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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tSTKCXTU YJSIK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 15 1906 1HECENrrR1L RECORD NVMsn JJsEr rtA W BUVIj Until you have seen our new lint of IrL 1 J UU 4rt 1 b AXDI i Itl Ye have a beautilul line f3 l of both anti can and will CiI fJ I nA ELY i1r i fJ 1I llJootlle1S I tri ws JIrm on RL DAVIDSON Law Office 101lee Conrt room to business h3i 1 7o I t DentIst h over Tlompmi store D st IIf Il J J w fyYt t N Pc r F t Save Monay J for y your I Attorncydt over Iretnpt ntteutiot Iltt AQGi a Office a bocal Interest No Cincinnati excursion Sunday Lost Lost about Saturday June the 2nd a small silver purse containing about four dollars Under will please return to this office The South Quarterly Meeting will he held at Mt Olivet Methodist church Friday and Saturday June 15 and 16th Preaching by Presiding Elder Simpson at 10 and 4 oclock each day Miss Mattie Itaaztoy has accepted the position of assistant in the dental ollice of Or G J Paris and will her entire time to the work She has held this pisitlon with her brother here before also with Dr Faris and is thoroughly competent for the work An Old Time Fair The people of Lancaster will have an old time stock fair July 18 19 and 20 A line band ofmusic has been and good premiums hung up for all classes of stock A genuine old welcome will be given all and a good time is insured The grounds are beautiful and every is right up to date Better Obey the Law The City Council has ordered Heaziey to notify the people to cut weeds in front and about their premises and he has done so Those who refuse to comply with this law will be made to answer in court and piy some costs lie was also instn c ed to notify parties to do other clean ing up and if they are wise they will obey tie instructions from First Excursion to Estill The lirst excursion to Estill Springs was run over the L A road yester diy and quite a number from Lan caster weut up on the L N aid took the excursion at Richmond This trip from Lancaster is a most delight ful one and the fare is very low You have ample time for breakfast and supper in Richmond taking dinner at the Springs Several of these will run during the summer due notice icing given through tic of The Record Mr R A Wool urns the gentlemanly and accommoda tion soliciting agent for the road Friday in the interest of the L A Special Bargain We have a farm containing 143 acres of highly productive land 2i miles from Lancaster on a turnpike for sale at the low price of S 0 per acre well fenced and watered good large tobacco barn etc 3t Hughes Swinebroad e n s 18 I Of engaged fashioned Marshal the excursions columns Improvements J deyn C C where C i k J Tt Get In The Habit Of Visiting Thedit Joseph Mercantile f Special Line I OF I White Goods Lawns IJust received and they are the swellest everv shown in Lancaster take grent de1ight in to our patrons IJ t We call especial attention to the celebrated 6rossett Oxfords and SHOES FOR MEN This is the best brand on the market and I know you will be pleased with them Come to us for honest We have no Fake Sales The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY o 1 err t IJ t i u Co- u n aod We showing them o0000ooooli F we bargains i Remember the dates of the Lancas ter 18 19 and 20 A Hayden Dunn The legion of friends of the family tf Capt and Mrs Ike M Dunn were great ly shocked Sunday to learn of the death of their son Hayden which occured at the Rand hotel in the night previous Young Mr Dunn had been employed by a firm in that city for some time but becoming despondent ended his life by taking morphine He was about twenty six years of age and had a of friends in this county where he was born and raised The remains were taken to Danville where they were in terrcd in the family lot in Danville cemetery Robt Brown Crow Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sr received a telegram Saturday telling of the sudden death of their grandson B Crow which occured at Roanoke Ya Some years ago he was struck on the head by a Louisville streetcar and since that time had sutTered from a pressure on the brain This increased and young Crow ended his life at Roanoke Friday night He was a graduate of Manual Training School Louisville and of Central University Richmond He served in the Spanish American war and was an athlete of widelyknown ability His mother Mrs Rosa Brown Crow resides in Louisville where she has a position in the Revenue Service Many Lancas ter friends extend sympathy Wins The Book Case The school book case which went to the court of appeals was decided in favor of Garrard county Tuesday and the ten thousand dollar verdict will be paid into the Garrard county school fund The case was tried in the Lin coin circuit court on change of venue Our readers are familiar with the facts and that the suit was instituted by Mrs Elisa Walker former dent Suit was brought against Ginn Co booksellers of Boston The plaintiffs were represented by Messrs Lewis L Walker J W Alcorn Judge Saulley and Hunt McMurtry the being conducted by Messrs Buck ner Alcorn and McQuown Heres Gospel Truth Our esteemed contemporary 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 for the people to trade at home and spend their money with the home stores and not send away to mail 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 dust to set the example To Entertain HomeComers Several of our more enterprising ladies and gentlemen met at the home of Mrs Jennie West Friday night and arranged for an entertainment to be given the Oarrard county people who will return to the old home next week A reception will be held on the lawn of Mrs Jennie West on the evening of Tuesday June 1 at 730 oelock Quite a number of leading citizens will act on the reception committee while the entertainment committee will see that all have a good time A delightful repast will be spread and everything done to make the visitors feel at home Several addresses will be made and some good music Report ot Health Officer As health officer of Garrard Dr V M Elliott accompanied by Dr B Kinnaird made a close inspection of the condition of the streets and of Lancaster also of the back of the residences In his report the City Council he calls attention 0 many nuisances which not only are dangerous to the health of the com muni ty but an absolute disgrace to a civilized people He gives names of many offending parties and warns the Couucil of the danger in allowing the places to exist lIe recommends the cutting of weeds as in these filth is concealed He says no one in should ever take a drink of water out of any well and dwellsa t lengthen the dangerous condition of many wells which have not been cleaned out in years Lime he says should be mixed with stable manure as stable is the habitat of the housefly mans greatest enemy We trust that the hearty of the City Council the Health Board and Citizens of the town will cause a lack of disease in this town cleanliness is next to godliness The Record would publish all of the report of Dr Elliott but lack of type setters prevents printing much matter we wanted in this weeks issue Dr Elliott has taken the bull by the horns and says he is going to see that the laws In this statement he will receive the thanks of every law abiding citizen and we believe he is goiug to do his duty full and well as he has no axes to grind is a competent official does not hesitate to say what he thinks Such men are a credit to the community in which they reside y ind FairJuly Cincinnati legion sup2rin ten defense newspapers furnished count alleys pre- mIses to often Lancaster cooperation everybody areenforced Rob manure common t t in in to No Excursion Sunday As all the coaches are in use for HomeComing Week there will be no excursion on the L and N to Circiu nuts next Sunday The next excur shun will b2 lady advertised Special Train to Lancaster Fair The L and N will run a special train from Paris to Lancaster each day clur ing the Lancaster Fair The train leaves Paris at 805 each morning pass Winchester at 85 Richmond at S45 and arriving at Lancaster at 1055 Tlie rate will be one fare plus twenty live cents for the riund trip Return ing train will leave Lancaster at 5 oclock Summer Resort A friend of the Record spent a day at Dripping Spring lately lie reports that this famous health giving resort is now in splendid condition to recess guests and that the management is splendid Mr and Ms Spears Fisher having charge and being fully to serve a splendid meal to appease the appitite which is sure to be giver to all those who drink the water which has a wide reputation for its curative properties It will be largely attended this season Elder Tinder will attempt to llnd time to preach several sermons there during the season A New Firm Messrs William B West and Louis Herndon have formed a partnership and will engage in the piano and or gan business at Miss Bettie Braddus old stand on Danville street They will be ready for business July 1st and will carry a full and complete stock of pianos ond organs of the very best make They will also handle the best make of sewing machines and be pre pared to repair all classes of machines These young men start out with a bright future as both are well known and quite popular as well as being ca pable in every way Xo young men stand higher in the estimation of the people and The Record bespeaks for them a most successful career UllYANTNYlLLE Mr Jack Dunn is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Mote Scott is spending this week in Louisville Dr and Mrs Durham visited in Burgin the first of the week Mr Mike Smith of London has been the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Leavell has returned from the mountians where he went to buy mules Miss Joe Helen Maret is at home after a very pleasant visit to friends Barboursville Mrs Mary Berkele Mrs Engine Berkele and daughter Etna are in Louisville this week Miss Neva Welch has returned her home in Nicholasville after a visit to Mrs W L Glass Rev W S Simpson the Presiding Elder of the district will preach here Sunday and Sunday night Mrs W T Woolfolk and daughters Anna Lee and Marguerite of Lcxing ton spent a few days last week with Mrs E W Ballard Mr and Mrs W L Glass entertained very pleasantly Thursday evining in honor of Misses Tommle Sanders and Neva Welch Of Nicholasviile Mr John Settles died Sunday at the home of his sonin law Mr Coomer Mr Settles was about eighty years of age and had served both in the Mexican and Civil War lIe was buried at Harrodsburg Monday MARKSKUKY T J Herring sold 32 lambs weighing 70 Ibs on an average at 0 cts Miss Mary Chesnutt who sprained her ankle sometime ago is improving Miss Lee Herring spent last week at McCreary with her sister Mrs Vic Mr Geo Bcner of Nicholasville was the guest of Mr Tom Chesnut a few days last week T D Chesnutt sold a splendid bunch of lambs weighing on an average per head 92 Ibs at G cts Mrs Jonah Marsee went to High Cliff Tenn to attend the furnal of her mother Mrs Parton Misses Minnie Bettie Royston and Lizzie Marksbury attended the com mencecment at Danville Mesdames Joe Arnold and Louis Arnold of Lancaster have been vititors of Mr Ben Swope Jeo Henderson sold his farm on Sugar Creek containing 250 acres to J I Hamilton for 47 00 per acre Dr Durham and family spent from Saturday until Monday with Mr and Mrs II D Aldridge of Stanford Miss Mary Durham was the guests of her brother Mr Alex Durham of Lancaster from Saturday until Mr J X Dunn and family of Roswell New Mexico left the 13th of June to make an extended visit to their old friends in Kentucky Misses May Belle Burdette and and Elizabeth Bryant two attractive young ladies of Bryantlsville were visiting friends here the first part of the week May Belle Burdette played pertoire of several pieces for the enjoy Lizzie Marksbury prepared J H Mr B F Patton I t morning I I Rice recent Monday are onlast w OE we our of in Or by Of old Best Band In The Country The management of the Lancaster Fair secured the services of the tale j brated Smitties Baud which will play fur exhibitions July 18 19 and 20 rills r will play dally concerts of the atest and most popular music and i this alone is worth the price of admis lion The band will Le composed of twenty men The first to Howl No town will become good business center so rung as only two or three men patronize their local paper in the way of advertising in itscolunins Too often the men in a few lines of trade are about tile only ones that i reach out through the agency of their home paper after trade Other mcr chants wait until these men induce the people to come to town and content themselves with trade that naturally drifts to their place And right here want to sav that if we were to columns from week to week with advertisements from mail order houses the cities these same merchants whose names rarely if ever appear our advertising colums would be the first to raise a howl against discrimina i tion against home enterprise When the truth of the matter is we have gj been hammering away week after week and year after year in a endeav to attract our readers attention to I the inducements titTered them by our IE local merchants many of whom utterly disregard the merits of heir local pa per as an advertising medium through which to reach the public So why should they kick if merchantsabroad t seek to secure custom from those whose names are upon our mailing A public spirited man should ask hint self if he is doing his part to attraction people to come to town to trade and letting the public know just inducements he has to offer The best j way on earth to do this is a liberal use printers ink Try a few applications and be convinced that it will deliver the goods M cade County Messenger To I After June 10th 1JOG we will no longer grind any custom wheat or corn or take any wheat or corn on de posit li But will buy as much of your wheat i and corn as you may suppose will be suilicent for your family use from time to time and pay YOU for same in cash or in any product we manufac p ture or handle such as Hour meal ship stulT chicken feed coal lime and cement jgjl Will buy and sell at market value f p Tic above is a departure from the i method but as soon as understood you will see that it is no trictor scenic t but fair and right between man and g man Respectfully Burnam RUCK j i cr Paint Lick Ky tf I j 4 L If m Ig r IE ill fill F Fri i II g II II list riliJ what fI rJ Our Patrons fij m II Iii I r business i i I r C t i 3 j clal Sale mbroldered 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 SllFFIBS See our Cheap Counter full of good shoes at way down prices Our line of mens Hosiery inclndes all the jgjjj newest creations THE Logan Dry Goods r Ql fr1J fJ D r m J J I iON I I I I I and lOW CUTS I 1 JffjIilJFilIiIjj F3 I Eel Q D J Shirt- Waist COM E 1 E3 E3 E3J 0 h Theres a swing and dash to these newDouble Breasted Sack Suits at 1000 cant bat app3al to knowing dressers The coat long with wellproportioned shoulders and large shapely lapels The trousers are gracefully pegged and made in plain or turnup style And the clothes will wear as well as they look because of the thoroughly good tailor ing thats put into em There are severaldo zen 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 THAT Shce 1 aM I r Wanted WHEAT CORN and HAY- Get my prices before you I have the quality and my prices are 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 100 Ibs sacks Bollards ObeliskFlour in barrels and half barrels BANKS HUDSON t VJ4I JVl I ellI I I I 1 J I y aa e MCCORMACK Sole agents fur AMERICAN FENCE Mount Elkin rr i7 Binners Mowers aAXE S IP1 CI v ff rr rl e I wz We have just received a nice line of PICTURES We will give you your choice for every twenty dollars worth of goods bought of us for cash We have a fine line of I FURNITUREon hand at right prices Call and see and be convinced j J C ROBINSON J B COLLIER Salesman The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BEST IIE GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING m W- Stormes Drug Store 1 Lime and Cement Pure Anderson County WHISKEY IS OUR SPECIALTY We sell in quantities not less than a quart GIVE US A TRIAL Both phones 291 Main St next door to Spears Lyons stable J H TRAYNOR Co Nicholasville MAY MAY DAY YOUR MOVE Tbe move should be to emphasize the importance of rent Insur ance Destruction of rented building means loss of rental income Protection against such loss is important for all and is a positive duty in the case of trusteesexecutorsadininistrators and guardians J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Besidenee No 7 I I fRAMED f 1 I IZ 8ijgLrn 8 I i I 8 Em mf Wrnn 1 1U UI IV I 1 1 VlffliiJIlWiJ1lt JUlf1LTU1 1ft1U111LT Jf1rrut fwurrrl1 iWI FREE anyone 7 a CENTRAL RECORD Issiited Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Eighth District Press League Lancaster 15 1906 In the SpanishAmerican war Gen Miles charged that many soldiers were prematurely killed by eating what he termed embalmed meat Since the recent investigations of Packlngtown his charge looms up as having been based on facts although at the time but small weight was attached to his charge It wont do to discredit altogether the mother illlaw joke merely because a Norfolk Va man rescued his moth erin law from a burning building The man probably knew that if he did not rescue her he would be under suspicion of having bound the woman and then tired the building A New York minister says it is wrong to read the Sunday newspaper oiJy when one becomes so absorbed in it that he neglects children and family This is very true The same rule applies to church going and oth er religious observances A London butcher lately posted the following advertisement in his shop window Wanted a respectable boy for beef sausage It is to he hoped that his patrons did not acquire the taste through eating Chicago goods The federation of womens clubs holding sessions in St Paul Mimi tackled the servant girl question last Monday and there came nigh being a first class scrap over it Let us have peace Should that Omaha woman a 500 diamond ever become ill of appendicitis she will probably have uo trouble in finding a doctor willing to operate on her for the salvage alone San Francisco has had another earth quake shock as a reminder to the people that they should not so soon forget the preceding disaster It isnt very often that you see a married woman of forty who still cares to read the love letters she got before marriageAs as the average man dosnt have to face starvation he doesnt mind facing hard work The prevalence of Hat residences is knocking out the stork as a national birdOut of every ten men you can usually lincl nine pretty decent fellows If you dont carry a gun the chances are you will never need one Politics isnt the man who runs it PAINT LICK Mrs Annie Adams was in Richmond SundayW has returned to his home in Louisville Conn Ashley of Wallacetown is the guest of Finley Davis Mr son Emory attended court in Danville Monday Mr John Tudor and Davis were married on last Wednesday mor ning Mr Jim Brown of Lexington is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Ben BrownMiss Lucy Malian of London is con ducting a series of meetings at Car tersville Buisness is duller in our town than it has been lor a long time Butter eggs and ham are scarce Misses Katie and Mary Beazley of Clentoiisville are the guests of their brother Mr R N Beazley Mr Ben Slaven of Danville was here Saturday to see his sister Mrs Lizzie Shumate who continues guite sick Mr C C McWhorter died at his home here on Sunday morning 3rd after a lingering illness Mr McWhorter num bared his friends by the legion having ben a citizen here for some time TIc leaves a wife and three children to morn the loss of a devoted husband and father After furenal services the burial took place at Wallacetown The symptathy of the community is extend to the bereaved ones Teachers Institute The white teachersof Boyle Lincoln and Garrard Counties will meet in joint Institute at Stanford Ky Aug C to 11190G The Institute will be con ducted by Dr R U Roark of Worcesterl pass and Mrs E E Olcolt Danville Ind All teachers holding certificates who expecting to teach at any time must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the County Superintendent The Colored Teachers Institute will be held at Lancaster KySept 3 to 8 1906 All teachers holding and who are expecting to teach at anj time must attend this Institute miles excused by the Co Supt The white teachers examination wil be held at ofllce of Co Supt the 15th and IGtb of this month The Colored teachers examination will be held at office of Co Supt the 22 and 23 of this month M Mlttle A Dunn Ky who swallowed dirtyits E C McWhorter and Miss Nora are certificates I I I r t t i fT as Tinto American by e vI Gossip About People N N v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Miss Joan Mount is visiting relatives in Covington Miss Sophronia Fox is visiting rel atives in Danville Miss Mattie Elkin is visiting in Louisville this week Miss Fannie Bishop is visiting rela tives in Eubank Ky Mr and Mrs II C Arnold are visiting in Louisville this week Mr Sam Walter of Frankfort has been visiting his parents Mr and I Hamilton were visit ors in Frankfort Monday Mr and Mrs Guy Davidson are visit log relatives in Richmond Mrs R E Henry has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Mrs Ophelia Dunn has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr Jesse Walden wife and son of Danville were visiting here Sunday Mr John Francis has gone to Eliza bcthtown where he thinks of lacating Miss Amanda Anderson returned from Cincinnati and FalmoHlh Miss Carrie Currey has been visiting her sister Mrs FD Gaines of Messers Joe and Louis Burnside were visitors in Louisville the past weekMrs H A B Marksbury is in visiting her daughter Mrs A II Rice Miss Georgia Barnes Doty of Lex ington is visiting her aunt Miss Lena BrightMiss Katie King of Crab Orchard has been visiting Miss Bettie Walker Burnside W Miller and Mrs Georgia Lusk are guests of Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Mr W 0 Rigncy wife and little daughter Alice have been in Cmcin nati for a few days Charles Zanone has accepted the position as hook keeper for the Edge wood Distilling Co Miss Bessie Mae Lear is attending a house party given by Miss Bessie Yantis of Stanford Miss Alice Walker leaves this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs William Walker of Mississippi Mrs Ann Robinson and Miss Annie Francis have returned from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick Miss Sallie Elkin is in Louisville as sisting Mr Saulley Hughes in the Garrard County exhibit Misses Rachel Henry and Margaret Zunone have been visiting Mrs Geo Spoonamore near Stanford Miss Letty Mae McRoberts left this week for a visit to relatives in Louisville and llopkinsville Miss Altie Marksbury has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J M Staughton of Middletown Ohio Mr John Davis and bride have re turned from their bridal tour and taken rooms at Miss Lena Brights Mr Goodloe Lackey wife and Miss Mary of Kansas City are visiting the family of Mr D M Lackey Mrs Charles Davis entertained the Embroidery Club the past week at the home of her parents Mrs Jacob JosephMiss Estill H Walker is expected this week from Holly Springs where she has been teaching for the past year Mr and Mrs Albert Leist of City Ind are guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden Mrs Lease was Miss Lena Gould formerly of this cityMesdames Bettie Miller of Nellie Voris of Lexington and Mary Harris of Indianapolis Ind are with their mother Mrs Susan AndersonMr and wife Messers Na poleon and Joe Price Misses Ida Lue and Lillie Grant and Dr II M Grant attended the GrantBlaney wedding in Louis L Burnside who has been clerking for J E Stormes for will leave Monday to accept a position in the drug store of W B Yonts in Louisville The many friends of Dr W D lIed leston of Oxford Miss for several years pastor of the Paint Lick church will be glad to know that Mrs Hedles ton and her daughters Misses Florence and Emily will come to Kentucky vlth Miss Estill Walker They will arrive during Home Coming and jvill come to Paint Lick the latter part of this week where they will spend a month with old friends A quiet but beautiful wedding was polemized at the home of Mrs John Ballard on Saturday afternoon when Vliss Evelyn Crawford of Lafayette Ind was married to Mr Thos Tussey jf Richmond Rev B F Kelson of the Methodist church performed the bride is a very pretty and will be remembered here as the instructor in the succesfull entertainmenUof the Union Depot the past week The groom is a popu lar business of i i Saturday Danville Louisville Mr J Michigan Danville sometime i a Mrs J laughter Brand Mississippi Lexington ceremony The young woman young man Richmond Tiiey visit relatives It 0 Tartar Deputy U S internal revenue collector in Judge J Sherman Coopers office at Danville was in Lancaster Friday on ollicial business Mr Ernest Bourne of Lexington has been with his parents Mr and B Bourne at Mt Airy Mr Bourne is a member of the firm of the Woolfork George Co and a very desiring young man Stanford Journal Miss Bessie Yantis charmingly entertained at a G oclock dinner Thursday in honor visitors Miss Anna Jackson of New York City Bessie Mae Lear of Lancaster Sadie Baughman of II us sonville and Kity Gooch of this place Covers were laid for 14 and dinner was served in six courses Bowling Green Times Journal Mrs 1 F Blackerby gave a magnificent party Saturday afternoon in honor of her sister in law Mrs McNees of Lan caster and Miss Scruggs of Flemit burg rile home was elaborately and profusely decorated There was a string band which furnished the mu sic The refreshments were of an ele nature Alice Cartwright Miss Stella Miss Halllc Cart wright assisted in doing the honors Mr and Mrs N Millers residence on Richmond street was the scene a brilliant lawn dance and party on Thursday evening given by Messers Frazier Hurt Arthur Mahan and Leonard Miller The home was dec orated for the occasion and the lawn and platform decorated in Japa nese lanterns was a beautiful sight Elegant refreshments were sewed and a string band in attendance discoursed popular music The girls were in bright summer gowns and the matrons in handsome toilet that helped along the impression that it was a gala oc cassion and it was an impressive which welcomed the guests Messers Hurt Mahan and Miller prov erg popular hosts There were about one hundred guests present Misses Jane and Mary Doty have entertained for the past week at their charming home Meadow Brook the following young ladies chaperoiled B Jennings old Mrs F P Frisbee Misses Edith Morrow Elsie Morrow Lizzie Hudson Katie Lee Denny Margurite Kinnaird Angie Kinnaird Jessie Doty Letty Mae Mc Roberts Edna Mason Ethel Annie Francis Aiiucll Tomlinscn Master Ben Hudson Frisbie Tle party has been delightfully entertaii ed with dancing swimming fishing horseback riding midnight feasts and serenades On Monday evening the party ave a German followed by an elegant collation served to twenty live couples tit guests of honor being Aiiss Joan Mount Dr and Mrs J G Bos Icy Dr and Mrs G C Paris Messrs F P Frisbie and J B Jcnnsngs With many pleasant memories and regret big that it could not continue through out the summer the party returned to Lancaster Wednesday afternoon BEUNA VISTA A D Scott made a business trip to Lexington last week Miss Askins of Wilmore is the guest of the Misses Askins Mana Lawn and Miss Irene Ruble are with relatives in Danyille Miss Lillian Poor returned this week from school at Bowling Green Overton Ison and wife of Kansas City are expected here this week Little Leatchers who has been her sister Mrs Will Duncan has returned home Misses Jennie and Mary Spinner at tended commemcement at Center Col lege Wednesday Misses Florence Christopher at d Lela Shearer are attending Central University Commencement Miss Virginia King will leave this week to visit friends at Cynthiana and attend the Home Coming at that city Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the lat ter 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 s of suffering with dyspepsia and achron Ically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria bilious ness lame hick kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by R E McRoberts druggist Price 50c 1m In this world of variery there are no two fools alike t An Alarming Situation requently results from neglect of cl g ged bowels and torpid liver until con stipation becomes chronic This condi tion 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 Peroxide is as injurious to the home as to the hair The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M Borroughs an old and well known resident of Blaffton mid 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 several years I am never it This remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summers is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an For sale by R E McRoberst The reliable druggist at Lancaster im other ant o hos- pitalIty uy J Dun F leIbus- S Miss Mrs visiting year 4 without emergency rt t u L 7 z I Wo have the best Sisal Get our prices on it I Let us sell you a Deering Binder pure- FI cTwm K MOWER Just received a ear load of Kokomo Wire Fence tie best on the market What about a we have them A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUGGIES Old Hickory Wagons Cheap Romans ck tiimore I HAYI I t I J b OR- tt s RAKE Time s- NflwTriClnolllfl ijfU rI 11td p I colors with but ne ribbon No typewriter h this for tar i- 1 M s1 Writes in three 4 other dues Valml- hie Correspondence Statistical Work Legal Documents Intricate Tabular Work Statement Work Library Indexing Wholesale Billing If you would like to see the newest invention in the type writer world call us up on the phone Th8Siriti Premier TypewriterCo 134 W 4th St Cincinnati Ohio m n I j THE Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A U DEXXY President J E STORMES Vice Prcst S C DEXXV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Etnbry Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex II Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny National Bank I vn1ECrons iv WILL Keep Your oozy Safe iW2 SolicitYoiu Basiuess B L Woods Prest V C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED We offer you fair treat CAPITAL 1000000 ment with every accorn SURPLUS 600000 modal ion that is consistent with KU ARNOLD RG GUYN BURROWS conservative WOODS Banking Our Customers are Fully Protected by fidelity and Casuality Insurance I II Drssxarons COY I J S J B WOODS E L yJ I w C FISH 31 ONLY A FEW PAIR OF Qality Shoes Remember they go at lowest price ever offered I Other Big Bargains this week Come see and Save Money FROM r v I A V Vp I fil I T Ifl L cLIlljll Ilil III IUo II Queen I i I i Left I III Iii I I I I III B L U E TillI r Isl il I 11 The Working Mans Friend Lancaster I ICI I 1 1 4i k dtt ra KyI SHIELD BRAND LOTHI N C MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS Tn3 m 3t economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R H LANCASTER h t r WiLL t 4 BAT a i BEST PAINT VALUE r 4 4 Covers Most i Econom ical Looks Full vest Measure Wears Always Longest Uniform SOLD Drug Store oot J Carriage i lost 6Ra y w4swrrr D- VMcRobts Well equipped for I Bring in your Old Vehicle and have made r I use the best rubber tire that money can buy V 1 I it new p I 1 T ROMANS U e Are GUESSING Try your ability at guessing on the Jar of Beans at Davidsons 50 Dinner Setto the nearest 1 500 in Groceries Ito second and H Dollar to five next nearest L 1 Paint Paint Paint Now is the for you to begin There is only one I paint for you to use and that is Rainbow PaintT- he 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 PRISBIES DRUG STORE 0 f X X Xic I i I I I ici lOne I tim r 41 your oQ p 0 GAri oooeoooooooooooooooaoo IfARMftiIEN WELLMADE CHEAP SLED Construction of Handy Conveyance for Use on Farm in the Winter Time I have used with much satisfaction for three nr four years it sled made on plan shown in the cut welled j rv correspondent of a sL A farr pay r 5 and i I I benches are f I hardwood i Vf x5 inches The f former is cut in pieces to form the crook and fastened securely at the joint with a couple of half ff lnrh bolts The Pir tip llfK or raves are hardwood V x UJLJ UJ r inches A notch Is rut soinicircular onehalf inch deep on hoth suites und three Inches from of benches so that when the eight oneinch onk Pius are driven rtowff through raves and Into tho runners the wiiole is lifId firmly touetlier It can he made siy sire hut mine is Ui feet jlong and V1 feet wide For hauling corn shocks to the harn for husking and green fodder to cattle plows liar rows etc to and frotn till livid it is very handy On hare ground the pole is not neeilcd EFFECTIVE POST LIFTER Can Ie Made riy Fanner from Heavy Pole and Heavy Piece of Pointed Iron B P Wnjrnnr of Missouri has pith halted the following description of a post lifter A cheap and effective post I the I a Tile runners to seasoned t ends a IOST MKTEU IN IUSITION lifter can 1m made from a stout well seasonel pest about four inches in alit six or seven feet long Have it shod with a heavy piece of Iron with an outturned point After working the posts loose it is a very easy matt to lift them from the ground with the implement shown in the accompanying engraving using another post as a fulcrum SEASONABLE JOTTINGS Start a set ot books Be a busi ness farmer An English agricultural society has offered prizes for the best fenced limns Good time now to get tho last of the wood snugly titled up before begin to push in other direc tionsI take my chances hiring the man who picks up the hoe that lies In his way rather than the man who goes around it E L V Winter on the farm is tint simply the time for resting It is the best time in the world to read think and plan for the future Farm Journal According to a botanical glossary an ergaslopuygopnyter is a plant that has escaped from cultivation Just think comments the Rural New Yorker of having to tight such a mon ster as that in our neglected fields While beans will grow in a wide variety of soils and climates says the Orango Judd Farmer the produc tion of the commercial crop seems to be limited chiefly on account of the attacks of the bean weevil to a nar row belt along the northern border of the United States and to a portion of California An Acre for the Boy I believe in giving the boy or girl an or two of good land close to the house upon the understanding that I am to furnish trees plants and seeds to stock the plot and that he or she is first to supply the family with all the fruit and vegetables the family can use and then have the balance to sell to best advantage the proceeds to be his or her own This will serve to center the childrens in terest in the farm says a writer In the Orange Judd Farmer and the will soon follow that there is no place where a person can live as independent and pure a life as in the country Go Warmly Clothed Some folks pride themselves they never wear an overcoat around the farm when at their work in the winter But it is cheaper to wear clothes enough to keep from taking cold than it is to brag and pay doctors bills Cut Up Part of the Hay Part of the hay may be cut and moistened before feeding the being fed long as the carriage horse has plenty of time for his food Women Wear Old Shoes Mrs J A Livingston of Lima Miss to be possessed or the oldest pair of shoes still in active service in the United States The venerable lady is jelebrated for having the smallest feet In the state This fact has enabled Mrs Livingston to wear the pair of shoes her father presented to her more than 60 years ago It was in JS39 that the shoes Since she has raised ten children the now 21 years of age She still wears the shoes on all occasions p 1 I acre I I because masticat- Ing claims same I diameter things conviction remainder received the youngest t a a f P II Swinebroad at Law Lancaster Kentucky L over drug store JS Zit ICIISSg E I Z Et n O O1 r j jJti Iil J8 J J i ii M iji ooIcIg 2 J 0 I I EEIHf I 2 i wmllerndon G BSalaebroad Herndon Attorneys 1- Utlice rer rrrr- i i n g a vwtci lorcix rcl riz n y Qtj r OJ HIts o tin II Kennedy Solon B Henry IENEOY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works L 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 JABeazIey Uideriaker I rtIollTIlllBnts and Tombston8s 1 Arterin1 and Cavitj Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit Full and complete line of MidSummer The ladies are invited to inspect our line as can please you in both quali ty and price Ada M Kinnaird Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street PIIOXK 180 I 1 r I I II I I Iwe I I L t OOOOOOOOOooooooooo oaooaoooeoo4oo40000004oooooP00 MILLINERY cordially lorida-J New Orleans Cuba HI reached comfort Y iOEEIICRESCDII M ROUTE AND I SOUTHERN RY M THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special In Service January th 1906 Solid Pullman Train CINCINNATI 025 T M IEXINGTOII 1140 P M j DANVILLE A IIDining and Observation Cars far JackBonviilc and St Augustine via Clntuvnuugaand Florida Limited Solid CINCINNATI 8OO A M LEXINGTON 1035 A M DAWVHLE 11OOA IJ Queen Crescent Special Solid train Clnrlnnatl Jcxlneton Dan vide to Sew Orleans via and llirmincliam also through llillmatiHerviio t via Asheville andand Charleston lnlertourlst tickets now on salesreduced rites For Inlormatlon apply Chas W Zcll D P A Cincinnati H C Kin C P T A Lexlnjtoa Ky Mch i iun6 NOICTll rOINU For Klchmond Winchester Lexlng No10 ton Friiukfort Loulgvillu Cynthia AM I mi Pads Carlisle CanI Ingtoii Ciucliinutl etc i For Winchester ViriiXii30 ryntliliiim Lexington Frankfort ill I M Shclliyvllle Louisville SOUTH KUUNU Jelllco Crab Orchard Me Noii Verujn Livingston London Cor lisa A n bin Only carries Uxusengrd for points For Stanford Junction Citv Leba 153 rM nou Louisville Nashville Etc Xo For Stanford and way stations82G1M j Trains run dally except Sunday Above iiLEA VINO trop at all sttious when flagged Xo 10 makes direct connection at Wln cluster 7 7 A M with C O for all west to Louisville tart at S55 A JI for nil points eat to Ashland Train Xo SO mnkes direct connection at Wii clie tiTM3S with C O for nil porn Iwest to Louisville Train Xo ii makes direct connection at Row land I2i 1 M for all points south to NortonVH and Kniixville Xoi makes direct connection at Roiv lund 213 1 M fur till points north to Louis cilia Fare the some viII either Winchester or Uow laud to Louisville SOUTH ICUN ICAILXVAV Ic Dnnrillit 3S A jr- Arr Louisville sli A M Ivo Louisvillu JM M Arrot Lculs 012 IM No rj daily Nil ltlullI- vo St Liiuis 1000 A M 1010 IM Arr Louisville 715 IM 710 iM Ivo Louisville 7r SW A M Arr Danville 1100 IM 1115 A XosJ and 21 are solid trains between Han elite and St Louis currying observation cafo aunt parlor curund vestibule conches through without change Xos 1 and 2 are sold trains between Danville and St Louis carrying full man sleepirs and free reclining choir cars through without change Th DISCOVERS OynnainiMr M uf fc J RHEUMATISM WMturcd with tine Buttle in 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CURE lg Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist I Wide Experiencein Millinery Business Oy has taught us what to se leer to suit the people Wei have always strived to please the people and think we have a better fi selection this Spring than jg ever before I S1H1E D fiLLET j I I I I I i jn Le Train Cotchcs Pullltlln Sleepers 1Intne Gars for J1r1solllIeSt and owOrll1M lrmlnlum 6 R A GAnnETT w c u1 AaClCliXTI Trains Time Leave t in eQect Lancaster J For etc I t Train P Train WESTHOUN I dally O 111 1OlrI jrA EAsT ou r nenns SSSn with KitlnryllVER IIY rulgists 1 1 io Ore 0 0 I 1JlffjJ CPl r g Qt arff i jaTj fro D Atra ta Leavo fir J Dar Obser t5tlonand Anua rtnr era ClaattanoogaAtlantaand c Jark4m ute nt a nah S ataxsnsos et St Not R s 111 t 0 Nod dally Not al aOh rat M at rat Columbus 0 Sold 0 0 Perfect satisfaction buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right i in Such a perfect combination can only De toun our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit Paints Oils Varnishes Etc 2s 2 037Phone 125 Miin street LDANVII Y I d at j ib ors 1 iVHKXvc CCOc coocws WN xvN v The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of st and has been made under his per All Counterfeits Experiments that Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other substance Its age is its guarantee It and allays Fcvcrlslmcss 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 awl natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years I TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut 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 11 sonal supervision since its this Imitations and Justasgoml are but trifle with and endanger the health of Paregoric is NalCotie Vorills fA4 TNC CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET NEW CITY s i i E I t i Ve 3 3 J E Corni Bros jg Pr infancy S destroys TONII 111PiiP11P11P11P11P11i11i111111PIII11P11P11P11P11P IIP11P11PI1P11P11P11P11 I E r C R 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 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 TE STUDIO LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKEK VIe Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL lsooo SURPLUS io B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Row I satisfiedwith fOX 3l I I I 3 1 j That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We twill call for vour work M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky a KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery Price I OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK WITH s FOR QUGHS and 11100 I SOc For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Two hundred million acres of land will be plowed this year in the United States and about Jt000000 plows are on the farms to do the work The capital invested in plows alone 80000000 The largest incubator ever built in the world owned by Dr S B Smith of near Bucrrus Ohio and capable of holding 80000 eggs at one setting has just produced its first brood On the trial 250000 eggs were put into the monster mechanical lieu The giant Is as large as a small house with an engine and blower to force heated air through it Through the carelessness of an en po s the heat in the incubator was mute too severe and the entire set ting with the exception of 28 were roasted The slight error has caused the doctor a loss of thousands of dollars Death From Lackjaw never follows an injury dressed with liucklcns Arnica Salve Its antiseptic dun healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Ilensselaersvilie N Y writes It cur ed 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 lm CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the Signature of EllS ONLY MONUMENT WATER IS SHAFT OF FRENCH NOBLEMAN Vain Buring of Foreigner Is Recalled by Six Inch Column Wliicli Spurts from Ground to a TwelveFoot Height Traverse City Jlicli A column of water six inches in diameter ascending to a height of 12 feet in a flow that has continued for almost half a century is the monument to Marquis Do This flowing well has given Fountain Point near this city its name and the story of the bighearted French noble min and his beautiful American wife Is a familiar one throughout this region It was in the early COs that the marquis came to this country He be lieved that somewhere under the Grand Traverse region there were deposits of oil and gas and probably coal and He bought the land where Point is now situated on Lake Lee lanaii commonly called Carp lake and began drilling operations Into the hole where the fountain now is he poured his wealth until his fortune could no longer stand the strain He did not strike oil or gas but instead a wonderful stream of water which has supplied the well to this day After his unsuccessful experience with the oil well the marquis marrieti a beautiful young girl of the region Al though she was connected with the best families and was a cultured and re lined young woman his aristocratic family thought the affair a mesalliance and refused to meet the wife the son had wooed and won In what was then a wildernessThe and his wife moved to Chicago and took up their residence in a fashionable hotel His failure in and the conduct of his parents preyed upon his mind He became morose and day walked into of time hotel and shot himself through the head dying instantly His was prostated with grief A short time after his death before his parents were yet aware of It they sent an emissary here to seek their son extend their forgiveness and have him come home with his bride but they too late Afterward they met his wife and becoming Impressed with her and intelligence took her as their daughter She would not leave the land of her birth and consequently is still living in Chicago or vicinity She Las a large number of relatives in this part of the state How to Break Uo a Cold It may be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be com pletely broken up In one or two davs are dis charge from the nose and a thin white coating on the tongue When Cham berlains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first appearance of these symptoms 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 yeti able druggist of Lancaster lm FOR CONGRESS- We arc authorized to announce JUDGE Jolts W HUGHES of Mercer county as a can dilate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Cognress succeedlion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party Jesse DJeaien Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners In Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Companies rep resented and possi ble rates are guaranteed Kentucky Gaines Hotel k X c J r represented r t minerals Fountain business one beauty Itcounteracts anca8ter F j incubator lie th cola to 19SN leis char d race gent it be of 1 t li 11 i J Ul vUl Jl U mitt it in own way White lies would do no harm if we were not all more or less color blind If marriage were a failure 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 talc of baud CIUCUIT COUUT W II Furr Aduir c Pill VS Kate Royston c Deft Hy virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1900 in the above styled case I as Muster Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY JUNE 25th 1900 being County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar raid County Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following tracts of land in Garrard County Kentucky On the waters Creek said tract of land is divided into two par eels one containing thirty acres arid the other ten acres and that said thirty will be first and seperate from said ten and in the event the said thirty acres brings piiilntiifs debt interest and costs inafter set out said ten acres will sold but if it does not bring the said debt interest and costs then the whole bract will be sold Said whole tract is bounded as follows Beginning at a point in the middle the County road in line to L Y Leavell and corner to Isaah Kelly thence with middle of road and with said Kelly S 20 i W 63 links S TJ W 4 chains S 40 i W 10 38 chains to a point in the middle of said road cor ner to said Kelly and to W ILFurr thence leaving road and with 86 E 3U75 chains to a stone and wal stump corner to L Roystons heirs lands and Abe Falkner thence with said Falkners line X 221 W 13 GO chains to an oak stump cor ner to Leavell thence with his line 7J- SUi 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 left tract and is bounded as follows Be ginning at a stake a new corner to the L Y Leavell tract now E II Walker thence a new line the ten acres with dwellings c S 22 W 13 chains toa stake corner to line to V II Furr thence with said SO E2910 chains to a stone and walnut stump corner to L Roystons heirs laud and Abe Falkner thence with said Falkner N 22J W 13 GO chains to an ash stump corner to L Y Leavell land now E II Walker thence with line of same N SO 1 W 1025 chains to the beginning con thirty 3U acres The said ten acre tract has the dwell house e upon it Said sale is made for the pupose of realizing the sum of 837CT5 which is plaintiffs debt and interest and costs approxi mately to day of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bend of equal instal meats payable with good security to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing G per interest per from date of sale until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at marurity the the force tad effect of a judg moat A loin will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money ROTH WELL raster Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson Atty for Plaintiff This June 2nd lliOG Health In Lancaster 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 diaeases are the most common McRoberts belives that the problem of long life is solved by proper care of the digestive organs Let 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 ectly result from a weakened stomach Of all the vital organs the stomach is the most frequently abused and hence the one toich most frequently fails 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 important step has been taken towards the question of good health kud Take one of the little Mi ona tablets before each meal with the fixed deter urination that you are going to get well andit will not be many days be tore you can eatangthing without fear of indigestion It E 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 fails FARM For SALE Having sold our farm on Sugar Creek we now wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old Dan sills pike miles from Lancaster j GHENDBICKSON Fireproof and WeatherproofRoofing Farmers Builders and Contractors can save from 25 cts to81 00 per square Ready Rooting We sixteen diferent in stock complete ready to lay Any saw and hatchet carpenter can lay it Our prices will EWepies and prices either in person or by malt Karsuner Withers Roofing Co Wholesale Dealers 152 Main Lexington Ky 4t k du- I your Drakes hoes sold sold Furl- S out in- line same in FurlS of arnum J lI R E R E thee weakness dire n long life 2 o handled ta m GAR 11U of acres be t ming tag shaving solving F n w r m rLii tot G the gun says ject P to R at C Following The Flag When our so Idlers went to Cuba and Philippines health was the mot important consideration Willis retired Commissary Sergeant of Runt Route 1 Concord N II I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and to colds 1 took Dr Kings New Dis co very for Consumption which kept me in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we lind it the best cine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung es Guaranteed at It E McRoberts druggist Price uOc and 8100 Trial bottle free lm Old maids spinsters and bachelor girls comic 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 ro suits but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience fur These people however are none the less friends of this They have done much toward making it a household word by their personal recommendations to friends and neighbors It is a good medicine have in the home and is widely known for its cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by E McRoberts the reliable druggist Lancaster lm All kind of water melon seed atWards grocery Wesell it Bros Try our canned goods The best in town Currey Herndon Fresh vegetables every week Currey Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins House Paint Ilaselden Bros To save money on Harness see Ilaselden Bros For Sale One of the most desirable houses in Lancaster Call at residence corner of Paulding and Water streetAlso a number of useful household articles D D Geiger Coal salt hay and corn for Special inducements to these car load My motto is full weight or measure and lOOcts worth furS100 weigh after me and be Phone 110 J A Jones tf Car load of wire fence just received llasclden Bros Ice Crean Soda Water ati FrisbiesDrug Store tf Croquet sets SlOO each at Wards uro 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 very best qual ity Currey tf Bring your orders for plants to J lIBracket lower Main street Stanford coITee pot only one on the mar ket Cnrrey tf We have just received a large new line of freezers Dont fail see them tf Currey Herndon Dont fail to get Blankes when in town Sold only by Currey Ilerndon tf Fresh light bread everyday at Zim mers tf Fresh cakes baked every day at Zim mers tf I will stand the tine Jersey bull otter at my farm at2 money due when services rendered tf Wm S s pay more for country than in tovvar Dont fail to bring us Currey Our Ice Cream Soda is iiWly del icious Try a glass Drug Store y tf Just Received New lot sewing machine and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Just Received A swell line of Commence meat Get one before they are picked over West Please call and get your watch or clock which I have repaired The work is ready and you should call for it at once I P Thompson tr For the Public Good tryourtf S A Walker We have just line of collars and Stiirts Come and see omphill West Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tt To Be Canceled The following bonds of the ter School will be redeemed on July 1 1906 by presentin to E W liar ris treasurer Nos 7 10 12 21 24 30 42 43 46 51 59 03 6675 77 No interest paid on the foregoing bond after July 1st J B Klnnaird Sect tf For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon R W Miller of Madison county as a candidate to the Eighth District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon Gilbert subject to action of the democratic arty b I led dice y M cas T Mole USA beill I remedy Herndon Ellwood V There is but one Ruberoid Roofing tt tf When in town can and see our drip he 5 I We prod ce anyone r S lIe tt Fri for gattrna Wils ros Bonds I njJ I disc C wan con cal Car f C C C cr Emh pours s nee Icmphill S new they C Lam s the fiyy ht ss r it get tf ply V r S rnranpt attention awl quick delivery it Walkers grocery tf You will always find in my stock the latest novelties in china and Queens ware SA Walker tf Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking is the best it Is the cheapest you 10 bushels for 8125 Phone UO J A Junes About ten or twentylive acres of good gross land fur grazing for this year Will rent for entire year Ap to this ollice tr Freshest and cheapest town at for tife Grad uating class remember thirt there is only one place wlice can get Lowneys Candy fn that is at Frisbies tf in tcr for Lf wneys Fine We steep their full and nl ways fresh Frisbies tf kind r fresh Wo tables tt Walkers grocery tf Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roopa and limberneck quickly cured by Ux 11 44 or itcosts you nothing Ask your localdruggist Price 0cls tr Fine Hogs For Sale of iirported English Berkshire for salelliey are perfect specimens and it wHyou lo k at Miem Address EC Garman Stanford Xy tf The Best Flour I have the celebrated BallardsFlour on hand and can make a that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the ex qualities of this Flour I it in barrels Frank B Marksbury For rock Cotton prices on see S A Walker tf of mer Under wear as have everything new Ifampliill West Good Harness Marc Will sell a No 1 harness andmare i years old For particulars inquire of J P Duty or call at For Sale One tine mill cow ApPly to J H Kinnaird atBank Tomatoes Early Sweet Potatoes Her all of the best quality Joseph Faulconer 3 We have the best 50 75 cts shirtsshown in this place HQinpliilLfe West New line of stick pins at I P For Sale The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville streetThe lot contains about one and one half acres with a good two story house containing 8 rooms also large garden barn and barn lot For particulars write or apply to C W or F P Frisbie1 Entire New Stock I have an entire new stock of groceries etc and there is not one article of old goods in my house Call and see Everything fresh new and clean patronage is appreciated Phnoe 83 S A Walker Hurry Up Those parties who have brought work to me had better and call for it as it has been repaired for some After so many days have passed 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 exclusive sale of Hot coal East Tennessee semi Cannel does not nopand sparkle like other mixed coal You want your house filled early this season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to from now on Phone me or call at my tf J A Jones HOMESEEKERS RATES To the West and Southweet On the First and Third Tuesday in tad June 1906 the Southern way will have on sale special trip excursion tickets to point in the atgreatly reduced For Rates and further information call on or address W G Morgan I T A II C King C T A or 1 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 will resume her work of tf Prof Lippard wishes the names of all interested in entering the Lancaster Business College in June Send names to this ollice It Plants Tomatoes Cabbage and Sweet Pnta to plants all varieties Phone 212 tf Mrs Gco Smith Notice to Chickenraisers 44 cures chicken cholera roup Lim berneck and gaper Price 50 cents no no pay guaranteed by R E Me tf I am prepared to do the best Clean ing and Pressing on shortest notice guaranteed Ring No 223 S B Baker tf in the lisa and vou better value for your mono than any one else Frisbies Drug Store tt Imnortant Notice Rx 41144 is sold under a guarantee by R E Mc Roberts to care roup and liirberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay R E McRoberts tf Coal Coal Coal get my prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson I can interest you in prices on coal and wheat Banks Hudson Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tt Banks Hudson ce i t f groceries t 1 R E McHobtrts I have a number ho please to Do not fail to see thi trIPlants Cabbage suns hllll v tHee SPECIAL ay king Rx 411 We are headquarters wil Jive cei cuR ranted i f- In cau and Drug Store e are exclusive agmtt art lion Caul assay nsc L Ur r lure All ling h grocer our lit Si beSurc hr atiu I Sr Phut imp tine Ca dress re oberts Druggist pm fore rytl s Y ec Rand one sing reat InventionNtlttires G L On R I g a h dc banks oh de Amazon faraway faraway Vbar Dr Green pits August Ilowers to day Ah firked V se flowfrs ii AMgist in ale ttra aldo Ise a Yankee ah loops to be dar still JAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus ina and processes of digestion and ab for building and rebuilding by preventing AM or causes interrupt healthy and feet natural result in intes tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitis of the duct of unhealthy fowls nervous headache find other complaints such as colic jaundice etc JAugust Flower is natures intended Two sizes 250 750 All druggists Fur ale by II 1C 5cl oboriM Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Grab Oreiiard Goiemled fater PRICE 50c E druggist las the cx alive agency for this water in Lan caster Kentucky Whites C Water Co CRAK ORCHARD KY SOMETHING NEW audentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading and in and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE theta and will promptly 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 Many people who are neglecting symptoms of trouble hoping it will wear away arc its worst forms tops irregularities urinary organs and builds the wornout tissues of the kid neys so they will perform their functions property Healthy kid neys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them Diseased not and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing OLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system1 How to Find Out You can easily determine If your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the upon arising If upon examination it or or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it vour kidneys are diseased and at once Q B Burhans Testifies After Four Years About four years azo I wroto you statlnr thS I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble brtakuK less than two bottles of Kidney Cure It entirely stopi cd the brick dust sediment And uln and symptoms of kidnoy disease disappeared I am glad to say that Ihave never had a return of any of those symp toms during the four years that have elapsed llllj UilliUVLVi tJ o UUliJ one suffering from kidney or bladder Two Sizes 6Qo and 100 SOLD AID RECOMMENDED It For sets by C C EStorma All kecin constipation regulator k C teco 1 jGLJSIS 1 Ial nearsighted refund BRI 1 HY P I DI AtSE kid n e y Diseased FfjO fJS RI0tit I tJ cUH tm strengthens- the causingdizziness I CURE should betaken j I O B Oarhans of Carlisle Center N Y wrttes and I am cured to stag cured re Cure to antI r I f nor se antiutl c TAiOiNaRt lasses t 9r 1 Ju r hT F ta u FOLEY S l evidently a F