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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 8 1906 It SEVBNTEENTH YEAR u10 ir rtDont BUYI Until you have seen I our new line of AND have a beautiful line of both and can and will for you I R L DAVIDSON I Attorney At Law Omce over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS i Buies i Harness We L Save Money HAELEH13rot1ier5 CI Dentist Office over Danville st li I store Focal Interest The strawberry crop is fine Smltties band is from Cincinnati Crab Orchard will have no fair this Candidates are getting as thick as burrs on a sheeps back The waterworks lake is full to the brim This insures water all summer Stanford copied the Lancater pre mium list ver batim Help boys Forty seven tickets were sold to Cincinnati on the excursion Sunday Another will run Sunday week Mrs B F Walter remembered the Record office with a basket of the largest and best strawberries ever grown in Garrard county The Union Depot given at court house Friday night was witnessed by a good crowd and the Methodist church netted a neat sum Col Robinson shipped 450 lambs to Cincinnati Monday which he bought from different parties at G cents They averaged 80 Ibs He bought 75 from Doc Chestnut which averaged J 2 pounds Capt Ike M Dunn the auctioneer has just returned from London Ml Vernon where he sold a great many Kansas horses for King the gentleman who disposed of a car load in this city recently Capt Dunn sold 56 at Mt Vernon at good prices 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 Why Be Annoyed We mean why be annoyed with get ting up a dinner lugging a great bas ket around and then sitting on the ground to eat your Fair dinner when you can for a low price eat at a regu lar table with all accomodations and comforts Mrs Zimmer is going to serve elegant meals the and you will be given in reason Now dont go over a hot cookstove preparing your meal but go to the dinning room on Fair grounds and get a good meal and eat it in comfort By buying family tickets at the restaurant in town now you will be given reduced rates Of year yourselves B F and o n Fairgrounds everything bending Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Special Line OF White Goods and Lawns Just received and they are the swellest ever shown in Lancaster We take great delight in showing them to our patrons feCOOQOOOOOO fc We call especial attention to the celebrated Grossett Oxfords and SHOES FOR MENT- his is the best brand on the market and we know you will be pleased with them Come to us for honest We have no Fake Sales The Joseph Mercantile s I I A t bargains a 1 0 COMPANY IMPORTANT NOTICE All those interested in entertaining the Garrard ites who will return to the Old Kentucky Home this month ae requested to meet at the residence of Mrs Jennie West this Friday at 730 oclock for the purpose completing plans of entertainment It is proposed to have an one evening and Mrs West has kindly offered her lawn for the purpose Attend this meeting or the plan will not materialize Every other county in the state has completed arrange ments long ago The W C T U will serve ice cream and cake in the Park next Saturday beginning at three oclock Only ten cents for cream and cake Nearly all the foundation of the Garrard hotel has been broken by the chain gang and the rock will bespread on the streets Two Lancaster colored men Theo dore Young and Ed Anderson were shot in a fight at Lockland near Cin cinnati Sunday Young is not badly hurt but it is thought Anderson will die They were fighting with Cincin nati negroes Young is a hardworking boy while the other is the coon who escaped from the Lancaster ruck pile some time since Good Resolutions By Council The City Council met in regular session Monday night and transacted quite a lot of routine business Several kicks were registered about hog pens loose stock and weeds and the police were instructed to enforce the laws strictly and Messrs Beazley and Herron are busy informing the people who are raising hogs under their neighbors nose and pasturing stock on the streets It was ordered that the little Park be put ia decent shape and the streets cleaned If the City Dads will not weary in well doirg and keep the good work going our little city can by hard work be put in decent sanitary condition before the next snow falls Flies and Typhoid Fever Lancaster has always suffered from an epidemic of typhoid fever Those who heard the lecture of Dr J N secretary of the State Board of Health recently delivered in this city must be impressed with the fact that this dreadful malady is spread by the common house fly One fly can carry 3000 of typhoid germs for one mile and deposit them on the food we eat the liquids we drink or the uten sils we use for those purposes With the foregoing facts being so prominent ly before our people we feel that some thing should be done to diminish the spread of the disease and we know of no better way than to follow the ad vice of Dr McCormick which is to screen the doors and windows of our dining rooms and kitchens We would further suggest that everyone begin a war on the fly by the use of fly paper and if we would all begin this at once we would almost exterminate the fly family in Lancaster Screen your doors and windows and put out fly paper and let us make a united and determined fight against this carrier of the fearful typhoid the house fly Going The Limit The stockholders of the Lancaster Fair decided to go to the limit of their ability for music this year so have made a contract for Smitties Band of Cincinnati to furnish the music during the three days of the meeting He is to bring twenty men and the cost thereof is somthing fierce to use a slang expression but the management decided that the people would enjoy concerts by a big Land as much as anything they could secure so decided to go the limit Smittie seldom plays in country towns his figures being too steep but he has signed a contract and the peo pie are assured of music Fair the like of which no other country fair association is willing to secure Brother Barnes Here Rev Geo 0 Barnes the noted arrived in Lancaster Saturday afternoon and began a series of at the court house that night Notwithstanding the fact that no no lice of his coming had been given a good many people were present to hear his message of God is Love and Nothing Else Bro Barnes was born and raised in Lancaster but sad as it is only a few citizens are here He went from Lancaster to the war and the only veteran left in Lancaster today who shouldered a musket and went from this town is Capt Frank J White the veteran who resides on Richmond street Bro Barnes is well advanced in years and while he shows the effects of the hard work he has done in his vineyard yet his mind is as clear his memory as perfect and his arguments as forcible as when In prime of man hood Some of our older citizens with much pleasure the meeting Bro Barnes in this city years ago when tile court house was packed to suffocatian at every service They will likewise never forget the sweet singing by his daughter Miss Marie whose tender notes went stright to the heart of every hearer Miss Marie is today conducting a fashion ble boarding house in Washington City and does not travel with her father entertainment afternoon everybody atthe Lancaster evangelist meetings typo Masters recall many 1 f eve ing u McCormick boyhoodMexi- can held n HON MILLER Announced For Congress Subject To The Action of the Democratic Party Richmond Register lion R W Mil ler formally announced his canadidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress this morning For two years it has been conceded that Madison County would have a candidate in the field those mentioned being Messrs R W Miller J A Sullivan and J Tevis Cobb Mr Cobbs health would not pre mil him to make an active canvass while Mr Sullivans large legal and busi ness connections rendered it inadvisa ble for him to enter the contest Mr Miller has long had an eye on Con press and his friends thoughout the District have prevailed upon him to make the race from start to finish With due respect to other aspirants R W it is not too much to atlirm that there is not in the state a man better equip ped for the congressional seat than Mr Miller His brilliant legislative experience for four years amply at tested that Learned in the law in elcquence of splendid scholars attainments he will bring to the discharge of the duties of the high ollice ripe experience and mas tertul ability He is a graduate of Central University 88 the Law Yale University 0 Lecturer in Central University of the Law Department thereof Ills subsequent legislature experience is a bright chapter in Kentuckys recent hstory He has performed brilliant newspaper work and as pro prietor of the Richmond Register and is now a leading member of the Richmond Bar and has been for many yearsWhile serving in the Legislature he attained great nence by the stand he took in several questions of public interest One of these was the effort to change Casey county from the Eleventh District Mr Miller bitterly fought this and was largely instrumental in its defeat Had this carried this district would undoubtedly have been changed to Republican He succeeded in establishing the Geo logical survey the main object of which is to investigate and represent the natural recourses of the State His experience with the lobbyists is still fresh in the minds of readers In spite of their threats of defeat him for any office to which he might as plre he was victorious over them winning in this signal distinction He futher figured prominently In the fight for the annual accounting Policy Holders bill and is known as the father of the Normal School bill which provided two Normal schools for the state of Kentucky one of which is located at Bowling Green and the other at Richmond Until his election to the Legisla ture be was Chairman of the Madison County Democratic Committee and a member of the District Committee His father lIon Win C Miller was the most popular man that ever lived in this county He held the office of County Jude until his death His great grandfather was the founder of Richmond His materal the Pattersons lived in the county of Mercer Not only does Mr Miller possess acknowledged ca pacity and fitness for the most legislative duties but he is from Kentuckians with congressional records His great uncle John White the trusted friend of Henry Clay was speaker of the National House bis cousion Hon Addison White now of Hustonville Ala represented this district in con gressDick Miller as he is called has al ways been leader in whatever circle he moved in college in social and political life His election to Con press would give not only to this District and to this State but to the South a man capable to cope in all emergencies with the brilliant leaders of the Republican party He enters this contest with the enthusiastic and united backing of his home county Fine Farm for 256 acres of Garrard land 4 miles from Lancaster In good neighborhood schools churches c 200 acres in blue balance in cul tivation The entire farm will pro duce all crops hemp tobacco corn wheat c 100000 feet of first class timber popular trees c Can this farm on the following terms 55 00 per acre i balance in 5 equal annual installments bearing 5 per cent interest This pay falldueFor to Hughes Lancaster Ky unsurpassed Department otthe measure measure Executive grandparents exalted descended Sale an- Dean prom honorable t d The U D C will meet with Mrs Ed C Games Monday afternoon at three oclock All urged to be present Judgement For Leslie D Herndon who was injured in the mail car near time ago was given a virdict for 2500 in the Mercer circuit court last week He was badly injured in a wreck on the Southern Railway si awf ted the entertainment at the court house fnday has been in Bryantsville directing rehearsals for the Destrict Skule which will be given in that city tonight for the benefit of the Methodist Church She wellequip ped for this work and our people can heartily recommend her She is also a reaper of ability Blessings Be With Em Ten or fifteen negroes left on the Sunday excursion for Cincinnati and points in Ohio where they say they will seek employment This sounds like business but when our readers are apprised of the fact that they were Battle Row cooons who have been put out of business by the enforcement of the local option law they will utter a hearty and trust no return tickets were issued to the dissatisfied citizens who say Lancaster is no good There are several more coons and as many white men who will be supplied with free ONE WAY tickets if they will only follow in the footsteps of the coons who Sunday morning shook Lancaster dust from their feet Can Not Haul Booze The Adams Express Company has notified its agents all over Kentucky of its intention to abide by the law enacted by the last Legislature for bidding the shipment of whiskey into local option territory and has sent explicit instructions to every agent in the state covering the law The agent directed to examine every suspicious looking package and if he suspects it contains whiskey he must ask the send er if the latter declines to answer the agent is directed to refuse the pack age The Bowling Green News sayS the whiskey jobbing houses there have shipped 25000 worth of whiskey a year into local option territory Real Estate Transfers Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents report that they have just sold to Mrs Marv A Hamilton the Joseph property on Stanford street and also sold to Mrs Elizabeth Joseph the resi is an increased activity in Lancaster real estate several parties having been in our City within the past week with the view of purchasing property and locating here and engaging in bus iness 2500 Harrodsburg some Evelvne Geh rd wto conk C I I I I i I byMrsi Amen I 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 Waist Patterns at the following low prices 69c 89c 100 125 169 Everyone a Big Bargain We have an extensive line of Ladies and Childrens 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 I Iii i OF I I m IJ m Im I SUPPERS ad UW CUTS m IJ m m COMPANY B lB 13 I p i ID r Theres a swing and dash to these newDouble Breasted Sack Suits ot 1000 cant but 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 lookbecause of the thoroughly good tailor ing thats put into em There are severaldozen fabrics 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 Quai ity THAT Shces appeal to k Wanted WHEAT CORN and HAY- Get my prices before you sell COATI have the quality and my prices are right Take advantage of the hot weather prices And stock your coal it will be higher later I handle all kinds of Feed and Field Seeds Salt in 5 and 7 bushel barrels and 300 lbs sacks Bollards ObeliskFlour in barrels and half barrels BANKS HUDSON f d i frtNw I II I 1 a T ter i rl e McCORMACK Bin ersnao ers D RAKESSole for FENCE MounttcElkin V T Jl e agents AMERICAS wz i Ji I We leave just received a nice line of We will give you your choice for every twenty dollars worth of goods bought of us for cash We have a fine line of FURNITUREP on hand at right prices Call and see and be convinced 1 J C ROBI1TSO1T J B COLLIER Salesman The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year THE BEST13 GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING S g- 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 Nicholasville MAY MAY DAY YOUR MOVE Tbe move should be co emphasize the importance of rent insur ance Destruction of rented building means loss of rental income Protection against such loss is important for all and is a positive duty in the trusteesexecutorsadministrators and guardians J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceB- y special arrangements with Telephone Co can call me Besldenee f i i 3 a 3 z I I j i j i i i i I PICTURES fRAMED I r rn IS I mi JJ riftifl I JJ IJI 1Wt I 1 H TRAYNOR Co VlIfL JUlu l1JJVtIut JJ1lJ1 Jlltffi 1 1 case ot FREE Bastin anyone 031 7 I i1 D 0E1 E9 s A t Office Phone No Iy t r CENTRAL RECORD Jsstued Weekly One Dollar Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Man Mailer Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky June 8 1906 In this issue of The Record is the announcement of Hon Richard V Miller of Madison who wants to be the democratic nominee for Congress in this district We know of no man better equipped for the place nor one who will work harder for the interests of his constituents A man of excep tionable ability industrious honest and with a character absolutely unas sailable he would make a record of which nil Democrats and Republicans alike would be proud He has a legion of friends in the district and small number thecrof reside in Garrard A Wilkesbarre Pa man professes to have found in an old family Bible papers that prove his title to real estate In the heart of New York worth 8300000000 This is doubtless a fake story but it he will continue his search in that blessed book he will find a home worth many times that a mount and it will not be in the heart of York either Some fellow has figured that there were 5 000 000 000 telephone calls made in this country last year and yet the preachers stand in the pulpit and say swearing Is on the decrease Our foreign trade continues brisk An Austrian baron has just sold his title to a Pittsburg millionaire for 100000 Pittsburger incidentally throwing in his daughter to boot One of the best indications that HomeComing week will be a great success is the abundant crop of tine mint It has never been known to be better than this year HAHKSIHIBY Miss Sallie Fox was in Danville shop ping Wednesday Mr Kelley visited his by City Saturday and Sunday Rev W M Stalling of Smiths Grove will preach at the Fork July 1st Mr Route Fox and children of Dar ville spent Sunday with Mrs Sallie Fox Master James Greening of Lexing ton is spending several weeks with his uncle D S Swope Mesrs Fox and J L Herring a tended the sale of Mr Charlie Yeagei of Boyle county Saturday Miss Georgia Dunn and brother Mr Ben attended the entertainment Sunday afternoon at Paint Lick Master Floyd Herring spent Wednos day and Thursday of last week with his sister Mrs Vie Rice of McCreary Messrs D P and F L Kurdettc have moved to the little cottage just and will keep Bachelors Hall Mffdamcs JIm Chesnutt and Humphrey of Danville were the pleasant guest of Mr Jessie Mrs N P Cobb went to Crab Orchard Saturday where she will remain under treatment for her eyes by Dr Burdette The ladies of the Grove church made 3000 at the strawberry supper on last Thursday evening regardless of the stormy evening Mrs N II Bogie left Wednesday for Marksbury Alabama where she will spend several weeks with her sister Mrs Sam Hughes Misses Rebecca Hampton of the Bend and Emma Crawford of Caldwell College were visitors of Mrs Annie Hampton the first part of last week at Blue Grass Ky 8IIYANTSVILLE Mr J M Smith was in Louisville Sunday Mr Hogan Ballard is at home from LexingtonMiss Ison has returned from State College Miss Clark of Winchester is the guest of Miss Kate Moore Miss Tommie Sanders of Nicholas ville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Glass Dont forgrt to come to the Dees trict Skule Friday evening June 8th at eight oclock Mrs Sam returned to her home at Shelby ville after a short visit to Jennie Burnside Misses Lizzie Hudson and Lena Rig ney of Lancaster visited Miss Jennie Burnside Tuesday Mrs Margaret Sparks and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Nicholasville Mrs W L jlass last week Miss Kattie Conn of Lancaster will sing at the Deestrict Skule Friday evening Miss Conn is one of the best singers in the state Miss Evelyn Crawford Lafayette Ind Is here week in interest of the Deestric Skule which will begin Friday evening June 8th at the Metho dist church Mrs W L Woolfolk and daughters Misses Anna Lee and Marguerite of Lexington are expected in a few days for visit to Mrs Woolfolks slater Mrs Eliza Ballard j E a and no New parents at Dun completed Robert Boner Saturday sometime 01 Hinkle has visited 2 per fRob this the tel Personal Points Mrs J A Doty was a visitor in Saturday Miss Flora Zeigler is In Cincinnati visiting relatives Miss Frankie Kauffman has return ed from Lexington Miss Elsie Zimmer is visiting rela tives in Cincinnati Mr George Farris was at home for a few days this week Miss Stelle Conn is visiting in Car tersville this week Miss Margaret Mount is visiting relatives m CovIngton Frisbie visited rela tives in Danville Saturday Mr Arthur Joseph is visiting his brother Adolph in Ohio Miss Katherine Conn is spending a few days in Louisville this week Miss Jeanie Doty entertained the Embroidery Club the past week Miss Amanda Anderson is visiting friends in Falmoth and Cincinnati Mr George Ellis a Cincinnati man was here Saturday and Sur day Miss Allie Anderson is visiting sister Mrs J W Browning of ton Mrs Jennie Eastman of Columbus Ohio is again with Mrs Patsy Kin naird Miss Bessie Bush of St Louis is visiting Misses Sallie and MattIe Elkin Mrs Sam Johnston and children are visiting her sister Mrs A B Elkin in Louisville Mrs Susan Anderson is spending the week with her daughter Mrs Cyrus Daly Mr Hugh Hemphill of Nicholas ville attended the McNeesIIemphill wedding Saturday Mesdams B F Hudson and F P Fris bie have returned from several days visit to Louisville Mrs J X Dunn and children of Texas are expected for a visit to her sister Mrs John Ballard Mr Joseph has been in the cities purchasing more goods for the Joseph Mercantile Company Mrs Eliza Ballard and daughter Miss Mamie of Bryantsville have been guests of Mrs John Ballard Mrs Mary McNees of Bowling Green of Bowling Green attended the Mr and Mrs A Hunter Georze of Meridian Missippi are expected for a visit to Miss Fannie West in a few days Miss Willie Belle Burnside has from Nashville where she taught a very successful term as music instructor Mr and Mrs John Bowling of June tion city have been visiting her aunt Mrs Martha Evans Lusk who very ill Mrs Alexander Kennedy has return od to her home in Lexington Sbe was accompanied by Mrs Banks Hurl son little Miss Porter Scott Mesdames Fisher Gaines E W Lil lard Misses Mamie Lillard and Cerena Dunn of Danville attended the Me Nees Hemphill wedding Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Alex Walker have re turued form a visit to Misses Jennie and Pearl Hardin in Decatur Ill They also visited Indianapolis and Greensburg of North Middle town K C and B College has entered Prof Wilbnr R Smiths Business Col lege in Lexington to take a full course during the summer Mrs J C Hemphill entertained the McNeesIIemphill bridal party at a dinner Friday evening The was beautifully decorated and the menu most elaborate The bride elect was elegantly gowned in an old silk trimmed in beautiful lace and looked exceedingly handsome Stanford S H Aldridge and family are moving into their pretty home on Highcation Avenue Miss Jennie Totten of Lancaster is with Miss JEuiah Totten Shirlev and W W Elkin of Lancaster were the guests of P Duffman unday Misses Mayme and Ethel Walter and Mattie Lee Hubble jf Lancaster were the guests of rela tives here Tbe wedding of Miss Pearl Ashley and Mr John Davis took place Satur day evening at the Christian Elder F M Tinder officiating The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Silas Ashley and is a lovely young woman and exceedingly popular The groom is a popular clerk in the Blue Front store Their many friends wish them much success and happiness in their new life The following Invitations have been issued Messrs Hurt Author Mahan and Leonard Miller request the honor of presence Thursday Evening June Seventh home of Mr and Mrs N Miller EightThirty OClock Lawn and Party Richmond St The wedding on Saturday of Miss Theo Hemphill and Dr A Jackson Mc Nees of Bowling was a affair at the home of the brides parents Judge and Mrs J C Hemphill The ceremony took place lathe great e 4 Danville Mrs Mattie P traveling J and Mrs E Blackerby MeN eesHemphiU wedding returned con- tinueS acid Hudson business rose JournalMr MrsO Parsonage Green handsome Lexin 1 Williams rah Mess Frazier i a erg ers p how which had been fashion ed into a complete bower made of paragus ferns and pink peonies The handsome rooms entrance hall were profusely decorated in pink peonies ferns and palms Mrs Belc Burnside piano Miss Nell Johnston violin Mrs Guy Davidson and Mr J M arra gave a delightful recital while the assembly of friends congregated At the brat notes of the little ribbon bearers Margaret Cook and Mildred Beazley led the way followed by Messers R L Davidson and W F Logan then came the bride and groom followed by Rev William Wal den who performed a beautiful cere mony The bride was unusually hand some and beautifully gowned in white mousselinc de soie over white silk The corsage adorned with yoke of rare lace She wore a white picture hat and carried Bride Roses The bride is a charming young woman highly cultured and of decided musical and literary tastes She is nut only a must beautiful woman but is amiable and lovely in character The groom is a well known and suceessful young physician a son of Mrs Mary McNees The gitfs were extremely handsome and numerous While the bride her goingaway gown of dark blue violet over blue awl white checked silk hat and gloves to match the guests were served to a collation The happy couple drove to Danville accompanied by R L Davidson and Miss Carrie Currey where they took the train for an eastern bridal tour A host of friends in Lancaster wish the bride and groom every possible Deadly Serpent Bites common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and achron ially torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by R E McRoberts druggist Price 50c 1m BEUNA VISTA Ison Chrlstopner was in Lexington Saturday Rev Ballou of Fordwick Va Is the guest of Mrs W T King Rev Joe Ison of Lexington has been jj visiting relatives here c J W Scott Sr sold some lambs to g Uncle Ben Robinson at 6 cents n Miss Maggie Robinson will leave this week for a visit to relatives at Middlesboro QMr Will Hamilton and wife of were with Mrs Hollis Spoona more Sunday t Miss Bessie Bolton is visiting friends i and attending Caldwell College I Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus spent a few days of last week with Miss Bessie Bolton 2 Ruble Brothers and Co sold about 800 cattle for 3 75 and 4 75 I Miss Mary Askins accompanied her brother Hugh visited at John Askins at McCreary last week I Miss Mary Skinner has closed her school at Pleasant Grove and will teach I the fall term at Linden Dale Joe Skinner who recently returned J from Bowling Green Business College has a position in the Bryantsville I Bank 1 Quarterly meeting will be held at j Mt Olivet the 15 and 10th of tnis month Rev Simpson of Somerset I will preside j Prof Mannix and W I Williams ol i Lancaster were present at the s picnic and delivered two excel lent addresses An Alarming Situation requently results from neglect of bowels and torpid liver until becoiues chronic This condi tioiiis unknown to those who use Dr KinKs New Life Pills the best ana gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts druggist Price 25c 1m BETTIS one mare to W S Bourne for 200 Capt A M Bourne attended court at Richmond Monday W S Bourne sold one mule to Patter son Underwood for 100 Mr Biff Bourne and wife were at Preachersville Friday Miss Bonnie Bourne is visiting her sister Mrs Clerk at Moreland For sale a large bed of tobacco plants The bed is 0 feet wide and 100 feet long Apply to Ira Pointer Mr Robert Bettis while on duty as night watch at the planing mill in Danville was accidently shot by a pis tol falling from his pocket a few days p agq and we are glad to learn he is im provingnicely I The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Burroughs an old and well known resident of Blaffton Ind says 1 regard ChamberlalnsColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trowble I make this statement having used the remedy in ply family for several years I am without it This remedy is almost sure to be needed before the Is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an emer gency For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m I a d 11 and f donned and happiness latter I biliousness Lancaster Commencement by temperance clogged constipation 1 W S Bettis sold visitors I I I 4 window ble delssuhns areas otter never summers L w 1 fit 71 isal- W 6 Get our prices on it Let us sell you a Deering I have the best 1ur indore Binder MOWERS Just received a car load of Kokomo Wire Fence tile best on the market What about a HAY RAKEwe have them A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUGGIES g- Old Hickory Wagons Cheap 1 Romans Elmore VK I 0 ozl y a The U new TliChrOllle fj mitn rr mi r Writes in three colors with but ne rihboll mother typewriter this pYallla- hie for r a 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Blue II IJI Iii II II Ii 3M 21 We have received another lot of the Mens 350 and 400 Shoes in Russetts which will go at 198 Come quick as they will not last long This is a chance for the people to buy agood pair of shoes for little money new and uptodate 400 Pair Ladies Low Cuts Queen Quality at 148 also have Knee Wash Pants to close at Ticts per pair Best bargains ever offered This sale began Saturday June 2 Come early if you want a bargain FRONT The Working Mans Friend Isl III IEverything I I I c I l f I I I I AWe 14 doz Boys III I III I II Iii III III III I I III III I I I Iii I I B L V EII rI I I I Lancaster Ky Iii A1 AA T II I iI attcrsonICIkwrea w rvwwra nww rawwwwJ+ un f lI4tfhSHIED B T5ra SHIELD BRAND r EARS WiLL IN MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS Tn 3 economical to buy because they are b9tter made and fit more perfectly than othsr suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R H BATSON LANCASTER m 3t I Well equipped for Carriage and Buggy Painting Bring in your Old Vehicle and have it made new I use the best rubber tire that money can buy Jtv J i ROMANS I W 7 2 E i i r MY K If OUR Experience in the H Millinery Business t- S has taught us what to fag lect to suit the people have always strived to z please the people and think we have a better selection this Spring than s ever before II gAWK B T1LLET 1 II Wide I eXel t tel J t B lt Reece ece0e see Wee Kil D Put yMid t= 19011 Full and complete line of 1 MidSummer The ladies are invited to inspect our line as we can please you in both quali ty and price Ada It Einnaird Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street PHONE 180 r099OOOOOC ootOOOOOOOOO1 I I 1 MilLINERY I I I II IIIU nUll J t cordially uisisssi Have a Good Stand The Record urges the directors of the fair to erect a good stand for the band this year The arrangement last year was a complete failure the canvass covering completely killing the sound The band should be placed either alongside the seats for specta tors or the present stand made about ten or fifteen feet higher This should not be overlooked as the music will be a complete failure on the pres cut stand BOURSE B F Robinson was receiving lambs here Monday at C cents J II Turner sold a nice mare to Dan parties for S125 S N Morford sold a bunch of hogs to S Morgan at 5 70 per hundred Miss Loa K Duncan spent last week with friends at Buena Vista Miss Lou Wells of Jessamine is visit lug her aunt Miss Minnie Carpenter Miss Edith Montgomery entertained a few friends at a social Monday even ingMiss Keltic Vaught of Cincinnati was visiting Mrs Fox Turner Friday and Saturday Messrs Tilts Morford and J P Frank of Danville were visiting Mr Sam Morford and family Mrs Edith Aldridge of Stanford has been with her parents Mr and Mrs J P Ilamm for several weeks PKEACJ1EKSV1LLE E Milleford to wash oil and drown Mr James Pettus of Stanford was here on business last week preached for Bro Carmical last Sunday at 3 p m Mr L C King and family visited Mrs Louisa Iloltzclaw last Sunday The heavy rain we had last week did considerable damage to the and water gates Mrs Menifee Elmore and children have been visiting her parents for a day or so Bailor C Anderson who lived at Brodiiead has been real sick and was but little improved at last report Rev Thos Owens who has been con fined to his home for some time was able to get out to preaching Sunday B P Luticeford W II Cummins Ben Iloltzclaw and Fred Shaw went to the Kentucky River iishing last week and caught sonic line lish Mrs Virgie Traylor who has been operated on for the fourth time is doing as well as could be expected we hope she may soon be out again Kentncky Home Coming Week Brevities Louisville will be decorated and as never sea of color by day a 11 jod of light by night Troughout the week there will be home parties and receptions and many clubs aud fraternal bodies will keep open house Old familiar hyms will be a special feature of Till We Mceet Again vices on Sunday June 17 Nearly every county in the State making preparations to put the big pot in the little for former residents the week after the big event in LouisvilleThe of relics which will be limited to Kentucky history is to contain much to interest It will be installed in glass cases in the gymnasium of the new Armory All descendants of Daniel Boone are to be shown special attention on the day named in honor of the great pioneerGuests Badges are to be distributed from the head quarters assigned to the different counties in the Armory A special copyright buttons in several colors depicting Kentucky history attack by Indians cf a fort bar of music of My Old home head of Daniel Booue etc with two ribbons attached the badge is very attractive The Kentucky Hall of Fame will have portraits of more than 100 sous and daughters of Kentucky who have helped to make the State illustrious Two hundred yonng men from Louis villes high schools have volunteered to act as members of the information bureau They will meetall trains dur ing the Week and give information visitorsBands orchestras will make the music of the occasion and in addition choruses will help swell the volume of harmonious sound Governor Beckham has appointed a commission to otlicially represent each county of the State These commis sioners have appointed hostesses and vice commissioness and honor to serve with them at the county nead quarters to be established for each county in the Armory at which former residents will be welcomed and will receive badges Louisvilles famous organization The Kentucky Colonels will act as special escort to the distinguished ex Kentuckians on the program Numerous county rallies will be held during the Week The Home Coming Association has arranged with the Baldwins the sue cjssful airship demonstrators of the St Louis Worlds Fair and the Port land Exposition to exhibit their latest improved airship In Louisville during Home Coming week The High School athletic grounds at Brook and Breckin ridge streets will be used as an aerc dome The air ship will be exhibited daily from 9 oclock a m to 1 oclock p m On Monday and Tuesday of Home Coming Week It will be shown all day Flights will be made daily the weather parmiting e entlra city 0 I VI lie I I 11 Mr N had a mule colt Rev A C Baird bottom- land illuminated beforea ser- Is- one I designcelluloid Kentucky maidsof overt j Z i all visitors f J A Beazley Undertaker Wmlterndon G Bliwlncliroad I Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster store JKeutuckr- 0lficc over drug rtorlal ami 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 Do you need any first class GHOCEHIES If so call at DavidsonsHighest market price paid for all Country Produce BEST PAINT VALUE XjJfj NgIf jWJ fllfjJff I I S fu Ttf0iW jJJJ Y fLfiJilNffJ J jJft0J r 1 0 0 p p- I 0 o r44Qo 0 oco roV Looks Wears Covers Most Best Longest Jesse DiWearcn Insurance Solicits a share of the of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi bje rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel J II Kennedy Solon B Henry KENEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentacky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class Monuments and Tombstones 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 Agent patronage Most Economical Full Measure Always Uniform McRoberts Drug Store Paint Paint Paint Now is the tinii 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 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 inPaintme FRISBIES DRUG STORE SOLD BY I J si Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the are rightprices a perfect combination can only be found at will find this to be so by just paying us a Paints Oils Varnishes Etc phone 125 Main street KY ISuch j G5pbo s ayDANVI i r labB rk- J The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for owes 30 years has borne the signature of x and has beenmade under his personal supervision since its infancy 44 Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years I TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING PaperRoofingcut prices would like to explain to you the working of a system of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros I h Justasgood are 9kTHE CENTAUR COMPaNY TV MURRAY STREeT New VORK CITY mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmm E E E K Ve E t iy- r if Paregoric r R Row 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 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 LEAVKLL President J J WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISMO SURPLUS 10 B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson OY finisha I J J Walker T M Arnold i That Smooth Finish I So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want send 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 di I KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr New Discovery OUGHSari 60c100OLDS Free Trial LES or MONEY BACK FOR Surest and Quickest Cure for all and LUNG TROUETHEOAT Heres Gospel Truth Our esteemed The Kentucky Advocate voices our senti ments exactly when it says It seems very funny for the leading merchants of a city to appeal through the news papers for the people to trade at home and spend their money with the home stores and not send away to malt order houses or big city stores for their goods and at the same time when you go to pay a bill they will present you with a statement printed by an out of town corner or a cheap letter head gotten up by a wholesale house they deal with and given to them for the advertising Those who cry so loud and persistently should be first to set the example Death From Lackjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic tau healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of llensselaersvilie 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 Sufficient Reason Ill have to give up boarding Flatleigh Going to get married Roomerton No but my landlady wants her Daily News The Nursery Rhyme Jack Spratt couil cat no fat Ills wife no lean they say So they were wise to compromise On predigested hay Louisville CourierJournal TAKING NO RISKS contemporary cured RoomertonGuess moneyChicago o I She having just said Yes Youll go and ask papas permission wont you He Oh er yeeses By the way ia vnur father on the feleDhoc Interpreted An Ah dreamed said the sick brother dat Ah wua daid an dat man soul came twit a watah mellin patch an cltniib ovali de fence an retch out fo de bigges mellin on de vine An den whut An den it burn malt souls ftnguhs Vas Ah reckon it it would wheah yo souls goin Lrothuh Houston Post Natural Thought This milk is warm mamma said the city boy tasting milk in the try for the first tine Yes my sou replied the parent I suppose it is just fresh from the cow Oh I thought theyd made a mis take 31 uut hot water instead of colu iu it Yonkers Statesman Noblesse Oblige Her in grand stand Why does the man that throws the ball make all those queer motions with his arm be fore he lets it go Him Hes got to do something to justify the salary they pay him It keeps the attention of the crowd con tered on him a little longer Chicago Tribune A Cinch But doctor he has the worst case of nausea I ever saw he cant keep a thing on his stomach Send down to the drug store and get this prescription filled hell be able to kep this on his stomach What is it A porous Post Knew What He Wanted there is a woman iu this town who is a better cook than my wife Id like to meet her Singleton lour wife is an expert eh nothing Didnt I just tell you I was anxious to meet a better News A lack of Perception Dat doc o mine said Air Pinkly keeps on tryin to whup evy fourfooted critter dat comes down de road He must be a fighter No suh He aint no fighter But he seem able to reconize de fack Washington Star SylphI who Come across the room professor and let me introduce you to my wife she has had every figure that has beer in fashion for the last ten year Houston Post A JSeseS Tm takin somethin fer me tlte three times day breakfas dinner supper Chicago American one Dear Girl you think my ne is a perfect dream more than a dream dear its a genuine nightmare Cincln nati Enquirer How to Break Up a Cold It may be a surprise to many learn that a severe cold can be pletely broken up in one or two davs time The first symptoms of a cold are a dry loud cougb a profuse watery dis charge from and a thin white coating on the tongue When Cham berlains cough remedy is taken hour on the first appearance of these symptoms it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by R E McRoberts the ble druggist of Lancaster im ii 8 e I I 1 i I I tomorrow plasterHouston WedderlyIf WedderlyExpert cookChicago a don professor Coo app fa Vot an JeanetteDont CordeliaIts themBe ev the coo Eras what co r r H toro dry ell E o p To cxccii in your woik must do it in your own way vu7Te lies no harm if we were not all more or less color blind If marriage were a failure one would never hear of second husbands The shortest course is often the most hazardous It is impossible to forgive unless you forget If you would improve public status mind your own business well Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAUD CIUCUIT COURT W H Furr Admr c Puff vs Kate Royston c Deft By virtue of a judgement of Jarrard Circuit rendered at March term 1906 in the above case I as Master Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY JUNE 25th 1906 being County Court day at the Court door in Lancaster Gar rard County Kentucky sell to the highest and the following tracts of land in Garrard County Kentucky On the waters of Drakes Creek said tract of land is divided into two one containing thirty acres and the ten acres and that said thirty acres will be sold first and seperate from said ten acres and in the event the said acres brings plaintiffs debt interest and costs set out said ten acres will not be sold but if it does not bring the said debt interest and costs then the whole tract will be sold Said whole tract is bounded as follows Beginning at a point in the middle of the County road in line to L Y and corner to Isaah Kelly thence with middle of road and with said Kelly S 20i W G3 links S 39 W 4 chains S 40 i W 10 38 chains to a point in the middle of said road to said Kelly and to W H Furr thence leaving road and S 86 E 3975 chains to a stone and wal nut stump corner to L Roystons heirs lands and Abe Falkner thence with said Falkners line N 22 W 13 60 chains to an oak stump to Leavell thence with his line N 8iJ W 2525 chains to the beginning containing forty 40 acres Said thirty acre tract which will be sold first under the conditions above set out is cut off from the forty tract and is bounded as follows ginning at a stake a new corner to the L Y Leavell tract now II Walker thence a new line the ten acres with dwellings c S 22 W 13 chains toa stake corner to samein line to W II Furr thence with said Furr S 80 E2910 cnains to a stone and walnut stump corner to L Roystons hens land and Abe Falkner thence with said Falkner N 221 W 13 60 chains to an ash stump corner to L Y Leavell land now E II Walker thence with line of same N 86i W 1925 chains to the beginning con twining thirty 30 acres said ten acre tract has the dwell ing house c upon it Said sale is made for the pupose of realizing the sum of 37075 which is plaintiffs debt and interest and costs approxi mately to day of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit off and 12 months purchaser will be re qulred to execute bend of equal instal meats payable with good security to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 interest per annum from date of until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a judge ment A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Davidson Atty for Plaintiff This June 2nd 1906 Health In Lancaster R E McRoberts Care of Digestion Solves Problem of Long Life No one in Lancaster has a better chance than the druggist to know the condition of the citys health and what diseases are the most common R E McRoberts bellies that the problem of long life is solved by proper care of the digestive organs Let the stomach get out of condition and soon will be nervousness irritation furred tongue specks before the eyes debility indigestion and other physical and mental troubles that result from a weakened stomach Of all the vital organs the stomach is the most frequently abused and hence the one which most frequently twill and so with the discovery of a remedy like Mi o na stomach tablets which is sold on an absolute guarantee to strengthen the digestive system aid in assimilation of food and cure all troubles caused by indigestant an important step has been taken towards solving the question of good health and long life Take one of the o na tablets before each meal with the fixed deter urination that you are going to get well andit will not be many days you can eat angtbing without fear indigestion McRoberts sells Miona on an absolutely guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure A large box of the tablets costs but 50 cents if it helps you nothing if it falls FARM For SALE Having sold our farm on Sugar Creek we now wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old Dan ville pike 2 miles from Lancaster Fireproof and WeatherproofRoofing Farmers Builders and Contractors can save from 25 cts on Ready We sixteen different brands in stock complete ready to lay Any saw and hatchet carpenter can it Our prices will open your eyes We also handle the best black Carbon paint for Iron and shall be pleased to submit sam and either in or by mail Karsuner Withers Roofing Wholesale Dealers 152 E Main Ky it id rr roe I llv og rr tu would do it parcels here- Inafter corner with corner In CourtR weakness directly little Mi before R E J G to 1100 per square Asphalt palntfor Composl S 11 tl i saidF ac f HENDRIC S lea t ale H Ran A in to R at s Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the mot important consideration Willis retired Commissary Sergeant of Rual Route 1 Concord N H says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and ject to colds 1 took Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption which kept me perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung es Guaranteed at R E McRoberts druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m Old maids spinsters and bachelor girls come in for a lot of sympathy Unknown Friends There are many people who used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid re suits but Who are unknown they have hesitated about giving testimonial of their experience publication These people however are none the less friends of this re medy They have done much making it a household word by personal recommendations to and neighbors It is a good have in the home and is known for its cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale E McRoberts the reliable Lancaster 1m Best seed potatoes Currey Hern don tf To save money on Harness see Haseldeu For Sale One of the most desirable houses in Lancaster Call at residence corner of and Water street Also a number of useful household articles D D Geiger Coal salt hay and corn for sale Special inducements to these wanting car load My motto is full weight or measure and 100cts worth for 100 weigh after me and be conviuded Phone 140 J A Jones tf Car load of Ellwood wire fencejust received Bras Ice Crean Soda Water at Erisbies Drugstore y tf Croquet sets 100 each at Wards gro cerv There is but one Ruberoid Wesellit Haselden Bros Try our canned goods The best in town Currey Herndon tf Fresh vegetables every week Currey Herndon Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins House Paint Haselden Bros All kind of water melon seed at Wards grocery International Stock Poultry Food at Currey Herndon tf All kinds of Ice Cream Freezers atWards We are headquarters for all kinds of vegetable of the best qual ity Currey Herndon tf vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanfordtf When in town call and see our drip 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 tt Fresh light bread every day at Zim Imers tf Fresh cakes baked every day at Zim mers tf I will stand the fine Jersey bull Otter at my farm at 2 money due when services rendered 5 4 tf Wm S Embry pay more for country produce than any one in town Dont tail to bring us your eggs Currey Herndon Our Ice Cream Soda te VimPy del Just Received New lot sewing machine A swell line Commence meat Get one they are West Please call and get your watch or clock which I have repaired The work Is ready und you call for it at once Thompson tf For the Public Good if vou want a good of coffee try our Yale Brand Phone 83 S A Walker We have just gatteA a line of collars and Wilson Bra Shirts and see them Hempbill Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Bonds To Be Canceled The following bonds of the ter Graded School will be redeemed on July 1 1906 by presenting to E W rls treasurer Nos 7 10 12 21 24 39 42 43 46 51 59 63 66 75 77 No Interest paid on the foregoing bonds after July ism J B Sect tf For Congress We authorized to announce Hon R W Miller of Madison county as a candidate to the Congressional District of Kentucky n to succeed Hon 10 the action of the democratic party ties us i I T being sub medicine alls1 market We tf DrugStore and oil Thompson the Jeweler tt Just Received for be e Dlck dover I P tf l a bl dice ha tmecau tow th trip medlci with drugg C Rormfi neee oft emphlll navy Law hat Kin aird are Y2 orS as ve s a ng met 4 ert a C I Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking it is the best it is the cheapest you j get 10 bushels for 125 Phone 140 tf J A Jones About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass land for grazing fur this year Will rent for entire year A p ply to this office tf In presents ter the class there is one place you can get Lowneys Candy fresh and that at Frisbies Drug Stifre tf We are exclusive for Vine Candy We keep their full and fresh Store tf Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roope and limber neck quickly cured by Rx 4 11 44 or itcosts you nothing Ask your local druggist Price 50cts tf McRoberts Fine Hogs For Sale I have a number of fullblooded inported English Berkshire hogs for sale They are perfect specimens and it wi 1 please you to at them Address E 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 1 have y it in barrels Frank B Marksbury Do not fail to see line of Sum Under wear buying as we have everything new Hemphill West Good Harness Mare Will sell a No 1 harness and brood mare 7 years old For particulars inquire of J P Doty or call at this olllce tf Tomatoes Cellery Early Cabbage Sweet Potatoes quality Pep ner the best quality Joseph Faulconer 3t We have the best 50 75 cts shirts shown in this place Hemphill New line of stick pins at IP sons tf Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about one and one half acres with a good two story house containing 8 rooms also garden barn and barn lot For particulars write or apply to C W or F P Frisbie Farm for Sale A good farm of 170 acres in one tract and 100 unimproved in another The 170 acre tract lays on Lexington pike well improved with plenty of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are 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 built and has all modern improvements Will be glad the property to prospective buyers 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 S A Walker i Hurry Up Those parties who have brought work to me had better hurlY and call sometimeI 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 tilled early this season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to from now on Phone me or call at my offi ce tf J A Jones SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS RATES To the West and Southweet On the First and Third Tuesday in May and June 1906 the Southern Rail way will have on sale special round trip excursion tickets to point in the atgreatly reduced rates For Rates and further information call on or address W G Morgan A H C King C T A or i F Logan T P A Lexington Ky tf Miss Julia Reid having returned to Lancaster to live will he glad to see friends and patrons at her room with Mrs where she will resume her work of dressmnk ing tf Prof Liopard wishes the names of all interested in entering the Lancaster Business College in June Send names to this office It Tomatoes Cabbage and Sweet plants all varieties Phone 212 tf Mrs Geo Smith Notice to Chickenraisers 44 cures chicken cholera roup Lira berneck and gapes Price 50 cents no cure no pay by R E Me RobertsDruggist tf I am prepared to do the best Clean Ing and on shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed Ring phone No 223 S B Baker tf We are headquarters everything in the and you better value tor your than any one else Frisbies Drugstore tt ImDOrtant Notice Rx 41144 is sold under a guarantee by R E Mc Roberts to care roup and limberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay McRoberts tt Coal Coal Coal get my prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson I can interest you in prices on coal Hudson Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or tt Banks Hudson 1 Wanted that h s t Lancaster x eat always Frlble D g R E d I Is e y it Plants allot For Sale The home of the late Mrs Susan to show Phnoe 83 WestandSouthwest her old J D Gulley Plants Potato Rx 411 uaranteed or m R and Wheat on tim w Graduating c lair Ballard our er before C C Vest- S Thom TIT t wl u s p GOOD NIGHTS RESTA j for It she cried to doggie Tor she kntw in her That German Syrup homes great treastH Could impart The greatest tonic on earth is a good rest Restless nights and the exhaustion of a are dread dangers of the poor consumptive JBut why this fear of night when a few of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely from or sweat Free ex in the morning is made ter tain by taking by the experience of over thirtyfive that one 7scent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst colds bronchial or lung that even in bad JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For ale by It K TIcHoberU CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought fBears the Signature of FOR CONGRESS We ore authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W II IGIIES of Mercer county as H can diilate to represent KisUth on regional District of Kentucky in CoKiiress to succeed lion U C Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orcird CoDCfiicrate Water PRICE SOc R E Mclloberts druggist has the ex lusive agency for this water in Lan caster Kentucky Whites Water Co eWe ears troublesand ofGerman 0Ih C C CRAB ORCHARD Ky Speak r terrible s HOWES pgIcQIh- GLAssz I 3 andentirely different from time old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Public Sale Saturday June 2nd will offer for sale my farm of 200 situated on Lexington pike about miles from Danville to the highest bidder The land is in an excellent state of cultivation with good practically new well watered all and necessary outbuildings Will sell a lot of brood sows 15 head of cattle including heifers and milch cows 1 mare and colt about 00 ewes and lambs A lot of other stuff too numerous to mention C F YEAGER DANVILLE KY SURE SAFE wu nand with on Btttit in 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM Sold to Drujltfists Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist 53OOTo Denver Colorado Springs and Puebloa- nd Return from Louisville Route Correspondingly low rates to all other Summer Resorts Ask for information J H Gallagher Trav Pass Agt Li Irwln Gen Pass Agt Louisville Kentucky I NEW ON acres Improvements also VIA and Denny SSSCo Cotumbu p 0- Te8ISCBYEBF1IOynuaaiseratktel erwit611ideryLIYEBtafliilillMAl1Ai f lr