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THE CENTXIXETKEXTII LANCASTER FRIDAY JUNE 5 U108 RECORD rEU NU J Now the time for ICE TEA Get a box of Newtons Very Best Gold Rose Tea A TEA especially blended for G DAVIDSON Yes The Danville 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 promptly A trial order will be appreciated GULLEY MILLER Coleman Gulley Leonard Miller is i i iceing L At It Again AGENTS r I r 7 Local Items Regular term of Circuit court 15 Democratic county Convention Saturday The Garrard county fair will be the best of the season Dates July 21 30 31 A Bowling Alley has been opened in the Blue Front and many of our bus mess men have begun hand labor Eld Livingston preached at the Christian church Sunday Eld Tinder being engaged in a protracted meeting at Goshen Gibbs Bros sold 145 export cattle weighing about 1500 Ibs at G cents and W R Cook sold 54 head of the same grade at same price Odd Fellows Are requested to appear at their hall in Lancaster on June 7 at 2 30 P M Account decoration day It Dont fail to get your dinner at Old Dripping Springs Sunday June 7th That is the opening day the best in the state Good livery Lost on Monday June 1st a pair of nose glasses between Charley Ander sons and show grounds Return to this ollice and receive reward Jones show drew a large crowd to town Monday and men who had no small children took the grown child ren or borrowed from their neighbors for an excuse to go Box ladies of church will give a box supper on Saturday night June 13 for the benelit of the church which is in debt Let everybody take a box and a pocket book Inconsistency- We will give the Central Record for one year to any one who will name- a more inconsistent and foolish act than the practice of whipping a when he is frightened or to make him I stand stillor whipping a child to cause it to stop crying Conversations In Crowds The most unsatisfactory event in life is the conversation when we meet an old friend In a large crowd We are confined to something like the fol lowing Hello John iHow are you Jim How are the folks All well How are your folks Glad I met you will see you again Nice day Goodbye June I r r r r r dinner Lost Fairview horse- I i SupperT- ime The above trade mark is the sign of a good SHOE for men recognized the world over as the best We carry I this line in all leathers I F Tl1ADE RK Prices 500 550 600 SMITH HERRING 1L J c W i Y 1 sell all kinds of magazines and glad to get your order Mrs Dollie Brown Crops The farmers have had a splendid season for planting and we will hav abundant crops though the season ii late People become unnecessarily alarmed Let us realize the fact that God provides a time in his own way U D C The decoration exercises at the Court House Wednesday afternoon were largely attended and all of thus that took were highly compliment ed The address bv lion Reed Embry of Danville was one of the finest ever delivered in The President Mrs J A Royston had tile court house beautifuly decorated The Confederate veterans in full uniform attended the exercises and marched with the crowd to the cemetery where the graves of the departed were decorated The Harvest At sixty the harvest is on in full blast Great stacks of regrets tell of the misery which inevitably follows the sowing of bad seeds Life is the harvest Held and we select the seed which we sow Our responsibility lies in the sowing for tne reaping is sure to follow Where we have sows frowns harsh words intemperance lust and selfishness a large crop of thorns and thistles must be harvested and the gatherer of the harvest pricked in the heart while contemplat ing the tears the sighs the pain and the anguish produced by sowing such seed A verdant spot in the harvest Held springs from smiles and kind words spoken and charitable deeds done at sowing time The analogy is perfect and the rising generation should sow good seeds to avoid the throes the struggles and the remorse which inevitably follow the sowing of bad seed Sow smiles and reap roses good deeds and reap the proud satisfaction of having helped suffering humanity Farming Successful farming is a science which equires a higher degree of intelligence any of the so called learned The farmer comes in contact vith many serious propositions suck as he best methods to save the soil the nanner of cultivation the kind of to be raised to yield the most and at the same time not mpoverish the soil Wise men have truly said that the father should put brightest son on the farm It is the most vocation in vhich a man can engage as all our wealth comes out of the ground teal estate is the basis of all values If you put your money in a savings bank you get interest They make that for you by lending money n bulk at a higher rate of interest to omebody who borrows it on security f which the final value is Real Estate You invest your money in a mortgage the man who borrows it must be in way getting more out of his than you are out of him else he ould not pay you interest and con inues to exist Why dont you go irect to the fountain head and invest our surpuls in real estate Sunday School Convention The Garrard county Sunday school Association held its annual convention t the Christian church Saturday May 0 It was an ideal day and a large ttendance was expected but notwith landing there were comparatively present While ours is one of the association yet it was not so Saturday from the point of view if attendance and representatives the different Sunday schoolls Those who did attend were helped for besides the Field Secretary Mr Vaughn was very modest and at same suggestive in his remarks there were Rev Mr Williams of the church Rev Mr Tinder of the Christian church Rev Mr Yandle of Stanford Rev Mr Brown of the Pres yterlan church and Mr W I Williams Superintendent of Sunday school of Lancaster Christian church The subjects discussed by the above were pointed interesting and help ul We would be glad to give to the some of the good things that were said in the convention but we time and space However it was loss of those not present especially E they are interested in Sunday Mr James Denny resigned Resident Mr Cochran was elected Resident for the ensuing year Mrs Mattie Duncan was reelected Secretary Association showed its of the work of Mrs Duncan its efficient Secretary for the last live by unanimously electing her its representative to the International Sunday school Convention which is held in Louisville in June Born In Iowa Our family were all born and raised n Iowa and have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy made at Des Moines for years We how good it is from long in the use of it In fact when n El Paso Texas the writers life was saved by the prompt use of this We are now engaged in the Mercantile business and have introduced the remedy here t has proven very successful and is constantly growing in Bros This remedy is for sale by F P Friable I the Court House wIll be sow than professions crops profit the some property few banner last from who time Methodist the speakers public lack the schoolwork The appreciation years know experience remedy at favorEnnis vibe you profitable I KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 LANCASTER July 2 plays Crab Orchard July In 3 days Stanford July J 3 days July 28 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkesville Aug 11 4 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourvillc Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sent 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days JUIENA VISTA Mr Hugh Christopher was in Saturday The Prohibition Alliance will hold a meeting in the near future Miss Virginia King attended llagerman commencement last weekMiss Mary Preston of Lexington has been visiting her aunt Mrs Gus ScottWill Brim and family have moved to Buena Vista occupying one of Leslie Rubles cottages Misses Bertha Christopher Trine Ruble and Mayme Dismukcs are home from school at Lexington William Lane and wife of Kings ville spent Saturday night and witn the family of Fletcher Ruble Miss Cora Poor and brother have been entertaining Misses Virginia Singleton Francis Cox ell Lowry Thus Lowry Joe Cox and Sidney Dickerson all of Willmore Mrs George Eager is visiting rela Lives in Ilarland Messrs T I Herring and Charley Grimes spent Sunday with Mr Ike MyersMrs G S Nuclei of Kansas City and Mrs Sallie Adams or Lexington spent last week with the family of Mr Henry TomlinsonOne nicest suppers by the Endeavor was that given last Thur day evening at the Pleasant Grove church a crowd was present and the sum of about S35 was realized Kev Henry Shouse will go to next week to attend the general association He will also be present at the banquet given at the Seelbach in honor of all former students of Georgetown college Mr Albert Shousa and wife of Lex ington have returned home after a pleasan visit to his brother Rev Henry Shouse They were accompani ed home by his mother who has been spending several months with her son Mr Henry Shouse Mrs Henry Shouse was hostess at given at her home a few ago The guests were highly entertained and mnch merriment ulTorded when a pair of scissors and two pieces of line paper of different hue were placed into the hands of each assembled guest by the hostess saying cut the most artistic design possible Many beautiful designs were cut but the prettiest and most artistic as de cided by the Judge was the one cut by Mrs Hogg who was awarded the prize Delightful refreshments were served LOYD Mr Zack Ray continues ill Mr Millie Walker is sick at this writing Mr John Ray sold a cow to Bob Burnside for 35 dollars Mr John Royston and daughter Minnie visited Mrs Eliza Ray Tuesday Miss Lida Mae Ray was the pleasant guest of Miss Lulla Crutchlield Sun dayMrs Tom Ray and children were the quests of Mr John Ray and family Ray spent last week with her sister Mrs Lige McMillian of StoneMr Albert Dorton of Marksbury spent part of last week with his sister Mrs Joe Pollard Mr L L Sanders wife and children spent last Sunday with Mr Foiest Curtis and family Miss Vergie Carter has returned home from Midway where she has been attending school The reaper death has again thrust in his sycle and gathered to his realm another precious one Mrs William Teater departed this life May 25th She had been ill only a few months and had borne her sufferings patiently until God in his proper time called her home She leaves a husband two children and a wide circle of friends to mourn her loss But what is your loss is her gain Grieve not for her who has gone to a better and brighter world where there is no sorrow or weeping but where peace and happi ness reigns for ever She was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery The many friends extend their hearts felt Sympathy to the bereaved ones Pony For Sale Handsome black with white feet Well broke gentle and kind Is by the famous Blue Eyes For further information address D C Payne Crab Orchard Ky for Lexington Campbell Sunday MAIUiSBt large Louisville asocial evenings Sunday Miss Nell I IGeorgetown i ea pony tr- I frtlITif I U ffi rrtI8ra Hi1J8 3- i i JIVesell Edge Toolsi t and we are 1i DkIniOnd E Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Refrigerators and Ice Boxesi 11 Head Quarters for Iii ii lAWN3ET u MOWERS SWINGS SETTEESVASES HOSE HASELDEN BROS iI icoooooccoococcocoOCOOOOCCI i I J- i wet JR3eaz1e Arterial and Cavity Embalming Office on Danville Street z I i b UNDERTAKER J FlLF LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS STOCK i Our display of j Spring and Summer Apparel for Ladies was never more complete We call especial attention to our lines of I Silks Lawns Serge i H- oI hair Panama Ginghams Dimity and Batiste f J Chinese and Japanese Mattings fi Brussel and Axminster Rugs i Elegant display of latest style Slip i pers and Hosiery 5 Beautiful line of Lace Curtains jf We undoubtedly have the prettiest stock I of Spring Apparel for Ladies ever brought to this section and want you to see the goods THE r I Joseph Mercantile Co INCORPORATED The DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST Worki Ring phone No 18 and we will call ror and deliver work quickly 1040CJC O1DOllflIIII1 1 tf u alRRaRaRlIt aR M i1 II II II I I I II I I B I I I I I IUi t1IEW oooa cooooo000000000 rcr 9 a 4 Imp r COAL Coal COAL fV G inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel j The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in j town Farmers wagons loaded J promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour J 4 For sale by BANKS HUDSON ONLY FIVE DAYS MORE of our SPECIAL May Day Spoon Sole Twenty five patterns of Sterling Silver Flat Ware from Americas best factories 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 Frisbie J J WALKER President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fctto SURPLUS Jo- B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders Your Money With The fiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster The Farmers Bank BEAZLEY HASELDEN Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1S52 Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 LJ lf iiil q iiirAv I 1 17 I I I I NIWIWA c IIIIIII 111111Ir I i I i i i ito i I I i t Jewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store I 11III3JlIQDQJlDl ooooooo I I j Deposit Ky I J eeeee eeeesneeeeeeseeeeeeeea 0 I L1 owoooooowvocvvov fts Al K Denny DENTIST saover Herndons jewelry storeOffice wm Herndon Ben D Herndon IERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Stormes I I Office over I 1 drugstore The Danville Laundry Guarantees Work I CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WKKKIA 100 A LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered al the POll Office in Lancaster Ky Mail Mailer Member y Press Association I as Sec I Y FAR Class Lancaster Ky June 5 1908 The Senate passed the Aldrich Vreeland currency bill by a vote of 43 to 22 this action being taken after a day devoted to a filibuster against the measure Senators Stone of Missouri and Gore of Oklahoma occupied the time of the Senate after 703 oclock yesterday morning when M r La Follette retired Mr La Follette broke the record for long speeches holding the floor continuously for eighteen hours and forty three min utesMr Gore charged that the bill con tinues the ancient practice of farming out to private corporations the sover eign prerogative of coining the cur rency of the realm a practice which is as vicious as is the practice of farming out the power to collect taxes The pending measure is the begin ning of a new system and it is the be ginning of a bad system he declared It appears here under the specious name of an emergency currency and it is being passed by emergency State county and muncipal bonds in this measure are made the basis of an honest currency I predict that within from ten to twenty years these securities will be made the basis not Of an honest currency but of our or dinary currency While it may be helpful in times of financial trouble it may react in a way that would prove hurtful to the masses It was passed hurriedly as a compromise measure and savors of politics in seeking to cure effects of the panic and reconcile the million of labores to the party in power lion Harvey Helm being a mem ber of the Insular Committee will go to Panama and Manila for the purpose of informing himself on the question of our new possessions This is commendable in Harve and he is tall enough to take in the entire at a glance The manner in which Bryan smoked Taft out on the Publicity Bill is funny Taft will need contributions though from the trusts and rich corporations and the republicans defeated the bill The masses will and should defeat all such corrupt methods La Follettes long speechof IS hours broke the record but if we could send some of our lady friends to congress we could have speeches IS days long and kill any bill that might be intro duced The ward politician in the city or the election boss in the country is the man with the grinding organ lIe turns the crank and the monkeys dance The Sixtieth Congress will be known as the most extravagant one in the history of the nation having made propriations amounting to a billion of dollars Thinks It Saved his Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a re liable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottles than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive cf pnemonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold un der guarantee at R E McRoberts 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free lm Antiquity of the Mortgage The mortgage comes direct down to us from the Romans but its is much more remote than the Roman nation The Greeks Cartha ginians Persians Egyptians Babylon ians all knew of the mortgage and daily used it in their business trans actions The Best Pill Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 25cts Bacteria Carried by Flies In some cases individual flies carry as high as 100000 bacteria on their legs and in their mouths The between the Increase of files and the increase of death tells its qwn story No Need of Suffering from It is a mistake to allow rheumatism to become chronic as the pain can ways be relieved and in most cases a cure affected by applying Chamber lains Pain Balm The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost It makes sleep and rest possible Even in cases of long standing this liniment should be used on account of the relief which it affords 25 and 50 cents sizes for sale tactics situation ape drugstore correspondence ale P Frlsbie antiquity Rheumatism F FLEAS FEED ON THEIR OWNER Trainer Explains How He Provrde Sustenance for Pets The little booth was decorated with gay cards and since It was a holiday the show of educated leas drew well How do you feed your fleas a man asked the trainer at the end the flea funeral that concluded the performanceI on my arm the trainer answered He turned back his sleeve and smiled at the multitude of tiny dark pricks in the skin You might think I was a morphine fiend eh They look like needle marks dont they I feed them once a day he went on in the evening before bedtime Their supper occupies 25 minutes During it I read the paper At first feeding hurt me my arm was red and swollen and it itched like the deuce Now I dont mind it at all He turned down his sleeve and his cuff Feeding my fleas he ended I am as heroic a figure as the pelican moth er that tears her breast open that her young may nourish themselves upon her blood SOCIAL LAW THAT IS ADAMANT Impossible to Be AbsentMinded and Make a Success There are some rules for social that it is wholly impossible to ignore nowadays- It is the fashion to say everyone is badmannered and alas it is quite possible to be atrociously rude in some ways and yet be popular but there are one or two things one cannot do with any hope of achieving social distinction or even being merely tol erated These things are hidden however from those who fondly imag ine they can imitate all the faults of society with impunity It is the infringement or ignorance of these esoteric bylaws which be tray the outsider One such decree for example is that in no circum stances whatever is absentminded ness permissible One may leave notes unanswered but one must not be absentminded This is a distinc tion with a difference At a Chinese Funeral The London Saturday Journal in the weird rites at a Chinese funeral remarks that in the usual topsy turvy way of the Orient the Chinaman enjoys himself even at ob sequies The Journal adds The is placed beside the grave and food placed upon A white rooster alive or dead is usually there to lure the spirit of the man who has died abroad back to the home of his fathers Whisky and tea and a bowl of rice with chopsticks are there so that the corpse may not starve in the next world Gin and tea are then sprinkled over the coffin and the bottles thrown away The mourners stand around laughing enjoying the fun The coffin is lowered candles are lit a suit of paper clothes is burned and some pa per money Thus the corpse is as sured of clothes in the next world and pocket money to put in them First Aid to Farmers- A farmer in Ohio wrote to the de partment of agriculture that he had struggled for 20 years on an SOacre farm heavily mortgaged but had been unable to reduce his debt or rise above a poverty that made the bringing up of his family a humiliation He asked if there was any hope for him upon the farm or if he might as well give up the fight The requested that he make a report of his farm and its soils and upon this it based a plan of which he was recommended to follow to the letter According to a writer in the World ToDay there was a profit the first year of 2000 and the department believes that ul timately the despised SO acres can be made to yield 5000 a year Artificial Gems Last year a German association caused surprise to some scientists and disbelief in others by the announce ment that a process had been discov ered by which most of the precious stones could be produced by artificial means Recently several official experts have made an examination of about 40 of these artificial gems In their to the Museum of Natural His tory they say Of all the stones we examined we can only call the artificial rubies a direct success but the imitation of this species is no new invention We therefore declare that there is noth ing new or sensational in the new Real Honesty- A story is related of a young man who was recently married to the daughter of a wealthy merchant The groom did not have a penny but he was honest He was so honest that he would not even prevaricate in the marriage ceremony He was repeat ing what the minister said With all my worldly goods I thee endow read the minister With all thy worldly goods I me endow replied the groom This was real honesty Sketch Early Training How do you account for Caseys wonderful success as a politician The fact that he used to work in theditchHow that account for it It made him proficient in the art of throwing mud Illustrated Sunday Magazine Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing antiseptic suppositories go direct to the seat of these weaknesses My Book No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and it is free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wis to mail it Ask the Doctor in confidence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold R E McRoberts FOLEYSHONEY TAR tIt GOTH MMll l lw4 o buttoned describing it department detailed farming report 1 strictest by success coffin Invention stops k B usiness terns No 1 cow fur sale II C riamitton Headquarters for Harness Ilasei den Bras 43Vf Cane and Millet f r s 1 tf Hanks Now is the time to uet your bet hives Lancaster Ptii5iir Mill 2m Cane and Millet Seed fir sule tf HiiukK nOds a Harness are cheap a stock tu select from W J Romans All kinds of Sewing Machine repair at Tompsons I have too buggies You can get a great bargain J Romans Look at my of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed 1m For an uptodate bath out lit see Haselden Bros 43tf For ITames collars trace chains and pads see Haselden Uros 43tf Cattle to Graze 100 acres line blue grass good water tf John M Farra In case of tire turn in the alarm and be contented if your property is with Gaines the Insurance man 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 shoes for sale only by John Magee lm Notice Chicken Raisers No cure no pay Guaranteed by R E McRoberts tf Wanted 10000 pounds of wool at market price Sacks furnish ed n B Northcott A good jersey cow 4 years old and giving 21 gallons of milk tf R T Embry at National Bank I will pay highest price for all the Wool you will bring me Call and get sacks Elkin Lancaster tf See Beazley Haselden on your cuunty property tobacco barns stock barns corn cribs resi dence c Over f0 years without a lawsuit Phone See Prof Lippord at once and enter the Business College Many idle young people should prepare for good positions It pays Death Fire Lighting or windstorm may attack you at any time be prepared with a Gilt edge policy in the old line companies See Gaines the Irsurance man Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky 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 water it is the best preventive I have ever seen tf Will Coomes Attention Tobacco Raisers We can insure your tobacco barns as tobacco so you can put tobacco in them and not cancel your insurance Old Kinniard Agency Benzley IIaselden National Bank Phone 31 The gentlemen of the otlicial Board of Methodist church will meet in the church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Let us have a full Board Will all the brethern come J II WilliamsPastor Big tire total loss no Insurance is an every day occurrence What about that country home that town property of yours Stock and Tobacco barn and all contents if bused will be paid for if insured with Gaines For Sale S 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 J mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morfoid Dunn Bourne Ky 1 24 Gm Prof Lippard wants to see at all interested in entering the summer session of time Lancaster Business Col lege Phcne or write him at Powell store Many young people could ob tain a business education this summer and be ready for good positions this fall Nothing pays better Notice sect at the regular Conference of the church on next Sunday June 7 at 1030 Important business before the church Pulpit Committee ready to report J A Jones Clerk Posted The grounds of Lancaster Graded School including the lot leased by Trustees for benefit of the school have been posted and no one will be allow ed on premises without written per mission from comittee R IT Batson J W Elmore A Few More Closing Prices 50 eight day clocks at 225 Good roof paint per gallon 33 cts 17 pounds granulated sugar undelivered Large line of penny post cards Star tobacco per pound 45 cts Best Maccaroni 4 to S cts Brown cotton 4 to S cts Baked Beans 3 cans for 25 cts Pie Peaches 2 cans for 25 cts C D Powell 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 163Q Marksbury r cheap2ttit Mad n mtrrinJ aid ump re paired by Ilaseluen many W tin broom Taft GapesRoupOct Highest Sale T S forInsurance 31 barns public once Baptist 3 100 Seed r ITave your Lars 4igoing i v For Wanted unexpected outbuilding t e Satisfaction rely upon our many years of in fitting glasses and know can fill all requirements Ve guar antee glasses to suit the for two MORROW MCROBERTS High Grade Watches Jewelry Clocks Our facilities repairing are unsurpassed All work guaranteed t ill e rlIRlltltee t e experience we eye years i i fr i1r J 4t 4 3 N lS Nss HARNESS Dont miss the I am giving on Buggies and Harness I too many in stock and will cut prices away JSo trouble to show I W J ROM car load of Ivokomo Pence 72 MI Go to J B Walker Gos For the Best Bargains In Ladies i ReadytoWear Just received the latest NOVELTIES in BELTS See them before all are one g J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Buggies Buggies II I I III LI S I I b leI I Iii I I I A N S III New I ll 8JII RRRRaRRR RRaIL I m I W I I I II I If I I I 1 I ti I li Grs2NS lo goods iI I Ve MWaf sWr NiW s M11iV Fig THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R President- J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Ca R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L Gill DES a StfeijBeiosit Boies fsr Rot I I e Solicit Yoar less I 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 price for 30 days J E Mount Co I have in stock a nice line of Good Me dium and Cheap Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs DRUGGETS ETC all of which have been bought 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 b3 getting for all kinds of painting For sale by i W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE For anything in the Paint Line 0 tO Ji 2T J tr Z11 f 2 ft I HICKORY BUGGIES I 1iJ I n n rn I shine m LOOE aE E J I y XeX0tJ WfY WJJ W I Mix d Paint I o I lID W lJi i J Jfi1JlK YeT 1 Wfff0XfjJ I t I I I I I- y y 4 J4 r J j p j L E f irwni Q I I b Frisbies I 000000000000 DRUGSTORE I x Come see our Merry Widow Gibson Sailors Gold Medal Shapes Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker WVf8W Spring 908 Spring 19O8 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 f Mrs Ada Kinnaird and h d E I Personal lF Il F O Uf fflL 5 iL ffi 00 00 00 0000 iJoz= = Judge M D Hughes was a visitor in Stanford the past week Mrs Ely of Paint Lick has beer visiting her son Mr Buford Ely Mrs W R Cook has been visiting and friends in Klcholasville Miss Eliza Anderson has returned from a visit to relatives in Preachers ville Mr James Rice Brown of Chicago is visiting his mother Mrs Nancy BrownMrs Owsley Poor left Monday for a visit to relatives at Charlottes vile Va Mrs James Royston entertained Mrs E D Potts Wednesday at the Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford has been the guest of her sister Miss Susie Hilton Mrs Banks Hudson and children are in Lexington the guest of Mrs Alex ander Kennedy Dr H M Grant who has been in Mississippi is at home for the summer vacation Miss Ella Thompson after a visit to Miss Hallie Brown has returned to her home Preacnersville Mrs George Bruce of Danville spent Memorial Day with her mother Mrs Nancy Gray Brown Mrs Wm Cook returned Sunday even ing from a Visit of several days to Mrs Nat Bronaugh at Nicholasville Miss Rella Arnold of Crab Orchard has been spending several days here with Mr W A Arnold and family The C W B M had memorial exer cises Tuesday afternoon at the Sunday School room of the Christian church Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick has been the recent guest of Misses Allie Hendren and Carrie An derson Harrodsbury Herald Mr and Mrs Robinson of Lancaster were pleasant guests last week of Judge and Mrs W C Bell Mrs E D Potts and Miss Eugenia Denny of Lexington returned home today after a visit of three weeks to relatives and friends in Lancaster Stanford Interior Journal Miss Anna Davis McRoberts is with Lan caster relatives G Aldridge af Lancaster passed up to Brodhead Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs J T Cherry The missionary society will meet Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian church at half after 4 oclock Thev will take up the subject of India and Rev C U Brown will give a talk on the Map of India Mr James Brown of Chicago is visit ing his mother Mrs Ephraim Brown This remarkable lady with her sisters Sirs Elizabeth Dunlap of Ford Smith Arks and Mrs Joanna Reynolds of Chicago have passed the octogenarian age and enjoy a fair measure of health They are natives of Lancaster Miss Amanda Anderson returned Friday fromRichmond where she went to attend the funeral of Mrs George Evans who was Miss Minna Crutcher Sirs Evans was widely known and quite popular here Her many sorrow ing friends deeply sympathize with the bereaved mother father brother and sister The following invitations have been issued You are cordially invited to attend a banquet given for all former students of Georgetown College and Female Seminary at the Seelbach Hotel Louisville Ky on Thursday Tune 11 1908 at 8 oclock P M Each former student may bring one guest Plates one dollar each Mrs W H Wherritt gave a tea on Friday for the Mary Walker Price Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacyat which MrsEugenia Dunlap Potts Historian of the Chapter was the guest of boner The rooms were cool and sweet wth the fragrance of June roses The ices were in the Southern colors topped with strawberries and the patriotic sake was supplemented with a platter af the delicious gingersnaps for which the hostess is famous Mints in red and white were also served Mrs Wm Bogle of New Orleans and Mrs John Stormes were in charge of the Mrs Potts wore a French lace gown with diamond ornaments She entertained the guests with some reminiscences of antebellum Southern hospitality The followingi nvitations have been issued Mr and Mrs K L Tanner invite you to be present- at the marriage of their daughter Florenceto Dr Henry C Nunnelley Wednesday June the tenth One Thousand nine hundred and eight at twelve oclock McKinney Kentucky At Home W 138 Hickman Winchester Ky Miss Tanner will be remembered here as a frequent visitor of her sister Mrs W K Shugars Bucklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes J had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until 1 applied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under guarantee at B E Mc Roberts drug store 1m relatives I len arlan Mr M I Lexington personal I t teaching refreshments Miss Frankie KaulTman is in Bus tonville visiting relatives Miss Ethel Dunn has returned Iron a visit to friends in Stanford Miss Elizabeth Maddox of is visiting Miss Allic Arnold Miss Jessie Doty is in Richmond visiting her sister Miss Hattie Duty Miss Marie Billiard has been visiting her aunt Mrs Eliza Ballard of Bryants ville Miss Allie Hendren has been Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint LickMiss Burnic G Lear was hostess to a few of her little friends last Friday afternoon Mrs A H Rice left Friday for Ind where she will reside in the future Mr Price Hudson of Louisville has been the recent visitor of Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton Hon Robert Harding and Mr R G Price of Danville were visitors here the past week Somerset Republican J T Conn and children will visit at Lancaster Saturday and Sunday Mrs J S Johnson and children Florence and Allen have returned from Madison on a visit raster W K Shugars of visiting the family of Mr William Shugars Danville avenue Miss Jennie Duncan has been the re cent visitor of her sister Mrs Warren of Stanford Miss Mamie McWhorter of Paint Lick was a recent visitor of Miss Lillian Cochran Lexington avenue Mrs Alex West Mrs C F Denman and Mrs Susan Lear attended the Commencement exercises at Stan ford Mrs Ross Adams of Lexington and Mrs T L Mudd of Kansas City have been guests of their brother Mr 11 L 1omlinson Miss Theodora Peake of Mississippi inch Miss Elizabeth Adams of Mt Vernon have been the guest of Miss llattie Adams A delightful impromptu dance was by the younger boys the past week at the Armory Hall Quite a number of out of town guests were present Mr Herbert Price wife and Vesta who have been guests of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey have to Danville before going to their in Louisville Mr R E Hughes wife and their bright and attractive little daughter Margaret left Monday for their home in Louisville after several weeks visit to Mr J W Miller and family Monticello Outlook Mrs D F and son Robert Oatts of who has been visiting her mother Sirs Oatts at Rankin also many relatives here have returned home Richmond and Mrs T C Bosley of Muskogee Oklahoma returned to this city on a sad mission that of bringing home their little laughter fourteen months old for burial she having died last Friday Mrs Bosley was Miss Florrie Bright of this city and she and Dr Bosley who also lived here have the sympathy of ill in their deep aflliction Mrs Carrie Davidson of Lancaster is visit ing her daughter Mrs Z T Rice on Broadway Mr J 1 Hamilton of Lancaster was in this city Thursday Mr Z T Rice attended county at Lancaster Monday The following article was clipped from the Fort Worth Texas Star Mrs John Howard of Tulsa Ok an aeunces the marriage of her daughter Esther to Dr Wade Hampton Walker af Wichita Falls Texas May 27 MLs Howard is a very popular and highly accomplished young lady She is also i splendid musician The groom is the leading physician and surgeon of Wichita Falls and a member of one of Kentuckys oldest and most highly families Dr Walker is well known in Fort Worth and his hosts Df friends wish the young eouple many long years o f happiness Miss Doty Walker sister of the groom was cne of the maids Dr Walkers family presented the hap py couple with a very handsome chest of solid silver Their friends have showered them with many costly gifts and best wishes A large reception was given at the home of the bride Dr and Mrs Walker will be at their handsome new home Witchita Falls Texas after several weeks bridal tour Dr Walker will be pleasantly remembered here as a visitor of his uncle Mr Joel Walker and the family of Mr Jesse Doty Lancaster friends have received the following invitationMrsT Misses Barnhart will gladly greet you Saturday June 6th 700 East Jefferson St Hours 230 to 330 To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr Shoops Pain Tablets Pain means is all Dr Shoups Pink Pain quickly coax blood pressure away from pain centers that pain is gone Headache Neuralgia painful perids with women etc get 20 Tablets 25c Sold by B E McRoberts t Eminence visiting I Stanford- is given returned home Rankin Lancaster S E PantographDr court connected Long congestionblood pressurethat Heahacheor Tabletswill instanthelp Richmond Charlotte daug her Alter BARN PLAN Round Type of Building Has Over Other Forms The day is past when we can to bo without ample barn room for all live stock The present prices of feed prohibit the old wire fence shelter and the prices of lumber will never be less and now they prohibit the old style of haphazard building having a building for each kind of stock and then most of the feed and the water from two to 20 rods from the barns This is an era of concentration and nothing can fa cilitate the intensive style of farming and concentrate a mans energies to his life work on a farm like a com modious comfortable barn Personally says a writer in Wallaces Farmer I I would not build a barn without a silo nor would I advise any one else do so as the barn and its proper use is the mainstay of our calling as soon j er or later we must all come to the keeping of live stock to consume the greater share of our crops and then carefully save and apply the manure made Nothing produces as much I feed per acre as corn and nothing saves corn so economically as the silo Neither would I build a barn of suita j ble size for a farm of SO acres or any other shape than round and the silo In the center but to avoid criticism on account of the silo I will j I C 1IQ4v lf rJ c o h1i a iJ afford outside to Ii I i morei 1 I 1 1C Advantages Plan of Barn say if a silo is not wanted the center space can be used either for granary or box stalls The round type of barn has these advantages First the same amount of outside surface used in square or rectangular barns will inclose a greater surface in circular form the circular form has the decided advantage of strength over the flat side Third the gable ends are total losses and are avoided in the circular barn Fourth the roof of a circular barn is selfsupporting and does not sag and is far less liable to damage from heavy storms Fifth the space inclosed is more convenient to use requiring less time and work to care for the same stock than in any other type of barn Here is a plan of the ground floor of a barn 58 feet in diameter having the same outside surface that a barn 3Gx 0 feet would have It pro vides room for 12 horses and 23 cows in stanchions having three feet for each cow This leaves eight feet behind the cows so a team and wagon can be used to clean the barn or if dairying is not fol lowed there will be 1150 square feet floor space which will 30 to 50 head of young stock owing to size Everything can be fed and watered from the one alley I defy anyone to comfortably house such a number of stock and as con venient to feed in any other than the round type of barn and in addition there is a space of 18 feet in diameter in the center to store feed in built a round barn that has proven satisfactory in every respect I can not speak in too high terms of it and while I would not build a round barn If building a small one believe that when we get to a size suitable for SO acres or more there is only one proper style round If sand gravel or crushed stone is convenient I would use cement to build the lower story of barn and if possible build so as to have a natural elevation on one side so a to be able to driye in the story without too much of a CANT EAT TOO FAST Feed Manger That Will Control Greedy Horse A box to induce a greedy horse to eat slowly is arranged through the 21 partition with just s a narrow opening f S1 at the bottom PU the grain m in the oox on the j outside of the par tition and the horse gets it- x slowly It saves grain and the horse takes more time to grind it A Wise Plan The wise man who bred two or three sows at about the same time can now attend to several young litters at once thus saving travel time and trouble At feeding and fattening time also the economy is apparent for they may be graded and sold then in a bunch with less fussing Pasture for Young Pigs The young pigs should be gotten out on the ground as early as possible to avoid their getting too fat A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver com plications while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters re gulate the digestive functions purify the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak debiliatated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at RE McRoberts drug store 50c 1m II I accommodate I second fill a You I Second having UCA I ftt tht we always carry a full stock of I Wall Paper I We have just received another shipment of beautiful Spring Patterns Call on us when in need of PAItJT I Our stock is complete both in Paint and Wall Paper I R M6Roborts DRUGGIST NOTICEThe Fox Studio will be open every Saturday i Take Advantage of the Pretty Weather I and get some nice work done Kodak work will be just as much attention as our regular The FOX STUDIO I E t Woods Pst W Fish W G I PEOPLES Paint Lick forget 1 e given R s works Vice Prest Kemper Cashier I BANK INCORPORATED We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Cancer CuredSkinHere Is what Dr C M H Wrights brother Mr O L Hayden writes DDD cured me of skin cancer nf T satisfactory results but while I believe In treat ment I must say that the cancer broke out ajrain I then used DDD Eczema remedy persistently now there is not a sitrn left of the disease Q L HAYDEN ilarca 21 1906 Cai ron III AH Skin X Ray min h the XRay and TroublesVanish which had used with l when DDD treat meat is rightly used Cure the skin through the skin Ve carefully the mer its of this before putting it in stock and now recommend it in the highest terms The best skin specialists endorse D D D prescription r R E investigated McRoberts CAPITAL 1600000 pooooo DIRECTORS M COY RGGUYN JS BURROW JB WOODS WCFISH 1 SURPLUS t lLLAR OLD II EL WOODS After XRay Had FailedShowing how all kinds of skin diseases yield to that harmless used liquid DDD externally O L HAYDEN Prescription Read what a lady physician reports regard ing this remarkable case Free from prejudice this widely experienced ffysfcittttt for jo years a frominent fraclitiotier recommends D D D for skin diseases DR WRIGHTS STATEMENT I have worked for many years in harmony with the physf cians in surrounding towns and hesitate to appear in print shalJ speak my mind Mr O L Hayden is my brother and hir cure byDDD Pres cription came under my personal observation 4 Other patients suffering from skin trouble have used your remedy with good success I always keep a bottle with me and shall be glad to speak a good word for your preparation whenever I can MKS DK c jr H WRIGHT lrom lenl butt FREE Bees in a Church For more than 20 years a swarm of bees has been in the roof of the nave of Ifield Eng Parish church They have lately abused the shown them by coming inside the building and even stinging a of the choir as well as annoying the vicar while he was in the pulpit A week ago they entered the church in hundreds and their dead bodies covered the floor A bee expert has since been called in and after removing a portion of the roof he succeeded in carrying off the whole colony in a hive The vicar said I part with them without Trap for the Piano Tuner No now dont you take that piece of chamois said the man at the desk as the hand of the woman wan dered in its direction I know its a nice looking piece but I bought it specially for a purpose I telephoned the man to come tomorrow and tune my piano In the morning before I come down here Im going to lay this piece of chamois across the keys Then when I get home Ill know whether he has tuned it or not If its gone he has if its still on the keys he hasnt The Principal Thing Aly the way you theatrical people travel from place to place exclaimed the unsophisticated person I should think it would take a great deal of to be an actor Oh replied Stormer Dames long practice has made it possible for me to get along very little food member regret absentmindedly hospitality endurance with to any sufferer from skin disease who has not yet tried D DD a sample bottle free Write direct to DDDCcu 112120 Mickigu St Dept Cbtca aHLt9 itch in the Skin Not In The Blood People with Eczema etc Make Griev ous Error by Taking Medicine into Stomach When your hand is scalded with hot water until it blisters and burns you dont drmk medicine to cure it You apply a healing lotion to the injured skinEczema psoriasis salt rheum barbers itch and other such diseases of the skin can not be cured by tilling the stomach with medicine any more than you can cure a burn by drinking To cure these diseases you must apply the remedy on the part affected The diseases named are caused by germs in the skin Kill the germs and disease goes away and the skin is left pure and white as nature intended it beThat mild simple liquid oil of win tergreen properly compounded in D D Prescription routs the germs and heals the skin so perfectly that you can never tell where the disease Xo tongue can tell nor pen portray what I suffered for ten years from Eczema writes Mrs R R Latta oC Garrison Mo I was treated by the best doctors in the in the west but re ceived no benefit Three bottles of D D D cured me sound and welL Six or eight months have passed and there is no sign of a return MT advice to all is dont delay Begin the use of D D D at once and be cured We have carried D D D for a low time because we known it takes away the itch and we believe it to be an ia fallible remedy in the treatment of Eczema and other diseases R E McRuberts Lancaster the medicine D was u llf- ailjtc A u J gcablc PJcparalion forAs ting Bad1SandBowels of neither KOT NARCOTIC for tion Sour StonachDiarrhoea oess and Loss OF SLEEP TacSimile Signature of NEW YORK Promotes Di estionChetrru1- ncss and nor10finPral jJlne SsrJScuI i A rorms Convulsions lumNorplliine raradThs4yLyztw 134ju cal R tSavafdSJb f7ata7 EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER I 1 tilmow Wanted Five thousand bushels of strictly No 1 cultivated hemp seed for fall delivery Will pay a good price Universal Fiber Co 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rcrrrrer x I Cheapest lA Price of ISlbscription ENE Most Complete and Accurate In News I I g 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 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 The CENTRAL RECORD The LOUISVILLE HERALD j Both one year for 300 This offer only holds good until June 15th 1908 9960606C836060606C8C60906C8 ever AND 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 THE BIBLE FOR THE JEWS How the Yiddish Translation Came Be Made The Jews are the chosen people God through them a knowledge II i m and II i works has k to other nations and yet up now their own has been them a sealed d book It is patheti tally strange fnj the last transa tion of the III Scriptures should be into the tongue 3ZrSZKMMK the very from whom the Saviour of mankind cameIt is generally assumed that Scriptures being in the Hebrew must of necessity be open the Jew but this popular conception like many others does not rest fact Hebrew is not known to JewBut now the Jews have the in the Yiddish language thanks the untiring zeal and enthusiasm Mr Marcus S Bergmann himself Jewish convert Yiddish is the language that is really understood the mass of Eastern European and thus in giving them the Bible this tongue Mr Bergmann is opening to them for the first time their Holy Scriptures For twentyone years he prayed God that someone might be raised who would translate the Bible Yiddish but never once did thought occur to him that he himself would be the man selected for great task Yet so it was He alone in his room one morning this matter before the Lord perhaps more earnestly than ever before when on his knees he seemed to voice saying Vrite My Word My people who understand it This was twice repeated He looked round still on his knees to see the voice came and wondering it meant After a little while he from his knees and opening the without knowing at which part God to give him a message from particular page Looking at the at which his finger was he began read And the Lord answered and said Write the vision and mak It plain upon tables that he may that readetli it That was the to Mr Bergmann Without hesi tation he accepted the commission and that very morning the work translation was commenced TIBETAN LAMAS PRAYER HeartFelt Petition Which Would the Lips of the Oldest Christian The Eastern Himalayan Mission News gives a translation of a prayer written by a Tibetan lama who been under Christian instruction three months He wrote the spontaneously and asked if this form of prayer would be suitable to to God 0 thou lionilke refuge men present and future shcpherdlik Saviour Jesus at thy feet I pray From my sinful and hellgoing way give blessing of forgiveness now I be lievingly beseech thee with all m heart May I see thy face in heavenly palace For eternal life pray Change the heart and forgiveness to believer There is salvation from hell Forgiven means that the Saviour shall be seen face to face his voice heard and eter nal life obtained Glory be to name of Jesus Amen Need of Public Libraries in China In the whole empire of China there Is not what could properly be called public library They have adopted school system our text books our methods of teaching and yet they have passed by one of our greatest factors in education the public An effort is now being by the Episcopal mission in China enlist the sympathies of philanthropic people here in the United States are interested in the uplifting enlightenment of the Chinese to estab lish a public library in one of great literary centers of the empire This city is Wuchang situated 600 miles up the Yangtze river opposite Hankow the largest tea port in the world Coming Again Next Fall Gipsy Smith the English evangel Ist is to visit the states again He was booked this year to Australia but this visit has been post poned in order to allow him to return to America Arrangements are now being made by the Rev Thomas Law the National Free Church Council Memorial Hall London E C for Gipsy Smith to take missions in the leading cities of the United States The tour is to commence in Septem ber 1908 To Divorce State and Church The canton of Geneva Switzerland following in the footsteps of France will divorce state and church on Jan uary 1 1909 when a law recently passed to that effect will become op erative Perennial Youth To be 70 years young is sometimes more cheerful and hopeful than to 40 years old O W Holmes CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children ke Kind You Have Always Bought to of s passed till to that l Holy Yiddish for People the to on the Bible to of a only by Jews in own to up into the the was and hear- a for whence what rose Bible asked that place to me run command of Grace has for pra er offer of the the I grant no sin the a our and library made to who and time next fall visit far be y l j Bible 7 i t or i language laying not Bears the Signature 1 of I of IfJtp Jndly Sprained Ankle Cured Three years ago our daughter her anlce and had been suir rir ttrribly fur days arid nights Ind slept a minute Mr St llinis of ler Tern told us of Chamberlains Balm We went to the that bight and a bottle of it an bathed her ankle two or three and she went to sleep and had a yot n i 4 ills rest The litxb morning was much better and in a short could walk around and had no trouble with her ankle E M Brumitt Hampton Tenn 25 and cent sz for sale by F P Frisbie lfiii Swrloiis- Mr Younyiia two a in at th phone lUlhs doctor coin ilown mull sec the baby right away Doctor What seems to be time Mr Youngpa T Tin not sure 1 think he has insomnia Chicago Daily News Self Appruvnl Young mail said the serious dont you realize that time of money is the root of all evil Well answered the spendthrift you dont see me hanging if 1 loved it do you Vashinjjto Star Tethered Iiy hate They say young Folley has wandering in his nand lately said man to smother Well was the heartless from what Ive seen and heard of hes safe enough he cant wander far Tit J Jits The CftnscitMitfiiiis Denier Tndigiant Female That fold me exploded anti burned tIll house Dealer Well mum Ill give you new one A new house A new lamp X Y Weekly 1 1 11 in IM of the IliiKKeil You are a brick T lid aver To Daphne by my side A sort of pn brick as it were She rouguislily rtpHcS Puck If one feels dull and spiritless the spring or early summer they it Spring Fever But there is It is the after of our winter habits The nerves most at fault Tired worn out leave us languid lifeless and without spirt or ambition A few doses of Shoops Restorative will and quickly change all of these symptoms The Restrative course wont bring you back to health in a day or two but it will enough in 48 hours to satisfy you the remedy is reaching that spot Druggists everywhere advising its use as a splendid prompt general tonic It gives vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or con stitutional tonic It sharpens a failin appetite aids digestion frees livers and kidneys and orings life strength and ambition Test it few days and be convinced R E Roberts Dont fail to get your dinner at Dripping Springs Sunday June Ttl That is the opening day the best in the state Good livery CHILDREN FREE FIRST DAY Directors of the Lancaster Fair decided to admit FREE all children under the age of 14 years on DAY of their Fair Remember and bring the children There will many amusements for them Dates July 29 30 31 tf Makes Hogs Fatten J T Estes R R No 4 Winchester Ky says I gave my hogs Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and fed them i a lot where hogs had died with cholera I never had a thrifter lot of hogs had them fatten faster Sold by J Mount Co Lancaster To the Honorable Judge of Garrard county D the attorney J E Robinson for Garran county you are hereoy notified that will on the 2nd day of June 1UOS before the Honorable Board of Prison Com missioners at Frankfort Ky make ap plication for Parole for Samuel confined in the State Peniteni at Frankfort Ky tf Samuel Jennings by R H Tomlinson Atty WANTED Oak and Beech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for Oak and Beech Flooring Write to the Kentucky Hardwood Floor ing Company Beech st near Woodland Ave LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil Better than oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness colds coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Try it on our guarantee McRoberts Drug Store 4 nut limit Pain store got times d time mote 50 s Q Can trouble hat love on to 1110 n as been one reply hint very lamp you down a in call no feverusually effect are nerves Dr absolutely depressing of full do that tired are and more new a Mc Old have FIRST this be or R NotIce courtA Fordand county I sale inot sprained she von person seed sluggish dinner S Jennings To buy A CHANGED LIFE Member of Englands Life Guards Be comes an Evangelist One of the most interesting figures in evangelistic work at the present 5 time is Mr V f li- Z7 Lane of London t Kis spent last If J l summer in the United States ad rHjj dressing large au dionces in York City a 7 V Xorthfield and Vi y nona and in other y places Mr I p is associated with Gypsy Smith un der the Nntion- aMtABS Council of Evangelical Free Churches in Great Britain From September 1906 June 1907 he held missions in III fercnt centers in England His story reads like a romance Born of godly parents and reared religious influences lie wandered far from his home and early teach ings while yet a lad and only after unique experience did he return to ways of righteous living- I yould like to say for the encour agement of Sunday school teachers who are working among boys Mr Lane in telling his experience that in all my life I never forgot teachings I received in a little school that was carried on in a cot tage in a village of Kent in the south of England It was only a small affair and the different rooms were as class rooms I thank God for influence of the people there and the memory of the good old hymns learned there I have heard a many others sine then which I quickly forgotten but some of old songs stop with me yet having been in my mind these many man years Defore I was 18 he continued had made up my mind that when I tall enough and strong enough had chest enough to come up to standard I would go to London join the Guards My parents pleaded with me not to go and spent hours in prayer over my decision I persisted Vhen the day came 01 which I left home my father walked with me some miles to the nearest thinking I would weaken at last but I did not I went on and thank the Lord that my father mother lived to see that God was lead ing though by a way we knew then They lived long enough to sei their prayers answered and their brought into the faith which the loved and in whch they lived For two years following his says the Christian Herald Mi Lane remained with his regiment then to civil life For ten year he dedicated his life to voluntary worl of a religious nature in the poorest of London Since then he gone up and down the land under auspices of the National Free Churcl council winning souls to Christ MENS MISSIONARY CONVENTION Plans Being Laid for a Great Gather ing in 1908 A mens missionary convention un der the auspices of the Presbyterian board of foreign missions in the U S A will be held February 1113 100S in Philadelphia Pa A committee 01 arrangements consisting of the chair men of the eight synodical foreign mis sions committees of the Eastern and 27 additional members chosen from the four presbyteries ad jacent to Philadelphia is already al work on the plans for the convention which is to be thoroughly representa tive of all presbyteries within the East ern district The evening meetings will be held in the Academy of Music which has already been engaged for the purpose and during the day meet ings will be held in the large hall oi the Witherspoon building Loyal to King James Version It is worthy of particular note tha the late Episcopal general conventior put itself on record in favor of King James version of the scripture as the standard of the church driving another nail in the coffin 01 the revised version There is nothing remarks the Boston Herald like the Ming James revision for Protestants Even Cardinal Newman after he went over to Ronnie pointed out the which it had on every Bible hoe ers affections a hold which he him self with his exquisite sensibility tc good English was as fit as anybody tc appreciate Church Union Idea Grows Church union seems to be popular in England as well as in America Three offshoots of the English VesIeyan Methodist church the Methodist New Connection the United Methodist Free church and the Bible Christian Methodists have lately been consoli dated under the name of United The total membership of the new organization is nearly 200000 Unique Spire Destroyed A spire that was unique in church architecture has just been torn down at Providence R I it being that of the Jefferson street Baptist church which was entirely of brick even to the apex each brick being especially fashioned for the place it occupied Health Coffee is really the closest toffee Imitation ever yet produced Clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop Racine Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted grains with nuts etc Really it would fool might drink it for No 20 or 50 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the Sold by Gill Simpson Q I rtr l ft F I Aj CFi1P l ii 1 klJ1 I yUi1l i lbc I b US who k 11 the to dif life a the said the used time for I good have those I was and time and many but station the I and not SOil conversion returning districts has the district time tImE 1 This Wis malt an expertwho Coffee doctor it r i 1 New I Lane under Sunday stronghold Methodists S Commissioner Sut oi l ucl- Garrurtl Circuit Oiiirt William Hume c l uuiff vs George Warner c DefeiKtui By viriuru of the jiidKn t r h G njrd tjrcn5t Mtrt retufcred at i March term 1W S in the above btyfc MONDAY JUNS d 1M lx twee the hours if 10 A M atrium i M it btiijf County Court Uy sU tr Court louse cfftor in Ltn rs Gurntrtl Kt ii aeky hithe ami st Heftier the jdiMrribed nktl prnytvty situated I Ivy HIM b murte follows Hejri iin i at a corner in the Swop ami Mrs Guile line feet frmcenter of the Lancaster and Buckeye roads thence from said point east TO feet to a new corner stone thence 40 feet to the center of pike thence with said pike east 2 feet to corner in said pike thence 210 fet to corner stone W 100 corner to said Gulley and Sw p thence X with Swope and Gulley 200 feet to the 212411 part of an acre Said sale is made fur the purpose a division of the proceeds of among the heirs at law of Elizabeth TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit 6 mouths purchaser will be required to execute bond with good payable to the undersigned Mast Commissioner for said purchase mono bearing perinterest per annum date of sale untii having the for ce and effect of a judgement which execution may issue if paid at maturity A lien will also retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase money This June 4th HOS R II Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff J H ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult Court To Whom it May Concern Read tlrs i you please ami you w see it means you Have you any sidlame or diseased stock of any kind Have you any nurses that chew their heads turned to one sine or slob ber had while eating or driving pull to one side of road Have you any that look or poor and can nut them fat Nave you any with weak eyes or I make a specialty of all diseases of domestic animal horses hugs dogs sheep and cattle I also feel that I can claim a pro ticiency over a great many of my professionals Having practiced my profession fortytwo years good success twenty one years Canada and twentyone years in country yet I du not claim to know all and neither am I a cure all make a specialty of removing all kinds enlargements or malformation stock namely Shoulder bolds warts absesses poll evil fistula ring bone blood bug and bone spavin and from whatever cause or kind also have a patent clip for cracked hoof Call and see me while I am here examination of charge and if I think I can do stock any good by treatment I wilt you and if you wish them tieated will tell you what it will cost before treat theta then you can do as please and we will still te friends ever DR M B WHITE Veterinary Surgeon Arnold Livery stable Lancaster Residence W R Cooks residence Danville pike 2m An Ordinance Relating to Be it ordained by the City council of the City of Lancaster Ky Water rent shall become Sue payable at the end of each quarter In the event of default in payment o rent at the end of any quarter the Superintendent may cut off the watei and proceed to collect the rent suit or otherwise This ordinance shall take effect from its passage and publication and all ordinances in con tlict are repealed II T Logan Mayor Attest A Clerk Protem Adopted May 11 1JOS Cured her Turkeys L G Botkin Paris Ky says wife save her turkeys Bourbon Poul try Cure when they were dying and cured them It is the best remedy fowls we have ever used Sold J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky MAKES LIFE MISERABLE Troubles That Keep Half the Local Doctors Busy Half of the prescriptions the doctors write are for that result lirectly from a weakened stomach Strengthen the stomach nuutles increase the secretion of gastric juices and you will find that common afluctions Indi gestion with its headaches dizziness of spirit spots before the nervousness sleeplessness and general debility luive been overcome now on Iviill up the strength and health of thf stomieh with Mlona tablets You will soon find yourself strong and never know the indigestion- If Miona cIM not have an unusually curative effect in stomach disorders it could not be sold on the guarantee to the money unless it does all that is claimed for it An unqualified lanintee is given with 50vetst box of Miona that the will be refunded unless the medicine and guaranteed by- RE McRoberts Weak Women To weak and ailins women there is at least one way to help But with that way two treatments must be One ij local one is constitu tional but both are important both essential Dr Shoops Night Cure is Dr Shoops Restorative the Constitutional The former Dr Shoops Cure isatopical mucous membrane suppository remedy vrhile Dr Shoops Restorative is an internal The Restorative reaches throughout tha entire system seeking the repair oi all nerve tissue all blood ailments The right Cure as its name implies does its Work while you sleep It soothes sore and inflam sd mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses ant discharges while the Restorative eases excitement gives renewed visor and ambition vigor and energy Take Dr Shoos s storative Tablets ofLfauid asa general tonic local help use aswell E MCROBERTS I fi actrn I a rutnini wd- un r fry u rub us said 0 feet line beginning of appearSaid of securityI I from paid upon nut be the with I or continually the Jet moon- eye treating I with in this it I lameness I All onsu1tauin and free your tell I I you as otlice at new and I by V Dot sly it for by mural llp lon refund absolute treatment all builds up wasted tissues bringing about Tenewcu strength Cure- R 3 gimme iucer J at r Nir the running S containing same G rough brother of Water- Works every money cures Mold n ou toNight r CURES Coughs andGoU PREVENTS Pneumonia anil Consumption Foleys Mossy and Tar not o l stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious n suits from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Feteys M My and born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night a If you have a cough or cold do risk Pneumonia when Fetays K and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your langs Remember name Flays Mossy arid refuse any substitute offered with some unknowa preparation th costs you the same when you can get Foleys Haney and Tar that costa yeu n mer a d is safe and m results Contains a opiates Cured After PhyatataM SaM E H Jones E Church Grove old writes About seven o eightyears ago I had a very severe coltS which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through i friend was induced to try a sample of j Foleys Honey and Tar which gave ma so much relief that I bought o the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs swcaj that time Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two andl onehalf times as much as the small and the 100 bottle almost six times as much S3LB RECIMKIKD ItC C J E Stormes VALUE OF RIGHT BREATHING Health Comes Front Knowing How and What to Breathe Dust uith the germs of eonunt or other lineage is inhale I by all use time streets but disease is not unless the sen t find condition suitable for their lodgment anti growth With people having catarrh there is an for these perms as the irritated membrane and weakened tissues is a hotbed where germs must thrive and multiply until they are numer OtIS anti active If have catarrh should use the easiest simplest anti quickest cure the direct method of Hyonici medicated air is taken in with the air you breathe directly following and de all perms that have been inhale 1 repairing any damage times may have so healing and vitalizing the tissues as to render catarrh and germ infection no longer possible Time unusual way in which Hyomei tt sold should dispel doubt as to its properties for our leading druggist offer to the price to anyone it fails to benefit not a in testing the healing virtues of this breath of life for with SlOO there is a guarantee to relieve catarrh or money refunded Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts Vermifuge feft Ifs1 i I Wi HONEY I TII e TarIs taken as it wicl cure the most coughsthe I I I t- I thIS Tarand Do not take chane I ctieII 1 1 I Jill laden tion idealculture wonderful stro1ll n o etn ewn out EIITE S- Cream 17i e- v r t 1 l I null Ns Mad Pastoral some I siz t wig developed you you curative who THE SUMMTEE1 WORM REMEDY THE FAVORITE TONIC CEWARC OP IMITAnOMM THE CCNUIKC PREPAHCD QKLT W- TBallardSaow LlnlneBt i aura MO McRoberts Store COUCHA- NI CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr liltsNew D C- aT Drug KILL THE I CRiLi EMS F FOR cOLDS s mcsS- te SLML Flee 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