You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central Record: n. Friday, November 2, 1906. Central Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1906 cen1906110201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central Record: n. Friday, November 2, 1906. Central Record. Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAISEVENTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FKIDAT NOVEMBER 2 19CG RECORD Xt7aBDEt1 st 4 4 Our Second Grand Gloak Opening will take place Next Saturday November 3 with an Entire New Line of Representatives of other leading firms will be at our store that day with the Hand somest lines ever shown in Central Ken tucky Dont miss this opportunity to have v choice of the very best in the market The Joseph Mercantile OUR Fall and Winter stork is now complete in every department We can show you the largest and best selected lines of Clothing Shoes 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 we can save you money A look will convince that you can buy of us Better Shoes Better Clothing Better Hats and Better Furnishing Goods at less price than any house in Lancaster Loan I Iii I li IJI I v l III II II Iii II II II 11 11r Cloaks II I I II I I I I I 11 II I I I I I 11 c C Ild V 1ft Zn au therefore HG T r rM r- II l I II iI II II COMPANY Il vrww wwnenM you = H D C Maclacln leister Tie ChrIstian Church at Addresses an Open Letter to the Tern perance People of Kentucky It Is as follows I Advertisement Shelbyville KY 1906 An Open Letter to the Friends of Temper ance In Kentucky I bad hoped that some other persons whose words might conceivably carry more weight could have been induced perform this somewhat invidious but as no one has come forward do so I feel it my plain duty as one who has the cause of temperance at heart to make public the following facts 1 do so because the temperance issue has been injected into the and Governors campaigns and Gov Beckham and Judge Hager are to the temperance voters to support them as their champion ago there were rumors cf a cer tain check which if genuine calculat ed I thought to throw light on Gov Beckham and Mr Hagers sincerity on the temperance issue 1 did not desire to act upon mere hearsay and I did not wish to do Gov Ueckham or Mr Hager an injustice I therefore wrote Mr Hager a letter as follows Shelbyville Kv Oct 15 lOOGHon S W Hager Frankfort Ky Dear Sir I am deeply interested as a citizen and a friend of the temperance cause in the issue of the approaching primary and as you candidate for the Governorship of the State and Gov J 0 Beckham a candidate for the Unit ed States Senate I feel it to j write to you concerning the following matters It has been brought to my certain knowledge that in 1903 when you were chairman of Gov Beckhams campaign committee a check was given you by ChasP Dehler on the Insurance Bank of Louisville and that you as chairman got the money thereon which C P Dehler was then and is now secretary of the Brewers Combine in Louisville and also secre tary of the Central Consumers Com organization which manages the allied beer and whisky interests in theState These are matters of my knowledge It is alleged however futher that this check was given you upon a distinct pledge given first by you then confirmed by Gov Beckham himself at the Tenth street depot in Louisville that in consideration there of and certain other payments made by the liquor people their interests would be safeguarded during Gov Beck hams term of office and in particular that the county unit bill should not be allowed to pass 1 am also informed that the same was pointed by Gov Beckham as a colonel on his stall and he is scow serving as such and later on received an appointment as a commissioner of the Lakeland Asylum Now I desire you Mr Hager to state to me in thereto if the check above to was given you under the pledge herein stated and whether the above are true and if in any wise false wherein are they false as I do not to do you or Gov Beckham an in condemningyou unheard I shall to hear from you within the next few days at the close of which time I shall feel free to publish this letter with whatever comments I may see tit to make Very truly yours H D C MACLACilLAN Miss Mahans Letter I received no answer from Judge Hag er but on the 17th of October leceived the following letter signed Sara W Mahan his secretary Office of S W Hager Candidate for Governor Frankfort Ky Oct 1719C6 Rev H D C Maclacblan Shelbyville Ky I am in receipt of your letter of the 15th inst addressed to Judge Hag er requesting that he you three days concerning the which are purported to have been given by Judge Hager and Gov Beck to Mr Chas P Dehler in exchange for contribution to the Democratic Campaign Committee in 1903 of Hager was Chairman Judge is absent from the city and will not re turn for several days I have talked him over the telephone in regard to ycur letter and he bids me to say to that he will not be home in time answer your letter within the time mentioned therein but to assure you he nevetuccepted any check upon its to any one nor did he see Mr or anyone else at the Tenth street depot in Louisville and made a pledge of this or any other character Upon his return here within the he will answer your letter W MAHAN Secretary The failure to answer my letter by Judge Hager himself touching a of such importance and the evasive letter of bis secretary makes It It my duty as a Christian and a friend of the cause of temperance to now pub llsh the facts within my knowledge I personally saw the check referred to it is dated Louisville 28 1903 given on the German Insurance Bank of Louisville Ky for 83 500 made payable to S W Hager chat and signed Chas P Dehler it was duly endorsed by paid through the Union Ration Blot of Louisville Now Mr Chas PI Delber is secretary of the Brewers I Combine in Louisville and also of the Off I I Shelbyville Kentucky I I Senatorial appealing Sometime area W myduty German pmy the certain Chas P ehler ape additional response referred facts desire injustice beglad thereon advise within assurances ham Judge to you to that ge week SARAH matter aid 7 Ito I I I I I with Defiler Ky October man central Consumers Cjmpany whic1 s the political orrfiinziMon whic ias chag of the allieJ bscr tad vhisUv Interests in the State It is alleged by Chas P Dehler that this check was given to Mr Hager on a distinct pledge given by Gov Beckham himself on the morning of the 28th of October 1903 at the Tenth street I in Louisville and tion thereof the liquor interest would 5j be saefiruarded during his Gov Beck e hams term of otlice and in particular fthat the county unit bill would not be allowed to pass Unit Bill Held Up It is a matter of common knowledge g that this pledge was kept and the unit Z bill held up until last Senatorial 5 I also upon examination found it to be true that Chas P Dehler gave S the check which was cashed by Mr Hag er at the Union National Bunk neces f- sarily to be used for campaign g for the benefit of Gov Beckham 3 who was then a candidate for j and Mr linger who was a candi C date for Auditor in lltOJ that said g Defiler was appointed by Gov Beckham 5 on his staff and is now serving as such and he was afterward appointed by him jj as a commissioner of the Lakeland i Asylum This 3503 whisky money was received by these now alleged g friends of temperance they the fe whisky people not give up their money without they receive proper pledges Now I am one of those who g that there should ue honor among rthieves and that a pledge given to the whisky interests is as binding upon a S roan of honor as one given to a more the liquor dealers will break it also with the Anti Saloon League whenever it is to his interest to do so What the temperance people want is not advocacies of their cause but honest men in power Shall the tern pjruucc vote of this State be cast for P men who are not only proved corrupt but faithlessly corrupt It is said that the election of Gov Beckham and Mr Ilager will mean a victory for temper fc ance because it will teach politicians of this State hereafter to respect the temperance vote S With all due deference it of the sort politicians know very well the truein wardness of the campaign and Gov Bscklnm and Mr I Hager selection will only teach them a the temperance voters of Kentucky i may be made catspaws and playthings of for the private any designing J politicians who care to degrade a high and moral issue to the level of ward heeling f II D C MACLACIILAN Minister of the Christian Church I Shelbyville Ky Two Voting Places Advertisement The vote for Congressman will be taken next Tuesday at your regular voting place and the vote in the Dem ocratic primary for the nomination of candidates for State olllces and for U S Senator will be taken in a diff erent booth By virtue of the rules laid down by the authorities of the Democratic party those who wish to vote in the primary are required to first vote for Congressman though they will not be required to state at the primary booth how they voted in the Congressional race The Demo cratic congressional campaign commit tee suggests that this be kept in mind to avoid confusion Important Notice Each member of the Congressional Democratic Campaign Committee for Garrard county is urgently requested to act as a member of the steering committee during the election next Tuesday and to notify the voters at their respective precincts that there are two voting places and that those who desire to vote in the State Pri mary are expected to vote first in the Congressional race and then go to the Primarv booth It is also suggested that the committee remind the voters of the fact that a vote in the circle under the rooster is a vote for non Harvey Helm which means a vote for Equal Rights to all and a vote a gainst Centralization of Power High Protective Tariff Trusts the unlaw ful aggregation of Wealth and all those pernicious doctrines which are against the general welfare M D Hughes chm G BSwinebroad secy Services At Methodist Church Preaching every first and third Sab bath and every Sunday night Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 oclock Services at McKendrie church every second and fourth Sunday mornings tf Card of Thanks Mr Editor We ask the use of you columns to extend devout and warmest thanks to the many and all friends and neighbors for their sympathy and material help extended to us so willing ly during the sickness and death of our dear boy Willie Jas Smith and family Great Sale Saturday Nov 10th The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian Church will give an ADVERTISING SALE Consisting of the choicest articles from the various advertising firm throughout the United States ToH articles fruit trees flowers shrubs table delicacies and for sale in Harriss Public Square 2t depot that in consldera campaign purposes Governor o e opinion will do nothing The I I I 1 confections beleiv trumped up ends of store r Danville Ky SPECIAL SAbE LONG KID GLOVES 12 button length Suede Kid Gloves Black and White only 150 16 button length Suede Kid Gloves Black and White 200 pair 8 button length Glace Kid Gloves in Black Tans and Greys at 200 12 button length Glace Kid Gloves in Black Grays Tans and Reds at 250 16 button length Glace Kid Gloves in Black Browns Tans Reds Green and Evening shades at 325 pair We have all told of the above 350 pairs and cannot replenish the stock except at an ad vance of nearly onehalf more than advertised prices so we advise prompt purchases s fat yfti gg g SKifi rFTTT 82225X 231 rar J f9 y 4iWiV sW Danville Ky l4flrf Blq I I J W ai 9vy J1AJ i n2rII m mJ13 a r1 i- 1- 4S BIG Bargains Our prices will interest you and no better fence is made Come Early and Save Money flneldn Brothers a tit MI 1LIIIJ II I I I I I I I I 1i Wire Fence ww J A Beazley er i lJn irteriai 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 t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Pollee Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS PARIS Dentist Once over store Danville at WmHerndon Den D Herndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store r I k R 1 f J I r etib For a stylish haircut or easy shave go to Heir Dmcans BarberShop y k w a t f i 7 i f 3 Corn Corn I am in the market for your corn and will pay the highest cash mar ket price See me before you sell COAL COAL COAL Send in your wagons we always have ccal in stock can please you both in price and quality When in need of Flour Salt Field Seed or any thing in the feed line see me Car fresh SALT just received BANKS HUDSON i areHere line of Hats that you cannot find elsewhere nearer and they are the 1 NEWEST STYLES directrom the factory i See our SHOES also before you buy and we M have just gotten a new line of Ascot Ties ffl HEMPfllLL WEST FALL and WINTER Millinery Our stock is now all in and readyfor your inspection We extend a cordial invi lateen to the public to tall Mrs Ada Kinnaird mmMMMMMMM H H g g ug 3 i a H 0 G w Corn IfQ1I 4W I f I I Thy I A new m than Louisville I Iij 1 I m I I t l X l I0I Xe1 t i3 i i j I 444 X44444 440 4440 l 4 IN THE FALLis the best time to paint because the weather is settled then and one doesnt have to contend with the moisture that is usually in a building after the winter snows and the spring rains And the best paint to use is 4 THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTZyF It is made to cover well look well and wear well It V always does just what you ex pect it to do and it never goes wrong if rightly applied Its very economical Use it and youll be satis fied I SULW J- mMcHoberts Drug Store v eee I THE National Bank Of Lancaster Oaital 50000 SlrJIYS 10000 A R DENNY President J E STOKIIESYice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F AIBt Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Robinson E Stormes- S CDeooy cJ1 J Robinson Caahr- n Alex B Denny AC John WB WILL Keep Your Safefey i s Ye Solicit You BuiieiI LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poet Office in Lancaster Kva SecondClou Vail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Kyt November 2 1906 Local Happenings Election next Thuesday Thursdaythe29th has been ed for Thanksgiving Remember the bond question when you go into the booth next Tuesday First vote for Congressman then go to the other booth and vote in the State Primary There being no opposition to Hon R H Tomlinson his is the only name on the town ballot for Mayor Tinder will return in time his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday at the usual hours Rev G W Young the temperance evangelist did not fill his appointment here Sunday other engagement pre The residence of W B Mason caught tire Saturday afternoon and the kitch en was badly damaged before the flames were extingusibed I As Rev Mr Brown is engaged in a protracted meeting at Mt Carmel there will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday I The Richmond Business College wants fifty bright young men and 1 women to prepare for good positions Has placed number of graduates with calls for more 2t Every man and woman should enter the Richmond Business College j at once and prepare for good positions Prof Lippold has call for more gradua tes than he can supply Superior ad vantages Positions guaranteed Raw newspaper has advanced nearly fifteen cents on the hundred poundsI within the past month Everything I used in a printing office is higher than known and no drop in prices seems in sight A few are kicking on the bond issue to repair the Court House but they should turn from the error of their way and help secure a suitable place in vnich to hold court and store the re cords of the county Again The Record warns parties to stay oft the hose wagon when it is hauled to a fire It is not only dangerous but makes the load too heavy to get the wagon along at a rapid pace Keep oil Will Preach Sunday Bro Tinder writes that he will fill his pulpit Sunday at usual time or will have Rev Willis to do so for him Bro Tinder is holding a very success ful meeting at Clintonville Bourbon county A special train was run by the N from Richmond to Stanford hear Senator McCrearys speech and the coaches were crowded A brass band made music and the crowd was a happy tine indeed Cooking Class at Work The cooking class taught by Mrs Nannie Johnston meets in the county court room and is progressing nicely Mrs Johnston is an expert instructor Cheap Trip to California This office has a round trip ticket to California either San Francisco Angeles which we will dispose a very low figure Ticket good return ing until Jan 1st tirstclass passage Will sell cheap if sold Address J M H care Central Record 2t We trust our readers will pardon the use of so much political matter in this and recent editions of The Record All of it is paid for at advertising rates It money and lots of it to have type set and buy raw paper and we must charge for printing com munlcations Election Returns Election returns will be received at the circuit court room next Tuesday night The room will be comfortably heated and good order preserved Admission only 25c Returns from all over the state by both telepraph and telephone Posting Up Mr J W Elmore who is to be cashier of the new Garrard Bank and Trust Co has been in Paint Lick this receiving instructions in soma of the latest and most up to date methods of used by Mr WGKemper who is one of the best cashiers in the state Mr Elmore is a very popular man and will make many friends for the new institution Erroneous Report Mr W H Travlor of Gilberts Creek asks The Record to the report that he Jias stopped selling liquor at hIs distillery You will be waited 00 any day in the week but positively not on Sunday Mr Travlor who has just returned from a trip North is greatly improved in health much fo the gratification of his many friends and they hope toilet Is t at vas to eat A r rm II C rRM PQijJoUft pep nm and I mEld M ill venting 1 iJ iJ just iI iJ young iI 11 ever Land day to accommodate those wanting atone costs I correct rct IS Iartuad WeeklytOtla I design F being T highly 0 banking bra pet- M w rat week j ton to ten to to to of is ty or in pe itroyed by flEe fonday UJorijng County Judo Ford has had a row of tine trees placed around the court house Cousin Charley Grimes the veteran tree man did the work Judge L W Bethurum republican candidate for congress spoke at the court house Monday afternoon His speech coos highly complimented by those who heard it The Ladies Missionary Society of the Presbyteriau Church will hold a Bazaar on Saturday December 8tb Eatibles home made candyuseful fancy articles for sale tf Lancaster friends extend deep sym pathy to Mr and Mrs A J Rice on the death of their 15 month old daughter who died home in Hedgeville Sutfday The remains were buried at Stanford Monday Stage Line Sold D Gulley has sold the Buckeye stage line to JBert Soper who will take charge of same Monday Mr Gulley has decided to move to Lexing and will have sale of household goods Saturday at two oclock On next Tuesday those who desire vote in the State Primary will be expected to first go to the regular place and vote for Hon Harvey Helm the Democratic nominee for Congress by putting the stencil in the under the rooster A Worthy Case The Record is requested to call at of our people to the destitute condition of lady Mrs Mike Gallagher who lives near the Henry Patterson place on Buckeye pike She has four children Is sick and in need of food and clothing Any dona lions left at The Record office will be sent to her Prisoners Removed The Garrard county jail being un sate since Ball sawed the bars of one to send East to Danville and Simpson the Stanford jail Lancaster officers delivered them to the jailors of these Monday night The Danville News is trolley when it says they were removed by reason of mob violence Saws Jail Bars Ollie Ball charged with horse sawed out of the Lancaster jail and made bis escape Saturday morning The yaws were made of case knives Ball was recently captured by Deputy Sheriff Dick Moore and was sent the asylum but made his escape and was again captured by Mr Moore Its a safe bet that Dick will soon have Ball behind the bars again Help to Housekeepers Zimmers Restaurant has arranged have soups of different kinds each day and will supply families in any quantities from five cents worth up the very best materials fresh and iotWill have beef vegetable and mock turtle soup ready for you on shortest notice This will be a great help to housekeepers and they will appreciate the enterprise Send up your bucket and try itt Only One Candidate The name of Hon R H for mayor is the only one on the town ballot to be voted for next Tuesday There is a difference of opinion as this being the proper time to elect a some claiming the appointment of Mr John M Duncan to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Ed Bishop holds until next year MrTomlinsons friends are positive that the election next Tuesday will be legal As there only one name on the ticket the ballot is very small being about the size of a slice of boardinghouse pie The Cooking Sohool A large number of Lancaster ladles taking advantage of the to become experts in the culniary art by attending the cooking school be log taughe by Mrs Nannie Johnston in the county court room The vexing ser vant problem alone is enough to warrat rather force the good women to experts in this line while the opportunity of learning to prepare the many dainty dishes is seldom to be had a country town Mrs Johnston is conceded to be the best instructor in the state and members of her class are more than delighted with their The price is only fifty cents a lesson and pupils can enter at any time The class will continue for two weeks longerThe following menu will be prepared on the dates given Thursday Nov 1st potato Rolls Tomato Puree Chick en and Nut Timbals Plum Pudding Foamy Ssuce Friday Nov 2nd Baked Fish with Parisenne Potatoes Eggs a la Reine Brains in border of Rice Orange Pudding Saturday Nov 3rd FIsh Pudding with Pimento Trio bals Trimbal shells Pastry and Nut Fruit Cake Monday Pastry Wednesday Nov 7th Salads Thursday Nov 8tb Oyster Bisque Cheese Straws Fancy Sandwiches Angel Cake Friday Nov 9th Cakes NovlO Ices and Confections Monday Nov 12th a la France Stuffed rep Chicken Croquettes Caramel and Nut Bavarian this out as it will not appear again 1 font lers trlli tiao l1 IiI VMl1i hoq vera do and vot- Ing circle a widow of the cells Judge Ford deemed It best outs threatened stealing fresh and hot These soups are made mayor becoming progress Nov5th rs fl0yi 1maa ay mylwat ati their tow Tomlla Lon are oppor Cruel Chocolate Cheese Balls Cat r sK r xr at urday sent ed The sent ter not were an the And the as of to of Tho Coitfltrewlonal District 0eichor3 Afisotjlatipn u 6t this olty the Baptist oliuich and Sat A great many teachers were here from adjoining counties while nearly every line in Garrard was prc Prof Matinix president prestd and the program as published III Record was carried out to the satisfaction and enjoyment of all pre The principal addresses were delivered byHun J A Sullivan of Rich mond Prof II K Traylor of Winches and Prof J C Lewis of London These addresses were greatly enjoyed only by the teachers but by a great many of our citizens who attended the sessions The next meeting will in Burgin The following officers elected President Prof Clarence Adams of Burgin vice president of Junction City Miss Bettle M Robinson of The next meeting will not until October 1907 Obituary Willie Smith sun of Jas Smith died Thursday morning Oct the 25th after illness of four weeks of typhoid fev er lIe was born 28th of January 1890 He was nearing his 17th birthday It seems a pity for one so young to away from the arena of life but Book of Books says somewhere the good are taken from the evil to come it intimates also that the worldh minded never see it that way Buj testimony of the neighbors and especially those he worked for Willie Smith was a good faithful buy One business man In the town for whom he labored said to the writer some days be fore died Willie Smith was the Best boy I ever saw Miss Sallie Tarlton the nurse who was him ten nights and days before he died said Ive seen many die but 1 never saw one so calm peaceful and triumphant he lIe was a wonder to Miss balle why He knew God He knew Him in the forgiveness of sins and in keeping power When I said to him ten days before he died How is it with your soul He turned his large dark eyes upon me aswering Brother Williams his presence is with me all the time and his will is mine He came to the clear knowledge of the fact some days before he died that i he and was near and these are the words of his prayer Lord Jesus you know how I am suffering here take me to your self put me in my mothers arms and let rest forever He joined the Methodist Church in his seventh year lived a Christian life tho a boy and died a Christian not resigned but triumphant Thanks unto God for victory through our Lord Christ J H Willians Pastor dist church Lancaster Ky IN MEMORIAM Henry Clay Jennings was born at the family homestead in Garrard eighty two years ago and passed to his reward at his residence in on the 25th of October 190C He was educated at the best schools of his and devoted the greater part of his life to agricultural pursuits He was marries to Mary Smith who died leaving a son Leslie who not long survive her and an daughter who grew to and is now living Mr sings was united in marriage with Mary daughter of the late Judge Samuel Lusk one of Gar rards wealthiest and most prominent citizens Of this union there were three children Sin Lida Orand de ceased J Bradford Jennings and Mrs Margaret Williams who with their mother survive Also Mrs of the flrst marriage Funeral services were conducted at his late residence on Richmond street Friday Eld F M Tinder assisted Rev c S Ellis officiating after which the remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Henry Clay Jennings ancestors were old Virginians of the high selfre specting type of citizenship that pre claims Anglo Saxon blood Of up right i honorable principle and correct living He was a worthy de scendant of such a race He was a man of fine presence and pleasing interesting in conversation and genial In companionship He was strong in his affections and warm in his friendships His happiness was in his home and the keynote to his social life was the hospitality whose latch string is always found on the outside He was a close reader of standard and was conversant with the vital questions of his generation He discussed fluently the current topics the day as well as the traditions of his fathers and the historic facts of the ages In his convictions he was distinctly partisan and once assured that be was right he yielded no He was a consistent and prominent member of the Christian church having been an elder for many years In his religious observances he was actuated not only by the desire do right but he appreciated also in an intellectual way the forceful of pulpit eloquence Tohear mark and inwardly digest was the rule of his life He passed away full of years by his beloved wife his dren and grandchildren the youngest whom only a few weeks old received the name of the dying grandfather Longing for his release he with resignation and peace yielded up his spirit to his Maker art gone to the but we not deplore thee Though sorrow darkness encom pass tomb Thy Savior passed through its portal before And the of ills love is thy light through the gloom Old Papers for sale us udgNla H i beheld 0 Peratt secretary Lancaster beheld betaken county Lancaster day Miss In 1864 D Lusk Mr Mary Anderson afternoon by walk address literature compromise teach- Ings surrounded folly Thou E J t liluhtil Friday Pro- C Jess Diet ho din J chi conversed beautiful and D Potts t Yr V j J f work pay first in like ed the j2TS rf Z Z Z ray v TT Z3 X Z 73B NOVEMBER 6th 1906 The Court House of Garrard County was built 1869 37 years ago gest that the building is in a delapidaled condition and nerds over hauling In order that the proper County Authorhes may order the done to put it in proper condition and appropriate the furds to for the work and material the law requires that the question lo submitted to a vote of the people and in confonniug with the re requirements of the law the question is submitted for approval or rejection at the regular November election 1906 There is no politics this matter but is addressed to the consideration of all citizens a because tat The cupalo on the Court House is liable to fall off at any time and thus endangers the lives of many people 2nd The two vaults in the Court House contain the pubic records of the county It is the opinion of competent architects that neither of these vaults are fire proof In the event the Court House should burn all the public records would be destro3ed causingalmost endless litigation and vexation to the people not to consider the great expense to replace the records where same could be done 3rd On account of the delapidated condition of the building the window lights in the Circuit Court room are constantly blowing out and the rain falling on the Circuit Court Room Floor causes the plus tering to fall from the ceiling of the lower offices making them uiuafefor occupancy 4th The present state of the Circuit Court Room it is most impossible to keep it comfortable for the holding ofCourt at the March and November terms of Circuit Court 5th There are no suitable rooms for the petit jury in the Court Howe 6th The Grand Juries of the two terms of Court last passed have threatened to indict the County for not providing a more suitable comfortable and sanitary place for the holding of Circuit Court 7th The Grand Juries at the two terms of Court last pass have by their written reports after examining the condition of Court House recommended the repairing and overhauling the Court House 8th The rate of taxation would not be raised and the people would pay no more taxes than they pay at the present time gilt The repairing of the Court House was recommended by the Grand Jury of the two last terms of the Circuit Court the Circuit Judge Fiscal Court County Judge County Attorney County Officers Members of the Bar and many of the prominent of the County and by the Chairmen of the Democratic and Re publican parties of Garrard loth The Building is needing the repairing and the work done now may save the expenditure of many thousand dollars a few years hence 1 1 th The Financial condition of the County justifies the expendi ture of sufficient money to secure comfortable neat and Sanitary building for the people and for the holding of Court The voting of the bonds for this purpose will be for the of every citizen of Garrard county and remember your taxes will not be increased one cent The only object of the vote is to authorize the bond issue TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING I We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut prices We would like to explain to you the working ofa system of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD t 7 for lll BonCt I ll theseintervening Businessmen County 12th benefit nrnrnrnrnrrrnrnrnrnr11r n I I E i a E E I a UiUAUiU1UiU1U UiUiU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUS property In v ii ShoiidVoto tnrmnrntntnimni ir rJr 1 cernra FREEC By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 YOUR YESF If od need the attention of a Scientific apt 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 neces nary Instrment the knowledge and tbe practice If you need glasses you need them now and you need only one kind and that is the right kind We are of the finest optical schools in thiscountry We fit glasses to every known defectof vision that glasses will Guarantee satisfaction in every case If you have headaches that medicine has failed to relieve come direct to us are near or far sighted and to see we willrelieve you and place you on equality withthose born more fortunate your children ire cross eyed and defective vision we can fit them in a satisfactory man nor What we are looking for is the critical cases the difflcinet ones that others have to fit satisfactory because we have the necessary meth probe deep down into the defects of that and adjust the troabto ik satisfactory graduates have o unseen Y correct you unable failed organ a manner 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 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 propessional men for whom we have done work Onr business was established in Nicholasville in 1890 and we have made the spectacle business 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 Silver ware and a general lino of the finest goods money can buy Your patronage solicited Will tf Nicholasville Ky W Robert ter I PPWM PSW eores Heaters always please Burns Its Smoke SAVES FUEL Heats Your House A trial will convince you MOUNT FRONT We have just received a full line of uptodate Fall goods The best line of values ever offered to the people of this part of Kentucky Alter several weeks of careful selection from the best markets of the land we can now offer to the public a of late style season effects consisting of Mens Boys and Youths Suits Overcoats Shoes and Furnishing Goods Dry Goods Woolens such as Cheviots Worsteads Cashmeres Etc- b Also Dress Goods in latest shades and colors and Ladies arid Foot wear at a great reduction Mr Patterson the proprietor of the Blue Front has gained 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 per cent cheaper than elsewhere From now until Christ mas we ask you to watch the test by comparison Bring your dollar and see how for it will go Very Respectfully Blue FrontH PATTERSON Prop The Working Mans Friend TERMS CASH w BLUE CloaksCoats Airy 4 a a display 7 Its a sinful shame to neglect ycmrchilds Start them out right by giving them a BALDWIN West Herndon Lancaster Kentucky SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY TfeWSCeVEEtt Wyrao arajmHf wf wu cured with M in 3 BAYS rJ RHEUMATISM CURE Sold to Druggists Also sold by F P FBISBIE DruggUt I MusicalEducation ffnl with KwetyIMJt tHEtlMATISM Bet 1 PIMP AIi ll I1lJ 1art Denny SSSCo Coiumhu 0 aI Millinery Our stock is now arriving and we have The Prettiest Stock In Central Ktf We invite every body to call and look at the latest and handsomest creations Everything UptoDate Mrs Alexander Walter CASTORIAFor Tli Have Always Bwglt Bears the I fAll and WINTER I I I I II I I I OOOH 111111 J KIM Yu Signature of aoj9coooocooooooosoi I tI a i B Personal Mention Dr A S Price of Stanford was hero SundaySenator George Farris was at home this week Mrs G C Faris was a visitor in Lou Jsville this week Miss Frankie Kaufman has returned from Hustonvllle Miss Ressle Mae Lear visited friends in Stanford Monday Miss Eliza Pike of Brodhead is with Garrard friends Mrs Ike Hamilton is visiting rela tives in Buena Vista Mr Chenault Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Dr Marshall Denny of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Mr Stephen Walker and bride are at home from their bridal tour Mrs Frazee of Maysville is visiting tier sister Mrs H C Jennings Mrs J H Hardin of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs Alex Walker Mr Crenshaw of Carlisle is visiting his Mrs F M Tinder Messrs Lawis Gill and William West were visitors in Danville this week Misses Margaret and Joan Mount were in Danville Friday shopping Mrs Susan Salter has returned from a visit to relatives in Miss Abbie Taylor of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs C C Browr Mrs Mary Rice and Virgil Rice ot Danville have been visiting relatives here Mrs Nannie Johnston of Paris is with Mrs D M Lackey for about ten days Mrs Nevius of Stanford has been visiting her son Mr J Nevius Water streetMiss Jennie BArnside of Brvants ville has been visiting Miss Lizzie HudsonMiss Mattie Brent Johnston of Paris is the charming guest of Miss Jennie Lackey Mrs L H Davis of Lexington has been the guest of friends and relatives in this county Miss Isabel Walker entertained very charmingly Mr Steven Walker and bride this week Mrs George Farris who was quite sick the first of the week is very much improved today Mr Charles Collier of Middlesboro been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James Collier Mr and Mrs Jesse Arnold have moved to the George Evans house on Stanford Avenue Our good friend Mr John K West who has been sick the past week is improving slowly Messrs William Burton and Frank Marksbnry were in Wilmore on a trip Monday Miss Elizabeth Johnson left to her sister Mrs E T Minor of Louisville Mrs Eliza Ballard and daughter Miss Mayme Lee of Bryantsviile were visitors here Saturday Mr George Evans and sister Mrs Martha Lusk left yesterday for Flori da to spend the winter Miss Pollie Traylor of Stanford has been the pleasant visitor of Miss Herndon for several days The many friends of Mr A R Denny are glad to hear that he is Improving slowly from a protracted illness Mrs William Anderson and Mrs Roe Young have been the guests of Mrs John C Miller of NIcholasville Master Joseph Ballou has been quite ill for several days We trust our little friend will be soon restored to health Mrs Mary M Taylor of Louisvill arrived Monday for a several months visit to her daughter Mrs C C Brown Mrs Fannie Bryant Mrs John Brv ant and daughter Miss Elizabeth were the guests of Mrs John Ballard MondayMr Indorf of Harrodsburg has accepted a position In the Blue Front store and is making many friends in our city Miss Lucy Hart Gregory was in Dan vine this week to attend the funeral of Mr Samuel A Vansickle father of her friend Miss Emma Vansickie Mrs Mary L Anderson left for Van Buren Kv to resume hi r work Mrs Anderson has been State organizer of the of the Macca bees with excellent success old friend Mr Patrick Dooley in ordering the number on his Central Record changed writes that he is getting along nicely in Los An geles has built a new house and is well and happy regards to his friends in Garrard Somerset Eddie Baker and Miss Flonnie Catron of Lancaster were married at the home of Rev O P McMahan Tuesday even Ing at seven Mr Baker is a prosperous buainess man of Garrard county and Miss Catron is a of Mr Samuel Tate of this city and is a lady of splendid accomplishments We extend con gratulationsIt gratifying news to the friends of Mr Q T Wallace Jr who is now at Wilmington N C in tne of the Atlantic Coast Lane Co to learn he has lately teen promoted to position o Chief Clerk to Mr E Borden Supt of I I tt 0 r Duncanof daughter business visit Annie yesterday Ladles street Hesends MountaineerMr o clock granddaughter employ Railway r a Pa her Bryant ville Wednesday Our young that the e Transportation ofDUO of Uifttjlvjuraoj of the afore R H Go at a salary He had previously been in the employ of company at Wilmington as stenographer but about a year ago accepted a Govern Want position at Washington vVith the Panama Canal Commission the first of October he returned to Wilmington and is very much pleased with his position and surroundings Mr Chenault Elmore his cousin is with him and in the employ of the same Company tq the same wwrr4 handsome About results from chronic constipation which a quickly cured by Dr Kings New Lire Pills They remove all pps dnoiis germs from system ann III fuse new life and viyoi cure sore stomach imusiu headache dizziness and colic without griping or discom fort 25c Guaranteed by R E Mr Roberts druggist 1m Remember we are the tinners arid plumbers 18 years of experience tf Haselden Bra w Pqlllof1ln 1 I I wrr MaYYeloed the BUSINESS and BARGAINSL J Superior Wheat Drills The name tells the true story tf Haselden Bros Elkin Bros will give you a good deal on country produce 28 tf Our number is 2J not 23 928 tf Elkin Bros For fresh and guranteod goods see Walker Phone 83 2t Dont fail to see the lit hats just received at West Ed C Gaines sells you flowers at the same price the llorist would sell you he paying all expenses Call phone 100 tf There is no drill better than the Superior Wheat for sale by Haselden Bros tf Pure Cannel load just In try it 2t Banks Hudson We have absolutely the biggest and best line of heating stoves ever shown in Lancaster Haselden Bros See Elkin Bros for everything in the meat line 028 tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades We have just received a new line eva porated fruits Currey Elerndon Heating stoves from 150 up tf Ilaseld6n Bros A complete df Lowneys Candy in all size boxed We it fresh tf irisbies Store Say We have the latest creations in lap robes Haselden Bros tf Best country lard at the Garrard Grocery at 12cts per lb We have a few Kentucky wheat drills Come get one at a reduced price tf Romans Elmore 54 Extra nice feeding cattle for Salr T Yates Hudson Danville or Marcellus Ky Our own make of Extract Vanilla is absolutely the purest best va nilla you can use goes further 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 Has elden Bros store Call and sec it tf We have the largest and most care fully selected line of of can goods ever brought to this City It Currey Herndon We are exclusive in ter for Lowneys Fine Candy We keep their full and al tf Call and get your jewelry or watch which has been repaired and is wait ing for you Dont delay tf Thompson the Jeweler Canary For Sale Golden beauty strain Birds in song Miss Fannie Bishop3t Call at the Grocery on Depot street and get best country Bacon at 13cts per Ib we also pay highest market price for country produce Frisbies Almond cures the skin soft and white sticky or greasy Only 15c I tf Frisbie 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 a line of 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 can order See em save money tf A good Jersey cow and a one year od Jersey heifer also a Duroc Jersey sow and six pigs that weigh about 251bs F M Tinder Strayed About Oct 27 from my place in Lancaster two black Berkshire gilts about 120 to 140 pounds Re ward for information leading to Address The B card once tt Farm For Sale I have a No I good farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which Iwant to sell at once farm is in good stats of cultivation good corn and to bacco good orchard of 5 or 6 acres 6 room dwelling house and stable crops testify as to quality of land Price 200000 if at once Has It Occurred To Aou that it is really beat are Guying coal you pay slitte clinkers and various foreign matter all weighing ounces to the Our Banne Coal is heat It is clean hot and makes an easi ly regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner else can ply it J A Jones I I U In II coalcar k guarantee II Drug dEn ancas B assor nt waysfresb Frlsbles DI Store area chapped bands face and lips makes bandsomesamples ForSale weight Kytfnot Yet ocb all It bUrns all sop 4 t thing phill agent Birds New Garrard I of you recovery land a for sixteen 814 Couches and Davenports at J C Rob insons tf Carpets and Rugs at J C Robinsons tf for use in your tobacco barn tf Haselden Bros Fresh Oysters and Celery this week It Currey Herndon Fish and Oysters at Elkin Bros Friday and Saturday tf Gans Guns Guns we have them tf Haselden Bros We will pay 22ctsper dozen for eggs A good second hand Organ for sale by J C Robinson tf The finest and largest line of buggy rugs seen in Lancaster going at a sacrifice Romans Elmore tf Buy you tinware Granitware stove pipe shovels and coal buckets form Currey Herndon It Save Telephone acid Express by or dering line cut from Ed C GainesSubject to vour approval and on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designes a Special tf Buggy 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 thug Cholera Medicine is the best and cheapest medicine you can use with your hogs It not only but cures hog cholera- tf Frisbies Drug Store We keep a first class line of all kinds of Vegestables at all time It Currey IIerndom Come in and see the latest thing in heating stoves Burns its own smoke tf Haselden Bros Salt fresh car just arrived excel lent for curing meats Banks Hudson House Wanted I want to rent a small house located In Lancaster for the year 1JOt write to Ben F Potts Teatersvilie Ky tf Dont forget we have the best and freshest line of Candy in town It Currey Herndon Buggies are going cheap We are closeing out our stock tf Romans Elmore My house and premises situated one mile from town on new Danville pike consisting of 2J acres of land ana all necessary out buildings If not sold shortly will rent for the year 1007 tf C W Anderson Citizens living in the vacinity of Bryantsviile Buckeve Paint Lick arid Hubble having occasion to use desigus and fiirneral Mowers reverse charge on phone 100 Flowers delivered on short notice tf I Deal In Farms 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 buy write for my list it shows bargains W T Ewing Real Estate Agency tf Harrodsburg Ky 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 Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary American Veterinary Medical Associa 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 guar anteed by Mount Elkin tf We carry a complete stock of all siz es of window glass in both single and double strengths By an improved process we make a specialty of cut glass of odd or uneven sizes with perfect accuracy Our prices are the lowest Frisbies Drug Storetf Three Good Farms For Sale Having decided to quit farming I privately all or my landed 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 GO 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 New Garrard 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 oeef at low prices F M Mulflnger meat cutter and Phone 58 Business College Organized Sep 1905 and has prosper ed under patronage and at the suggestion of Danville Schools is now of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School Short hand and ing t the most approved modes and For particulars apply to D B Harris Ky a24tt Charcoal GroceryCo ever wers I I I IFor Sale Notice I II I I I I I817 I I I wills en 1 I 111 co 1 Pr1 i received prevents i estate manager Danville The course apart BooK Kinspmro 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 Water Bottles all kinds and sizes Fountain Syringes all stylesand shapes 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 Ujitodate Drug Store FRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I ti rm I I I I I I I I 2 1 w We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITA 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 M COY B L ARNOLD J B WOODS E L WOODS- W C FISH I R G GUYN II Due oroas- s J8 BURROWS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels RIght Side Up Either Way Ingrain 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 Linoliura 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 ROBINSON II ANYTHING FURNITURE I r All Wool LEWIS Y President LEAYELL JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tbe GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SM SURPLUS M MB F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKBB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON BT Hudson J J alker T M Arnold W ORIGNBY Asst Cashr F Assimilating ling theSt I A iheroodandRegula nessandItestContains neither nor NOT MARC OTIC Remedy for Sour Worms ness OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK Promo s estionCheerrul al4D Ju14SJJ1JIn r w Constipation and Loss J4wiiibs JJ I EXACT BETTIS Mr and Mrs Will Watklng are rejoic Ing over the arrival of a son Rev of Lancaster will preach at Pleasant Hill school house Sunday Nov 4th at 3 P M Mr Me Williams was called to the bed side of his son at Mt Hebron Sunday who is reported in a very critical con CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Williams Inside facts soon become evident in ouUldt symptoms Da G G GREEN aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can noted by anyone of average in itelligence There no disease known that gives ao many of its approach as consumption and no serious can so reached the medicine used is Dr Boscheea German which is made to cure consumption It the early stages that German Syrup should when in the cough that wont the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the weakening of the expectoration no matter how your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your Syrup will surely effect a it has bottles Regular size 75 At all druggists For sale by R E IHcRoberti THE Laundry Question Say brother this is the point Did you work The LAUNDRYturns this town and we have the agency so thats what we want you to bear in Friday Afternoon I will call and deliver all packages Phone me to come for your work next and 1 will appreciate your business Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY andchecked warnings- are cureas apparentlyhopeless laundrydont MN noonTuesday thisline The accompanied New n CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Yo CITY dition Chestnuts aie plentiful in the Hall Gap section and several from the place had tbe pleasure of going hunting the latter part of last week Mr Lee Austin has sold his farm he recently purchased from Park Jenkins to Mr Simpson and will leave in a few weeks for Indiana We regret very much to give Mr Austin up and hope he will be welcome in that community and TAR CURES Coughs PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption F toys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Honey and Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember this name FeteyS Honey and refuse any substitute offered Do nottake chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foleys Honey and Tar that costs you He Mere and is safe and certalm in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said He Had Consumfitlon E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eightyears ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey and Tar which gave me BO much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs that time 100The two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six timM u much Sill All IECHHEIKI IY For sole by C C J E Stormes FOLEYSHONEY and strengthens results coughsthe developInto Tarand since Colds Foley and rtlIIIlIlUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlllIllallllllIIIIIII IIIIUI I FOR SALE I 200 BLUE G ASS PEBISwrite for list or on J WE1more Eue CL leyHARROlSBURG call KEZ1TUCKYS- SUSUhSSSISSSPUhISSSSI1SSSSISSSSSSHuSIsSIIisflsu ssssisiss BitiANTHVXLLE Mr Smith has bean spending several days in Louisville Mrs Will a few of her friends at dinner Friday Mr George Lawson of Oklahoma has been visiting relatives here Dr Durham sold his property here to Mr Solomon Childers for 1100 Quite a number from here attended the horse sales at Wilmore Monday Misses Mattie Boner and Clara Ben nett visited friends Jessamine last weekMiss Margaret was the uest of Miss Mayme Ballard last week Mr Jerry Combs and wife of Jessa mine visited Mr and Mrs W L Glass week v Miss Mattie who has been sick for some time is very much improvedMr Dickerson and family of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr W A Dicberson and wife Miss Camilla Stevens of Valdosta Ga arrived Monday for a short visit to Miss Mayme Lee Ballard BEUNA VISTA Miss Alice Scott and Annie Sechaest are onthe sick list H A Spoonamore who has been quite ill is slowly recovering The meeting at Mt increases in interest Come and hear Bro Brow leyMiss Moddelle King of Campbell Hagermao has been at home for a few daysMr Oscar Lane and children of ville spent Sunday with the family of J F Ruble Miss Bella Arnold aud Mr Miles of Lancaster were guests of Miss Vir ginia King Sunday Miss will leave in two weeks for Mississippi where she will spend the winter with relatives Dr Jackson of Danville assisted by Dr Elliott operated upon Master Wil liam Scott Saturday The patient is nicely Miss Bessie Bolton has returned from a visit to relatives in Harrods burg She was accompained by her cousin Miss Mary Vansant I MAKKSBU11Y John Simpson sold a lot of corn to Dr W M Elliot at 200 delivered- N P Cobb sold about luG barrels of corn to Jeff Dunn of Bryantsville at 200 per barrel MrsTl Herring and Misses Sallie and Lee Herring were in Danville Monday shopping Mr Jim Collins and sister Miss Mary of Madison county were visitors of Mr N P Cobb and wife the latter part of last week Jonah Marsee sold a road horse to Mr MeWilliams of Upper Garrard for 9000 Mr Marsee also bought a pair of good work mules for 270 Mr and W Woods Mr and Mrs Charles Burdette Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins and Mrs Belle Perkins spent Sunday with Mr Crit Eubanks and wife at Hubble Pollard daughter of Mr Leonard Pollard and wife died at her home near here on last Friday aftei noon of typhoid fever She was burled In the Fork cemetery Saturday morn ing at ten oclock The many friends of the family here extend deepest sympathy in their sorrow PAINT LICK Mrs Jack Adams of Lancaster spent several days here recently Mesdames Guy Rice leman were in Richmond shopping Saturday G Kemper and wife have one to St Louis for a ten days visit friendsMiss Royston has accepted a position at Dorchester Va and left for that place Saturday Miss Kate Ely our mantua maker tells us she gets more sewing than she can do Miss Kate is the only one who ever had an upto date establish ment in our town and deserves the patronage of the people She has accordion pleater and is do all kinds of nice work Mrs Elizabeth Shumate died at her home here of consumption aged 52 years She was a member of the Pres tyterian Church and a good Christian woman who numbered her friends by legions She will be greatly missed here where she had made her home for twenty six years Her sisters Mrs Robert L Slater and Miss Eliza Yeaky of West Port Ind were at her bedside and have our deepest sympathy in their sorrow She was conscious to the last and expressed her willingness to go and almost her last words were I am happy The turlal occurred in the Lancaster Cemetery Saturday morning at eleven o clock in the presence of a large concourse of friends- A Card of Thanks We wish to thank the people of Paint Lick and vicinity for their kindness and never tiring efforts to our sister during her llnessand especially do we wish to thank Dr Carmon Their kindness be remembered by us Mrs Slater Miss Eliza Yeaky f J lot Swope entertained Tom nson last Adams quite 011 vet Mary Askins do- Ing MrsJ Miss Lennie and Pattie Eng Mr W anew prepared- to wiU ever Robt L fOlInllonYAllDTAR 1MaIa lOIEnITAR aeijs I 0 lures resuis By Its Use tfce Plant and Earth Can Be Removed Without Dis1 turbing Roots Some years ago I wished to etend our strawberry bed with the newly formed plants and as the conditions for transplanting in midsummer art not often favorable in central Kansas where we then lived I had to evolve a plan to move the soil with tho plants says a writer In the Rural New YorkerI heavy tin cut In pieces 4 by 11 inches I wanted a strong wire turned in along one side but the tin net was without the necessary ma chine and the best he could do was to turn the edges over twice thus strengthening the top of the tool With a block of wood 3 inches square for a form the two ends of the tins were bent at right angles to the central part thus forming three sides of a hollow cube Armed with three dozen of these garden trowel and a wheelbarrow I proceeded to the patch A tin with a good plant In the center was forced Into the ground with the foot the trowel Inserted along the open sfde of the square formed by the top of the tin and tho tin containing the soil and plant wis lifted am placed in the barrow Pro ceeding until a full cargo was the barrow was wheeled to the plot previously prepared and the tins with the plants all set in their proper places Then spreading the wings slightly the tins readily slipped out leaving the plants set with roots not In the least exposed or disturbed The work was rapidly done awl with per fect success even In sunny weather The tins lasted several years and I used them for other small plants as cabbage and tomato If the soil is loose and not well held by the tin bend the wings together mak the open sIlo narrower A GOOD BRUSH HOOK Tool Easily Made Which Will Be Use ful in Cutting Heavy Briers Etc A hook for cutting bushes heavy briers and such plants which is and easily f v made by any blacksmith Is shown In the cut II says the Farm and Home Take LJ Piece cast f steel onequarter I inch square and I V Inches long I 0 Use onehalf for I the blade and the Irv other half for the Vl shank Draw the end for the blade a down nearly to a point then 11 bend pretty well 1 as It will straight II en In drawing to Kjr an edge Have the bevel all one side Draw down true and II thin Then draw the shank down Sf tapering to the end and bend about one Inch of the end down tp go into the snath An old scythe snath is just the thing Fasten It to the snath with an old heel ring driven on the same as to fasten a scythe Such a bush hook is light to handle You can cut off a bush an Inch or more in dimeter with ease The blade needs about the same that you would give a knife This is much handier than the ordinary bush hook The blade is not so long cumbersome nor heavy and the ease of management will appeal to every farmer who handles it Danger from the Plague Theres grave danKer from the 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 LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds SOc and 8LOO Guaranted by R E Mc Roberts drug store Trial bottle free im Farm For Sale 264 ACRES OF LAND caster on the Lexington pike about 10 acres in town limits About 135 acres in cultivation rest in grass under good fence and has nev erfailing water Dwelling house is given this Fall and of dwelling first of year or sooner This farm should be CityCouncilthe vicinity of Lancaster lies advanc ed greatly and is in great All parties having claims against tbe estate of M Moss Sr decd will 9 2Mf Admr Come and See OUR FALL GOODS are now ready for your in spection These goods are all fresh and new and our prices right McCREARY KY AQ rftAN8PLANT ft considerably obtained Ling simple a of ten on- t temper val nt finefarming Alt outbuildings proventoWB Moss I 3- A nearer I plague demand are FORBESLAC KEY M p HUGHES G B SW1NEBRQAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity In Real Eatate indicates the fact that it is the safest and Lint investment since money yields low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our corn 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 tile 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 tbe 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 1 i R 1 b SWINE HOAD HUGHES a No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit YOU In location mid price No 9 Large and commodious brick heal ness house and dwelling In the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 hulls and 2 verundiirs good cistern and well on the premises 1J acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for it Price 500000No 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave nue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice cottage garden and lot on Lexington street in Lancaster A de sirable home In sight ot the Graded school and IB one of the lest residence sections of the City Price 20000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 i12 above for farm prooertv No 16 74 acres of as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high state of cultiva tion This farm Is 1 1A miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer it a fine investment G3CO per acre No 17 2f 7J4 acresof fine hemp and tobacco land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools Kew room frame house2 hulls 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores This property is right on i lke and is well improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy payments No 21 A farm of 250 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never falling water farme house 7 rooms large stjck burn and bacco barns tenant house 6 miles from Lan caster 7000 per acre No 29 67 acres 01 well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches it school Splendid water cistern well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7500 per acre No 31 ItK acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco class improvements well watered 0 acres in grass 2 miles from Bryautsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 30 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultfvation one of the best frame houses In Garrard hemp and tobacco laud wellfeuced and vat er in abundance Ask us about this one rn for price Other 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 good pike C miles from Lancaster 1 mile from rail road 6 room frame house S acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste 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 Danfortb 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 drug store 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 injuri ous 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 McRoberts The reliable druggist of Lancaster 1m Good old sorghum is ripe A Badly Burned Girl J or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain If Bucklens Arnica Salve is ap plied promptly G J Welch of Tekou 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 B E McRoberts drug store 1m KILL COUCHA- N CURE THE LUNGS Dr new frame X I acres 7 c fir st C unty Motherat BIt- ters WITH Discovery 2 1 34 Ito 0 asp New FOR ONSOPYlONOUGH taus Meft1MFrM Trial and all 1 and LUJIa TIQV3 Surest Quickest Cure for ThZOhT LSorXOW3AOL land whatever never failing stock water iO can be put In wheat this full every acre of this farm is tobacco aol hemp land fiwOO per icre No 41 2 acre5if miles from Lancaster on good county read y mile from pike 1 mile from school new frame cottoue of fi room line cistern never failing stock water 1 large burn and other out buildings 25 acres in hemp co i n20 acres wheat stubble balance in grass good orchard No wiles land slid alt in high state 01 cultivatfon 1rice sSOfM No 45 I1J4 acres on county road one fourth mile from pike good 5 room cottage large new barn 60x35 feet plenty of fruit of all kinds 5 acres in tobacco 3 in corn This is a nice little country horn and well worth what is asked 135000 No 46 i5G acres of as good land as is in Garrard County Groom louSe and good hart and outbuildings weltwatertd good orchard all tobacco and hemp laud Ask about this one for further description and for price No47 115 acres of land in Garrnrd County 4 miles from Lancaster within onefourth mile of Lexington pike splendid roil to house room house with good cellar barn aud other outbnildings well watered 40 acres wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hemp aalancc In grass fencf 115 good 70 00 per acre No 48 50 acres of land right on the pike miles from Lancaster will be sold worth the motley See for further description and price No4i 4S acres land I miles from town on the pike good improvements cottage house of 4 rooms land till in grass This will suit you See us for further description Trice 5oooo No 5ii 59 acres i miles near the pike brick residence land lies well anti is all In Crass full description on application 1rice V do per acre No 51 511 acres of as good land as in Gar rard County in sight of Court house adjoins i pikes well improved 100 acres in grass barn room for 10 acres of tobacco 2 large barns well watered 15 rOIls new wire fencing good a new pair stock scales all necessary out build hugs We can show you the figures as to whit this farm has produced as aa investment for the last 5 years Can sell all or a portion of this farm See us for price No 52 1S4 acres 5 miles from Lancaster 125 acres Iu grass as good or better than any oth er farm See us for price und desceiptiou No 3 17H acres of rich hemp and tobacco Iqnd OIl pike well improved new house miles from Lancaster good neighborhood 7000 per acre No 55 Irs acres of land 2 U miles from Lancaster right on pike fine improvements 2 story metal roofed frame dwelling no 1 good barn tenant house und other out buildings 4 from a depot on Iii railroad hemp A tobacco land in state of cultivation Price 7500 per acre No 50 2iH acres in ouelmlf mile of town splendid land Will be gold all together or separated at a bargain to divide tie estate Trees Plants Vines Our catalogue of 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 planterH 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 cantalns 106 ACRES- is in Garrard county Ky near Point Leave on the Richmond and Lancas ter pike and is in tine state of cultiva tionAnyone 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 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 Lancaster near the Poor Ridge road beginning promptly at ten oclock the following property Two bead 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 great many other articles too numerous to mention Terms of sale All amounts over 85 on 6 months time note with approved security will be required parties having against the said Alfred A Pendleton will pre them properly proven to me or my attorney Tomlinson with the next 90 days PENDLETON Adm of Alfred A Pendletonr 16 1906 r 2t acre per ncre gras hnluuce new 6 nile r a I I I I I I 0 urns 7 general Turnpike Order For ELECTION BOND ISSUE April Term OnUr day of A pill 1100 Bund election to repair Court lions called Tlje question bttitig u irter iiie r in sidcrution olf Court ic i iiitf tbi condition t in i u I County llMiat vaun til Ihj name containing Juuiic livurl the condition of tile different Court Rooms and the various olllce rooms in tire Court Mouse and the question b j lila before the Court on motion and the same being submitted to the Court for vote it is tire opinion of tile Court that the sale Court House and the various named apartments need and in many respects remodel my and it is tire opinion of the Court that the sum of 310000WJ should be ap propiatcd for the purpose of said worlC js herein after specilioaily set out arid the said Fiscal Court iieieby surest that said appropriation be made and does hereby reccjinend tlie same tint is that the sum of 81000000 be appropriated for the purpose of rented cling repairing and overhauling the two vaults and changing the location of the same III the Cuiirlj House if necessary for remodeling tire Cupalu found to oe necessary for remodel lOg and repairing the Circuit Court Room and remocieln repairing and overhauling the Court House fur the purpose of making it neat and cumfor table and to put in the same a system of heating and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works III tile same It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Fiscal c jurt of Garrard county Ky that at the regular election to in Garrard county on tile Otb day of November l0i an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at which all 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 and repairing tile court House of Gar rard county for a sum not exceeding 10 00000 It is further ordered that said election be held and polls be open ed at all the voting precintcs in Gar rard junty and the Sheriff of Garrard county he and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof for at least thirty clays next thereof in The Central Record it being the Newspaper having the lar gest 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 Tile clerk of this court i s ordered t o furnish a certified copy of this order to said sheriff It is further that if the vote hereby is in favor if said bond issue then the Fiscal cjurt will in obedience to the said vote and under chapter 52 Article four Kentucky Statutes anti tire other Statute relating to this sub ject issue bonds in any sum not exceed lug 81000000 for the purpnse of repair lug and remodeling the Court House of 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 tlie bonds are not to be sold for less than their face value or bear in terest at a greater rate Ulan i interest per annum from date until paidOrdered that court adjourn until Wednesday April 11 1JOO A D Ford IJADoty clerk of theGarrurdCounty Courtdo certify that the foregoing is a true copy as appears on record in my ollice in order Hook 3 piPe 123 This Sept 7 1000 J A Doty Clerk G C C by W A Doty D C In pursuance to the foregoing order an Election will be held as therein directed C A Arnold Sheiiir Sept 2 105 Garrard County Kr r on JUUllly FicalCourt I j CurL lie i If beheld ordered ordered per cent larrard iOu the tiwa 1 lie repairing before Trains Leave Lancaster ITimein t ro6 pSich XOItTIi nUlXI No10 5U AjI I No50 211 31 No25 11 A20 a sropx NO29 1d1M Richmond ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle Coy Lingtoii Cincinnati etc For Ivitichester exlng I I For Winchester Paris Maysviiio Lexington Frankfort Shelliyvllle and Louisville SOUTH HOUND Cytith till For Joliico Crab Orchard Mt Veruon Livingston London Cor bin Only carries passengrs for points SoutbKowland etcI For Stanford Junction Louisville Nashville Etc For Stanford and way stations Clt II Lebanon Trains run daily except Sunday Above la LKAVINQ time stop at all sta tions when flagged Train No 10 makes direct connection at Win chester 717 A M with C A 0 for all west to Louisville and at 855 A M for all points east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct connection at Win chester 4 ks P M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct connection at Row land 12HO r M for all points south to Norton Va and Kuoxvllle Train No 29 makes direct connection at How land 213 T M for all points north to Louis ville Fare the same via either Winchester or Row laud to Louisville GET THE BEST I I Recently Enlarged WITS 25000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of the World with moth than 25000 titles based on tho latest census returns wBiographical Dictionary containing the names of over 10000 noted persons date of birth death etc Edited T ItAHIUS PhD LLD United StatesCommissioner Education Needed in Every Home I Also Webster Collegiate Dictionary I Mae Facfi 1100 lUutntiont I Regular Edition 7xlOxS5J inches Sbfcdtafi De Edition 6Jii8 xlK in Printed from lwra pitMc li l rper S beattif ul binJbzs FREE Di ioB i7WrinUe Mnrtr t lpamphlets G d C MERRIAM CO PpblUher Springfield MM PagesNew JJ I I Lure I I a