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X1XKTKEXTH YKAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 29 IMS c THE arv x CENTRAL EtECOItJ rsax HIGH Character Glothes FOR Moo anti Young Moo In the Richest Styles of the Season Elegantly Tailored in all the Very Latest Styes A big range of newest fabrics fine quality All wool cassi mers and fancy worsteds in styles and patterns that are shown only by the finest custom tailors cut on the very latest models We are particular about the clothes we sell to our customers We demand that their manufacturers give special attention to their style and tailoring We cant afford to allow a garment to wear our name un less it be made our way The fabrics selected this season are the choicest and most exclusive weve shown Every color and shade prescribed by fashion is on display The New Jungle Shades The Elephant Gray The Fawn Gray The Elk Brown are the newest fabrics for suits We want you to see them 1000 1 50O 1800 and 2000 LoganShoes Hats and Furnishing Goods TRADE The above trade mark is the sign of a good SHOE for men recognized the world over as the best We carry this line in all leathers e g g it g it g itg g tI II T II I r lF MARIt Prices 500 550 600 SMITH HERRING Local Items All kinds of marines at a bargain sale Mrs Dollie Brown The regular communion services the Methodist church Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock Mr W W Royston age 86 yrs died at Fort Worth Texas He was the fath er of J W Royston of Marksbury this county We hear that Miss Allie Anderson has bought the Green house of Hubbard and will put it on a lot near Mr Powells store Mrs Zack Simpson of McCreary familiary known as Aunt Lucy died at 2 oclock Sunday and was bur ied Monday afternoon Master Commissioner J M Rothwell sold on Monday the Jennings lot on Richmond street at 900 and the Gulley farm of lOG acres near McCreary at 57 per acre Loss of Fine Horse Shoten the fine Stallion belonging to Hamilton and Daniels died last week of pneumonia This a heavy loss as he was valued at 1000 Green House Mr Chrisman who made many friends here has sold his Green house to Mr Ed Huhbard of Stanford nd he will move to Paris Kentucky Sunday School Convention The Garrard County Sunday School will hold its annual convention at the Christian church May 30th Let all members of this conven tion be present and enjoy the inter esting program Every body is invit ed Ice Cream Supper There will be an ice cream supper on Thursday night June 4th at S oclock at the White Oak school house Cream and all kinds of cake for 15 cts The proceeds go for an organ to be used for the Sunday school at that place Every body cordially invited Duck Eggs Mrs J M Philips Sr has a duck which has laid an egg each day since March 1 and on every other day she lays one with a double yolk Who has a duck that can beat that Interior Journal We got you Ed W I Williams has two ducks that laid three eggs one day he says A small crowd came to town Monday the farmers being busy with their crops and very properly so for all the wealth comes out of the ground and when the farmer does well we all do well Hut little stock was on the market a few cattle selling from 4c to 5c high for the quality Big Sale of Jersey Cows Mr C T Bohon of Lebanon Ky at the solicitation of the Creamery people brought in a load of Jersey Milch cows and at public sale at W B Burtons barn sold out 35 head of cows at prices ranging from 50 to S87 50 This in itself is evidence enough that the far mers are well pleased with the and the profits to be realized from good cows Obituary J B Carter age 69 years died at his home ten miles from town on Mon day after three days illness of pneu monia Funeral services were by Rev Jordan at Carters Chapel on Wednesday at 10 oclock A M and the entire community and many friends from other parts of the county with heavy hearts wit nessed the burial at Cartersville His widow alone survives him as no children were born to them Deceas was widely known as a kindhearted charitable Christian gentleman being a member of the Methodistchurch He built the church in which his funeral was preached and it was always open for any denomination to hold services On account of his prominence the village was named in his honor By industry and fair business methods he acquired considerable property He was always ready to lend a helping hand to the poor and it has been truly said by many that he will be sadly missed in that community He was the oak the shelter the storehouse where the unfortunate found relief and comfort Though modest and unassuming he was a man of action and his deeds will live beyond the narrow limits of the present genera tion at Mr Sales tommorrow I Court I Creameries conducted KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates Hxert for holding the Kentucky fairs for IJOS LANCASTER July 29 3 days Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Any 10 5 days Burkesville Aug 11 4 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sent 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days Box Supper The ladies of Fairview church will give a box supper on Saturday night June 13 for the benefit of the church which is in debt Let everybody take a box and a pocket book The game today between Richmond and Lancaster was a decided victory for Richmond the score being 12 to 4 Parish pitched a line game and was splendidly supported A total of 5 3 base hits made by Richmond a double play by McGiluare Drewery and Doup was the feature of the locals The sliding of McGiluare was the best ever run on the local grounds In addition to the Commencement exercises of the past week we want to notice the address delivered to the graduating class by Dr J C Willis which was well delivered and was intensely eloquet The immense concourse of people was an evidence of the popular interest in education and the appreciation of the value and excellence of the Graded School The following music was well rendered by Mr William West A song poem Inddolence by Jason V Matthews LeUhant du Seraphim by Louis Gregh and Traumeri Obituary On Friday afternoon this town and community were shocked to hear that O T Wallace age 03 years and one of the most prominent men in the coun ty had died suddenly of heart trouble at Dr Ramseys where he had gone to Survey a farm ills remains were taken to his home at Point Leavell and kept until Monday awaiting the arrival of absent members of the family when they were taken to Richmond for interment His widow two married daughters and a son in the South and a single daugh ter and son survive him He was a member of the Presbyterian church a successful farmer an accurate surveyor strictly moral and moved and operated in the highest class of good citizenship He made the race for Governor on the Prohibition ticket and did splendid work for the cause of temperance here and elsewhere He was beyond the in many particulars and will be missed in councils where the public good and the general welfare are under consideration The following was clipped from the Tennessee Times Miss Bessie Neil daughter of Mr Mrs P J Neil and Henry Clay Arnold were united in marriage at high noon on Saturday last the cer emony taking place at the home of the bride Rev Monroe read the mar riage rital The wedding was simple and pretty and was attended by only the relatives and a very few friends The bride was becomingly gowned in a cream dress She was attended by Miss Martha Miller Dr Jones was best man to the groom After the ceremony all partook of the bounteous dinner which was awaiting them The happy couple took their depar ture on the afternoon train for Evans ville Tenn where they will make their home Having lived all her life in our midst the bride needs no intro duction to the people of this Of an exceptional jovil nature she was popular with all people Mr Arnold is an operator and was employ at our depot the past winter He also won many friends during his stay here Both of them have the best wishes of everyone for the happy voy age over the uncertain sea of matri mony Strayed Strayed from my place on May 26th A large jersey cow in good condition Short horns and low on one side Reward for information leading to her recovery Rev H M Shouse Phone Marksbury I i i especially community 163Q living ordinary g Have just received a fresh supply of International Stock Food and Poultry Food 35 Keep your Stock and Poultry in good healthy 5 condition by useing INTERNATIONAL 1 L O DAVIDSON We sell Diamond Edge Tools and we are 18 ffiIEit mMEiE1 rjiirgraJTSJ rL IJml I u Head Quarters for Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Refrigerators and Ice Boxes fJ Ir i G3I lAWNI JAgeazle Arterial aid Cavity Eabalaiig Office on Danville Street i I MOWERS SWINGS SETTEESVASES HOSE HASELDEN BROS I I H riII raJiW III g UNDERTAKER I I FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK Our display of Spring and Summer i Apparel for Ladies i was never more complete We call especial attention to our lines of Silks Lawns Serge Mo gi hair Panama Ginghams gfj 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 The DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST Work Ring phone No 48 and we will call ror and deliver work quickly ro Tt aRaRaR RaRlRlRlRlRlR i I I II I I I tv B I I I I I I I I I II I I 8itlEtlE41EI 6 i6 4 I Coal COAII 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash hoc 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 HUDSON ONLY FIVE DAYS MORE- of our SPECIAL May Day Spoon Sale Twenty five patterns of Sterling Silver Flat Ware from Americas best factories to be sold at prices lower than they ever can be had again Your opportunity Positively the last day June 3rd All Articles Engraved Free Our Motto Promptness Accuracy Reliability Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store q 1 s IA i r COAL I iiII I 1 I I I I IBANKS I vllrAnArJ40 IIIlleelI1DIeell eeleeteeleTt I II I I i I j I g- I I I I I I I JllI 111111 1IIIDOll 1 lO IJ lgOgo Ciby I ae s eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaee I LI J J WALKER PresidentII liliiii J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL S M SURPLUS Jio B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQOTY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders Your Money With The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky The Farmers Bank BEAZLEY HASELDEN Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1852 Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 I Deposit s DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry store i MZenny i Herndon Ben D Herndon IERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law LaBCatcr Kentucky OSco over Btontei drag store I c The Danville Laundry Guarantees Work CESTIiAL RKOOllD 1S8U1CD WKEKIA 100 A YKAtt LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post OJZce in Lancaster Ky it SfconildafS Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association lI Lancaster Ky May 29 1908 As an item of public interest we give the official call for the Democratic State Convention which is as follows By order of the Democratic State Ex ecutive Committee of Kentucky a a Democratic State Convention is call ed to meet in the city of Lexington on Thursday the 11th day of June 1908 for the purpose of appointing delegates to the National Democratic Conyen tion which will as semble in the city of Denver on July 7 1908 to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States The Democrats of each county and where a county embraces more than one legislative district of each legis lative district will assemble i n mass convention in their respective county seats and districts as aforesaid on Saturday June G 1908 at the hour of 2 p m on said day and appoint delegates to represent the said coun ties and districts respectively in the State Convention The basis of repre sentation in the State Convention shall be one delegate for each 200 votes and fraction of over 100 votes cast in the respective counties and districts for the Democratic electors in the Presidential election of 1904 In the National Convention at Denverthere will be 1002 delegates but it would be jolly to comment on the results of that gathering as goes without saying that Bryan will be nominated It isequal ly certain that will be nomina ted by the Republicans There are 483 Electoral votes making 242 necessary to a choice The disaffection among the money powers the trusts the col ored element and the disposition of a men to hold the Republi can administration responsible for the panic and therefore for their idle ness with many other reasons point toward the conclusion that Bryan will be elected Remember that this is the honest opinion of one temporarily in charge of this excellent Indepen dent Journal We hear talk of the advantages of city life It would be better to speak of the disadvantages of city life as the close sultry foul air in the city destroys health and worst of all as a rule the many attractions in the city cause people to forget God and the Salvation of the immortal soul be comes a most serious question Select the country for physical and spiritual health and growth The North should cease howling about crimes in the South as the Guinness grave yard in Indiana is more hideous and horrible than all the crimes of the South combined The is full of good reading matter and does justice to that thriving city the rich county of Bell and other parts of South Eastern Kentucky The Most Common Cause of Suffering Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any other disease for the reason that it is the niost 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 whiie 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 by F P Frisbie 1m They Are Coming Everything under the sun is an statement but very ap propriate and fitting in making a trite assertion relative to the manifold at tractions and diversified features of the J Agustus Jones Shows Con strue the statement literally and add a litte of imagination and even then after seeing these Greater Shows there will be no subsequent indictment for exaggeration or perversion of the truth Figuratively speaking the J Augustus Jones Shows have spread a dragnet over the amusement and zoological universe and hauled in the ropes have made a scientific assort ment of the great catch retaining all that was wonderfully striking or and cast way the refuse If there is aught that has been overlook ed it must be ethereal elusive or ima ginary Every avenue of possible in novation has been traversed Every field ot possible feature has been ravag edAggrandisement and progression were the watch word originality the slogan and the date at Lancaster is Monday June 1 for the Jones Enor mous Shows 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 Write DrShoop Rice Wis The Night Cure is sold by BE McRoberts Taft million idle Middlesboro News it encompassing sensational Miss Ison has been visiting relatives in Somerset Miss Marie Ballard of Lancaster is visiting relatives here Mrs Jeff Dunn will go to Lexington Saturday fo a short visit Mr and Mrs Dm Chca hnn of Nicholdsvillc spout Sunday here Miss Maynie Lee Ballard has gone to Lexington for a short visit to vela livesMiss Hester Patton was the guest of Miss Lena Iligney at Lancaster last weekMr J Hogan Ballard will go to Lex ington Friday to attend the Phi Delta Theta dance Miss Hattie Durham of Lancaster visited Dr and Mrs J II Durham and Sunday Messrs B F Jennings and Joe Ilasel dui of Danville spent Sunday with Mr Sam Haselden Judge Montgomery of Elizabeth town has been spending a few days with the Messrs Moore Misses Josephine Moss and Bessie Swope nave gone to Mackville to visit their aunt Mrs John Peters Misses Day and Hoge of Caldwell college will be the guests of Mrs G B Rose from Friday until Monday Mrs W J Hogan returned home Saturday after an extended visit to her daughter Mrs W F Woolfolk at LexingtonMisses Sanders of Nicholas ville and her guests Misses Austin of Tennssee and Sullivan Bloomfield visited Mr and Mrs J W Glass last Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Salve writes Charles F 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 McKi torts drug store 1m BUENA VISTA The Misses Askins are visitihg near BurginWill Jennings of Danville spent Sunday with his mother Mr J W Askins who has been quite ill is able to be out again Walden Blakeman who has been school at Berea is at home Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford were guests at J J Poors last week Miss Maddelle King will return from Campbell Hagerinan College this weekAlvie Christopher and family of Somerset spent a part of last week with relatives here Mrs Belle Cook of Lexington is fcer daughter Mrs Deitrich and other relatives here Miss Lucy Lee Mahan of London is expected this week to visit Miss Florence Christopher Mesdames Mud of Kansas City and Ross Adams of Lexington spent with the family of James Robin sonMiss Cora Poor and brother Will have been visiting friends at Wilmore and attending commencement at Ashburg College Willie the four year son of Mr and Mrs John Lane who had the misfor ture to be kicked in the head by a horse is doing nicely at this writing Will Scott has a ewe which in the last six months has born live lambs Three of which now average one hun hred Ibs each lie has his Hock at 06 Miss Minnie Johnson has oeen to teach the Linden Dale school The Pollys Bend will be moved nearer the center of the district and Mrs Wesly Lane will teach it The protracted meeting at Mt Olivet conducted by Revs Ross and Griffy closed Sunday morning Large crowds listened to the soul stirring sermons of Brother Guffy He is one of most earnest preachers who has ever been in this community 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 puretoast 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 Program The following Is the program for Decoration exercises at the Court House June 3rd at 230 oclock Prayer Rev C C Brown Song My Country thee Introduction of Speaker WI Williams Address Hon Reed Embry Quartette My Old Ky Home Misses Fannie Tinder Shelby Mason Lucy Doty Katherine Conn Reading To a Confederate Veteran Miss Mary Clay Patriotic Medley Mrs Eugenia D Potts Benediction Rev J H Williams Prayer at Grave Rev F M Tinder Physical Geography The following answer was recent ly given in a geography examination in reply to the question From what direction do most of our rains come Most of our rains come straight down but some of them come side wajg Youths Companion rANV I I Eli il Saturday r week- A Ar- nica Budahn- of attending visiting Saturday schoolhouse expertwho Simpson tis ot JJi 011 ryl I itching engaged engaged C a i SSa Business Items Sutton Wards pie j No 1 cow for sale II C Hamilton Bring me your produce W II Ward Headquarters for Harness H don Bn Muggy anti wagon ba ness cheap 2L W Romans Eggs are up come and see how high 2f W II Ward Cane and Millet Seed fur If Now is M tirun to yet your hives Lancaster Plaining Mill Cane and Millet Seed for sale tf Banks Iludsa Genuine red top cane seed for sale at W II Have your guttering and re paired by Ilaselden Bros Harness are going cheap a large stock to select trom W J Romans All kinds and sizes of Ice cream freezers al a low price W II Ward All kinds of Sewing Machine repair at Tornpsons I have too many buggies You can get a great bargain W J Romans Look at my Tina of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed 1m Regular boarders wanted at Sutton Wards New Restaurant Regular Table boarders 8350 per week meals 25c Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans For an ball room out tit see Ilaselden Bros 43tf For Hames trace chains and pads see ilaseldentJBros 43tf Cattle to Graze 100 acres line 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 1m 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 Notice Chicken Raisers 50cts No cure no pay Guaranteed by R E McRoberts tf Wanted 10000 pounds of wool at Highest market price Sacks furnish ed II B Northcott A good jersey cow 4 years old and 2k gallons of mik tf R T Embry at National Bank Buggies and driving wagons I have three car loads to select from prices are right and the vehicles are right tf W J Romans Wanted- I will pay highest price for all the Wool you will bring me Call and get sacks T S Elkin Lancaster tf See Prof Lippord at once and enter the Business College Many idle young people should prepare for good positions It pays Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown May 4 1008 One drop of R 4 11 44 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieve the chicken instant ly When fed in feed or it is the best preventive I have overseen tf Will Coomes Attention Tobacco Raisers We can insure your tobacco barns as tobacco barns so you can put tobacco in them and not cancel your insurance Old Kinniard AgencyBeazley Haselden National Bank Phone 31 Having bought the Lancaster Green House I will sell all the lowers at a reducted prica for the next S or 10 ten days before moving to Stanford Ed Hubbard I have some splendid tomato plants for sale at reasonable prices Mrs Emma Grant Danville St Hemp Seed- I have some new cultivated hemp seed for sale Prices reasonable Ap ply to R M West or Frank Marksbury For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house all out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike i mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood A pply to MorfoidDunn Bourne Ky 1 24 Gm We have the Agency for J Solomon 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 tit See H C Hamilton W H Ward Prof Lippard wants to see at once all interested n entering the summer store Many young could ob tain a business education this summer and be ready for good positions this fall Nothing pays better As I wish to close out my entire stock of Merchandise inside of the next forty days and will make a great reduction in all lines Here are some of my prices Best prints 5 to 6 cents Large line of hamburgs at test all dry goods and notions at cost Shoes at and below cost Arbuckles coffee IGc per pkg Arm Hammer soda 3 pkgs for lOc Ball potash 4 for 25c Lenox soap 3 bars for lOc Bulk soda 2 pounds for oc Queensware below cost All other things in proportion CD Powell cry salt Banks llud I 2t i collars GapesRoup For Sale giving TailoringAnd College try G 43rf beef Wardt pumps C C KY ri i t We Guarantee Satisfaction t Ve rely upon our many years of experience in fitting glasses and know we can fill all requirements We guar Janteeglasscs to suit the eve for two years MORROW MCROBERTS High Grade Watches Jewelry Clocks JOur facilities for repairing are unsurpassed All work guaranteed IU v Q N N NN N Dont miss the I am giving on Buggies and Harness I have many in stock and will cut away down NTo trouble to shoW W J ROM ANS New car load of Kokomo Fence Watch for i J B Walker Gos I Saturday May 31st Values are irresistably tempting A Bargain feast Will you share in it We have just received the prettiest line of LINGERIE DRESESS ever shown in Central Kentucky s J B WALKER GO RICHMOND KENTUCKY Buggies Buggies II I I Iii I S I I I ItO I IV I III II lft A aRaR I II I I BI Unnerwear I again I I I If II 0 If II I If I a I I I i tWiaE e HARNESS III BARGc N o prices foods iii iViiisIn Sale i Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what 300 4 PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in painting let us show your tie way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting McRoberts Drug Store THE SHERWINWILUAMS that BY i SOLD r t Good Reliable Comfortable We are Smashing Prices Brown Riding Cultivators Best Made Matta Double Shovels RAY WALKERS Great Reliable Water Filter Hundreds of other Filters are being torn out and replaced with the Great Reliable Filter American Fence same price for 30 days J E Mount Co I have in stock a nice line of Good and Cheap Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs ETC all of which have been boufiht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON You know it pays to always buy the best so you will not miss it by getting for all kinds of painting For sale by W JROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE HICKORY BUGGIES nu 1 I 8 j mf1JPJrriJg RjilJDr LOOK SEaE II DRUG GETS I rlII lr0 0X0X X0jlll YfJX Mixed Paint I I t f Xr Xey 1RTNfS 1r Cf ti n iafi rt i i 7L J1 Iii L fJ- i J 1 Medium p Q ii Veribest A Q Q Q Q aQ l000 I For anything in the Paint Line I go to I FrisbiesI IDRUGSTORE Come see our Merry Widow Sailors Gold Medal Shapes andJaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker V Spring 1908 Spring 1908 We call especial attention to our exquisite line of Millinery which now complet in every respect We hare every I new creation for Spring and Summer I Mrs Ada Kinnaird Gibson I j is f 1f F itjLlg t lm rIJcF j t t n r jq htP r tQfI ItiJiii Jo A ug2JXTFIlUtJD Dr illfE KT0n I Mrs Ada Kimaird was a visitor in Danville Friday Mr Stephen Walker of Louisville was here this week Mr and Mrs W B Mason have from the cities of the East Miss Norma Elmore left Monday for a visit to relatives in Versailles Tercy Burnside is in Middlesboro visiting his brother Mr Joe Burnside Mr Jerome Tarter of Somerset spent Sunday with Mr George Friend Misses Jennie and Josephine Warren of Stanford were visitors here Satur day Mrs P N Spainhower left Monday for Greensburg Ind to visit her sister thereMiss Hester Patton of Bryantsville has been the guest of Miss Lena RigneyMiss Lettie May McRoherts is at home from college in Virginia for vacationMiss Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit tc relatives in Crab OrchardProf Mrs Nickell left the past week for Carlisle to spend their sum mer vacation Mrs C F Denman of Nicholasville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Miss Annie Perkins of Marksbury has been visiting Miss Bettie West Danville avenue Miss Flora Jackson of Keene Jessamine county is visiting her Jno Forbes this week Mrs W S Elkin returned to her home in Atlanta Monday after two weeks stay here with relatives Mr Herbert Price of Louisville has joined his wife and baby for a visit to the family of Mr D M Lackey Mrs Jennie Broaddus is in Midway this week attending the graduating exercises of her daughter Mary Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond has been the guest of her aunts Misses Tommie and Lucy Francis Miss Iva Coy of Kirksville and little neice Sarah Irvine Cuy of Rich mond have been visiting Misses PierceMiss Pearl Hardin who has been at Middletown Ohio the past three months is with her sister Mrs Alex WalkerMrs of Monticello is the guest of her son Mr M D Shearer Mr and Mrs M D Shearer are rejoicing over the birth of a fine boy Mr Ross Bastin to Tuesday to remove the telephone exchange Mrs Bastin will spend the week with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Lear Richmond Maud Spainhower of Garrard county was in this city Monday Miss Spainhower will teach one of the public schools in this county this year Miss Kathleen Walter visited Mrs Yates Hudson at Danville and attend the Carnival She will go to Monti cello for a weeks visit to her cousin Mrs B F Robinson before returning home Mr J Vincent Arnold who has been engaged in the railroad business at Knoxville Tenn has been promoted to the responsible position of ticket agent at the L and N Railroad depot in Birmingham Ala Mr Arnold Miss Florence Burnside of this county Mrs Arnold and children are with her parents Mr and Mrs J G Burnside atPoint Leavell She will not go to Birmingham before the middle of J une Lexington Eugenia Denny left this morning to spend a week or two visiting relatives at her old home in Lancaster and to attend the Commencement exercises of Gar rard College The college is the hand some old residence of Miss Dennys grandfather Hon George W Dunlap and where she was born and reared until her parents Judge and Mrs George Denny moved to Lexing ton Miss Dennys aunt Mrs E D Potts is now in Lancaster having a delightful visit and she will join her there for a week 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 the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness and Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store Price 50c 1m A Word from Josh Wise Ive noticed no one ever raises th question when a womans usefulness ends It simply doesnt 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 satisf 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 Friable 1m I returned uncle I wascalled PantagraphMiss j married LeaderMiss I insomnia I I Livingston Sherlev Hudson is at home from Danville College Miss Nell Adams of El Dorado Ark is here on a visit to relatives Miss Virginia Bourne is visiting Mrs W K Warner of Stanford Misses Newell of Danville are visit Misses Sophronia and Mary Lynn Fox Miss Annell Tomlinson left this week for Lexington tv visit relatives Mr Clarence Woodsthe popular of Richmond was here Wednesday Miss Mary Elmore entertained a few friends very delightfully Friday even ing Mr and Mrs II M Ballou attended the BartleyGivens wedding at Stan ford Mrs Edna Francis is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs George BallewMrs Rucker of Richmond is visiting the family of Mr William ShugarsMiss Kinnaird has return ed from a delightful visit to friends in DanvilleMr Walton of Stanford was here Monday mingling among his many friends The Embroidery Club was entertained the past week by Miss Lena Rigney Mrs Della Arnold and Miss Allie Arnold visited relatives in Crab Orchard Sunday Miss Sallie Lou Myers left Tuesday for a visit to her sister Mrs Richard Ware of Cincinnati Misses Helen Gill and Grace Kin naird have been visiting Mrs Horace Herndon of Paint Lick Miss Agnes Miles is at home after completing her course in Beaumont College Harrodsburg Ky Misses Elmore and Chenault of Richmond have been visiting Miss Mary Elmore Danville avenue Miss Lee Prather and Mr Paul Griggs of Richmond were by Miss Gallic Adams Sunday Rev J II Williams attended the Kentucky Wesleyan College commence fluent exercises at Winchester this weekMiss Delia Mae Tinder has returned from Lexington where she graduated with with high honors at Hamilton CollegeMrs Lear and Miss Sue Anna Lear Mrs J A Mrs Ross Bastin dined with Mrs Robert Gulley WednesdayMessrs Ford Bradley Johns ton Alex Doty and Will Walker have returned from Lexington where they attended school the past term Cadiz RecordProf and Mrs D W Bridges and little son D Warren jr will arrive tomorrow from Lancaster Ky to visit Mrs Bridges mother Mis M II Jagoe Mrs E II Smith and children of El Dorado Ark and Mrs Elmore Row land and children of IIuttig Ark are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs S B Henry Danville Lewis Gill Wm and Chas West of Lancaster attended the Carnival dance At torney and Mrs Joseph Robinson of Lancaster were in Danville Sunday Miss Carrie Currey of Lancaster- is visiting here sister Mrs Fisher D Gains East Main street The literary Club met Friday after noon in the Sunday School room of the Christian Church The room was decorated with palms and numerous bouquets of roses Miss Katie Lee Denny was the leader her subject be ing Six American Women Whose Achievement Have Made Them Famous The program was of great interest and the afternoon one of the most delightful of the club Mrs E D Potts a distinquished guest of Lexington gave a most charming talk The following out of town guests were present Mrs A H Rice of Ind Miss Hester Patton of Brvantsville Miss Annie Cotton of Danville and Mrs James Anderson of French Lick Ind Mrs B F Hud son will lead the next meeting Her subject is North American Indians 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 im Their Work Some men were born to invent things and others to try to improve what has been invented 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 New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria cr bilious ness Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 25c 1m I mayor I entertained and AdvocateMessrs Richmond coughwhen charmingly Anion I SAFEGUARDING THE IMMIGRANT What Is Done to Exert Wholesome In fluences Upon New Arrivals When the immigrants land from tho barges at Ellis island they n put through a moral ical examination Of course the are not so satisfactory as in the first examina tion Tho ques tioners must de pend to a great extent on the an swers of those in terrogated and with little corrobo rative evidence Those convicted as wen as a phys results A Converted of crime in their Anarchist country must go back to their starting point but only in most cases to try again to reach the promised land that lies just up the Narrows of New York harbor When the immigrants leave the de tention buildings they are met by numbers of Christian missionaries who endeavor to impress on the new arrivals that this is a Gcdfearins country says the Christian Herald They give them Testaments printed in their own a d also do much practical work in preventing the im migrants from falling into the groedy hands of the land sharks who the new arrivals as their on peculiar prey Recently a missionaiy named Lutzing found a young Rus sian anarchist who had managed to get by the inspectors at Ellis island He took him into his own home Ho was invited to church and the exam ple of Christian lives made itself felt He was asked at last to choose be tween Christ and anarchy He went to his room to pray When he came out he had chosen the former and was a changed man The missionary got work for him and now the young Russian is to get his fellow workmen to fol low his example This is only one of several similar incidents at Ellis A MENS BIBLE COURSE Special Effort to Interest Men in Bible Study The American Institute of Sacred Literature with headquarters at has prepared some new work designed to be especially helpful in solving the problem of getting Wren in the church interested in Bible study which will serve to develop a deeper and more spiritual religious life The first is a course on the Social and Ethical Teaching of Jesus It ap peals to all who wish to study tho teaching of Jesus in its relation to modern social and moral problems Each months work is introduced by a preview arid followed by topics for discussion and review questions Some of the practical topics selected at are as follows How far has tho attitude of faith in God exhibited by such religious communities as the Puritans Quakers etc had a part in shaping the life of the country An into the relation of the working classes to the church and the churchs responsibility to the working classes What are the divorce laws of your state What moral questions are in volved in thrift the habit of saving What is the responsibility of the state to exconvicts How far does the state undertake to regulate the morals of its citizens The study of this course by groups of men young or old would lead to a more intelligent handling of problems connected with civic politi cal and social life and an increase in the influence of the church in the modern world Completes Successful Mission Tour Mrs E M Whittemore founder of the Door of Hope has just concluded a two months western tour during which she held thirtytwo meetings including San Diego Pasadena Los Angeles Santa Barbara San Jose San Francisco Oakland Salt Lake Chi cago Hamilton Springfield 0 and Cleveland During those gatherings in churches and halls over J5C prayers There was no emotional excitement but a real depth of spiritual awakening upon the part of those who made request Some most interesting cases were dealt with Trials in Persia Missionary J X Wright of Tabriz Persia writes Just at present is in a badly disturbed condition politically and we have fear it may be much worse before the skies begin to clear As yet the mission work is on as usual except at Urumia where the sultans troops and the Kurds are bringing about anarchy as far as Persian authority is concerned As yet all the missionaries are un harmed and the consuls are doing all that can be done for the protec tion of life and property An Old Church The oldest church in continuous west of the Alleghany the German Evangelical Protes tant church of Pittsburg is celebrat ing its one hundred and anniversary Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured An honored citizen of this town was suffering from a severe attack of dysentery ne told a friend if he 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 1 H own tongue regard inquiry desired special Persia going existence mountains twent fifth couldobtain endeavoring island Chicago random personally v Yes The Steam LAUNDRY Is still turning out that good work that pleases everybody- if you have any LAUNDRY you want done up in firstclass style call up 48 Skinney and Lenny and we will call for it and deliver it trial order will be appreciated Coleman Gulley Leonard Miller l loa Ii v Danville promptly- A GUllY MlllR AGENTS 1dAgan1 THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXY resident J E STOKMES Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier Robinson Asst Ca R T Embry DIUECTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stnrmes S C Denny J L Gilli I I I m I I JF I I 1 Solicit Your Business I CorningIn all its magnificent splendor JONES ENORMOUS SHOWS 400 I0 SafetyDeposit Boxes forHell I Men Women Children Horses Beautiful Shetland Ponies Elephants and Camels t OF AMERICAS FUXNILST OF ALL FUNNY CLOWNS 400 Europe and Americas most noted Lady and Gentlemen Performers Acrobats Leapers Tumblers Aerilists Exuilibrists and Jesters io A Troupe of Highly Educated Dogs Shet land Ponies and Monkeys A Herd of Performing Elephants A most Magnificent Featured and Rendered with Perfect Precision in the Vast Tents A Mile Long Line of Golden Glittering Free Street Parade Massive Open Dens and Cages of Rare Wild and Costly Animals Beautiful Horses Trappings Chariots Tabeleaux Floats A Calvary of Richly Costumed Ladies and Gentlemen from all Nations Bands of Music Etc All Positively Free at Noon on Day of Exhibition This Enormous Show Never Divides and will Positively Show Afternoon and Night at LANCASTER Monday June 1st PerformanceAll The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years lias borne tIle signature of and has been inndo under iiis supervision since its infancy ItCUA Allow no onetodeceive yon in this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Jnstnsgood are but Experiuieuts that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium 3Iorphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy antI natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TT MUIIIIAV STREET NEW YORK CITY W Paregoric Drops PanaceaThe ikI TNt CEIITAU COMPANY personal Even ourGrandfathers knew what SNOW LINIMENTwill A CONVINCING PROOF- of the worth of medicine is the cures it can effect who has used Ballards Snow Liniment knows that it will RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS- V 1u Settle Richmond Mo writes This is to certify that I have used your Snow Liniment for ten years rheumatism neuralgia lame back etc in case it rendered immediate relief and satisfaction Av id 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 t a Everyone CURE I every rr1 I Cheapest II Price I of- SIbSGriptioD Most Complete and Accurate In News I I Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon be in full swing Just now there is a most interesting fight on for the nominations Are you in touch with the trend of evens in both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the various candidates No newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Its reputation for fairness is supreme You must have a daily newspaper Our clubbing arrangement is very attractive v The CENTRAL The LOUISVILLE HERALD Both one year for 300 This offer only holds good until June 15th 1908 RECORDA- ND Wanted Five thousand bushels of strictly No 1 cultivated bemp seed for fall delivery Will pay a good price Universal Fiber Co 112 In rjUana St Chicago Ills 2t Wanted f r r Plants Plants Plants Genuine Peter Hendersons Tomatoes and all other varieties guaranteed Fresh from the bed Potatoes in season Telephone 212 tf Mrs Geo Smith Ponder- osa THIS mJRtBtG AT VOIK NESTOR OF BIBLE SOCIETIES Pennsylvania Organization to Cele brate Its Century That nestor of Bible societies in the United Pennsylvania BibleStatesthe making preparations to celebrate its one hundredth anni versary and all the world of Bible readers and Bible lovers will turn with vivid interest to the event which commemorates the beginning of Bible distribution on the societyis American conti JJ02az Z7KZZZEe nent It may not be generally known that Pennsylvania boasts the earliest Bible society in the country Other states followed and in 1816 a national organization was effected under the title of The American Bible society The Bible Society of Philadelphia was the original name of the society and Bibles with that title are still When the society was about 30 years old its name was changed to the present one of the Pennsyl vania Bible society The work began in a small way It was a small com pany of 25 clergymen and laymen who met by appointment in the home of Robert Ralston one of their number for the purpose thus described in the formal records of taking into con sideration the propriety of instituting a Bible society Bishop William White presided and the ancient hair clothcovered chair in which he sat on that occasion is still in use in the societys present quarters at 701 street Philadelphia Prominent in the group was the Dr Benjamin Rush who the object of the meeting and urged the importance of instituting a society for the gratuitous distribution of Bibles among the poor and ignorant The approaching centenary of the society says Christian Herald is to be observed by the establishment of a fund for the carrying on of the im portant work The sum aimed at is 60000 and a large portion has al ready been secured The plans for the celebration are in the hands of a of which Dr Edward Yates Hill is chairman They include a series of public meetings to be held next spring in which clergymen of all denomina tions will participate UNITE ON EDUCATION Mission Workers in Western China Form a Federation A plan of federation in education has been formulated by the West China Educational union representing the American Baptist Methodist Episcopal Canadian Methodist China Inland English Church Missionary English Friends and London Missions Under the auspices of the union the primary and secondary schools have already been unified graded and provided with standard courses of study with regulations for examinations and a central examining committee The plan now is to have a Chentu union university the main features of which are 1 Each mis sion to found and maintain with a staff of one or more men a college to be affiliated with the university 2 a western university to provide a staff of men or equip a central build ing and furnish a staff 3 the sepa rate colleges in consultation and with the university to provide for the departments including all the students in each 4 each college to be under its own management and a senate representing all to manage all university matters 5 each college Is to be supported entirely by the mis sion to which it belongs and to pay its share of the running expenses of the university 6 the western university is to support its own staff Builds Engines and Works for Souls President Converse that noble Christian layman whose heart is so much engrossed with the things of the kingdom of God while he is also an alert business man has himself seen the production of about 28000 of the 30000 machines turned out by the Baldwin Locomotive works of It is a good guess that the evangelestic enterprises that he has engineered and paid for have been the means of saving at least 28000 souls A soul for every engine wouldnt be a low ideal one that teachers and superintendents might translate into their lives Roof Garden Church at Munich The new Presbyterian mission church building at Manila Philippine Islands seats about 300 It claims to be the first roof garden church ever built By easy flights of stairs at both ends of the church we ascend to the roof garden tiled and beautiful to be used for evening services social purposes and young peoples work Brilliant with rows of electric lights it is a nightly advertisement of some thing doing in the religious world Largest Sunday School Meerut India is reported to have the largest Sunday school in Method ism the membership being 4134 Develops the Good In Man Franklin To be thrown upon ones own resources Is to be cast into the very lap ol fortune Pot Infants and Children Bears the Signature of rl 111111 extant venerable explained committee Philadelphia CASTOR De Always BoIlht d2 0 Walnut society separate IA kid YN Han 1 Mr Bert Some btHihl of Alex Wai ker one horse 100 Mrs Eliga McMHIion visited her mother last Wednesday near Loyd Mrs Lizi Ray spent part oftast week with her grand daughter Mrs Eliza UcMillion Miss Flora Lee Wiley Satur day night and Sunday with Miss Leola Crutchtield Misses Lola Cnitchlield and Flora Wiley spent Sunday with Miss Leola Montgomery Misses Pearl and Ceatric Sanders Alice Synder and Liunic Preston spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry MontgomeryMrs B Preston sold a good horse to Mr Jess Sweeney of Lancas ter for 130 also bought one from Mr Mulfinger for 87500 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 To the Honorable Judge of Garrard county courtA D the county attorney J E Robinson for Garrard county you are hereby notified that I will on the 2nd day of June 1U08 before the Honorable Board of Prison at Frankfort Ky make for Parole for Samuel Jen nings confined in the State Peniteni at Frankfort Ky tf Samuel Jennings by Atty 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 See Beazley Haselden for Insurance on your county property tobacco barns stock barns corn cribs resi dence c Over 50 years without a lawsuit Phone 31 Spolien Sarlcnstllc Why does lion Yellan Shoute al ways wind up his addresses by stating that all he is and all that helms thai he hopes to he he owes to his dear wife whose ennobling and inspiring influence and so forth and so on etcet era inquired the gentleman who had occupied front seat Well replied the individual who had sat in the gallery he has to go home to eat you know Ualtiinore American A Give Away Speaking of ghosts remarked the with the pompadour a eats eyes shine so in the dark they startle one at times 1 should say so thoughtlessly ac quiesced the girl with time Mary Man iwering curl our cat got in the parlor last night while Charlie Sqneesicks was calling and when we saw its eyes we thought it was my little brother Brooklyn Eagle Never Touelicil Him I dont know why it is that some of the younger fellows cant get along in this business said the oldtime life insurance solicitor Now in my day I have seen a great deal of the bush ness and have no complaint to make I have been fired out of ofliees run down stairs into streets and have been ejected from buildings hut never yet have I been Y Times A TEST Catarrh Sufferers Should Try Hyomei on this Liberal Guarantee Our leading druggists invite all who suffer from any form of catarrhal troubles to get a outfit from them with their guarantee that if it does not give perfect satisfaction the money will be refunded upon request There is no other treatment for catarrh that in resembles none that gives such quick curative results and lasting satisfaction no medicine that can take its place none that can be sold on a guarantee like this to refund the money unless it euros Catarrh is a germ disease and can be cured only by breathing Hyomci so that the most remote air cells in the nose throat and lungs are readied by its antiseptic healing powers In this all germs are killed the irritated mucous membrane is healed and catarrh is driven from the system This wonderful medicated air treatment does not drug and derange the stomach but is breathed through a little pocket inhaler that goes with overt dollar outfit The unusual way in which our druggists sell attests their confidence remedy Sold and guaranteed by B E McRoberts We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money for it We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try itwith this understanding McRoljerts Drug Store I I nt pressurecongestion Notice Fordand Commissioners application R II Tonflinson I andall girl insultedX INVITE Ilvoiimei0 the inot paid- u I 4Nl mp Hyoinei aiiv was vt REPORT OF THE OOrlulTlOH OF IAXOASTKKKYAT Close of Business May 14 1908 Loans anti i coum Sill Overdrafts sfenreilaml unsecured ill sT IT S Komlrt to secure circulation MiixsiJ M Bonds securities etir iMirti lO HiinUiiii liuii fiiriiitni itiri fixture lIne from National HitnUs not lie serve Atfftitsi i1 One from state thinks amid Bankers Due from n roreil reserve ageuts iGI l a Checks iiml other cash items s Notes of other Xational Jlanks 535 w Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 75 18- LAWFIM MoSEY UKSERVC Is KASK viz Specie lIt 7 0 Legaltender notes Redemption fund with IT S Tress urer 5 per cent of circulation 2JKX 00 TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 000000 fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes laid 11100 Ki National Hank notes outstanding tin ix Due to other National Banks i l Hut to State Banks and Bankers 7t I r5 Individual deposits subject to check lf o STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKKARP ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of May 1103 S C Denny Notary Public Jly Commission expires Jany 191 CORRECT Attest J J WALKER 7 J S JOHNSON Directors T M ARNOLD t REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER Tie Close of Business May 14 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discounts Hi 27 9 Overdrafts secured and unsecured lrr 01 t S Bonds to secure circulation fiOOOO 00 Howls securities etc srt BiUikinjrliousefuriiitiiresiiHl fixtures 71 00 00 Due from National Hanks not reserve itRciitg TV 19 One from State Banks and Hunkers 11 Due from approved reserve agents 51JSM JI Checks timid other items N Notes of other National Banks 00 Fractional paper currencynickelscts 15 al LVWFIM MONEY RESERVE IN BASK viz Specie 7M 00 Legaltender notes 1110 CO Redemption Fund with Sjfof circulation Total 305 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 0000 00 I Surplus fund 10000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid ir9 9 State Hank Notes Outstanding roiHH MI i Due to Other National ISanKs 117 22 Individual deposits subject to check 17 SS t I Reserved for Taxes 22M Total SO- SSTATEOFKENTUCKYCOUNTYOFGAPRAKDSS I S C DENNV Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to of my knowledge and S C 1 ENN Y Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this MtU day of May 190s W O Notary Public My Commission expires Feb M 1910 CORRECT Attest S D COCIIKAX JNO E STOUMES Directors A C ROBINSON J AS OTHERS THINK Everyone in This Town Has a Right to His Own Opinion While everyone has a right to his own opinion yet is to always consider what others think and profit by their experience Nothing makes life so miserable or so with the usefulness of the average American as indigestion and it is well for us to fair considera tion to what others think about this remarkable affliction Our leading druggists are positive that in Miona stomach tablets have an absolute cure for indigestion and the disagreeable that follow this disease such after eating coated tongue had taste in the mouth dizziness flatulence nervousness and debility action in selling Miona on a guarantee to refund the unless it cures shows plainlv their belief in the value of this They take all the risk and there will be no what ever for Miona unless are satisfied that it has relieved of indigestion Sold and guaranteed 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 i TIli Citizens National Dank 2E WJS f1 UGH 00 t tH II iamn Oil 0 moyjo 00 for Tllxes si TOT L IIt OFTitS No1lD3 KY AT I 2 I I I IiI cash I ISaib 00 U S Treasurer OO CO H H I the best belief RIG EY 1 t l widely in man lS distress nionev r e you YOU R E Ill cNo ItfiSOC 511 Sn s 0- 1Reerved iiui II o ISt 5 u s 5 they An ordinance fixing iir use n Sifam Laundries auf Steam Lasimlr Ajiviicies He it ordained by iu uuiirii of Mi Ciry uf Ln rtsrrr iii u y linn person or nrporit n ihits- iiiiiliipcruuiiNicum Liiunfiiy or Steam Litriiiirtrvr Aety ZIt the f r an easier pay a License of iUxjJiOJ pur year and the same is ed to the Water Works lumi lr v itu however that the charge under this eeae ZmlI tJCfefcf following prrps t wit Shirts with r c l3t ShrtN lit tOe 2r Cuffs otr pair If Drawers v FJ ieisurl per piir f llitisdkPtchiefs 3 ti 5c Neckties to lOc Vests 1 to 2i Waists 15 to ile Counterpanes I5c to SOc Table Cloths 7c to e Towels Ic to 2c Napkins jc to 2c who shall violate the pro visions of this ordinance shall he find ed not exceeding 3100 00 for each offense and each day shall be deemed a separate olfense This ordinance shall take effect from its publication II T Logan Mayor A true copy Attest W A Doty Clerk Protein To Whom It May Concern Read ths i you please and you wil see it means you Have you any sick lame or diseased stock of any kind Have you any horses that chew with their heads turned to one side or bad while eating or driving or continually pull to one side of the road Have you any that look rough or poor and can not net them fat Have you any with weak eyes or moon eyes I make a specialty of treating all diseases of domestic animals horses hogs sheep and cuttle I also feel that I can claim a pro ticiency over a great many of my broth er professionals Having practiced my profession fortytwo years with good success twenty one years in Canada and twentyone years in this country yet I do not claim to know it all and neither am I a cure all I make a specialty of removing all kinds enlargements or malformation of stock namely Shoulder boils warts absesses poll evil tistula 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 here All consultaoin and examination free of charge and if 1 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 te friends as ever DR M B WHITE Veterinary Surgeon ollice at Arnolds Livery stable Lancaster Residence j adjoining W R Cooks residence new Danville pike 2m I Cream Yerniug J a car Ky max um rot 1 Anyone slobber dogs lam VHITES r Amiii c a ii City I shall time U irs mess THE J n iijf 4cJ I lf GJPLTE- Ew t iEMEllY THE CHILDRENS FAVSSiTE TOfilC- cswxns o ititTiTorts THE CEiSMlK PnEFE3 CKtY BY Liniment Co 12T ZCCJIO JS O McRoberts Store Heart Strength Heart Strength orHeart Veakness means Xerva Strength or erve Weakness nothing more not one weak heart in a hundred Is In actually lisoased It is almost alwajs nerve that really is all at fault This obscure nerve the Cardiac or Htart Serve need and must have more power more stability more controlling more governing strength Without that the Heart must continue to Jail and the stomach and kidneys also have these same controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr Snoops Restorative ia the past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts first sought the cause of all this painful palpitating suffocat Ing heart distress Dr Shoops Restorative this popular prescription is alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds itCstrengthens it offers real genuine heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong di gestion strengthen these nerves roeaUbliih them as needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeR Like Our Agricultural Implements Agricultural implements of manufacture have a firm and lead the imports of such in Cuban markets Tired 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 slows up the Kidneys are inactive and even the Heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative is recognized everywhere as 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 Sold by R E I BaH rdSnow Drug Itself simplY ha fir Amer- Ican articles absolutely often M Roberts I Pos- Itively a foothold E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I I II We offer you fair with every that is consistent with treatment accommodation conservativeBanking CAPITAlS I6rooooo SURPLUS 900000 M COY R1 ARNOLD R6GUYN 38 BURROWS JB WOODS SLWOODS I I II W C FISH DiTORS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance 4 I WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY 1 or that is I not beyond the reach 1 ofmedicine Nov medicine B can do more WAS WEI IF TIME B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over I was troubled with kidney anti pain and worry I lost flesh and wasalt run down and a year ago had t abandon work entirety I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically up to Foleys Kidney Cure was ind the first bottle gave me great relief and after taMnsr the second I VM entirety cured TWO SIZES SOc AID UML I MLB IK EEC C C J E Stormes cleared U limwimtfm AL 2 a tULt a KIDNEY CURE BLADDERDISEASE 4 f years bladder affections which causedmemuc given die bottle n This face off quick JKiI i V five S Mrs Winchester Kir sayst For fifteen years had sorvson mr nice They got worse all the time until I vras ashamed to go out on the street to wear a veil 3Iy face Itched miami burned so L thought I would so crazy Ihad tried every remedy rcould get hold oft I 1 no ver could get rOt of ic One day a friend recommended your remedy I had tried so many I dill not care but thought one store would not make very much difference Th itchirur not burning stopped ri ht away anti soon my face be aa to clear It was tto r itort and I almost irotdiseouraired flafIpersist it ajn3 nOT my ticeLi all clear like itwas before I got the ttiseasc I had to use agreat many bottles but havinsr my skin cured is ten times so much as I spent 1 thank you and hope io illkinds ot success We hereby certify that fall shown us regarding this case conclusively prove that every taint of this terrible ease vas permanently cleared away by monderful D D D Prescription R E McRobsrts KILL COUCH M CURE THE LURes Daniel ot Whenldhl S had the THE WITH Dr liltsNew J3t worth die FOIl C8g p1Kg aSbi Star Gleaning Co L Faulkner Mgr Clothing Cleaned Pressed and Repaired Satisfaction GuaraateeO fboae 12 Gl1 aITII1P ANS ALLINNSATLVSNSU5U- o xom UZILNDID p