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THE CENTRAL RECORD XfXETEESia YEAJt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 10 W08 lIfl Dl 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 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 or too tight Medium and tropical weights in the neatest of stripes checks mixtures and blue We stamp our name on the inside coat pocket as guarantee that these clothes are right for style and wear SMITH HERRING I I e serg s fill A works STONE A T Sanders sold to Tom Hicks one horse for 15000 Mr John Prewitt bought six shoats from Cobb for 1200 C S Sanders was in Cincinnati part of last week on business- C S Sanders sold 50 head of hogs to Mr Vic Lear at 475 per lb Miss Flora Lee Wyliespent Saturday night with Miss Ida Teater Mr Johnson Speak visited his father near the Fork church last Saturday Mr Lee Grow spent last Tuesday night with his cousin Angle Sanders Miss Manerva Speak was the guest of her brother Mr Johnson Speak last weekThe Kentucky river is on a boom it is highter than it has several yearsMrs John Prewitt and two visited relatives in Madison last week of Somerset visited his daughter Mrs Walter Fayne the first of the week Mr and Mrs Lawery Speaks spent the latter part of last week with rela tives on Wolf Trail Mr and Mrs Henry Montgomery of Bourne spent last Sunday night with the latters mother Mary A Miss Wilma Ray of this place was the guest of her aunt Mrs Loyd San tiers of Loyd the latter part of last weekMr L M Crutchfied of this place was in Nicholasville Lexington and Georgetown several days last week on businessOn of bad weather Sunday school was not organized last Sunday will organize next Sunday at ten oclock let both old and young be pre sent and help the good work along 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 t McRoberts drugstore 1m MT HEBRON Kentucky river has been on a boom the past week Mr J B Dean delivered some hemp in Lancaster at 625 per cwt Mr Dennte Scott visited Mr Harvey Dean near Paint Lick Monday Duncan spld a bunch of pigs to Hicks at 250 per head Little Buanna Dean of Jessamine is with her grandmother Mrs Alex DeanMr Dillard Brumfield of Jessamine county was with Mr Alex Dean Sun day night Wm Onstott bought of Jas Turner six head of calves at 1250 per head Mr and Mrs Isaac Montgomery spent a part of last week with her parents in Jessamine county Mr Samuel Duncan and wife were with Mr and Mrs Wm Vanderpool at Lexington last week Mrs Jean Vanderpool of Lexington is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Keenon at Lock No 8 Mrs Jno Vanderpool and little daugh ter Hattie Lou of Lexington are the guests of Mr Russell Vanderpool Miss May Scott who has been at tending the Eastern Kentucky Nor mal School began the unfinshed term at Sunnyside public school Monday Mr and Mrs Dennie Scott were the guests of his brother Houston Scott near Junction City Saturday night and Sunday The citizens of this locality had a meeting at Sunnyside Thursday night for the purpose of appointing a turn pike committeeman in place of J M Vanderpool who has moved away J B Dean and Miss Ina Guliey gave a lackey party at the home of Mr and Mrs S N Morford Thursday night Quite a number attended The prizes were awarded to Mr Arthur Montgom ery and Miss Leola Scott 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 yille N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin When a rooster finds a big fat worm e 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 wants all his friends and neighbors to share the benefits of his discovery This is the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin This explains why people who have been cued 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 else is for sale by Friable 1m beenfor t I Mr Mat FolKer I Sanders- I I I I Mr Chas J no I of goodhe everyone This lemedJ P P I grandchildren I I a I someone BRYANTSVILLE Mr John Peters of Mackville spent Sunday here Miss Bessie Bolton of Harrodsburg is the guest of Miss Alta Boner Miss Lena Rigney of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Jennie Burnside Mr Sam Rose is able to be out after an illness of three months of typhoid feverMiss Frances Tomlinson is at home after an extended visit to relatives in MiddlesboroMiss Dunn of Lexington was at home for a short visit to her sister Miss Leny Dunn Mrs Margaret Sparks and Mrs Ed Rogers of Nicholasville visited Mrs J W Glass last week Mrs Frank Campbell and daughter Evelyn of Danville spent a few days with Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Ike S Dunn have moved back to their old home after living in Lexington the past year Mr W M Jenkins of Indianapolis Ind has been spending several days with his father Mr C M Jenkins Williams Mrs Will Dicker son Misses Lilliam Leavell Mayme Bailard and Alta Boner were m Dan ville shopping last week Mrs Rebekah Oldham died at the home of her daughter Mrs Logan Burke Sunday night Mrs Oldham was 89 years of ago and had been an invalid for several years She was a lovely Christian character and a devot ed member of the Methodist church The interment took place in the Dan ville cemetery Tuesday afternoon The services were conducted by Rev P G Ross Mrs Oldham is survived by two children Mrs Logan Burke and Mr Clifton Oldham of Louisville who have the deepest sympathy of the community in their bereavement BUCKEYE Mary Edith Walker is better at this writingMrs Ray spent last Friday with Linsie Ray Mr Bob Long sold one horse to Irvin May for 4500 Mrs B Ray was the guest of Mrs Lelia Walker Saturday Mrs Georgie Ray was the guest of Mrs Hiram Ray Monday Mrs Geo Ray spent a few days with Mrs Hiram Ray this week Miss Mae Fortwood spent Saturday night with her sister Mrs Doc Simpson Mr Mead Teater and family was the guest of Mr Mall Carter Tuesday nightMrs Hiram Ray and daughter Miss Norah were the guests of Mrs L L San ders Thursday Mrs Raymond Ray and Jensie Car ter were the guests of Mrs Arthur Daily Monday Mr and Mrs Richard Burton and son J W were the guest of Mr and MrsWm Burton Sunday evening Messrs Munsey and Fitzpatrick of Lexington visited Mr and Mrs Mike Ray Saturday and Sunday Miss Ora Poor of Beau Vista has been the guest of the Misses Brown and Mrs J W Brown for the past week SULLIVAN FOR GOVENOR The Henry Local Nominates Hon Jerre Sullivan of Madison County From Shelby Record The Henry Local last week paid a deserved compliment to the man of the hour in Kentucky and suggests him as the Democratic candidate for Governor at the next election Like our Brother Gullion we know of no man in the State who is better fitted the place and not one whom we be lieve could come nearer to harmonizing the troubles that are withia the party There are other men like Mr Sullivan Ben Johnson and Ollie James for in stance It is such men as these who must take the lead hereafter if we hope to get Kentucky back into the Democratic column The Local says The man of commanding ability and character In this assembly was Hon J A Sullivan of Madison county With broad intellectual scope and foresight akin to prescience he came into the body with large thoughts and plans accompained with a reserve power and force of character that en abled him to effectuate them in Legis latlon Consequently the new laws that will make most largely for the good of the State were his measures atid they are of incalculable impor tance The betterment of educational conditions was his chief aim and he did more for the cause with a few strokes of his genius than had been accomplished in half a century of tank Bring by empyricists His splendid powers seem never to have been warp ed by prejudice but his influence which was ever a positive quantity exerted itself in every case along the lines of true statemanship for the of which in these days of graft greed and little men the lower house of the legislature is no mean forum Mr Sullivan is the man of the hour be has all the elements and attri butes for a great Governor of the State With him at the head of the Democratic ticket in 1911 the party would regain control by the old time majority The Henry County Local nominates him I I C Mrs J C I I I I for exercise In- Ky J ffE j TWO CAR bois SPRING BEAUTIES il 8ri1J I tI Let us show you our line of Buggies Surries Phaetons Road Wagons and Harness HASELDEN BROS I I E I I I i1 I e rx a J1Beazle9 Arterial ui Cavity Brtalng Office on Danville Street NDHRTAKBR FULL LIVE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS 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 Co INCORPORATED I J 11aRlRaaaallltliitallt aR- I I I I I I N I I III I I I I II II I I I I t I J 1 I d I i I U M I TEverutliing 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 We are offering forty thousand rolls of the best papers that tilt market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock and is not tIe pickedover Iiiuin4necarnei kind 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 F i 0 J r 7 6 a wtW 2 Jfr f1 iitfa7 f 2Z T iLi rr iE f NO In I l SPECIAL SATJE FINE WALL FAFERS I Goes THiS MILE w I r s a 15 20 25c Papers that sold for fifteen twenty and twentyfive cents we are sacrificing at I I l Main tDanville 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 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 Motto Promptness Accuracy and Reliability Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store Q I I I I I J I I IBANKS I Vr1SSISpINeeeeoeseseee aeeeoeeeseed 1I11Tler IIIII I I I I I Il JJII JIII O 1111 I J 1 Field OAd o v J J WALKER President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest OROANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL l5 M SURPLUS JittM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders 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 for these Get a tornado policy from J H KINNAIRDSGe- neral Insurance Agency I I I r i I year r FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can can me Office Phone No 31 Residen6e NO7 5c 25 to 50c For our regular 25 50c papers we are now asking the rediculously low price of CENTRAL RECORDISS- UED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association J i Lancaster Ky April 10 1908 LjThere maybe times when it would be money saved to permit being im posed upon rather than go into court to mantain ones rights If yetting into court will cost more than the thing involved is worth it were far better to suffer the imposition than to fight Many persons get into law suits over some trivial matter that even if the case is won there is a loss in time and money to say nothing the annoyance There are times when it is better to grin and bear a wrong than to go to law A New York newspaper man was ar rested and adjudged insane because he was scattering money promiscuously about the streets No doubt if he had scattered it in Wall street he would have been called a financier But wonder where he got the money in the first place Most newspaper men do not have money to throw at the dogs A North Carolina man left a big for tune to his son on condition that he re frain from card playing fiddling and dancing Well that will leave him the pleasure and profit of horse racing providing he bets on the right horse croquet ping pong and marbles After all it is not such a drastic will and with a big fortune the young man ought to be able to struggle along Confucius slid Sincerity is the way to heaven If this be true there are a whole lot of people on the wrong road especially the Sundayonly Christian who cries with a loud voice I am holier than thou Evi dently they fail to read the guide beards placed at points along the high way set aside for the human family A German scientist declares that nature furnishes man with a new brain every sixty days Perhaps that accounts for the indifferent working of some brains they are not fully broken to service until they are dis carded and thown on the junk pile and by the way some are just as good The meat trust has pushed up the price of meat a notch or two and that the scarcity of corn is the cause for the rise This in the face of the fact that the corn crop was the third largest in the history of the country But with eggs less than 14 cents the dozen there is not great need of eating meat The people can generally be trusted in knowing what they want and when they want it Occasionally the politi cians conclude that they know more about what is good for the masses than the public in which event there is a very rude awakening on the part of the politicians Every man to his trade as the old saying has it but how about it in this day and age when the average A merican has no distinctive trade and when few youths really learn or mas ter a trade Any way March did much better than was expected Now if April will not permit any March remnants to be foisted on the expectant public garden making can proceed in an orderly The millinery joke has been taken from cold storage and is now on parade The millinery bill will be fresh and new and no doubt just a bit larger than last year A miners strike at the beginning of Spring cannot prove as effective as i l r r t t I as new declares I I J manner i I t about would were the time for trouble set for the autum Why does a womans hat never fit asks an exchange Well it would not be a womans hat if it did tit Probably the man who has no relig ion in his business has no business with religion If a girl is in love with a poor man she is apt to think riches are sinful things A good picture of the handsome new Kengarlan appeared in Sundays Journal To Comply With Law In order to comply with the U S postal law we have been com pelled to take from our lists the names of a numbes of subscribers who owed for the paper As we knew these people were perfectly good it went against the grain to discontinue their papers but the edicts of the United States offi cials must be obeyed We gave three separate notices to each par ty owing for the Central Record and as we needing money badly will send the accounts to a Chicago collecting agency UNION Lee Gastineau bought a horse from Lowell parties for 65 Mrs Woods Walkers mother who has been vistiing here has returned to her home in Illinois Two children of Wm Pointer and three of Squire Pointers are very sick at this writing The five years old son of John Beas ley who has been very ill of pneumo nia has been attended by Drs Mays and Kinnaird and is much better The spirit of little Earl Beazley re turned to the God who gave it Wed nesday at 10 oclock after an illness of several weeks o pneumonia Deceas ed was the oldest child and beloved by all who knew him After prayer and benediction by Rev Mr Frierson his body was laid to rest in the cemetery at Was On His 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 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 wcrld Sold under drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m Foreseen So your town has gone for profit bitionYes sir said Col Stilwell of Ken tiicky a little stiffly I suppose you are a little Not at all For a long time I have said the liquor was getting to be so poor that a gentleman might almost as well drink False Alarm Wife time midnight Hark Hus band Wake up I hear the rustling of silk and the clank of chains do Horrors Then the reports are true I was told this house was haunted Wife much relieved Oh is that all I was afraid Fido lead broken loose and was tearing my new ball dress N Y Weekly He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Fathing 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 bought a bottle and I got what I need ed strength I had one foot in the grave bur Electric Bitters put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold jinder guarantee at McEoberts drug store 50c 1m I J I Courier I a ManseDeath cough- I guarantee- at McRoberts waterWashington- Star HusbandYou I I are immediately surprised I rt- it c K 10c and up We are offering papers that sold from and over for 75c 75c GIBBONSA E Obituary In loving memory of Sirs Sallie Aus tin who died March 24 1903 at the home of her mother Mrs Pauline Un derwood at Parksville after a linger tug illness of consumption making the fourth death in that family of in less than two years All that medical aid and loving hands could do was done to stay the ravages of that j awful disease but to no avail She was a devout Christian and her devo tion to her children was unbounded She realized her journey along the thorny pathway of life was nearing its end and she must say good bye She submitted so sweetly to Gods her little ones in His keeping wrapped the drapery of her couch about her and lay down to pleasant dreams She leaves five children MrsFrank Bourne Robert Eugene Clyde and George Raymond besides a mother two sis ters and four brothers to mourn her loss She nad been ill several years and her suffering was intense yet she never murmured nor complained real izing that God doethall things well Dear Sister it is so sad to say goodbye but through Gods undying love and mercy we can say Oh death where is thy sting oh grave where is thy victo ry Tle last word has been spoken the last sad rites have been observed and she sleeps in your beautiful City of the Dead surrounded by her lovad ones gone and mourned by those who are left behind to await the great awakening for There will be a glorious dawn We shall meet to part no never On the resurrection morn A Loved One Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Thos Stenton postmaster of Pontypool Ont rites 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 suff erers from rheumatic pains FOJ sale by F P Frisbie 1m Years of Suffering Then Robust Great Remedy Cures Skin Diseases of Long Standing Mr J Weber of 1065 Vine Street San Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skin suffering which ended in robust health when he found a remedy which cured him like magic Here is Mr Webers own story In July 1900 my face began to be affected with a terrible skin disease I went to a doctor and he told me that I had been poisoned and he want to on me I refused to let him do so and after a few months my face was an awful sight You could see that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that I had cancer Great boils would appear increasing in size and paining me terribly I begun to doctor again but no one could help me large pimples and boils would to come At that time I had as many as ten on my face I was such a terrible sight that my friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five years until my funds gave out and 1 had to stop During this time I tried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that cured several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a second bottle The use of five bottles cured me It has been eight montns now and the disease has not returned My friends ask what it was that cured me of the awful skin trouble and I answer that it was D D D which heal meWe know that every word of the above letter is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis salt rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this remedy K E McKoberts Lancaster Makes Them Immune E S Darnaby Clintonville Ky says My hogs were exposed to cholera after they had been cured with Bourbon Hog CholerhRemedy but it did not affect them in any way Sold by J R Mount Co consumption willput before Health operate I it w4f J- wc N h continue had Office at residence Danvillest jjjij iii= 15 to lain t Danville 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 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 H pounds 25c Gill Simpson mHerndon Ben D Htrwlo- nBHMDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Minuteno r II I M K Denny I 8 f DENTIST Office over tIerndon jewelry store f I g JtJ HOOD DENTIST I I Buggies Buggies III IFI I In order to make room for my large Spring stock of Buggies I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Come before they are all Bargains gone 25c1 For room dwelling 7room store houst ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres lanri repair on the pike ifrom church right at school neighborhood Apply Morfoid Dunn Bourne IC 1 24 Gm Cured His Hogs- J A Scott Avon says Bimr bon Hog Cholera Remedy cuctdl SMite hogs for me that 1 did not thInk cwtid possibly be saved Sold by JJ R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Are Your Hens Laying Mine Are eggs 2vew year day average of 7 first ten days of January If you liar not get some of IHV Barred Plymoth Rucks They Isr hind and 3rd at Garrard county 1JOT 1 setting 3 7 settings 4 settings iu- perlOO i per 1000 25 t Chicks lOcts each any number now ready Book orders now for what you want cash with orders batisfacCi u guaranted Barred Rocks exclusively no ducks no turkeys Walton E Moss Phone in residence three miles on old Danville Pike I also sell Incubators Brooders chick Feed and Poultry Supplies tf all in good mil ill a gbl1 Ky 0 thorough breds won U u uu u Sale- S good grass 1 Fair W J ROMANS Brighten Up Paper Your Room up Fresh It Costs Little Our New Spring are now in McRoberts Drug Store III lv 0 Y I I s I I PapersI I Gj m m p m Wall l T2f trtillU 1ftt1 ill fi r1f fil r 1ltBuggies Buggies I 1f r l E ImI BUGGIES New Buggies and Harness at attractive prices Just received a car load of American Fence Cheapest and best Wire Fence that is made Vulcan Plows 850 Geouine Vul can points iJ R Mount Co F11f La I ri FA I I a oIct 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 I I It O 2 accuracy I OOCOOOtOOOOC Frkbies q IDRUGSTORE II ICome see our Merry Widow I I Gibson Sailors I Medal Shapes Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker asasoso ae w I Spring 1908 Spring 1908 We call especial attention to our exquisite line of flillinery 4 vlricli is now complet in every respect We have every T new creation for Spring and Summer I Mrs Ada Kinnaird tttt tt Gold tI I IoS1O OI l I and to FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS e WITHOUT CHANGE UEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets fafenutioa list of lotJ address H CL KING C P T A St lab Ky and 8 JULIa tt For a MZT3IkJIETTARbrMl4gsa OB Sale November 1st 1907 May 31st 1908Good Ret sp yOiT3llOItETMmTARsarifdislh Local Items J lntit of B G for mney his combined stallion Chester Jewel Jr for 300 The town dads are having great quantities of rock broaken at the quar ry on Danville street The streets are in miserable condition but metal will bring the relief so greatly needed The sevenoclock store closing is working a hardship on the loafer many of whom have commenced in the lobby of the Kengarlan The loafer is the greatest nuisance in town The L and N will soen inaugurate the regular Cincinnati Sunday They are moneymakers for the companyThe furnaces have been install ed at the Presbyterian church and the building is now made perfectly com fortable South bound passenger train No 29 was ditched just above town Monday causing a delay of seven hours The engine and all coaches left the track but no one was injured Fire destroyed one of the big barns on the Haggin farm near Lexington Tbursdey night and 33 of the splendid animals were destroyed Origin of fire unknown Hugh Murray the Danville jeweler has filed a petition in bankruptcy He has liabilities of 14000 and assets of 11000 Cincinnati New York and Chicago dealers are his creditors Youll Be Safe April may get a few jolts from old winter but they will not jar very much and consequently you will be safe in going ahead with your spring cleaning of back yard and alley The Record has it from a prominent railroad official that there will be no changes made in running of trains on this branch of the L N at present though there will likely be some next fall when a more direct counection will be given to the Atlanta trains Many Thanks Ed Stanford Journal That always read able paper the Central Record Louis Landram editor and publisher has just rounded out its 18th year 14 of which time it has been under his man agement We hope the paper will reach the century mark and that its clever editor will never die Of course there are the usual knock ers on the opera house proposition as such pigheadedness always develops when effort for improvement is made If you cant say a good word for any Lancaster enterprise for heavens sake keep your head closed Measuring Party The Lancaster Base Ball Club will give a measuring party in the Graded School building tomorrow Friday night Refreshments will be served and a most enjoyable time is promised Everybody is cordially invited to at tend and thus assist the young men in defraying the necessary expenses of maintaining a first class ball team Its Like Charity Any community that can not or will not support a worthy local enterprise is not much of a town after all Home enterprises should receive the first consideration at the bands of home people As a matter of fact no stranger would be willing to invest capital in any town where the people are indifferent to the welfare ofinsti tutions that it already has like charity should begin at home Elegant Dinners The dinners served at theKengarlan every Sunday evening are elegant in every way Every delicacy of the sea son is served and as a traveling man said last Sunday evening no better or more elaborate meal is served at any hotel The town people are showing apreciation of the splendid new hostle ry by taking many of their meals at the Kengarlan while the crowd is very large on Sunday evenings Big Land Sale Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents of this place have just sold for W S and R A Beazley their splendid farm of 780 acres to Jas I Hamilton and Dr W M Elliott at 90 per acre amounting to 70200 This is one of the best farms in Garrard or any other county being H miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike and Is nearly all inablue grass Possession given Jan uary 1 1909 The price paid shows the value of Garrard county lands which bang much sought by investors and homeseekers Hughes Swinebread sold the farm in less than 30 days from the time they put it on the market Meeting With Success President Jno M Farra and Secre tary R L Elkin have just returned from a trip in interest of the Garrard county fair and report great successin soliciting advertisements for the catalogue and the promise of many strings of fine horses for the show which will be the best ever given in the state By the way it is probable that they will secure the great Natiello band of thirty five men and a lady vo cal soloist for the exhibition They have been given some very interesting figures on this bind It is the same band that played for the state fair in Louisville last year and is one of the best known in the country It is the purpose of the association to spare neither pains nor money to make this years fair better in point of show of stock and add many features offered by no other fair association in the state I 1 C Glsl hoe u excursions Enterprise lounging broodmare OPERA HOUSE Two Lancaster Men Ready to Half of Necessary Amount in Build ing if Citiznns Will Do Their At last a plan has been devised which Lancaster can secure an upto date Opera that sadly needed and which we believe citizens with an ounce of pride enterprise will support Messrs J Haselden and J A Beazley have put fivethousand dollars into enterprise provided five hundred tickets for the first nights pertor mance to be given can be sold at ten dollars each Now any man who basni enough pride in his town ana to put in this measly sum ought to haul in his horns and move out This is the only way the house can be built as the cost is more than any citizen with the necessary 10000 will is more that any local capitalist will put into such an enterprise That an place for holding public meetings etc is a great blessing to a town no man with an ounoe of common sense will deny and as stated above the plan of Messrs Beazley and Haselden is the only one by which the building can be obtained They have sold quite a of tickets and the readiness with which the people are purchasing them is very encouraging indeed We know of very few men in Lancaster who are not willing to buy these tickets and thus secure the opera house Some say unthoughtedly of course Ten dollars is a big price to pay for one show but it must be remembered that the ten dollars is to assist in the house and not merely for the privilege of seeing a show The Record hcpes and believes that every man who can possibly raise the sum will readily lend his assistance in this most worthy cause The money does not have to be paid until the contract has been let The Eighth District Publishers League held a very important meeting at Lexington Saturday This is of the bestorganized associations the state and is working great good its members Hemp Seed Scarce The cutting out of the tobacco will cause a much larger area usual to be put in hemp and this un expected demand has caused a of seed On account of a greatly demand the price of seed advanced considerably Last year sold at 2 50 per bushel this year it commands 4 to 450 and one man in Paris who has two thousand bushels is holding it for five dollars per bushel No Extra Fees In an opinion handed down by Judge Hobson in the Court of Appeals Coun ty Attorney Claude B Terrell of Mad ison loses the fees allowed to him by the Fiscal Court of that county The Court of Appeals holds that the Coun ty Attorney must do all the work of his office without extra compensation and that he cannot be given extra compensation or special fees for suits in which he acted as Attorney for the collection of taxes Flower Planting and Chickens As the spring time approaches our houskeepers will be urged to plant flowers and thus make the door yards of our town things of beauty says an exchange Many would do this were it not for their neighbors chickens An old hen and half a dozen chickens can in four minutes tear up all the flowers the patient housewife has been six weeks in growing If you will raise chickens see that they do not molest your neighbors garden or yard Death of Rev Geo 0 Barnes His legion of friends in Lancaster will regret to learn of the death Rey Geo 0 Barnes which occurred at his home Sanibel Island Friday Mr Barnes had been in bad health for some time and had spent the entire winter at the abovenamed place which is situated on the gulf coast of Florida He purchased this island from the United States Government several years ago and had since resided there His home wasknown as Toe Sisters and his daughter Miss Marie Barnes and his married daughter and husband and son William C Barnes and Dudley Cowan a brotherin law composed the family Mr Barnes was 81 years of age He was born in April 1828 in Garrard county and his father was the Rev James Barnes familiarly known throughout the State as Father Barnes He was pastor of various Presbyterian churches in the State un til his death George 0 Barnes was educated at Centre College and graduated in theology atPrinceton Seminary Went as a missionary to India for the Presby terian church and was there during the Sepoy mutiny and had many hair breadth escapes At one time he was Forced to flee from the mutineers but reached the fort in safety carrying with him his two young children and his wife He returned to Kentucky broken down in health in 1861 After his recovery he took charge of the Presbyterian church at Stanford and his home became widely known as Pink Cottage He held this pas torate until on account of some differ ence with his presbytery on account of doctrinal matters he resigned his post and left the church He went to Chicago and preached indepnent of any denomination until something in the late Dwight L Moodys ministry actuated him to re return home and begin mission work in the mountains of his native State where he won national fame as The Mountain Evangelist MrFirrie a wealthy man in New ITO SUlLO Part by Housesomthing Is and S agreed- to the county certainly investthat housea building one in for crop than scarcity increased has seed of Put opera number York furnished Ifcirrpst anti his finMy moupy Hi yo to Lon 1 ni where he pn iehed for entire year bricyiiu persons to Christ His daughters sang during the services and performed on the little organ which became as famous as the evangelist himself Taking his family with him Mr Barnes circumna vigated the globe starting from New York He preached in India traliaand in many parts of Scotland returning to Danville in 1885 His wife died three years ago and her body was interred near their little home Sanibel Island and the body of the great evangelist was laid to rest by her grave Personals Eld F M Tinder is in Louisville this weekMrs J E Robinson entertained a few friends the past week Born to the wife of Jas L Smith on last Friday a little girl Mrs Wortham of Stanford has been visiting Mrs Boston Dillon Mr and Mrs R R Batson are spend ing a few days in Louisville Mrs John Greenleaf of Richmond has been visiting Mrs H C Kauffman Mr J Y Robinson has returned from Columbus Ga where he spent the win Miss Doty of Richmond was a visi tor of her father Mr Jesse Doty Sun day Mrs Della Arnold has been visiting relatives in Louisville and Shelby CityMiss Joe Merrit of was the guest of Miss Callie Adams last weekMrs Josephine Lannaham of Livings ton is visiting her niece Mrs Jas L SmithMiss Annie Mae Walker of Rich mond visited Miss Lucy Walker Doty SundayMiss Mason is in Henderson visiting her cousin Mrs William BarrettMrs Rucker of Richmond is the guest of Mr William Shugars and familyMrs Ballew of Richmond has been visiting her mother Mrs FrancisMrs A Burnside accompanied her husband to Middlesboro for a few days visit Mrs Jesse D Wearen of Stanford was the guest of Lancaster friends Monday Mrs Cal Nevieu and children of Crab Orchard were visitors here the past week Messrs R L Elkin and J M Farra have returned from a weeks stay in LouisvilleMrs Haselden and Mrs Della Arnold were shoppers in Dan ville last week Rev 0 W Darnold who has been the guest of Miss Ethel West has return ed to Glasgow Editor Louis Landram attended the Eight District Publishers League at Lexington Saturday C Kauffman has returned from a visit to her brother Mr John Greeleaf of Richmond Mrs William Ward entertained Mr Webb Raney and bride the past week at an elegant luncheon Mrs Nannie Evans Rowland of Junction City has been visiting her uncle Mr George Evans Miss Fannie Wilson has returned to Richmond after several days visit to her sister Mrs W R Gott Miss Allie Arnold has been spend ing several days with her sister Miss Rella Arnold of Crab Orchard Brown and bright little daughter Margaret are visiting relatives and friends in Ashland Mr Harry Robinson of Danville has been a recent visitor to his parents Mr and Mrs T B Robinson Mr Robert E Hughes wife and little daughter Margaret are visiting the family of W Miller Danville Advocate Miss Helen Gill of Lancaster has been visiting her aunt Mrs Donald McDonald Broad way Williamsburg Republican Frank Gatliff returned the first of the week from an extended visit with his sister Mrs L D Parks near Lancaster Ky Mr Forest Stapp was in Lexington Saturday Mr Stapp Is one of our most successfnl farmers has also one of the leading horsemen of Central Kentucky Stanford JournahMisses Ethel j of Lancaster and Mattie Lee Hubble of North Lincoln were at this office Saturday Mrs J B Bourneof Lancaster spent a few days with her daughter Mrs W K Warner Quite a handsome picture of Hughes Noland and Nellie Noland in Saturdays Louisville Times j They are the children of Mr and Mrs Percy Noland of Seattle Wash and the grand children of Mr and Mrs M D Hughes of this city j In a letter from Dr W S Beazley of Los Angles Cal he says Business in the West is getting better and I think will soon be normal Dr Steel Bailey of Stanford was in to see me a few days ago He Js located near Salt Lake City fathers family have bought property about twelve r sum tll an Iwusalls of Aus er Bryantsville Mrs H Mrs C C MrJ become I t RobertI I I My I Walter callers appeared 1 it iililCti I wo1 ii li su myself In IKtvrncei1 tail m galtin along ijcuiy Lure tu all oid friends Mr and Mrs W I Williams are spend ing several days in Louisville Miss Marguerite Kinnaird has been visiting Miss Ida Lee Bourne Mrs Nannie Taylor is in Washing ton D C visiting her daughter The wedding of Miss Henrietta Arnold and Mr Webb Raney which occured the past week in Knoxville Tenn was quite a surprise to their many friends The bride is quite a pretty and popular young woman and is the youngest child of the late George Arnold Mr Raney is a popular young farmer of Buckeye Their many friends wish them much happiness and success in their new life They will reside with the grooms parents at Buckeye The following invitations have been issuedMrs Robert Terrell Embry Miss Ethel West April 141903 Novelty Shower 2 to 5 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 that pay me a larger profit b u this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my customer so certain to my recommending it to him give it for the preference For sale by F P Frisbie 1m J jfrln hfi wHi vt purposes appreciate that I 212 r aillS rat I have in stock a nice line of Good and Cheap Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs ETC all of which have been boutiht 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 Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Keaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED LOOE aeee I I DRUGGETS I I I I 1 Medium Anything 11 We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with i conservativeBanking FREE pfHcieiioa t bac barns and the fir mer is left without insurance The Home Insurance Co of New the largest and most popular Fire Ia surance company in the world has none of their policies even in the heart of the tobacco district and as an accomodation to the farmers will place Insurance on their tobacco barns and any other farm property that they may have Address or phone Jesse D Wearen the Insurance Man Phone 36 Stanford Ky 58 A Turkey Remedy Mrs W F Heathman Cliutonville Ky says I have tried a number of remedies but Bourbon Poultry Cure the only remedy I have ever found that will cure siclc turkeys Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster 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 the children There will be many amusements for them Dates July 293031 tf We will call for your Laundry and deliver work prumptiy Ring up Gulley Hotel 48 Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf Agents Wanted 16x20 crayon por traits 40 cents frames 10 cents and up sheet pictures one cent eachYou can make 400 per cent profit or 3600 per week Catalogue and Samples free Frank W Williams Company 1208 W Taylor St Chicago Ill Now is the time to get your Lancaster Plaining Mill 2m fa II fTv Ti fARM R J th2fr t York is E taiyiieSli ltuE cancelled beehives CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 ID sIM COY RGGUYX JB WOODS RL ARNOLD BL WOODS J S BURROWS WCFISH I II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII IIIYou know it pays to always buy the best so you will not miss it by getting VeribestMixed X X Ix CSXSY W I for all kinds of painting For sale W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE Cancer Ie bye e ere Is what Dr C M H Wrights brother Mr O I Hayden writes DDD cured me of skin caner for which I bad used X Ray with seemingly satisfactory results but while I theXBay I must say that the cancer IthenusedDDD Eczema remedy persistently and now there is not a sign left of the disease aL HAYDEN March 84 190 believe tn treatment fD apron III broke oat AH Skin Troubles Vanish when DDD treat meat is rightly used Care the skin We carefully the seer of this prescrip before putting it in stock and now recommend it Im the highest terms The r best skin specialists RE McRoberts tktogk tilesIdII r fits i eadone investigated i- lion DDD O HAYDEN y L After FailedShowiag kowatt ads of ski diiSflffM yield to that harmless ex tonally tiqoul Prescription XRayHad seed D D D Read what aprominent lady physician reports regard ing this remarkable case Free front prejudice this widely experienced physician for 40 years a prominent practitioner recommends D for skztt diseases DR WRIGHTS STATEMENT I have worked for maay years fa harmoay witk ttepyslclans in sarroaadiae towns sad hesitate to appear feat criPtioa came under my perseaalobserratloB Mfcrisr fret trwkle hale used year remedy with good settees I always keep a bottle with KO sad shall be glad to speak a good word for yoar preparationwheserer MU MRS DR C M H WKIGHT Is rilleI BardeB Is rsbmethersad ce Other patteats skis I r tl Mx0LL b bjDDD Pass to any soSerer frost skin diaeaas who bas set yeti tried a sample bottle tree JJlC MMM St toft D DD Write isect is fHii BT S YO9JR r 0 i t I J r h U 16 tS- Fi C ff LIVER Yr err sr LJM I l r1 W J I fj v rr rr i Jd 1tLi a Better Advice CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED I hsvo 1con troubled for the past four years with what doctors called chronic and a friend advised me to use Hcrbinc and I did so and am new entirely cured not be without it for the world Take pleasure in recommending it to my friends I IiARK No t rccnd you It s nn 0110 to rI h jf1h out cf order It not to k lilt with s stlictlv j com constipation Fever Dyspepsia rt c mpbats cue tJ n Turped Liver I would ij TRADE no offered for enjoy wih 1i7rz is is neceyyour ysiei w L ERBiNT a vegetable 3 CliiHsand Malaria chid J1 Pleasing and Effective i A Positive Cure 5 PRICE soc i Ballard Snow liniment Co 500502 North Second St ST LOUIS MO DiscoNew OLDS PRICIS Tc111 101 Free J P Wearren BLACKSMITHING and General Repair 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 ALL TNMAT IIUIIGIMURES- OtJ J i AN A TP D SATISFACTOB- toz Yom ZZPUXDZD r t Work- Horse i R E McROBERTS Trotter bay roan stallion 15 Lands foaled 1903 Crri Patchless rddri her I r l Sire of Zelpha Mack W 2 OiIC aJd1Sister to Mazette l 2lIt- Itta and Ten 2S Path afore 11255 Record 1 V la 214a Mal Abdallnh lS Sire of 13 dams of 9 Colon Dam of Simmocolon 21 J4 etc Tennessee Wilkes 2735 Record 2 2 Sire of 25 including 10 In 215 Mnrcola Dam of 3 I 1 l j I Mambrino Patchen 5S Sire of 25 dams of Lady Ayers Abdallah Rcdmons Great brood mare Strathmore 403 Sire of 8i dams of 181 Coral by Clark Chief 89 Great brood mare George Wilkes 519 222 Sire of SSdnms of 197 Lizzie Huyden by Tea vine 513 Great brood mare McExxen 4719 2lSJf Sire of ill dams of 5 Widow Malone by liS Graudam of 3 Iii b En- field Patchless is a bay roan stallion lot 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 1200 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 THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Sirplus 10000 A R DENNY J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier r F Robinson Asst Ca- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L Gill President WANTED Ho buyOak and Beech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to the Kentucky Hardwood Company Beech st near Woodland Ave LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY M CURE THE LUNCS Flooring KILLm COUCH WITH FOIl Dr1 c Boies WentSafe DeDosit I i We Solicit Your Business I After Once Tasting no one wants an oldfash ioned cod liver oil prepara tion or emulsion because Vinol is a much better and strength creator for old peopleweak children and for coughs colds etc If it does no good we will return your money McRoberts Drug Store and women there Is at least oneway to help But with that way two treatments must be combined one constitu uonaL but both are both Tbef onner Dr Night Cure isa topical amcons membrane suppository remedy while Dr an internal treataent The Restorative reaches throughout the entire seeking the all nerve The Night Cure as its name implies does It work while you It sore and inflamed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and Take Dr Shoopa Restorative Tablets or Liquid asa general tonic Dr shoops R E McROBERTS r inol bodybuilder bronchitis Weak Women essential LocalDr an tissue and aUmenta discharges while the eases D UI gives and ambltl builds up wasted tissues about renewed strength and to theQatem tile as well r e l I Tweak Wing important d cltement bring 418or s DVVAR FRUITS Earliness Is Their Chief Point of Ad vantage Over Other Varieties Dwarf fruits cannot be made com mercially profitable but they have some advantages over other fruits in with which the tree be gins to boar Dwarf under good treatment as to soil come quickly into bearing The most prolific sorts give some fruit the second year after set ting and increase the product from year to year for a number of years A good dwarf apples are now being planted and these soon produce good crops Of course these trees are shortlived and cannot be made to take the place of the standard sort of apples and pears There are many farms however on which it is desired to have some fruit in a few years and these furnish the meansThey should not however be between rows of standard trees as some suggest but in a plantation by themselves The plan of planting be tween standard trees shortlived trees that are to be dug out never works out satisfactorily Here and there will be found a shortlived tree of more than usual value and longevity and the owner will not cut it out Nor should such trees be dispensed with till they have their period of usefulness If they are in a planta tion of their own the best trees can be left to grow and bear fruit long after the others have been cut out DESIRABLE CART FOR FARM USE One in Which Leaves Straw Etc Can Be Easily Moved Where a large quantity of loose such as manure straw and lawn rakings must be carted from one place to another I find a cart made after the design shown in the accompanying il I planted material the earlincss p ors many passed A Good Cart for Farm Use lustration much more convenient than a wheelbarrow says a correspondent of Prairie Farmer Two wheels from an old riding plow about three feet in diameter were For the axle a piece of inch gas piping was used The frame of the box which is five feet long and 24 feet wide was mortised together of two by two material The front posts are two feet eight inches in height and the box was con structed of threequarterinch pine Handles were bolted to the sides so that the cart may be either drawn or pushed A leg in front holds the cart when standing in position to load Fertilizers Pay No farmer should lose sight of the fact that all fertilizers have great value and not a pound of fertilizer should be allowed to go to waste On general principles a farmer should be always working into his soil the that will make plant food An abundance of plant food is required in the soil if farming is to be carried on profitably It should be remembered that every particle of vegetable mat ter makes fertility when it decays and should be worked into the soil The nonappreciation of this fact leads to the loss of large quantities of manure which is allowed to go to waste in various ways Her Record Against Her Mrs Upmore to applicant for as you ever worked for Mrs Highmus maam wan week Mrs Upmore Well if you suited her for as long a time as that you wouldnt suit me at all Good morn ing Chicago Tribune A Blessed Hope First Auditor at the tank drama Never saw such miserable acting In my life Lets go Second Auditor Lets wait till the next act Theres a flood scene with real water in that and maybe some of em will get Y Weekly About It Mr Wheedler Is not a long stayer Is heNo he only stays long enough to borrow some money Oh then with him it Is a case of touch and go Baltimore American FOR SALE Having decided to quit business I will sell privately my stock of General Merchandise at Manse Ky The stock is in splendid condition being fresh new and clean This is a good location and the business is a one For particulars address me R F D No 2 Ky Will so sell the storehouse All those indebted to me will please call and settle at once as the business must be closed up right away T R Slavin In the District Court of the United States For the District of Kentucky In Bankruptcy- In the matter of Hugh Murray Bank ruptHarrodsburg Ky Apr 2 1908 A meeting of the of Hugh Murray of DanvilleKy adjudged a bankrupt in the above Court will be held at the office of C Fox in Danville Ky on April 14 1908 at 10 oclock A M to elect a Trustee for the estate of said bankrupt and for any other busi ness that may come before the meet ing In making proof of your claim state the Court and the style of the cause as per above Then comply with Section 57 of the Bankrupt Act con cerning proofs of claims otherwise your claimcan not be allowed T H HABDIN Referee in Bankruptcy selected materials position cookHave ApplicantYis drownedN pay- Ing ale 4t barnyard Paint Lick 4 Business Items Ieariquiiricrs for Harness Ihisel den Bros 43tf Best Seed Potatoes tf S I See us for Buggies Iud 43tf Haseideu Kokomo Fence Best made 2t V J Romans Fresh fish ever Friday at Turners meat market tf Please return our wire fence stretch ers and receive rewardMount Elkin For Sale Single comb White Legon eggs 50c per setting J G Doty J r R F D No 2 Paint Lick 3t Cow Pasturage I will furnish good pasture for a limited number of cows Pasture open May 1st Terms reasonable 1m W B Moss Danville Steam Laundry All laundry work done by the Dan 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 100 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 Duck Eggs for Sale 13 for 8100 26 for 81 50 The In dearunner duck lays the year around Phone 195F Miss Allie Anderson 3 13lin Lancaster Ky For a good buggy see Haselden Bros 43tf Have your guttering pumps by Haselden 43tf Buggy and wagon are going at great bargains W J Romans Highest market price paid for butch er cattle G A Swinebroad Lancaster For an uptodate bath room out fit see Haselden Bros 3tf For Hames collars trace chains and pads see IIaseldEn Bros 43tf Please call and pay your account and save further expense This you if owe us Mount Elkin Look at my ling of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed 1m For sale two good phaetons ice box large stand mirror wardrobe and three dower stands Apply to T Curry tf We pay cash for eggs and will take them same as cash during our bargain days W H Ward White Plymouth Rock eggs oOcts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Leavell Ky lin 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 expen 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 Reduced Prices After April 15 Barred Rock Eggs50c for 1C 100 for 200 hen and 20 chicks 200 chicks Tic each Frying chickens 600 per doz Walton E Moss For Sale 1 1C hand bay 5 year old combined harness and saddle mare will work anywhere An all around good servic able mare for farm purposes Price is right 2b G Y Conn 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 rock bottom prices Morrow McRoberts jewelers Good work is the only thing the Danville Steam Laundry turns out Phone 48 Gulley Miller Agts To School Trustees The blanks for taking the census have been sent out Trustees not receiv them by Saturday school notify Superintendent at once Be sure on the blanks County Supt Fine Eggs My pen of Barred Plymoth Rocks bred for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of A C Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish few settingof eggs at 1 for 15 W H Wherritt Lancas ter Ky tf For Sale 50000 feet of beech lumber this be ing some of the finest lumber in this country Any one wishing a bill of lumber sawed would do well to see me This lumber is on Herring farm at Marksbury Ky Joe Aldridge Phone 38 Lancaster Ky 1m 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 looks big to a man who sells 100 lbs of Arbuckles coffee for 35cts give us an order and we guarantee a fit See H C Hamilton W H Ward cheap2t120 hart sl cattleG guaranteed I arid harn ss means satisfaction profit TurnerS Br s i repaired 1 C tread 0 Eggs Eggs Barred Piymuth eggs for sale at 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs Mrs Curt Robinson Lancaster 320lnio Paper Hanging- I now have the handsomest line of samples ever brought to Lancaster am prepared to pappr in the lest manner and on the shortest noMce Have your work done now be guaranteedMilton To Tax Payers Notice is hereby given to all tax payers to come forward and settle same right at once as I anr required bv law to make my now Unless these taxes now you will be put to expense This means unpaid taxes for years 1906 and 1907L Herron City Marshal Notice To Bee Keepers The Lancaster Plaining Mill is headquarters for all kinds of bee 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 Stormes room on Danville street Saturday the 18th just before Easter Open in afternoon Everything good to eat will be sold at low prices is solicited and will 9f I I nd ment ar ad tional Patronize be appreciated ham supplies iXo ox 1908 CHESTER JEWEL Jr Combined Stallion Chester Jewel Jr rich horse 1 hands high 3 years speed and action He will make the season of 1JOs at my burn one half mile from Kirksville pike and miles from Hyattsville Soo To Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is or mare parted with A lien retained on colt for the season money J C GASTAXEAU Hyattsville Ky 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 bay oM good h4 foaled REX ARBUCKLE 1467 Z7 M P of 41 ++ Farmers recijsi ir to The poultry raisiiiK pays ww te site time of year to feed your fowls a g od tonic Remember that only healthy hens lay R 4 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 2 times daj as a preventive give each chicken 1 in j drops in the feed once a day Price 50c No cure no pay by R E Mcltoberts I July fOUTSKlWEYCUK Vermifuge IJ emir I a I h TE S iiuity Ira C i Wyss t I Guaranteed u NsYs acid Ilaldae illi hlt THE GUAHiHTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TOtildC- EWABC Of IMITATIONS THK GENUINE FBEPAitED UKUY BIT BaliardSnoY Liniment C jMeRoberts Store O LQU18 MO Drug AAAA AA Il9O GREAT COMBINED STALLION 2500 FOR A LIVING FOAL Out of 62 shows he won 50 blues 9 reds unplaced 3 times1 Foaled 1S beautiful black 1 hands high cud li A fIb oafnrmut a 5 yte Italsh splendid feet and less with lots of knee and hock action There is not a horse ino thevrotMl xritih new show ucjsa in pedigree than Rex Arbnckle He inherits his great stamina from the of M ilUurKIug KfelUmV ii e8 Bfeiwiutr who was invincible in the show ring and the sire of maiiv show winners 833 MISS RICHMOND 55r A famous show mare In her day DANNY Lancaster Kentucky pen I hi sire BY 17 E T M C D lTALDLJ Z S MM 4 j Jo weigh Motet set h M 4 I N IN DAM z N x r WALKERnX r J ij l h fJi d- rr ItIIIII IiI I il yI 1U 11 R- r C n I Swt iw- FpJI Il- I lI y n heth 4wW y A t- jIll1111Ifj i Id y w- II flfi Ilii II i IIII Fwli L J nIIIlfh d j 3 r r