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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 19C6 1TU31BEE30 f J11 CENTRAL RECORDf BEYENrB NH rEAB i t 4 THEr We cordially invite you to call and inspect Largest Handsomest line of FallS Winter Dress Goods ever shown in Central Kentucky We have a superb line of Hosiery and Underwear We call special attention to the celebrated Crosett Shoe for Ladies Joseph Mercantile COMPANY the OUR Fall and Winter Stock is now complete in every department We can show you the largest and best selected lines of Clothing Shoos Hats Furnishing Goods ever displayed in Lancaster We buy all our goods direct from the manufactures We bought our goods very early before the heavy advance in prices therefore we can save you money A look will convince you that you can buy of us Better Shoes Better ClothingBetter and Better Furnishing Goods at less price than any house in Lancaster LoanH T 0 r 5i e- w 4 txtt- I r The Father ot Temperance in Kentucky Writes a Letter to the Head of the AntiSaloon League The Clovenfoot Revealed Advertisement Lancaster Oct 1 Special Former Senator George T Farris one of the pioneers in temperance legisla tion in Kentucky who has been iden titled with the movement for years has written an open letter to the Rev M B Adams president of the Anti Saloon League iii answer to his letter to the Democratic candidates for State offices Senator Farris letter is directly ad dressed to the Rev M B Adams and reads as follows Mr Dear Sir My attention having been called to your public letter dressed to the temperance people of Kentucky 1 beg as one of them to sub mit the following It cannot be denied that I have the right to speak as one of the temper ance people this right being acquired by many years hard labor and inces sant effort Many years ago before either you or your recent recruit Gov Beckham had thought of enlisting with the temperance hosts I began my tight for the cause I consented to a Police Judge of East Bernstadt Laurel county at the cost of my own material welfare and convenience in order to fight the liquor tratlic I then carried the war into the Kentucky Leg islature and had enacted a law clothing Police Judges and Magistrates with the power to summarily summon and examine witnesses in these matters this power belonging only to grand juries This law also allows private I citizens to appear as prosecutors Be lieving I could accomplish more as a prosecutor tkan a Judge I resigned the oflice and after hard struggles succeeed ed in running blind tigers and whisky out of the town You must remember that this was at a time when the people of the mountains were different from what they are now I was threatened abused and otherwise mistreated by the desperate characters who then portions of our mountains Af ter ward as Senator from the Eighteen Senatorial district I became the author and champion of the County Unit Bill In 1902 and 1904 I introduced the Against political and per sonal friends I incessant war and had I the assistance of the Governor the County Unit Bill would have passed When the present measure was up I left business and family and was among the foremost of temperance workers I fouglit a good fight and my efforts were not in vain Of my work for I need not speak further My labors are public and can easily be ascertained I have not thought it neccessary to exploit what I have done for righteous ness and temperance for any reason personal to my self Nor do I of hardships or sacrifices nor do pose as a martyr to the cause What have done was for Gods sake and He will guide the results I have referred to my connection with the temperance cause only for the purpose of showing my right to speak as one of the people You seem tocompliin of your expenditures and labore in the cause Do you believe that if you suffered as you say it is known to God and from him alone must come your reward Are you in the business remuneration or for the love of God humanity and country Coming now to the matter in hand I must say that I am surprised that you seek to mike our cause a political issue in the senatorial race Why not make an issue in the Governors race The Governor of the State has geat power for good or evil a Senator none At least one of the candidates for Gover nor is a wellknown temperance advo cate I have not known of any appeal of yours made to temperance people tot votes for this candidate Are you not actuated a little fancied grlev ance against Senator McCreary Do you remember in the troublous times fol lowing Gov Goebels death how you abused the Democrats and how when prayers were needed and divine guid ance sorely wanted you as a servant of the lowly Nazarene refused to voke the guidance of God Do you remember how you refused to pray for the Legislature because they espoused Goebels cause I have often wondered Christ would have done had He been in Frankfort and been asked to seek his Partners guidance for that body of men Was not Gov Beckham the presiding officer of the Senate in this Legislature until his elevation to the Governorship Yet you refuse to pray for him What has he done since that he should be heralded as a great apostle of temperance and Is not your espousal of Gov Beckhams cause due less to the fact that he is worthy than it is to the fact that Gov McCreary was the leader of Democratic forces in 1900 and thus espoused the cause of the man whom you hated Goebel Have you ever liked Senator McCreary since the day he bared his breast to glittering steel and headed the forces battling for what they deemed their rights Have you everlik ed hiin since that day when calling the dismayed hosts the as Busing ballet he give them advice and I t t I r I I r II tl I f I become tl tl I I II I I I wage I r temp rance complain I I temperance have for it bysome righteousness Goy Democratic 0 1S a lot ads infested measures then had ins what the s poke words of encouragement ami hiis saved the State from greater dis and more bloodshed D you as a Democrat as a friend to Democratic principles If so have you my brother the password you advise as a president of the Anti Saloon League Let us contrast the records of both men In 1898 Gov Beckham was speaker of the House A County Unit Bill was introduced What became of it Do you not remember the scything denun elation made by your predecessor Dr Kerfoot against the Speaker for his opposition to this bill Do you want the denunciation republished Dr Kerfoot says he was against the in 1898 Do you deny it In 1002 and 1904 1 know so do you that Gov Beckham did nothing whatever assisting the passage of the tern perance measures but rather hindered their presage In 1900 do you not know that at no time did he assist in presented but opposed it until the first four class cities were exempted thus giving a measure of doubtful and oj still more doubtful usefulness At no time was lie willing to support the bill as its friends had drawn it It may be said that he saw he could not get such a bill through but to those who know the power wielded by him over time last Legisla ture such a statement will have but little weight As a matter of fact Gov Beckham only agreed to the bill after I had told him that his assistance would be a leverage in his hands he might defeat one of my best friends Do you not remember telling me that talk had had the desired effect with the Governor What talk Why the talk of the leverage of course Gov Beckham posing as the apostle of temperance not he is in favor of it but because of the leverage Refer me to a single message of the Governor In which he advised the passage of a local option measureYou of the Governor as being in all things temperate and sober Do not know that he has not always teen so Do you out know that his past until at least very recently if at all has not been a guarantee of his future Do you not know that in the past he has not led a life that could in sprite much pipe in the breasts of the temperance people Since when has this greatchange been wrought As the primary draws near Over six years ago he became Governor and not until this primary drew near did he think it proper to force the Sunday law It took him six years to find that it was his duty to enforce the laws it hours after Novem berG for lie is to forget it McCreary asked Gov Beckham some time ago the question if he Beckham had not re ceived financial aid from the liquor in his past races To this good day no answer has been made public If Gov Beckham was their friend and ally a short time ago and if he received help from them will he not return to nis first love at any time his political exigencies may demand Is not Gods Sabbath as holy in and Newport as in Louisville The lid is not on in either place What surety we that this sudden change of front is real and lasting In 1873 Senator McCreary was Speak er of the House In that year a local option law was first enacted Mc Creary was one of the foremost cham plops Since that time his whole and private life has bean for righteousness and temperance In all his acts he has shown that he can be counted on the right side Whether as a private citizen whether as a Leg islator Governor Congressman as a husband as a lawyer as a race Perhaps measure toward CountyUnit constitutionality you will only take six artist as interests Covln ton lave public Senator fearful advise whereby today because Senator Un tile Street member of Umtquaint old Prrsbjterbii church at Richmond h has eve hown how he stands lie has eves displayed those characteristic which make assurance doubly sure that in the future as in the past he will be true to his God his and true to himself and his early Senator McCreary has again and again denied that he has ever now or at any time received aid from the liquor interests and surely no one will doubt the Surely not many will bid him pay when he asks for an indorsement of his course An indorsement for a second term not based on any sudden charge of front but on a whole life of sobriety and duty An indorsement of a well spent life tilled with memo ries of duty well done toward his God and his country Let the voters take the record of both men which can be easily obtained and decide from that which of the two promise of keeping the faith You no doubt remember the story of the Apostle Paul as so beautifully told in Holy Writ how after lighting the churches in Judea and on his way to Damascus to continue his persecu flans he saw a great light and how God in his infinite mercy called him to a nobler life You WIll also remeni her thad God did not see lit to im mediately put Paul into service but sent to study for three years where undisturbed he might ponder well upon the mighty change that was to take place if Gov Beckham is changed en if he is sincere in his new role let him have time to prune give evi dence of the faith that is in him It anomalous that the temperance peo pie should bQ asked to cast their vote against the man who by example and precept has been their consistent friends that I feel constrained tospeak especially is this strange in view of the fact that never before have they withheld their indorsement of any of his predecessors asking for a second term notwithstanding some of them have not been as firm In their stand for temperance as has Senator Me Creary Yours etc GEO T FARRIS Lancaster Ky Sept 25 19oO Wanted boy between of 18 and 20 Good salary and fine for right boy Bastiii Telephone Co tf A gold coral set baby pin Returnto Mrs C C Brown and receive reward 2t 54 Extra nice feeding cattle for Salt T Yates Danville or Marccllus Ky For Sale sow and six pigs that welch about albs F M Tinder To TaxPayers Your taxes are clue so please call and settle as the penalty will be added Nov 1 C A Sheriff GarrardCo 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 Ladies small initial shirt waist pin M Lost on PublicSqiiurc Lexington New Laundry Firm The undersigned have purchased the agency of the Danvile Steam Laun dry from James Smith and they will receive your Laundry at the Gaines Hotel any day and return it the next day Superior workmanship and quick service Your patronage solic W It Gdines J L Walter training statement gives more him aid Lost yearold Lost return ted s is- o afire We will give a public dem onstration of this great heater Resolutions of Respect Whereas Grd in whdoin ms seen proper to call home our belov ed sister Nellie T Arnsplger one who by her exemplary Christian had endeared herself to the hearts of all who knew her Therefore be it 1 Resolved by the Lancaster W C T U that the temperance cause has in sister Arnspigcrs death a loss that is almost Incalculable 2 That the cheerfulness and faith fulness with which she discharged her duty as an ollicef was a source of in spiration to all other woikers in the cause 3 That we extend to her bereaved husband and sons our heartfelt sympa thy in their sorrow and with them we deeply mourn our great loss 4 That we rejoice in our beloved sisters immaculate life and triumph ant death She hath wrought a good cork Committee Mrs Fanny Farra Mrs John Magee Miss Amanda uder son J A Beazley Undetaker Ills lrti13te character sustained irteriiii 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 111 L DAVIDSON Attorney At law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as H candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed lion G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demos cratic party I R G s 31CH1S FARIS Dentist Office over store Danville st i f rn Wmllerndon Icu D llerudou Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky once over Stormes drug store Farm For Sale Having decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4 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 crops at a reasonable figure Possession will be given at once crops are sold The farm has plenty of water is well fenced and on a good turnpike Another tract of land containing G acres joining this farm ould be bought very reasonable price Nancy Brown 1m I I L Jn at a l r t W provided OctSatuilay 27 The 20th Century Laurel Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or Soot ALL SOFT COAL OBJECTIONS OVERCOME jS Clean FuelSaving Handsome and Everlasting HEATS THE FLOOR 9 lBums I EveryFire Five Years Guaranteedfor IOooiIoloLol Sttowg how the Coal Baas fro fie HASELDEN BROTHERSI 4 frxA rn W Y J IW1f1W SmEIRecleaned Wheat Rye Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass Sr I I COAL1 We can supply you with the best grades at the lowest prices I BALLARD and BALLARDS 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 fifj njrJE iiara New HatsWe will have a line of new style Hats in a few days that have never been shown in Lancaster before and have just received newest things in Neckwear and Shirts and ask you to come and see them Please dont forget to bring us your Shipments made Tuesday and Thursday of each week HEIWPHILL WEST FALL and WINTER flillinery Our stock is now all in and readyfor your inspection We extend a cordial invi to the public to call Mrs Ada Kinnaird I I JW IIWI rwrMwWIwr r r I m mJ m m LAUNDRYm m I I I I I I I B S I Station 1 lib CB d 444 4444444 44444444444 o 444444 444444444444 4 44444 Q u 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 spring rains And the best paint to use is I McRoberts Drug StoreI soccr INa Of Lancaster Capital 50000SIIIS 10000 A R DENNY J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J Saml D Cochran Alex B DennyA C Bobln John E Stormes- S CDenny 0 THE Bank President THE It is made to cover well look well and wear well It alwaysdoes 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 SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINT WE WILL Keep Your Safebuoy Ie Solicit YourI Baa es= CENTRAL lighted Weekly One Dolfar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poet Office in Lancaster Air SeeondCtait Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League I Lancaster Ky October 26 1906 I Ed Waltt n the clever editor of the Stanford Journal prints the following adding Heres what weve been telling jm all time In a Chicago court in her breach of promise case tbe plaintiff tes titled that few single men know tow kiss I should have known Mr Dool ing was married by the way he kissed me Married men know how to kiss better than single men Their kisses are longer and heartfelt Poor old Kentucky is just now suffer ing from an epidemic of politics We scarcely get through with one election until there is another burdening the people We wish there was only one election in ten years The Eighth District Press League will meet in Nlcholasville Saturday the 3rd This organization is proving- of inestimable value to the members and in many ways Northern dentists have formed a union They doubtless will have a strong pull insuring a howling success The scent of the mothball tells of the donning of lastwinters flannel PUNT LICK I Mr Alfred Champ is at home Little Lena Estridge is quite sick with chills Mi Elmore of your city is in our town this week moved to the farm of William Gilispie Miss Mary Engleman Is at Stanford the guest of Mrs Frank Rout Born to the wife of Dr G W Casen burgh on the 20th a girl Mary Eliz abeth The Ladies Aid Society realized about 830 from their supper Wednes day night Mrs Pattie Engleman attended the burial ol Mr Sam Engleman at Hub ble car loads of hogs and cattle were shipped from thisplace Saturday by E L Woods Mrs Ben Slavin and daughter Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville are with Mrs Elizabeth Shumate Mrs Bob Slater and Miss Eliza Yakey of Indfana are at the bedside of their sister Mrs Elizabeth Shumate- A policeman is much needed at this place It is with reluctance we call the attention of the public to this fact but for some time some parties have been doing considerable swearing on our streets This is very unbecoming to any one and we hope it will not occur again nor do we believe it is people of our immediate vicinity One of the most enjoyable events of tbe autumn gaities was a picnic given by Mr and Mrs Givens Terrill last Thursday at their beautiful country home near Paint Lick thirty a most elegant lunch was served by the charming hostess which was boun tifully taken of by the following guests Mr and Mrs J Wade Walker Mr W S Walker and wife Mrs B M Lear Misses Estill Margaret Walker Alma Lear and Master W S Walker I STONE I J M Sanders visited at Stone Satur day and Sunday Thompson the little son of C S San ders is very sick Mrs Forest Curtis visited Mrs L M Crutchfield last week Miss Edna Scott visited Miss Maud Mitchell Thursday night Mr and Mrs Brack Frow visited at Mr Newt last week Several of the Mt Hebron people meeting at this place Miss Lyda Banev has been a visitor at her Aunt Mrs U G Preston Heram Bay and wife were visitors to Mrs George Andersons Thursday Bro Adams preached two very inter estingsermons at this place Sunday Mis Cora Sanders and baby visited her mother at Paint Lick first of the weekMr and Mrs Aim Manford attended the nnernal cf her mother Mrs Ellen Littrell Mrs Malinda Preston of Jessamine is spending a few days with her daugli ter Mary Preston Misses Patty Walker Mollie Brod dus and Beatric Bay were the pleasant guests of the Misses Sanders Sunday Mrs Ellen Littrell died at her home near here Wednesday afternoon she has been a suffer for several years but she bore her patiently She was a Scotts Fork church She leaves ajbusband and four children to mourn her loss Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all palonous germs from the system and new life and vigor cure sore stomach nansia headache dizziness and colic without griping or discom fort 25c by B E Me Roberts druggist 1m I i I and I I I I I to i MrJerry Broadus has Sunday- S veral At one Jr III attended suffering I wt4c R FORD more Grogs member of Infuse Guaranteed y r Danville Ky Never since we have been in business have we shown such a handsome line of Tailored Suits as we now have on sale In the last few days we have received a great many shipments from our recent purchases in New York These are entirely new and in exclusive styles They are all of the very highest grade of mantailoring and made of the finest Chiffon Broadcloths These exclusive suits range in price from 30 to 50 The predominating colors are Black Browns Myrtle Greens Reds and Navy We also show a very strong line of medium priced but finely tailored suits from 16 to 28 in all the desirable colors We are specially strong on suits for Misses at medium prices About 25 sample suits in sizes 34 and 36 at regular wholesale prices Wraps It will repay you to see our new line of Fancy Cloaks at 8 to 15 and our fine blackand colored Coats from 12 to 35 Fine line of Raincoats from 7 to 25 in black and colors Petticoats We have already had this season over 100 of our 5 Silk Petticoats They must be good Kid Gloves There will not to go around so we advise you to make your purchase now We have had an im mense stock but they will soon be exhausted at the rate of selling Knit Underwear Our stock of Ladies and Childrens Vests Pants and Union Suits is now complete and all at last years low prices Our 500 lines are unusual values Knit skirts in Red Navy Black Pink Blue Grey and White at sects Same in pure wool skirts at i Peerless Hosier We call your special attention to our Ladies 25C Peerless Hose in both heavy and medium weight also our 3 pair for a dollar quality In boys and girls hose we make special mention of our I5c and 25C numbers either medium or heavy Compare these with any you ever had and Comforts Pure Wool bothways blankets in 1 1 and 12 at 5 to 8 pair Cotton blankets from i to 250 pair The celebrated Maish Laminated Cotton Comforts at 2 and 250 Watch for trade mark on each comfort Dress Goods Plaids seem to be in greatest demand and the scar cest is in dress goods so we call your attention to our line at 500 to 150 Plaids of all kinds suitable for waists Suits and separate If you have any children to dress be sure to see our Sac wool plaids Danville Ky PO IJ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I broadcloth I I Sill I Bong beenough I Blanlets i t ri 10 t 0 4 w r ra arvv specially present skirts V fltf a s 7 i Hill brothers are receiving new goods and selling them cheap Several from our town attended County court at Lancaster Monday Xr and Mrs Charley Hunus spent week with Mr Henry lianas and wife Mr Tom Shearer has returned from a two weeks visit to friendsin Fayette county Mr Harvey Sebastian who has been very sick for some time continues very ill Our protracted meeting is in ress at Freedom Every body invited to attend Mr William Shearer hasbeen n re cent visitor to his sons Sherman and Ben Shearer Shearer Bros bought last week 13 nice cows to feed and would like to purchase more W T Baker is building a new house and will be ready to move in a few days Mr and Mrs George McLean were in Berea a short time since visiting rel atives and friends Mr B F Broadus was elected Trust e of school district no 10 at election last Saturday Hugh Gayley of Madison county b aught last week of Henry Ilunus 13 shoats at cts Miss Lee Prewitt of Kirksville was here last week visiting the family cf Mr Frank Broaddus Prather heirs have sold their und vided interest In their mothers land ed estate to Sam Sutton of Me Creary Or friend W G Jones of Berea vho is travelling for a wholesale house in Cincinnati was here last week Ben and Sherman Shearer have rented the farm where they are tow living from Mr Zeke Jones for next year for 8600 Rev Foley filled his appointment at Freedom Church on the second Sunday and a series of meetings commenced on the tl id Sur d ly Mr Richard Leasurewho died at his home near Lowell was a member of our Church and a good man May God comfort the hearts of the grief relatives and friends Rev Winchell representative of the Louisville Baptist Orphans Home was here last week and took the two little children to Institution May God bless the little ones and the Home or I las pro 51 clothing there stricken Layton that splendid I i NINA dwelling tot ihs rs J VISTA Mrs R P Ison is very ill John Askius and wife of McCreary were visitors here Sunday Miss Daisy Collier of Danville has been visiting Mrs G Lane James Spillman has been confined to his bed with a sprained back Miss Mae Robinson M rcellus has been the guest of Miss Bessie Bol tonMrs John Davis and little Hazard are visiting Mrs Fletcher son Mrs Fannie Bryant of Bryant sville spent a few days last week with Mrs B Robinson Ben Lane and wife of Louisville have been visiting their mother Mrs Amanda Lane Miss Florence Christopher visited friends In Lexington and short time ago Mrs Isaac Hamilton of Lancaster Ins been visiting her daughter slid other relatives here Mrs Frank Bogie of Keene arrived last week for a visit to her mother Mrs Elizabeth Ison Ilev E L Shepherd the new pastor at Browns Chapel preached his first sermon there Sunday Ilollis Spoonamore and wife were guests of relatives in Lancaster and Boyle county last week Miss Cora Poor who is attending school at Asbury College has been visiting her parents here Mrs Ellen Davis and daughter Mss Maeneai Harrcdsburg spent Sunday with Mrs J B Robinson Mr and Sirs John Daugherty of Lexington spent Sunday with the family of Thos Christopher Messrs John Brown and Pete Ager of Milford Ohio have returned home after visiting W G Christopher Sirs John Christopher and daughter of South Elkhorn have been guests of Mrs J E Scott and other relatives A series of meetings began at Jit Olivet Monday evening the 22nd The pastor will be assisted by Rev Oromley Miss Irene Ruble accompanied by her cousin Miss Virginia Lane of Lexington spent Sunday with the family of J F Ruble An interesting meeting of the Pro hibition Alliance was held at the Pres byterian Church Saturday evening Walton of Bradfordsville spoke Temperance and Labar and Rev Darnold of Lexington Christian Influence W of daughter- of Georgetown- a Ion II 1 I 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 fc We would like to explain to you the working of a system fc of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages fc of water pressure This system does away with an atic ZZ- fc tank all that is necessary is a Well or We will 3- fc do the rest rS If Interested Consult Us E Conn Bros Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD Genera II nsurance rrnrnnnnnnrntrrnr17n i a I E Cistern aal iUIUIUIU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U w u mmmmmmmm t i E ti y 1 utu UutLUUuU u FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 YOUR EYESneed the attention of a Scientific cptl clan thorough in his practice and with such methods to determine to locate every defect known to the human eye We have the experience the Instrment the knowledge and the practice If you need glasses you need them now and you need only one kind and that is the right kind We art grad uates of the finest optical schools in thiscountry We fit glasses to every known defect of vision that glasses will co rrect Guarantee 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 we will relieve you and place you on equality withthose born more fortunate If your children are cross eyed and have defective vision we can fit them In a satisfactory man nor What we are looking for is the critical cases the difficinet ones that others have failed to lit satisfactory because we have the necessary meth ods to probe deep down into the defects of that organ and adjust tile trouble in a satisfactory manner necessary see unseen T days drive brings you to our city and gives you ample time to return home with renewed energies and a 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 NIcholasville We back up our statements by the testimo nials of propesslonal men for whom we have done work Onr business was established in Nlcholasville in 1890 and we have made the spectacle business leading feature In the year 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 Silver ware and a general line of the finest goods money can buy Your solicitedWill tf Nicholasville Ky tune eyetroubles P r- k 3 GIVEN BY MOUNT ELEIN MONDAY NOV 26 1906 CLASS 1 Best ears corn any variety 1 st premium 300 2nd 200 3rd 1 OO CLASS 2 Special Best 1 0 ears corn any variety planted with Hoosier Planter purchased of us 1st 300 2nd 200 CLASS 3 Special Best 10 ears corn any variety cultivated with Brown Cultivator purchased of us 1st 300 2nd 200 BLUE FRONT Ve have just received full line of uptodate Fall goods The best line of values ever offered to the people of part of Kentucky After several weeks of careful selection from the best markets of the land we can now offer to the public a dis play of late style season effects consisting of Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats Shoes sand Furnishing Goods Dry Goods Woolens such as Cheviots Worsteads Cashmeres Etc Also Dress Goods in latest shades and col ors and Ladies and Foot wear at a great reduction Mr Patterson the proprietor of the Blue Front has g tined the distinction of being one of the closest and best buyers in Central Kentucky and as a test of this reputa tion we ask you to call and inspect our prices and we will guarantee that we can fit you up from head to foot at 25 mas we ask you to watch the test by comparison Bring your dollar and see how far it will go Very Respectfully Blue Front-H PATTERSON Prop The Working Mans Friend i TERMS CASH a SECOND ORN SH W 10 uits CloaksCoats a 1 1 4 ANNUAL f r J this S ChristIi jI 1 Its a sinful shame i to neglect your childs j Musical Education Start them out right by giving them a BALDWIN PIANO L 1 West Herudon Lancaster Kentucky ISAFE 5 SPEEDY HKMSdVEKI tell aibtnUt f 6nrwlftKida rUVE8 nr wucerrf with ia 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CURE C01ambO alI Bet Dena9SSSCo aye her Ij bIFP FBISBISAlso fold t DraaaUt- t 1 1 y X FALL and WINTER Our stock Is now arriving and we have The Prettiest Stock In Central Kj look at the latest and handsomest creations Everything UptoDate Mrs AleianJer falter For Infants and Childrea Bears the Signature of I I I ilIiner9- I I I I 6 I I everybody I IOGIMOH 11111111110 Thi KIM VMHID Alwap t ovvooooootaooooo00000000ooo p f CASTOR IA c Personal Mention W B Mason has returned from Lou isville Mr Banks Hudson was iq Cincinnati SundayMiss Lewis visited in Cincin nati Sunday Mr John Ray was a visitor in Brv antsville Sunday George Patterson has been vis sting relatives in Berea B OBannon of Stanford was a visitor here Saturday Mrs J G Bosley has returned from a several days visit in Louisville Miss Allen Bourne is visiting friends and relatives In Stanford this week Mrs J Collier is visiting her sister Mrs Charles Richardson at Lexington Miss Laura Bright of Richmond was visiting her sister Mrs J G Bosley Miss Ethel West has been spending a few days with friends in Winchester Miss Mamie Mc Gee of Broadhead has been with her parents for a few daysMr J L Anderson of Washington D C is in the city for several weeks visitMrs Louisa Arnold is in Jellico vis iting her grand daughter Mrs Elbert SmithMrs W H Ward has returned from a very pleasant visit to relatives in Mis sissipi Buena Vista has been the quest of Miss Mittie DunnMisses Ethel Walter and Hubble are visiting friends in Lex ingtonMiss Mary Arnold who has been quite ill is reported very much im proved and wife have been visiting relatives and friends in BurginMrs Burke of Junction City last week with Mrs J M Higgin botham Miss Lizzie Hudson has been the guest of Miss Jennie Burnside antsville Mrs M D Hughes has returned from visit to her son R E Hughes of LouisvilleHarry has returned from Oklahoma where he has been for sev eral months Miss Isabel Walker is in Louisville visiting her cousin Mrs W R Rice at the Rossmore Mrs Woods Walker returned from several days visit in shopping Miss Nellie Bourne of Lexington has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J B Bourne Mrs White of Nashville Tenn is the guest of her sister Mrs Jesse Doty on Water street Mr Leslie Herndon who was a year ago has resumed his run in the Railway Mail Service Miss Jennie Ward has returned from an extended visit to relatives in and around Jonesville Virginia Mr Tom Harris of Wheeler Vir ginia is visiting his brotherinlaw Mr Milton Ward and family Mr Richard Ware wife and little daughter Julia are visiting Mrs Wares father Mr Ike Myres Mrs J R Mount has returned from a months visit to friends and relatives in Louisville and Miss Ella Dunn who has been visit ing the family of H M Ballou has re turned to her home in Danville Misses Martha and Helen Gill and Grace Kinnaird have returned from a weeks stay in Cincinnati shopping Wall entertained twenty six relati friends at a dining Sunday in honor of Mr and Mrs Clay Wall of Texas Mrs Robert Henry was called to by the illness of her who we are glad to report is very much improved Mrs Hugh Hemphill and Mrs An drew Hemphill and son of Nicholas ville have been visiting Mr W A Ar nold and family Mr and Mrs Clay Wall who have been visiting relatives here for some time will leave Saturday for their home in Del Rio Texas Mr W G of the Peoples Bank Pant Lick was here Monday and left a nice order work for that thriving institution Mr Ben Hughes wife and little daughter Della Rice and Mrs Will iam Hughes have returned from a visit to relatives in Ferryville Harrodsburg David Indort of this city has gone to Lan caster to the store for Mr H Patterson who formerly conducted a store here Danville Advocate Mr Harry Robinson returned home Friday Iron a trip through the western part of the State bringing him fifteen bela ted pupils Mr EC Garman the clever mail clerk on Nos 9 and 10 was here Mon day The service he is giving is fine and the people appreciate his careful work in handling the malls Mr A S of Waterford Spencer county Was here a few days this week attending to some business and mingling old friends He is doing well In his chosen florae but t H r Mrs Mrs W B Miss Lillian Pooreof Mattie Lee Mr T W Bradshaw T at Bry Louisville Mrs T L d per cashier DemocratMr manage j F I Saturday injured LaGrange aa Oklahoma husband for with Jennings with 1 EA a like all the rest forgets GarrardDanville H Letch er who has been in Henderson with his Dr lien Letcher who fered a slight stroke of paralysis last week returned home Saturday night When he left Henderson his fathers condition was very much improved If you have partiesvisiting you we will appreciate the kiudness if you will ring up 43 and tell us We cannot get the names of all visitors unless the people tell us It you are going on a trip probably some one is enough in terested in you to want to know it so tell us MrWB West organistat the local Christian church has just received an offer of 250 a year to play in a neigh boring town Billy is a splendid or ganist and has had several offers lie has not vet decided as to accepting but his friends hope he will remain in LancasterThe invitations have been received by Lancaster friends and rel atives 1856 Golden Wedding 1906 Mr and Mrs A G Daniel Desire the congratulations- of their friends on the 50th Anniversary of their marriage October 29th 1906 Abner G Daniel Mary D Yantis Paragould Ark Dr Will Kemper of Muncie Ind was married in that city last Thursday to Miss Helen Garner daughter of Dr and Mrs John W Garner also of Dr Kemper has a number of friends in Lancaster having visited the family of Mrs H A B Marksbury and other relatives in Garrard county The bride is higly spoken of in the Muncie papers as is also Dr Kemper is a young man of ability and has a brilliant future His many Lancas ter extend warm and wish the young couple a life of happiness and prosperity The marriage of Miss Louise Farris daughter of Senator and Mrs Farris and Mr Stephen was celebrated yesterday at the home of the brides sister Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico Tenn only relatives and a few intimate friends being in attend ance The rooms were beautifully decorated for the occasion The gifts were handsome and the fair bride was most generously The bride is a handsome and and accomplished young lady and has been an acknowledged belle ever since her debut Mr Walker is a popular and affable young man of this city and is a splendid fellow in The bride is extremely pretty has a very expressive face and wore a be coming gown of dark blue broadcloth with hat and gloves to match The couple will return here today and make their home with Mr and Mrs Farris Danville Street Local Happenings Hunters say the quail crop will be up to the average Although Christmas is sometime off the attendance at the Sunday Schools is beginning to increase It will not increase the tax rate one cent to repair the court house and put the building in habitable shape There was absolutely no in Lancaster Monday What a difference from old times in Judge L W Bethurum Republican candidate for Congress will speak at the Court House in Lancaster on October 29th at 1 oclock invited to hear him If you want to blow the horn tor your favorite candidate remember newspapers charge for printing such matter You may air your views but it costs so much per air As is usual in all propositions for advancement there are a number of kickers on the proposition to repair the court house If some people should fall Into a river theyd float Every propertyholder in Garrard county is interested in papers and stored in the courthouse If you want these all important records vote to have the vaults made fireproof Notice to Teachers All white teachers attending the Congressional District Teachers held in Baptist church at cityOct26and 27 will be exempt from teaching school on the first named date County Superintendant Holding Meeting at Clintonville I F M Tinder left Monday morn ing for Clintonville Burbon county where he will hold a two weeks His pulpit in this city will be filled Sunday morning by Bev W S Willis of Clintonville Special Train To Stanford Senator Jas B Mc Creary will speak in Stanford Tuesday the 30th and his friends making arrangements to have aspeclal train run from Lan caster returning immediately after the speaking As a great many are there is little doubt of the spe cial running Coming Back to Winter About severityfive negroes left for the north last spring came back t Lancaster on Sunday nights excur lion from Cincinnati and will win ter here They have in Indian apolis and other cities in the North and claim to have made good wages However Lancaster catches them in the It they will all go to work they will be of great help to QUI V MJ Mr AdvocateDr J Muncie He friends Walker wedding remembered allrespects drunkenness Lancaster Monday II upstream records preserved Association Eld revival 1 frt r never of father sa congratulations everybody this are who been winter Peopled I Dr G W Young of Louisville Sere tary of Anti Saloon League will 1 ettire at Methodist church Sunday morning and at Christian church Sunday Bum Court Day Monday was the nooreso court day many months the crowd very small and no stock on the market In fact we did not hear of a single sale Sales By Hughes Swinebroad Hughes and Swinebroad real estate agents sold to C H Baker for A E Sharp a dwelling on Lexington street for 1500 also sold for Mrs Mary E Woodcock her store room on the Pub lie square to Mrs Dorcas L Walker for 33000 Important To Tobacco Raisers Landlords and tenants in each coun ty where white burley tobacco is raised are urged to meet at their county seats Saturday afternoon October 27 190G at 2 oclock and appoint delegates to the Convention to be held at Winches ter Ky November 12 3 1DOC It is very important that there shall be a large attendance C M HANXA Chmn of the Board of Control Teachers Meet Today The Eighth Congressional Teachers Association will convene in the local Baptist church this morning and our people are preparing to entertain them and make their visit pleasant The program is published elsewhere in this issue A cordial invitation is extended the public to attend and an interest laIC time is promised all Dont fail to go down get acquainted and extend a warm welcome to the strangers within our gates Writing A Book ExGov W 0 Bradley is engaged in writing a book giving his experience as a lawyer and politician and also many matters of great interest con cerning Kentucky and Kentuckians His friends are looking forward to its publication with great interest and the book will have a large sale lie is a close observer of passing events and his keen sense of wit and humor guar antees a production which will be not only Instructive but interesting and entertaining throughout Is Popular Here Too The Mineral Wells former Mayor II D Arnold who was for many years a resident of Palo Pinto county and Mineral Wells but who now resides in Lancaster Ky is now in ourcitv busily engaged in shaking hands and talking old times and present conditions with his many friends here Ilarve has real estate interests here after which he is look ing and he tells us that Kentucky is all right for health and farming and lighting purposes but for all round places he finds and bslives that no country on earth can beat Mineral Wells Eismauy friends here miss him from their midst and would be glad to have come back and stay with as again and watch Mineral Wells grow Lookout For The Cars Notwithstanding the fact that the railway companies have large sign boards placed at each crossing and the engine whistle is sounded long and loud people become careless and do not lookout for the trains In this day of push and hustle the trains are compelled to make good time or peo ple will not patronize them and raise a great kick No one expects a train to stop at each crossing and send the iiagman ahead to see if any one is standing on the crossing yet the care less manner in which buggies and other vehicles plunge onto the track endangers notonly the lives of those in the vehicles but of the passengers and trainmen as well There are a number of places in Garrard county where the track cannot be seen and The Record urges the people to all care before driving onto the tracks Did it ever occur to you that should you carelessly cause the ditch ing of a train that you are liable for damages There are two sides to this question Death of Short Sam Engleman Stanford Sam M Engle man long a resident of this place died at the home of his brother H Engleman on Hustonvilie street Sat urday evening at G30 Deceased was born 70 years ago on what is now the Sidney Dunbar farm in the Hubble sec tion and at the outbreak of the Civil war he gave his services to the Con federacy enlisting in Capt Rob Lo gans company Morgans Cavalry With which be fought gallantly until the end He was on the famous Ohio raid and in many other hard campaigns Mr Engleman was a member of the Baptist church and a generous open hearted man He was never married and had for years made his home with his brother here Yesterday morning the remains were taken to Hubble and in sight of the place of his birth to rest in the little family burial ground where many of his kinsmen sleep TI e Confederate soldiers of Lincoln and Garrard counties attended tbe sirvicei which conducted by Bev L M Omer Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the pla gue of Coughs and Colds that are so pre 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 it quickly ends them It prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrlppe gives wonderful relief in and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds 50c and 100 Guaranted by BE Mo Roberts drug store Trial bottle free 1m jV k Hf I night I j i f i r saysOur I I him II exercise I JournalMr MrJohn I I I J val nt l being t Tax Resort f 1 were Asthma t h p Dont buy a Gasoline Engine until you get our prices and see 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 Water Bottles all kinds and sizes Fountain Syringes all stylesand shapes I 3 I I 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 in A Complete and UHodate Drug Store FRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED 2 I We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking ANYTHING CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 I DIREa30R9 ARNOLD BURROWS EL WOODS R L J II S Y c FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance IN Carpets 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 Linolium 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 ROBINSONI Lewis Y President I LBAYELL I Ice Caps Bath Towels Hair Brushes Nail Brushes Pocket Books Talcum Powder I M COY RGGUYN WOODSJ B FURNITURE JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The EITONS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5 tt SURPLUS u M B F HUDSON Cashier W O RieNMtyAist Cashr C D Bookkeeper Easiness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewii Y Levreli JS JOHNSON BTHudipn J J Walker I I t W j T M Arnold 1 1 Lm s The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 9 and has been made under his fV7fjiL supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Couriterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Infants and Children Experience What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant it Contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic and allays Feverishness It cures Jharrlic Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Bears the Signature of The W You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years t Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of against Experiment substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and Wind panaceaThe y y I TNL CENTUIt COMPANY TY NUNNIY BYltEEY NEW YONN CITY HIS personal MAllitSIlUllY R M Robinson sold to Mr Dowling of Harrodsburg a pair of work mules for 320 Gideon the little son of Mr Kelley Hogg and wife has been very sick for several days Mr Edward Poindexter wbo has been quite ill with typhoid fever con tinues very sick Miss Elizabeth Simpson went last week to make an extended visit to Mrs Sim Cook of Lexington Misses Sallie and Lee Herring went to Mc Creary last Wednesday to visit theirsister Mrs Victor Rice Mrs Crit Eubanks of Hubble was the guest of her mother Mrs Belle Perkins the first of the week Mr N P Cobb and wife have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Marret Martin of Lexington Mr Eugene Sutton of Indianapolis was the guest of his grandmother Mrs Lucy Sutton several days last weekRev Sloan of Somerset preached last Sunday morning and evening at tbe Fork Church While here he was the guest of Mr Doolin Miss Jennie Pollard entertained Thursday in honor of the Ladles Working Society A splendid dinner had been prepared for the occasion and was very much enjoyed by all presentJ sold some fat hogs to Victor Lear for 8560 per cwt Fox and Robert Rout sold hogs to same party for Sfcts Mr Rout also bought some sboats from Jimmie Dunn at 5i cts Mr Leonard Pollard and family have moved to a dwelling house on the farm It is to be hoped that the removal of the fever stricken pa tients to new quarters will be of much benefit to them MT HEBRON Sorghum making is in progress now Mr Robert Montgomery continues very ill Mr Dennie Scott and wife were in Harrodsburg Sunday Mr Dennie Scott sold a hog to Mor ford and Dunn for 800 W B Montgomery was elected school Wound Bruises and Buans By applying au antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like inju ries before inflamation sets in they healed without maturation and in about onethird 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 saTe 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 Robt of Mr Tuggle may be time required trustee in Sunnyside District Mr Harvey Dean bought a farm near Pink Jessamine county Price paid 1800Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin is the guest of her sister Mrs William NelsonJoseph Duncan bought of B A Dun can six shoats averaging 40 IDS for 8175U Mr Joseph Jennings of Nicholasville is the guest of Messrs Briuy and Har rison Dean Mr Samuel Duncan sold to Wm Vanderpool a house and 54 acres of land for 850 Mr Garrett Edward of Harrodsbur attended the burial of his cousin Mr Robert Montgomery Mrs Adams an aged lady died at the home of her daughter Mrs John Benge last Friday Interment in Mt Hebron cemetery Saturday Mr Everett Barker of this place and Miss Landram of Casey connty were united in marriage last week They are now the guests of his sister Mrs John Eason Mr Earl Grow and Miss Bertha Le may accompanied by Mr Walter Grow and Beatrice Sanders drove to Lan caster Thursday afternoon and were married by Rev C S Ellis They re turned to the home of the groom where a splendid supper was served We wish them a happy and successful lifeMr Robert Montgomery aged 25 died at the home of his father Mr Thomas Montgomery on the 17 inst He had been a sufferer with for several months He leaves a father mother sisters and brothers to mourn the loss We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones 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 Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bruboker Ill This rememdy is for sale by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at Lan caster 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 nev water Dwelling house is good and has all necessary outbuild ings Possession for seeding given this Fall and of dwelling first of year or This farm should be seen to be appreciated Since the City Council is enforcing the laws land in the vicinity of Lancaster bas advanc ed in price greatly and is in great de mandAll 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 21tf W B Moss Admr consumption III tat Lancaster sooner rllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111I11I11I1I1I I FOR SALE 200 GIIASS nS I ele rreyJHLYYODBBUYO QN 1111111111111111111111111111 BLUE write for list orcall BUSINESS and BARGAINS JY5l y t a J H I Bring your produce to Ward The Lancaster Greenhouse nas a full line of fine bulbs for sale I will pay the highest market for eggs etc S A Walker Superior Wheat Drills The name I tells the true story tf Haselden Bros Elkin Bros will give you a good deal I on country produce 9 28 tf I We pay cash for produce W H I Ward 2t Our number is 29 not 23 928tf Elkin Bros For fresh and gurantead goods see Walker Phone 83 2t Fresh Cranberries Cabbage Oran ges c at Wards Dont fail to see thft latest thing in hats just received at gempbill West Ed C Gaines sells you flowers at the same price the florist would sell you he paying all expenses Call phone 100 tf For freshest and nicest vegetables In town daily at S A Walker 2t We are exclusive agents m Lancas i or for Lowneys Fine Box Candy We keep their full assorsmeht and al ways iesDruirStore tf Call and get jewelry or watch which has been repaired and Is walt for Dont delay tf Thompson the Jeweler Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson New corn crusher for sale cheap tf Mount Elkin There is no drill better than the Superior Wheat for sale by Haselden Bros tf We pay cash for Eggs Currev and Herndon 2t We have received a new of stationery at exceptionally Come and let us show you tf Frisbies Store Our own make of Extract Vanilla is absolutely the purest and best you can use goes than other makes tf Frisbies Store Have you seen the stove that burns Its own smoke and will heat your home with less coal than any other at IJas elden Bros store Call and see it tf to get Blankes Coffee Best in town Currey and Herndon 2t New lineof China and Glass ware Currey and Herndon 2t Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be sent to Banks Hudson Come in and see the latest thing in heating stoves Burns its own smoke tf Haselden Bros This is Bargain week at Wards Grocery Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster Canary Birds For Sale Golden beauty strain Birds in song Miss Fannie Bishop 3t Call at the NewGarrard Grocery on Depot street and get best country Bacon at 13cts per lb we also pay highest market price for country produce Frisbies Almond chapped hands face and lips makes the skin soft and white is not sticky or greasy tf Drug Store 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 engrav ed work Let us order for you and save you money tf All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Herndons Prices cheaper than you can order See em and save money tf For Sale My house and premises situated one mile from town on new Danville pike consisting of 2t acres of land ana all necessary out buildings If not sold shortly will rent for the 1907 tf C W Anderson Citizens living in the of Buckeye Paint Lick and Hubble having occasion to use designs and furneral flowers reverse on phone 100 Flowers delivered on short notice tf I Deal In 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 t Farm For Sale I have a No 1 good farm containing 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 state of cultivation corn and to bacco land good orchard of 5 or 0 acres one 6 room dwelling house and stable growing crops testify as to quality of land Price S200000 if once Has It Occurred To You that it is really but beat that you are Luying in much common coal you pay for clinkers and various foreign mailer all weighing ounces to the Coal is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and an east ly regulated Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can sup ply It A o w V w o rstock Dr further j rug Dont fail appreciated- If fresh ling Creamcures Only 15c Frlsbi Are Notice Agencytf between Apply to W H ward Ky tt n t al Ye sl e n r line oly prices g vanilla much Lancaster Sixteen makes 8if Call up the Lancaster Greenhouse and order your line bulbs Old fasbined apple butter at Wards Grocery 2t See Walker the Grocery man Phone Remember we are the tinners and plumbers 18 years of experience tf Haselden Bros We have absolutely the biggest and best line of stoves ever shown in Lancaster Haselden Bros Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Prices and High Grades Bros antee it fresh tf lrisbies Drug Store International Poultry and Stock food in buckets packages Currey and Herndon 2t Say We have the latest creations la lap robes Haselden Brostf Best lard at the Garrard Grocery at 12cts per lb We have a few Kentucky wheat drills Come get a reduced price tf Romans Elmore tf Haselden Bros We want your produce anc1 will pay highest for same Currey and Herndon 2t Dont for get the place where you can A good second hand Organ for sale by J C Robinson tf The finest and largest line of buggy rugs ever seen in Lancaster going at a sacrifice Romans Elmore tf Save Telephone and Express by or dering cut flowers from Ed C GainesSubject to your approval and receiv ed on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designes a Special LI 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 Fish and Oysters at Elkin Bros Friday and Saturday tf Gans Guns Guns we have them tf Haselden Bros We will pay 2lcts per dozen for eggs 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 Kava naugb Jennie L Kavanaugh 2t harness and wagon harness cheaper now than you will get them again Come get what you want tf Romons Elmore The Ladies of the Baptist Aid Society will give an exchange Nov 28 the day before Thanksgiving Par ticulars later Haas Hog Cholera Medicine is the best and cheapest you can use with your hogs 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 1907 write to Ben F Potts Teatersville Ky tf are going cheap We are closeing out our stock tf Romans Elmore Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary American Veterinary Medical Associa Lion Kokomo Ind Says Tne herd yesterday We give this remedy the credIt for saving them Sold and guar anteed by Mount Elkin 817 tf We carry a complete stockof all six es of window in single and double strengths By ah improved process we make a specialty of glass of odd or uneven with perfect accuracy Our prices are the lowest Frisbies Drug Store Farm For Sale Forty acres of good productive land 6 miles from Lancaster and miles from the Good seven room dwelling barn etc Call on or address Price Collier Marksbury Ky th Three Good Farms For Sale Haying decided to quit farming I will sell privately all of my landed e 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 60 acres in Madison connty All good farms Terms reasonable Jas R Henry Kirksville Ky tf New Butcher Shop We have just opened in connection with the Grocery on De pot street an up to date meat market where we will handle all kinds of fresh and cured meats sausage brains veal lamb and fresh beef at low prices F H Mnlfinger meat cutter and mana ger Phone 58 Danville Business College Organized 1905 and has prosper ed under the patronage and at the suggestion of The is now a of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School BOOKKEEPING Short hand and Typewritingaccord Ing to the most apply to D B Harris j X JXI 83 2t Inthe150uptfLowneysCandy oneat paintThere cheaptf Robinsonstf GroceryCo W Bug y HogCholera cutting tf Lexingtonpike methodsFor tlncjli y 1 F medicine 1 course 8244f- il J hk M D HUGHES G B SWINEBKOAD HUGHES SWINBBROAD 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 interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our com mission based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our price To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the front rank as to the production of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for hemp breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paving the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of 50000 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 Bastin Telephone Co whose lines 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 bv us at low prices reach being 8 No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit YOU In location and price No 9 Large and commodious brick busl j ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X30 feet well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises Jj acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for It Price 500000 No 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave nue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street in Lancaster A de sirable home In sight ot Graded school and lu one of the best residence sections of the City Price 20000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm propertyNo 74 X acres of as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the harm is in a high state of cultiva tion This farm is 1 miles from pike same distance from Bryuntsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price weofferit a line investment 05 CO per acre 2r 714 laud on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools Hew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice 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 250 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never failing water farme house 7 rooms large barn and 2 to bacco barns tenant house 6 miles irom 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 ami tobacco first class improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Eryantsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 35 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 for price No 36 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses In Garrard Ctuuty hemp and tobacco land wellfeuced and wat er in abundance Ask us about this one an priceNo 69 acres of land on pike adjoin ing No 35 above 8 room residence good barn and out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in corn balance in grass will sell at a bargain or wilt sell in connection with No 35 above making a harm of 140 acres A Young 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 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 Stomach Liver and Kid neys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m Georgetown gets the next I 0 0 F state meeting Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy in continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their little ones as It contains absolutely nothing Injurl ous This remedy is not only perfectly sate 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 Good old sorghum is ripe A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain If Bucklens Arnica Salve is ap plied promptly G J Welch of Tekon sha 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 R E McRoberts d rue store 1 m KILL COUGH AN CURE THE LUNGS 50000 the No 17 acres of fine hemp and tobacco I c sick Lancaster Seeus 2 Motherat BIt- ters f 2 4 k drugstore 4 I t I WITH Dr Kings II New r FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHSairf lOuS Prigs IOcft1M Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all ITHROAT and LUNG DOVD- JK8 or MONBY BAOY with two residences Look nt this and ask for priceOther property for sale and exchange List your property with us we would like to show you our contract No 37 100 acres of first class land on Rood pike G miles from Lancaster mile from rail road C room frame house S acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste laud whatever never failing stock water 50 acres can be put in wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco and hemp land wOO per acre No 41 from Lancaster on good county road J mile from pike 1 mile from school new frame cottose of fi rooms fine cistern never failing stock watt l large barn and other out buildings 25 acres in hemp A 20 acres wheat stubble balance III grits good orchard No wrote land and all In high state oi cultivatfon Irlce SOECO per acre No 45 Iljf acres on county road one fourth mile from pike good 5 room large new barn COxS3 feet plenty of all kinds 5 acres in tobacco micros in corn This is n nice little country horn and well worth what is asked f133000 No 40 I5CJ4 acres of as good land ns is in Garrard County 0 room hou e mind good barn and outbuildings welllwatercd good orchard all tobacco and hemp land Ask about this one for further description and for price No47 115 acres of laud in Garrard County miles from Lancaster within one fourth mile of Lexington pike splendid road to house new 0 room house with good cellar harm other outbuildings well watered 10 wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hemp aalauce In grass feucf ne good per acre No 48 50 acres of land right on the pike miles from Lancaster will be sold worth the money See for further description and price No Ji IS acres land I mile 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 residence land lies well and is all In full description on application Price fViCni per acre No 51 511 acres of as good laud as in Gar rard County in sight of Court house adjoins 2 pikes well Improved 400 acres III grass barn room for 10 acres of tobacco 2 large barns well watered 15 torts new wire fencing good a new pair stock scales all necessary out build ings We can show you the figures as to what this farm Inns produced as aa investment the last 5 years Cau sell all or a portion of this farm See us for price No 52 181 acres 5 miles from Lancaster 125 acres In gross as good or better than any oth er farm See us for price and desceiptiou No S3 170 acres of rich hemp tobacco Und on pike well improved new house 7 miles from Lancaster good neighborhood ooo per acre No si 2tu acres in onehalf mile of town iplendld land Will be gold all together or separated at a bargain to divide the estate Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of e I fro acre miles I corn 000 to50 oo and 3 cottage 3 ant brit era j Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits c is now ready on application We em ploy 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 under signed will take pleasure in showing it to any one desiring to purchase same the farm captains 106 ACRES- is in Garrard county Ky near Point Leavell on the Richmond and pike and is in tine state of cultiva tlOnAnyone having claims against said Palmer will present them to me or my attorney L L Walker properly prov en J W Palmer 9 284t Executor As administrator of Alfred A Pendle ton deceased I will on SATURDAY OCrOBER27 06 sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises about 6 miles North of Lancaster near the Poor Ridge Turn oclock the following property Two head of horses 2 head of cattle fat hogs 7 sows and pigs 7 shoats a bout 100 barrels of old corn about 10 acres of corn In the field 190 bushels of wheat 4 stacks of hay 1 stack of oats farming implements household and kitchen furniture and a gr at many other articles too numerous to mention Terms of sale All amounts over 5 on 6 months time note with approved security will be required parties having against the said Alfred A Pendleton will them properly proven 1o me or to my attorney R H Tomlinson with in the next 90 days HENRIETTA PENDLETON Admr of Alfred A Pendleton October 16 1906 2t I a Lancaster ADMINISTRATORSSALE pike road beginning promptly at t present Traderand Housewife 1 Stock Hems Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The hemp crop this year in m county is one of the finest as v as the largest that has ever before been known there On account of the scar city of farm hands the crop has been little late in befog cut this season but it is all in the shock by this time J B Walker who is perhaps one of the most experienced hemp raisers in Ken tucky had over tie hundred acres in cultivation this year The raising of this valuable fiber is comparatively a new industry in Madison county as there was never much of it grown theta until within the last three years Lexington Gazette J C Robb one of the many business men gf the same name who are deelers in live stock generally on a lar e scale bought 34 nine hundred pounds cattle for 1G per hundred lie ted them corn from the first of January to the May and grazed them until the sixth of October He sold them to Mauril Weil for 5 cents per pound They averaged 142 pounds Robb bought 40 stock hogs to follow these cattle that 112 pounds for which he paid 4J tents per pound lie sold them for Oi cents and they then averaged 304 pounds Following the requirement of the pure food law and recognizing the value of labels and obedient to the laws of honesty a Kansas firm has separated- its hen fruit into classes find bestowed upon them distinctive names so that no buyer may be deceived The linn advertises egos as eggs old eggs store eggs candled eggs fresh eggs strictly fresh eggs and guar strictly fresh eggs Prices run the gamut from 8 cents a dozen to 50 cents and you can take your choice Those Jayhawkers are hound to lead the procession Order For ELECTION BOND ISSUE Garrard County FiscalCourt Order 4th day of April lOG Bond election to repair Court House question under the con sidcration of the Fiscal Court concern same containing the Public Records the condition of the different Court Rooms and the various ollice rooms in the Court House and the question be inu before the Court on motion and the same being submitted to the Court for vote it is the opinion of the Court that the saia Court House and the various named apartments need re pairing and in many respects and it is the opinion of the Court that the sum of 1000000 should be ap propiated for the purpose of said worn as herein after set out and the said Fiscal Court hereby surest that said appropriation be made and does hereby reccomcnd the same thatis that the sum of 1000000 be appropriated for the purpose of remod cling repairing and overhauling the two vaults anti the location of the same in the House if necessary for remodeling the Cupalo if found to be for remodel ing and repairing the Circuit Court Room and repairing and overhauling the Court House for the purpose of making it neat and table and to put in the same a system It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Fiscal court of Ky that at the regular election to be held in Garrard county on the Gth day of November 1106 an election shall be held and a shall be 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 the court of Gar rard county for a sum not 00000 It is further that said election be held and polls be 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 fore thereof in The Central Record it being the Newspaper having the circulation in said County and further advertise the same oy printed hand bills posted up at or not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County and also at the Court House door The clerk of this court i s ordered t 0 furnish a certilied copy of this order to said sheriff It is further order ed that it th vote hereby order ed is in favor c f said then the Fiscal comb will in obedience to the said vote and under chapter 52 Article four Kentucky Statutes and the other Statute relating to ths sub jeot issue bonds in any sum not exceed Garrard County and to be issued upon 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 in terest at a greater rate than 6 per cent interest per annum from date until that court adjourn until Wednesday April 11 1006 Ford JADoty clerk of theGarrardCounty Courtdo certify is a true copy as appears on record In my office in order Book 33 128 This Sept 7 1900 J A Doty Clerk G C C W A D C In pursuance to the foregoing order Sept 25 1906 Garrard County Kr cured our hogs of cholera but it is In every way the best hog remedy wo have ever used Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Ky x 8UU r U for the farmera lads lirstof II an teed on calledThe being Garrardk remodel- r ill Court com for theLancaster openedat exceeding 10 repairing paidOrdered A D thereindirected Cured Boutbon ac e a r r r till it- t 1 Q i I April opened largest t 1