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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rENrBBIfrB YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 15 WOT SWTWflf Iff flfItflff WWf Iff 1fflff1ff1ff1ff1ff1ffWfflffff are headquarters HARNESS Collars Plow Gear Trace 6hains The largest and most com plete line in Garrard County Chattanooga Plows See our Hill Side Plows HASELDEN BROS Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile appreciate deeply the manner in which the trade of Garrard and surrounding counties has stood by us We know we have won this patronage 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 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 Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated 3 3- E E I i E I m IIIM W WIMt 1LA I Isolely every THE- e urns r a- We fort t 1 r Jr s sr 1o 1-s s i1sINM j COT- e WmHerBdon Ben D Herndon IEKNWN i IERNION Attorneys At Law r Kentucky Ofice over Btormes drag store III LaB 1 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIiI JA43eiz1e Undertaker J- J cavity IiIO on Dri1Ie Street d ee t L DAVIDSON Attorney At IwO- fice over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R I I FULL LIKE OF CASKETS AKSt HUEXLHOBES ALWATS1K STOCK I t 1111111111111 11111 1111 1 s i 14I- K Since the stamping out of Rambling and blind tigers in Lancaster the grand jury finds little to do Hughes Swinebroad sold W S Hensley his store and dwelling at Lowell to Henry Kuhlmann for 2050 Lewis Herndon has sold graphophon es to nearly every family in the county They are a great pleasure and cost very little money on the terms he sells The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will have an exchange at the post office next Saturday after noon Call there for something good to eat at low prices Everybody is invited to attend our Opening March 23 call and see our Pattern hats and correct Millinery in al branches Everything new and up to date Mrs Alexander Walker I Will Johnson the colored shoemak er is building up a large trade in his line not only in Lancaster but out in county as well A good shoe maker is always needed and Will tills this capacity to the satisfaction of all The Singing School Beginment furnished much amusement to the large crowd at the Court House Fri day evening and proved so great a success that it was repeated Saturday night before a good sized audience Ray Ware formerly of Nicholas ville have rented the Greenleaf shop and will do all kinds of carriage painting repairing etc These men are Garrard county people are both well known and will do a good business Easter Exchange The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will have an exchange in the room on Danville street just be low Stormes drug store on Saturday before Easter given under auspices of the C W B M Save your Easter orders for them Craig Mrs D M Lackey received a telegram Monday announcing the death of her sister Mrs Annie Goodloe Craig at New Iberia La She was the mother of Miss Katie Craig whom Lancaster people remember with so much pleas ure Mrs Lackeye still continues ill Buys Grocery- S D Turner who sold out his grocery some time ago has bought the busi ness back and is now running a first class up to date grocery at the old stand on Depot street He guarantees satisfaction and lowest prices sing up 14G and lowest prices and best service in town Richmond Goes Dry Richmond went dry Tuesday by a majority of 148 The election was a hot one both sides working like beavers When the licences expire Winchester will be the nearest wet town to Lancaster If tinue to win in the state we Kentuck ians will have to go to Ohio and Indiana to get a drink In Court of Appeals The Record was in error in starting that Will Humber was to be tried again at this term of court for kill ing policeman Geo Pollard He was convicted at last term and the case is now before the Court of Appeals Should the latter court grant a new trial he will then have to be tried a gain in the Garrard Circuit Court Prominent Horseman Here Mr Chas Collier of Bowling Green was here this week the guest of his friend Mr James 1 Hamilton Mr Collier came to make an offer on Mr Hamiltons fine horse Shoten but they could not agree on the price Shoten is one of the finest bred horses in the state and many prominent horsemen have been here to buy him but Mr Hamilton is holding him Mr Collier buys only for shipment to New York and will have nothing but the best He was very anxious to get Shoten A Very Pleasant Meeting The most enjoyable and instructive meeting yet held by the local organ iza Lion of the Daughters of the eracy was that last Monday at the hospitable residence of Mrs B F Hud son The Literature of the South was the subject and must valuable in formation was brought out by those pvfcicipating in the program The Record regrets that lack of space and compositors make it impossible to print the list of authors and other in formation as it furnishes data and facts many people would like to keep A Very Popular Book The new book The Silent by Mrs Katie McKin ney is meeting with a great sale far better than was expected by the most enthusiastic admirers of the work As stated in a recent issue of The Record The Silent Witness is a story of Kentucky life laid near the famous Dripping Springs and of the characters are taken from life and are readily recognized by people living in this section of the state Mrs McKin ney is a sister of the late Daniel Gar rard Slaughter is well remembered by our people and they are delighted to know the book has proven so popular It sells for a copy and can be or dered direct from the publishers Neat Publishing Co Flat Iron Bldg New York or from the author at 503 Monroe stf Montgomery Ala em blacksmithing get the drys con Coifed WIt- ness many 1150 I Slaughter vKY Will Be Done Right The brick work on Haselden Bros new building is being done by George Moran of this city which means that it will be done right George was born and raised in Lancaster and no color ed man is more highly thought of nor is there a better or more reliably citi zen in this section of the state The Singin Skule The Ladies Aid Society wish to ex tend this heartfelt thanks to all who so kindly took part in The Singin Skule the gentlemen who kept the door and the ushers who attended so well to the audience All made The Singin Skule a success and the public for their liberal Uniform Rank at Work Since the return of Capt W 0 Dun lap the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias has taken on new life and is now holding weekly meetings and drills Quite a large number of Kay Peas belong to this rank and many have handsome new uniforms The work is quite pretty and the drills furnish much recreation for those participating The lodge meets on Wednesday evenings Democratic Primary Ordered- A meeting of tne Democratic County Committee was held last Saturday for the purpose of deciding upon manner in which to select a candidate for the Legislature The only two candidates announced Messrs J R Mount and J 0 Bogie were present The committee decided to hold a primary election on Saturday May 25lh Should anyone else desire to shy his castor into the ring he may do so any time within fifteen days prior to this election The meeting was presided over by lIon W G Hooch chairman Glad to See Him The legion of friends of Hon W Con Bell judge of the Garrard Circuit Court are delighted to know that he has recovered in health sulliciently to resume his duties on the bench He is presiding over the present term of court Judge Bell has not been wen for some months and was forced to make a trip to the West to recuperate his run down condition He is one of the most popular and efficient judges the court has ever had and his decis ions are seldom reversed or even ap pealed Much Sickness The continued miserable weath has caused mush sickness all over the state and Garrard county is coming in for her share The greatest com plaint is from grippe but pneumonia has caused much uneasiness Kentucky undoubtedly catches it in the neck when it comes to bad weather We get the coldest and the hottest While there has been no extreme cold during the past ten days yet we have had rain wind and a keen wind which requires the people to use every precaution to keep off pneumoina This seasons brand of la grippe is the worst yet and makes the patient wish he had never been born Sudden Death The death of Mr Robert Long which occured at his home on Buckeye pike Friday was a great shock to his many friends He was in apparent good health and was stricken by appenpi citis only a few days before his death In fact he was in town only four days before Mr Long was wellknown all over Garrard and was a man highly thought of by all who knew him He was a picture of health and strength being about six feet six inches high and a very handsome man in appear ance He leaves a widow who is a daughter of Mr A B Brown Jr The remains were interred in theLancaster Cemetery Saturday afternoon Prospecte Good Enterprise A number of local business men who are not too narrowminded to inyest a few dollars in their home town are figuring on establishing a steam laun dry one uptodate in every respect and amply large to take care or the great amount of this work done in Lan caster and Garrard county This has been talked of before but before the water works were put in Now that an ample supply of water is to be had and at a very low ratethere is no reas on why such an enterprise wouldnt pay well A great amount of work is sent away every week in fact most of the time there are three agencies in Lan caster The Record trusts the gentle men will not weary in welldoing but get busy and establish the plant It would mean the keeping at home of many dollars as well as furnish em ployment for a number of neople Splendid Material The Record notes the announcement of Maj E W Lillard as a candidate for the Democratic nomination of the g islature from Boyle county Major Lillard has taken great interest in matters during recent years and has done splendid work for his par ty not Only in home county but out in the state He has always stood hitch ed in every battle and never desert ed his party on any of the issues which have so frequently divided the party of late ills time and means were al ways at the disposal of his party He is thoroughly capable and will put forth every effort foi that which he deems best for the people of the state regardless of party when it comes to a case of what is best for the greatest number His long faithful services Should not go unrewarded I Who patronage weather LI I Fob political HouseBurning Case The case against John and Tones Simpson and Curt East charged with killing Bud Casey and Path Taylor and burning the house in which they were was called Tuesday and is now in progress Considerable difficulty was experienced in finding a jury Aspecial venire was ordered summoned and are being examined as we go to press A Pretty Store Smith Herring have about finish ed arranging and marking their large stock of ladies and gentlemens shoes furnishing goods etc and have one of the prettiest best equipped houses in Central Kentucky These young men start out under most favorable circum stances and success is sure to crown their efforts They are located in room the Citizens Bank and the new fixtures handsome painting and decrations make it very attractive They extend a most cordial invitation to the public to give tnem a call The papering and decorating was done by the McMillon brothers A CARD To the voters of Garrard County As you are aware the Democratic Coun ty Committee has called a primary election for May 25th to select a nominee for Representative of Garrard County in the next General Assembly of Kentucky As a candidate for this honor I ask this method of calling your attention to the fact that the short time between now and that date and the pressing nature of my business will not allow me to make a thorough canvass of the county 1 will addresss the citizens at the Court House in Lancaster next county court day at one oclock p m and ask that you give me a hearing Mv opponent is respectfully invited to be present and divide the time Asstated in my former card I am for a two cent rail road fare a revision of the tax system which will make the taxes more uniform and reasonable for laws regulating the use of au tomobiles on tne public highway and will support many other measures of which 1 wish to tell the voters It is my intention to speak at Paint Lick Bryantsville Buckeye and other points due notice which will be given Respectfully J R Mount Woe Unto the Transgressor The good order and complete enforce ment of not only the local option but all other laws in Lancaster is due to the diligent efforts of the police and the fact that the town has a police judge who plays no favorites and slaps a line on every offender brought before him When Judge Clint Armstrong went into office he soon demonstrated to the people that he was going to en force the laws and that too in a way that every offender would remember the fact that he had been in the police court The great trouble heretofore has been that the fines were entirely too small A tiger operator could well afford to pay the small fines assessed against him in the police court as the profits from the sale of liquor and the fact that he had no license to pay made the tiger business a very lucra tive one But Judge Armstrong does not believe in the lowest fine and cost but puts the screws to violators at the limit in most cases This had the desire effect on the evildoor and also made it impossible for the backers and sympathizers of tigers to pay the the large sums This meant a long term on the rock pile and as you know blind tigers are a thing of past in Lancaster The old wornout cry Local option can not be enforced is not heard in Lancaster now Nor is there any other complaint of non en forcement of any laws Verily you must be good if you want to remain in Lancaster The reason is patent to have officers who do their duty and are not bound hide and soul to any clique or clan Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard Cir colt Court convened Monday morning with His Honor Judge W C Bell on the bench and Commonwealths Attor ney Chas Hardin and County Attor ney J E Robinson at their posts ready to do their duty to the full letter The charge to the grand jury was usual lines the attention of the jury being called to the various laws and explaining their duties to be perform ed The lawyers say this is the poor est court in recent years In fact one attorney told The Record he had nev er known so little business of impor tance to be transacted in many yeaas While this means poor picking and short grazing for the member of the bar yet it speaks well for the good county of Garrard and shows she has shaken off the title of the the most lawless in the state at one time Garrard we regret to say she justly wore This is the result of faithful officers and fearless juries which combined will bring about respect for the law in any locality Following is the grand jury Jas Hill foreman Ed Scott Smith Hurt Abner Hughes Henry Montgomery Stony Sebastian Sim Ray T W Brad shaw Davis Sutton G T Ballard Jesse Doty Jno E Anderson The pet tit jury is made up as follows J H Dalton Tevis Thompson Smith Hurt Geo Broaddus RC Boaln R L Burton R 1 Burton S D Cochran Will Scott T O Hill Jno Allen Homer Tinsley J M Farra J H Arnold C W Mitchell Joe Boain T IHerring Thos Austin J P Hamm Will Swope Jas M Ander son Henry Tomlinson like fcogan adjoining allwe along the Wong W H being Hughes f How Much Could You Get For Your Farm You are a farmer You live near this town You own land Let us say that you own more than you need and would to sell a hundred acres How much could you get per acre Land values have risen lately But has tile value oC your land risen as you think it should Your land is good land You thins it is worth considerably more than anybody has offered you Well let us see A man buying farm land naturally prefers to locate near a thriving up to date town He wants good home markets for his crops He wants good schools i lllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJiillllllllll I 0 ittt like Ut T trI- i 1 ti i1 i w 4 NM IF 4i Let us say your land is three miles from town A farm that looks very much like yours Is three miles from a town twice as big find twice as prosperous as this town If you were going to buy a farm for your own occupancy wouldnt you pay a whole lot more for land near the m that is twice as lar J twice as lively Of course you would It would be good business Now what makes a town big and bustling Money Mon y in circula tion Not in circulation in Chicago for instance but right in the town that wants to grow How much money have you sent to the big Mail Order houses in the city the past ten years How much have your neigh bors sent How much have all of you together put out of circulation here at home t t t l i xuasa ar is probably beyond If all that money had been spent in your own home town isnt it reasonable to assume that the town would have grown more than it has grown Wouldnt this town be a bigger and better town Wouldnt it have more stores to buy your produces Wouldnt it have more public improvements to make it more attractive to outsiders who might came here to live to go into business or buy your surplus land at a good figureTO TRADE AT HOME MEANS TO HELP THE TOWN AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO HELP THE TOWN AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD MEANS TO HELP YOURSELF Get our prices on this Wagon tIt 3 J ttt- t or 1 iti iii J H ii UI- e UI11111I111111I11111111111 11IIIIIII r I 1I11 I 1III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZIIIlllllltll IIIIIIJII1 i 1 5- I M r Call and inspect our line of Buggies Road CartsEtc We use the best Rubber Tire on the market Reduced prices on Harness for 30 days Conn BrOs Ii i JIH Clover Timothy Orchard if 1C LOa Grass ii ern seed oats received I COALThe best grades at the IFEIE prices Corn Ship Stuff arid Mixed We 1 are In the market at all times for Corn md Hay ff I I rw ww wr rw WW w II E L Woods Prest W C Yke Prest G Kmper II II PEOPLES Paint LIck s Blue rare- cleaned and clipped north just lowest Oats Hay Deed BANKS HUDSON r Fist R Cashier BANK INCORPORATED We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS Sooooo JJTKKOXORS M COY B R G GUYN J S J B WOODS E L W C FISH L ARNOLD BURROWS WOODS II I I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50i000 Surplus A R DEXXY J E STORSiES Vice Preset S C UEXXY Cashier J F RobInson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny 810000 Iresident VE WILL Keep Your Honej Safe I I I WoI Solicit Business i Your R E McRorEUTS Prest J W ELJIOKE Cashr R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr TIe Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest Improved Proof Vault and Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi are too well known to need mentioning we otter courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular Jy adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated II K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook DIRECTORS H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price IE L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton We nave an exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAXWe have 5is stock 50 Twenty Mule Team Borax books that ve on a special offer They are extremely interesting to the children and as long as they last we will give out with each i pound purchase of BORAX ataoc When these are gone we cannot secure more at any price Come at once and take advantage of this special offer s you will need the Borax in the curing of your meet TOSBIES DRUG STORE J c EunL K Vice Prest nessexperience I Ii 1 i j r Trot 1 xee I I 3 a R or a ri CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY JlOO A YEAR LOUIS EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky March 15 1906 In the appointment of Ex Senator Jo Blackburn to a responsible position on the Panama Canal Commission President Roosevelt has again shown his and the fact that he is not led by the nose by Republi can party bosses Now we are not a prophet but mark this prediction When Senator James B McCreary from the Senate next winter Mr Roosevelt will make hot haste to give him a good berth It may be the dent will place the Madisoncounty Senator before that no telling He is a staunch admirer of honest reliable competent men and is especially deelighted to meet with a man who will tight in an way to the last ditch for what he believes to be right If the President does so honor and recognize the ability of Senator McCreary the people of is those who are honesty and a square say amen One of the many demands by the Louisville street car strikers was that the company should employ none but members of their union and should not discharge a member of their Things have come to a pretty pass when employees want to dictate as to how an employer should run the business Here is right where most labor organizations fall down It is alrigiit for them to demand all the pay they can get but it is an outrage when an employer must ask some la bar organization as to whether he may employ certain people Just such rot has almost completely disgusted the people of this country A woman at Cleveland Ohio sued her husband for divorce because he persisted in saying fudge when It seems strange that she would this when the fact that he didnt use more forceful words goes to prove that she is one of the best wives in the world A New York evangelist a snow drift for a pulpit The Louisville Herald wonders if he spoke on the failure to clean the streets or chances of that prover bial snowball in less kindly climes Jim Allen the bachelor editor of the Cynthiana Democrat is responsi hIe for the following Sirrah she hissed with cruelty fine Lips that touch liquor shall never touch mine Traitress beware he shouted with pain Dont wear a stick pin in that shirtwaist again Worth Heeding Let Kentuckians quit boasting of fast horses line whiskey and beautiful women and spend more money on their country schools If this should be heeded Kentucky can then be as proud of them as of anything else she has ever cherished Cynthiana Demo crat Please Oh Please Frankfort Camp Dell of the Somerset Journal has at last joined amalgamated association of long sufferers and will hereafter bang up the receiver when in response to a call he receives the idiotic inquiry who is that We joined the associa tion long ago For goodness sake tell who you are and call for whom you want Advice To Farmers Many farmers who made the mistake of staying out of tobacco pool are mak ing another mistake by selling their crops at the low prices now offered We are not running an advice bureau but nearly every one believes that those who are selling now could get much higher prices by holding a few months or better still by putting their present crop in the pool There is only a small amount less than 35 per cent of the crop outside of the the pool and the owners of this tobac co are allowing the trust to buy it at the old prices and are thereby ammunition with which the trust can fight the pool for a short time Every farmer ought to enlist with the Burley Tobacco Society but those who do not are making a mistake in allow ing the trust to take the crops at trust prices Within a few weeks farmers in the pool can have 0 to 8 cents to them on their crops and will have as much more coming to them when their crops are while many outside the pool are selling outright for 5 to 8 cents and have nothing more coming to them It ought not to be hard to decide which is the better Log Cabin 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 to business It is the best of If trouble with give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which itaffords One application relieves the pain For sale by R D McRoberts The reliable Druggist of Lancaster 1m LANDRAM II broadmindedness timetheres honorable Kentuckythat for dealwill vexed do select- e d JournalEditor furnish- Ing advanced propositIonCynthiana attend liniments i U SSftl rm EgGU retires organization rheumatism OAliKSBUKT Miss Mary Grimes still remains quite sickBob Rout sold a good of mules to B G Fox for 42500 Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting Mrs Leslie Carter of Stanford Mr T D Chestnut and daughter Miss Mary continue ill with the grip Mrs Sallie Fox had one of her best milkcows to die one evening last weekMiss Lula Simpson will be the guest this week of Miss Annie Steele Cook at Lexington Mr and Mrs Witt of Buckeye were guests of Mrs urday and Sunday Mrs Victor Rice and daughter little Miss Stella of McCreary spent several days last week with the home folks Misses Bonnie McDougald and Molhe Veatch and Mr Shaw of Danville were guests of the Misses Poindexter Sun dayThe colored population of Davis tewn have had a revival recently and it is reported that more than twenty were baptised in Dix River Sunday af ternoon in the presence of a large number of spectators The performance of the Traveling man by Mr Boyle Woolfork at Dan ville Friday evening was very much enjoyed by Mr and Mrs B F Robinson Misses Annie Perkins Mae Robinson Bessie Bolton Washer Burnside Dr W M Elliot and R D Moore Little Paul Shouse accidently fell down a flight of steps last Thursday afternoon and the sustained was thought to be a serious one by the family as he used his arm with ty After a thorough examination Dr Elliott pronounced it only a slight fracture of the collar bone 1VALLACETON Mr John Allen visited Mr William McNew at Orlando last Monday Mr Henry Botkins is building an ad dition of two rooms and a porch to his house Miss Ida Allen of Rockcastle county has returned home after a weeks visit with her brother John Allen Miss Maggie Wilson is with her grand mother Mrs J C Caldwell who has been very ill with grip but is bet nowMrs Foster and Mr William McNew whose illness we reported last week are somewhat improved and it is now thought Mr McNew will recov er Miss Margaret Wallace returned last week from a six months delightful stay with her sister Mrs Lizzie Moore and other friends near Guthrie Oklo homaLucien Cade writes fromVilla Grove Illinois that he has secured work in the railroad shop there at 45 per month and board with Mr Henry WylieWe hear that Mr James Givens has rented Mr Hardens Kidds store in Wallaceton and will put in a nice line of groceries He and family are to oc cupy the rooms connected with the storeNews came a few days ago of the deaths of Mr and Mrs Ellas Baker on March 2 and 3 at the home of their daughter Mrs Lula Love in Villa grove Ill They were buried in one grave They lived here until their a few years ago to Gum Ky at which place they lived they went to their children in Illinois about two months ago We extend sympathy to the three three sons in their great loss BEUNA VISTA Miss Bessie Bolton was in Danville Friday night Eugene Ruble and wife are ill at this writing Miss Virgil King has returned from an extended visit to Richmond- W P Ruble had a sale of stock house hold and kitchen furniture Tuesday Miss Lillian Poor spent last week with Miss Mattie Dean of Jessamine- J Wesley Lane and wife are over the arrival of a son cn the 3rdMiss Eliza Ism open a spring term of school here Monday She deserves a liberal patronage J B Ruble is a prolific sheep raiser He has two hundred lambs and nine ewes the mothers of twenty seven lambs Mr Logan Dancan has returned to his home near Indianopols Ind He thinks of returning to his old tucky home next fall Mr Hollis Spoonamore who has been with his wife at the Cunningham House Burgin has rented a house and moved to that city Mr M J Fanning lectured at Browns Chappel Wednesday night Mr addressed a large andience here last May and many are glad of his re turnMessrs Jce Hamilton and Leslie Ruble have been hauling corn from Burgin which was bought in Cin cinnati at 55cts delivered at station Corn is very scarce in this section- A very lively election was held at Lindendale school house last Saturday afternoon for the purpose of ascertain ing whether the house should be repair ed or a new one built Itresulted in a decision to repair The Richmond Business College is searching the state for bright young men and women for good positions It is graduating and placing into good salaries and could place many more who are not earning half what they should and might be urging 3t 1 l pair M rand N P Cobb injury I removal Sulphur until daughters rejoicing Ken- Fanning T Sa ditric and t Loook Here Watches Watches Watches EUrin Walthnni Illinois and Ilockfords just received at Morrow McRuberts Bracelets Bracelets new line just received 2t Morrow McRoberts Dice Harrow Corn Drills and Land Rollers Ilaselden Bros Clocks Clocks Clocks New line just received at Morrow McKoherts 2t Dont buy a cultivator until you look at mine W J Romans Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at Mount Elkin Get my prices on disk harrows tf W J Romans 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 tt Let me order those clover seed 2t W II Ward If you want a good corn planter see W J Romans tt A nice line of Dry Goods shoes hats queensware tinware groceries c at John Magees 315tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Buggies Buggies Buggies Hasel den Bros sell them tf See the Edge drop Black Hawk corn planter Haselden Bros Call up 56 for you groceries please 315tf John Magee See the largest line o f tackle ever brought t o Lancaster tf Haselden Bros Nineteen pounds of sugar for SI at New Garrard Grocery 315tf Rings Rings Rings New line just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Just revved a car of Ruberoid Roof iog Haselden Brothers Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson We will pay ten cents a pound for hens New Garrard Grocery Gold fish and globes at low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tfI will save you money on wire fence W J Romans tf A full stock of coal on hand at all times best grades at lowest prices 2t Banks We give highest price for eggs New Garrard Grocery Co Depot street Phone 140 2t Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson If you want to rent a house see W J Romans tf We are head quarters for buggy harness Haselden Bros John Magee is at the Clay Hamilton stand with a new stock of General Merchandise call and see him and get his prices tf We have the right harness at the I right prices Haselden Bros Guaranteed folder 2 Ibs to you one on Stock Hog is what Haas Remedy will do try a can F P Frisbie The Druggist If you are one of Wards customers you are in the right If you are not his customer mak haste and get right 2t Call at the New Garrard Grocery Co on depot street for seed potatoes onion sets at lowest prices Phone 146 For Sale Full blooded white Embden Geese and white Plymouthrock chickens for sale Eggs in season Mrs J G Burnside tf Point Leavell Ky Ask prominet men who feeds it Wm Cook Hudson Arch Kaunaugh Jas West Will Todd Fox and many other about Haas Remedy unequaled Sold by F P Frisbie Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated hemp seed Address Wm Goech Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 171A There is only one Ruberoid Roofing and we sell it Haselden See the test given Haselden Bros buggies before you buy tf Lost Between Danville and Lancaster Old pike on ladys cape Reward for return to The Record office For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 81 00 for fif teen Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick New Poultry Firm Bring us your eggs poultry hides feathers and everything in the poultry line Highest market price paid for same at the New Garrard Grocery Co Depot street Phone 146 2t CD Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co Will for the next ninety days 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 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 I 2t l Bracelets eggs2t 2t H F tf Saturday9th 2t f S S r Hudson 1 June See Hudson for prices on recleang Northern seed oats Cash pairs for all hogs that die when Haas Remedy is fed isi proven twii frolji n 2CO 150 1250 cans by F P Frisbie ask for particulars It d prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans tf Remember we ran furnish yon all kinds of Northern seed potatoes onion sets and garden seed at rock bottom W H Ward Get my prices BUGGIES OLD HICKORY WAGONS Bindery Mowers Wire Pence Harness All Kinds of Plow Gear Steam and Gasoline Engines W J ROMANS rv r Iii IIII III 11 IIII Bu99v II 11 l w 1 J e H I ill Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and stem rncI I I I I I L long 1 III i a Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse I These Roses are secoad- to none i Richmond Street I Lancaster I GREENHOUSE I Kestnc jj HYACINTHS la Pots 10 cents each ALL COLORS Come and See I i I I I J JUUI roooooooooe JOHN CHRISTIAN Proprietor Phone 157 III II 1111 o o funeral flowers Floral Designinga Bedding Plants la Season II II 1111 IIe I iBUILBS II II Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linolium Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in lat est designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for Boys and Girls from 3 to 16 years old Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures J C ROBINSON IUBWIS LJCAVELL President ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL f5t SIBFLIS F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONKT Asst Cashr C I WAIJCKK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcfdl AtteitfM DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S BLFHHdmi Spring Announcement Our Spring and Summer Millinery is extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect same We call especial attention to our large line of EASTER OPENING SATURDAY MAKCH 23rd MRS ADA KINNAIRD j I I JI I I Y JJ Vice Prest J t J 1 Walker T M Arnold arriving andwe EYJSTEN Ij1IYFS p Wai zit si- B Jom sox t r SEE THE HART 5CHNAFFNER CREATIONMARX CLOTHING Arriving Daily sInlsra f1I fi1frn ir fiiJ81iM 1i1ffi I r1J J8 ltj1fffi tJ r F2 tnJ Fi3r nf fi H I J llffi f j Ji3rilIlIirm gjri1lrm lmir8rai WJgiiJ E- I II SJTE STORE 1 srxraeri NEW BATSONS VT ELEPHANTThings You you know there is only one right way to make clothing Are you aware that only a small proportion is made this way The usual method is for a manufacturer to cut up the goods SEND OUT the parts to many small sweat shops owned by individuals Here the pieces are sewed together and the linings put in at so much per garment The profit the operators make on the work depends on the a mount they turn out so its QUANTI TY not QUALITY that counts That is the way most clothing is made HART SCIIAFFNER MARX Should Know aDo an- dS a a c 1 I y 1j1 x HIGH GRADEi l COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Office near depotI j NEW TAILOR In Town Our Boys Knee Pant Suits are Beauties W L DOUGLASS SHOESIn Stock e CLOTHING is produced in a newer better way They have their own shops their own machines and skilled workmen they have trained They cut the goods and watch over the con struction of garments from first to last just as the exclusive merchant tailor does The makers of HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHING take the time to put every stitch right to shape the garments properly to finish them perfectly Besides being cut on better lines woolens and linings are most accurately adjusted when sewed together this gives better fit style and appearance And of course such a method adds durability to the I I l t IXIJt t0 T fiii0x sWe are sole agents for the I the best along the pike ts aeour prices s s I MOUNT so GRANITE SALE SATURDAY 7l o lllliJffjJjf jrfffr jJ fiX X0I X I e I Everybody is cordially invited to call and in i slect our New and line of MILLINERY I which is arriving daily OpeninShTURBA1 Mcli e tS Alexander Walker AMERiCAN FENCE e ELKINIo o- cr oFTror A 1 lOU 1GE VIE 1Tj I Uptodate Z3 S6 The Richmond Business College has calls for eleven more graduates at 40 to 100 per month and wants twentv five bright diligent students to pre pare for good positions Positions guaranteed Enter immediately School recommended by graduates Write for information 3t Lost about Feb 1C Gold heart shap ed stick pin words Forget Me Not no one side Reward for return to this office I I I clothes Did you ever buy a suit that looked well for about three times and then broke down and balked and looked like you had been dipped in the pond with it on That suit lacked the inside workmanship Dont be led astray again the inside of a garment is something like the works of a watch you cant tell from the case how long the watch will run or what kind of time it will keep can you tell from the outside pearance of a suit of clothes how long it will hold up and look well The clothing we handle is typical in and tone It is chiefly the looks that a customer thinks about pattern ape character wearing Neither Personal Miss Kate Simpson is in Somerset visiting Miss Helen Thurmond Mr Banks Hudson has returned from several days stay in Cincinnati Mrs H C Grades of Mt Sterling is visiting Rev and Mrs Williams Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford is visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been visiting her sister Mrs Sim Rev C S Ellis has returned from Berea where he held a very successful meetingMiss Potts has returned from a visit to Miss Minnie Pherigo of Nich olasvilleMrs P Frisbie has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville W A Arnold Watt Arnold and Miss Rella Arnold have returned from NicholasvilleMrs of Shelbyville is here and will make her home with her son Dr Wm Burnett Mrs Thomas Wherritt has returned from a very delightful visit to her son Claude of New Orleans Mr Jacob Joseph is in the cities a gain buying spring and summer goods for the Joseph Mercantile Co Miss Sallie Woods Engleman of Stanford and Miss Levisa Harris of Hubble were visitors here Monday Miss Ross of Ohio has arrived and will have charge of the trimming department of Mrs Alex Walkers Millinery parlor Misses Julia Higgins and Kate Doug las of Richmond will be guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Land ram for the dance this evening Miss Lavinia Mackey of Paris has arrived ana taken charge of the trim ming department of Mrs Ada Kin nairds millinery store Miss Virginia Bennett the daughter of Mrs Caswell Bennett of Danville will arrive tomorrow for a visit to Mrs Louis Landram Found at Last J A Harmon of Lizemore West Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory R E McRobert Druggist 1m I I E u Anderson I attractive vac at I constipation lapels shoulder fit about neck and body hang and flare of the coat We are concerned about looks too and more weve got to buy the clothes from a manufacturer that decides the styles and then make the clothes so good theywill look right all time you wear them until they are worn out Here our clothes ARE what others are NOT But few makers own modern plants of their own and do all their own work This is the method of HART SCHAFFNER MARX who own their own plant and do their own work and no other method will do so if you get real genuine clothes you have got to buy those made by an of this kind 1 M authority BRYANTSVILLE Mr R A McGrath continues quite ill Mr W C Rose was in Lexington weekMr B F Patton was in Barboursvill businessMiss Isou began her school a Buena Vista Monday Miss Katie Patton began her schoo at Rice Academy Monday Mr Ike S Dunn of Lexington wa here on business Saturday Mr Willis Pearl of London the guest of the Misses Maret Messrs Eugene Berkele and Tom Dunn were in Lexington last week Miss Alia Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnThere will be preaching at the Meth odist church Sunday morning and eveningMr Ballard of Lexington spent a few days days with his mother Mrs Liza Ballard The sale of Mrs Hannah Berkele Saturday afternoon was well attended everything sola well Misses Katie and Hester Patton entertained afew their friends at din ner last Wednesday Miss Bessie Patton is expected in a short time from an extended visit to relatives in Texas Mrs Mote Scott has returned after a visit to her sister Mrs Hannah Sweeny at Jeffersonville Ind Mrs Sallie B Welch is at home after an extended stay with her daughter Mrs Sam Deatherage at Richmond Mr Jeff T Dunn sold a four old mule to a Lexington party for 200 also a pony to Mr William Simpson for 8125Misses Allie Dunn and Edna Berk ele of Madison Institute spent from Friday until Monday with Miss Levy DunnMrs Will Dickerson and daughter Katie Barnes Misses Eliza Ison Mayme Ballard and Ethel Dunn atten ded the Singing Skule at Lancaster Friday evening Mr M J Fanning the noted orator gave a very interesting and instructive lecture at Methodist church Tuesday evening It was greatly enjoyed by present Mr and Mrs CyrusEason have moved to their farm recently purchased near Salvisa We regret much to give them up but wish them success in their new home Mr Moss and family of Georgetown have moved to the farm he bought of Mr Eason Mrs Josephine Boner will have Miss Clara Bennitt of Louisville with her I U iJLL last been home home I everyone Rufus Vr haS pear How What does a law student do when he buys a book oh contracts How does a medical student select a book on sur gery He goes to the title page for the name of the author He gets an authority You can buy clothes the same way Look for the label Find it Its the label of authority These plain facts are worth knowing about and understanding fully when youve got clothes to buy Very respectfully R H BATSON again this season as trimmer Miss Bennett is an experienced trimmer and well known here Her many friends will be glad to know that she will re turn She is expected in a few days The many friends here of Dr Bascom C Rose will be glad to know that he has finally decided to locate in our little city Dr Rose is a physcian of experience and will be quite an addi tion to the medical profession of the county He has his office elegantly furnished and will be glad to have his friends call We wish him much suc cess Give him a trial BETTI8 Mrs Erasumus Dunn is on the sick listCapt A M Bourne attended court at Stanford Monday Mr S J Johnson bought of Marcus White one sow and pigs and two shoats for 35 Mr MeWilliams of Jessamine spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs Ben SuttonMr Cox and Mrs John Blanks are numbered with the sufferers of phneuminiaMrs P Bourne breathed her last March 2 1907 at her home after an illness of three weeks of typhoid pheumonia Mrs Bourne was a daugh ter of the late James Herring and a member of the Methodist Church While almost in the prime of life in the crowning success of her cherished work in the unfeigned love of a circle of friends she was called to go from this earthly abode for that eternal home beyond the skies prepared by her Alwise God and Loving Savior Her three week of intense suffering was borne with Christain fortitude and patience and her last moments were strangely sweet strangely sweet and quit Every thing was done for her that loving hands could do but the Lord called her and she had to go She leaves a husband three sisters three brothers and a large circle of friends to moun her loss Funeral ser vices were conducted at the Methodist Church March 3rd after which she was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery The entire community extend sympathy to the bereaved Iami ly 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 3 fiTtf J W Elmore o I I Notice A Few ters The way to conquer your competitor is not to kill but to excel him No man returns with a good will to the place which has done him mischief Our twenty years of clothes selling ex perience enables us to say with just pride that our garments are so made as to bring OLD customers BACK They are right in price fit and finish and they WEAR Let us sell you a suit We promise satisfaction- A man always puts his best foot for a mule puts his backward who attends strictly to his own business has a good steady job The bad boy seldom gets his badness from his father The old man usually hangs on to all he has Troubles are like babies they grow larger by Trying to quell a womans wrath like sitting down on a bunch of lighted fire crackers to prevent their going off I t01 0 Sto- ward Aman Q 0S- is 00 0 Poi Q nursing They 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 had better see them Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new studentsin the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in recommending it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No hum 2t S Come See The Man A T SMITH HERRINGS who will show you the Styles and take your measure We will have with us on Thursday Friday and Saturday 1 nth 1 5th and 1 6th of this week an up to date Cutter who will show a large line of samples for Spring Suits in our store DCXNT TO SEE THIS LINE Store room in building next to bank Lr I FAILI CitizensNational a No robbing students of of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf Has It Occurred To You that it is really notcoal but heat that you are Luying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the pound Our Banne Coal is It burns all up It is clean hef and makes an regulated tire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can sup ply it J A Jones 8Htf bug tactiec easily a Iieat Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be RD 2 General Insurance fore renewing give me a call J FREE C By special arrangements with Bastin Teiephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residenee No 7 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 the delicate bearings destroying the high finish and perfect fit thus ruining an accurate time piece 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 ments and material to do first class work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville KY e- 1I I l- I S B I Swears J e B a S II Q e 1 pl 1 Watchmakers 150 STYLES to select from Swell Styles Mens and Young Mens PANTSFancy and ConservativePatterns now in the house I Ladies I I I v Oxfords SMITH HERRING r FISHER IIBRIRI1ZFGJIM SMITH v UicToodandRcgula liEg the Stomachs andDowels neither OpiwnMorpliing JlinJiin Sail jfriut Seed Sugar tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea WcrmsConvulsionsFcvcrish ness OF SLEEP TacSimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER t P i J Lt11 j Promo ncss norltinerat j 4 Itp1rmant onD r fidI uz mr and Loss I l IIC nx rwwGW911pUrMiNIMM1yfRINOieI W nwum 1 Efr f i w1 A i t A 6I tr- tionI crfuli r5 and T1OT NARCOTIC 77oOIJllrsfMl7JPJ7CffEB Baum Iu iJa i s c o1 a 2 Jf 1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signatureof In Use For Over Thirty Years I CASTORIA THE CEnTAUR COMAN NEW YORX CITl t CST1iA 1 E11 fJi W i I1t JP I rJl1ft JiiliJI M J f l ONE fARE fOR RDUp D T I YfR r I U MAR I t l oQ f sir IOUSVllLLda LIA L i s r3 L133i I tf tiJ1r Ii fJ ro D1 lto O ierrUllent Eiibil7S OrnDr r r1tRlt tJa I I land r PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WILL I 1 I TOUCtF THE 1 I NL I 7f r t1wqLr LETS YOU EE ALLIT lISJYE JON r IND1757Rl four Simple Rules Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity Will be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simple rules 1 Keep the bowels open every day 2 Chew your food slowly and thoroughly 3 Avoid indigestible foods 4 If there are any symptoms of stomach troubles take Miona before each meal until curedNo matter how many years you may have suffered with stomach trou bles or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes head aches backaches weakness and indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use of MionaTake one of the little tablets each meal with the fixed to get the most benefit out of it Miona is not a fanciful it is not a patent medicine it is not a cure all It is a scientific remedy recommended but for one Trouble weakness of the digestive organs It is a permanent cure and is sold under a guarantee that it costs nothing unless it does all that is claimed for it Miona costs but 50cWhen Miona been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all the food eaten is converted into so that nourishment and health are given to the whole system and there is a rapid Increase in weight strength and spirits R E McRoberts Druggist debility before determination experiment has nutrI- tion J RATUE ART AfVD C D Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co will for the next ninety days sell out Cloth ing and Caps for half price Rats and shoes at cost and similar bargins in all other lines Many in staple and fancy groceries tf WHAT IS CATARRH Leading Druggists Guarantee a Cure or Will Refund the MoneyUntil very recent years it waS thought that catarrh was a disease of the blood but now modern science has proved that catarrh is a germ and can be cured only by a treatment that will kill the germ and heal the mucous membrane of the nose and throat Therefore when you have catarrh you can readily see that if you want to cure it you should use Hyomei which medicates the air you breathe thus killing the catarrhal germs and healing the smarting and raw mem brane of the passages through the nose and throat In breathing Hyo mei you are really treating your ca tarrhal troubles with the only method for it will make the air you breathe as pure healing and anti their fragrant and healing balsams- If there is any doubt in your mind as to the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh the unusual way in which it Is sold should destroy ail doubt as j we offer to refund the money should j Hyomei fail to benefit The complete Hyomei outfit con sisting of an inhaler a bottle of Hy omei and a medicine dropper costs only l while extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents R E McRoberts Druggist oar ains I b I disease mountI I j f natural tai t The norm who will knock against an I enterprise in his town because his competitor favors it is not a leading citizen never was and never will be Lust Saturday old gold MMnii abour size of Halt dollar In W R G cm one side with small diamond Engraved work on other side for return to W R Gott 2t Notice to Stock Owners All parties standing horses or jacks in the city of Lancaster will take no tice that there is a law requiring license to be taken out for same and said license must be paid to the city clerk This March 5 1907 C W West city clerk Owing to an unusually large run of job printing to be attended to much in teresting matter for this issue of The Record could not be put in type Our job presses are kept busy all the time now and the disposition of the people to patronize home enterprise is very encouraging indeed Worked a Like Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterpise Louisa Va says 1 ran a nail in my foot and at once applied Bucklens Arnica Salve No intlummation followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guar auteed at McRoberts Druggist 25c 1m Big Music Festival Railroads will grant reduced rates from all points in Kentucky to Louis ville April 18 to 20 on account of the Music Festival which will be given on those dates in the new Armory build ing in that city The festival will be biggest musical event given in the South A chorus of 500 voices has been organized for the occasion and will be assisted by many eminent soloists and by Walter Damroschs New York Symphony Orchestra with Mr Dam rosch as conductor Madame Marcel la will be the 2t Good Sunday School Plan A successful experience along the lines of paid teachers in the Sunday School has been worked out by indi viduals with Teachers Col lege of Columbia University New York City A bout a year ago a Sunday school was organized the meetings of which were at first held at the homes of the children With the growth of the school a hall was rented and other trained teachers were employed Each pupil was asked to pay a small fee so that the total assessment would cover the expense of rent and a small for the teachers The teach ers now receive three dollars each and the superintendent is also a paid officer The tuition for each pupil Tax The strongest argument which will be presented to the next General against the repeal of the Croan Dog Tax Statute which is being much talked of in the country districts of the State as the time for the selection of the members of the Assembly of 1908 approaches will be the records of the Department of State Auditor showing the amount of revenue produced from this source Returns for this the first year of operation of the new law have not all into the department but they are coming sulllciently to show that the average receipts from the counties of the State will be 2000 or a total in excess of 20000 Under the dog tax statute all claims for the de struction of sheep by dogs by the Fiscal Court of the coun ty are to be filed with the State Audi tor and to be paid by him after the first of January each year or the a mount collected in the county pro rat ed ir the claims are for an amount in excess of the taxes collected from this source After all such claims have been settled the surplus remaining to the credit of a county shall be to the credit of the School Fund of such county Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town 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 began giving him Dr Kings New Dis covery and I soon noticed improve ment I kept this treatment up a few weeks whan he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery sav ed his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by R E McRoberts Dru gist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free 1m Chickens 8 13 cents Each Why fool with setting hens or In cuoators three weeks When W E Moss Phone 181F will furnish you chickens from his thoroughbred Bar red Rocks for cents each or hatch your eggs for 5 cents each Barred Rock eggs 300 per 100 Pekin Duck eggs 500 per 100 Bronze Turkey eggs 25c each All these are thoroughbred stock me your order and you will receive fair treatment and good bargains Agt for Incubators poultry feed sup plies and etc Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line Fruit and Ornamental Trees i Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhu barb and Small fruits We have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to H F HILLENME YEK SONS witch i daIs Reward 2t last week I Sem rich principals o I I Sunday i I is I I yearThe I I I I I I come j I after transferred I LOOK 8 Give of i jI I connected compensation 815 Assembly approval k TEOBf Ji CHIT ALL LEMD AID TO THE GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION SCORE OF GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS Much Official Interest in the Big Event Which Will Open March 18 Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States William H Taft Secre tary of War Leslie M Shaw of the Treasury V H Metcalfe Secretary of the Navy Postmaster General Cortelyou and Patent Com missioner Allen all having joined with the officials of the Greater Louisville Exposition Company in their effort to obtain attractive exhib its for the big Louisville event it is now assured that Louisville will be able to offer to her visitors from March 18 to 30 an oporttmity of the most novel collection of gov ernment exhibits ever shown in any great exposition President Roosevelt has graciously agreed to press the but ton which will ollieially set the expo sition in motion and has instructed Secretary Loeb to make the necessary arrangements for the ceremony which will take place in his office on March 18 The government exhibits are now In process of packing it is understood and they will soon be on their way to Louisville where they will be seen by countless Kentuckians and other Southerners as well as the people in a broad strip of Indiana and scattered delegations from nearly all the large cities in the United States where the Greater Louisville Exposition is about to he imitated The arrangements which were begun during the month of December by A T Macdonald Presi dent of the Exposition Company were recently completed by Fred Levy its Vice President both of whom made lengthy trips to Washington being greatly assisted by Kentucky Congress men and government officials According to the latest plans there be sent to Louisville from the Treasury Department complete exhib its of the currency of tlva United Secretary together will I yu 1 Y seeing The home of the Louisville Commercial Club under whose auspices the work of the Greater Louisville Exposition is being done States and the various issues of In ternal revenue stamps which have been used at different periods of our life Both of these exhibits are vary valuable and heavy bond was required of the Exposition Company showing that Uncle Sam values his relics and takes every precaution to protect them from harm or loss These exhibits are attractively framed with the view of allowing the closest possi ble inspection without handling They will be under the direct supervision of Sergeant Hittinger of the War who it Is supposed at will ba sent to Louisville to have general supervision over all govern ment exhibits Besides the stamps and currency notes the Treasury has consented to send to Louis ville a frame containing all the med als which have been voted to individu als by Congress since the first one which was voted to George These medals have a value in historical and memorial ways They commemorate various deeds of and statecraft and should be with intense interest by all who see themThe Navy Department will send to Louisville a model of the battleship Kentucky which will show in every detail the lines of that great fighting machine The model will be twelve feet long and will occupy the place of honor in the great marble lobby In the Exposition Building It will be placed wliera all who enter the build ing will see it and will have an to study its appearance As the people of Kentucky gave a magnifi cent silver service to be used on this battleship it will be interesting to see what manner of vessel it is as there is hardly a community in the State which did not contribute to the fund which was raised for the pur chase of the silver service Besides the beautiful model there will be sent from the Navy Department a number of excellent photographs showing the various war vessels of the navy under A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy a favor ite with the small children It quickly cures their cough and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other ser ions consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by B E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancaster 1m national Department present Department Washington heroism viewed opportunity mothers- of N VftPlftl 6w WiS Tlid cKaiLlta from the Navy Department will surely a great deal of enlightenment for those who live far inland and o net quently come in touch with things of the sea TK War Department requisitioning en the Rock Island ArsenaL wiil send to the Greater Louisville Fsnosirioi a big field gun and two rapid firt ims besides samples of the ammunition used by them Twenty stands of the rifles now in use in the United States Army and a stand of flags will also be sent In order to show some of the appliances used by the United States Army in the Philippine Islands the War Department send to the Ex position a cart to which will b a lifo size castof a caraboa which animal is a peculiar looking ox with horns like those of a goat which grow out of the sides of his head from three feet to four and a half feet long Those who have braved no war danger will be accurately shown what hanger lurks over those who go forth to battle and there will be many fnm parts of this State who wil see what their fathers before them faced aacl they as a rule are themselves ready to face in defense of the flag These exhibits will be shipper to for the Jamestown Exposition ss soon as the Greater Louisville Exposi tion closes In every respect the War Department treated the Greater cflidals with the same courtesy and attention that they have accorded to officials of other great expositions in the past The Postoffice Department consent ed to the request of the Greater Louis yule Exposition officials to establish in tha Exposition Rmlding a model substation postoifice which will show throughout the exposition period the handling of United States mails As a decorative feature in the postoffice exhibits from the dead letter office will he shown It is said by who have sepn this dead letter exhibit that It is among the most interesting exam pIes of the work done by the Post office Department that can be found anywhere When the exposition closes the exposition postoffice will he put In use as a Louisville substation Besides the other exhibits of the Treasury Department it was at first proposed by the officials of the exposi tion to borrow from the Treasury De partment a coin stamping machine upon which to make the exposition souvenirs When it wos found that a die maker in Louisville uses an exact 2 lend many fre- trill attached all Norfolk Louisville replica of tha treasury machine in the prosecution of his business it was decided that the souvenir coins of the exposition could be better made by this Louisville concern and this plan was adopted so that the exposition even to the matter or stamped sou venirs will be truly Everything Made In Louisville EXPOSITION BRIEFS Matters of Big Importance Put in a Condensed Form The hotel keepers of Louisville rec ognizing warm friends and old friend in all Kentuckians have announced that no advance in their rates will be made during the exposition period They as will as all other citizens of Louisville are strongly for Louisville j and Kentucky all the time Ingenious Kentuckians will find much to please them in the display of inventions which is now almost com plete in the Greater Louisville Exposi tion Every inventor in Louisville has been asked to exhibit the offspring of his ingenuity and the result will be a remarkable showing It may be that some visitors will be able to get ideas from this display Louisville streets will ba brilliantly illuminated during the two weeks from March 18 to 30 The Division of Worlds which has this in charge will have lots of work on their hands for Louisvilles streets are long and wide Imitations of the Greater Louisville Exposition are still strongly in In all likelihood Kansas City will follow Louisvilles lead next year according to the latest advices from the city on the Kaw Many oldest Inhabitants have re called former expositions given in Louisville and the Greater Louisville Exposition does not suffer any by coma pavison with them 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 Bitters cured me of stomach trouble comp Heated with such an unhealthy con dition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Elec tric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at McRoberts Drug Store Price Soc 1m i I illum- Inating evidence Electrice cbronicUver and far i fun McCliEAI V The victims of colds and la grippe are too numerous to mention Mrs Wjlfolk from Lexington is visit inn her daughter Mrs Mi JSourne Mrs John II ill who has been suffer with Jagrippe and neuralgia is abe to be out again Miss Birtie Sander of Lancaster is the attractive guest of Miss Bertie and Annie Walker Mr John Askins our clever merch ant at this place is in Louisville this week on business Walker wife and little son visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Elish Forbes visited her mother Mrs Dock Jackson at Bry antsville the later part of the week Mr L Brown has been ill for several daysBorn to wife of Ansel Parks on the 7th a girl Major Johnson will move to Silver Creek in a few days Pop Green a familiar figure on the streets is on the sick list Mr Finley Davis has accepted a with S E Welch of Berea Mr Cordey who sold his farm to S P Davis has not decided where he will locateMr F Brown and wife are Mrs M F Richards and brother R D CampbellMrs Ilardswick and son Rotert of Hamilton Ohio are visiting her parents Mr and DavisMr Ralston and Miss Minnie Davis were married last week at the parsonage at Manse Rev Friarson otli eating R D Campbell has been contined bed tne past four weeks with a complication of diseases- S P Davis bought from Mr Cordey the farm and residence known as the old J H Spilman place and will move sameS sold his farm one fourth mile from here to Sam Henderson he will move this week John Davis who is living on said farm will move place vacated by Sam Henderson Mr Rube Scott and wife fomer Gar rard county residents but now of Tex are visiting friends and here Rube has been in Texas about six years and there is no place like the Lone Star state Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy in His Home We would not be without Chamber lains Cough 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 everv family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a 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 tho attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancasterlm CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Nary Always Bought o ill 1 rad haw handsome position visiting Master S P 0 t relatives I e 4- LO 1rELL Mrs this Vernon o Bears the Signature of TKILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR C ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial 50c 1 IJO Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 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 JO BOGIE COLONEL This fine thoroughbred Jersey Bull will stand at my farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at r the Season with return privilege Money due service rendered E F PIERCE The undersigned hereby give warn lug to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice John W Hill W SFerguson Clay Sutton I M Myers H C Arnold R L Burton Mrs Gill B L Kelley Jno A Sanders J W Sweeney NOtTSCEMEST representative Kentucky when POSTED P D ZT Wee l Colds CURED BY AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that mate your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so ma down that you are in grave danger of are quickly cured by Fefeys Hewer FOLEYS HOMEY Ml TU soothes and heals the inflamed air sages allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS HOMEY INI Til Is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Fatoya Honey and refuse that cost yen saflt as genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation TteMftMtL C Unger 211 Maple St Charapiagm HI writes I was troubled with hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and it cured me and I not been trou bled since Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The SO cent size contains two onehalf times as much as the small sir and the 100 bottle almost six as much OLD AND RECIIMEIKB It For sale bv C C T E Stormes i StubbornCoughs and FOLEYS HONEY Pneumouia or Consumption pas the Tarand substitutes the the e Tar have and i awltal- t Cols tiN a times SURE SAFE S SPEEDY tyro aoomfe f was reNd with on Bottle in 3 DAYS PHEUMAT1SM CURE Denn9 o The fem ith KidRfy LlVER I SSSCO Corumhus C8 TIlER PiWU ISM Sold Vruygist3 Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druntfft REDUCED RATES 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 King CPTA Lexington Ky Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the MNLAUNDRY and others Now its just like this This the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are doing so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY 1C DennyI Yia queen Crescent LaundryI- S M DENTIST I Office over Herndoas jewelry stare c