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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 27 M08 THE CEN IR L R C01t YEdE NU BEB e F C 9 L- EIQIITEEIITII New Stylish and Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods are arriving daily Our stock will be com iplete with everything that is necessary to dress you correctly for Spring Our prices are always consistent with thigh class merchandise LOGAN g g gi g g gg g g fi g ig i14L T i Wp to date f 5- k i Y New Easter Suits Are Out Theyre the snappiest ones youll see and the best Every idea that has been brought out to give clothes style neatness and distinction has been faithfully work ed in the Mayer Sheur Offner Sterling Way Coats are shaped the least bit to the natural lines of the figure to give them grace and are just long enough to be smart and genteel Single and double breast ed two and three piece suits as you like Trousers are made medium and full peg top neither too ioose too tight Medium and tropical weights in the neatest of stripes checks mixtures and blue serges We stamp our name on the inside coat pocket as guarantee that these clothes are right for style and wear SMITH HERRING or ft fI H iy Local Items A big crowd was in and business with the merchants w fairly good There were no stock of any consequence Rev J H Williams will fill his at the Methodist church at usual Sunday It is not customary to ho services on the fifth Sunday but it decided to do so this month A joint meeting of the Christian Womans Board of Missions and Sunday Schools of this district will in Lancaster April 21 and 2 Many delegates will attend and a fin program will be rendered invitation is extended to the lie to attend all the sessions The W C T U had an interest meeting last Saturday Subject thi week is Reminiscence of the Loca Union Meetings are held Satur day in Joseph Mercantile Cos building and the attendance is good Thi organization is doing a power of in the community Cleanliness Next to Goodliness Clean streets and alleys clean clean public grounds and build ings with clean stores make up the sun total of civic cleanliness from a phsica standpoint And all this is possibly without much cost but considerable effort will be required to make one see the need of it And yet what more attractive than cleanliness in town Marksbury After an illness ofseveral years Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbur died at her home at Marcellus night She was the daughter of W D Marksbury and was as an active worker in church educational matters She was a devo ed member of the Baptist church membership being at the Fork churcl at Marksbury Her life was that of devoted earnest Christian and will be remembered as one of those who put into practice the command made by holy writ Funeral services were held at the Fork church yester day the burial taking place at the Fork Cemetery Highest in the World Rinearson General Passenger Agent of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad was in Danville and was asked concerning the propos ed new bridge at High Bridge and that the plans were all completed the engineer selected to do the work says the Harrodsburg Herald He said the best bridge engineer in the world had been secured and that the oridge would be erected as soon as possible It will be located about one hundred feet east of the present high bridge and will be thirty feet higher and span the river by a single arch with out any pillars underneath It will bi the highest cantilever bridge in world a title that was held by present bridge for a long time M Rinearson said that the present bridge was perfectly safe though it was built for much lighter rolling stock than i now being used on the road and that reason the new enormous engine that are now being used on the freight trains are all stopped here and go m further north and the new bridge made necessary in order to accomodate these new engines and others of DOS sibly heavier weight that may be in the future JBBYANTSVILLE Miss Jennie Burnside is now RichmondMr of Sharpsburg here for a short stay Quite a number from here went to Lexington last week to sse Ben Hur Mr and W L Glass of Hanly Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Glass Mr Everton of Lexington was here for several days last week writing in surance Mr Sam Rose who has been quite il for several weeks of typhoid fever very much improved Misses Elizabeth Bryant and Kate Farlee who are attending school Richmond are at home this week for a visit to their parents Mrs James Burnside has returned home after spending several weeks at Richmond with her son Mr Walker Burnside who has been quite ill Mr Nathan Noe of Nicholasville bought of Mrs Hannah Sweeney her two vacant lots for 825 Mr Noel will begin building a residence at once Mrs John Johnson of Livingston who has been visiting her mother Mrs Josephine Boner for several weeks is now with relatives at Lancaster for a short stay Miss Clara Bennett has arrived and is with Mrs Josephine Boner again this season Miss Bennett is an exper ienced trimmer and will be glad to have all of her old customers call to see her as Mrs Boner has a most beautiful line of Spring Millinery Miss Lizzie Marksdury died at her home Tuesday morning after a illness of several months The in terment took place Wednesday morn ing at the Fork church Marks bury was an elegant Christian lady and will be greatly missed in ty The family have our deepest pmpatby in their sorrow The largest line of winter buggy obes ever shown in Lancaster ale cheap W J Romans town Monday sales pulpit hours was the beheld A most cordial pub good backyards every a duration Monday bit well known and her a she W C Saturday said and will the the for used in was spent is at Miss this communi they l r h I I I i i lingering Judge Bell III Judge Bell was quite ill several days during his term of here but we are glad to state much improved Gillespie Case Compromised The suit brought to set aside tl will of William Gillespie was compr mised the heirs to pet 10000 the remainder of the estate which i its entirety amounted to 626 acres the best Blue Grass land and 110 in money to revert to the St Josep Infirmary of Louisville after the of the lawyers fees Business Items Vulcan plows 850 J R Mount C Vulcan plows 8850 J R Mount Cc Buggy and wagon harness very 2t W J Romans Best Seed Potatoes 120 cts per S D Turner Kokomo Fence Best 2t W J Romans Fresh fish ever Friday at Turner meat market tf A Good Coal for lOc per bu 2t Banks Hudson Garden seeds of all kinds tf Turners meat market Buggy and wagon harness are goin at great bargains W J Romans Watch for the spotted pony and the boyyour order S D Turner Call up No 50 and get the brest fresi groceries at lowest prices tf Turner meat market Look at my linn of Ladies and Misse Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Remember this is the last week Wards cut price bargains You can not afford to miss this sale Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed 1m Bring in your eggs this week if you want to get them in on our cut price goods Ward We pay cash for eggs and will take them same as cash during our bargain days Ward If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee 1m 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 give satis faction for two years or no charge Morrow McRoherts jewelers Thirtyfive years of practical experi ence enables us to do the very best of repair work on watches clucks 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 pota toes Onion sets etc cheap for cash at Wards Produce taken 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 Morrow McRoberts jewelers We pay you in case of accident or illness to 10000 per month matter not where nor how hurt and if in transportation on cars double amount costs but call at any office and have explainedEd C Gaines Just received fresh car salt Plenty of good coal on hand at lowest prices Also 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 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 Northcott tf What gives the Continental Fire Co and the Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co their reputation Liberal contracts and toe very best 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 c Cos line of Merchant Tailoring And can save you money on a spring of clothes Remember a dollar looks big to a man who sells lbs of Arbuckles coffee for 35cts ive us an order and we guarantee a See H C Hamilton W H Ward ContinentalFireCo havinga quarter f a million dollars more net any other fireCo losses cash without discount Polices written me three and five years covering fire lightning and tornado Beware of the March and insure your with their a t Ed C Gaines Eggs My pen of Barred Plymoth Rocks bred for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish few setting of eggs at for 15 W H Wherritt Lancas ter Ky tf Nothing helps more to make you enjoy the pretty sunshine than to have a pretty hat So we cordially invite to call In Saturday March 28 opening day and see our stock prices are within reach of all prawn 1t I W C for court is j and payment cheat butt made give of j W H W II Notice promptlyPhone yar suit profit 100 fit than property Fine A C 81 Ladies upto date R S f p- J lining and Plumbing p I We can do your tin work and Plumbing Do it right and at once Let us have your orders Satisfaction guaranteed j Roofing Guttering fe fej Plumbing sad Repairing ip HASELDEN BROS I lmrrlIift Iii Im1 1m Iii m 1iJgrilJmJr 3 J E JR3edz1e Arterial ail Cavity Eabalriig Office on Danville Street FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK Elite Skirt 11 1 Ube Why They Look So Natty t UNDBRTAKBR Why They Wear So Well LOOK FOR THIS TRADE LABEL IN EVERY SKIRT THE the Skirts are perfect for the that they are built on entirely new lines every gar ment being draped over living models not on inanimate wooden forms THE WORKMANSHIPon the skirts be garment is handtailored and hand seam bound donble silk belting and gros grain silk placket steam shrunk and cannot loose their shape THE FABRICSused in the Mite Skirts are the very best none but allwool or allsilk every piece being thoroughly shrunk before being cut thus the wearer a skirt that will hold its shape and not draw in the Mite Skirts are superb all the latest creations of the importations Made as Represented or Your Money Back Call Inspect tile ELITE SKIRTS NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated FITof Mite reason elite cannot excelledevery pressedevery inconsequence allof giving up THE STYLESused seasondirect and Plenty Good Coal We have our yards filled with the best coal and deliver orders promptly at lowest prices Adams Corder Phone 140 1 23 2m The Danville Laundry Guarantees All Work Ring up 48 Congressional Announcement We are authorized to announce Horn Harrey Helm of Lincoln county a candidate for re election to Congress evbject to the actioa of the Democratic party Danvill Steam Laundry All laundry work done by the Steam Laundry is fully up Gulley Hotel and we will come for it Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf Payers Notice Is hereby given to all tax payers to come forward and settle same right as I am required by law to sake my settlemeB Unless are paid you will be pat to additional expeaae L Henna City Mantel guaranteed Ring T Tax at once t thelie taxes w K j Danville I U I M I TEverythin1 You will be wanting to put on Spring and this is a chance to get some rare bargains in our S3AuTE3 OIF1 We are offering 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 laidintliecorner ikind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering this entire lot in order to reduce our overstock at less than ONETHIRD REGULAR PRICE hUh 1 vr 2 3 m rL N J06S In T HiS fL E I I e ti t ir a s a K rrp s7 e J i liwlLlstrflnL S eya v aa1 e 7 iu s J xs sow1 t e s HCIAT inn WAT 1T JEFtEB fi 15 20 25c Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing at Main Danvillest 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 HUDSON The eyes to be fitted properly with glasses should be Tested Scientifically by some one who is an EXPERT GUESS WORK IS NOT SAFE We offer you competent service in this work The price will be reasonable Your eyesight is priceless Our Accuracy and Reliability Hedrick 6fc FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store NltJiU r r UI U I I I I I I I I IBANKS N 1JV tt Altr 1Igr r r r r 1 Iellfllllfllll1 IIII fl I I I I I I I I I MottoPromptness I I J J1 1lIIJIIIJIll 11 J dosoeoe eeseeeeeet b L vooovvooevvvvo WALKER I President J J Prest II R J S JOHNSON Vice ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZEHS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5 M SURPLUS I M B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNKY Aagt Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders 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 OpenEvery Saturday Cyclones Windstorms Tornadoes This is the time of year for these Get a tornado policy from J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency f W I 1 I E FRIiI By specIal arrangements wIth Bastin Telephone any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence Notl Cct 5c 25 to 50e For our regular 25 50c papers we are now asking the rediculously low price of CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky March 271908 Party platforms need not be long and complicated providing the and candidates intend to play fair with the people The average platform is built more to deceive and mislead than to set out the principles of the party A clean cut declaration of the attitude of the party on the live issues of the day is all that is needed More than this is put in to befuddle the minds of the masses The reports that come from various parts of the country are very encourag ing There seems to be a general revival of business that is most flatter ing A constant and steady head of steam seems to be on and those in a position to know are quite sanguine that in the course of a very short time normal will be at hand Holy writ Las it If a wise man contendety with a foolish man whether he rage or laugh there is no rest This is a bit of wisdom that those who seek to answer a let of the fellows who rush into print in the discussion of public questions would do well to heed And again the same book says It is an honor for a man to cease from strife but every fool will be meddling Some doctors say that whiskers breed disease germs and now comes another set and declares that the man who shaves also lays his face open to the introduction of another set of germs This is a case where one is placed between the frying pan and the fire At least the women are safe from this new danger A woman in a Western town that her husband came home late seventyeight nights in succession and had a different excuse each time That man must be a versatile cuss or else there are more secret societies in his town than there are in Lancaster Lillian Russell has a recipe for husbands that is said to be in fallible Judging from the success the fair Lillian has had in the husband catching line the recipe is a good one If she would put the recipe on sale h e no doubt would soon be making more money than a mint An exchange remarks That after a has become the main feature of a monthly magazine what further heights are there left for him to try to reach Might try to get his picture in the papers with an indorse ment of some patent medicine The politician dreads man who thinks Just so soon as the people be gin to do their own thinking or when a majority of them engage in this most interesting process the politi clan is out of a job A Chicago man wants a divorce his wife kisses him too much It is presumed this unreasonable fellow would be asking for a bill of sepration if his wife kissed some other fellow Some people are mighty hard tojalease California dispatches announce that the lemon crop is the largest in the history of the state How fortunate Being campaign year the independ ent voter will no doubt be able to use the entire crop in his business Severalyears ago a couple of fellows out in Missouri went to law over a steer valued at about 30 To date the costs amount to ten thousand dollars This all comes from being so bullheaded A Western bishop advised the politicians condo Lions complains catching man J I the f I r J I because aF spinisters of his congregatian to pray for husbands He would not have been far out of the way had he offered the same advice to a lot of the wives The man who is always on time gen erally brags so much about it that he retards the discharge of the matter on hand One great trouble with a really pret ty girl is that she so often has an idea that she looks best when she is being coaxed A woman who knows how to cook a good dinner is seldom found wanting in other respects when an emergency A bachelor knows all about what wife should and should not do That why he is a bachelor Good For Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and ellicient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a drug gists counter as a blood purifier it is unequaled 50c at McRoberts drug store 1m FJIEACUERSVILLE Miss Lula Ballard is improving- W F Parks grinding day is Saturday of each week John Rigsby has returned from State College Mr Thomas Durham and family have moved here from Casey county Frank Rigsby continues ill of in flamatoryrhauaiitisrn John Colson and family have moved to New Hope on Drakes Creek P E Parrish sold some hogs to T W Jones at 4 to 4icts Leslie Melvin visited at East Bern stadt last week Miss Jennie Rodgers was the charm ing guest of Miss Fannie Sutton last SundayMr Mrs F F Blankenship visited his parents here Jones L Anderson sold some hogs to T W Jones at 4icts Marshall Foley youngest son of Evan Foley died in Lexington Miss Annie Bartels of Station visited Miss and Mrs J T Bicgaman of Stan ford were the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Anderson Rev Pierce Bryant preached Sunday at the Baptist church His subject was Am I my Brothers Keeper Mr W H Cummins has a colony of bees which has occupied the same hive for 31 years In a recent issue of The Record mention is made that Easter can not come later than April 19th of Ask Prof Hughes if Easter did not come the 21st of April 1889 A wise acre here says it did The spirit of David Luusford return ed to the God who gave it Sunday even fug at 10 oclock after an illness of sev eral weeks of grippe and measles terminating in lung trouble and ty phoid Deceased was old and son of Mr and Mrs B F Lunsford He is by his parents three and six brothers He was a good boy and liked by all who knew him A more generous fellow never lived free hearted to excess and every inch a gentleman He was a good organist and often assisted at the Methodist church After prayer song and bene diction by Rev R B Mahoney his body was laid to rest in Preachersville cemetery A large crowd of friends and sorrowing relatives were in atten dance Unequaled as cure for Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chamber lains Cough Remedy is unequaled as a cure for croup says Harry Wilson of Waynetown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears this remedy will prevent the attack It is used successfully in many thousands of 1m arises a tt Griffin LizzieSowders- Mr any year 21years sisters a homeS by FP d survived Forsale Friable 1Oc 7 5c and up We are offering papers that sold from 7 5c and over for GIBBONSA E I tiUSNS CHAPEL Mrs Auther Dally still continues very ill Mr Dock Simpson has returned home after a weeks business trip in Jessamine Mr John Land and wife spent the day with Mrs Dock Simpson Sunday Mr Dock Simpson and family spent Saturday night with Mr Dan Simpson Mi Harmon Teaters little boy fell and broke his arm one day last week LOYD Mrs Tildon Teater is on the sick listMr and Mrs Willie Ray visited Mr John Ray Saturday Mrs Taylor Halley and children visited Mr W T West Mr L L Sanders and wife have re turned from Louisville nMrs James Simpson visited her son Simpson Friday Mr Willie Ray sold a nice bunch of shoats to Mr Lawson Mr Taylor Raney wife and children were the guests of Mr Mike Forbes SaturdayMr Brown and wife were the pleasant guests of Mr Sam Long Saturday Mrs Liza Ray and granddaughter were the guests of Mr Dan Ray of Chapel Monday Miss Ella Hicks entertained a mini ber of her friends very pleasantly Wed nesday evening UNION Mrs D G Ross is confined to her room with grippe Mr Ivior Pointers baby died Thursday and was buried a t Manse Saturday Mr Eph Hammock and wife are re joicing over the arrival of a baby girl T R Parson and family visited his parents R F Parson Saturday and SundayOwing to the continued wet the roads here are almost impassa ble and farmers are behind with their work A Lucky Quarter- Is the one you pay out for a box of Drivings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache sbiilousness constipation and malaria If they djsappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at McRobert drug store 1m BUENA VISTA Mrs Sid Poor has been quite ill Virgil Wilds is a victim of the Robt Duncan has moved from Boyle to this section John Christopher of South Elkhorn has been with relatives Mr S W Poor had the misfortune to run a nail into his knee Walden Blakeman of Berea college is at home for 8 few days Miss Jennie Skinner will leave next week for school at Richmond Will Scott and family spent Sunday with the family of J W Proctor in cerMiss Maddelle King of Campbell Hagerman college has been visiting her parents Russell Florence and wife spent last week with the latters parents in PendletonIrvine and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with the hitters parents at Bourne Mr and Mrs John Daugherty of Lexington spent Sunday with Mrs Daughertys mother who is ill Misses Mary and Margaret Askins accompanied by Mr Howard Askins have been visiting friends in Jessa Best Healer In The World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnicae Salve for several years on my old 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 Price 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m I I I I I MrJessie for I weather gripPe I I mine I I 4cts bier Office at residence Danvillest t 1 fa A A a LM iH 15 to IMain st11Ball1ie If you would like to fool some wise Coffee Critic who knows fine Coffee on taste and flavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Shoops Health Coffee and serve it piping hot It deceived Mrs Shoop and will 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 1 pounds 25c Gill Simpson Ben D IKriKJon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stores drug store Minuteno rWmHerndon I I I I M K Denny Office over Herndon jewelry i f T J t store Gy HOOD DENTIST IENTIST i Buggies Buggies IIIIFI In order to make room for my large I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Come before they are all Bargains gone SPa 25c1 S room dwelling 3room store lions ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass in good repair on the pike i mi from church right at school in a jo neighborhood Apply to Morfotd Dunn Bourne Ky 1 24 5in Cured His Hogs J A Scott Avon Ky says bon II r Cholera Remedy traced s ai hogs for me that I did nut think u possibly be saved Sold top J Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying tint ten days ot if yow ha not simie f 11 Barred Plymoth Rocks They won 1 2nd and 3rd at Garrard cuuutv Fa 11JUT 1 setting S 7 settings 1 4 settings 2 per 100 3 per 1000 Chicks lOcts each any number r ready Rook orders now fer wJfcut fwant cash with orders Satisffe iiiaranted Barred Rocks exvhisi re t no ducks no turkey Phone in residence three miles nn Danville Pike I also sell Incubifi r Brooders chick Feed and Poultr Supplies tf For Sate Wall nI 1 MineAr eggs ew year day average tfJa I Walton 11 ssfll I y- l r0 thoroughbreds get ni uu1 1 I IIII W J ROMANS Just received New Line of Watches Bracelets Lockets Etc Ifyou wnnt a any ofthe very best makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have and will save you money on them Our stock of J I e r y is complete and prices Morrow McRoberts t m I I I I I watchof II I I JIi Qf i7 nrZ 0 0 d theme ewee lo- we Vulcan Pows850 n r tl ri11 HM r Ui r srJ t I I ffi1LFdT= = Syracuse Oliver 11 r == == II 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 1 made Come in and get our prices before purchasing I J R Mount Co I I f1fi11ffif iIi liIfmJilftmi I i1 E I r I r Li Our prescription department is complete in every detail All prescription brought to us are filled by a Competent Registered Pharmacist Let us do prescription business for you It will be done with absolute accuracy I I FRISBIES DRUG STORE I 2 your 2A Bring your Prescriptions p Frisbies bo oc I I DRUGSTORE Millinery Opening Everybody is invited to our Opening Display March 28th 1908 early inspection of our Spring and Summer Patterns and Latest creations in the best styles large small and medium Mrs Alexander Walker rf frj Spring 1908 Spring 1908 Millinery Opening You are especially invited SATURDAY MARCH 28th 1908 Mrs Ada Kinnaird I I IAn ReadyToWear I I I I Q z f U1 SpU1 pp P u I I 1 b I woocooooO FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CIIIGE QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE Eer information and list of betels aeess- B C KING C P T A 111 Hata Sc texfaw Ky VIA Winter Tourist TicJets o Sale NOYCCi 1st 1907 Good Ltura May 31st 1908 8 I tD5I1OnYJlllff e MrnllOIETMDTAR lures AboutIr t PeopleII A Brief Mentioa of the and Gegs by These We Arc Interested In Mrs Walker of McCreary is with Mrs W T West Mrs Mary L Anderson has gone to Oklahoma to reside Miss Mattie Estes was visiting in Stanford last week Miss Carrie Woods of Cincinnati is visiting friends here Miss Lena Rigney has been visiting relatives in Richmond Mr and Mrs J H Bassett have return ed to their home in Louisville Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor is spending a few weeks in Martinsville Ind The Embroidery Club met the past week with Mrs C C Brown Miss Elsie Morrow has been visiting Misses Addie and Carrie Arnold Miss May Davis entertained a few friends at a birthday dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Guy Davidson have moved in the Logan property on Lex ington avenue Mr William Potts of Brodhead is spending a few weeks here at the Ballard House Misses Allie and Mary Arnold visited their sister Miss Rella Arnold at Crab Orchard Mrs West and daughter Miss Ethel have returned from a weeks stay in Louisville The many friends of Miss Margaret Tomlinson were glad she was able to be up street Saturday Mr Frazier Hurt has spending a few days with his cousin Chas C Hurt of Brodhead Mr and Mrs R H Batson have from a visit to Mr and Mrs Harry Hilton of Brodhead Mrs Morris Dudley and little daugh ter of Lexington are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Hill Mrs John Estes of Crab Orchard and Miss Mattie Estes were visiting Mrs Jane Floyd of Hubble Sunday and baby have re turned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs L T Wilson in Richmond Mrs John Christman and children have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Charles Dierkes of Rice and little daughter have returned to their home in Rich mond after a visit to her mother Mrs Carrie Davidson Apretty picture of little Miss Anna Faye King appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times She is the four yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs L C King of this city No Use To Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rusbboro Pa I would not be alive to day only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m White Plymouth Rock eggs 50cts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Leavell Ky 1m Cow Pasturage- I will furnish good pasture for a limited number of cows Pasture open May 1st Terms reasonable 1m W B Moss of good butcher cattle G A Swinebroad Lancaster 2t Highest market paid for butch er cattle G A SwinebroadLancaster Spring Announcement We call attention of the ladles to our elegant line of Spring and Sum mer Millinery This stock ted with great care and we have on display every new creation in fashion able upto date headwear for ladies We cordially invite the ladies to call and inspect our beautiful line of goods Miss Rella Arnold Crab Orchard We raIl especial attention of the ladies to our handsome line of mil linery for Spring and Summer We have taken great care in making the selection and are satisfied we can please you in both style and price Our stock is now on display and we will a call Miss Bennett of Louisville will be with us again this season Mrs Josephine BonerBryantsvllle Notice Just received a lot of Poplar Shingles for sale cheap Also coal sand brick and feed Orders filled promptly Phone 104 Austin and Hurt Obituary The infant of Mr and Mrs Iva Poin ter of near Paint Lick died on March 20 Weep not father and mother for you loved one is safe in the arms of Jesus to await your coming at the Judgement morning A Friend Duck Eggs for Sale 13 for tLOO 26 for 150 The In dearunner duck lays the year around Phone 195F Mitt Allie Anderson 313 1m Lancaster Ky CoJRi W T been Mrs W R Gott Louisville Mrs Z T WantedLot wasselec appreciate 2t I TZf I I returned PVUKS3JUHY Mr M F Iluut was a visitor last week of Dr Webb of Jessamine county Mr Fred HurdeUo is well again after a six weeks tussle with the grippe Miss Katharine Moore a very popu lar teacher of this vicinity will open a sping school next Monday at Mason School house Mr AlbertShouse of Versailes has re turned home after a visit at the home of Rey Henry Shouse Mr Victor Rice and little Miss Stella Rice spent a part of last week with Mr T I Herring and family Mr B G Fox and Bob Rout were in Lebanon last week buying mules Miss Elizabeth Marksbury died at her home March 23rd 1908 after a lingering illness of several months Miss Marksbury was born August 12 1861 joined the Baptist church when quite young and lived a consistent member of that body until her decease and is a beautiful and comforting thought to her friends that her hope safely anchored Her daily prayer was to be removed from her suffering it it be the will of the Father She had a wide circle of friends and it was her delight to remember them in many little ways and the kindly loving messages sent from a sick bed to her friends will long live in their hearts The sympathy of the entire communi ty is extended to her father W D Marksbury and brother W I Marks bury the only remaining members of the immediate family The were conducted by Rev Shouse Wednesday morning at lu oclock at the Fork church Inter ment in the Fork Cemetery Mr W D Marksbury and son William desire to express thanks to their many friends for the especial kindness during the illness of his daughter MissLizzie Marksbury ARMENIAS FIGHTING PARSON Heroic Conduct of Monsignor Coryun During Turkish Massacres Recent telegraphic news from the Caucasus has told of the redoubled activities of the I funeral- S rylces t Monsignor Coryun police and in that turbulent section of the Russian empire A from Eliza hethpol announces that the district of that city was searched andstores of hidden arms and ammu gendarmes telegram Armenian nition were discovered and the archimandrite Monsignor Cor yun was arrested with several other ecclefiasticsThis prelate is a typical fight Ing parson of the orient When Turks and Tartars attacked their peaceful Armenian neighbors the lat ter were taken unawares and a gen eral stampede followed Whole and townships were burned sacked and pillaged and the defense less Christian inhabitants were looted and massacred The pop ulation appealed to the czar for pro tection but the Russian chinovniks persisted in ordering the police and Cossacks to look on placidly and al low the carnage and destruction to go uncheckedDuring desperate struggles many a priest and archimandrite of the Armenian church proved himself a hero and patriot Amongst them says the Christian Herald was Mon signor Coryun Wearing the furry cap and cloak of a Cossack as well as the long dagger and curving sword his chest covered with rows of cartridge belts and the jeweled cross of his clerical rank suspended from the collar he was always in the of the fight Sometimes hamlets and villages were left In charge of the young Armenian women who when their homes were attacked would arm themselves with guns and under the leadership of the parish priests make a heroic defense Archimandrite Cor yun it is said has always been a stanch loyal subject of the czar and could not be implicated in any plot against his sovereign A MAN TO BE RECKONED WITH The Protestant Foreign Missionary a Powerful Factor in Worlds De velopment There are now 18591 Protestant missionaries in nonChristian lands and the Christians of Europe and America gave last year for their maintenance and that of the churches schools hospitals printing presses and other work under their care 21280147 The stations and out stations occupied aggregate 36748 The number of definitely known adult converts and adherents is already 6202631 and it is rapidly increasing An enterprise so vast In itself rep resenting such a great constituency of intelligent people in Europe and America and recognized by the of the world as a force of the first magnitude challenges the attention of all thoughtful persons The missionary who incarnates this enterprise IB therefore a man to be reckoned with in dealing with the phenomena of our age It is he of whom we Instinctively think when the subject is mentioned he who does the actual missionary work whose is the largest single item of expenditure whose wisdom or folly ig the chief human factor in the success or failure of the missionary movement and whose character and methods are the objects of the sharp eat criticism ARTHUR J BROWN Lam Whether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is noth ing so good for a lame shoulder as Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each application and a quick cure is certain by Frisbie Armenian villages tortured thickest political foreign government support missionary 1 Shoulder liii lUHULNE Luther Ray nought to sows pigs of Scott Huffman for 3000 G R Carpenter sold a cow to Alonzo Sherrow of Bryantsville for 3500 Speed Raines bought of Noah Marsee of Lancaster a work mule price 130 J S Carpenter left last week for Irvine where he will enter school Miss Edith Montgomery of Buena Vista was with home folks Saturday and Sunday- B G Vanderpool bought a sow of Joel Marsee price 1275 Mr George Lyons of Valley View visiting Mr Frank Clark and family- J P Hamm sold several barrels corn to Ike James at 3 00 Miss Minnie Sherrow of Buena Vista was the charming guest of her cousin Miss Chloe Sherrow Sunday Mr E W Blakeman and wife of Pollys Bend spent Saturday and Sun day with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm DuncanMr Morford and son Thomas were in Louisville several days last weekMr Noah Marsee and wife of Lan caster came down Sunday to attend preaching and were guests of Mr Thos Turner and family Messrs Spratt and White of Hubble were visitors at Mr J P Hamms Sun dayMrs J H Turner and little daughter Della Mae spent Sunday with Mr James Durham and family Mr John Rogers and family spent several days last week with relatives in JessamineLittle Joe Marsee of Lancas ter returned home Sunday afterspeod ing several weeks with relatives here Mr and Mrs Luther are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl born March 12th Thomas Turner of Rice Station spent a part last week with his parents Mr and Mrs Gilbert Turner BUCKEYE Mrs Doc Simpson spent Wednesday with Mrs Printus Walker Mr Cecil Broaddus who has been quite sick is able to be out again Mr Bob Long bought of B Ray a nice bunch of shoats for 4500 Little Weasly and Pearl Dickerson of Lancaster are visiting relatives here this week Mr Joe McCurley sold one cow to Harve Teater for 40 00 Mrs Clint Dean of Pink has been visiting her daughter Mrs Hiram Teater this week Mrs Lelia Walker and daughter were the guests of Mrs Wesely Walker MondayMr Simpson has been in Lexing ton on business for a few days Mr Frintus Walker sold a cow to Sam Cotton this week for 3000 Mart Reynolds bought a horse of Edgar Duncan for 7500 John Sewell sold a nice horse to Bob Long for 55 00 Clain Davis bought a horse from John Sewell for 9000 Mrs Nora Teater daughter and neices Ethel Ray and Georgie Crutch field were the guests of Mr B Ray Mr Baker of Jessamine county was the guest of his daughter Mrs Wm Whitaker Saturday We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try itwith this understanding McRoberts Drug Store Cures and Prevents W T Ballenger Lexington Ky says I have used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think it is the only remedy ever made that will cure and prevent hog cholera Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster Turkeys Dying Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky says Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only rem edy I have ever used that will cure tur diseases I gave my turkeys a few doses when they were dying and it speedily cured them Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster Ky For Sal Single comb White Legon eggs 50c per setting J G Doty Jr B P D No 2 Paint Lick 3t Dont stay away from our store this week it means money to you and you save money Money sayed is money made W H Ward Please return our wire fence stretch ers and receive rewardMount Elkio Please call and pay your account and save further expense This means you if owe us Mount Elkin Eggs Eggs Barred Plymouth eggs for sale at 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs Mrs Curt Robinson Lancaster 320lmo and is of surley want to I rot satisfaction We are headquarters for BULK GARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS of all kinds and we are making a specialty of NORTHERN SEED IRISH POTATOES this season We have on hand Early Rose Hebron Burbank Triumph Early Ohio in both 1st and 2nd crops Prices Right We will sell exclusive this season A J Paynes Seed Sweet Potatoes Every one knows that his potatoes are the best that can be bought GILL SIMPSON Phone 181 Lancaster Ky I have in stock a nice line of Good and Cheap Furnitnre Carpets Mailings Rugs ETC all of which have been bouiiht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON E L Woods PresX W C Fish Vice W 6 Semper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED u h i F rI LOOE EEeE I I DRUGGETS I I I Pre I st Medium Anything I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 DnmcTORs Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance R E McRoBERTS Prest J W EIJUORE Cashr- J C ETJBANKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie latest lapwvei Burglar Prf Vailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu 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 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 DIRECTORS II Cash req- UIrement nessexperience particularly H K Herndon Thos Owens V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook M COY RGGUYN JB WOODS wcFIsrr I H T Logan J R Haselden A B Brown Jr T J Price E L Woods BL ARNOLD J 3 BURROWS EL WOODS II II I Banks Hudson r R L Elkin R L Perkins W G Gooch Burton L K J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton Startling Prices Having decided to change my line of goods to a certain extent beginning after this date I will offer the following goods for cash hand at the following prices 3 cans tomatoes 25C 4 cans corn 25c 3 cans 3 Ib apples 250 3 packs Mothers oats 25C 3 cans beans 250 3 cans peas 250 2 cans sweet potatoes 25c 3 cans pumpkin 250 3 cans kraut 250 3 cans lye hominy 25 6 bars soap all kinds 25 peaches apricots at cost about 50 pair of Ladies fine shoes at first cost 50 pair of Mens work shoes at cost a lot of tin and graniteware at cost Also the following brands of package coffees Popular Santoy coffee noted sabo in packages and 2 Ib buckles jersey Glen and Oak all will go at i6c per pound bulk coffee ice and up Pure apple vinegar 25C per gallon a lot of overall pants and work shirts at whole sale prices will show you the bill if not convinced Owing to the advance in granulated sugar we will not be able to sell over 17 lbs for 100 Dress skirts hosiery collars jewelry suspenders etc a new lotjust come in all at cost Coal oil fireproof i gallon A big lot of Queensware and glassware at cost Standard oil lamps at 120 One 1000 lamp be given to the customer who buys the largest amount ofgoods from now until May 1st A full line of garden seed at cost Meat and lard at prices Irish potatoes 100 per bushel cabbage icper pound sorghum molasses 6oc per gallon This is no fake sale call and be convincedI to say that I am not doing this to interfere with the business of my competitors but just want to close out my present stock and put in a new line Furniture Hardware etc B E Corder On Campbell st near depot Phone 140 This March26th i9o8 I I in lIb cansAr a t wholesale 1 MAVIS CHILDREN ml ilnn onfoAss- imitilting ling the St andBowels Promotes D estionChrerru1- ncssandRestCOntains nciUE- rOptumlorphin nor BOT NARCOTIC jRJtJkSJII Remedy tion Sour eaV- ormsConvulsionsfeverjsh Tacsimile Signature of NEW YORK IJ5 DOSrSJjCETt EXACT COWOF WRAPPER 1 lIt cAJJJJA thToodandllcgu1a adS4M2zi7rI1 ness andLoss OF SLFER THE 6UUURTEEI WORM TIE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CEWAftC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED OnLY BY BaliardSnow Liniment C J P Wearren BLACKSMITHING and General Repair Work Horse Shoeing A Specialty All Work Guaranteed Have your horse shod right Also rubber pads put on If I dont stop your horse from cutting I will give your money back Carriage work promptly done All work guaranteed J P Wearren i J T LO8 MO Mcfloberts Drug Store 7 j I e CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kiud You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEWYOR CITY I PatchlessTrotter bay roan stallion 151 hands foaled 1903 vlm cu IQ I I = C Path More 11253 Sire of Xeltini Mack Salada Sister Jo Mazetie I1Matar 2Ui and Maik Ten 2 4 r 1 I Record O l 21 A udallah 1SV Sire of 13 dams of J Colon Dam of Simiuocoloii 213 etc Tennessee Wilkea 2735 Record 227 Sire of 25 including 10 in 215Mnrcoln Dam of 3 crh I j Mninbrino Patchen 58 Sire of 25 dams of KU Lady Ayers liy Abdullah Itudinons Great brood mare StrntlnnoreiuS Sire of mills of 1S1 Coral by Clark Chief 69 Great brood mare George Wilkes SI 2J2 Sire of Ntdams of 11 7 Lizzie Harden by Pea Great brood mare MeEwen 47U 21S4 Sire of ti dams of Widow Maloue by En Held 12- SGrandam of I Sol c c vine 511 Patchless is a bay roan stallion hands high 5 years old this spring be is a grand individual possesing size style action bone and finish to a de gree rarely found in a trotting stallion As sound a horse as lives with the best of eyes feet and legs and with so much natural style and action that he is bound to make a great breeder He has never been trained a day but has plenty of natural speed and is so well gaited and richly bred that he is sure to make a fast horse with a little work From his breeding on preceeding page you will see that Patchless is very richly bred in producing lines being by that good stallion Patch More 224 and his dam a full sister to the great race mare Mazette 2041 and two others while his second dam is a great brood mare being the dam of three with fast records In this young stallion is combined the blood of George Wilkes Mambrino Patchen and Strathmore three of the greatest progenitors of speed known to the trotting turf You can make no mistake in breeding to Patchless for should you fail to get a trotter his produce are sure to have so much natural style and action that you will find a ready sale on any market Patchless will make the season of 1908 at my stable on the Buckeye and Lancaster Pike at only S1200 to insure a living colt A lien retained on colt to secure the service fee Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible if any should occur FOREST STAPF Telephone 191U Lancaster Exchange BUCKEYE ICY 15 11258record THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENXV President- J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Ca R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cocbran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L Gill Sam I t Left Without Sting French proverb A generous confes Lion disarms slander w1IIrI3 S- Cream SafetjDejosit Boxes for Rent We Solicit Your Business 1 Agreeable Conversation There is no conversation so as that of the man of integrity who hears without any intention to betray and speaks without any Inten tion to deceive Nicol CATARRH IS CURABLE Successful Experiments in Abating and Curing This Disease Catarrh is an entirely unnecessary dis ease not be tolerated for a single day now that is so gener ally known mid has made so cuns Until recent times ca tarrh was thought to be a blood disease and stomach dosing the only treatment Modern science finally disproved this idea of the cause of and found that it was a germ disease and after ex periments the remedy was decided lo be HyomeiHyomci medicates the air breathe it kills the catarrhal germs it heals the smarting and raw membranes of tie in the nose and throat it cures all catarrhal troubles As there is life and health in the air in the where the pine forest give off their fragrant and healing so there is life and health in breathing There is no need of suffering from catarrh if the simple and natural treatment of So sure is this prescription to cure even the worst cases of it is sold under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not do all that is it Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts 3 agreeable andshould Homci ou S Hvomci i iuuanv 1 City Ordinance An ordinance levjiiij uiui proviti lug fur the collection for the year 1108 of an Ad Valorum tax on all property subject to taxation by the City of Lan caster Ky and of a Poll tax on each male said city over 21 years of and apportioning all other estimated revenues Tile City Uuuual of the City of Lan caster KenluuUy do ordain as follows 1 Thztt there be and there is hereby levied for the year 1SJ08 upon each 100 of all the assessed and assessable prop ertyreal personal and mixed LangiDSe and intangible of every kind and dis cription liable for taxation by the City of LancasterKyan ad valorum tax of seventylive cents for the several purposes and apportioned and dis tributed us follows 1 SINKING FUND 22 cents upon each 10000 of proper ty liable for taxation for the purpose of providing for the Sinking Fund the revenue arising from which is apportioned as to items of expend ture as follows13 cents upon each of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing the sum of 1200 00 to meet and pay the inter est of the bonded indebtedness of the City which becomes due August 1st 1008 and 9 cents upon each 10000 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing the sum of for the ultimate redemption of the bonded indebtedness of the city and all revenue over and beyond the sum of 2000 00 raised by the said levy of 22 cents upon each 10000 of property liable for taxation shall go to the General Revenue Fund and the same is hereby apportioned to the General Claims Department thereunder 2 WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND of providing for the deficit in the water works revenue fund from the excess of the expenditures for the water works system above the revenues arising therefrom and all revenues arising from this levy to the extent of 104000 shall go to the Water Works Revenue Fund and be used in defraying the current expenses of the water works system but all revenues over and beyond 1040 00 arising from this source shall pass to the General Revenue Fund and are apportioned to the account of General Claims against the city not otherwise provided for 3 GENERAL REVENUE FUND 41 cents upon each of proper ty liable for taxation for the purpose of providing a General Revenue Fund for the payment of the various and sundry items of expense under the following classitications For Public Lights 11 cents on the 10000 salaries 15 cents on the 10000 For streets 10 cents on the 100 00 General Claims 5 cents on the 810000 2 That there be and there is hereby levied for the year 190S upon every male inhabitant of the City of Lanca terKy over 21 years of age a Poll Tax of 1 50 for the purpose of repairing due of same shall go to the General Revenue Fund All revenues derived from fines and foreitures are hereby apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and shall be used in meeting the expenses against the Police Department officers costs and commissions 4 All revenues derived from the Water Works system are hereby ap portioned to the Revenue Fund and shall be used in paying the expenses of repairing and mantaining the water works system 5 All other revenues of the city to witlicenses rents back taxes and revenues from all other sources are hereby apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and shall be used in paying the general claims against the city not otherwise provided for 6 This ordinanae shall take effect from and after its passage and pupli cation as required by law AttestW B Mason Clerk H T Logan Mayor Remember that when the Stomach nerves failor weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and Kid ney nerves can also be strengthened with the Restorative where Heart pains palpitatoin or weakness is found Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the or Kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of these ail ments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple test will sure ly tell R E McRoberts I inhabitant of age 10000 SOO 00 property 10000 IFo J I public3 WaterWorks including Eczema Sufferers The cue of Herbert Moore Is butone of hundreds yes thousands REMEMBER WE OURSELVES CAREFULLY IN VESTIGATED THIS REMEDY BEFORE ACCEPTING THE AGENCY IN OUR HOME TOWN Knowing that D D O will cure any kind of skis trouble Eczema Barbers Itch Psoriasis or other skin diseases we have decided to It In pref erence eves to our owa prescriptions whethera RingWorm R1 E1McRobertc f K A Hexveis of sSiai a C Cough Remedy As long ago is 1 can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never life have I realized its true value tints now writes Prof H A Hovcil of IJovvelSs American School Havana Celia Ors the night of February 3rd our baby was taken sick with severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his condition was desperate lIe could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was diKicult 1 did not think he would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave arid 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 clear little boy For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Golden Rule the Best The Golden Rule is worth all the etiquette books in the world for the epigram that manners are minor morals is very much more than a witticism A man who treats others as he would like to have them treat him may not be entirely polished but that superficial finish will come from rubbing against other people There would be no bores in the world if everyone cared to avoid causing and annoyance to others No Use In Trying to Please All Tea cant do nnfiin with genie folks said Uncle Eben If you does you level best to mak em have a good time dey simply turns up deir noses an thinks you is tryiu to show off NOTICE Notice is hereby given that applica tion for parole of James Rose sent penitentrary from CJarrard county will be made to the Board of Prison Commissioners 3t 10000 paid byDr Shoop for any re cent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will not break How is this for an otter The Doctors supreme confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure ventics is certainly complete Its a against 25 big odds And Preventics remember contain no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would nevei appear if early colds were always brok en Safe and sure for feverish 48 Preventics 25c JTcRoberts 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 ore the rush Satisfaction guaranteed Milton Sneed tf CHESTER JEWEL Jr Ch Ti JijCt in my I Chamberlains U TabletsPre 100 centspretty children R E FLccmrincs discomfort 4 Combined Stallion Chester Jewel Jr rich bay horse 1C hands high years old good speed arid action He will make the season of IOS at the old Klijhn Worrell farm 7 miles from Lancaster on Fall Lick pike at Soo To Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare Carted with A lieu retained on colt for the reason G CORMNEYLancaster Ky B 1 honey Doctored for Five Years Here is a boy whom D D D Prescription cured quickly of Eczema andat a total cost of 3 oo after all other remedies and many doctors failed Read this letter from a grateful parent I ZASESYTLLE Jan 8th W Till IJDD Company Chicago III Gentlemen I can truthfully say that DDD l certainly a wonderful preparation Eczema Our troubled with I Eczema foryean and we with different doctors for five years having pre at the drug advertised remedies at last we were per euaded to buy a bottle D 1 D at the Adams Phar macy and It 1 am very to say that after using three bottles of D D D at f100 a bottle our boy Is sound and well and has no sign of Eczema left People say that this quick cnreafterfiveyears of untold suffering seems little short of marvelous Yours truly C B MOORE Agent Wells Forgo Co and 1acillc Express I I I I J tlll Itor mid also usIng runny I various I 4 was doctored when We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the best physi cians have overcome their former prejudice v and now advise their patients to simply get DDD from the drug x store at a bottle I 100 You will agree with us that credit is due these physicians for thus sac rificing the larger fees they could make by writing out their own prescriptions Will this convince you Or will this at least influence you enough so that will investi gate further Investigation all we ask will prove to you that this pleasant external D D Prescription is based on the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by killing and dislodging the Eczema germ is Investigation liquidD But we realize how many times the poor skin sufferer has paid good money for so called blood remedies for smeary salves useless ointments and harmful We do not want you to spend a cent until you are convinced hence the soaps offer of a LARGE SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE prepaid a sufficient to SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE take away the Itch and give indications of an early cure Dont spend a cent atour store until you have fried the free sample and have found that you toe relieved and will be cured like all the others who doubted at first Cat this ad oat mall it to the D D Co Suite a2120 Michigan Street Chicago and UM free ft WO will be sent at are r D aucs For Iriiauts and Gliildrea The Knd You Have Alwsjs BougM d to ti tVif cl I y cLM M Bears the Signature of When Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs al ways fail Dent drug the Stonnch nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a pre scription known to druggists as Dr Shoops Restorative Tile Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Snoops Hestorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple R E McRoberts Itch in the Skin Not in the Biood People with Eczema etc Make Griev ous Error by Taking Medicine into the Stomach When your hand is scalded with hot water until it blisters and burns you dont drink medicine to cure it You healing lotion to the injuredskin Eczema psoriasis salt rheum itch and other such diseases of the skin cannot be cured by Tiling the stomach within medicine any more than you can cure a burn by drinking medicine To cure these diseases you must apply the remedy on the part affected The diseases named are caus ed by germs in the skin Kill the germs and the disease goes away and the skin is left pure and white as intended it to be That mild simple liquid oil of properly compounded in D D D Prescription routs the germs and heals the skin so perfectly that you can never tell where the disease was Xo tongue can tell nor pen portray what I suffered for ten years from Ecze ma writes Mrs 11 R Latta of Garri SOil Mo 1 was treated by the tom in the west but received no bene tit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound and well Six or eight months have passed and there is no sign of a return My advice to all is dont delay Begin the use of D D D at once and be curedWe have carried D D D for a long time because we know it takes away the itch and we believe it to be an in fallible remedy in the treatment of Eczema and other skin disease- R E McRoberts Lancaster KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS I he everywhere est It barbers nature best doc apply wintergreen WITH FOR c o f4v Dr NewI Discovery OUCHS OLDS PRICE 50c Trial Bottle Free 100 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACXOE OR MONEY REFUNDED ur Ait i is iriiiiji iirt that Dr Slump tells naikihrrst ki siiliing else own fur My j n y hi bies Tlie whfifesuiue green eaw tender stems cf mug he lic HH UB laiiinus shrub give the corative proper ties to Dr Simops Cough Cure It calms the cutigh and henls tlws livc bronchia membranes no chloroform uolhiut harsh used to injure or suppress I cr5ind Dr SI Take no otl r Ii E McR erLs OUR NATIONAL DANGER j Time to Cry a Halt Before a Panic Comes The busincs spirit is cntslurur out th sweeter element of home life We are in danger of a great ccumncrei Jeellnc men as a whole think only of get tin wealth There are thousands both men and women who do not take time to cat They rush through life and as a we an age of indigestion nervousness irritability sleepless i and morose disposition With tim discovery of Miona tablets there is no longer any excuse f r to have ill health from stomach weakness Miona strengthens the walk of the stomach stimulates secretion of the Juices regulates the liver and restores muscular contraction to the intestines and bowels so no laxative is needed Sick headaches palpitation bad taste in the mouth skin coated tongue and melancholy are a few of the many of indiges tion Miona never fails to dispel all these troubles Miona is sold in 50ceat boxes with i guarantee to refund the if the not give complete satisfac tion Sold and guaranteed by For sale by R E McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental I I I J it tt less tIN a I sep iNo opium I I I 1 I o I irrittbiiit TREES I I M N C h 1 because properly nights digestive Srerythfng for Orchard Garden Our Straw terry Plants are 3bnej makers Try Them Tarn for free tatalognvs We have no asttit II F 31ILLEX3IKrEK SONS LEXINGTON I have found a tried and tested euro for lUmen inatijEi Not a nmetly that will straishten the distorted limbs of chronic ertpples nor turn bony rOth back to flesh nsrain That i impossiMA But I can now sarely tail the rains and pangs of this deplorable disease In Germany ith a Chemist in the City of Darmstadt I found lust with which Dr Shcops Rheunatic Remedy was a perfected dependable prescription WithoaS that last ingredient I stsccessfully treated many many cases of Khenmatiiia but now at last it cures all curable cases of Ite hervtofora much dreaded disease Those granular wastes found in seemtodissolva and pass away under the action of this remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pure Tater And then when dissolved these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system nail the cause of Rheumatism is gene fortver There is now no real need no actual excuse to suffer longer with out help We sell and in consciences isconmaul Dr Rheumatic Remedy- R McROBERTS Ky Rheumatism th ingredient mad uni- formlY san l1ike Rheumatic Blood I I I E Write I g t immediate relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment m a drUi sat Eggs For Sate s ft fT 15 S f While anti Kwivr Liith riKs4te f r KiiHmr r th rr els that lit S A Ulii FOLEYS HONEY and TAR CURES CoughsandOoids P51EVEHTS Pneumonia and Consumption i Foleys Honey and Tar not stops the cough but hears and strength 1 ens the lungs and prevents serious r I suits from a cold Consumption or other serious lungf trouble if Folcys Honey and Tat is taken as it will born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night J If you have a cough or cold do net risk Pneumonia when Fcleys Honey and Tar wilt cure you quickly and trengthen your mugs j Remember th name Feeyr Honey and substitute offered Do nottake chances with some unknowa preparation that costs you the same when you can get Fcfeys Koncy anti Tar that costs yoa no more aad and ceriala to results Contains so opiates Cured After Physicians SaW HT Had Consumption H E H Jones Pastor If E Church Grove lid writes About seven or eightyears ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia anti which they afterward pronounced consumption Through friend I was induced to try a sample of Honey and Tar which gave ma so much relief that I bought some of the regular sire Two or three facttlea cured me of what the physicians called Three sizes 25c SQc The 50 cent size contains two nail onehalf times as much as the small sizo and the 100 bottle almost six P as much SOLD ISO BECOamSMDED ItC C J E Stormes brt tIT t 11 th 1- 4uHl u rt lat tor I mtuilfl Wii aPirdtei I te JOUr tttta Jirs DiUe I l R I lay The utst tlJ iJj d ttitt yiemit l f I11ttUleKy 4- t I r only f There is no danger of mare most stub Tarand refuse ay safe I i I Foleys l anyII 100 tim I sst iutir u O abz 4La tz t JsSmr9i Cte hicne SCLI an fle the 1 iAs Pneumonia the i I I King David will make the season of 1908 at ourarm 2 miles West of Lowell and one mile north ofRichmond and Lancaster pike at 1OOO to Insure a Living Colt King David the sire of King David Margue he was an imported from England by Singing Mas ter Keyotie Iowa Margue stands 17 hands high weight 2175 and cost 3000 King David first dam Bell Davis 1293 she is a full blood shire his sire was Roger 10286 was bred by John Davis of stock grange Chester England sired by Garnet 4037 B B McRoberts bought Roger when he was three years old for 1950 He has more studs in Indiana than any other horse in the state He tcofc tIme gold medal at the state fair as the best horse owned in the state King David has three imported in him any occur pimneiwG HENDERSON BROS Lowell I KING DAVID crosses coltA 1 I I c