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LANCASTER KY FIUDAY SEPTEMBER II IMG rH CEo TTl iJ11ja 4 SEEXEENTJl lE11 NUB2J j 1- t i itCOiIu I fJ I I j- I c- j White Lilly I iI1I I Machine i Iiis the I I Best IGuaranteed by n1Illl0tllCIS1 fi iJM liT Wahin Made JABeazey I Undertaker I Irteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just Presbyterian church Phone 111 G CHRIS PARIS t r r always above rrll Dentist Office over store Danville st i J WmIIcrudon Ben D Iteration Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as a candidate to the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congrviss to succeeil lIon G O Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party The residence of the late Mrs Annie Herring is for sale and also a lot Imed iately back of the said residence prop erty The aforesid property is on Rich mond street in Lancaster This is a splendid piece of property The house is a two story frame and there or seven acres of land in all For prices etc see or write E F Herring C V Anderson tf I L It R I t For Sale I aresix urI j represent i bocal Interest i Circuit court adjourned Friday Everybody going to Lexington fair next week The weather has been hot as blue f blazes this week The colored fair is drawing many Lancaster negroes to Lexington this week The state U D C convention will be held at the Confederate nome Pewee Valley Oct 3 and 4 The chain gang is busy spreading rock on the streets which is an im provement long needed Harry Haywood the great magician at court house tonight and tomorrow night Thursday and Friday The Ladies of the Baptist Aid Society will give an exchange Nov 28th the day beore Thanksgiving Particu lars later Have an evening of genuine pleasure by seeing Harry Havwood at the court house tonight and tomorrow night Thursday and Friday A tremendous crowd took in the I Cincinnati excursion Sunday There are few hoodlums on these trains now and better class of people patronize them The colored teachers Institute has been changed to September 24 and will be held at Baptist church conduct ed by Prof C C Monroe Lexington Kentucky Mr and Mrs H K Herndon have moved to the residence of Mrs Ann Robinson on Danville street and Mrs Ada KInnaird will return to her prop erty on Stanford street The entertainment to be given by Harry Haywood at the court house tonigh and tomorrow night Thursday and Friday is one of the best on the the rood and you will certainly enjoy It George Smith mail carrier on the Richmond road rural route had his buggy smashed to pieces last week by a runaway team striking it The was completely demolished and the loss falls heavily on Mr Smith Store Closed Our store will be closed on the dates Thursday Sept 20th and Saturday the 29th The former is the Jewish New Year and the latter the Day of Atonement tf Joseph Mercantile Co Of American following buggy OurNewStocks FALL and WINTER Clothing Shoes Hats FURNISHING GOOD5 ARE ARRIVING DAILY See our line of SCHOOL SHOES for Girls and Boys If you want a good strong SCHOOL SUIT for your boy we are the people to buy it from We have the best on the market H T LOGAN 1 I h of ANDI ill I i al I I I I t r E I s t oft t tl T t g I e 1- 4 sr To California For Sale Round trip ticket to Cal ifornia Address J B C care Central Record it Big Land Sale County Attorney Joe E Robinson has sold 150 acres of his farm on Dix river to Lee Rankin The price was about sixty dollars an acre Sunday Subject Eld F M Tinder will be home and till the pulpit at the regular hours The theme for 1046 a m will be That for Country Evening 73y The Value of one Man A Curiosity Mr Thos B Walker showed us a stalk of corn which grew on his farm near town on which there were twosuck ers which were almost as large as the stalk On each sucker was a well ear of corn An unusually large ear grew on the stalk It has attracted much attention Must Go to School In his charge to the grand jury at Danville Monday Judge Bell called especial attention to the new law pro hibiting the employment of children under age of fourteen years during tne school term as it is the purpose of the law to make all children under that age attend school Ordinance Valid Richmond has an ordinance requit log citizens to cut the weeds on tho streets and alleys adjoining their property The property owners alleging it was the duty of the city to do it Judge Greenleafof the city court has decided that the is valid and citizens must obey it Bud James Hurt The many friends of Mr I C James the Ilarrodsburg horseman will he sorry to learn that he was painfully hurt In a collision in the roadster ring at the Bardstown fir Friday He was removed to his home where ne is resting easily at present Mr James was run into by John Purdy of who was driving in the same ring Lightning Strikes House Sunday morning about five oclock lightning struck the residence of Mr Ed Walker near Point Leavell wrecking the building Only Mr Walker and another gentleman were in the building and they were thrown out of bed but escaped injury The house was Insured in Jesse Warrens companies Protracted Meeting The protracted meeting the Christian church will begin Sunday the 23rd John E Pounds and wife of Cleveland and Miss Ida Mae Hanna of Cincinnati will costitute the force The music will be a feature and the members are looking forward to a pleasant and meeting Complying with the Law Many busines men are complying the law by filing with the coun clerk a list of members of their where the full name of one of partners does not appear A pen of 25 to S100 or imprisonment ten to thirty days is the penalty for failure to comply with the Attend to this before an inspect who gets a big part of the fine in and asks you why you failed to do Good Entertainment Coming Harry Haywood magician and ver entertainer is an artist and is them all in the cleverness of work None of the fakirs of India the Chinese magicians perform any marvelous tricks He is out of of rivalry in the realms of the and amuses and astonishes audiences All of his tricks are and cleverly performed so as to bathe the closest observer court house Thursday and Friday tonight and tomorrow 25cts Lincoln Goes Dry In the local option election held in Lincoln Wednesday under the new unit the drys won by the majority of 1249 The wets put up no fight and we understand the at Stanford will make a fight in the courts on the ground that the elec Lion recently held in that city when the wets won was legal and that they have the right to sell thereunder The fight on this point will doubtless go through the courts but the remainder of the county will soon be as dry the average temperance lecture Strayed a yellow Jersey cow Re ward for information her tf J A Amon ADDITIONAL Mrs John Ballard is quite 111 today Little Miss Pataline Ballou remains in a critical condition Mr A R Dennys condition is improved today Mr B E Henry of Somerset has been here for several days Mrs B E Henry is quite ill of fever at the home of herf atherj Mr JO Rob inson Capt Frank J White the veteran typo continues ill and is unable to to town Sunday subject completely without a t profitable law saloons ask whereabouts PERSONALS somewhat le developed refused ordinance Bloomfield evangelistic y rms he tv w ading is Is ood come t N Exchange of Property Dr Burnett has exchange his in Lancaster the Hardinir place on Richmondstreet to Mr J W Tur nre for a farm near Hiattsville con taming 184 acres Price of Journal Increased On Oct 1 the price of the Ladies Home Journal will be increased to 1 i 0 Call at Joseph Mercantile Cos store and give me yonr subscription before that time and save money 2t Mrs Dolly Brown Stanford Court Journal There were about 250 ca tie on the market yesterday some 150 of them changing hands at 2 to Mule colts were in great demand at 50 to 10750 B W Gains selling Sid ney Dunbar one at that price Hor ses were also high Frank Embry formerly of this city now of Middlesboro was here a short time this week shaking hands with his many friends He located in the Magic City some years ago and has accumula ted a good share of this worlds goods being now on the shady side of easy street No colored man enjoys great er respect from our people and thy are always glad to see Frank The Only Laundry In Town The only laundry In town where you can send your laundry every day in the i week and get it back the next We have a legion of satisfied customers let us add your name to our list Work called for and delivered The Danville Steam Laundry Co Jas W Smith Agt office at R II Bat sons clothing store LancasterKy 4t Deserved Recognition At the annual encampment of the Kentucky State Guards Major E W Lillard was unanimously elected lieu r tenant colonel of the Second Regi ment lIe has been connected with the state troops for many years and is thoroughly qualified for the posi i tion in fact there is no better soldier or tactician in the service The men certainly displayed good judgment in electing him The Jewish Rushuaa or new year and the Jewish festivities fall upon tIle 20and 21 of Sept and the Jewish Yumkiepur or fast day upon Sept 29 which day will be occupied with and prayer These sacred holidays of the Jewish people will be celebrat ed throughout the entire world by these people The store of II j of this city will be closed on these three holidays all of the 1st two days and until 0 oclock on the 29th Mr II Patterson and family will attend f services in the Jewish temple at j Handsome Entertainment A most delightful affair was the dinner and smoker given by Attorney Emmett Puryear of DmyiIIe to the bench and bar of this district at Danville Nearly every judge and law yer in the district was present number from other points The was served in courses and was a most elegant one The smoker was given in the handsome appartmcnts of Mr Puryear in Masonic Temple Mr Puryear who is one of the most popu lar gentlemen in Kentucky proved an ideal host and many were the well extended to him The editor of this paper expected to be able to ac copt a most cordial invitation to be present but pressing business prevented The Lancaster law yers present were Joe E Robinson G B Swinebroad R L Davidson and W I Williams Death of Popular Man Never in the history of Lancaster has there been such universal sorrow as was caused by the death of Charles W Frisbie who passed away Saturday morning about ten oclock As stated last issue he was suddenly ill and it was thought at first attacked by typhoid fev r but later meningitis de veloped and he was completely until death ended all that loving hands and a skilled physician could do was done for him all without success Funeral were conducted by Rev Brown and Eld F M Tinder at the home of mother Mrs Mattie Price Frisbie on Danville street at four oclock Sunday afternoon concluded at the Lancaster Cemetery The immense crowd of people the banks of lovely flowers and the many expressions of deep regret were only small tokens of the love and esteem our people had for Charley Frisbie It is custo mary to hear similar expressions after the death of most anyone but the manner which everyone spoke and the outword evidences of deepest grief proved that he was beloved by all He was the eldest of Mrs Mattie Price Frisbie and in his thirtieth year All his life was scent in and as stated above we have never known a more popular young man He was married about years ago to Miss Mary Miller who with a little his mother and one brother Fred P Frisbie survive him He was always among the first to wait upon the sick do anything In his power for those in distress and will be greatly missed by old and young alike From date all letters you want to go in mail for train that this place at 510 a m must be mailed by 9 p m and on Sunday before 7 p m W T WertPM i i j j I I 335 I t i l I I I I i J I I I E J Ibeside- a dinner wishes matters in paralyzed but C C his in Notice passes property fasting Patterson Cincinnati T Everything services son Lancaster seven laughter that r fl r i Every Day IS Bargain Day Now is the time to buy CHEAP Dont miss this opportunity tome to See US THE Logan Dry Goods Co Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co ASK FOR THE Elite Skirt Strictlv HandTailored Garment PERFECT in STYLE and FIT Has that TailorMade finish only found in highclass productions The test of cheapness is not always in the Compare Our Skirts With Other Makes It Pays to buy a Good GarmentN- one Genuine Without Our Trade Mark The Joseph Mercantile t l 7W SOir iiZI Bargains E3 i ii I merchandise I i IIQ t ftm I r1 4 lit A price or 9 WIT vs- s 91 q 1 m s COMPANY r r i Wz are headquarters for high grade CO IS I can in titbit yoa in pricis aril quality Call and see me before laying in your winter supply We have an extra grade of SEED RYE and all other Field Seed BALLARD and BALLARDS FLOUR Will pay cash or exchange for Hay OatsCorn BANKS HUDSON Roofing Steel Roofing Rainbow Roofing Blue Seal Roofing Black Diamond Roofing at prices that sell Car load of American Fence just arrived Buy now while price is low MOUNT ELKIN BEST PAINT VALUE a rj 3 j j E 5 S U I 1J1JtLJtNrUtl u U COAL I IIN lUWMr nVftIWIyr IJ rgrg lg I I Is I fjI YlJJL Y 1 I l Ifg ltJJ1 I B r 1 04 r Q e 4 Covers Most Looks Best Wears Longest Always Uniform Most Economical FullMeasure McRoberts StoreI Drug R f ow Of BeautiesTh- ere they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographs are made by artists not by amatures We know how to finish a picture to give it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll be satisfied with our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Easter clothes get old THE POX STUDIO I I I THE National Bank Of Lancaster aJ R DENNY Presidet J E STORMES Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran A C John E Stormes S C Denny t1150i000 SrrplusS10i000- A Yice Alex E Denny Robinson WE WILL Keep Your Monej Safe I Ie Solicit Your Bite I co CENTRAL RECORD Jidued trcekty One Diilhtr per LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at- SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky September 14 1906 For years the dime novel has been traduced scorned and ostracised thinking people have denounced its as outrageous and its Influent as ultro pernicious and the small boy caught reading one of the thrilling tailes of adventure ana bloody was promptly examined by fidgety parents to see if nature had halter marked him from birth for the only could be his manner of exit from life remarks tbe editor of an exchange Now come friends of the despised narratives who claim that they are a power and an instrument for good They point out that when Neverwash Ned rescues the lovely heroine at peril of his own life by kill log a tribe of Indians he sets an of courage and fortiude most when womankind is in When Limping Liz the squaw of the Piutes warns Two Spot Tom that he is being pursued by a posse it but shows that birds of a feather flock together and the which overtakes them both as they slip on the glassy side of the mountain they are attempting to scale in the getaway and toboggan to eternity in the gulch below illustrates the immutable law of retribution to those outside the ranks of the truly good It is contended that the crack of tirearms and the zipp of bullets make soldiers of youths and the descriptors of the mighty west tend 16 lure to the simply life of tile open in contrast to the poverty crime haunted slums of the cities In fact m point of inspiration they are to the boy of today what Baxters Saints Rest was to our pious who looked for guidance to of other and earlier strenuous days We would like to shake the honest paw of our good friend and ex fellow newspaper worker John D Wakefield of the Louisville Board of Safety on his hard fight to have the laws in that city The board police to close saloons and theaters on Sunday but the courts came along and knocked the order into a cocked hat Wake who is loved by all newspaper men in Kentucky is due a vote of thanks for his sincere and conscientious efforts and the good people of Louisville should show their appreciation by giving him an office which carries more authority Banker Stensland who wrecked a Chicago bank and fled to foreign lands may be brought home in a battle ship Then be will be fed on the fat of the lamb and made comfortable the re mainder his life Had he stolen a horse or pig he would do time in the for many years It is about time the big thieves were punished Bro Wm Remington editor of the Paris Democrat is being congratulate ed on the daily issued from his office during the Bourbon fair It was of good local reading and free from the boiler plate so many of the boys workin similar editions Shake Will Whenever you see an urchin helping the bass drummer in a minstrel band carry his drum you may know that though the future may open to him and some day he earn a 100000 salary he never again will be as happy as at the present moment Vernon Richardson editor of the Danville News says if a fellow could only see his girl when she is combing her hair with It all flung down over her face it is probable that Dan Cu pid would be given a body blow Editor W P Walton of the Journal truthfully remarks If bankers would blow out their brains before instead of after blowing in all the institutions money it would be better for all concerned So many newspaper reporters speak Cyntbianna Democrat says she soon shrinks into the lank and lean wife The troubles of man poor man cease It seems but a few short weeks since the spring milloners bill was presented and now wifey is look about for ber fall headgear Men may boast of their fondness for music but no funeral dirge was ever so grand that a healthy man got the notion that be would like to have itplayed for him This office ss not so particular as to how you spell in addressing it so long as you enclose that dollar due on Try it and see if we care Sunday for the sale of soft drinks The drinks were doubtless softened with a little sugar ice and mint It IP hard for the homely daughter of wealthy parents to think she was not wooed for her and Intel lect aud amiability alone The farmers troubles never cease Another lot of good ma terial will soon be spoiled by the game i I I ib Y lear And ex- Istence encounters gallows example exemplary danger outcast vengeance vigorous stricken i ancestors martyrs enforced instructed the penitentiary chock- full Frankfort speakIng never Louisville saloons were opened last farmhand t 00 i i ascription tit e at lag of by a of foot ball The trouble with too many is that the oil they attempt to pour on waters catches fire Every man should try to live so that tits death tuere will be both and active pallbearers In ye olden days they said The die is cast Now they speak of shoot log craps BEUNA VISTA Master Floyd Ison is quite ill ai this writing Maddelle King will leave for Sayre Institute Rev N Jolly will preach at Dale school house Saturday even Geo Spillman and wife of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Spil man Mrs Mary Johnson has been quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Mrs Mit Fox has returned from where she went to consult a physician Miss Mayme Dismukes left Sunday for Lexington where she will enter State College A D Scott was in Cincinnati a part last week While there he visited the family of G H Sechrest Mr John Spoonamore accompanied his niece Mrs John Johnson spent Sunday with Mrs Sarah Spoon amore Dogs entered the sheepfold of Christopher and Charles Robin the result of which ten were dead and several wounded Miss Margaret HacTcley who has been visiting her niece Mrs G H Lane has returned to Georgetown to resume her work as primary teacher Rev Ballon of Fordwick Va is the guest of Miss Virginia King Mr Ballou has accepted a call to the Church at Middiesboro and will enter upon his duties there in the near future Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrell 9240 per half barrell none better Banks Hudson tf Lancatser PAINT LICK Miss Jennie Higgins is on the sick list this week Roger Rucker was at home from Lex ington Sunday Born to the wife of Will Flanery on the 28 of August a boy Miss Stella McWhorter left this week to enter Georgetown college Miss Sallie Adams of your city was the guest of Miss Eliza Rucker this week Our merchants have returned from the cites with an immense stock of goods Mrs Ida Austin moved to Berea Monday to enter her children in school Miss Lucy Francis will begin a select school at Wallaceton next Monday Jack Adams of Lancaster is here this week in the interest of his coal business Rev Clark of Paris is assisting Rev Huson in the protracted meeting at Mt Tabor Miss Eula Totten of Stanford is the guest of her cousin Miss Mullins Mrs Edward Harden of Birmingham Ala is dangerously ill at the home of her father Capt John Doty Lewis Guynn and Willian Young left Monday morning for Denwest South Carlina to attend school Branenburgs horse became unmanageable Sunday afternoon and rearing up fell and broke his neck Mrs Claud Kemper has returned to Kemper Mrs Pattie Engleman is spending the week with her daughter Mary Clark who is sick at her aunts Mrs E W Norris In Richmond KENTUCKIANS IN ILLINOIS Doings of Former Kentucky People Now Located At or Near Decator Ills Mr and Mrs Wm Logan are visiting relatives at Burgin Ky Mr and Mrs Belle Layton visited In Forsythe last Thursday Miss Ethel Saddler of Macon Ill spent a week with relatives in Mr and Mrs Bradshaw of McCreary are visiting friends in and near Miss Buby Romans entertained a number of friends at a party last Saturday evening at her home on St Louis ave Mrs Alice LaRd and daughter Miss Jennie have returned from a visit with her daughter Mrs Burton in McLean county Misses Jennie and Pearl Hardin have returned from Lake Geneva Wf Miss Jennie was a delegate from the local Y W C A Thos Peters of Indianapolis last Sunday with his grandmother Mrs Brown who Is critically 111 at the home of her son Sara Browa The fnenda of Miss Irene of George Sadler of Macon Ilk will be pleand to learn that her health bag greatly by her real S8C I ent tile II Wednesday G Linden C F lean Cincinnati Irvine Presbyterian I teach- Ing Margaret Wayne spending Decatur I Decatur enel ted llhroie is peacemakers honorary son 8 daag beer dense is titer the al on ed I HABKSBIJKY I Sort to the wife of Mr Tom Broad dos a boy Miss Georgia Dunn is visiting ro5i at Paint Lick Mr and Mrs llobt dark spent with Mr and Mrs Will Watkins Mr and Mrs N P Cobb attended the meeting several days at Wil mote The Ladies Working Society will Mrs Lucy Sutton next Thursday Misses Sallie and Lee Herring spent part of last week with Mrs Vic Rice of McCreary Dr Elliot and wife of Bryantsville were the quests of Mr and Mrs C A Robinson a few days ago Miss Lula Simpson has been ill for several weeks is much improved but is still confined to her room D Stanford and Mrs Jim Owens of Barboursville are guests of Mrs Dr Durham Mr Doolin and family who attended the Sommerset fair and visited at the same place have returned home Mrs Leonard Pollard and her two children Tom and Clara who have been down for some time with malari fever are much improved Rev Betts of Keen will preach the Fork church the first Sunday in October It is recommended that as many of the members as can be present that day Miss M E Marksbury went to Lan caster Saturday to begin work at the Record office which ppsiton she accpt some time ago Her friends here wish her abundant success Weaning mules are bringing heavy prices here this season as the following sales will show Mason Pollard sold one for 8110 D S Swope one at 100 John Simpson one at 85 L J Herring two at 150 Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 2 40 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster MT HEBRON Mr Robert Montgomery is ill at this writingMr Sherrow is suffering with heart trouble Mrs T W Thompson is confined to bed with malarial fever Mrs Mollle Crawford of Wilmore is with her aunt Mrs Samuel Duncan Mr Briny Dean got his knee badly cut last Monday and has suffered great pain Mrs Sibye McMillan who has been quite sick for some time Is improving slowlyMr Tomlinson of Camp Nel son was in this locality Saturday buy ing calves Mr Isaac Montgomery who has been at Normal Ill for some time returned home Wednesday Mrs of Danville and son Willie cf Lexington were with relatives in this community last week Mrs Russell Vanderpool has been at the bedside of her mother Mrs John Sherrow who is very ill with consump tion Mr Dillard Burnfield wife and two little daughters Ethyl and Lorene are the guest of her mother Mrs Alex Dean Mr Lafayette Collier wife and daughter Elizabeth of Indianapolis are the guest of of his uncle Mr J E Anderson Mrs E F Scott sold to Eugene a and pigs for 830 Ed r a Scott sold to same party some at 5c per lb Morford and Dunn are most liberal merchants out they treat you right and give to each purchaser of dry goods a cow call and see them Mr Sam Martlnof Boye C unty and Mr Rash Martin and daughter Mrs Wm Mathley of Washington county Attended the funeral of their sister Mrs Sarah Duncan Mr James Grimes who has been very with consumption died Saturday at his home on Canoe Creek Remains were intered In Mt Hebron cemetery Sunday at 10 oclock Mr Samuel Duncan is erecting a nice dwelling on his farm near this place Mr H R Montgomery is also improving his dwelling by and varandas Mr J M Vanderpool who has been a usident of your town this year has moved to his farm at Lock No 8 and is building an addition to his house We are glad to welcome him back homeOn Saturday Sept 1st the angel Death came and claimed for its own Mrs Sarah Duncan aged 03 She had suffered a great deal for several days with heart trouble but bore her suffer ntr patiently She united with the at the age of She was a good neighbor and never call on in sickness but what she was ready to lend a helping band She leaves two sons and three ters to mourn the loss and not only these but the entire community feel it a great loss Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev Henry Tomlinson after which the body was placed to rest in the family burying ground We extend to the bereaved ones our heart felt sympathy i i Well Worth Trying ff H Brown the popular pension attorney o f Plttsfleld Vt says to a pension best thing to get Is Dr Kings Pills He keep my family In dtdfcealtn Quick cure for Headache Constipation and Biliousness 25c GowaBtBfld at B B McBjoberts drug 1 fives Sunday Holiness I meetwith t I Mrs H Alrldge of relatives at her Wm Holtzclaw Berkeley sow Miss sto 11 s low weather- boardIng nineteen I C church was long lie t the New Life writes they eels store xw h n tMk0FFire occured on Thursday morning adjusted and discount J Gcrier1 il iiiIC ntrrD10 aILell S O Less paidMondaywithout Ha1R 9 14 FREE By special arrangements with Basil ir Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7anyone TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING I We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut prices We would like to explain to you the working of a system of Plumbing in houses where you luvent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Bros nmmmnnnr rnr1tUrnnrrnrnfnYf i E i E aa 5 llU1U1U1U1U1U1U1Ul1 E 11111 Jr Olin I 111111111111111111111i111111111111111111111110 20000 i IN PRBMI1IM THE B G I BLU1r rt 11J j t i PA R vr3t 1n i i u 20000 m PRBMlUMt SEPTEMBER 17 i T 22M The biggest and best Fair ever fIeld in the South Classifications include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopps famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue end other information address GEO A BAIN Secy Lexington Ky Public Sale Short 21 of Oakland and Treadnook Herds Auction at Danville Kentucky Monday September 1706 4 Apply to this for catalo LEXINGTON OF MD JIM MOORE t 1 office Just Arrived andsome Ciije of New Fall and se them while stocK is unbroken Mrs Alexander Walker Does your PIANO Tuning We will have an TUNER with us next week Let us have your work Leave orders at our store or call 173 West Herndon Lancaster Kentucky I EARLY FALL t Ready To Wear f I HATS LADIES MISSES CHILDREN Large and complete stock just received Call and see them AUAmilmNAInU J II Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class Monuments and Tombstones We are prepared to do the very best work at reasonable prices We will be glad to furnish work for our friends anywhere in the county Jesse DJearen n STANDING ARMY may be necessary to help on their thrones but all the armies of the world are as chaff before A TORNADO Better than an army Is a Policy against loss by Windstorms In the The Home Insurance Co of New York The Largest The most Popular Office phone 48 Residence phone 41 Lancaster Kentucky rO I I I I i II I I Hats I i I i I i I I L oooooooooooJ i need I I expert I I FOR Agelt I I r i i I I 1 1 oaooG0o0o00 GOJOJ40G J r- I I 1 fall t f 4il- 7 i I N I 1 1 f 1 1x i lrsrr Ice Mona y I rchs J t J f PERSONAL MENTION= = John Ray was a visitor in Louieville this week Mr J R Mount was in Louisville this week Mrs W J is in Richmond visiting relatives Mrs J R Mount visited relatives in Stanford this week Col Jno W Miller returned from Louisville Saturday Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford was a guest here Saturday Mrs George Farris has returned from Stanford and Frankfort Mr Edd Walker has been in Ky for several days Mr Louis Burnside of Louisville has been at home for a few days Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasville Messrs John Burnside and Branham Beazlev were in Louisville this week J Herbert Kinnaird has returned from a visit of several days in Somer setMiss Cordie Hamilton of Middles boro was the guest of relatives this week Mr and Mrs V A Lear and daughter are in Cincinnati attending the fall festivalBirch Burchanan and Arch McKin ney o f Crab Orchard were here Saturday Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick has been the guest of Miss Callie Adams this week Mrs W A and Miss Mattie Beazley are at Crib Orchard a few days for their health Miss Mary Davis has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs W T Malone of Nicholasville Miss Willie B Pierce has returned home after a pleasant visit to Cay of Kirksville Messrs Bruce LawsonTom Chestnut and Fleece Herring were callers in Stanford Sunday Mrs W T Malone and children of Nicholasville has been visiting Mr W G Davis and family Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson leave this week for Cincinnati to spend several days at the fall festival Hon R II Tomlinson has gone to Dakota to see his son Harry and to attend to some business matters Attorney Lewis L Walker left for Colorado Springs to visit his wife whose health is greatly improv ed Misses AWe Marksbury and Mar garet Tomlinson have returned from a Delightful stay at Benton Harbor and Miss Bessie Singleton has gone to Millersburg to school instead of Wil liamsburg as stated in our paper the past week Mr R G Price and wife Mr H II Price and wife Mr William Price wife and son William of Danville the funeral of Charles W Frisbie SundayMiss Magee has accepted the position of music teaching in Broad head and leaves in a few days for that point She is a fine teacher and will give her patrons perfect satisfaction Misses Jean Bruce Haldeman and May Bodine Walker of Louisville have been the pretty and attractive guests of Louis Landram and wife The young men gave an enjoyable impromtu dance at Armory Hall in their honor Dr and Mrs W S Elkin arrived from Atlanta Tuesday and are visiting re lathes here The doctor looks a little time worse from wear by reason of his recent illness but is improving rapid ly Dr Elkin located in Atlanta im mediately after completing his studies and today stands at the head of his profession in the South It is great gratification and pleasure to the legion of frinds here in his old home to know that his ability and industry have been so successful rewarded UllYANTSVILLE Mr and Mrs J C Williams spent Sunday in Burgin Mr Jeff Dunn attended court at Stanford Monday Mr John Boner spent the first of the week in Cincinnati Miss Dunn of Danville has been visiting Mrs T E Adams Miss Margaret Jenkins has entered Caidwell College for another year Miss Tommie Sanders of Nicholas vine visited Mrs J W Glass last week Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha Dum Mrs Clay Dunn of Lancaster has been visiting her sister Mrs Ike S DunnMrs Josephine Woodof Danville has been the guest of Mrs R A Me Grath Jr Mrs Sallie B Welch is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Deatherage of Martin will leave next week for Tuscaloosa Ala where she will enter school Mr W B Campbell and Miss fir ber of Nicholasville spent Sunday Miss Jennie Burnside Mrs J H Durham and children returned home after a visit to relatives la Stanford and Elmore Eminence Miss Iva Tuesday I I RichmondMiss t I attended with have BArbo- N urn the week in Cincinnati Little Miss Gladys Frisbie has re turned to Louisville Mr and Mrs Charles Scott have gone to Cincinnati to reside Mrs John Ballard who has been quite ill is improving Mrs W 0 Dunlap and Mrs Fox have returned from Louisville Mr II W Batson of Lonisville has been visiting relatives here Miss Lillie Dale Grant returned from a visit to friends in Covington Mrs Olivia Honing of Cincinnati is visiting her brother Jesse W Sweeney Miss Edna Mason is in Philadelphia visiting her sister Mrs H C Falconer Dan Traylor of Stanford was here Tuesday shaking hands with his many friendsMiss Norine Henry left Thursday for Lexington to visit friends and relativesMiss Burnside left Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs C K McGugin of Howard Ohio Mr and Mrs T B Walker attended the HughesSimpson wedding in Nicholasrille Mrs William C Price who has been with Mrs Mattie P Frisbie has to Danville Mrs Nellie Griffith and little daugh ter of New Orleans is visiting Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt Mrs Tap R Jones of Knoxville Tenn has been visiting Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson Mr Alex Walker is in London and other towns this week in the interest of the Lancaster Flour Mills Somerset Journal Geo Smith of Lancaster is enjoying the Fair and his many friends are enjoying him Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts left Tudsday for Lynchburg Va where she entered RandolphMacon College Mr Burton Faris and Miss Lottie Faris of Richmond were visitors of Dr G C Farris and wife the pass week Miss Minnie Lewis of Portsmouth Ohio arrived this week to be in Mrs Alex Walkers millinery establish ment as trimmer Miss Alice Dunlap of Lexington who has been the charming guest of Miss Kathleen Walter returned to her home in Lexington Frankfort Journal Col J I Hamil ton the wheelhorse of Democracy of Mrs Ed Engleman and children have returned to their home in Atlanta Georgia after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Ada Kinnaird last season has and will fill the same position this fall W S Tharpe and handsome son Cecil of Richmond were here Saturday en route home from the Somerset fair Mr Thorpe is a bighearted and clever gentleman and Cecil a worthy chip ofT the old block Mr Lester Mulfinger and MissCoredi Davis of this county were quietly married the past week at brides resi dence The groom is a very popular business man and the bride a very handsome woman Mr W H Harris of Paris spent Sun day with his parents in this city He is agent for the L and N Railroad at Paris job which keeps him quite busy Mr Harris stands well with the ollicials of the road and The Record predicts that he will scow be promoted to still more important duties Danville NewsLizzie Doty Adam of Greensborougb N C passed through here Friday on her way to Lancaster to see her brother Capt J A Doty who is quite ill Capt Doty a member of Morgans command and is well known in this county and bis many friends hope that pas illness will only prove temporary Mrs Woolfork of Lexington has been spending several days at the bidslde of her father Mr W J Hogan who has been very ill Miss Clara Bennet of Louisville will arrive next week to be with Mrs Josephine Boner again this season as trimmer Miss Bennet is an experienc ed trimmer Miss Allie Dunn went to Richmond Tuesday where she has accepted a po sition as teacher in Madison Institute She was accompanied by Miss Edna Berkele who will attend school there Under the superintendency of Mr J H Easley work has been progressing very rapidly on the pike The first quarter will be finished In a short time This pike willbe quite an im provement in this vicinity How To Cure a Felon Says Sam Kendall of Kan just cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cote for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Meet and Sore Eyes McRobertB drug store Qaraoteed Mrs Is spending returned shakinghands perfectreturn- ed a was yule W T Lexington return Only 25c atR IR it RLimmcr new w bur 1 E 7 I I tV 1 1 BUSINESS and BARGAINS New goods arrived at Thompsons the Jeweler r tf Ice Crean Soda forfer at Frisbies Drugstore w tf The Volo is sold and guaranteed by Robinson tf I want your eggs and am willing to pay for them W II Ward For Sale Young Jersey cow Good milker R L Elkin Dont fail to see the in hats just received at IIenip hill West For Sale Superior wheat drill Good as new Herndon Bring your orders for to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanfordtf I P Thompson is selling everything in the jewelry line at cost This is no joke f XI Our Ice Cream Soda is Simply del icious Try a glass Drug V tf Ed C Gaines sells you flowers at the same price the florist would sell you he paying all expenses Call phone 100 tf For Sale A Jersey cow and a Super lor wheat drill Apply to Hughes Swinebroad Come on with your and clucks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf J C Robinson We have just anew line of ties Come and see them before they are picked over Ilempbill West Dont fail to get some of the bargain dishes at Wards Grocery this week 2t Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf A 6 room cottage well improved with acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept Good pony phaeton and sewing in good order Apply at oilice or to Capt F J White A number one yearling bull 3t Win Royston Point Leavell Fancy cut flowers ordered through Ed C Gaines will be tied with ribbon or chifoon with outextra cost for fu octal occasions tf Two or three good rooms Joseph Falconer 4t Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster One reversable disc plow 1 double ratchet ball bearing tobacco press both good as new Will sell cheap W E Moss phone 184F Lancaster 7tf Good cook No washing or ironing Will pay from 300 to 4 00 per week to competent and satisfactory party Apply to this office The Record office has just received a line of handsome samples of work Let us order for you and save you money tf All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Herndons Prices cheaper than you can order See em and save money tf Citizens living in the vacinity of Paint Lick ard Hubble having occasion to use desigus and furneral flowers reverse charge phone 100 Flowers delivered on short tf Red spotted milk cow about five years old dehornd with leather strap in brisket Left my place on Crab Orchard about middle of August Information thankfully received 9 72t Sweeney Morgan Important Notice When our representative calls with your account please be ready to settle with him as we the money Please remember that there is expense attached to sending out a collector and dont require him to call the second time Haselden Bros Farm For Sale I have a No 1 good farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which Lwant to sell at once farm is in good state of cultivation good corn hemp and to bacco land good orchard of 5 or 6 acres one 6 room dwelling house and stable growing crops testify as to quality of land 200000 if sold at Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky Notice of Dissolution The firm of Gregory Anderson at Point Leavell has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr R T Gregory ing Mr J E Anderson will continue the business at the old stand All ac counts due the firm must be at once to Mr Anderson Gregory Point Leavell Ky Sept 4 1906 It Danville College Organized has prosper ed under the patronage and at the suggestion Schools The course is now a part of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School BOOKKEEPING Short hand and Type accord to the most approved modes and methodsFor to D B Harris Principal Danville Ky 824tf oV rv U J C 2t K Fri Store watches rgott Coal For Sale t For Sale machine Record For Sale For Rent For Sale Wanted engraved Notice on Lost once tt Anderson 1905and JsCi o M 9 o late thing res Se C Cow ref Business Ir 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo T C Robinson tf The Volo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Low Prices and High Grades We keep their full and al ways fresh FrIsbie Trug Store If Arthur Joseph is us tf Heinphill West Our tin cans and glass fruit jars are going fast hurry it you want them 2t W II Ward 900 bushels yellow full seed wheat for sale Clean of W E Moss 8 7 tf Phone 184 F Lancaster We are in the paint tine give you Shipments of on Tuesday and Thursday of each week give your to Arthur tf Hefnphill West Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 4 75 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster To Your taxes are due so please call and settle as the penalty will be added C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard Co tf glasses with hook for ears Lost Tuesday the 4th in Lan caster return to Record office and receive reward Balard Billard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 2 40 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster Ten room two story house one half block from the square on Danville st Lancaster Ky Suitable for Hotel good garden and stable at Jno M Grand at once at Lancaster Ky Strayed Strayed from my place on Danville st a black sow weighing about 175 Ibs crap of left ear return to me and reward J W Bourne New Laundry We are for the NeWii undry of Winchester Ky audwfll make two Shipments aweek They will only first class and we ask a share of your patronage tf Hemphill West Save Telephone and Express by or Bering fine cut flowers from Ed C Gaines Subject to vour approval and receiv tf Cured cured our of cholera but it is in every way the best hog remedy we have ever used Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Lancaster Ky 817tf Important Notice As my accounts have been due for short time Save expense and this trouble by settling at once tf Sallie D Tillett Hogs For Sale right price Sweeney Morgan tf 1 have just opened a new line of fancy china ware which will be sold at cost on account of not having room for same Saturday we shall make a specialty of dishes and want every 2t Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary American Veterinary Associa tion Ind Says Tne herd hogs on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy was used was sold yesterday We give this remedy the credit for saving them Sold and by Mount Elkin tf Has It Occurred To You that it is really not coal but beat sixteen ounces to Bound Our Banne Coal is all It burns all up It is clean hot an easi ly regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner else can it J A Jones 8 PUBLIC SALE Having decided to locate permantly in Virginia I will on THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1906 at one oclock p ta at my place 1 8 mile from Bryantsville on the Lexing ton pike sell to the highest bidder the following described propertv Two milk cows 1 heifer 1 good jer sey bull 1 good gentle buggy mare 5 old not afraid of steam or automobile sound and rides well 1 thoroughbred mare 3 years old sound and registered FARMING IMPLEMENTS I good tyro horse wogon 1 hay frame 1 hay baler 1 two horse rake 1 barrow 1 smoothing harrow 2 No 13 vulcan plows 1 slide 1 mower 1 grind stone several carpenters tools also some household and kitchen furn iture At same time and place offer fur sale my farm containing CO of good land in high state a cul tivation and in excellent repair A beautiful new cottage containing six rooms and kitchen good barn carriage house servant house and all necessary Terms made n on day of MARY R MCGRATH Capt I M Dunn Auct 3t SURE SAFE Tk WCfVZB 9jao acn rf RHEUMATISM CURE V Yr Hudson Lancasteras rsment appreelate and wHI Laundry TaxPayers Nov Lost For Rent I turnout I I Wedding I I I Bourbonhogs I placethem saleSound II tolook I I I I 817 t t you are laying Yet in on coal you pay for slate clip and various foreign mat a weighing th ii t supply acres AIM s i or Interested jtli C anyoneJ C C L Gold frame C 1 guaranteed lr much co r and makes tt cutting will outbuildings c f LwE i M IIuUl 1m tat liwel flkia 31XYS Y 1114 by F rUIUIE Rrrggtst- i i y Our entire stock of i 1 Surries i f I WeitBgesa Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Machines Cultivators Plow Gear Collars Back Bands Pads everything you need in our line Call now before stock is picked over Romans Elmore Paint Paint Paint Now is the time for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint The cost of applying a cheap paint is the same as a good one Do not be persuaded into using a paint claimed to be just as good as Rainbow Paint There is none just as good Rainbow paint is in a class alone and is fully by a guarantee Everything used in Painting DRUG STORE E 1 Woods Irest W C Fish Vice G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKlOKATED r I U I I I fRI I R W ar eC protected 4br rest We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking accommodation Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels Right Side Up Either Way Ingrain AilWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades and colors Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Mir rors Vindow Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing MachinesLampsClocks and a great many other articles that cant be here Come and see Phone No 5 J C ROBINSON ANYTHING FURNITURE I I I I I LBWIS Y President I YELL CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS Sooooo M CQY R L R G GUYN J S B WOODS E L W C FISH ARNOLD WOODS I DIRSVroHs BURROWS- J J J Prest WALHEB Vice ORGANIZED 1883 Tbe 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY SURPLUS JiM0 B P HUDSON Cashier WOBieNBTAs8 tOashr Warm Bookkeeper Business Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewte Y Leavel JS JOHNSON BTHodion T M Arnold I CAPITALS C D I J Walker I Solicited x M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real indicates the fact that it is the safest and best investment since money yields a low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our com mission based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our price To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the front rank as to the production of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for hemp breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paving the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of 5000000 is be lug built 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 the Bastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points The Belle Telephone also has a line here There is rural free delivery of mail along all the pikes in the County Tim will be shown by us at low prices E tate No 1 Brick store room on public square In Lancaster 23 feet frontage runs buck full length of the block Is In the best business portion of the town Can sell this propert so as purchaser 7 per cent on his invest ment after payment of taxes Insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit YOU in location and price No 9 Large and commodious brick bust ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 hulls and 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 1J acres of ground coal yard and scales Large batiement under the house The building on this Iroperty cost what we ask for it Price 00000 No 11 i new cottage houses on Tottcn ave nuts in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an investment Trice 50000 each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street in Lancaster Ade slrable home In sight ol the Graded school awl iu one of the best residence sections of the City Price 210000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm property No 1C 74 acres it 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 state of cultiva tion This farm is 1 miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we otTer it a fine investment 0500 per acre No 17 2S7yi acres of flue hemp and tobacco land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools Sew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn tobacco barns 1 truant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores This property is right on pike and is well Improved and is a bargain at 0500 per acre Terms easy payment No 21 A farm of KO acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco laud never failing water house 7 rooms large stjck barn and 2 to bacco hums tenant house C miles from Lan caster 7000 per acre No 27 305 acres of as good land as in Gar ad County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Ca n be into 2 of 3 faims Will sell a ro a portion to anyone buyer See us for price No 29 C7 acres 01 well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well at house All iu cultivation Good fruit 7000 yer acres No its acres on pike 2 miles from Lancaster 100 acres in corn G acres in 20 acres in wheat balance In grass good frame C room house and other outbuildings C ucre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre n to net 2 c farms divided 4 3 tobac- Co No 34 192 acres best Garrard Co land wi grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class Improvements well watered 0 acres In grass 2 miles from Bryautsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 35 71 ncres on pike 3 miles of Lancas ter land in corn hemp and meadow Small frame house and outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Seeus for price No 36 100 acres first class land 2 miles Lancaster iu high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses in Gnrrard C uuty hemp and tobacco land well fenced and In abundance Ask us about this one and for price No 352 69 acres of land on pike No 35 above 8 room residence good barn and out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in corn balance In grass will sell at a bargain or will sell In connection with No 35 above making a farm of 140 acres with two residences Look at this and ask for priceOthcr property for sale and exchange List your property with us we would like to show YOU our contract No 37 100 acres of first class laud on good pike 6 miles from Lancaster 1 mile from rail road 6 room frame house S acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no whatever nevtr failing stock water 60 acres cm be put in wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco au4 hemp lund 6500 per acre No 43 216 acres of very fertile land on the pike 1 miles from Lancaster elegant 2 story frame house of 9 rooms 2 barns and all outbuildings 45 acres in corn 20 acres hemp 40 acres wheat stuable 5 acres tobacco balance in lots and grass 2 orchards well watered good fence You will say this worth the price 7iOO per acre No 41 92 acres 3 miles from Lancaster good county road 4 mile front pike 1 mile front school new frame cottoge of rooms fine cistern never failing stock water 1 large barn and other out buildings 25 acres in hemp corn20acrcs wheat stubble balance in grass good orchard No waste laud and all in high tate 01 cultivation Price OtOO per acre No 45 11 acres on county road one fourth mile from pike good 5 room cottage large new barn 60x35 feet plenty of fruit of all kind 5 acres in tobacco 3 acres grassbalance in corn This is a nice little country home and well worth what is asked l2oOOO 156 acres of as good land as is in Garrard County G room house and good burn and outbuildings good orchard all tobacco nod hemp land Ask about this one for further description amid for price No47 115 acres of land In Garrard County 4 miles from Lancaster within one fourth moth of Lexington pike splendid road to house new G room housewith good cellar barn and other outbuildings well watered 40 acres wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hemp aulaiice in grass fcncf ne good 70 00 per acre i water adjoin- Ing wasteland necessary No well watered i a S 46 FOR SALE 200 Olft write for list or call on J W Elmore HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY r1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111 I BLTIE BallS L J I I CaIG7o ooc ooow PUBLIC SALt BLUE GRASS FARM Wednesday September xa 1906 On the above date at 10 a m I will sell on the premises 107 acrei of improved land In Jessamine County three miles from Nicholas vllle For partisulars apyly to G W Lyne real estate agent Dr 3 R Pennington Nlcholatville or the undersigned Dr II K Pennington t Hanly Ky Farm For Sale Having decided I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4J miles North of Lancaster on Poor Ridge and is known as the Walter Adams farm The land is all la cultivation and will sell the crops at a reasonable figure Possession be given at once pro vided crops are sold The farm has of water is well fenced and on a good turnpike Another tract of land containing 6 acres joining ths farm could be at a very reasonable price Brown 1m I move NancyJ FARM For SALE Having sold onr farm on Sugar Creek we no wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old vllle pike 2 miles from Lancaster KILLTHE COUCHA- NI CURE THE LUNCS Dr New Discovery Prlct- OUGHSaM 60e1MFree Trill Surest and Quickest Core for all LX8 orMOVZY SACK J G HENDRICKSON WITH FOR LaS and LUNG n THROAT TIQV3 Starving to Death Because her stomach was so by useless drHpginj that sIte not eat Mrs Mary II Wuitcis uf St Giiir St Columbus Q Htf rally Siirvn i to death simiKiCh was sj vtMk fpiru usekc drugs that I could nut eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I to try Electric will the wonderful result that improvement at once and a complete cure followed Uost health Tunic on earth 50c Guaranteed be R E McRoberts druggist Great Interest Manifested It is gratifying to note the interest the people in this section ol the state are manifesting in the great Bluegrass Fair which will be held in Lexington beginning next Monday Being the logical location for the great display and show of fine horses and other in fact the home of the horse the people naturally feel a pride in Lex ington and are looking forward with much pleasure in visiting the hustling city and witnessing the greatest show of stock ever exhibited in Kentucky The rings are all well filled and the owners of the best stock in the coun try will be there in large numbers Special rates will be given by the rail roads and a tremendous crowd of from this section will attend the fair Since the trains have been changed one can go to Lexington ear ly in the morning and spend the en tire day reaching home at 326 at night For this reason most all of our people who have heretofore done their shopping in Louisville and Cincinnati now go to Lexington where having found that as nice line of goods and as low prices can be obtained there MAKES APPEAL TO PATRIOTISM French SchoolTeacher Has Novel Way to Induce Study German schoolmasters are said to have had much to do with the vie tory of the Germans in their late war with France and In this connection Sir Henry Roscoe tells this incident of his Inspection of the professional school In Rouen France Among the usual objects I noted with a Prussian soldiers helmet On being asked why he placed it there the schoolmaster stated that It was picked up In the streets of Rouen dur Ing the German Invasion And he added that it was of great service to him for when the scholars did not attend to their work he used to bring this down and put it on his desk and pointing to It say Now If you do not make progress and learn this will happen to you again The surest way to bring it upon you is to neglect your studies and grow up in Ignorance and to become In intellectual training The display of that helmet explained the director never fails to bring the blush of shame to the cheeks of my students and to rouse their patriotism and their zeal for their studies Did You Know It The whale the largest animal In the sea at Its extreme size is from 20 to 30 times as heavy as the elephant the largest animal on land The dlf ference is greater than that between the load of the largest steamship and the freight carried by the biggest road train elephant in turn is about 200 times as heavy as the largest flying bird and the load of the modern railroad train beats the carry ing capacity of the largest airship by a much greater 8000 times Substitute for Automobile- A lady of Gardner Mass whose son is an automobile agent was talking with another lady a few days ago and was asked If she was to have an automobile this year No she replied I think not this and then brightening after some hesitation but we have a lame horse in the barn you know she said Urhzppy lot of American Composers The musician In America is doubly j handicapped He can hear relatively but little music and he can have his own work produced not at all We al ways have a German sitting upon the safety valve lest American steam should sizzle out and the imprisoned genius when once let loose prove as difficult to manage as the fabled one of the brass bottle in the Arabian Nights I say this without disre spect to the admirably qualified for elgners who direct our orchestras and operas most of our theaters and the majority of our music Etude I DO IT TODAY I I 3 I couldc rill My i began people I Inferior rails Th I I ratiosay I year I I I I weakened was Shu t Bitters surprise properly And 4o think that ten months I looked Ilk thl l I owe it to German Syrup i timeworn injunction Never put it today 1 That is the terse advice we want about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with that remedy be Dr Boschees German overthirtyfivej your cough or cold and its continued use a will howdeepseatedhas attacked lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure 250 regular size 7jc F r aalc fey Jl HcHofeerta r II todayDo severalt reliable for it TOXAYsod let I I ew At all The apparentlya E The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the strong animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lunys nuaus powerful creatures How to keep tIc Imat Ills organs right should be firms ehkffM study Like tloHims J of ilhiitii Mrs Ora A Stephens of Lort Williams 0 lias learned how to do this j She writes Three bottlcsof Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of tw 0 cars and cured me of what my friends though consumption 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by R E McRoberts drug gist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m McGBEARY The man with tobacco has been his roubles Mr J W Hill and wife Mr B H Beazleyand family attended fair last week Jno Askins has returned home after a visit to his parents in Indiana Miss Malisa Hamm is visiting friends in SomersetMr Bradshaw has home form a pleasant visit to friends In Illinois W H Forbes and W H Lackey were in the city last week buying fall stock of gooksBro delivered a very interest ing sermon to the congregation at this place Sunday afternoon Bro Tin den being absent We are glad to see that the interest as well as the attendance is rapidly in creasing at our prayer meeting which was recently organized and held every Thursday night You are cordially to come Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm A little child of Michael Strauss of Venon Conn was recently in great pain from a burn on the band and as cold application only increased the Mr Strauss came to Mr James N Nichols alocal merchant for something to stop the pain Mr says I advised him to use Cham berlains Pain Balm and the first drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief 1 have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for cuts burns strains and lame back and have never known it to disappoint For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m She Had a Right to Preach Womans Inborn right to preach has been recognized by Bishop Talbot of Pennsylvaia A skirted itinerant ex pounder of the gospel used to gather a crowd every Sunday within sight of the bishops cathedral and many of his flock were seen lingering under the spell One of the vestrymen a and prosy banker went to the bishop to remonstrate He wanted something done to stop the preaching near the cathedral He thought the mayor would hell them out If the bishop were to appeal to him This thing of unmarried women preaching around in a crowd of men is and should be stopped said the banker Oh never mind said the bishop easily she cannot hurt me Let her preach She must exhort somebody and you see she has no husband I warrant Mrs gives you many a good sermon in the of your home All women like to preach great California earthquake the horses In a certain stable in Palo Alto were exhibiting every sign of the most frantic terror screaming wildly and plugging about in their stalls in a manner which was perfectly The trembling of the ground and the rocking of the houses finally suggested the possible explana tion that the animals had been of the approach of the impend Ing calamity before the duller per ceptlve faculties of the people in the neighborhood enabled them to realize the fact School for Birds A bird school is a late novelty Now for 60 cents one may have a feathered pupil instructed in three idea had its origin in Philadel phia where an ingenious fancier- I taught parrots to talk by aid of the phonograph but now birds are taught popular songs by being shut in a dark room where a phonograph plays the selected melody over and over again Three weeks are required and but one failure has been recorded in the six months the school has been open In the Wee Hours What was all that noise in the last night Why Bender came home from the club and started to make that experiment What electrical experiment Why rubbing a black cat on the back to see if he could see any sparksAnd did he see any sparks No but he saw a myriad of stars The cat clawed him and he fell over the piano Consistency Dear said the prominent preacher I want you to notify all the papers to send reporters to the church next Sunday I will preach a very strong sermonYes replied his wife what will yoar theme be I shall strongly urg9 the aboliUb of all Sunday work Needed It are disgraceful sir I have decided to cut you oft with a shilling Nephew Let me have the shilling now and you caa leave me out of the will altogether e I I hav- Ing the Somerset returned invited Inflammation Nichols application pompous scandalous retirement ComingFor unaccountable sensible songsThe parlor electrical UncleYour habitS it as I 5 WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera ana Diarrhoea Remedy When uiy boy was two years old he had a bid attack of bowel coinnlal bu the uso of OiuttnberSainsO i Cliuluni unit Diiirriioca icidy we brought him out all says Mag Ilickox of Midland Mich This can be depended upon in most severe cases Even cholera in fantum is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions ami i cure is certain For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancas ter 1m W H Cummins attended the at Leavel Green last week James Kennedy and Troy Duvall left last Sunday for Indianapolis- J L Anderson bought 40 yearling heifers from B D Holtzclaw for 330 hundred J II Thompson bought 10 mule colts from different parties in Rock castle Co for 75 to 100 each will sell out this week and leave for Carlisle Ky We are sorry to lose the family from our com munitvLevi was in Rockcastle Co trading last week J M Cress sold 50 sheep to Geo Boone for 3 60 A 3 Thompson has bought several mule colts for to 85 Mrs G B Kirby Paint Lick was withber parents Mr and Mrs Henry Blankinship the first of the week John Broadus from Tennessee has come to spend some time with his brother Rev Broadus and wife Mrs D F Thompson ahd little babe are doing fine E Foly has returned home from Jellico where he has been on business W P Grimes of Stanford was here lrst week in the interest of temper ance Rev Thos Owens will leave in a few days for Ashvillc N C where he hopes to regain his health which has become much impaired Revs G C Todd and B B Ragan will leave this week to attend the annual Conference at Winchester Both are expecting to be moved for another Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successsul medicines are those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and it will al lay the cough relieve the lun s aid expectoration open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 50 cents For sale by B E McRoberts tIe reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m Coat ann See OUR FALL GOODS are now ready for your These goods are all fresh and new and our prices are right FORBES LACKEY McCREARY KY REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Sept 4 1906 Loans and discounts 14197783 Overdrafts secured ami unsecured 410857 U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 25437 50 furniture and fixtures Due from National Banks not Agents ii841 C2 One from State Banks and Rankers loS 47 Due from approved reserve agents 125V 41 Checks and items 2650 Notes of other National Banks 135 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 20 C7 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 10053 Legaltender notes 4204 14257 00 Redemption fund with U 8 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL 29woii 57 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes National Bank notes outstanding 50009 00 Due to other National Banks 131 Individual deposits subject to chock 18007 17 Certified checks 150000 Reserved for Taxes fcOS 27 TOTAL ZHiOr 57 STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment 1 true to best of knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of Sept 1906- S C Denny Notary Public CORRICT Attest L Y LCAVELL J J WALKKH f Directors J S JOHNSON For Sal A number one good bull calfby the rougbbred short born bull from good cow be is blood red 51 months old Fat and fine can at once If you want him Also 30 acres of corn in field to be fed down by hogs or mules with plenty of water and shade J T Hen ry Point Leavell Ky 8174t hy right remedy I lie association per W J Aker 75 year inspection I No 2see RESOURCES 5000 Of Treasurer 50000 00 10000 00 1295 14 99 s I 5 Ii PREACHERS VILLE Reserve 1 ea Tile Kind Hnso lilwars g Im in use for O1Cl 30 C l hor Q tlle inttture or li- ie 2Lji e i h7 pwi I Ytrt rzi it LbC1 lISS ami lias sjccii iadc under iris per sonal supervision since its iiifaucj Allow one to deceive you in thisIll All Counterfeits Imitations aiiclTKst sjror larc 7 ut Experiments that trifle with j oi Infants and Children Experience against Experiment t H s5al fV ff3 0 What Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oi5 Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is 1lcasanl It contains neither Opium Morplihio nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishiicss It cures Diarrluuii and Vind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConSUltation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tliii Stomach and Bowels giving healthy amI natural Steel The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE ALWAYS Bears the Signature of the is CASTOR amid heal lit IIA The Kind You toAlways Bought- In Use For Over SO Years UNION COLLA CHRISTIAN COITEGE IN SOUTHEASTERN KY year the Inmous Cumberland Gap Full academic Normal and College courses Unsurpassed musi cal department Cnrrltfliim based onthe University Fennta of the t tilted Srates ER nlshed Dojmitories Tuition low iia consistent with time lt ailvnntaKfj Special rate for minisUTiil stuiltiitu chilreuof minirters A faculty of Euurtcen Graduates cf Leading Eastern and Middle Western Colleges Write for catalogue full particulars Jas W Easly Pros liriiur ill Ky saass THL CENTAUR COM PANT TT MURRAY STREET NEW ORK CITY iL 4 A I i fur IUI jQ THE Laundry QuestionS- ay brother this is the point Did you ever stop and think that good laundry dont cost you any more than inferior work The LAUNDRYturns this town and we have the agency so thats what we want you to Lear in mind close the basket it noon Tuesday and deliver it Friday Afternoon I will call and deliver all packages Phone me to come for your work next week and lets get together along this line you will be pleased with the work and 1 will appreciate your business Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK No 11O3 OF LANCASTER KY AT RESOURCES Loans and discounts JMC llS 9f Overdrafts secured and unsecured ui S0- V S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bond securities etc 271Vi C- iBankinghousefiirnitureand fixtures 7000 00 Due from National Banks lot reserve agents 1 One from State Banks and Hankers T0as 41 Checks and other cash items 17 1J Notes of other National Banks 13m OG Fractional 1U 5S LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN liaisE Specie JBJ5700 Legaltender notes 11057 CO Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer circulation 2500 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 10000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 9 90 7- 4NationalBauk Notes Outstanding taCO 00 Due to Other National Banks 170 13 Due to State Bunks and flankers 25 31 Individual deposits subject to check 19IIKW S Certified checks 32SO is Reserved 12Ji 07 Total STATEOF KBNTUCKTCOUNTY or G ARRARDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of th above named bank do solemnly swear that th above statement Is true to of my knowledge and belief 8 C DENNY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of Sept 1906 W O RIGNEY Public Commission expires Feb 20th 1910 C ROBINSON J E STORJIES Directors A R DENNY For Infants and Children Tli KM YH Hats Always Bwglt I MN We I I The Close of Business Sept 4 1906 SS ill Due rom reserve agents iescts aaoo 00 Total 319G0J9 ioooo 00 l for Taxes 11970 CORRECTAttestA 1 CASTOR IA I I j OF TilE 20 Viz ai Bears the 5ignatreofS Cures Kidney and EBIsd der Qiseasss in Every Form PeapSo Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know It HOW TO FIND OUT It Is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the other organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and Dther ailments which are all owing to th kidneys being weak and out of order if you are sick Foleys Kidney Cure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you wIU b restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside fop 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination It i cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sedj Iment or small particles float about in your kidneys are diseased and Foley Kidney Cure should be taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel bettel at once It corrects slight disorders In a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said Ha Would Not LIv Peter of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with best physicians in Waynesburg and still getting worse the doctors advised me had any business to attend to I had bet ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cur was recommended to me a and I immediately sent son to the stor for it and after taking three bottles I be gan to get and continued to until I was entirely well Two Sizes bOo and tlOO j SOLD AND RECOMMENDED IY For sle by C C T E Stormes Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard CoDcencrateJ Water PRICE 50c R E HcRoberts druggist has the ex iusive agency for this water In Lan caster Kentucky Whites Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY FO ttry 1 VmURE any It the Ii- I C C e Improve 5