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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MASCH 8 tU07rENrJBNrB YEAR I sZ Mumsts iffiffiffiffiffwiff rowwiffitfflfiff flfunffiff Just received a CAR LOAD Ahlbarnd Buggies The Built To Wear Line Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co We appreciate deeply the manner in which the trade of Garrard and surrounding counties has stood by us We know we have won this patronage solely by honest square dealing and by never working unsatisfactory goods or misrepresenting anything to our customers We are enjoying the best trade we have ever had and are determined to hold it by treating our customers fairly and giving them value received for every dollar spent with us We are deeply grateful to you and will redou ble our efforts to continue to merit your patronage Our immense stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods Notions Etc continues to roll in and we advise that you call early and get first choice We call especial attention to The Elite Skirt Fit and Quality Guaranteed TIlE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated mm 3 I a Ha eI en Bro I LE a m WU II r E iEE 1- EE r rrrof E rr rE r1-E r1 r rr ranEErrEEEE r1 r iM1M ii11N1 H 1 H I WmHeTBdoa Sea D Herndon EKNHN IEBH6N Attorneys At law laarit Kentucky Once ever Stermea dreg store I i Undertaker CaitJ ItilLOR DavWe Street sill uIuSuUUUuuuIuSIuUsuSUss1pSpSSIu- IT J JR3cdz1c- i L1 eIT1IIthl Once t l DAVIDSON Attorney At OBce over PofiieeCaurt room Prompt attention to business II R Law FULL LIME users fO gfjIL tLTtOBES ALWAYS INlit STOCK JIIUIIlIIl11I1 1J41I1I1I II II IIJI 111111 1 111111 1111 IU I I Circuit court Monday Tomorrow Friday night Singin Skule at the Court House Be there The Cotillion Club will uive a ball at Armory Hall on the evening of the 15th A Frankfort orchestra will Play Rev C S Ellis Is conducting a at Beiea His pulpit was filled Sunday by Rev Mr Stout who was pas tor of the local Baptist church some years ago The K P lodge has taken on new life A large number of members were present at last meetingand the one to be held tomorrow Friday evening promises to be even better in point of attendance Good Business Mseting The Eighth District Press League had a very profitable meeting in this city Saturday Some of the newspaper men did not attend owing to illness and other causes but there were en ongh present to transact some business They were entertained at dinner by Mr and Mrs Louis Lan dram New Stable at Danville Mr D F Logan has opened a new uptothe minute livery stable at Fourth and Main streets in Danville He has handsome vehicles and line horses and is well prepared to take care of your rigs when in that city Dave has many friends in Garrard who are glad to know they will have an opportunity to patronize him Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard Court will convene Monday with the lightest docket in many months Aside from the cases against Humber for killing Pollard and Jennings for killing Miller the Comonwealths docket amounts to little or nothing This speaks well for the county and goes to show that our people are as we have always contended the most law abiding on the face of the globe Old Landmark Gone The old Peacock building has been torn away by the Haselden brothers who have commenced the erection of a large up to date brick building on the As stated in a previous issue of Record the new room will be into their present store mak lug one of the largest hardware houses Kentucky The Haselden Bros do a wholesale business and are with much success in the ven i By permission of the Editor of The I beg to express my and gratitude to my relatives and friends for words of and acts of kindness during illness of my beloved wife whose was my greatest bereavement J P Bourne meeting important Circuit J I I A heartful The Card Lots of fun at the Singin Skule at Court House tomorrow Friday night Dont miss it Died In Stanford The wife of E M Walker formerly chief of police in Lancaster died at Stanford Monday His many friends here extended sympathy to Mr Walker in his bereavement Interment Saturday The remains of Mrs Lewis L Walker arrived from Colorado Springs Friday night and the funeral sevrvices held in the Presbytertian church Saturday afternoon conducted by Rev C C Brown The interment took place at the Lancaster Cemetery The large number of people present and the wealth of lovely floral designs was a proof of the high estimation in which Mrs Walker was held by all who knew her The remains were accom panied to Lancaster by her brother Will Mrs Bourne Dead After a illness Mrs James Bourne died at the family on the Danville pike Saturday night She was ill for several weeks and all that human skill and attention could do was done for her but she grew gradually worse and there was little hope of recovery for a week before she passed away Mrs Bourne was the wife of Squire Jas Bourne and a daughter of the late James Herring being to many prominent people and widely known in Garrard county She was a devoted member of Methodist church and a woman of many lovely traits of character The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Mr Wil Hams at the Methodist church Sun day afternoon the burial taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery His many friends extend deepest sympathy to Squire Bourne as he is one of the most popular men in the county Getting Together The tobacco growers all over the state are forming one of the strongest and most satisfactory organizations ever accomplished in Kentucky In many localities the effects have already been felt in beetter prices for the weed Garrard county is progressing nicely in the move and we expect to see a verv large and substantial organization within a very short time Every class of business men except the farmers are thoroughly organized and why they have put it off so long is hard to under The farmers are the backbone of the country and if they will only organize and stand together it will not be long before they vcill have the world by the tail with a downhill pull The Record advises every far mer both large and small to attend meeting called for the farmers in this way only can thev ever be to hold out for decent prices for their products and be masters in of servants I lingering residence related only Dont You Like This Town You live here Your business interests are here Your home is hereYou are reading a Mail Order Catalogue That indicates that you are not spending your money in this town You are spending it with strangers in a big city That city has no use for this town except to get your money This town has use for your money If spent here your money will help to the town It will help to build up your own busi buildup ness IEr 1 run more T money will back to you if you spend it at home than if you send it to Chicago or some other large city You spend a dollar with Smith up the street Smith spends it with Brown around the corner Brown is just as likely to spend it with you as with anybody else Did you ever think of that AH have to spend money There is an art in spending it where it will do the most good If spent so that it will circulate around this town and community it will help this town and community You belong to this town and community Therefore it will help you Isnt that good logic Suppose you think it over next time you pick up the Mail Order Catalogue the long of your if ofus I I come Friday night Singin Skule The skollars are working hard to a good entertainment in the Singins Skule at Court House Friday night McRoberts is selling seats for the Singin Skule Lecture Sunday Night Mr Fanning the temperance will speak at the Christian church Sunday night Everybody cor dially invited to attend Mr David Arnold Dead Mr David Arnold for many years a resident of this city died in Nicholas ville Tuesday and was buried in that city Wednesday afternoon Mr Arnold was born and raised in this city and had many friends among the older people who remember him so well He was eightyseven years of age He leaves several children among them W A and Watt Arnold of Lancaster Uncle Dave was a kindbearted hon orable citizen and was well thought of by all who knew him Compliment for Bob Eicholasville Journal Upon the payment of 165000 the State Board of Argriculture that body by resolution permanedtly located the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville Robt E Hughes was elected secretary for the ensuing year at a salary of 2500 Mr Hughes is a son of M D Hughes of Lancaster He is at present secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club secretary of the Greater Louisville Ex position and publisher of Business a trade journal He was secretary of the Kentucky State Commission at the St Louis Worlds Fair and also held similar position in the management of Home Coming Week in Louis ville He will make good any where you put him Is your Property Safe Every person has valuable papers some jewelry or other property which is valuable and should be protected from burglars and fire It is great fol ly to keep these in your residence where they have absolutely no protec tion The Garrard Bank Trust Co has a large number of safety boxes built in its splendid vault which are for rent at a very small price per year You are given the key and no one but yourself has access to it but yourself Now why not rent one of these boxes and thereby insure yourself from loss The Garrard Bank Trust Cohas ren ted many of the boxes but have some left which will cost you but a trifle and YOU can place your insurance pol icies your will receipts or anything of value where you know it is safe Better speak for a box now while you can get any size you want I give tomorrow absolutely lecturer Get our prices on this Wagon lir Call and inspect our line of BuggiesRoad CartsEtc We use the best Rubber Tire on the market Reduced prices on Harness for 30 days Gonn Bros Ii Your 1ccount is Due llease call and Settle J H T OG1N i j I I Rash 1J r I AA I ta wrw SEED I I Clover Timothy Orchard Iand Blue Grass Oai Load ern seed oats just received I COALThe best grades at the Ilowest prices IFE We in at an times Corn md Hay IA 1 r rE L Woods Prest W C Fish ice Prest W G Kemper Cashier i PEOPLES Paint Lick i I COl PORTED f recleaned and clipped north I Corn Oats Hap Ship Stuff and Mixed reed are the market for i BANKS HUDSON f BANK We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I I CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 800000 JJIKKCTOKS M COY R L R G GUYN J S B WOODS E L W C FISH ARNOLD WOODS I III I BURROWS- J If Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance THEE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 101000 A R DEXXY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry DIltECTOUS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny 0 Caser Bookkeeper Sam TK WILL Keep Your Inej Safe I I Solicit Your Business Lie McRoisKKTS Prest 1 W ELMOUK Cashr J C EUBAXKS Vice Prest R I BUIITON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Barak Trust Co JXCO RPOIIATED It is the aim of this insti tution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest Inprevei Vault and Safe officered and counseled ty a directorate whose integrity and busi ness experience are too well Known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to appreciated II K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear XV L Lawson VV R Cook DIRECTORS H T J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin Rankin R I Burton We have an exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAXWe have stock 50 Twenty Mule Team Borax books that we get on a special offer They are extremely interesting to tlaar children and as long as they last we will give out each i ponnd purchase of BORAX at 2oc When these are gone we cannot secure more at any price once and take advantage of this special offer as you will need the Borax in the curing of your meet fRISBIES DRUG STORE Lan aSb r Ky Blrglar Proof ob1 be Logan r C Ij ill fL with I Comeat t PIE ding t l CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPiibr at the Poet Office in Lnncaster Ell SrcfintlClnf Mail Matter Lancaster Ky March 8 1906 Mr Thomas Pickles editor of the Richmond Register strikes the nail the head when he places before people of Madison county the name of Mr Ansil D Miller for representative of the county in the next General Assembly It would be impossible to find a man who would work harder or put forth more honest sincere efforts to bring about wnat is best for the people of the state Mr Miller is in every way and if the people send him to they certainly have no cause to regret their Miller has dune more with is paper for the democracy of Madison than any worker could possibly accomplish Then too isnt about time the cians were rewarding the men who have spent their time money and energies for the party Congress after away with over a billion dollars of the public money adjorned Monday Aside from making the large and extravagant propriations and increasing the of the members Congress did nothing worthy of mention The time was in delivering eulogies on de ceased members wasting time over the discharge of some trifling colored soldiers and the making of windy speeches on matters of which the cared nothing Congress is fast becoming as much of a fare as is the average state legislatures The Courier Journal is offering a prize for the most beautiful girl in the state With so many perfect beau ties in Kentucky it is ditlicult to see how this question can be decided The Courier Journal has never yet fallen down on any undertaking but we fear the grand old paper is up against it this time State troops are again on duty in Jackson protecting the court in the Hargis trial Its a dirty mess there and the govenor should withdraw the troops and let the fuedists kill off one aiot her Thats the only way in which the state will be ridden of the lawless element up there Only a few more Kentucky towns are yet tu vote on local option and then the state will be dry from eend to eend with the exception of a few of the large cities Even in the latter there is talk of voting out the saloons Verily the days of the legal sale of King Alcohol are numbered A Chicago woman left her husband because he swore when she asked him to hook her waist up at the back The pjor devil was excusable and any judge who is a married man will anything he sues for Theres a bright side to everything While bemoaning the approach of hot weather and the festive ice man re member that the peekaboo shirt waist and openwork stocking will arrive a bout the same time Some fellow whines Its easier to touch a mans heart than his pocket book We doubt the assertion for the fellow with a fat pocketbook has no heart It cost a Baltimore man 1475 to kiss another mans wife We would have to see the lady before deciding wherther the price was low or exhor bitant The Spring hats for ladies are more freakish than ever Most of them a tantalized setting goose A New York doctor says man will out grow his stonrich If in the business certainly It is hoped the continued cold weath er will materially retard the crop of Soring poets Afflicted Wita Rheumatism I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington In dian Territory but thanks to Cham barlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the best of liniments If trouble with rbeu matism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by R D McRoberts The reliable Druggist of Lancaster im Notice The firm of Romans Elmore has been dissolved by mutal consent Mr J W Elmore retiring All parties indebted to the firm will please come forward and settle at once as the business of the firm must be wound up without delay W J Romans J W Elmore Lost about Feb 1Q Gold heart shap ed stick pin words Forget Me Not no one side Reward for return to this office Lost Saturday old gold watch charm about size of halfdollar In itials W R G on one side with small diamond Engraved work on other side Reward for return to W 2t r I Entered a equipped Frankfort get iug ape consumed public promptlygrant newspaper 38 tf B Gott I o th generally resemble e Called Meeting The Democratic Committee of Gar rard county is called to meet at the court house Saturday March 9 at two oclock p m to determine the I line and manner of a candidate Legislature All prospective can didates are requested to be present W G Gooch Chm G B Swinebroad Sec Greater Louisville Exposition The city of Louisville is preparing to put the big pot in the little one by holding the greatest exposition ever witnessed in this section of the coun try The exhibits will be placed in the handsome new armory building of the largest in the South and al most every available foot of space already been asssigned It is not moneymaking scheme but is gotten up to show the people of this section of the country what Louisville do and is doing The date for opening is March 18th and as the railroads will grant greatly reduced rates the Falls City will be crowded during the entire time One of the featnres will be the music furnished by the celebrated Creatores band Fannie Pollard sold G nice shoats to Mr Hendren for 444 90 L D Chesnutt bought a span of work mules paying for them 30000 Floyd Herring bought of Turner Floyd a sow and pigs for 2000 M F Route was in Lexington last week the guest of M C Joe Aldridge bought a pair of good work mules from B G Fox for 275 B F Robinson bought of Mattie Garrett a sow and 6 pigs for 2600 Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs Jim Bourne at Lan caster Mrs Sue Brady of Gadsden Alabama is the guest of Mrs C K Poindexter for the week Poindexter was the guest Sunday of Mr Church Yeager of Boyly County Miss Mary Grimes has been suffering intensely for several weeks with Neuralgia Mrs Jno Woods and little Robert Cobb have been ill with the grip but are reported better Mr Wells who has teen living at Camp Robinson the past year moved to Bryantsville this week Miss Sank Herring has returned home McCreary after sdending a week with her sister Mrs Victor Kice Mr Marcee visited Mr Tom Turner of Bourne Saturday and Sun day who is quite sick with the grip Mrs Bell Perkins was taken suddenly ill last Saturday night and no improve ment of her condition is noted at this congregation will convene for business next Saturday morning at 11 oclock Dont forget it The pas tor has somthing to tell you Miss Katie Patton one of best in structors in this part of the country will begin a four months term on next Monday Mrch 11 at Rice Academy Mr Price Bourne recently lost a valuable horse with lockjaw Three skilled vetenaries were summoned but the animal only lived a few hours Cleveland Rose who has been in Eastern Kentucky for several spending an indefinite time with his parents Mr and Mrs G B Rose at Camp Robinson Mr Wells hauled his crop of tobacco to Lexington last week and received good prices Some brought as much as 15 00 per hundred This is the best tobacco sale in this vicinity that has reached us This crop was raised on Judge Montgomerys land Mr McWilliams of county had a horse die on the premises of N P Cobb last week Mr McWilliams was passing through here en route to his home when his horse became too sick to go further but through the of Mr Cobb he was unable to reach his destination the same evening Messrs Thomas Chestnut Bob Rout and Fleece Herring were in Stanford Sunday These young gentlemen are frequent visitors to Lincolns capital and it is infered that some of the fair sex is the attraction But certainly Garrard could funish some young ladies who would be equally fair 1VALLACETON Willie Wallace has whooping cough The victims of colds and la grippe are too numerous to mention Rev Johnathan Creech preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning Rev W R Hunt will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 A 31 and at 230 r M Mr and Mrs John Allen visited their parents and other relatives in Rock county several days last week Lucien Cade Will and Taylor Botkin left last Saturday for Villa Grove Illinois where they expect to work for a few months Mrs Ella Lamb under treatment at Richmond Infirmary seems to be nicely from a very critical operation for appendicitis Mrs C H Baker received news of the severe illness of her mother Mrs Jane Foster of Paris Illinois She has an abscess on her lung and there seems little hope or recovery as she is near ninety years of age News came a few days ago of the dangerous illness of Mr William Mc New at his home near Orland Rock castle county A severe attack of la grippe settling on his lungs makes his recovery veryuncertain He lived at this place until about a year ago I I I I forthe lone cap MAR SHURY iMrs Greening- s Mr C K Noe writingThe months- is amine h kindness recovering r r y I asa l Notice to Stock Owners All parties standing horses or jacks in the city of Lancaster will take that there is a law requiring license to bo taken out for same and must be paid to the city clerk This March 5 1907 C W West city clerk 2t Loook Here Watches Watches Watclies Elgin Waltham Illinois and Rockfords just received at Morrow McRouerts 2t3 2t Morrow McRoberts Wanted Men Salary of 15 to a week Call for A Miller at Gaines Hotel Saturday March 9th It House for rent W J Romans tf Dice Harrow Corn Drills and Land Rollers Haselden Bros I Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at Mount Elkin Bring me your Butter and eggs 2t y H Ward Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at Mount Elkin Our 10 cts granite sale is a wonder Saturday Mount Elkin Before you buy your wire fence see W J Romans tf Let me order those clover seed 2t t W H Ward Buy your winter coal of Banks Low Prices and Grades Energies Buggies Buggies Hasel den Bros sell them tf See the Edge drop Black Hawk corn planter Haselden Bros See the largest line o f tackle ever brought t o Lancaster tf Haselden Bros Rings Rings Rings New line just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson tf I will save you money on wire fence W J Romans tf A full stock of coal on hand at all Get my prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans tf Remember we can furnish you all kinds of Northern seed potatoes onion sets and garden seed at rock bottom prices W H Ward See Hudson for prices on recleaned Northern seed oats 2t Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson 2t If you want to rent a house see W J Romans tf We are head quarters for buggy harness Haselden Bros We have the right harness at the right prices Haselden Bros If you are one of Wards customers you are in the right If you are not his customer make haste and get right 2t For Sale Full blooded white Embden Geese and white Plymouthrock chickens for sale Eggs in season Mrs J G Burnside tf Point Leavell Ky Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated hemp seed Address Wm Goech Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone lilAtf C D Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co will for the next ninety days sell out Cloth ing and for half price Hats and shoes at cost and similar bargins in all other lines Many bargains in staple and fancy groceries tf There is only one Ruberoid Rooting and we sell it Haselden Brothers See the test given Haselden Bros buggies before you buy tf For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 1 00 for tif teen Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick 1June CD Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co Will for the next ninety davs sell out Cloth en and caps for half price Hats and shoes at cost and semilar bargins in all other lines Many bargins in staple and fancy groceries Just revved a car of Ruberoid Roof ipg Haselden Brothers Taken up As Estray Came to my house about 2 miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchord pike about first of year a red calf about six months old Owner can have same by paying cost of keeping and for this notice Taylor House tf Chickens 8 13 cents Each Why fool with setting hens or In cuoators three weeks When W E Moss Phone 184F will furnish you chickens from his thoroughbred Rocks for S cents each or hatch your eggs for 5 cents each Barred Rock eggs 3 00 per 100 Pekin Duck eggs 500 per 100 Bronze Turkey eggs 25c each All these are thoroughbred stock will receive fair treatment and goort bargains Agt for Incubators poultry feed find etc notice newline 20 linejustreceived I I I High pricesLancaster prices2t LOOK Barred Give me your order and you said license Hudson supplies it J p L Get my prices Wire Before You Buy W J ROMANS ftt WF VVorPlD I I 1 III I IonII IIII III Fence I IIIt III ill 11ir V IJ Aiiiutj H- uiiiU Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and stem IIIIIIIJlaIIDIIII I I I long r4I 8- ovoeaooovo9oowe tII II u LANCASTER weeee GREENHOUSE Richmond Street Lancaster Kentucky HYACINTHS la Pots 10 cents each ALL COLORS Come and See rI I j IoooUIIII oeeooeooooeoesewe eoooweeo JOHN CURISfMAN Proprietor Phone 157 j oeoNaoooodo ee eeeeo IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Rues I 1 daily from Stanford rGreenhouse Roses art III1111 f 111111 1 1If Roses received These secead- tG fODP w funeral flowers Floral Designing a Specialty Bedding Plants In Season IIIIIIIIIII- I I I BULBS 1 Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linoliura Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for Boys anti Girls from 3 to 16 years oJA Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures J c ROBINSON Lewis Y President Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of KY CAPITAL 5M 3U1PUS MM B F Cashier W O BI6NEY Asst aD Was Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Atteitfw DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON R T Hadn T I i I I I I I I I LEA YELL J J ALXEK j 1 rA J T Walker M A Hold latest ff p W LANCASTER Hu soN Cash R tow Of There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to hones tly criticise Beautiful Photographs are made by artists not by amatures We know how to finish a picture to it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll satisfied with our work as well prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Fall clothes get old THE FOX STUDIO Beauties I J give b e l I as our l r y I r t tfi1J rn fmr I lYcn Methods I Courtesy Experience Ability Q Open I March 9 1907 I I I fi1JEj t1jiTJ JAIif t tii1Jmralrniffii mr ri fr8rJ1 f i i J Ji fr 1r NEW MANAGEMENT L J Personal Dr Marshal Denney spent Sunday in RichmondMr was in Cincinnati this week on business Mr L L Walker was in Lexington on business Tuesday Judge R A Burnside spent Sunday here with his family Miss Pearl Hardin is with her sis ter Mrs Alex Walker Lewis Ilerndou is in Louisville a new line of jewelry Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbury has visiting Mrs J I Hamilton MrsJ Joseph has returned from a visit to relatives in Eaton Ohio Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Point Burn side has been with friends here Miss Mina Smiley of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Robert Embry Horace Herndon who has been ill of the grip is improviugsomewhat Miss Bettie Anderson is in Knoxville visiting her sister Mrs W R Marrs Mr Harry Metcalf of Nashville Kansas visited Joe Burnside Sunday Mr W 0 Dunlap and family of Mississippi are guests of Mrs Mary FoxMrs John Francis and baby of Bards town are visiting her sister Mrs A R DotyMiss Lottie Hamm of the telephone exchange spent Sunday with relatives at Bourne Dick Anderson of Indiana is with his mother Mrs Sue Anderson avenue Miss Sallie Elkin has returned visit with friends in Richmond and LexingtonMrs Geines has returned from several months stay at Heuder sonville N C Mr and Mrs Haws of Stanford at tended the funeral of Mrs Eliza Wale SaturdayMrs Robinson of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Rebecca West Mrs D M Lackey and Mrs Susan Salter who have been ill are very much improved Miss Frankie Kauffman has return ed from a visit to Mr and Mrs John Greenleaf of Richmond Reports from Hon Lewis Y Leavell say he is getting along nicely and im proving He is at StJosephs Hospital in Lexington buying Danville from- a Miss Scotta Petty and Mr John Francis have accepted positions in the stores of R II Batson Capt J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs was here a few minutes Wed nesday Miss Fannie Wilson has returned from Richmond and is again with her sister Mrs W R Gott William Lusk of Colorado accom pained the remains of Mrs Elia Wal ker to this city last week Miss Lizzie Beazley has returned from Louisville where she visited Mr William Beazley and wife Mrs Eliza Ballard and danghter Miss Mayme Lee of Bryantsville were re cent visitors of Mr and Mrs John BallardDr Zimmer of MiddleporfcJ Ohio is visiting his parents in this city Dr Zimmer is a dentist of abili ty and is making good in his new homeLancaster friends have received cards of the marriage of Miss Monnie West to Mr Chester A Wendling which took place in Feb 23 Miss Elizabeth Leigh who has been spending some time at her home in Jel licohas returned position in the telephone exchange much to the of the patrons of the lines Miss Leigh is not only an expert opera tor but is always polite and obliging Hon Harvey Helm and sister of Stanford were here Saturday for a few hours Harvey as he called by his legion of friends is always given a warm reception in as no man is more highly thought of by our people That he will make an excellent record in Con gress there is not the possibility of a doubt Dont Wait If you want to sell your farm this year now is the time to list it with us Our extensive advertising places us in touch with all the buyers Let us put your farm on our list it might just suit one of our buyers We can sell it Try us It costs you nothing unless a sale is made Write or phone us and we will come to your place Hughes Swinebroad 2t Lancaster Ky For Sale A No 1 Jersey cow 3 years old will be fresh in two weeks Also two good Duroc boars weight about 100 Ibs tf R T Embry at Natl Bank A big crowd will listen to the Singin Skule program tomorrow Friday night I I Louisville to her I I I I J i announcement gratification affectionately Lancaster S of jn The Sjngln Skule The following people will take part in the Siugin Skule Friday night lliss Bert Anderson Mrs Guy Miss Fannie Tinder MIss Suamifl Lear Miss Lucy Walker Doty Miss Mary JJlmcre Mrs Hobart Embry Miss Mattie Jllkin Mjss Catharine Conn Miss Betty Walker Burnslrte Miss Kattie Lee Denny Miss Norma Elmore Miss Jessie Doty Miss Nell Johnson Miss Mary Johnson Miss Grace Kinfoaird Van Shirley Elkin John Gill Kinnaird Samuel Denny Guy Davidson Robert Embry Vergil Jvinnaird Harry Anderson George W Friend Joq Walker Robert Elkin Bob Elkin Fleece Robin son Miss Margaret Mount Mrs Ben Herndon Miss Annie Herndon Miss Mary Daty Mr Fleece Robinsop Mr Jim Beazley Rev jj M Tinder and Billie West as Jeremire Robkins HARMONY James Ramsey is reported better Rev W Me Autehins bought t calves over at Lancaster Court day and paid 1100 per head- J C Wilson sold his Knob farm over in Lincoln county to Henry Hubbard of Bell for 55000 Aunt Dicy Johnson Capt Johnsons mother is reported very low It is thought she will not survive this spell as she is very old Ernest Bryck staid all night with your correspondent a few ninhts ago He s in the book business and is a hustling boy He desterves lots of honor the way hes been brought yet we believe he will make a success lifeYour Corespondent paid old man Lige Miracle a visit one day last week Hes just recently moved in this part from Bell county Hes very low with Consumption He says hes unsaved I pointed him to Calvary and urged him to believe and aecept Christ and prayed for him and left hope the Lord may bless him before he goes Hence D W Faulkner sold his farm to D D Collett for 8200000 and will vacate and give possesion this Spring Mr Faulkner is undecided as to where he will go at present but thinks probably he will locate some where in this part of the country possibly at Crab Orch ard We hope he will as he and Mrs Faulkner are two of the best neighbors that we ever had the pleasure of living by Old man Jackson Collett D Ds father will live where Faulkner now lives Every young person possible should enter the Richmond Business College at once Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates then he can fur nish tf Kist Kara ters I I up- I Davidson Loan Mrs considering most want such them that the cotton fraud in clothes Because after all whole thing comes back to a question of price the makers and cheapen the product be cause they you wont pay an ad price for allwool and they take the advance out of the quality fraud We think clothesmakers are as much bound to protect you from We go further than that We think you as a buyer of clothes have some re sponsibility in the matter You have no right to help debase quality nor to encourage the use and the marketing of adulterated goods If there were anything to be gained by you in use of cotton cheapened goods you might be justified in buying them But you lose not gain You may save a few dollars in price but you lose a good deal qualityThe it in u1 uaII UHU we uC tile men in this country priceofthe prIce of such cLothes and dont get thatits fabricsis anything Y Advertise Hughes Swinebroad the original real estate men of this place adver tise for farms this issue The records at the clerks office show that they can find the buyers so if you want to sell you hail better see them 2t Prof Lippard is receiving a nurube of new students in the RiehmondBusi College which is doing a Business men parents and students unite in recommending it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for yoving people No hum They neBS woodwork Tllis is the Season You Should Visit our Store Q j g CLOTHING DEPARTMENT WHITE ELEPHANT STORE f H Thugs Yet Stall knew Most men when they buy clothes PI think first of price then style and lit and they leave quality w the last or dont consider it seriously at all S3 Itisnt the best way to buy clothes W or anything else as you very well V the way most men buy clothes fi The truth is there never was a time when quality in clothes was so taut as it is today In a peculiar g sense it involves and includes all the c other points style lit tailoring price The best clothes as you know are jjjj made from all wool fabrics there uev er was any question of that In the past few years wool has become very high priced so much so that it costs 3 considerably more to make a suit of j clothes from all wool cloth than it did a year or two ago This has led to the adulteration of j woolen fabrics with cotton at first a little cotton with the wool then more and now there are all degrees of cotton from the two per centcotton fabric To the one containing seventy live eighty per cent cotton If these adulterated fabrics showed on their face that they were part cot But candidly isnt that about a 8 adulterated in the clothing marke- tS u- rI rF t rr ton you probably wouldnt buy them The idea that allwool is best is too deeply fixed and is founded too solidly in experience and common sense to be ron in these fabrics is conceal under a veneer of wool they look good so good that they bring a good price But they are not good they are a cot ton fraud they do not give such ser vice as you ought to have or as your money entitles you to have As a natural result the tailoring in such clothes is usually inferior when a maker of clothing is indifferent to the quality of his goods you may ex pect Him to be careless of style and the rest of it This tendency to cheapen the has affected at least ninety per cent of the clothing made and sold in this country You can count on the of one hand we believe the cloth ing makers whose name is a reliable sign of none but allwool goods The result is to demoralize the stan dards of the clothing business to es tablish an inferior quality as good enough It is this which we have opposed as vigorously as we could We use none but fabrics we make the clothes in our own sanitary clean shops with our own employes I overcome by mere looks But the cot I I I I I I quality I J iIj ii ritJ I fingers being all wool We are sole agents for the the best along the pike Get our prices ELKIN I GRANITE SALE SATURDAY 1 vr TT rv r X f Everybody is cordially invited to call and our New and Uptodate line of MILLINERYwhich Our Large and New Stock was selected with therefore you can get beautiful headwear at special bargains Alexander Walker 1l X 1t ifj X J iffiiffifJ I s i AM HICAN fN I II II MOUNT s lor y O f yl11ev 66 fJZINzi J trZi J u I inspect specialcare Mrs i a I Lia A4I1OTiGEMET1T r AUSTIN HIGH GRADE i f f COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guarantees Office near depot r The Richmond Business College is graduating and placing in positions many Kentucky young men women It gives superior advantages and square deal to students No doing students financially Recom mended by graduates One writes Am pleased with my position You certanily do all you agree advise all who wish a business education to attend one of Lippards Business Colleges tf I 1 audi 1 Ladies Oxfords Blucher Button and Pump Styles Boys Knee Pant Suits Elegant Styles i I JJ E SPECIALTY LINE BOYS SUITS Latest Style in Cut Beautiful Patterns Elegant Quality Correct Prices Goods in house about March 15 Come and see Receive Special Line of Ties every week 4to l6yrs B1 ritJ ri JJ r1m4L I alf New Store Come and see these goods and get choice of a Brand New StockBuilding next to Citizens National Bank Lancaster Ky Jim Smith Hate Herring tie I 1 7 use of the cotton fraud in clothes They can do it by demanding all wool some positive as sasurance that they are getting allwool fc and not part cotton This is not an argument for v3 Hart Schaffner Marx clothes al 5p argument for a higher standard of TO quality for you and your dealer what 35ever clothes he sells g It is a simple business proposition if you want good quality and will pay for it be sure you get it before you do 4 pay for it To get a really goodallwool Sf g your minimum price Pay it if you get a Hart Schaffner Marx suit or giovercoat youll get your moneys U worth If you are willing to pay morenn fZf the more you get HART SCHAFFNER MARX I Good Clothes Makers and for sale at latsois dig White Store f their own hands to put l check on the fabrics when they and by retus inJ to buy without evidence payabout you can get our as high as the more you pay 9 0 f rL a50 do file art bug tactlee o robbing students oj of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf H it Occurred To You that it is really not coal but heat that you are Luying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter afi weighing sixteen ounces to the pound Our I Banne Coal is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner Coarnobody else can sup i ply it J A Jones 814tf I I r J I easily Parmers5 Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance Before 0 FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No T Are You Aware In the course of one year that the balance wheel of your watch makes 157680000 revolutions Think of It In time the oil gums produces friction and wears the delicate bearings destroying the high finish and perfect fit thus ruining an accurate time An ordinary machine is oiled daily Your watch should be oiled once a year Let us examine it an honest opinion from us will cost you nothing I have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie an expert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we are the best equipped Watchmak ers in the State with all the modern instru ments and material to do first class work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville KY rpjJfJ1ie I S IIDI Is pieceSS lS I I IS XSXS1 Q e L 1 Entire New Stock I HERRING These Goods are of the Very Best Makes and the Latest Styles That Can Be Had SMITH e c c II c 1LspEtzw ooasf W L Douglas Shoes Best In the World Mens and Young Mens peg top pants Swell Line I r I Tr 4 Tc I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 9 a ami itS Ms per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive youin this ill Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgoctL are but Experiments that trifle ritli and endanger the health of lulauts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORSA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric 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 iarrhoja and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORiA ALWAYS jA Bears the Signature of Kind You Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years VI orc ttsc t d1 J been nUlcIe nmler JfI7 I V7 1 The Rave T7 UURRAY NEW OFtK ern LOUISVILL q Jo laq mV E m mt Jj1t 1 rt 7rt kIi 1 Bcl nUj fOr111Un u ifi3 G- lr 1 MAR THfCET4TAU COMPN STRCT EATER z1i4 II UL9LPhi II T1i4sy 13O c I 01 AT Dt f I t Q rJt j hMil U i 5 rTci7 lJ nILUS f hOl I OI er rti1 url no s Iothllc PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT II WILL THE BUTTON TOUCtl LETS YOU yI1WIi J i SEE iTALL t I y INDUSTRY Mainspring of Life Xo One Can be Strong With a Weak StomachThe is the mainspring of life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nour ishedOne may perhaps get temporary relief from stomach troubles by pepsin or some other digestant but this treatment has no curative ef feeL Undoes not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use iliona which restores lost functions of the whole digestive system revives nutrition and aids in the of food Hiona is a pleasant remedy to use and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It restores the torpid glands and stimulates the natural digestive secretions It checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes inflammation and cures all troubles such as lied aches backaches rheumatic pains furred tongue sleeplessness and general debility which are caused by imperfect digestion- It is the only remedy that is so uni formly successful In the cure of stom ach diseases that we are willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of Miona tablets that the rem edy will cost nothing unless It cures RE McRoberts Druggist using flagging I nervousness I fAR assimilation rs IdiPrvsSshr rwj1t APrJioY t iTERVFUr AO r ii Aii LETTER TO OUR Druggists Guarantee By omei to Cure Catarrh or It Costs Xothinj To the Editor In view of the prevalence of ca tarrhal troubles at this season of the year we want to tell your read ers that we have never any thing that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as il has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested In it is made and soid on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Hyoinei It is a thor oughly local treatment for a local dis ease and its soothing healing medi cation goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents TVe positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is in accordance with dhections or we will refund money This certainly shows bur faith and belief in the virtues c Eyoiuei Yours very truly R E McRoberts Druggist YOU MUST Call and settle your 1906 School Please do this and save other E V Harris Tres Hyomei for consists tax expense o Leading used BEUNA VISTA Colds and grippe are prevalent in this section Scott Hudson has been quite ill hiy home near here Miss Mary Skinner leaves today school at the Richmond Normal- A little baby boy has arrived at home of Mr and Mrs Will Eason Mesdames Mary Spilman and J W Askitis have been on the sick list John Ruble abd wife recently visited Chas Ruble and wife at Frankfort Mrs Elizabeth Duncan and son Sunday with the family of J W Askins Miss Fannie Brown has returned from a visit to Mrs Henning at Curds ville Virgil Scott and wife spent with James Scott at Pink Jessamine countyHugh and Howard Askins have been guests uf relatives in Jessamine countyMiss Mary Record spent with the family of Thus Ball near HebronMr Mrs W P Ruble visited their daughter Mrs James Munday near Harrodsburg last Thursday- An interesting meeting of the Pro hibition Alliance is planed for Thurs day evening at the home of Wm ChristopherAt sale of A T Scott Friday every thing sold well The at tendance was splendid considering weather Several from a distance were presentMrs Sherrow sister in law of D Eason near here died at her home near Camp Nelson last Tuesday Sherrow was Miss Ivy Bruner who known here The Womans Foreign Missionary Society held an important meeting Mt Olivet Saturday at which mite boxes were opened The sum collected amounted to 2000 Word was received last week of death of Mr Joe Duncan at his home in Woodford county death resulting from pneumonia He was the brother of Mr John Duncan of this place Hillenmeyers Announcement Elsewhere in this issue appears spring announcement of Mr H F Hill enmeycr the well known Lexington nurseryman The firm of Hillenmeyei Sons is one of the oldest in Bluegrass and their trees plants vines etc are most satisfactory them your spring order Worked a Like Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that journal the Enterpise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foot last and at once applied Bucklens Arnica Salve No inflammation followed salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease at McRoberts Druggist 25c In Mose Lawson had a hog to die week of hydrophobia W H Furr bought a stack of hay from Jim Miller for 1400 D W Fanlkner has sold his farm Dave Collet for 200000- J C Clouse bought a stack of hay from Tom Worrell for 8 00 W II Furr sold a milk cow and young calf to Mose Lawson for 83000 Sampson Archer sold a saddle at Lancaster court day for 10000 Found at Last J A Harmon of Lizemore West Va says At last I have found perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of pthers afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constipa tion will say take Dr Kings New Lift Pills Guaranteed satisfactory R E McRobert Druggist 1m BUCKKYE Mrs Pete Humphrey is still on the sick list Mr Wesley Simpson is numbered with the sick Mrs Mollie Stapp isstill very ill and has been for three weeks Mr John Hill of Chicago is visiting his aunt Mrs W T Davis Thelma Simpson is visiting her grand mother Mr Drue Davis Mr Grimes Simpson and wife her mother Thursday night Cemetery has begun look like some one cared for it Miss Lizzie Kelenter of Adair is visiting her sister Mrs R Z Rice Brother Shepard will fill his regular appointment at Gunns Chappel Thelma Simpson visited her Mr Doe Simpson Thursday night Mr James Simpson of Poor Ridge gone to Lexington with Mr Lige Hurt on a business trip Peopie would be glad to see the weather fair up so they could finish burning their tobacco beds Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists advice I egan giving him Dr Kings oSew Dis covery and I soon noticed imDrove went I kept this treatment up a few weeks whan he was perfectly well He worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery say his life Guaranteed best cough cold cure by RE McRoberts Dru 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free 1m at for the spent Sunday Sunday Mt last the Mrs Mrs is at time the last the the Give spicy week the last to mare the 25c at f visited Gunns Chappel to county Sunday has town has ed and gist 10 I Guaranteed Fiti WOOD grandfather LOWEST H H HE BY ALL r CREATE LOUISVILLE EXPO SITION MARCH 1830 RIVER COMPANIES ALSO IN Creatore the Worlds Greatest Band master To Perform Twice Daily Something Doing Every Minute Many persons are now counting the days which must elapse before the opening of the Greater Louisville Ex position March 18 The manufacturers and other business men of Louisville have been steadily engaged on the big enterprise since November 21 last aol they now see the fruition of their hopes in the exhibits which are being daily installed in the big Exposition Building The work of construction which on paper made a most excellent is in its final completion it is said far mono beautiful than anything the designers had expected The con struction of exhibit booths cost the Exposition Company a great sum of money lint result is said to more than justify the expenditure The rates to Louisville which go Into effect on Monday March IS on all railroads will be one fare for the round trip With Monday March 18 as the first selling date the rates on Thursday 21 Saturday 2H Monday 25 Thursday 28 antI 30 all good returning April 1 Those rates have not been fceatcn by any rate ever announced for any in the history of the country and it is said that the interest offered by the Greater Louisville Exposition justifies the rate to the last degree Not alone do the railroads offer these excellent inducements lilt all steamboat lines making Louisville have offered similar inducements The Louisville Evansville Packet and the Lea Line offer a rate of one and onethird fare for the round trip including meals and berth while the Louisville Cincinnati Packet OFF RCD ROA LINE impression t obtain Saturday exposition I Company 8 iS c GIUSEPPE CREATORE The Greatest Living Bandmaster well be proud of Louisville for she ps under the of many difficul ties made an exposition which will A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy a favor ite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their cough and colds and prevents any danger ofpneumonia or other ser ious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancaster 1m stress I I astonish yall visitors when they enter its doors Visitors to the exposition will be greeted by strains of sveetpst music produced by the famous rl of the great Crcatore give tvo per forraVMiccs laly throughout the fort nitrht of the exposition llarih IS to 30 The same Croutore is a man of tre mendous personality rich in every thing which goes to make up a really great musician A Neapolitan by birth hut an American by naturalization he has plsyed before the crowned heads cf Europe as well as before thosa un crowned kings the musical critics of the New York press Nowhere has he failed to receive the highest praise and IIP has repeatedly declared that the musical taste of the people of Ken tucky is as an average the most ac curate in recognizing true musical worth that he has ever seen That the great master has not been in Louisville and in the rest of the United States is attested by the following paragraph from the London Daily Tribune The band certainly deserves the high praise it has received in America The musical qualities of the tone and style are great and although Signor Creatore walks about the platform and conducts by means of gestures which might be called sensational there is j no trickery about his interpretation of the music The instruments hava that clear rather shrill tone which the Italians prefer The cornet the prin cipal clarinet the trombone for in stance are all remarkable as virtuosi The ensemble is as fine as possible and the clean phrasing especially in forto passages goes beyond anything we have heard from other bands From every point of view this is a finer band than that of Sousa and there is much in its work which should attract as well as the uncritical When it is considered that the work of this great music master may be ob served without extra charge and the admission price is only twentyfive cents the fact will readily recog nizert that Louisville is putting forth every effort possible to give immense value for the money which will be re ceivcd at the exposition gate For those who prefer music and j laughter in the evening and outdoor entertainments during true morning and afternoon there is the excellent choice of visiting Louisvilles outdoor attractions in the morning and seeing I b whom overestimated I I I musicians b I I The First Regiment Armory the Greater Louisville Exposition Building which was recently erected at a cost of more than 300000 Company offer one fare for the round trip exclusive of meals and berth Thus all Kentuckians may travel cheaply and comfortably to Louisville during the exposition period with stopover privilege to allow them to enjoy the exposition in every detail and transact such business as they may have in Kentuckys metropo lis before the expiration of their ticketsSuch zeal is being shown by the ex hibitors in the matter of getting in stalled before the evening of March 10 that the Board of Directors of the Greater Louisville Exposition have announced that they are now in posi tion to accurately gauge the appear ance of the great hall when President Roosevelt touches the button and the wheels of the exposition are finally set in motion Decorated with rainbow tints natural and artificial foliage and flowers the exposition hall is in truth a dream of beauty Even teeming with busy activities and resounding with the blows of many hammers and the grating of saws as it is at present it is said by all who know that the far surpasses any previous made by Louisville to take her important place among the great cities of the nation Kentucky and all Kentuckians may I sufficient efforts exposition her excellent baseball team in action in the afternoon From March 25 to 29 inclusive there will be games of baseball between the Louisville team and some of the strongest teams in the National and American Leagues Low railroad rates Greater Louis yule Exposition Creatore baseball what more could be needed to induce one to take a pleasant little trip to the metropolis of the State there to the welcome of her people under these most gratifying conditions The business men of Louisville stand with outstretched hands awaiting the from elsewhere and the Exposi tion Building will be the meeting place for many an old friend to meet other friends and for kindred spirits to conic together for the first time In fact there is no limit to the joy and profit which will be derived by a few days visit to Louisville during the period of the Greater Louisville Exposition March 18 to 30 EXPOSITION NEWS NOTES Other Matters of Interest Lightly Touched in Passing The hotelkeepers in Louisville have announced to the state in narticuiar and to the South in general that there will be no advance in charges during the exposition period The of these public entertainers has been noticeable in the past antI it will likely redound greatly to their profit in the near future The Government exhibits which will he shown in the exposition are now being packed in Washington and everything is being made ready to the Greater Louisville Exposition with everything it has asked for The great Creatore has recently filed naturalization papers in Philadelphia thereby showing his feeling for this great country Sig Creatore has attested his love for Kentucky and Kentuckians nod his joy in being privileged to play before them Louisvilles business section will be bravely illuminated every night the Greater Louisville Those who have visited Louis yUle on gala occasions will remember with pleasure the beautiful results which are always obtained by concert ed effort on the part of Louisvilles business men How to Remain Young To continue young in health and strength do so Mrs N F Rowan Mc Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electrice Bitters cured me of stomach trouble comp Ilcated with such an unhealthy of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at McRoberts Price 50c 1m c I I receive t I visitor orb Jranc furnish frequently during E position condition Drug Store chronicliver and Electric IN MEMORIAM Death with its cold mads way into our midst and snatcl ed from a home a church one whom we loved and cherished Tilclen Huffman departed this life Monday Feb 11th He was sick but a few months of consumption He bore his intense suffering with marked Through hopeful of his recovery he said he was willing when the final summons ciine What a blessed thing to be ready when God calls us He leaves a loving wife and three dear little children live sisters and one brother to mourn his less but we know that what is their loss is his gain He is with the loved ones gone before and is singing praises around the great White Throne He was a member of the Mt Hebron Baptist church May the loved ones be able to say The Lord giveth the Lord taketh away Blessed be the name of the Lord The remains were laid to rest at the Buckeye cemetery services being by Bro J A Beazley at the Buckeye church The family have the deepest sympathy and they desire to thank their neighbors and friends for their deeds of kindness and the sweet words of consolution offered during the hours of trouble Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy in His Home We would not be without Chamber lains Gough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of the Indepen dent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than after it has become settled in the system This remedy is also without a peer for croup in children and will prevent tha attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when tile remedy is kept at hand For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancasterlm CASTORIAfor The Have Always Bwgii Bears the Signature of Cfta jfTZc K KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Price 50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK ANNOUNCEMENT I am a canidate for the nomination for of Garrard county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of subject to the action of the Democratic party BOGIE COLONELT- his fine thoroughbred Jersey Bull will stand at my farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at i the Season with return privilege Money due when service rendered E F PIERCE Blue Grass Nurseries LEXIXGTOX KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines F Asparagus Shrubs Rhu ff barb and Small Fruits have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application SONS The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose whatever s we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and fishermen especially take notice John W Hill R L Burton VSFerguson Mrs PD Gill Sutton B L Kelley M Myers JnoA Sanders C Arnold J W Sweeney T Rice Public Sale As administrator with the will of Mrs Hannah Berkele I will to the highest bidder on SATURDAY MARCH 9 1907 2 oclock P M at her late residence the Lexington pike 1 mile north of iryantsville the following personal prcperty 1 Mare Queen 1 Horse by Red Bond 4 Jersey Cows fresh 2 Jersey heifers 1 and 2years I Jersey Bull 2 Sows and 14 1 Sow and Pigs 1 Male Shoat TERMS All sums over ten dollars ixty days time without interest Un er that amount cash G T HIGGINBOTHAM Admr with Will Annexed II hand t patience U conducted a KId You KingsNew CONSUMPTIONFOR representative J O ot We F IIILLENiWEYER POSTED our Clay I Z annexed sell at on Colt 1 old Sboats has aan aid Kentucky to- IL warn- Ing H COLDS Honey and TarThere is no case on record of af old resulting in Pneumoaia of ther serious lung trouble after Honey and Tar fca It will cure the most obstiaate racking cough and heals aa4 strengthens the lungs Foleys Honey and many cases of incipieat Consumption and even in the stages will always give comfort and relief FoleysHoney andTargives to sufferers as it relieves the difficult breathy lug at once Remember the name and substitutes that cost sameas the genuine Do not take chances with some unkaowa preparation no opiates Cirtd TtrrlUt CH LBap N Jackson of Danville HL My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible OR her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tarwhich cured her She has MAN been troubled with a cough sine CoflSWftptttt CvtiFoley Co Chicago Dana Gentlemeni Foleys Honey azyi Tar cured me of Consumption after Ihad suffered two years and was almoet perate Three physicians failed to ghr me any relief and the last one laid h could do me no good I tried every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its efftet right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a to people with Throat and Lung very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the bottle six times as much For sle bv C C T E Stormes COUGHS CIICII CVI been Tar Tarandrefuse tile writes IaL dee aIm do Godsen Trouble andonehalf smallsize 100 almost IT IT SILl All UMUE1IEI Denns e I SSSCO Cotush4fO I iica 1wrrarg1 J p wanciirehiitiunBstteia 3MI- SI iL1IJwId4il1I Also sold by F P FRISBIS REDUCED RATES Via ROUTE on the first and third Tues days of each month to many points South Winter Tourist Tick ets now on sale good returning till May 31st 1907 For particulars write H C KingCPTALexington Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the LAUNDRYand Now its just like this is the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think about what you are dote so why not let a fellow give you a little Hand your bundles to Logan Aint LANCASTER KY K Denny DP1IPtal Queen iCrocet S This LaUBdrJ anything kind tip Van M t MN DENTIST Office over Heradoaa Jewelry stare