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THE CENTRAL RECORDErEXTBESTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 19 1906 NUMBHuJ r I O0 00OOO XXX C X OOOOO 0O OO0OOOOOOOO0OO We will have with us a special cloak man representing one of the largest and best houses in the East on Wednesday and OCTOBER 24th and 25th 1906 He will have with him all the latest designs known to the Cloak world We would be pleased to have you give us a call on the above men tioned dates Dont forget the dates Wednesday and Thursday October 24th and 25th 19O6 Lancaster Kentucky OurNewStocksA I FALL and WINTER Clothing Shoes Hats FURNISHING GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY See our line of SCHOOL 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 CLOAK JOSEPH MERCANTiLE CO u II t fJ V VVVh t tLIE r AND SHOES t i F THE y r R r- f 1 Of feocal Interest THE SALOON MUST GO The Rev Dr M B Adams Presi dent of AntiSaloon League Writes Interesteng Card Advertisement The Rev M B Adams President of the Anti Saloon League of Kentucky and one of the leading Baptist of the State has addressed a let ter to those who have been associated with him for several years past in the cause of temperaLce urging upon them the necessity for taking a hand in the president Democratic campaign United States Senatorial nomination in behalf of Governor Beckham Dr Adams has been at the head of the Anti Saloon League for nine years past representing it in legislative tights for the enactment of legislation and in the connties in local option fights and has about him the many who are in opposition to the liquor element and interests controlling the political and affairs of the State of On his own responsibility and putting aside any other question that might be attempted to be injected the race for the Senatorial Dr Adams Is acting in this and he was never more in earnest support of any matter The letter he is sending out to his workers over the State savs that the fight now centered in the Senatorial race is by the liquor interests to regain their lest control of political affairs which through the passage of the County unit bill the Rectifiers tax bill the Wholesale bill and the Shipping bill Governor Beckham has taken from them He calls upon his friends out in the State to help the man who was the first of all Kentuckys Governors to dare oppose the hitherto all powerful liquor forces and adds that should the temperance people allow him to be defeated in the face of the fearful and corrupt fight against him they will not in future be be trusted to sustain their public in standing for the moral of Kentucky nor can they expect the next Governor of the State to the liquor interests as Governor Beckham has done Dr Adams says that he can testify to the sincerity of Governor Beckham in his fight for temperance and regula tion of the liquor business and as untrue the lies which have been circulated by the liquor people in this campaign with regard to the Governor as a drinking man The of Dr Adams reads as follows Last winter the liquor forces of the State met with an overwhelming de feat in the passage of the County Unit Bill the Wholesale Bill the Shipping Bill and the tight for a tax on the business of rectifying and blending liquors The passage of all these measures took from the liquor element the control in political affairs have for many years exercised They have also been mortally offended by being compelled by the Governor to obey the laws forbidding the sale of liquor on Sunday They have never received such treatment in Kentucky before and they naturally think the and public life of this State to them to debauch and as they please They are now struggling to regain lost control The first battle wish to win is their campaign for the control of Kentucky nomina tion for U S Senator for which he is offering If they could accomplish his defeat they would win three valuable points which would be a most fearful oss to the temperance Interests the great victories we have won First they would obtain by his defeat the control of the Democratic Party Secondly they would be in fine politi cal position to control the next Legis lature and repeal the temperance meas ures recently passed at such great cost Thirdly they would so frighten the next governor of the State that he would not dare to oppose the liquor Interests as Gov Beckham has done Should they accomplish this the work of the temperance people running through many years would be over thrownWithout the assistance of Gov Beck the County Unit and other bills could not have passed I know their history in every detail and ap pealed to the Governor on behalf of temperance people of the State to give his assistance which he gladly did f the Governor was only playing poll tics i t was poor politics 1 can to his sincerity All kinds of lies are being circulated by the liquor people to barm Gov Beckham such as that he Is a drunkard and bru tal in his family I personally know these to be untrue Tens of thousands of dollars nre being put Into the cam paign against him The liquor people are depending onhis defeat for their return to political power I am sending this letter on my own responsibility to you As a leader I ask you to help sustain the man who first of ail Kentuckys Governors has oppose the hitherto all powerful liquor forces Itthe temperance people allow Beckhams in the face of the fearful and corrupt fight waged a gainst him by the solid saloon forces of the State they will not in be to sustain their public se vantsja the moral inter ests of Kentucky For ni iais I have labored at ministers forthe temperance gathered parties Kentucky into nomination matter sustain servants interests oppose denounces letter they political belongs corrupt their they ham the mighty testify deeat dared the futute trusted for 4 Frankford for the temperance cause in Kentucky without a cent of rcmunera tion and much larger cot to myself than I could afford These nave teen nine years of suffering and trial Much has had to be endured from the ene homes whose interests I have antagonized on behalf of the old Commonwealth we all love and hope to see redeemed from the liquor blight I believe I have a right to appeal to every temperance voter in the Demo cratic party to Work from now until the dav of election to prevent the of this lirst battle by the saloon power to regain control of the State I would not have the heart to go before another governor if the people should prove ungrateful euough to allow the enemy to win this their first battle af ter their disastrous defeat of last win ter If we can defeat the whisky forces at this point we can win the next Legislature and place such additional laws in the Statute books as will in the next few years redeem Kentucky from the saloon Will you help Never cast a vote on the same side the saloon keepers vote Yours sincerely M B Adams AN Advertisement Hon Harvey HelmDear Sir Inasmuch as Prohibition or Temperance ques iion has come to a prominent place in State politics pointing as we think to fact that it must in the near fu ture become an issue in all the can vasses for State and County offices undersigned hereby most respect fully requests that you will give some public utterance as to how you stand on the license question that is as to whether or not you are in favor of the licensing of the barter and sale of in toxicatmg liquors for beverage pur posts It has been charged that you were silent in the recent local option in your County and no one knows or could tell from your utterances which side of the question yon advoca ted We think that most surely no man who proposes to act as the public servant of so large and so intelligent a constituency as Congressional District of Kentucky can afford to be silent or undertake to dodge this question It is somewhat amusing and to us a very gratifying fact that both of the candidates for the Demo cratic nomination for United States Senator in this State are now vicing with each other as to which is the best temperance man or rather which one is receiving most support from liquor men As you are aware Col T B Demaree of Wilmore Jessamine County is the candidate for Congress on the ticket and he has authorized the undersigned as chairman of the District to challenge you for a public discussion of the temperance or the liquor question Please answer by return mail as the election isso near at hand Very Respectfully c Wallace Chmn 8th Cong District Prohibition Party Point Leavell Garrard County Ky Oct 6th We have sold our stock of disc to R S Brown Bro and we take this method of thanking the general public for their kind and gen erous patronage We commend our sue cessors foryour km3 consideration and trust our friends and customers will call to see them at the old stand you will find them upright honest and worthy of your confidence Respectfuly tf The Logan Dry Goods Co mien of our winning OPENLETTER the the the election the 8th Prohibition o T DOG mel han merchants itt C Officers of Primary Election Nol John M Faria ce k Geo judge John White judge A B Brown Sheriff No 2 Robinson clerk Win Lawson judge Wm Ward judge W K Leaven sheriff No 3 James Clark Judge Win judge J F Robinson Clerk Arch Kavanaugh Sheriff No 4 Sheriff Geo Robinson clerk Wm Glass judge Cleveland Rose judge No 5 Ike Dunn Jr jud e C A M F Rout Sheriff Taylor Burdette judge No C Nathan Bogie clerk Robt Burton judge Dr J II Perkins judge Richard Burton Sheriff No 7 Jas R Henry judge Dave Sanders judge Rus Denton Sheriff Wood Burnside clerk No 8 Rob Boian judge Bob Arnold judge Joe McCormack cleik J Wade Walker Sheriff No 9 Sam Cochran judge Eb Scott judge Wm Gooch clerk Hiatt Stigall sheriff McCREARY Master Newel Ham is very sick at this writing Mr Walker Bradshaw bought of Jink Long some hogs at 51c Mr Clay Walls and wife of Texas is visiting Mr Ben Keley Pater Warren sold fifty bbl of corn to John Speaks for per bbl Mr Alex andJ M Sebastin sold V M Lear some dry cows at 2Jc Mr Allen Dinnis of Stanford visited Mr and Sirs J M Forbes Saturday and Sunday Miss Bettie Walker entertained a few young friends very highly at flinch Saturday evening Wanted boy between age of 18 and 20 Good salary and tine prospects for right boy Bastin Telephone Co tf A good Jersey cow and a one year old Jersey heifer also a Duroc Jersey sow and six pigs that weigh about 231bs F M Tinder To TaxPayers Your taxes are due so please call and settle as the penalty will be added C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard Co tf Important Notice Town taxes are now due and you will save cost by paying before the penalty is added This is final notice J A Beazley Collector Farm For Sale Forty acres of good productive land G miles from Lancaster and 1 miles from the Lexington pike Good seven room dwelling barn and etc on or address Price Collier Marksbury Ky All memoers of the Congressional Democratic Campaign Committee are requested to meet at the County court room next Saturday at 2 p m M Hughes chin G B Swiuebroad Having sold our stock merchandise to R S Brown Bro we desire to close up our business here soon as possible those having accounts with us will eon fer quite a favor If they will call and settle onceRespectfully 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co I T Farris T B Chas Polndtxter Robinson clerk 150 Layton ForSale Nov I 1012 th Meeting D secy Clark C ill f EveryFire Five Years Guaranteedfor Pocket Book Lost Friday between my residence and Water street Contained money ladies shirt waist buttons babys rings and other articles Reward for return to my store S G Ilaselden Three Good Farms For Sale Having decided to quit farming I will sell privately all of my landed es tate consisting of three farms One lies on Sugar Creek and contains 325 acres one of 90 acres where I now live in Garrard county and one of 0 acres in Madison county All good farms Terms reasonable Jas R Henry Kirksville Ky tf For a stylish haircut or easy shave go to Duns Barber Shop J A Beazley Undetaker Henry 4rteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit t L DAVIDSON Attorney At taw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS are authorized to announce HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed lion G U Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo erotic party G CHRIS FARIS i Dentist Ofllce over store Danville st WmHerudon Ben D Ilerutlon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store R I We G f I I m i WTi V M 20th Century Laurel Bums Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or Soot ALL SOFT COAL OBJECTIONS OVERCOME Clean FuelSaving Handsome and Everlasting HEATS THE FLOOR The I t I 1 q i Sbowiag how the Coal Bonafoalk Ottode tetrad to Oak Haselden Brothers rZ lJ I s nl I Recleaned Wheat Rye Timothy Orchard and II Blue Grass I COAL t We can supply you with the best grades at the lowest prices 1 BALLARD and BALLARD FLOUR Car of Fresh Salt just received We pay cash or exchange for Hay Oats and Corn and are in the market at all times for your products BANKS HUDSON Our line of and is very complete and our prices are right I MOUNT ELKIN I I 1 IW lOtIifl AIVIr- W T t1M o o m IaE TJNG I COOE STO ES I flI JlJII19J 4 oYo ooao oooeloQ oH oooo oo ooo Q Q Q Q Q Q IN THE FALL is 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 And the best paint to use is THE v SHERWINWILLIAMS L PAINT It is made to cover well b look well and wear well It V always docs just what you ex yjfc pect it to do and it never goes wrong if rightly applied Its very economical Use it and youll be satis fled t springrains eIjJf W McRoberts Drug Store TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING 1 We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut prices of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages fc of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will Sj do the rest fc If Interested Consult Us Conn Bfos SOLD BY 1 smmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmtrm j I Ei would like to explain to you the working ofa system a Ei Ei E a a mmmmm mm mmmmmmmmR E i eu I n r EWe S E HE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50r000 Surplus 10000 A R 1 E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr 0- B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny DENNY President S WE WILL Keep Your Monej Safe I We Solicit Your Burness I CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered Poe OjKct ii Lancaster At ui SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky October 19 1906 THE INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER Louisville Post The number of in dependent newspapers in this country is steadily growing and it is to notice how one after another the most influential newspapers in the large cities declare that henceforth they will owe allegiance to no party organization but will support only such candidates whose election ap pears best for the general public The nomination by the Democratic party In New York of Mr Hearst for office of Governor has caused thousands of voters and not a few newspapers wno have heretofore al ways called themselves Democratic to formally renounce allegiance to the party and proclaim themselves The remarks of the Rochester N Y Herald in this connection are partic ularly interesting After commenting upon the alliance between the Hearst managers and Air Murphy of Hall through which the nomina tion of Mr Hearst made possible as well as to additional comments as to Mr Hearst the Herald concludes as followsFrom own duty in this campaign and hereafter the Herald does not shrink The Democratic party delis ered by Murphy and his kind as a chattel into the hands of Hearst has as a party no further claim upon its support or countenance Brom now henceforth the Herald will pursue its course independent of every party connection It will no allegiance to parties or sans It will choose for itself such candidates platforms principles and policies as commend themselves to its sense of fitness and right and these Herald will support frankly and It will have no prejudices for or against Democrats Republicans or third party men as partisans but will treat them in the light of their deserts and their claim to pub lie confidence and support This is a decision which we believe will in the end be forced on nearly every selfrespecting newspaper in the United States The position of a newspaper relative to current politics simi particularly relative to current I Ml politics is different from that of individual voter A man may call self a Democrat or a Republican he pleases and then vote for the man in either party A may easily find himself with a set of candidates that he cannot support but nevertheless ex pect that the next vear or the next year will thud his party restored to its proper moorings- A newspaper however if it desires honest is almost forced to give an expression of its views each and every year If it originally started as i Democratic newspaper and finds the Democratic ticket unworthy of its duty is to advise its readers of this fact If the next year the Re publican nominees are unlit the duty is as imperative as it was the year be forePolitical parties in this country particularly in local affairs shift their prii cipes and the standard of their candidates so frequently that it al most impossible for any honest voter in a large city at least to year after year vote one party ticket No can unfailingly support one without losing the respect of the community and finally degenerating into the role of the most contemptible of all the newspaper genus the organ The declaration of principles enun by the Rochester paper is the s tare as those announced by the Post some time ago The time is past when the honest and influential newspaper can support one party every year The independent newspa per is distinctly the newspaper of the future Wound Bruises and Buans By au antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like before inflamation sets in they may be heated without maturatiou and in about the by the old treatment This is the gre est 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 quick ly It also also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For sale by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at Lan caster 1m A man isnt beaten as long as he isnt discouraged 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 wellat all We got a bottle of Chamberlains CoughRemedy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout writes Mrs Ora Bussard Ill This rememdy is for sale by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at 1m z the and I the Independents Tammany waS purchased acknowledge fearlessly individual st tobe support is newspaper party newspaper elated Evening apPlying one third time required 11 and fat Bruboker Lan- caSter interesting part Democrat confronted injuries t County court next Monday the 22nd Go to Miss Lena Brights court day and get a g wl quare meal fur 25cts The famous evangelist Rev Sam Jones died suddenly on a train near Little Hock Arkansas Remember I serve a good dinner court day from 11 oclock to 2 p m call around Miss Lena Blight Ladies of Methodist church will hold an exchange at ice on Saturday 2oth of all saleable delicates to tempt appettie The W C T U have moved to the rooms over Jake Josephs store All the members are requested to be there Saturday at 3 oclock sharp Judge Hughes In The Harness As Editor Louis Landram is in Louisville this attending the Masonic Lodge Judge M D Hughes is holding down the tripod in The Record office Policemen Bcazley and Herron flush ed a big poker game Saturday night and Judge Armstrong consigned a number of coons to the rock pile Mon day morning Five of them were lined 100 each to be worked out Free on Court Day Oct ZZ OS To the one who puts on exhibition in Henrv Duncan barber shop window Lit haircut for largest ear of corn 2nd shampoo for largest sweet potatoe 3rd shave for largest pumpkin On Monday afternoon a train on the L N the rear end of Mrs Alice Joslins buggy at Prices crossing throwing her and her little daughter some distance in dieting painful wounds on Mrs Joslins head and about her chest The little girl was not badly hurt They were brought to Dr office where Dr Kinnaird dressed the wounds New Firm R S Brown and Brother who bought the stock of goods owned by the Logan Dry Goods Company will open an date line at the stand of the latter company as one of the firm has been in the city buying an stock Being men of and very popular we predict for them a successful career in our city Garrard Gets Prize Promoters of the State Development Association which met m Whinches ter week offered a prize of 100 to the county sending the largest to the meeting Garrard and Fayette tied in the race and our was given fifty dollar half the prize Many of our best and most successful farmers attended the and fay much good will result from the meeting Same Here The problem in is getting at an acute stage and nelp is getting scarcer and scarcer all the time If it continues like it has been going for the past year the white people will be put up against the most serious problem that confronted them This week a wen known dry goods merchant had to leave his store and cook his own meals A lawyer had to leave an unfinished brief to take care of the baby white the wife did the cooking and a wen known society man says it will soon be up to him to do his own washing or wear dirty clothing Elizabethtown News On Saturday morning at two oclock Miss Pattllin daughter of Mr and Mrs n M died being fourteen years of age Funeral services were by Eld F M Tinder at the residence at three oclock on Sun day and the natural body laid to rest in Lancaster Cemetery The pro cession was one of the longest that ever followed the remains of one so young through this city and many flowers were offered as tokens of love by friends and companions Though she had been a sufferer for some time she bore it all with that is seldom manifestad by those who are much older So she was victorious in relief from her suffering and gaining an en trance into the abode of angels which should give consolation to the family She was very lovable and amiable and will be missed by tne entire community Wholesale House for Lancaster Mr Joe S Haselden has purchased a third interest in the business of his brothers Messrs J Ramond and Sam G and the new firm will add a whole sale department to their large hard ware stove They have bought the property of Capt Herndon now occupi ed by Hemphill West adjoining their building and after January first will build a handsome brick building removing the partition wall and throwing the two building in the hardware line making their whole sale department the principal feature of the business The retail business will be kept up to its present high standard while the tinning and departments will also be in charge of competent hands These young men deserve much praise for their pluck and enterprise we believe they will succeed beyond their hopes are gentlemen who enjoy the greatest respect and of our people their honest deal Ing and upright citizenship having won for them not only the esteem but tee warmest friendship of our people i e e r t I LOCAL Post O Removal week Accident Southbound tons up to immense experience last delegation county meeting domestic Death Bal ou conducted waS fortitude deathfinding bereaved They I struck hand hay labor eve plumbing fondest young confidence Meeting There will be a the of the Mutual Life Co of Non York at the Bank tonight Friday at 7 ocloclc Good Wear Louis Murphy is still wearing an overcoat that he bought of R 11 ILitson 17 years ago and Steve Ison wore a hat for 25 years which he bought from the same merchant and he would still wear it but it burned with his house Miserable Mail Service Last Sundays papers did not reach Lancaster until Monday afternoon and some of them have not showed up yet This is a case of both inefficiency and carelessness which the officers should investigate The Government is paying a big price to have this to and those should over the coals New Grocery Firm Mr S D Turner Mr Levi Tudor of Kirksviile have bought out the grocery and coal yard of Mr John Magee on Depot steet and will carry a full line of Groceries and coal and a first chss meat market in connection They cordially invite the public to give them a call the style of the firm will be the New Garrard Grocery Watch the Record for their low prices MEETS IN LANCASTER Eighth District Teachers Associa tion To Convene This Month The Eighth Congressional District Teachers Association which is com posed of the teachers of the common schools of this district will hold its annual convention in Lancaster next Friday week October2G and continuing throughout the 27th The sessions wili beheld in the First Baptist Church of Lancaster The teachers of Danville and Boyle will stud a good delegation to the convention and take a conspicuous part The railroads will grant reduced rates of one and one third fare on the certificate plan Those expecting to attend and desiring to be entertained are reguested to notify President of theAssociation J E Mannix not later than October 15Tne county and city superintendents principals and teach ersof the district are urged to attend and make the meeting a great success The following program has beeu ar Oct 20 10 A M Music Roundtable DiscussionTop ic How Strengthen the Work of the Public School a In Course of Study W Rawling b in Teaching Power Supt Garland Singleton c In Daily Program Miss Mittie Dunn Friday 2 P M Music Address The Future School Systen of Kentucky Prof R S Eubanks Lexington Address Kentuckys Educational Opportunity Judge J A Sullivan Richmond of Address Appointment of M Music Solo Miss Eliza Ison Address Who Our Laws Dr II K Traylor Winches ter Mnsic Duet Profs J W Ireland and 0 B Falis Saturday 0 A M Music Address Children Kentuckys Most Valuable Asset Prof J C Lewis London Ad dress An Educational Awakening Prof M 0 Winfrey Middlesboro Music Re ports of Committees Selection of Place of Next Meeting Adjournment JJETTIg Mr and Mrs John Collier were visit ors at Marksbury Sunday Mrs W S Bourne visited her Mrs John Underwood at Hubble Sunday W S Bettis S J Bourne and John N White attended court at Danville Monday Miss Mamie Adams after a five weeks visit to relatives in Cincinnati has returned home Mr Me Williams and wife have re turned home after a pleasant visit to friends In Nicholasviile We are glad to know that Mrs Frank Ross who has been quite ill for several weeks is slowly improving Several from this place attended the burial of Miss Allie Sutton which took place at Preachersville Monday Mrs Mattie White and daughter Miss Mamie of Stanford were the guests of Mr Am Bourne and family Sunday STONE Mrs Viola Fain is slowly improving Mrs Luther Raney is very sick at this writing Mrs Ellen Littrel is dangerously ill at this writing Mae Sanders visited Miss Hallie Folger Sunday Mr J W Sanders and wife were of Mrs Mary A Sanders Sunday Mr Earl Grow and bride have been recent visitors of NIcholasville friends Miss Maud Mitchell entertained sev eral of her friends Saturday evening Miss Beulah Grimes who has been visiting Mrs C M Moberly has return homeMiss Preston entertained a number of her friends quite pleasantly Thursday evening Misses Mabel and Georgia Crutch field visited Miss Maud Mitchel the first of the week Do not forget preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday and Sunday night by Rev Adams of Lexington Mr N C Preston and wife will move the house vacated by Mr Willie Moberly the first of next week Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel S240 per halt Banks Hudson fef Lancaster lf Pol- icyHolders Insurance attended beginning count rangedFriday Invocation Supt J Discussion CommitteesFriday P daughter Miss Peachfe IntO barrel nonebetter meeting National atfault braked b visitors r l e THE PERCY HALEY LETTER Advertisement The following letter is published by the friends of Senator McCrcary and paid for at regular advertising rates It is a copy of a letter published by Col Noel Gaines in themanUily magazine edited by him at Frankfort entitled The Crusader Tlielcb ter purports to have been written after the adjournment of the Legislature last winter Haly denies that he wrote the letter and says it is a forgery State of Kentucky ADJUTANT GENERALS OFFICE Frankfurt March 21 1900 Judge John M Lassing Burlington Ky Dear Judge Your letter to hand Dontt be alarmed about the State Journalscharges of bribery against the rectlfyers or at Gov Bckhanis hint for an investigation You are right it might embarrass us too and Beck ham So you see outward looks dont count fur much and the Chief knows what he is doing We will get more money by this deal peep the coon try people in line and then well get the rectifiers and others back so as to still have the city organizations safe The temperance bill was worked the same way We all fought thatbill but when we saw one had to pass and that passing the County J with all the big cities exempt will satisfy the liquor people In the cites and the temperance folks in therountry and safely put thewhole matter out of politics which is pretty smooth work for theleaders we just delivered the goods to both sides Iteckham will do now as then and therell be no investigation either With kindest regards I am Very truly your friend PERCY IIALY t I FALL and WINTER I rlillinery Our stock is now all in and readyfor yotr inspection We extend a cordial invi tation to the public to call Mrs Ada Kinnaird I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance rOOOOOOOOC AO o r i I I j t i I IamongtheI I I Unit Bill I I i I I ooooooooooooooooooooo r l r0r Q s 0o01 10E II Yffj liJlflljJJ0Yfffltt fiJjliJffliJfll YliTftfffffJfiJfif r 4iiIf1arwa S orooo440oowooooooooooaoowo o o ooc accu oa oulottoaa i I appropriations i rQsQ Y Q j Attentions M FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence J Cow R Row Of Beauties i There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise I 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 our work as well as our prices We are open Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Easter clothes get old YOUR f I satisfiedwith J every TfiE POx STUDIO EYES Betifu1 Photographs i need the attention of a Scientific cptl cian thorough in his practice and with such methods to determine to locate every defect known to the human eye We have the experience the neces sary Instrment the knowledge and the practice If you need glasses you need them now and YOM need only one kind and that is theright kind We are grad uates of the finest optical schools in thiscountry We fit glasses to every known vision that glasses will rrectGuarantee satisfaction in every case If you have headaches that medicine has failed to relieve come direct to us If you are near or far sighted and un able to see we will relieve you and place you on equality withthose born more fortunate If your children ore cross eyed and have detective vision we can fit them in a satisfactory man net What we are looking for is the critical cases the difflcinet ones that others have failed to fit satisfactory because we have the necessary meth ods to probe deep down into the un seen defects of that organ and adjust the trouble In a satisfactory manner defect of One days drive brings you to our city and gives you ample time to return home and if you are suffering from eye troubles of any kind we will send you home with renewed energies and i complete restoration of your sight and anew lease on life in general In regard to our responsibility and our standing in general We refer the public to Judge Ford of Lancaster or any Physician of Nicholasviile We back up our statements by the testimo nials of propessional men for whom we have done work Onr business was established in Icholasville in 1890 and we have made the spectacle bus ness a leading feature In the vear 1902 we graduated in the profession and today hold a Diploma to that affect We employ one of the finest watch makers this side of Ohio River and carry a complete lime of Diamonds Libbys cut glass fine art goods solid gold Jewelry Sterling and a general line of the finest goods money can buy Your patronage solicited W B Silverware tll U 7 Ky t Will t Y I I1rrtJ rrg frllimfrll8ab f2 ti Nevv Hats fi rwVewill have a line of new style B Hats in a few days that have never liill been shown in Lancaster and have just received newest things INeckwe r and Shirtsm ask you to come see them 11r y1m Shipments Tuesday and Thursday of each week mBHiVWtllLL WEST I Eirl before L in a and and S Please dont forget to bring us your made 1J FALL and WINTER Viillinen Our stock is now arriving and we have The Prettiest Central K We invite every body to call and look at the latest and handsomest Everything UptoDate Its a sinful shame to neglect yourchilds Education Start them out right by giving them a BALDWIN PIANO West Herndon Lancaster Kentucky Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Rhubarb t Fruits c is now ready on application We no agents but sell direct to the planter HrF Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY FARM FOR SALE The farm of the late John M Palmer is offered for Sale and the under signed will take in showing it to any one desiring to purchase same the farm 106 ACRES isin Garrard county Ky near Point Leavell on the Richmond and pike and is in tine state of cultiva attorney L L Walker properly prov J W Knowing ones as the first snow fell on the tenth there will be only ten snows during the winter A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain It Bucklens Arnica Salve is promptly G J Welch of Tekon 8ha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injures and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 25c at B E McRoberts drug store 1m a J1i rtJ IrtJt1It1 IrEJJ r j i I I II I i t 2 i I I I I i I f I creatIOns I IhiscaI 1 GrapeVines Asparagus Small employ cantains Lancaster ell 9 284t Executor applied f I I I I I I- Ioovooooocroooooodcaaooooo oooo- I k- In 8 0 rLs exai 8i a er C 0 D l 1111717l f j Y i saltz say f ice r a b i 1 d Y Gossip About People v x v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Mr Jacob Joseph has returned from Eaton Ohio Judge M D Hughes was in Lexing ton this week Miss Mary Davis is visiting relatives in Richolasville is spending severa days in Louisville Mrs Mary Letcher of Nicholasville is visiting in this city Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mrs Susan Salter is visiting Miss Levy Dunn at Bryantsville Mr Sam Walter of Frankfort has been visiting his parents here Mrs J Fleece Robinson and Mrs B F Herndon were in Danville Friday Miss Marguerite Kinnaird enter tained a few friends the past week Miss Helen Ballou of Stanford has been with Mr II M Ballou and wife Miss Annell Tomlinson is spending month in Lexington with relatives Mr Bright Swinebroad and family have been visiting relatives at Hubble Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden of Bry antsville were visitors here Sunday Mrs Anna Robinson has returned from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick is visiting 1 er daughter Mrs G T Rice of Richmond Mrs J R Mount has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville and GrangeLouis Landram and wile are the week in Louisville witn Mrs A II Rice Mrs Allen and little daughter of Louisville are the guests of Mrs J E RobinsonMisses Kinnaird Martha and Helen Gill are spending the week in Cincinnati Miss Emma Dejarnett of Rich mond is the guest of Mrs J S Jchnson for the week Mr W 0 Rigney and Misses Hudson and Lena Rigney were ors in Louisville this week Post Master W T West and wife were guests of friends in Louisville for a few days Mesdames Horace Herndon and Sauflev Hughes were visitors in the past week Mrs Jl Hamilton and Su ton of Marksbury were shoppers in Danville Saturday Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is the guest of her parents Mr Joe Burnside and wife Mrs C C Brown and daughter Friday from several weeks visit to friends lu Louisville Miss Bruce Pumphrey has returned home from Hamilton Ohioi compan ied by her sister Mrs Taukjrsley and childrenR E W Morrow H K Hern don and J Lewis Gill have been spend ing several days fishing on tne Cum berland River Mrs J E Robinson entertained very charmingly Thursday afternoon from three tuJive in honor of her visitor Mrs of Louisville Miss Fannie Austin has accepted a position as sales lady in the New Gar rard Grocery where she will be glad to wait upon her many friends Messrs J H Kinnaird Jacob Joseph Will West Lewis Herndon and Jim Henry are attending the National meeting Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias at New Orleans this week Mr John W Davis familiarly known as Top Davis left last week for New York City to accept a flattering offer as salesman in a large store Mr Davis was engaged here with the Blue Front and was very popular with the shopping public During his short stay here he was won by the graces EJ rEEJ Mrs J G Bosley n Mrs C Y Lan spending Lizzieb MissSue Allen LJIJEt1I Davidson Danville returned of one of our most charming young ladies Miss Pearl Ashley whom he lead to the altar in marriage Davis will be greatly missed and his rainy friends regret his leaving Divls will j him in a few days A Gullion of New Castle candidate for Superintendant of Instruction was in our city Wednesday He has a strong follow ing and is well qualilied for the pflfce Lancaster friends have received the following invitations Dr Harry C Welch requests the pleasure of your company- at the marriage reception of his sister Maryand Mr Homer Ward Oatson on the evening of Wednesday the Ihirty first of October Nineteen hundred and six at eight oclock The Wayside Nicholas lie Kentucky At Home after November the twentieth Louisville Kentucky PAINT LICK W S Fish is at home this week Born to the wife of Wils Rogers a boyMr Will Mays is suffering with his eyesMr Josh Davis is quiet sick with typhoid fever Bruce Lawson was In our town collecting tax M F Champ is improving his resi dence by adding another room E L striped a car load of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Jack Adams of your City was the guest of Mrs Guy Rice Tuesday- J B Shepherd boughtsome Richmond parties a horse for which he paid 12500Mrs L Salee has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Sallie Ballara of StanfordMrs Moberly who is quiet sick with typhoid fever is some letter at this writing Work has begun on the new church at this place Ceiph Roop of Cartersville was given the contract Miss Etta Wageses who is teaching the public school here is a competent teacher and is much liked by both pupils and parents Chestnuts are plentiful in the Car tersville sectiou and several from this place have had the pleasure of going chestnut hunting R N Beasley tells us he thinks the warehouse will open up about Dec 1st Ths is one of tie best enterprise Paint Lick can boast of as it gives work to numerous persons however Mr O King caid will manage the one owned by A B Estridge and will buy for another firm and it is hoped tobacco will better price as so many lost by trust and the rottage after it was housed Balard Ballard Obelisk Flour B4 75 per barrel 240 per half barrel better Banks Hudson- tf Lancaster T D Chesnut sold a bunch of cattle C A Robinson for 3 cts Mr Joe Tuggle has returned to Va after a pleasant visit to the folk Mark Goins bought a pair of work at Danville court paying for them 300 Clate Marsee sold to Richard work mule for 130 He also sold a for 885 Mr and Mrs Robert Collier of Crab Orchard have been visiting Mr N II Bogie and wife Mr Charles Burdette and wife spent Wednesday with their sister Mrs W Price near Lancaster Rev Sloan of Somerset will preach the Fork Congregation next Sundy morning at eleven oclock Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster has a recent visitor of Miss Annie Perkins and Mrs Ed Perkins Underwood of Boyle county was the pleasant visitor cf Miss Mary Chesnutt last week and wife will go to Lexington this week where they will with relatives for several days Rev Betts of Keene preached two very interesting sermons at the Fork last Sunday Mr Betts is a musician and delighted the with a solo at each service Miss Allie Sutton died at her home near Preachersville Saturdayand was juried in the cemetery there Monday morning at eleven oclock Miss Sutton lived many years of her life In this community and has many friends who heard of her death with sorrow and extend sympathy to the family in their loss About ten weeks ago entered the home of Mr Leonard claiming for its victims one o the family after another until seven are down with the disease As the burden of the work Is resting on the shoulders of thefourteen year old daughter it is to be hoped that who can will minister to the needs of the afflicted family Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the of Coughs and Colds that are so pre valfint 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 cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward oft Consumption Coughs and Colds 50c and LOO Guaranted by R E Mc Roberts drug store Trial bottle tree 1m I Mr- ProfE Pub- lIc Saturday Woods chris- tian bring- a to Norfolk home Moore- a horse A to Miss Mayme Mr N P Cobb be on audience here Pollard member Pneumonia a bit tin C one MAkKSBURY een cultured tvpho malaria everyone plague s Sx3 5 K3 8 S f- I BUSINESS and BARGAINS II v The Lancaster Greenhouse nas a line of tine hulhs for sale Superior Wheat Drills The name tells the true story tf Ilaselden Bros Elkin Bros will give you a good deal on country produce U 28 tf Our number is 21 not 23 92S tf Elkin Bros For fresh and iru ran lead Walker Phone 83 s 2t Dont fail to see the 1 hats just received at Ed C Gaines sells you flowers at the same price the florist would sell you he paying all expenses Call phone 100 tf Call at Miss Lena Brights on Water street Monday and get a dinner fir 25cts For freshest and nicest vegetables in town daily at S A Walker 2t 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 Ilaselden Bros tf We pay cash for Eggs Currey and Herndon 2t We have received a line of stationery at exceptionally low prices Come and let us show our stock tf Frisbies Store Our own make of Extract Vanilla is absolutely the purest and best va nilla you can use goes much further 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 to get Blankes Coffee Best in town Currey and Herndon 2t New of China and Glass ware Currey and Herndon 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 Ilaselden Br6s We are exclusive agents in for Lowneys Fine Box Candy We keep their full and al ways fresh Fnsbies Drugstore tf Call and get or watch which has been repaired and is wait ing 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 3t Physicians prescriptions brouglit store will be filled with the purest andbest drugs the markets afford by a compe tent registered druggist- tf Drug Store Call at the NewGarrard Depot street and get best coun Bacon at 13cts per lb we aisy lax highest market price for produce Frisbies Almond Cream cures chapped hands face and lips make skin soft and white is not greasy Only 15c tf Frisbies Drug 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 line of handsome samples of work Let us order for you and you money tf All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Herndons Prices cheaper than you can order em and save money tf My house and premises situated one from town on new pike consisting of 2i acres of land ana all out buildings If not sold shortly will rent for the year 1907 tf C W Anderson Citizens living in the vacinity of Bryantsville Buckeye Paint Lick and occasion to use designs flowers reverse charge on phone 100 Flowers delivered on short tf I Deal In Farms Write me it you wish to sell I bate a number of buyers and yours suit No to pay till is made Ifyou wish to buy write for my list it shows bargains W T Ewing Real Estate Agency- tf Harrodsburg Farm For Sale I have a No 1 goon farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which I want to sell at once farm is in good stats of cultivation 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 if sold at once Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky Has It Occurred that really beat that are guying Yet coal you for slater clinkers various foreign all weighing sixteen ounces to the Banne Coal is all beat It burns all It is clean hot and makes an eaRl y regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner else can J A Jones J tt ItX full pricefor goods see thing In II hill West Drug Dont fail line 2t Coal Lancaster JY accurate I GrocerY I the sticky- or a save See For Sale mile n sarv Notice and furneral may c mmlssloB T IHs notcoa n mat er supply of new C tenor absol t on country engraved S You uch common an it r Call up the Lancaster Greenhouse and order yonr tine bulbs Old fashined apple butter at Wards Grocery 2t Remember we are the tinners and plumbers years of experience tf Haselden Bros in Lancaster Haselden Bros See Elkin Bros for everything the meat line Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Heating stoves from lf0 up tf Bros A complete fresh stock ufLowneys in all sizo boxes We guar antee it fresh tf Store International Poultry and Stock food in buckets and packages Currey and Herndon 2t 900 bushels yellow full z seed wheat for sale Clean of W E Moss 8 7 tf Phone 184F Lancaster Say We have the latest creations ia lap robes Ilaselden Bros tf Best lard at the Garrard Grocery at 12cts per lb Paint your home with Kurfees paint There is none better tf Ilaselden Bros We want your produce will pa highest prices for same Currey am Herndon 2t A good second hand Organ for salt by J C Robinson tf Save Telephone and Express by or Bering fine cut lowers from Ed Gaines 9 Subject to your approval and on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designes Special tf Couches and Davenports at J C Rob insons tf Carpets and Rugs at J C Charcoal for use in your tobacco barn tf Ilaselden Bros Fish and Oysters at Elkin Bros Friday and Saturday U Gans Guns Guns we have them tf Ilaselden Bros We will pay 21cts s this week The new Garrard Grjucer Co Depot street phone 140 Farm For Rent 1 will rent my farm of 125 acres foi year 1007 possession January 1st dwelling plenty of water anc in good locality Call on A W Kayo iaugh Jennie L Kavanaugh 2t The Ladies of the Baptist Aic Society will give an exchange Nov 28 he day before Thanksgiving later One reversible disc plow 1 doubt ratchet ball bearing tobacco press 4QOd as new Will sell cheap W E Moss phone 184 F Lancaster 7tl 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 Frisbies Drug Store House Wanted I want to rent a small house located in Lancaster for the year 1007 write to Ben F Potts Teatersvilie Ky tf Swartz Bros Austerlitz Ky Hog Cholera Remedy not cured our hogs 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 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 W 0 Dunlap Dwelling known as the Benge on Crab Orchard street Lare dwelling all outbuildings Will rent with or without the Mrs J I Hamilton A Bargain If a pony for your children safe call at Henry Dun barber shoo A good bargain il at once tf Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary American Veterinary Medical Associu tion Kokomo Ind Says Tne herd of 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 We carry a complete stock of all siz es of window glass in single and double strengths an improved process we make a specialty of cut ting of odd or uneven with perfect accuracy Our prices are the lowest Frisbies Drug Storetf We will sell you this week only 3 PkgsSodafor lOc 2 Yankee 25c 3 cakes Lenox Soap lOc 3 cans best corn 2o 25 1 box good rolled oats Ooc 3 cans tomatoes 25c the best coffee loc And take in exchange for same eggs at 20c per dozen W H Ward Danville Business College Organized Sep 1905 and hasprosper ed under patronage and at the suggestion of Danville The course now a of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School BOOKKEEPING Short hand and to the most approved modes and methods For particulars apply to D B Harris Ky 824tf fN 1A See Walker the Grocery man Phone 83 2t 8 andbestill 92S tf I i Jjrisbic rug l r I jam I Robinsontf per for bt I ood I Particulars For Sale I II Cured II For Rent place modern r I youwant Ione cans sold 817 3 Ibs best rice c lIb accord I t r t received oven both Bonbon only Mississippi grassland perfec guaranteed Sr c r Dont buy a Gasoline Engine until you get pricesand our Engine We have the Kentucky Wheat Drill Let us sell you one Let us talk to you about a Cutting Harrow Come and buy an Old Hickory the best on earth Romans Elmore Our line of Druggists Sundriesi- s complete in every detail Hot Vater Bottles all kinds and sizes Fountain Syringes all stylesand sh apes Bulb Syringes Ear Syringes Ice Caps Atomizers Rubber Sponges Bath Towels Bath Brushes Bath Sponges Hair Brushes Cloth Brushes Shoe Brushes Nail Brushes Tooth Brushes Combs Pocket Books Soap Face Powder Talcum Powder and everything to be found in A Complete and liptodate Drug Store FRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prest W C Fist Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I I I I I I 2 s i dam M We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking LEWIS Y President LEAVELL t16ooooo SURPLUS Sooooo M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS W C FISH ICAPITAL DIRBOTons I II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels RIght Side Up Either Way Ingrain AllVool and Union Carpets fresh from tIle 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 Linolium Rugs Druggcts 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 ROBINSON I ANYTHING FURNITURE i r w JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS IO M K B F HUDSON Cashier W Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell JS JOHNSON B J J Walker T M Arnold I J I I5 I OBi y j 1 J F Hudson V Promotes UonCbeerfu- 1nessandRestCOntains neith- rrOp norJinua1 NOT NARCOTIC fUDS4HflIZB1C1 J14SJb Remedy forConslipa Lion Sour Worms Convulsions feverish oess and Loss OF SLEER fac simile Signature of NEW YORK AMgcab1ePrcparationforAssimilating ICTCOPTDFWRAPPEBoJ U THE Laundry Question Say brother this is the point Did you ever stop and think that laundry dont cost you any more than inferior work The MNLAUNDRY 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 We close the basket at noon Tuesday and deliver it Fflday 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 Farm For Sale 264 ACRES OF LAND Will sell privately 264 acres of fine farming land situated 1 mile from Lan caster 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 outbuild ings 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 9 2ltf W B Moss Admr COUGHAND CURE THE LUNCS ood demand KILL THE KingsNew cOUGHS and OLDS ONSUMPTION Met Fret Trial SOc SIOO Sureet and Quickest Cure for all LBS or MONEY BACK Farm For Sale decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4 miles North of Lancaster on Poor Ridge 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 are The farm has plenty of water is well fenced and on a good Another tract of land containing 6i acres joining this farm bought at a very reasonable price NancyJ Brown 1m and LUNG provided TBROLT TBQUB For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature For Over Thirty Years I of In Use CASTORIA THE CENTAUII COMPANY NCW YORK CITY CATRIA U Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Whites C C Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor that is not beyond the reach No medicine can do more WAS UP TO DIE Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St writes For over five I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which me pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run and a year ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians did me no good and I was given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the bottle gave me great relief and after taking second bottle I waa entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AID LM SOLD AND RECOMMENDED IT For sale by C C T E Stormes Crab Orchard Concencrated Water FOLEYSI KIDNEYCURE BLADDERDISEASE ofmedicine lIVEN who L In rears mud I illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlIllIllIlllIllIllIlIIllIllI I FOR SALE 1 I 200 BLUE GRASS IP4 SI write w Elm re e e CLI eHARRODSBUXG KENTUCKY C SISSSOOSO for list or call on a 2 1iftsIISSSUUSIISSNSSSsSSUSSSSUUUSSSIUUUUSINI4sSSSISUSP W Y o THAT THE SOUTHERN METHODISTS Sentiment Strono Among Them for Union with Methodists of the North Church union is in air It would be impossible to refer to all the sug gestions and propositions made at the various church gatherings this year on behalf of the denominational com binations Notable among all these appeals for unity was the address at the general conference of the Episcopal church south which came to an end at Birmingham Ala recently This appeal was made by the vice president of the United States in his capacity as fraternal del egate from the northern Methodists Among his words we select these- I cannot refrain from expressing and emphasizing the hope which those who have preceded me in this broth erly mission have no doubt ventured to express that the two great branches of Methodism in America may be consolidated into one mights church not in sentiment and in pur pose alone but in organization as well I do not know how long the followers of John Wesley will dwell apart in the United States I have faith to believe that the which still divide us are less formidable with the lapse of time and that they will ultimately yield and a union will be established between the MethodistEpiscopal church south thereby creating one of the greatest instruments for good in the entire Christian world May wo not hope tp see a united church freely transferring its ministers the north and the south as well as between the cast and the west Such interchange between the various portions of our coun try will serve mightily to advance a wholesome national purpose Mr Fairbanks hope was emphasized by his fellow delegate from the north Dr Matthew The conference how ever did more than listen it received with great enthusiasm the report of its committee on federation The com mittee acted on the proposition of the interchurch conference on federation held last winter in New York for the establishment of a federal council of denominations in America The aproved the plan and recom mended the election of the requisite number to represent the church in the council CHINESE IN SOUTH AFRICA T2 Hordes at Work in Mines Afford Great Opportunity to Missionaries Bishop Hartwell of the Methodist Episcopal church who has just from Africa to the United States says that there are now about 50000 Chinese laborers in the gold mines at Johannesburg The number will soon reach 75000 and probably in the near future 100000 He adds Under the immigration laws which return the laborers to their homes at the end of three years unless they to remain another term the ebb and flow of the Chinese tide to and from the Transvaal will mean much to the laborers and to China itself The already enormous demand for labor in the Transvaal is sure to increase far beyond the supply of native African labor and the employment of white laborers as superintendents in these mines to any large extent seems im practicable There are now about 100000 native laborers in the mines I recently visited Johannesburg and studied the conditions of these laborers They are well housed and fed and cared for when sick and they are learning their work Surely exclaims the Record of Christian Work this is a great opportunity to give these men the Gospel and to send them back to their own land not with the white mans vices but with Christ in their hearts that they may become evangelists to their fellow countrymen Can Repeat the Bible William Frederick Jr a traveling salesman for a flour milling company in Duluth Minn claims to have com mitted to memory the entire Bible and that he can repeat any passage from Genesis to Revelations He the Bible the finest of all books always carries a portion of the Old or in his pocket and for 18 years has devoted all of his leisure time to committing it to When he is wafting for a while he is traveling on the cars or during his leisure hours at a hotel while other drummers are billiards or gossiping Mr is studying his Bible and that has been his habit ever since Why Didnt You Come Before A Nebraska missionary called on the parents of two boys who are their sentence in the penitentiary for stealing cattle They said We have tried to bring up our children the best we know how but this Is the result of their association evil companions We were church members in Ohio and went to church and Sunday school every Sunday hut that was 18 years ago Why did you not come before Now it is too late f we had had church and Sunday school probably our boys would not have been where they are The Central Recorda- nd the WklyGourierJournal both one year for only I the Methodist barriers grow- Ing between report returned desire Chinese considers memory customer play- Ing Frederick boyhood serving with fJ CP I New Testament Caught Pop Yes my son Did you ever flirt before you were Tiiarried Why yes my boy And were you caught at it Yes my boy Who caught you pop Your True Politeness Mr Staylate Yas I hate simpleminded country people that show everything they feel Miss Westend It is a mere matter of training One of the first things I was taught was the art of interested when bored half to death N Y Weekly For Number Two sister was telling me that old young widow is in mourning What does that mean Browne l think It means that she has modified her mourning just enough to let the men know shes ready for the second Philadelphia Press To Be Encouraged Do you think young people should ba encouraged in literary effort Yes answered Miss Cayenne I would rather have people write their im pressions of things in general than in sist on telling them to me Washing ton Star A Preference in Spelling am rather in favor of the Eng lish than the American mode of spell ing indeed Take parlour for instance Having you in it makes all the difference in the world TitBits A Change of Plan Ive about decided not to buy that new suit of clothes Why not dont like em Yes but the landlady at our house has presented an ultimatum Houston Post His Occasional Effort Giles There goes the laziest chap I ever encountered yet he occasion ally works with a will Miles Hows that Giles Hes a lawyer Chicago Daily News The Trouble Why you ought to be able to buy it He says hell sell for a mere song Yes thats all right but as soon as you start to give him a song he tells you your notes are not high enough Philadelphia Press Without Experience I notice that it is the single men who are the most anxious to go to much They dont know what war Is TitBits Lost Em All Bill You look as if you had lost all your friends I have borrowed money from everybody I know Yonkers Statesman 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 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 Stomach Liver and right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m Most family skeletonsrefuse to stay in the closet Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy in continuing to give Chamberlains Cough 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 druggist of Lancaster 1m A business man should neither doze nor bulldoze Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all pois onous germs from the system and in fuse new life and vigor cure sore stomach nausia headache dizziness and colic without griping or discom fort 25c Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Some lies can be stretched farther than the truth ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of Alfred A Pendle ton deceased I will on SATURDAY OCTOBER 06 sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises about 6 miles North of near the Poor Ridge road beginning promptly at ten cattle fat hogs 7 sows and pigs 7 sboats a bout 100 barrels of corn about acres of corn in the field 190 bushels of wheat 4 stacks of 1 stack of oats farming Implements household and kitchen furniture and a gr aft many other articles too numerous to mention Terms of sale All over 6 months time note with approved security will be required against the said Alfred A Pendleton will pre sent them properly proven to me or to Bay attorney Tomlinson with HENRIETTA PENDLETON Admr of Alfred Pendletoo October 16 1906 v U motherYonkers Statesman those appearing TowneMy second HeI SheYesHeYes warHe marriedYes JillWell KId- neys drugstore Remedyto injurious propertyTwo 10 amountS lion In tbe next 90 nays a 1 Roileys you he and 4 4 4 Turnpike i D HUGHES G B SWINEBUOAD HUGHES S LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates the fact that it is the safest and best investment since money yields a low rate of You can buy from us as low as from the owner as lie pays us our based 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 50000 00 is be ing 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 The following will be shown by us at low prices N interest commission collie WINEBR OA IJ 8 No 8 Building lots In Lancaster suit you in location and price Ko 9 Large and commodious brick bust lies house cud dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X50 feet well finished rooms 2 italIc and 2 veraudars good cistern and well on the premises 1J acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the lions The building on this property cost what we ask for It Price 500000 No 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten aye nue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street lu Lancaster A de slruble home In sight ot the Graded school and In one of the best residence sections of the City Price 2COOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 Jc 12 above for farm property No 16 74 H acres f as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm la in a high state of cultiva This farm is 1 J miles from pike same distance from Bryaiitsvillc a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer it a fine investment 03 CO per acre No 17 2S7li tobacco laud 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 bum 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house lee house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 j miles from Churches school stores This property is right on pike and is well improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Term easy payments No 21 A farm of 1KO acres lu Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never failing water farme house 7 rooms large stjok barn and barns tenant house 6 miles from 7000 per acre No 29 C7 acres ol well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well at house All la cultivation Good fruit 7500 per acre No 31 IsB acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Bryautsville per acre on easy terms No 33 71 acres 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 KG 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster In high state of cnftfvatlon one of the best frame houses In Garrard Ccunty hemp and tobacco land wellfeuced and In abundance Ask us about this one an for price No 352 69 acres of land on pike adjoin ing No 35 above S 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 INDICES IONS RECORD Cnn f IIcresof line hell1pllud c 2 tobacco Lancaster water 4 t I ion 0 3 I C i5O Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause It is heartfailure in its ghastly harvest read in the of healthy and even robust men after enjoying a hearty meal their many cases a physician could be called in This should be a to who of vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of August Flower or after their would not have fallen a to such sudden seizures August Flower indigestion by digestion It regulates the liver and tones up the entire system in a natural way T fTwo 250 750 For sale by R B McRofeert Come ann See OUR PALL GOODS are now ready for your in spection These goods are all fresh and new and our prices are right McCREARY KY ybebest I can prnserThe for digestion madam is Greens August Flower prescribebeat- ing pap apparently with acute indigestion suffer with regular or periodical attacks before XT s d c its You I FORBE SLACKEY with two residences Look at this and ask for priceOther property for sale anti exchange List your property with us we would like to show you our contract NoD ICO acres of first classland pike C miles from Lancaster mile front rail road 6 room frame house S acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever never falling stock water 60 acre cm be put in wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco itnJ hemp land per Icre No 41 miles from Lancaster on good county road mile from pike 1 mile and other out buildings 25 acres in licmp con 20 acres wheat stubble balance iu grass good orchard No waste land and all in state ol cultivatfon Price sSfc OU per acre miH otto fourth from pike good 3 room cottage large ew barn 60x35 feet plenty of fruit of all kinds 5 acres in tobacco lucres grassbalance in corn This is a nice little country horn and well worth what is asked f125000 No 1C i5fi4 acres of as good land ns is in Garrard County house and good hart and outbuildings watered gOld orchard all tobacco and hemp laud Ask about this one for further description and for price No47 115 acres of land in Garrard County 4 miles from Laucaster withiuoncfourth nile of Lexington pike splendid road to house new house with good cellar hun other outbuildings well watered 40 acres wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hump Balance in grass fencf ng good 70 00 per acre No 4H 5 acres of laud right on the pike miles from Lancaster will lie sold worth the money See for further description and price No 4i IS acres land 4 miles from town on the pike good Improvements cottage house of 4 rooms land all in grass This will suit you See us fo r further description Price No 50 5 acres 2 miles near the pike brick residence land lies well and is all In grass full description on application Price 0 per acre No 51 Sit acres of as good land as in Gar rard County in sight of Court house adjoins 2- pikes well improved 400 acres in grass barn room for lu acres of tobacco 2 large barus well watered 15i rods new wire fencing good n new pair stock scales nil necessary out build ings We can show yon the figures as to what this farm has produced ius na Investment for ihe last 5 years Can sell nil or a portion of this farm See ns for price No 52 1SI acres 5 miles from Lancaster 125 acres in grassas good or better than any oth er farm See us for price and dcsceiption No f3 170 acres of rich hemp anti tobacco Innd on pike well Improved stew house 7 miles from Lancaster good neighborhood 7000 rer acre No 2JI acres in onehalf utile of town splendid laud Will be gold all together or separated at bargain to divide the estate Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAICD UIKCUIT COUUT James East Plaintiff- vs Curt East Defendant By virtue of a of the Gar card Circuit Court rendered at its August term 100G in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY OCTOBER 22 100G it being county court day at the door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest in Garrard CountyKentucky- and bounded as Beginning at a stake and mulberry corner to Freeman thence his line S 08 W 18 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 231 W 3144 poles to a point in or near the West edge of a 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 East at36 24 poles to a stake and fence post on the east side of pike to Owen East and Joseph Simpson N 21 E 41 poles crossing pike to stake corner to same N 40 E 3360 poles to a popular stump on the north of a branch corner to same S 61 E i poles to a stake line to same N 711 E 840 poles to a toFreeman35 W passing a stone on old corner at111 poles in all 8745 poles to the begin ning containing 31 acres and 26 poles less 3 acres and 13 poles sold by Allen East to Owen East TERMS to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed 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 issue not at maturity Alien will also be upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court B H Tomlison Atty for Puff This October 4th 1906 SURE SAFE S SPEEDY IkMCffin 9yutmm rf Minn wft Brftfc 3 MYS RHEUMATISM 1131014 by P P FIIS1II Draggist I 1 I acre from school new fninne cottoe of Grooms ti III cistern neer flllllnl stock seater large high JU acres on county road milo room well 6 room tlJwoo II courthouse and best bidder the following culvertS corner 555 C l b s on good 50C iS 3 hart tie U tea property fixr ROTH WELL 0 LlWatUNA UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS The Publishers oC Websters International Dictionary iii fuctthe IMIJIU lur thoroughly wseliwl iue ile ail enriched ii every with the ft adapting it to meet tho larder nnil sevcicr of uuother getters Vo Ire of tho that allwstion most clearly accurately describes worlc na3 host a l nisd tho result that bii Ivcurercliel ThoJietiimurr us it sinus etnwl Ks lioroupJily cveryWu a corn ml in every yart Uy ape l to neat tic larger ml severer of a which dfniancia atone of i iilar rihihiloirieal knowledge than eujratiou that the world husever contained It is needless to add that ire infer to tho dictionary in our judicial work iw of the in accuracy of dellnl thin and that in the will the source of constant reference CHARLES C KOTT Chief Juntire lAVCKfSCF iraDCW DAVIS 6TASTOV JrEETIn- ciMiitrs v ituwitrJnJge The obnre refers to WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thcliipliect award ITS given to the Interna tional at the Worlds Fair St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST tTt3 1s Sustained allcro that it IIi i t1 tIOI1 till I I h Il nil futllroU3 past It uu PisI c98 e hurt purpose nut tin lao tn elite in Josh rOIl Interctteilinmir flieeiincii wjeg sent free CO PUBLISHERS SPRINGFIELD MASS G rc C MERRIAM trill lie Trains Leave Lancaster IwmsTrRsotnoaY in effect x io6 I Time 1McIt ROUND For Richmond Winchester Lexlng- No10 I ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia 514 AM na Paris Carlisle Coy Cincinnati etc- i For Winchester Paris Maysvillo No30 Cynthiiiim Lexington Frankfort 211 P M I Shelbyvllle and Louisville SOUTH ItOUND For Jellico Crab Orchard Mt Xo25 Livingston London Cor W AM bin etc Only carries passengrs for points SoiithUowIaud- NoZ For Stanford Junction City Leba lj3pM non Louisville Etc Noi l For Stanford and way stations8 r fi r M Trains run daily except Sunday Above It Train No 10 makes direct connection at Win chester 717 A M with C 0 fur all pointwest to Louisville and at 8iV A M allpoints east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct connection at Win chester 4 M with J t 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No J5 makes direct connection at Row land 12S0 P M for nil points south to Norton Va anti Knoxville Train makes direct connection at Row land 213 P M for all points north to Louis ville Fore the same via either Winchester or Row land to Louisville Order For ELECTION BOND ISSUE Order4thBond election to repair Court House called The question bum under the con sideratiou of the Fiscal Court concern Ing the condition of the Garrard County Court House the vaults of the same containing the Public llacorls the of the dillerent Court Rooms and the various ollice rooms in the Court House and the question be iim before the Court on motion and the same being submitted to the CourtS for vote it is the opinion of the Court that the saio Court House and the various named apartments need re pairing and in many respects remodel tug is the of the Court that the sum of 81000000 should be ap propiated for the purpose of said work as herein after set out and the said Fiscal Court hereby suggest is that the sum of 81000000 be appropriated for the purpose of remocl of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the Cupalo if to be for remodel ing and repairing the Circuit Court Room and repairing and overhauling the Court for the purpose of making it neat and comfor table and to put in the same a system of and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same It is tnerefore ordered and adjudged by the Fiscal cjurt of Ky that at the regular election to be held in Garrard county on the 6th day which oil legal voters in said county shall be privileged to vote on the ques lion Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the purpose of remodeling the court of Gar rard county for a sum not exceeding 81000000 It is further thatsaid election be held and polls be open ed at all the voting precintcs in Gar rard county and the Sheriff of Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof for at least thirty days next be gest circulation in said County antI than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County and also at the Court House door Tile clerk of this court i s ordered t o certified copy of this order to said sheriff it is further that if the vote hereby 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 Statutes and the other Statute relating to this issue bonds in any sum not exceed Garrard County and to be issued upon payment of interest and sale of as the court in its discretion may deem best but the bonds are not to be sold for Interest per annum from date untilpaid A D Ford I JADoty clerk of theGarrardCounty certify is a true copy as appears on record in my office in order Book 33 page 128 This Sept 7 1906 J A Ditty Clerk G C a CInan Election will be held as therein directed C A Arnold Sept 25 1906 Garrard County Ky ingtolt U boro I t stations I Nol on IGarrard County FisealCourt I and It anddoes thetwo beheldandrepairlng itbeingprIntedhand furnish- a ordered ordered subject repairIngsaid terms ai to time of payment and InterestuntIlWednesday Court do NORTh Vitro sin Sa t ee y- S