supply is inadequate Every little whilesome editor a lot of rot about tobacco ruining tile land Tobacco corn or any other one crop raised continuously on land will finally exaust it But tobacco followed by wheat and clover with good tillage will not hurt any limestone soil Fleui ing county has been raising tobacco pretty largely for thirty years or more and the farm land of the county are in far better condition now than at the beginning A Kansas paper puts it this way Every farmer boy wants to be a school teacher every school teacher hopes to to be a banker every banker would like to be a trust magnate and every taust magnate hopes some day to own a farm and have chickens cows and pigs and horses to look after We end where we begin The Most Miserable Man Perhaps the most miserable kind of a man is the old man who has worked hard all his days accumlated an in dependence and retires to spend his declining years in ease As soon as be quits work he becomes miserable for work has become a habit with him He works industrousiy year after year and gradually draws nearer the goal His goal is to have wealth to enable him to quit work But when he the coveted independence he cannot enjoy it It is a tact that the man who works for a dollar cannot en joy pleasure is in earning it Pleasure is streaked all along through life and the fellow who dosent take as he passes on the way will have his ability to enjoy deadened and when he gets old he will find with regret that the pleasures are all in the past The Happy Man The happy man hangs the phers scales away on a hook in darkest corner of the attic doesnt look gift horses in the mouth and never goes out to shake hands with the devil before he meets him lIe is willing to accept a few things on faith and is able once in a while to lose the way betwixt cause and order to believe what he wishes to think true He doesnt go about with a up his sleeve for testing the loyalty of his friends Sonathan the affection of his wife or the charity of the general public lIe has no exalted standard to which everyone except himself must attain but taking a common sense rather than an idealistic view of old human na ture ne sees her many faults and yet finds much that is good and loveable after all He may escape wealth and fame and fall short of profound knowledge and great attainment but he looks for the bag of gold at the end of the rainbow to his dying day and never quite crosses the Rubicon between youth and age He preserves that freshness of soul that faith in men and matters the of which is a sort of spiritual death taking place slowly but surely with most of us When the process is we are no matter if it occurs at twenty for is not a mere matter of years that flit lightly over one and cover another with snow Age is but the wear and tear of heart and brain The old man with the scythe has a hard time to overtake the happy man though his step is long The happy woman well she merits a whole Fireproof and Weatherproof Roofing Farmers Builders and Contractors dlferent brands in stock complete ready to lay Any saw and carpenter can 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 mail Roofing Co Wholesale Dealers 152 E Main Lexington Ky 4t t r r O Jto V lns I1 I bushels 5U544 sold firsts ranchers writ s attains ithis hisshare thee agreedtouch- stone losS complete oldold age chapterEx squares tion Roofl ng Plea and prices either In person or KarsunerWlthers S period of 8 N phllo i sir e Following Tho Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Willis retired Commissary Sergeant of Rual Route 1 Concord N P says I two years in Cuba and tv u years in the Philippines and ject to colds 1 took Dr Kings New Dis wary Consumption which rcpt perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best in the world for coughs bronchial troubles and all lung Guaranteed at R E McRoberts druggist Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m Old maids splinters and bachelor girls come in for a lot of sympathy that they really dont need at all Unknown Friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid re suits but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience for publication These people however arc none the lets friends of this re medy They have done much toward making it a household word by their personal recommendations to friend and neighbors It is a good medicine to have in the home and is widely known for its cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by H E Mclloberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m For Sale One of the most desirable houses in Lancaster Call at residence corner of Paulding and Water streets Also a number of useful household articles D D Geiger Coal salt hay and corn Special inducements to these car load My motto is full weight or measure and lOOcts worth for 100 weigh after me add be convinclcd Phone 140 J A Jones tf Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received Ilaselden Brns Your appetite can be satisfied to the fullest at S A Walkers Pljftne 83 FrisbiesDrug Store V U Croquet sets 8100 each at Wards gro eery All kind of water melon seed at There is but one Ruberoid Rooling We sell it Try our canned goods The best in town Cuney Herndon I Fresh vegetables every week Curre See Union Depot and enjoy a hearty laugh House 1 International Stock Poultry Food I at Currey Herndon tf Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkius House Paint Ilaselden Bros To save money on Harness see Ilaselden All kinds of Ice Cream Freezers atWards We are headquarters for all kinds of Bring vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf Buy vour tickets for the Union Depot June 1 When in town call and see our drip You will always find in my stock the latest novelties in china ucens ware Phone 83 S A Walker Come put and have a good time at the Union Depot June 1 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 McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky I will stand the fine Jersey bull Otter at my farm at82 money due when services rendered 5 4 tf Embry We pay more for country produce than any one in town Dont fall to bring us your eggs Currey tf Our Ice Cream Soda Is si Try a glass 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 o pened at Morrow tf A swell line ol Get one they are picked over Please call and get your watch or clock which I have repaired The work is ready and should call tor it at once I P Thompson tf For the Public Good If you want a good of coffee try our Yale Brand Phone 83 tf S A Walker We have just a npw line of collars and Wilson Come and see them West Coal Your orders for coal will have appreciatedif C I T Morgan USA was medicine diseases Herndon all Ice Crean Soda Wards grocery ti quality market11 Wm S on t11 y del- Icious Its Just Recelve Commencement bet re emphill Br He hill beingSu min cold tC fry trio Ii r fate C S S S Her Frisb l neeed ti motor cu 3c N 4 b e t iCS u Trv Black Bear nut coftl foroooklri the best it is the cheapest you get 10 bushels for 125 Phone 140 tf J A Jones About ten or acres of good grass land for grazing fur this sear Will rent for entire year A p ply to this ollice tf For Sale oak marble top side board marble top table 3 pieces fur niture Carpets KIV Majestic Range Nearly all as good as n y tf Jno E Stormes In selecting for the Grad class IhtvC there is only one place where ou can get Lowneys Candy that is at Frlsbies Drug tf We are a for Llwneys Finn i jx full ways fresh Frisbies Drill tf Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roope and limber neck quickly cured by Itx 4 1141 or it costs you nothing Ask your druggist Price 50cts tf Fine Hogs For Sale I have a number of fullblooded iir ported English Berkshire hogs for sale They are perfect and it will please you to look at them Address E C Stanford Ky tf 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 ex celling qualities of this Flour I have it in barrels Frank H Marksbury Do not fail to Sie our of Sum mcr Under wear before buying as we have everything new Hemphill West Good music in the Union Depot Fourty people in the Union Depot Come and sec them Good Harness Marc Will sell a No 1 harness and brood mare 7 years old For particulars inquire of J P Doty or call at tins ollice tf Tomatoes Cellery Early Cabbage Sweet Potatoes quality Pep ner all of the best quality Joseph Faulconer 3t We have the best 50 cts shirts shown in this place i West New line of stick pins at sons tf The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about one and one half acres with a rood two story house containing 8 rooms also large garden barn and barn lot Fur particular 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 trait lays on Lexington pike well improved with plenty of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are well fenced For f uth er particulars coil on or address Toni Herring Marksbury Ky Residence For Sale Desiring to bnv a larger residence 3 sell my home on Stanford street at a bargain The house Is well built and has all modern improvements Will be glad to show the property to prospective buyers Jacob Joseph Entire New Stock I have an entire new stock of groceries etc and there is not one article of old in my house Call and see Everything fresh new and Hurry Up Those parties who have brought work to me had better hurry and call for it as it has been repaired for sonic time After so many days have passed I have the right to 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 popand sparkle like other mixed coal You want your house hued early this season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to advance from now on Phone me or call at my olli ce tf J A Jones SPECIAL HOME SEEKERS RATES To the West and Southweet On the First and Third Tuesday in May and June lJOi the Southern will have on sale special excursion tickets to point in the WestandSouthwest atgreatly reduced ratesFor Rates and further information call on or address W G Morgan I T A II C King C T A or J F Logan T P A Lexington Ky tf Miss Julia Reid having returned to Lancaster to live will be glad to see her old friends and patrons at her room with Mrs J D Gulley where she Prof wishes the names of all interested in entering the Lancaster Business College in June Send names to this ollice It Tomatoes Cabbage and Sweet Pota to plants varieties Phone 212 tf Mrs Gco Smith Goods delivered quickly and your order filled exactly as give tf S A Walker Phone S3 Notice to Chickenraisers Rx 411 44 cures chicken cholera roup Lim berneck and gapes Price 50 cents no cure no by R E Me RobertsDruggist tf I ain prepared to do the best and Pressing on shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed Ring No 223 S B faker tf We are thing in the paint line and you better value tor your than any one else Frisbies Drugstore tf Important Novice Rx 41144 is a Mc Roberts to care chickencholera roup and limberrieclc Price 50 cents cure no pay M s d i r I Wanted pr sents ices and exclusi e s Lar aster We keep their full 1 re Plants 5 I For Sale appreciatedPhnoe Railway round- trip king Plants Clean- Ing p one ore ill give m n E I f s ting rem mbcr St rV 9 assor5m nt line C tC P Thom roods N Ir 3- j p n o i f GOOD NrCHTf5 rEST f i joy tiThe greatest tonic on carts is a good rest Restless nights and the exhaustion of a hacking cough are dread dangers of the pror 2rut why this fear of the night when a few of Dr Poschces German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely front or sweat Free in the morning is made taking QWe by the experience of over thirtyfive years that o e bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs or lung troubles that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German win track wonders i2 qiTo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For ale by II 1C JlellobcrJs For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bought site knew in her That health impart ClSTOR IA I ta Spaforltl shee1edtodx ie- 1or little hear German homes treasntS Could and terrible expectoration term 75 cent bronchial Always Bears the Signature of AM i FOR CONGRESS We nre authorized to announce JUIKJR JOHN W lirulIKS of Mvrcvr county as a cnn iHluto to represent ill Kiulith Conru Ionnl District of Kentucky in Cognrcss to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of tlio Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orcird mmM PRICE 50c R E McRobcrts druggist has the ex usive agency for this water in Lan caster Kentucky Whites C C Vaier Co CRAB ORCHARD KY Water party i ifi7n ml t y t SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Hove Co Opticians Louisville Ky Public Saturday June I will utter for sale my farm of 200 situated on Lexington pike about 3 miles from Danville to the highest bidder The land is in an excellent state of cultivation with good improve ments practically new well watered all arid necessary outbuildings Will al so sell a lot of brood sows 15 head of cattle including heifers and milch cows 1 mare and colt about JO ewes and lambs A lot of other scull too numerous to mention C P YEAGKR DAXVILLK KY 19 M anuwji rut ftrerwilhKidncyLIVERiad RHEUMATISM wu cured with in 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CUREilg Sold by Dru 3ists Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist 3SOO Denver Colorado Springs and Puebloa- nd Return from Louisville Henderson Route Correspondingly low rates to all other Summer Resorts Ask for information J H Gallagher Tray Pass Agt L J Irwlri Gen Pass Agt ti Louisville nearsightedand every Saleox acres k The DISCO1RER one Bottle To VIA f Kentucky- r t lid Denny SSSrn Cotumbu 0 ti r a l rR l a