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CENTRAL RECORDKifiHTSKJiTH YKIR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 12 mi i THE ua I F 1 p We have in stock a complete line of H 1 FarmingMachinery 1 Land Rollers Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Champion Mowers Chattanaoga Plows Champion Hay Rakes Superior Wheat Dirlls Kentucky Wheat Drills Superior Corn Drills 1 horse Genuine Malta Single Shovel Plows Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows Black Hawh Corn Planters 2liorse 12 Genuine Brown Manly Riding Genuine Brown Manly Walking Cul tivator I Get our prices on this Wagon E w I EI S rI q CashWalterA Wood Mower35 HAS E L D E t I l1j J1il1ill1A1 11 li 1 Al llLJ1 Al I A Al 11 r911i1- r Farmers Atteto 1r E r r Cultivator v rw r I BROS- Iit TL- I a 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 rWmHeradoa Ben D Herudon ERNHN IERNION Attorneys At Law Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store r I i I Lay Undertaker Office on Danville Street 11111 Ie Cavity aIIiIr Rte I L DAVIDSON Oflce over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R AttorneyAt I I J Law TOLL LIIEOF CASKETS AXU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK t I The coal man Is still getting hisn The Ice man is slow coming to bat Fiscal court was in session agaii this week The laundry move is growing mtc favorable shape The hotel project is still on foot We believe there will yet be somthini doing Dont let the few days of sunshin foul you Better keep em on a longer A would bring dollars t anyone establishing such an enter prise in Lancaster Snow sleet hail and sunshine week Seems as if the weather was striving to please everybody F S Hughes trustee of the jury fund asks The Record to announce that the money for jurors serving at last term of court is now ready for payment Opening Game Pittsburg Sunday April 14th Special excursion via the Queen and Crescent Route Sale of Farm Hughes Swinebroad sold for N J Cobb his beautiful farm on the Le ing ton pike to Silas W Moss at i I bargain Excursion Season Opens First excursion to via Q C will be Sunday April 14th every other Sunday thereafter through the month of October Disappointed Again Last Sunday cold rainy and very disagreeableso the women folk were a gain unable to come out on parade with their new Spring toggery Many agin went to church as mad as a wet hen FiftyCents Levy The meeting of the Fiscal Court this week the county levy was tixed at fifty cents same as in the past year edits ot this is tor turn pikes the remainder for other expenses of the county Best In South Danville is building a skating rink which will be second to none in the South In addition to every modern improvement a 82800 orchestrain is being installed to furnish music for the skaters and spectators The is backed by some of Danvilles most prominent citizens The grand opening will occur April 18 See ad Fiscal Court The Fiscal Court was in session sev eral days and quite a lot cf routine business transacted This court is composed of gentlemen who are striv ing hard to look after the business of the county in the proper manner and The Record takes great pleasure in saying they are certainly succeeding Good Printers that is good as scarce as Christians who put their Sundayprofessions into the every day walks of life Thats making them pretty scarce we are aware out its a fact A good printer today commands mostany salary he asks and why more men du nut learn the art is incompre heusible Good Man Nominated The other candidates withdrawing Hon Will II Shanks was given the nomination on the democratic ticket to make the race for representative of Lincoln county Mr Shanks is a young man of splendid ability and integrity and his party will never have cause to regret its action in giving him the nominationLooks Like Yerkes Notwithstanding the fact that he has repeatedly said he would not ac ept the honor yet it looks very much like Hun Jno W Yerkes will be given the nomination for goveiior on the republican ticket There is much talk on the subject just now much of the information coming from reliable sources Gov Bradley will not under any circumstances make the Good Talks The temperance lectures in this city Sunday morning and evening by Messrs T S Buckiuham and W S Col ins were greatly enjoyed by large audiences and will result in much good Messrs Buckingham and Collins are splendid speakers and put lion out of the old cut and dried from Our people appreciate to Lancaster and Garrard very much Christian Church Convention The Tenth District Convention of the Christian Church embracing the Bible School Assooiation and the Chris tian Womans Boarn of Missions will be held at Somerset Pulaski county April 1719 The Tenth District is composed of the counties of Garrard Lincoln Madison Pulaski and Rock castle and it is expected that delega tions will be present from many of the churches of the district A very inter esting practical and helpful program has been arranged providing for con ferencs and discussions with addresses by prominent workers of the district Important Notice It is very important that the promised for the Jamestown Exposition be brought in right away and if sent to Elkinfi store it will bP of ifrent assistance in petting Garrards exhibit in shape Please dont delay J B Mount i I the while this man RedsVS i and was Twentyfive project Ones Scarce onesare newspaper race the ques their visit exhibits Immediately cJ JAIL DELIVERY Will Humber and Jones Simpson Saw Bars and Escape from Jail Officers in Persuit between one and three I oclock this Thursday morning Will Humber and Jones Simpson made their escape from the Garrard county jail by sawing the bars and passing out through the elevator used in sending meals from the kitchen to the cells Jailer David Ross made his usual rounds just before midnight and found everything quiet and apparently safe The prisoners were not missed until tiC oclock this morning and officers are now scouring the country and wires are being kept hot in an effort to catch them Humber is under a life sentence for killing Policeman George Pollard aud Simpson got twenty one years for burning a house and kill ing two men account of which was given in a recent issue of The Record JohnTSimpson under like sentence with his brother for same offense would not leave He was the only prisQncr in the jail As we go to press no trace of the prisoners has Oeen found HighPriced Drink To show you how blind tigers have been stamped out in Lancaster we will state that in the Police Court Tuesdav a bootlegger was caught sel ling one drink and Judge Armstrong fined him GO and ten days in the at hard labor Thats the way 10 do it Speaking- J R Mount candidate for the demo cratic nomination fur representative will address the voters at Buckeye next Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Also at Bryantsville the following Sat 20th at same hour Everybody and earnestly invited Col Eph Lillard Nominatde Col E W Lillard the clever Danville druggist was unanimously nominated as democratic candidate to represent Boyle county in the next General Assembly Col Lillard resided in Lan caster for a number of years and has a legion of warm friends here who are delighted to know that this honor has been conferred upon him He is eminently fitted for the position and will doubtless be elected without opposition A Wise Move The Fiscal Court has very wisely decided to call an election and give the people of Garrard county another opportunity to have the dilapidated unsightly and dangerous court house repaired It has been found that for the old hull can be put into habitable and safe condition and The Record believes the people will this time consider the vital importance of the matter and vote for bonds to that amount It will not increase the rate of taxation one copper For the Steenth Time We will enter into our closet forty times a day and thank the Lord if the people will only get the fact into their heads that The Central Record posi tively will not publish any article from any body which is intended as a personal thrustor to cast reflections on other people Every few weeks these articles are brought to us the writers even agreeing to sign their names and pay for same at regular rates Nay nay Pauline go in this otlice and we have so published the fact many times during the twelve years the present editor has been on the tripod A Wise Move Nearly every county in the state has made a contribution to assist in paying for a Kentucky exhibit at the James town Exposition and the Garrard Fiscal Court did likewise Tuesday though the amount was only 100 At least 250 should have been given and would have been had not there been such pressing need of funds for the building or new pikes and maintaining the other roads in the county A recent act of the Legislature permits the county officials to expend so much per year in advertising the countys resourses and this money could not have been placed to a better ad van tage The Record congratulates the court in its Jennings After a lingering and painful illness Mrs Jane Jennings died at her home Richmond street Thursday Mrs Jennings had been confined to her bed for some weeks and on several or cassions her life was despaired of but she rallied and was spared for many more days than those her expected Mrs Jennings spent nearly a3 her life in Lancaster and was well known not only in the town but all oVer the county She leaves one son Samuel Jennings one brother W J Romans of this city and three sisters Mes dames Elizabeth Petty of Illinois Eliza Blankenship of Missouri and Molinda Cotton of Kirksville Mrs Jennings was a member of the Chris tian church and a conscien tious Christian in every way She was beloved by all who knew her and many people will long remember her acts of kindness Eld F M Tin der conducted the funeral services the interment taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery Card of Thanks- I take this me hod of thanking the many kind friends who reoderea valuable assistance to me during my illness I am deeply grateful and will never forget your Hear B Cox Some time I the other 7500 that dont i j t devoted l workhouse cordially progressiveness Spring Walk OVER Display The universal appreciation of Walk Over shoes is at tested hy the fact that they are now sold in forty four different countriesThe capacity of the Walk Over plant is 18 000 complete pairs of shoes every factory day making it the largest plant in the world devoted to the manufacture of mens tine shoesThere are nearly as many parts to a shoe as there are hones in the human body and it is just as necessary that each separate part of the shoe be perfect to obtain a perfect shoe as that each bone be perfect in forming a perfect man But the fact that each individual part is perfect is not enough for Walk Over quality means something beside good leather It means good workmanship the perfect assembl ing of every perfect part it also means that every one of the 3000 people who work upon Walk Over shoes is a skilled mechanic having a pride in his knowledge of the particular part of the work whicn he performs This blending of the best in leather the hest in workman ship and the personal pride of the workers in the shoes which are being produced accounts for the uniform excellence which is attested by the constantly increasing demand for them and is proof that Walk Over shoes are literally Shoes of the Hour in all the attributes of good shoemaking H T LOGAN The Best tobe Had No Trashy Goods or Cheap Methods TO SELL THEM We have been in the mercantile business in Lancaster a great many years and the people well know that we have never deceived them into buy ing cheap shoddy worthless goods We have al ways stuck to the honest method of buying only the best goods and buying them at as low figures as possible giving our customers the benefit of every good bargain we secured in tne cities We never resort to any schemes to get people to our store We sell our customers good honest goods at a live and let live profit This is why we are now enjoying the best trade in Central Kentucky We take pleasure in saying our Spring and Summer Goods are now ready for your inspection and extend a cordial invitation to you to call and inspect same Large lines of Spring and Summer Dress Goods White Goods Hosiery Laces Trimmings Carpets Druggets Lace Curtains Crossett Shoes Joseph Mercantile Co INCORPORATED I r I I I I THE 0 J r r I I k Clover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass recleaned and clipped north ern seed oats just received The best grades at the lowest prices Corn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed Feed We are in the market at all for Corn and flaw BANKS HUDSON Time For Spring Cleaning Is Nea 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 A UTOS 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 r jp J j4 rlI 1 04 t rfJIM fJllWJtnLU 1i SEEDII I Car Load 1 I udU m 11 COAL FEED times I r i I I I I I I I11 r p J 4- tr tn 4 E Latvia Y LEAVELL President I J J WALKER Vie Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GfflZERS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL X5 oo SURPLUS Jio B F HUDSON Cashier WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson- J J Walker T M Arnold a w O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D I h his trade OUR BUSINESS IS SELLING PAINT Everyone We know what to look for and what to look out for Its likely you dont Thats where well help you Weve experimented our experience will save you trouble and annoyance When we tell you THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS FOR ALL KINDS OF GOOD PAINTING are the best paints for anything paintable you may it Let us show you color cards McEoterts Drug Store R E McRoREUTS Prest J W ELMOUE Cashr J C EDUAXKS Vice Prest E BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The 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 Tk Latest I pfve Vailt aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi are too well known to need mentioning we offer 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 ly 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 J C HeMphill Bastin T R I Burton dependupon SOLD BY L Brr nessexperience DIRECTORS H TLogan Banks Hudson B Sanders R Haselden R L Elkin V A Lear I M Dunn R L Burton w L T J Price L S Perkins W R Cook E L Woods W G Gooch B V i HK Herndon iii J Lawson C Rankin I S CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr f f Jir in tfwcmsl Ctiff Mall Malic Lancaster Ky April 12 1906 Always wise hi his advice to his peo pie Booker T Washingtons remarks to his Indianapolis adience had a special fitness The substance was that they can best serve their race in the south by giving such attention to the moral religious and industrial conditions of the colored population here that the whites will be able to see the possibilities of the race Wash ington has a genius for common sense that most uncommon possession and the more closely his advice is followed the better for the negroes north and south The Rev Mr Cramer of Indiana is having a strenuous religious life In addition to being charged with heresy his wire repudiates his doctrine that i women should not be heard in the church This is not strange The doc trine might have been accepted in the days of Paul but in this country will not keep still anywhere Mi Cramers only chance for success is to organize a church for men only Among the really great reforms con templatecl by the Texas legislature is a law requiring all shows that exhibit in the state to produce all they advertise This may be trying on those who The Worlds Greatest in but on the principle of the pure food law nobody can reasonably object to an honest label Commendation of the thoughtful ness of the theatrical manager who got his audience out without panic during a lire by having the orchestra play MarchingThrough Georgia be too great A capable orchestra ought to get an audience into the street as speedily as a circus parade Is is estimated that the slaughter birds costs the farmers of the country millions of dollars every year It real ly looks as if the farmer gets stuck on everything that Pierpont Morgan has bought 1200 000 more of art treasures And just think how many defective frogs railroad batrachians could be re paired for that amount Obituary Again the hand of the Angel of Death has swept over the earth and borne away a treasure Miss Mary Lewis Grimes The mainstay of fatner and mother the everwilling helper and toying companion of father and sisters the darling of the home the eldest sister closed her last in lifes volume laid aside her mantle of clay and without a fear to the call of the Reaper For a long time she had known Him in whom she belived and was persuaded that he is able to keep that which is committed unto him againts that day For a long time she had leaned on the everlasting arm had trusted in the promises of her Saviour and found him faithful therefore her heart was brave and to her the Reaper was but a messenger from her Father sent to bring her from the valley of shadows into the mansions of light She is not dead but sleeping dreaming Only a dream only a dream And glory beyond the dark sea How peaceful the slumber how happy the waking For death is only a dream Miss Georgia Dunn In Memoriam The many friends of W B Terrell were grieved to learn of his death from typhoid fever which occured in Cyn thiana March 4th 1907 The deceased was born and raised in Garrard county and was a son of the late Wm Terrell He was 35 and had lived in this county until a few years since when he moved to Cynthiana where he held a with the American Tobacco He united with the Christian church at the early age of 13 and a most fitting sermon was preached over the remains He was a noble speci man of young manhood which makes his death all the more touching Bub as he was familiarly called is remembered by the writer as the cur lyhaired blueeyed boy the light of the house hold then as the promising son next as the fine man Now the voice is stilled he has joined father mother and sister one of a great tnrong gone on before Our wish to keep him was human Gods call divine we submit and await the unfolding of the curtain on that great day where all things are made plain The interment took place in Cemetery where beautiful flowers the last tribute of loving friends the grave and we left him in sweet unbroken sleep We extend deepest sympathy to the sisters Mrs J T Arnold Mrs Jas Turner and Mrs Annie Adams and brothers John and William and other relatives Bitten by a Spider blood poisoning caused by a spidder bite John Washington of Bos quenelle Tex would have lost leg which became a mass of running sores had be not been persuaded to Buck lens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four all thesores 25c at druggist I fI thr Ky I I I I I i women I I 1 cannot I j I i happens- I I i I I t I I chapter responded I I line position Company young covered try R E McRoberts 1 t trd r nF a57RC EgGU advertise various another Lancaster Through his boxes healed Guaranteed r Y a S I f d BOURNE Mr Lilbern Bay is quite ill of typhoid fever Hay s Raines sold a mule to Gilbert Turner for 115 00 t John Dyehonso nought Al Rose price S10 00 made a business trip to Lexington this week- J P Hamm sold seven shoats to James Bratton for 4750 A J II Turner bought a mule of Xoah Marsee of Lancaster for 8140 00 Rev J I Wills of Walton was the guest of Sam Morford and family while hereHarrison Dean and Arthur were in Nicholasville Satur dayMrs Noah Marsee of Lancaster was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Turner Saturday Miss Una Montgomery of Buena Vista was with home folks Saturday and Sunday Bent Hokomb and family of Bry antsville spent Sunday with J P Hamm family Mrs Kate Sherrow and children of Jessamine spent last week with her mother Mrs Eliza Sherrow Miss Hattie Durham of Bryantsville is spending several days with her sis ter Mrs J H Turner at Marksbury BRYANTSVILLE Mr Or B Rose is in Booneville on businessMr Moora continues ill of typhoid fever Mr Mike Smith of London spen several days here last week Messrs Jeff T Dunn and John Woods attended court at Lexington Monday Mrs Chalmers Gallaher of has been visiting her father Mr C M Jenkins Messrs Bryan Ballard and Jesse attended the S A E dance at Lex Friday evening The Eighth District Christian convention will be held on Saturday April 27th at Pleasant GroveMr Leavell of Ind visited here last week He came to the funeral of his brother Mr Thomas Leave at Wilmore Mr B had the misfortune to have one of his barns and contents burned last week It contained set eral hundred barrels of corn JXo insur anceMrs Margaret Stone died at the home of her daughter Mrs Frank Moutgo mery near here Friday night Mrs Stone was in her seventy fifth year She was buried at Mt Hebron Sunday afternoon MT Master Geobel Scott is on the sic c Isaac Montgomery is quite ill at this writing Miss Leola Scott is visiting relatives in Jessamine Miss Mary Scott spent last Friday with her sister Mrs Ed Hendrickson Miss Alice Vanderpool is the guest of her uncle Mr S G Vanderpool at Scott of Nicholasville and Mrs Mary A Sanders were visitors here last week Messrs Samuel Duncan and Gipson Vanderpool made a business trip to Lexington last week Mr Willie Vanderpool sold a nice work horse to Mr Salter Hamm of Jessamine county last week price 125 Mrs Alex Dean and little son Irvine spent from Saturday until Monday with her her son Mr Harvey Dean at PinkMr Andrew Clark of Edenton county attended the burial of his motherinlaw Mrs Margaret Stone Suuday afternoon The ladies of Mt Hebron church met with Mrs S N Morford last Tues day afternoon and pieced a quilt for the benefit of the church we hope all will contribute cheerfuly and freely Mrs Margaget Stone aged 75 years departed this life Saturday morning April 6th at the home of her daughter Sirs Frank Montgomery near Bryants ville She had been in poor health for some time and patiently bore her suffering until the summon came from on high She was a consistent of the Baptist church at this place she became a Christian at the age of 14 and was faithful to the end Five sons and one daughter are left to mourn the loss but what is your loss is her gain grieve not for her who has gone to a better and brighter world where there is no sorrow or weeping but there peace and happiness reign for ever Funeral services were con ducted by Rev J I Willis of Walton Ky Text These are they which came out of great tribulation In terment in Mt Hebron Cemetery We extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved children Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat log sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh any blood or skin disease take Botanic Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 41lyr 1 two S G Morford 11 Lexington Perkins in ton relatives attend F Patton t liEn nON listMr LexingtonMrs Madison member diseased rheumatism- or Blood CHI shuatsof Montgomery and Endeavor I The Mt Sterling Gnz In is predict lug an increased acreage of five hundred acres in Montgomery this year To maintain good prices and assist the Society of Equity inovempnl the farmers should not pit out large an acreage Small crops and good culture would pay better and in sure good prices However manv think that owing to the scarcity of labor the crop cannot be so large as to glut the market Skating Grand Openingat Thursday Night Apr 18 There will be skating from seven to ten after which there will be a Grand Ball Good floor Cour teous treatment Refreshments Genl Admsn 15c Skates iOc Business Items Phone 181 for any thing in groceries Rings Rings Rings New line just received at Morrow Mclloberts 2t Highest market price paid for coun try produce Gill Walker Simpson For sale good baled hay at 70c a bale Turners Grocery i Our Motto Prompt Delivery 21 Gill Walker Simpson Call at Turners Grocery and get your Granite ware at lowest prices For sale a new up right piano at half price II M Ballon Watch for the white horse and save your orders Gill Walker Simpson Call at S D Turners Grocery and get best Shredded Kraut 20c per gal Ion 2t Good milk cow calf two weeks old tf O T Wallace Point Leavell Ky Highest cash all Produce at Tur ners Grocery Depot street successor to New Garrard Grocery Co Phone 1462t Watches Watches Watches Elgin Waltham Illinois and just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated hemp seed Address Wm Gooch Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 171A tf For Sale Full blooded white Embden Geese and white Plymouthrock chickens for sale Eggs in season Mrs J G Burnside tf Point Leavell Ky Carriage triming painting reeairing Rubber tiring wood work and General blacksmithing at the Greenleaf stand 322 1m Ray Wearren Gold watch charm V A L engravers hereon Lost about April 1st either in town or on Lexington pike Reward for return to this otlice For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season SI 00 for Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick 1June Strayed Strayed from my residence on street a black sow white nose and white right hind leg Information thankfully received Mrs Ophelia Dunn Furniture for Sale Privately Having decided to move to New York we will sell all our house hold and Kitchen furniture privately All first class and in good repair Will sell at a bargain Mrs J M Logan Fine Eggs My pen of Barred Plymouth Rocks bred pure for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of A C Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish a few settings of eggs at 1 for 15 W II Wherritt Lan caster tf Notice to Trustees The blanks for the examina tion of children of school age can be had by calling at Co Supts office on Saturday or at office of the County Clerk The law requires this report to be tiled at the Co Supts ofllce on or before the first day of May tf 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 Has It Occurred To You that it is really not coal but beat 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 all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an easi ly regulated dependablefire Ask us for Banner else can it J A Jones 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 Bar red Rocks for 81 cents each or hatch your eggs for 5 cents each Barred Rock eggs 3 00 per 100 Pekin Duck 5 00 per 100 Bronze Turkey 25c each All these are thoroughbred stock Give meyour order and you will receive Agt for Incubators poultry feed sup flies and etc 1 oacco too Rink Zt t For Sale for Rockfords Lost 2t fifteen Richmond LOOK I pair treatment and bargains I C S census supply eggs gooc N rJi fjJ llfJJ flj1 DJ 10 1ffJJ XG r1 Walker says that Perpott rorg2u told him that Ben Tillman said he heard Edd Harriman say that Grover heard that there was no doubt that Malcom House said that Aomes La Follett told hint that he thought John Gates had told an amsterdam liebelons writer that Jim Hamilton had declared that it was gentemU believed that Alexander Dowie told eBob Davidson that he heard Nat Goodwin say secretary Taft had told Ross Ithat you could buy American Fence the Cheapest Buggies Harness and Best Hardware at iY eT 0x reI leI r r Dive o i Cleveland had ts 6 W Q editorial Q E that Dave c1 Mount EIKins1I Y LABEL f g a clothing insurance policy Its a mark of honesty and quality I When you see KANTBE t3 it is O K 3 Pockets braced collets properly and cloth shrunk before a cutting The makers stand behind every garment branded KANT BEBEAT perior to socalled tailor made j J LOCK for thats BEATon a garment you know inside made right shoulders btllt lip 1 We claim this clothing is J5rthe eta s Millinery Millinery R S Brown Bros New York and Paris Patterns Beautiful Tailored Hats Ready to Vear for Ladies Milan Sailors for Children styles and prices to suit all We have an np to date and experienced trimmer who will take pleasure in waiting on you Call and see us before elsewhere As Spring approaches you naturally think and beautifying your home The most beautiful themost lasting and most economical point you can use is Rainbow Paint We have sold Rainbow Paint for the past seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an guarantee that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a guarantee We handle everything the paint FRISBIES DRUG STORE ies AT buyin I ofrepairing I I I I absolute in I 3 G rr 1 I r line S i Wire Pence Buggy Harness All Kinds of Plow Gear Steam and Gasoline Engines OLD HICKORY WAGONS I ROMANS l WaJa TALK IS CHEAPUNLESS BACKED BY STRONG LINES and GOOD ASSORTMENTS of MERCHANDISE- We Have BOTH and Can TALK Our Customers Talk too about our beautiful line and immmense assortment Come and See C tJIiIJ r PJrnri1J fHJ 8 iID frQJ riElSi WJ jiIJ E I I I I 55- s rau J2l rau8rau nU r m L 5- I j a i h4 uz5w= W appreciate deeply tne many compliments passed on our display of MILLINERY on Opening and feel greatly encouraged by the large number of Hats sold We call your especial attention to the fact that New Goods will arrive Constantly and you will not be asked to select from picked over stock Alexander Walker Spring Announcement Our Spring and Summer Millinery is extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect same NEW GOODS always on hand to select from MRS ADA KINNAIRD A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Day 4 Mrs andwe FREE I I Till i arriving t y- I t p NEWEST IDEAS In Mens Oxfords Snappy Styles made up for us by the Dunlap Shoemakers Snappy Spring Styles in Boys Knee Suits- We can fit your boy and your pocketbook W L DOUGLASS SHOESfor j I r Personal Mr A M Sheely of Chicago was here Saturday and Sunday Judge R A Burnside has returned duties in Louisville Miss Elizabeth Grimes has been visit ing relatives in Stanford Mr Joe Walker has accepted a posi tion in II T Logans store Mrs R II Batson and baby have been visiting relatives at Brodhead Mrs Z T Rice and baby of Rich are visiting Mrs Carrie Dr A S Price of Stanford was with his mother Mrs H A Price the past weekMiss Woolfork of Lexington was the guest of Miss Ida Lee Bourne last week- I Mr Louis Burnside of Louisville is here with his home folks for two weeks Mrs Della Arnold and Miss Allie Arnold were in Danville the past week shopping Mrs Beazlev ahd Mrs II B Hays of Stanford were here with relatives the past week j Miss Margaret Fox of Danville is the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Lynn Fox Iessrs Heath Willis and Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard were visitors here Sunday Mr Shirley Elkin has accepted a position with the Armour Packing Co at Lexington Miss Alleen Bourne is visiting friends and relatives in Lexington and this week Mrs W R Gott and sister Miss Wil son are visiting their parents in Rich mond this week Mesdaras A H and W R Bastin at tended the funeral of Mrs Lewis at Stanford last week Miss Annie Lee Woolfork of Lexing ton is visiting her cousin Miss Sue Anna Lear this week Mrs Margaret Rollins is again with Mrs Ophelia Dunn after a visit to Mrs Ed Perkins of Marksbury Mrs R E McRoberts is in Louisville this week to see Viola Allen in Twelfth Nignt and Cymbeline Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been visiting her sister Mrs John Anderson who continues very ill I II I I mon d I I I I vacation I I I I I I I I j I I this Davidson Georgetown o Mr Ike Leavell of Urbana Ind and Mrs Mildred Logan of Bardstowu Kv visited Mrs Lee Hagan last week Mrs T Browning and children who have been visiting Air John Hudson and family have returned to Lexing tonMr R A Stone wife and Victor Mrs T L Wall and little daughter attended the funeral of Mrs Stoneat Mt Hebron SundayMr Evans and sister Mrs Martha Evans Lusk have returned from Orlando Fla where they spent the winter Mrs Jas A Doty entertained the Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U 1 C Monday afternoon and a pro gramme on Kentucky writers was rendered by the daughters Judge R C Warren and wife of were here Sunday tosee relatives Judge Warren leaves in a few days to visit his son Ashby who has a good position in Mobile Alabama Mr John Burnside left Monday morn ing for New Mexico where he will make his future home Mr Burnside is one of our most popular young men and many friends wish him much Mrs M Belle Burnside announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Willie Belle to Mr L D Jones of Mon ticello Ky The wedding to take place in June at the Christian church in this city Miss Patsy Lee Prather and Miss Helen Duncan of Richmond were guests of Misses Callie and Sallie Adams Misses Allie Yantis and Irene Romans were entertained at din ner by the Misses Adams Sunday Lexington Herald Mr Woodford Gaines Dunlap announces the of his daughter Eugenia Potts Dunlap to Mr Clarence Linden Wil liamson The marriage will be onWednesdaythe 12th of June very quietly at Preston Inn This news is of much interest here where the bride visits She is a neice of Mrs R A Burnisdeand Louis Land ram Stanford Journal Mr and Mrs James E Lynn have announced the of their daughter Miss Jen nie Lynn to Mr John McRoberts Mount The wedding which will be a quiet one will occur in early June The prospective bride is one of Lincoln countys most charming and popular young women while the groomto be is a line young business man and a clever gentleman He is a son of Mr J R Mount of Lancaster They will make Stanford success J I I engagement I I engagement celebrated oft their home at Rocky Mount N C where Mr Mount extensively engag ed in the lumber business Danville John S Baughman who has been quite ill for several weeks is much improved WALLACETON Mr Willie Weaver sold a horse for 115Mr William McNews health contin ues to grow worse M rs W J Weaver sold a mare to Mr Schooler for 105 Mrs Margaret Kirby sold a mare to Sam Hill for 105 Several children here have been quite sick with whoopingcough Mr Robert Gentry made a short business trip to Red Lick last week Mr WilliamHigginbotham has recov ered from an attack of the measlef Mrs Ella Lamb is able to be out after a long and very painful ill nessMiss Clara Bowlin is at Orland with Mrs John McNew who has been sick but is now convalescent Miss Lucy Cade returned Monday from a visit with her uncle Mr Davic Cade in New Albany Indiana Mrs J A Baker and daughter Katie visited Mrs Joe Rutherford in Berea last Thursday Mrs Rutherfords health is much improved since her return to Kentucky Mrs J W Walllace and daughter Emma have returned from a visit with relatives in Lebanon Junction and LouisvilleA days ago W J Weavers nose bled freely for several hours He was much weakened but has about recover ed his strength Messrs Willie Solomon Owen Allen and Clark of Rockcastle county were guests of Mr and Mrs John Allen from Thursday until Saturday Phnumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that 1 coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumption e e m e d inevitable until my husband brought home a bot tie of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utter ly fail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real remedy Guaranteed by R E McRoberts drug gist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free AdvocateMrs again I I I Ia I j Our stock is fresh and new as dollars will buy them We have standard brands in all goods Examine our new styles before buying your SPRING outfit 200 styles in to select from for Tailormade Suits that costs you no more than ready made goods and you can have them like you want them Let Us Take Your Measure I Bright as New Dollar J Tailoring Display On April 15th and 16th an jiff Tailor will be with us for the purpose of taking measures which will be the last display for bjgj Spring so come and have your M K taken by one experienced ggj the business fcX Our LOW CUT SHOES have ar rived and we will be glad to have you call and see them The latest tnings in TIES just received also Hemnhill West E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Presu W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED rji B III O Last I jI I in I Iw I Sf I I I I p 4I- e experienced measure d Z i We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16ooe oo SURPLUS 00000 3t COY R 1 ARNOLD R 6 GUYS JSBDRROWS JB WOODS KL WOODS WCFISH 1 II II DIFUOTORS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance II DAINTY CREATIONS In Womens Oxfords P them is to like them J Let us show you I Nobby Moos Pants These pants ore peg leg and other styles for Men and Boys i To see Stylish Hats I I iv liner SMITH HERRING I SMITa FISHER EERRING1 i JIM SkTbifiiOS si it jy HV OTK ffr r 3 i S 5 5 S N The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 9 and lias been made under his per r rf soiial supervision since its infancy r SUX AIlosvno one to deceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Infants and Children What is CASTORIA Castoria is a liarmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcrerislincss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend p JIt been 1 Experiments that with and endanger tIle health of against gorc Drops awl Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It a triflo Ecperimnt GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of r q The Kind You llao Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CCNTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STRtCT NEW YORK CITY Bears the t Stock and Crop Andy Wills sold eight thoroughbred Shropshire ewes and one registered Hainpshiredown buck to F M Lock ridge for 8140 MtSterling Gazette The Mason County Warehouse has received over one million two nundred and fifty thousand pounds oi the pooled tobacco Saturday was the last day for receiving tobacco in win orderAccording to the Kentucky Farmer and Breeder American jockeys now riding in Europe are paid salaries ranging from 85000 to 850000 per annum or an average of 813272 The salary of Lucien Lyne now in Eng land is815000 Ever try cleaning out the old hay and dust that accumulates in the horses mangers How would you like to eat meal after meal from the same plate without its having been washed Not yery well eh that is what you compel your horse to do when you fail to clean out his manger From Woodford county comes the report that the farmers are considera bly worried over the scarity of tobac co seed The wet weather of last fall damaged much of the seed that was being neld and the farmers fear that their supply of plants may be short J T Sallee one of the most promi The Price of Health The price of health in a malarious district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Di Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pill cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at R E Mc Roberts druggist Company 6 r II I I Home irown Large bloom and I long stem Carnations I S I nent farmers of Keene was in Monday afternoon and reports that the wheat is looking fine in Fair Jessamine and that the farmers en couraged by the high price they re ceived for their tobacco this year have pecided to increase their acreage Fayettee county he reports that the farmers are busy preparing the soil for corn hemp and tobacco GazetteThe Missouri horse and mue crop was while the e g yield footed up 837000000 The san e proportional figures probably hold goi Kentucky THe Times has been the life long brave and true champion of the rooster but it is forced to con elude thatin the matter of his better halves chanticleer is as far below as man himself The hen has the un boubted right to sing or crow ertact ly as the spirit moves gow Times W H Clay Lexington Ky s vs We cured our fowls of cholera with Poultry Cure Some were so sick they could not eat we pourd the medi cine down them and did not Lave a simgle fowl to die Sold and guaran teed by Mount Elkin Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigesTion nervousness and general debility writes A A holm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Eieclric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining daily Best of all tonic medicines Guaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist 50c Lexington cropsLeX I I SIOOO 000 din herGa Bourbon A- in Chi I LANCASTER i 1 ss e oo oo Roses Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These Hoses are second to none 0O0960OO OOO000QOO0044 GGIGGaGGao oooo I II I I I GREENHOUSE I Richmond Street I Lancaster Kentucky I I I l f I HYACINTHS Ia Pots I zo cents each ALL COLORS I Come anti See JOHN CIIRISTMAN Proprietor IPhone 157 UIllUU si ssssue I TtIE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50JOOO SmJIIS 10000 I A R President J E STORYES Ylce Prest- S C DEY Cashier J F Robinson Asst CaShr- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny ussssIs ssIsslss DEY Funeral Flowers Floral Designinga BULBSBedding In Season II II II II II I I I L ANi Safety tit fur Rent WILL Boxeg e SolicitI w Euille i Your 1 of a Life Time 95800 acres inthe Garden Spot of the World is now being to the American People DR CHAS F SIMMONSAta- scosa County Texas Ranch now on the Market Opportunities like this seldom occur 210 payable IO per month without buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm offrom a loacre truck farm to a farm in balmy South Texas 0 I Opportunity openedup interest 640acre Tuia 1 President Roosevelt said TEXAS IS THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE LORD Investigation will show that this 95000 acres comprises one of the finest bodies of Agricultural and Truck Farming laud in the entire state commencing 3G miles south of San Antonio and about two miles south of Pleasanton the county seat of Atascosa County and through Atascosa and a part of McMullen Counties to within 17 miles of my GOOOOacre Live Oak County Ranch which I in four months last year sold to 4000 Home Seekers on liberal terms without interest on deferred payments which gives the poor man from his savings a chance to secure a good Farm and Town lot for his home in town I will donate and turn over to three bonded Trus tees 250000 from the proceeds of the sale of this property to the pur chasers as a bonus to the first rail road built through this property on the line which I shall designate This property is located on that middle plain between East Texas where it rains too much and the arid section of West Texas where it does not rain enough Its close proximity to San Antonio the largest city in the State with a claimed population of over 100000 enhances its value as a market for Agricultural and Truck farm products far beyond the value of similar land not so favorably located Typography Level to slightly rolling Large broad rich valleys encircled by ele rations suitable for homes 90 per cent fine farming land balance pas ture land Forestry Ash Elm Gum Hackberry Live Oak Mesquite Pecan abundant for shade fencing and wood I Soil About GO per cent rich dark sandy loam balance chocolate or red sandy loam usually preferred by local farmers and each with soil averaging from 2 to 4 feet deep with clay which holds water Climate Mild balmy healthy practically free from malaria few frosts no snow no hard freezes continuous sea breeze moderates extremes of heat and cold producing warm winters and cool summers Average temper ature about 62 From the Government record it is safe to assume that the rainfall on this property has been fully 35 inches per year which is more than some of the old States have had and is plentiful for ordinary crops properly cultivated and for Grass Growing T Improvements and Water This property is fenced and cross fenced in many large and small pas tures with four barDed wires with posts about 12 feet apart Also a number of fine shallow wells Also a number of fine Lakes and TanksAlso a number of fine flowing Artesian Wells whose crystal streams flow for miles and miles down those creeks whose broad rich valleys ir rigable from these continuously streams make it the ideal place for the Marketing Gardener who de sires to raise from two to three crops of marketable produce on the same ground every year Farming and Truck Farming Seasons never end This land is adapted to profitable culture of Beans Cabbage Celery Cucumbers Lettuce Tomatoes Beets Carrots Onions Radish Squash Strawberries Cauliflower Okra Oys ter Plant Peas Raspberries Turnips Apricots Cantaloupes Grapes Irish Potatoes Olives Sweet Potatoes Ba nanas Dates English Walnuts Figs Melons Peanuts Barley Blackberries Broom Corn Lemons Plums Tobac co Alfalfa Rye Oranges Peaches Pecans Corn Cotton Oats Wheat Apples Pears Page C3 of the book entitled Beau tiful San Antonio officially issued by the Business lIens Club of San Antonio dated May 190G says It is readily conceded by all those who know anything about Texas that the most prolific agricultural section is that which recognizes San Antonio as its logical center particularly that portion directly south of San An tonio with the Gulf of Mexico border ing on the southeast and the Rio Grande bordering oa the south and westWithin the last four or five years in the territory named special at tention has been given to growing vegetables they maturing at a time when they secure the maximum prices on Northern markets which markets they virtually invade without a The profit in growing vege tables in this territory will be seen by an examination of the following figures secured from reliable sources showing Net Earnings Per Acre Watermelons from 75 to 200 Cantaloupes from 4000 to 7500 Cabbage from 12500 to 22500 Cauliflower from 7500 to 20000 Beans and Peas from 10000 to 12500Tomatoes from 12500 to 40000 I 3 Out extending I I degreesRainfall flowing I competitor subsoil SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY HeMSCffifft ttjntr a xnUt wf fatr witfterUVEI i IfcUMOTH RHEUMATISM CURE Denres SSSCo Columbus O J MYSwl1te41ILLmBhhtkm Sold to DrujISists by P FRISBIE Druggist 1 All sold Potatoes from 6000 to 15000 Onions from 15000 to 80000 Tabasco Peppers from 50000 to 90000 per acre The Chicago RecordHerald the following individual in South Texas Men who came here with 500 and 600 a few years ago are now rich A young man who came to this country for his health bought 18 acres and in one year cleared over 6000 from it which was 33333 per acreAnother man 65 years old from 79 acres sold 5000 worth of pro duce from which he realized 6329 per acre and then raised a Cotton crop on part of it which made him 35 per acre which made the same land net him 9829 per acre for that yearAnother man from 80 acres in 1904 realized as follows From Onions 222691 from Cotton 1800 200 bushels Corn 12 tons Hay 5000 pounds Sweet Potatoes Another made 3200 from five acres of early Cabbage which was G40 per acre and grew a second crop of Corn and Peas an the same ground that year Another realized 27000 from 90 car loads of Cabbage averaging 300 per car which was 20709 from each of the 130 acres he had planted Another netted above all expenses 60 per acre on Potatoes and planted the same ground in Cotton tiat year from which he realized 35 per acre which made that ground yield him 95 per acre Another realized 32966 from 230 acres in Melons which was 14333 acreAnother netted 21000 from 35 acres in Onions which was 600 per acreAnother netted 17445 or 7925 per acre from nine cuttings of 220 acres in Alfalfa which yielded in one year 2475 tons and sold at 11 per ton Another received 900 from one acre in Cauliflower sown in July transplanted in August and marketed inDecemberThe authority quotes the fol lowing statement from the Hon Jo seph Daily of Chillicothe Ill who owns thousands of acres in the Illi nois Corn Belt He says- I am one of the heaviest taxpayers on farm lauds in Mason and Tazewell Counties Illinois and I have been familiar with the conditions around San Antonio for 12 years Any thrifty farmer can get rich and make more money off of this cheap land acre for acre than any land in the State of Illinois that sells from 150 to 225 per acre Come to the land of beautiful sun shine and almost perpetual harvest Where the people are prosperous happy and contented Where the flowers bloom ten months in the year Where the farmers and gardeners whose seasons never end eat home grown June vegetables in January and bask in midwinters balmy air and glorious sunshine Where the land yield is enormous and the prices remunerative Where something can be planted and harvested every month in the yearWhere the climate is so mild that the Northern farmer here saves prac tically all his fuel bills and three fourths the cost of clothing his family in the North Where the country is advancing and property values rapidly increas ing Where all stock without any feed fatten winter and summer on the na tive grasses and brush Where the same land yields the substantials of the temperate and the luxuries of the tropic zones Where the farmer does not have to work hard six months in the year to raise feed to keep his stock from dying during the winter as they do in the North and Northwest i Where there are no aristocrats and people do not have to work hard to have plenty and go in the best so cietyWhere the natives work less and have more to show for what they do than in any country in the United StatesWhere houses barns and fences can be built for less than half the cost in the North Where sunstrokes and heat pros trations are unknown Where sufferers with Asthma Bronchitis Catarrh Hay Fever and Throat Troubles find relief Where surrounded by fruits and vegetables which ripen every month in the year the living is better and less expensive than in the North Where the water is pure soft and plentifulWhere the taxes are so low that the amount is never missed Where Public and Private Schools and Churches of all denominations plentifulWhere plenty and good will prevail Where it is so healthy that there are few physicians and most of them to make a living supplement their income from other business published experiences independently 1000 Reward will be paid to any one proving any statement in this advertisement is not true C F SIMMONS 215 Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas H D Arnold General agent Lincoln Boyle Madison and Garrard Counties Call on Hughes Swin broad It M K Denny DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry store I S Mrs Dan Ray is on the sick list Mrs Pete Humphry isstil very ill rs Ed Chandler is SIIK to be out again IVuplc are rejoicing over the nice riiii il il hrss friien Mrs Doc Simpson his been very ill but is some better at this writting The farmers had to stop there plow on account of the dry weather until now Brother Shepird will fill his regular appointment at Gunns Chappel Sun day April the 7th AKKSUUKY Mrs Chalmers Gallagher is spend ing several days with her father C M JenkinsMiss Berkele has returned to school at Richmond after spending a week at home Mr Will Clark bought a farm 100 acres for 885 per acre near Nicholasville on the Lexington pike Miss Lula Simpson has returned home after a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Anna Stella Cook of Lex ingtonT sold to B F Pox of Dan yule a pair of mules for 280 lie also bought a pair mules fur 250 from M G Aldndge Pastor Shouse will till his regular appointment Sunday The business meeting of the church will be held at the usual time Saturday morning CASTORIAfor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Legal Notice Garrard Circuit Court Notice Thomas Farley Notice is hereby given the county judge and county attorney of Garrard Kentucky that I will on the 1st day of May 1007 or as soon there after as possible file my application with the Honorable Eoaro of Prison Commissioners and ask tc be released from the penitentiary on parole It Thomas Farley Legal Notice Garrard Circuit Court Commonwealth of Kentucky i vs Notice Prather Notice is here is hereby given the county judge and county attorney of Garrard county Kentucky that I will on the 1st day of May 1107 or as near thereafter as possible tile my appllca tion with the Honorable Board of Prison Commissioners and ask to be released from the penitentiary on parole Gillis Prather- It Notice The tirm of Romans Elmore has been dissolved by mutal consent Mr forward and settle at once as the business of the linn must be wound up without delay W 1 Romans 3 8 tr J Elmore Prof Lipparu is receiving a number of new students in the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in rccc irmeuciing it work as most thorough honest and a safe school people No hum bug tactiec No robbing students of of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf ANNOUNCEMENT- I am a canidate for the nomination for rep resentative of Garrard county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Ken tucky subject to the action of the Democratic party J O BOGIE I M containing d tvscounty WIlls partiesindebted W foryoung AU TIN I3IAZhIY JJtJCJiEYE CSW S HIGH GRADE COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Office near depot Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of li07 a large line Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhu barb and Small fruits We have no agents Strawberry ami General Catalogues on application to H F IIILLENMSYER SONS KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS of KingsNew I IFORCOUCHS OLDS Trial Bottle Free PRICE II50c sun ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOE OR MONEY REFUNDED AND Royal Denmark Brown 5J IHII U high weight lSM pound 8 year M and will make tins reason of stable OUt mile froni linckeye j ite at DjlIars to insure a living colt sound aii l nil right Pedigree Royal Denmark was ire l l y Black Dave ht by Black titorgf he l y On Tim h 1 iimit wall 1st hun by Escort tfam by Blue Jean 3rd lun by r arine iJojiil Denmark feet model itii i ivn y of ize and action you see from Klx v that he ion of the h t br s saddle tuitions ii the country a tar foal gutter lId u tfrv t re er This hore i seses all of these tiiItivs nnd h Is cvrtttinly beautiful to louk KtMiid htt3 more tlitin ictloi any siidiile horse In tlie world many great show horse Black Hawk Black Jack 15U hands high will mate tht season of 1D07 at MIGhT DOLLARS to inure lviii colt sound and till right Black Hawk v g sired by he by Grifrps Jack ic i y Imported Warrior 1st dam Imported Jell net This Jack nUll Horse will stand under same terms Alien retained on colts for SOil care taken to prevent accidents but not resousible should any cur Ihone 1VTM W T Noel Son im Buckeye Ky COMBINED STSLLION RED LEAF Jr Will make the season of 1907 at my stable 21 miles from Lancaster on Le in ton pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bay scallion 1 years old 15S by Red Bird son of Joe Jirown lie by Cil l ells Lexington First darn by Old IVacoek Second dam bj Lexington This horse will please anyone who wants to breed to the best As a 3yearold with but little lutudling he won many blue ties Cabbells Lexington stock are very scarce and are too well known need further comment Alsu at same plnce will stand two good Jack at each to injure living colts A lien re tained ou till colts for the seisou money Money due when mare i Darted with Care taken to prevent accidents hut not ble should any occur Wm LEAR COLONEL This tine thoroughbred Jersey Bull will static farm 41 miles from Lancaster on llielmioml pike at r the Season with return privilege Money due when service rendered E F PIERCE 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 King Lexington Ky Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the LAUNDRY and others Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you run alonu 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 to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose whatever we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and fishermen especially take notice W Hill R L Burton SFerguson Mrs Gill Sutton B L Kelley M Myers Jno A Arnold Sweeney i present my ron i K or Ito i lie fiRS ilrtd a Jitthd Jack 0 Cab ells 111 at my quecn Groc3nf H C C PTA MN POSTED ing our as John P D Clay Sanders- H C J W Z T Rice c a I I bore Io7ut and nh respond Via I LETTER 10 OUR READERS ceadiit Druggists Guarantee Hy omei to Cure Cataiih or It Costs To the Editor lu viaw of the prevalence ot ca tarrhal troubles at this season of the year we want to tell ers that we have never thing that gave more satisfaction than Kyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use prove to sufferer as it has to na3 of our customers vitue of his preparation Peircaally we are interested In for it is made and sold honor and we do not want money unless you are benefited satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Kyoniel It is a local treatment for a local and its soothing healing medI cation goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit sists of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarantee a cura when Hyoiael is used in accordance with duections or we will refund your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues cf HyocreL Tours very truly 1 RE McRoberts Druggist Xo One Can be Strong With a IVeaic StomachThe is the mainspring of life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect 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 feet It does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona whole digestive system revives nutrition and aids in the as similation of food Miona 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 troublQs such as head 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 iormly successful in the cure of stom ach diseases that we are willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of iliona tablets that the will cost nothing unless it cures R E McRoberts Druggist HOARSE COUGHS STUFFYCOLDS QUICKLY CMU IT Foleys Honey and TarThere is no case on record of cold resulting in Pneumonia or other serious lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs Foleys and Tar has stages will always give comfort and relief andTar to Asthma sufferers as it the difficult at once Remember the name Fole and re substitutes that cost tho sameas the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparationContains no opiates Cvnd Twrrifcto CMgh M N Jackson of Danville 111 writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs a great many remedies without relief She Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her Shehas nvraff been troubled with a cough since Foley Co Chicago Dana IndV Gentlemen Foleys aiyl Tar cured me of Consumption after I haul suffered two years and was almost perate Three physicians failed to gnr me any relief and the last one said b could do me no good I tried aTraoat every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical Iimproved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsen4 to people with Throat and Lung Txoa W Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle afc most six times as much For sole bv C C T E Storm G D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badly diseased with tholera I did not think medicine aid possible cure them Boorbt Cholera Remedy cured tbsn wit asingle loss Sold and guaruteefl ij Mount UtiB I Nthin read soldany I J will every the H mel Ion disease cone price Mainspringof and- o using which restores lost functIons or th flagging nervousness remedy incipientConsumption gives quickrelief breathing s Tarand We tried CNauptilm des andonehalf SKI IT could Hog out thoroughly the of Lgs ursd does AU kcIe