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THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 9 IH08 arsirssxra t Ygz sia ei= THE HYLO The smart style of everyTLORSHEIM SHOE is much more Uii than mere superficial surface looksIt is in the way theyre i long wearing of the FLORSHEIM SHOE include lasting elegance Most Styles are 500 H T LOGAN Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods madeThe e qualities 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 L 4 Bgce C r i The prospects for a large crop ol black berries were never better Tuesday mornings weather wat exceedingly cool an overcoat proving very comfortable Peter Gllcher the well known cot fectioner at Danville died Sunday from the effects of parlysis Next Monday is county court day but owing to much work on the farm not people are expected in town A big crowd is going to Cincinnati next Sunday the fare for round trip being only 175 Train leaves at 5 a m The Kentucky Press Association is having great times at Cerulean Springs this week We couldnt go this year didnt have anything to wear The Records editor is thankful to the W C T U for a handsome boquet sent to us Saturday We are also un der obligations to the good ladies of the C W B M for delicious sherbert and cake Mr Rothwell tells The Record that he will continue to make a specialty of Sunday dinners and suppers at Dripping Springs and extends a most cordial invitation to the public to come A big crowd went up again last Sunday The regular season for reception of guests opens next Sunday K P Lodge Booming Garrard Lodge No 29 is again on a big boom and much work is being done The members are wide awake and most all the old knights have got ten back in the harness The lodge meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Good Wheat Crop Farmers are as busy as bird dogs just now the wheat harvest being on in earnest Good reliable bands are quite scarce and this is causing much annoyance The crop of wheat is about up to the average In size and the goodHas 30th Mr Henry Traylor phones The Record that he was mistaken as to date his license expired and that he can sell liquor in fivegallon lots until the 30th of this month He was un der the impression that the license expired last Saturday but this was a mistake Pastor Called Rev 0 P Bush of Clark county has accepted the call as pastor of the local Baptist church and will preach his first sermons next Sunday morning and evening He will fill the pulpit every 1st and 3rd Sabbath Mr Bush is a minister of wide reputation and will do good work for the church Splendid Shows The moving picture show over the blue front store room is drawing large crowds every night and affords much pleasure to the public New films are received every few days and you miss a treat if you fail to see them Admission is only 5cts Dont miss it The people should show their appreciation the enterprise by large patronageA Practice Some persons have been plucking flowers and removing other ornaments at the Lancaster Cemetery and the sexton Mr Henry tells The Record that some have gone so far as to take vases from some graves This is a violation of the law and some one will land in the court House if the con temptible practice is not stopped St Johns Day Many Masons will attend the to be held at Dripping Springs June 24th and a fine time is expected Lancaster lodge will turn out in full force while all neighboring lodges will send large delegations Dinner will be served at the Springs Hotel at SOcts there will be speeches by prom nent Masons good music and a good time generally Mr John Estes after a lingering died at his home in Crab Orchard last Sunday He was in his 75th year He resided in Lancaster for many years and had a legion of warm friends who regret to learn of death He was a member of the Baptist church and moved to Crab Orchard about three years ago He leaves his widow and twelve grown children Funeral ser vices were conducted the burial taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery f gathering I at the home fil many Estes illness Tuesday 2175 to Cincinnati Sunday Lancaster defeated Stanford 5 to 4 n a game of ball on the latters rounds Wednesday Buys Farm Danville Advocate Mr Yates Hud son nas purchased the of his father in Garrard county which he has bad leased for a number of years The farm is one of the best in the country and contains 511 acres The price is not given Equity Meeting Assistant State OrganizerC C Allen will address the citizens of Garrard at the court house Monday on the neces sity of organization of tobacco growers the purpose and aims of the American Society of Equity etc Every farmer should be present as it is of vital inter est to all Speaking at one oclock Be there One On Judge Brown We heard a good one on Judge Brown the clever Mt Vernon at torney At the democratic district convention the roll was being called and some fellow jokinging voted Rock castle Mr Brown was on his feet instantly and in thundering tones demanded to know Whos that my county He dosent know to this good day who it was trying to steal his county Honor for At the democratic state convention in Lexington Hon R H Tomlinson was made elector for the Eighth con gressional district This is the best place in the district as he will have to make speeches all over the country for the ticket making him better acquainted in the state beside giving him the distinction of being the only man that will be permitted to cast a vote for William Jennings Bryan within the district Examinations The examinations for white teachers be held the 19th and 20th of June the examination for colored teach on tha 26th and 27th Under the law Garrard county is entitled to me appointee to the State University ipon competitive examination Said examination will be held on first in July Applicants for this will please bear in mind a can not be nade except upon this examination County Superintendent Why They Do It Why do men advertise It is be cause they believe that they have roods that they can sell so as to save you money Knowing this themselves they want you to know it hence they advertise The man who dont may have bargains but the chances are that he hasnt The non advertiser usually expects to make enormous profits on what little he sells The advertiser reaches out to get a big number of customers and is will ing to sell for a small profit Adver tisers dont spend their money as a charity toward the newspapers It is because they are seeking to add daily to their list of customers Death of Good Man The death ol Mr John Alexander Sanders was a great shock and to the people of Garrard county Mr Sanders accidently stuck a rusty nail into his hand about two weeks ago while attending to some work farm While no particular pain was experienced yet he took every precaution with the wound Late last week however it began to swell and despite heroic work lockjaw and he died Tuesday morn after suffering excruciating pain Sanders was born and reared in county and was one of the most substantial upright citizens who enjoyed the friendship and respect of ill He was in his 58th year and had al ways been a consistent member of the Christian church He leaves his widow and five children who have the deepest sympathy of all in their great sorrow Mr Sanders was a man who will be missed in the community and his many acts of kindness will keep his memory ever fresh in the minds of those who enjoyed his ac quaintance After funeral services conducted at his late home by Eld F M Tinder the remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery For Sale Two story six room frame house and 4 acres of land on the south side of Danville Street in Lancaster now occupied by W C Davis For terms and price see L G Davidson- 2t R L Davidson farm voting Mr Tomlinson I wIll and ers new Friday appointment that legalappointment surprise ling advertise onus BREAD Try a Loaf of Mothers Bread L 0 DAVIDSON I Champion Mowing MACHINES and Champion HAY Rakes Binder Twine y HASELDEN IiIJ i I I III I I BROS- ii 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I m I JR13edz1e Arterial aid Cavity Eakali Office oil Danville Street I I g UNDERTAKER I FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IS ST CK LADIES Summer Underwear i 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 prettystyles Fans and Fancy Collars of all kinds See our line of Ladies Pumps and Ties THE Joseph Mercantile Co 1 INCORPORATED DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST Work Ring phone No 48 and we will call ror and deliverjrork qwcfcly alltaRaRaRalit LJ n lam I I I IEEesiery I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I The s COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash 15c per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by HUDSON I 142 jO 1 I1 JlWn l1W u u u I I I I I I I I IBANKS I G I 1 Coall You will always be SATISFIED sXS SI x x I Sit I J When you buy Coal Feed Salt Lime Cement Lumber Shingles Laths Brick Sand Doors Sash Roofing from We handle nothing but the very best and guarantee quick delivery with good measure Call No 104 and we will be glad to figure with you on anything we handle p use Lime mmmm Austin Feed M eMMMM M v Artistic Jewelry Exclusive but Inexpensive We have just added many attractive pieces for men and women that will appeal to your good taste and sound judgementVeil Brooches Necklaces Bracelets 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 FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store LUMBER LUMBER Beginning now and ending July 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 i pine regular price 350 now 300 Flooring No 2 pine regular price 250 now 200 CeilingNo i 4 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 xoo up Poplar Weather Boarding 150 up Everything Cheap Come and See Lancaster Planing Mills A P D C SANDERS Props BEAZLEY HASELDEN Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1852 Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 1 lIJT I I I I I I IIarticles I I I JJllIIJll II leilill I l II C eEe15thwe I I I aNweeeees easeesfewaew 1 At K Denny DENTIST Ofiee over Herndon jewelry store m Herndon Ben O Herndon HtNlON HEKN Wfl Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky OMce Stormes drag i over sore CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt a SecondClass Mall Matter Member Ky Press Association ryl r PoM Lancaster Ky June 19 1908 No young person Is very well equip ped for the contests of life when arm ed with nothing better than a diploma Many graduates have a wrong concept tion of what an education really is That person is best educated who has learned that the things mastered in school are nothing more than so many tools with which to do the work of real life Scholastic training is the means and not the end And again the young man who has mastered some good trade is in tar better position to make a living and more than the one who has not his hands trained to some useful calling Next to a good trade is a business edu cation gained in some school devoted to the work of fitting the young for a business career But let it be kept in mind that a business education can do no more than furnish the theory real work must supply the experience Practical every day affairs has a way of taking the conceit out of the young and the sooner this is done the better it is for the individual But it should be kept in mind that conceit and self confidence are not the same thing The one never learns the other seizes the opportunity and masters it Charity is more than the mere giv ing of alms for the support of the physical being This much is well and good But there is another sort of charity that is just as farreaching and mayhap do just as much good as giving creature comforts There are thous ands of hearts that are ahunger for the bread of fellowship of kind words of comforting encouragement and the sympathy that can not be meted out in the coin of the realm Many good men and good women are starving not for food and drink but for the kindly sympathy of real human beings When the golden bowl is broken and the heart ache no longer burdens some one or many will at last express a vain regret that so excellent a citizen has been called Who can measure the good that might have been done had as much charity been extended while yet there were brave heart beats to re spondto the good wishes It were far better to extend the charity of kind words while the red blood courses than to say nice things after the pulse is unto the last awakening As we go to press the Republican National Convention had not made a nomination for president and vice president but will doubtless be the nominee There is some specula tion as to who will be tacked to the tail of the ticket but this is a small matter as the vice president cuts little fact few people know or care a cuss who fills the place There are yet some people who are disposed to think that the opinion of a newspaper is voiced in the news col umnsThis is a mistaken idea It is the province of the newsgatherer to print all news to publishes he finds them and leave opinions to the colums If all readers would bear this in mind it would save them some annoyance and the paper from unjust criticisms Saturday morning Gov Willson issued full pardons to Cabel Powers and Jas Howard charged with com plicity in the murder of Gov Wm Gobel These cases have been before the public for more than eight years and everybody will be glad that they are settled and hope the black crime will soon be forgotten The modern politician has a habit of construing the meaning of the found ers of the government into most fny old thing so only they can score a point The fathers of the country must have been unusually prolific in imagination if they laid a foundation for all the isms that have found a place in the modern political creed Funny how names will make items for the papers Out in Missouri the other day a Mr Rummage married a Miss Sale It is reported that the church was crowded with women who could not ressisb the temptation to in on the rummage sale The young man who is forced to graduate from the school of experience may not have very many college de grees and be minus a diploma but just the same be will be pretty sure to make good when the opportunity for real work presents itself There is such a thing as carrying a joke too far The fellow who has named a new brand of axel grease the Merry Widow certainly is taking liberties that even a widow would resent Bet it makes the wheels go round all right all right The latest is to the effect one can live on air and sunshine The fellow who gave out his information will have another guess coming as soon as the honeymoon is over The wise politician never makes a promise There is nothing more em barrassing than a promise come home stilled Taft icein itemsfit editorial ge as many poIiliciaiiR are will ice to testify An animal trainer contends that the lion is more docile than the baboon Perhaps he is but there is not much difference between the two as found in the social world The Chicago News is out with the statement that all the young ladies of the Windy City are spring poems But it failed to state which spring A New York judge has enjoined a to carry out court Next to having some one with you who is fond of you comes meeting oc casionally the person who hates the same person you do A fellow over in Illinois by the name of Mash recently married a girl by the name of Lemon Sort of sour mash affair June would be all right if she would only sit still in the boat Every time she wiggles the old canoe dips water A wise Irishman says the way to get rich is to save what you spend and work all the time you are resting Officers Meeting The official board of the Methodist church consisting of following breth ret R H Tomlinson W E Moss B Swinebroad H C Hamilton Mil ton Ward and Judge Ford are request ed to meet at the church at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Important busi ness to be attended to Let every one attend Silas Moss Circuit Court Circuit court convened Mondaywith His Honor Judge W C Bell on the wool sack and Commonwealths Attor ney Chas Hardin and County Joe E Robinson on hand to look after violators of the law The dockets are the lightest ever known in Garrard which speaks well for the good citizenship of our county While it is painfully true that Garrard once bore an unenviable reputition for kill ing and shooting yet the selection of good officers has almost eliminated ev ery trace of crime for which all good Garrardites rejoice and are exceeding ly glad Following is the GRAND JURY R M West C S Ballew W G Preston G N Ray Will Wadkins A B Brown Jr Fm Cronley Broaddus J P Naylor Jno N White W P Anderson W D Marksbury J A Jones PETIT JURY W M Mahan J W Bryant J H Arnold Ben Wilmot Francis Clark G A Eager Dave Henry T S Elkin Jas Clark Jr J Wade Walker J R Mount Woods Walker J D Pope Geo Smith Sr Dan Burdett J 0 Hardin Jno Woods Nathan Bogie Roe Montgomery Wm H Hughes C M Moberly J A Stone Jno Walter Dave Dudderar As the farmers were all so busy it was some trouble to secure enough jurors many of them having to make great sacrifice to serve As there is so little business on hand Judge Bell de cided to adjourn jury from Wednes day until next Thursday morning thus giving the country people benefit of the time to put in on harvest Turkeys Dying Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky says Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only rem edy I have ever used that will cure tur key diseases I gave my turkeys a few doses when they were dying and it speedily cured them Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Had Lost L G Botkin Paris Ky says I had no hopes saving my hogs as some of them could not eat I drench ed them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and did not lose a hog Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster 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 July 29 30 31 tf I sell all kinds of magazines and will be glad to get your order Mrs Dollie Brown POSTED I positively do not allow any fishing in my pond This notice is addressed to all J F To The Insuring Public Having lost niy dwelling by fire and being insured with JESSE D WEAR 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 robbing but paying all he insured me for CASH without Very Truly L G Hubble 122t Hubble Ky Dont forget the dates of the great Crab Orchard Fail July 15 16 and 17th go tf I t roan n cherryIempts J Attorney Hope Dates- t Robinson- 3t DISCOUNT I BEN Everybody Business Items No 1 cjw for sale II C Hamilton Headquarters for Harness Ilnsef den Bros 43ttf Now is the time to bee hives Lancaster IMaiiiui Mill tin Cane and Seed for tf IJauks I Have your guttering paired by Ilaswlden Bros 43tr Harness are koiiitf cheap a large stock to select from W J itomans All kinds of Sewing Machine repair at Tompsons I have too many buggies You can get a great bargain W J Romans Look at my linn of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice lint and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Mngees satfsfac guaranteed 1m For an uptodate bath room out fit see Haselden Bros 43tf For Hames collars trace chains and pads see Haselden 43tf Cattle to Graze 100 acres tine blue grass good water tf John M Farra In case of fire 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 Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee lin Notice Chicken Raisers 50cts No cure no pay Guaranteed by R E McRoberts tf Wanted 10000 pounds of wool at Highest market price Sacks furnish ed n B Northcott New Huntington upright piano for sale cheap 2t Virgil Wilds Buena Yista Ky Wanted- I will pay highest price for all the Wool you will brinj me Call and get sacks T S Elkin Lancaster tf See Beazley Haselden forInsurance on your county property tobacco barns stock barns corn cribs resi dence c Over 50 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 4 1903 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 barns so you can put tobacco in them and not cancel your insurance Old Kinniard Agency Beazley Ilaselden National Bank Phone 31 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 burnd will be paid for if insured with Gaines For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike i mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morford Dunn Bourne Ky 1 24 6m To Flower Lovers- I have made arrangements with the Green House at Danville Ky to supply me with potted flowers and plants Call on me for anything you may want in the way of flowers and 1 can supply Come and look over my stock on hand Roger Alridge Aug 10 Telephone 38 Prices that Save you Money Best prints 5 and 5ic per yd bleech ed cotton 5 to 9c per yd Hamburgs 4 to Scper yd lie brown cotton 5c per yard by the piece All shoes at cost Arbuckles coffee 16c per pkg Granulat ed sugar undelivered 17 pounds for a dollar Ball potash 4 for 25c Keg soda 2 pounds for 5c Browns mule tobacco 3 plugs for 25c Lenox soap 3 cakes for lOc Glass tumblers 15c per set other prices in proportion to these Call and be convinced C D Powell KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 LANCASTER July 29 3 days Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkesville Aug 11 4 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sent 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days 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 from comittee J W Elmore f I Bogey and hat ness very cheap W I roman Cane and illet Send far salt I- H get our let eli Brps GapesRoup unexpected public R H Batson wagon 2t 11 Iarks Iludspn M sa and outbuilding permission tail Witch Offer ONLY 20venr gold tilled case with American movement FULLY GUARANTEED MORROW MBROBEBTS Jewelers and Opticians New Line Pickard China Just Received V 1 9 600 genuine tQ i i x I ill St 9 e d P 6 N N NNN Dont miss the j I am giving on Buggies and Harness I have too many in stock and will cut priers away down M No trouble to shoW goods W J ROMANS Kew car loud of Kokomo Fence i J B Walker Gos I For the Best Bargains In Ladies ReadytoWear Just received the latest NOVELTIES in BELTS See them before all are J B WALKER CO- If RICHMOND KENTUCKY Summer Trips f VIA ORESCENT ROUTE I TO TIE Seaside M I Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale Addrem Dteatfeatioa The Danville Steam laundry Enough Said III Buggies Buggies III E8 G Jts II III III III L ill n tJ Go to I I I I I I I I I lia rE QUEEN Lakes tal trip fill out aLIL C p IOI East St Name 1 Ii ICI I t I rs i Ali goners Vacation are a blank sad KING C A IIi ISxigsKy i 11 7 foot BINDERS 5 foot Mowers 4000 Binder Twine lOcts per pound International Hay Bailers J R Mount Co I have in stock a nice line of Good and Cheap Carpets Mattings Rugs ETC of which have been boufiht at tbe ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON You know it pays to always buy the best so you will not miss it by getting for all kinds of painting For sale by W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE J TJ rH Ji FBrrJaUfE1 r1f J fI fIJ I I 3250 ta LOO aEeE J II I IDa II fD1 ra r X X x xex x I d I m ir J I I 1 t t Medium 1 ETS Anything a Q Yeribest Mxe Paut s 4 L 0X4444404444 4444444 4 44 4 I For anything I in the I Paint Line go to H Frisbies OO DRUGSTORE pppppp001 I 1Come see our Merry Widow Gibson Sailors I Gold Medal Shapes and Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker We have in stock an elegant line of MERRY WIDOW and GIBSON SAilORS sad other Handsome MILLINERY for the Fair tI Mrs AdaKi naird l I t Personal Mention i 5 I Si is t s ttsit t 2tl fEE lllilttlWiffiB ttA1Hi Hit Sst iti I ItIXXIXiX X IXX XXXI x siit1Wt iX X XXixxxrxx I t r ttzTttgtt ttr xtt ttL I Mrs W G Anderson has been visiting friends in Richmond Miss Bessie Yantis of Stanford has been with relatives here Mrs Thomas of Lexington is visiting Mrs Nick Beazley Miss Anna Jackson of New York is the guest of Mrs H V Bastin Mr Helf Ruble of Lebanon visited Louis and wife Saturday Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been visiting relatives in Richmond Miss Frankie Kauflman has return ed from a visit to relatives in Huston ville Mrs Edwin Price Las been visiting her sister Mrs George Ballew of Misses Edith Morrow Norma and Lydia Elmore are attending a house party in Versailles Robert West who has been attend ing school here has returned to his home in Washington D C Mrs W J Kinnaird and children of Mlddlesboro have joined her husband here for a visit to Mrs Patsy Elnnaird Mr R H Tomlinson wife and Mrs Ada Kinnaird attended the funeral of Mrs Bettie Sparks in Nicholasville SundayMesdames John Nichols and Logan Wood of Danville were over to see Mrs J R Mount who is much improv ed in health Geo M Patterson is attending the Republican convention in Chicago During his absence George Harris is holding down the depot Danville Em Smith has returned from Cincinnati where she has been finishing her course in musc Her many friends will be delighted to see her back Lexington Gazette M r s Ellen Owsley of Lancaster spent Friday here the guest of Mrs Milton J Dur ham Mrs Owsley was returning home from a visit to Charlottsville Vir giniaWill Rice Amon a little man of our town not yet nine years of age won first cash prize in the drawing contest in last weeks Evening Post The con test was said to be a difficult one of six straight lines te which twelve curved ones must be added to make a picture He made a fair likeness of Uncle Sam and thereby won first prize The Northampton Mass Daily of June 10th publishes an account of the commencement exercises of Clark School in which appears the names of three graduates from the Normal Department who are from Kentucky They are Misses Mary Burch and Sadie Alcorn of Stanford and Angie C Kinnaird of Lancaster Each received diplomas presented by Alexander Graham Bell inventor of the telephone In his address Mr Bell told how the Clark School idea had suggested to him the principle of the telephone Exterminate Them There are a lot of useless and manv homeless dogs about the city tha should be humanely put out of th way They are a nuisance and a menace to the health and peace of the people If any one has a valuable dog he will see to it that it is notpermitted to run at large and annoy the neighbor hood where the owner resides The city would be doing the proper thing to rid the city of several hundred dogs that are worth nothing except as fertilizer Weed Out the Discontent Harrodsburg Herald If you live in the country 1 suppose you long to live in the city If you live in the city you yearn for the country Isnt that true Why cant you be content where you are What difference does it make whether you scrap with your nextdoor neighbor over his chickens or with the janitor because he has forgotten to empty the garbage can Happiness is the condition of your mind and heart not a location Weed out the discontent and let the flowers of joy bloom for awhile where God intended they should The Crab Orchard Fair Association has put their splendid half mile track in fine condition and offer the use of it free to any parties who wish to get their stock in condition for the Fair Stable rent reasonable tf PAINT LICK There is talk of another wedding in this vicinity soon Miss Annie Perry of Jackson coun ty is visiting Miss Sallie Mavell in this city G A Ballard one of our merchants bas been on the sick list but is im provingThere is a great deal of sickness in the community and the doctors are kept busy Bice our hustling liveryman had a fine mare to die from the effects of a kick by another horse She was valued at 150 Miss Ella Fitzpatrick and MrLouis Gnynn son of Mr and Mrs B P Guynn both of Madison surprised their friends by going to Jeffersonville and being married laic week They will go to Canada where Mr Gunn will accept a position in a bank i i Landram Richmond AdvocateMiss Herald G W iILflhIOITTARi-s i 7 fell is N Miss May Davis has been yisiting relatives in Richmond Mr Robt M West has returned from a business trip to Cbicago Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs R E Henry of Memphis Tenn are visiting relatives here Mrs Csee Huffman of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs M D Hughes Miss Virginia Goodloe is visiting the family of Dr T D Williams of Bards townMiss Alleen Bourne has been visit ing Miss Irene Romans Richmond avenueMiss Emma Wilkerson who bas been visiting here has returned to her home in Mt Sterling Miss Louise Kauffman of St Louis is with her mother Mrs Kauff man for the summer Mr and Mrs W and little daughter Leona were visitors in Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday Mrs Banks Hudson and children have returned from a three weeks visit to her mother Mrs Alexander KennedyLittle Miss Margaret Smith and Master FarrisSmitb of Jellico Tenn are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs George Farris Mrs Sam Johnson and little Miss Florence are guests of her sister Mrs Elkin of Louisville and attending the Worlds Sunday School Convention Mrs J A Amon is in Louisville this week visiting Mrs Leonard Cheatem of Cresent Hill and attending the In ternational Sunday School Convention Danville Annie V and Allie Jennings spent Sunday in Lancaster the guest of relatives Mr Ben Ballard of Lancaster spent Sunday in Danville with relatives Misses Katie Moore Jennie Higgins Eliza Smith Minnie Johnson Knapp West and May Scott are in Frankfort this week attending the Kentucky Educational Association Stanford J R Harris continues quite sick Mr Walter 0 Walker who has made the Lincoln County National Bank an excellent official both as bookkeeper and assis tant cashier for a long time will leave that institution for farming Miss Elizabeth Simpson was with her uncle Mr James M Phillips during his last hours The impromtu dance given by the young men Friday evening at the Armory Hall was delightful and well attended Splendid music was furnish ed by the Lancaster colored band The dance was in honor of the fol lowing visitors Misses Polly Traylor of Stanford Elizabeth Maddox of Eminence Anna Jackson of New York Katie King of Crab Orchard Miss Nuckle of Louisville Lillie Thompson of Crab Orchard Clara and Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard Fish That Cold Cannot Harm Some varieties of fish can stand any amount of oold without harm Perch will live in ponds which are frozen practically solid in every hard winter The whitens of Canada caught through holes In the ice have been picked up frozen so stir that they would break like brittle sticks yet when carefully thawed out showed signs of ute The Crab Orchard Fair Association are getting everything in great shape for their meeting July 15 16 and 17 Their great premium list will be out in a short time tf Tuesday morning between resi of Mis Lackey and Mrs Kauff man five pieces lace medallions to The Central Record office and receive reward Why Not make your summer vacation PROFITABLE as well as PLEASANT The health giving qualities of famous waters at Crab Orchard Springs are known everywhere The three immense bolel buildings are Boating Bathing Fishing Ex cellent table Good band of music For illustrated descrlptve pamphlets address J B Willis Mgr Crab Orchard Ky H C R Gott I AdvocateMisses JournalMrs of Garrard Lot Return It unsurpassed cr L 0 SAKKSBUJJY Mr John Rtyston has returned home alter a several days visit to Mr N H Bogie of Lexington Mr Shade Robinson and wife of Owen ton are the guests this week of Mr and Mrs John Woods Mr Joe Aldridge the first part of the week for New Mexico where he will spend an indefinite time Mrs Richard McGrath and son Richard of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M F Rout Mrs Fannie Pollard was called last week to the bedside of her mother Mrs Talitha Floyd of Mt Salem Mr N H Bogie over last week in the interest of his farm While here was the guest of Mr John Simpson Mr Fleece Herring went to Louis ville Monday where he will spend several days with his cousin Mr Herring Miss Georgia Dunn left Thursday morning for Louisville where she will attend the International Sunday School Convention Mr Robert Fox and Mr Millard Rout were driving in Danville Monday morning and their horse took fright at the road crusher and kicked the occupants out of the buggy Fox had his ankle badly sprained and Mr Rout escaped with a sprained wrist We are thankful It was no Childrens day was observed at Fork church last Sunday afternoon 3 oclock A large crowd was to witness the efforts of the little folk in the presentations and songs ap propriate for the occasion The ones acquitted themselves well and is to the credit of Mrs John W who had charge of the and Miss Anna K Jenkins who had charge of the music that they did so well Anyone who has bad any ex perience knows how difficult it is to children together in the country to practice At the close of the program a collection was taken for missionary work which amounted to 8113 Miss Jennie Swope the accomplished church organist contributed to the delight of the audience by playing a beautiful introductory organ selection entitled Pass me not Wednesday morning 10th inst at 10 oclock at the parsonage of the Fork church Mr John Prewitt of Teatersville and Miss Lucile Marsee were united in the Holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev H M Shouse The attendants were a brother and a sister of the bride respectively Mr White Marsee and Miss Ida May Marsee The groom is one of Madison countys most prosperous farmers and one of the pillars of Freedom Baptist church being the superintendent of the Sunday school and one who has the entire confidence of the communi ty in which he lives His many friends will congratulate him on this step The bride has been an attrac tive school teacher of Garrard and is the daughter of Mr John Mar see near Marksbury She was dressed in beautiful white silk and naturally being of an erect figure made a handsome bride The wedding party drove from the parsonage immediately to the home of the groom where a well prepared dinner awaited them and some invited guests Their many friends wish them much joy and happiness Womans Part In Cemmerce Americans are considered the most highly civilized people on earth be cause the men are more completely enslaved by their womea The women who made bowstrings of their hair were no more potent a in the military achievements ef the Spartan men than are the womea in the commercial achievements of American mea Loalsville CourierJouraaL Suffering Then Re tenet Great Remedy Cured Skin Dleeaee ef Long Standing Mr J Weber of 1065 Vine street San Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skin suffering which ended in robust health when he found a remedy which cured him like magic Here is Mr Webers own story In July 1900 my face began to be affected with a terrible skin disease I went to a doctor and he told me that I had been poisoned and wanted to on me I refused to let him do so and after a few months my face was an awful sight You could see that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that I had cancer Great bolls would appear increasing In size and paining me terribly I begun to to doctor again but no one could help me large pimples and boils would con tinue to come At that time I had aa many as ten on my face I was such a terrible sight that my friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five years until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this time I tried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it had cured several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a second bottle The use of five bottle cured me It has been eight months now and the disease has not returned My friends ask what it was that cured me of the awful skin trouble and 1 answer that it was D D D which heal meWe that every word of the above letter is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis salt rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this remedy B McRoberts Lancaster llts T I I left waS worse county last- Ing Spartan factor Amer- Ican of health operate E Millard lac W recitatio successful Year know We Sell on the positive guarantee it does not gift we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it We mean this and ask all those who an sickand need strength to try itwith this understanding MeSofcerts Drag Store av I inot that if satisfaction T5 Dont forget that we always carry a full stock of Wall Paper Spring Patterns Call on us when in need of Our stock is complete both in Paint and Wall Paper R E McRoterts DRUGGIST Safety Deposit Boxes I I I We have just received another shipment of beautiful I FAINT I J I i f I Protected by an UpToDate Yailt Public Sale As administrator of the estate of J B Carter we will on Saturday June 27th at 2 oclock p m at his late at Cartersville Ky sell the household furniture and other property including a lot of firstclass lumberboards and posts stock buggy machinery and things Terms made known on day of sale Carter Allen Admrs t I I I residence I personal other wi See them at The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED The Farmers Bank Lanctr Ky g J J WALKKK President J S JOHNSOS Pica Preat OROANIZED J The BANK of CAPITAL IIUIa JL P HumoJr Cu1der- w o BIfxas AIItOllhr CoD W Book Dillow Wlicited rnt Gucld BrBa ZZ Walker T M Arnold Jso A Sanders CITIZENS NATIONAh WCABTZZ KY s ms M T m sod AttutiwD- IEEC1OILS J S Johnson THE National Bank Of Lancaster A R BERRY J I STeUIKS Tics Pretf S C BEIHT Caahkr J F Robinson B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saal D Cochran Alex B Robinson Denny CafItaI 50000 10100 Ast Ca A C Storsses S C J L GIlL Preside t Decay John E Bat I I TetTirIiimS The Danville Steam Laundry turns out the best work to be had Phone 48 and try it lM MS H1LD1UN old j Dosis 35 1 TS I IlletOodaodRegula OpmmJ1orp1 ifof lior SiJ4 sII- rAis A fRemedy forConstipa lion Sour Sto oessmdLoss OF SJE- EEkS Signature NEW YORK t brT 0 t EXACT CDOPWltA r tnuwMUnNn4nl1uynGTnnmnnnnruu4mm bJ4 nAgNpNgau i UrdlOq- bb C aratioaforAS- sie I7atill ttl rteStosrls sodBowrels Yfolloles lionCIferfifl- nessandResLContafnsnciU r arenssw ide7t1aJb- iwrerl WaesConvu sionsYc crish O- fGtte TRADE MARK No Better Advice good health if the liver is out of order It is not necessary to till system with drags liERBINB a compound Cures Chills and Fever Dyspepsia Malaria and ill complaints due to a Torped Liver CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED- I have been troubled for the past four years with doctors calledchronic constipation and a friend advised me to use Kcrbine did so and am new entirely cured I would net bo without it for the Take pleasure in recommending it to my friends eonl1 M offered is an for one to enjoy our wh t world It I Pleasing and Effective A Postive Cure r PRICE 50C I Ballard Snow Liniment Co LiSOOS02 North Second ST LOUIS MO r St- i M r mended by R E McROBERTS F P ort+ FOl OUCH PACE Tiler JLE2UIIED KcRoberts Drug Store fiLL1NMATANN LINiTNIUNLE- SGUAaAwT D aaTi5PACros- OR 1rOUY CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years THE CEIIITaUR COMPIUIY MEW OR CITT You CASIORIA 1U FRETFULVOJR HEAD ACHES l YOUR LIVER ft USE ft YOU ARE AM CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discof WITH KILLm coucH Cream Vermifuge TRITES THE GUARANTEES WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CCWAME OP IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment LOUIe MO McRoberts Drug Store Y cS- T E L Wo s Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Keraper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment CAPITA 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 M COY B L ARNOLD RGODTM J 8 WOODS WOODS I I BURROWS- J B B L w DI WP089 C FISH I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance II NOTICEThe Fox Studio will ae open every Saturday Take Advantage of the Pretty Weather and get some nice work done Kodak work will be given just as much attention as work The FOX STUDIO e our regular r STONE Miss Beatrice Sanders is very sick at this writing Mr Jess Lemay sold one pony to Mr Mr Henry Teater had a good work mule to get his leg broken last week Mrs George McQuerry of Jessamine was the guest uf Mrs C M Moberly last SaturdayMr Mrs L M Crutchfield attend ed preaching at Buckeye and visited Mr George Ray and wife Mrs Mary A Sanders spent last Mon day and Tuesday with her sister Mrs John Roberts uf Jessamine Miss Alice Snyder spent last Sunday and Monday with her mother Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick Mrs Ida Preston and children were the guests of her sister Miss Flora Wiley Saturday and Sunday Miss Lillian Mitchell of Nicholas ville in the charming guest of her sis ter Mrs N T Grow of Judson Misses Linnie Preston Pearl and Beatrice Sanders spent last Friday with Mrs Emma Lane of Judson Mrs Mary B Preston and daughter Linnie spent last Wednesday with Mrs Malinda Preston of Jessamine Mr and Mrs Len Evans visited their daughter Mrs Mary Montgomery at lock No 8 last Sunday and Monday Miss Lyda Raney who has been spending several days with her aunt Mrs Irene Preston returned home Sun day BKYANTSVILLE Mrs W J Hogan is In Stanford with relativesMr Burnside is at home Richmond Mr and Mrs J H Dunn were In Lex ington last week Miss Bessie Patton has been quite sick for a few days Mrs Harvey Deane has been visiting relatives In Jessamine Mr and Mrs J C Williams spent Sun day with relatives at Burgin Miss Lena Rigney of Lancaster visited relatives here last week Dr Bascom C Rose has been spend ing several days at Winchester Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington is visiting his brother Dr W M Elliott Mrs Sam Wilson of Texas has been visiting her mother Mrs Betsy BurnsideMiss Deane of Nicholasville has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Charley Deane Mr Letcher Christopher of came last week to visit his aunt Mrs Will Dickerson Miss Mae Jenkins of Georgetown came Monday to spend several weeks with Misses Anna Kay and Margaret JenkinsMisses Josephine Moss and Bessie Swope are at home after a short stay with their aunt Mrs John Peters at MackvilleMrs Burnside came home Monday from a short visit to her daughter Mrs Charley Collier at Fork Ridge Tenn Misses Joe Helen and Wadelee Maret entertained a few of their friends very pleasantly at cards Tuesday evening The lawn was brilliantly lighted with Japanese lanterns and the tables were placed there Delightful refreshments were served and every one spent a very delightful evening Impromptu Speeches Why be ashamed of getting your speeches made for you by another Your clothes are made by another why not your speeches Both after all are necessary to a successful career Impromptu speech es for any occasion as these require more time in their preparation it SB necessary to make a charge of seven guineas per thousand which is how ever inclusive of humor and Our series of Impromptu Speeches for One Hundred and One Occasions can be had for 500 or on the Times system of payment for 50 down and 13 monthly of 50 each London Punch Social Duties Mamma Roxtoburn Ethel will be five years old in a week Papa Roxtoburn True Of course she will have to have her own footman now as well as her three maids Of course And Ive been wondering Well If she oughtnt to have her own social secretary likewise what with all the affairs she will be invited to Illustrated Sunday Magazine No Occasion For It My dear said the old man to his daughter on the morning of her wed ding day I dont see how I am going to get along without you Now dont let that worry you papa replied the fair maid as she her bridal veil George con fessed to me last night that he hadnt enough money even to buy a second hand stove so instead of losing me it looks as if we were going to stay right with you 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 know 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 atNarcootteeFla 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 Friable jnj Alvin Peel for 00 parliamentary payments t adjusted experience 965 Somerset quotations A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word fur Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Cuulan 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 R E McRoberts drug store 50c 1m Reward for Kind Act Seven thousand dollars left to him by a man whom he had lost all track of for nearly 40 years has come to Rev Richard B Dilworth of Oxford Pa as a result of kind acts done long ago At that time Mr Dilworth was a missionary to the Indians and the tes tator was a struggling ranchman He was desirous of an education and Mr Dilworth helped him with his studies The two men drifted apart and Mr Dilworth heard nothing of him until he was notified that he had been left a beneficiary in his willThe testator did not know his where and the bequest was made to R B Dilworth so detectives have been searching for him for months Th Beat Pill Evr Sold After 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 The Epitaph DMcnrcd She remained at home and 8p wool is the inscription over the graVa of a Roman woman and many another woman is bravely dolag the task per forming her duty with the same faith falneas that characterises the soldier destined to either lead or follow For tunately the poor spinners are ao con stituted that they would do naught else by choice 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 Stallings 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 Brumitt Hampton Tenn 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by F P Frisbie im Uncle Jerry Dont be too hard on the man who Is always telling you his troubles said Uncle Jerry Peebles Perhaps its the only comfort in life the poor has If one feels dull and spiritless in the spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever But there is no 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 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 ay 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 Mc Roberts II II whatever about simply several nightshad Butler ankleEM fellow feverusually changeall R E 4 Read this letter Iron i grateful pares ZASBSVOU O Mb W The DJUK Company Chicago HI Gentlemen 1can trathfoBy preparation i I Eczema- I Our u troubled with Eczema yean andwe fire yean having at and also I when at lest w were to D D D at the Adams sad try It 1 am very U sound and and ao of Eczema left People of coffering little abort of Yours truly CBMOOBE patWeB Fargo Coaad JAIl 1 that DDD a or bo I for advertised remedies I boy well bas this quick lDUYeao 01 Paotee ear Is for doctored with doctor drugstore man- Tarioee persuaded a Pharmacy glad to after ucg tree bottles of D D D at a bottle our fe alga gar unto seems zprer Thinks It Saved his Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a remedy for throat and lunar complaints and would no more be 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 drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free lui GREAT MISSION Success of Lectures of Dr Chare Cuthbert Hall in India The lectures of President Charles Cuthbert Hall in India have been warmly praised in the native press The Patriot the oldest Hindu organ in India says in its discussion of the lecture course The divinity of Christ has nowhere been questioned The main reason why Dr Hall has been able to draw the Hindu heart is that he has not interlarded his speeches with ignorant abuse of other religions Dr Halls lectures instead of Christianity in the eyes of the Orientals will rather tend to increase their regard for it A principal that comes from such a visit as that of Dr Hall to India is in a thor ough interpretation of the likenesses of Christianity to the heathen faiths as well as the dissimilarities and the contrasts The missionary who touch es these occult civilizations is usually determined beforehand that the faith of the church is a compendium of all truth and there is little effort on his part to appreciate the ideals of the Brahman and the Confucian The leaders of thought in In dia and China and to a lesser extent In Japan have stood apart from Christianity because it was so unheed ful and unappreciative of their ances tral beliefs A man of Christian who can interpret to the best in telligence of the East the truth of Christ with a full sense of the merits in the nonChristian theologies has a great mission and his work may be of priceless consequence No Need of Suffering from Rheuma turn It is a mistake to allow rheumatism to become chronic as the pain can al ways be relieved and in most cases a 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 be used on account of the relief which it affords 25 and 50 cents sizes for sale F P Frisbie 1m Welcome lighting caa aO you want Hours ten to four day Bring your own ambulance Personal Column of the Loadoa Ss press Buckles Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 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 B E Mc Roberts drug store 1m Making Light of Rules T chafe against the regulations murmured the college girl as she surreptitious Welsh rarebit at 2 a Lampoon To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr Shoops Pain Tablets Pain means is all Dr ShOups Heabache or Pink Pain quickly coax blood pressure away from pain centers Af ter that pain is gone Headache Neuralgia painful perids with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by B E McRoberts I reliable A lower- Ing benefit philosophies Chamberlains Awaiting JoeYou have e Cochran mHarvard congestionblood pressurethat Tabletswill without 400 culture prepared v1f Doctored for File Years Here a Joy whom D D D Prescription cured quickly oj a totalcost of 3 oo afterall other remedies and many doctors failed is Eczemaandat Eczema Sufferers Will this convince you Or will this at least influence you so that you will investi gate further Investigation is all we ask Investigatioa will prove to you that this pleasant external D D Prescription is based on the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by killing and dislodging the Eczema germ liquidD AccErrmo TOB AGENCY IN OUR R E McRoberts TIle is IIi I al REMEMaER WE OURSELVES CARBPULLY IN- VESTIOATID This REMEDY REPORB 1C8ewIIw DDD we Meet 1teeel- hdtsde ye 110MRTOWN wtwlU are say Mr r skiM inurewwtbritMgwcEtrass arrsr- kcr psatsels w dbrtlb dinsMyededbd t ruemrttlar- seeeerr 5 wa pnwlNM a 1 r Bet we realise mow BMIV times the per aIda safferer has paid good mossy for so called stood resMOto for useless ksmfsl soaps de sot waat yom to spend seat sstil you asTlseeJ ssies the eIIlmaeats sad We a soesry salves are FREE repsIoVs pie to of a LAROe SAMPLE corns otter escteat We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the best physi clans have overcome their former prejudice v and now advise their patients to simply get DDD from the store at 100 a bottle Yoa will agree with as P that credit is due these physicians for the larger fees they could soaks by jj writing out their owa thss sac pnlCripliou drug- S se MTTLE SIE FREE Nell lid give iMUsftttou of Mcom Doat spend a cent store sitU yevhtm irlsi the tree Maple sad have are relieved sad will be cure like whsssshtadrtlm CBrtShUadsa ft gske IMHSIMH TTBT MIl tst eRb I stoat all lie ethers n Ie lie BDD CIa will takeaway the rein wtyes 5 street fife ie lleMi N tjsat at tosa- Yt it 4 4 T= Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This Clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 50 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Gill Simpson Raphaels Simple Diet Raphael considered that a meat diet was not good for a painter and lived principally on dried fruits such as figs and raisins with bread 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 by B E McRoberts oar Kdnteg camp tie regale oa a beach outaMa the mesa house and talk It Over Oae of ta old Methuselah has a very proaUnsat nose and Is the object of hutch respectful amusement Last sight one of the men remarked that there was a fly oa the end of tits aose Old Methuselah answered Brush it oa yourself you are nearer to It tham L Harpers CASTOR I Atrot lafcaU a4 Cailarta- Tfc KW Y fcTi Ahr1 fc Bears the tfSfj u Signature of 4e GoHniasioaera Sale f LajsJ 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 1908 in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY JUNE 22nd 1908 between the hours of 10 A x and 2 P M 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 Kr and bounded as follows Beginning at a corner in the Swope and Mrs line 40 feet from the center of the Lancaster and Buckeye roads thence from said point running east 70 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 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 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 Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 perinterest per annum from date of sale until having the 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 4th 1908 R H Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff J M Master Commissioner Garrard Court LOCAL POISON FACTORIES You Will be Surprised to Lava How Many There Are Did ever and dull after eating a hearty When retained too fc the stomach because of stomach wealthe works overtime and nervous The general use of Mioaa stomach tablets the reach of everyone 1 a weakness cures the worst case of indigestion and the pain and distress felt will soon disappear such is the wonderful curative power little tablet acts upon entirely different principles from remedies been used ra stomach trouble It takea before and has a specific action the to work and digest easily and the food eaten Our leading druggists have seen so give a guarantee that costs nothing unless it tore Sold and guaranteed by- RE McBoberU Cough Caution i T n r i Que No narks tm ISslalas he sUssy Dr Shoops Cough CureH I I I rains I expertwho therefore strictest ala M vs Gulley force Circuit feelstupid ithoughtdespondency a reliable positive cure for tea is meals digestive many cures made that with every 5CHeBt Neaeeeit aee1d Ial Does NBF waist oaaa- JonIonIorliaUu ju 7 Dr 1MII IIIIII Dr Dr y 1 E i NeanR toga 3faste ROTH WELL is is is nat Iy is they el ae r lesdsM shrs elseotbe sad bee wt tbes bt y a- Mupefiog gebos ItsMrsasbow tki eo- s eeesbeet you li t settepfloa e a tasAadaowaMNl- otetboeahOoi es s 7eta pYaiaire b Qlash ot should tsettte bYitBr t eeah- ciiuh poises et 5 Wit ee s eaatly woiesld will row w- di ere m rb there Yea sn- ie fiBditcalls i T eser r The Market LocisYiii KY June 17 I PM CATTLE Choice to choice export steers fft 00 rt 40 Medium to good shipping ewers 909 w Choice butcher steers 5 25 5 M Medium to good butchers 1 75 5 25 Common to medium butchers 4 25 4 7 Good to choice i 50 5 00 Common to medium feeders 2 50 4 Good toextra stock stsers 1 06 t 5t Common to medium tock steers 2 00 a 50 Good to choice stock heifers S j S 75 Common to medium stuck heifers i90 3 1T Xttdium to good butts it 5 it 75 Choice veal calves 331 Common to medium calves 3 H0 Choice packing and butcher 308- toSQOlbs 575 Medium packers 160 to2UQ lbs 5 7S Choice light ship lift to 160 Ib 5 50 Choice figs 98 to 128 Ibs 00 Good pigs 30 to 90 Ibs 4i35 SHEEP AND LIMBS Good to extra afelBpteg sheep i 259 4 Fair togood i00 4 0 Common to medium 2 00 3 00 Backs ISO 00- Bxtrasalpplaff Isjaoa 573 Beet butcher laaba 500 Common all adlambs S50 4 50 fesfa the cough httthsabi sad as the lungs arMsala There Is ef er ether tasf settles eei the lungs aai stay assss late yaniMosis enter tight i If haw a cough or celd ie tai Tar wM cars you quickly aa4 atxeaathea your hue bar the Fwieysj aA lefese aay asbetkate esTered Deaettahechaacs with ssssa ma costs yen the which physlciaa f s SMsie sad which BTsaesscea1 Thaeoajh Folcys Homey sad Tar which sjfte sss se sick relief that I hsaght the regular sise Twe er thtea sieef whet the fhyekiaaa trsMsjftisa ssi Thim with y threat er t Three slsss 2Sc Jr flHL The 5t cent stse contains twe aaaw si h ilf as siiirhsithe ssnlT sad the Jlit MUle sleieat six ti C J E Stormes FROM THE PINE WOODS Hyomeis Aromatic Air is Guar anteed to Cure Catarrk or When using the treatment the air breathe w like that on the mountains high above sea level where the pine woods fill the air with aromatic gives health and strength to those suffering from diseases of the respiratory organs Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with even the healing balsams of reach the most remote air cells of the throat nose and lungs destroying ill catarrhal germs and quid relief and cure Hyomei has performed almost miracu Ious cures of catarrh often restoring health n chronic cases that had up all hope of recovery Its best action is at the start whea the breath is becoming offensive and when discharges from the nose droppings m the throat and frequent spasmodic cough ing begin to make life a buries At the first symptom of eatarrhal trouble use Hvomet and see how quickly you get relief and cure The complete outfit costs but 1100 and is sold under guarantee to refund the money if it does not satisfaction guaranteed by 4- REMcRoberts tine City Cowed of the City of Lancaster 2 of Article 10 of tile City off TnanMUr Ky which went into effect AHKWK 8th 1902 to here repented Md telieu thereof te adeftedrAU licenses granted tha ordinances of the City off Lancaster be dae whet they iawe shall ether wise provided MIl sisal ex are la one year frees the date tierissue except where a preTfoas like Hcea they shall expire to one year tree the e TLMaav Mayer Ht8 ipwhlicatio Glerlr 0 uu 0 g U u 00 HOGS 0 to 40Q lbu 1 S 00 uu FOLEYS HOlEY lId TAl CURES 1IIIIIc PREVENTS PI tA8 sJsalts free a IL ceaMtJloe IukW silt I ia I 1ln Grow About ktalip I ahey Mil rose that I tqale tarred MIl boa that t tines itch J Cost lIod given SBeezin give Ordinance- Be It ordained That Sedloa 0rdI1IAIICM or tile folio Ky shall tae for one shall grate TI 5 d feeders d Roughs150 M adr rlsllIwsygt dTir fY sad adas et Can serf TrYIera iaa thMl yet Paaaoala wkas Filsrs tea limit Iw Tgt pnpnntis sass roles yen can F Isps a d Tar that d aY adetMai hM N1sa it zessks CWaawpiaia i IsiN snrsdAMr taY 1i Islt H less Pat rI1 t buee Md writs sect had seseir ahsrwat oawltltd a- tkisd was fnduad M Bear celis Ina Y sa ft- C heating Hyouiei by j aner sad vest noises anyone upisatioa et the preiea Ikease orals cs shsiItake fro anti Attest H I AtlNptad Jane L 7 a