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The undersigned nereby Rive .warn
log to all persons not to trespass upon
our lands for any purpose whatever,
as we will prosecute all offenders to
fullest extent of the law. Hunters and
Fishermen especially take notice.
Jno M Farra Squire B. Parsons
W S Ferguson Ed & "N B Price
E F Herring W A Price
WSEmbry S L Rich
MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elkin
Dave Thompson J W Sweeney
Z T Bice Jas Sutton
Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels
D B Anderson H C Arnold
"W. G. Anderson, H. C. Hamilton,
L. H. Brown G. Y. Conn
T. W. Conn J. G. Conn
J. G. Clark, Pilgrimage Tobaco Co
Mrs Maggie Boulden, Dr W Burnett
C. G. Gay, W. K. Leavell,
J A BEAZLEY
Office Phone 31. Residence Phone 3
Farm and Stock.
H. B.Northcottshipped a carload of
live poultry to Boston Mass. on last
W. R Conk and Cipt. T. A, Elkin
have gone into the mule business and
will ship a carload to Atlanta in a
W. B. Burton shioped a car load cf
mules. last week to WiiMin live Stock
Company at Wilson. N. O. They cost
him on tlia average of S185 per head.
At Richmond last Monday Senatoi
R. L. Hubble bought four mules aver-
) age $150. W. B. Burton bought 15 at
an average of 8183.00 and one horse at
$135. Biiirht & Fox bought 11 mules
A State Poultry Show will be held
in Lexii.gton, Jauuaiv 16 lo 21. This
state show will succeed the exhibition
which has heretofnie been given bv
members of the Blue Grass Poultry
and Pet. Stock Association.
I IVE STOCK 31ARKET.
CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS.
Laid 20 years ago are as good as new to-day and have never needed
repairs. Think of it !
What other roofing will last as long and look as well ? -
They're fireproof, stormproof, and very easily laid.
They can be laid right over wood shingles, if necessary, without cre
ating dirt or inconvenience.
For prices and other detailed information apply to
James T. Hill, Agent, or Cortright Metal Roofing Company.
Jan. 4. Cattle
Butcher steers extra
Good to choice
.... 5 75 6 00
.... 4 SX9 5 ft'i
SELL YOUR TOBACCO
We wiU pay highest market price at all times. De
liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford.
W. P. KINCAID,
DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO.
Residence Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky.
Common to fiur a " 1 C".
Heifers, extra 53i0 0"
Good to choice 5ai3 25
Common to fair 3 iT 4 2."
Cows, extra 4 SV ."i oo
Good to choice 4t0 4 75
Common to fair 2o0a.:J7n
Canners 2 5CK5-" V
Bulls balognas 4 2fc 1 90
Fat bulls 4 505 00
CALVES: extra 9 75&0 00
Falrtogood 8 50 or. o
Common and large 4 .riCg 8 2
HOGS : good packtrs and butchers s 2JC? 8 25
MIxtd packers S Kfa 8 25
Stags 5 .10 B 83
Common to choice heavy fat sow s. 0 50 7 8T
Light fhippers 8 l.Vft 8 :i"i
Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 7 00 8 3.i
Goodtochoice ;'. 7'4 2i
Common to fair 2 2V&3 50
LAMPS', extra 0 5n01i0
Common to fnir 4 50(4.5 75
AND CUE E
Cotton Seed Mea
The Feeed That Fattens
Guaranteed 41 per cent protein. Write for prices.
WILLIAM A. BURNETT, Louisville, Ky.
Established 1901. Represented in Lancaster by-.Hudson & Hughes.
Mm a-, si. oo.
n. Am ns t.i.i nniia ci
ri AND ALLTHROATANDLUNGTR0UBLES.
I OB MONEY BEgTJHPED.
R E MfRuheri.s Druu Store.
TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH US.
We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco will biing as much money sold over our floors as
any market in the country, Lexington and Louisville not excepted. For the past ten days, we have made
a BETTER AVERAGE daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington. We now have seven
permanent buyers located in Danville buying for the largest Factories in this and foreign countries. For
the past ten days there has been a steady increase in prices. On some grades of over 50 per cent. Buy
ers pronounce our new house on Walnut Street the best lighted house in Central Kentucky, The best evi
dence of this is that our average has been better per hundred than any other house in Danville. We charge
nothing for rejections. Your tobacco is insured the minute it gets into our doors, and your check is ready
for you in thirty minutes after the sale is over.
Sales will be held every day except Saturday during the season. Write us for information.
DANVIbbE T05ACCO WAREHOUSE CO.
The loose floor sale at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen
and Crescent Railway, is being held every day. Buyers from all leading factories are on hand. All tobac
co is placed on sale in uniform grades, each grade bringing the highest market price. We make no charge
for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is
carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experienc
ed men in charge of all departments to guard your interest Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco
warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. It weighs
more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money.
The People's Warehouse-has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco atone time-and
ample room for a hundred head of horses. Remember the location Perryville street, immediately east of
the Queen and Crescent Railway.
Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had twenty
five years experience in the production of.burley tobacco; his judgement on tobacco you get free. He is
ably, assisted by C. C, Lucas, of North Carolina, who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf
PEOPLES' TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE CO.
Phone No 50. Incorporated.
DAVE ROSS, Solicitor in Garrard County. ,
The Democratic Comm't'ee in and
for the Thirteenth Circuit Court Dis
trict of Kentucky, met puisuaiit to
the call or Chairman G. L. Penny, ai
the office of Chenault Iluuudy in
Datnille, Boyle County, Kemurfcv. on j
Fiiriay, December 10. 1U10, at 30 P.
M., an9 the membeis from Lincni'i,
Mercer, and Bovle were piesoni in pei
son and the member fiouiG.irnud was
pi esent by proxy held by Chaii man .J
C. Bonta, of Mercer, which proxy was
duly accepted by the Committee.
Said meeting was called to order by
Chairman Penny. On motion, Clie
nault Hutiuely was duy nominated and
elected Secretary of said Committee.
The following resolutions were then
duly offered, seconded and unanimous
1. A primary election i herein
called to be held in the several voting
precincts of the Thirteenth Circuit
Couit Distiict of Kentucky, consist inu
of the counties of Lincoln, Ho)le, Gar
rard and Mercer, between the hours el
six A. M,. and four P. M .standard
t'me, on Saturday, Much 4, 11)11, for
r.he purpose of noiniiiiitun: a Denn-
cralic candidate for the ofuVe of .ludye
(if i he Thiiteenth Circuit. Court, dis
ttictof Kentucky, to be voted for at
he special election to be held on tin
first Tuesday after the first, M nidai
to November, 1911, to till the unex
pired term of said i.flico caused by the
death of Judj:e M V. SauhVy.
2. All Democrats who aie leual vo
ters .shall be entitled to vnte in ii!ri
ptimary election, and are requested u
3. Any person desirinj,' to become :i
candidate for the Democrat ic in niina
i.ioii for said ofiiee, shall, not latci
than Saturday, February 18, lull, give
notice of his intention so to do, ii
writing, to G. L. Penny, Chairman o'
the Di trict Committee of the Thii
teenth t ircuitCourt District, and in
'iddition, shall, at the time of niwnp
suli notice, deposit with said ehaii-
man the sum of 8S0U.OO. and no per.-o-frilling
so to do shall be permitted u
become, or to be, a candidate at said
4. Said District Committee will
meet at the office of its Secretary, in
Danville, Kentucky," on Monday, Feb
ruary 20, 1911, at two P. M., staitdatd
time, and if, at the expiiaiion of the
time fixed by Section 3 lieieof, there
be not more than oue candidate for
said office who has complied with the
cotididions of Section 3, then the cotr
(ii it, tee shall resolve itself into a rioini
n;iting convention, and shall derlue
such person to be the nominee for tin
office, and shall refund to-such candi
date theamountdeposited by him, les
the costs then accrued fur adverikiiii
and preparing for said elec i n.
5. The polls shall be opened in each
and every voting piecinct of all the
counties in the district, aforesaid, in
the regular voting places.
6 Upon the closing of the polls,
t he officers shall proceed to count the
ballots and to make return, and in St.
doing, shall be governed by the provis
ions of the general election law, and
the returns shall be made to the chaii
man of the respective counties in the
District, who will deliver the still'
books, the certificates, and any ques
tioned ballots to the Secretary of this
7. The oflicers ot elections shall be
selected by this Committee from the
lists to be submitted by the several
candidates in accordance with the pio
visions of the primary election law.
8- Etch candidate shall be entitled
to designate, by a written notice to
the chairman of each county comm t-
tee in the District, not, less than five
days prior to March 4 1911, the name
of one person for each vt-ting precinct
in said county, to actas challenger and
inspector for said candidate at said
9. The committee shall meet at two
P. M., standard time, at the office of
its Secretary, in Danville, Kentucky,
on the next day after the ret urns shall
have been made, and canvass the vote
CHt at said election, and issue a cei
10 The chairman of the Distrist
Committee is directed to employ a
competent person to copy from the
regular registration books made fori
the cities of Danville and flarrodt
burg, for the 1910 election, the names
of all Democrats, and the person so
emp'oted shall return the copies, cer
tified as required by law, to said Chaii
man, who shall cause them to he duly
delivered to the officers of elections;
aud the chairman is directed to cause
io be printed and prepared for use the
tequisite number aud kind of ballots,
which shall bear the fascimile of his
.signature, and he will procure Un
necessary election supplies, ana cause
i hem, together with the ballots, to be
delivered to the officers of election as
n quired by law
11. The chairman will cause opies
or this resolution, certified oy himself
and the secretary of the committee, to
be. posted one at the court, house door
in Stanford, Lancaster, Danitle and
Harrodsburg, and one in twenty other
c mspicuous places in ' each Dis
trict, for not less than forty days prior
to Februaryll, 1911, and said notice
-hi'll also be punhshed in each Demo
cratic newspaper in the District.
O i motion the Committee then ad
G. L. Penny, Chairman,
Chenault Huguely, Secrptirv
1 manner and return Hamr a t" e rf'f I
l.e v-.ir i-i nv no d r i" r h re
'C't' d, n-ijitl wear and tar mm uh-
IvoiiUiiie accid-it xceVd. Sedh g
pur pus- s resrv-d for ii purpitse of
setting in the fall of lttll. A writ of
I p ..,. inn fi-r the ihs'sIii of j;:i'd
.. " ,. laivt i ordered to i-sne n-pwi t'1' np-
fiAUKAKP I IKCITIT ( OUUT ,.., r . .. ,.m ,1 for
H. Kerueov. GiuraiaM of t'H p .". .'" of wid Lio!.
Pau 11. tfortMH -' Plain IB .un. 4th. 11)1'.
Sale pf Land.
VS - -
Paul II. Ilnwiiwn . P-fejiriil
Piiisumt toi jidgmenl ot ibe G -!
mrd Ciicntt. Court, imrteren in in.
aliovestk'd cawp Hi Hi Noveuir
term, 10 10, tint u ideigutd eotiitu .'-
J. A. A in-n
R. IT. Tom i ison. At'
M f r C.C.
..! tur i'lnllt
MONDAY, JANUARY S3id.lU,
ill S LlaV OcitifJ OuUID) OciUlb Un. U-
tccn thu iiuUJi ot Lttthe o oluou
iiuo ana lvu 1 M., srh t piiuuC out
k,V Hi Minil. Ol liiu L.OUII iluUl.u lli.ui
111 iancahici, Ivi;iitiiCK , tuiiic hij;u-
e-.i, iiiiti Oi.sl nuii.ur luc loiiomng tun
IDpcl i, io t.,
Init, noj eiti luiuciiieo: in Gairru
I'outitv, K. iuuCh,). on tlie Watt-if. w.
Ui.ihc'hCictu rtiut ts tMiunUeit lib tul
1 .v.: bvgMitiiiit; hi a punn on ort
iliu nmul -t lie iTrtU U ciiatu r.....
cotiir" to E ILiiimncK, itieut e N, 4fci
. 17.07 Cii i .-lot .s. .ike hei a v.-
ClISl fs. "' -.7l Cllillllh UJ t. pint 1
(it ;i n a:i i. 1 lie U .Salit lljlilliiiici
1U links f'nme niaclf Hiiut. .iui".
i new r.ie. i . i'bh i ew ii 5. 4ti
'0. !() S.")cu io tie mi'iclie nf i'
ifortsaid rurl .w crnr, tn Ii ej
vi'hilieo tii'l ti-l ' n eande- . j
oild rourl N :: K. l.BB kIimium N. 12
E;Hsi us to tli lieiiuini, cviui.tn -
ig 7 1-2 acres.
The R.ldpal irt ne mule on crei'
': of t-ix Hid t"v niKitlisH) (I tin
oii'(-li5scr wi'l l- rrqnjr. t kIvhihii
wit'1 approv n s' i-ii ttv li" "f gnix pt'i
out tut rKt f;rin r'ate nf '? i h n
ti'il iP'l'J-'Pfl ii ttie -vd to trtti
'Of pavro'"! (I lib' ptlTII t-i lll'-fi
5-id l nrt t" h!f h f rfl ff-f t
of :i ju'Iifmn-it. no'i'i whlT'i exti"i '
niiiv oi I' in t pnld at no.:: in i i.
Ian. 4. 1911,
J. A. Ani' M ' G.( V.
R. H. T'lTl'InSiM. -'r f.f PI ! H
i FARMER'S COLUMN I
V0 giCOCO OOOC HOirtXS COC, M 0rC
ripace lielow thl lieiulinu U for th- axcln
Ivu use of our farmer t.'ilrribsr-. m.il 's for
the sule of stock, grain ami -u-h tilings on
fiirm as the farmer CHiuiot afford to iulver
tire. Xo notice will oe eee(let uv-r fOHr
lilies, mid u ill be only in two U-us of the
Kkcukd. free of chaige
) ..: ( s' huh-re Ikfifui by Shaveing
! i! t I on mm nxy liit. get shaved
! ih "sjj'.irflAy before at the old reliable
I irb r - uyi.
Hmivsk bnopox Uicn3ioxD Street.
About 50 barrels of corn ii siiinl. for
sale. .1. T. Henri-.
-A line .Ir-ey row and
A. W. K;iV:iiriusli.
Hemy Simpson 88427
Foil Sale. 500 Hales of yoiwi tim- -
i tlv iiav. Thomas SIxyiii. IS. K. D. Xi
' 2 Paint Lick. Kv 1
H. I TINSLBY,
OTce over F. ii. llHrt s furniture store.
Fou Sale. Pure iireri i:iii o-ping) j Lancaster,
t i'S inosiers ror SKien? yi.tkt .ipiecu
lis 1. II. Robinson, M rci 1 n , ICy.
"Mound City Paints mai &t n trill
more, but, ! P. V.. & J E. Hh mes
Ccmrn issioner' s
Sale gf Land.
Uakuaud (. iiicurr coiiiT
James J. Ilainiitou & Oibets inottl
speio Mti-soii & ot.lters dtft.s
Ptiuani to .t judgement of tt-e (ji !
t.ird i.'iicuit Ci.Luit coui lcntiet-o ii
tlie ah iv-tiu CdUst at is J5-vt m-Uc-r
teitii. lli. Hie liuu. i.-i.tu c .iu
uiissiiin win on
MUX DAY, JAXCAliY, 23d. 101 1,
ImaUjU U.liluuiill tuu,t ll ji lit
.uu liie II IiI.toi tttt Vc CiC uui.i
.nultvol' !., sen at yu il U cry I..
(lUlttit't Lll ,"UM liou v umn to Li -,;.iMui,
Kei.tUChV, to Ihc UIIk ,vt aim
Ue.sl Ouuiut tot; l iUAi. k lril p.opr.
(,, to i L , lli.-s oripei i tt 1 CdttU it.
U.il IrtHl tJ)U ii i K.'M'lUCfc).
Twosievei.t'i, I--7) u.iUividec! lotci-
e--t Ol a lldCL l'l ,tlli! C Kllilllill . o i
oM acr..! ami d-.-" ntws i . s f.. ov : (J
u u UiaoOicii.iid uiitl vrbMhV. l-rua
ii. d iti.oi.t oiiu tn It: and ,i Ita.l fti.u
linppii-t: .p i'.g--, lle ii, t iest In reiu
id- led .,w i- 1 1 e --7 it- u d ii t
.-.si. Ill tllU lollKWiuu llt"-Clli0 I'M''
ooiinderi on tne wist Uy Mm lands oi
Buioid Mison mi the mhjiIi ly h
..ii.iLs ot .ievs.- I x and Et Be ev and
o'i the noith ny ihe tai (U uf AVt- i.m
KiiiuKl .s and on i li eist liv Mi 1V--kins
land and confiinsaiot.taOfl acres
I'ne pin pose of 1 Ins .sh'o is to - ti ,ry :
del t ot one hundrtd and fifty rloiln.
with intetest tlierei n at six p-r en,
per antuitii. fn in .lime SO 1, 191 Due
til pi I, ri-lit and ln r-s" fin iiiriny
to one himdied att'i k'ixtv four do1 nr
jiii'1 s-ve.n eHiit-i'?l6t 07) to ri-t.e nf li
.lanti iv 2:ird, 1!)U. and ost.s ppr x -mi'ed
St7.3.jiii c ll' t pr-rfpr'iiit. fi
wh'ch ju'l-"-in'(t o-is tiei rn lnfl
in Ibis ii'iov: s'v'pd cisf "Tp tnrt
will be sirl as l ho''ir cijeli pirt -
will satisfy tlie alinve judgement.
rills sale will le niadf on credit, ol
-ix iroo'hs fine with in'pti.st
six oei cent pei mn'iiin f'-in date
sale until paid. Saul pu chaser ii
he r qi i'pd i ogive bond with -approver
spcnnt, a lin Jhlng retjitncn ni SMtft
land tose'Mite snid p-ivt"i ts iid bo'tt
to ha vp the f rce -a"( t Aw o :i j-id"P
mpnt upon which ixwiMw may issik
tf snm" i'- not, pud when due.
.Ian. 4, 1911
J. A Anion. M. O H.P. (
R, IT. Tonilinsnn. At'ornev fr Pint If.
ON THE LINKS.
lyMI I 'i
"W. T- KING-,
u ii c ti one ei?
LOWELL, - KENTUCKY.
G-t htm to cry your sales.'
Best of references.
Edith You look tired, dear.
Ethel Tired! Why, I'm alrncst
dead! I walked all the way out hero
from my house fully half a mile!,
Same Old Bluff.
The notes she writes are full of Mtes
Thai seldom comes to ninrial s tot;
Fut when she says she s-niW a -sj
It means she's made anoilu r blot.
1. W. 5f arrow, Graduate Optician
( 4?i4 tilled. Satisfaction Ouaranteea.
Al. K. Denny,
Olfce over Mn Arnold's Millinery.
All Vi irK Guaranteed.
1 1-!. i.
R. Win. BURNETT
Very Much Heat.
"Listen to this," cried trip authx.
reading from his manuscript. As hfe
looked at her, fire and fury blazed up
In his eyes, and as that look searched
her soul she fell to tlio ground wesp
Ing scalding tears!' IIouV hit?" '
"Hot stuff!" returned the aJmir&s
Dhv;if-ari anr iiirnnn
OiTiice over Logan's store.
Ri 'ent-e P'.oue 75. Office Phone 6.
Sale gf Land.
Fine New Automobile Tires, chea'd
not trust made goods. Save you 50
per cent on tire cost. Any style bead.
28x2-812 60, 30x3-813 75. 30x3 1-2 $17.80,
32x3 l-2-$8 GO, 34x3 1-2-819 60. 30x4-821.-70.
31x4 822 00, 32x4-83.90, 34x4-826 80.
34x41-5-831.70, Duulops 15 per cent
additional, Tubes 15 per cent less
than standard prices. No sh-'ddy
goods,. Prompt shipments C. O l.
allowing examination. 5 per cent dis
count for cash wPh order.
GEYER SALES CO.
Dayton , Ohio
GAKKAKD t IKCITIT I'OCUT
Cleil Thomas ui.u uiiaia 1 1 lis
sjimmli! MiQuem a ,d others d fts
Pur-.u.iiii t .i juu,:tiueoi ol the Uiit
rard (jucuu U.uit leudeud in Hit
aiovslleil c.uise at. ii Jf.v uiIm i
enn 1U.0 ttie uuderMgntu coinmis-
i uiei rt il on
MONDAY. JANUARY 23rd. 1911.
toif il.ite Uiin OuiiiiLV Cvtirt, U
eteeo tins liouis of twelve o'tl rk
noo.i aud t..M P. M., v. ill rem to ihe
iiifittst and lit.st, bioaur,!! Iioot ol
Llie Lourt House door in Latiea-ur
KeuLucU, the ffilowioi; puperiy lJ
Tins ptopcrty is iocatud in Uarr.tu.
Count i, 1... tioU in mux. o la Ujc oin
aiuo ai.tl ul.u. luciiL oi toe laiuls ot l.
u. Ho.s.s as ioi, no oiii, aiiii tjt.un(it( a.
folluwn. lieu i mi 1 1, t; t.t a ui,i e ta.
Mtaup, c..inei ti Jacob ie..iiu.
thence & 7uJ W. 40 P.ilo t a .-t ie i.
i't3rti.iid&l i.l- tui-ce S3 lOi E. -i-ii
poles to a si itke ii il.ei in- of ill.
whoiesurvej, thenc E UG 8-10 pole
to a siaie on a hiiii-idc iicai a .suai
I ee i liencu N. IIU p'i e.s lo.i sutKe in
road cornet lo ? I). U.iiuenter tlienr
N. 69i, W. 2'J po es lo a st.iku in s,i n
road larpei tei'.scon ei, thence K. 63i
W. 25 po e.s lo a .slake t-oiui-r -o Ca -p
in ei's lu-e theme N. 4 E 4 4-ll
pohstoa stal-e in Uaipuniei' Mm
-ind eorner to NkmLiikI. thence N 7Si
W 6 G-10 p es to i hunch of will -
on a hi audi neir the old tmyaid at d
corner to said Newliud, thence y. 14
YV 24 poles ro a stake in said branch,
thenceS. 4S "W 15 poles to a staketn
S id hrancli, iiPar a locust, tlierce S.
8, E 47 pdes to the beiunin, con
taining 631-2 acres.
Said'r3ntal will he on a credit or
twelve months and the purchaser wll'
b" reqitlr d to give bond wlih approv
bd secuiitv hearinir six per cent, inter
est, from data of rental, until paid, o-m
H hie on thp 0st day of January 1912.
The renter will he required to use the
land in a careful aud busband like
Her Belief. '
Stella Maude is a firm believer 'n
the theory that people should maVi:.
Mabel What makes you think so?
Steila Why, since she became en
gaged to Billy Black she is bleaching
her dark hair to golden. Billy, you
know, is a brunette.
"Here's a note from one of those
cheerful idiots," remarked the answera-to-correspondents
editor as he opanjd
a yellow envelope, "who wants to
know why Niagara falls."
"That's easy," rejoined the horse re
porter. "Tell him it's because its bed
cannot hold it up."
Ware McRoberts. I
Sell Farms on low Commission.
Titles A'ostf'ncted.- Phone 221.
Dr. J. B. Kinnaird,
Physican and Surgeon
Office Danville street.
Residence Phone 9. OUice Phone 89
"Your lines to a hobble skirt are
"As to how in particular?" inquired
the gratified poet.
"They limp badly."
"Do you think there is anything in
"Well, it ought to have grate possibilities."
It Wasn't Saturday.
"Did you advertise for a girl?".
"Yes, I want a girl to scrub." f
"I don'tneed scrubbing, and when
do I can scrub myself."
Its Value. f
She hear Jack Smart married a
girl with a fine figure.
Hp I should say sol A figun of
about S1O.000 a year. I
Cured By The Marvel of The Cenfur; B.
B. B. Tested For 30 Years,
Drives out blood poison in anv grace
nennar.eotlv. without deadly nippury
wit' pure botanical ingredient!, t'
prove It. wp will spud inn a SAMPLE
If von have Ulcers, Eitinir Stores,
Itrlinjr Humors. Swet inirs Miicn
Patches, B-ne Pains, (ffenslve Pim
ples or erupt inns, take H B B.IRo
tanic Blood Balm) AH svmptons
heal quicklv, Blood is made pur&and
rich, completely, channintr Ihe etttre
hodv into aclpan, healthy condu:op,
heilinp every sore and stopjiliit ail
aches,;palns and itclunir, curinjA'the
worst case ef rduod poison. UrnuJIsts
or by express,. S1.00 per Lirpe b(MP
with directioq? for home cure.Vstm-.'
pies sent free Dy writing liiooa. film
(j'n.V-Atlanta, GaM Describe your
hie and free medical advice
Sold by F. P Frisbie.
Call and see us for a good
lETair Cut and Clean Shave.
White Barbers In Town.
See the tall sin, North side of
M . HOUSE.
Ike Only Two
J. E. Robinson,
LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Will'Pracfice In all State Courts and
TJ. S. District Court.
Office over Police Court. Phone 194.
Dry Cleaning Co
Cleaning and Pressing La
dies and Men's Garments.
shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public
Square. Second hind clothes sold on
h. W. Faulkner, fVlgr.
a .m. to 12. t p.m. to 4.
Stormes' Drug Store.
Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky.
I have just opened up a new, clean
on Lexington street next to the post
office and will be glad to have my
friends to call and see me. Clean
Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention