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THE C SlXETKKXTIl YEA It LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUSE 12 yVXXER ft RECORDl tOHF Q Why Not make your summer vacation PROFITABLE as well as The health giving qualities of famous waters at Crab Orchard Springs are known everywhere The three immense hole buildings are un surpassed Boating Bathing Fishing Ex cellent table Good band of music For illustrated descriptve pamphlets address J B Willis Mgr Crab Orchard Ky Vvj t PLEASANT 4 i j- z 5 v l v v v v I t1 f Y r J a 3 s G r Local Items Circuit court begins Monday K of P entertainment Friday Begin to get your premises in good condition as the Fair is not far off Remember the Sunday dinners at the Kentrarlan The bill of fare is un surpassed and the meals delightful The cow has riot jumped over the moon beef is higher than usual and it to be still going up Remember the K of P entertain ment at Court House tommorrow Friday night It will be a good one in every respect The Stanford base ball team defeat ed Lancaster in a pretty game Tuesday afternoon the score being 5 to 3 in favor of the visitors Street loafers are on the increase There are quite a lot who lounge about the streets and discuss the affairs of other people Enforce the vagrant law A big crowd went to Cincinnati Sun day Since the railroad company put a policeman on these trains to keep down the hoodlum element the order is perfect The members of the C W B M will have an exchange at the Stormes rooms Saturday afternoon Every thing appetizing will be on hands for sale especially nice lot of cakes Ice cream will be served at usual prices 10 and loots r t yetbut issaid t 1 BREAD Loaf Mothers Bread L o DAVIDSON The Danville Laundry Guarantees Work Try a of i Preaching at Antioch Eld F M Tinder will preach at New Antioch next Sunday night at 7ri instead of afternoon owing to othei engagements Circuit Court The June term of circuit court Monday There are thirty ap pearance suits on the docket while the criminal docket is smaller thai usual Sale of Good Horse G B Robinson and W G Shrophire of Paris bought of J W Sweeney chestnut walk mare at a fancy price This is one of the finest mares in Kentucky royally bred by Mont gomery Chief dam by Black Squirrel Jury Money Here Trustee of the Jury Fund F S Hughes informs The Record that the money due jurors for March term ol court is here and he is ready to pay same Call at R E McRoberts drug store Ice Cream Supper The ladies of the Christian church at Hubble will serve ice cream and cake next Saturday night beginning about six oclock Everybody is cor dially invited to come and your patronage will be appreciated A Bad Practice In face of the frequent warnings some people will still persist in violat ing the ordinance which provides a penalty against tacking advertising matter on telephone poles Perhaps a good stiff fine would teach a much needed lesson Making Big Preparation The directors of the Crab Orchard Hair are working like Trojans for this years exhibition and that hustling city will have one of the best fairs in the state There is always a big crowd at the Crab Orchard Fair and even more people are expected this year Smitties Band to Play The directors of the Lancaster Fair have engaged the famous Smitties Band of Cincinnati to play this sum merand all who heard them two years ago will be delighted with the The band consists of eighteen men and the music will be a special feature of the three days meeting A Glorious Meeting Eld F M Tinder closed the meeting at Goshen church on night with thirtyeight additions The wlole community was aroused and it is estimated that one thousand people attended the baptising Sunday afternoon Great good will be done by these services as Bro Tinders and zeal always produce good and lasting results begins his Central selection protracted Sunday earnestness 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 Prices 500 550 600 SMITH HERRING ih 5 W CTU The ladies of the U wil hold their annual services at the Sunday the 14th at three oclock Rev Mr Frierson will preach the sermon They will decorate graves and visit the sick Saturday All incmehers are request to meet at the rooms at two oclock Beautiful Weather June can do the handsome whenever she so desires She has a bout everything her own way Fields of living green and woods of that loves to laden the creations o her hands and then there is the never so blue as on a perfcctJune day Yes Tune is all right when on behavior Masons At Dripping Spring Members of the Lancaster Mason lodge have decided to hold a meetin at Dripping Springs on St Johns Day the 24th All Masons in are invited There will be a number of good speeches and a good time will be served at the Sprint Hotel and Mr Rothwell promises splendid menu Dinner will be server for fifty cents per plate Entertainment The Uniform Rank Knights o Pythias will give an entertainment ai the Court House tomorrow Friday evening for the benefit of the order The program will consist of vocal am instrumental music recitations several plays all to be given by very best of local talent Reserved seats are on sale at Stormes dru store 35cts General admission 25cts children locts An evening of greal enjoyment is promissed all who Press Association The Kentucky Press Association will meet at Cerulian Spring next week and the pencil pushers are having their dress suits pressed and making ill preparations for a big time Lew B Brown of the Harrols burg Democrat and Secretary Vernon Richardson of the Danville Advocate have labored faithfully to make the meeting a success and it goes without the saying that the gathering will be one of the most profitable and enjoy able ever held Democratic County Convention The convention was to order Saturday by County Chairman V G Gooch C A Arnold was made chairman who appointed G B Swmebroad secretary and W B Mason and M D Hughes committee on resolu tions The resolutions were adopted and endorsed W J Bryan for president instructed for lion R IT Tomlinson for delegate from the Stii district to the National Convention to be held in Denver and for lions Jas B McCreary and J C W Beckhan for delegates from the state atlarge Examinations The examinations for white teachers will be held the 19th and 20th of June and the examination for colored teat i ers on the 20th and 27th Under the new law Garrard county is entitled to one appointee to the State University upon competitive examination Said examination will be held on first in July Applicants for this ap pointment will please bear in mind that a legal appointment can not be made except upon this examination County Superintendent Dripping Springs Opens A big crowd went up to Dripping Springs Sunday it being the regular resort Mr Rothwell had a great deal of work done on the buildings and grounds and everything for the comfort and pleasure oj the guests is at hand The splendid fare and healthgiving qualities of the waters have won a wide reputation for Dripping Springs and many people take advantage of the opportunity of visiting the place Write to S D Rothwell Crab Orchard Ky for descriptive pamphlets Former Lancaster Man Courier Lewis S Mc Murtry of Louisville has been as a delegate from the American Medical Association to the Medical Congress The was made at Chicago and this is the second time that such an honor has been conferred upon Dr McMur try TIe is a native Kentuckian grad uating from Tulane University New Orleans in 1873 and is one of the best known surgeons in the South In 1883 he was called to the chair of anatomy in the Kentucky School of Medicine and in the same year acceptea same chair in the University of Louisville He afterward went to Europe to study and after his return settled in Louisyille for the practice of his pro fession He stands at the head of his profession in the United States To The Insuring Public Having lost my dwelling by fire and being insured with JESSE D WEAR LEN THE INSURANCE MAN Stanford Ky 1 take pleasure in re commending him and the companies represented by him for liberal and prompt settlements my claim having been paid dollar for dollar deducting nothing but paying all he insured me for CASH without DISCOUNT Very Truly L G Hubble 1226 Ky W C T I Alms- House the afternoon thin nature sky good this section Dinner a K of P and the attend PresI- dent permanent Friday the has JournalDr selected International selection Hub ble i i c le1 peningof Sunday Dinner at Dripping The Dripping Springs managemen will serve another elegant dinner ani suppernext Sunday and will go from here Teams careful fed and looked after At Saturday Midnight At midnight next Saturday the lath the license of W II to sell liquor in live gallon lots expire and after that time no distiller sell less than a barrel in local option territory Mr Traylor has some line liquor and if you want to lay in supply of strictly first class goods had better get your order in before night for after that time Cincinnati will be the nearest from which iiquor can be shipped A Worthy Young Man Nicholasville News Horace L Wai ker of Lancaster just from State College now with It L Walker is in for a fine vacation He proposes tc follow the harvest through Min nesuta the Northwest and into Canada We applaud the manly student who will thus mix his muscle with his brains biceps with his books Quite a number of students put in their vacationto the good in the harvest fields It takes the of a mar to do it No finicky weaklings need apply What a opnortunity is this offered to brawny young men to see the growin Northwest not from a car window but as it is Goes on Long Trip lion Harvey Helm returned from Washington last week and attend to his business affairs at home prior to spending the summer abroad Mr Helm sails on June lath for Panama He is a member of the Insular and also will visit the this summer It is his plan to return from Panama for the Denver convention and then sail for Manila via San Francisco lIe anticipates the convening of an extra session in December and on account of pressure for time in which to make the two trips and other considerations has been compelled to so arrange his itinerary as to miss the State con yet ton in Lexington Mr Helm is anxi ous to secure a first band acquain Lance with conditions in Panama and the Philippines He has been quoted as concurring with those who regard the Philippines as the gold brick of history but he will lay aside any bias with statistics and study the question in native setting MEMORIAL DAY Celebration of Jefferson Davis 100th Anniversary The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C Mrs Mary Brown Royston President gave a splendid program at Court House on Wednesday the 3rd irist The rostrum was decorated with red and white in flowers and draperies A large Confederate hung above the portrait of Jeflersin Davis The Daughters wore badges and everywhere the Southern colors were in evidence Revs Brown and Williams officiated in the sacred numbers of the exercises After the singing of America Mr W 1 Williams introduced the speaker with eloquet wellchosen words in his own inimitable way Mr Reed Embry of Danville then addressed the in a patriotic speech setting forth the history and achievements of the great generals of the Southland during the Civil War A sextette of young girls sang My Old Kentucky Home and The Sunny South led by Miss Katherine Conn Other singers were Misses Kayanaugh Nancy Walker Jane Doty Lucy Doty Shelby Mason and Fanny Tinder A flag drill accompan ied the last song Miss Mary Clay Williams gave a recitation entitled To a Confederate Veteran which was a most brilliant performance s o well spoken and with such tine expression that the Veterans met in a conference later in the day and urged her parents to them to take her to the reunion at Birmingham Ala The little girl is only eleven Veais old and her read ing was perfect The last number on the program was a piano medly of airs arranged and rendered by Mrs Eugenia Dunhp Putts Historian of the Lexing ton Chapter U D C It had been twenty five years since Mrs Potts before a Lancaster audience and after a nattering introduction by Mrs Royston she was received with applause The selections were Old Folks At Home My Maryland The Bonnie Blue Flag and Dixie When the notes of the beloved old war song fell upon the ear the Veterans arose en masse and gave the Reble Yellso famous in the GOS Great enthusiasm was manifested by assembled crowd The procession then moved to the Cemetery In carriages and on foot where the graves were strewed with flowers The veterans present were Alex Doty Jas Arnold Thompson Arnold John Royston Isaac Myers Jerome Tiusely and James A Bratton John Doty The dead whose graves bore the flag and the flowers were John Arnold T J Hatcher John Myers J T McQuery Dr William Hush Samuel Salter Bright John Farris Fleece Robinson Jefferson Percival Geo A Feathers John M Higginbotuam George S Brown Albert Gentry and Russell Jennings I I a large crowd I I J I r can very a you tomorrow point Western making splendid Committee Philippines pos- sIble flag audience j j j j j j j permit t appeared Harris it 11 Tray Champion Mowing MACHINES and Chips HAY Hakes Binder Twine HASELDEN BROS raJ mM Irk JtHaw rrt18 iSIllI iI m J i Is I JitJ rilimri1J rrtl OOfrt rrtl r Ii I r- yr J J L i JR13eaz1e Arterial and Cavity Embalming Office on Danville Street Q g I 8 0 UNDERTAKER FULL LINE OF CASKETS AU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK LADIES Summer Underwear and Ladies Gloves Sielk and Kid White and Colored Wash Fabrics for Waists and Dresses A beautiful line of silk linen and pongees parasols all colors and the latest designs Bargains from the Lace and Hamburg Section Belt Buckles in many pretty styles Fans and Fancy Collars of all kinds See our line of Ladies Pumps and Ties THE Joseph Mercantile Co INCORPORATED DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST WorkRing phone No 18 and we will call ror and deliver work quickly tf lOOa au CHU U DUOI II If HI HUll II II II 11 II 1111 aR aRaseaR aRaR K I II I M IM II I I I IB I I I I I I I I 1I I tBitBi tIE l The eeeeeeeeeooooooeoe IOszery u COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per Imshel Black 15 jar or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices Ve charge per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by HUDSON r G I I J- I I I I I c I I I IBANKS I 7N rnAr 1I t lr I Coa1i You will always be SATISFIED JiJffi I IC o ooo C XrlL Salt I 00000000000 II 0 0 jj When you buy r j Coal Feed Salt Lime Cement Lumber ShinglesS x Laths Brick Sand Doors p Sash Roofing from usy c We handle nothing but the very best and guarantee quick g delivery with good measure Call No 104 and we will be p- gft glad to figure with you on anything we handle I 1 Q e Lime Austin Hurt ID i Kj ooeeeseeesee Feed ooooo Artistic Jewelry Exclusive but Unexpensive- We have just added many attractive pieces for men and women that will appeal to your good taste and sound judgementVeil Brooches Necklaces Braeelets Cuff Buttons ScarfPins Etc A nice line of Ladies and Gents WATCHES We engrave all bought of us FREE Our Motto Promptness Accuracy Reliability Hedrick PrLsfoie Jewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store LUMBER LUMBER Beginning now and ending July 15th we will smash prices on all our Lumber and Building Material We have a full line of Lumber in which you will find great bargains for the next 30 days Below we mention a few of our cut prices All Rough and Dressed Lumber goes at 25C per hundred feet off Our 200 Lumber 175 our 175 Lumber at 150 Flooring No 1 pine regular price 350 now 300 Flooring No 2 pine regular price 250 now 200 CeilingNo 1 inch pine regular price 250 now 200 CeilingNo 2 inch pine regular price 225 now 175 Fresh car Portland Cement regular price 300 now 200 Poplar Shingles regular price per bale 150 now ioo Red Wood Shingles extra clears regular price 450 now 425 Good doors from 100 up Poplar Weather Boarding 150 up Everything Cheap Come and See Lancaster Planing Mills A F D C SANDERS Props BEAZLEY HASELDEN Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1 852 Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 I I I I I I j I ns II articles I I I I I I111 11 gIJII I II g t DI11 ggla LC SEe 1 eeeeeeone oseoeeeoeoeeeeeoeseeoeee eseeeoee I oegvaeeoovovovovo T 4 JVI K Denny DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry storeI rlw DON Attorneys At Law Kentucky Stormes drug store Ben D Herndon Hl HENDON Once over CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A Y 1C A II LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky a itoenwIClnsK Mall fatter Member y Press Association 0 I I I I Lancaster Ky June 32 13C3 There is art in more things than one To paint and draw to perform on piano with skill and precision burn pictures on wood and create things beautiful with the needle each in its way is art But let it not be forgotten that the young lady who can bake a loaf of bread that commands the praise of the hungry because of its merit or cook a meal and serve it in a most ap petizing way is the possessor of a bitof art that commands more respect and admiration than all the others put together And now comes a New York woman and declares that there are too many girls in the world Wonder if she has not a lot of unattractive daughters who are a drain on the family bank account But what would she have any way You can not have women unless there are girls and bedside there are a lot of young men looking for the right sort of a girl It is an excellent practice before passing judgment to have both sides of a story The actions of many per sons are many times misjudged for the simple reason that all the particulars were not at hand And again it is not a bad plan to consider what you would have done under similar circum stances The point of view frequently makes all the difference in the world The man or woman for that matter who can not appreciate clean humor is entitled to the sympathy of all sensi ble people The humorist is a to the race He it is that puts sunshine into life and makes glad the waste places of mundane existence Unfortunate Indeed is the invidual who can not laugh A Boston man proposed 20S times before he was accepted by his sweet heart Maidens of marriayeble age are so numerous in Boston that one can nut help being surprise that he should cling so long to a negative quantity Anyway he demonstrated that persis tance will change a womans no into a yes Some scientific cuss has figured it out that everybody would be happier if the sun were blue Guess he must be mistaken in his conclusions since the people who see things through blue glasses are the most miserable of all mankind This fellow should do a bit more figuring Now that the national political me nu is being prepared let the even nor of business proceed in an orderly manner The politicians will be busy tryftig to line things up but let it be remembered that the people will have the final word along about the early days of November A New York man last four ounces of brains and declares that he can see no difference in his mental activites There are a good many people who could lose all their brains and there would be no perceptable change in their conduct Miss Machszewsyezhowyskies of New York wants to change her name says an exchange Yell why does she not get married Most any name would be an improvement on the one she now has Imagination is a pretty good thing to have It adds very materially to the sum total of human happiness and helps a lot or fellows when they tell about the big fish that got away Some one remarks that common sense pays large dividends Why not There is so little of it that the market is easily cornered and the comodity put up to the out of sight point The politicians have commenced to classify the states into safe and The independent voter has made the job unusually vexing this year The soul kiss is the latest but just the same the average young fellow will be satisfied with a good oldfash ioned smack out in the hammock I A New York paper states that shirt waists are to be peekabooer this year than ever before This no doubt will make them the center of attrac tionAs a rule thefellow who is the strong est advocate of the shorter day is the one who does the greatest amount of soldiering on his present job Oregon has just elected a man by the name of Cake to the United States Senate It is not stated how much dough it took to make the cake A Mr Nickle over in Illinois married a girl by the name of Tu for Well that is the price usually paidA man who cant find an excuse a fishing these days hasnt enough originality to stand Off the assessor I tee doubtful recently benefactor to- go Mr Dunn of Lexington suent Sunday here Mr l F Patton was in Lexington on business last week Mr II D Billiard sold a horse to Dr Green of Danville fur Mr Walker Bunisido of Richmond WtS here short visit last week Quite a number from here attended aunty court at Lexington Monday Miss EHxu Iswi will the Sun day School convention in Louisville Miss RiSsie Button of IIirn fishurif was guest of Miss Mae itubmson ast week Miss Carrie Boulden of Nicholas ville is expected to visit Miss Mayme Lee Ballard Miss Mayme Ballard came Tuesday after spending a week in Lexington with relatives Mrs Charley Jennings and Miss Gib son of Danville have been visitirg Mrs Sam ITaselden Misses Josephine Moss and Bessie Swope are in Mackville visiting their aunt Mrs John Peters Mrs Will Dickerson will leave the latter part of the week visit to relatives in Somerset Misses Elizabeth Bryant and Pattie Belle Burke left Thursday to visa Mrs J M Smith at Mackville Mr and Mrs Carter Sellers of Jessa mine were the guests last week of Mr and Mrs Harvey Deane Mrs Frank Campbell and daughter Eveln of Danville have been visiting Mr and Mrs J C Williams Mrs James Burnside left Tuesday for a short stay with her daughter Mrs Charley Collier at Fork Ridge Tenn Messrs Hogan and Bryan Ballard the dance given by Miss Logan in Nicholasville Thursday nightRose Bros have purchashed of Mr Logan Ison his threshing machine price 1000 They will do quite a good deal of threshing in this vicinity Miss Hester Patton Messrs Oscar Patton Hogan Ballard Dr Rose and Sam Rose attended the reception given by Miss Kate Campbell in Nich olasville Friday evening STONE Mr Win Teater is very sick at this writingMr Duncan bought nine shoats from Kerby Teater at T ctsi Mrs Joe Hicks has been suffering with rheumatism for several days Mr Claud Prewett and wife were the guests of Mr JohuPrewitt several days Master Clyde Folger of Somerset is visiting his sister Mrs Water Fain Mr Forest Curtis and familty visited Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray at Buckeye last Sunday Mr Frank Folger wife and children of Lowell visited C M Moburly and wife last week M A and A T Sanders delivered their wool to A u Miles at Nets per poutcl week Miss Carrie Crane of Lexington is spending several days with Mrs Mary Clouse of Stone Mr John Hicks sold to Mr Jasper Noel of Buckeye one good buggy horse at 15000 Mrs Mollie Fayne and little Willie Miles are visitors in Lexington this week Miss Nettie Hunter returned home last week after spending several days with friends at this place Little LaVern Hicks of this place spent last week with her aunt Mrs Emma Posey of McCreary Mrs Mary Snyder and daughter Ocie of Paint Lick spent Friday with her daughter Mrs C S Sanders Miss Addie Lee of Nina by Mr Lewis Noel visited Miss Peal Sanders Saturday and Sunday Mr U G and R H Preston visited their grand monther Mrs Malinda Preston in Jessamine county last Sun day Mr White of Wilmore taught one milch cow from R H Preston at 4500 also one from Mrs Mary B Preston at 4000 Miss Jennie and Katie Mae Dicker son of Buckeye were the charming guests of Miss Linnie Preston a part of last week Mr and Mrs Norman Grow and lit tle daughter Stella Mae of Judson were the guests of Mr Charlie Mitch ell and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfield and little daughter Allene were the guest of their daughter Miss Mabel Crutch field at Nicholasville last Sunday and and Monday Pony For Sale Handsome black pony with white feet Well broke gentle and kind Is by the famous Blue Eyes For further information address D C Payne Crab Orchard Ky tr 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 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 on premises without written per mission from comittee J W Elmore 1 Ut YlNrJ YILfJEj 200 fiJI a attend n the for a ast accompanied r R IT Batson i Jell attended Mayday granddaughter allowed Business Items No 1 cjw fr s H C Hamilton Headquarter for Harness I den Bros 43 f awl wagun harnes at W llimauK Millet St rt f r If Now is the time to net lives Lancaster Plaiiiuir 31 III Cane and M islet Std for sal r If Banks lUWsmC TInvp your jjurJcrinu and re paired i y 5iSJ t5e i iis MStf j Harness arc going cheap a large stock to select from Romans All kinds of Sewing Machine repair at Totnpsons I have too many buggies You can get a great bargain W J Romans Look at my of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magces Sutisfac guaranteed 1m For an uptodate out fit see Ilaselden Bros 43tf For ITames collars trace chains and j pads see Haseiden Bros 4ytf Cattle to Graze 100 acres line blue grass good water tf John M Farra In case of lire turn in the alarm nun 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 Taft shoes for sale only by loaf Magee lin Notice Chicken Raisers OcLs No cure no pay Guaranteed McRuberts tf Wanted 10000 pounds of wool at highest market price Sacks furnish ed H B NorthcoU A good jersey cow 4 vears old and giving 2i gallons of milk tf R T Embry at National Bank I will pay highest price for all the Wool you will firing me Call and yet sacks T S Elkin Lancaster tf See Beazley Ilaselden forInsurance on your county property tobacco barns stock barns corn cribs resi dence c Over r0 years without a lawsuit Phone 31 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 Insurance man Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky May i ISO1 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 burns as tobacco barns so you can put tobacco in them and not cancel your insurance Old Kinniard Agency Beazley Haselden National Bank Phone 1 Big fire 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 burnfl will be paid for if insured with Gaines the Insurance man otlice corner pub lic square and Lexington street 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 mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morfoid Dunn Bourne Ky 1 24 Gm Cured Her Turkeys L G Botkin Paris Ky says My wife gave her turkeys Bourbon Cure when they were dying and it cured them It is the best remedy for fowls we have ever used Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Physicians Cure Skin with Simple Remedy Noted Eczema Specialist Comments- on a Proven Specific for Skin Disease Physicians everywhere continue their praise for ordinary oil of winter green in a wonderful specific for Eczema and other itching skin diserses This liquid pure and clean as water ex ternally applied has instant effect A few drops on the burning itching sore causes instant relief and a short con tinued use gives a complete cure Dr C B Holmes of Silver City Miss is so enthuiastic about this remedy D D D he declares in a letter to the DDD Company of this great remedy is as near a specific for Eczema as quinine for ma laria I have been using your for four years with gratifying results writes Dr Holmes There are thousands of other physi cians who use Prescription the oil of wintergreen specific cures and it so clean to use If we did not know what will do we would not recommend it to our friends and patronsR Lancaster Call at our store anyway and let us see the nature of your skin trouble fOIEYSKlDNEYCORE I I Buggy cheap and 1ilUlis Hurl u your f J I Iii I bath room IJ GapesRoupby n E For Sale VJanted unexpected For Sale t Poultry II Prescriptionthat D D D D D D D D D D D D KWMJa ir very Cane salp bee i Ii nrt W lowest 1 outbuilding C Chicago Rakss sd laiir Riyrt f tJ o t 0 An VI tt11 r t nW tined eaR A- it JbbV FULLY GUARANTEED pitrngr i nTCI Jewelers v New Line China Suet Receiver O oC S A 1f1 rJt4a ONLY 6OO 4- aCf IY sl1thrr8 Tr Q ttliilit- G 1- ivmRBaw and Opticians ikardP Dont miss the I am giving on Bo wjicp ami Hamr I too many m stock will ent priros awiy No trouble to show oo W J ROMANS oar f Kokmno Co to ill Wi Fo F Best Bargains In Ladies ReadytoWearJ Of rust received the latest NOVELTIES in BELTS m See them before all are gone J B WflLKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Danville Steam Laondfj Enoogli Said i ilIFCi 1ng eS HA i tj at0 I I I E EG J SI e II ant t1 I iil Yew k1 1 Yen l P eito OI c iffJ n I to m t h I 1 IA I i if 2 E D2 Summer Vacation TriGs QUEENCRESCENTROUiE TO TliE Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Ticlacts Now On Sale Ii intend fill out blank and man inforrn1tioJr H C KING C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky Name Address I Destination 1 9 i LTi v sac t g s t P yL Yise r theyso s 9 a g9 aj I 3 I1 grist you tatting a trip far a Binder Twine per pound llSaaErttJS liave in Kt ick a nice line of Gucci Me dium and C Clv- apFujiiitif8f Carpets Mattings Rugs ETC all of which have been bonfiht at the ve ry rawest rash prices obtainable Any tlhiii wan d foiinl in stock will tor r Sred at cry reasonable pries Yor patronage respectfully solicited B P W t i You kuowr it rays to always buy the so you will ttai miss it by getting for all kinds of painting For sale by Dealer In Baggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE 77 d iLL j I I 1 re J2 SO m I CIt f l I f F liI 40200 rr I Octs j JiII JZ 1I tIi i rftJc y lfiII f f i l I 4 II l f dr 1E JrJEj fi S 1EgL figt rfcr l W r P I T 00e d 00 i i I O Ru 2t I i nut rtJ oII f a iIE E ii Y Ei pr fJq G f 08riJr b 20fj iX0i k best re UnlilT b tIt LU I ci if aiiY ihS larha1JWr h If E If r lL Y o 1 J IjirlJJ 1 7 ZI QI7G aIA if cCf IoZ OV a 0sp 11 1flOs fooli MoorsiI 1 a E i1i b K cYifeG Yasm t nc- I R r G rrS I c 3ci Y t Ci Viiit t3 r e IilwJ c n For anything in the f t I 1 8 F 8 v I as ea H Q FJl r g nl Oi ii aKi tfJ tlv 20 LO t c a 1 A1bt65 DRUG STORE If Come see our I fen Wiflnw l Gibson Sailors Gold Medal Shapes Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker Spring 1908 Spring 90S We call especial attention to our exquisite line of I flillineryw which now complet in every respect We have every new creation for Spring and Summer I Mrs Ada Kinnaird i tt 0 I I I II i tY P W 0Q Q t10 I is II 01 and Y S 1 i i iS Personal Mentionff i H t r 1 I Miss ReHsi Arnold has returned to j Crab Orchard Mrs Ed Gaines and son Claude Rice i are in Chicago visiting relatives Miss Kathleen Walter has returned from a visit to friends at Marcellus i Mrs J has returned from a brief visit to relatives in Richmond jj Hiss Keltic West is visiting friends in Lexington Winchester and Glas I gory ij Mrs Charles Richardson and children of Lexington are visiting relatives 11 here 3j Lena Dunn and son of Paint Lick have been visiting Mss Sallie Tillett il Miss Elizabeth Maddux of j is the guest of Misses Allie and Mary Arnold 1 Dr E G Dick of Grab Orchard fj Spring was a visitor here fora few hours Tuesday Misses Edna and Shelby Mason left this week fur Chicago and Ilillsboro Ohio to visit relatives of Mid dictown Ohio are guests of Mrs II A 15 Marksbury Danville avenue Harrodsburg of Police Luther Ilerron of Lancaster visited friends here several days last Mesdames Margaret Folger and Hugh Ilcmphil of have been visiting their brother Mr W A Arnold Mr Sam B Harris who holds a lucra Live position with Bonnie Bros Louis vile is here for a visit to his parents He has a number of very warm friends here in his old home who are always triad to see him Mrs W R Burnride Barboursyille1 Mrs Donald MeDOnald of Danville Messrs W 1 Kinnaird of Middlesboro have been at the bedside of their mother Mrs Patsy Kinnaird who continues very ill Congratulations and good wishes are being sent to Dr and Mrs G C Faris for their son who has just arrived at their home in Denver Colorado Mrs Paris was formerly Miss Nary Gill this city and her sister Miss Martha Gill is in Denver with her Sacholasville Journal Mr and Mrs William Robinson Cook of Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs K L lironaugh j last week Mr and II J Basti n and little son Charles of Lancaster were the guests of Mr and Mrs C F Denman this week Louisville condition of Miss Katherine Arnold head nurse at the Gray street Infirmary is reported improved It was stated at the in lirmary that she is now out of danger Miss Arnold was sticken suddenly ill yesterday morning and for several hours some alarm was felt over her condition Miss Arnold is a Garrard woman and her many friends hope for her speedy recovery The literary club met Friday in the Sunday School room of the Presbyterian church The room was decorated with palms and cut Hewers Mrs R F Hudson the leader whose subject was The North American Indians had a most delightful pro gram Quite a number were present Mrs W R Cook will lead the next meet her subject being Books The club will meet with Mrs Cook at her beautiful suburban home J5UENA VISTA Miss Jennie Skinner is at home from Richmond Normal Mr and Mrs Will Swope of Bryants ville spent Sunday with Mrs J W LaneMisses Mag Robinson and Florence Christopher visited friends in Harrods burg this week Mrs Elizabeth Ison and daughter Nancy Macof Lexington are guests at Stephen Isons Miss Myrtle Ruble left Monday for Richmond where she will take a Normal course Mr Willoughby of San Antonio Texas is the guest of the family of W T King Will Spilman of Mercer bought of John Jackson near Bryantsville one pair mules price 8392 50 Mrs Belle Cook has returned to her home in Lexington after a three weeks visit to relatives and friends hereMiss Cora Poor went to Buckeye last week to attend the wedding of her cousin Miss Martha Brown to Mr KurtzMr Mjs Smith Tracy Bery Lane and wife also Clarence Lane accom panied the remains of Mr Walton from LouisvilleMr Walton of Louisville who died there last week was brought here for burial Interment taking place Friday morning at the Lane burying grounds Deceased was a highly esteem ed citizen and Christian gentleman His wife nee Annie Lane of this place and five children are survivors Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary of American Vetinary Medical Associa tion Kokomo Ind says The herd of hogs on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy was used was yesterday We Jive this remedy tile credit for saving them Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster I I I I E Stormes I 31 r I f I Dr and M Staughton i DemocratChief week I Nicholasville I I I I I I I of I I f oft I i PostThe I i i I ring I it t l t f f Colton 0 D s n t I Mrs Eminence Mrs J Mrs 5 r afternoon y t w soh Mr stud Mrs DHHJ u uguus C visitors here Monday Judge J C Hemphill of Louisville has been visiting his wife and son J C nliss Lottie Johnson of Pittsburg Pa is visiting her uncle T M John sonMrs George Patterson and daughter Miss Helen are visiting relatives in BereaMr E B Bowman of Lebanon Ky has boon the guest of Miss Fannie HenryMr and Mrs George Robinson oj Danville have teen visiting Mrs Rebecca West Mrs Alex Walker and Mrs Kemp Walker left this week for a visit to relatives in Indiana Quite a crowd from here visited Dripping Springs Sunday where an elegant dinner was served Mrs Victor Lear gave an elegant dinner the past week to a number of her friends her beautiful suburban homeJudge and Mrs M D Hughes have been spending several days with Mr and Mrs Saufley Hughes near Crab OrchardMrs Collier gave an dinner the past week in honor of her sister Mrs Charles Richardson of LexingtonJudge Mrs A R Burnam of Richmond have announced the engage merit of their daughter MissSara Burnam to Mr John Jennings Green leaf The wedding will be celebrated on June 13th Misses Stella and Allie Ilendren left Monday for Richmond where they win attend the summer session of the State Normal school Garrard county should be glad to have these two at that school Louisville Times Miss Lora Belle Minor has as her guests Misses Eiiza both Johnson Levisa Harris and Mary Lee Givens of Lancaster Ky They came clown to witness the play The Donation Party in which Miss Minor has a prominent part The marriage of Miss Dovey Blythe Letcher of Lexington to Lieutenant Fred Wilson IIershler Fourth Cavalry United States Army took place the past week at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William Robert son Letcher in Lexington Mrs Hershler is well known in Lancaster having been a to here Mr and Mrs Hershler be at home after July 15th at Fort Snelling Minn The following was clipped from the Fort Worth Texas Telegram W II Walker of Witchita Falls well know in Fort Worth a brother of Mrs R B Fox Cleveland avenue Fort Worth and who was a member of the wedding party here in Fort Worth of Dr Roy F Saunders a year ago would have been a benedict today had nut the Hood interfered Dr Walkers wedding with Miss Ottie Howard of Tulsa Okla was set for Wednesday night The hoods in every direction made it impossible for Dr Walker to reach Tulsa and the happy event has been put off for a few days It is always said that the bride is the only important feature of a wedding party but Dr Walker can take one consola tion at least in the fact that he has so thoroughly exploded an old time theory BOURNE Mrs Jas Durham remains quite sick at tins writing James Durham bought a cow of J II Turner for 35 Allen Shcrrow sold a nice bunch of shoats to Job Maasee at Jlcts W C Turner bought of John Woods of Marksbury a cow and calf price S50Mr and Mrs Luther Ray were visit ing her parents at Orchard Grove Sun dayMr Hunter Ray and wife of Bryants ville syent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jas Durham- T C Ilendren of Nicholasville spent several days with his daughter Mrs Fox Turner- S N Morford and family spent Sue day with Doc Jackson and family near Bryantsville Herbert Stone of Scotts Fork spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin Otho Montgomery After Once Tasting no one wants an oldfash ioned cod liver oil prepara tion or emulsion because Vinol is a much better and strength creator for old children and for coughs colds bron If it does no good we will return your money Drug a I I representatives relatives ino bodybuilder weak chitis etc Stored t r wen frequent visitor vil RobertsM PILESI get immediate relief fro Dr Shoops Magic OmtaKB i a t li j 11 Q cC 0 I0Io 8 F od he- Adopon cihGlarI no Tt iitj ilW l Y 1rsI on nJiiun and eitherthe field has tried or seen tried many of the usual tj themes for the atten lion of native Af Rican children and wiaing them into the Christian life Moral suasion is good just as far as it will go In I I I I I securing I f African Mission fluFfrin missions Chapel are excellent just so far as the mission has the cash to the bills The best method open to every mission is to take the child out of the heathen home and plant it in a Christian home where it soon learns to believe in the Gospel Relieving this the child is seldom at rest till the other members of the family are also in possession of this great hap pinessFor 15 years we tried tho usual methods and met with indifferent suc cess For the last ten years we have followed the scholarship plan and have doubled our output of profitable fruit age every year during that entire period Churches in the homeland that have accomplished so much are rare indeed We had nine members some nine years ago and we have over 1200 now while there is an average of more than 50000 outside people reached per month How is this all accomplished The children do pretty much the whole of it It is most interesting to found a station and watch results which immediately appear A teacher is a learned man at all but he IP good as far as the beginning of addition and he can read hesitatingly in the Testament only but he can preach like Niagara Lots of noise ranch volume and here and there a good hit of truth He is nuirriod He is given money to sustain 15 little mis j sion children as soon as he can se cure them In six months he has them They are allowed all the little visits home they choose to make and every time they go they preach by their clothing their quiet manners and their avoiding the purely heathen all of which though speak not a word of their religion teaches most powerfully If they talk of their faith as most do they will the sooner bring brothers sisters cousins aunts and the whole connection to the mission station This inevitably follows in the regular course of events E H Rich ards in Christian Herald i NEW FIELD OF WORK Evangelists Being Sent to Great Prai vie Land of Western Canada A recent enterprise for giving evan gelists to the Great Prairie Land in r Western Canada is that of Archdea George Lloyd who first entered Saskatchewan country in 1903 s at the time when emigration tScre from Canada began Since that time i a railway has helped to open the country and more than thirty mis j slogs have been established About a year ago Archdeacon Lloyd returned to England to secure a band of Prairie evangelists and has now returned to his field with a numerous band of men to serve as catechists each in charge of from one to two hundred square miles of territory wTscre they are to open centers of worship Five ladies have also volunteered as dea conesses for work with women and children A Blessed Work j About IS months ago the missionar ies of the London Missionary society commenced work among the Kurav p ers a wild people in South India and 61 one of them have recently been 4 baptized Rev William Robinson j writes So far as I know these Kuravers are the first of their tribe 5 to be baptized in any mission They have such tenacity of will that they are not at all likely to revert may happen I have today seen another company of Kuravers They I ask for a teacher and a school and their headman says they are deter mined to worship the God whom we j present to them Church for Chinatown The cornerstone of the new Presby terian Chinese mission in the very heart of old Chinatown San Francis co Cal has very recently been laid with simple and yet impressive cere monies It stands on the site of the old Presbyterian church The corner stone was laid by Fong Doon the old est living convert to Christianity in the United States The services were under the direction of Rev J H Laughlin superintendent of Chinese missions and pastor of the Mission church and was attended by many Chinese Bible Work in India During the past ten years almost twothirds of the entire cost of the Bible work in India has been borne by the British and Foreign Bible so ciety In this time it hues issued 5 000000 copies of the Word of God in India and a Gospel can now be purchased in each of the great Indian languages for a farthing I I I I I I I foundnot th y I i Icon I I I i I I almost 4 t a r s y whatever Wall Paper We have just received another shipment of beautiful Spring Patterns Call on us when in need of Our stock is both in Paint and Wall McRoberte DRUGGIST Your Money With The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster The Farmers Bank ti c JS d r IiIII- I iJ i I j FAINT i complete i I R 6 i F r I Deposit I I i I I 0 I I I Ky Lr 4 i Papers J J WAIKEU President J s Prest Jf1IIS50t Vice ORGANIZED 1883 ilTIZMS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooe SCKPLCS I M B F HUDSON Cashier WASHER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sunders I The I J O Asst Cashr C D I W RIG EY THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXV President J E STORMES lice Prest- S C DEXXY 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 r SafetyDeDosit Bom 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Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments 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 Pare gore and Soothmg Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures iarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend U U Drops S GENUINEII CASTORIA the Signature of I Kind You ilavo Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUK COPNY TT MURRAY STREET lie YORK CTT Bears The Even our E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II I 3 I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment 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LOUIS MO McRoberts Drug Store I 0 CAPITAL 16fooooo SURPLUS 900000 M COY L ARNOLD BQGDYN WOODS EL WOODS I R IIJ S BURROWS J B W C FISH I D1BCTORS II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance NOTICE I The Pox Studio will be open every Saturday Take Advantage of the Pretty Weather and get some nice work done Kodak work will given just as much attention as our regular work The FOX STUDIO j be A DURABLE HIVESTAND One Made of Slabs Will Prove Most Satisfactory The hivestand for me Is a bench made of slabs from a sawmill cut long enough for two hives Bore two holes in each end for the legs If for a hillside make the frout legs longer to even up the grade I use locust or I pOJT Ji j LJ5i I I I HiveStand Made from Slab red cedar for legs and they last a long time Few men will ever live to use the second set Such a stand is cheap and handy to move and better than cement to save the hivebottom For contracting the entrance to the hive says Bee Culture make a letter L of two strips one Inch square One of these should be three inches long the other two inches By reversing To Contract Hive Entrance we have a small or medium entrance said letter L to lie on the alighting board A corner may be sawed from a board as shown and I like such a block better only it costs more if the lumber has to be bought DRY GROUND GRAIN Can be Satisfactorily Fed from a Feed Hopper A poultry feed hopper for feeding ground grain has proved very satis I factory Make box 18x18 inches and 6 inches deep then take off one end and fasten to the back with hinges which forms the cover Nail a strip a 3 a Inches wide across the open side at bottom which forms the box for the poultry to eat from Take a board b the width of inside of box 14 inches long and insert in front of box as shown in cut with the upper end even with front edge of box and slanting in until a space of 2 inches is left between bottom of board and back of box to allow the feed to pass throughThe is poured into this hopper and runs down into box at bottom as fast as needed The size of the hopper can be varied to suit the size of the flock It should be screwed to wall of poultry house about 12 inches from floor By using this hopper we keep a dry mixture consisting of wheat bran and middling and occa slonally corn meal or a small amount of linseed meal always before our fowls In addition says the writer in Farm and Home we feed a mixture of whole corn oats and wheat in the litter morning and evening also some ground green bone and beef scraps both of which we get from a local butcher CACKLES Begin to fight lice early Keep the poultry house tidy Feed little corn except on cold days Mediumsized hens are best for sit tingLet the hen become fully broody before setting her Too heavy hens are not good sitters as they break their eggs If the poultry house is dark and damp make more windows at once The poultry house should be on a little elevation if possible to insure drynessIn new birds for the flock see that they do not bring in disease or insects Protect the sitting hen from mites which will kill her if they are not kept from multiplying In her nest A Leghorn is a very unreliable sit ter as she often changes her mind about sitting at all While it is not a good plan to force egg production nature may be aided by the selection and feeding of proper foods New blood occasionally is for the flock no matter of what breed Inbreeding causes and loss of vigor By keeping the market stock in good condition and dressing them fat and plump you will always have a good market for dressed birds The fowls should be kept in a good average condition all the time It is poor policy to feast the birds one week and starve them the next Born In Iowa Our family were all horn and raised in 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 in El Paso Texas the writers life was saved by the prompt use of this remedy We are now engaged in the mercantile business atNarcoosseePla and have introduced the remedy here It has proven very successful and is constantly growing in favor Ennis Bros This remedy is for sale by F P Frisbie m nailing necessary knqw experience I materially degeneration A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Eectriu Hitters writes Mr Frank Cuitlan of No 435 Houston St New York its a family medicine for dyspepsia and liver com plications while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot be too hluhly recommended Eeetric Bitters ic fjulate digestive functions purify the blood and impart and vitality to the weak debiliatatcd of both sexes Sold under guarantee a R E McKobcrts drug store 0a 1m MET HIS MATCH AT REPARTEE Jersey Judge Prcbably Sorry That He Started Action Gov Fort of New Jersey tells this story An old Quaker woman was a witness in a case which was being tried one day before Judge Garrison over in Jersey and she wore a big poke bonnet which muffled her ears and prevented her hearing the law yers questions Finally the lawyer appealed to the judge and he ordered her to remove the bonnet Ill do no such thing she said tartlyI accustomed to having my will respected said the judge Well I dont care if you are a judge that bonnet stays right where it isPerhaps madam the judge put in ironically you would like to take my place as judge too eh Not a bit of it she shot out there are enough old women on the bench in Jersey as it is Duke of Wellington The Iron Duke has always been a mystery I have read that he was six feet four inches tall I have read also that he was only five feet six inches Historians tell us he was anywhere from five feet six inches to five feet eleven inches There are some things seemingly very simple which it is im possible to establish this is one of them Historians are still guessing the height of Julius Caesar the size of Hannibals head the weight of Al exander the Great and the general of Solomon Why we are not even sure of the stature of George Washington It might be believed that Napoleon Alexander the Great and Jay Gould were of the same size three bumptious little chaps And it is common belief that Charlemagne Erling the Bold Frederick the Great Robert Bruce Sir William Wallace Gen Winfield Scott and Richard Coeur de Lion were all topnotchers Old Fuss and Feathers formed In the prodigality of nature leading in girth and weight New York Press Substitutes for Hello Yes said the telephone girl the word Hello is going out as an to wire talks There was a time when everybody used it but now people are trying to get away from it I guess I am for one I knowWhat are the substitutes Well they are many and various Ive just used one What is it Why its Well Lots of folk announce them selves for Well nowadays Others say yes with a rising inflection Men when they get a connection are apt to say That you It all helps to break up the monotony and theres a big field for originality in the inno 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 Inconsistency During one of Lady Batterseas ad dresses on prison life a lady in the audience mentioned that she had once lectured in Holloway What was the subject asked her ladyship I am afraid you will think it rather iron ical replied the lady but it was Public Holidays and How to Keep Them M A P Badly Sprained Ankle Cured Three years ago our daughter sprain ed her ankle and had been suffering terribly for days and not slept a minute Mr of Tenn told us of Chamberlains Pain Balm We went to the store that night and got a bottle of it and bathed her ankle two or three times and she went to sleep and had a good nights rest The next morning she was much better and in a short time could walk around and had no more trouble with her M Brumitt Hampton Tenn 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by F P Frisbie 1m The Born Leader Many a man who was born to be a leader has been out of a job most of the time because he couldnt find anybody who wanted to be led If one feels dull and spiritless in the spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever But there is no feverusually It is the after effect of our winter habits The nerves are most at fault Tired worn out nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirt or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depress ing symptoms The Restrative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two but it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reaching that tired spot Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or con stitutional tonic It sharpens a failing appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and kidneys and orings new life strength and ambition Test it a few days and be convinced BE Me Roberts grand the rtfwed viJor I dimensions Introduction II nightshad Stallings Butler ankleE it cr I vntjons en- tItled Thinks It Saved his Life Lester M Nelson Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and 1 think it saved my life I have foutii it a re liable remedy for throat and lung complaints and wnud no more he without a bo tics I would he preventive of pneuioni and healer of weak limns it has no equal Sold un der guarantee at R E iiclloberts 50c and 100 Trial bottle tree im POINT ON SECOND MARRIAGES Sexes Differ When It Comes to Choice of Future Mate Theres a curious thins said a minister that Ive noticed about marriages It is this Widowers rarely marry women whom they knew either before or during their first period of married life while with wid ows the case as a rule is just re versed How do I explain this Well I dont I just mention the fact But I suppose my guess is as good as an others Of course to begin with a man has more freedom of choice that is his activities are apt to give him a larger circle of acquaintances than a woman A woman if her first marriage has been happy longs for a continua tion of that happiness if it has not been wholly so she is still searching for a satisfaction of ideals She is more likely to regard with favor a suitor whom she has known for some time than a recent acquaintance Women you remember are naturally more conservative than men and a woman is much more disposed to be careful about a second marriage than a firstOf course these are only theories that Im indulging in But the facts regarding the tendencies in second marriages are as I have stated Any one can confirm them by running over the second marriages of his or her friends New Use for Seaweed Agaragar derived from Chinese seaweed may possibly replace as a basis for photographic pro cesses Lecturing before the Royal Photographic society W F Cooper said that It would in time mark revolution in photographic emulsion making 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 cure affected by applying 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 onaccount of the relief which it affords 25 and 50 cents sizes for sale F P Frisbie 1m H Alt IT TO KKKl DOWN of titan farsI second I gela- tine a Rheumatism Chamberlains t drugstore al- bused Scott What are you that knot in your neck I have just swallowed three eels Chicago Tribune True GoodaeMH Tis not the man whos truly good Whose maxims loud and oft are heard But he who splits the furnace wood And never says a hasty word Washington Star The Only Theory think you charge a perfectly awful price for salt pork worth it mum Housekeeper It is eh Then you iuusthave bought the salt at a drug store N Y Weekly More Than That know Im nothing but skin and bone Fatima her dearest friend Youre unjust to yourself dear Theres a whole lot of gristle about you Chi eago Tribune Perfectly Safe you think he will commit luicide on her account Jferritt No Hes so selfish h vouldnt put himself out of the way for Life Bueklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I 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 R E Mc Roberts drug store 1m The Best Policy Father to son who is going to a all be honest especially at first Transatlantic Tales To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr Shoops Pain Tablets Pain means 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 instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by B E McRoberts DuckGreat doingwith CraneO HousekeeperI DealerIts 1 LenaI GilesDo anyoneHarlem U enter bankAbove congestionblood pressurethat Heahacheor Tabletswill After it Jii s Heilth CtJlcti is really i tie e e t ColTee Imitation ever yet prcilurrd This Clever A lTe Stibst it ue was rt ctMitly produced by Dr Slump Utcj Wis Isot grain of real ColTe in it eilber Dr Shoops IleuUh Cul Riitrle frssiii pure toasted irrains wirh malt nuts etc Ileallv it would fool an rxycrf who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or iiO minutes tedious boiling Iade in a minute sass the doctor Sold by Gill Simpson RsvisPs Siirspfe Diet Raphael cashiered that a meat diet was not sori for a painter and lived principally on dried fruits such as figs and raisins with bread Weak women should try Dr Shoops Xight 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 strict est confidence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by R E McRoberts Near IB Our mining camp the mea con gregate on a bench outside the mess house and talk it over One of the miners old Methuselah has a very prominent nose and Is the object of much respectful amusement Last night one of the men remarked that there was a fly on the end of his nose Old Methuselah answered Brush it off yourself you are nearer to it than CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Till Kind You Hate Always I a C IS it therefore IHarpers Bought Bears the Signature of I Commissioners Sale of land Garrard Circuit Court William Hume c Plaintiffs George Warner c Defendants By virture of the judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1JOS in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY J USE 22nd 1908 between the hours of 10 A x and 2 v 3i it being County Court day sell at the Court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following described real property situated in Garrard County Ky and bounded as follows Beginning a corner in the Swope and Mrs Gullev line 40 feet from the center of the Lancaster and Buckeye roads thence from said point running east TO feet to a new corner stone thence 40 feet to the center of said pike thence with said pike east 30 feet to corner in said pike thence S 240 feet to corner stone W 100 feet corner to said Gulley and Swope thence N with Swope and Gulley line 200 feet to the beginning containing 212 441 part of an acre Said sale is made for the purpose of a division of the proceeds of same among the heirs at law of Elizabeth Warner as their interests may appear Said property will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 perinterest per annum from date of sale until paid having the for ce and effect of a judgement upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money This June 4th 1103 R II Tomliuson Atty for Plaintiff J ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court DANGER OF CATARRH Unless Properly Treated with Hyomei Becomes Serious Catarrhal troubles are far more Ian than seem at first thought If vou have catarrh there irritated the mucous membrane and weak ened tissues winch afford an ideal lodg meat and culture medium for ttt ease especially of consumption You should get cured as quickly as possible before any dangerous germs vou breathe on the diseased tissue arid work destruction in the throat and The easiest simplest quickest surest arid cheapest way to cure catarrh is by the direct breathing This wonderful medicated air treatment dotS not drug aral derange the stomach hut is breathed in directly following and destroying all disease germs that may have inhaled The unusual way in which Is sold by our leading druggists Is the lest evidence of their confidence In the treat ment and should all doubt as to curative properties to re fund the purchase to whom II cornel fails to and do not risk a cent in testing its healing virtues A complete outfit costs hut SI 00 if it hIps YOU not a cent if it tInes not do all that is clammed for it Sold and guaran tlC by- RE McRoberts PAINtothe bemd rIaanywhere has Its rita U congestion pain Is blood pressure nothing else usually At least so says Dr and to trove ithe has created a little pink tablet Dr Shoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from paia renters Itaegect is delightful Gently tboush safely itsurely equalizes the blood circa lation U you have a headache Ifs blood presssre If you are sleepless restless nervcus blood blood That surely is a certainty Shoops Headache Tablets sto Rin20 and thetablets simply distribute the unnatural blood prepare Bruise finger and doesnt it get red well pain your Of course it does blood pressure Youll find itwhere simply Common Sense I SHoop Headache TabletsR E HcROBERTS YS r gerous ian state of germs meth nvonlli it Thanep tC YOll Shoo Tba Its eooces our Its Ins d1eerfI1D7 Dr L they those may anyone it its periods with women ssrne caa forDs eM emi ps a ad zoi WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or that is not beyond the reach0 ofmedicine No I can do more WAS ttYEIW TIME B 1204 N Virginia Sfc Evansville Iud writes Foroverfiv I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which cansed me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was run down and a year ago had abandon work entirely I had three ot the best physicians who did me no gooA and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was md the first bottle gave me great relief and after talcing the second I wa entirely cured TWO ST7F SIC AID LML C C J E Stormes PLAN TO DISEASE Druggists Will Battle Stomach Troubles The increase of stomach trouble this town las led to effective measure combat the disease Our Ieailin dru who luive the local agency for 31ioni stomach tablets in order to induce people suffering weak stonuicli or indigestion to use the offer to supply it the distinct understanding that money will be refunded in every case where it not cure K not a mere digestive but aa absolute strengthener and builderup the whole digestive tract If you suffer with headaches giddiness palpitation bad taste in the mouth nervousness coated tongue distress after eating use Mlona and see how quickly these symp toms of a weak stomach will disappear The remedy strengthens the muscular walls the and increases the flow of gastric Juices so that nourishment is extracted from the fool and the refuse is expelled without the aid of purgative or laxative medicines Remember tliat your druggist guarantee to refund the money unless it cures takes all the risk there is no danger of vour losing anything except indigestion when a 50cent box of Miona Sold and guaranteed by R E McRoberts Feet Swelled Frta Frightful Eczema D D B PrtscriatiM fAI rVSf KIDNEY CURE 1 BLADDERDISEASE 1 medicine lID IIICII IT its with h of VOll bmr let This LetHr bottle FI tIT remedy give Ild Wwssstered 1 Fro a CU-g GeBttenenr For several years from Eczema the affliction affecting my arms sail fret At times my feet became st swollen that I could not wear my shoes constant itchintr of the eruption oa my bands anti arums became almost unbearable Upon the recommendation ot another such sufferer as myself I began the use otDDDand it gave me immediate relieS thave now tally recovered from mr ailment aatl ID IX TX the credit tor affecting wkaC is to IB aad my friends a cure Trulyyours GUY X GOBXf Doat be fooled mto thinking troubles comes front blood imparities doat ruin your stomach with purges aaj blood remedies Eczema and allskm dfe eases are caused by littlegerms that attack the skfa externally D D D Prescription kills these germs aad leaves the skin clear soft aad healthy Its work seems almost miraculous If yoa are skeptical go to will show yea photes aad prosit poskw that D D D will actaaUv cars a jaA OhIo NOY 5tIt t9N I was 3 SU1Ierep hands lathe that ski th druggist whose a1t aI JeftI itCoumbw give g ass aasseappearsbelewaad LLcob rta t