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THE CENTRAL RECORDIUHK RKlAUlON VSTAtttnaUKI fiKMOCHACr THHSTIHTIt 1AiW LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE I I90S 1 ANI avoIJ OllWN1HNT T JIJ f 4m 4 vV Ili k xtiaiexI ffixmto Special prices on BUGGIES for the next Ten Days A few Buckboards at cost Come and get one while i they last Rubbertires Repairing i 1 Horse Shoeing Etc CONN BROTHERS f- s oi tt tac3Jttc3Jttc3Jtt ttc3Jtt J c 4 n I- iI l t i t I jt i I I fI i I U r I i i I att3Jttttt1e mJJtt3JttJtt 1 Y r3 b c iFip l j- L W II Routs Hughes Is raising plenty of ducks Among them he found ono within whlto leaves Rev Vaughn of Louisville lectured nt the Hapllst church Sunday night on Sunday School work The Ladles Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Saturday afternoon June Oth at 3 p III at the church Rid F M Tinder will 011 his regular appointments at tho Christian church Sunday and will not go lo Minerva to assist In time meeting until about the Olhof June Races Postponed On account of muddy track the au tomobile Itaccs which wore scheduled to take place at the trotting track Lexington Saturday May 20th have been postponed until Saturday Juno Cth beginning at 2 p m Methodltt Church Services Next Sunday Juno fl at 0 a m will ho Sunday School rally day Every grown up member of the church rc spooling the vows of their church are most cordially expected to bo present nt this service Statement of special Interest will bo made at close of this service Morning subject 11 a m Gods call of the Unanswcrlng Evening subject The coning of the Now Earth Services by Pastor The Nck An Illnols newspaper says An exchange warns rural ladles to beware of the telephone neck It Is due to lung standing at the telephone with the receiver at tbf left car causing an Involuntary leaning of the head to one side It Is more noticeable with thoso living on rural party lines and surgeons declare the result Is liable to be a crooked neck generation In the near future Of course no ladles on the farmers lines about here ore II able to contract the now disease Enaagemant The Interior Journal the honor this Issue of announcing the engage ment of Miss Llllle Tevls Carpenter the charming daughter of Dr and Mrs J 0 Carpenter of Stanford and Rev Homer Wilson Carpenter of Cleveland O The wedding will occur nt the Christian church In Stanford at 830 on the evening of Juno 30th Miss Carpenter of Lincoln coun tyR prettiest and must popular young women and her prospective husband Is a prominent minister of the Christian church Miss Tevls Is prominent In social and church circles and she will ha missed by a large number of friends who will give her up with sincere re grot Interior Journal Telephone l18 hone WALKOVER SHOES Its n matter of business to look ns well as possible Its a matter of business to bo as comfortable as you can Its a matter of business to got full value for your money Therefore its a mutter of business to wear Walk OverShoest And its n nlattor of wollnlk Over Shoes Iuomndu for every lay of tiro week and for O01y Ycek Je50 400 plcasuro- Its H T LOGAN Walk Over Shoos appeal to hard heads and tender feet Ask For Gold Trading Stamps t M A trM R Death Of Mr Ooortjo Oarkley Mrs T II Walker won called Nlcholasvlllo Friday by the dcalh ol her brother Mr Ocorgo Hurkloy Thr deceased sultorcd a paralytic stroke from which ho never rallied Ho was a of Mayor W L Stctil and one of the wealthiest farmers of time county and of a prominent family Common Schools Citizens of Manse petitioned the County court to permit then to vote lo levy each 100 worth of thxnblo property within 2 mlltfl of said place for the purpose of cutab Ilililng und maintaining a Graded Common tjchool at said place The petition wits grunted and an election was ordered Saturday July 31iil 1003 An election will bo held for the eamo purpose In llryantsvllle on July 10th 1009 If the citizens 1n those sections knew how such schools enhance time value of property as In this place there would not be a voto cast against the schools Mra W R Cook Hoatote On Monday afternoon from I to 0 oclock Mrs It Cook received a number of friends In honor of her via Itors Mrs Theitdore Wintcrsmlth of Louisville and Miss Lula Robertson of Kllzabcthtown The ladles In re ceiving line were Miss Robertson Mesdames E P Holley II A Huyncs L L Walker and W II Cork Frappe was served In the library by Misses Edna and Sue Shelby Mason and delightful refreshments which carried out so perfectly the color scheme In pink and were served In tho dining room Never before have time ladles of Lancaster been more pleasing to the critics eye All have had the pleasure uf accepting Mrs Cooks bus pitality know what a perfect hostess she always Is and are delighted at the approach of an event under her artful supervision BALL CAME Friday Afternoon Berea Lancaster Next Game with Richmond Dhic Grass League Team lrnlay June Hall Park Tho Second Whirlwind Campaign The second Whirlwind Campaign for better education In Kentucky has been planned for June 27 July 3 and will bo bigger hitter and more thor oiigh than tho former campaign It will cover the entire State both city and coHnty with special reference to the rural community Tho campaign will open Sunday June 27 when every minister In tho State will be asked to deliver an address on Public Educe lion In Kentucky from his own The regular speakers one hun dred strong will begin active work on Monday June 23 In nearly every Instance ouch speaker will cover two counties Ills work will bo reinforced by local speakers and every community will have an opportunity to In the great educational move merits which are Sweeping over Complimentary To Judge Saufley Tho following letter was received from Col Miller of Knoxvllle Torn who lived many years In Lon caster and knows whereof he speaks Dear Sir Please find enclosed check for 200 which I think will cover my subscription to the RucoiiDup to May 1010 If this Is not correct kindly let me know- I learn by the last Issue of tho RKO ouu that Judge Saulley by a very Haltering vote received the nomlna tlon for Judge of the 13th Judicial district of Kentucky and I hope It may be equivalent to a peaceful and harmonious election In which event time people of tho district will bo en titled lo congratulations on having as a Judge a mums of unswerving con vlcllons a man who will never sur render his honest principles for pop ular favors i man whose acts are fair honest honorable and Just never re sorting to deceptive methods or pot ty politics In order to curry favor with any faction or clique and a non above Ihlngs no person need fear lo go before seeking Justice and I can speak trout experience when I say that ho performs duties In such a high toned honorable way that no mass unless hu vury BOltlub nuns and not satisfied with anything which U contrary to his own Interests can accuse of unfair dealing It Is a credit to any community to elect such a man and shows that sometimes and III some places a man doua nut have to resort to petty itics to secure his election to olllco So long as a min be conscientious In his convictions ho should bo entitled to respect 1 am not speaking despairingly of else but praising time of ono whom 1 a right tu know U entitled tu ulltho good things that can bo said about him No ono who desires tho administra tion of Justice with ever have cause to regret utl election Yours W 8 Miller to Graded sin W whit whQ j il vsV i i i 9 pulpit participate W S hIs bun virtues 1I brother hmlaw taken 25c Saturday nth Kentucky justly pub anyone a k r i lv MOONSHINERS CAUGHT NEAR LANCASTER On Monday night about eleven oclock Judge J A Hurnsldc Deputy Collector accompanied by J A Ucaz Icy and L E Herron made a raid on a Moonshine Still which was lo cated on tho old Pevton Smith farm about 3 miles West of Lancaster be tweets the new Danville plko and Lex ington plko The onicuM captured 2 stills and worn complec with 200 gallons of beer 16 gallons of singling and 10 gallons of whiskey It n supposed to have bon In operation about ono month The worm was brought to town tad destroyed Tho officers ar rested W L Moras and Henry Creech whom they found with their sleeves rolled op at work In their secluded den manufacturing whiskey Their only light was some lanterns but the officers claim that time Ore used In the operation throw light many yards away Time two men were taken to Danville Tuesday mourning to have the examining trial before time United States Commissioner Judge Hurnsldo says It was ono of the most perfectly hidden stills he had over seen It was being operated In the cellar of time house onco owned by Peyton Smlln that bad burned several years ago They had rooted time cellar nicely and thrown brush over It In such a way that one would pass It before noticing It on account of Its perfect resemblance to nature The men under arrest arc not na lives of Garrard county and their conduct Is unlike that of our citizen ship Lancaster Won Both Garnet At tho ball park Friday afternoon Lancaster won two games from Hor rodsburg them The fielding features were tho run iilng catches of two long flies by An derson right field and the ono hand liner catch of Hurnsldo at short Lan caster battery 1st game Watkins and Danclie llurrodsbburg Coleman and Taylor Struck out by WatkIns 12 by Coleman 8 base on balls oil 2 MI Coleman 1 Two base hit Iljsscr Ilarrodsburg Umpires lIar ris and Dunlap Tune of game 1 hr and 31 minutes Score by Innings Innings 1 9 T II E Lanler 02120020 x 7 10 C Hburg 100000010 2 SECOND GAM- UUaltcrlcs as above except Hullet pitched half the game Struck out ly Wutklns 8 by Coleman 2 by Hullet 1 Two base hits Lancaster 6 Umpires Ireland and Coffee Time of game 1 hr and 18 minutes Attendance 100 Score by timings Innings 1 2 3 4 C 0 7 8 0 T II E Lttnter 01004020 x 12 10 0 Hburg 000000 00 0 As our team has played four games and won them all we believe it will be Interesting to tho tans to see their batting average which we give below separately then time team average Lancaster AH II Pet SB E Oanehe 10 12 760 8 2 Walters 8 4 500 1 1 Hurnslde 17 8 471 0 1 Mclloberls 17 0 353 8 0 17 0 353 Ware 10 3 300 Joseph 17 5 204 Watkins 11 3 273 Anderson 10 4 2 0 2 0 West i 9 2 222 4 2 Denny 7 1 143 Schooler 10 1 100 3 0 Team Average AD 155 hits 55 Pct 301 Runs 68 E 8 It of oppo 8 Instructive Tho Womans Club met In the room of the Christian church Wednesday May 20 The subject discussion was Mexico Mrs J A Royston the leader rea I an Inleresl lug paper on Old Mexico making note of climate characteristics of her her native and foreign rulers her beautiful cities art architecture and natural resources Mrs E C Guinea read a paper on Mexico tho which she gave brief review of political history closing with a trIbute to President Diaz by Secretary Root Miss Della Tinder read a paper on tho religions of Mexico showing that noBupeigllllon or hoathan worship has hud more baneful effect than time Iron rule of Cathollcsm In conclu sion she mude an appeal to time Prol Istant world to go forward and build on time foundation already ealabllshed there Time lust number was u talk by Miss Edna Mason giving an account of tho live different burials of Cortez rime house adjourned lo meet Juno Otis ut Presbyterian church meeting to be given ovor entirely to business The regular program on time U 8 will ho given Juno 10 at Christian church led by Mrs Kuuffman Chicken Pay There Is nothing that will pay as great a per cent on money Invested as will poultry If properly cared for Mrs J Wade Walker has sold since January first beside what was used at her homo 600 dozen eggs for 1101 She lies at this time 400 chickens which makes the editors gaa well as the preachers mouth water At press hour wo learn that John Duncan shut and wounded Mason colored Wednesday night I after fighting hard for Watkins 2 3 4 fi 6 7 8 fi 3 0 1 7 0 0 I 0 I 2 8 0 2 0 under people RepublicIn 001 I t r lecture Ar WV HEADQUARTERS FOR Deering Binders Mowers Rakes and Twine HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky n I I 1 I 1 H 7 r L7 p S Judge A D Ford The Democrats have very approprl atoly put this sterling gentleman at the head of the county ticket and the banner will never trail In the dust Ho was born in Garrard county on September 23rd 1859 He Is a man of tine personal appearance very Intel llgent and familiar with the motives and Impulses of human action making hum thoroughly equipped for the olllce of County Judge Ills record as a Democrat Is straight n and clear of scratches and crosses Ills decisions Bro consistent with and equity free from favoritism and true to the enforcement the law and wherever the law permits his proceedings are favorable to the best Interests of time people whether It bo In the construction of better roads or other necessary public Improvements The tree turnpike system being In stalled much extra work was imposed on his department and it was dispos ed of In a manner that gives much credit to him and the balance of the Fiscal court The pikes are kept In good order new ones have been and automobiles can now run where horsemen could not travel a few years ago yet with strict economy the county debt has been largely di minished though the rate of taxation has not been Increased Ills books arc open and the public Is Invited to Inspect them and see where every dol of their hiss and by inquiring of trout whom articles were bought and learning the prIce paid laborers and contractors It will be seen that his olllclal career for two terms has been wholly devoid of graft and that the highest alibis ability and Intfgrlty nave been exer clued and maintained Ills past Is u guaranty of his future and Ills election by u large majority over any la u foregone conclusion Could Not bo Better No ono has over made a salvo oint ment lotion or balm to compare with Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Hums UruUes Sores Scalds Molls Ulcers Eczema SOIL Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its su premo Infallible for Plies Only Sic ut U E MoUoberU Elocutionary Contest Miss Polly Traylir will el ocutionary contest at Walton opera house Stanford Ky Juno 10 will bo represented by Miss Lu cio Walker Duty Justice opposI- tion Inn all L constructed merchants llucklena Itlve Lan- Caster Hon J E Robinson Time subject of this sketch Is the Democratic nominee for reelection to the Important office of County Attor ney and he has so ably and faithfully discharged the duties during the pres ent term that tho customary endorse ment and election goes vii thout saying cation In Lancaster graduating at Garrard College in 1891 was In University In 1802 was princi KyJunoKen- tucky pal of IJradfordsvllle Academy In 1893 and Professor of mathematics In Daughters College 1804 lIe grad uated at the Central University Law School In 1890 located In Lancaster the same year and began the practice of law Being possessed of strong mental powers and the best traits of character his preparation In the soy eral schools named brought him be fore time public as a man eminently qualified to 1111 high places of trust and be was nominated and elected to the office of County Attorney In 1905 adviser of the Fiscal court he help to guard the Interests of the people with tho same zeal and care which bo exercised In his own personal affairs In which he has been very successful He has always opposed the of any claim unless It was together tree frum graft He baa done his part In making the financial condition of Garrard county as good as any In the state while a number of turnpikes have been built and other necessary public improvements have been made Tho ablo manner In which he has prosecuted criminals both In the county anc1 circuit court deserves mention He prepares his case well tlnda all the testimony bearing on It awl makes an able and logical appeal for tho enforcement of the law As a result of this service our county Is as quiet and peaceable as any In the Commonwealth Again we assert that time party wlll endorse him by giving a big majority for him In as well us for tho entire Dem ocratic ticket Old Love Litters A woman will trust money and jewels to a closet shelf but she want her old love letters to be ai secure a safe deposit vault New York Press Notice We have the DanvllleBteam Laun dry Agency and and dellv er Danville Steam LaumUfJ enough said Qott Julley gents Office at poultry liter Phone 107 I allowanceII I especial November II will fur y pr ptll II I oat l i As ed i i1 a- In rstrtl to I t- 1 CENTRAL RECORD IgatlED 1VCXKLV llvo A YKAR F 3 HUGHES EdrPubr SuttriA nl Ht Foil Oflci I lAttnttn AY nil Mill Unlltr Member Ky PrtM Atsoelatlon mil Eighth District Publishers Lancaster Ky June 4 1909 For Political Announcements For Precinct and City 1 600 Fur County Oillccs 1000 For Htateand District Ofllces 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per tine 10 For all In the Individual or expression of Individual views per tine 10 Obituaries per line 05 League oniceR to to to to to to oo publications Interest ot I s- i l e Fern d Craee Rates Democratic Ticket Fur Circuit M U Saulley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator It L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J E Hoblnson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen ale Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT I To the Republican of Oarrard county am a candidate for the Re publican nomination County and will appreciate your support This Issue was mailed before the Republican county committee met yesterday and we will have to walt until next Issue to give an account of their proceedings and give the list of untrained horses which they enter the race to come off next Novem ber In the mean time we are giving Illustrated sketches of the Democrat ic entries and will give the entire 4 office being hereby notified to have them made and send them In It will be seen that our entries are In con slant training that they have a win Ding record can run In mud or on any kind of a track and are nearly at the halt mile pole now In view of these It is a mystery why entries should be made handicapped by every theorr that oppresses the masses and favors the classes by an that Rives liberty to assassins bas a depleted treasury and has lately passed through a panic that rocked and convulsed the country from center to circumference threatening dlsor dered finance prostrate commerce and ruined credit No they cant win will distance them are backlog the Democratic ticket with great odds Harry Summers In his aper the Ellzabetbtown News tells the truth la the following article Attempth have been made In this section to mix a local with a party Issue but It will not work To make the Democratic party either a prohibition party or au antlprohlbltlon party In Kentucky IB nothing more than for it to commit political suicide The dry people In IneDemocratic party have no right tc demand that prohibition shall be of Democratic faith and neither have the wet people any right to demand that antiprohibition shall become a part of Democratic faith As Gov Beckham says the party Is older and broader than this question and will outlive It A can be a consistent party Ulan and vote either wet or dry just as he can be a Democrat and be either or a Catholic The Demo cratlo party In Kentucky to secure success must steer clear of both the Anti Saloon League and the liquor organization The attempts to revise the present system of luxation I u Kcntuck should bo successful for it Is rotten to the core retards progress and en tcrprlse and drives capital from the state It Is estimated that only 10 per cent of the money or personal property is over listed tor taxation and this throws a greater burden on real property and lien notes and mortgages which are found on records Double taxation follows the man who has paid only half on his farm being Uxedon Its full value and the man holding notes or mortgage on It being required to pay also The to correct this U to require bankers to give u list of deposits on the tint listing day and to give such other Information as he may have In reference to funds tIat should bo listed The fact tint such men as Senators Daniel of j Ouster and Me- Knery of Bailey of Teiai have espoused tbecsuse p high protective tariff verities our assertion p I e JUdge for Attorney Into not having cuts In the administration Ourentries Bookmakers apart Democrat- Ic Democrat Presbyterian 1 r t j j ruu lall and I i those i facts w Iii I r Virginia A y that greed for oOlce will some Democrats to forsake their party their constituents are Interest d In some article of commerce which they woof protected Our manufac tories no longer need protection They sell many articles cheaper abroad than they du at hone and the cry of Im posing tariff for revenue Is misleading Lot us have free trado and raise rev anus by Income and direct properly and per capita lax which would cost the people tear than the excessive they Bro paying on the necessaries of life Wo aro not a very ardent admirer of Congressman Langley of tho Kentucky district but he Is right In Ills bill to prohibit the National government from Issuing liquor licenses In sections ought to bo enacted Into law haii been dry for two generations by State law but the government In a measure nullities Its operations by Is suing 358 liquor licenses In tho State It Is a burning shame Interior Tho Jessamine News suggests lion Bennett H Young as the best man fur the Democrats to nominate for Governor He would strong following but as wo will need u man In that race who has been over that truck and man full of rlcnco In such campaigns and one that would be sure to win we beg to nom Senator James B McUroary Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In face form and temper the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a ed complexion For all such Bitters work wonders They Stomach Liver and Kidneys the blood give strung nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm Ing women owe their health and beau ty to them 60c at R E McRoberls 1m rHEACHElWVlLLE Mr and Mrs Naylor of Gurrard visited John Naylor Rev F D Palmeter held services at the Melbodlstchurch Sunday Mrs Cera Towler of Greensburg Ind was a pleasant visitor at her mothers Mrs William Duvall Fado Parks came very near losing his home by tire a few days ago Mr P E Parishs fine colt for which hepald 1250 was severely Injured In a wIre fence Tho Sunday school Is progressing nicely at the Baptist under the leadership of Supt Master Ernest Colson and brother John of Paint Lick visited their grandfathers here Messrs David Colson and Ben T Lunshrd Sr Mr went to Lexington to see his mother who Is sick Mr Fount Blankenshlp wife and little sup were with bomefolks Sun day Mr and Kirby of Paint Lick are at the bedside of her mother Mrs Blankensblp who is not expected to live Miss Lizzie Pettus closed her select school Friday A nice program con slating of drills songs and recitations were rendered Miss Sallle Coleman Hobbs the handsome daughter of the late B Y Hobbs Is visiting the family of her uncle Mr J II Rlgsbv She has been attending school at Midway Ky Trouble Makers Ousted When a sullerer from stomach troub le takes Dr Kings New Life Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion lly but moro lies tickled over his new fiDe appetite slrong nerves healthy vigor all because liver and kidneys now work right 25c at R E McRoberts 1m GILES Mr James Doollng sold Herbert Doollng a horse for 1100 Mrs Sam Moherley visited Mrs Davis last Sunday Lovle the handsome little daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Trew Is very sick at this writing Mm John Dailoy visited her parents Mr and Mrs Moras Murphy last We are sorry to report that the little son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Is very sick Miss Iva Duncan and Shirley Land drove to Richmond last Saiurda where they were united In marriage The good wishes of many friends at tend them Mrs Leo Murphy who has been very sick Is Improving and we hope wilt soon le all right Mr Joe Gill bought some corn from Wesley Simpson for 1350 per barrel Miss Blanche Stotla was visiting friends In Madison county last week We are glad to report that Mrs Joe Davis who has been very sick for some time Is up again Mr and Mrs Ed Chandler visited Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis lost week Mr James Oaheart tint writing Mrs Riley Davis Im been called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Cordle Fain who Is very sick Mr Raymond Davis was In Crab Orchard last week to see his grand mother who Is very kick and la not ex to Urn very long o e r ro I some things dry Statea IIr Journal wona Hayden Levi Sowders Mrs J II stomach Raymond Sunday Is very sick ma cause because tat fOt hare o exp te a wretc Elect regale purl church Blankeuel 11umpU e tip O I MEMORIAL DAB I MoKendree Methodist Church Hubble Ky A Live Coun try Church WhY called MoKondrco Church was answered In spccal services Sun day 23 forenoon and afternoon In service and recital of n notablo pioneer history of gospel extension In the Ken lucky wilderness a century ago tho address being given the pastor of that church D E II Pearcc It was an Ideal day with church folk of all Ing counties of Lincoln Garrard Boylo tilling tho houso and shaded grounds of the church In attendance on time services There was a beautiful dinner for all between the services and narrative record of the morning nutJ thd Icssoli of Its application In the afternoon was received with marked Interest In addition to tho connectional his tory of a century ago tho fact that the parish territory of Ihomcmbcrshlp of tho congregation Is In the exact ge ographlcat center of Kentucky as of located gave added Interest to the history and Its lesions William McKendree a distinguished pioneer minister of Virginia and Ken lucky and later 16031835 u Bishop of the Methodist church lu America was intro In Amelia Virginia 1767 and died at Nashville Tenu 1835 At 22 years of ago lu 1779 he enlisted In the Continental army Of marked capacity and energy ho was soon pro muted from the ranks to the General staff of Washington and closed his soldier career with surrender of Corn wallls at Yorktown Va 1781 Pro foundly converted a few years later lie decides gospel ministry and Is ordained 1788 After live years loin ministry In pastorates of Virginia ho gathers lo himself coworkers of the same tearless and devoted soul as himself Into pathless forests on horseback they come sometimes as guests In the bumble cabin of the lonely settler betimes camping at night beneath cliffs or trees and cooking their own food swimming swollen slrsams nar rowly escaping again the knife and rifle of the lurking Indian or the frau tier desperado seeking the settlers oue at a time In scattered atodes and collecting them again together to gospel ministry su time message Is served lu four or live great states of the Mississippi Valley fur fifteen years by McKendree and his coworkers so from 1703 to 1808 he serves and foundation o t the Methodist church In the great West and South and In broad fraternal spirit encjur ages the fellowsbjp and life of sister churches Su be Is found In camp and In toll In Kentucky In the year 1800 between Dlx river and Hanging Fork out of his labors a society gathered and a log chapel erected on the present site of the EnglemanIIarrls farm six miles East from Danville and six miles West from Lancaster Ky Almost within riflle shot of the old Altar of wilderness witch had con tlnued for 20 years also after mlgra lion and dealb bad removed the old pioneers and descendants and the old church Is In dust In 1SS7 22 years ego and three quarters of a ceo the McKendree the present church Is organized vigorous development and erects present building on Its beautiful and commanding alte which It McKendree as a memorial to pioneer circuit rider and Bishop of the Kentucky wilderness hence the name Out of the old settlers that gathered to the rude forest alter on the Dlx river cliffy came also some of the seed lo spring up and continue for years of honored usefulness In the Providence Baptist Church three miles List of Danville Us site recently and membership removed and merged in time Baptist church of Danville For gospel Incentive and service today amid the rush and crush of a hurrying age the lesson of the history as one of the stilled voices of time past Is Indeed fairly a story of compelling power Daniel Webster In a great creation on Bunker Hill once said A people that would not learn lessons from a worthy and heroic past had no future before them worth having Another has equally well said that where history Is there pod is so far as truth Is concerned Another Impressive element In service and memorial of that Sunday was Mississippi Valley Bolhero seemed to the past 22 years of the present mem of McKendreo from the sane states seem to have been brought from distant residence In the same states to regalher reside and worship at time same Altar erected drat und named later tlio present generation for him A bit nearly a cen after time old of Me Kendroe has vanished from tho earth tills return of the neutered comes back to time Altar of old Jerusalem a peculiar moderndayone event of cross toward which all creation moves Time speaker closed with the thought that a from now me forgotten as that of the Ken fur us and them than the old hymn of our trust today tt r f vllug liotnt lo QoU Tr 7 r ngwtbd vr loon their Unn la M shall o i 7 In IE J Ma b nominations from Lime thtee adJoin aud- I unt toenter otcandy log fury present they that as covered tour or tlve states of the a the hoInigh tuck but toy us and for them ot a on yet no memurlal could be moro tow hi waf our Yatkerd I f dens h lathe from rainier t ns wblltera to ra trl reautrectl day unbor hallow the irvd hasp ass ryt sq rue fed Lea fit of T General News Senator Aldrich forced yates on tho soft tobacco schedules time usual result lira recominendatlona of the committee being sustained Tho State Hoard of Valuation at Frankfort reduced tho franchise vIII nation for assessment purposes of tho Western Union TclcgMph Compunt from 1000000 to 1700000 Ono hundred and twcutyllvohorses will bo shipped from James B Hag gins Ernendorf farm for solo In tho Argentine Republic This l said to be the largest shipment over made to South America from tits United States Senator Bradley made a strong plea for tho removal of Iho sixcent tax on tobacco In a speech delivered In the Senate Ho declared that tho grow ova were at time mercy of the trust and said that nightriding woe duo to tho trusts oppression The Exposl flan at Seattle was formally opened Tuesday President pressed the signal key In the Whlto House at Washington which sot lime machinery time big show In motion At there was an elaborate programme Including a military and naval parade and an address by James J lull The Lincoln status at Hodgcnvllle was unveiled In tho presence of Robert Lincoln Ron of the martyred Presl dent Tho curd was pulled by Mr Ben Hardln Helm of the famous chief of time nation Addresses were delivered by John M Alherton Henry Witttcrson former Chief Jus C ORear the lion E J Me Dermott Judge George DuRello and others Mr Lincoln was unable to Lincoln farm his fathers birth place owing to Illness duo to the heat Time will of the lato Henry H Rogers the Standard 011 millionaire was ad intttcd to probate at New York Practically the entire estate valued according to Wall street estimates at between 150000000 and 175000000 will ultimately be divided among the four children and their heirs The onlv public bequest Is ono of 100000 to the tows of Falrhaven Mass Mr Rogers blrlhplace to be used for school purposes Just after the Senate adjourned Senator Bailey of Texas and W S Manning of the New York engaged lu a tight There was a reference to Mr Baileys characterization of the New York Times writer as an Infamous liar sad too soon for bystanders to appro hend what It was all about Manning struck Bailey with his unbrella the two men clinched They were separated without Injury Want No Other N G McDonnald Merchant Avon Ky says I handle several stock foods and hug remedies but my cus tomers want Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy An epidemic of hug cholera broke out In tints locality and It cured every case In winch It was used Sold by Mount Co HAKKSBUHi Taylor Burdetle bought a 4 year old harness mare of Rue Montgomery for 172 Jno Simpsoii sold a lot of calves for us per head to Mr Tluder of Lan caster Mr Gosney sold to Jess Fcx a lot of old sheep and lambs at Wper head T sold his Hprlnglamhs to John Johnson of Boyle county per head Mr Will Floyd and wire or Parks vllle were weekend guest of Mr and and Mrs John Woods Mr Prowltl of Freedom was Ihe guest of Mr John Mirseo Saturday and Sunday Messrs Joe Carpenter and John Turner of Ml Hebron visited Mr Noah Marsee Sunday Miss Elizabeth Simpson has hone from Lextnglon otter a short stay with the family of Mr Cook Mrs Ella Cecil and son came over from Danville and spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Mesdames Ray Sutton of Kirks vlllo and Mrs Grimes of Nicholas vllle are at the bedside of Mrs Robt Smith whose life Is at a very low ebb Mrs Elizabeth Burgess chaproncd a small party to ice the scenery on Ky River A boat ride part of the program and a most delightful day was spent Misses Georgia Dunn Carrie Arnold and J L Dunn returned homo from Paint Lick whore they have been In the Interest of Sunday School Work Mr Vaughn Seo of the Interns tlonal State Sunday School Hoard muscle a talk Sunday morning to the Sunday School A Prospective shelter A wellknown senator Will asked politician worn always making foci a howl about limo vntlou of our forests ho Piled they probably never know Juat whop they may liavo to take to tho woody Succeni Magazine Yon Never Can Tell just exactly the cause of your rlieuma tiara but you know you have It Do you know that Snow Llnl mont will cure Itf relieves the pain reduces the swelling and limbers Iho Joints apd muscles so that you will active and well as you star wore Price 25o Goo and 1100 R K Mc Roberta Ito I with I I I I Alaska Yukonaclno Taft I Seattle lice E visit Times ands J R toeD Chesnut returned why wore rUe Mallard aca i r 1n law a- ID woes ream Oil a bas Y t a Every clement of both style and quality is to be found in Shield Brand Clothing It appeals most forcibly to those who recognize the importance of these two features and is a revela tion to those who do not As a matter of business consider Shield Brand in connection with any other clothing sold at prices within the range 10 the Lowest and be guided by the same principles as when ranking any other investment and you buy Shield Brand every time- x Special For One Week Boat Grain Popper t only lOcts Bost Brass Vnsli Board 2Gc each Best Machine Oil Gets 10 dozen shirts worth 100 only GOc ouch 38 inch shooting only Go yard Sanders Hicks Stone KY and Lovd IW Will Not Go Fur Wrong Let us a little permit nature to take her own wnyl she better understands her own strata than wa Mnnlatguo WANTED Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD OLEAN EGGS and Hone Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Shicg seen of S20the Highest wilt Paultry Eggs N rthcott s 1 r r and fl1Ba 1 f n ri I III VQ lllltO I LtlntlJOr 11 COli null r i to I life of Coil I I I nnd IJuu1h rIT r us n bfilT i I j t Sanders SCI I j s- y a rM fRAlrryMAf iturullttsetl tllo- 1lttitcalor ittul r 1l nuufdlluring trill cOntiutto inrr II- fu11 Situll- Brlclt gtYti loo er a erse MV4AOIVlO1AMM1shr i THIS National Bank Of Lancaster ljLaL P50L S1000 A U DENNY trtildint J B STOIUIES Viet Iritt S C HEXNV Cubic J F Robinson Aut Cashr R T Kmbry DIIIKUTUII- SSarnl D Cochran Alex It Onnny A C Robinson John K Stormw S C DennY J LGIII WI Williams Surplus Rook kecper XX i your Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELDEN- as they will Insure Tobacco also Office National Hank of Lancaster 1honc 31 1 you J J WXLKKU President I Safely DeposllBJIes for n 11 i We Solid Your Bnsiness I I un J8 JOIINIION Vlro lreat OKQANIZOD I88j The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KV CAPITOL 50000 SURPLUS 15000 B F HUDSON Cashier 1 WO RIONKV AMtCuhr U I WALKKH j Business Solicited rrompt and Careful Attention DIRKOTOUS WalkerIArnold V e keeper a tmta n McCormack Wood MACHINES IBinders 122 50 Mowers 4250 m Hay Rakes 2250 ljj Tobacco Transplanters 5250 J E Co Il ii i 1 itvar r HWl n ln j m fri fTI fr iftll 11 A L Mount B1AZLEY UNDERTAKER ArteriAl au Cayftl Oil u4avllle ballsiag- orlre 81151 FULL LINt Of CASKETS ASH UUItlAL HOHKS ALWAYS IN STOCK SUBSCRIBE FOR RECORD I h j j S hurries Jf Driving Wagons Phaetons L I Buggies rCwPy r 1 have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock ever shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed 1 will save you rnonfey Come find W J RomansLancaster Kentucky T t I p seer i OTANDAnDIICO ForAll Live Stock R E ASK rOK PNEB BOOKLET rLa tea etc o er se Gossip About People S eNe A Brief Mention of the ml Oolnjt by Thou Wi Art Inlcreilrd In Mrs Jack Adams visited friend In Paint Lick MrJeiso Dk Wcaren of Stanford was here Monday Mary Kate Singleton 1ms returned from college at Georgetown 51lKiCalllo AdnmH visited Miss Lee ul Ulchtnond Sunday Misses Sara and Mary Rued were visitors In Flalwoodii Sunday Mr Fleece Harden of London In llio guest of Mra llullu llnrnslde Miss Kilzk Icon of Lower flurrard In mho guest of MrH Win U Cook Mrs A V Kavniinugh Is In Rich mend with Mr and Mrs George hallow Miss May Davis loft Monday for u visit to Mrs Molloy of lie rcn Mrs J 0 McCarloy In In Hprlngllold on u visit to her daughter Mrs J F Pdltus Ray Viuidoll of Stanford wile the guest Friday of his cousin llov O U Brown J W Arnold children of lljchmond aroguusta ofMm J S Johnson Miss Emma Hughes Hays ol Stan Is visiting Mr and Mrs James A Heazloy J A llouzloy Is In Ulnclniml attend Ing time National Funeral Directors association llov and Mm 0 P hills uro at from u visit to Mrs Kniiim Hush of lllchmundMchsra and W II Wearon of Stanford warn visitor lioro Sunday Miss Mumble Olalr Arnold of Paris spout Saturday anti Sunday wjth Mks Faniilo Austin Mr Qoooli anal Miss Lucy Walker Doty worn vUltorsjIu Rich mum Sunday Mrs 1 Rice o liu hjljojelflsUlinf her uiutlieri Mrs rO Id I Comln 0 u 0 I lrffit her I who L r i Wuoclll f t Of Ito V J L tp wt 1 rather I k t and furl t r ltloqnt d J II- i CAGY AND BArC TO USE KINCJWOUM SUtATailS IMC DESTROYS DISEASE AND ntuvus AWAY FLIES EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE j THE IDEAL KILLS LICE TICKS MITES CURDS rNOF SCAB 11 GERMS FLEAS NON IRRIYATINC DIP THE Karrard Bank Trust Co ISCOIUOUATKO Capital Stock 5000000 U MeKOniiRTS Prcst J C liubanks t Vice Prcs R I Burton 2 Vice Prcs J V ItUIORK Cashier D V 1 mi A nt C slider R I Klkin Hook Keeper We Invite Your Patronage Farmers Bank f t t t ti LuncnHlul e Jij J l Time L r Ky- I 1k ls A Murkoburv Mrs K U llarnard of Washington D 0 Is hero fur a stay with her moth er Mrs Patty Gill Mr and Mrs R P llallcy of San Hafiiel Cal are visiting her father Cupt Time C W H M hold their month ly meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church Misses Sara Heed and Nora Clark attended the box supper at Paint Lick Saturday night Mrs W K little son V K Jr of Stanford are visiting the MlhsesShugars Miss Dovo 11 Harris of Danville hors been visiting her sister art S U Anderson and funnily Miss Klluboth Adams of Mt Vet non Is the guest of her cousins Miss es Ualllo and Mettle Adams II Clay KaulTman will return this week from St Louis where ho has been attending law school Miss Julia Reid has taken rooms with Mrs Isaac Hamilton where she will bo glad to meet her friends Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson have returned from a stay week In Ash vlllc Knoxvlllo Tenn MKS Mary Gaines daughter of W U Gaines of Stanford hums been visit ins her cousin Claud Rico Games Mcsdumcs Alexander Kennedy and daughter Win Farnann left this week visit to Lexington friend Mr James Rico Drown of Chicago wero guests fur several days of Sirs Nancy Brown and Mrs JA Royston Miss Gladys Frlsblo leave tomor row for a stay of several weeks with Mr and Mrs R E Hughes of Louis vlllo Mr James Robinson Jr a popular young banker nf Danville was u guest of Ins undo J K Robinson on Mon dayMr D 0 Walker returned from Limo West Sunday accompanied by his his tor Mrs Robert Ilrewor and hot little child Dr anti Mrs J M Stanghton of Covlngton arrived Sunday night a stay wlti Mrs II A li Marksbury anti family Mrs Vincent and children of IJlritiluulmw Ala are hero a U r A Elkin Shularll and eta N O and for U for Arnold for visit to her patents Mr and Mrs James llurnsldo Mr John Hills of Rosowoll Now Mexico Is visiting relatives here Ho brought some horned frogs with him that are curiosities Mr and Mrs Cuss 0 lumber an flounce limo arrival Of their Hula laughter Monday May 21th Christine Elizabeth- An impromptu danco was given Friday night at Armory Hall About 1C couples wore present sad a very on Jorablo time was reported Dr James H Kinnaird was In at tendance at a meeting of Limo Kentuc ky State Railway Surgeons which mold In Newport last week Mm Albert K Dlackmcr of St Louts Mlle tattle Ylcser of Danville and Miss Lucie Francis of Point Lick visited Mrs F S Hughes this weekMr and Mrs A W Kavanaugh en tertained at their suburban homo evening at a 0 oclock dinner In honor of Mr and Mrs Lewis L Walker Mrs Bradford Jennings and little Henry Clay of Pecos Texas will arrive the latter part of the week for a protracted visit to Mr and Mrs Altx Duty Mr and Mrs Robert Gulley of Me Crcary entertained a party of 12 friend at their country home ono evening quite recently at a straw beiry feast Mcsdamcs R E McRoberts and J It Mount and Misses Sallle Elkin and Joan Mount attended a reception glVcn by Mrs P M McRoberts at Stanford last week Mrs F P Friable J L Gill and J 8 Haselden went to Louisville last Saturday to bo Initiated unto tho order of Mystic Shrlncrs They with J II Kinnaird and J W Sweeney will return next Sunday to attend the National Convention of time Imperial Council of Shrlners A Thrilling How Ilert R Lane of Chcny weak was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill the world A hard cold ho writes brought on a lung trouble that battled an ex pert doctor here Then I paid tlO to 115 a visit to a lung specialist In Spo kane who did not help me Then 1 went to California but without At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery wnlch completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme roc and 1100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by It K MRobcrts lam IIUCKKVE Mrs Herbert Whlttakcr has been very sick of the mumps Miss Lula Hest has returned to her home In Moreland after a two months Visit to her sister Mrs Bugle Miss Ruth Ray was the guest of Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Lancaster last weekMr Edd DIckerson visited his aunt Mrs Willie Ray of Madison lust week Mr and Mrs Jim Prathci of Lan caster visited their daughter Mrs Mai Carter Wednesday Mrs Mal Carter and son Robert visited relatives In Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday Miss Stella Ford Ray of Madison was the guest of Miss Mamie Dicker son several days last week UNION Mr Stone of McCreary visited his sister Mrs J D Nave SundayMr Fields and wife of Fleming county are visiting his children Mr J S Fields and Mrs C W Graves Misses Elizabeth Murphy Eva Wil sot and Mr Muck Morgan are at home from Urea college G W Connor of Strlngtown was with relatives here Sunday Miss Louie Archer returned from several months visit sister Mrs Arthur Green In Illinois Mrs Green accompanied her home for a short stayRev W 0 McCallum of Lexing ton preached two excellent sermons at Fairview Sunday to Immense audi enceaMr Woods Walker went to Sunday to see hums lather who Is at the Norton Infirmary Mrs John Hurt of Point was til guest of friends Sunday at this placeMr John Newland and family Mrs Win Moberley at McCreary lust week Mrs Efllah Creech and children of Pttlnt Lick visited Mrs Julia New land the first of tho week GA11TKUHYILLE Mrs Clara Wyllo Is visiting homo folks at this week Mr Gathllf Smith got his hand cut by tho circular saw while totting head blocks at Mr Ebb Whites mill Ono Mr George Robmions twins and was burled at Copper Creek tie 85 Little Hallle Carter U very sick at this writing Tho Cartersvllle Comotery was beautifully decorated David McCollum cameo from Wallace ton and brought sorao nice lowers Mrs Rachel McQuorry U Improving slowly being seta to bo moved home win J O Sell slaill Louisville Leavoll visited his sister East of diet Saturday 1 1 christened Saturday sun Rescue desperate benefit us toper J Mrs a Complimentary to Qarnrd County Mr Roy A llnync editor of the Hlllsboro Ohio Dispatch utter spend ing vacation with Ills wifes par cults Mr null Mrs W II Mown writes tho following description of II In excellent paper In behalf of Uarrard County lirothor Hayncti wo raise our hats to YOU There I probably no more noted agricultural district In the United Stales lliun time llluo Grass region of Kentucky Till region marvel ously diversllled rangu of crop produc lions Including all grains grown In this Immediate section with the ad dition of tobacco and alfalfa Ye Editor having Just returned from a most delightful hojourn lu llicsu Is tilled with must opllmlsllc prophecies for that country The un dulating holds of waving wheat now fully herded gives promise of an abundant ciopwnlle hundreds of of rich chocolate colored soil mire even ly covered with the dark green hemp plant now snoop and resembling the ragweed but which will soon rcuuh to the height of 12 or 10 when these hemp holds arc cut und shucked llioy will call most vividly to mind the happy and accurate description by John Url Lloyd an Indian Camp of Wigwams 1lils crop I an unusally prolllublo one and can only bo raised In six or eight cuunlles In the very heart of the Ulue Grass Seldom has such a tremendous crop of tobacco been planted In Ky as that being planted now In the While hut Icy district The cstlmulcd produc lion from the 40 White Burley Coun ties 18200000000 pounds Many farmers realized us much as 1300 per acre from their crop last year and as a consequence new lands have been broken und tho landscape Is thickly dulled with the white can yeas covering the tobacco beds and tho culislrucllon of new burns built to uccomodato a 6 to 10 acre crop Is bclog rushed to completion almost every valley and hillside Much of the corn crop Is up and has been cultivated once or twice The white variety Is raised almost exclu sively and hull land almost too preclpl llous to allow cultivation annually yields lo the husbandman not golden white crops reckoned by the barrel to time sum of fifteen or twenty per acre Time native fcrlllly of the soil Is Indeed remarkable and commercial fertilizer Iscomparullvcly an unknown quantity to time liluo Grass farmer The constantly disintegrating lime stone lying just below the surface soil furnishes mini Inexpensive highly pro ducllve and never fulling supply of fertilityTo a typical Kentucky hue Grass pasture field unstintedly dotted with groups of majestic oaks Ideally watered by sparkling brooks with their lime stone beds circumscribed by boundrlcs of stone fence slave bulll before the war populated with Ihc favorite Short Horn export cattle or the South down sheep luxuriating in the native grass knee deep This all constitutes a picture beautiful to be hold and has inspired time brush of many an artist These historic pas ture Holds are usually large In extent and seldom If over broken resulting In a thick heavy mat of grass seeding themselves year utter pear The landowners as a rule live on their farms In commodious wellkept homes of Colonial design and In these homes the proverbial hospitality Is found In reality even In greater degree than In proverb Wo never cease to be highly and edltled by too thrilling nar ratives exquisitely and quaintly told by the older people of the experiences during time years of the war For over the Lexington national road and as line a road bed as was ever construct ed passed tliqusands of soldiers of both armies und some or the great camps of the war were pitched In this territory Hud seceded It would have been battle ground of the war and ruined beyond all rec ognition As It Is It Is prospering as never before and with diversified agricultural products numberless oil and gas wells magnifi cent forests of varied species of tim ber rich coal mines and a most hos pitable people It is unique In natural advantages and an Ideal spot In which to enjoy a vacation Good Business For Solo Tin furniture business Is the only business in town without and time old established firm of J 0 Robinson will make money for the The stock has been reduced and can bo bought reasonably For particulars write T J or J li Collier Lancaster HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES The that cause skin diseases must bo drawn to the surface of and destroyed for external uro will do this anil will permanently euro every form of sense ealo everywhere Write for li W Louts For sale ul MoRjborts Drug Store NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now U thu time of year to feed your fowls u good tonic Hx 41111 cures Cholera Gapes Uoup Canker and Ltuiborneck When fed as u proven tatlvolt not wily ke i lhem healthy but makes them lay Tutee Cu cents No Cure No Pay Guaranteed by our druggist II H McUQUKlim Try It under tho guarantee Ask fcr booklet on diseases of poultry 3123m his hemp parts acres entertained time state ed Pll V sample CoSt J Ills Rasa feud but anuwy the today com min de maser time skin Business Items WhtuyoulhlnkWUnirecrthH Htfr UlllUtilinpWiT For put Ico IsUic most sanitary It Try It lYa Elkiiurson Trop tnakc vcrsable as new Lari hter ijle 62821 For Solo Hlason Lost nn May 1st a gold seal ting with this olllco Vard Lost stud about caret Find cr receive toward Yes Oth You can get time ready Roollpg and Uiof and W W column 430 tf I hate spilt tobacco sticks I for sal els 1 save mCnoy and get premiums O D Powell If you are In market residences handles Notice All persons Indebted Cold Ice Our Ice wagon has started for T S Elkln Son The Star Cleaning Company will Faulconer Mgr Notice Ilavlngscttlcd the accounts of Louis a slnor and asking the trust on thereof to It u Assignee Vrf Louis Landram This 10th day of May lOOtf 61441 Uptodate line of j Harness Buggies i Deering Binders and Mowers m Full line of jp American Wire Fence any height Tinware Hardware Woodenware Large lino of Can Goods P special price by dozen and gjj case A lot of good Lumber at special price BECKERsl I Marlft Co 11RYANTSVIM KY Phones 15T and 370A Well Drilling Having a flrstolasa Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Wator or Oil Wells Im prepared drill them any dcbth Nor further Information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky tlf II I pftdoce bn1ttCIIlmn l1IthaloowftH tu ntbrendirOnPUStWp5puaml VlklJaud VpI1LhlseUte reIIlrbreallUPIntRrTsun lI Cluse w I ton to tba with d lrlce reasons hIPd oJoc W t lot May lltlnt Nut c 11111 In woooo For p s write L Sanders Ii 28It bOrchar Ky 2 Trade t r a wall p et wo tI ay for to cover tolJ co tocl rns 0111 IJYII IJ y from Io oak price and me best 430 tr est C or J U I OnlC pl e cull nt Ids n seLtie It J n- ollie J ublnson tr Ute and wo wm b1ltlpd ttJIIIY- OI 1111 6 3t clear 1 ur tithes neat Illv Ladles I r Skirts a III d r north of Whl Baptist larch hone 210 LIII cuur to barge nmo fro the and r ease m from aces her y glv otlco ul hat may co ern D radon f Farqlla I m I e m e nls r III to laguAtvarM ymrnlde mesMriMI- tagsrrfut almsap NrtamerleRttedhlgh 1Wsu rote vrrrtrb1f tureens 2k4 her vegetabler W1L4Ynrd Gate bast flierkvltltaAnd1arvnelturbKChILfouutl r283t- II 0 amnl Is pre are bad ram ui het urta receive Dial and rein a a and bursda bet mother or bone ti cans goo coin atJow 1s cash she a ling a mid fogs the tub will d r xor stn eckKS press at I owls ram r lab D Q W 1 t3 QQ gd 1 I 1 l J r L B L Wttd Iriii W C riih VIet IWt W 0 Kimpir Cubist PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKrUIUTKD 4 Je o xsaa wr fin oMru wt rr r iro i 4- P Wo offer you fair treat mont with ovory accom modation that is conslstont with conservative Banking CAPITAL 1600000 SURPlfVS 900000 DIMBOTOHM M COY ROODYN B WOODS wo ritn RI ARNOLD J 8 BORROWS EL WOODS W C WYNN I Our Customers ere Fully Protected by hdolity and Casuality InsuranceIt I JIII H Free What Gold Stamps Do you save GOLD STAMPS If not why not They furnish your home FREE the best merchants give them with all purchases Start Collecting Gold Stamps Todaya- nd secure some of the many useful ornamental house hold articles given in exchange The following mer chants give them freely one i with each locpurchase H T Logan Clothing and Shoes Mercantile Co Goods and Notions- r R E McRoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries- W M Bond Meat Cutter You have got to buy Groceries Dry Goods Shoes and ether commodities from some one The merchant In glvlngyou GOLD STAMPS charges no more but enables you to furnish your home FREE with many useful and ornamental articles absolutely Free by earning premiums on money you have got to spend with Start Saving ToDay Free Free Dry I someone The Joseph i Freenr MWH You Are fullY Protected against poor bread cake or pastry if you use OBELISK FLOUR to bake with Gone forever will be poor bread or biscuits heavy cake or soggy pastry Obelisk flour is the delight of good cooks the salvation of poor ones a sack to day and your baking worries will be over Black Bear Coal for Cooking Moth of the above furnished by BANKS HUDSON We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt been open regular for Some timo but will bo opened ovory Saturday now Come lu and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO LANCASTER Qolored Fair 12 13 i i j v 0 t j j August I n Order I L 1 M t i f r s 1ieeeeee4ee4eeow4 eeeeeeoeeea d ee4eoeooeafooeeeseeeee 11 Jj V Morrowt Grnilitnte Optician atatiel Fitted fUtlifsctlon Onarsnteed Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Coininlsslon Titles Abstracted Pious 221 onice office over am toll Storinrs Unit Store B F Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Office Aruolda Millinery H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor ntoNK a J Office corner Islington St and Pnblle Squire Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts U S District Court Ofllce over Police Court Phone Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTKR KENTUCKY HI Only White Barber In Town North tide n Public Square DR A 5 PRICE will practice Dentistry at his hump Richmond eve ever Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Stonewall Jackson Jr Tbli Sue black saddle italllou Bred bj Addle breeding italllon Old Stone wall Till coin dam w a Denmark mare lie Is a nice colt lie hal to prove hli good breeding Will stand si S to I mure un ill weaning time We bold lien on all colti until paid for Hunen mares made to land by the linpreguator We nave perfect breeding Billy Breckinridge flue blackjack wai aired by Major John D Harris Imported jack tie will make the season of 1909 at my barn at 8 to Insure a colt until time Ills get of U08 n now on m farm to show for liU good breeding li sure foal A T TKAYLOR A 80S8 Ileaiant Hill Breeding Farm Stanford ItF I No 4 TINE FARM IN UKKAHD COUNTY Ion SALE A Sine blue grain farm lor sale situated on new pike near Jolnt and ill miles aoutli of Larcaitir remaining aw acres well located In good ueUhborbood being part of John Walker times with a handsome new residence thereon with all outbuildings good new barn OiW Well watered six never falling spring and reek running through Ti u i In haul balance one two from bearing ill per cent interest until paid feriuui looking for such place pleaio write or lee W 0 WALKER Htaulord A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO stops Instantly and will euro any case of or scalp tho dandruff and prevents falling hair It will give tho scalp clean and everywhere write for earn pie B W Co St Bate at Molloberts Drug Store Ask for Hainple KILL COUCH MI CURE THE LUNGS Dr Niw our e I rn to 4 Mill 10 INSURA1 OE HOUSE JOJJOI was colt a This wean In Leavell toe l ash d 01 ale K Itchln 8alo or WITH Discovery I I m v ewarrwr r vine roa a WALTER over e I 1 an ee- Y dooioeeoeoeoeoeeoeo C the great aa mace In eli 1 I t Ilea getter 3193 1 J j two story even room necessary 1 an year Lou 4 J I FOR Br8P JlICR arn Tries lows fee OB MOMKY KXCUNOKO K U McRoberts Drug Surd ANI All TNAIAT AND LUNDTIOUILE- IARA XDiATI8PAOTO LIlly STOCK MAltKKT CINCINNATI UNION 8TOCK YARDS tttceiri ga- BM mnii It- CATtLKi ghlpffts Kilra looil tl choice Common to fir lltlf r citra Common to Mir Cows eitrit Qoul to choice Common to fair Canner nnlli balognti- KxtM INJ 3ra Ml Trt OtVjM 10 M 6 t TV S JJ SU3I75 SOd HO 4B094IW CALVKS extra T looil Common sod lafge S 4f T W- IIOOS Rood r ctr and butchers T 4X 7 4 packers TIK 40- BU Common to choice hoary io i A Hi A 7V3 6 S- OftiKvafttf 8 l IM 4BO 9900 8 on 8 M 0097 M ft onQt t 74 IMft 110 lent SIIKKPioxtra food to choice Common to fair Good tocholca Common to fair Yearling KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Tho following are the dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky Fairs fur 1009 as fur as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omis skins or correction of dates LANCASTER JULY283DAYS Lancaster Fair Col days Stanford July 21 3 days Henderson July days Georgetown July 27 5 days Madlsonvllle August days Winchester Augusts 4 days Blue Grays Fair Lexington August 00 days Taylorsvllle August 10 4 days Uniontown August 10 5 days Ilarrodnburg August days LcltchUeld August 17 4 Darboursvllle August 18 3 Drodhead August 18 3 days Shepherdsvllle August 8 3 days Ewing August 10 3 days Shelby vllle August 24 5 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 i days Frankfort August days Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsvllle September 1 5 days Fern Creek September days Bardstown September 1 I days Hodgcnvllle September days Monticello September days Glasgow September 8 4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September days ScotUvllle September days Bedford October days Berea August 5 0 and 7 Farm and Stock A D Ford sold to Lurlnda flames 122 acres of land nearBourne this county for J4COO 0 B Swlnebroad bought 4 One reg istered cows at the Jersey sale In Nashville Tenn last week They are test cows and have shown 171 to 19 pounds of butter per week Juno Is the busy month for lIce and mites In the poultry quarters An ouncaof preventative Is better than a ton of cnreDont let them get a start Lice are not fond of clean quarters Cleanliness Is the first prescription for lice prevention If you have not al done so give the Inside of the house a good castor whitewash strong ly tinctured with carbolic acid Wheat culture has been under by tho Kansas experiment station At the beginning 010 varle ties were taken The following har vest 204 varieties were so fur behind us to bo counted out of the running and a year later all but 30 of these va rletles were eliminated from the race These 30 varieties are now In the ground and the one which shows the best yield next harvest will be deco rated the king wheat of Kansas At the Kentucky station similar work Is gulag on Keep the farm crops on the farm and ship the meat and the butter and the milk and the cheese Is the com monsense advice of Secretary Wilson This Insure fertility Every ton of corn shipped to market Icses tho farm 33 pounds of nitrogen 12 pounds of phosphoric acid and 7 pounds of pot ash Figure this out on the boots of the printed analysts on the fertilizer bags and see how much the farm loses with each corn sale If fed 80 to IK per cent of thcs constituents go the manure By tho way Uncle Jim says to bo BUrl and haul out and spread your manure us fast us made Going Upl You remember how low all the are In that little town whore you wore born said None of them over two oracles Well when I told Aunt Jessie that you had moved up to tho seventh floor silo cried and cried Shu didnt sleep a wink tho I tint night she said site wM so afraid you would fall out the window Roads to Wisdom There are three by which we can come to wisdom First by mean of meditation j tills I the noblest way Second by meant of Imitation this U vastest way and third by means of experience this Is the most dim cult way Confucius Grist Sues F P Flay Jr Purls Ky says I have had great success wllli Bourbon Poultry Cure On several occasions have cured chickens that were too tick to walk or stand up Have lost but one old chicken this For sale by Mount Co t Csnle 1 ulrA 1I1 to choice II trjtll SO 4 InjfllOO I O Fair to J 1I1 t II tS fat Wet a II 11111 4 t 1 AUK 123 275 35 113 days- d days 314 313 15 73 74 130 103 12 read soil I I Into- d oho I ways tllu J B I Jna9 Neyo ghecp isUf4aW 146A- notchetsleet A d flood 6 Ut4 01S 1r5A52t 4004610 9Mp4aS Fat halls aAA t2S Light sidlper t4and tAMiISlextra Investigation I houses year A More about the Creamery Yearn many farms In what Is now known as Iho Kdgln Creamery licit were covered by mortgages Thl howovjr was before tho advent of the creamery It Is now a land that truly chief products other things are merely secondary and supple mentary to these Mutter and milk being absolute necessities of life their mar ket1s more staple and reliable than any other product of farm or feebly the maker of good butter goes hand In hand with success Tile average herd In I ho Elgin belt was from about 20 to CO head They are carefully bred and selected properly housed and fed and are returning to their owners a golden fortune As nn example one patron last year averaged per head on 11 cows for butter sold 180000 worth of hugs raised from tho skimmed milk saving 11 choice calves to Increase his held and sold the remainder for veal This Is opt an exceptional case hut the general rule Their toed Is cloverhny and ensilage for tough ness with a balanced ration of corn oats and bran Sumo few finishes the bill of fare What can be done around Elgin can bo done around Lancas ter We can ralso as good herds as We can raise every thing necessary to feed them and In bluegrass wo can go them one better than their pararlo grass So with natural advantages In our favor let us Inject a little Yanklo hustle Into our blood and we shelf see era In Qarrurd County The Creamery will now run continuously and Mr Currey will make butter that will bring tho top Elgin quotation As many routs will be started as can bo made profitable and prcniantini end all routes starlcd will bo permanent Lexington Route No 1 Is now established and will run regu larly from Rufus Mossl mile north of Bryantsvllle to Lancaster Notice will be given as other routes arc established I shall take pleasure In making Individual test for my pat build up a profitable herd In all things that I may be of ser vice to you command me Yours faithfully HENLEY V BASTIN I j i I L n lW ItiWW m n- i n n Mows with milk sllti butter considered by oil Mono ot the li must prUlperuu regions of the worM Milk and butter are the l I- It d a 110300 t t- t use barley and cotton seed meal with success lurltrle t- I1 tile a new ij l t lg rons so that they may eliminate their unprofitable cows and la I i tttts tns rlaatrMasdad narrasrtr lii C ago I and is It 1 i q l l- ti j n grass tt t9 l tt7 a i nt t- t 4i7 tr tea 7 p s- eeyI U Ii tl For Sale One of the best making f In Uarrard Write forbargain II price and 628Ot Buena Vista Ky BUENA VISTA lion Robert Tomlinson and son Robert spent Sunday with his broth erinlaw J 0 Robinson Miss Alice Scott Is at home for her summer vacation Miss Myrtle Ruble Is visiting In Durgln Miss Moddell King Is home from Campbell Hageman College An open session of the V 0 T U will be held Sunday afternoon Sub ject What is the W C T U do IngA few weeks ago we stated that Miss Arnold was elected President ol this District at the S S Convention held here It should have been Miss Eliza Ison Ruble Bros have sold there cattle at both distilleries at I5i5 R P Ison who lives near Lancaster spend Sunday night with relatives hereMuch excitement was caused last Thursday morning when It was learn ed that the meat house of J W Scott had been entered and meat stolen Mulligans and his blood hounds were ordered from Lexington The thieves were traced to the pike but It seemed there It was loaded Into a wagon A falling shower also prevented Luther trail Had8omethlng of a Sinecure Aa far back ai the reign of Queen Elizabeth there was A crown official known as the uucorker of ocean bot ties whose duty It waa to open all sealed bottles cast up by the sea and examine tbo contents The omclal uncorker continued to floulsb down to the reign of George III when the position was atollihed When Pa Shingled When I wa but a clmpoh many year HBO 1 well recall the day because It wai day of wo Ia he had shingled of his house with some to spare he thought Out when lie come to finish off ho found that he was short My boy said he quite harsh to me do you know where they bet At first I wouldnt tell an then tear took ahold of me My pa enraged demanded why I hid them from hla sight Uecui ald I with tear and and trembling from affright I didnt want none left uround for fear for fear you see Theyd come In play moat any day for ue In spankln My pa he didnt say a word but cut a paddla out An fitted wont say wher a hun dred times about I well recall the day and all though dis tant It may be GUI when pa shingled of his house In also shlnuled me Joe Ji Hew York Bun Forth You Far When forth you fare to pick N Spurn not the timid violets Though ruses fair have odors rare They have thorns too oh dont forget Wlion forth you fare to quench your thirst Hpurn not the waters front the spring Though ruddy wine may serin divine II ever leu VIM behind u slink When forth you fare In search of lov Spurn not Iho modest lithe The ulrens ran endure And misery replaces bUt Town A Pilgrim- As onward oer tortuous road I plod my way and beer my load Ut Hllfiripl let me To gain some goal of high desire fly no false gUmour on w shed I Let my adventurous feet bo tfHut guided though at time they tire To gain o high iltlrel Until for me the sun Outshine my pilgrim path upon HUll b my aim til light i lr To rain at Ideal d lrel Clinton Hcolltri I y vv vn yn n no V I trCountYfor cres a e at a davs I W T KINO relatives a Igh m ItI When now lure life mil Ilre I some sum V r money 340 Also stock farming tlptlon S little Cons miss never Topics goal anal goal PAINT MUM Mrs W D Thompson who had been Rick for only ten days was found dead Thursday May 27th The Tuner al services were conducted Saturday at Now Hope church by Rev Frlerson and the remains were burled In Lan caster ceractary An elegant box supper was held at fishers Hall Saturday A large crowd attended and they ed 150 from the receipts Dr Tredway Paint Licks new physician has rented one of Mr Kern pers houses and will have his over the ware house There has been lots of sickness In our community In time past six weeks and many deaths Tile farmers here have taken advan tape of the stood seasons and planted most of their tobacco Their corn and wheat are both looking fine Corn Is selling for 14 per barrel delivered Mr Curtis dellvcd some corn to Berea for 460 per barrel A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby I Its bowels Every ailment that I suffers with attacks the bowels endangering In most cases the life o the infant McGee Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dyteaey and all de rangements of the stomach or bowels R E Mcltoberts 1111 Pa what Is the meaning of self defenceSelfdefense my boy Is that splrl which prumpta 1110 to eatsprlng onion when your mother does Octroi Free Effect of Soil on Grape In the M doc country of Prance famed for Its red wine the growers exercise the most scrupulous care In the selection and application of fer tlllrcrs They understand that while the vino is hardy It Is exceedingly sensitive and that inequality of the fruit may be a very Blight change In the soil Too True If a man U a Uoheinlon be qqlte euro that his next words will be old chap cant you lend mo a dollar Useless MA man dat put In all his time finding fault sold Uncle Eben no more real use dan n weather prophet who cant predict nuffln but blUiardi Washington Star STONE Mr Walter was kicked on the baud by a horse and hurt very badlv last week Misses Lillian Broaddus and Alice Ray of Loyd were the charming guests of Mr and Mrs Llzo McMllllon lust week Miss Peachlo Mae Sanders Is the guest of her brother L L Sanders of Crab Orchard this week Misses Matt Jo Ray and Carrie Pres ton of Danville were the weekend guests of their grandmother Mrs Mary B Preston Mm Mary A Sunders und son An will visited Mrs John Sanders of sly attavllle the first of the week F II Grow visited friends at Oral Orchard last week Mr Llge MoMllllon and wife were of Mr Cronley llroadun and family Sunday Mr U Mobetloy and wife visited cola tives at Lexington last week 0 H Sunders bought of H M Thomp son fifty barrels of corn at 14 00 per barrelWilliam Fayno bought of James Lit troll a lot of corn at 1376 per barrel Tevls Preston and family of flail vllle were the guest of Frank Folger mid family week 0 H Sanders and wife had many friends ti spend the day with them Sunday I i f H 1 also Say Payne guests e night real ofllc U Press aka t last z t t 1 t I JIIIVAMHVIIiLi I Mrand Funk Campbell anti daughter Kvulyn of Danville woro week end HiioHttif Mrs J U Wllllnmx Mr Robert Wither of Richmond tu the Mrssm Pitttun for several diiyn Mr Harvey 1iitlon came homo lust week trout mi extended stay with re hllvon In Toxus M Uses Sharp nnd RallllT of Sharps burg ate expected soon for n visit to Mis R Adams Mr Bryan Is at home from Lexington where ho has been attend ing Kentucky University Mrs Wi L Ohiis nnd daughter Mary Lee of llanlr weru gueslu of MM K II Ilitllutd Hatunlity anti SundayMrs V A Dlukcrson entertained a number of her friends at un elegant dinner Wednesday Mr O nr Patton Nicholas vlllo several days last week Miss Anna Leo Woolfolk of Lex ington Is the guest of her cousin Miss Mantle Dullard Mrs Reamer and daughter of role do Ohio visited Mr and Mrs Henry Tomllnson n list week Mr and Mrs Wesley Walker and and children of Buckeye visited Mrs B from Friday to Sunday Mrs Dent Holcomb has quito sick for the lust tows days Mrs John Dullard and daughter Marie of Lancaster have been visit lUll relatives here An attractive Auto party that was here Thursday haul Lexington j was composed of the following Miss eS Pauline and Mazlo Purcell Mr J Ford and Bryan Ballurd and Miss Sullle Marrs Sparks of Nlcholasvlllc Mr John 11 Hills of Roswcll New Mexico Is here for a to relatives This Is his llrat visit to Kentucky since leaving several years ago to make his homo In New Mexico Mrs Ellzs A Ballard Is In Lcxlng ton this week to attend the annual convention of the Womans Homo Missionary Society of the Methodist church Mm M of Crab Orchard and Mrs Michael Smith of Owen boro are visiting at Mr J B Lea veils Tile County S S Convention WEB held hero Saturday Quite a largo crowd attended and the programme was most Interesting and was thor oughly enjoyed by every one present An elegant luchcon was served Among the speakers were Rev Brown Bush Shouse and Tinder also Roy Ynndell of Stanford andRev Vaugh the State Worker To tile efforts of Mr Sam Cochran the Co Prcs and Mrs Mattie Duncan tho Co Set t was due success of tile convention Mrs Owen of Barboursvlllc is the guest of her brother Dr J II Big Head Is of two kinds conceit and tho big head that comes from u sick headache Does your head ever feel like a gourd and your biuln feel loose nnd sore You can cure It In no time by acting on your liver with Mallards Herblne Isnt It worth trying for the absolute and certain relief youll get It K McRoberts lm Qotilp I Necessary Gossip responds to A human need gossip about dead men cannot hurt them It clearly show the stun that reputation below a certain grade are made of Many of the smaller glories owe their longevity to tho huymlndedncs of tho survivors For who can afford to be painstaking about such trifle Frank Moore Colby Medicine Medicine Art of correctly curing It a man were cured of a cruel malady by remedies of old women or charl atans all the vials of the faculty In dignation should fall on head Charlen Narroy NASAL CATAJUUI R E MoRobort els tho Groat Rom dy that Cure Mr K rboro Hero Is a very simple yet wholly sin cere statement of a Michigan womun who by using Hyomcl the no cure no pay remedy for catarrh asthma hay fever croup coughs and colds A bad case of catarrh was cured by the use of Ilyomel Tho trouble my head nose and eyes and was very annoying and disagreeable and tho cure from the use of Hyomel was very gratifying Hyotncl has from mo a strong recommend and en dorsement Mrs E Kurborg 813 Klngsley St Ann Arbor bitch 10 1008 Thousands of just such tartars are In existence and thousands moro would be but the desire to avoid It you have catarrh bestir yourself and drive It out of your system Kill the germs You can do that easily If you use Ilyomul pronounced High oine It ls u dry antiseptic and very pleas ant air that whoa Inhaled quickly re loves all forms of catarrhal liillaminii lion stops snullus hawking and blow Ing Time price for a cOlllploto outfit Including Inhaler Is only 1 00 at R K MoRoberts MIONACures It rcllovM etouwch misery sour atom Hoh euros i iM or luonejr buck Large fox of tab GO Ml all towiu- Boldbrll E MoHoberU Mrs has tJcen v sl II IlInrd days I Swopo cit I I I I I III Th and his was cured Directed publicity Jach tilt iU f was in few t t visit E Flak Durham tome ills r r Worth a Thought Why do Tin Ilnlft Iho Metal ItuolltiK Mllln the Hlnnulo Ltiinlirr Yards and VoflbcHt Rubber Why di i hut cause know ready UoullMu vIII taut lonijrir In price nod tixpcimolo Wilt fnr end Miuplcs W W WTIIKIIH 2 0 K Maui Ht LoxliiKton Ky 1000 SEASON LOUD Grant Monical Record aajj i Print S Full brother Hi Or Munlcal OD- hThorrcildont1J07hUoniolhiA1U2ll Ur Mi unSll lr Munson 12081 and Monlnil 321 Hay horse foiled 1C hands sly Gauibettu Wilkes 4Uti rec ord 2101 HIIANT MONIOAI will make the sea son of 1IMU at Iho stable of L K Hon ors nt tho Fair at 20 to In sure a living colt Cull on or nddrcM R G Evans L K Rogers 423 6t Danville Kentucky L I ill 0rf nil Ii Largo FartrlrstNU IYIII- Ilrlllel Phtlill lop 11111 lH heir own lie they lilY toO high S g Him leas Grounds 1 ShietcL I livery element of both style anti quality is to be found in Shield Brand I Clothing It appeal most forcibly to those who recognize the importance of these two features and is a revela tion tothose who do not matter of business considerShield Brand in connection with any other clothing sold at prices within the range 10 THE LOWEST 20 THE HIGHEST and be guided by the principles as when making any other investment and you will buy Shield lirand every time R S BROWN Lancaster Ky POSTEDThuUndorslunctt noroby give warms hag to nil persons not tu trespass upon our lands for any purpose whutovor us wo will prosecute all olTondoru to fullest extent of the law H untors und Fishermen cspcelully take notice WB Ferguson Clay Hutton Kd 1ortwood W I Anderson J WHweoncy J I Nave II U A rnold Dave Duddurar Mm PI G III W J flllllsple W TW orrel John A Bunders H h llurton U llulnii W David Tompaon U A Kulloy I II Anderson Thou Owens I As a seen of same q n cook lUcllard Mrs 1 Ddnlols O tI Mallew II 1 o E KI I liclutr tide limiting It for Din ectu il e IIM fit our ul rrllrtf silil It Of the nl Mock grain out H li farm M Hi farmer afford in lite So unilito N s o ilt l lines IN will Ii two Units ol IK 1 liitvo 1000 bnlefl of good mixed liny for sale J II Lmvoil llryiinUvlile I have n InrtJo tobacco bed for Sale JT henry I Imvo A Rood lie rold gelding sale wuftli tiiotiiniiry HolsnBortd driver mill not ninth of iilltnwnlillr 8 lliiidnui LnniMMur Ky I have Mtvoml fresh cows for nliiu anil calves cheap- J W IIHl McOrcnry Kr 1 Imvo f nuud urawt fur runt J M Kurrn LuncaHer Ky Per Hale Thrco number one beds 1 miles north of Uourifu Price reasonable II It Montgomery H urnc Ky I watt to buy n good cheap penile puny for children to thrive J r Conn Lancaster Ky Cream Vermifuge p iMfiRs farmer 11111 11 II lit lint over lr III t for J4 1 1 till i 4 J n JItTES ll COLU1l N Ieee44 v Ce4oe4ee4164s 1 u I r sale will only nrtosn fteelflohage liecows acres tobacco 1 s tr tHE GUUUH1EEO WORM REMEDY 1 tl Tilt CHILDRENS FAVOHITE TONIC wtnt ar uurimoMS Tae fci i ii t rM i i onir BnllnrclSnov Liniment Co nv M- OMelloborts Drug Store Poor Milk IK often thought to bo rcfipoinlblo for uu infant km In weight or purr henllh The cause usually Is that the child has worms They Rot the nourishment In the food nod the starve actually Starves While1 Cream Vermifuge expels the worirs anti nnuiUhcR the child sure and gate Price 2fi cents II K MdlubcrlB 1m Subscribe for Record ECZEMA AND ALL SKIP DISEASES Are quickly cured by ZHMO n clean for Use XKMO Id tha known remedy for tho Instant relief and euro of cttcmo pimples dandruff plleonnd every Formln everywhere Wrlto for wni 110 E W Fcr wile at Mcltutwrts Drug Storj FOLEYSHONEY and TAR CURES Coughs and Golds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Honey and Tar not only the cough but heals and the lungs sod prevent strlou r suits from a cold There Is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble If Honey and Tar Is taken as It will euro the most stub born coughs tha dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Honey Tar will euro you quickly and strengthen your lungs I Remember name Foloyl Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chance with some unknown preparation that costa you the same whoa you can get Honey and Tar that costs you no snore and ls safe and certli ra Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said Ha I lied Consumption E H Jones Piwtor M 12 Grove Md writes About seven or eight year ago I had a vory severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was Induced to try sample ol Honey and Tar which gay ra so much relief that I bought ol the regular size Two or bottles cured roe of what the physicians called consumption and 1 have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs slag that time Three slies2Sc 50c JlOO The 50 cent contains wo snit one half time a much as time small sit and the bottle almost sl M much sill All RECUHKNKI IV C C J It StorniM lfJ L QUits i J f ij lie lie I 1 r baby i 1 1 j I beat or r Medicine Co At Louis I 1 0 j Foley Foley anti the i 1 j Foley I r i I j Church 1 i a i Foley ions throe size 100 Ii I f I y Ask fur sample w i I t rolesstops strengthens j J It it I timeS