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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTKBXra YEA LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 30 1906 o NUIlIU r WVWWAW I HUrCIf I tt i j I IWe have just re ceived car load of I Buggies t SurriesIEtc New INew Styles Close Prices s 1 000000 IAre You With Us iHASElDEN II- 4wVilltjJIMNIfWI R DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Officc over Police Court room lrGmpt attention to 118Incs8i u u d I DentIst j Office over T hompous Istore st Gods f DUS- L S t S 4iOOHHISFARIS Local Gossip The City Council will meet in regu ar session Monday night F M Mulfinger who has been work ing a fine horse for Dr J M Acton sold it to Forest Stapp for 200 00 The Christian Endeavor of the Pres hyterian church will give a pound so cial March 30th Every body in vited to attend The Christian Endeavor Society of Pleasant Grove will give a social next Friday at the home of Miss Georgia Dunn Admission 15 cents Aunt Martha Perkins one Lancasters oldest and most highli respected colored women died Sunday night after a protracted illness I do thank the manv friends and rel atives who were so good and kind to me during Lily recent illnessMrs L Hagan The U D C of Kentucky offer a prize for the best essay written by a child under sixteen years of age on The Causes of the Civil War Sate Committee Mrs Mattie Bruce Reynolds Covington chairman Mrs A J Casey Hopkinsville Mrs George Pierce Fulton Mrs Thomas J Cheno weth Maysville Mrs Alex Doty Cliarman Lancaster Cnapter For County Clerk Mr J W Hamilton is a candidate for County Clerk at next regular election and is out to win His experience in clerical work is highly qualified and his splendid work for the Democratic party will be realized when the race is made up He will be sure to attract a strong following when the drum taps Candidate for Jailer Mr James Clark has announced his candidacy for jailer and says that not only a cauidate but that he ex pects to be elected Mr Clark has a host of friends and he is a good sub tantlal citizen For several years he has been a member of the Democratic committee and has rendered good ser- I vice to his party in many heated com paigns MrT L Wall recieved a telegram Wednesday telling him of the death of his sister Mrs Handibiof El Paso Texas Mrs Handibo was also a niece of Mr T L Broadus of this county She was born in Kentucky but moved to Texas when quite young She has frequenly visited here and had many friends and relatives who will be deep ly grieved to hear of trerdeathr She leaves a husband and two 111 tie girls to mourn the loss of a kind and devoted wife and mother on oft his e Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co H JUST Big Line of the Celebrated Crossett Shoes FOR GENTLEMEN The best shoe made beyond all doubt The Crossett Shoe Makes Life Walk Easy Our Immense stocks of New Spring Dry Goods now coming in We have the handsomest goods in Central Kentucky and a visit to our store will convince you of this broad assertion In Prices We Defy Oompetio- nHiJoseph Mercantile Co s Tpt Ir I RECEIVED I I are r r 4 i I 4 s I k s 77 County Court About an crowd attended county court Monday and good order prevailed In fact chief of policeS D Rothwell and his night policeman S M Slier have worked hard to enforce the law and it is said that the Blind Tigers are absolutely closed and a man must send out of the county for liquor if he wants it Many of our best citizens regret that Mr Rothwell has tendered his resignation and we hope that he will reconsider the matter Auctioneer Capt Am Bourne re ports the following sales Plug horses 20 to SCO aged mules 100 to 175 a few cattle at 3 to 4 cts sows and pigs 820 to 25 Woods Walker Josh Daniels and Squire Forest their valuable Stallions on exhibition Will Visit Us Again This year 1906 will be the period for the visitation of the 17year locusts They were here in 1889 1872 1855 and further back the editor cannot speak from personal recollection But they may not be so thick coming year as in the past They depend on the tender twigs of the trees for nesting places the eggs being deposited in the soft twigs The newly hatched grub feeds on the juice until the twig dies from its effect and falls to the ground Time larva then burrows into the ground and remains until its 17year period of developement has passed when it comes to the surface climbs up the side of a tree and in the natural pro cess develops into a winged Pharoh after which it repeats the process of reproduction just as its ancestors did 17 years before But the continued cutting away of the timber narrows the breeding grounds of the insect un tit now the crop is not nearly so large as the previous one This insect is one of natures curiosities Winchester Democrat Circuit Court On Tuesday evening the argument in the case against W II Ward for killing Henry Patterson was and the jury returned a verdict of of not guilty after considering the matter about 20 minutes The grand jury adjourned Friday returning 45 indictments 2 for murder against negroes one for turkey and the balance for misdemeanor in most cases for the unlawful sale of liquor Civil cases were heard Friday and Saturday In the case of Mrs Goociip of Knox county against Jno T Hays for 800 the defendant got judgment Court was not in session Monday on account of county court The visiting attorneys this week were Messers McRoberts Paxton and Saufley of Stanford Harding Puryear and Foxof Danville and Col Gaither of Harrodsburg They appear ei important cases which are being heard by Judge Bell this week attorneys Chas and J E Robinson have both discharged their duty faithfully in the trial of criminals and in drawing indictments found at this term of court A Plea For the Farm There has been a deal of talk on the text Back Farm The Cou rier Journal is in receipt of a copy of a letter written by Mr William Borsodi editor of the National Advitiser on the subject and addressed to Secretary Willson whom he urges to organize a back to the farm movement through out the country It is easily that the young man and the young woman will tad it profitable as pleasurable to stick to the farms or to leave the crowded cities for the country where one with small capital may more easily secure credit and a competecy and can have in these days better opportunities as to the right kind of social life than that which is concomitant with limited means in the city Besides it is quite true that the superiority of country life in re lotion to the rearing of families will be recognized by all thoughtful people and the happiness of being near to natures heart will be considered as truer and better than the pleasure which the city affords It is a contrast the writer pictures in this passage Good Wages for Right People The Record oRlce has been overrun with orders for job printing during the last ten days and all hands have been working overtime It used to be there were one or two extra bands scattered among towns and an office could get extra help most any time but things have changed and firstclassjob are almost impossible to find They get better pay have hours a d more comfortable surroundings than any class of labor and we do net understand more good honorable b ys dont the trade Never a day passes in any office that some boy dont apply but as learning him the trade is harder than teaching school no newspaperman feels like giv ing his own time to a will eith er know too torun the shop soon after becomes In There is a growing demand for printers we mean sober reliable hands and any honest sober man can make good wages at it all the year round Girls being given the work of setting the regular reading matter and know who have better positions more satisfactory places than bookkeepers salesladies stenographers All work about printing office Is complicated and responsible but anyone a learn it in all its average concluded stealing Judge I Hardin demonstrable completely printers Iw t we or i had Prosecuting the striking neighboring better learn boy who much are some with will can branches 1 rs y Fire In Mlddlosboro The dwelling of Jesse Miles a well known colored man who lives in Mid dlesboro caught fire Wednesday and was half burned when the hose wagon arrived and extinguished the flames The fire originated from gaso line which was being used to clean beds Miles loss is severe on him Good Showing by Garrard Girl Garrard countys entry in the Couri erJournal TourtoEurope contest Miss Mary Lear shows considerable gain by this weeks report and her friends are much encourged Clip the ballots from your papers and mail them to her at Paint Lick They will not only be appreciated by Miss Lear but also by her legion of friends Popular Place to Stop The Ballard House on Danville street just below The Record office is one of the most popular hotels or boardink houses Lancaster ever had Everything is kept neat and in perfect order the beds and rooms are clean and the tablesupplied with everything good the market affords The rates are reasonable and if you want to get the best meals and most comfortable quarters stop at the Ballard House The news of the death of Mrs Eflie Hill which occurred at her home in Richmond Sunday will be received by friends in Lancaster with much regret Deceased was the wife of Rev F M 11111 pastor of the Methodist church at Richmond and a daughter of Rev W B Godbey of Perryville Three survive besides a husband The remains were brought to Perryville where funeral services were held fol lowed by burial in the Perryville cem every THE DEMONSTRATION At the Grocery Store of H M Ballou Saturday One of the most unique and attac tive social functions given in this city for some time was the reception held last Saturday at II M Ballous grocery store It an all day air iir and but for the inclemency of the weather the capacious apartment could not have accommodated the crowds gathered to partake of the dainty and substantial luncheon spread for the delectation of Mr Ballous many customers The bill of fare con listed of eatables furnished by Jas Heekiii Cos coffee firm the cele brated II J Heinz Cos preserve and pickle establishment and the National Biscuit Co The representatives sent here by these wellknown firms to demonstrate the superiority of their goods were Messrs Graves Mathews Barrow and outsell The manner in which these gentlemen served their delicate dishes to the eager public fur nished a course of refresnments fit for a feast of the gods The II M Ballou grocery store was appropriately with lloral adornment for the large influx of guests strains of music issuing from a curtained alcove lent festivity to the auspicious occasion and the savory odor of Heinz baked beans and chow chow the delicious flavor of Heekins coffee and the and daintiness of the National Biscuit Cos breads promised a palate able and substantial repast The demonstration of these articles brought to their representatives larger sales than they had the Saturday be fore in Lexington the capital of the Blue Grass region and also drew for Mr Bailou the biggest trade he has had since he has been in Lancaster PAINT LICK Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins Miss Louise Terry is quite sick with measels Mrs Minnie Jennings was in Lancas MondayMiss Casenburg has been quite sick with measels W S Fish has returned from a bus trip to St Lour Emory McWhorter and Roy spent Sunday in Berei Born to the wife of H L Wallace on the 25th a daughter Mr Austin of Richmond has moved to oui town and is working in Griggs shop Rev McCulum will preach at the ball here next Sunday morning and evenin The Christian Endeavor will give and pie supper on the night of April 5th Mrs Annie Adams Sue Wallace and Pattie Engleman were in Richmond this week Your correspondent has been on the sick list consequently we were unable to get up the news last week Miss Lewis Guynn who has been quite sick with pneumonia has sufficently to be out again Mrs J W Black Mrs P A Farris of McWhorter and Mrs J G Morffet of Colorado are the guests of their sister Mrs A B Estridge Wynn Co have increased their stock of goods since changing bands and are doing a thriving business Dont forget to call and see their new goods It is an every days business for pen pIe to come here to rent a house or rooms What a pity Paint Lick not spread out a little There is bard ly room for the wagons loaded with tobacco for the American Tobacco Co The reelve dally thousandspf pounds Hili children was fj bedecked freshness Iness Estrld e asocial 5 I I I I I I I weli appointed Y S 8C recovered vac Goods New arid Uptodate Spring Clothing v Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Arriving Daily H T LOGAN New Spring r II and- y Our new line of have arrived Prices un heard of 100 125 150 and 200 per pair See the quality for the money and Axmins ter Rug 9x12 Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley Co r II I I I I Furniture Matting Carpets Brussels I J J BeazleyUndertaker r Lace Curtains i irterlal and Cavity Embalming Pull line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on street just above Presbyterian church 11L r i Danville Phone 14 a j4 350 400 KING QUAliTY ilJllqg ijlIIIjgII m mJ I El SHOES I FOR MEN r All the NEW SHAPES and LASTS STYLE and QUALITY g 1 go hand in hand in their make a js Come in and let us S to you THE vf9S I Logari jJry foods 1 upIS L r mtw them COMPANY s IVw u u SALT freshsalt received We have it in 7 bushel barrels 5 Ibushel barrels bushel sacks SEED All kinds seed COAL Best grades of COAL FEED Hay Oats Corn Chop Etc FLOUR Ballard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrelS service Telephone 26 BANKS HUDSON fV rw litwr r Car just and 2 of field Prompt CENTRAL RECORD Issiucd Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster KM at SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Lancaster Ky Mardi 30 1906 Several from here attended county court atLancaster Monday Charley Creech of Berea who is at home sick is not yet able to return to schoolMr MrsJLess Temple are rejoic ing over the arival of atine boy to bless their home Sunday school will organize at 1st Sunday in April Old and ourip be sure to attend i Mr Grover II Ross who is attending College in Louisville is ex petted home by the last of the week Mr J A Blayder has returned to his home at Kansas City Mo atter spend ing several months here with friends and relatixes We are very glad to get a receipt for getting rid of rats through the Re cord as we think a great many have landed here in their wild fight Last Saturday and Sunday was Brother Pikes regular appointment at Freedom the congregation was small on account of the bad weather On the 8th of October 1906 Mr and Mrs I D Baker will give a surprise dinner to their handsome son Mr Eddie Baker Every one is most cordially in vited especially the young ladies are to piece a quilt block and bring to be put together that day LOWELL Mr and Mrs Robert Brown were in Richmond last week Mrs Belle Henderson is with daughter in Broadhead Mrs Davis from Noatown Tenn is visiting her son Mr Sterling Davis Mr J A Arnold and daughter Miss Halleen visited Mrs Lizzie Dunn last weekRev the pastor of Mt Tabor took dinner with Mr William Hurts family Sunday Mr Jack Partin of Middlesboro is visiting his wife at her mothers Mrs Emma Whites Mrs Dr Smith of Richmond who has been visiting Mrs James Gallispie has returned to her home Mrs Nannie Richard and Mrs Dick Campbell from Allum Springs visited at Mrs Will Ralstons last week Mrs Mary Dunn of Bryantsville has been spending several weeks with WI NINA i I Auston A P r Freedom Medical a her- S t V wh her son Mr Jesse Dunn has returned homeMiss Avis Metcalf who has been at tending school at Kirksville spent from Friday until Monday with friends at this place BEUNA VISTA Miss Bessie Bolton is a visitor at LexingtonBorn the wife of R P Ison on the 24th a daughter Mrs Ike Leaveil left Thursday for her home in Indiana Mr and Mrs H C Spoonamore were in day last week Miss Florence Christopher went to Lexington Monday to attend the fun eral of her cousin Elbrige Christopher CecilMisses AddieSmith and Elenor Bro of Lexington at tended the funeral of Mrs Houston here Sunday- W S Pate a rual route inspector was here last week looking over a pro spective route from here via Brights Bend to Bryantsville The funeral of Mrs Clarinda Huston took place at Mt Olivet Sunday morn lug at eleven oclock Rev Welburn otliciating A large concourse of peo pie in attendence Floral offerings beautiful Mrs Huston is well known having been in the merchandise bus iness for a number of years but at tho time of her death was living with her daughter Mrs Kaufman She was the mother of Mr C C Becker of Bryants ville Mrs Houston was a devoted Christian for years a member of church MANSE Mr and Mrs Jake White are visiting at Captain Dotys this week Miss Pan tha Royston who has been sick for several days is up Miss Luella Arnold of L uieaster is visiting Mr Rjbert Arnold of Manse William Crow Doty of Surveyor West Virginia is spending few days homeMr Anderson of Manse who has been very sick is much better at this writing Rev W C McCollum of Lexington spent the day with Mr Boyle Doty last Sunday Messers Claud Spillman and Frank Higgins attended a show last Wednes day night and made a narrow escape of the fire at Kirksville which the opera house Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and am y t afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Rayne editor of the Herald Addington In dian Territory but thanks to dham berlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the best of liniments If troubled with rheuma tism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which itaffords application relieves the pain For sale by McRoberts Drug Store 1m Harrodsburg one gleand Thos Brogel UI destroyed lOne Methodist again A car load of Wire Fence Best Fence On the Market I I r Collar Collar Pads Straps I I Back Bands I e 440444 44Y4 4 new0 I t Ask our prices on Hames OR ANYTHING YOU NEED ON YOUR 1xARM ROMtIN8 ELMOREl F rYi1ns K es4 Danville Kentucky EXTRAORDINARY SHOWING OF New Spring Goods Now that the time for Spring Shopping has arrived we desire to anncurce our complete readiness in every department of our business- In bespeaking your patronage for the coming season we have ro hesitancy in saying that never in the history ofthis house has there been such a comprehen sive selection to cboose from and we extend an invitation to all to visit our store and array of attractive Spring Goods we have to offer Whetheryou contemplate a purchase or you will be most welcome and the goods will b3 shown with a willingness that will make your trip one of real pleasure I WELSH WISMAN coJ e seethe not V n r r Tailored Suits A charming selection in the beautiful Chiffon Panamas and other Summer weaves black white and the pastel shades including Grays Coral Helio and French Blues Etons and Poney Coat styles Prices range from 15 to 35 Silk DemiCostumes The smart dainty appearance of the new Silk Suits assures their great popularity this Spring We have an attractive line of these in Black and colors Price 18 to 35 Shirt Waists Silk Lace and Muslin Waists in endless variety Jap Silk Waists 250 to 4 Special value in Lace Waists 650 Sheer Lawn Waists aoc i and up Spring Dress Goods Our usual large assortment of the sea sons choicest fabrics 40inch Wool BatisteBlack and colors ocyd 38inch Check Suitings soc yd 46inch Chiffon Panamas Blacks and colors i yd 46inch Black Voiles 125 to 2 yd New Silks Our magnificent collection of new Silks is really a thing of beauty Habutai Silks checks and stripes 490 White Habutai Silks 25c soc and 750 Yard wide Black Taffetas 8gc i and 135 Stylish Louisines in Queens Gray 750 and i rr I f 1 I j New Spring Wraps There is much wider range in new Coat styles than is usually found for Spring Nobby Covert Jackets 750 to 15 London Rain Coats 1200 to 20 Silk Eton and Empress Coats 10 to 25 Misses and Childrens Coats 5 to 650 Stylish Dress Skirts- A sascinating assortment of Walking and Dress Skirts in Silk Panamas and Voiles now ready Prices range from 5 Iovi5 Kid Gloves A complete line of Kid and Silk Gloves in long lengths at popular prices 16But ton Long Silk Gloves and 125 pair Elbow length Kid Gloves 250 and 3 iClaspLondonStreet Gloves special i pair Wash Fabrics Everything thats new and good can be found here Sheer Organdies beautiful de signs Mercererized Madras neat effects iSc yd Silk Ginghams Checks and Plaids 2c yd New Banzai Silks all colors 5oc yd Dress We can meet your every demand for Sheer Waist and Suiting Linens 36inch Linen Suiting extra value iScyd 36inch Sheer Linen Cambric yd 36inch Handkerchief Linen tfc Hoc and up 90inch Linen Sheeting 950 and 125 yd and Silk 1 c Linens special25c ti 1 j 125 yd EW tSr IELSI i II i r I W I S MAN Danville ent cky2 u 4 i o tf- rii The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BEST IIF GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING R- Stormes Drug Store j Lime and Cement a If you buy ICE of L H MULLFINGER J you can get a reduction by buying ice x f tickets We carry a full line of Groceries and Vegetables and an uptodate line of j Fresh and Cured Meats ff of all kinds and our prices are the lowest jb 1 L H MULLFINGER p Jrnr fijfiJ1 1EiI8jgmjj J J I m P rcv rnrn fj fj J1J J Wrn Vi lC I I I t I q IIi I II I I I I I I Ih r aslt jIlY o II J Write A to any member of The City Council or to the City Clerk if you know of a Blind Tiger Gambling or CrapShooting or any violation of the City Ordinances giving names lo cation and witnesses as fat as possible Back up your of ficers by YOUR MORAL SUPPORT not by criticism if YOU are interested in the suppression of vice TELL WHAT YOU KNOW not what you whole truth not ungrounded suspi cion tell all you know with out fear or favor Dont say the officers are In collusion with vice unless you can sub stantiate the fact A TAXPAYER Jesse DWearen Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel use MARKS RTIXIimi Boots Shoes Rubbers Cist LeastWear Best Salesman BKUS That Smooth Finish Letter iI I J thinktell I rl CINCINNATI f I E C I Insurallc Agent t OOOaaO e So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky WANTED Chicago wholesale and mail or der house assistant awn or woman for this county and adjoining territory permanent No investment or experience re at once for full enclose H 133 Lake St Chicago 111 SURE AfE S SPEEDY lujl IVIlCtW H M Mwn tw Brfflt to 3 IMS RHEuMAT SM CURE T AIMMM kf F P FRISBIE Dragglt I Salary and expenses o Apr IS 11 A rJ0 plea ant position particulars Be COOPER C0 Ca Coto flit tert ill 11Vt2 IMdI I t1Ml talai tali dw 1 Swellest Creations s Millinery 93 have what you want S1 Ofibihfcib Pfe Our regular opening S M1 Saturday March 31st We invite everyone to call j fesf and see our stock gsf 1 SALLIE D TILLET Im The Musical Event At Court House Monday April 16 1906 One Only The Celebrated Club and Lady Quartette Assisted by a Famous Entertainer And the Celebrated Young American Violin Yirtuso Tommy PurcellI- n a delightful program entirely free from lull ness and consisting of Lady Quartettes Yiolin and Vocal Solos Mandolin and Guitar Club Comic and Serious Readings Etc Etc Etc Music and Mirth A musical entertainment that is alike to the musician and the masses Prices 50c and 75c DONT Miss Tins TKEAT Our program It speaks for itself Reserved seats for sale at Stormes Drug Store Trees Plants Vines For the Spring of 190G The BrUE GRASS NURSERIES at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rheu barb Asparagus Etc We employ no agents Strawberry and gener al catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons Wm Herndon 6 B Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over stories r THE g 0 IN Ve 0 f fJJ lNfJ r 0J ight SchubertSymphony I t l 11 Ti 0 Q o o o ate c f r enjoyable n 1 tt drugstore V r Dont forget on s fMERI6fN fEN66 I Cheapest J3EST on the market today MOUNT ELFIN tr our prices y Strongest AND FENCE L 7 r Gossip About People V N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are In S T Leavel has returned from Som erset Mrs Taylor Burdett visited Mrs Jas Hill Monday Miss Stella Huston is the guest of Lancaster relatives Mrs Eliza Ballard was the guest of Mrs John Ballard Monday Mr Yates Hudson was the guest of Mr Banks Hudson Monday Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton are spend ing several days in Memphis Mr J II Harris of Turnersville was among the court day visitors Miss Jessie Doty spent Sunday with Miss Gertrude Noel in Danville Mrs Bettie Landram has returned from a visit to Lexington and Danville Mr W G Kemper cashierof the Bank Paint Lick was here Mon dayMr Frank Pierce and daughter Miss Lillie are visiting in Louisville this weekMiss Nell Johnston has returned from a visit to relatives at Gilbert Creek Mrs Minnie Jennings of Paint Lick was the guest of Mrs Jane Jennings MondayMr C Walton the popular editor of the Interior Journal was bore MondayMiss Miles of Buckeye is the charming guest of Misses Willie and Bessie Pierce Mr John T Johnston of Livingston J Peoples 7 I l 1 i I 1 j I I 1 I You are cordially invited Ito our of I2 Ladies I 5aturda- gI Thirty First II Nineteen ttul1dred Six I miss Broaddus Ii and miss Ieltucly attQnd Jar ual- Openin JlQadwearon march J BQttiQ Rose J1QrtQgcQ Durki- nlncaster b spent Sunday with his father Mr Thomas Johnston Mr Henry Clay Jennings has been quite ill for some days Mr and Mrs R G Price of Danville have been the guests of Lancaster rel Dr B F Walter went to KinKSville Wednesday to visit his brothers G A and W C Walter M Logan and son are in the city buying Spring goods for The Logan Dry Goods Co Messrs Harry Tomlinson and Will Gregory left this week on a prospect fug trip to North Dakota Miss Margarite Kinnaird of the Cincinnati Conservatory or music was at home the first of the week Kate Huffman who has been the guestof Mrs T S Elkin has to her home in Stanford Misses Margaret and Bessie Shugars have returned from a visit to their brother W K Shugars at Brodhead Miss Theo Ilemphill of Madison spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Judge and Mrs J C Ilemphill Miss Robinson of the Graded School has returned from her home in Camp bellsville where she was called by the illness of a relative Mr John B Mersuon of Somerset and daughter Mrs Arthur C Hill of Stanford were the guests of W Walter Saturday Stormes Tuesday from a protracted trip to Florida He tells some and fish stories but we dare not them Mrs Ada Kinnaird has secured the services of Miss Annie Mills of Flem ingsburg who has arrived and taken cnanre ot the trimming department of Mrs Kinnairds millinery store Saturdays Louisville Times contain ed good pictures of George Swinebroad Mildred and Virginia Beaziey three of Lancasters pretty little tots who par ticipated in the Lilliputian wedding given in this city recently A Mr Jack Letcher of Shelby ville was here Tuesday on business and to see his relatives He is a son of Dr Letch er ot Henderson one of the most physicians in Kentucky Mr Letcher married daughter of the late Rev Mr Vaughan pastor of the Lancaster and Fork Baptist churches Always Keeps Coamberlains Cough Remedy in His House We would not be without Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of the Lowry City Mo That Is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than it has become settled in the system This remedy is also without a peer for croup in children and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoaise or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by McRoberts 1m ati yes Mrs J Miss returned Institute his sister Mrs J 11r and Mrs Juo E returned monster snake publish prominent Miss Hattie Vaughan Chamberlains Independent after Drugstore r ICoff COFFEE Yes we are sole agJlts for Ifatnouh Woolson Co line of Coffees prices ranging from 1156 exceedany other line in town Call and let us show you or phone 20 IIY DIVID30N 0 l gIXI ti I 1 Coffee the Spied 1pi 7 tO 356 p r pound f We guarantee this coffee to far I tlo Q i Q BETIIS Mr Bright Herring lost his tine fame horseMr Bourne of Hubble at tended court at Lancaster Monday and visited homefolks Messers Sam and Butler Sutton of Illinois who attended the burial of their mother have returned home Mr and Mrs Taylor House of Crab Orchard visited Mr and Mrs Loyd Bourne Saturday night and Sundav The of Mrs Mary A Sut ton regret to learn of her death which occured last Monday night She had been a constant sufferer of consump tion years growing worse a few weeks ago She was a member of the Baptist church at Lancaster and the noble pure life she has spent has won for her a crown in the Great She leaves four children to her mourn loss Mrs Loyd Bourne of Bettis Mrs Taylor House of Crab Orchard and Messers Sam and Bottle Sutton of Illinois She moved to Grab about six months ago to have the kind and tender care of her daughter with whom she lived happily until her death Funeral services were at the Lancaster Baptist church Wednesday morning at eleven oclock and the remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery UNCONSCIOUSNESS OF FAME Exemplified in the Extreme of a Celebrated Author George Grote the author of the History of Greece long the standard on that subject was a man of great simplicity and was wholly of his own celebrity Sev eral anecdotes illustrative of this fact are given in Some Famous Women of Wit and Beauty one of whom is Mrs GroteWhile Mr Grote was walking in the park he would perhaps notice that one or two persons looked at him with some attention He would at once turn to his wife in alarm Have I got any dirt on my face Harriet Is there anything the matter with my hat and he would clutch his headgear with both hands Why are those people looping at meMrs Grofes proud answer was you are George Grote thats allOnce when he was on a visit to Cam bridge Grote wished to see the of natural history but was told that the professor was so busy something that he could not be strong magnifying power powerful light shirtsleeves up can not be bothered with anybody The modest historian would have retired but his wife persisted that it was Mr Grote who wished to see the professor What he cried Mr Grote Give me my coat I must wash my hands In a minute he had transformed and would not let them go for two hours HARDEST LIFE OF ALL Sailors on the Ships That Carry Incur Many Hard ships Sailing ship life is the hardest of all said the first officer of a liner to a New Orleans Times Democrat writes I lived on sailing ships till two years ago Once we were 156 days in sailing from Liverpool to Frisco It took us eight weeps to round the Horn eight weeks of snow and hall and icy winds Night after night we sailors turning in took off our soaking underclothes wrung the water out of them and then slept with them under our so that when we came to put them on in the morning they would be warm Sometimes we would spend five hours aloft trying to reef one sail a sail frozen so stiff so boardlike that it would be impossible to make a wrinkle in it Handling these wet and frozen sails and ropes our hands split These cracks which would not heal are called sea cuts They are a sail ors bane A Fovoetlr Remedy for Babies Its pleasant tast and prompt cure have made Chamberlains Cough a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any of pneumonia or other serious It not only cures croups but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by McRoberts Drug store Ira ooo oeoocoo ooco o o o oocco Especially BeantiM The showings of Spring illin rv leave nothing to be wished for Quantities of flowers A good showing of Ostrich Large Buckles of shell etc Lots of laces including the new Princess A touch of Gold and Silver Neapolitan and Silk Braids and large broad QuillsPlenty of Ribbon In Satins and Velvet Hats in plainer Chips Leghorns Hair etc Colors Vleux Rose Violets Reds Greens Leath er Browns etc We extend a cordial invita lion to everyone to call and examine the stock Ada U Kinnaird Noels old stand Rich street PHONE 180 manyfriends for several Beyond conducted Simplicity unconscious Because professor dissecting interrupted himself Canvas pillows Remedy danger consequences 0 1 1 fI I I 1 I fabricS I I I I 1 I JIIIIUII IIJ UIIU famous I Se hire Miss mend r at Business Items I See Ptfij Hes the ice man tf Mall Boxes at Mount Elkins Mall Boxes at Mount Elkins Save money buy Neverwctt Rooting John Magec We start it others follow tf Currey Herndon Watch the big Soap deal at Currey Herndon tfO Toilet every discription Frisbies Drug Store How would you like to be the Im it tf Just recieved a car load of Buggies us for prices Haselden Bros 3t A nice lot of two feet boards on hand now John Magee See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash etc John Mcgee We have a Car of Spring Beauties in the way of Buggies 3t Haselden Bros This summer when you get warm call up Pug Elkin Hes the ice man No 29 tf else Currey Herndon tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Home Journal 10 21tf If you want your hens to lay more feed them Inter National Poultry food Currey Herndon tfr Window sizes Paiut Putty Varnish and oils at prices Frisbies Drug Store 7- If your old clock is out of fix it m and get a new one Thompson the Jeweler tf Currey Herndon distrioutors of fancy groceries and delicacies competirion Currey Herndon We sell Blankes coffee that made coffee drinking a fad at Worlds fair tf Currey Herndon Just Received New lot sewing and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Newest and Box Tablets and envelops Frisbies Drugstore Handsomest line of cut ever brought to Central Kentucky just o pened at Morrow tf We sell first class goods at inferior prices not inferior goods at first class prices Currey Herndon tf Just Riceivdd New lot of instrumentstrings Jeweler tf Neverwett Roofing will last you from 10 to 15 years and only SI 10 per square caps and nails included John Magee 2t Remember for Buggies and Harness that Haselden Bros have the goods and prices that can not be beat 3t Haselden Bros For chapped hands face or lips use Almond itively cure them Theta tf FrisbieS Drug Store Hornless red heifer Left my place on Lexington pike about Feb 1 Fmrdollars reward for return Wm Lear tf Calladium Canna Bulbs and Potted Plants for sale at Hamilton Dunlaps store Orders for Cut a spe clalty Mrs Chaires Walter 3 16tf See the handsome watches and clocks McRobertsNobrought to Central Kentucky If you want to see tall hustling just ring up 181 and see how quickly we can deliver your order for anything in the grocery line Curry Herndon tt The Baptist Ladies Aid has engaged Dr T T Eaton of Louisville to deliver one of his popular lectures here Friday evening April 27th His subject will be Poor Kin tf We have a beautiful line of of engraved wedding invitations cards etc Come em Very latest styles The Record office tf The pupils of the Herring district are requested to meet Sunday afternoon at Herrings at three for the purpose of organizing the Sunday school 2t W E Moss president 1st Dist Last Notice All knowing themselves indebted to Lancaster Graded School for back taexs will please call at once and set tIe as it will save you cost as space has been engaged in this paper to same E W Harris Tres 2t I have secured the services of Miss Rose Durhen as trimmer for the She is one of the best to be found la the South and cordially invite the ladies to call and see stock of Spring and Summer Millinery It is useless to say we have most beautiful line ever brought to Lancaster Miss Bettic Broaddus The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about and one half acres with a good two story house containing 8 also large garden barn and barn lot For particulars write or apply to C W or F P Frisbie Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where 1 be glad to have you at any old that suits best and wber I can make prices on coal and salt I surprisingly cheap both in yard or 5 miles of this Special prices to parties wanting car Will any I and hay always paying highest market for kinds feed Ring 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and street A y S i s 4 Article Iceman Elkin produce glass all low Paper Best It will pos Pri e Lost Cow calling Notice schoolhouse schoolhouse advertise season For Sale w tl herein to hav for J De8 ii f S C Pug see 5c C brio C del S st n t S C Tmade s see one rooms y core rylllit i I o All bills are due the past month or two Call at L II Mullfingersand pay them at once 2t Corn Crushed Bring in your corn and get it crush ed for feed Batiks Hudson Take your prescriptions to Ffisbies Store uses but thevery finest drugs and ob talnable 2 2 tf county court day tf Mittc A Dunn Supt Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf We have sat in 7 bushel barrels o bushel barrels and 2 bushle sacks It Banks Hudson Hemp Wanted Will buy and receive at the Marksbury and Hudson ware house Call phone 1C or 20 It M West Co About ten or twentylive acres of good grass land for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year Ap ply to this office tf Silver Wyandotts Eggs from picked and mated pens of Pure Bred Silver Wyandotts 1 00 per sitting G tf Lancaster Ky meals during court at 25cts Evry thing good and served in the best pos sible manner Miss Lena Bright Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of roses gory plums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order to get it we propose to give you more for your produce than any one else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Herndon The Best Flour I have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand and can make a price that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the many ex celling qualities of this Flour 1 have it Fii barrels Frank B Marksbury Flower Sale The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will have a llowersale at the store of C D Powell begginning on April 14th and continuing several days A splendid assortment will be on hand and you buy them at very reasonable prices Remember the date tf We Throw In Somthing You will not in style unless vou have ourSPRING HAIR CUTS with your new Spring hut and suits Free hair tonic Rivers with every shampoo Henry M Duncan the old reliable Come to us for a smooth clean shave tf List At Once Xow is the time to list your property ear We preparing our new catalogue for tilt year We have special facilities for finding you a for your property and have on hand both City and farm property for sale at all times Hughes Swiuebroad Real Estate Agts Farm for Sale A Rood farm of 170 acres in one tract and 100 unimproved in another The 170 acre tract lays on Lexington pike well improved with of water and all necessary out buildings Both farms are well fenced For futh er particulars call on or address Herring Marksbury Ky White Leghorns Exclusively Do you want eggs If so get a start White Leghorns The grearest lav ers yet produced Mine have been bred for heavey for 12 years Engs 15 for 50 cents 35 for 100 100 and over 2 cents each W E Moss I sell the SureHatch incubator best made Phone 184F Imay Lancaster Ky 1906 OPENING Novelties Suit Hats Saturday March 31 Everybody Cordially Invited KJnnalrd To Advertisers Unless copy is brought to this office on MONDAY fX to change your ads that week This is a printing office rule we are forced to to Please remem x this and prepare your ads early S The finest lhie o Drug not ln I mlcals Fridayand byEdSalt Wanted B dayboard b to go for buyer also I I Patterns Ada 1 Q 2 it will be impossible for us i J i crftime ever DrugStore Coal S one of are the M adhere her 4 Buggy Painting We use the Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Busies etcI hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call Bros Our line of Druggist Sundries is complere in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes Chamois Sponges Soaps Perfumes Face and Talcum powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRISBIES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store oc ooooo oo March is almost here Prepare yourself for damages against Windstorms and Tornadoes with a Policy issued by J H KINNAIRD General 1 usiiraiice any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 E L Woods Prest V C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED We offer you fair treat j CAPITAL 1600000 ment with every accom SURPLUS 600000 modal ion that is DIPROTORS consistent with COY RL ARNOLD BURROWSconservativeBanking Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance LEWIS Y LEAVELL President JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL l5iot SURPLUS JIOM B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKT Ass tCashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON B P Hudson nnnrnnn trnmrmmmmmmm e Ei and E REPAIRING EonE a I I I R OOCOOOOOOO I II f I r j FREE special with Bastin Telephone Co I r E W C FISH i a i Ir rrrr rp Con I J1IUIiJ1111111111111U1111 1111111111111UJIIIIIJIUUJIIJIIJIIJ111111111 r i S swill By arrangements 1 J J Walker T M Arnold r r mJImB I AVcgefnblc Prcparationfor Assimilating ut- atthe St andowels of Promotes i estionCheerru1 ness and neither OplUffiMorphine nor neal NOT NARCOTIC wOldlJrS4MlZZPJrrIlEI- lJturll Slit Anis SuJ f forConst lion Sour StomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF Signature or NEW YORK EXACT COPYOFWRAPPR H iIfl uIuuuItIInTtlIrltPII I- IIHCASTa RIA Seir- IAfrJcna R4Ie 11CaflEttJJL11777eJ iynrnflirnv SLEEI- TacSimite I II u T For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years RIA THE CENT UR COMPANY NEW YOR CITY ATORIA PREIvflUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades of Oats Corn Barley and Linseed Meal properly balanced and ground For horses KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine is the same except contains Cotton Seed Meal in place of Linseed Cheaper and Better than ordinary Feeds Goes farther finer results Opinions of its users given interested write for prices Grains Seeds Potatoes Poultry Supplies Onion Sets Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY IS ILL ST WILL COST YOU to write for our big FJtUC JJICVCLE j jsievcLKS and BELOW any other manufacturer or dealer in the world DQNOTB7A BiCYCLEkind until you have received our Tee Cata i illustrntm and describing kind of lowgrail is latest models and learn of our t ia le LO sow offers made possible by iissj frua niddlemcus profits 1O nays iousc in the world able information by simply writing us a postal We need a in every town and can offer an to make money to suitable young men who apply at once O N L 8m5O per NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES W Result of 15 years experience in tire S iK making No danger from CAC g 3B be vulcanized like any other tire Two Hundred pairs ROW in aolual use Over Seventyfive Thousand pairs sold last year vill outlast any make SOFT IiLS IUJJ1NU EISSGttPTtSKs Made in all sizes It is and easy riding durable and lined insid with a of rubber which never becomes closes small nunctui without allowing the air to We have hundreds that tires have only been pumped twice i au tire the prepared fabric on the tread That or is overcome the patent Basket squeezed out between the tire and the so per pair but for advertising wear of only 480 per AU orders shipped same day letter is received We ship COI on approval representedWeifyou FULL CASH WITH OUUE1 and enclose this advertisement Ve will also send one plated bass hand pump and two meta puncture closers on full orders these puncture closers to be in case of cuts or Tires to be returned at if for reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us as as in a bank Ask Postmaster Banker Express or Freight Agent or Editor of this paper about ns If order a pair oi these that they will ride easier run wear better last longer a you will us your order We want you to send us a small this remarkable tire offer fttfftmtyffm 0r 4inre saddles pedals parts and repairs an everything in bicycle are us at the usur for our SUNDRY tarA sir lc us a today uo NOT THINK OF BUYING bicycle or a pair until know the new wonderful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write it NOW MilD CYCLE BftMPAfiY Bapi J L CHICAGO ILL fertilizers the complete line of TI1a SUNDRIES at ronIi or on all c I lo cjhicdes old lml wonderful t Rio FreIght an ll other liberal tern WIll evcrythiug cud get much RIde PUNGTUR P OOF YESPlico 80 JJa 8pair 8 PER PAI To EUWOa f Wo Will Sell N llS TCK I BIlilI X clh fiiIJQ LT AlP ltiP Trc Aa CASH WITH ORDIR 455 S tl u r j ijo N t hlPINS cd lIc rrstirSerious like intentional knife cuts canT and D also rho Ut to prevent rita cutting cot Ii Ih of lctters from satisfied customers up once or a whole season They weigh no more qualities bring by of thin scnsatlon commonly felt when riding on Weave ch rom thus overcomIng all suction The regular of s i tiner than any tire you have or seen at any We know that you will so wen that when you want order at once hence e prices charged by dealers and repair men NOT o 6 rcEM1uizj 1 FEDIMANF El I IUMi n 4 siowiiigI c a I 1 A I fes cotI Li Iiiiii W4 Yl IkICES facto ls lirect to rider with no t4C WE Shfl Cis JIPPRO t wztlzozd a ca dos Pay allow Free TtiI and niake which no Ilil tic You wilt learn valu4 I Ii AnI t2O 1W 1 Yo 9trith CGLb IOnj Lcii i TUS NAiLS TACKS or 1 l given thes a special price to the is the catalogu- eD but postal U CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tbe Signature of KILL COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS CONSUMPTION Price SOc 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOTJB LES or MONEY BACK TAR f THE KingsNew and LOS tk FOR OUGHS S p ugkud The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MARCH S3 4 r H CATTLE Oholce to prime shipping steers 4 79 S 25 MedIum to good shipping steers 4 3o 4 75 Choice butcher steers 4 50 4 7S Medium to good butchers 2 50 3 00 Common to medium butchers 3 50 4 00 Good to choice feeders S 25 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 75 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 3 75 3 73 Common to medium stock steers 2 SO 3 CO Good to choice stock heifers 3 25Q 3 75 Common to medium stock heifers 2 00 2 SO Plain light mixed stockers 2 00 Is 50 Medium to good bulls 2 25 3 00 Choice veal calves 575 6 CO Common to medium calves 5 40 Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO ibs 65 Medium packers 160to200 c 50 Choice light ship 120 to 160 lbs c 40 Choice pigs 90 to 120 lbs Good pigs 50to90Ibs 550 Roughs 150 to 400 lbs 5 85 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 4 75 5 85 275 3 5D to medium 2 00 3 00 Backs j 1 50 300- Extra shipping lambs i 675 Best butcher Iambi e 00 Common tailendlamb 4 0091 SO I I HOGS lb Ii 95 Comm ti Fair OWn d loiso or Vhich J JUkes Booth Escaped James W Pumphrey of this owned the horse on which J Wilkes Booth the assassin of President Lin coin made his escape lIe was a prom inent Mr Pumphrey owned livery stable and Booth engaged horse there The purrs worn by Booth were from Mr Pumphrey In the o pinion of Mr Pumphrey the assassin Lincoln was devised alone by Booth He regarded Mrs Surratt as innocent and on the day of her execu tion he sat four hours on a swift horse waiting to carry the possible reprieve of President Johnson to the un fortun ate woman The horse hired by Booth was not recovered It is said to have been kill ed by Harrold the companion of Booth to prevent detection after their escape into Maryland Baltimore News In Memoriam On Friday the 23rd as the shadows of night were dropping their curtains the cold and cruel hand of death un linked the life of Clara Huston to re link in that sweet celestial home where when lIe bids them come the alluring call they cannot resist Just about one year ago she was left in the somber darKnes of She then went so live with one of her daughters thinking it lonely to live alone She was stricken with ap poplexy a few weeks ago and it was thought then death would soon follow but for some wise purpose the Lord let her stay with those broken hearted ones a little longer She was reported better and all were helped up with the thought of her recovery She then had a change for the worse and soon passed away She was a lady who was loved by most all who knew her The remains were laid to rest in Mt Olive cemetery where a large crowd of loved ones who assembled to pay their last tribute of respect to one of tile grandest most noble Central Kentucky ever knew She leaves four children Mrs Sallie and Rosa Knuffman Mr Will Becker of Indianna Mr Charley Becker of Bry n svillr The lovely character and disposition of Mrs Huston will never be forgotten The berevcd fami Iy have the deepest sympathy of the peoplr who join in mourning the great loss Funeral services were at Mt Olivet Sunday at one oclock One Who Loved Her Blanks for School Census will furnished the trustees at ottlce c Unty Superintendent also otllce of County clerk The law requires the chairman of the board of trustees to have the reports tiled at the ollice of Superintendent on or by the of May Mittie A Dunn Supt A FOOLISH PLAN I businessman borrowed ationof f widowhood relined women conducted tirst day city tIle ibt ol TIe a to eat T welcome my dinner hour Because I rout indigestion with August Flower I qConstipation is the result of various of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail Im bound in the bowels is a expression of people who look mis What a foolish plan when nature could be aided by the use of Greens August Flower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach August new life to th insures healthy stools a fTwo sizes 250 750 All druggist For sale by R E McRoberU Little Pocket Physician Hyomel Inhaler that is Guaranteed- by R E McRoberts to Cure Catarrh Thousands who have been cured by Hyotnei call the inhaler that comes with every outfit The little pocket physician as it is so small that itcan be carried in the pocket or purse Prior to the discovery of Hyomei statistics showed that at least 57 out of every 100 persons in this state were suffering from catarrh in some form The remarkable results following tbe use of Hyomei arc shown the percentage today of suff r ing from catarrh There is really no excuse whatever for anyone having catarrh now that Hyomei is so readily obtainable if you have any doubt its value R E McRoberts will let you have a complete outfit with the understanding that un less it cures catarrh it will not cost YOU a cent A complete Hyomei outfit the little pocket physician a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy omei and costs only 1 while bottles of Hyomei can be for 5o cents making it the most economical as well as the most relia ble treatment for tbe cure of catarrh Do not delay longer the use of Hyomei if you have catarrh This is a purely local disease and Hyomei goes right to the spot where tbe ca tarrhal germs are present destroys tlieai soothes and heals all inflamma tion and makes a permanent and last B k I rl appetitei theydoq common persistin smaller people consists- of additional procured Ingcure lOIE It i SUFN SSI4SPrSMI PN1UIU REAL ESTATE Farms and City Property For SALE and EXCHANGE New List Below will be found an absolutely nev ust of property which we on hand together with other prorerty not herein listed Our increased and experience places us in a posi tion to find the purchaser what will suit him and to find the seller a We bring buyer and seller This list will be taken from and added to from time to time To prospective purchasers something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the front rank as to the produc tion of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for breaking hemp was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paying the highest market price as also for all other farm products- A new brick hotel and a new Bank with a capital stock of 5000000 is a certainty Tile stock has been subscrib ed and work on the building will com mence at once Plans are also being perfected for the erection of a new opera house arid other business We have one of the best graded schools in Kentucky the BEST system of water works in the State and the best system of electric lights Also headquarters for tbe Bastin Telephone Company whose lines reach all points The Bell Telephone also has a line here There is free rural delivery of mall along all the pikes in the County Further description is unnecessary but Come and See Ko 1 Urlck store room on public square In Lancaster 25 feet frontage buck fill length of the block Is in the best business portion of the town Can sell this property so as to net purchaser 7 per cent on his invest incut after payment of taxes Insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 2 Frame cottage rooms acres of ground on Totteu avenue in Lancaster acres 1300 00 for 1200 per month No 3 5 room frame cottage on Totten avenue in Lancaster 15S acres of land 1 acre in grass Rents for 1000 per month Price 110000 No 4 Shriek storeroom aud dwelling on Danville street in Lancaster Close to Public Square Time storeroom Is large and well light Dwelling portion has large story hall 4 and bath room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable ut the rear of premises opening on alley Price 75000 The building alone without the ground is worth the money No 8 lots In Lancaster Can suit you In location nnd price No 9 Large and commodious brick ness house and dwelling in the hut business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 1J acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the hone TIme building ou this property cost what we ask for It Price J50COOO No 10 The Dripping Springs property in Lincoln county This summer resort is so well known we deem it unnecessary to give description here We can sell this property us to be a money maker to the purchaser See or write us for price and full description- No 11 2 new cottage houses ou Totteu ave hue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No 12 5 building lots on Totten Ar one in Lancaster 60 feet from each 1 of the lots has cistern amid foudatlou rock ready for house These lots adjoin and can sell tnem as a whole or seperately The price will suit you 250 per front foot No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden amid lot ou Lexington street in Lancaster A de sirable home In sight 01 the Graded school and ID one of the best reldence sections o the City Price 210000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 A 12 above for farm property No 15 85 acres of first class land ou the pike 4 miles from Laneastcr A splendid new cottage also a no I good tenant house a large new barn plenty of water Is on free delivery mall route within one mile of store and 2 churches and school Worth what is asked 5500 per acre No 16 74 J4 acres as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high sate of This farm is 1 J miles from pike same distance from Bryantsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price a flue investment acre No 17 2A 4 tobacco land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs pools few 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house Ice house 2 buggy houses and all necessary out bniHlngs 2 miles from Churches school stores property is right on pike and Is well Improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy payments No 18 S8 acres of land and nice 5 room cot tage 1 J miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly in grass sev eral acres iu tobacco this year As an invest Dent this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 250000 No 19 107 acres of land in Gamrd County in the Paint Lick section About 1 mile Iron pike small frame house and other out 1 stock and tobacco barn 35 acres of tlm bered land on which there is 100 floe sugar maples JK acres in grass balance In cultiva lion wateied by never failing springs and ponds Price 2000 per acre No 20 45 acres of land close to town on good pike well improved good residence and barn and out buildings is a nice home Will sell worth the money See us for price No 21 331 acres of fine hemp and tobacco land in Garrard County only 2 miles from Lan caster runs right along the pike Is near an other nike Splendid stock farm About 100 acres In cultivation balance in grass 2 story brick new tock barn and other Out buildings Is well watered Parties wanting this much land will do well to look at this or It can be divided Into smaller farms to snit2 or a 6250 per acre NO 22 242 acres of good and fertile land right on Danville pike 2 miles from town good house new barn and other out buildings Plenty of water good fencing will raise hemp and tobacco This farm can be divided so as to make 2 good farms frontingon pike 6250 per acre No 23 story frame cottage of and 2 acres of land just outside the City limits of Lancaster has lull beneflU of time town without She payment of town taxes A bargain 1 8000 No 34 A farm of 2 acres in Garrard Co yt facilities No more fertile soli run In grass TIlls property red Building f cultivation we offer it 6500 per acresof line hempaud and c This build- Ing purchaser 1 Grooms I have purchaser together build- Ings a wiltrent bud 0 mill- house 3 lirmii and tobwo lund never filling wnter furim I otic 7 ruoiiifi large flock Imrn aiii to bacco Imri liiiiiiit hon e miles iron Lan easier 7olU tr acre No 27 363 acres of us good liiud as in Gar rud Countv Close to Lancaster ou 2 pikes Can be divided into 2 or 3 farms AVill sell all ro n portion to anyone buyer See Ui for price No 29 67 acres 01 well improved Innd on a pike 1 mile of village stores aid churches it school Splendid water cistern well at bouse All 1 cultivation Good fruit 7000 j er acre Other property for sale and exchange list your property with us we would like to show you our contract Real Estate LANCASTER KENTUCKY COMBINED STALLION I HU HES SWINE RO D 0 Neatwood JrCoal Black Stallion son of Nutwood full 10 lianas high heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage NEAT WOOD J it will make the season of 1JUi at my farm miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at the low price of 8 to Insure a Living Colt lieu retained on colt for service fee Care taken to pievent accidents but not sible should any occur Neatwood Jr is the greatest living sire out of the dam of Maud S the queen of oval track Money clue when mare Is parted with He hits proven himself to be a NEATWOOI Jr Sire of Uoywood 2213 Neat Bud 2a by Nutwood JlSJf 1st dam ilam of Ocaln 22 of Hilda dam of Cuyler Coast 2KJ4 221 Hagar 225 Coast Range trial 220 of La CJracis dam of Knright 218J4 Gracewood 217 Lluwood 2 230 of Dainty dam of Crayon 22iU und grand dam of Waif 22fi by wood 74 2 dint by Norman 25 3d dam Smiths Highlander 4th damn by lends Arab I will also stand 2 Jacks at VO each These Jacks are 1C hands high with large hone and mussel Sold several colts last year at lug time for 10000 each Wm LEARLancaster Ky Paragon Bay Horse 16 hands by JOY Bird 5060 1st damn Oueida217by Florida 182 gran dam of Grace lond2HiJi- 2nd dam Lady Ham by Hambrino dam of Hawthorne 201 Ed Winter 2124 etc 3rd dam Mollie by Ashland 47 4th dam Brltton by Mambrino Britton uthdam Kit by Sir Walter Jay Bird 50CO sire of Hawthorne 206 Aller ton 20 Early Bird 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others by George Wilkes dam Lady Frank by Mambrino StaroSo Paragon is a very handsome individual of fine conformation size and style with extreme action anti speed His sire Jay Bird is one of the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on Is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 2V standard performers Including Locauda 202 Susie J 2 Ji Jay McGregor 207i Eagle Flanigan 207 aud many other performers while 1arugous 217 is the grand dam of Grace Bond20iJ4 tIme greatest racing oyearold the trotting tut f has ever scan and his second dAm Lady Ham is the loot of Hawthorne 2foi Ed Winter 2124 etc You will see from the above that Paragon is one of the best bred horses living and there Is no reason why he should not become one of Jay Birds greatest sons Ills record is no measure of his speed ns he could trot in 215 or better Should Para gon fail to get vou a trotter ho is a horse of such line conformtitioubize action style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be produced fast enough to supply time demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder His colts sic all good individuals and show wonderful speed and action He irillmukc the season of 190G at my stable three miles North of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike onlyFifteen Dollars to insure a living colt A leiu retained on colt to secure service fee Season due if marc is parted with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Telephone at residence No 187 U Lancaster Exchange FOREST STAPP Buckeye Ky Real Estate Bargains FOR SALE BY W T EWING Real Estate Agency HARRODSBURG KY 240 ACRES well irapvd near pike Mercer Co at 10 ex for smaller farm 4G Acres dwelling orch ard new barn 3100 207 Acres tine hemp tobacco land close to Bur gin with 80 acres wheat 277 Acres good Inpvd wheat farm near Burgin at70 lJ3 Acres tobacco and wheat farm near pike 5500 120 Acres on Lexington pike 5 ml Hbarg hemp laud at 75Kx 100 Acres on good road near pike well impvd 43700 18 Acres poultry farm near Burgin 1COO 57 Acres well impvd land near Bnrgin Good I75 Acres good land for any crop 3 ml Hburg on good road at f60 1G7 Acres fine land near Salvisa in grass 10 years Impvd at 55 160 Acres 3 mile Bnrgiu Crows hemp tobacco etc well Impvd at 45 liO Acre good impvd land nearpike and Shaker town 4500 150 Acres excellent laud Grant Co Ky well Impvd grows fine tobacco at 22 an acre Owner in other business Hotel opera house store all with fine trade and on same lot Stain at of growing Ky rail way to wn7000 Exchange even for a farm and many other property NOTE I have buyers for a number of good GARRARP Co farms I charge nocommlsilon til I sell Writ for my REAL ESTATE PAPER 2 o t BI lick eau 2291 4 820 2 10 dam OneIda on pike near Sill vtsl1 t HP tt rB old States than of other mate This Is account of their accuracy and simplicity JlcCnirn luau ore ib than other Ladws Magazine One Subscribe today Are t Wute 1Iand jeliberal iun Pattern cl 6 o de and Premium Catalogue showing 400 premium MWtfTM Address THE IfCCALL CO Y There are Inthe Unile4 Oft r rears numbers 10 S subscrihcr eets a J4eCal Pattern Free Lad n o ns f Ji t of style Fashion tate nuuubr has i SOMETHING NEW andentirely different front the old style Made in regular reading glasses and jp nearsighted and tarsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If jou have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky No 31362 Bay horse hands high fouled in 1898 This horse is a good gaited trot ter and a show horse of the very type lie will make the present season at my place on the old Crab Orchard and Richmond road 1 mile from the Richmond and Lancaster pike at TEN DOLLARS to insure a colt CARNELIAN was hired by William Simp on of New York He Is by Red Wilkes out of Miss Lane bv Mnmbrino 1atcheu Miss Lane Is a double producing daughter of Mnmhrino 1atc She produced Miss Wilton with record of 225 and Carnellan 2 liilJJ Carnellaus 2nd dam is Miss Carey who is a laughter of Al mont 33 the best son of Alexamlers Abdullah his 3rd damn was Idaho by Sills Vermont Ills 1th dam Snow Ball by Jrey Eagle 1 will also stand my big Black Jack GREEN at the same price and on the same terms as Carnelian Green is 1C hands high G years old 1 urge bone and mussel auil limes proven him self an extra breeder WOODS WALKER Paint Lick Ky The New York World THRICEAWEEKEDITION Read Wherever English Language is Spoken The ThriceaWeek World hopes in 1906 a better paper than it has ever been before and it has made its arrangements accordingly Its news service covers the entire globe and it reports everything fully prompt and accurately It is the only paper not a daily which is as good as a daily and which will keep you as completely In formed of what is happening through out the world 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