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XIOHTSEKTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 13 W08 tiiE CENTRAL RECORD lnT1IJIEJtf ji1rrg r Vulcan Plows Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Land Rollers e Corn Planters Cultivarors I m J I The very best goods At the very HASELDEN BROS i m iiJmJaJ rF 9 o a iI S slowest prices r rj1i 9 I ul Cavity I Office on Danville Street Arterial Eabalmirl UNDERTAKER FULL LINE OF CASKETS BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK i aU Dee ooooe Local Items Tonight at court Hal the famous entertainer Remember the entertainment at court house tonight Thursday is for benefit of the W C T U Dont miss it The W C T U is to be congratulated upon securing Hal Merton for tonight Dont miss it The daughters of the Confederacy r will have an exchange on Saturday April 18 Save your orders them Tomorrow Friday night at court Show Dont miss it Reserved seats at McRoberts drug store Position n Richmond Miss Hattie W Doty has accepted a position with J B Walker dealer in ladies readymade clothing Rich mond where she will be glad to see all her friends Negro Minstrel The local Odd Fellows lodge has closed a deal with a high class minstrel company to give an exhibition at the court house tomorrow Friday night and a fine show will be given If you want to see the best show go Judge M D Hughes of the real estate firm of Hughes Swinebroad says the junior member of the firm Mr Swinebroad is smiling over the arrival of a daughter at his house but that he Hughes realizes the fact that the firm will now have to hustle as it takes money to feed clothe and a daughter Special Services at Christian Church The Church and Sunday school will join worship next Sunday beginning at 1015 A 31 there will be no preach lag but a number of short talks A cordial invitation is extended to all that would enjoy the services F M Tinder W I Williams Supt S S Horses High Danville David Castleman of the famous Clifton Stock Farm at Shakertown was in Danville Saturday and in a talk with the Advocate stated that he had never known a more favorable outlook in the horse market Buyers are plentiful and good stock is commanding the best of prices stated Major Castle In his opinion horses will bring a better price this spring than they have in a number of years Congressional Announcement We are authorized to announce Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln county a candidate for re election to Congress subject to the action of the Democratic party jJ chouse il it II ij II g houseMinstrel iJ I ii J ij II D iJ AdvocateMajor I I I man I Merton iJ J I J I 1 1 iJ educate Have you seen the New Fashions in Spring Clothes For Men and Young Men Our showing of the new model Peek Clothing is sure to you and every man who de sires to be really welldressed at a moderate cost Fashionable Spring Suits 125O to 2250 You will find all tne new and fabrics which are being shown for Spiing Come see the new styles while the assortment is complete SMITH HERRING patterns J J 0 interest i l c 1 Li Congregation Too Frivolous The Rev John Greathouse formerly of Louisville resigned his pastorate at Belleville Illinois because the con gregation was too fashionable to hold revival services and the worn en were more interested in their clubs than in their church Perfectly Safe For several weeks it has been spread broadcast that the High Bridge across the Kentucky is unsafe that the foundation has sunk almost one foot that it has been condemned by engineers etc These reports arose from the fact that trains are not allow ed to run across at greater speed than four hour This has been the order for years but never enforced until General Manager Baker took charge of the road The bridge has re cently inspected by an expert who pro nounced it as safe as it ever was Weight enough would crush it as it would any other structure in the Unit ed States The new bridge will pro bably be completed by the end of this year It Was Always So Human nature is about the same everywhere It is astonishing how slight a shower of rain will depopulate all the pews in a church while it re quires a deluge to effect disastrously the door receipts of a one horse circus A blizzard blowing with the mercury down to zero cant keep down crowds at football games or the skating rink but slight inclemency of the weather will deter nearly an entire conerega tion from going to church We are led to make the above suggestive re marks because of tne paucity of in attendance at some of our churches on Sabbath morning and nights when the inclemency of the weather furnished a sufficient excuse for many to remain away from the house of God Hon Harvey Helm Announce Hon Harvey Helm our present con gressman was in town Tuesday and made this office a most pleasant call He gave us his announcement for re election which appears in this issue Mr Helm is making a splendid record in Congress and the people have every reason to be proud of of him It is a a custom and a good one give a representative the second without opposition and we are glad to say the sentiment in Garrard isstrrnjfly in favor of renominating Mr Hel n in this way He had a hard fight to win the nomination last year and those Democrats to whom we have talked say unhestatingly that he should be given another term not on ly as an endorsement of his good work in Congress but as a reward for the splendid service he has given his party We have heard of no opposition to Mr Helm and trust there will be none Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday morn ing with His Honor Judge W C Bell on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney Chas Hardin at his post of duty The first in order was that of selecting the grand jury which was done in a very short time Judge Bell gave a lengthy and comprehensive charge to the jury calling attention to the duty expected of them and mentioning in particular many of the laws of the which apply particulary to the local community especially the liquor laws He to the night riders and barn burners in other sections of the state and congratulated the citizens of Garrard upon the fact that none of this lawlessness has prevailed here Judge Bell is making a splendid official and liti gants and the public in general is de lighted with this fair and impartial work Commonwealths Attorney Hardin is also winning the praise of the people as is also County Attorney Joe E Robinson for the able and fear less manner in which they look after the interests ef the people They play no favorites and every one presented at the bar is treated in the same man ner This Is the kind of work the lawabiding lawloving people want and they admire and applaud officers who not only know their duty but are not afraid to do that duty when their services are called into service The criminal docket is light this term nothing of general interest to be tried It consists of misdemeanors mostly and there is nothing of general The following is the GBAND JURY oe ause milesan members tooto nomination Commonwealth referred everybodylawyers interest S B Henry B F Patton Alex Lavton Elizah Creeh A S Dean L K Perkins PETIT JURY S D Cochran Milton Ward Charley Coulter James T T Pollard J M Farra B B Denton Jas D Bay Perry Long Robt Speaks Taylor Baney Ed Price Bratton Jr Allen Teater Jack Hulett J W Askins J W Farley Smith Hurt J A Stone Fm T B Walker Phil Brown James Aldrldge Jr W S Scott Hose Davis Dave Anderson Rice Logan J W Lane Joe Boian J W Baney J G Doty Jr Sam Bourne Th estof Literature Iam to order any magazine or other publication on thevery short est notice can save you both time and on same Call at store of Joseph Mercantile Co Will ate your orctof Mrf Douse Brown J t Business Items Buggy and wagon harness very 2t W J Romans Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Vulcan plows 350 J R Mount Co A Good Coal for lOc per bu 2t Banks Hudson i Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans All laundry work done by the Dan ville Steam Laundry is fully guaran teed Ring up Gulley Hotel and will come for it Coleman Gulley Leonard Miller Agts tf Look at my lina of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed 1m See all the latest patterns and styles for spring March 14 and 16 C W West We pay cash for eggs and will take If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee lm Come in and have your measure taken by an experienced cutter March 14 and 16 C W West It Go to Wards any time in the 8 days following March 14th for Bargains We give a scientific test of your eyes and guarantee lenses to satis faction for two years or no charge Morrow McRoberts jewelers The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans Thirtyfive years of practical expert ence enables us to do the very best of repair work on watches clocks and jewelery All work done in the very best manner Morrow McRoberts We will call for your Laundry and deliver work promptly Ring up Gulley Hotel 48 Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf All kinds of garden seed seed Onion sets etc cheap for cash at Wards Produce same as cash If interested in Fire Life health and accident insurance see Ed C Gaines We have just returned from the city with the largest and best line of watches bracelets clocks etc ever brought to Lancaster which we are selling at rock bottom prices Morrow McRoberts We pay you in case of accident or illness 2500 to 10000 per month matter not where nor how hurt and if in transportation on cars double amount cost but little call at any office and have explainedEd C Gaines Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with th best coal and deliver orders promptly at lowest prices Adams Corder Phone 140 1 23 2m Duck Eggs for Sale 13 for 100 26 for 1 50 The In dearunner duck lays the year around Phone 195F Miss Allie Anderson lm Lancaster Ky Just received fresh car salt Plenty of good coal on hand at lowest prices Also sand and brick orders filled Austin Hurt Good work is the only thing the Danville Steam Laundry turns out Phone 48 Gulley Miller Agts I have moved my office to my poultry houses adjoining railroad stock yards on Stanford street Am now paying following prices Hens 9c eggs 14c to 14ic turkeys lOc hides 4c It will pay you to see me before selling your produce Phone 35 H B Northcotttf What gives the continual Fire Co and the mutual Benefit Life Ins Co their reputation Liberal contracts and the very policy holders vol ume of business written in Garrard county and elsewhere is convincing Ed C Gaines agt We have the Agency for J Solomon Cos line of Merchant Tailoring And can save money on a spring suit of clothes Remember pro fit looks big to a man who sells Arbuckles coffee for 35cts give us an order and we guarantee a fit See H C Hamilton W H Ward Continental Fire Co having a million dollars more net surplus than any other fire Co losses cash with out discount Polices written one three and five years covering fire Lighing and tornado Beware of the and insure your proper ty with their at Ed C Gaines Wake Up And see what is going on around you For 8 days beginning Saturday March 14 08 and closing Saturday March 21 08 we will sell you any article in our house at a great for cash are a few of our many bargains A few new silver 18i Ibs of beso granulated sugar f1 00 Manna 25 3 cans best sugar corn for 25 4 pounds of 25 12 cans tomatoes 7 pounds Heinzs coffee Every body it 100 5 eakes Lenox soap for 20 6 takes any 5c soap in house 20 3 bottles of Tomato 25 Seed potatoes any Varity per bu I 20 Onion sets any price want them We also want your produce remem ber these prices are Dont ask to have charged you irlll be Remember Uto2Utl908 I cheap i we and bargaindays potatoes jewelers 313 Notice promptlyPhone adollar of reduction low dollars at 98c 6 boxes EUgabs 110 Hoffman ed date March W H Ward I 1001bs It Cat- sup Elite skirtthe Why They Look So Natty c LOOK FOR THIS TRADE LABEL IN EVERY SKIRT THE the Skirts are perfect for the rea son that they are built on entirely new being draped over living models not on inanimate wooden forms THE WORKMANSHIPon the Elite Skirts be garment is handtailored and hand seam bound double silk belting and gros grain silk placket steam shrunk and cannot loose their shape THE in the Mite Sfcfrte are the very best none but allwool or allsilk every piece being thoroughly shrunk before being cut thus giving the wearer a skirt that will hold its shape and not draw up THE in the Elite Sfefrte are superb all the latest creations of the importations Made as Represented or Your Money Back Call and Inspect the ELITE SKIRTS NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED Joseph Mercantile Co I Incorporated Gyclones Windstorms Tornadoes This is the time of year for these Get a tornado policy from J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency FITof linesevery garment cannot excelledevery pressedevery inconsequence FABRICSused allof STYLESused seasondirect Mite FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residense NoT COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by BANKS HUDSON We are headquarters for BULK GARDEN aid FLOWER SEEDS of all kinds and we are making a specialty of NORTHERN SEED IRISH POTATOES this season We have on hand Early Hebron Bnrbaalr Triumph Early Ohio in both 1st and 2nd crops Prices Bight We will sell exclusive this season A J Paynes Seed Sweet Potatoes Every one knows that his potatoes are thebest that can be bought GILL SIMPSON Phone 181 Lancaster Ky tIltrMJ I 9 Bole I s The Danville Laundry Guarantees All Work Ring up 48 Why They Wear So Well Vulcan plows 1850 J RMot Co My pea of Barred Plraotlt Rock bred pure for tweatyfive years arts now mated with a cockrel from the of Hawkiag of Lancaster Maes at L for WHWkenrltt ueatUTiEjr U E peals A C Caa Ibfew Etas etalit THE CHANCE OF ANever before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our AXjJS OIF JFIIETIB WAmLi IPA We are forty thousand rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock and is not the pickedover laidinthecorner ONETHIRD REGULAR PRICE r r P r 1 I iI II kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offerIng thIS entIre lot order to reduce our overstock at less than c F LIFETIME i HCIATI p offering in a 15 20 25e Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing atI I I I l Main tTIlle BEAUTY and DURABILITY- are combined in our offerings of STERLING SILVERHandsome Heavy Designs Violet Lil ly of the Valley and others Tea and Table Spoons Knives Forks Odd Pieces Souvenir Spoons c c Ideal Wedding Gifts somthlng to be handed down to the next gen eration and the price is very reasonable LET US DO YOUR REPAIR WORK Our motto is PROMPTNESS ACCURACY RELIABILITY Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store I HIIIIIIIIII It I j I i J I I I I I J 111 11 J I ee e e eeisssuee U ee e ee eaMeee I vS e e J J WALKER President J S JOHNSONVice ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ls tM SURPLUS ietM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BISNKT Ass tCashr G D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders i THE National Bank Of Lancaster Slrlls 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DmECTOES D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L Gill ital50s000 Sam for RentSafctyDcpositBoxes We Solicit Your Business I I have in stock a nice line of Good lie dium and Cheap Furnitore Carpets Mattings Rugs DRUGGETS ETC all of which have been boufibt at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON The Photo Season is Now Open and we are prepared to furnish you with the very latest work at reasonable prices Take Advantage of the Good Weather we are now having and bring the Children in The FOX STUDIO Open Every Saturday LOO a e I 5c 25 to 50c For our regular 25 50c papers we are now asking the rediculously low price of GIBBONSAUER CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster y SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association as Lancaster Ky March 13 1908 You can generally measure the loyalty of the individual to the com munity in which he lives by the efforts he makes to build up the institutions that make for the material In this sort of work there is a vast difference between the man who does things and the one who just talks about what should be done In the language of the street hot air is a mighty poor material upon which to erect the noble edifice that shall stand as a monument to the enterprise of the community This or that oppor tunity for advancement is permitted to slip by and not until it is too late is a full realization of the loss brought home to the minds of those who should have been the first to promote and foster it Under such circumstances the socalled public spirited will stand about and bewail at the fate that stood in the way when as a matter of fact it was not fate at all but in most cases just a pure case of selfishness that could not see beyond the narrow confines of the dollar The man who spend a dollar for the things that will re bound to the good of the community until he can see two coming in will never be remembered as a benefactor to his kind It is highly amusing to read the political organs and note with what vigor they stand up to the trough and yell for the party The candidates nominated in the estimation of the party organ are paragons of virture and as near perfection as is given poor human nature to approach and all this in the face of the fact that perhaps some of these same pinks of perfection secured their nomination through the basest of dirty tricks Some time the party organ will have the backbone to refuse to endorse un worthy men for office It should be kept in mind that because a man hap pens to belong to your party does not make him any the more or any the less a man In a word political affllia tion has nothing to do with the i nature that is found in all men While business conditions are not up to the standard nor as good as the optomist would have them yet there has been a gradual and with all a healthy improvement The recupera has net been as rapid as the sanguine anticipated yet advance ment has been made It may be that too much was expected hence the seeming slowness But take the country over and there is a marked improvement from the conditions of 60 or 90 days ago and the indications now point that by April 1 there will be nearly the usual activty in most lines of effort These words of Abraham Lincoln are worthy of all acceptions Let reverence for the laws be breathed by every American mother to the lisping babe that prattles on her lap let It be taught in schools in seminaries and in colleges let it be written in primers in spelling books and in almanacs let it be preached from the pulpit proclaimed in legislative halls and en forced in courts of iustice Editor Jim Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat says there was beautiful sentiment in the suicide of that Ohio Best Healer In The World Arnicae Salve for several years on army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I used it too with great success in my veterinary business at McRoberti drug store t I I I I I everlastingly I I I 1 r r ion I I I I RaymondMaIne Price 25c lm- I advancement will human mS- old I I girl who hanged herself with a pair of her sweethearts trousers in a pocket of which she found a letter from an other girl The young man boarded at her mothers home which accounts for her going through his pockets be fore marriage Logic as applied to candidates is being very much overworked these days You hear men talking about this or that man being the logical candidate who woula be unable to recognize logic if they met it on the public highway Of course it makes something to talk about and some men do delight to talk politics even if they de not know anything about the sub ject An awning on the Martha Washing ton hotel in New York burned the other day set on fire by a lighted cigarette dropped from a window above This is not a remarkable incident in itself its only interest lies in the fact that the hotel in question is for women Dear Dear Isnt it awful Fourteen thousand people were present at the dinner in Kansas City a few weeks ago We dont like to knock but we have seen that many at window of the local post office the moment the mail is open A Southern newspaper wants politicians to be consistent Well the moment a politician becomes consis tent he ceases to be a politician That newspaper is asking the impossible The strictly party paper is having a pretty hard time of it in this day of independent thought and action on the part of the rank and file of the two great political parties Even business men who post prom inent Piease Close the Door signs in their offices will leave your own door wide open when they leave Live and learn Foresighted per sons now almost invariably take the precaution to go insane before their families Whenever politics get so rampant that it interferes with business and progress of the community it is high time to cut it out Taft got Ohio Bryan got Nebraska the Irish still have Ireland and the devil takes care of his own The cold storage hen is now in active competition with the regular daily output of the poultry yard China has no lawyers Lucky China DO danger of it ever being broke Girls born on February 29 need never fear to tell their ages Unhappy Marriage The universal expectation of mar reed people is that their married lives will always be happy ones says an exchange Deluded dreamers They imagine that they different from other people and that when they en ter the portal of matrimony love peace and prosperity will be their Such ones had better by far consider themselves the same asothers but form iron resolutions that will keep them from the dangerous coasts upon which many have been wreck ed and ruined Unhappy marriages depend upon many Previous to marriage many try to appear more intellectual more aminable or more accommodating than they really are Depend upon it that love brought in to existence by a moonlight stroll strengthened by deceit and displays and finally consummated through the influence of intriguing friends will fade in after life almost as fast as the flowers which compose the bridal wreath Tobacco Growers Attention Having been asked several times the question will you insure tobacco for me this year Iwanrto state that so long as the condition remains as it is low in Garrard county I will but on y for those who their entire pro perty in the they ask to parry the hazardous part of their nskipr itis hardly fair to ask one Com pang to take the worst part of the who want to have their tobacco in cured lam willing to protect them tf J can exclusively Tart are attendants J so agentcant B murdering causes fashionable r T lOc and up We are offering papers that sold from 75c and over for 750 PAINT LICK Mrs R N Beazley is on the sick list at this writing Miss Dove Marrett of Parksville is viaiting Mr Dan Burchell and family The American tobacco warehouse has closed down until next fall It will open up again if there is any more tabacco raised this year Mr McWhorter has opened a nice line of funiture with his hard ware and grocery store He invites the people to give him a call and see his stock of goods Mrs Lena Dunn and son James of Lancaster who have been visiting her sister Mrs Mason Pullins for the last few weeks have gone to Stanford to visit her brother Mr T L Totton and familyI Clover Timothy and Blue Grass seed Also Northern Seed Oats tf Banks Hudson Raymond Redwine Allen The death angel has visited the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Allen and claimed for its victim their darl ing little boy Raymond Redwine He was born November 25th 1905 and was christened January 20th 1907 by Rev F D Palmeter and died January 15th 1908 He was sick just a few days with the measles and pneumonia and passed over the river to live with our dear Jesus who loved him best of all Oh it was so hard to give him up All was done that fond hands could do Little Raymond was such a sweet and loving child no one ever heard him cry unless he was sick or hurt He was loved by all who knew him May we all live to meet our darling one in heaven Dont grieve dear papa and mama our little darling is gone from this world of toil and pain but in heaven we will meet him thank God we will never part again Sweet little darling the light of our home looking for some of the loved ones to come bright as the sun beam pure as the dew watching dear papa and ma ma for you After prayer services by F D Palmeter his little body was laid to rest in a white casket in the Car tersville cemetery Willie May and Mary C Roop He Is Just Away In being remembrance of a brother W B Terrell who died March 4th 1907 sayThatWith a cheery smile and a wave of his hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be linger there And you 0 you who the wildest yearn For the oldtime step and the glad return Think of him faring on as dear In the love of There as the love of Here Anna May Adams Could Not Eat W H Clay Lexington Ky says Our fowls were so sick with cholera did not have a single fowl to die Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster The Only Cure cholera remedies on the market and hauled out dead hogs by the Mount Co Lancaster Skating during the month of March On the 4th 6th and 7th there will be each Wednesday Friday and Saturday March 11th there will a Year Party free fcr each couple lady and gent On 18th there will be a Rube Party A of 1 will be for best Rube On 25th a Masquarade Party will be given but masked will skate be given the tackiest couple 4t Paper Hanging- I now have the handsomest line of samples ever brought to Lancaster and am prepared to hang paper in the best manner and on the shortest notice Have your work done now be fore the rush Satisfaction guaranteed Milton Sneed U E C sayHe pouredBourbon saysIhave CholeraRemedyround for hog cholera Sold by J R willfurnishracl TackyParty G W Rice If you would like to fool some wise Coffee Critic who knows fine Coffee on taste and llavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Shoops Health Coffee and serve it piping hot It deceived Mrs Shoop and wiil I believe deceive any one And there is not a grain of real Coffee in it Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made in a 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling li pounds 25c Gill Simpson wmHerndon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store M K Denny Minuteno rl Law I f Ben DHerntlon c DENTIST I Office over Herndons jewelry store I It 1 T J HOOD w DENTIST 1 Office at residence Danville st i12 C tttt tt tt tttt ttirttxtttt tt tt w= = 15 to lain sf DanYille I IFor Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house all out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass in good repair on the mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Applyto Morford Dunn Bourne Ky Cured His Hogs- J A Scott Avon Ky says Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that i did not think could possibly be saved Sold by J It Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are 70 eggs year day of 75 first ten days of January It you have 2nd at Garrard county 1 setting 3 73 settings 1 2 4 settings 00 perlOO 3 uo per 1000 2500 Chicks lOcts each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders Satisfaction guaranted Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeys Walton E Moss Phone in residence three miles on old Danville Pike I also sell Incubators land- aU 124 6m Bourbon mYBarredand3rd Fair- I O 4II 2 I I PoultrySupplies pike New I Buggies BuggiesI IIn order to make room for my large Spring stock of Baggies I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Come before they are all gone Bargains I I25c1 W J ROMANS Just received New Line of Watches Bracelets Lockets Etc Ifyou want a watch of any ofthe very best makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have them and will save you money on them Our stock of is complete and prices Tow Morrow McRoberts I I 1I iI I e B a- III r tt r Y Y Q i ewe er i tiI sNc S- a i1i SHOW ON Mch 14 and 16 A special representative of Strauss Bros MASTER TAILORS OF CHICAGO me on the above dates with all the new Ideas in Woolens such as the new Silver Grays Olive Browns Fawns Tans Bronze Effects besides hundreds of other attractive pattens Prices that are equaled by none Fit and quality guaranteed Come in and have your measure taken and be ready for Easter and the Good Old Summer TimeEverybody invited to look whether you buy or not Dont get the dates March itli and 16th C W WestSuccessor to Hemphill West Vulcan Plows 8 50 I BIGe e will be with fore ty- r 1 1 1 r 1 1 l t it lv 111 1 Syracuse Oliver 1 r j PLOWSI Collars Hames and Collar Pads Trace Chains and Back Bands Blind Bridels and Breeching STUDEBAKER WAGONS The best most servicable and lightest running wagon made Come in and get our prices before purchasing J H Mount Co IiJ IIi I Brin your Prescriptions FRISBIES DRUG STORE Our prescription department is complete In every detail All prescription brought to us are filed by a Competent Registered Pharmacist Let us do your prescription business for you It will be done with absolute accuracy Ir r r Frisbies1 OoooooOoc DRUGSTORE ODC Gossip About to i PeopleII A Brief Motion of the Cams and Mags byllMM We Are to Mr Stephen Walker is quite ill of pneumoniaMiss Tillett is visiting rela tives in Danville Miss Bella Arnold left for Crab Orchard Monday Judge B A Burnside was at home a few days this week Mr P S Griggs of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Little Miss Porter Scott Hudson had a birthday dinner Sunday Mr Hoening has joined his wife for a visit to Mrs J W Sweeney Miss Bourne of McCreary has been visiting Miss Irene Romans Mr and Mrs W G Kemper of Paint Lick were in town Wednesday Miw Maud Wilson of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs W R Gott Messrs T K Watson and Dave Walk er were in Crab Orchard Sunday Miss Josephine Hanley of Nicholas ville is visiting Miss Clara Miller Miss Iva Coy of Kirksville is visit ing Misses Willie and Bessie PIerce Mr John Christman and children are visiting her sister in Louisville Miss Lizzie Marksbury still con tinues quite ill at her home at Mar cellusMiss Carrie Anderson entertained a few friends very delightfully the past week Mrs West and daughter Miss Ethel West have been in Louisville for a weeks visit Miss Cordelia Hamilton of Middles boro has been the guest of her mother Mrs Ike Hamilton Mrs Gott and little daughter Leona have returned from a visit to her parents in Richmond Mr Richard Anderson Mr James Anderson and wife of French Lick are guests of Mrs Sue Anderson Mrs W C Bell of Harrodsburg ac companied her husband Judge W C Bell and are stopping at the Kengar lanMr and Mrs G B Swinebroad are receiving congratulations over the arrival a little girl who was born SaturdayMisses Laura Smith atrd Lucy Francis will assist Mrs Alex Walker in the trimming department of her millinery store Mr Louis Herndon entertained the following party at dinner at the Ken garlan Sunday Misses Marguerite Kinnaird Irene Bomans Ida Lee Bourne Messrs Batterton and Lewis GillStanford Journal Congressman Harvey Helm arrived from Washing ton yesterday to spend a few days with his constituency Mrs J H Dunn and little son and Miss Jennie Totton of Lancaster were guests of Miss Eulah Totten Mrs Charles Brown of Lancaster is visiting Miss Belle Denny Mrs W W Hays spent several days with her mother at Lan caster Danville Advocate The annual meet ing of the Central University Athletic Association was held Saturday for the purpose of arranging for the coming May Carnival The most important event was the election of the Queen and this year the honor was accorded Miss Mayme Lillard one of the most popular girls in Danvilles younger social set The selection of Miss Lillard does not come as a surprise to those who are acquainted with her popularity among the students None in the city can lay claim to more friends than she and it is a fitting compliment to her that she be Queen She is admirably endowed with every requisite for such a station being popular attractive charming and winsome and it goes without saying that she will fill the place most The Varsity men are to be congratulated upon their choice The best on the Rose The four numbers of the entertainments having been rendered Hal Merton a famous magician ven triloquist and general entertainer will appear at the court house under the auspices of the same ladles on Thursday evening March 12 tonight at 8 p m His services were procured at a reduced rate as he had an open date in this section of the state and for that reason reserved seats are on sale at McBooerts drug store at 35cts general admission 25cts This will afford everyone an opportunity to see one of the most unique attractions on the road at a greatly reduced price and at the same time enable them to help a good cause The press the mention is replete with test monlals regarding the success of Hal Merton Remember the Minstrel show at the court house tomorrow Friday night Itsgiven by a professional troop now touring the country and under auspice of Lancaster Odd Fellows lodge Dont miss it Eflie Per Sale- S C B L Beds 1100 for 15 White and Brown Leghorns 50c for 15 Remember the breeds that the most eggs are the breeds that yield toe biggest profit JJ883mos W T W R acceptably W C TU allover Soc t S A HIll I UttnllllK h UKYAMSYILLE Miss Waddee Marethas been sick with the measles Mr Sam Rose still continues low with tvphoid fever There will be preaching at Methodist church Sunday and evening Mr Brooks of the Lexington here Monday in the interest of Herald Atlantic City Contest Mrs John Johnson of Livingston has been visiting her mother Josephine Boner Mr Johnson Sunday here with his wife Mrs Mary Anderson of Lancaster who has been quite sick at the of Mr J W Farlee for two weeks is re ported to be slightly improved Mr and Mrs J M Smith of Mackville came up Sunday for a short visit to Mrs Atha Dunn Mr Smith has re turned home but Mrs Smith will stay a few days longer The many friends of Mr Walker Burnside are grieved to hear of his serious illness at Richmond Mrs James Burnside has been at his bed side for several days Mrs William T Woolfolk and daugh ter Miss Anna Lee of Lexington have returned home after spending several day with Mrs Woolfolks mother Mrs W J Hogan Miss Clara Bennetts numerous friends will be glad to know that she will return again this season and be with Mrs Josephine Boner Miss Bennett is expected in a short time and is one of the most experienced trimmers in the South 8TONJS Coy Sanders sold to Kirt Fatherglll one horse for 115 J T Sanders bought from A T San ders 5 shoats for 7 00 Mr Forest Curtis and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Hicks Miss Alice Snyder was the charming guest of Miss Annie Walker last Sun dayMr George Anderson who has been sick for several weeks remains serious ly illC Sanders and wife spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick Miss Georgia Crutchfield was tbe guest of her aunt Mrs Lou Bay of Buckeye week Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan of Bourne visited the latters mother M A San ders the first of last week Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye was the guest of her father Mr George Anderson last Friday night Mr John Prewitt and family of this place visited Mr Jim Grimes and family near Marksbury part of last weekMrs Lewis Murphy and little daugh ter Lyda Mae visited their aunt Mrs Emma Bay of McCreary the latter part of last week Miss Bessie Prather of Lancaster and Miss Jennie Carter of Buckeye was the charming guest of Mrs Mead Teater part of last week BUCKEYE Mrs John Teater is reported no bet terMiss Henretta Portwood visited Mrs Frintis Walker last week Willie P Long bought one pony of Mary Edith Walker for Mr James Simpson of Poor Ridge been quite ill with grippe Mrs L L Sanders of Loyd was the of her mother Wednesday- Mr John P Long of Cottonsburg is visiting relatives here this week Mrs Doc Simpson has been quite ill grippe but is better at this writ ingMrs James Witt spent several days her mother of Jessamine this weekMiss Kate DIckerson liar been visit Ing relatives in Lancaster for several Nancy J Bay and was the guest of Mrs A Miles Mr Doc Simpson and daughter visited at Mr William Mackeys Wed lesday Mr James Doolen and Mrs Belle were married at Lancaster week Mr Wm Green and Mr Heglar of Brooklyn visited friends at this place last week Mrs Alice Bay entertained quite a number of her friends very pleasantly WednesdayMr Davis who has been ill for the past three weeks is improving slowly Mr and Mrs McClane Davis Mr and Mrs Wesley Simpson visited Mr and Morris Calico Sunday Mr and Mrs Hiram Bay spent with her father Mr George Ander son of Stone who is quite ill Miss Helen Miles and her charming guest Miss Buford spent several days last week with friends in Madison Little Mis Lucy Whittaker has re turned home after several weeks visit to her grandmother of Jefferson Mrs Andrew Bogie Mrs Geo Bay and Yrs William Whittaker spent Wednesday evening with Mrs BOD LongMiss Smylie Burton of and Mr Linsey Reynolds of Jessamine were quietly married at Nteholasville last week Mrs Doc Simpson Miss Dennie Bur ton Misses Henretta and Mae Port wood Mrs MiteBaY and daughter Mr Beatber Bay and family and Mrs Wm Witt TWttd Mrs Andy Bogie Friday i quite very the morning was the Mrs spent home trimmer 850 has guest with with weeksMrs granddaughter Tester last lira Tuesday as sat Wednesday Madison 4 William Jefferson Hogan William Jtllerson Ilcyan thesubj c of this notice diet at his home in Bryantsville after an illness of several months Monday March 2 1908 The funeral services were conducted the next day at his residence by Rev P J Ross in his usual efficient and impres sive style The interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery Mr Hogan was born near Bryantsville Nov 1 1832 and had spent all his life in Gar rard county where he was highly respected and esteemed by all who knew him During the Civil War he served with distinction as Captain of the Union Army and in 1866 was to Miss Margaret Baughman Of Lincoln county He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a most devoted and faithful member of the Church for 35 years he had been Super intendent of the Sunday school and had resigned that position only recent on account of ill health during that time he had also been steward of the church several of his former pastors having said that Bro Hogan was one of the best stewards they had ever known And after his illness when he was no longer able to go to see the members on business affairs of the church he would send for them to come to see him By his death the Methodist church loses one of its most influential members the community one of its most upright and Godly citizens Mr Hogan is survived by his wife and two daughters Mrs Eliza H Ballard and Mrs W T Woolfolk of Lexington and one sister Mrs Anne Dunn of Noblesville Ind besides five grand children Miss Mayme Bal lard Messrs Hogan and Bryan Balard Misses Anna Lee and Margaret Wool folk of Lexington It is unnecessary to say that in tbe death of Capt Hogan his family have sustained an irreparable loss of a most dearly belov ed one whose vacant chair will ever be the source of deepest sorrow and grief to them but then while this is so they have the consoling thought left them that they grieve not as those who have no hope as they know his is in a world that is fairer and brigh ter than this where all is joy and parting will be no more The following resolutions were pass ed by the Bryantsville Sunday School RESOLUTIONS Whereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove from our Sun day School former Sperintendedi Capt W J Hogan Therefore it was resolved That in his death this Sunday School has lost a faithful and able support The church a strong pillar The family a devoted husband and father The community a loyal upright noble to many of us a friend and counselor Strong in faith devoted to duty con servative in principles consistent in action his strength of character was apparent to all We therefore com mend his life as a noble example Resolved That we express our deep est sympathy to the bereaved family and commend them to the Eternal and unchangeable love of Him who doeth all things well P J Rose Pastor R K Swope Mrs G B Rose Miss Elisalson Com For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crap Gescip Etc Every indication points to the fact that sheep will continue to be very on the farm where there is management of them The mule trade in Trenton Tenn seems to be booming Over 20000 was out last Monday One firm Soloman Lewis sold to Nashville 5000 worth of mules One of the largest cattle deals that been pulled off this season was closed in Mercer when John Helm Jr 60 head of extra fine steers to Sam The cattle averaged 1160 pounds and the price paid was 5 cents making a total of 83770 Hogging down either corn or peas will improve the land and pork can be made economically if the hogs are on small patches till the crop cleaned up there Two of the largest mule sales ever recorded in Hardin county were made recently Bond Bros sold 38 head of extra fine one to Mann Beard of Lexington for 9250 a bead or 19500 This is not only the highest price ever paid for this number of mules In Hardin county but is one of the largest gross sales of the year Receipts on market for three days this week compared with the same period last week in round numbers decreased 2900 cattle and in creased 3300 hogs and 1000 sheep Compared with the same period last year cattle decreased 3000 The Duroc breeders claim the honor of possessing the sow that sold for the highest price ever realized at a public sale for a female of any breed This queen cf swinedom is Speaks Model sold by Chas Speaks at the Morton Speaks sale Dayton 0 Feb 13 She was bought by the Hoosier Syndi cate for 82800 Another good price at that sale was 12750 paid by J B Davis of Fanning Kansas for Ohio Chiefs grand daughter Launtfry does the very best work to be had We are now agents for this laundry and will call for and deliver work 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and men went forth to lay their lives in the land of was not only the fever that them Uganda had extraordinary gedies Among the rest was the of the missionary Bishop Hannlngtoi who was murdered by an African by command of the wicked MwangaMwanga was the son of the who first greeted the missionaries 1877 Mtesa the father bade hearty welcome and was very to know whether they had brought the Book with them But his friend ship was fickle and the son who suc ceeded him was both a worse than his father and a weaker one and under his reign the missionarIes were often in peril of their lives an some of them like Hannington martyrdom It was a most discouraging to the welcome accorded the mission aries by Mwangas father and were those in England who to give up the mission altogether B that time Mackay was there and b his courage and tenacity and the faith ful devotion of others the mission con tinuedThe son of the king who welcomed the missionaries became the murderer of the missionaries But he too a son In 1885 Hannington was mur dered Twentyone years later i 1906 the son of Hannington baptized the present king son of the man murdered his father Here surely was an example of poetic justice a proof of the value of holding on Religion says theh Youths Compan ion has a firm hold in Uganda today and thousands attend worship Sunday Those who endured the per secutions of 20 years ago rejoice times have changed The life of Hannington was thrown away Men die but the lives There is a verse in the Psalms which is full of promise for that have reached the limit o their upward progress Instead o thy fathers shall be thy children whom thou mayest make princes ii all the earth NOTES The Salvation Army is established in 52 countries and colonies preaches the gospel in 31 languages How shall we secure a greater of young people at our Sun day schools inquires an anxious If everything else fails brother try a box of fudges says th Chicago Tribune The heroines are not all dead yet One of them returned from Japan month where she had been a for 13 years She left her tw young children in America when went to teach Christianity to the Jap anese and when she returned had grown so that she did not them as they stood on the pier waiting for her to disembark from steamship If the Japanese do not the sacrifice that she made for their sake remarks Companion all mothers will under stand how great it was Agnes Paynter and Nellie M missionaries in Ceylon write One of the objects worshiped on Ko mat Lanke island was a huge big post with a few bunches of corn at the top The convention of the Presbyterian Brotherhood of America will be held in Cincinnati November 12 to 14 There will be an exchange of practi cal information about the work suc cessful organizations are doing Fetish Priestess Converted At Badagry where the first to the Yoruba country o the west coast of Africa landed 1 1845 Bishop Oluwole recently an old woman who had been fetish priestess Her husband became a convert to Christianity about 41 years ago and was baptized in 1869 The bishop says It was with great joy that both the husband and the children witnessed her baptism Remember that when the Stomach failor weaken Dyspepsia or IndIgestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak icside Dr Shoops Restorative then see how quickly health will return Weak Heart and nerves can also be strengthened the Restorative where Heart palpi tatoin or weakness found Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the or Kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of these all ments Strengthen these weak inside with Dr Shoops Restorative get well A simple test will sure NOTICE N Notice is hereby given that applica Ion for parole of James Rose sent penitentrary from Garrard county be made to the Board of Prison CommIssioners 3t es a Uganda down Livingstone- It killed tra death chief King king in them man met sequel there proposed had who and every that not work generations and attendance superintendent last missionary she they recognize the appreciate has Youths Bryant tied missionaries baptized a nerves nerves with and again KId- ney with pains nerves and Jy telL B E McBoberts it to r r I I t 1 I 1 I I 1 1 Lau S men desirous r will A Lucky Quarter I oi vy H pnv tUl ft r n hsx t Dr Kings New Life Pills Thy bin you the health thats more prccot than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price be cheerfully refunded at Mcllalerl drugstore 1m How Enoia Got Its Name Enola the famous Pennsylvania railroad yard on the west branch the Susquehanna got its name in strange way A telegraph operator who spent lonely hours in the little watch box with no more than half a dozen trains a day to disturb him or break monotony before the big yard built called up the Baltimore and asked to be relieved from such lonesome place In sending the mes sage he signed operator in charge the tower all alone There was trouble on the wire and the last could not be understoon He was asked to repeat and then to spell backward This he did first alone then Enola In this way the town which was built to order in a more than two years got its name The Dread Waterspout What it means to encounter a water spout in the South seas is described by Beatrice Grimshaw First of all a black trunk like an elephants to feel blindly about in midair hanging from a cloud It came nearer and nearer with uncanny speed draw ing up to itself as it came a colossal cone of turbulent sea until the joined together in an enormous black pillar some quarter of a mile broad at the base and probably a good thou sand feet high uniting as it did UK clouds and the sea below Across darkening sea against the threatening coppercrimson sunset came this gi gantic horror waltzing over troughs of tornup water in a veritable of death trying to find and shatter fragile little ship Dangerous Enough Rear Admiral Mason chief of governments bureau of ordnance talked of martial inventions at a dinner in Washington Many of these inventors he said with their automatic torpedoes new explosives and what not fail take into account the danger to users of their inventions They like the farmer and the bull A farmer was driving a bull a fairly busy country road Thats a dangerouslooking you have there friend a milkma said Oh no said the farmer just as civil as a sheep He wouldnt hurt anybody unless maybe and children and such like Then Appeal I must tell you frankly said lawyer to his client that I do see the slightest chance of your the case Why Because the law on the point i against you Is that all remarked the client Then go ahead The judges are no always right 10000 paid by Dr Shoop for any cent case of Grippe or acute Cold a 25 cent box of Preventics will break How is this for an offer Doctors supreme confidence in little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Pr certainly complete Its 100 against 25 big And Preventics remember contain n quinine no laxative nothing hars nor sickening Pneumonia would neve appear if early colds were always Safe and sure for feverish 48 Preventics 25c McRoberts Doctor The Itch where The Itch Is Dont Dose the Stomach to Eczema and other Skin Disease Those afflicted with Eczema psoria sis sale rheum or other skin disease of a similar nature should never dose the stomach to rid themselves of terrible They should doctor itch where the itch the skii through the skin not through skin not through the stomach Eczema and other disease of a kin dred kind are skin blood diseases Science has shown thai Eczema is caused by germs in and that the disease can be eiadicatec only by killing the germs Dr Decatur D Dennis was one of th first physicians to follow out the theroy in skin diseases Then he that by mixing oil of green with other soothing agerts be had a liquid prescription which the germs and cured the awful leaving the skin white and smooth Since that time this D D D Prescrip tion has been the standard remedy foi skin diseases just as D D D soap is the standard high grade skin soap The first few drops of D D D give Instant relief from the terrible itch and from the frightful burning of the diseased skin So reliable is this D D D remedy that hundreds of physicians prescribe it It is a wash as thin as water and as mild and as pure which applied to the diseased portion of skin Mrs Frances Richmond of Milton Primlle county Kentucky writes My little girls fingers were sore most to the bone from Eczema I part of the sample bottle of D D Prescription you and they are well It is a wonderful remedy We carefully investigated this D D Prescription before to our neighbors and patrons and a long experience we are more than convinced of its wonderful merits RE McRoberts Lancaster You neednt decide but call at store anyway and we will show how this D D D Prescription instant relief from itch I I he will of a the the was office a of some word It little began two the dance lour the their to the are along bull hes women a not winning not The these venticsis centspretty odds broken R E Cure the the iscure the diseasenot theskip discovered is the al- used D recelvedfrom now skin D recommending- it after ever now our you gives I t I I I 1 recent ret children i gem ltd Good For Evcr bocfy NuMiiiii U Jiultcr a pjoniinei rchltoc in the Delliert Uuildin San Francisco says 1 fully endorse all that has been said of Bitters as a tonic medicine It is for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a and efficient manner and builds up system Electric Bitters is the spring medicine ever sold over a counter as a blood purifier it unequaled 50c at McRoberts 1m TOO MUCH FOR MAIDS NERVES New Girl Felt Herself Unequal Elaborate Ceremony The young wife was perhaps most punctilious housekeeper in greater city She fairly lived for annihilation of dust particles and three maids knew a degree of disci pline more rigid than that of Blucher One day her waitress an exceedingly common occur rence in even a flawless A new maid came to take place After an elaborate inquisition the new servant was engaged on The young wife explained Come to the dining room with You will have a rehearsal I want see you spread the table for a dinner for four Now go into the pantry where you will find my table china indexed shelves My forks are labeled and I shall sit here Now serve course with blank plates I am having oyster cocktails soup fish an entree a roast salad ices coffeeThe new maid groped through weird ceremony and the foodless proceeded amid silence Finally th maid whimpered- I guess I am going I couldnt this every night She fled HAD TO MAKE THE SACRIFICE Question of Job or Mustache and Latter Went A man whose chief claim to looks was a luxurious brown mus tache not long ago applied for a place in a wholesale dry goods house came well recommended and the man ager was willing to employ him Before settling the matter how ever said the manager I wish speak a few words on a very subject I refer to your mustache you accept this position you will to keep that shaved off One of your chief duties will be to dictate letters Our stenographers claim that a mustache like yours prevents speech and that the difficulty in under standing is responsible for their ma king many mistakes Once before man with a mustache like yours this job Upon the united request o the stenographers he had to cut it I must ask you to do the same thing The man eyed his crowning glory regretfully but as he needed the worse than he did the mustache he work the next day with a smooth face Lame Shoulder Whether resulting from a sprain from rheumatic pains there is ing so good for a lame shoulder Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply freely and rub the parts vigorously each application and a quick cure i certain Fur sale by F P Frisbie 1m Wife as a Companion A distinguished author says that woman who cannot read or write who makes her home and husband comfortable is a far better wife a girl who can speak six language and does not how to cook dinner and keep a house clean say a writer Unless a brides brains turned to domestic account they are o very little practical use to a husband The fact that she Is a brilliant mu sician and a mistress of French Italian is poor consolation for burnt chops and muddy coffee Talent charity should begin at home no woman can be called clever does not use her wits first toward achieving home comfort and skillec housekeeping At the same time know many a bride who Is ignorant of book learning shaky in her spelling and a shocking housewife too After all to be clever and t cultivate ones neglect ing cookery and the domestic arts makes a wife a more charming com panion to her husband No Use To Die I have found out that there is m use to die of lung trouble as long a get DrKings New Discovery Mrs J P White of Rushboro I would not be alive to day only that wonderful medicine It loosen up a cough quicker than anything and cures lung disease even after the pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness under guarantee McRoberts drug store 50c and 00 Trial bottle free 1m Malaria Is Rechristened Malaria which has in the past beem attributed to poisonous gases from swamps and decaying vegetation has been officially laid at the door the mosquito and is called fever The international sanitary congress changed the name formally officially When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs al fail Dont drug the Stomach stimulate the Heart or Kidneys is simply a makeshift Get a known to druggists every as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for weak inside nerves Strengthen nerves build them up with Dr or liquid and see how quickly help will come sample test sent on request by Dr Racine Wis Your health is worth this simple test B E cRoberts M r I Electric prompt the best druggists is drugstore to I the the the her Gen departed her probation me to on all you meof and the feast do the good He to personal If have heavy clear a held off jot began or- t noth as it at a but than now are and like and who I mindwithout you says Par for else case is colds Issold at 1 DOW of mosquito and ways nor That prescription where these these Shoops Restorativetablets Free Sboop surely it r I good establishment I carl 1 throat lains Cough Remedy is unrqualed as a cure fur croup says Harry Wilson of Vaynclovn Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears this remedy will prevent the attack It is used successfully in many thousands of homes For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Cultivate Quiet Mind Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened go on in fortune or at their own private pace like a clock during a I Stevenson Ticklintr or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops cough Cure And it is so thoroughly barm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even for very The wholesome green leaves and tender stems cf a lung healing moun tainous shrub give the corative proper ties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensa tive bronchial membranes opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand DrSho6ps Take no other R E McRoberts CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought n IU lC Ulod a curr l teiiiv alt I ei tuhI- I for colds and t rochies t hut misfortune thunderstormR young babies o as fr Crop lIeiIi er Tlaii t Bears the Signature of Write for free Catalogues We have no agents H F IHLLENXE1EK SOX LEXINGTON KY Stop That check early colds or Grippe Treventics means sure defeat forPneumonia To stop a with Preventics Is safer than to let it run and b obliged to cure it afterwards To be sure venues will cure even a deeply seated coM taken early at the sneeze stase they bred o head off these early colds Thats surely better Thats why are called Preventics- Preven tics are little Candy Cold Cures No Quin me no physic nothing sickening Nice for the thoroughly safe too If you feel chillyif you snetzeif you ache all over think o Preventics Promptness may aLo save half your usual sickness And dont forgat your child i there is feverishness nightorday Herein prob ably lies Preventics greatest efficiency Sold in 6c boxes for the pocket Iso in 23c boxes of 43 Proventica Insist on your druggists giving you PreventicsR Prof H A of Havana Cuba Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy As long ago as 1 can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life have I realized its true value until now writes Prof II A How ell of Howells American School Havana Cuba On the night of February 3rd our baby wa taken sick with severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his condition was desperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was difficult Idid not think be would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave and it afford ed prompt relief and now three days later he has fully recovered Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying that Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear little boy 1m MI CURE THE LUNCS S Cold ITo with cold Pre but childrenand Howell Chamberlains For sale by F P Frisbie S KILLmE COUCH DisciNew FOR c LOLL HJlbUtt lALiUKifcS You Will Surprised to Learn How Kany Thers Are Dil eve feel stupid anti dull after rating a hearty dinner Wl a foot rctaine rtoo in the stomach because of stomach weakness poison factory works overtime ar there confusion rf thouht despondency heartbum sleeplessness nervous and other forms of The general use of mont stomac tablets puts the roa h of everyone a reliable and positive cure for all stoaiacl reakness Miona quickly cures the vorst case of indigestion the aiT distress which is often felt after meal vili soon disappear sivli is t rronderf al curative power iittl taMut Miona acts upon entirely diaercnt principles from the other that been used in stomach trouMo It is taken before meals and has a strengthening action upon the muscles o the fio of lises tive juices and the gtomarh pet to work easily anti naturally the fool which is catn Our leading dniszists have soon cures made bv 311onii tliry guarantee with len oOctnt box that th costs nothing imless it cures Sold and guaranteed by For sale by R K McRoberts Fruit and be YOU stion ti1 t i any re ics t lt makin di est tint remc TREES Ornamental long tiEs acreain many give a Everything for Orchard Lawn Garden Our Plants are Try Them Strawberry Moneymakers Dr OLDS pRIcE LIIe TI 141 Fiss MLTIISIATMSLVUSUIIL- Eoz xom Z2YUXDXD aa- I tm SIARUH M OH at the home or my farther near Hyattsville sell to the highest bMrftr he following property Household and furniture farming implements brood maras wiH work anywhere I geMin milk 11 head yearling cattle hood of hogs Terms made known m dlaj of sale Sale begins at 10 ueKiclc Capt A SI Bourne And J P Wearren and General Repair Work Horse Shoeing Speeialtyr All Work Guaranteed horse shod right Also rubber pads put on It I dont stop your horse front cutting I will give your money back Carriage work promptly done All work guaranteed J P Wearren Th undersigned hereby give warn to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen take notice IP h ttot IIi M r 1 y kituflen 3 COWS 9 aW rr BLACKSMITH lNG A YJur a POSTED ing IIttLiiII Its CON Have WS Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave H C Arnold W G I Mrs PD Gill VJGilHspie WTWorrel John A Sanders R L Burton R C Boian r R Cook and CURES Coughs andGcIds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption F Honey anti Tar not only tops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious r j suits from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious trouble if Fefeys fciaaay and TaP Is taken as it cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk PneumpkTa when Foleys X HM j and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs j Remember the name F foyra Ho y and refuse any substitute offered with some nnknowm preparation that costs you the same whe you can get Fatey y end Tar that costs results Contain opiates Cvrcd After PhyaUlam saW E H Zones Pastor IT E Church1 Grove Md writes About seven or eightyears ago I had avery severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try sample Foleys Honey and Tar whichgave nw so much relief that I bought some the regular size Two or cured me ofwhat the physicians called consumption and Ihave never had any trouble with my throat orlungBainc that Three sizes 25e SOe The 50 cent size contains two aadl onehalf times as much as the small six and the 100 bottle almost six tlmM as much SKI AH KCMKNa ItC C J E Stormes FROM THE PINE WOODS Hyomeis Aromatic Air to Cure Catarrh or Cost Hbthlng Then usfnjc the treatment the air you breathe is like that on tile h above sea level where tiu pine fill the air with aromatic Lien jug gives health and strength to suffering from diseases the respiratory organs Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with evurv outfit the healing balsams of anxch the most remote air cells of the throat nose and lungs destroying all catarrhal genus and giving quick relief arid cure Hyomei Tins performed almost miracu loris cures of catarrh often restoring health in chronic cases that had ui all hope Its best is at the when the breath is becoming offensive and when discharges From the nose droppings in the threat first symptom of catarrlial trouble use see how quickly you get relief and cure The complete outfit costs but StQO and is sold under guarantee to refund the money if It does not and guaranteed by FOLEYS HONEY TAR- f alung will coughsthe Tarand Do not take chancu Ie ate act certa1a in ei a of of three tOt is those i ofrecovery Action lSCi1 e give satisfaction R E MeRoberts y N m rs ac1 a us Mad CsuptIA bottles timeS Guaranteed Hvomei woods coughing