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LANCASTER FRIDAY MAY 8 I T p I nTbi i i J 1 fJl Si j LJ1 JL rUl KYa Y NU36E G rrTTTMw JJLAL1Lk Ja sst3aU t1IE- TEETII I ICS tlr 1 y 1 fi o Aor 7rNOi A a saW ra W 6Kps r- FableytrI Future In 1920 A D the Stingiest Man in String town carted his House hold Goods to the Depot and bought a ticket for Millionville the Metropo Why are you to in quired a Citizen Man Whereat the Citi zen marveled mightily Now be it known that the Stingiest Man in Stringtown was wise in his Day and Genera tion for along back in 1907 A D or there about it became the Settled Habit of the Stringtown people to purchase Large Sheets of Little Stickers bear ing portraits of G Washington B Frank Its t To save postage replied the Stingiest II t e moving 3 lin W McKinley and other Late Illustrious Ones which Specimens of Art they straightway stuck on envelopes jjjf and sent to a Large and Luring Mail Order Concern in Millionville Wherefore it came about that the Seven 21 Stores in Stringtown Shut up Shop one after the other until along in 1919 A D the Stingiest Man found it in T cumbent upon him to begin purchasing these Small in Miliionville and the Aforesaid was Simply too Stingy to stand for the Same MORAL If you cant see the Moral without being Missourified look up the Ad of an Oculist in this Paper and purchase a Pair of Specs i Specimens of Art to present to the Maw of the Monster i d a f4F t z mss L a 9 i r- yr rtie Vii 4 4i49 i A1L More NEWClOTH r ING I FOR i Local Items The Spring school at the ITerrtan school house will begin next Mondavi the 11th Most people think the fruit has not been ma e damaged by the recent bad weather John Robinsons big circus will show at Richmond Saturday and a big will go from this section The N will run another excur s on to Cincinnati Sunday morning Train leaves Lancaster at 5 a m Fare 1 75 for round trip The weather so far this year would indicate that the weather man has 1 rt the boys in charge and that they neglected to keep the fires going Third quarterly meeting of the Methodist church will be held at McKindie Saturday and Sunday May 9 and 10th Preaching Saturday morn ing at half past ten By reason of some misunderstanding between the East Tennessee company and the city council IIarrodsburg has no telephone service the company removing all phones last Friday Chief of Police Herron asks The Record to call attention of the people owning hogs to the fact that the law prohibiting keeping them in town will soon go into effect Why not be look i ijjf about for some place to send them and be ready to comply with the law Some Fine Colt Rings The directors of the Lancaster Fair have given special attention to colt rings this season and the finest show ever witnessed in this section of the country will be had A special pre mium of 100 is offered for saddle bred colt while the same amount will be given for best harnessbred colt There will be five special premiums aggregating 500 for the get of ceitain wellknown stallionsLayton Mrs Mary Jane Layton died Friday at the home of her son Mr Terrell Layton with complications of Mrs Layton was a daughter of the deceased James Lear She was born in this county and was 81 years old at her death She was a devoted mem ber of the Christian church and was dearly beloved by all She leaves two children Mr Terrill Layton of this city and Mr James Layton ef Cncin nati The funeral was held at the Christian church Monday morning at halfpast ten oclock Services con ducted by Eld F M Tinder The re mains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery I I ill I I c owd Land diseases i Men and Young Men We have just received our second shipment of STERLING CLOTHINGf- or Spring and Summer wear These suits are made both double and single breasted pants medium and full peg top and all to make a Browns Tans Olive Colors are in the lead iPrice 1250 1500 1800 and 2000 We invite you to take at these stylish which are well worth your time Ask for the Sterling style book which will show you how and where these good fitting suits are made x SMITH HERRING I niftysuit alook suits JV r I N a1nM- i is r The Lancaster base ball team vvil make a circuit of several Kentucky towns including a game with Louisville High School team on tin 12th Lancaster has a splendid tear this season and our people arc of the good games are putting up Are You A Booster The man who can not stand up the community in which he lives should move out and thus make room for the person who does believe ir home and home enterprises The con munity that is good enough in whicl to live is certainly good enough tc boost to the front Better Go To Work Chief ITerron tells us that he is determined to enforce the vagrant law and that all parties both white arc colored who have no visible means of support will be taken up and tried There are many idle loafers who should be made to stay off the street and go to work Good Increase The people have been far more liberal in patronizing the water works this year and thus are doing great good for the town Last year the rents fell far short of maintaining the plant but this year we are told the rents fall not more than 350 below cost of maintaining the plant Candidate for Assessor The Danville Advocate announces Mr John S Baughman a candidate for assessor in Boyle county Mr Baughman is wellknown in Garrard county where he has a legion of friends who wish him success He is a man of ability and honesty The good people of Boyle will never have cause to regret his election A Herald Contestant Richmond Register Miss Lillian of Bryantsville Garrard coun ty is spendind several days here with Mr and Mrs T S lagan in the interest of her candidacy in the Lexington Herald Popularity Contest The Her aId will send a party of young ladies to Atlantic City this summer and Miss Leavell aspires to be among the She is the leading candidate in this district and has received much encouragement during iier canvas in this county She is a charming and accomplished young lady and we trust she will succeed in her quest He Spends His Money With You It is a mighty good plan to keep all contracts at home When an out sider bids on a job all things being equal better let man have the contract even though it costs a few dollars more But as a rule it does not cost any more to have the home man do the work As a matter f fac the chances are that he can do the work cheaply as any one and in addition to this is the fact that he is near at tc make good any defect that might arise in tbe completed job Past ex periences in Lancaster are enough to back up The Records claim along this line Mr Helm Nominated The Eighth District Democratic Committee met at Nicholasville Fri day afternoon in response to a call from the chairman and nominated lion Harvey Helm for Congress from this district A primary had been call ed for May 9 but as Mr Helm the pre sent Congressman had no oposition he was nominated to succeed himself The meeting was presided over by Chairman Fitch the following mem hers being present lion Jerry A Sullivan of Madison J F Ilolden of Lincoln James McKenzie Rockcastle Ed Walker of Garrard and A B Mc Afee of Anderson The other coun ties in the district were represented by proxies 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 office of the County Superintendent on the 15th and IGth of May and the examination for colored teachers en the 22nd and 23rd of May County Superintendent CHILDREN FREE FIRST DAY Directors of the Lancaster Fair have decided to admit FREE all children under the age of 14 years on FIRST DAY of their Fair Remember this and bring the children There will be many amusements for them Dates July 29 30 31 tf the I proud they for L avell number the home 1 I I I Yesterday someone claimed to hay message from Frankfort stating that Caleb Powers had been pardoned but a later message to this paper says the report is a fake BltYANTSYILLE Mr Everton of Lexington was her this week Mr JefT T Dunn of Lexington spenl Sunday here Mrs Fannie Bryant is spending the week in Lancaster Mr and Mrs John Peters of Mack yule were here this week for a shOrl visit to Mrs Josephine Boner Miss Elizabeth Bryant is expected home in a few days from Richmond where she has been attending school Miss Anna Kay Jenkins returned home Monday after a short stay with Mr and Mrs Colby T Jenkins at George townMessrs D A Thomas and A Her Henry of Lancaster were the guest Saturday and Sunday of Messrs IIogan and Bryan Ballard Mrs Eliza II Ballard and Miss Belle Burke are in London this week to attend the meeting of the Home Missionary Society of the Methodist ChurchMr Mrs J C Williams and Master Jack Williams will leave Saturday for a visit to friends in Loveland Ohio Mr Williams was formerly cashier of the First National Bank at that place BUCKEYE Mr Willam Murphy is on the sick listMr and Ilirm Ray visited Land Sunday Mr A U Miles sold one horse to Mr Green for 00 Mrs J M visited Mr Win Burton Sunday Mr Win May bought one hog of Forest Tivis for 4 00 Mr Win Whittaker has almost completed his new residence Mrs Reather Ray and children were guests of Mrs A Bogie Friday Mrs James Ray of Loyd was the guest of Martha Anderson Tuesday Mr Mall Carter and funily were the guest of Mrs Martha Anderson Sunday Mr John Brown bought 17 cattle in Lancaster Monday at 450 per hun dred Mrs John Walker and Fannie Cotton were the guests of Mrs Lelia Walker SaturdayMiss Carter and Herbert Whitaker were guests of Miss Sallie Hurt Sunday Miss Stella Burdiorly of Logana has been the attractive guest of Mrs James Witt a few weeks Mrs Raymond Ray and Miss Lucy andJennieDickerson were the guest of Mrs Bob Brown Friday Rev Abernatha will till his regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night Pont forget the Sunday school at 2 oclocc The district Sunday school will meet at this place the second Sunday in May in the afternoon all are cordingly invited- A number of young folks of this place went to Fallin Branch Monday after noon bringing back immense baskets of beautiful ferns and other wild Mowers They were chaperoned by Mrs John Dickerson and all had a delightful time A merry party of friends spent Thursday afternoon very pleasently with Miss Ruth Ray They were de lightfuly entertained with music Mowers games and lijht refreshments were served all enjoyed the afternoon an left thinking Miss Ray an ideal and charming little hostess Dont ask the editor to publish a list of wedding gifts Dont add to the terrors of death by tacking several stanzas of doggerel to a death notice Dontcrowd the mourn ersDont lug old clippings into a news paper office and tell the editor you have brought him something to fill up ith Take him a cabbage he can fill up with that Dont kick a man when he is down unless you are sure that he will never get up again Dont put lard on a mans shoes when you see a man going down hill They are already greased for the occasion Dont pray with the hungry man until you have given him something to eat Prayer without pork availeth njt I 100 l rand Amon convention I I Dont tI Mrs llanse I i GROCERIES Fresh Southern Vegetables of all kinds at DAVIDSONS Fruits Candies Tobaccos Cigars Cured Meats Lard Etc Etc Cash Paid for Country Produce ra I 9 4I rn H Ji J fiI fiitlafI m I gjji r i Not better frlJJrni But better SEETHAT Nor Highest grade standard heavy goage farm fencing The only fence manufactured with no sharp bend or kink in the line wire By this method of constriction the knot is relieved of all tendency to loosen when subjected to strain or contraction or expansion caused by heat or cold and inasmuch as there is no possibility of rupturing the galvanizing or fiber of the line wire rust Is prevented and the life of the entire fence is greatly prolonged The ANTHONY FENCE A Car Load Just Received See sample in front of Our Store Sold only by HASELDEN BROS EI I I iI J rn 1mffiIDrn I Iffii i I s I r ciii I IJ1Beazle9 rQoooooooooooooooooesass Arterial and Cavity Efflbalsiig Office on Danville Street I I SEt THAT KNOT than the best frID t than the rest I UNDERTAKER I LINE OF CASKETS AXD BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK Our display of Spring and Summer i Apparel for Ladies gf was never more complete We call especial attention to our lines of HiIH Silks Lawns Serge g- a Panama Ginghams T Dimity and Batiste 4 Chinese and Japanese Mattings Brussel and Axminster Rugs u Elegant display of latest style J and Hosiery Beautiful line of Lace Curtains M We undoubtedly have the prettiest stock JA of Spring Apparel for Ladies ever brought to mJ- A this section and want you to see the goods tt- v THE 1- f Joseph Mercantile Co INCORPORATED DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST Work Ring phone No 48 and we will call ror and deliver work quickly LOGO ac H Ie Q Oe ac 0 D oe u II 0 au H UII 11111 aRaRa alRaRaaaaRaRaR I I I I II I I I II I B I I I t1IE The ALL ft5 Mohair Slippers LADIES LOOK We are compelled to move to another store room in this city before doing so we will make a great reduction in Wall Papers and offer score remarkable bargains Paper that sold at 50c to 75c we are now selling at from 15c We are making a great run on a less paper that sold from 15c to 30c Now Qc to 8C We also have a big lot of different patterns in small quantities that sold from lOo to TSo ILTow lo a IE3O1X We are making big cuts in all our paper and are selling most of it for less than manufacturers prices n 4 anwiiT I dfI I tj 11 and I l Oc to expensive 1 j I 2 tYl 5 saJ Ca I= = I Main sf Dauvile1 B MIV wr w COAL Coal COAL lTll1JfJJL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour sale by HUDSONIBANKS wWw wWw wWw TTIIIITIIrTlITT IS eeeseeeaoeeeseeeeaee Another Talk As we were saying you need GLASSES but you want to be certain that you are getting the proper lenses We dont believe In high sounding extra vagent statements in advertising We do be lieve in stating facts We have fitted in the last five years over five thousand pairs of Glasses more than three pairs every working day of that period We do not claim that every pair were satisfactory but we do claim that as large a per cent is to the credit of any optician or occulist In our stock you will find all the newest designs of Signet Jewelry Rings Scarf Pins Bracelets Lockets Fobs Waist Sets Etc We engrave them at once FREE of charge Sterling Silverware Yes we are able to give you best prices on anything from a five oclock teaspoon to a silver service for battle ship Our motto Promptness accuracy and reliability Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store a- Il uMawva eew J J WALKEK President OROANIZED 1883 Tite OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL S M SUIPLUS I M B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNEY AsBt Cashr c D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Jno B E McRoBEBTS Prest J W ELMORB Cashr- J C EUBANKS Vice Prest B L BURTON 2nd V Presto D A THOMAS Asst Cashi The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Itis the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tk Latest taprmi BntfirFrtif Vult aii 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 adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS H K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson Thos Owens J B Haselden L Elkin V A Lear A B Brown Jr BL L Burton W L Lawson T J Price L Perkins W B Cook E L Woodsy W Gfooc- nJ C Hemphill fl V Bastin 1 C Bankin B 1 rin T M Arnold A Sanders Safety Deposit 1l K G particularly Boxy f s- i GIBBONSA E J S JOHNSON Vice Prest CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster y as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association LANDRAMF Lancaster Ky May 8 1908 is a good deal of practical religion in the following taken from the writtings of Joel Chand ler Harris I am thankful for the prosperity of my neighbors and for the prosperity of the country at large I am thankful that we have a President who is familiar with duty and seeks impartially to govern the whole people that the public conscience has awaken ed from its deep sleep that sectional feeling has been dissipated and that the people of the portions of the coun try are trying to know one another more familiarly that all my thoughts are cheerful and that all my dreams are peaceful that benevolence is tend ing to more practical results and that charity is more widespread A New York paper states that it costs one society woman of that city 50000 a year to keep her servants alone Down here in Kentucky that paltry sum will not keep a nigger in the kitchen for one week A Chicago man tells about a dollar that cant be spent If he will send it to some of us poor Kentucky editors he will find out that it will get into circulation mighty quick Some writer who knew what hewas talking about says Justice is for our neighbors while charity and mercy are much preferred for home consump tion It is about time to relegate the Merry Widow hat joke to the rear and let the charming wearers go in peace to their sure conquests 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 to altitude To overcome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and general debility the 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 R E McRoberts drug store Price 50c 1m 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 for any change whatever in the management of the schools or the selection of teachers for the coming year County Supt 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 might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Gill Simp I Th ere every day I I II I I I I I accord- Ing I pro- vIde expertwho Son I I BUENA VISTA Miss Ora Poor is visiting her sister Mrs Ballard near Stanford James Spoonamore and family have returned to their home in Urbana Ill Luther Evans students at Danville spent Saturday aud Sunday at home Quarterly meeting will be held at Browns Chapel the 16 and 17th Rev Howes presiding- Mr J J Poor will represent Mt Olivet Sunday School at District Conference next week Miss Margaret Robinson is spending a few days with the family of H J Tomlinson at Bryantsville Tom Skinner who has been attend ing school at Bowling Green is at home confined to his bed with rheuma tismThe holy communion will be ad ministered at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Preparatory service Sat urday night The Ladies Foreign Missionary Society held an all days meeting Friday at the home of Mrs S W Poor The meeting was one of interest nd pleasureRev L Shepard pastor of Browns Chapel is in Baltimore attending general conference to which assembly he goes as a delegate from Kentucky Conference STONE Mr Walter Fayne is on the sick list this week C M Moberly is numbered with the sick this week A T Sanders sold to Mr Jim Lee one horse for 12250 Little Miss Lyda Mae Murphy is very sick at this writing Mr Johnson Speaks visited friends in Nicholasville last Monday Mrs Morris Thompson is visiting friends in Somerset this week of Pink is visiting Mrs Will Teater who is very sick Mrs Linn Cobb bought a good horse from Mr Crit Raley of Jessamine for 40Miss Flora Lee Wiley spent the part of last week with Miss Linnie PrestonMiss Sanders spent part of last week with her sister Mrs Mattie DuncanMiss Crutchfield of Nicholas ville spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks Miss Leola Crutchfield visited her cousin Mrs Mollie Daily of Nicholas yule last Sunday night Mr John Prewett and family visited their daughter Mrs George McQuerry of Madison the last of last week Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan Mrs Jewell Montgomery and little son visited their mother Mary A Sanders part of last week Misses Mary and Lucy Lee Dean of Pink were the charming guests of Mr and Mrs Henry McQuerry the latter part of last week Miss Ella Hicks returned home last Monday after spending two weeks very pleasantly with her grandfather and uncle of this place Whooping Cough In February our daughter had the whooping 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 1m I I I I I I 1 I Mr Jim neater latter I V sale by F P Frisbie BEAZLEY HASELDEN Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1852 Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 I J 1 IT HEBRON Mrs Lucy Montgomery sold to C M Jenkins a nice calf for 1700 Mr G A Bruce spent a part of last week with his daughter near Burgin Miss Leola Scott spent last night with Mrs Willie Grow near LoydMiss Beatrice Sanders of Stone and Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan were in Harrodsburg last Friday Mr Hulbert Lawson of Bryantsville was the guest of his grandmother Mrs Lucy Montgomery last week Mr Philip McMillian had a nice work horse to die last week from caused by falling over a wire fence Mr E C Montgomery sold a horse last week price 140 He also sold some corn to C C Becker of Bryantsville at 3 50 per bbl Rev J B Jones of Louisville who has been pastor of Mt Hebron church for eight months offered his resignation at last church meeting which was very reluctantly accepted Bro Jones has a call for full time at Cincinnati and we wish him success in is work Workea Wonders Wiggings Lexington Ky says I gave my fowls Bourbon Cure when they were sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster A NEW KNIGHTLY ORDER Pastors Idea for Helping to Solve the Boy Problem The boy problem is one of deep ening Interest to the Sabbath school Wednesday injuries Mrs C P Poultry and to the church If a boy has a strong body and an intelligent mind he will be able to mjike his own way in life Every struggle increases his strength If he has a longing for an education he can work his way through col lege as the writer of this article did by pitching hay in summer and piling shingles a cold Frank L Masseck sawmill in winter receiving live cents for piling 500 the shingles of chestnut being so frosty as almost to freeze his fingers and really making them bleed Boys who have the will will find the way Work with boys is more profitable than work for boys since boys dis like to take soup from a charity spoon and like to have a part in all that is going on that relates to themselves If a boy has more than himself to care for he is inspired by the fact that he can manage for mother and brothers and sisters too This idea of mutual helpfulness and desire to do things with and for others as exemplified in the lives of many boys whom he carefully studied says Christian Herald led Rev William Forbish the founder of the General Alliance of Workers with Boys to the order of the Knights of King Arthur and use its best principles In the solving of the boy problem in teaching gallantry steadfastness and the strength and beauty of a life to Christ The young are pleased by the noble legend and the chivalric character of the knights who gathered around the table under the leadership of Arthur guided by the nobleminded Merlin so wrought as completely to transform the spirit of their age Upon entering the order each boy becomes a page and prom ises to obey and serve He is given the name of some old knight whom he is to emulate in character and service When he evinces the right spirit he Is advanced to the rank of esquire where he takes pledges of reverence and purity Later on he is expected to be elevated to the rank of a noble knight He Is to follow the Christ as king to live pure to speak true to right wrong Merlin is a permanent officer Merlin may be a man or a woman who loves the boys and has time and is willing to life and energy for their upbuild ing Other officers are temporary The initiation to the different degrees Js quite Interesting They have grips passwords signs signals games drills social hours entertainments out no secrets from their parents Mr Frank Lincoln Masseck Potsdam N Y is the present head of the order in revive consecrated temperance devote lain S1 DanYille We Guarantee Satisfaction We rely upon our many years of in fitting glasses and know can fill all requirements We guar antee glasses to suit the eye for two MORROW JTOOB1BTS High Grade Watches Jewelry Clocks Our facilities for repairing are unsurpassed All work guaranteed experience we years t 4 4 4 4 Buggies D i e Buggies 11 I giving on Buggies and Harness I have I No trouble to show goods J IIINew car load of Kokomo Fence Lii iIi1 X HARNESS Ii ici-I Sam IQ too many in stock and will cut prim away down 11W5 ROMAN 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 IMM MT KCWMMMCM TIlE 8HEMlIIIIIIlInft c aaaa EST a F a SOLD sY rear rIn Lrars uIsae McRoberts Drug Store v1 V1 3 5 r fi7i iifH rlr JoJ LINE OF roll t t- EA NEW- t j r I rl = r c r iJ r r C J rollroIt Jl I fI I Iii i The HICKORY Servicable Durable Comfortable Brown Cultivator Hoosier Corn Drills IfF The best made i Car of American Fence just in Get it before prices go up gHI J R Mount Co i I have in stock a nice line of Good and Cheap Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs DRUGGETS ETC all of which have been bouiiht 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 LOOE E3EeE I e II I I I 3 L t 1 r- fU 1 1i Me- dium1 k 1 You know it pays to always the best so you will not miss gettingVeribest Mixed Paint B X r yl lIti L 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 may Choose for 250 I ff X ISr m1jNJf l m m I j Floors which are in too condition to be alone can he made to imitate a genuine hardwood floor patentedGraining does not the services of a professional wood fin The Graining Tool takes the skill and can he successfully used by enced man or woman the luxury of a new This Graining when protected by one or two coats produces a surface that outwear ordinary varnished floor over with amish possiblefor slight enjoy Compound Chi Namel improved FRISBIES DRUG STORE Come see our Merry Widow Gibson Sailors Gold Medal Shapes Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker O OS 8OS S t lje Spring 1908 Spring 1908 We call especial attention to our exquisite line of Millinery which is now complet in every respect We have every new creation for Spring and Summer Mrs Ada Kinnaird and Low j A bulifife Mr M D Hughes was in Louisvile this week Mr Charley Davis is here for several days visit Miss Norma Elmore is in Richmond visiting relatives Mrs John Ballard has been visiting friends in Lebanon Mr J E Stormes was a visitor in Lexington Monday Mrs E D Potts of Lexington is visit ing Mrs E Owsley Poor Mrs Ada Kinnaird was a visitor in Richmond the past week Mr Lewis Gill has returned from a brief visit to Kansas City Mr George Palmer has a position in the Haselden hardware store Miss Lena Rigney has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Jessie Doty has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mr and Mrs C A Robinson have re turned from a visit to Louisville Mr R L Elkin was in Louisville this week in interest of the Lancaster Fair Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville were visitors here Monday Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta Ga is visiting her sister Miss Jennie Dun canMr Stephen Walker has gone to Louisville where he has accepted a positionMrs Rogers has returned from a pleasant visit to Dr W S Elkin and wife of Atlanta Mr A M Sheely who has been here for several weeks on business has to Chicago Mrs J B Paxton of Stanford has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Robinson Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned a visit to her sister Mrs Richard Ware of Cincinnati Master Farris Smith of Jellico Tenn is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs George Farris Mrs George Farris has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs El bert Smith of Jellico Tenn Rev and Mrs J II Williams are in Lebanon attending the Missionary convention of the M E church Mrs J E Stormes and little Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn are in Coving ton visiting Mrs Authur Mr Herbert Price wife and pretty little daughter Vesta of Louisville have been visiting the family of Mr D M Lackey Misses Mary and Gertrude Noel of Danville attended the funernal of their grandmother Mrs Mary Jane Layton Monday Mr and Mrs H M Ballou were in Lexington for a few days and attend ed the races Mrs Ballou stopped in Paris for a few days visit with friends Congratulations and good wishes ate being sent to Dr and Mrs M K Denny for their daughter who arrived last Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Judge M D Hughes is in Louisville this week and Senator Farris who accidentally got hold of the facts says the judge went to attend the republican convention A very handsome picture of Miss Lillie Leavell appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Miss Leavell hopes to be one of the members of the party which the Lexington Herald will send to Atlantic City Her many friends are working for her and think she will be the winner The marriage of Miss Hattie of Cynthiana and Mr H W Hemp hill of Nicholasville was the home of the brides father Mr T A Robertson the past week The briae will be pleasantly remembered here by friends as the popular in R H Batsons dry goods store Her many Lancaster friends wish her much happiness In her new life Richmond Resister Dr J B Kin naird came up from Lancaster and in conjunction with Dr C H Vaught arranged the scientific of the annual meeting of the Railroad Surgeons Association which will meet in Louisville in a few weeks Dr Kinnaird attended the baseball game that afternoon and was at dinner by Dr and Mrs Vaught Bad Attack of DysenteiyfCured 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 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 suradce companv 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 I from Hubbard Lancaster Robertson solemnized- at saleslady Wednesday F P Frisbie 5 da returned program entertained j It Reach the Spot V E U Mpli wivfuv H hi general htoe at Ouieii O is president of the Adams County Co as well 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 LOYD Mr John Ray is on the sick list Mrs Martha Teater continues very illMrs Willie Beazley who has been very sick is better Mr and Mrs Joe Pollard visited Mr Moses Dorton last Sunday Mrs Aaron Ray and children was the guest of Mrs Willie Walker last Sun day Mrs Dan Ray of Chapel spent Thurs day night with her Aunt Mrs Martha TeaterMr McMillian and wife were the guest of their parents Mr John Ray last Sunday Miss Nellie Ray spent part of last week with her cousin Stella Ford Ray of McCreary Mrs Harriet Stone of Somerset visited her brother Mr Cronley Broadus last week Mr L L Sanders and wie were the guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders Of Stone last Sunday Mr and Mrs Willie Ray Mr and Mrs Porter Wearren and children were the pleasant guests of Mr John Ray and family Sunday afternoon The Most Common Cause Suffering Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any other disease for the reason that it is the most common of all ills and it is certainly gratifying to suffers to know that Chamberlains Pain Balm will afford relief and make rest and sleep possible In many cases the relief from pain which is at first temporary has become parmanent while in old people subject to chronic rheumatism often brought on by dampness or changes in the weather a pennant 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 by F P Frisbie 1m Approval It seems to me that there is a great literaryawakening in this Yes answered the matteroffact citizen I observe it with great approval Then you are fond of books Xo I am in the stationery I sell pens ink and paper Washington Star Turned Down Of course said Miss Goldroxs I realize that your heiress but I assure you that I would be just as anxious to marry her if she were a pauper That settles you replied her father we dont want any such fool as that in the family Philadelphia Press Only One Theory Now look here said the lawyer shaking his fist at the witness I want you to understand that you cant bamboozle me in this court simply be cause youre a woman Why she asked in her sweetest is your wife present BecordIIerald A Sorrows Crown of Sorrow She Mr McCroesus was very rich wasnt he were you at his funeral It seemed a great effort for his nephew to control himself He Yes It must have been very hard trying not to look cheerful Harlem Life Strategy Mrs Mahoole Shure awn th doc tor is makin a hog out av Pathrick Mrs OToole Awn how so Mrs Ma hooleMrs Mahoole Phoy he forbid him smokin ixcipt after meals now Pathrick ates tin meals a cago Daily News The New Century Infant Willie aged five appeared at the main entrance to the circus tent hand in hand with a venerable graybeard Grandpa wanted to see the ani mals he explained to the doorkeeper and I had to come along to take care of Tribune There is a Pink Pain Tablet made by Dr Shoop that will positively stop any where in 20 minutes Druggists everywhere sell them as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets but they stop 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 pres sure with Dr Shoops Headache Tab lets and pain is instantly gone 20 Tablets 25c Sold by R E McRoberts We will call for your Laundry and deliver work promptly Ring up Gulley Hotel 48 Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf 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 can be successfully applied The book and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Write DrShoop RIce Wis The Night Cure is sold by I lid as coughwhen country daughter is an tones Chicago HeYes SheYes dayChi himChicago pressurecongestion B E I I i Telephone business lover awn suppositories eUoUoberts- t VsUs 8mc Ar GctJ I li S i miiiiiti if j Vew Miss j ys lei inv Oitsuniei when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if atliicted with constipation malaria cr Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 25c 1m TOOK MOSELLE AS STIMULANT Prince Bismarck Kept Waitsrs Busy During His Speeches Speaking of the different liquids by great orators for refresh ment during their speeches Griffith Boscawen in his book Fourteen Years in Parliament credits Bis marck with having carried an army bill with the aid of eight lemon squashes Never was a man and his drink so incongruous All history protests against the idea of Bismarck even knowing what lemon squash is for it was Bismarck who boasted to Sir William Richmond that in his young days six bottles of strong wine had no effect on him And it was Bis marck who lamented Ah English politics has suffered since statesmen have no longer strong heads for wine They are too cautious never make a bold stroke It was a mixture of Moselle and seltzer that Bismarck used in the reichstag to keep his hoarseness down and his spirits up The supply used to be maintained by a relay of waiters running between the chancellors bench and the kitch en At the zenith of his fame minis ters secretaries of state and privy councilors were alone worthy to con coct the mixture and when Bismarck was making his last great speeches in the reichstag they were kept busy behind him with wine bottle and selt zer siphon in composing his drink for Bismarck required eighteen or two dozen glasses of Moselle and water during a speech ECHOES OF AESOP Genius genius shouted the Book Boosters while the new novel was still damp from the press The simple villagers came running to the cry only to find that the Booster had fooled them In the course of time the junkman claimed his own and the presses put forth another new book Genius genius shouted the Boosters and again the villagers came running with their Genius genius shouted the Boosters many more times and many more times the villagers responded to the false alarm At last a real sureenough Genius did arrive and the excited Book Boosters made a terrible ado But paid any attention to their cries or rendered the Genius the slightest assistanceAs the poor wretch starved to death and was buried in the field Moral There is no believing a Book Booster even when he speaks the A Helpful Child Little Frank watching nurse empty a hotwater bag asked why she blew air into it It keeps the sides apart so water will run into it easily Later in the day Frankie was dis covered holding between his knees a lean stray kitten while with cheeks distended he blew down its throat through a tin peashooter What are you doing nurse cried rescuing tortured cat Keepin her sides apart sos she can dink milk responded the young nhilosoDher Judge A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of 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 we will be unable to call 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 best of companys we will ask you not to make any promises until we have seen and had a personal interview with you We promise that any business our agency will be carefully looked after and will be very appreciated by us Office National Bank Telephone 31 Yours very truly Beazley Haselden PoultryRaising Pays Farmers are coming to realize the poultry raising pays Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic Remember that only healthy hens lay 11 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gapes and Limber neck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 5 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price 50c No cure no pay Guar anteed by R E McRoberts 1 July Ben D Herndon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At law Lancaster Kentucky Offljaiovor Stormes store M K Denny i j n I biliousness favored r dollarsstung again nobody potters truthPuck transfer personally- to placed- in R 4 rWmHerndon I i I drug I i t i llrt the Ar- nica itching 4S n DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry store Locals r t j jJ iCojCv Cu Businessfi 4 Jot = = Bring me your produce W H Ward Headquarters for Harness Bros 4 Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W J Romans Best Seed Potatoes 120 cts tf S D Turned fi See us for buggies and harness 43tf Haselden Bros Kokomo Fence Best made 2t W J Romans Fresh fish ever Friday at Turners meat market N tf Cane and Millet Seed for sal tf Banks Hi Now is the time to get your bee hives Lancaster Plaining Mill 2m Cane and Millet Seed for sal tf Banks Have your guttering and by Haselden Bros 4r3tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans For an uptodate out fit see Haselden Bros 43tf For Hames collars trace chains and pads see Bros 43tf Cattle to Graze 100 acres fine blue grass good water tf John M Farra Please call and pay your account and save further expense This means you 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 200 chicks 7c each Frying chickens 000 per doz Walton E Moss Hemp Seed for Sale I have twenty bushels genuine cultivated hemp seed for sale J IHamilton Lancaster Ky tf Eggs For Sale S C R I Reds 8100 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 lioeral pat ronage the public gave us Monday in our new resturant and hope for a con tinuance of same On account of the 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 50 000 feet of beech lumber this be ing some of the finest lumber in this country Any one wishing a bill of lumber sawed would do well to see me This lumber is on Herring farm at Marksbury Ky Joe Aldridge Phone 38 Lancaster Ky 1m 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 1 tf on dson pum repaired Has lden Eggs50cfor For Sale 2t t I eden i 1 bathroom S S large C I Try Sutton Wards pies Harness are going cheap a large stock to select trom W J Romans All kinds of Sewing Machine repair at Tompsons I have too many buggies You can get a great bargain W J Romans Look at my ling of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed im White Plymouth Rock 50cts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Leavell Ky im Regular boarders wanted at Sutton Wards New Restaurant Regular Table boarders 350 per week meals No 1 milk cow at my farm at Fair view church William Royston 1 Lancaster Ky ed H B Northcott For Sale A good jersey cow 4 years old and giving 2i gallons of milk tf R T Embry at National Bank Buggies and driving wagons I have three car to select from prices righttfFor Sale ready for service J F Robinson tf at National Bank Our pies cannot be beat we 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 1 See Prof Lippord at once and enter the College Many idle young people should prepare for good positions It pays We have as nice dressy a line of sum mer Shirts as there is in town at SOcts to 81 each They are dandies and as good as any 81 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 Five thousand bushels of strictly No 1 cultivated hemp seed for fall delivery Will pay a good price Universal Fiber Co 112 St Chicago Ills Wanted old Gold and Silver- I P Tompson I have some splendid tomato plants for pricesMrs St For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike imile from church right atschool in a good neighborhood Apply to Morfoid Dunn Bourne Ky 1246m 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 Prof Lippard wants to see at once all interested n entering the summer session of the Lancaster Business Col lege Powells store Many young people could ob tain a business education this summer and be ready for good positions this fall Nothing pays better 25t For Sale R F D No atHighest Jerseyboars also T S Wanted Indiana 2t Phcne orwrite him at t St I J B Walker Go i RICHMOND KY Are showing a most extensive line of highest grade for Ladies and Childrens ReadytoWear Costumes COME AND SEE THEM Make this store your headquarters Ask for what JQ want if we havent it well get it We can save you a g good as the best and better than the rest I Coats Suits Dressesi Skirts Underwear We carry a line of GOODS thats right Come to see us and we will show you why you should trade with us J B WALKER CO Corner Main and Second Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Danville Laundry Guarantees Work I fl II journey to Louisville or Cincinnati Our goods are as I Neckwear I a I I li l DE l models you I I ir r r it t i C t f E 7 JI11 i fiiV 9if Pi fwr V tC 9 P c 2 t NI I11 i i irt ttif t gj fjt1 itif 1 l J rrr ri f1 4 f I t 1ft rtj S hh t J J m lL1 h t JOY I 6 0i 1 cf 11 It i to id- I iH L2 i 1- I CmpGHl1t cc C1 11i Fcr Dyspeps- ai I i fu a Tmpcd DiEtj u l buld r the four yr3rs with t dotOj caUelt hi Ji md adiJd me to ue Iici inc md I did so new I wonld not he without it for tho 1 pkasurc ill it to my l ii 1 4i t 2J t1Cc 1 4 Z- I r p 4 I ciiUb vfi r nf c6Ftr 9 iSjSjCfVjtdiOsJatcm iL i Cti Cfl1 C4 Livr i past V1t a friend and am ertd IkTilic rceommendiig I Pleasing and tfseeilve Positive fj Snow Liniment Co SCO502 North Second St ST LOUIS MO PRCE 1j 11 Z 1 n Cure 5OC- 41ii R E MCROBERTS Trotter bay roan stallion 15 hands foaled 1903 f Path I Uncord Sire of Xclplia JIack r nyerly Abdallah 1SV Sire of 13 dams of U IColon UHIII of Siminocolou 213 etc Mnmbrino Patclien W i5 102 Lady Ayers l y Abdalluh Kedinons Great brood mare Stratlimorc JOS Sire of 8i dams of 181 Coral by Clark Chief fc mare f George Wilkes 19 J il fTennessee Wilkes 2733 Sire of Sidams of 107- Record Lizzie Harden by Tea Salflda Sire ol 25 including 10 in vineMS Sister to Maxette StM l 215 Great brood mare Matar 214 und McEwen17192184 Ten 2S4 Ularcola Sire of 31 dams of Dam of 3 Widow Malone by Eu held 12S Grandam of 3 Patchless is a bay roan stallion 15 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 lIe 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 204J 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 actim 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 S12 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 STAF F Telephone 191U Lancaster Exchange BUCKEYE KY 0 nr1 Patchless Sire lI1I11S of tIi Iorc 112s I rii S J l i 9- s lrQ Ink i iT of I Great brood 7 L fi THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DESNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Ca- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L GilL SafetjDepit Boxes for Rent I I I WP Solicit BusinessYoll I Ben Bolt 7112 Spotted Stallion 40 inches high Sired by Tim 365 By Tom Puck 337 grand dam Parrot 1 1929 1 dam Newton by Jolly 185 dam Abel 1213 Ben Bolt foaled in 1905 is white with black spots he is beautifully marked His sire and dam were both spotted ponies See this pony before booking your mares lie will make the season of 1908 at C A Robinsons farm 4 miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike at 1000 to Insure a Living Colt Mares kept at 150 per month The best of attention given but not responsible for accidents or escapes For further information call on or addressB F ROBINSON BRO Lancaster Ky r I I iI I I I a i w w Star Cleaning Co I Faulkner Mgr Clothing Cleaned Pressed and Repaired Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 121 r k Important Notice Having sold my store to Mr J DN ave I must close up all the outstanding business without Those indebted to me wil please call and settle at once as the business must be wound up T R Slavin delay 4t et In Ccnciaiuincnlo the islis Jiiacrs are all poets While a customer is having a heel repaired or a sloe re laced the attendant recites or memorized verses to him as the language is Arabic or Turkish the listener rarely knows whether he is hearing a good or bad verse On the Mnslci the Broadway of old Cairo one can buy the red leather sharptoed slippers universally worn in a 1md where there is rarely any rain for about CO cents They are not worth more being very flimsy articles in con struction They are not represents tive of the expert English or American bandmade shoe which is a thing of beauty of comfort and of enduring utility Neat Comparison- On each of the 84 times that he has crossed the Atlantic Lord Dunmore has been the center of a group of travelers who enjoyed his ready wit During his last trip he and voyagers were amused by the conspicuous and odd figure of the ships surgeon espe cially by the latters ample feet ren dered striking by white tennis shoes and by the very wide angle they formed at the heels Do you know asked his lordship as the surgeon passed his group one day what the doctors feet make me think of What inquired the chorus Of a quarter to three Outspoken A French marquise whose country house is crowded with guests during the hunting season hit upon the idea of placing a register at the disposal of her visitors in which to record their desires and criticisms The pages of the richlybound book soon began to be covered with notes such as Count de R still owes 25 louis he knows to whom The green peas yesterday were burnedBaroness M flirts not with me The marquise has withdrawn the de Paris Bibles in WaldorfAstoria- An outoftown visitor who regis tered at the WaldorfAstoria hotel was surprised on entering his room to find a handsome leatherbound Bible lying on the table with the name ValdorfAstoria stamped in gilt on the outside of the covet It was quite a new thing to him Inside the cover of the book there was a label saying that the Bible was for use of the guests of the WaldorfAstoria and underneath was the name of the New York Bible society This society aims to supply all the hotels in the city with Bibles for the use of the guests and to do this free of charge But the funds of the society have been so low that a large number of the hotels are without Bibles in their rooms and the few hotels supplied have paid part of the cost of the Bibles This is true of the WaldorfAstoria and the new Bibles recently placed there Any individuals can make donations for Bibles to be placed in the city hotels For a Monday Holiday The American Sabbath Union which is urging that the weekly school holi day be changed from Saturday to Mon day makes the surprising that already 101 colleges have the Monday holiday and are in its support Three have Wednes days and others are considering a change from Saturday The theory of promoters of the scheme is that stu dents use Saturday for rest or play and that they neglect religious serv ices on Sunday for the purpose of their Monday lessons With the case reversed no study is likely to be done on Sunday and there is a better chance for a reverent of that day Is Sabbath Day Dead Rev Dr Charles Fleischer rabbi of the Congregation Adeth Israel of has caused some discussion in Jewish circles by the declaration that the ancient Sabbath day is dead In keeping with his belief on the sub ject he has transferred the chief services of the week to Broke Ills Circuit The shades of the goose and the turkey were discussing the circum stances which had attended their re spective takings off Did you offer any objection when the cruel farmer laid hands on you sympathetically inquired the gobblerYes replied his gooseship I cried out Hello whats this What did you say next inquired the now thoroughly interested fowl Oh the goose replied I did not say anything more just then I was wrung off 3Iichiiraii Lyre 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 Gosben Church in Lincoln county Ky offer for sale at public outcry his 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 Gosben church also the 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 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 with The terms will be announced on the day of sale A C Robinson Executor of Samuel Dudderar J P Chandler Auctioneer 4 e extemporized original unfortunately registerCri especially announcement enthusiastic preparing Boston re- ligIous first home place recently observance Sunday 2 outbuildings following implements i UAUUAUD Listcuir IOIUT Margaret Jeiiulugs Admr vs Willie Jennings c Defendants Dy virtue of a judgement of the Gar CMreuir Court rendered fr Us vtiirch term 1 08 in tint t ji d 1 as Master Jcnituissu iron MONDAY MAY 2 08 v the hcurs tf 10 A M arid 2 I1 M it Uuiity Court day sell i till courthouse door in Lancaster IJarrard Clunty Ky to the hi h s ii bitidtr tlu following rfeserih i red tiropity s5it5rttfi in ths ity or iarrsrd rusy Ke- licky on Hirluumd in sur Adjo nint the town of r adjoining the lot now owned by said Jennings and James Ramsey and by Dart of lot conveyed by the Cemetery Co to Thomas Elkin containing 28 5 poles Second tract begginning at a stake in the middle of the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike road corner to Cicero Price thence with his line S 8 1 W 2188 poles to a stone corner to Ramsey in Prices line thence a now lute with Ramsey N 1G E 18 20 poles to a stake in the middle of the pike thence with the same U 56 W 0 48 poles to the beginning nearly f of an acre Said sale is made for the purpose of the settlement of the estate of Mar garet Jennings and the said property will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 12 months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed Master Commissioner for said pur chase money bearing cent per annum from date of sale until having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase nuney This May 7 1908 J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomlinson Atty for Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court W T West Athnr c Plaintiffs- vs Linsey Gulley c Defendants- By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1908 in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner will on 25 1 DOS between the hours of 10 A r and 2 rni it being County Court day sell at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county Ky to the highest and best bidder the following described real property situated in Garrard County Ky on the waters of Long Branch and bounded as follows Beginning at a point ir the middle of the Lancaster and Buckeye corner to John Hill thence pike and with said Hill N 71 E 9 chains to a stake on a hollow thence down same S CUE 4 65 chains S 65J E 525 chains S85J E S chains Sol E 620 chains to a stake near the forks of a branch old call a stump still down the branch and with said Hill N 65 E S chains N 682 E 6 chains K 6t5S E 6 chains Js 75 3 50 chains t a point in branch ten links below tile mouth of a drain entering from the Nirth thence S 81 E 537 chains 8Si E passing a sycamore tree fore and aft at a water gap a 4 70 chains in all 515 chains to a point near the mid die of Long branch and corner to John Hill thence up Long branch S E 5 75 chains to a point at the west edge of water and corner to Robert Gulley thence leaving the creek and with said Robert Gulley S 621 W 27 chains to a stake 12 links up the hill from a marked black walnut pointer a to said Robert Gulley still with said Gulley X S W 6 IS chains S 331 W 15 4S chains to a stone thence Iis 6 W chains to a stake on the south side of a hollow up said 39r W 6 15 chains S 63i W 2 60 chains to a stake in said hollow and at the mouth of a drain corner to Robert Gulley and John Lackey thence up said drain and with said Lackey IX 43 J W 875 chains 2f 25i W 3 chains X 41 W606 chains to a stake in line to and corner to Antioch church Itt thence with line of church lot N 59J E 286 chains N 39 W 3 52 chains If 56 W 218 chains to point near the middle of the Lancaster anti Buckeye turnpike corner to tile church lot thence with the middle of pike N 3 W 10 55 chains to a point near middle N 20 E 1 57 chains to the beginning containing 106 8 acres Said tract of land will be sold as a whole and the sale is made for the of the payment of the debts of Louisiana Gulley and a settlement of said estate TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to bond for their several payable with good security to the Master Commissioner for said pur chase money bearing six per cent inter est per annum from date of sale until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a judgement A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the pur chase money This May 7 1JOS J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court Lewis L Walker Atty LEARN TO EAT Few People in This Town Really Know How Slow catmi will solve onehaif the problem of ill health Those who sufTei with indigestion and weak stom with care and the use of Mionr stomach tablets restore their digestion tc a healthy condition so that they can eat want at time without fea of distress or suffering few use of Miona stomacl tablets the headache dizzy feelin drowsiness bad taste in the coated tongue nervousness sleeplessness distress after symptoms of c that the vital is once mon tablet before each meal so that it will stimulate the digestive juices and give strength to the stomach and then it will take care of the food that is eaten without indigestion and the full feeling with which so many suffer after Our have so much confidence in the power of Miona to cure indigestion and all stomach ills that they a guarantee with every 50 cent box to refund the the remedy fails to give satisfaction Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts 5 f S S t i LiIdi ahv w hI ill t ell hen lit Lau aIr IIHI U 10 t aforesaid nand 6 per interest wile I lIT MAY turnpike leaving 1 2 corner 3 SO hollow- S Lackey purpose execute purchases Circuit for achcan nn After a eatingall perfeetmachin ry smoothlyTake unpleasant ve COltIticilIi l9nin tilT rat I i I tit I iIy lvtiiitl1 z containing MONDAY 2 Puffs Great Ramedy Cured SSIn Disease of Long Standing Mr J T7ehcr of 10G5 Vine street Sar Jw Cal wrIts mi Inter log srurrjhSe skit n IT rhu v vf pniUf I li July UKK my fce ix gan tobr air ted vvi h a torriMft skin dfswsf I won o ltci r HT o me that I had hftMi p ho wanlefl ip r t lilt I Tt fu tf to i t I lo so awl afrer i f w msths f was tii awful sjjjlir You conUl set that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that 1 had cancer Great boils would appear increasing III size and paining me terribly I begun to doctor again but no one could help HIP large pimples and loU would continue to come At that time time I had as many as ten on my face I was such a terrible sight that my friends could not bear to see me i doctored for five years until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this I tried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it had cured several bad cases of Eczema 1 purchased a bottle and then I got a sec ond bottle The use of five bottles cur ed me It has been eight months now and the disease has not returned 5Iy friends ask what it was that cured me of the awful skin trouble and I answer that it was D D D which healed me We know tHat every word of the above letter is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis salt rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about tillS remedyIt E McRoberts Lancaster It Pays Well Jack Taylor Briar nil Kv says I never had hogs to fatten as well Hour hon Hog Cholera Remedy had paid me at least 810 for each dollar 1 invested in the remedy J R Mount Co Lancaster To Whom it May Concern Read this i you pease and you wil see it means you you any sick lame or diseased stock of any kind Have you any horses that chew with their heads turned to one sine or slob ber 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 Have you any with weak eyes or moon eyes I make a specialty of treating all diseases of domestic animals horses hogs flogs sheep and cattle I also feel that I can claim a pro ticiency 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 of removing all kinds enlargements or malformation of stock namely Shoulder boils warts absesses poll evil listula ring bone nlood 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 1 will tell you what it will cost before I ever DR M B WHITE Veterinary Surgeon oilice at Arnolds Livery stable Lancaster Residence adjoining W R Cooks residence new Danville pike 2m 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 Third nerves with that no ambi 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 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 a genuine 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 McRobsrts I j j u oi1 j IIi in t t h lit n lt t hm t Wbrsv1y I I a i hIt I tim fat brother your everywhere- as I i I icrn oic IouiS lit niutSr uiy X9cPitrp ioigt- hir Mr a cl r I iSjne cit lit 4S absolutely ti LJ jn FiE tH f 1 4 8 frjjJ O Ve tl t a11 i a l iii= Hare Is what Dr C M H Wrights brother Mr O I writes IMXTX ci ieii surer rtii seemUstiy i tL clory results but white I in ihe Kay treat ment I must say tliat the cancer KcaerB remedy pfrsisMttt ami no tnere i not a let or the disease aL HAYDEN March 51 Cain 11 Ail Skin f Troubles Vanish Hayden hii bd usett X tav niCkfar brokeoutrin ttbtl t1tID11 sign 1 when DDD treat meat is rightly used Cure the skinthrough the skin We carefully in vestigated the of this before putting it in stock and now recommend it in the highest terms The best skin specialists endorse D D D RE merits prescription McRoberts lO L y21LXDEN j who USES HYOMFi The Best People in This Town Guaranteed in Catarrhal Troubles Xo other remedy or treatment for catarrh has ever as jjojwlnr or so many remarkable CURS in this town as IIomei The IKSI people attest its ewrative vir tues say the loral asenfc The fair way in viiirlt IlyoiiKi was to refuted the inriivy unless it Siv sstlisfarlion was tlu best prtjfrf wlirn it was ietrotlntitl that it I nnnsua nral5v powers Our leadin lnissits took all the risk of the treatment jriviii satisfaction and left it to the piirrhastrs to he the loiter wlrn Hyotuei used and recommendinl In weilknowri physi cians an l lines men an l their Hives as a treatment that aioluti y cund ratarrh no matter how si rimis or lonir stainlinir the sales gnw am to day tinre other remedy in the tines sto k that IUK a hare and staple ale The first breath of Hyomets air kills catarrhal poison Tr llyomei to Iay on the ofier to the money if the treatment trw you satisfaction ohl and I by McRoberts 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 Stop That Cold check early coMs or Gripx Trerentfoj sure detent for Pneumonia To stop a cold with revcntitt is siftr than to let it run and lii obliged to euro it afterwards To be 1re ventics will cure even a deeply stated cold but head off these early colils Thats surely butter why thor are j Inc no phyrfc sickeninsr Nice for th children and thoroughly safe too If yon feel you sneezeifyou sictnes And fOr t your child itthere is fcverishiufj Herein probably lies Ireveutics snite t efficiency Sold in 6c boxes for the pocket site in ic boxes of IS Pruventics Ineist on your druggist giving you Preventics R E MCROBERTS We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try itwith this understanding McRoberts Drug Store mule pot jUt wa 1 I rtpi1 ino I its uh I I I not i I R E I I ITo mth taken lrlY1t tlethty or TIm ts llrc ntics Prccntiear CoM Quta nothing chilI i Qch all think of Preventics Promptns mayaisesave haIr utiat ont nightor daS I not sob our healing refund give guaranteed 4 uri tue sneeze break cutlet little Candy Cures No over your E I Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II 1 I We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16f 00000 SURPLUS 900000 DIKKCTORS M COY RGGUYN KL ARNOLD JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS II w c FISH II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and IICasuality Insurance i to any sufferer from skin disease who has not yet tried D DD a sample bottle free Write direct to DDDCO 112520 Michigan St Dept ChicagoHL J k ii 1 J t oI I t f j I C5ll FOR c After XRay FailedShowing how all kinds of thin diseases yield to that harmless used DDD Had externally liquid Prescription Read what aprominent tattyffiysifiti ing this remarkable case free from prejudice lids xrzdcty cxfertciuif fkysiciuit for 40 years u prominent practitioner recommends D D for skin diseases DR WRIGHTS STATEMENT I have worked for many rears in harmony with the physi cians in surrounding towns sad hesitate to appear in print but I shag speak ry trainS JlrO Lliavaen ferny brotherand hit Pres cription came personal observation Other suffering tram skin trouble have used your leniedy with good success I always keep a bottle with me and shall be triad to speak a good word foryour preparation whenever I can MRS DR C f II WRIGHT r retorts regard Ai curebl DDD und rmy patience nTneft t tJ 11 ta II F F nVtlWa ijj ThE a iji1 GSrTE TONICS tt OiS ATeltoberts Drug Store COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS NSW 01SC9Y8 t r z I t B Co LU Z MO KILL THE i WITH Dr Kings I IR iL3ErS txar Ct lnlvaMS- ret pan n- YaiardSw LnmentcaP OUCHS OLDS PRICE SOc Bottle Free LCO TriaL AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTHCUELES GUARANTEED SATISFACSCSS OB MONEY BSJrUJEDSIX and TAR CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption I Fofefs Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and j the lungs and prevents serious ra suits front cud j There is no danger oC Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foleys Hanoy ami TarIs taken as it wilL cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night I If yott have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when FfeysflHl cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs j Remember name F0fayf9 He y ami refuse any substitute offered Do chances with some unknown preparatToa that costs you the same when you get Fateys H iMy ami Tar that yen mi aura amd is safe and certai in results Contains opiates J Physic Mad Ciaaiuaptiaa J E H Jones B Church Grove writes About seven eightyears ago I had avery severe coldi which physicians said was very near pneumonia anti which they afterward pronounced consumption Through friend I was induced to try a sample Foleys Honey and Tar which gave XM j so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians calle4 consumption and I have sever had anyj trouble with my throat or Inngs siocaf that time Three sizes 25c SOc 109 The 50 cent size contains two anal onehalf times as much as the small and the 100 bottle almost six tinusj as much C C J E Stormes FOLETSHOKET TAR FOLEYS HONEY f I f 1 I strengthens a I coughsthe Twill th Tarand nottake cat costa cMrd Aft lId eC s2lei Sill n fOIEDlIBYqa Coughs andCoId t My Said US PastorAL I A IEcukI tOLIYshIJMIETcUIi frI Ls SuSIdsrrpi