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THE CENTRALXIXETEEXTII LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 3 W08 RECORD yfG NU l New Stylish and Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods are arriving daily Our stock will be plete with everything that is necessary to dress you correctly for Spring Our prices are always consistent with high class merchandise LOGAN e tI IlJc jUJIPto date M e it a com- E E Co oJ gI HjITg g I f F3 g 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 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 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 too loose or 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 I e topneither works are Gossip People N NS A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Miss Rella Arnold has returned to Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs M K Denny were visi tors of relatives in Hyattsville Rev I Adams of Lexington has been visiting Miss Bessie Fierce Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford has been visiting relatives here Mrs John Johnston of Livingston has been with Lancaster relatives Mrs George Farris is in Jellico visit ing her daughter Mrs Elbert Smith Miss Fannie Wilson of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs W R Gott Mr W K Shugars wife and son W K of Stanford were visitors here Sun day Mrs Jesse Wearren of Stanford attended the millinery openings Satur dayMiss Carrie Woods of Cincinnati has been the guest of Mrs Mary Fris bie Mr W A Arnold and daughter Miss Mary were recent visitors in Nicholas ville Mesdames J A Amon and W R Bastin were in Danville Tuesday shoppingMr Herndon and wife Mr Saufley Hughes and wife were visitors here Sunday Mrs M D Hughes has returned from a visit to her son Saufley Hughes in the country Miss Tommie Francis has been visit ing her sister Mrs Arch Kavanaugh in the country Miss Joan Mount visited friends in Stanford the past week and at tended the dance Mr Charles Collier of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James Collier Stanford May me Ballard of Bryantsville is the guest of Miss Marie Mahony Mrs Ann Robinson has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Wallace of Paint Lick The many friends of Mr D M Lackey are glad to hear is improving from his recent illness Judge Bell and charming wife have returned to Harrodsburg after three weeks stay here Mr Cooper Dunn of Chatanooga Tenn was a recent visitor of his sister Mrs W B Mason Mrs Gott and little daughter Leona have returned from a visit to her parents in Richmond Mrs Jonas Rucker of Richmond has been visiting tier sisters Misses Lillle and Maggie Shugars of Nicholasville is with her mother Mrs Alex West who is very sick with pneumonia Mrs J C Hemphill and son J C have returned from a visit to Clinton Mo Coffeysville Kansas and Louisville Messrs Horace Walker and Bascom Ford who are attending school in Lex ington were at home Saturday and SundayMrs Estes of Stanford was visiting her aunt Mrs Mattie Estes Saturday and attended the millinery opening Mr and Mrs J E Stormes are ex pected this week from Clear Water Fla and Cuba where they have been spending the winter Rev and Mrs F M Tinder have from Cynthiana where they went to attend the funeral of Mr J N Crenshaw father of Mrs Tinder Misses Bessie Gulley and Helen Miles left Monday for the Normal School in Danville Ind where they will remain through the summer sea sonLouisville Times Mrs J C Hemp hill and son J C are In the city at The Seelbach They have been visit ing Mrs Hemphills daughter in Missouri and are on tneir way home LancasterThe of Mr W P Hedrick Friday and they now have rooms at Mrs Ike Hamiltons Mr Hedrick who is engaged in the jewelry business with has made many friends since coming to Lancaster and the Record joins In extending a most cordial welcome The literary club met last Friday in the library of the High School Quite a number were present and the program Mrs J A Royston was the leader and had arranged all details for the very enteresting meet ing Miss Alberta Anderson is the next leader her subject is The Hague Peace Conference Plenty of Trouble- is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels to get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings Jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25c tMcRoberts drug store Om About l1li E JournalMiss thathe W C W R Mrs C S Denman returned arrived Mr F P Frisble I I I enjoyed LOYD Miss Pattie Ray is still improving slowlyMr Lee bought a nice bunch of shoats from Forest Calico for 3icts Mr L L Sanders and wife were the guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders Sunday Mrs James Sanders and Mrs Eliza Ray spent Tuesday with Mrs Frank RayMiss Peachie Mae Sanders spent last week with her brother Mr L L SandersMisses Lida and Nell Ray were the pleasant guests of Miss Ella Hicks Saturday night BUCKEYE Little Mary Edith Walker is very sickUncle Charley Ray is reported no betterWalker Locker bought one horse this week for 60 Geo Ray sold one horse in Lancaster Monday for 8110 00 Mr Bob Long bought one horse from Tom Rogers for 120 John Sewell sold one horse in Monday for 100 Linsie Ray bought a bunch of shoats from Linda Burton for 12 50 Tom Rogers sold one horse to Lewis Noel of Teatersville for 135 Mrs Richard Burton is in Madison visiting her sister Mrs Dosher Mrs A Bogie and Ruth Ray spent Saturday with Mrs Reather Ray Quite a number from this place court in Lancaster Monday Mrs H Ray and Nora Teater was the guest of Mrs Forst Curtis Thursday Miss Helen Miles of this place has left to attend college at Danville Ind Mr Kennedy of Richmond was the guest ot Mr H Ray and family Satur nightMr and Mrs Printus Walker and daughter spent Saturday with Mrs A BogieMiss Gertrude McCreary of Jessa mine was the guest of Mrs George Ray WednesdayMrs and Lmnie Preston of Stone was the guest of Mrs Mary Dickerson Thursday- Mr and Mrs A C Miles were in Har rodsburg Saturday visiting their daughter Miss Agnes Miles Miss Georgia Crutchtield has home after several week visit with Ethel Ray and Stella Teater STONE A T Sanders bought of Mr George Ray one horse for 110 Mrs Mary B Preston sold her buggy horse court day for 3000 The little son of Mr and Mrs J W Sanders of Judson is very sick at this writingMiss Mae Sanders of Stone spent last week with her brother L L Sanders of Loyd Mr John Prewitt and family visited Mr and Mrs Ruther Raney Saturday night and Sunday Little Miss LaVern Hicks returned home last with her aunt Mrs Emma Posey of McCreary- Mr C M Moberley and wife visited their daughter Mrs Frank Folger of Lowell the first of last week Mrs Sinice Simpson who has been confined to her bed for some time is re ported no better at this writing Miss Gertrude McQuerry of Jessa mine visited her sister Mrs George Ray of Buckeye part of last week Mrs Mary B Preston and daughter Linnie and Mrs U G Preston spent last Wednesday with Mrs Mary B Sanders Mr and Mrs Waiter Fayne and family of Stone visited the latters sister Mrs Charlie Hamm of McCreary the past weekMiss Georgie Crutchfield has home after spending several weeks with her aunt Mrs Hiram Ray of BuckeyeC and Misses Beatric and Alice Snyder were in Louis ville several days last week buying Spring and Summer goods Mr John Prewitt had the misfor tune to get his house burned down last Thursday about two oclock but saved most of his things by the help of neighborsMrs and Mrs Nora Teater of Buckeye Mrs Florence Ballard of Bryantsville and Mrs spent Thursday with Mrs Maud Curtis of Locust Grove Dont forget preaching at Scotts Fork next Sunday morning at 11 o clock and Sunday night at will also organize Sunday school let every one come out and take a part in our Sun day school that It may be a success A Twenty year Sentence I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes 0 S Woolever of LeRays yllle Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25c at store 1m Congressional Announcement We are authorized to announce Hon Helm of Lincoln county a candidate for re election Congress sabject to the acttea of Uw Democratic party I r U U fi U fi U J fi fi fi U fi U fi U fi returned returned Sanders Eva Murphry 7 II N Y McRobertsdrug Harvey Lancaster attended TWO CAR feOADS SPRING BEAUTIES 1 BraJ rm rl I Let us show you our line of Buggies Surries Road Wagons and Harness HASELDEN BROS I lh tons E II D m II JA3edz1e I Arterial all Cavity Office on Danville Street IfEmbalm UNDBRTAKBR I FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK Our display of Spring and Summer Apparel for Ladies was never more complete We call especial attention to our lines of Silks Lawns Serge Mo hair Panama Ginghams Dimity and Batiste Chinese and Japanese Mattings Brussel and Axminster Rugs Elegant display of latest style Slip pers and Hosiery Beautiful line of Lace Curtains We undoubtedly have the prettiest stock of Spring Apparel for Ladies ever brought to this section and want you to see the goods THE Joseph Mercantile INCORPORATED Ir aRaRlRJLi LIRaR I I II I II II II II I I II I I I I I I I Coil l 1JI I p I 1 M M You will be wanting to put on some New Wall Paper this Spring and this is a chance to get some rare bargains in our OIF FINE WAEI We are offeriii 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 laidintinecamer Mntl 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 1 u 7 5 P t 1 Z 7 f rd 5 7 Jf f E J s r G tG J 5 O c t 3 S Rlo N L I MJ TmEv6rything Goes In T S Pi lE I i SPECIAL SALE FAFERS e t ii Perer 1 r n 15 20 25c Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing at l Main t Danville 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 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 wili be reasonable Your eyesight is priceless Our Motto Promptness Accuracy and Reliability Hedrick FrLsfoie Jewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store 1JtwU U tl tllI tlu I I I I I I delivery I I IBANKS I v nrnrlJf2 r kJ trueruulIr II 091 I I I I I I I I l J 1 aeeeeeooeeeeeeaoeooeoeo oseoee aveeeeeeeeveeeoo ovovaovooaoooeeoooovowvvoo J J WALKEU Presidentp J S JOHNSON Vise Prest Ii ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5ttt SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONKT Asst Cashr C D WALKKK 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 from J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency r tornado reen colicY t FREE By special arrangements with Bastlo Telephone Co tlany one can call me Office Phone No 31 No7 I r Residence 5c 25 to 50c 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 Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association eond Class Lancaster Ky April 3 1908 In discussing the value and influence of newspapers and the duty they owe the public Bryan was prompted to remark This is the greatest country in the world for newspapers I believe with Jefferson that a news paper is essential in molding public opinion Of our newspapers I regard the smaller ones as the larger ones The big newspaper is a business enter prise and so valuable a business pro position that only those can own it who are well off and as a rule the man who has the business ability to control money large enough hasnt the training of an editor and has to hire people to write editorials for him The editor who has kept himself alert with what is going on is so busy that he doesnt accumulate money Great city newspapers are owned by some and edited by others The man who is not peimitted to put his conscience in every line that Is written is not the ideal editor I believe that the ideal editor is the editor who owns his own paper and says what he himself be lieves There are a good many persons who hold that there is no necessity for the government to keep an immense sum hoarded in the strong box of the nation These advocates of modifica tion of the monetary system of the country contend and not without a good show of reason that it were far better to have the money in circulation doing the work that belongs to the currency than to be tied up Money being a vehicle of exchange it is of no service except when In use A valu able wagon is of no practical worth when standing idle in the shed On ly when in actual service is it worth anything Texas is attracting an unusual amount of emmigration People from nearly every state are flocking to that great commonwealth an empire in itself Kentucky is furnishing many families to the crowds that in the course of a score of years will make Texas the leading State in point of population and eventually in wealth It is a question if there will not be by and by a sentiment spring up to diyide the State It is almost too huge to be convenient for State purposes The individual seeking an oppor tunity to do a philanthropic act as a rule need not go far from home to find the chance to do the deed This thing of bewailing the fate of the heathen is a lot of nonsense when one need not go beyond the confines of his own community to find ample room to exercise his benevolent spirit Spring fever is an insidious disease it creeps up on its victim in a manner not to be withstood It makes a lot of loafers and nothing short of the most heroic treatment will eradicate it from the system Physical exercise of a violent nature is about the only remedy that can cure the malady There is just a little too much of the insanity racket worked when some brute in human disguise kills a fellow being No doubt if the fellow who commits murder were assured that he would spend the remainder of his life in close confinement he would not have fits of insanity The Democrats and Republicans are met on common ground when it comes to desire to hold office Both parties agree that the fie counter is a place of contentment and happiness to those who get it whack at the loaves and other official food set out A Chicago woman is suing for a W J divorce on the grounds that her bus band has been drunk 3000 times in ten years She must have kept ac count of the times he was bookkeeping Wonder why he did not make it unanimous A Chicago man is said to have pro posed 3G5 times to the same girl be fore he was accepted If he had pro posed to that many different girls there would be something to talk about A soft answer may tmn away wrath The trouble with most persons grows out of the fact that they forget to turn on the soft pedal at the right moment If the letter that never came was anonymous it was all right One Touch of Nature Makes the Whore World Kin When a rooster finds a big fat worm he calls all the hens in the farm yard to come and share it A similar trait of human nature is to be observed when a man discovers something ex ceptionallY good he wants all his friends and neighbors to share tle benefits of his discovery This is the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin This explains why people who have been cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy write letters to the manufacturers for publication that others similary ailing may also use it and obtain relief Behind of these letters is a warm hearted wish of the writer to be of use to some one else This remedy is for sale by F P Frisbie 1m BUENA VISTA Mrs James Campbell and children have been visting relatives in Mercer Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason of Salvisa were callers in our village last Tues day Miss Mary Skinner has been engaged to teach the Public school at Bughts BendDogs entered J W Scotts Hock of sheep and killed fifteen lambs and one sheepWillie IIurdson who has been living In the west has returned with his familyMiss Margaret Robinson has return ed from an extended visit to relatives inLexingtonMrs of Wilmore has been spending a few days with her mother Mrs Elizabeth Lane Mr Bruce Swope has rented from Sid Poor and moved his family here from Wilmore Luther Evans who attends school at Danville spent Saturday and Sun day with his parents A J Christopher and brother of Somerset spent Sunday with their mother who continues ill Mr and Mrs Hirman Barnett are re joicing over the arrival of a little daughter christend Alice Mr Will Baker and wife of Ver sailles have been of Mrs Bakers parents Mr and Mrs J B Rob insonMr J W Askins vouches for the fol lowing incident Several days ago somthing came to his hen roost killed and pactially devoured a hen Suppos ing the thief to be around the next night he set four steel traps securely fastening three of them That night the maraudes returned and carried away with him one of the steel traps Just eight days the time the trap was taken an owl returned to the house with the missing trap hanging to its foot He was accommodating to return the trap but for this kind ness he forfeited his life Chamberlains Has the Preference Mr Fred C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recommened Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medicines on the market I handle some others for the same pur poses that pay me a larger profit but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my customer so certain to my recommending it to him that I give it for the preference For saleby F P Frisbie 1m soberless everyone I I property the front appreciate guests lOc and up We are offering papers that sold from and over for 75c 75c A E GIBBONSHe Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C of Mill Creek Ind Ter I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I need I had one foot In the grave bur Electric Bitters put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c 1m PAINT LICK Born to the wife of J M Metcalf a tine boy Mrs R IS Beazley who has been sick for quite a while is improving very fastDr L Carman has returned from a pleasant visit to his parents who live in Ohio Stella Mayme and Lula Me Whorter of Manse have been in Dan vine doing their spring shopping Miss Louise Terry has returned from a visit to Lexington and on her re turn home she was accompanied by Rev W C McUullum Mrs A B Ely and Mrs G A Ballard had their millinery opening Saturday and there was a large crowd called to see their beautiful spring goods Paint Lick is going to have water works in a short time The plant will be put in at the corner of the pike bridge so the town is on a boom Mr Ide Austin and family have moved to Richmond Mrs Austin will be greatly missed by the people here for she was a great church Mrs Lena Dunn and sister Miss Totten who have been visiting their brother Mr L T Totten and family of Stanford have returned homeMiss Margaret Noland from near Richmond was the beautiful and at tractive guest of her sister Miss Mariam Noland who is teaching U e spring school here There was a very dangerous accident happened to Curry Rice the sou of Mr G Rice Friday afternoon a gas tank bursted and Curry being near it got his limb broken Dr Carman and Dr Kinnaird set it and he is improv ing slowly Death Was On H is Heels Jesse P Morris of Skipper Va had a close call in the spring of 1906 He says An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a feerful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and lung disease in all the world Sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c and Trial bottle free 1m Gardening Is the order of the day Mr Rout the Stanford Grocery drummer called here last week Miss Willie Carmney has been by W II Furr as a clerk in his general store Miss Myrtle Comney has accepted a position in Mrs Grosss millinery store at Crab Orchard Mrs Bettie Perrin mother of Mr John Merryman is very ill of pneu monia and not expected to recover Mrs W H Furr has pure bred white Holland turkey eggs for sale Also eggs from a pen of nice gray turkeys Sunday School will be organized at Goodhope Sunday Everybody in the community old as well as young should come Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Thos Stenton postmaster of Pontypool Ont writes For the past eight years I suffered from rheumatic pains and during that time I used many different liniments and remidies for the cure of rhenma tism Last summer I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm ana got more relief from it than any thing I have ever used and cheerfully recommend this liniment to all from rheumatic pains For sale by F P Frisbie 1m I I Fathing- I I edstrength I W Misses I worker Jennie W I 100 I I I immediately N FLAT WOOD employed sufferers I5to25g Main Danvillu 1- 1st If you would like to fool some wise Coffee Critic who knows tine Coffee on taste and flavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Sloops Health Coffee and serve it piping hot It deceived and will I believe deceive any one And there is not a grain of real toffee in it Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made in a Minute no 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling H pounds 2uc Gill Simpson mHerndon Ben D lUrndou HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Lancaster Kentuckj Office over Stormes drug store Shoop rW I ILan I M K Denny I Mrs DENTIST Office over Ilerndon jewelry store l T J HOOD s DENTIST I II01llce at residence Dan iIle st For Sale room dwelling 3rnom hour ill buildings never failing watt stock scales 20 acres grass hr all in good repair on the pike i from church right at school in a g neighborhood Apply to Morfoid Dunn Bourne ICj Cured His Hogs J A Scott Avon KJV bon H Cholera Remedy cucwl vimi hogs for me that I did not tliiinfc possibly be saved Soldi fcyr Jl It Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are TO eggs New year day average first ten days of It you has not thoroughbreds get of Barred Plymotli Roses Thtv won 1 2nd and 3rd at Garrard county j 1 setting 3 2settings 1 2 settings 2 ri- perlOO 3 per 1000 2f Clicks IOcts each any number ni j ready Book orders now Car what j i want cash with orders guarantee Barred Rucfcs exclusively no ducks no Phone in residence three mrev rim i M Danville Pike I also sell Incubtifinrs Brooders chick Feed and Poultry I Supplies tf store nut I t Gill says t Btlu I Mid fit some Ill Fa ItO 7- 0 o Sutiisfacbl turkeys- Rj I grid T r 1S alton MSss Buggies BuggiesIfs Itl In order to make room for my large Spring stock of Buggies I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Bar gains Come before are all gone they JjfJflffffi 3f received New Line of I Wat6h8S I S s s Ifyou wnnt a watch of ofthe very best iI makes Elgin Waltham Etc we have them and will save you money on them S Our stock of S I mISMorrow M6Rob811i Jr ROMANS I OQ Qt 40QJust r Braiolets- Q LokotsQEt6 any reve e complete and prices lover t and Harness at attractive prices Just received a car load of American Fence Cheapest and best Wire Fence tliatis made Vulcan Plows 850 GeouineVuI can points J R Mount Co n k 1 I uggies buggies efti zt1Li IBUCCIES ml New Buggies I e I FbJ tiJ i 1 r1J ril JI rr1J r rr1J ffiiTll r Jijj 7 If Tjcjk i ii-J 0- r 3 r c f rsi f rf i Bring your Prescriptions to FRISBIES DRUG STORE Our prescription department is complete in every detail All prescription brought to us are filled by a Competent Registered Pharmacist Let us do your prescription business for you It will be done with absolute n OOOC CC COC OOCc oocooc I I I I o I 2 I IA accuracy 9 lfebC9II I OOOC C I Come see our I ucuuupy Merry Widow i11 Gold Medal Shapes I Jaunty Turbans Everything the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker Spring 1908 Spring 1908 We call especial attention to our exquisite line of flillinery which is now complet every respect We have every new creation for Spring and Summer Mrs Ada Kinnaird vied I piJ sQ1r IS I In f 1Jppppppo fQ r i Ek1ZJYTVT J4Jv Tl 1 o z II FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CHANGE via OB Sale November 1st 1907 for information ani list of hotels address i i r Ky QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter ToUrist Tickets Good Returaills May 31st 1908 B C KING C P 8 T A tJ11Iaia It I W I WNLTAllD iM rwr hs r w Xe N Me+ + IIDRUGSTORE Gibson Sailors fOLTSliOIEYMwTARi VeaiJ r pru ussuy we will hve more c ild weather yet Better em fur a while Remember that the public is invited to attend the convention of the C W B M and Sunday Schools to be held at Christian church April 21st and 22nd The children taking part in the Easter Cantata will please meet in the Sunday School room of the Christian church Friday afternoon immediately after school closes The colored Knights of Pythias turn ed out for their annual sermon Sunday and presented a very credible appear ance The Uniform rank is supplied with complete uniforms The girls were out in force to see the display of millinery Saturday The day being an exceedingly windy one the display of hosiery was also enjoy able but not to the fair women Ever notice the fellow who buys a new rake or hoe and carries it on his shoulder around the Public Square during busiest time in the day Dollars to doughnuts that mans wife works the garden Only Twelve Indictments The grand jury returned only twelve iudictments and these were for minor offenses This speaks mighty well for our county and goes to prove what this paper has always Garrard is the best county on the map Locates In Lancaster Dr M B White veterinary surgeon formerly of Harrodsburg has located in Lancaster and will have his head quarters at Arnolds livery stable He has rented a dwelling and will bring his family to Lancaster Dr White is an expert at curing all diseases in animals Opening Friday and Saturday Miss Rella Arnold Invites the ladies to see her elegant lines of handsome Spring and Summer millinery at Crab Orchard Opening Friday and Saturday the 3rd and 4th Miss Arnold has everything in upto date Millinery and can please the most fastideous A call and inspection will be appreciated Didnt Happen in Lancaster At a recent home wedding not a thousand miles away when the cere mony was over and the party had ascended the stairway and were hur riedly preparing to leave on the trip the groom asked his best man Have you kissed the bride Imagine the silence when the best man unthought edly replied No not lately Stores Will Close The dry goods and clothing have entered into an agree ment to close their stores every even ing except Saturday at half past six oclock The plan was commenced April 1st and is certainly a good one as it is not only expensive to keep open until nine or ten oclock but works a great hardship on both pro prietor and clerks This agreement will be carried out during the sum mers months Colored School Closes The colored school closed with entertainments and graduation exer cises at court house Saturday and Mon day nights The school under Prof F M Woods has been successful in every way there has been no complaint from any source He is welleducated and by his gentlemanly deportment in Lancaster has won the respect of our citizens both white and color ed The Lancaster school would make no mistake in retaining him for next session A Worthy Promotion The legion of friends of Mr Paul Miller here in his old home will be delighted to know that he has just been promoted to the rank of Ensign in the U S Navy The young gentle man graduated only a few years ago and his promotion is deserved and has been rapid He is a splendid young gentleman and is wellliked by all who have the pleasure of his acquaintance He is the son of Col Jno W Miller of this city He has been on duty with the fleet in the Phili pines for some time Garrard Young Lady Ahead The Lexington Herald will send a number of young ladies to Atlantic City on a most pleasant excursion this summer The state has been divided into districts and Garrard ooutity in one composed of Garrard Mercer Jessamine Madison Pulaski Miss Lillie of is among the contestants and has been ahead several times If you are a subscriber for the Herald clip your coupon and send to her or if you do not take the paper and are interested write to Miss Leavell at Bryantsville and she will send you full particulars Finding Homes for Children Two representatives from the Childrens Home Society have been in town since Monday with some children from that home They are desirous of finding good homes for these little ones where they will be raised up as one of the family and sent to school and church The children do not have to be adopted into the homes unless so desired by the parties taking them They have placed 6 out of the eleven and would like to place the rest among the good people of the county Those left are girls from 2i to 10 years old Go and see them at House The representa tives are L S Harvin and Mrs J M Simpson District Superintendent I I i saidthat Leavell Bryantsville Kentucky the Gulley nist noshed merchants t The W C T U TI v U ocr Lhf y CHi rfaiicJ Saltrjiv atit on y Mrs lie becca Vesl Eiegiiiit refresh ments were served and there was a good time socially Mrs Fannie Farra was elected president to fill out Mrs Burnetts unexpired term Miss Amanda Anderson was elected Record ing and Corresponding Secretary A Mothers meeting was appointed for this Saturday to which all mothers are cordially invited Shuts Out Keg Business One of the laws passed by the recent legislature was that by which the purchase of liquor dealer Under pre sent law distillers can sell to anyone in local option districts but not less than five gallons In this manner it has been the custom of several to chip in send for the five gallons and then divide up Tle new shuts out this as none can buy the liquor unless he has a license to retail which of course can not be obtained iiI local op tiou counties Senator George T Farris who by the way is the best worker the temperance people have in the state managed the bill and secur ed its passage Garrard at Exposition In the report of the Comnrssioners of the Jamestown Exposition just issued Garrard county is refered to as follows Garrard county the unique distinction of having as a citizen the man who made the first contribution of the fund This was Mr Joseph R Mount of Garrard who contributed to the fund immediately when the sub ject of Kentuckys participation was first mentioned The county had sphalerite baryles llourspar and stone exhibits in the mineral display i The report is compiled by C C Ousley and is handsomely gotten up Sends Law to Publishers The Third Assistant Post Master General has sent to every publisher a copy of the new law in regard to papers to parties who have not paid subscriptions While we do not with him as to the right of a publisher to send the paper to anyone yet to do so is a violation of the law regarding secondclass matter As he has the last say we must dance when he fiddles Our lists are pretty well cleaned up but will be gone over again this week If you are in arrears dont blame this office if you cease to receive The Record Look at your lable on your paper and see if it reads correctly and notify us if it is not correct W H M S On the second Sunday in this month Miss Durham president of the Womans Home Missionary Society of Kentucky will give an address on Missions and on evening of same day Mrs Ed Grubbs of Winchester presi dent of the Womans Missionary Socie ty will give an same subject The meetings will be held in the Lan caster Methodist church and The Record is asked to say that is most cordially invited to attend both lectures These ladies are doing much good and the people should show appreciation of their services devoted to the ncble cause by attending the meeting A special invitation is extended to sisters societies Mrs J H Williams President local society Grand Display The weather was very disagreeable Saturday but many ladies braved the wind and rain to see the of at the upto da e of Mrs Alex Walker Mrs Ada Kin naird and R S Brown The patterns were all of the very latest stylish and as was said by all the most elegant ever shown in Lancaster The local milliners have brought on a much larg er stock this season than ever before and everything to be found in high class millinery stores can be had right here in Lancaster and there is no at all for indulging in the fooli h practice of former years of rushing off to the cities and payirg double price for what can ne had right here at home The goods are selling rapidly and our advice is to call and make your selections early Set Day and Clean Up The habit that some persons have of dumping all manner of trash and refuse in back yard or alley is not only an untidy habit but one that tends to breed all manner of disease germs It would be a very good thing if every person would set aside a day for a general clean up of surroundings If the same day could be selected and made a sort of municipal holiday much good would Suppose that next Saturday the 11th were decided upon as the day for a general clean up the city would present a much improved condition both as to appearance and healthfulness Have the old tin cans shoes and other rubbish carried away and have the city put on a sort of new and clean spring attire and then note the difference in appearance Really the suggestion is not a bad one Let who can possibly do so take a day off form the regular routine of business or labor and devote it to beautifying surroundings It would be time well spent If there be those who cannot take the time there are others who are in need of a job who would be pleased to get the work If you and your neighbor will agree to do this the trick will be turned and everybody will rejoice CHILDREN FREE FIRST DAY Directors of the Lancaster Fair have decided to admit FREE all children under the age of 14 years on FIRST DAY of their Fair Remember this and bring children There will be many amusements for them Dates July 29 30 31 i J furnished limeI I I I addresson everyone millinery follow everyone 2 Kentucky exhibit sending agree establishments excuse the Have Mode Arranganittits Where by PatonsReceive Benefit of Both Lines The public will receive with great delight the news of an agreement made between the Bastin Telephone Co and the Bell lines whereby the companies work in conjunction to give their patrons the benefit of every point reached by a telephone line Heretofore no connection could he had and parties wanting to talk to towns where the local line had no olllce were compelled to go to the single booth at the hotel and probably have to wait an hour or so before the party wanted could be reached On the other hand business men were frequently compell ed to leave their work and spend a lot of time waiting at the hotel Under the present agreement subscribers to the Bastin lines may put in a call for Richmond Danville in fact any point not formerly reached by the Bastin lines and can talk over their office or home phone This is a great convience and the people owe Messrs Bastin a vote of thanks for the enterprise shown in securing for them what few towns can boast of Eighteen Years Old With last issue The Central Record rounded out its eighteenth year For the past fourteen years of the time the present editor has been on the tripod We have striven hard to encourage the upbuilding of Lancaster and without any inclination to boast will say that if all the type we have had set in this effort to promote im provements were placed in one straight line it would belt the globe with enough left to encircle Kentucky Our efforts have been to keep before the people those enterprises by which the town will be benelltted and the columns have always been open free for any contribution along this lire While what has been published for bet ter things would lill columns yet the contributed articles bearing malice those of visciousness and have refused to print at any price would fill every freight car on the L and N system This may be putting the estimate high but ask any editor and lIe will tell you of the great num ber of people who try to use the local paper as a breastworks behind which they can hide and throw brickbats It dont go in this office Our columns have been absolutely tree to tie churches church societies and WeT U for publication of any mat ter they desired We refer to this only to let the ministers and good women know we are not only willing but anxious to print any notices they want to bring before the people We have a bonadcle circulation of 1350 books open for inspection subscrib bers and as experts figure that there are three readers for every newspaper printed you will see we have a pretty big audience to address We appre ciate any suggestions for the better ment of the Record and stand ready to do all in our power for the advance ment of any worthy cause There is little money in newspaper business in Lancaster from the fact that some establishments send to the city for work that can be done right here and at as reasonable prices We have never begged anyone for work but cer tainly appreciate any job iriven us Thanking every patron for past favors we begin another year with renewed energies to print the home news from all over Garrard county and make the Central Record what a county paper really should cosy corner for what is going on in the neighborhood or like a letter from home We appreciate the assistance of our friend and patrons and trust we have given them value received Austin The remains of Mrs Sallie Austin of Parksville were brought to Lancas ter and interred in Cemetery She had been ill of consumption for quite a while Mrs Austin was fortythree yeais of age and joined the Baptist church when quite young She lived a Christian life and her constant pray er was that she be taken from her suffering if it be the Lords will She has a wide circle ot friends mother four brothers and two sisters who mourn her loss The funeral services were conducted by Rev J II Williams Obituary Our Beloved aunt Mrs Sallie Aus tin fell asleep to awake again in the glory land with Jesus our Savior on Tuesday March 24 at 2 oclock Mr George Austin her husband passed away three years ago She leaves five children and a largecircle of friends to mourn her loss Funeral services held at the grave conducted by Rev Wil liams at 2 oclock Wednesday after noon While you so sweetly sleep away from earth sorrow and care we are lonely and ofttimes weep for we miss you every where Her sorrowing heart is at rest Her troubles and worry are oer Her quite immovable breast is tossed by afliication no more Softy the stars are gleaming upon a quiet grave there sleepeth with out dreaming one we loved but could not save Sweet and peaceful be thy rest Forget you we can never God called you he alone knows best his will be done for ever Ruth Parksville Ky Weak women get prompt and lasting help by using Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing antiseptic suppositories with full information how to proceed are intesting told of in my book No 4 For Women The book and strictly confidential advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for my book No 4 Sold by R E McRoberts S I nGeEAi B 11 ant T I II spitewhich- we bea it I II A RPRQV aMi iiT ill a7 t te 4rrZN e3 e cue iicaUquarters fur 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 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 Me dium and Cheap Furnitnre Carpets Mattings Rugs ETC all of which have been bontiht at the lowest cash prices obtainable Any tiling wanted not found in stock wilt be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick u A J Paynes ILOO BEEEI DRUGGETS I I I I INCORPORATED T- It 3 B i very We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL J6ooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIRECTORS M COY RL ARNOLD R GGUYJ JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS WCFISH I I f I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance R E McRoiiEKTS Prest J W EIJIOKE Cashr- J C EUIIAXKS Vice Prest R I BUUTOJT 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The 6arrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It Is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tke Latest Improved Vailt aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS H K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson Thos Owens J R Haselden R L Elkin V A Lear A B Brown Jr R L Burton W L Lawson T J Price L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods W G Gooch 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 in hand at the following prices 3 cans tomatoes z c 3 cans corn 250 3 cans 3 Ib apples 250 3 packs Mothers oats sic 3 cans beans 25C 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 of liens 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 i lb packages and 2 Ib buckles jersey Glen and Oak all will go at i6c per pound bulk coffee IOC and up Pure apple vinegar 25C per gallon a lot of overall pants and work shirts at prices will show you the bill if not convinced Owing to the advance in granulated sugar we win not be able to sell over 17 Ibs for 100 Dress skirts hosiery collars jewelry suspenders etc a new lot just 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 to 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 i 00 per bushel cabbage ij c per 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 This March 26th 1908 On Campbell st near depot Phone 140 I I Proof pair cansAr whole sale a wholesale l i Brr Ct7R S RHEUMHT r lrnns- tA0 NARK Even ourGrandfaThers knew what SNOW LINIMENT will do- A CONVINCING PROOF of the worth of a medicine is the cures it can effect Every one who has used Ballards Snow Liniment knows that will tv DS CURE RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS m USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS- V L Settle Richmond Mo writes This is to certify that I have used your Snow Liniment for ten I years rheumatism neuralgia lame back etc and satisfaction Avid all Substitutes Three Sizes 25c 50c 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E MCROBERTS Trotter bay roan stallion 15 hands foaled 1903 fPath More 11258 Record 4 I Sire of Zclphti Mack Salada Sister to Mazettc 23 IJi Malar 2HJf and lInk Ten 238i 1SV5 Sire of 13 dams of 9 Colon Dam of Simmocolou 213 etc George Wilkes 519 1222 Tennessee Wilkes 2735 Sire of idams of 197 Record 227 Lizzie Hayden by 1ea Sire of 25 including 10 In vine 515 215 Great brood mare Mambritio Fntchcn 5S Sire of 2 dams of 10J Lady Ayers by Abdullah Reunions Great brood mare Strathmore 403 Sire of St duns of 181 Coral by Clark Chief 69 Great brood marc Marcola Dam of 3 McEwen 1719 218J Sire of 31 dams of 5 Widow Mnloiie by En field 12S Grandma of 3 Patchless is a bay roan stallion 151 hands high 5 years old this spring he 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 11258record 224 and his dam a full sister to the great race mare Mazette 204i 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 STAPP Telephone 191U Lancaster Exchange BUCKEYE KY in every case it rendered immediate relieI I Patchless Abdallah rI1 irltVJ S J O 4 c Q 1 Bycrly a V THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 501000 Surplus R DENSY Presideat J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst I Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L Gill 101000- A Ca- R T Embry DIRECTORS BEST OF PROOF That Hyomei Will Cure All Forms of Catarrhal Diseases Testimonials could be printed by the thousands many of from our own town that is an absolute cure for all catarrhal troubles but the best proof of its unusual curative powers is the guarantee that is graven outfit sold back if Hyomei doeS not do all that is claimed for it Hyomei is not a secret Its given freely to physicians who want to know what they use when they prescribe Hvomei guaranteed under the Pure Iood and Drug Law by serial So 1418 By breathing the healing medi cation goes directly to every nook and corner of passages where the catarrhal genus may lurk and disinfects and heals To convinced of this yOU have only to rive it a trial remembering that if not cure your money be refundedThe Hyomei outfit costs but and in most cases is sufficient tc cure the disease making it not a scientific treatment but one that is highly economical Get an outfit today you have any catarrh Sold guaranteed by R E McRoberts 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 guaranteed J P Wearren even fon H omei 100 JP Allwork 1 r is SafetyDepit Boies forRent II We Solicit Your Business I Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil Better than oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness colds coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Try it on our guarantee McRoberts Drug Store orHeart Weakness means Nervo Strength or Nerve Weakness nothing more Po not one weak heart In a hundred is In it 55 diseased It is almost always a r nerve that is all at fault This obscure Cardiac or Heart Nerve these same controlling nerves for weak and Hearts Dr first sought the cause of all this painful palpitating suffocat Ing heart distress Dr Restorative this popular alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds helpIfthese oem n MfibHafc them as Dr hoops RestorativeR E MCROBERTS inot Heart Strength actually nervethe needs and must have more more more continuetoDrShoops Heart simply controlling governing needled Business I terns Vulcan plows 3 HO J R Mouth Co Vulcan plows 850 J R Mount Co Headquarters for Harness Hasel den Bros 43tf Best Seed Potatoes 8120 cts per bu tf S D Turne See us for buggies and harness 43tf Haselden Bros Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Fresh fish ever Friday at Turners meat market tf For a good buggy see Haselden 43W Good Coal for lOc per b 2t Banks Garden seeds of all kinds tf Turners meat market Now is the time to get your bee hives Lancaster Plaining Mill 2m Have your guttering and pumps re paired by Haselden Bros 43f Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Highest market price paid for butch er cattle G A Lancaster For an uptodate bath room out fit see Haselden Bros 43t I Watch for pony and give the boy your order S D Turner I For Hames collars trace chains and pads see Haselden Bros 43tf Please call and pay your account and save further expense This means you if owe us Mount Elkin Call up No 50 and get the brest fresh groceries at lowest prices tf Turner meat market Look at my linn of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Remember this is the last week of 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 H Ward For sale two good phaetons ice box large stand mirror wardrobe and three flower stands Apply to T Curry tf We pay cash for eggs and will take them same as cash during our bargain days Ward White Plymouth Rock eggs 50cts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Leavell Ky 1m If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee 1m We give a scientific test of your eyes and guarantee lenses to give for two years or no charge Morrow McRoberts jewelers 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 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 Hemp Seed for Sale I have twenty bushels genuine cultivated hemp seed for sale J I Hamilton Lancaster Ky tf 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 rockbottom prices Morrow McRoberts jewelers 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 costs but little call at any office and have explainedEd C Gaines Just received fresh car salt Plenty of good coal on hand at lowest prices Also sand and brick orders filled promptly Phone 104 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 lie turkeys lOc hides 4c It will pay you to see me before selling your produce Phone 35 H B Nortbcotttf What gives the Continental Fire Co and the Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co their reputation Liberal contracts and the 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 Cos line of Merchant Tailoring And can save you money on a spring suit of clothes Remember a dollar pro fit looks mighty 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 havinga quarter of a million dollars more net surplus than any other fireCo pays losses cash without discount Polices written one three and five years covering fire Lightning and tornado Beware of the March and insure your proper ty with their ant Ed C Gaines Eggs My pen of Barred Plymoth Rocks bred pure for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of Hawkins of Lancaster Caq furnish few setting of eggs at 9L for 15 W H Wberritt Ky I cheap2t f dson I Swinebroad thespotted Wards cut W W II satisfaction Notice t- ollc 100 Ibs of Continental Fire Co Fine A C Mass 1 ros- A l f Lancaster HL A JiviieItro Pieasa return our wire fence stretch ers aud receive reward Mount Elkin For Sale Single comb White Legon eggs f0c per setting J G Doty J r R L D No 2 Paint Lick 3t t Eggs Eggs Barred Plymouth eggs for sale at 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs Mrs Curt Robinson Lancaster 320lmo Cow Pasturage- I will furnish good pasture for a limited number of cows Pasture open May 1st Terms reasonable 1m Duck Eggs for Salo 13 for 8100 20 for 1 50 The In dcarunner duck lays the year around Phone 195F Miss Allie Anderson 313ltn Lancaster Ky Just received a lot of Poplar Shingles for sale cheap Also coal sand brick and feed Orders filled promptly Phone 104 Austin and Hurt Danville Steam Laundry All laundry work done by the Dan ville Steam Laundry is fully guaran teed Ring up Gulley Hotel and we will come for it Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf The Best of Literature- I am prepared to order any magazine or other publication on the very short est notice and can save you both time and money on same Call at store of Joseph Mercantile Co Will appreci te your orders Mrs Dollie Brown Eggs For Sale S C R I Reds SlOO for 15 S C White and Brown Leghorns 50c for 15 Remember the breeds that lay the most eggs are the breeds that yield the biggest profit S A Hill 22 8 3mos HyattsvilleKy Turkeys Dying Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky says Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only remedy I have ever used that will cure turkey diseases I gave my tur keys a few doses when they were dying and it speedily cured them Sold by J R Mount Co LancasterKy After Others Fail D U Scott Avon Ky says I used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy after several herds in my neighborhood without a single loss Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster 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 nonce Have your work done now be ore the rush Satisfaction guaranteed Milton Sneed tf To Tax Notice is hereby given to to come forward and settle Unless these taxes are aid now you will be put to additional expense This means for years 190G and 1907 L E Herron City Marshal We wall 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 ap preciate a call Miss Bennett of Louisville will be with us again this season Mrs Josephine BonerBryantsville Spring Announcement We call attention of the ladies to our elegant line of Spring and Sum mer Millinery This stock was selec ted with great care and we have on display every new creation in fashion able upto date head wear for ladies We cordiaily invite the ladies to call and inspect our beautiful line of goods Miss Rella Arnold Crab Orchard Notice To Bee Keepers The Lancaster Plaining Mill is headquarters for all kinds of bee sup plies We keep quanities of Roots goods on hand at all times at the low est possible prices Call and see our stock A F D C Sanders prop 2m Easter Exchange The U D C will have an exchange in the room vacated by R Zimmer on Saturday the 18th just before Easter Open m afternoon Everything good to eat will be sold at low prices is solicited and will be 2t Poultry Raising Pays Farmers are coming to realize the poultry raising pays Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic Remember that only healthy hens lay 11 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gapes and Limber neck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 5 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price 50c No cure no pay Guar anteed by R E McRoberts 1 July C D Powell is aginst the field and ahead of the railroad on all prices Good line of shoes at and below cost nearly all new stock New line of prints at from 5 to Gicts per yard Hundreds Of other things in dry goods and notions at cost Tin ware at cost and queensware below cost Here are a few of my prices in groceries Arm Hammer soda 3 packages for lOcts Star Potash 4 balls for 25cts Tomatoes 3 cans for 25cts Corn 4 cans for 25cts Sugar 17 lbs for 100 Roasted coffee 10 15 and 20cts per lb Lenox soap 4 bars for 15cts All other soaps 6 bars for 25cts Best apricots per can 20cts Sweet potatoes per Best corn syrup per gal 40cts American heavy weight oysters 3 cans for 25cts Apples per peck 45cts All other groceries at the very lowest market price It C D Powell Lut u c1 ll tleifer I W B Notice 2t speedily PayerS aIr taxpayers requiredby Patronize appreciated R 4 can lOcts l4tttc tgo dhucTiercttrh Moss Physicians Cure Skin with Simply Noted Eczema Specialist Comments- on a Proven Specific for Skin Diseases Physicians everywhere continue their praise for ordinary oil of winter green in a wonderful specific for Eczema and other itching skin diseases This liquid uure and clean as water externally applied has instant effect A few drops on the burning itching sore causes instant relief and a short continued use gives a complete cure Dr C B Holmes of Silver City Miss a letter to the D D D Company of Chi cago that this great remedy is as near a specific for Eczema as is quinine for malaria I have been using your D There are thousands of other physi cians who use D D D Prescription the oil or wintergreen specific D D D cures and it is so clean to use If we did not know what D D D will do we would not recommend it to our friends and patronsR Lancaster Call at our store and let us see the nature skin trouble That languid lifeless feeling that comes with spring and early summer can be quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by the judicious use of Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is genuine tonic to tired rundown nerves and but a few doses is needed to satisfy the user that Dr Shoops Restorative is actually reaching that tired spot The indoor life of winter nearly always leads to sluggish bowles and to sluggish circul ation in general The customary lack of exercise and outdoor air ties up the liver stagnates the kidneys and oft times weakens the Hearts action Use Dr Shoops Restorative a few weeks and all will be changed A few days test will tell you that you that vou are using the right remedy You will easily and surely note the change fromday to day Sold by R E Mc Robers Laugh and Be Glad Italian proverb Laughter makes good blood Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Gill Simpson Pain anywhere can be quickly by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means conges blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers These equa lize the blood circulation and then pain always departs in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25 cents Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for free package Sold by R E McRoberts I l t aboutthisremedyDD I Igratifyingresults anyway J expertwho tionunnatural r Tabletssimply l1iedy stopped EAT WHAT YOU YAVf Science Has Now Found the Trot Way to Cure Indigestion A few no when a sufferer frrri indigestion went to a t m acit specialist the result was a rijiiil diet list Unit almost meant starvation But the first thing to do in tre crsc f indigestion or stomach TCeakiwss is t strengthen the muscular eagle cf stomach and intestines that tfcv v Marc for the fear that is eaten In r other way tan tie bne as rVi i taking a 51ioia tablet Lt fore eat h in This restores tr npth to the ttn muscles and stimulates the OIl of gastric juices so that the fool is readily and its nourishment retainer in the system to build up energy and vitalityDo think the sick headache heart burn bad taste in the mouth coatel tongue spots before the eyes sleeplessness and other that are the direct result of indigestion will go away of themselves The stomach nest be up and strengthened by Miona before can be welt and strong fret from suffering and distress The guarantee that lending drugsists give with every nOcent hox of Miona to refund unless the remedy cures shows their confidence in treatment Sold and guaranteed by For sale by R E McRoberts CHESTER JEWEL Jr years t o a lI11n on th this t digested money 1r i iL q Cieare kCWSl r fi O Uw 0 D D J tiy F Is 13 King David will make the season of 1908 at our farm 2 miles West of Lowell and one mile north of Richmond 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 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 took th gold medal at the state fair as the best horse owned in the state King David has three imported es in himWe will also stand a good big Jack Jo Blackburn Jr at same place at 7 to Insure a living colt A lien retained on colt for service money Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur KING cross DAVID 4 Master Phone J8 G Combined Stallion Chester Jewel Jr rich horf Irt hiuli years oM so I speed and action He will 1JOsat the Elijtia Worrell fann 7 mile from Lancaster on Fall Lick pike at Soo To Insure ft Colt Money due when colt Is IVxtled or mare parted with A lieu retained on colt for the season B G CORMXI2Y Lancaster Ky bay hand make the ttnu or old Living kK1ITE Cream Varmifuge money r THE IffiCU I GU nEE IJ 13iP g n d3 RtE THE CHILD MS FAV03FTE TONIC THE GZMIiriE OHLT BY LInliisent LOUIS Mil jMcRoberts Drug Store NOTICE Notice is hereby given that applica tion for parole of James Rose sent to penitentrary from Garrard county will be made to the Board of Prison Commissioners 3t ryrTAT5RS FPU D Co- ST CEW Cr Balinrd Snow frs J3LDanreI 5of VTnohest r KTsaysr orfiftecnjearsllu y foe They uMor e time i shamed to l ivala I a to wear aT iL My face itched anti turned I thuu hs I huil every mnptfy hold friend your remedy I hud tried so inaay I did not rare th ht one more Ttould But make m Kh diShreuve The Itching and twrnin rhc away and soon fee Hfua to cteir It teas iftf stork now my H like U wis before t jt the disc 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