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L E LANCASTER KY FEIDAY OCTOBER 5 1906 R CORD SSPETBERTi TEtR NUMlart2t N t- 4c l CENTRAL Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile J ASK FOR THE Elite SkirtEM 4 m 1 Strictly HandTailored Garment I PERFECT in STYLE and FIT Has that TailorMade finish only found in highclass productions The test of cheapness is not always in the price Compare Our Skirts With Other Makes It Pays to buy a Good j Garment 1 None Genuine Without Our Trade Mark Mercantile difiif 1 1I c t i I 4 rI t n tm The Joseph COMPANY IIlmm r uTrp i Cot aN r Y r f r k f wry i Of Local Interest The state U D C convention will be held at the Confederate Home Pewea Valley Oct 3 and 4 Every member ot the Knights of Pythias lodge is urged to be present at the meeting tomorrow Friday night Dr G Chris Faris has broken ground for a neat and substantial residence on his lot theReid place on Richmond street The residence of John Ball on Stan ford street caught fire early Tuesday morning but the prompt arrival of the hose wagon prevented mnch dam age The town clock which has been do log duty since the memory of man run neth not to the contrary is worn out If the bond issne carries a new and good one will be installed If the people of Garrard wish to the county records as well as their deeds and other important pap ers they should vote for the bond issue to repair the court house The fiscal court is entitled to a vote of thanks for ordering a vote on the question of having the court house re paired Vote YES and lets pre serve the records as well as have a decent building Judging from the number of pianos West Herndon are placing in Gar rard every rat will be run out of the county by Christmas They received one order of six Saturday and are one almost every day Theo Percifer brother of William Percifer dropped dcad in Lexington Sunday His body was brought here Sunday afternoon and burled in the Lancaster Cemetery He was well known in Lancaster and vicinity Sales by W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 100 acres for Geo Miller near Ilarrodsburg to Robert Forsythe at SCO an acre 160 acres near same cityfor A J Waddle to Sam Moore at 85 an acre Resi dence property in Ilarrodsburg for Robert Forsythe to George Miller for 3000 There is more talk of building a hotel and we believe the muchneeded building will be put up next spring Theres plenty of idle money in Lancaster to do this that detestable idea of sinking c a s h in every outoftown scheme that comes along will only be cast aside Lancaster can be made the best town in the state Fi I andif I I preserve delivering OurNewStocks FALL and WINTER Clothing Shoes Hats AND FURNISHING GOOD5 ARE ARRIVING DAILY See our line of SOIHZOOIL for Girls and Boys Ifyou want a good strong SCHOOL SUIT for your are the people to buy it from We have the best on the market B T LOGAN iil j i of I I I I SHOES I I 1 boy we 0 J l S w r w The exhibition given by Sparks circus in this city was the best seer here in many years While the a small one yet the per formers were far abjve the average A big crowd attended It will only cost ten thousand dollars to put the court house in good shape and unless this is done the county will soon have to go to the expense of building a new one Remember the old saw about a stitch in time Mr John Ballard has rerented the Anderson property on Danville street and will continue to run an up todate hotel and boarding house during next year lIe has been quite successful during the past year and given satis faction to the public Last Excursion The last Sunday excursion to Cincin nati will be run by the L and N next Sunday morning train leaving the Lancaster depot at five a m Fare only k50 for the round trip A large crowd will go Stock Sold The Logan Dry Goods Co has sold its stock to Messrs Robert W Brown and brother who will continue the business at the old stand They are merchants of experience and will an upto date store Much Good Accomollshed Large congregations hear the ser mons at the Christian church every night while many attend the services Rev Mr Pounds has aroused great interest by his interest sermons and aside from a general awakening among members several have united with the church As in last issue the singing by Miss Mann is greatly enjoyed and adds much to the services At this writing it has not been determined when the meeting will close Effects of Enforcing the Law Although there was a tremendous crowd in town to see the circus there was not the slightest disturbance of any kind and no arrest A circus al ways bring in more or less of the element who get drunk and create trouble and the marked difer ence was greatly appreciated by our people This only goes to show what be done when the public is given to understand that the law is going to be enforced and no favorites played Only the two regular officers were on duty show day Beazley und Herron while heretofore on such occasslons half a dozen or more were sworn in Millinery Openings The regular openings of fail and millinery took place Saturday but inclement weather kept many of ladies away However the stores Mrs Ada Kinnaird and Mrs Walker were crowded most all day many of the handsome hats were These establishments are full of the prettiest and most stylish creations in ladies headwear none better are more stylish can found anywhere It is all go to the city to buy millinery when upto date and stylish goods can found right here at home and The Record is satisfied that no orders will away after the ladles see what our milliners have in stock and the they are offering for To Repair Court House As has been frequently stated in the colums of The Record the Garrard county court house is in a badly dilap didated and dangerous condition The building having become so near totally unfit for use county D Ford called a meeting of the fiscal court and after a thorough inspection the court superintended by an architect the court ordered a vote taken for the purpose of issuing bonds to the extent of ten thousand dollars to have the building put shape and safe for the keep Ing of many valuable records therein The vaults are not only too small but in case the house should burn they would not withstand the heat and all contents would be burned and an and irreparable loss inflicted upon the citizens The cupalo has so decayed that a stiff wind is liable to blow it down or dislodge some of the timbers and hurt some person to such an extent that a damage suit would cost the taxpayers far more than the cost of repairing and remodeling the building As the cupalo stands it is impossible to repair it and make it safe and to do this and neglect the many other needed repairs would be absolute nonsense Under the propos ed plans the offices can be enlarged the county and circuit court rooms made comfortable and the vaults made fire and lierglar proof A new and modern cupalo can be constructed and the building made the handsomest and most comfortable in the state For a county of Uarrards wealth to bave an old rattletrap like the present court house is a disgrace and we be lieve that every citizen in the county who has any pride or business judge ment will vote for the bond Issue It will not take long to pay the debt and the taxpayers will never miss the Aside from the many other why this work should the fact that some one is going to get hurt by the dilapidated cupalo and the county should people to become interested in the mat ter see that the question is carried in favor of having the work done afternoon stated hoodlum can the the of and sold chuck and be foolishness- to such be sent home prices judgeA by Inhabitable reasons bedone organization was run winter Alexander expert inestimable old and sue cause the and f THE OLD PIONEER Capt Sam M Boone Remembered and Beloved by our Peo pie Writes Record a Good Letter Dayton 0 Sep 16 00 Mr Editor Some time since you requested me to favor you with a com munication and as 1 have a few minutes leisure now I most glad ly attempt to perform the pleasing duty What is transpiring here al though one of the most beautiful places in the United States would in no wise interest the readers of your most excellent journal Therefore if you will pardon and at the same time gratify me you will allow me to take my text in Old Kentucky for remembered I was bred and born in Old Kentucky God ever bless her I have been out of the slate for sixteen months but by the aid of the Press which I read daily I have not lust sight of a people whose peace prosperity and happiness while mine is gone shall ever be the burden of my song I love with a childlike and devotion the memory of her statesmen both living and dead 1 have also for her soldiery no matter where they fought an admiration 1 cannot fitly express in human words for all will admit that braver men never Hashed a sword in the sun beams or formed for the fray in line But most of them are old and gray now Yet they leave a legacy to posterity and to be found in the discharge of duties well performed and under the banners re presenting their convictions a halo as bright and as lasting as the sunshine itself and it will grow even brighter and brighter as the years go rolling on Generations yet to be will read the men and of the times in which they figured awarding to each the proper need of praise denying it to noneLet me say enpassant that I would not disparage the claims of any living man who may feel inclined to serve the people in any oilicial capacity But may 1 not be pardoned when I suggest what seems reasonable Would it not be well always thing being equal in the of men to fill high honorable and responsible positions to give the pre ference to the aged and experienced I take it to be truethat the aged and experienced statesman should always have the call over the young and inex crude The people of Kentucky in the coming pri mary election which is to decide who shall represent them in the United States Senate have a picture before them now of what I am trying to draw and cast with proper colorings on the canvas so that all men may read as they run On the one side stands the peerless timetried and fire tested democrat the Ron Jas B McCreary ripe in years and expe rience and who wasand before his compedltor ever saw the light of day working and most gallantly lighting the battles of his party The people have weighed him in the balances of public confidence and the edict of a well satisfied constituency says there is nothing wanting Well done thou good and faithful But they say he been honored Grant it Yet I and do say with no desire to shock modesty of the distinguished he well deserved those honors hasalwaye won his spurs on a fair ought field appealing to and receiv ing the endorsement of the people who are the sovereigns in this coun Some men make mistakes Gov ernor Beekham is doing it now 1 I have and do but in all the by Mr Me dreary to his State and the Federal Union as well I defy mortal man to 1 battle every I periencedExperts has the and try know pubhcservlces endered bit simplicity getting propriety selection can gentleman e point me to one Haw spot or blemish that would in anywise tarnish the burniutf letters on his shield Let me place those letters before you in cap itals Honest Capable Faithful Brave and True If Kentucky follows precedents and time honored customs she will speak in this primary in tones endorsing most heartily and gladly a return of Jas B McCreary to the United States Senate If she should do less I shall feel deeply mor Gifted at her stupidity But the faith that in me lies enables me to see with prophetic ken the loyal sons of my na live state marching grandly up to the discharge of duty giving merit its just and well deserved rewards I am Sir Very Cordially Yours S M Boone Wednesday afternoon Mr Jos Fan coner Sr was stricken by paralysis a second stroko following in about an hour His entire body is affected and as this is written there is no hope of his recovery SHROUDED IN MYSTERY Parties Visit Farm at Hyattsvillc Dig Up Box From Under Ola Stump and Disappear During Night Saturday morning who runs a farm at HyattsviHe tele phoned County Judge Ford that a newmade crave had been found near the cabin across the road from his home and to send some one to inves tigate Judge Ford sent Chief of Police J A Beazley who took some hands to open the supposed grave The mound of fresh dirt was an old locust stump about ten feet from the spot where the residence of the late Elijah Iliatt stood When about two feet of the loose dirt was removed matches were found showing that instead of burying a body the parties had been looking for something At a depth of about three feet the diggers had tunneled under the stump Here the soft soapstone had been removed and the impression of a box about four by eight inches could be plainly seen The opening showed that the stone had been care oily chiseled out when the box was placed there Roots of had grown in every direction but were so badly decayed that they were easily broken away by the mysterious The earth showed that it had been dug the night before by a keen new digger and that it had left un disturbed for so many years the digger was only driven in an inch or so at each stroke Those who have looked at the hole say the box had evidently been placed there anywhere from fifty to seventy five years ago Now the question is what was in the box who placed it there and who were the mysterious visitors A family of ne groes live within fifty yards of the spot but did not hear any one that night Mr Goodloe says he is satis tied work was not begun until after eleven oclock A representative of The Record accompanied by Dr J B Kinnaird visited the spot Sunday and on careful estimate concluded that two men could not have made the excavation inside of three hours The stump which is almost completly gone standsabout ten feet west of where the Hiatt residence stood This house was burned during the civil war and at that time was by the late Moses Collier Many theories are advanced but the one most generally accepted is that the box contained gold the owner having left it there and told descendants who came from a distance to get it Two strange men all dayand bought lunch at Mr Hurts store The matter has attracted wide attention and many have visited the spot The contents of the box and identity of the visitors will likely forever remain a mystery thunder MrJohn Goodloe the tump were at lIiattsyilleFriday alongside diggers occupied Guaranteed Five Years EveryFire for I A Wise Selection The democrats in this section are greatly pleased with the election of Col W B Haldeman of Louisville as member of the State Central and Excutive Committee He isan honest conscientious gentleman honored and respected by all who have the pleasure of his acquaintance Farmers Institute Postponed lion W I Claybrook of Springfield was here Monday and made arrange menu with County Judge Ford for the holding of the Farmers Institute in this city but later a telegram was re ceived stating that as the State Devel opment Association would be in session at Winchester at the time selected it had been decided to hold the meetings at later date Due notice will given in The Record of time of meeting J A Beazley Undetaker irteriai ami Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 For Sale The residence of the late Mrs Annie is for sale and also a lot lined lately 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 are six or seven acres of land in all For prices etc see or write E F herring or C W Anderson tf L DAVIDSONAttorney Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS- We lire authorized to announce HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky In Congress to succeed Hon i Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 5 SXWS SXKS XXTfrm 5XJZ G CHRIS PARIS i I o n Herring I R Law G Dentist Office over Thornpons store Danville st IIaa WmHerudon Ben D Herndou Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store New Laundry We are Agents for the Winchester Ky and will make two Shipments a week They will turn out only first class work and we ask a share of your patronage- tf West I New Laundry- of f S The 20th Century Laurel Bums Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or Soot ALL SOFT COAL OBJECTIONS OVERCOME a Clean FuelSaving Handsome anrl Everlasting HEATS THE FLOOR f j KT Showing Low time Cal Bttnr Items Oda towed tcCooke Haselden Brothers i c 4 3 4ti n V WIy 1SBJEDRecleaned Wheat Rye I Timothy Orchard and IBlue Grass I I COALS We can supply you with the best grades at the lowest prices I BALLARD and BALLARDS FLOUR ICar of Fresh Salt just received We pay cash or exchange for Hay Oats and Corn and 1 rwrftIWyr Ir g X 1 Our line of I I aEATJNG Iand STOVES p is Tery complete and our prices are right r MOUNT ELKIN I I B are in the market at all times for your products BANKS HUDSON CCQI Qr eeo oe IN THE FALLis the best time to paint because the weather is settled then and one doesnt have to contend with the moisture that is usually in a building after the winter snows and the spring rains And the best to use ispaint THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT- It is made to cover well look well and wear well It always does just what you ex pect it to do and it never goes wrong if rightly applied Its very economical Use it and youll be satis fied McRoberts Drug Store R Row Of Beauties There 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 I i Ttg fOX STUDIO i THE 3 National Bank Of Lancaster CapitittSOOOO SvplK10000 A DBHNY Presisest S C DENNY Cashier J F Boblnson Aast Cuhr Bookkeeper DKBCTOBS toufl D Cochnuii Alex B Denny A C Robinoon i I I J L mallES Prei R T Embry i John E Stormes Sc S J L Tics t t 1 C Deny WE WILL Keep Your lone Safe Solicit Your Buiiexs nnnn e L t i CENTRAL RECORD Isriued Weekly One Dollar per tear LOUIS LANDRAM at the Font Offiar in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky October 5 i o6 J W NEWMAN Announces Himself a Candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture To the Democrats of Kentucky Subject to the action of the State Democratic primary called for the sixth day of November 1906 I hereby announce myself as a candidate Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics and ask for your sup portKentucky is in the main an state Her prosperity de ponds primarily upon the prosperity of her farmers Her manufactories depend upon the farmer to buy and consume their products and hence dally laborer mechanic merchant or hanker reaps a benefit from the farm ers prosperity In my opinion there is no state office that affects more di rectly the general welfare of our peo pie than that of Commissioner of Ag t5 0j Entered and fort agricultural I be riculture This State is just begin ning to realize the importance of its agricultural interests and the ne cessity of building them up so that they may keep pace with its manu and mining interests The the greatest portion of fixes and have asked for but little- t aow believe the State authorities jud assist them in every possible j To this end they believe we should have a farmer for a Commis sionerI my record in the General Assembly of Kentucky both as a member of the House of Represents and as a member of the Senate is evidence that I have the interests at heart It was my pleasure to Introduce and see passed the bill providing for a free farmers institute in each county of the a bill to prevent the of bran and other commercial feed stuffs so the consumer would not be imposed upon and other measures of equal importance In fact there was no bill in the Legis lature that was for the farming inter est that I was not found fighting for its passage It elected to this office I pledge what ability and what energy I may possess toward upbuilding the agricul tural interests of the state as well as doing my duty as Commissioner of LaborI my claims to the of Kentuckybelieving a farmer should be at the head of the tural interests of the State believing my experience in the agricultural col leges of both Kentucky and Colorado and my experience as a farmer and legislator fit me for the place and that as Commissioner I can serve my party and my State- J W Newman Mr Newman is a successful farmer and an equally successful a man who thinks and who is deeply interested in the welfare of the Kentucky farmer He is a true and faithful Democrat We believe he would make the office of Commissioner of Agriculture of great value to the farmer and one of the most important departments of the State government His record in both houses of the shows him to be a man of brains and resources and knowing how high ly he is regarded throughout the State it looks to us as if his nomination is a forgone conclusion Wounds Bruises and Burnes By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and likeinjuries before inflammation sets in they healed without maturation and in about onethird the time required by the old treatment This is the discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very ly It also also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning Keep a bottle otPain Balm in your home and it will sore you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering such Injuries entail For sale by Roberts The reliable druggist at Balard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 8240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster 4 fHurs pay sufficient farmers Commonwealth adulteration agricultural Democrats believing businessman legislature I maybe greatest quick RElic Lancaster 1m fac ring i cal r important To Voters On November 6th there will be two voting places in each precinct lor the regular election of a and one fur the nomination of a democratic candidate for Sena tor c Those who intend to vote in the primary election should read rule second adopted by the Democratic State Executive Committee which is as follows and which reminds the vo ter of the fact that an election of a Congressman is being held on the same day Rule 2 In said election any Democrat who will be a logo voter on the 6th day of November 1906 and who shall have registered as a Democrat where registration is by law and who shall have voted for a Democratic nominee for congress on November 6th 1906 shall be entitled to vote in said primary and it shall be the duty of the judges of election at each precinct to pro pound to the voter the questionHave you voted for the Democratic for Congress to day and it the voter shall answer in the affirmative he shall be allowed to vote but he an swerin the negative he shall not be allowed to vote in said primary The resolution allowing young men who will be legal voters November 6th 1907 to vote in said primary is in conflict with the statutes and shall be rescinded BEDNA VISTA Miss Cora Poor leaves this week for Asbury College Misses Jennie and Mary Skinner were in Danville Saturday On account of the wet weather but little wheat has been sown G R Ruble received a number of yearling mules here last week J E Scott has returned from Petos key where he went to escape hay Marv Spilman and Miss Bessie Bolton spent a few days last week in Danville of Urbana 1111 nois is the guest of his Mrs Spoonamore Miss Maggie Robinson is spending- a few days with Mrs Bradley Cunning ham at Rev E L Shepherd of Covington- was assigned to Browns Chapel at the recent session of Conference Mr John Bryant and family and Mrs Fannie Bryant of Bryantsville spent Sunday with Mrs J B Robinson Mrs J J Poor and nephew Virgil Wilds are visiting in Nicbolasville and attending the U Mr John Johnson of Lincoln County has rented the farm of Mrs Sarah Spoonamore and will move his family here this week The Teachers Association of this district met with Miss Eliza Ison at the school house here Saturday Owing to the inclement but few were present Rev Welburn of Burgin was present and delivered an address The Prohibition Alliance will hold an open session at the Presbyterian Church Saturday evening October 13th Rev Frank Walton of Brad fordville will speak on Labor and Temperance Prot Mannix of Lancaster will probably be present and deliver an address The public cordially invited MARKSBURY was in Preachersville Thursday Mr M F Rout was in Stanford and Monday visiting relatives Mrs Victor Rice of Me Creary was visiting the home folk the latter part of last week Mrs Fannie Pollard and daughter Miss Jennie spent last week with her mother Mrs Talitha Floyd of Mt Sa lem Mr Chas Anderson sold a weanling mule for 811250 to Mr Ruble of Lower Garrard This Is the best sale of the kind made In this vicinity- B K Swope of Middleburg who has been here for several days visiting rel olives left Monday for Lexington where he will make a short stay before returning home If you want any comforts tacked or quilted why not get the Ladies Working Society to do it They will do good work for you each comfort will be carefully inspected by the bust ling President before being sent out The series of meetings at Pleasant Grove Church conducted by the pas tor Rev Homer Carpenter are still in progress The meeting is largely at tended and much Interest manifested There have been several additions up to this time Miss Kay Jenkins was badly fright ened by a shepherd dog while return ing home one afternoon last week Miss Jenkins was walking leisurely along when on looking around she perceived a dog was follow ing her She began running and screaming This Infuriated the dog and he immediately attacked her tearing all of her clothing from her person Mr Jenkins on hearing the commotion came and rescued her from the teeth of the vicious dog by planting a bullet in the dogs brain Such dogs should not be allowed on the public I Deal Farm Write me if you wish to sell I have a number of buyers and yours may suit No commission to pay till sale Is made If you wish to write for my list It shows bargains W T Ewing Estate Agency Harrodcborg Ky 3 i one U S known nominee feverMrs JamesSpoonamore nah Bryant TIle W C T Convention afternoon N P Cobb Sunday from hopplnlC highway I In Real l a Congressman required mother- S weal bad i PAINT LICK Mrs C S Young Is quite sick at this wrltting E C McWhorter has been on thesick this week Mrs R M Moberly is quite sick with typhoid fever Mrs Rodney Grigs is visiting rela tives in Lexington Mrs Minnie Jennings will have her millinery opening next Mrs Dr Snowden is visiting her daughter at Waco Fred Nance of Denver Col is his sister Mrs Robt Boen Mason Pullins bought a sow and pigs from J W Davis for which he paid 81500 Miss Mary C Engleman cams down Richmond Saturday and spent Sunday and Monday with her mother Protracted meeting will begin at the hall here next Sunday conducted by the pastor W C McCottlum of Lexing ton Mr and Mrs C E Harding have the sympathy of the community over the of their little daughter Margaret RoystonThe friends of E C Williams will be glad to know that he will have charge of the warehouse here again this season Mr and Mrs R C Rucker and Misses Sallie Woods and Chastine Rucker were the guests of J P Rucker at Ford SaturdayBorn night to the wife of Sam Jennings twin girls each seven pounds The babies are healthy and quite pretty Dr Snowden reports the babies and mother doing nicely Dr Adams and his handsome western bride were visitors here Fr day Dr Adams is located in Parsons Kansas and was recently married to Miss Adelle Paynter of Council Grove Kansas Mrs Adams is perfectly de lighted with Kentuckys hospitality and blue grass regions We wish them all happiness in their western home Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the pla gue of Coughs and Colds that are so pre valnnt unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Gee Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find itquickly ends them It prevents Pneumonia gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and make weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds 50c and 8100 Guaranted by R E Me Roberts drug store Trial bottle free 1m Hay For Farm Horses Farm work horses should he fed just the amount of hay which they will clean up rapidly It should be fed early in the morning after watering and before feeding grain At noon in hot weather when there is much work to be done it should be withheld or but a pound or so allowed after a sip of water and while the horse is cooling off beore getting his noon feed of grain Ac night it should be liberally fed after the gram ration has been masticated The hay should be of good quality and should be wet if dusty The amount fed should be in creased when work decreases Where in summer time ten or twelve pounds a day will suffice the winter amount may be doubled as the grain ration is decreased During the bard working season it is not the amount of food eaten but the amount digested and assimilated that Sentinel An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which left her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all We got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout andcfat1 writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bruboker Ill This rememdy is for sale by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at Lan caster 1m r SUCCESS list Saturday visiting from loss weigh- Ing Lytle S cur LaG rippe countsFarmers THE SECHT Lw I mo Sir IaoffMTMMtat on me Ivebeen uslnj August Flower rince TC no other million bottles of Plow in the United States alone since its introduction 1 And the demand for it is still growing Isntthat a fine of success Dont it prove Flower has had success lathe cure of indigestion and dyspepsia the August Plower is a sure specific for all stomach is tIle best of all liver August Flower has a matchless record over 35 ia the ail lioas of these distressing complaints Two sues r R K I You caaaot I was IU sold 1U it sot afford the beJltevidencethat and intestinal it 7sc ers a 5075and showing An worst e ac For sale f ATAR- i i Womans For tIle next ten days this magazine and The Central Record be offered at the low price of 125 for one year Subscription to be paid in advance Remit to the Central Record oflice Lancaster Ky Remember this offer lasts only ten days You get both papers one year for a little over the price of one Both Papers One Year For Only 125 FALL and WINTER nillinery Our stock is now all in and ready for your inspection We extend a cordial invi tation to the public to call Mrs Ada Kinnaird Prompt Payments of Losses Me Long Friends Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and discount J H KINNAIRD General li New Magazine 1f1lB1Ir XJjJ iljliI YllJ1 JII 1 l Ie I t I I 1l1fl Yf81 X X0X 1lJf lfffliJlflhr XfjI i paidMondaywithout Idea twill p 0 s yiIIICC Il FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 i 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 1 of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages t of water pressure This system does away with an atic ts that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will t do the rest E If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON OCTOBER 213 I I i E We would like to explain to you the working ofa system 3 tankall E I R 1nrmmnrmnrmm mmm rmmnmn mnrmmnmmmr4 1 s E E wi 1 r r AfUMAULIAtiMiNlNiMiN111iMNfiMINNH1LLULU 4 WebersFamous Bawd GREAT IJ KEN TU c1 cTHB O ILJc A v tEXINGTON Daily Grand Concerts 21000 Futurity Oct 2 Great 200 Pace Oct 10 3000 WalnutHall 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct 9 ONE OR TPAKES Half Fare on All Railroads 5000 TIYaDiOct 4 MOFtIl t tA Oct S OIL it 1y= Watch this Space and HemphilS West will try and keep you posted as they get in the novelties They are receiving their SHOES and UNDERWEARf- or FALL and WINTER this week Everything Is New and UpToDate HEMPHILL WEST JFiI 15 e m I I I I I I B LID E B I c 0 r A 1i i rD JDDu auauuoooooooooooo I PALL and WINTER I 1 I Our stock Is I arriving and we I hove I I The Stock In 1w Invite every body to call and 1 look at the latest 1 and handsomest i creations l I ODD U I 000 000 o o oooo a sinful shame to neglect your childs MusicalEducation Start them out right by giving them a BALDWIN PIANO l Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of i I l I I I 1i11iner now Ar4ttlest Central It Everything UptoDat- eLI1s exaa er a 000 wait n- It S iest ileindon Lancaster Kentucky t rllf l Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits c e is now ready on application We no agents but sell direct to the planter H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY FARM FOR SALE The farm of the late John MPalmer is offered for sale and the will take in showing it to any desiring to purchase same the farm contains 106 ACRES is in Garrard county Ky near Point Leavell on the Richmond and Lancas ter pike and is in tine state of cultiva Anyone having claims against Palmer present them to me or attorney L L Walker properly en Q 284t Executor The Court of Claims was in session this week and transacted a lot of important business A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salve is promptly G J Welch of Tekon aha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injures and fInd it perfect Quickest Pile cure Best healing salve made 25c at drug store 1m idly v employ a undersigned Lion W applied R N Ycolierts i one sa pro i it mown s- I t- g Gossip About PeopleIII A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Arc In Mr R E Henry has returned to Ar kansavv Mr F P Frisbie has returned from CincinnatiMiss Petty of Decatur Ill is with relatives Mr J M Logan of New York is at home for a few days Attorney R L Davidson has return from a Western trip C C Brown and baby have been friends In Louisville Mrs Barnes Wearrenof Stanfordhas been visiting Mrs Jesse Wearren Dr Adams and wife of Texas are guests of Mr Jack Adams and family F B Marksbury was in Louisville this week to visit his sister Mrs A II RiceMrs Paul Porter of Washington D C has been the guests of Miss Rella Arnold Mrs Robert Campbell and son of Owingsville are visiting Mrs M L Walden Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab the guest of Misses Lizzie and Mat tie Beazley Mrs W 0 Bradley who has been the guests of relatives returned yesterday to Frankfort Mrs Cordelia Clay of Richmond is visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker at the Simpson House A very handsome picture of Miss Katie Conn appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Miss Lutie Rothwell of Paint Lick been visiting Mrs Isaac Arnold Danville avenue Hon R H Tomlinson has returned from North Dakota and reports bis crops in tine condition The many friends of Mrs John Bal lard are glad to know of her recovery from her recent illness Mesdames Mary Fox and Sallie Hackley of Buena Yisita were visi tors here the past week Mrs J A Amon has returned from Louisville where she attended the State Christian convention Middlesborough Record Miss Len Die Moss of Lancaster is the guest of her cousin Miss Fannie Moss Miss Emma West of Nicholasville was the guest of Misses Willie and Bessie Pierce Saturday and Sunday Miss Kathleen Hanly who has been visiting Miss Annie Miller returned to her home in Nicholasville Sunday Mr W G Kemper cashier of the pre gressive Peoples Bank at Paint Lick was in town Tuesday shaking hands with his many Lancaster friends G B Swinebroad and G M Patterson are representing the local lodge at meeting of Knights of Pythias grand lodge in Louisville this week Deputy county dark W A Doty at tended the meeting of the county clerks in Louisville last week and says the meeting was both enjoyable and profitable Mr John Baughman and wife of Lexington are with Mrs E W Morrow Mrs Baughman has been dangerously ill but is some better at this writing With solemnity and beautiful ar rangements the nuptials of Miss Alice Walker daughter of Mr and Mrs Joel Walker and Mr Robert C Brewer were celebrated Wednesday high noon at the residence of the brides parents The Rev W P Walden officiated The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion in potted plants and palms The bridal party entered as Miss Grace Kinnalrd played the march Mrs Guy Davidson gave some beautiful vocal selections precede Ing the wedding The ribbon girls were Misses Lucy Doty and Fannie Tinder who were beautifully gowned in white Miss Jessie Doty made an led has I wedding ate 1 i Orchards tractive maid of honor in a white robe and she carried a shower of pink nations Mr Dave Walker was best man bride looked extremely handsome in an elegant white silk trimmed elaborately in lace She car sled a bonquet of bride roses The wedding took place in the bow window the decorations making a little chapel of ferns and palms The bride is an exceptionally charm ing woman wltn many beautiful quali ties of character The groom is a well known and successful banker of Indian Territory The gifts were extremely handsome and numerous Immediately after the ceremony the couple left on their wedding journey A host of Lancaster friends wish the bride and groom every possible happi ness Miss Monnie West of Louisville is the pretty guest of Miss Virginia Goodloe Leonard Miller of The Record office is spending a week with relatives in Charleston Miss Mary Hackley of Stanford is the guest of Misses Mamie and Ethel Walter this week Miss Emma West of Nicholasville spent part of last week with Mrs Sam Cotton of Buckeye M Logan now of New York City has been here this week attend ing to the selling of the stock of the Logan Dry Goods Co Mr Rice Wood andMiss Jennie White of Whites Station were married at greatbeautyWoods is the son of Mr Earnest Woods of Paint Lick and like his father is one of the best fellows you meet He is cashier of a new bank just organized- at Russell Springs and has a bright future BRYANTSVILLE of Somerset has been the guest of friends and relatives here Messrs C C Becker and Walker Burn side have been spending the week in Louisville Miss Emma Bodine of Nelson spent last week with Mrs B P SwopeMr H Dunn have returned home after spending several days in Louisville Misses Mary Evans and Tommie Sanders of Nicholasville spent from Friday until Monday with Mrs J W GlassMiss Mayme Lee Ballard returned home Thursday from a delightful visit to friends and relatives In Lex ington Mrs Eliza H Ballard bought 36 sheep from W L Clark at 550 per head C Williams is at home after a visit to relatives in Louisville Dr J F Simons of Louisville who was the guest of Mr Jim Smith has returned home Miss Ruth Marty of Newport is the guest of the Misses Maret Miss Edna Berkele who is attending Madison Institute came home last week and has been quite sick Cecil the infant son of Mr and Mrs Bent Holcomb died Friday and was interred at the Fork cemetery The parents have the sympathy of the in their bereavement Mr W M Dickerson the undertaker bought a nice pair of horses from Mr John Reid of Danville Saturday Quite a large number attended the Millinery Opening of Mrs Josephine Boner Saturday Mrs Boner has a nice line of hats and has Miss Clara Bennett of Louisville again as trim mer There will be at the Meth odist Church Sunday afternoon at four oclock by Rev W D Welburn Quite a nnmber from here have been attending the protracted meeting at Pleasant Grove conducted by Rev Carpenter of Lexington Mrs John T Shearer died at her home near here Friday night and was burled at Mt Hebron Sunday eleven oclock She leaves a bus band and three children to mourn hex loss Mr Jeff T Dunn bought the stock last week A yearling filly from Mr John Bingamon of Stanford for 8100 A mule colt from A D Hughes for 90 and one from Wm Nelson for 100 Mr Jeff Dunn bought from Mr Chllders his property at Bourne consisting of a store room dwelling and some land for 2500 Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all germs from the system and in fuse new life and vigor cure stomach nausla headache dizziness and colic without griping or discon fort 25c Guaranteed by B E Roberts druggist 1m Ha It Occurred To that it is really not coal but that you are Laying Yet in muca common coal you for slate and various foreign matter 111 weighing sixteen ounces to the Baone Coal Is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an east Ask us for Banner else can sup ply it J A Jones r I carl The MrJ performing Mr R H Pettus county MrsJ MrsJ community morning- at Solomon poisonous sore Mc Yo eat nkers ly ot j I I Chelsea following flre Coal nobody 1 The Lexington Trots Commencing Tuesday October 2 and continuing for two weeks Every day one or more of the historic stakes arecontosted and the races are filled with all the sensational horses from all sections meeting at Lexington for the first time this year The entry list is the largest on record and Kentuckys Great Trots will be tle best ever known Excursion rates of one fare for the round trip will be in force from all Kentucky points The best horses music and races ever known in will be the attractions the dates Oct 213 and Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy in continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their little ones as it contains absolutely nothing This remedy is not only perfectly safe to give small children but is a medicine of great worth and merit It has a world wide reputation for its cures of coughs colds and croup and can always be relied upon For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable Lancaster 1m I I Kentucky Remember Injurious druggist- of 1 attend BUSINESS and BARGAINSL jII t Our Candy is always fresh Try it 2t Superior Wheat Drills The name the true story tf Haselden Bros Elkin Bros will give you a good deal on country produce 9 23tf Our number is 29 not 23 928tf Elkin Dont fail to see the latest thing in hats just received at HemphiU West Ed C Gaines sells flowers at the same price the florist would sell you be paying all expanses Call phone 100 tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson There is no drill better than the Superior Wheat for sale by Haselden Bros tf We pay cash for Eggs Currey and Herndon 2Jt We have just received a line of stationery at prices Come and let us show stock tf Frisbies Dfug Store Our own make of Extract Vanilla is absolutely the purest and you can use goes than other makes tf Frisbies Drug Store Have you seen the stove that burns its own smoke and will heat your home with less coal than any other at Has elden Bros store Call and see it tf Dont fall to get Blankes Coffee Best in town Currey and Herndon2t New China and Glass ware Currey and Herndon 2t Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Come in and see the latest thing in heating stoves Burns its own smoke tf Haselden Bros Call and get your jewelry or watch which has been repaired and is for you Dont delay tf Thompson the Jeweler Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 8240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson- tf Lancaster Canary Birds For Sale Golden beauty strain Birds in song Miss Fannie Bishop Heating stoves from 150 up tf Haselden Bros For Sale One reversable disc plow 1 double ratchet tobacco both good as new Will cheap W E Moss phone 184F Lancaster 7tf Physicians prescriptions brought to our store be accu rte with the purest drugs the markets a tent registered druggist tf Drug Store Frisbies Almond cures chapped hands face and makes the skin soft and white sticky or greasy Only 15c tf Store Are you digging a well or cistern then let us furnish you a pump Our prices are right tf Haselden Bros Antique Furniture 1 have a lot of handsome old style furniture for sale tf Miss Fannie Bishop 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 order See em and save money tf Citizens living in the of Buckeve Paint Lick and Hubble having occasion to use designs and funeral flowers reverse charge on phone 100 Flowers delivered on short tf Farm For Sal I have a No 1 good farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which I want tosell at once farm is in good state of cultivation corn and bacco land good orchard of 5 or 6 acres one 6 dwelling house and stable land Price 200000 if sold once Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky tf I I vvv Bros r b vanilla further I lineof wait- Ing 3t ball bearing a ly and t liP1 Qot FrIsbie rug I engraved Notice crops testify ea to quality 01 t f new l roue 1 to by cam Cr c can room 5 r 1e r tog Real lias been changing hands rapidly during the past month and land and of all kinds in Lan caster and Garrard county is bringing better prices than it has for many years There is no better location in the state and the demand for Ganard land goes to show that the people have awakened to this fact A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bit ters which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danforth Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stomacb Liver and right purifies the blood and Malaria Biliousness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts drug store 1m FMJEYSKlDmCUM Kidney sad ladder Right c talc property I cures I r Kidneys Mares Remember we are the tinners and plumbers 18 years of experience tf Haselden Bros We have absolutely the biggest andI best line of stoves ever shown in Lancaster Haselden Bros See Elkin Bros for everything in the meat line 928 tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades We are exclusive agents In liancas ways fresh Fnsbies Drug Store tf A complete fresh stock of Lowneys tf Krlsbies Drug Store International Poultry and Stock food in buckets packages Currey and Herndon 2t 900 bushels yellow fultz seed wheat for sale Clean of WE Moss 8 7 tf Phone 184F Lancaster Say We have the latest creations lap robes Haselden Bros tf Haselden Bros We want your produce ant1 will pay Save Telephone and Express by or Subject to your approval and on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designes a Special Couches and Davenports at J C Rob insons tf Carpets and Rugs at J C Charcoal for use in your tobacco barn tf Haselden Bros Gans Guns Guns we have them tf Haselden Bros Farm For Rent I will rent my farm of 125 acres for year 1907 possession January 1st Good plenty of water and in good locality Call on A W Kava naugb Jennie L Kavanaugb Haas Hog Cholera Medicine is the best and cheapest medicine you can use with your hogs It not only pre vents but cures hog cholera tf Drug Store Swartz Bros Austerlitz Ky Bour bon Hog Cholera Remedy not only cured our hogs of cholera but it is in every way the best bog remedy we have ever used and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Lancaster Ky 8 17tf Town Property For Sale Having decided to move to we offer for sale our dwelling on Lexington street Five rooms all conveniences lights bath all in good repair Possession at once 1m Dunlap Dwelling known as the Benge on Crab Orchard street Large modern dwelling all outbuildings A Bargain If youwant a pony for your children one safe call at Henry Dun cans barber shop A good bargain if sold at once tf Saved Them tion Kokomo Ind Tne herd which the Bourbon Hog Cholera was used was sold yesterday We give this remedy the for saving them Sold and guar anteed by Mount Elkin 8 17tf We carry a complete of all es of window In and double strengths By an improved process we make a cut ting glass of odd or uneven sizes with perfect accuracy Our kre the lowest Frisbies Drug tf Danville Business College ed under patronage and at the suggestion of The course is now a part of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School BOOKKEEPING and For particulars apply to D B Harris 824tf I CandyWe guaranteE 1n U paintThere I andHerndon saleby I CGaines tt Robinsonstf I 2t I Cured I I J I W 0 For Rent I I I 1SecretaryAmerican otbogs on sto J J tore Organized Sep 1905 and has prosper Shorthand TypeWrltlng aCCOrd Ing to the most approved modes and received Frlsbi s grassland sin o 41 o We are Closing Out Our entire stock of BUggi6S Surrios 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 Our line of Druggists Sundriesi- s complete in every detail Hot Water Bottles all kinds and sizes I 3 I Fountain all Bulb Syringes Atomizers Bath Brushes Cloth Brushes Tooth Brushes Soap Ear Syringes Rubber Sponges Bath Sponges Shoe Brushes Combs Face Powder and everything to be found A Complete and Uptodate Drug Store RISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED in I 1 J We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking IN CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 I DD7Eer0R8 M COY R G GOYN WOODSJ B Ice Caps Bath Towels Hair Brushes Nail Brushes Pocket Books Talcum Powder i ARNOLD BURROWS B L 11 IIJ s E L WOODS IW C FISH I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance LKWIS Y LKATXLL President FURNITURE1Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels Right Side Up Either Way Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades and colors Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Mir rors Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths juinolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing MachinesLampsClocks and a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 J C ROBZXTSO1T I W JJ Waxxau Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tin 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL lsMt SURPLUS I M B F HUDSOW Cashier W O Biomnr Asst Cashr C D WAMMB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewte JOHNSONYLeavell J S Radian Z J Walker T Arnold i B11 IL a A r r amtmmI I 1100I II 1I 7 I ling thcSt I Promotes D esUonCheerru- 1nessandRestCOntains neither nor NOT NARCOTIC rlJtJr Fkrrr cct Remedy forConstipa- tion Sour ca Worms ness andLOSS OF SLEEP I TacSinile Sign turc ot ttNEW YORK I 35 DOSES J5CF I WRAPPER l r p IltIt iiiiili iriiTz AcabkPrcparatiotfcrAssirnilating ji si R1lsJfrIIivcti EXACT COPYOT THE Laundry Question Say brother this is the point Did you ever stop and think that good laundry dont cost you any more than Inferior work The turns out the best work that comes to this town and we have the agency so thats what we want you to bear in mind close the basket at 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 Came and See OUR FALL GOODS are now ready for your in spection These goods are all fresh and new and our prices are right FORBES LACKEY McCREARY KY PUBLIC SALE Having decided to locate permantly in Virginia 1 will on THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1906 at one oclock p m at my place 1 8 mile from on the Lexink ton pike sell to the highest bidder the described 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 FARMING IMPLEMENTS I good two horse wogon 1 hay frame 1 bay baler 1 two horse rake 1 cut tlng barrow 1 smoothing harrow 2 No 13 vulcan 1 slide 1 mower 1 grind stone several carpenters tools also some household and kitchen furn iture At same time and place will offer fur sale my farm containing 60 Acres of good land in high state a cul tivation and in excellent repair A beautiful new cottage containing six rooms and kitchen barn carriage house servant house and all necessary Terms made known on day of MARY B McGiiAxu Capt I M Dunn Auct 3t MNLAUNDRY We following property outbuilding ll For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature For Over Thirty Years of In Use CASTORIA TNE CENTAUR CO PANT REW YOR CITY CASTORIA s Lk Public Sale The undersigned having decided to move to Danville to educate his children will sell nt public auction to the highest bidder on Tuesday October 2nd 1906 on the premises hIs farm situated In Jessa mine county Kentucky about 0 miles West of Nicholasvillc miles from Wllmore and 2 miles from Troy containing lit acres situated on the Wllraore and Troy pike upon which is situated good twostory frame welling with 8 rooms in good repair 1 good tobacco barn 2 good stock barns 1 pair stock scales an extra good stone dairy good orchard Said farm is fine state of cultivation as acres plowed and ready for wheat 12 acres in meadow aud the balance well set in blue grass Plenty of never falling water for man and beast Possession siren as soon as terms of s le are complied with At the same time he will sell his stock The land will be sold promptly at teu oclock to give the purchaser au opportunity to bid on the personal property TEKMS The land will be sold for one third in hand the balance in two equal pay ments in one and two years from day of sale with interest from lay of sale at B per ceutper annum The terms on personal property made known ou day of sale For further information call on G W Lyne Real Estate Agent of Nicholasville Ky or J Waller Tatc on premises J Waller Tate WILMOUE KY KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS cash I WITH c rKms New FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial 60c S 100 Surest and Quickest Gore for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Farm For Sale Having decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4i miles North of Lancaster on Poor Ridge pike and is known as the Walter Adams farm The land is all in cultivation and will sell the at a reasonable figure Possession will be given at once pro vided are sold The farm has plenty of water is well fenced and on a turnpike Another tract of land containing acres joining this farm ould be bought at a very reasonable price Nancy J Brown 1m Farm For Sale 264 ACRES OF LAND Will sell privately 264 acres of fine farming land situated 1 mile from on the Lexington pike about 10 acres in town limits About 135 acres In cultivation rest in grass All under good fence and has plenty nev erfailing water Dwelling house is good and has all necessary Possession for seeding purposes given this Fall and of dwelling first of year or sooner This farm should be seen to be appreciated Since the City Council is enforcing the laws land in the vicinity of Lancaster has advanc ed in price greatly and is in great All parties having claims against the estate of R M Moss Sr decd will please present them properly proven to me inside of the next 30 days 921tf W B Moss Admr i Lancaster outbuildings demand 6 FOR SALE I 1200 BLUE GRASS RBIIwriteiorliat or call on J W Elmore L e CLrreyHARRODSBURG I t4usHssssslssUUsUsiSUUSSssssusnssesscosslisesisuCsuSsOO 1 I KE1VTUC- KYsssssususssssssussssssssssssisssuuu Vt E I lUd5TJUiN WORLD MESSAGE FROM MISSIONARIES Workers In China Send Out an Appeal I to Mission Societies j The following letter has recently been sent to the members of the for eign mission boards and societies in all Christian lands and is signed by are the most influential class in China and heretofore they have been also the most conservative There is no better index of the change which has come over the empire than the recent remarkable exodus of the 8020 Chinese students to Japan there has not been in the history of the world any such migration of students from one country to another in an equally brief period These stu dents are from all parts of the empire and belong to the educated and official classes They are bound in the future to influence mightily every missionary interest throughout China Tho students arc living In Toklo amidst dangerous conditions tending both toward extreme radicalism and great immorality The good which might come from Japan are practically shut off from them the Chinese students have but little Japanese or English while the Japanese do not speak Chinese Thorn are in Japan a number of revolutionary Chinese politicians who are filling the minds of tho students with fanatical antiChristian and anti foreign ideas The students are in danger of becoming a real menace to China and are a serious hindrance to the missionary enter priseThe general committee of the Young Mens Christian Associations of China Korea and HongKong has deter mined upon making an effort in their behalf The Shanghai Missionary As sociation appointed a committee to call the attention of the boards of missions throughout the world to this great need and to ask their hearty cooperation with the Young Mens Christian Associations In this enter prise The recent cooperation of the missionaries with the Japanese troops in Manchuria affords a valuable exam pIe as to the results of such coopera tionContributions may be sent to the honorary treasurer Rev A J Walker Shanghai or to the national commit tee of the Young Mens Christian As sociations of England and America TO PROBE MISSIONS S Jicate of Dally Newspapers Sends Out Representative lie big business of bringing tho gdom closer to the world Is evok iug various forms of presentday Christian activity The latest of these is a firsthand study of foreign mission work all around the world in behalf of a syndicate of daily news papers in the United States and Can ada by Mr William T Ellis one ot the editors of the Philadelphia Press Mr Ellis goes as a trained investi gator with the avowed purpose of telling in popular form exactly what he finds Just what foreign missions are doing or failing to do how they work and in what conditions and the sort of men and women who represent the American churches abroad will be reported with the utmost by Mr Ellis His tour which began at San Fran cisco June 13 will include Hawaii Japan Korea China Philippines Burma India Egypt Persia Syria and the Holy Land Turkey and Europe Nine months will be consumed in the journey Mr Ellis is not sent by any missionary body but goes independently on a strictly journalistic mission Whatever of a religious nature is likely to interest the American public comes properly within the field of his survey The various missionary boards and religious organizations have expressed a cordial interest in this project and a desire to cooperate with it Church Union in England Union of an organic nature among the three smaller of the Methodist denominations in United Methodist Free Churches the New Connexion and the Bible Christian Methodists of which the first is more than twice the size of either of the other two Is about to be consummated says the Record of Christian Work All together they number more than 160000 members with over 700 ministers and nearly 2500 chapels The three bodies which when the union is legally completed by act of parliament will be no longer three but one will be known as the Union Methodist church It is hoped by many that this may prove the first step to the organic union of all those British Christians who call John Wes ley their ecclesiastical father For the Babies Rev Robert J Burdette of the Temple church Los Angeles Cal that he does not believe in treating babies in Baptist homes as if they were little pagans until they are 10 or 12 years old He holds name services as he calls them in which the child is conse crated to Gods service a brief of Scripture being read a charge to the parents delivered and a prayer Mistaken Theory Women remarked the keen have a wonderfully acute of humor But protested the contrary it has long been the universal belief that women have no sense of humor at all And right there is where the ant versal believers go lame rejoined the k o Why everybody knows that only a woman can see anything to laugh at when a measly banana peel on the sidewalk gets busy and takes a fall oat ora nina Chicago Daily News I withI Probably Influences because therefore frankness Ceylon international Englandthe Methodist declares accordingly portion of person i T- eo I consecration offered observer sense Jr r I1 nnnr f 1 fi DD1N qi J c JLjfrjBIRD ENEMY OF POTATO BUG The RedBreasted Grosbeak Found to Feed Liberally on the Insect The redbreasted Grosbeak is cred ited by William Dutcher president ol the National association of Audubon societies with being an arch enemy of the potato beetle which In some is more commonly known as the potato bug As evidence of the good work that the redbreasted Gros beak docs among the potato beetles the following statement credited to Beal of the department of agriculture Is interestingA ago I made some inter eating observations in a small field of potatoes near my house No remedi al measures were applied to the crop but both beetles and birds were given a fair field and no favors At first the Insects increased in numbers in localities PAIR OF REDBREASTED spite of the daily visits of the birds but when the young of the latter were hatched the numbers of the beetles began to diminish rapidly and when the young birds were fledged and were brought by their parents and placed in a row upon the fence around the field the insects rapidly and when I examined the field a week later I could not find a single beetle either young or adult About this time the birds began to prey upon some peas in my garden and I shot one of them and examined the contents of its stomach It con slated of one large green caterpillar Sphingidae several potato beetles and a few fragments of peas My conclusion was that the few peas taken had been well paid for How ever I hung an old coat on a pole near the pea vines and the birds came near them no more All of the above observations were made in the state iof Iowa which was one of the first states to suffer from the attacks of the beetles on their eastward march this habit of the Gros beak has been confirmed by thousands iof observers in all parts of the coun try where the potato beetle and the bird are found As this insect is eaten by but few species of birds it is especially desirable that this one that eats it so freely should be and its increase be encouraged in every possible manner Forty years ago this bird was rare in New England in fact was entirely un known in many places but it is now fairly abundant there and it may be that it has been attracted to that section of the country by the pres ence of the potatobeetles which fur nish so large a portion of its food I believe it is possible to prevent its depredations upon peas the only harm that I have ever heard it ac cused of and its value as an insect destroyer forbids its wanton destruc tion CURING CLOVER HAY Only Such Amount as Can Be Safely Cured and Stored Should Be Cut Where a hay loader is used It is sometimes advantageous to ted clover hay twice to get all the dampness out of it before putting it in barns Where the hay is loaded by hand from cocks or piles this is seldom Clover hay says the Orange Judd Farmer should never put in the mow when damp with the expectation that it will cure out in mow If the weather is very brittle as was last year in this latitude small amounts should be cut so that too much will not be down at one My practice is to cut one day about what I can put in the next so that if the weather breaks and my hay gets wet after it is almost cured our loss will be comparatively small Last year during the wet weather I know of farmers who lost five or six acres by cutting down too much at one time Besides if the weather proves warm and clear when so much is cut at one time the last to be taken in will be too dry to handle well and so many of the leaves will drop off while handling that the value of the hay will be greatly reduced j A good for hay making and one which I endeavor to carry out is about as follows Cut the latter part of day about as much as can care of the next afternoon this to be governed of course by the amount of help at hand Begin ted ding by ten a m the next day if the weather is clear By one or two j begin hauling to the barn Clean up if possible all that is down Have a team cutting for next day and no on each day Helping Out With an exclamation of delight the hardened tourist rushed on the platform and started to smash his trunk with an ax Hold on shouted the baggage man Are you crazy Not at all replied the hardened tourist as he continued to smash I read that baggagemen were at this season so I thought I would smash my own trunk and save you the trouble Chicago Daily News GROSBEAK disappeared Since hen preserved i I I it time I I prog mme betaken baggage I I l c c necessary p- In oVer- worked M D HUGHES HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Eatate 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 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 850000 00 is 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 liastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points The Belle Telephone also has a line here There is rural free delivery cf mail along all the pikes in the County following will be shown bv us at low prices U W1NErRoAD Real commission being The B No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit YOU In location nnd Nice No 9 Largo and commodious brIck busi ness house and dwelling in the best busfiiess section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 hulls and 2 verandura good cistern and well on the premises acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for it Price 500000No 2 new cottage houses on Totteu ave nue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice newframe cottage garden and lot ou Lexington street in Lancaster A de sirable home In sight ot the Graded school iu one of tIme best residence sections of the City Price tCOOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 chore for farm property No 16 71 i acres as good land as In Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is iu a high state of cultiva tion This farm is I miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at Irice we offer it a fine Investment G5 00 per acre No 17 STu acres of fine 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 Xew 7 room frame house2 Jails 2 porches i stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 J miles from Churches school stores c This property is right ou pike and is well improved and is a bargain at 0500 per acre Terms easy payments No 21 A farm of 20 acres in Garrard Co Hemp land tobacco land never failing water house 7 rooms large stJck barn and barns tenant house G miles from Lan caster 7000 per acre No 29 67 acres ol well Improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7500 per acre No 34 192 acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered 90 acres in grass 2 miles from Bryantsville 0500 per easy terms 1 and f I 2 tobacco acre ou J farm FOLKS Cures and Diseases la Every Form Many People Have Kidney and Not Know It HOW TO FIND OUT It Is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which it constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order th other organs are affected immediately and you may have Symplons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and other ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick F toy KMlMy Cur 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 will be restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kid keys are out of order by setting aside for M hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it cloudy or milky or has brickdust sed iment or small particles float about in It four kidneys are diseased and F foy0 KMiMy should be taken at once F toy KMlMy Cureis pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better slight disorders ia a few days and it has cured many obstinate after other treatment had failed Dtcters Said He Would Net Peter Prey of Woodruff Pa writest getting worse the doctors advised me if business to attend to I had bet ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was ao cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure for it and after taking three bottles I be frave I was entirely will Tv WM Me tlJM For sale by C C J 3 Stormes KIDNEYCURE KIn is onceIt LIfe thebest antlAD to get an liii Bladder Curs continued to be i MNUNEI IT 4 No 35 71 acres on nikeS miles of Innim ter land In corn frame hone and outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Sceua for price XOTG 100 acres first clas land from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the lest frame houses In Garrard C unty hemp and tobacco land wellfenced and wet er in abundance Ask us about this one an for price No 352 69 acres of land on pike adjoin ing No K above 8 room residence Rood barn cud out buildings splendid orchard Rood cistern 35 acres In corn balance in grass will sell at a bargain or will sell in connection with Xo 35 above making a farm of 1 IV acres with two residences Look at this and ask for priceOther property for galo and exchange List your property with us we would like to show you our contract J o37 ICO acres of first class land ongood pike G miles from Lancaster I mile from rail road 6 room frame 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever never failing stock water 60 acres cin be put in wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco aui hemp laud 0500 per acre No 44 35i miles from Lancaster on good county road JSmlle from pike 1 mile from school new frame cbttoje of fi rooms fine cistern never failing stock water 1 large barn and other out buildings 25 acres in hemp wheat stubble balance In grass good orchard No waste land and all in high state oi cultl vatfon Price SOcOU per acre No 45 IlJi acres on county road one fourth mile from pike good 5 room cottage large new barn 0s35 feet plenty of fruit of kinds 5 acres in tobacco 3 acres grassbalauce in corn This is a nice little country horn and well worth what is asked ilijOOO- No 4 loCJi acres of as good land rs Is In Garrard County house and good barn and outbuildings welljwatercd good orchard all tobacco and hemp land Ask about this one for further description and for Irice No47 115 acres of land in Garrard County 4 miles from Lancaster mile of Lexington pike splendid roil to house new C room house with good cellar barn aud other outbuildings well watered 10 acres wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hemp aalance in grass fencfng good 7000 per mere lump ant meadow Small mlles house Ir acre com Oacres nil room within onefourth Commissioners Sale of Laud GAUUAIID UIKCUIT COUUT James East Plaintiff- vs Curt East Defendant By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its August term 1100 in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY OCTOBER 22 1006 It being county court day at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following real property in Garrard CountyKentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake and mulberry corner to Freeman Prather thence his line S G8J W 181 poles to a point in or near the middle of the Lancaster and Buckeye Turnpike corner to James Walker thence with the middle and meanders of said turnpike S 23i W 31 44 poles to a point in or near the West edge of a culvert S 5 E 11 poles to a stake on the West side and near the edge of metal at S 41 E 58 poles passing James Walkers corner to Owen at36 24 poles to a stake and fence post on the of pike cor corner to same N 46 E 3560 poles to a popular stump on the north of a branch corner to same S 61 E 9 poles to a stake line to same N 71 E 8 40 poles to a stake in said Simpsons line corner to Freeman Pratber thence his line N 35 W passing a stone on old corner at Hi 8745 poles to the containing 31 acres and 26 poles less 3 acres and 13 poles sold by Allen East to Owen EastTERMS Said sale will be made on a creditor six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 per cent interest annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may if not paid at maturity A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money- J M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomlison Atty for Plff This October 4th 1906 eastside SimpsonN beginning SURE SAFE S SPEEDY TkllSCWIKI N n aoutnUf f fatr itrtife rlJVEB BiOMATHH wucwtd witt OM BrtA ia 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CURE sssco Sold ta Drusgista psss CoIvmbtQJ I Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Whites Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY Crab Orc ard Conceucate Water C C l Claims Sosfainec UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS The Publishers of Websters International Dictionary that it is in facttbo popu lar thoroughly reedited in every detail nn l vurtyenriched every with the purpose ot it to nifcct tlo larger requirements of another We are of tho opinion that most clearly iwcura tly i scrih s tim work list been and the result thutbiMticeu iTTcl l 1 i IHrtiprmry as now EtjinJs I u I n i uv tililwlin every elutnll Iris Ufii corntled in every part ia admirably adapted to meet limo imd severer requirements or a generation which moro pular philological knowledge than any generation It is perhaps needles to add hint we refer to the dictionary In our judicial work as of the highest authority in accuracy of defini mid will oo tim eource of constant reference CHARLES CAM Jatlw LATCRKNTK WELDON JOHN RAVIS BTANTOX J 1EKItn CHAKLE3 U llUWltYJnJjna refers to JTEnSTEnS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZEt- hehighest uwanl was to the Interna tional at time Worlds Fair ist Lows GET THE LATEST AND BEST I The Publishers I I h thl r i It It c T11e given jrt tnh severer generation I ill futmirn as I pat FOlr chore You will lie ititcrcsteiltnmir specimen jnicros GStC MERRIAM CO PUBLISHERS SPRINGFIELD MASS scat free Price of Journal Increased On Oct 1 the price of the Ladies Ionic Journal will be increased to 0 Call at Joseph Mercantile Cos store and me yonr subscription before that tune and save Mrs Dolly Brown Order For BOND ISSUE Garrard County Fiscal Court April Term Order 4th day of April lOU Bond election to repair Court House calledThe question being under the of the Fiscal Court concern ing the condition of the Garrard County Court House the vaults of the satire containing the Public Records the condition of the different and the various ollice rooms in the Court House and the question be lug before the Court on motion and the same being submitted to the Court for vote it is the opinion of the Court that the sale Court House and the various named apartments need and in many respects and it is the opinion of the Court that the sum of 31000000 should be ap propiared for the OUtPOSt of said work is herein after specifically set out and the said Fiscal Court hereby suggest that said appropriation be made and does hereby reccuniend the seine that is that the sum of 81000000 be appropriated for the purpose of remtrt cling repairing and overhauling the two vaults and changing time the same in the CjiirtJ House it necessary for remodeling time Cupalo if found to he necessary for remodel ing and repairing the Circuit Court Room and remodeling repairing anti overhauling the Court House for the purpose of making it neat and and to put in the same a system of heating and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Fiscal cjurt of Garrard juutyKy that at the regular election to be held in Garrard county on the oth day of November WOO an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at which all legal voters in said county shall be privileged to vote on the ques tion Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the purpose of remodeling and repairing tile court House of Gar rard county for a sum not exceeding 310 00000 It is further ordered that said election be held and pulls be open ed at all the voting precintcs in Gar rard county and the Sheriil of Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof for at least thirty days next be fore thereof in The Central Record it being the Newspaper having the circulation in said County and than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County and also at the Court House door The clerk of this court is ordered furnish a certified copy of this order to said sheriff It is further order ed that if the vote hereby order ed is in favor of said bond issue then the Fiscal court will in obedience to the said vote and under chapter 52 Article four Kentucky and the other Statute rotating to this sub ject issue bonds in any sum not exceed ing 1000000 for the purpose of repair said terms as to time of payment and payment of interest and sale of as the court in its discretion may deem best but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their face value or bear at a greater rate than 6 interest per annum from date until paid A D Ford IJADoty clerk of certify that the foregoing is a true copy as appears on record in my by W A D C In pursuance to the foregoing order Sept 25 1906 Garrard County Ky For Sale A number one good bull calfby the short horn bull from good cow he is blood red 5 months old Fat and fine call atonce 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 Point Leave Ky 8174t CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children Bears the Signature of 1 money- t ELECTIONon consideration Court- Rooms location- f comfortable largest printedhand t o ofGarrard interest per cent untIlWednesday theGarrardCoun ty Courtdo ThisSept thereindirected roughbred Ike KiM Have Always j give repairing remodeling Henry Ysu Bwght aa444a- i H T