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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, June 26, 1908. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1908 cen1908062601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, June 26, 1908. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 20 1 08 i YEAR 4 I t arsitus is- xirsrwrrw THE The smart style of everyTLORSHEIM SHOE is much more HYLO U than mere superficial surface looksIt is in the way theyre made The long wearing of the FLORSHEIM SHOE include lasting elegance Most Styles are 500 H T LOGAN Clothing Bats and Furnishing Goods qualities 0 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 ss1oo 550 600 HERRING n U L 7 7 i I SMITH- s M s- y rs rte- 3 The bowling alleys are doing a lane business The corn crop is rather backward but said to be very good Brought on water melons have I been put on the local market A big crowd went to Cincinnati Sun day Another excursion Sunday week The hay crop Is said to be the finest in years both in quality and quantity Farmers have the wheat harvest well hand The yield Is about up t the average Eld R H Crossfield of Owensboro has been called to the presidency o Transylvania University Chief Herron is enforcing the law in regard to throwing papers ashes and other trash on the streets Good for him Mondays weather was as hot as the final resting place of delinquent Several other days have played a close second this week The picture show over the Blue Front is the best in this section of the state Go see the entertaining moving pictures It costs out a fickle Gov Wilson has refused to interfere in case of the negro Robert Hocker and he will be hanged at Lexington Hocker murdered a farmer named Newton Veal in Fayette and was in hiding in this county for some time Business in all branches has been quite dull for some days The farmers have all been busy and when Mr Far mer and especially Mrs Farmer re mains out of town theres nothing doing for the merchants pj anyone else for that matter Some people persist in leaving old plug horses standing on the streets with no hitching whatever When one of these old switch tails runs oil and cripples a person it looks like a suit for criminal negligence might be brought against the owner of the old plug Hitch em Convention at New Antioch Tne people that furnish dinner at New Antioch Saturday 27 are most earnestly requested to limit it to a lunch not to bring cakes ices etc but a plain lunch No Will Produced It was thought that the late Bynum Carter had perhaps left a will but none was produced in the county court Monday and the administrators Mes srs Carter Allen will proceed with the settlement of the estate in the usual manner Land Sale Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents sold for F S Hughes and J L Gill their farm 6 miles from town of 110 acres at 6500 per acre Posses sion at once and consideration to cash The sale was made to G B Sutton of Rockcastle county Should Be Booted Out The man who will not venture a dollar in any project looking to the good of the community unless he can see two dollars coming back is not worth much to the town that he claims as his home There are other things besides money that should be considered Brass Band Organized Members of the old Lancaster Con cert Band together with several new men have organized another band and will soon proceed to give the people some good music Several new instru ments have been ordered and Lancas ter will soon have another band of which she may reel proud Making Big Improvement The Bastin Telephone Co has had a force of men removin the unused and unsightly poles from the streets re placing them with larger and better ones All poles are to be painted snow white and this will indeed be more pleasing to the eye and speaks well of the enterprise and progressiveness of the company Beautify The Yards It is pleasing to note the care being given to a number of front yards This requires work it is true but think of the great difference in appear ance and what it speaks for the Mrs J I Hamilton on Lexington street has the prettiest yard in Kentucky Take a look at it and then try your hand on the weeds and long grass in your own yard 1office In subscribers Central equivalent owner J ExPresident Grover Cleveland died Princeton Wednesday morning i ifter an illness of more than a year Circuit court convened this Thurs day morning after a rest of several days There are a number of jury cases yet none of special interest Blue Grass Seed Pooled Bourbon a meeting of a number of Bourbon county farmers a few days ago about 150000 bushels of bluegrass seed was pooled The gath the crop in this county has been completed The price for which some of the crop has been purchased here ranges from 35 to 45 cents It is said to be the largest crop raised for years Catalogues About Ready In a few days The Record office will deliver to the Lancaster Fair Assocla tion fivethousand of the most com plete catalogues ever issued in Central Kentucky In addition to the great premium list there is much valuable information concerning the big show and lots of advertising matter Drop a postal to Mr R L Elkin secretary and get a copy of the handsome book County Court Monday was a splendid day for work on the farm consequently there was not a orporals guard in town The farmers are not only behind with oth er work but harvest was in full blast and they had not a moment to spare Capt Am Bourne the veteran auc tioneer sold a few plug horses at from 30 to 150 some sows and pigs 16 to 20 A few cows brought fair prices Business with the merchants was bum The Only Special Trains Lancaster will have the distinction of having the only special trains to be run to fairs this year The L N and other roads have good service for fairs at other towns but in order to accommodate those desiring to come to the Lancaster Fair special trains will be run from Richmond and also from Stanford each day The time will be given later This splendid ser vice is due to the efforts of the inde fatiguable president and secretary Messrs Jno M Farra and Robt L Elkin Only Annoys Mean Men The other day we heard an old scrape grace who should and eventually will be singed by brimstone complaining of noise made by children playing in his neighborhood One of the rights of the child is that of playing The child who is deprived of plenty of healthful play is being cheated out of much that will tend to develop a strong body and rugged intellect I Play is just as important to the child as anything that belongs to childhood Those persons who cannot withstand the noise incident to children should move to the desert wastes and dwell in the solitude that nature has pro vided for the grauchy The sweetest music is that of laughing children en gaged in innocent play Big Times at Dripping Master Masons from all this section of the state assembled at Dripping Springs yesterday and enjoyed one of the best reunions ever held by the craft There were many good brief speeches and a good time generally Mine Hest Rothwell fairly outdid himself on serving the dinner and the way those brethren went tothe table and wrought and give evidence as to their skill and proficiency at eating proved to the satisfaction of the Craft that they were worthy and to hold up their end of the log in any eating contest Mr Rothwell served a magnificent meal and in the greatest abundance The day was enjoyable in every way and will be long remembered TheSprings property has been put in splendid con dition and there is no better place for rest recreation and general up of ones system The Masons are under obligations to the Springs management for many courtesies and attentionsBase Good game Lancaster versus Stanford Play called at 330 oclock tomorrow Friday afternoon Admission 15c and 25c To Town Tax Payers j The books for the 1908 have been placed in my hands and yam ready to the same tf L E For SIs 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 lit NewsAt erlng of well qualified tax building errors BearinMind That we are the LEADERS on I FRESH PURE BEST GROCERIES Telephone No 20 when YOU want quick polite service I L Davidson l TOO MANY and we are going to Sell Them Regardless of Price of new ones just received Come Quick HASELDEN BROS J fi U fi U I fi U fi I I ij I I fI U I fri J JFrIJr I Buggies BBIC STOCK B A BEiAzIjBY UNDERTAKER Arterial ud EllrlaIIIiIr omce on Danvllle Street Cavity FULL LINE OP CASKETS AND BUIIAL OBIS ALWAYS II STOCK Joseph Mercantile Co GREATEST Ladies SKIRTS Beautiful line of all kinds of goods for the Lingerie DressesLinens for the styl ish coat suits gloves parasols fans slippers and hosiery THE Joseph Mercantile Co I INCORPORATED DANVILLE LAUNDRY Does the very BEST Work i taRaRIRiU1iIa 4 1Jfl- UI I I I II I II June Sale II 1- I I I I I Iv I III III I 1I- II IIII III i 1IIi The I Ready w COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bal 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 ODB AIM Is to give you the We are large extensive dealers in Lumber of all kinds for building material Our mills turn out the finest in the state and we are prepared to make estimates size of job from the largest to the smallest Now is the time for you to lay in your winter supply of COAL We will be able to make you Lower Prices on at this time than we can later on See us or call 104 before buying AUSTIN HURT 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 articles bought of us FREE Our Motto Promptness Accuracy Reliability Hedrielc FVtefoie 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 i pine regular price 350 now 300 Flooring No 2 pine regular price 250 now 200 i inch pine regular price 250 now 200 2 j inch pine regular price 225 now 175 Fresh 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 Good from 100 up Poplar Weather Boarding 150 up r Everything Cheap Come and See Lancaster Planing Mills A P S D C SANDERS Props BEAZLEY HASELDEN Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1852 Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 r H r WNILA n mlAI u U I I I I IBANKS I- f11X gX I i E iii X onevery r XeX X X IIIIIIITIIIlllltlllllllr r I I I I I II I I111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1 II IJ IJI 11111111 CJMtSE CeilingNo car doors I i I l t t t t I I i Mill- Work Coal INeeewieeee iI Ceiling No 4 2 ti r I M Ue1 7nY DENTIST More IIIDiesaiZeraioas lewelr Ben D Herndon KRNION MBHOir Attorneys At taw LucMter Kentucky Oflcejorwr Storaei drag store WUerndon CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Leonard M Miller Solicitor Entered at the Past Office in Lancaster y as SecandClasf Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association s Lancaster Ky June 26 1908 The products of the farms of the country footed up seven billion dollars a sum so vast that the human mind cannot grasp it This year promises to yield equally as large and predic tions are being offered that next year will be still better With such pros perity on the farm nothing short of most flagrant mismanagement of the business affairs of the country could produce a panic such as struck the country last fall There has been blundering somewhere andthe people are trying to find out where lies the blame When they find the cause they will visit quick punishment on the guilty Growing old and round shouldered carrying dollars is not very pleasant to contemplate And yet there are per sons who are so anxious to accumulate vast riches that they grow old before their time Wealth that is gained at the sacrifice of health and stalwart manhood is bought at a mighty high price And all for what Nothing for at the end of the journey not one penny can be carried away and best that most people say of the de parted will be the discussing of the amount of his holdings and how saved and shut out most of the sweet things of life for the pottage of money Rags come high out In St Louis A man in that burg was fined the other day for throwing his wifes powder rag out the window By the way St Louis is making a great effort to start a national boom for and this may be one way of helping along the campaign With rags at one hundred dollars per throw there should be no great difficulty in starting something to make business boom They have queer girls up in Ohio Recently a bunch of them rescued a man from drowning and afterwards would not speak of him because they had not been introduced Good thing that they did not get prudish before the rescue act was pulled off Some men are created great achieve greatness by constant effort while others have greatness thrust on them Then there is another who get nominated to office This does not imply that they are great The model wife is not over popular in the neighborhood where she is unfortunate as to reside All Husbands of other women are pointing to the model as example that should be followed Some mere man hints that th trouble with the hats of the wome this year is the fact that they hay not been trimmed enough No doubt this fellow would like to see the of the women out of sight When the meat bill grows too just quit eating meat There will no marked inconvenience from this and the cost of living will be reduced Health and the will both be served A man over in Pennsylvania just found 135 that he lost twenty four years ago Perhaps if he had his Bible oftener he might have been haying interest on that amount these years Those who marry at a very tender age have more time in which than do the old boys and girls wh manage to escape until they reach ai age when they should know better President Roosevelt is going hunt ing for big game in Africa next April No doubt he feels that he has bagged all the big game in this country you have a grievence to nurse a trained nurse at 25 per and you will soon get over it I The thing that goes without saying Isnt a woman Carter On May 25 at 1230 oclock the death angel visited the home of Mrs J B Carter and took her darling He was born July 22 1838 and was married to Miss Paulina Allen August 2 1866 He was a member of the Methodist church at Cartersvllle The funeral was conducted by R Jordon assisted by Rev F D Pal meter and F P Bryant He was to rest in the family grave yard on the large hill overlooking his old home He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and a large number of relatives and friends Mr Carter was one of the best known and loved men in his county Everybody young and old called him Uncle Binom His home was one where so many preachers found a place for himself and frithful old horse to rest and get something to eat While he is gone and we all miss him yet we hope to meet him again on other side where all will be well He often took me on his knee and sang Did Christ Ore Sinners Weep On earth he sang all songs they sung of old There hell sing and praise and play on harps of puriest gold A little friend Paulina Carter Boop e 1 100 the constantly headgear big be act materially pocketbook has read all to 5hire husband th often S o n th Ii other s rape Re- F lai y BOUItNE C A Robinson is receiving lambs here this week at 550 per cwt Noah Marsee Jr bought a yearling colt of S N Morford price 8500 S N Morford sold a horse to Charlie Grimes of Lancaster for 150 00 J W Ledger sold a fat cow to S D Turner of Lancaster at 4e per lb J II Turner of Marksbury bought a calf of James Durham price 7 50 Mr George Lyons of Valley View made a business trip here last week Mrs G R Carpenter who has been quite sick the past week Is reported betterMr Mrs Harvey Lee of Hyatts ville spent Friday with Mr and Mrs Mrs Nancy Marsee is spending sever al weeks with relatives at Lancaster and Marksbury Mr J T Upton and little daughter Altie were guests of his Job Marsee Sunday Mr Scott Huffman and family of Marksbury spent the day Sunday with Mr and Mrs Luther Ray Morford and little daugh ter of Danville were visiting at Mr Sam Morfords Sunday and Monday Mr D B Carpenter wife and baby of Wilmore are with his parents Mr and Mrs G R Carpenter for several weeks Mr John F Marsee of Marksbury was visiting his cousin Mr Thos Tur ner and family Thursday and Friday Mr Jas Dnrham wife and son Cecil spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Hunter Ray near Bryants villa For Sale- e 1 twoseat carriage rubber tire good as new 1 phaeton rubber tire Both had very little use Apply Mrs W H Kinnaird tf Ice Ice Ice We have the best ice that comes to Lancaster Office in big tent oppo site Wards grocery 2t H B Northcott A Card of Thanks were so kind and thoughtful during the sick ness and death of our dear father and loved one Mrs John A Sanders and family For Sale Extra good jersey milk cow and heifer calf for sale Eobt T Embry 2t At National Bank If you desire any magazine publish ed I can save you money on same Mis Dollie Brown Attention It is with pleausre that I recom mend the Home Insurance Co York to my neighbors and friends I lost my dwelling and contents by fire holding a policy of 2500 in the above company My loss was prompt ly and liberally adjusted So I recom mend the Home Insurance Co of New York and Jesse D Wearen the Insurence man of Stanford Ky for prompt and liberal settlements losses Mrs Taria Carter Dated June 22 1908 Wm Carter Parksvilla Ky 6264t e John A Sanders Again it becomes our sad duty to chronicle the death of another our board of directors John A Sanders who died at his home in this county June 16th 1908 At a meet ing of the remaining directors of The Citizens National Bank held for the purpose showing our respect to our departed friend and associate the following resolutions were adopted Resolved that in his death this in stitution has sustained a loss which we feel unable to compensate His association was helpful and his vice good and we are grieved by sudden taking away Resolved that we extend to his be reaved wife and children our sincere condolence in this time of heart ach and bereavement We can only say imitate himas hein his lifefollow ed his Savior Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this bank a copy sent to the family and publish ed in The Central Rocord J J Walker B F Hudson Committee The L N railroad will sell tickets to Crab Orchard July 15 16 and 17 on account of the fair from Louisville Middlesboro Saxton Winchester and all intermediate points at one tare plus 25c round trip good returning the 18th Stock shipped over this road to Crab Orchard Fair will be returned free 2t Examinations The examinations for white teachers will be held the 19th and 20th of June and the examination for colored teach ors on tha 26th and 27th Under the new law Garrard county is entitled to appointee to the State University upon competitive examination Said examination will be held on first Fri day in July Applicants for this ap pointment will please bear in mind that a legalappointment can not be made except upon this examination County Superintendent Isell 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 Cane and Millet Seed for tf Banta JoeTurner Mr Thos toe ours News member of o f lone Bo neon 3t sister Mrs o a h ting udroa Business Items No 1 cow for sale II C Hamilton Headquarters for Harness den Bros 4 Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t s V 1 Romans Now is the time to get bee hives 2m Cane and Millet Seed for sale tf Have your guttering and by Miiselden Bros Stf Harness are going cheap a large stock to select mini W J Romans All kinds of Sewing Machine repair at Tompsons have too many buggies You can get a great bargain W J Romans Look at my lina of Ladles and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac tlon guaranteed imp For an uptodate see Haselden Bros 43tf For Hames collars trace chains and pads see Haselden Bros 43tf Cattle to Graze 100 acres fine 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 1m Notice Chicken Raisers R 41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker Limberneck Price 50cts No cure no pay Guaranteed by R E McRoberts tf Wanted 10000 pounds of wool at Highest market price Sacks furnish ed H B Northcott New Huntington upright piano for sale cheap 2t Virgil Wilds Buena Vista Ky Wanted I will pay highest price for all the Wool you will bring me Call and get sacks T S Elkin Lancaster tf See Beazley Haselden forlnsurance 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 wind storm 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 tray 4 1908 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 in them and not cancel your insurance Old Kinniard AgencyBeazley Haselden National Bank Phone 31 Had Lost Hope L G Botkin Paris Ky says I had no hopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not eat 1 drenched them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and did not lose a hcg Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster Ky 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 out building and all contents it burnd will be paid for if insured with Gaines the Insurance man office corner pub lie square and Lexington street For Sale stock scales 20 acresgood grass land all in good repair on the pike i mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Dunn Bourne Ky 1246mTo 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 I can supply Come and look over my stock on hand Roger Alridge Aug 10 Telephone 38 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 B Mount Co Lancaster Ky 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 benefit of the school have been posted and no one will be allow ed on premises without written per mission from comittee R H Batson nt Lane ttr Plat udsoruI pump I outfit unexpected tobacco- f houses for i ing Mill Banks repaired bathroom 7 R Ron Clothing and Shoes In order to dispose of our GREY CLOTHING TAN and BLACK LOW CUTS quickly we will offer them now at a great reduction We will sell suits worth 1000 1200 and 1500 for 550 650 and 750 SHOES worth 350 400 and 500 for 300 350 Come early before your size is taken Lancaster Kentucky An Ural Watch Offer ONLY 6OO gold filled case with American movement FULLY GUARANTEED Jewelers and Opticians New Line Pickard China Just Recerred The Best Machines on the Market ITkl 8 B EERING V ti q t t t t 450 i S BROWN i i genuine e i i I11III 1 il 111 III 111 0III h e e ll o 8- p N NN- I 20 ear e e IMMORROW MCRQBERTS- B LII It is Quality ThatWins III Binders Mowers Rakes i It I IJI ROMANS Goto 1 J B Walker Gos For Best Bargains In Ladies Just received the latest NOVELTIES in BELTS See them before all are gone I J B WflLKER GO i RICHMOND KENTUCKY III S II l 1 I I I I theII I I I 1 1 Read y toWear 1 I I II ci I III 1 1 I W r Li y IP M w l0nUQnUnllInyMi Mg 7 foot BINDER 5 foot Mowers 4OOO Binder Twine lOcts per pound International Hay Balers J R Mount Co I have in stock a nice line of Good Me dium and Cheap Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs DRUGGETS ETC all of which have been boufiht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock will be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited J C ROBINSON You know it pays to always buy the best so you will not miss it by getting for all kinds of painting For sale by W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky Dealer In Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE l y lfHnf rill j13JBrrtfrm E S lit 12250 m i Ei1 I LOOE aEEE I I I I I I I I IX rS r Sx X Xl X TY HVeribe t Mixed Paint I I I riJlfli l ISY i wr- I riif i t I ji D 1ilw- r t r i v l t Pr i f 1r i 0t I Qo- f i I eLr iee-i I F AtiA I For anything i1 Utej Paint Line go to I I x Frisbies DRUG STORE X Dont miss our great sale of SUMMER MILLINERY We are selling cat Cost Comeand see the greatest sale story 4 Mrs Alexand er We in elegant line of MERRY WIDOW and GIBSON SAIlORS other Handsome MILLINERY for pair I i t j Less than f r in the of our business Walker r have stock an i 1 and the Mrs Adar K1hnaird- l t k r Irt F y I ii L Personal MentionW t tt tt I I A t1t tr r tn 1t Elt 4 Cal W S Ferguson of Covington visiting her Miss Chenault of Richmond W Elmore Miss Morrison of Lexington is Miss Fannie Tinder Mr and Mrs J E Stortnes entertain ed a few friends the past week Miss Angie Kinnaird is at home from school in Northampton Mass D Miss Mary Moberly of Stanford has been visiting relatives in Lancaster Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts is friends in Tennessee and Mississip pi Miss Bettie West has returned a visit to Miss Browning of Winches ter Mrs Stephen Walker has returned from a visit to Mrs Dolph Rice of LouisvilleMr Arnold and daughter Miss Alliewere visitors at Dripping Springs SundayMrs William Walker of Beebee Miss is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Mrs John Duncan and son of Michi gan have been visiting Mr H M Ballou and family Mrs Clay of Richmond has been visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker at the Simpson House Miss Miller the trimmer for Mrs Ada Kinnaird returned this week to her home in Ohio Miss Callie Adams has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Lee Prather of Richmond Miss Nannie Goodloe has leturned Tallahego Ala where she taught school the past term Miss Lena Rigney left this week for a visit to her Mrs Charles Collier of Middlesboro Capt T A Elkin and daughter Annie Margaret have returned from two months visit to relatives in Missis sippiMiss Elizabeth Maddox who has been the popular guest of Misses Allie and Mary Arnold has returned to her home in Eminence Mrs E H Arnold Miss Elnora and Mr Dozier Arnold of Boston are with Mr and Mrs J G Burnside at their home Spring Cottage in the country this week Misses Irene Romans and Ida Lee Bourne have been visiting Miss Mayme Lee Ballard at Bryantsville Several very pleasant informal affairs were giv en in their honor Stanford Miss Bessie Yantis spent several days withGarrard county relatives Mrs Mildred Beazley of Lancaster is with Mrs W W Hays Mr G M Aldridge of Garrard spent Sunday with his brothers Messrs S H and Ii D Aldridge Frankfort Grove C Kennedy arrived yesterday to see his three sons now serving terms in the penitentiary He has been a man in his day but the trouble that has come upon him is bending his form and making his step unsteady and no one can see him and not sympathize of the most enjoyable social events of the season was the reception given on Friday evening by Mr and Mrs J G Burnside In honor of their daughter Miss Annie Belle and her guests Miss Elnora Arnold and Mr Dozier Arnold of Boston Ky The house was beautifully decorated wth nasturiums and asparagus ferns and the lawn was brightly illuminated with Japanese lanterns Miss Eliza beth Gibbs presided gracefully at the punch bowl Miss Burnside proved a very charming hostess The Literary Club was charmingly entertained by Mrs W R Cook Friday afternoon at her beautiful home All helped on her sulject books as she had a guessing contest of books which was interesting and very exciting Mesdames J B Kinnaird J C Hemp till and F P Frisbie had correct answers and had to draw for the prize Mrs Hemphill being the fortunate one receiving a copy of The Weavers for the prize Delightful refreshments were served after which Mrs Hemp hill gave her subject Kentucky for the next meeting at the Christian Sun day School room at 4 oclock The guests of the club were Miss Louise Kauffman of St Louis and Mrs J M Staughton of Middletown Ohio The Reckless now and then one hears some automobilist complaining that the man with the machine does not get fair treatment at the hands of the general public This complaint is not well founded at least so far as the safe and sane driver is concerned Public criticism is directed against the man who runs his machine with that reck less disregard for the rights of others as endanger the life and limb of every one who may chance to be going on the highway In the cities and towns a speed of fifteen miles per hour is per mitted on residence streets This speed should satisfy most any reason able person But it does not seem to be going fast enough and consequent ly twenty to thirty miles is frequently witnessed This is such a flagrant via lation not only on statutary but all law common sense is it any wonder that the hand of the public is against the automobile No ever hears any complaint against safe and r i Is visit L Mrs J 1t the of rl ij 1 J J j I I t I from cousin urnl JournalMr Fins I i sane driver 1 lug i guest visiting 11 fro Jc LOne Every one the Mrs II M Ballon has been yisilii g relatives in Stanford Mrs Pet Sears of Utah is the guest of Mrs George Patterson Mrs W R Cook has returned from a visit to Louisville relatives Miss West and brother Ver non are visiting relatives in Burgin Miss Jessie Doty has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Rich mond Mrs Belle Burnside is in Monticello visiting her daughter Mrs Larry D JonesMrs K C Walker has been in ville visiting her sister Mrs J W John stop Miss Mary Doty who been Ing the winter in Texas has returned homeMr Mrs Jonas Rucker of London have been visiting Mr Willian Shugars and family Mrs R A Farnan of St Louis is the guest of her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Danville avenue Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Lexing ton is visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Mr R L Davidson of Pulsea Oklo homa is visiting his mother Mrs Carrie Davidson Mr W J Kinnaird and family have returned to Middlesboro after a visit to Mrs Patsy Kinnaird Miss Martha Gill has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs G C Faris of Denver Colorado Mr and Mrs Alex Walker spent last week in Indianapolisand attended the 32nd National Saengerfest Mrs J R Mount and daughters Misses Margaret and Joan Mount are visiting relatives in LaGrange Miss Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard Miss Nuckels of Louisville have been the guests of the Misses Arnold Mrs Robert Brewer and handsome son of Chelsea Oklohoma is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joel Walker Miss Lizzie Brown has returned from Tallahego Alabama where she held a position in the school the past termMr and Mrs Alex Walker and Mrs Kemp Walker have returned from a pleasant visit to their uncle Mr G C Walker in Greensburg Ind Danville Jennie Higgins School Supertendent of Gar rard county and Miss Panthea Roys ton of Paint Lick are the guests of Mr and Mrs Jacob White on the Stan ford pike They entertained Satur day evening in their honor Mr WaIler C Hudson who has been in the West for seveial years is visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Danville avenue He is locat ed at Butte Mont holding an chair in a leading college in that city Mr Hudson is not only a bright scholar but exceedingly clever young gentleman Announcements have been received of the marriage June eighteenth of Mr William Kemper West to Miss Helen Margaretta Beale of Washing ton D C Mr West is a grardson of Mr and Mrs John K West of this city He recently graduated with honors in the law school of George Washing ton University The young couple go to Portland Orgeon for a year where he has been sent by the government Louisville Courier Journal Mrs R B Crow announces the marriage of her daughter Miss Marietta Crowe to Mr Frederick M Knowles of New York The marriage took place on June 14 in Hoboken the being performed by the minister of the Lutheran church in Hoboken Mr and Mrs Knowies are at present at The Ansonia In New York and will come to Louisville later in the summer for a visit to Mrs Crowe Miss Crowe left Louisville several weeks ago for a visit to friends in the East She and Mr Knowles had been engaged for some time and had expected to be married in the autumn but decided to have the marriage while in New York Mr Knowles is a New York broker is the secretary and treasurer of the New York Giants and is a man of wealth and position Mrs Knowles will be pleasantly here as the pretty visitor of her grandparents Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sr Thinks It Saved his Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a re liable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no be without a bottles than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive cf pnemonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold un der guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m The premium list of the great Crab Orchard Fair July 15 16 and 17 is out and it is a hummer Those who have not received one write to the Secre tary for it 2t Entries to the 200 saddle stake at Crab Orchard Fair close July 11 1908 Send in your entries to Secretary naugh before that date at I Bettie Louisa has spend AdvocateMiss Important a n ceremony more 1 0 I remembered Bro L SAKKSliDtil Rev attended services at the Baptist church at Lancaster Sunday morningMrs of Fliclcman is spending several weeks with her sister Mrs Icie Kemper The Working Society will meet with Miss Mary Chestnut next Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock Miss Nora Clark was out from Lan caster Saturday and Sunday to visit her brother Mr Robt Clark and Mrs Georgia Boner Mrs Robt Hum phrey and little Miss Margaret Hum phrey are over from Danville this week the guests of Miss Mary Chestnut The weather is fine for harvesting The farmers realizing the fact are taking advantage of their and quite a number of acres of wheat have already been cut in this vicinityRev Stancifer came over from Lexington to fill his appointment at the Grove church Sunday morning He was accompanied by Mr Guthrie Birkhead and were guests of Mr Tom Moore while here Mr Victor Rice wife and daughter Stella are visiting the family of Mr T I Herring this week Mr Rice who is very fond of the sport of fishing will spend most of his time while here on the banks of Dix river He is a fisherman and never fails to long string of fish back with him Childrens Day was observed on last Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock the afternoon was quite warm the little folks held the attention through the entire program of the large crowd who had assembled to the occasion Be it said to the credit of Miss Addle Arnold who had charge of the recitations and Mrs Jeff Dunn the music that they did so well At close a collection was taken by the children amounting to 313 50 which will be donated to mission work BUENA VISTA Miss Almira Lane is with her sister Mrs Dunn of Burgin Mr and Mrs Caldwell of Dayton Ohio have been visiting Mrs Nan Jen ningsMiss Bertie Lane of LexingtonDs the guest of Miss Irene Ruble and relativesVirgil and Brice Sechrest the K P banquet at Wilmore last Wednesday night Miss Margaret Robinson expects to leave soon for a visit to relatives at Toledo O and Indiana Miss Mary Skinner attended the K E A at Frankfort going on to Louisville to attend the S S Conven tionMiss Margaret Hackley of who has been with Mrs G H left last week to attend the K E A at Frankfort Mrs Mary Spilman of Harrodsburg accompanied by her daughter Mrs Jones os Lexington have been guests of the family of J B Robinson Will Jennings has the contract for the new school house at Lindendale and will probably be here from Dan ville to begin work in the near future Miss Florence Christopher left last week for a visit to friend near stopping over injLouisyille for few days at the S S Convention She was accompanied to Louisville by Miss Nettie Ison who goes to visit her aunt Mrs Armstrong Messrs Chas Cheatam manager of the telephone exchange at Harrods burg and James Spilman were in our village last week in interest of the line from Burgin to this place It Is likely we shall get the line if our people will give the proper encourage ment 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 Why Not make your summer vacation PROFITABLE as well as PLEASANT The health giving qualities of famous waters at Crab Orchard Springs are known The itbree immense buildings are Boating Bathing Fishing Ex cellent table Good band of music For illustrated descrlptve pamphlets address J B Willis Mgr Crab Orchard Ky I Sparks Ladies family opportunI- ty Ir splendid bring- a enjoy other Georgetown Lane Indianapolis proposed everywhere holel unsurpassed Spouse Although attended Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil Better than oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness colds coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Try it on our guarantee McRoberts Drug Store inot v Dont forget that we always carry a full stock of Wall Paper We have just received another shipment of beautiful Spring Patterns Call on us when in need of Our stock is complete both in Paint and Wall Paper R E McRoberts DRUGGIST SafetyDeposit Boxes I I I I I C I J a PAIIqT Protected by an Up ToDate VaultI = 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 per sonal property including a lot of firstclass lumberboards and posts stock buggy machinery and things Terms made known on day of sale Carter Allen Admits 1 I residence I other See them at The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky JW The Farmers Bank elr J I WALKER President I 1 J S JoJlNlOX Vies LPrea ORGANIZED 188 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Is minis MM B F HuDaoir Cashier Business Solicited Pro pt and Careful AtteittM DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders w O Asst Qashr CD Boot 1ft RroxxT WArmt L THE National Bank Of Lancaster A R DENNY Presideat J B STORMES Yin Prest S C DBSBY Caller 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 Capital 50000 Ills 10000 SafetJJkuit1IIt I I I lre Siliat INIi The Danville Steam Laundry turns out the best work to be had Phone 48 and try it J AX bbkPrcparalionfbrAs slaiating IM MS H1LDK1N V b old J5 DiiSI SjjClMS Lc eo welsm j5tionCl1ee ss teorjnrt1 liarXAltCOTIC lorCoMGaa pessadLOSS OF SLEEK cS el utfNEW YORK EXACT PrOPW8ABEB S- weanMiuwmwimm mflmrtlmrnmRinuumnxpw w WTII1 lii Slo tnrhs P 4sIl iSll Jai jstiaaJirr3ri i7Ns talir aoaSarSblrchDiurboetWOras1onvigsionsFeverish Signature CURE II I Even our I Grandfathers knew what SNOW LINIMENTwill A CONVINCING PROOF of the worth of medicine is the cares it can effect who has used BaMards Scow LJsuBeat knows that will Everyone a RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS IUSED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V I Settle Richmond Mo writes This is toY certify that I have used your Snow Liniment for ten years rheumatism neuralgia lame back case it immediate and satisfaction Avrtd all Substitutes Trine Sizes 25c SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW UNIMENT CO 00502 North Secern ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E MCROBERTS Street I relief COUCH CURE TIlE LUBeS KILL AM WITH Dr kiigs Nsw Discsvery I gxs piicE I rrtic KcIoberta Drug Store S LL 1NhMT MS LUUS ThSY LE- SaII cD lATlliCTOS- os YolliflltDZA Cream Vermifuge WEIITEB THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDYh TIE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC BCWANC OF IMITATIONS TMC eCNUINC PKCMMCB ONLY BY BallardSnow Liniment LOWS aao McRoberts Drug Store CST B I WMes Prwt W C FiA Vice Preft W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment S PIlI r CASTOR1A For wants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CISTORIA TIlE canau NEW Y CITY CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 M COY RLARNOLD J 8 BURROWS JB WOODS XL WOODS WCKSH I IIJL G GUYN DI1 IatrrOUS I Our CustoMers are Fully Protected liy Fidelity and Casuality Insurance II NOTICEt The Jlox Studio will open every Saturday Take Advantage of the Pretty Weather and get some nice work done will be given just as much attention as our regular work y The FOX STUDIO i S oe Bodakwork c IHJCKKYE Mi Isiah Lane numbered with the sickMrs Alice Ray is very sick at this writing Mrs Wm Whittaker is very sick at this writing Mrs Mal Carter visited her sister Mrs Mead Teater Thursday Mr Raymond Ray and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Robt Long Mr Geo W Ray and wife spent Sun day with his sister Mrs Loyd Sanders Mesdames Robert Long and Printus Walker visited Mrs Hiram Ray Fri day Mrs Sis Ramsey of Crab Orchard is visiting friends and relatives here this weekMr Jesse Prather of Lancaster took dinner with his sister Mrs Martha Carter Monday Miss Gertrude McQlIerry of Jessa mine is visiting her sister Mrs Geo W Ray this week Miss Sallie Locker was the pleasant guest of Miss Mary Daily Saturday night and Sunday Farm and Stock The wheat harvest is on hand and some of our farmers say the result will be dissapointing For a while it seem ed the crop would be one of the largest ever known but in many cases the heads did not fill out properly In other places rust did considerable damageThere have recently been some sales of cleaned Uuegrass seed by the Paris cleaners for present use at 2 25 per bushel or 18 per bag The trade would gladly pay 10 per bushel for new cleaned seed if they had any cer tainty of prices being mantamed but owing to feeling between cleaners prices are likely to be much lower where by the farmers and growers will be heavy losers because of the low prices Paris Kentuckian Tobacco Society is to have sold Friday seven thousand hogsheads of tobacco at cents per pound the sale to about 1120000 Secretary Brooks refused to either affirm or deny but it is generally understood that the sale was made If it is true it means thatonly a little over onefourth of the crop of 1906 remains unsold and that this is rapidly being disposed of Winchester H Keys sold to S S Co two car loads of cattle August 15th delivery at 6 per hundred pound- sIt is announced that as a result of the passage of the New York law against race track gambling that James B Haggin the air will quit the breeding of horses on his big Fayette county farm and turn his attention to fine cattle Some recent public sales of cattle made the following ME Jones at Williamsville Illinois sold on June 3rd 44 head at average of 307 John Dryden Son at Brooklin Ont on June 5th 44 head at an average of 216 J A Countryman Son at Rochelle Illinois sold on June 5th 51 head at an average 130Young cattle are leaving this part of the country in spite of the fine crop of grass Two Ohio men named Dun lap from Washington Court House left here Tuesday with 140 head of mixed cattle and Hudsoh Showen shipped about 75 head to the Cincin nati market the same day Flemings burg TimesDemocrat Bucklena 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 EXPLAINED FULLY The Burley reported sixteen amounting DemocratJ export thoroughbred shorthorn aver- agEs muti million Mr Sqniggs He made his money in automobiles and footbalL Miss De doesnt look like a sporting man Mr hes a doctor Chicago aily News No Need of Suffering from 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 Chamber lains Pain Balm The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost It makes sleep and rest possible Even in cases of long standing this liniment should be used on account of the relief which it affords 25 and 50 cents si for sale Friable 1m KolletyHe SquiggsNo F P Rheumatism Thtres the Rub It is a thing of no great difficulty to raise objections against another maaa it is a very easy matter but to produce a better in its place ia a work extremely troublesome Plutarch A Grand It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank 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 blooa and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak debiliatated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store 50c 1m Fully Explained Little Elsie had been ill for some time and one morniHg when the doctor called and Inquired how she felt she replied Oh Im better but Im not quite so better as I was Bast 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 piUs ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C Sold under guarantee- at R E McRoberts drug store 25cts Naval Rank The highest rank ia the Halted States navy is that of admiral with salary at 13500 a year The next rank is that of rear admiral with at 7600 for sea duty and 6376 for shore duty Badly Sprained Curd Three years ago our daughter 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 M Brumitt Hampton Tenn 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by F P Frisbie 1m Cold Has Little an Sheep Of domestic animals sheep come first at sold resisters Sheep have lived for weeks in snow When the great March L swept Devonshire sheep were dug out alive from the amormoua drifts 24 toys later Goats and pigs re second and third place If one feels dull and spiritless in the spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever But there is no feverNUSually It is the after effect of our winter habits The nerves are most at fault Tired wornout 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 Bestrative 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 falling appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and kidneys and Wrings new life strength and ambition Test it a few days and be convinced Mc Roberts 1 orationnay I FamilyMedicine Cunlan Th salary Ankl nightshad Butler ankleE bred lIt R E sprained Effect takes ttl y I Born In Iowa Onr family 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 aso Texas the writers life was by the prompt use of this remedy We are now engaged In the business atNarcoosseeFla have introduced the remedy here It has proven very successful and is constantly growing in Bros This remedy is for sale bv F P Frisbie im Reply Young Man Well if I dont sir she Is the worst fooled girl in this town Puck The Title Is the Ting you marry a foreign no aleman moneyHeOf yo marry Right l Lime But is he fashionable Well I guess He has an automo rile and the pneumonia Chicago RecordHerald All Surprised Bessie I was surprised when Mr ashleigh asked me to marry him else was QUa State Journal YEARS OF SUFFERING THEN ROBUST HEALTH Great Remedy Cured Skin of Long Standing Mr J Weber of 1605 Vine streetSan Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skirrsuffering which ended in robust health when he found a 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 be wanted to operate 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 boils would appear increasing in size and paining me terribly I gun to doctor again but no one help me large pimples and boils would continue to come At that time I bad as many as ten on my face I was such a terrible sight that my friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five years until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this time Itried over 300 remedies One day I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it had toted several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a second bottle The use of five bottles 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 I answer that it was D D D which me We know that every word of the above letter is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis salt rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this R E McRoberts Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of J B Carter will present them properly proven to us at Carteraville Ky or our attor ney L L Walker at Lancaster Ky This June 17 1908 All persons indebted to his will see us at once aa to settlement of the same CARTER ALLEN Admra- G264t were El favorEnnis HI youlove HeWould oneJudge TessieEverybody DI remedy healed remedy estate experience sand mercantile tit bed THE m mm GREAT RELIABLE WATER FILTER The old adage an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure this the Reliable carries out by separating from the water all accumulations from and gutter such as bugs leaves dead birds and other insects It is reliable because it is always ready for next rain You dont have to get up in the night to turn the cutoff to wash the roof The Reliable is always ready for anything coming Nothing is allowed to go into the filter to contaminate the water as it passes through it It is the simplest constructed filter ever made and the easiest to clean Ifyou want to avoid fever and have good health in your family the most essential thing is pure water The reliable will insure you this The charcoal receptacle can be easily removed and the charcoal washed or fresh coal put in without the filter The stand pipe on inside of filter has drain holes covered with fine wire gauze that makes it antifreezing It sells for less than any patented filter made and a glance at our filter will in sure you it is the best AGENTS WANTED We want agents in all parts of the country Guttering Pumps Etc furnished by us on application For particulars address Ray Walker Filter Go Buckeye Ky A FEW APPROVALS I have made examination of the Bay Walker Filter which to being manufactured by the Muncey Fitzpatrick Co of Lexington Ky and con sider it the simplest and best filter on the market J C Carrick M D of Board of Health- I have examined the filter and consider it the best I have ever seen from a sanitary point of view N B Simmons M D Health Officer City of Lexington Ky Raving examined the Bay Walker Patent Filter manufactured by Muncey Fitzpatrick I can heartily endorse what Doctors Carrick and say for it Porter Pratber M D on Board Health Great the roof disturbing Spouting President 81 V O above named won a Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This Clever CiiiTee Substitute was produced by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted Grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 50 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Gill Simpson Happiness The happiest moment in a mans life is when he goes to get an aching tooth pulled and finds the dentists door locked 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 perlds with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold McRoberts Thing When a woman woadera wily she la taking oa sad a her it ia becaaae saa eats too mud and doesnt do enough it ia safe to say that this ia a Banted couple Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing heahag antiseptic suppositories go direct to the seat of these weaknesses 1 Book No 4 For Women cental many valuable hints to women and i is free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wi to mail it Ask the Doctor in confidence any questions you answered Dr Shoops Night Cure J sold by R E McBoberts for Iftfaats ani CTiiW- rtiIteKiNYNllmAlvais ye Bears the C a Heartburn and Indlgertioau real rttsanas tt are symptoms oalr of a eertela eomeHyMDr fct the creation of that ROW Terr locator an Remedy Dr Shoos XestoMtiTe Gate Dr Shoop RestorativeR WILL CURL BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more 0 BMacsi UN H vsTn Far aaht arc warp nui abaado work ea sad I was practically Pea was ncaauMajiai first Wttta gay m lalM a4 attar taUaf Ivt C C J E Stones I recently h congestionblood pressurethat Tabletswill byRE strictest wish IA of Indigestion T n tha c1beII to the aaoada that ud Dr 1IIooe out that For Di4 breath ealbw en Dr IBeICoraUnTab1eta or u4-uwW to eaa u4 wm FOLEYSf KIDNEYCURE aft7 case 01 KIDNEY- s or 11 let wztissc veers I troablsd wIda ltIaddectloM I I dine belt 1M IW z r It It fun flesh atsa tells work t SigaatBrs issNerve eYe war this c serves atone Lvorto said Ms IOZsTeW1t aed wok Ytid encn distress sad com shoe sw ke de We soft had still tseaawt p 1J was sal wbkb easedisaitael Mat IsshaMwr a bad bas Ib w M M N grist bsltls ssitilrelp ci I k i B 0ba M et re The ICarkt LGUISYILIK 4 CATTLE Choice to steers i759 2 Medium to good shipping steers 5 39 an Choice butcher steers 5 259 J Medium to good butchers 410 3ft Commoa to medium butchers 4 00 4 50 Good to choice feeders 23 8i- Commoa to medium feeders 3 689 3 M Good to extra stock steers 08 1 5 Common to medium stock steers 3 569 8ft Good to choice stock heifers S 259 3 73 Commoa to medium stock heifers S 009 M Medium to good bulls 2 759 3 3 Choice veal calves 3739 25 Common to medium calves 3 M Choice packing and h tehers lbs M Medium packers M8 to Mftlbs 10 Choice light ship US to 1M lha1 3 75 Choice pies 80 to 128 IBS i 70 Goodpliaeto981bs M- SoschsU8ta488lta 2S- SHKXPANDLAMBeV ratrtogood Commoa ta media Kxsrehlpptaa lambs Rim butcher leak The public Is hereby aetiaed that the heretofore extatlBg betweea myself and W R Vaughn has thisday by rautaai coa satbees dissolved I am so ber of the firm of Vaughn Joaes aad alt sties Indebted to said firm are hereby sashor zed to make settlement witk W KVaaghn This 20th day of June 199- 88aWt JONES CATARRH YIELDS To Healing Air l HyoawL Under Guarantor Catarrh is the most prevalent disease known to humanity aihety per cent of the ia this country suffer at one time or another with conunon disease It u a germ disease and mace caa he cured only by some method that will reach and destroy the germs This is best found which be called the direct method of catarrh as its medication taken In with the air you breathe goes directly to air the nose throat and lungs kills all catarrhal heals the irritated mucous membrane and vitalizes the tissues so as to render catarrh no longer possible The unique way which is doubt as to its properties for our leading druggists give their guarantee to refuad the to that Hyomet fails to benefit You do not risk testing its healing powers What offer could be more fair to this where a leading takes all th risk of giving satisfaction aad leaves to be the Judge Sold aad guaranteed by McRoberts REMOVE THE CAUSE How to Remedy Mack of the Suffering ia This Toi There is hardly family ia town where there are not one or more members who suffer at times from the effects of a weak stomach It be that this occurs erfy after eating some food that does not agree or of a late at or it be that the stomach m a weak that scarcely any food caa be eatea without The to treat a ceaditiea at this kind successfully IB with removes cause weak Bess of the muscles of the stoaaack aad bowels sad restores the whole digestive system to health and se that care of all the food that is ntra Get well and lining Mf a aa tablets Take the remedy at the first with a few dines However no case of stomach trouble w too or chronic for Micas to overcome Our leading druggists sell it wader guarantee to the EMM unless it cures A 50cent box lasts for a couple of weeks aad will do mere real than a dozen boxes of the digestive tablets Sold and guaranteed by REMcftoberU ICy Juu choIce ex port S z t u IS BOGS to IS S aIra t S OG8 88 Z JhIeb1 S 0e Z 88- CGaBIea S Ie Notice longer J r Snit 6 in Hvo ei even in soldshould curative re any catarrhsufferer vou Hvoniei K E BI-t symptom of whea can sa lace chi b D II 3 4 4 9Ob IOe Good to sktpplae abdsp 003 496 4 5 005 OS OS a 1Nt sadlambs 455 partnership a ise tt par treating scent a be severe Thi oIk KraneeaswenealltMsa BMiI JIr Iwo 1apIJl8Teree Ole III 1 1 IQI M are hwwI4 uvery a7taee eI8er w IN skin is er artily 4 Mil III D D D I I Tt MdHata 4 r f It ttWtiIdleIletpwsarwest eeass Thad kdesryremedtrasdt see ea 1 rseb lea stew 00 rift wawe a Gael diwwsra Zl- hvuar sam besa s sseslestesw earl Iataeetaetdbeeeesteewaya eiauierllMkwOMpRN1 thdishavLt s y caret wssetsa ttl-er h I is-ert thrttysaaetletsy ukin s- We beesby Nrt lisle pfnI sr- sbeme ass ease hM Oint dtbs svM3a c use weaptaasetlyt3ssndst P l yr