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I E C T r Ib Wl 1 i in f I TII JL JL wL1J1 KY FRIDAY APRIL 2t HI08 r iIILiti7 iiEcoitoLANG STLR Buggies Buggies opening Two Gar Loads Just Received For Quality and Style Our Pries are Lowest Come and see the most complete lines of Buggies Surries Phaetons Harness Hardware Stoves Farm Implements Spring ofi Buggies We Sell AhU Buggies The wheel smashed at our exhibit of buggies is now on display at our store for your inspection We say no better Buggy wheel can be made Ask your neighbor about the material he saw it Saturday w L Douglas Shoes FOR Men and Boys lest In Tie For The Price SMITH HERRING I I I IL i I H World Wear Buggy Harness of every discription are going at bargain prices Come and see us you dbnft have to buy because you look They are hilt TD HASELDENL BROS- r1SrR Y C W g VI Holds Interesting Sessions The Tenth District C W B M and Bible School Conven tion met at the Christian Church Tuesday and Wednesday This district is composed or Lincoln Rockcastle Madison Wayne Pulaski and Garrard counties The meeting was large ly attended and the following program was of great interest TUESDAY MORNING 915 Invocation F M Tinder Song Welcome Mrs Ellen Owsley Response Mrs McClellan Williams Childrens Hour 935 Devotional Master Frank Tinder 955 The Child Mrs J B Kinnaird 1010 f The Childs Part Mrs Clarence Tate The Mothers Part Mrs Ileiatt Ju J Interest Mrs II Clay KaulTman nior Mrs J Edward Allen work Literature Mrs Kate M vers- LMusic Miss Bessie Turley Song Church Workers of Tomorrow Mrs M S Walden Song 1040 Reports of Auxiliaries District Report and Appointment of Committees Benediction TUESDAY AFTERNOON Song 130 Devotional Miss Lora Bohon 145 Spiritual Development gained from C W B M Work Mrs Will Severance f Information Mrs Jennie willing Service Miss Ophelia Lackey I Cheerful Giving Mrs L B Cook rroSr TVTicc TriVhlA Song 225 Our Work Past and Future Mrs Ida Withers Harrison 300 Reports of CommitteesAdjournment TUESDAY EVENING 745 Praise Service v Mrs Ida Withers Harrison Address What God Hath Wrought for East ern Kentucky Mr H J Derthick Wednesday April 22 1908 Bible School Convention 1030 Presidents Address 1050 Signs of Progress R M Hopkins 1115 Kentucky Missions H W Elliott 1145 Appointment of Committees AdjournmentWEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 130 Discussion of next Sunday Lesson W I Williams 150 Business Session 215 Teacher Training F M Tinder 230 Discussion on Teachers training actually being done in district 250 Successful methods we are Jno W Arnold 310 Teaching function in New Testament W G Montgomery 325 Bible Study D M Walker BenedictionWEDNESDAY EyENING 745 The Bible School Teacher P Y Pendleton I t Side Lights l The Womans May I C G Tate usin i Carpenter 1 Our display of ISpring and Summer Apparel for Ladies I f was never more complete We call j especial attention to our lines of s ISilks Lawns Serge Panama Ginghams Dimity and Batiste Chinese and Japanese Mattings rr Brussel and Axminster Rugs ifg Elegant display of latest style Slip O pers and Hosiery Beautiful line of Lace Curtains ff We undoubtedly have the prettiest stock O of Spring Apparel for Ladies ever brought to tt this section and wantvou to see the goods ttjB THE I Joseph Mercantile Co iIN CORPORATED a I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I J IE 1Ji 4i Mohair We are compelled to move to another store room in this city and before doing so we will make a great reduction in Wall Papers and offer some remarkable bargains Paper that sold at 5Octo 75c we are now selling at from 15c We are making a great run on a less expensive paper that sold from 15c to 30c Now 2C to 8C lo IE3O11 We also have a big lot of different patterns in small quantities that sold from c to TSc ZfcTo We are making big cuts in all our paper and are selling most of it for less than manufacturers prices JlC5i nur iIti A T Jr co LADIES LOOK i I Oc to I i aI e I i Main sf DanvilleI COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15e per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by BANKS HUDSON Heart to Heart Talk No i Dont imagine for an instant that because we are small Jewelers in a small town that we are not prepared to take care of the Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing brought to us in the best possible manner As good as in the city Why certainly Wby not Years of experience in large towns and cities enables proye it and the price is less in most case We Do Hand Engravinga- nd are in touch with the DiamomS Market We know where to get the goods It might be to interest to see us when you need anything in the Jewelry orOptical lines Our Promptness Accuracy and Reliability Hedriclc FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store Iblock I I I I I I r yr yr yr y 11111111111 III IT I I I us to know what YOU get there We do it just as well and can i I y ur Il Motto 11111 JIIJIIIIIIJJl I i eeseeseee eeeeeeoeoseon- oI aevoeooaoasvwveeveo J J WALKER President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest OROANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BANK of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL x SURPLUS B F HUDSOH Cashier W O AntCuhr C D Bookkeeper DWMCSS Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders B E McRoBEBTs Prest J W ELMOBE Cashr- J C EUBANKS Vice Prest B L BnezoN 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED It Is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of too public of a banking nature Equiped with Ik Latest tafwei Volt ill 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 out Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS H K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson Thos Owens J B Haselden B L Elkin V A Lear A B Brown Jr B L W L Lawson T J Price L K Perkins W B Cook E L Woods W G Gooch J C Hempbill H V Bastin T C Bankin B 1 Btnrton I T I I lift Burton IT1ZEN ieu BI War x n i r f Laticestere Ky t fir luikii GIBBONSA E CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAH LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association l t t r r r Lancaster Ky April 24 1908 The man who could give utterance to the following beautiful tribute to the most sacred of human passions may have been an infidel in thought but not at heart Ingersoll never said anything more beautiful when he said Love is the only bow on lifes cloud It shines upon the babe and sheds its radiance on the quiet tomb It is the mother of art inspirer of poet patriot and philosopher It is the air and light of every heart builder of every home kindler of every fire on earth It was the first to dream of immor tality It fills the world with melody for music is the voice of love Love is the magician the enchanter that changes worthless things to joy and makes right royal kings and queens of common clay It is the perfume of that wonderous flower the heart and without the sacred passion that divine swoon we are as beasts but with it earth is heaven and we are gods Safe and sane politics is what the country needs That system of politics that can see no harm in its particular party and no good in the opposition is neither safe nor sane In fact it is the opposite It might be well to keep in mind the fact that no man is good because of his political affilia tion There are good and bad men in all political parties It becomes the bounden duty of every one to vote a gainst an incompetent man or a graf ter no matter which party may have nominated him That anarchy has reached to dan ger point is evidenced from the fact that President Roosevelt insists that it is the duty of tile government to suppress it With this end in view all manner of incendiary literature is to be refused to the mails So far as enacting specific legislation against anarchy a most difficult task is at hand But it should not be such a big task to enact laws against those who incite to deeds of violence and to acts that seek to overthrow law and l order The rich women of New York are divorced so often that it is necessary to keep a sort of memorandum of the exhusbands in order that embarrasing complications may not arise It is re ported that a rich grass in Gotham receives a proposal she an answer until she consults her husband ledger to seeif it is one of her exspouses Dame Fashion is to be commended for eliminating the remains of birds from the hats of women Flowers are more becoming and certainly show a higher degree of civilization than that which sanctioned the innocent birds to gratify a depraved taste If some scientist would turn his to the spring fever microbe and discover something to counteract its effects he would be doing a mighty good thing for humanity and the fe low who is so busy doing nothing that he net find time to help with the house cleaning Reports have it that some one stole 820000000 worth of water from Chicago One can not imagine what any one in Chicago could do with that much water Now if it had been beer there would be some sense to the story of Trouble iscaused by stagnation of theliverand bowels to get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison brings jaundice take Kings New Life Pills the reliable purifiers that do tile work without grinding or griping 25c t McRoberts drugstore 1m r t t orbad defers I attention an Pleat that D r r r I h I widow wlhen s i Death 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 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 wcrld Sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m STONE Mrs Mary B Preston bought a good buggy horse from Mr Mayham of Lan caster at 13000 Mr Linn Cobb sold a good work mule to Mr Bob Long of Buckeye for 87500 A T Sanders delivered a load of corn to Nicholasville parties at 8375 per bblMrs Iva Hicks and children visited liar mother Mrs Mary Snyder part of last week Miss Flora Lee Wiley was the charm ihg guest of Miss Linnie Lee Preston last Saturday and Sunday Misses Pearl and Beatric Sanders and brother Jimmie spent last Mon day with thier cousins Miss Willie and Bessie Pierce near Lancaster Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick spent part of last week with her daughters Mrs John Hicks and Mrs Cora Sanders of this place Mr Bert Stone bought one horse from Mr Alex Walker for S15000 Mr Lin Cobb bought a horse from Mr Sam Leavell for Miss Alice Snyder spent Sunday with the Misses Sanders of Stone Mr William Whitaker and family spent last Sunday with Mrs Jim ClouseMrs Mandy Clouse Miss Linnie Preston and Mrs Blanche Ray are numbered with the sick this week Mr and Mrs Walter Favne was the guest of the latters sister Mrs Charlie Hamm of McCreary part of last weekMr and Mrs Sam Duncan Mr Henry Montgomery wife and baby spent last Sunday with Mrs Mary A Sanders and family Mr and Mrs Lige McMillion spent last S unday with their parents Mr John Ray of Loyd Mr John Carter of California is the guest of his sister Mrs Luther Eaney of Loyd Mr and Mrs John Hicks spent part of this week with their aunt Mrs Emma Posey of McCreary Mr Charlie Hamm and wife of McCreary spent Sunday with Mrs Vivla Favne Mr Robert and Squire Whitaker of Loyd was visitors in Madison the later part of last week A G Preston and wife spent Satur day night with Mrs Mary B Preston Miss Leola B Crutchfiield was the guest of Miss Beatrice Sanders Sun day night 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 ap preciate my recommending it to him that I give it for the preference For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Wise Advice Produce much consume little labor diligently speak cautiously Chinese Proverb 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 McRoberts drug store 1m 8 350 N Y J immediately r BOURNE Several from here attended court at Danville Monday Job Marsee bought seven head of cattle court day at 81600 per head James McWilliams bought a horse Danville parties price 810000 W C Turner sold a good saddle horse I to Dave Ross of Lancaster for 814000 Miss Lottie Hamm of Lancaster spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J P HammMiss Rovesta Turner was visiting Miss Annie Marsee at Lancaster from Saturday until Monday Misses Emma Dunn of Lexington and Alice Hamm of Hickman were visiting their cousin Miss Bertha IIamm recently Jake Carpenter of Irvine was with home folks several days last week Mr Sam Morford and family spent Sunday with Mr Doc Jackson and family at Bryantsville Miss Amanda Joseph of Marksbury was a visitor here Sunday Mr Joe Turner and wife were his brother Mr John Turner and family near Lancaster Sunday Little Miss Joe Marsee of Lancaster Is spending tne week with relatives here 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 suff erers from rheumatic pains FOJ sale by F P Frisbie 1m BUCKEYE Mrs Richard Burton was the guest of Mrs John Dickerson Thursday Lige Ray bought one horse of Steven Walker for 812500 Mrs Bob Long and daughter Francis Ray Gilbert spent Wednesday night with Mrs B Ray Mrs Noah Teater was the guest ot Mrs George Ray Monday Mr Robert Long and Cecil Hendern of Madisen county were the guest of Mr and Mrs Richard Burton Sunday Miss Mae Broaddus after spending everal days with her mother at this place returned to Midway Monday Miss Henerietta Portwood was the guest of Mae Portwood Monday Mrs B Ray and Martha Anderson spent Tuesday with Mrs James Witt Mrs Bessie Ray was the guest of Mrs B Ray Thursday evening Mr Mall Carter and daughter Jennie visited friends in Madison county ThursdayMrs Witt Ana Ray Lizzie Teater Mrs Shelt Teater and Geo Ray was entertained very pleasantly Friday at the home of Mrs A Bogies Mrs Shelt Teater of Mercer county is visiting relatives here this week Geo Ray entertained quite a number of her relatives very pleasant ly SundayMr Long and family spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Raymond Ray Sallie B Lackey was the guest of Jennie Carter Sunday night Notice to Trustees In a recent letter from State Supt he states that the new School District law goes into effect June 15 of this year however this bill does not pro vide for any change whatever in the management of the schools or the selection of teachers for the coming year County Supt Star Cleaning Co L Faulkner Mgr Clothing Cleaned Pressed and Repaired Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 121 I j a I I I j I 1Mrs a I prom visiting I lain s1 Danville I The Night Riders have stopped riding and the people are going to where they can get Bridal Presents Sterling Silver Cut Glass Jewelry Watches Clocks The best quality at lowest prices Your eyes will be Scientifically examined and iIoJJoV IcRobeJts Etc 1 C1 1 1 GLASSESt will be guaranteed to suit them for two years Repairs on Watches Clocks and Jewelry guaranteed for one year Call at the old stand next to National Bank MORROWi 1 0- MCRQ8ERTS Buggies BuggiesII II IIn 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 gone Bargains 1 W J al m ROMANS o omormooom m m oo m m e d DECORATE Inside and Outs a 0 Paper your walls while you paint your house Let sell you the material McRobeif Drug Store I a a us I X I 1 1 r l l x la G Ben D Herndon BONBON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky OMce over Stones drag store i I Herndon 1 ION M K Denny DENTIST J Ogee over Bemdo1Ls 1ewelry to is ill rJffi I I LINE OF I ANEW I I rBrtJ filJ f 1f fJ fi I t i I1 BUGGIES The HICKORY Servicable Durable Comfortable Come in any old and see them Were Smashing Prices VULCAN PLOWS 850 J E Mount Co I have in stock a nice line of Good Me dium and Cheap Carpets Mattings Rugs ETC of which have been boufiht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON It day LOOE aE E I IDa II e JJ- i I I f 1 f J I 1 You know it pays to always buy the best so you will not it by getting Veribest Mixed Paint J lI rlL gtflJ X Jf11 X X I miss I 7 Q for all kinds of painting For sale by W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE A Hardwood Floor of any Color You Choose for 250 i to X fJ m m o oomm e teIam I Floors which are in too condition to be im proved with varnishalone can made to imitate a hardwood floor not the services of a professional wood The Graining Tool takes the skill and can be successfully used by enced man or woman slight expense to enjoy the a new wood floor This when protected one or two coats produces a surface that outwear ordinary varnished many over patentedGraining expen possiblefor Compound Chi Xamel floor fin times FRISBIES DRUG STORE I Come see our r Merry Widow Jt1 Gibson Sailors Gold Medal Shapes Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker hg 0S le 03 ia S Spring 1908 Spring 1908 We call especial attention to our exquisite line of flillinery which is now complet in every respect We have every new creation for Spring and Summer Mrs Ada Kinnaird and Low I i t 1 Local Items Land Sales Mr Zick Elkin sold a farm of 10i acres there miles West of Bryantsvllli t Mr League of Tennessee at 10i per acre Hughes Swinebroad sold for Mr John Gastlneau his residence and 11 acres of land on the Kirks ville road to Mr R M West for 81250 After a brief illness Eb M Lawson died at Liberty Kas last week remains were bought to Lancaster interment Mr Lawson was a clever man and thought of by all who knew him H had been in the West about one year Business Change Messrs Jas A Beazley and Joe Haselden have bought the insurance business of Mr J H Kinnaird and will continue to conduct the same at thi National Bank Mr Kinnaird wil likely locate in Middlesboro The Record predicts much success for thi new firm The L and N will run an excursio to Cincinnati next Sunday Trai leaves Lancaster at five oclock a m Fare is 1 75 The Lancaster Base Ball Team wo the second game of the season b defieating Central University of 8 to The local team is the best that has Lancaster in many years and should be encouraged by liberal patronage from all the people There is a prospect of Lancaster being in a new league composed of several towns in Central Kentucky Let encourage this proposition creating high class amusement lacking in our town at the present time Make Town Attractive Cleanliness is one of the essentials to That city is most healthful that pays strict attention to the question of everything in the best sanitary condition There is an organized effort to make Lancas a beautiful city One of the requisites to beauty is to have clean and attrac When is clean it ison a fair road to beauty Attrac tiveness has a commercial value Hens it is a good thing for business to have everything in a clean condition This will attract people to the city They will come and admire and come again and soon become constant visitors and in the end do their shopping in the city where surroundings are attractive The conclusions of the whole matter must be up and keep streets alleys and back yards In that condition To Make a Good Tonw The man who stands in the way of growth and advancement of the city is much like the fellow who killed the goose that laid the golden egg It takes men of broad ideas and liberal notions to advance the material of a community In planning a campaign for growth there will be many and conflicting opinions as to the best methods Wisdom suggests thnt there should be a spirt of a getting together on some common ground Anything short of this will mean failure That CleaningUp Day How about that general cleanup day Why not take a day off and and plant a tree or shrub or two and have a flower bed Nothing is more pleasing to the eye than flowers and vines The cost of producing them is so small that most any one can have at least a few about the yard and house Vines covering an unsightly back fence would be one way of adding beauty to the town Delays are dan gerous when it comes to seed planting better get busy at once Some Nice Days The weather man is getting down to the regular spring habit and is tbe individual who is enough to get out in the when things are at their best and get a whiff of real morning air Remember The Home Man An exchange has rightly sized up he situation when it says If you ast bread upon the waters it may eturn to you after many days but if cast your dollars into the mai mealstorm it never gets back to vicinity said a believer in pat onizing the home merchant Seeing s believing and when you see an before you buy it you are entitled M believe that it is worth buying it stay unbought if otherwise Thousands of men throughout thii country are bowling down the idea of centralization of government while at same time they are promoting the centralization of trade by spending money with the catalogue houses which are rapidly growing more and more powerful TO THE FARMERS Many companies have cancelled their policies on tobacco barns and the is left without insurance The Home Insurance Co of New York the largest and most popular Fire company in the world has can celled 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 We will call for your Laundry and deliver work promptly Bing up Gulley Hotel 48 Coleman Galley and Leonard Agta U j I Lawson The for bighearted was S represented everyone healthfulness tivesurroundings acity obviousclean welfare compromise cleanup fortunate enterprising morning you order your article the farmer I Insurance I high represented no- m or- t Millers Personals Miss Lena Rigney is visiting the Misses Cotton of Danville Mr William Eikin of Atlanta has been visiting his father T A Elkin Mr Edwin Collier of Middlesboro attended the CollierBurnside wed ding Mrs Della Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Louis yule Mesdames Alexander Kennedy and Banks Hudson were visitors in this week Rev H H Webb and Mr J B Dar nold of Lexington attended the West Darnold wedding Mrs J M Farra has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside in tbe country Mrs Louis Landram has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs A H Rice at the Rossmore Louisville Mrs N B Deatherage and Miss Anna Dejarnett and Mr J W Arnold of guests of Mr and Mrs J JohnsonMr Harris who holds a as telegraph operator in Oklahc ma is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Mrs Sarah Yancey of Lexington was here Tuesday with friends and gave a very interesting talk on Porto Rico at the C W B M convention Numerous very pretty affairs were given for Miss Ethel West Miss Mamie Ballard gave a danity little luncheon to a few intimate girl friends on Friday at which the girl was the center ot interest Stanford Interior Ethelbert Dunn one of the Graded School teachers who went to her home la Garrard quite ill a few days since is still troubled with malaria and wil nut return this session This will be sad news to the many friends Miss Dunn has made here Mrs Horace Herndon of Lancaster spent Friday with her aunt Mrs J C Hays who continues M G Aldridge of Lancaster was here Sunday The attractive home or Miss Annie Herndon was the scene last Thursday Df a pretty reception in compliment to the brideelect Miss Ethyl West Roses carnations palms and smilax formed the artistic decorations In the receiving line were Miss Herndon Miss Ethel West Miss Browning and Miss Bettie West Assisting in the rooms were Mrs J B Kinnaird Mrs B D Herndon Mrs D W Bridges Miss Alberta Anderson and Miss Frankie Kauffman A very interesting card i floral love story of the brideelect and her intended was distributed to fill in vacant words in names of flowers Mrs J E Stormes being awarded the prize a beautiful little fern Miss Herndon is an admirable hostess and understands the art of giving pleasure io her guests Miss Herndon offered stylish and delicious refreshments About 30 guests were present and owned in beautiful style The wedding on Wednesday Miss Ethel West and Rev 0 W Darnold f Glasgow was a handsome Easter affair at the home of the brides on Danville avenue The cere money took place in the bow window f the drawing room which had been decorated in palms roses and Easter lillies Immediately the ceremony Mr J M Farra endered two beautiful songs The eremoney was performed by Rev 3 H Webb of Lexington The couple entered the loom to the strains of Mendelssohns wedding played by Mrs Belle Burnside During the ceremony and Flowers was played softly The couple was preceded by the Misses Annie Herndon and Bettie West sister of the bride The looked charming in a going away of two toned brown tailored suit with gloves and hat to match She carried Easter lillies The maids were oeautifully gowned in white mull and arried pink roses The bride is the laughter of Mr and Mrs W T West and is a beautiful and accomplished Wing lady and is beloved by a wide circle of admiring friends The groom s the pastor of the Christian church n Glasgow Immediately after the ceremony they left for a bridal tour and will be at home to their friends at Glasgow The gifts were extremely handsome and numerous Many out f town guests were present BUENA VISTA Miss Crutchfleld of Wilmore is ith her aunt Mrs Caroline Barnett very ill Mrs Dan Kintz of Wilmore is the of the family of Geo Barnett Misses Mayme Dismukes Bertha hristopher and Alice Scott school at Lexington have been isiting their parents here Born to the wife of Al Williams on the 16th a daughter Howard Lane of Nicholasville was visitor here last week Ed Goins and wife of Mercer have een visiting the latters parents Mr nd Mrs John Johnson Ervin Blakeman and wife spent with Mr and Mrs John Jackson ear Bryantsville Virgil Wilds and Hugh Christopher pent Sunday night with friends in ttcholasville and attend court there londay Mrs Jane Poor has been visiting her laughter Mrs Ballard near Stanford Will Jennings leaves this week for anvils where he will wort during I I Danville Richmond are the position engaged JonrnalMiss illMr parents beautifully preceding Heal ts bridesmaids bride own wbo is guest who attend a Sunday J1 74 is7sSIK ry r Cr New Stylish and Uptodate Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods are arriving daily Our stock will be com plete with everything that is necessary to dress you correctly for Spring Our prices are always consistent with high class merchandise LOGAN co H TI H y f J H H One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole 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 human nature is to be observed when a man discovers something ex ceptionally good he 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 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 the summer Mrs Charlie Cecil of Lexington and Mrs John Christopher of South Elk horn attended the funeral of Mrs Lane last Tuesday Mrs Elizabeth Lane aged 79 died at the home of her daughter Mrs James Christopher Monday 13 She had been a sufferer for years and death came as a relief For 60 years she had been a consistent member of the Methodist church and was ready for the call She was a dutiful mother a kind She is survived by four daughters and two sons Funeral services con ducted by Rev Shepard of Nicholas yule Thos McMurtry lost a horse some time ago supposing the horse had strayed he advertised for him but failed to find him not long ago in over his place he found the horse sunk In the ground dead He had eaten all tue grass with reach and died of starvation Robert Ruble lost a valuable mare Saturday night by getting her head fasten in a fence thus breaking ita neck Small Mm Beat Firemen The board of safety In this city has declared that small mem make the best firemen and accordingly has the rules of qualification and made the minimum height five six inches being a reduction of two Inches The prospective tremem must also weigh at least 15 pounds Findlay Letter to Columbus Dis patch I Born at Sea The nationality of a child born at I sea is that of the flag under which the ship is sailing H Got What He Nine years ago it looked as if my time had Mr C Fathing of Mill Creek Ind Ter I was so run down that lifejrong 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 McBooerts drug store 50o traitor everyone passing 1 revised feet N come usaJl edstrength l neighbor d J B Walker Go RICHMOND XT els for ladies and Childrens Costumes Hg COME AND SEE THEM m want ifwe havent it well get it We can save you good as the best and better than the rest WO B- Mt Coats Suits Dresses g Skirts Underwear Neckwear We carry a line of GOODS thats right Come to see J B WALKER 60 BT- O sj Corner Main and Second Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY I I I I Are showing a most extensive line of highest grade mod ReadytoWear IMake this store your headquarters Ask for what you II a I journey to Louisville or Cincinnati Our goods are as I Ius and we will show you why you should trade with lIS ci II li URII m MUCH CONCERN FELT Ordinary Methods for Treating Catarrh Prove UnsuccersfuL Recent statistics an increase in catarrh shaken the confidence of in the usual prescriptions to safeguard human health from ravages of When stomach dosing proved ineffec the it was natural to look for some other treatment and it is believed that m Hvo mei an absolute cure for all troubles has at last been found Breathed a neat pocket inhaler its healing medication every spot where there are catarrhal germs destroys them vents their future and soothes the irritated mucous membrane so that relief is felt almost instantly while lasting cure is practically sure to The outfit costs but 100 and is sold under an absolute agreement to refund the money if it does not It is the cure for catarrh that has ever been sold under a guarantee to cost nothing unless it cures leading druggists have so much faith in its power to cure D ca to take the risk so if Hyomei does not help you there will not a pennys expense Get an outfit at once OB Sold and guaranteed by have medicalmen catarrhal f tarrhal troubles that they are wing R R MCRobw STOP THE STRENUOUS LEE Orgaaic Vitality d tewanfa distress after eating pecks before tie eyes Ueatiag enroue y ether are wgeriag with ciatrouble Md tfca mesas at oat ef three m th and ether we Bfroaa stomach tablets Neflnag else M mk else caa be ao thorough to rdfeTO It is not a digestive rib of tie atonach the low into sack ceadkkei tiltit deea the erk ta ef it it M eBa ii ite cwatxve aciiea that with every gives a eaanatee t M the remedy dees al thaftit tacit the The of the IIInMouI- Iile is both city adgantry tasoaeh stiffer did tea with ck dizzi the of least two I JIieBL after tile roM I Utad fer the ef ilsida Jat8I8 So rebIe Me Jy Jlelllrtr Wsk Taatlttiet Y 1Mal i atrer sadatraa Five peep toyda when ee yeas ago hesd tee aees sym iadi atia- sl who tewa aio4d elective pot ai irii U seers t haa eaten het a s0aau hat se tsasenl rnectar di trve sad the aiaraelk et m the oast X q i y Jvi t t 1 it Jf ij f1 r 1 t f y 1 7 o S tj pit iJ i1 d V 1 1 t I fI f I ti gf W mt ik Zt fi J B0Z l J itr jJd r II Ifo 1 tu 1 1 i1 l J tLcI tlil ru Hmd1N n Lijct Jto cm fbiis n Irlclltd1 1J tJ t in iJt CG14srr p T01 CURED I haVv for the four Y with what octor etHed n friend 111 to UcrnDe and I di and LU UCW cured I would not he without it for tho f 110 p1cauro in recollllllcnding it to my I J r j LLL Ij vihz k J t I 2 ZSf L1 i C1PSli cr 10 tO Cflfl 1 1trr or yir tycm it1l Li t C4mtpatoL d IvrfrDypepsb oTia ci Lvr- i czcNKjZCfl tronitl tr circni constipation alII E7idvi ue so 1ciithch II Pleasing and Effective II Iii A Positive Cure Pl ICE soc Band UnlmeiltCo- i 500 E02 Scond St ST AlO- r I r Ft Sncw rrti LOUiS J s r c r3o Ii y R E McROBERTS Trotter bay roan stallion lof hands foaled 1903M- ninbrino 1atchcn 58 IKfi Sire of 25 lams of 1M Sire of 13 dams of J Avyrs by Abdullah Color Dam of Simmocolon Great brood mare Stratlnnore J Sire of Mi dams of 181 Coral by Clark Chief feB Great brood mare f Tennessee Wilkcs 2735 Sue of ssdams of lJ7 I Record 227 Lizzie hayden by Tea ada Sire of 23 including 10 In vine ii Sister to Mnzctte 2a Ji1 215 Great brood mare Matar 2144 and Mat Ten 22Ji I MoEwen 471J 2 lb 4 IMarcola Sire of m dams of 5 Dam of 3 Widow Maloue by J rail da 111 of 3 Fatcblcss is a bay roan stallion 15 J hands high 5 years old this spring lie 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 has plenty of natural speed and is so well gaited and richly bred that 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 204 and two others while his second dam is a great brood mare being the dam of three with fast records In this young 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 tile season of 1903 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 Telephone 191U Lancaster Exchange BUCKEYE KY r 1 n rn Ahdal1nh j l Lady en 11S i Jelmoll J lteenrd en Sire of Ze1ha IlLS Ij l c etc I 5 M9 l En- field 1 day but h stallion- is STAPP Patchless I lath More 1 Mack l I 2iJ7 u George Vilkes 2 t THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A DESSY President J E STORMES Yice Prest S C DESNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Ca- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIUECTOU- SSaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L Gill IL WANTED To buy Oak and Beech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to the Kentucky Hardwood Floor ing Company Beech st near Woodland Ave LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY MB CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discof KILLTHECOUCH WITH I FOR cOUCH OLDS PRICB IIlie AFileTrI J P Wearren BLACKSMITHING and General Repair Work Horse Shoeing A Specialty All Work Guaranteed Have your horse shod right Also rubber pads put on If I stop your horse from cutting I will give your money back Carriage work promptly done All work guaanteed J P Wearren AU LUNGThOURLE dopt t TNRSATANB GUAPLNTEDSATISPACTO1o SafetjDepit Boxes forRent I WP Solicit BnsinessIYour 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 Cough Caution Ifyon cough even from a simple cold only you should always heal soothe ease the irritated bran dual tubes Dont blindly suppress it with a stupefying poison Its strange how some things finally come about Fortwenty years Dr Snoop has constantly warned not to take cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And little late says Put iton the label if poisons are in your Cough Mixture Good I labels and none in the medicine else it must by law be on the label And its not only safe but itIs to be by those that best a truly re xnarkable remedy Take no chance then VT bnoop Compare carefully the Sh D package with others and note the difference poison marks there You can always be cm safe side by dm nding Dr Shoops Cough CureR E McROBERTS inol Never positveyneverpoison your lungs nowathoughCOngress cry good ShoopCough said particularly with your children Insist on Cough Cure having Dr o IAIAT Mrs Rice the mother of Mr G W Rice who has been very sick for the last month is improving very fast Currey the son of Mr G W Rice who had his leg brother is improving rapin 13 Miss Murrutb the charmint guest of Mr Dan Burchelis family has returned to her home in are indeed very glad to state that Miss Margaret Pullins is better at this writing after being very ill the past week Mr and Mrs Roy Ott will take rooms at the Veranda hotel the first of MayMr Joe Nave of Danville spent the day with Mr Mason Pullins family WednesdayWA who has been confined to his bed for some time is improving Mrs Robinson of Lancaster is visit her mother Mrs Eliza Wallace who has been sick for quite a while Miss Doria Melealy has returned home after a very pleasant visit to her aunt at McCreary Mr T R Slavin has sold his store and other building to Mr J D Nave of Cartersville Itch in the skin Not in the Blood People with Eczema etc Made Grievous Error by Taking Medicine into the Stomach When your hand is scalded with hot water until it blisters and burns you dont drink medicine to cure it You apply a healing lotion to the injured skinEczema psoriasis sale rheum barkers itch and other such diseases of the skin can not be cured by filling the stomach with medicine any more than you can cure a burn by drinking medicine To cure these diseasee you must apply the remedy on the part affected The diseases named are caus by germs in the skin Kill the germs and the disease goes away and the skin is left pure and white as nature intended it to be That mild simple liquid oil properly compounded in D D D Prescription routs the germs and heals the skin so perfectly that you can never tell where the disease was No tongue can tell nor pen portray what I suffered for ten years from Eczema writes Mrs R It Latta of Garrison Mo I was treated by the best doctors in the west but received no benefit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound and well Six or eight months have passed and there is no sign of a return My advice to all is dont delay Begin the use of D D D at once and be cured We have carried D D D for a lung time because we known it takes away the itch and we oelieve it to be an infallible remedy in the treatment of Eczema and other skin diseases R E McRoberts Lancaster Better Than Others Swartz Bros Austerlitz Ky say Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy not only cured our hogs of cholera but it is the best tonic and conditioner for hogs we have ever used J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Great Success F P Clay Jr Paris Ky says 1 have had great success with Bourbon Poultry Cure On several occasions have cured chickens that were too sick to walk or stand up Have lost but one old chicken this year Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Announcement 1 wish to make the public announce ANoeldecesa ed carried a life policy with the Mutual Benefit Newark N J for 1000 for the term of 16 years same amount was promptly paid by their respresenative Mr Ed C Gaines the Insurance Agt Lancaster Ky Signed Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty As Executor of Samuel R Dudderar I will on THURSDAY MAY 14th 1908 at his late residence about one half mile from Goshen Church in Lincoln county Ky offer for sale at public outcry his homeplace of about 325 acres containing a two story frame dwelling of 10 rooms all necessary out buildings and well fenced and about 30 acres of unimproved land about 1 mile East of Goshen church also the follow ing personal property 4 aged work mules 10 2 year old cattle a lot of cows and calves a lot of hogs about 300 barrels of corn about 600 bushels of wheat 3 calves farming imple msnts and machinery household and kitchen furniture 1 lot of bacon i in sok scales 1 surrey 1 b ggy harness saddle wan 10 shares of stock in tile Garrard Bank and Trust Co and shares of stock in the First National Bank of Stan ford Ky Possession of all the land except the part now in cultivation to be given as soon as terms of sale are complied with Tile terms will be announced on the day of sale A C Robinson Executor of Samuel Dudderar Chandler Auctioneer Important Notice Having sold my store to Mr J s D Nave I must close up all the outstanding business without de lay Those indebted to me will please call and settle at once as the business must be wound up 4t T I I Parl svill e- We I of wintergreen ment that myhusbandR PatUe Noel inter e t 31 J P RSlavin I llLh Dove j Headquarters for Harness Ilasel den Bros 43tf Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t V J Romans Best Seed Potatoes 120 cts per bn tf S I Turner Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Fresh fish ever Friday at Turners meat market if Cane and Miiiet Seed fur snip tf Hanks Hudson Come and see our line of glass ware whether you buy or not 2t W II Ward Now is the time to get your bee hives Lancaster Plaining Mill 2m For Sale Single comb White Legon eggs 0c per setting J G Doty J r R F D No 2 Paint Lick 3D 1 good new rag carpet to exchange for produce W II Ward Cane and Millet Seed for sale tf Batiks Hudson We will be open for business at once and will appreciate your patronage and see that vou are well fed for 2ou Sandwiches pies fish etc for short lunches Come and see us when hungry Sutton Ward For a good buggy see Ilaselden Bros 43tf Bring me your Produce 2t W II Ward Have your guttering and pumps by 43tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains VfJ Romans For an uptotlate ball room out fit see Ilaselden Bros 43tf For Hames collars trace chains and pads see Ilaselden Bros 43tf Eggs 12c cash II B Northcott liens Die to lOc II B Northcott We have just opened a new line of cleaneasy glass ware any price from 5c to 40c per they are beauties and so easily kept clean 2t W II Ward Please call and pay your account and save further expense This means you if owe us Mount Elkin Look at my lina of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed lm White Plymouth Rock eggs f0cts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Leaveil Ky lm For Sale Two thorough bred Duroc Jersey boars red as blood line as silk and ready for service J F Robinson tf at National Bank New Resturant Booth Sutton W IT Ward have rented the old Zimmer stand and are now opening a first class restaurant and confectionery They will handle an up to date line of candies cigars and fruits Mrs Sutton will have charge of the dining room wnich will insure every one gets plenty to eat If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee im Reduced Prices After April 15 Barred Rock EggsoOc for 1C 100 for 200 hen and 20 chicks 200 chicks Tic each Frying chickens per doz Walton E Moss For Sale 1 16 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 G Y Conn For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house all out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike i mile from church right at school in agood neighborhood Apply to Morf ord Dunn Bourne Ky 1 24 Cm 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 100 lbs of Arbuckles coffee for 35cts give us an order and we guarantee a tit See H C Hamilton W H Ward To Whom It May Concern Read tills if you please and you will see it means you Have you any sick lame or diseased stock of any kind Have you any horses that chew with their heads turned to one or bad while eating or driving or continually pull to one side of the road Have you any that look rough or poor and can not get them fat Have you any with weak eyes or I make a specialty of treating all diseases of domestic animals horses hogs dogs sheep and cattle 1 also feel that I can claim a pro ficiency over a great many of my professionals Having practiced my profession forty two years with good success twenty one years in Canada and twentyone years in this country yet I do not claim to know it all and neither am I a cure all I make a specialty tf removing all kinds enlargements or malformation of stock namely Shoulder boils warts absesses poll evil fistula ring bcne blood bog and bone spavin and from whatever cause or kind 1 also have a patent clip for cracked hoof Call and see me while I am here All consul taoin and examination free of charge and if I think I can do your any good by treatment I will tell you and if you wish them treated I will tell you what it will cost before I treat them then you can do as you please and we will still te friends as ever DR M B WHITE Veterinary Surgeon office at Arnolds Livery stable Lancaster Residence adjoining W R Cooks residence new Danville 2m Business Items I 1 See us fur Imgics f1 r ss I I pie e anyhour 600 2t siGe slobber moon- eye Ibroth- er I lameness pi e II ar- niltf 1Ixsoldei LitJs repaired Hemp Scad for Sa e 1 have Uvutily lnihet ytLUiue icuiiivttitd hemp seed for sale 1 1 Hamilton Lancaster Ky tf Eggs For same S CRI Ilds 100 for 15 S P Whitman in wn Leyln ijK Oc for 15 Remember hrads hey ii si tirjrs are lie breeds that yiek c j pnRt SA Hill S3mus HyattsvHIeKy 50 000 feet of b eh lumber this be he litie ruuibfr in tiiitry Aiy mio wisiiiin a iiiil i l iu in bur sawed WJMIC di well This hniiitr is on Herring farm HI Mirlsiiury Ky Joe A Idridge Phone 33 Lancaster Ky lm An Ordinance An ordinance to prevent papersstag nant water dead animals fowls and other filth and garbage from being thrown on the alleys and streets of KyBe Council of KentuckyItGrin or corporation to throw or piace any papers dead animals fowls water manure or other filth or garbage on the streets or alleys of tile City of Lancaster Ky and any one so offending shall be tined not ex ceeding twenty dollars Tills ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and as required by law MayorWApproved Apr G 1QS to L- n I t hat tilt lit ilil For Sale fmc f t to rut manure stagnant time 22 frbg lib ee publication 1903 GREAT COMBINED STALLION 2500 FOR A LIVING FOAL Out of62 shows h9 won 50 blues 9 reds unplaced 3 times 1467 Foaled 1S beautiful black K hand high aad wvhcha I2W n jLi A splendid foot nud leu with lots of hock action There i not a hMs pedigree titan UexArbuekle lie inherits sfiuiiim from tW who was invincible in the show ring and the hv of mauy rtancE5 BY awM in tnHiftwmasfiitr sqpfb nHfQ fftiNtt fctit xrQrlH wicHi inrwsRoworosdw in hi 501x1 ofl Ifttivtoio S McDONALD S3S nUll great skit REX DAM knee his 1 bJiiniit 1ftig show Read this letter from a grateful parent ZXXESVILU O Jan 8th TW I UUy ii Riiany I Tvoiulerfu i rep I E ema i Our little short of marvelous Yours truly C B MOORE Agent Wens Fargo Co 1acllio Kxpress Tim Chicago GrIt1eme1 can t Jthfnn-Yt tht DOD certAinly a for boY wa trouble Ilh- I t r year aud we I tlue- tor with tlUrern doctors I for ttve years r at and Iao many I advertlaed at IaH ro per Fuadetl to buy a bottle of n 11 D at tths ll1tr IIlIlCY anit try It I sin to ay that after bottles of D P D at Ntthour boy IJ sound and cud no FIn of left Icuplu that ilceucaftertIweycars fir Ulllol1 ecems tout lii- I Ia having re- srItioa jillti tiw drug etora uotig various retd1aw- Iion WO the very using see Ia4I cen1 say this itIering Combined Stallion Chester J w J Jr rich ln rs I liiirhS sjinil iiilAvill mnkerhc f ii ikf ItS t n n half mile fran Kirksviile pike aiil I1 JMiles from Hyattsville t Soo To Insure a Living Colt w lift i colt is f ai l ir with A lien rvtaiuc on colt tor ri taunoiicv J C GASTAXEArIlyuttsville Ky bansyear old Jl brt bay swt aetn MOliey 1r are part REX ARBUCKLE Eczema Sufferers The case of Herbert Moore is but one of hundreds yes thousands REMEMBER WE OURSELVES CAREFULLY IN THIS REMEDY BEFORE ACCEPTING THE AGENCY IN OUR HOME TOWN Knowing that D D D will cure any kind of skin trouble whether a Ring Worm Eczema Barbers Itch Psoriasis or other skin diseases we have decided to recommend it in pref even to our own prescriptions E McRoberts vESTIOATED reD I I IlL But we realize how mans times the poor skin sufferer has paid good money for so called blood remedies for smeary salves useless ointments and harmful soaps We do not want you to speed a cent until you are convinced hence the f a LARGE SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE sufficient sample to otTer of prepaida We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking Jljrrr f jVn tail xss T s ii uy of 10 t jr Curt Robinson Lancaster 33 Notice To Bee Keepers The Lrtnrcster I aii nj Mil i a cHt Mersfora bee sap on hand at uil times st the low st pii sible prices Call see ur tock A F D C Sanders prop 2m CHESTER JEWEL Jr j tnt o lm iuds iti W of and SuI fi Mrs Ut kep iuanhiitit RfltL ads for Five Years Here is a boy whom D D D Prescription cured quick of Eczema andat a totalcost of 3 oo afterall other remedies and many doctors failed Doctored We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but know that a great i many of the best have overcome their former prejudice and now advise their j patients to simply get DDD from the drug N store at 100 a bottler You will agree with us N that credit is due these physicians for thus sac H rificing the larger fees 42 writing out their own prescriptions do physicians they could make by uc Vill this convince you Or will this at least influence you enough so that will investi o ae gate further Investigation all we ask Investigation will prove you that this pleasant external D D Prescription is based on the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by killing and dislodging the Eczemu germ is I o liquidD SIMPLES FREE take away the itch ant cite indications of 33 cure Dont spend a cent at our store until you the free sample and have fount thatyou too are relieved and will be cured like ill the others Who doubted at first Cut this ad out mail it to the Co Suite 112120 Michigan Street Chicago and tin Ire le bottle will be sent at use carl hare ried DoDD E L Woods Presu W C Fish Vice Presu W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I CAPITAL 16fooooo SURPLUS 900000 M COY BL ARNOLD RGGDYN JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS WCFISH 1 DTRWORS II Our Customers are Fully Protected by and Casuality Insurance The Danville Laundry Guarantees Work Fidelity s it LLe fajsP- utifwsiUc tMntiibtf B rtuutd mite poutlry ramiiti pnys 2sT w is the time f year to feed your fowls at good tonic Remember that only healthy It 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gapes and Limber neck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken J to dr ps or I times a I ty as a preventive each chicked I tt 3 drops in the feed once a day Price 0c N cure m pav Guar aeiteed y It K Mi linger Es I July BSakes Klrfnegs sad Bladder EIGht tIll1 heRS hip It t t ioL1YMcThEYc1JRE r TES I etaniI give Vrrrdfuge 1905 MISS RIChMOND 551I THE Ift1 J J GURTEEU FAEUYk THE CKLDSEir iTH TONIC I MO o tY ar meat I J os I BznJ i rtRolJcrts Drug Store Lv Tsroto- r4i WCZ pcpAO Lntp Cot A famous shoW mare in her day DENNY Lancaster KentuckyI IIWALKE1 FOLEYS- i and TAR i CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption F fe s Ifoaey anti Tar not only stops the cough butheals and the lungs and prevents serious r suits from a cold I There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumptioa or other serious luny trouble if Fotoys ItaMy and TarIs taken as it will cure most stubj born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do t fe risk Pneumonia when Ftfvys Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs j Remember name FMM9 y Tar and refuse may substitute offered with some unknowm preparatloa foMj costs you the same whet you gut Fefays Hmmmy ami Tar that coat you mi erea d issafe ad caxtate in results Contains a opiates E H Jones Pastor M E ChurcfcJ Grove Md writes About eightyears ago I had avery savor col4J which physicians said was pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through A friend I was induced to try a sample Honey and Tar which gave o much relief I bought aomi the regular size Two or tkra botttasj cured me of what the physicians 11 consumption and I haw never hail any trouble with my throat artasaaiaaw that time t Three sizes 25c SQefc 101 The 50 cent contains tw aadi onehalf times as much as the small I I I I t HONEY I strengthens the coughsthe I this Do not take chancM cat T t ellFoleys that 811 size s and the 100 bottis almost much au Itc c 1 E Stormes Coughs andOolds Nsss aNd aRd IIISdAftW Pkyiua- ad Cssiipsis sev eel very asaj as I A EclE1 1