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THE CENTXtXETXEXTH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY AR1 YEAR 1 Nrr Jl Ji I RTEcOPD G SOS NewStylish and Uptodate Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods are arriving daily Our stock will be com everything that is necessary to dress you correctly for Spring Our prices are always consistent with ihigh class merchandise LOGAN w L Douglas Shoes FOR Men and Boys SMITH HERRING r i i B g g plete with IH T 4 I Best World For The Price I L x 3xzxnxnrn iI H C liThe k Items of Local Interest Sale of Town Property Hughes Swinebroad sold for W Amon the Joseph propertyon Stanford street to Dr Marshall K price 1GOO As this is very desirable prop erty the sale is quite a bargain Interesting Old Coin Mitchell Kelly who resides on the old Danville pike showed The Record a coin which has attracted much at tention He found it near Dix river bridge in a field and it bears the in scriptions United States of America Libert 1804 Its value reads Half Cent 1 200 It is of copper and well preserved lIe has had many large offers for it Ships Some Fine ones Mr W B Burton is in Richmond Va this week with a splendid lot of hors es which were entered in the big sales at that place The consignment made a full car load and every one was tip top Mr Burton is one of the most prominent horsemen in the South and knows every good point to be found in the animal lie always has a lot of good ones in his barns and his industry puts many dollars in in this section Change of Plans Paris farmers who had intended to plant liberally of oats have given up the idea and will plant their fields in corn One farmer who had prepared a field of fifty acres to plant to oats and who had during the last week of March seeded about one acre when the rains came and put a stop to further operations says this little patch of oats is up nicely while the remainder of the field remains un sown He says he will now plant the entire field in corn and feed the seed oats he had purchased to work stock An Enjoyable Occasion The local lodge of Odd Fellows gave a most enjoyable banquet at their hall Monday evening and the occasion will be remembered as one of the most in teresting ever held in Lancaster There were about 225 present and all did ample justice to the elegant spread Senator Geo Farris acted as toast master and many happy replies were made The welcome address was delivered by Hon R H Tomlinson while Capt Wm Herndon made the response The Record regrets that lack of space prevents a more elaborate write up of the occasion but the ad vertisers claim the lions share of our space just at this season Buy Store In Stanford Interior Journal The Stanford Drug Co has partially changed hands again Mr J Randolph Harris buying out the interest of Mr J A Walden The business will now be known as the New Stanford Drug Co and Mes srs Harris and W K Shugars propose to make it an up to date drug store in every way Besides adding new lines and replenishing the present stock they will have the store room worked on plate glass windows will be put in and many other improvements made These gentlemen are originally from Lancaster but each married Lin coln county girls and have decided to settle down in the best town on the map Lecture Sunday Night Youel Mirza a young Persian who is studying at Central University will deliver a lecture at the Lancaster Presbyterian church next Sunday evening t 730 his subject being Persia the customs and habits of the people This young man is striving to earn his way through college and the people should do all in their power to encourage and help He comes from a prominent family in his country and is a young man of much ability He is a cousin to the Shah of Persia No admission fee will be charged but a freewill offering will be taken He has given his lecture in several neigh boring cities and was very much liked Indeed All are most cordially invited to come and hear this worthy young Wool Growers Do not tie your wool with sisal or binder twine Woolen manufacturers are up in arms against this practice and are more and more refusing to cept from wool dealers wool that is tied with sisal or binder twine and the time has come when the buyer of wool must discrimminate against wool tied with this kind of twine for the reason that in untying the fleeces it is to remove sisal or binder twine without leaving some of the fibres in the wool and this causes a defect in the goods when made to the and expense of the woolen manu facturer who has to put such pieces of cloth among his defective goods It leaves white or yellow streaks through out the good as the strands of sisal or binder twine will not tak any dye A purchaser of woolen cloth hard ly accept a piece streaked with white or yellow strands of sisal that had not taken dye Wool should be tied with some bard twine tbat will not rub off or unravel into the wool It is in the power of the wool growers to improve the value of their wool by proper tag gins using tbe loose bound wiry sisal J E cIrcula- tion NewsMany man a impossible annoyance would As this issue goes to press a heavy snowstorm is raging Sleet fell dur ing night Berry Osbourne the fisherman who has brought in so many nice ones has had a phone put in his home and you can reach him by ringing 185 Z The local base ball team had a date with the Middleburg team but the latter failed to show up The Lancaster lads have several dates away from home next week and we believe theyll make it interesting for all with whom they lock horns Fine Show of Horses Monday was regular horse show day and there were about fifteen splendid animals exhibited on the streets The crowd greatly enjoyed the exhibition and it proved that our people have de termined to raise better horses and de vote more time to the industry A Good Court Day April county court brought a big crowd to town Monday and business in all branches was fine Capt Am Bourne says demands for stock were good and gives the following report Sows and pigs 16 to 23 plug horses 30 to 60 mules to 85 cattle 4cts to 5cts There was a big crowd on hand Instructions For Fairbanks At the republican county conven tion last Saturday the delegates were instructed in favor of Fairbanks as candidate for president There were many Garrard republicans for Secretary Taft but as Senator elect Bradley was a Fairbanks man there was no disposition to antagonize his wishes Two Fires There two alarms of fire sounded Wednesday afternoon the first being caused by a blaze in a Battle Row cab in and the second from a fire in the Sweeney store room The latter was caused by wires In a moving picture machine becoming crossed Both fires were quickly extinguished without use of the big hose Junior Builders Thankful Builders of Christian church wish to thank the audience for its appreciation and generosity on Easter Sunday night and to return especial thanks to the following help ers during preparation for Easter Services Mesdames Higginbotham Ross Bastin Sam Johnson J A Amon Misses Nell Johnston Margaret Mount Mrs Sanders Mr Wright our organist Mr West and the Janitor The offer ing at the Junior Easter Service was 4000 Mr Armstrong Dies in Texas The many friends of the family will regret to learn of the death of Mr J S Armstrong which occurred at Dallas TexasSunday Mr Armstrong was the soninlaw of the late Capt Frank J White of this city and was well known and liked by all our people who bad the pleasure of his acquaintance He was 56 years of age and died sud denly of heart disease Be is survived by his widow and two daughters Mrs Edgar Flippen Minnie May and Mrs Hugh Prather lohnetta who have the deepest sympathy of their Lancas ter friends in their great bereavement Mr Armstrong was formerly of and for years was a member ot II I for Wednesday 65 WetheJunior Louisville republican the Armstrong Grocery Company at present the American Grocery Com pany About eighteen years ago Mr Armstrong moved to Dallas where he went into the wholesale grocery busi ness Afterward he went into the banking business and was president of one of the largest banks in Dallas Tex Five years ago he organized the Armstrong Packing Company business be remained until bis death Mr Armstrong was president of the Texas State Fair during the past six years He was generally considered the wealthiest man in Dallas Examinations The examination for common school graduates will be held at the office of the County Superintendent on the 8th and 9th of May The examination for white teachers will be held at the of the County Superintendent on the 15th and 16th of May and the examination for colored teachers on the 22nd and 23rd of May County Superintendent I in which office Not better fffi I i But betterI SEE KNOT TkAT JAeazle lo Arterial ul Cavity Ertalw f Office on Danville Street I I SEr TWAT KNOT than the best the rest I M Highest grade standard heavy guage farm fencing ijjyj The only fence manufactured with no sharp bend or kink in the line wire By this method of construction the knot M is relieved of all tendency to loosen when subjected to ii strain or contraction or expansion caused by heat or cold and inasmuch as there is no possibility of rupturing galvanizing or fiber of the line wire rust is prevented and jlL the life of the entire fence is greatly prolonged 1 The ANTHONY FENCE A Car Load Just Received See sample in front of Our Store Sold only bj HASELDEN BROS I fm ItJ j the- E 1 i J Ol UNDERTAKER I FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS STOCK Our display of Spring and Summer was never more complete We call especial attention to our lines of Silks Lawns Serge Mohair 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 DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST Work Ring phone No 48 and we will call ror and deliver work icfcly 1 IIIIIIII aRaRaRaRlRlRlIItlltlRlRI- RI II I II Apparel for Ladies II II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t1E The IA ear LADIES LOOK 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 seme remarkable bargains Paper that sold at 50c to 75c we are now selling at from 1 Oc to We are making a great run on a less paper that sold from 15c to 3Oc Now c to 8C We also have a big lot of different patterns in small quantities that sold from lOo to TSo lo aOl We are making big cuts in all our paper and are selling most of it for less than manufacturers prices I u a ot r Ir l S saiEr 2eIlaiW m S mf Ii 15c expensive i oW a i r i y 1 i Main st Dauville COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Bollards 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 Why not Years of experience in large towns and cities enables us to know what you get there We do it just as well and can prove it and the price is less in most case We Do Hand Engravinga- nd are in touch with the Diamond Market We know where to get the goods Itmight be to your interest to see us when you need anything in the Jewelry or Optical lines Our Motto Promptness Accuracy and Reliability Hedrick Frtefoie Jewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store m 4 I I I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTIIIILIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I II1I1111 1111111lllllllllLI llllI aaeeeweaeeeseee- I o II1SSee J J WAL eartgraeideat Thou Owens VA Lear W Cook H X Herndon L Lawson w B If tilkin B L Burton Iu KvPerldhs W G Goocb t BinksHudson r J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Bankin B B nib I L i GIBBONSA E J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tfc CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ls w SUEPWS it M B F HUDSOW Cashier W O Bias Asst Cashr G D WALKKR Bookkeeper Basioess Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Jobnson B F Hudson J X Walker T K Arnold Jna A Sanders B B McRoBBBTS Prest J W ELMOBB Cashr- J C EUBAKKS Vice Prest B L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS AMt Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking naive Bquiped wf- tftIkfcst Yirit ill Safe oScered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu seas experience wellknown to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the eetablishiBg of relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For tbe cwtody of your valuables smote one of onr Safety Deposit Dox They suit be seen to be DIRECTOR I iKy It the tltutlon to buDell I Lauictstr Is ainr I ref lu Pry aie too lll l appreciate H T Logan J B Haseldnrj A B Brown Jtfr T J Price BL Woods CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kya SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky May 1 1908 To date the prospects for a good big fruit crop are flattering But unless some active and drastic measures are taken to stop the ravages cf the San Jose scale there will be mighty few fruit trees left in this part of the State for further crops Few persons seem to realize the gravity of the situa tion and the immediate danger that threatens all the fruit trees Over in an Ohio town an effort was made to lynch an opera singer This only shows that now and then the worm will turn It is not just the thing to encorage law violations but a few lynchings of this nature would tend to elevate the opera singer stage A man down in the southern part of the state asks for a divorce from his wife because she Dersists in wear ing a merry widow hat He thinks it is sort of giving him a gentle hint to shuffle off and make room for her to spread herself The circus season will not open as early as usual this The mana gers hold that the people will not go to the show until their coal bills are all paid but if the delay is too long the ice man will be getting in his work There is a strong suspicion on the part of many that winter is trying to scramble back into the lap of spring Quite rude on his part indeed It is all right to contend that the clothes do not make the man but just the same the wise fellow wears his best when he goes courting A very large proportion of the trouble in the world is the kind that never happens It so often happens that the is simply a man who didnt get in on the game PAINT LICK Dave Pullins of Conway was here for a few days There has been some corn planted in this section Prospects for a big wheat crop are very flattering Miss Lena Dunn and nieceMiss Mar garet Pullins were recent visitors in LancasterMrs DeParim and Miss Ella Dunn of Danville are spending the week with Mrs Henderson Whites family who have been in Florida have rented the house of Mr W S Fish Mrs Whites parents will also return soon Mr W 0 Mays has bought the Dr Ramsey farm of about 425 acres 60 an acre and will move to same first of the year The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater extent accord ing to altitude To overcome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and general debility tile most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness and in somnia Sold under guarantee at B E McRoberts drug Price 50c 1m Notice to Trustees In a recent letter from State Supt he states that the new School District Jaw goes into effect June 15 of this year however this bill does not pro ride for any change whatever in the suBflgement of the schools or the selection pf teachers for the coming year County Supt I I I I I I I I Mr J F paying year reformer store ifbTrbTfs mnnnrtf irftro o o 7f irs s The News In Garrard Points About Petple Stock Items Sales Marriages General Notes ooooo ooob oooooo e 1111111111111111iJII ooe eNOMe BOURNE Mrs Nancy Marsee remains quite sick at this writing Mrs Allen Sherrow bought a cow and calf at Lancaster for 27 50 Mr Jonah Marsee of Marksbury was visiting his motherMrs Nancy Marsee SundayMrs Blakeman of Buena Vista was with her parents Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Noah Marsee of Lancas ter visited relatives and attended preaching here Sunday Messrs J T Upton and George of Faulkner were visiting Mr Job Marsee and family Sunday Mrs Lena Morford and little son Tony of Winchester are with her father Mr George W Sherrow Mrs Edith Aldridge of Bryantsville was with her parents Mr and Mrs J P Hamm Saturday and Sunday Miss Mayme Grace Adams of Nich olasville attended preaching here Sun day and was the guest of her uncle Mr James McWilliams and wife Mrs Tom Morford and children of Danville spent the latter part of the week with Mr S N family BUENA VISTA Virgil Scott and wife visited relatives in Jessamine Sunday The private school of Miss Florence Chiistoper closed last Friday James Spoonamore wife and baby of Illinois are with relative here A series of meetings will begin at Mt Olivet Monday night May 10 James Spilman of Harrodsburg was mingling with friends here last week Mr and Mrs A T Scott are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter on the instJohn Ison attended the Laymens Missionary Convention atChattanooga last week Miss Eliza Barnett of Wilmore attended the burying of her step mother last Friday Mrs W T King and daughter Miss Virginia visited Miss Maddelle King at College this week J H Lane was elected Sunday to represent Mt Olivet church at the District conference which convenes in Lincoln county Mrs Caroline Barnett wife of the late Dudley Barnett died at her home near here last Thursday Funeral conducted by Rev Ross interment at Mt Olivet burying ground Mrs Bar nett was a faithful Christian foryears having untited with the church in girlhood Gentleness kindness and patience characterized her life BKYANTSYILLE Mr Sam Rose is in Virginia Mr J W Perkins is at home from St LouisMr Grimes sold a horse to Mr J H Dunn for 175 Mr and Mrs Noel Jean of Danville were here Monday Mr and Mrs J C Williams spent Sunday with relatives at Burgin Mrs W J Hogan is in Lexington visit ing her daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnProf Milton Elliott of Lexington was over to see his brother Dr W M ElliottMiss Battle Durham of Lancaster spent last week with Dr and Mrs J H DurhamMrs H Ballard and Belle will go to London Monday to the meeting of the W H M S Mrs John Johnson has returned to her home at Livingston after visiting her mother Mrs Josephine Boner Mr Tom Dunn of Mackville was at home this week before returning home Miss Anna Kay Jenkins will accompany him to Georgetown for a visitMr W M Jenkins of Indianapolis who has been spending several weeks with his father Mr C M Jenkins will go to Georgetown Friday for a short stay with Mr C T Jenkins I Morford and I I I Miss Pattie attend J Walker BUCKEYE Mr John P Long visited relative here Thursday Mrs A C Miles visited friends ii Nicholasville Monday Master J W Burton is suffering ver much from the measels Miss Atrice Noel is visiting Mrs Pattie Miles this week Mrs Printus Walker was the guesl of Mrs B Ray Thursday Mrs B Ray was the guest of MR Alice Ray Friday evening Mr Willson Hurt was the guest ol Mrs Harrson Ray Sunday Bogie was in Nicholas ville Wednesday on business Mrs Mall Carter and family were the guests of Mrs Ann Locker Sunday Mr John Bogie spent Wednesday very pleasantly with Lewis McCuley Mr Bob Long and family was the guest of Mr and Mrs B Ray Saturday Mr and Mrs John M Amon have christend their baby James Mr A C Miles bought 25 lambs cf Andrew Hemphill at 6 35 per hun dred Mrs Coffee and Mrs Rogers are in Adair county visiting relatives this weekMiss Alice Snyder of Stone was the guest of the Misses Dickerson MondayMr Miles formily of Lexng ton spent Easter with his parents of this place Mrs John Dickerson give a dinner Wednesday in honor of her son Edward Miss Jennie Carter and Aerbert Whittaker were tbe guest of Miss Pat tie Walker Sunday Miss Sallie B Locker entertained Misses Mary Daily Michal Price Ida and Minnie Teater very pleasenty Saturday night STONE Born to the wife of J W Sanders boy on the 23 Mrs Martha Teater still remain dangerously ill Mrs Mary B Preston is numbers with the sick Mrs Johnson Speaks is visiting hei mother Mrs Cyrus Moberly Quite a number from here attendee preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday Miss Alice Snyder was the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Jno Hicks dayMrs Chas Hamm of McCreary with her sister Mrs Walter Fayne weekMr John visited Mr L I Sanders and wife from Saturday until SundayMr M Crutchfield and daughter Mamye visited at Mr Jno Oyerstreeti last Monday Mr and Mrs Waler Payne are rejoic ing over the arrival of a fine boy on the 22 of April Mrs Feachie Grow and daughter Pearl visited at Mrs M A Sanders Sunday night Messrs Mead Teater and Jepth Onstott went to Nicholasville with hemp Saturday Miss Ella V Hicks of Loyd is charming guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs Joe Hicks this week Messrs Tom Hick Joe Ray Clarence Crutchfield and John Prewitt were visitors at Mr Jno Hicks Sunday Mrs Bob Stone of Somerset and Mr Cronley Broaddus wife and children were visitors at Mrs Mary A Sanders SundayMr r Grow wife and daughter Stella Mae visited the latters parents Mrs Chas Mitchell near Nicholasville last Sunday Mr Homer Jacobs and Miss Hattie Warner of Nicholasville and Mr Jasper Wiley of Madison were the pleasant guests of Miss Flora L Wiley SundayBro will fill his regular at Fork Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Dont forget our Sunday school at ten oclock it is progressing nicely Mr Johnie RAmon a Sun was last Sanders the appointment Scot j birthday S1 DanmlcMain The Night Riders have stopped riding and the people are going to Mxwrrow fe ACeXSobext where they can get Bridal Presents Sterling Silver Cut Glass Jewelry Watches Clocks Etc The best quality at lowest prices Your eyes will be Scientifically examined and 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 IVLOBiOW GLASSESwill f BankS Buggies Buggies In order to make room for my large Spring stock of Buggies I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Bar gains Come before they are all gone W X ROMANS ISJ HELD HIGH IX THE ESTIMATION OF PRACTICAL PAINTERS Every gallon of PAINT will cover 300 or more square feet of surface in average condition two coats to the gallon Every gallon is a full standard measure It is made to paint buildings with It is the best and most durable house paint made A t Vt V FULL m x xI Tip csT cca SERwrxwLtLurs Cs roar aes usscw res raarra McRoberts Drug Store SOLD ay 6 r I P h Herndon BeaDHerado- BIHtNION i IHNHH Attorneys At Keateeky IJaw Lancaster ia3343r8txas trl1aaa y K DennyM DENTIST Ioace over Hencleaa Jeweirysiere- Y f I A NEW LINE OF 1 I rlrlr mr I 1fiijrJ1f i r41 eJ7iIIt I ii1 BUGGIES i The HICKORY I Servicable Durable Comfortable Come in any old day and see them Were Smashing Prices VULCAN PLOWS 850 J R Moiuit 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 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 i II m LCOE seEe IDa II t I I 1 t t r r U GG ETS yea I r e lSX You know it pays to always buy the best so you win not miss I it by getting Veribest Mixed Paint w 1 for all kinds of painting For sale by W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE A Hardwood Floor of any Color You Choose for 250 II I FENCEri X It Moors which are in too condition to be im varnish alone can be to imitate a genuine hardwood floor does not the services of a professional wood fin The Graining Tool takes the skill and can be successfully used by enced man or woman slight expense to the a new floor This Com protected uy one or two coats ChiNamel produces a surface that outwear ordinary varnished floor many over pnwcdwith patentedGraining possiblefor I uxury hardwood poundwhen times FRISBIES DRUG STORE Come see our r Merry Widow Gibson Sailors Gold Medal Shapes and Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander W Spring 1908 Spring We call especial attention to our exquisite line of Millinery which is now complet in every respect We have every new creation Spring and Mrs Ada Kinnaird i a era 1908 t L L for Summer ri U fuLiFIK IJIAg ff ff AA lITfI flJurt 1i i Prsonai Mentor g j n WfJ1H HrllLUElFF1F LfiJgl11 Mr Chas C dumber was in Danville MondayMiss Hurt was in Danville Saturday shopping Mr I C James of Harrodsburg was a visitor here court day Mrs Cal Nevius of Crab Orchard was a visitor here Saturday Miss Edna Mason has returned from a visit to relatives in Henderson Miss Rella Arnold of Crab Orchard attended the WestDarnold wedding Mrs Letcher Riker of Harrodsburg has been the guest of Mrs J B Kin nairdMiss Lucile Collins of Richmond has been the guest of Miss Annie HerndonMiss Dunn who has been quite sick of malarial fever is able to be out driving Mr Charley Adams of Lexington has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Richard Burnside is spending the week in McCreary visiting his sister Mrs William Lackey Mr 0 T Wallace Sr attended the BordenWallace wedding at Wilming ton N C the past week Mr and Mrs George Dan ville have been visiting Mrs Rebecca West on Danyille avenue Miss Carrie Currey returned Friday from several months stay in Coffeys ville Kansas and Clinton Mo Mr and Mrs W B Mason left this week for Philadelphia to visit their daughter Mrs II N Falconer Mrs I M Dunn and Mrs George Rob inson of Danville were visitors the past week of Mrs Rebecca West Mrs Margaret Dunn who has been spending the winter in Chatanooga is with hei daughter Mrs W B Mason Miss Altie Marksbury has returned from a delightful visit to her sister Mrs A H Rice at the ltossmore Louis ville Mr and Mrs Robert Burnside are re joicing over the arrival of a pretty ba by girl who has been christened Ida HamiltonMiss Browning who has been the attractive guest of Miss Bettie West has returned to her home in WinchesterMrs Evans Bowling of Junction Uity has been with her aunt Mrs Martha Evans Lusk who con tinues very ill Mr John Greenleaf and daughter Miss Van Greenleaf and Master Billie Blanton of Richmond visited Mrs H C Kauffman Saturday and Sunday Mr E C Walton the bighearted bright editor of the Stanford Interior Journal was here Monday mingling with his many Garrard county friends The literary club entertained Friday evening at the home of Mrs Jennie West in honor of Mrs Letcher Riker of Harrodsburg president of the State Federation of Clubs The house was tastily decorated in flowers and palms Mrs Riker gave a very interesting talk Delightful refreshments were served and the evening proved to be one of great pleasure to the guests Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured An honored citizen of this town was suffering from a severe attack of dysentery He told a friend if he could obtain a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he felt confident of being cured he having used this remedy in the West He was told that I kept it in stock and lost no time in obtaining it and was promptly cured says M J Leach druggist of Wolcott Vt For sale by F P Frisbie 1m UptoDate Bible History An old Dutch Bible found in the Humansdorp district of Cape Colony has a frontispiece depicting Cain shooting Abel with a blunderbuss Hot Water Pernaps For hoarseness beat up the white of an egg flavor with lemon and sugar and take something occasion Journal Whooping Cough In February our daughter had the whopping cough Mr Lane of Hart land recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and said it gave his customers the best of satisfation We found it as he said and can recom mend it to anyone having children troubled with whooping cough says Mrs A Goss of Durand Mich For sale by F P Frisbie 1m TO THE FARMERS Many companies have cancelled their policies on tobacco barns and the far mer is left without insurance The Home Insurance Co of New York the largest and most popular Fire In surance 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 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 Gulley and Leonard Miller AgU tf I Robinsonof r allySomerville I barns Mr W S Ferguson of Cuvington is visiting here Miss Gallic Adams is visiting friends in Richmond this week Judge R A Burnside was at home for a few days this week Mrs LV Bottorall of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J H Williams Mr R E Hughes of Louisville was a visitor here a few days this week Hon R H Tomlinson and daughter Miss Annell were in Lexington Tues day Theodore Currey has been visit ing her daughter Mrs F D Gaines of DanvilleMiss GUI left this week for a visit to her sister Mrs G C Faris of Colorado The Baptist Aid Society will meet next Monday with Mrs Sandusky on Richmond Dike Mrs W R Gott and little daughter Leona are visiting friends and rely tives in Richmond Miss Bettie Walker Burnside and Mr Fred Batterton were visitors in Nicbolasville Sunday Mrs R A Stone of Somerset has Ie turned home after a visit to relatives in Lancaster and Garrard Mr John S Baughman of Danville was in town Monday and made The Record office a pleasant call Mrs Frank Hemphill and children of Nicholasville have been visiting the family of Mr W A Arnold The Embroidery Club was Thursday at a dinner given ny Mrs Horace Herndon at her beautiful country home The literary club meets next Friday at three oclock in High School libra ry and all members are requested to be present as business of importance is to be transacted The literary club met Friday after noon in the library of the High School The room was beautifully decorated with dogwood and snow balls Mrs Louis Landram was leader her subject being Easter Mrs J A Amon will conduct the next meeting Her sub ject is Edison and responses answered by name of an inventor and his inven Lion Mrs Riker of Harrodsburg was a charming guest of the afternoon The Wilmington N C paper con tained the following notice of the BordenWallace wedding One of the most interesting and important afterEaster events in Wilmington society was the marriage of Miss Mary Borden one of the citys most attrac tive young women and Mr Oliver Terrell Wallace Jr formerly of Lan caster Ky but for several years a resi dent here The ceremony was per formed at the home of the brides par ents in the presence of relatives and only a few intimate friends of the people though a large reception was giyen afterward at which several hundred were present to extend their felicitations to the bride and groom The bride is prominent socially in Wil mington and has a host of admirers who will be delighted to receive her as Mrs Wallace The groom holds a res ponsible position in the operating department of the Atlantic It Reach the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president of the Adams County Tele phone Co as well as of the Home Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spot the very seat of my everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals the sore spot and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m HARD LUCK M rs entertained Coast- Line coughwhen Naw I aint gom ter hang up me tockins dis year I done it las year and blamed if some one didnt steal American The Most Common Cause ofSuffering Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any other disease for the reason that it is the most common to suffers to know that Chamberlains Pain Balm will afford relief and make rest and sleep possible cases the relief from pain which is at first temporary has become permanent while in old people subject to chronic rheumatism often brought on by dampness or changes in the weather a permant cure cannot be expected the relief from pain which this lini ment affords is alone worth many times its cost 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale bj F P Frisbie 1m emChicago of all ills and it is certainly gratifying In many o f E il TJ ChliiSTU N vVORLD SEVENTYSIX YEARS YOUNG Rev Dr Henson Says Most of Life Is Ahead of Him Rev P S lienson D D pastor or Tremont temple Boston has s L i s J Rev Henson D DI j u s t celebrated the 7Gth of his birth Asked what he thought of life at 7G he said 0 most of my life is ahead of me assuredly for I hope to live forever he with en thusiasm The Scriptures say you know that the young men shall see visions and the old men returned anniversary shall dream dreams but a dream is made up of bits of the past a crazy quilt of experience so if a man is old he should become retrospective and I havent time for that When a man lives in the past he is an old man no matter what the calendar says and in the same way when he lives in the present and future he is still young Whether a man is young or old depends too on whether he has or has not lost his zest I have seen some men who in their teens were sated with all that life had to offer them They had squeezed the orange dry I dont care how the registry of births may have recorded them they were old men But a man whose zest is keen as a boys is young however many years he may have lived That Is my experience I never loved life with keener zest than I do today and never felt greater fervor in humanity and all that concerns it Today is my 76th birthday and I shall spend it as I spend every other day driving In a carriage did you say No not exactly I used the term figuratively Driving my brain perhaps I should have said Many a night my wife comes to my study at two or three in the morning and asks if I realize the time I reply No and I dont care what time it is My brain is full of thoughts that I must blow off or I shall blow up Yet 1 never force myself beyond the mark The first essential of a preachers work is freshness and a man cant be fresh if his brain is tired out Henry Ward Beecher never said a truer thing than when he answered the question How is it that you always manage to say something to wake the people up and he replied I dont know unless it is by sleeping so much myself Yes sleep is the great remedy but in my case it is five hours one night and perhaps nine the next so 1 should hardly be an example to follow It is good to have 76 years to look back on said Dr Henson in closing but it is better to have 176 ahead NATIVE INDIANS TESTIMONY What Christianity Has Accomplished for That Land The many noble deeds of philan thropy and selfdenying benevolence which Christian missionaries have performed in India and the various intellectual social and moral improve ments which they have effected need no flattering comment they are treas ured in the gratitude of the nation and can never be forgotten or denied That India is highly indebted to these followers of Christ for her present prosperity I have no doubt the entire nation will gratefully acknowledgeThe have brought unto us Christ They have given us the high code of Christian ethics and their teaching and example have influenced and won thousands of nonChristian Hindus The spirit of Christianity has pervaded the whole atmosphere of Indian society and we breathe think feel and in a Christian atmosphere Native society is being aroused enlightened and reformed un der the influence of Christian BABU KESHUB CHUNDER SEN Canadian Evangelists Organize Eleven evangelists representing a number of denominations met in con ference recently in Toronto Canada at the invitation of Messrs Crossley and Hunter It was determined in this conference to form an evangelistic association to be known as Canadian Association of Evangelists the pur pose of which is to be the promotion of evangelism throughout the Do minion of Canada and mutual coopera tion and fellowship of those engaged exclusively in evangelistic work A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar nica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itch ing piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 1m To Whom it May Concern Having just purchased the insurance business of Mr J H Kinniard we take this method of notifying the insuring public that we are in the insurance business Inasmuch as it will take several days yet to complete the trans fer we will be unable to call personally to solicit your continued patronage of this agency As this is an agency of over fifty years without a single law suit and represents only the very test of we will ask you not to make any promises until we have seen and bad a interview with you We promise that any business placed in our agency will be carefully looked after and will be very appreciated by us Omce National Bank 31 Yours very truly I Beazley Haselden large hearted education secretly already move 4 Locals i t XOQ CCjv JVVjoXiQxc r Qo Business0 Bring me your produce W H Wa Headquarters for Harness den Bros 43tf Best Seed Potatoes SI 20 cts pe See us for and harness 43tf HaseldenBros Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Fresh fish ever Friday atvTurners meat market Cane and Millet Seed for tf Banks Hi Now is the time to get your bee hives Lancaster Plaining Mill 2m Cane and Millet Seed fonsale tf BauksBXdson Have your guttering by Haselden Bros 43tf Buggy and wagon harness are at great bargains W J Romans For Hames collars trace chains and pads see Haselden Bros 43tf Please call and pay your account and save further expense This means vou if owe us Mount Elkin If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee im Let us do your baking Telephone is what you want and we will bake any kind of pies or cakes you want at a reasonable price Sutton Ward Hemp Seed I have some new cultivated hemp seed for sale Prices reasonable Ap ply to R M West or Frank Marksbury Reduced Prices After April 15 Barred for 16 100 for 200 hen and 20 chicks 200 chicks 7c each Frying chickens SGOO per doz Walton E Moss Hemp Seed for Sae I have twenty bushels genuine cultivated hemp seed for sale J I Hamilton Lancaster Ky tf 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 We are grateful for the liberal pat ronage the public gave us Monday in our new resturant and hope for z con tinuance of same On account of the large crowd our number of waiters was too small but by next court we aim to to have every thing in shape to take care of everybody Sutton Ward For Sale 50 000 feet of beech lumber this 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 Turnpike Bids Wanted We will receive bids for construction of two miles of turnpike between end of Fall Lick pike and Preachersville same to be constructed of stone and gravel the metal to be close and work completed not later than November 1st 1908 Bids to be sealed and filed with the undersigned not later than May 12 1908 Apply to F S Hughes phone 174 B or write him at Preach ersville Ky 2t y Hasel cheap2tbu- r S D Turn bu tft sale an umps repaired outfit being on lr y Rock Eggs50c Try Sutton Wards pies Look at my ling of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satlsfae guaranteed ini White Plymouth Rock 50cts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Ky im Regular boarders wanted at Sutton Wards New Restaurant Regular Table boarders S3J50 per week meals 25c For Sale ready for service J F Robinson tf at National Bank Our pies cannot be beat we also have a nice line of strawberries new tomatoes etc W H Ward Wanted I will pay highest price for all the Wool you will bring me Call and get sacks Elkin Lancaster tf We have as nice dressy aline of sum mer Shirts as there is in town at 50cts to 8L each They are dandies and as good as any 50 shirt We also have a line of collars ties suspenders gloves underwear etc all good stuff at a low price W H Ward Wanted Wanted Five thousand bushels of strictly No 1 cultivated hemp seed for fall delivery Will pay a good price Universal Fiber Co 112 In diana St Chicago Ills I have some splendid tomato plants for sale at reasonable prices Mrs Emma Grant Danville St For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass in good repair on the pike mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morford Dunn Bourne Ky We have the Agency for J Solomon Cos line of Merchant Tailoring And can save you money on a sprint suit of clothes Remember a dollar pro fit looks mighty big to a man who sells 100 Ibs of Arbuckles coffee for 35cts give us an order and we guarantee a fit See H C Hamilton W H Ward Weak woman should read my Book No 4 For Women It was written expressly for women who are not well The Book No 4 tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure and just hoW these soothing healing antiseptic supposi tories can be successfully applied The book and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free WriteDrShoop Rice Wis The Night Cure is sold by McRoberts Accidents Among Seamen Deaths from accidents among number 53 per 10000 five times higher than in dangerous occupa tions There is a Pink Pain Tablet made by that will positively stop any where in 20 minutes Druggists everywhere sell them as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets but theystop other pains as easily as headache Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centers that is all Pain comes from blood Stop that with Dr Shoops Headache Tab lets and pain is instantly gone 20 Tablets 25c Sold by R E McRoberts f Leaven Jerseyboars T S 1 2t land- aU i 124 6m R E Dr Shoop pressurecongestion lowest house seamen pressure I J B Walter i RICHMOND KY els for Ladies and Childrens ReadytoWear Costumes COME AND SEE THEM 1 want ifwe havent it well get it We can save good as the best and better than the rest Coats Suits Dresses 8 Skirts Underwear Neckwear We carry a line of GOODS thats right Come to see I J B WALKER 60 Corner Main and Second Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Danville Laundry Guarantees Work 1 I Are showing a most extensive line of highest grade mod I I I IIj this store your headquarters Ask for what you I a journey to Louisville or Cincinnati Our goods are as I I I II I I I I us and we will show you why you should trade with us I 4 II Ji 1 1 Got Make you I More 11258 Record Sire of XcHha Mack Salada J Sister to Mazette 2oiJ4 Matar 2144 and Mak Ten 228 Path I AJ 4 Even our Grandfathers SNOW LINIMENT will do A CONVINCING PROOF of ths worth of a medicine is the cures it can effect has used BaHards Snow Liniment it knew wha1 Everyone who V lrTiflWC thd will CUREI RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS STIFF I I USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L Settle Richmond Mo writes This is to certify that I have used Snow Liniment for ten I years rheumatism neuralgia lamo back etc every case it has immediate relief and satisfaction Avid all Substitutes Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERTS Trotter roan stallion 15 hands foaled 1903 e Pateh1ess fIJfIJ u Co Byerly Abdullah IS0 13 dams of J Colon of Siinniocolou Tennessee Wilkes 2735 Record 2i7 Sire of i5 including 10 in 215 Mnrcola Dam of 3 eo him etc sire 21a3 Mnmbrino Patchen 5S Sire of 2 diuns of Lady Ayers by Abdullah Kudmons Great brood mare StrathmorcUiS Sire of S dams of 181 Coral by Clark Chief S9 mare George Wilkes 519 Sire of SXdams of 1U7 Lizzie by Tea vine ajGreat brood mare McEwen 4711 21SJ4 Sire of 31 dams of 1 Widow Malone by Kn field liS of 3 t t Great brood 13 2 lhl den 1 Grandam 1 22 Patchless is a bay roan stalliou 15J 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 proceeding 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 tile season of 1908 at my stable on the Buckeye and Lancaster Pike at only 12 00 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 191 Lancaster Exchange BUCKEYE KYU THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 5OOOO Swrplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F RobInson Asst Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C RobInson John E Stormes S C Denny J L GilL Ca- RT WANTED To buy Oak 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 BETTER THAN MEDICINE Breathe Hyomeis Tonic Healing and be Cured of Catarrh Xature has a remedy for catarrh a treatment is far than dosing the stomach with medicine- It is the healing oils and balsams of which medicate the air you Lrcathe reaching the most remote air elL in the nose throat and lungs killing all catarrhal germs and restoring health to the mucous membrane In using Hyomei you are treating your catarriial troubles the remedy for it gives a air the air passages that has as powerful healing and antiseptic effect as that found in the mountains the forests jnvc off their fragrant and healing balsams Ilreathc the invigorating and healing Hvomei and see how quickly will get relief from your troubles Druggists have seers so many cures even of the worst cases of catarrk offensive breath raising of mucous frequent sneez lug droppings in the throat and that they feel warranted i selling Hyomei under an absolute guaran tee to refund the money if it does not do all that is claimed for it They take all the risk Sold and guaranteed by B McBooerts onlynatural curat c ou E Flooring lULL SafetjDejosit Boxes Went Solicit Your BusinessWe I After Once Tasting no one wants an oldfash ioned cod liver oil or emulsion because Vinol is a much better and strength creator forold people weakchildren and for coughs colds etc If it does no good we will return your money McRoberts Drug Store fa Itself a true disease We of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real yef they are symptoms only of a certain s Verve sickness nothing else R was this fact that first correctly led Dr fa the creation of that now very popular Stom Remedy Dr Sboops Restorative Going di to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such were ever tobe Restorative Tablets or Liquid and see for you elf what it can and will do W sell and cbeofr failr recomsBeod Dr Shoops RestorativeB E McROBERTS preparation bodybuilder bronchitis Indigestion badbreath I yProl thlk Shoes Had Be Drtnciicd T F Gannon Avon Ky says 1 cured my hoys of a very bid case of cholera with Bourbon Hug Cholera Remedy Several of these hogs could not Cit and I had to drench them with medicine Sold by J R Co Lancaster Mamma Whats the inniti V you have a good time at the party Willie Xav Why Didnt yon get enough to cat4 Vee but I didnt get too much Philadelphia IJeeorc Ills Plan All said the great foreign actor I have hit on a plan which will in deed bring me distinction What is it asked a friend- I shall make a farewell tour of the United I shall not go back Brooklyn Life Scheme That Failed Doctor Did follow my advice and count until you fell asleep counted up to 18000 then you fell asleep then it was time to ge up Baltimore World The Last of RitMtnn Upon the roost he saw the bird And straightway tried to pluck him The springgun went off as he stirred And he never knew what struck him Judge WILLIE WAS VISE I t to 21 tHur Statesand YOU PatientI DoctorAnd IatientXo Mount- S Not li Vii Did it Caller Your sister expects me to stay to supper doesnt she Willie Willie Sure and she said if you stayed as long as you did last night she thought she would ask you to stay to breakfast Louisville nal KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS CourierJour 11 WITH Dr Kings 1 II New Discovery I FOR cOUCHS OLDS PRICE SOc 100 Trial Bottle Free Iit OR MONEY REFUNDED Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty As Executor of Samuel R Dudderar I will on THURSDAY MAY 14th 1908 at ills 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 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 ments and machinery household and kitchen furniture 1 lot of bacon i interest in stock scales 1 surrey 1 buggy harness saddle wagon 10 shares of stock in the Garrard Bank and Trust Co and 3 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 withThe terms will be announced on the day of sale A C Robinson Executor of Samuel Dudderar J P Chandler Auctioneer Important Notice Having sold my store to Mr J D Nave I must close up all the outstanding business without de lay Those indebted to me wil please call and settle at once as the business must be wound up T R Slavin Star Cleaning Co L Faulkner Mgr Clothing Cleaned Pressed and Repaired Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 121 J P Wearren BLACKSMITHING and General Repair Work Horse Shoeing A Specialty All Work Guaranteed Have your horse shod right Also rubber pads put on If I dont stop your horse from cutting I will give your money back Carriage work promptly done All work guaranteed J P Wearren AND All THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED 4t 1 SATISPACTORI outbuildings NEW ITALIAN CHURCH Fine Structure Erected in New York Among This People The Methodist Episcopal church through the medium of its Church NEW ITALIAN jI E CHURCH is dcinjc valu able anti aggres sive work for the Italian population o f N e w Y o r k This work was hcsim in 1SSS and since that ays Record of Christian Work has been carried forward with va rying success In November and I I Hey tim lTxtension rcary 1906 the contracts were signed for a church and parish house in East One Hundred and Fourteenth street The work in this district was undertaken a dozen years ago in a colony of Italians which has increased with the years until their number is estimated at from 35000 to 50000 A simple digni fled style of architecture Italian in feeling has been chosen The basement in every part is fully utilized a large room for meetings in front a gymnasium locker rooms baths and toilet rooms in rear besides heating apparatus and coal vault a fireproof passageway with fireproof doors etc extending from front entrance to a stairway in the ox treme rear of the building the stair way giving direct access to the roof garden over auditorium without the necessity of passing through the departments of the building this passageway will also serve as an emergency exit from the auditorium should it be necessary This first story has the main audi torium in rear and a large room in front that may be used if required for weddings or funerals The auditorium is reached by a broad passageway having fireproof partitions and floor direct from street The main stairway leads from this hall to the top of the building the stairs partitions and doors in them being fireproof Space for an electric elevator has also been provided con veniently planned to carry passengers to the rooms in the upper part of the buildingThe floor will contain the main Sunday school rooms this and the gallery in the auditorium are ar ranged to be thrown together if de sired The third floor is arranged for so cial rooms that may be subdivided into smaller rooms or thrown into one large one if desired A kitchen and other conveniences are provided also in connection with them The rear of this story over the auditorium becomes the roof garden or a place where openair meetings may be held in hot weather if desired The fourth story is arranged for the pastors family the windows in the rooms on the north side getting abun dance of light and air overlooking roof garden the front rooms overlooking streetThe fifth floor will be floored over and left unfinished for the present but can be arranged to give accommo dations for settlement workers NO DOUBT ABOUT OWNERSHIP Foxy Trick That Would Have Done Credit to Dave Harum In one of the small villages south of Cleveland is an old man who has all the David Harum gifts when it comes to trading except that he runs to ocws instead of to horses Not long ago he had a cow that looked like a firstrate sort of an ani mal and it was except for the fact that it didnt give any milk With that exception the cow was all right The owner desired to sell the cow One day a possible buyer said that he would come over and look at it For the sake of putting the cow in a more favorable light the owner went out and bought a young calf which he turned into the stall with it He was getting along nicely with the possible buyer when a neighbor across the way dropped in John says he that calf dont to this cow does it The owner was furious at the thought of having his game spoiled Of course it belongs to her he burst forth hotly I brought it in and gave it to her myself not an hour ago Cleveland Plain Dealer NOTABLE Of Special Value to Many Here in This Town One of the most notable discoveries and one that undoubtedly appeals more than anything else to in tins the combination of stomach remedies in the Miona treatment This prescription has worked wonders and there is now no excuse for suffering with or weak stomach- It muscles the bowe and stimulating them so that take care of the food that is eaten It also increases the flow of gastric juices thus getting from the food mont necessary for health and symptoms indigestion are as alter flatu lence heartburn sick headaches and irritability These are all by a of Miona when the IS recent but as surely in long standing and chronic cases treat ment 13 followed for a reasonable length of timeSo are the good effects follow lag the use of Miona the remedy is sold under an absolute guarantee to the if it should to cure Sold and guaranteed by E Only Lost One Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetown Ky says 1 had occasion to use Bourbon Poultry Cure with my tur keys this year and it cured them I only lost one dont think I would have lost it if I had used this sooner Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster basement various meddlesome belong MEDICAL DISCOVERY m1O nets specifically upon the of strengthening nou energyThe su dizziness dispelled refund 11 M Roberts medI- cIne J numerous Whom t May Concern lhs t you ptuiise ami you wh see it means you Have you any sick lame or diseased stuck of any kino Have you any horses chew with their heads turned to one sine or slob ber bad while eating or or continually pull to one il f the road have ycu any that riuk roujjl ir puiT and cni nob JcL thfin faV I IK v ou any uith vvtak eyes or iwnu eje V 1 mU e a speti Ujof treating all diseases of duiiiUbUc animals horses hogs sheep anti cattle I also feel that J can claim a pro licieiscy over a many of my profession s H riving practiced ny profession forty Iwo with success twenty tire in tanaua ami tventy this country jet 1 do not claim to know it all and neither am I a cure all I make a of removing all kinds enlargements or malformation stock namely Shoulder boils warts absesses poll evil listula ring bene blood bog and bone spavin and lame ness from whatever cause or kind 1 also have a patent clip for cracked hoof Call and see me while I am here All consultaoin and examination free of charge and if I think I can do your stock 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 fce friends as ever DR M B WHITE Veterinary Surgeon otlice at Arnolds Livery stable Lancaster Residence adjoining V R Cooks residence new Danville pike 2m ITo that hogs eats our ill of In clog great brother ears mod yeti s 1903 Valued Same As Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria cr Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store i5c 1m Knowledge and Duty Knowledge is a steep which few may climb while duty is a path which all may tread Lewis Morris Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toast ed grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who might drinkit for Coffee No20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Gill Simp Amusement vs Vice I am a great friend to public amuse ments for they keep people from vice Samuel Johnson Third nerves with that no amid tion feeling that is commonly felt in spring or early summer can be easily and quickly altered by taking what is known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative One will ab solutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after beginning to take the Restorative The bowels get sluggish in the winter time the circulation of ten slows up the Kidneys are inactive and even the Heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative is recognized everywhere as a genuire tonic to these vital organs It builds up and strengthens the worn out weakened nerves it sharpens the failing appetite and universally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by R E McRoberts I I New I son I I biliousness s We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment PhiSicfErs Curs Skin With Remsdy Noted Eczema Specialist Comments on a Proven Specific for Skin Diseases Physicians everywhere continue their praise for ordinary oil of in it wonderful specific for Eczema and other itching skin dis eases This liquid pure and clean as water applied Has Instant i ffict fw drops on the burning itphpg sore causes instant relief and a short continued mite gives a complete cureDr C B Holmes of Silver Civ Miss is so enthuiastic about this remedy D D D he declares in a letter to the D D D Company of that this great remedv is as near a specific for Eczema as is quinine for malaria I have been using your D D D for four years with gratifying results writes Dr Holmes There are thousands of other physi cians who use ODD Prescription the oil of wintergreen specific D D D cures and it Is so clean to use If we did not know what D D D will do we would not recommend it to our friends and patrons Call at our store anyway and let us see the nature of your skin trouble R E McRoberts Lancaster Sir l wintergreen externally i Pescriptionthat Chicago I J cleared bvDDD This lace off quick Mrs J ML Daniels of Winchester Ky says For fifteen I had sores en my face They got worse all the time until I was ashamed to go out on the street I did I had to wear aveiL My face itched and burned so I thought Iwould go crazy 1 had tried every remedy Icould get hold ot I thought I never could get of it One day a friend recommended your remedy I had tried so many Idid not care but thought one more would not make very much difference The itchimr and burnicif stopped fight away and soon my face be an to clear It was work and I almost jrotdiseouraired S f now my face is all clear like it was before I pot the disease I had to use a great many bottles but having my skin cured is worth ten times BO much as I spent 1 thank VQU end hope IOU ill kinds ot success We eriify that futt particulars shown us regarding this case conclusively prove that every taint of this terrible dis ease was cleared away by the wonderful D D D Prescription R E McRoberts rid lour Ipenistid and When E 1 Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED i CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 I D JIIIIM COY RGGDYN JB WOODS RL ARNOLD J8 BURROWS 11 J LWOODS L WCFISH I Our CusToTners are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceI iuhK ti reaizs the p uUtv raistiiic pats Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tunic Remember that only healthy hens lay K4 11 44 not only cures lioun Cholera Gapes and Limber neck hut makes them lay Give each sick chicken 2 to o drops 2 or S times a daj as a preventive give each chickert I to 3 drops in tile feed once a d Price SOc No cure no pay anteed by R E Mclbiherts t July c 11tu tS are I I Gut t l JiTEJS Cream Vrmtge L ttry Iii ls= REX ARBUCKLE 1467 THE GJARAMTEEa WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC cewaws or IMITATION ThE CENUIXC PSEPRRSO K- TaHssxlS o Liniment McRoberts Store cLaU 2 lUO Drug oat rr 1903 GREAT COMBINED STALLION 2500 FOR A FOAL Out shows he won 50 blues 9 reds unplaced 3 times LIVING of62 Foaled lSy beautiful li and wfislisi 0 l o ml5 A molol in conformation style autl splendid feet anti legs with lots of knee and hock action There U not a horse in the world with monrshow cosse imhi pedigree than Ilex Arbuckle lIe inherits his great stamina from the sire of hU lam King Richard son oE Tcavinet S3 who was invincible in the shoW ring and the sire of many show winners 833 MISS RICHMOND 551 A famous show mare In her day WALKER DENNY Lancaster Kentucky hands t ubh BY REX DAM black 11 s McDONALD FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo can do more WAS maIP nML B Spiegel I2M IT TfWsi Forom I was troubled with soslaevaasl affectfoncwhickcansediswMQell pain and worry I Tnst ffrh nuT ma down and a year ago had to abandoa work I kd taw ithe best physicians who d and I was practically gtvea ap ts Foleys lad the first bottle gave and after battle I cured7Hi Me JM I I I I KIDNEYCURE medicine awrites years was great tM J J C C T E Stortaes J S g4 e R EN tmizThKiiTcNi