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THE CENTRALLANCASTER KY NOVEMBER 9 1906 RECORD YEAR y t NUXBESB- EYEYTEEXTH F RID Everybody Knows that carry the very Latest and Best everything in the Dry Goods line and that we carry no shoddy trash to work off the public in Special Sales or other fakes to mislead the people We have the handsomest stocks of goods in Central Kentucky and sell goods at Live and Let Live Prices The Joseph Mercantile OUR Fall and Winter Stock is now complete in every department We can show you the largest and best selected lines of 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 that you can buy of us Better Shoes Better Clothing Better Hats and Better Furnishing Qppds i afeiess price than any house in Lancaster AA l N Ii 1 I v Iii III If Iii we ir II I l l Ion IiiI Iii III COMPANYI I I I I I itI I Clothing Shoes Hts Furnishing Goons you f Hti T r c1 a- I I- idyM dW Jb M r Iii 1 M rVM hVMMM- tI r 0r 5 r t f Yail Lo janii- sr The Baptist Aid Society will meet next Monday afternoon with Mrs II A B Marksbury at half past two oclock All the members are requested to be C T Grimes sold to C A Robinson a fine jersey heifer calf throughbred for 25 It was three months old and weighed 300 pounds lIe also sold one I Herring for 20 Baptist To Hold Meeting At the Baptist church Sunday morn ing the congregation voted in favor of holding a protracted meeting The time has not been decided upon but the meeting will held in the near Judging from the amount of sheet music and number of pianos and graphophones West HerndTon are selling a musical wave has struck Garrard county A house without a musical instrument of some kind is a lonesome one indeed Entertainment at Paint Lick Church The ladies of the Paint Lick church will give a chrysan themum and candy sale at the of Mr E II Walker on the after noon of November 13th Everybody is most cordially invited to attend Will Probably Carry As the ofllcial count has not been had it is impossible to tell whether the neecessary two thirds vote was given the bond issue but we under stand there is every reason to believe the people have shown their enterprise and progressiveness by voting to make a decent and habitable court house I George Mason III Mr George T Mason who was re ceiitlv forced to undergo an operation at a Louisville hospital has been re moved to the home of a relative at 2 Hanley Jessamine county where he is rapidly recovering Mr Mason who Ik is an old Lancaater boy is now engag Cl ed in the Insurance business in Wanted Corn to Shuck What farmers will give the girls of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church all the corn they can shuck in one afternoon All work to be done by the girls shucking load ing and hauling Let the girls shuck your corn No old maids on the field All young pretty girls at the corn husking Ring up The Record cilice and leave your order for the C E corn husking Apron Bazaar and Exchange The ladies of tha Methodist church will have an apron bazaar am1 in the Post Olllce Saturday December 15th Aprons representing all the States also every size and color will be on hand for sale at very low prices They will also have every thing for the table fresh and well prepared Your patronage will be greatly appreciated tf The Town Votes In the vote for Mayor lIon R 11 Tomlinson received nearly all the votes cast Some voters however wrote the names of W A Beazley and and J H Kinnaird on their ballots As stated in last issue there is a as to this being the proper time to hold election for Mayor the City Council contending that it is not while the friends of Mr Tomlinson say it is To Meet In Lancaster At meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League held in Nicholas ville Saturday it was decided to hold the next quarterly meeting in Lan caster The meeting will be held some time in January The League is composed of the newspapers in this congressional district about twenty in number The object of the is solely for business there being no social features connected therewith Killing At Crab Orchard Milton Estes son of Mr John Estes was shot and killed at Crab Orchard Tuesday by Jim Kennedy The men had trouble previous to the fatal culty and each fired a number of shots Kennedy escaping injury while two bullets struck Estes The dead leaves a widow and several children Reports areconflicting as to who the trouble Kennedy was placed in jail at Stanford and the grand jury now in session there will take up the case at once The funerel services and burial took place at the Lancaster cemetery yesterday morning Why l It Why is it that the law requires a man to walk in front of a traction assist people with horses becoming frightened at the machine and at the same time automobile is allowed to the public high ways at a mileaminute clip not so much as giving half the road to those driving The drivers of auto mobiles seem to take the greatest de tight In scaring horses and as there lg no law regulating their speed cr any other restrictions placed around them they can go ahead endangering the lives of women and children every other state there are laws giving some protection to the people but here in Kentucky there is none Kentucky will be bythis she is everything hundred years bebnd the times and the citizens will have to defend themselves from being killed by the sap dudes who run the machines ij I I I 11 present ill t T I I I I question meeting man began engiaeand an dash hors Inmost elseone future S Presbyterian residence I Chicago exchange did along like braided fi Splendid Telephone Service The quickest and best election over given In Lancaster was fur uished by the Bastin Telephone Co this week No fake reports were gin en by them but as soon as anything reliable could be had their patrons got the benefit of it Lancaster and Garrard county have best telephone service in Kentucky Harvey Helm Wins Hon Harvey Helm the Tall Syca more of the St Asaph is receiving many congratulations over his victory in being elected to Congress from this the Eighth District There was never clever or a bigger hearted gen tleman than Harvey Helmand the peo pie will never regret electing him to the high for which he is so equipped Pupils Pleased The ladies composing Mrs Nannie Talbott Johnstons class in cooking are highly delighted with the course of instruction and many are the compli ments passed upon her ability They have learned to cook and prepare every substantial and dainty dish as well as the moreimportant feature of economy in the kitchen Those who failed to take advantage of the oppor tunity will regret it very much Only a few more lessons will be given lessons cost fifty cents Operator Hamilton III Mr H Clay Hamilton the obliging telegraph operator at the Western Union ulllce has been suffering for some time from nervous prostration and been forced to enter a private sanitarian near Louisville where he will remain for about two weeks Dur his absence the telegraph oflice has been removed to the depot where Mr Patterson will attend to allmes sages Mr Hamiltons many friends his illness and hope he will soon be fully restored to health Gov Beckham Wins Tho state Democratic primary was one of the hardest fought contests ever held in Kentucky every inch of ground being covered by the Senator McCreary is defeated for nomination by Gov J C W Beckham by about five thousand votes Hager defeats Hays fir nomination for governor and J K Ilendrick wins over Lillard Carter for attorney gen eral E A Gullion wins over Winfrey as superintendent of public instruc flan The Republicans gain one giving them three in The Republicans and about broke evan in other states the next Congress rcmaiplug qn the Republican side by a large majority Hearst was snowed under in New York by Hughes the Republican Election In Garrard The election in Garrard was the most quiet ever known there being absolutely no disorder or excitement anywhere in the county There were two voting places in each precinct one for the congressional and one for the Democratic primary In the congressional race Bethurum Repub titan carries county by only twenty nine which shows the hard work done by the friends of Harvey Helm and also proves what a strong following he has here as the county generally gives a Republican majority of from 250 to SCO in congressional races In the primary Senator McCreary carries Garrard by 358 over Gov Beckham for nomination for United States Senator Other victors were Hager by t8 by 4 Winfrey by 76 Newman by 115 Of course the otlicial returns may make some change in these While the friends of each candidate worked hard it was all done goodna turedly We understand several nice wads were won and lost on the A WideAwake City It was the pleasure of the editor of Record to visit the pretty city of Nicbolasville Saturday shake hands with many old friends and meet many more of her enterprising sociable people Nicholasville has grown with remarkable rapidity in the past few years her pluck and enterprise being remarkable Notwithstanding the fact that Lexington is only a few miles distant with splendid railroad facilities and cheap fare yet her as a rule patronize the home business men and pull for their town with a spirit that is indeed Many pretty homes and handsome business houses have been erected also other enterprises which go to show that the people invest their money where it will help home and where they can have a chance make it back The fire department recent ly re organized with clever Dan Hemphill at the head is provided with every modern equipment and apparatus for fighting fire The run given for the newspaper men showed perfect skill on the part of every man and the perfect training of the of handsome horses which pull hose wagon A handsome modern hotel stands as a monument for the enterprise and town pride of the peo pie and proves that the citizens be Ueve in building up their home town instead of investing in every wild cat scheme along In other words they spend their money with the people from whom they earn it the principal requisite to have a gtod town The people gave th newspapermen most cordial which was highly appreciated and enjoyed I unquestionably- the Single regret candidates congressman Kentucky Democrats Carter outcome The people commendable t a wet I tri I service amore thoroughly Well g t that comes one come t j hem M s UliYAiNTSVILLE Mr Robert Route was in Lexington Friday Mr Jeff Dunn was in Lexington on business last week Mr T II Smiley of Lexington was here Friday buying horses Mrs B G Mullins of Ind came day visit to Mrs Taylor Mullins Mrs Will Dickerson and Mrs Eliza Ison were in Danville shopping Satur Miss Edna Berkele visited her aunt Miss Allie Dunn at Richmond last week Mr Levi Norris who has been quite sick for sonic time is very much im proved Mr R H Pettus of Somerset has been spending several days with friends here Miss Fannie Tomllnson left for an extended visit to relatives at Middleboro Miss Mamie Ballard is spending a few days with Miss Margaret Tumlin son at Lancaster Mrs Combs arid Miss Emna Mundav of Jessamine visited Mrs W G Glass the first of the week Mr and Mrs Sam Saddler of are here for an extended visit to Mrs Martha Saddler Mrs W T Wolfork and daughter Miss Anna Lee of Lexington visited sirs Eliza H Ballard last week Mr Morgan Swope and family of Mississippi have moved here to make their home with Mr Swopes farther Dr B M Swope Camilla Stevens of Valdosta Ga and Margaret Tomlinson of who were guests of Miss Mamie Ballard have returned home Misses Elizabeth Sparks Mary Evans Tommie Sanders and Helen Hunter of Nicholasviile were the guests of Mrs Will Glass Sunday and Monday Quite a number from here have been attending the protracted meeting at Mt Olivet conducted bv the Rev Bromley Mr Bromley preached at the clurch here Sunday after noon Mrs Ike S Dunn have moved to Lexington where Mr Dunn will go into business Their many friends here regretted very much to see them leave but wish them much success in their new home Mr J Bogie was in this community taking the list of property Prof Dan T Smith the was here last week delivering Mr Morris Ross accidently cut his foot very badly with a hatchet and is going on crutches Mrs W G Jones and little bubo have been visiting their aunt Mrs Morris Russ for several days Farmers have made good use of the weather we are having and are gathering their corn On next Saturday 10th there will be a box supper at the school house pro to get furniture for the school houseMr Kelley of Tenn was here last week attending the pro tracted meeting and visiting his many friends Mr James Moore and wife of Silver Creek were here iast Saturday and Sunday visiting their daughter Mrs Ben Shearer Mr Sam II arc in has bought the Pecdleton farm on Back Creek from Mr Tom nicks and will move to it the list Mr Joe E Prather of this place was marred last week to Miss Anderson of Preachersville also Mr Ed Baker to Miss Flonie Catron of Somerset their many friends wish them a long and happy Next Sunday is Brother Foleys day regular appointment at Freedom 11 A M Every body come especially the new converts Brother Foley is able to give them the sincere milk of worn that which is spoken of in the The protracted meeting closed at Freedom last Friday the 2nd inst with seven additions by baptism to the church Rev C S Ellis of Lancaster assisted the pastor Rev A J Pike and is hoped and believed great and lasting good has been done Brother Ellis is a great Preachcra man of God and made many warm friends while hereOn the night of 29th October the death Angel visited the homes of two families near here and claimed Mr W H Sebastin and Mr Wm Vaughn was a consistent member of Freedom Baptist church and a and was by the Masonic on the day following at the family burring grounds near this place MrTaughn was burried in the Rich mend cemetery by the side of his wife who who proceeded him to the grave several years It was a strong and sad sght to see two funerals In our town the same day Services At Methodist Church Preaching every first and third Sab every Sunday night Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 oclock Services at McKendrle church every second and fourth Sunday mornings Mont for a Saturday Louisville Misses Lancaster 11 rand P last week pictures Knoxville aboutJanuary Scriptures I Freemason bUll d U J I MNA photographer Mr- Sebastin Fraternity bith and F WWJ rtItIIlrw II BIG argain51 II 1 I I Fence I I Ion i Our prices I interest you and I I no better fence II is made I I I I Come EarlY kind I I Save Money I Ii I J HaseldenI i J A Beazley Undetaker t IH Wire will Brothers rteriui and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Qndertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian Ill L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to bnslness G CHRIS PARIS churchPhone R ILaw C sss- t l Dentist Office over tore Danville it I I IJ WmHerndon Ben D Herndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drag store J r = For a stylish haircut or easy shaver go to Hearj Dficans Earlier Stop Corn Corn Corn I am in the market for your corn and will pay the highest cash mar ket price See me before you sell COfiL 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 The Election is over and Thanksgiving is almost here and if you want your I Now Suit or Overcoat to wear on that occassion you should leave your order with us now and you will have the advantage of buying several styles much cheaper than they were priced early the season If you want one of the late style you will have to hurry as we only have a few left Come to see us and bring your Laundry HEMPflILL WEST FALL and WINTER Millinery Our stock is now all in and ready for your inspection We extend a cordial invi tation to the public to call Mrs Ada Kinnaird I l J 1IA1WWW twtily COAL Jfirm I I minIIII 1 i 10T r x T XI II I I I rl I l le1 K I 4wwInNwwM 1l mwtiri li i Q 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 FIN SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT- It is made to cover well look well and wear well It always does just what you ex pect it to do and it never goes wrong if rightly applied Its very economical Use it and youll be satis fied McRoberts Drug Store SOLD I THB National Bank Of Lancaster OIi111 50000 10000 A 11 DENNY I J E STORIES The Prest s C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson AtCaahr- BTEmbry Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Denny A C Robinson John J Stormes- S ODeDny Sr INS Pre ideat DrnCrons Alex WE WILL Keep Your lone Safe We Soucit You eyesS On IMZw p w LOUIS LANORAM Enitrcd at the Post Office in Lancaster Av cu SecondClan Nail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Kyt November g 1906 The examining trials of several employees at the state asylum in Lexington brought to light a most disgraceful state of affairs in regard to brutal treatment of patients Sev eral attendants have been on trial murder and the need of a firstclass hanging is plain Tbe greatest care should be exercised in selecting the attendants to look after the unfortu nate inmates of these institutions this will never be done until they are placed under control of a nonpartisan board Everyone is thankful that political talk will cease for a time We are especially delighted that the per boys will now refill their editorial columns with good boss sense talk and lay aside their tomahawks and scalp ing knives Kentucky has the best lot of editors in the land but they lose get busy brethren and air your views on far more interesting matters The editor of the Louisville Times says that Atlanta millionaire who has made his money out of a hair restorer and married an Atlanta heiress to a million made by her father from the manufacture of a not so much pumpkins after all as their children will be born hairless and toothless just like every brat comes into the world The Louisville Herald talks out in meetin when it says the spot lights has been turned so much on the sordid and selfish and vulgar and sodden that we lose sight of good people Dont think for a moment Mr or Mrs or Miss Reader that there is any scarcity of brains or uprightousness and unselfish ness in this old world A gang of hoodlums from the State College brutally assulted and wounded several policemen in Lexington the other night No collection of fools can b more annoying and frequently more destructive than a gang of scbojl boys and if some are putastride a rock pile it will have a good effect everal women were injured and in my bad their clothing torn in a counser rush in Louisville the other day The chances are that every article for could been bought at other stores for a few cents more than the bargain price but the women bless their souls go daffy over special sales Thomas A Edisons new invention is expected to put the automobile in reach of the poor says a news item What the suffering public wants is an invention to put the poor people out of reach of the automobile An organization of Eastern society women declares that the amount of material used in evening gowns must be cut down It this is done a quarter of a yard of goods will be an to buy Whalebone is to go up to15000a ton If the right fellow hugs hard enough to break the whalebone stays no girl will object to paying the advance in prices for new ones lAKKSBDBY The family of Mr Leonard Pollard who have typhoid fever are improving Mr and Mrs Frank Vanarsdal were the pleasant guests of Mr N H Bogie the first of the week T I Herring sold to Dr W M Elliot of Bryantsville about 125 barrels of corn at 8200 delivered Mr M G Aldridge and wife of were visiting her aunt Mrs Fannie Pollard Sunday Rev W Thompson will preach to the Fork congregation next Sunday morning at eleven oclock Mr Curd and wife of were visiting the home of Mr J Woods Saturday and Sunday Miss Martha Rains of has been the guest for the past week of her niece Miss Mary Cbesnutt Mr Raymond Haselden and wife and Mrs Kate Aldridge of Lancaster were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Burdette Sunday Mrs Richard McGrath Friday for Norfolk Va where she will join her husbad who has been holding a government position there for several monthsMrs Rice and daughter Stella and Mrs Mary Rice of Danville spent last week in Louisville They were visiting the homes ot Messrs Howard and Dolph Rice Miss Lizzie Simpson has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives She was accompanied home by Miss Annie Steele Cook will be the guest of the Misees Simpson for several weeksMessrs M F Rout Clark spent several days In Lexington last week Mr Rout says It his intention to locate there In the future but his friends here hope he change his mind and remain at his old home i I and t t butt I j disgustIng J J too hwarshls J t I bargain have abundance Lancaster G left r who Garrard J j T f newsy sap head sale lie Perryv ancLWIll near will In ed ills i S i GOip About People A Brief Mention of tHe Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Dr Pennlngton of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday Mrs Charles Davis is visiting friends in Lebanon Junction Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford fs the guest of Lancaster relatives Arnold is visiting Miss Sallie Wages of Richmond Will Walker of Memphis has been with his mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Mary of Alabama is with her aunt Mrs Mollie Faulconer Miss Settle Walker Burnside a few friends Monday evening Mrs S P Grant of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Harriet Price Lee Ballard of Bry antsville is the guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Miss Katie Lee Denny gave an ele gant dinner Friday to a number of her friends Mrs W K Shugars and son of Broad head are visiting the family of Mr William Shugars Mr and Mrs Guy Fish of California recent visitors of Mr W A and family Mrs Mary L Anderson has returned to Van Buren Ky afrer a visit to Lancaster relatives Miss Katie King of Crab Orcbard was the guest of Miss Bettie Walker Burnside last week Miss Bettie Robinson visited ber home folks at Campbellsville from Friday until Sunday Mrs Victor Rice and daughter Stella have returned from a visit to A Rice at Louisville Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Wberritt Mrs Bettie has returned to her home in Mercer county after a visit to Mrs Jennings Mr James Anderson and wife of French Lick Ind are visiting his mother Mrs Sue Anderson Miss Buelah Walling of Crab Or chard is the guest of Misses Kathreen and Estella Conn this week Green Clay Walker of Memphis Is expected this week for a visit to his mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Major W H Collier of Louisville has been visiting his sisters Mesdames Robinson Mrs Dorcas Walker has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs George Robinson of Hustonville Master W K Shugars of Brodhead is the handsome little guest of His grandfather Judge Wm Shugars Misses Bella and Mary Arnold were visitors in Crab Orchard Sunday and attended the Fish family reunion Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Is expected this week for a visit to her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Berea M Burgess and Miss Martha Spurlock were the guests of Mr and Mrs L D Parks of Lancaster Sunday Mrs J McClusky Blayney of St Louis was the guest of ber grand mother Mrs Harriet A Price the past week The family of Mr D Gulley leave for Lexington to reside Lancaster regrets giving up this pleas ant family Dr and wife leave this week for Richmond for a visit to rela lives before going to Indian Terri tory to reside Mrs J A Cheek and son Logan and daughter Mary Ashby of Danville Pattie Gill and Juliet Rogers Mrs James H Arnold of Kansas City and Mrs Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasville have been visiting Mr W A Arnold and family Miss Bettie West accompanied by ber sister Mrs George Robinson left last week for Louisville where she will consult a specialist regarding health The following Lancastrians attended the Welch Batson wedding at Nicho lasville last week Mr R H Batson Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney Mr and Mrs L G Davidson and Mrs F P Frisbie A recent letter from his wife states that the condition of Mr R E Henry is much improved and that be will en tirely recover Mr Henry who is at Texarkana underwent an operation forappendlcltls and much alarm was occasioned by his serious illness Mrs Laura Koppe of Huston Tex has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Bertha NHoretzky to Mr James M Musselman Louisville The wedding will take place the last of November Miss Horetzky will be remembered as the charming and attractive visitor of Miss Mary Arnold The cook used by Mrs Talbot Johnson have attracted such wide attention and are in demand that she has ordered quite a number and is prepared to supply the demand They cost only t50r and pronounced the best eeeh in this section You are not required to be a Bteaber of the clans as any one i le Miss Allie Forman entertained Miss Mayme Arnold Hand W R W H H C R L Flkln and J E Lexington NewsU this week G Bosley have been the guests of Mesdames her- r r great ever f I were Caldwell J books Nan each are r r J a a s Ui purohftsjj cUd JJhay uru in the county popvt room every attar The following announcemint has been received by Lancaster relatives Mr and Mrs James H Arnold announce the marriage of their dauuh ter Mary Hood to fourth nineteen hundred and six Kansas City Missouri Prof J II Lippard of the Richmond business College was here Tuesday to see several young people who taking advantage of the many splendid facilities offered by his school This institution not only qualifies the students but finds good paving positions for them See their ads in The Record Journal The patron saint of all fair maidens must have made special provision for tbe ideal weather conditions of All Hallow Een which time had been chosen for the marriage of one of Jessamines loveliest daughters Miss Mary Welsh to Mr Homer Ward Batson The Wayside the country home of the Welch family was transformed into a bower of beauty with elaborate deco ration in palmettos from Florida leaves and a profusion of Beauty roses which gave the col or scheme The marriage ceremony was performed at six oclock by Rev J M Fuqua pastor Centenary Meth odist church South Nicholasville in the presence of about forty relatives and intimate friends of the parties in an informal manner the bride being attended by her niece Miss Mattie Welsh Logan who carried huge Boquet of American Beauty roses The bride was gowned in a most exquisite Paris robe of Duchess lace over white chiffon and satin made in Princess style a veil and blossoms while she carried in her arms a beautiful brides boquet of rb ses and lillies of the valley the whole making a most fitting setting to one of the prettiest girls in our county whose lovely qualities of mind and heart the outer beauty The happy man Mr Homer Ward Batson Is a prosperous young lawyer of Louisville former partner of Ex Governor Wrr Bradley and in that city they wit make their home A sumptuous was served to these guests following congratulations the dining room being decorated in ropes of smilax and white By eight oclock tbe guests began to arrive for the and until ten oclock congrat ulatlons of friends were showered upon these popular young people In the receiving line were Mrs Ida Scott sister of the bride Misses Mary Anne Wilmore Ora Wilmore Lena Phillips and Messrs Graddy Cary and Cary Cabb of Louisville The general of the wedding journey was south and the end supposed to be Ash vllle N C for which point the bridal couple departed by the late tram adroitly the waiting guests The gills were exquisite and in the greatest profusion cut glass of every shape and size brasses gilt clock and candelabras silver serving tray a chest of table silverware hand painted china pictures laces linens and a hundred dollars in gold pieces and many other lovely mementoes The Journal adds its blessings and good wishes for the future SaxtonTrosts string band of Lexington furnished delightful music Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation in volving the removal of a malignant as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Inju rice 25c at McRoberts druggist 1m MANSE Mrs Jno Ray from Richmond was in this vicinity Sunday W E Harden has been called to Birmingham on business Joe McCormack reports satisfaction from his new North Carlina home Protracted services will begin at Fishes han Paint Lick Sunday Dec 9 Prof J A Arnold will have an enter tainment and Box Supper Thanksgiv ing night We look for a large crowd and an enjoyabe time We are glad to know that Miss Pantha Royston is so highly pleased with her position in Virginia Miss Pantha is one of the most popular and best business young women in Central KentuckyMiss Dunn was at Paint Lick Sunday afternoon and gave a very interesting talk in behalf of the Endeavor We hope that she will succeed in reorfanizlng the Endeavor and that all willlend a helping hand Lick has good material for a Christian Endeaver Society Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Tbos George a merchant at Mt Elgin Ontario says I nave had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever It was Introduced Into Canada and I sell as much of it as 1 do ofall other lines Ihave on my put together Of the many dozens under guarantee I have not had bottle returned I can per sonally this as I have used it myself and given it to my and always with the best re suits For sale by RE McEoberts The 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us a call before your Fall clothes get old expression TBa pOX STUDIO tc 1 i Beautiful f Moores Air Tight Heaters always please Burns Its Smoke SAVES FUEL Heats Your House A trial will convince you MOUNT ELKIN BLUE FRONT SPECIAL VALUES Remember Mens overcoats 248 upfine long 52 inch cravanetts and overcoats 398 up extra quality 500 up heavy weight Mens a il Yo itlH and single breasted suits short and long cutsmade to fit well at 298 up extra qualities 500 up fleeced underwear 190 up Shoes ofall kinds high and low cuts gSc up Ladies long and short cloaks late season goods 148 up childrens shoes 69C up comforts and blankets 59C up outings 4 cfine dress goods in plaids broadcloths mohairs etc worth 75C 39C up Dont wait until our stock is broken OurFelt Boots and Rubbers have arrived but come early Blue Front-H PATTERSON Prop The Working Mans Friend TERMS CASH 1 4 f1fA1t1 j tt do able cc 1 L rnSaN SPIN aB i1rC1r3trF t jtl- r L i a i r 1 Ri Its a sinful shame to neglect yourchilds MusicalEducation Start them out right by giving them a BALDWIN PIANO 1 rc aD DD ccaaaICOOOOO I Dont Delay I I purchasing I Your FaUDat I longer We have the I Most StYlish Line liD Central and can i Save You Money 1 irK Alexander Walter I II 1111 I Ttal I I West Heindon Lancaster Kentucky BIBIII ttal It Ioo any Kentucky JI SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY TfeBGCWEKB HynatmsmUt ref l EUHUBH toed with MfbtHtia 3 MYS RHEUMATISM CURE Irtrwith waS Id cold o geg LIYIZt fir Druits I tUe mold by F P FBISBIB DratQl Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Large numbers of cavalry horses are bailiff bought for the United States government in all the great markets of the country as many horses as are suitable in the daily supply being Ire quently taken for this use in Chicago It is stated that army horses are more money now than they ever cost Uncle Sam before Estimates of the White Burley bacco crop for 1906 place the growing crop at about 185000000 pounds a de create of 15000000 pounds from last years crop With the residue of the 1905 crop as held by warehouses of Louisville and Cincinnati and brokers and handlers of 25000000 pounds the visible supply at this time will a mount to about 210000000 pounds which is a good average crop The chicken is no larger regarded as a nuisance on the farm The farmer knows that when hogs are 5 cents a pound chicks are from 10 to 12 and the corn it takes to lay a pound of fat on a chicken and the pound of chicken always sell for twice as much as pound of hog and when the mod ern successful farmer sees his chickens eating corn with the hogs he never drives them away The announcement that the farmers are going to raise more poultry for mar ket must come to the careful observer as a piece of good news says the Augusta Ga Chronicle Few people are perhaps aware that poultry and products are greater in value in the United States than any other source of wealth the country possesses They yearly amount to more than the value of all the gold and sllvermined in the States more than the value of all the coal more than the wheat and corn combined In fact there is no crop if the term may be applied that is of In Time of Peace In the first month of the Russia Sapan war we had a striking example of the necessity for preparation and the early advantage of those who so to speak have shingled their roofs in dry weather The virtue of prepare tion has made history and given to us greatest men The individual as well as the nation should be prepared for any emergeucy Are you prepared to successfully combat the first cold yoU take A cold can be cured much more quickly when treated as soon as it has been contracted and before It has be come fettled in the system Cough Remedy Js famous for Its cures of colds and it should be kept at hand ready for instant use For Sale by BE McRobertsThe Reliable drug gist at Lancaster in costing twill I t I J Chamberlains 0 A oFarmer toy A Yorff ilfftil The year ltk 3 will lung be remem oared in the home of B N Taoket of Alliance Ky as a yearof blood which lowed so copiously from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very neat He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption with the aston shing result that after taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and colds at Mc Roberts drug store Price 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free greater value to the farmer than chick ens and eggs Farmers raising hemp will fall short on their profits this year The bad weather and scarcity of hands is the cause of much hemp still standing in the field and extravagant prices are now offered to get the work done Many men raising crops on the shares will lose money while the best to be expectad is an even break Near a third of the hemp standing this will cause the fiber to be light The price paid for the crop is the lar gest for several years buyers engaging crops at planting season at 6 Some sales are now made as high as 25 Winchester Democrat Teachers Convention The Eighth Congressional District Teachers Association convened in the Baptist Church in Lancaster on Fri day October the twenty sixth The opening exercises were conducted by Rev Williams after which a secreta ry was elected Miss Bogle being ab sentSupt Rawlings not being able to attend the Association his subject How Strengthen the Work of the Country Schools in Course of Study was assigned W C Grinstead whose response was to the effect that regular course and rules could not be laid down Prof Mannix dissented from this opinion declaring that a definite plan and purpose must be had and that whether entirely satisfact ory or not an adopted course of study was necessary for the sake of unity Prof Peratt in a short talk advoca ted a unified system of study Miss Mittie Dunn suggested some most ideas in regard to the daily program after which there was a general discussion of the subject The afternoon session was adjourned out of respect and sympathy for the bereaved families of the community- At the evening session Dr H K Taylor of Winchester discussed the question Who Makes Our Laws The manner in which he handled the question brought home to the parents and teachers a sense of their great responsibility in the training of the future lawmakers of our nation Following his address was a solo by Miss Elizi M Ison after which Judge J A Sullivan of Richmond addressed the audience His subject Kentuckys Educational Opportunity is one of vital importance to all Kentuckians and Judge Sullivans forceful and elo quent address deeply impressed his hearers His support of the State Normal Schools upon which is based Kentuckys hope for progress was heartily endorsed by Dr Taylor After a solo by Mrs Davidson Prof Eubanks ably discussed The Future School System of Kentucky On Saturday morning the children of the school sang My Old Kentucy Home Away Down South in Dixie and The Red White and Blue Rev Williams conducted the devotion al exercises Prof J C Lewis of Lon don addressed the Association on the subject Children Kentuckys Most Valuable Asset suitably concluding a most admirable program The resolutions offered were adopt ed as read Not having an invitation to meet anywhere the Association invited itself to Burgin members of the Associ ation were royally entertained by the citizens of Lancaster who manifested great interest in the cause The Association was from all view points a grand success add Prof Man nix as President is to be congratu lated on the result of his labors for the cause Following are the Resolutions We the teachers of the E C D T A ofKyResolved 1st That we extend our sincere thanks to the people of the Baptist Church for the use of their house while in session 2nd That we thank the people of the for their courtesy in entertaining the teachers 3rd That we thank the ladies who furnished the music for their Interest in the Association 4th That we heartily indorse the unified system of public schools as out lined in the address of Prof Eubank 5th Thst we express our apprecia tion of the interest manifested by Prof Eubank Judge J A Sullivan President Taylor and Prof Lewis In this Association by the addresses delivered6th the President of the Association Prof Mannix for pains he took in getting up a strong program and for his admirable of the Association CH Cox Secretary Croup A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept In the home jor immediate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack If given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after 1 1 e roupy cough appears For sale by R E McRo ets The Reliable Drrggtet at Lanca ter im isdead and 86 to Brof R S town r excellent The visiting the management j BUSINESS and BARQAHNS Superior Wheat Drills The name tells the true story tf Raselden Bros Elkin Bros will give you a good deal on country produce 9 28 tf Our number is 29 not 23 928 tf Elkin Bros I See Elkin Bros for every thing in the meat line tf Dont fall to see the hats just received at Hemp Ed C Gaines sells you flowers at the same price the florist 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 stoves ever shown in Lancaster Haselden Bros See Elkin Bros for everything in the meat line 9 28 tf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades We have just received a new line eva porated fruits Currey Herndon Heating stoves from 150 up tf Haselden Bros A complete fresh stock in all size boxes We guar antee it fresh Say We have the latest creations in lap robes Haselden Brostf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin 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 Sale T Yates Hudson Danville or Marcellus Ky Our own make of Extract vanilla is absolutely the purest va nilla you can use goes much further than other makes tf Frisbies Drug Store horse in the county 7 years old Phone Williams Bryantsville Ky tf Have you seen the stove that burns its own smoke and will heat your home with less coal than any other at Has elden Bros store Call and see it tf The Richmond Business College wants fifty bright young men and women to prepare for good positions Has just placed a number of graduates with calls for more 2t We are exclusive agents in for Lowneys Fine Bcjx ways fresh Frisbies Drug tf Call and get your jewelr or watch which has been repaired and is wait ing for you Dont delay tf Thompson the Jeweler Canary Birds For Sale Golden beauty strain Birds in song Miss Fannie Bishop3t Call at the NewGarrard Grocery on Depot street and get best country produce Frisbies Almond Cream cures chapped hands face and the skin soft and white is not sticky or greasy Only 15c tf Frisbies Drug Store Are you digging a well or cistern then let us furnish you a pump Our prices are right tf Haselden Bros Antique Furniture 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 A good Jersey cow and a one year old 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 weight about 120 to 140 pounds Re ward for information leading to Record office tf Farm For Sale I have a No 1 good farm containing between 44 and situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on thr Buckeye pike which I want to sell at once farm is in good of cultivation corn hemp and to bacco land good orchard of 5 or 6 one 6 room dwelling house and stable crowing crops testify as to quality of land Price if Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky tf It Occurred To Y that it is really are luylng Yet tn nneb common coal you for slate clinkers and various foreign sixteen ounces to the pound Our Banne Coal is all heat all It cleatftbot and makes an east IT regulated dependable Ask us for else can It 8Htf I I vvv vv vv v v I seeWalker coalcar I tf lfrisbies Jrug Store For Sale The entlest 192B J C andy We keep their full assorsn and al ore payhighest li s makes stylefurniture For Sale AddressThe acres notcoal 11 r c I f lat ng in 1 West moneys an r I Lancaster recovery acres Has butbeat that you matter fire Banner supply J A Jones Ya C fiiches and Davenports at J C Rob insons tf I Carpets and Rugs at J C Robinsons tf Charcoal for use in your tobacco barn tf Hnselden Bros Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin 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 tt Haselden Bros Bob and Pug will have fresh fish oysters and brains every Friday and Saturday tf We will pay 22cts per dozen for eggs A good second hand Organ for sale by J C Robinson tf The finest and largest line of buggy ever seen in Lancaster going at a sacrifice Romans Elmore tf Buy you tinware Granitware stove shovels and coal buckets form Currey Herndon It Patronize the old reliable when in want of anything in the meat line tf Elkin Bros Telephone and Express by or dering fine cut flowers from Ed C GainesSubject to vour approval and receiv ed on four to six hours Wed ding and funeral designs a Specialtf Buggy harness and wagon harness cheaper now than you will get them again Come get what you want tf Romans Elmore Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin The Ladies of the Baptist Aid Society will give an exchange Nov 28J the day before Thanksgiving ticulars later Haas Hog Cholera Medicine is the best and cheapest medicine you can use with vour hogs It not onl pre vents but cures hog cholera Remember we are the tinners and plumbers 18 years of experience tf Haselden Bros We a first class line of all kinds of Vegestables at all time It Currey Herndom and see the latest thing in heating stoves Burns its own smoke tf Haselden Bros Salt fresh car just arrived cxcel lent for curing meats Banks Hudson House Wanted I want to rent a small house located in Lancaster for the year 1907 write to Ben F Potts Teatersvllle 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 2 acres of land ana all necessary out buildings If not sold shortly will rent for the year 1907 tf C W Anderson Citizens living in the vacinity of Bryantsville Buckeye Lick and Hubble having occasion to use desigus and furneral flowers reverse charge on phone 100 Flowers delivered on short notice tf I Deal In Farms Write meif you wish to sell I have a number of buyers and yours may suit No commissioB to pay till sale is made If you wish to buy write for my list it shows bargains WT 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 Assocla 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 8 17 if We carry a co es of window gl 3lete stock bfall siz in both single and double strengths By an mproved process we make a specialty of cut ting of odd or uneen with lowest Frisbies Store Three Good Farms For Sale decided to quit farming I will sell privately all of my landed es tate consisting three farms One lies on and contains 325 acres one of 90 acres where I now live in Garrard county and one of 60 acres in Madison All good farm Terms reasonable Jas R Henry Kirksville Ky tt New Butcher Shop We have just opened in connection with the New Grocery on De pot street an to date meat market where we will handle all kinds of fresh and cured meats sausage brains veal lamb and fresh Deef at low prices F M Mulfioger meat cutter mana ger Phone 58 Danville Business College Organized Sep 1905 and has prosper ed under the patronage and at the suggestion of The course Is now of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School BOOKKEEPING Short hand and to the most approved modes and methods For particulars apply to DB Harris Ky 824 tf y GroceryCo Sa Pat ttFrlsties tore Come 1n For Sale Notice ass perfect accuracy Our are the D ug tt SugarCreek UP apart Pr1DcI j do rugs Drug according 7 Dont buy a Gasoline Engine until you get our prices and see our Engine We have the 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 Xentucky Drill I g01i I Wheat Bulb Syringes Atomizers Bath Brushes Cloth Brushes Tooth Brushes Soap I and everything to be found in A Complete anil Uptodate Drug Store PRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice PresX W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I I I II We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking I I I IN 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 CAPITAL I DIIUIIOrORBI M COY R G GUYN WOODSJ B BL ARNOLD J S BURROWS EL WOODS III IIIw C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII fmTu f Ear Syringes Rubber Sponges Bath Sponges Shoe Brushes Combs Face Powder FURNITURE i ICarpets 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 ROBZXTSOXT i II I I I I I r XiHWn Y LXAVXLL President Ice Caps Bath Towels Hair Brushes Nail Brushes Pocket Books Talcum Powder I JJ WALNau Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER fY CAPITALISM SURPLUS 1 M B P HuDQOir Cashier C D WALKKR Bookkeeper Qasiness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis T J 8 JOHNSON B T Hodwa J J Walker gITIZE I III w OBIaRJIY Aeat Cashr eaTen TK Arnold p r r The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over SO years has borne the signaturo of x and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy jt eucJUAt Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures JMarrhcea and Wind 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 st Bears the Signature of The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years j t rmitationsand Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It PanaceaThe Y JI I TH CENTAUR COMPANY YT TEET NEW CITY rpwiFwa1 JL MUNRAY YORK BEUNA VISTA Miss Cora Poor student at Asbury College is at home Mr Chas Ruble guard at State Prison is home for the election Tom Skinner will leave next week for Bowling Green Business College Mr Thos Dean of Versailes has been visiting the family of J B Robinson- R P Ison made a business trip to THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKING IDS VEALS OUT has ruined a mans stomach The digestiondestroying is gradual at first Cut it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health torpid liver causes a quarantine of the system It germs and affords them inviting some serious illness JIn Flower is used a sluggish liver and constipation are un so are all stomach as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn affec tions No should be without this standard remedy sizes 250 and 750 For Bale by R E JTIcHoberW THE Laundry Question Say brother this is the point Did you ever and think that good laundry dont cost you any more than inferior work The turns out the best work that comes to this town and we have the agency so thats what we want you to bear in mind We close the basket at noon Tuesday and deliver it Friday Afternoon I will call and deliver all packages Phone me to come for your work next week and lets get together along this line you will be pleased with the work and 1 will appreciate your business Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY process CIA e MNLAUNDRY Hurried Two 1 McCreary last week He will move his family there first of the year The infant of Mr and Mrs Herman Benning died Thursday morning and was buried at Burgin Friday Work on the telephone line from here to Bryantsvllle has been suspend ed on account of the inability to secure polesThe oody of Miss Preston who died at her brothers near VanArsdell Station was brought here and intered at Me Cemetery HOARSECOUGHS STUFFY COLDSQUIC- KLY CURED IY Foleys Honey and TarThere is no case on record of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstinate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs and Tar has stages always give comfort and relief Foleys Honey and Tar gives to sufferers as it relieves the difficult at once Remember the name and Tar and refuse substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown reparation no opiates Cured tf Ttrrlbli Gwgh M Lings N Jackson of Danville Ill writes My daughter had a severe attack of and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great remedies without relief tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She never been troubled with a cough since CtflSMHtptlM Curt Foley Co Dana Ind Honey aqd Tar me after I had suffered two and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief last one could do me no good I tried almost was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to Throat and Lung Trou ble Yours truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the 4100 bottle six times as much SMJ All UGNWEIKB IT For sle by C C T Stormes incipientConsumption breathing U GentlemenFoleys withoutbenefit doss sizes25c andonehalf smallsize almost E q c een a IFOR SALE I GRASS I p BasSI eue CoLrreyHARRODSBURG KENTUCKY J jsssssssssuussseuusssuussssssussssussusasusalisssuussflsss write for list or call on 3 W Elmore I4MusssssUHsussuIsussHUsssssSsusIsssssuHIss SSSSHISP i tI r Ifff 1T e t l hv- lP A T U tY r l l J rlsr 4e e N CULTIVATING THE POTATO The Merits of Level as Against Hit Cultivation Better for Thy Weather There are two distinct ways of cul tlvatlng the and hill cul tivation The latter is the older meth od and many farmers still follow plan irrespective of the possible of level cultivation I believe that good deal depends upon the year the kind of potatoes planted I found however says a Ill correspondent of the Prairie Farmer that I get us satisfactory results from level cultivation as I used to get from hilling besides I have the advantage of keeping my ground in better condition During a dry year I hive found potatolevel i am Will count jut I A Tjplc l PQUto J serious objection to hilling thu crop for the reason that the gi eater exposed by hilling aids In the accompanying sketch which I have taken from a recent from the Maryland station is shown a typical potato vine Suppose that the soil about this Is hilled The result Is that the and roots are nearer to the than if the land is level on sides I think that the point I wish make is so clear that further is unnecessary- I must admit however that the potato field with a shovel plow last time through may have some ad vantages particularly during a surface potatoes are covered perhaps and the soil dry out quicker Concerning the advantage I think that the should endeavor to select the that grows down and thus avoid sun bur as I would like to have some their experience in The 1 armer telling why they hill their po tatoes I think it will be found when everything is sifted down some will become convinced that good many are doing some work and leaving their potatoes in worse condition to resist dry than would be the case with level cul tivation HAMMER MADE OF PIPE Very Handy Tool Which Can Be Mafl of Odd Pieces of Iron Piping A very handy hammer can be made for little or nothing provided VIM surface evaporation bul- letIn potatoes surface discussion seasonthe better former C cuss one viii thre I billie tt w wi fanim petal readei Prai th tb usele weatlu has some old on hand says H C Stiebel Jr St county Missouri in a late issue Popular Mechan ics Into a one half inch tee B screw a piece of onehalfinch pipe A about materials Lou is eIght Inches long with threads on one end and two pieces of onehalfinch pipe CC 2y2 inches long with thread on both ends On the ends DD put one hnlfinch caps A larger hammer may be made by using pipe of larger dimensions and the hammer can be made heavier by stopping up the tee and filling the head with lead Such a hammer as this has its but for heavyweight than what would be required for a heavy iron maul such a hammer might be used to an advantage IN DRY SEASONS Thorough Cultivation Will Hold Mois ture in Soil and Keep Crops Growing When rainfall is short In the spring more careful cultivation is necessary in order that hoed crops may grow or shallow cultivator should be kept going constantly Dont work wet soil but after a light shower stir the ground as quickly as possible to pre vent the moisture getting away The it carefully enough moisture is re The secret of the Campbell system of soil culture explains Farm and Home Is to retain what moisture is received by the soil and allow very little to by evaporation This is entirely By Contrast Mrs Flighty always knew what she but her listeners were some times left In doubt Hot where we were last summer she echoed an inquiry made by a friend who had begun her annual search for a boarding place Hot Why I used to spend my afternoons under a big oak tree the loveliest cool shady spot you ever saw In your life and the thermometer there was almost always above 90 Youths Companion lim- Itations work- less Cultivation tothedIstricts escape attendIngsuccess 1 meant o Mud HMpy for Life Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school supentendent at Bt Albany W Va which his little daughter was restored from the dread ful complaint he namas lIe says My little daughter had St Yltus DarcV which yielded to no steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete sure cure for nervous com plaints general debility female weak nessesimpoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by McRuberls drug store Price 50c lul PAINT LICK One of the prettiest parties of the season was given Wednesday evening when Mr and Mrs Woods Walker entertained with a Halloween party to a few of their friends The house was charmingly decorated with au tumn leaves pumpkins and chrysan themums The color scheme yeUow was beautifully can ied out the house being illuminated with jackolanterns and candles which made a most picture for her guests The de ligbtful fruits and nuts were served by Miss Mary Walker the daughter of the host and hostess Those who had the pleasure of accepting the invitation were Mrs Ed Walker Mrs Givens Terrill T E Slavin Misses Estelle Margaret Mary Mattie and Isabella Walker Katie Lee Denny Alma Lear and Rice Woods Terrill The most pleasing features of the evening were music and fortune telling which was most delightful until the wee hours of the night Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifyiug work goes right on Best cure for coustipation headache and dizziness 25c at McRoberts 1m The Ladles Missionaiy Society of the Presbyterian Church will hold a Bazaar on Saturday December 8th Eatibles home made candyuseful and fancy articles for sale tf Do not forget M Auixl iary will hold the annual doll sale December 1st They propose to make it unusually attractive this year Give them your patrongaze tf Every young man and woman should enter tbe Richmond Business College at once and prepare for good positions Prof Lippold has call for more gradua tes than he can supply Superior ad vantages Positions are guaranteed Cheap Trip to California This office has a round trip ticket to California either San Francisco or Los Angeles which we will dispose of at a very low figure Ticket good until Jan lstvfirstclass passage Will sell cheap if sold at once Address J M H care Central Record Great Sale Saturday Nov 10th The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church will give an ADVERTISING SALE Consisting of the choicest articles from the various advertising firms throughout the United States Toilet articles fruit trees flowers shrubs table delicacies and confections for sale in Harriss store Public Square 2t The Midway Clipper says Many of the leading farmers of this county have expressed their determination not to raise any more tobacco They have been forced to this by reason of the medic ent help and the tenant system which they regard as very bad They have found large crops a constant source of worry to them Labor has been hard to get and has demanded such enormous prices that tobacco raising has been well nigh unprofitable in the last two years Many farmers at Versailles said they had raised the last stalk of tobacco they ever intended to They appeared to be throughly disgusted with the whole business and regreted they had not quit years ago We believe that the example of these farmers will soon be followed by other tobacco and that the crop will be tut a small proportion of what it has been in the past few years Town Killers The several classes of townkillers are being roasted in the newspapers Townkillers are described as people pulling down what others do or what their enterprising neighbors endeavor to accomplish for the general welfare An exchange classes these as follows 1 The man or woman who cant find anything worth buying at home there fore does his trading through catalog or visits the on a rail road pass 2 The economist who dreads the cost of sidewalks clean streets sewers and even good lights 3 The chap who owns the town generally opposed to every movement be did not originate 4 The self seeker He wants to see every movement fail tbat does not promise him direct benefit He orally found In collusion with the meanest townkiller of all he who lost his moral reputation seeks to destroy the credit or reputa tlon of his neighbors I r Iiits md CkiliiiB 9 r lPfn treutment but rcw cure Quick pleasing attractive druggist the CW B returning 2t Monday raisers obstructing town killers citiesgenerally waterand Isgen hast own CASTOR IA hI1W Y Hall Allays 1IrP1- Bearsthe I f c p h M D HUGHES G B HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY V Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates the fact that is the safest and Lest interestYou as lie pays us our com mission based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the priceTo 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 machine for hemp breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paying the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of SSOOOO 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 reach all points The Belle Telephone also has a line here There is rural free delivery of mall along all the pikes in the County The following will be shown by us at low prices 11 IJ SVINE ROAD I successful in beg v No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit YOU in location and price No 9 Large and commodious brick bus ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandurs good cistern and well on the premises l acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for it Trice 500000 No 11 2 new cottage houses on Tottcn in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nicenew frame cottage garden on Lexington street in Lancaster Ade- sirable borne In sight ot the Graded school and la one of the best residence sections of the City Trice 2COOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm proDertv No 16 74 14 acres of as good land as In Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings of good water the farm is in a high state of cultiva tlou This farm is I J miles from pike same distance from Bryautsrille a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we otTer it a fine investment 03 CO per acre No 17 SnTJi acres of One hemp and tobacco land on Kirksvillc pike in Gurrurd County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools l ew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn 42 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all ncceasury out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores c This property is right on pike and is well improved and Is bargain at wOO per acre Terms easy payments No 21 A farm of 250 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco laud never falling water furme house 7 rooms large burn and 2to bacco barns tenant house Smiles mom Let caster 7000 per acre No 29 C7 acres ol well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern it well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7100 ten acre No SI 192 acres best Gartard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class Improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Bryautsville 0500 per acre on easy terms No S6 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lncaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses In Garrard C hemp and tobacco land wellfeuced and in abundance Ask us about this one a n for price Other property for sale and exchange List your Iroperty with us we would like to show our contract No37 100 acres of first class land on good pike G miles from Lancaster 1 mile from rail road 6 room frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS aVe- nue and lot tmt I Stick I water I KingsNew I j C 34 C outF on FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial SOc 100Si Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK TROUBLES s i 8 No25 1120 A M No30 244 P M No29 P x No10 14 s 53No9 29 c Leave Lancaster Trains ill IR iNORTH TimeIn Mch I 1906 For Richmond Winchester Lexlng ten Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle COT Ington Cincinnati etc Winchester Paris Cynthianu Lexington Frankfort Shelbyvllle Louisville SOUTH BOUND For Jellico Crab Orchard Mt I Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etc Only carries Ipassengrs for points SonthUowland For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Nashville Etc For Stanford and way stations I i For I I Trains run daily except Sunday Above Is stop at all sta when flagged Train No 10 makes direct connection at Win Chester 737 AM with C 0 for all points west to Louisville and at 855 AM all points east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct connection at Win Chester 438 PM with C t 0 for all points west to Louisville V and Knoxvlllo ville FARM FOB SALE The farm of the lateJobn MPalmer is offered for sale and the will take pleasure in showing to any one desiring to purchase same farm cantains 106 ACRES is in Garrard county Ky near Point pike and is in tine state of cultlva Anyone having claims against said Palmer will present them or my attorney LL Walker properly 2 4t Executor LEAVINO RowlandRowlandRowland undersigned on the Richmond and Lancaster tome prov- en J W r l L t ion a t he eaveli1 ion MdItaddWUM i I land whatever nevtr falling stock water 60 acres can be put lu wheat this full every acre of this lenin is tobacco an J homeland a 00 per acre Xo41 jfl acreS 8 miles from Lancaster on county read Jj mile from pike 1 mile from school new frame cottojre of t rooms fine cistern never tock water I large barn and other out buildings 25 acres In hemp coin 20 acres wheat stubble balance iu gras good orchard No waste laud silO all iu high 01 cultivation Price if50U per acre No 15 11J4 acres on couuty road one fourth mile from pike good 5 room cottage large new barn C0x35 feet plenty of fruit of all 5 acres iu tobacco 3 acres grarsbalaucu in corn This is a nice little country lion and well worth what is n ked I2 000 No 40 I5GJJ acres of as good land as is In i Garrard County 6 room house and good bam I anti outbuildings wellwatertd goof orchard all tobacco and hemp land Ask about this one for further description and for price No47 J15 acres of land in Garrard County 4 miles from Lancaster mile of Lexington pike splendid road to house house with good collie barn and other outbuildings well watered 10 wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hemp aalauce in grass feucf good 70 00 per acre No 48 50 acres of laud right on the pike miles from Lancaster will be sold worth the money for further description end price No 4 43 acres land miles from town pn the pike good improvements cottage house of 4 rooms laud till in grass Tills will suit you See us for further description 1rice jrilooool No SO 50 acres 2 miles near the pike brick residence laud lies well anti is till In crass full description on application Price f r per acre No 51 Sit acres of as good laud as in Gar rand County in sight of Court house adjoins 2 pikes well improved 400 acres iu grass barn room for Id acres of tolacco 2 large barns well watered 15 W role new wire fencing good pair stock scales nil necessary out build ings can show you the figures as to what 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 52 181 acres miles from Lancaster 121 acres iu grass us good or better than city oth er farm See us for price and desceiptioa No 170 acres of rich hemp slid tobacco bind on pike well improved new house 7 miles from Lancaster good neighborhood 70W per acre NoV 1 3 acres of lund 2 miles from Lancaster right on pike fine improvements 2 story metal roofed frame dwelling no 1 good barn tenant house and other out buildings J4 nile from a depot on th railroad hemp tobacco land in state of cultivation 1rice ITiiCO per acre No 201 acres iu onehalf mile of town splendid land Will be gold nil together or separated at a bargain to divide tIm estate Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of I ood tate I I within I ne Groom Sell l anew We fI II failing kinds one fourth ncrOs e Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits c8 is now ready on application We em ploy no agents but sell direct to the planterH Sons LEXINGTON KY Farm For Sale 204 ACRES OF LAND Will sell privately 264 acres of line farming land situated 1 mile from Lan caster on the Lexington pike about 10 acres in town limit About acres in cultivation rest in grass All under good fence and has plenty nev erfailing water Dwelling house is good and has all necessary Possession for seeding purposes given this Fall and of dwelling first of year or sooner This farm should be seen to be appreciated Since the City Council is enforcing the laws laud in the vicinity of Lancaster has 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 Adtnr Coo ann SeeO- UR FALL GOODS for your in spection These goods are all fresh and new and our prices are right FORBES McCREARY KY 35 outbuildings advanced are noW ready a U S S CITY ORDINANCE An Ordinance PiwJdlng for the As or by the City of yuicaMcr Ky of oinHlid Iruteity for allY year or years and providing for tlie collection of the taxes thereon Be it ordained the City Council of the Lancaster Ky as fyi Section I That it shall be the duly of thu Marshall of the city or LancuH er Ky awl UN City Auoruuy Shan MM power to cauo lu Ua Hated taxation all property JH the City uf jaiica iur uimUcd or any portion of Hfeity oy the Aacsbor or loiud of Supei visurs city or by tile ul Valuation aid AsaesiuuijO or ivanruUi tj jiiiis tij or K uueuu aiij uupiopcr or irreyuiur assess in en t fur any year or vearti Timulli er pro losing to have any such property as ebsed shall file with the City Cleric of wherein tile property is liable asschhtnent a statement contaiiing the location description and value of tile properly proposed to be assessed and Lice value oi the corporate fran chise if any and the name and place of residence or tOe owner Ills agent or attorney or person is po seasiuii of tile property to be absessud and the year or years toe whicii the property is to oe assessed Section 11 Said Clerk shall there upon issue a suimuuns against n er to show cause bjforu some regular or called meeting of i tie City Council which is convent not less than rive days after the service of such sutumnns why such property siiail not be assessed at tile value atiii lor the years named in the statement lied Thesuinmons shall be executed oy the Warshall by delivering a copy thereof to the owner f in the county or city ir not then to his agent attorney or person in posses blOt of the property Provided tlutby default or otherwise shali be rendered against such alleged ovner unless tile statement iiled shall contain such a description ot the prop erty sought to be assessed as will en able tile Court to identify it Section 111 At the next regular or called meeting of the City Council at ter notice has been served tit days if it shall appear to them that said plO perty is liable fur taxation and has not bacn assessed they shall enter an lixing tile value thereof at its fair cash value estimated as required by law if not liable for taxation they shall make an order to that effect If the City Council shall decide that the is liable to assessment an order shah be entered to that i licet and the Clerk shall certify to the Marshall a description of the property and the amount of the assessment for taxation together with the amount of penalty and cost of assessment upun wHich as segment he shall proceed to collect as other taxes Section IV All persons owning property which may be assessed as heiein provided shall in addition to the taxes pay a penalty of twenty per cent on tile amount of the taxes due and cost of assessment except where such property shall beets duly listed by the owner thereof Said taxes anti penalties shall be collected and accounted for as other taxes and penalties are required to be collected Section V As compensation for his services in causing such property to be assessed the City Attorney shall receive the penalty of twenty per cetitum herein provided for and it shall ba the duty of the Marshall or olllcer making such collection to pay said penalty to him provided that if the Marshall shall lile such statement one half of the twenty per centum penalty shall be retained by the for his services and tIle otherone half shall be paid to theCity Attorney The Clerk and Marshall shall receive the same fees fur their services in the tiling of statement and issual of thereon and the execution of summons as the Circuit Cleric and sheriff are by law entitled wInch shall be taxed as costs and paid by the persons against whom asucc sful a ess ment is had provided that the city in no instance shall be liable for any costs on said proceedings The City appear and prosecute all cases for the assessment of property as here provided whether beforethe City Council or in any court wLeie such pro ceeding may be taken Section VI If any person or per sons or t ulcer or agent of any corpora Lion who haveing been summoned be fore the Council upon a proceeding to assess his property or the property of another shall fail or refuse to answer any question touching his prooerty or the property of another or to make disclosure concern ing such facts as will enable the City Council to determine what property he or another may have subject to asessment it shall be the duty of the Police Court of said city upon application of Marshal or any member of said Council to issue a rule against such person for his fail ure to answer suh questions and it shall be the duty of said court to compel true answers to such cities lions same are in law competent and relevant to the Iiquiry by process of contempt and in each in stance to adjudge against such parson if in default the costs of said proceed ings and if such person is court by his failure to answer such questions as directed the Court shall have the right and it shall be his duty to line and imprison such person to the extent he is by law authorized in case of contempt The City Council in making such asses mentshall have the right and it shall be their duty by its Mayor or presiding olllcer to the usual oath to all peisons who may come before them or be before them to testify concerning the property of any taxpayer who is in Section VII The Clerk shall enter all such assessments in a book to be kept for such purpose showing the date of the assessment the name of the person against whom the assess ment is made the location and of the property assessed the value fixed thereon and the olllcer collecting the tax shall when the same is paid notify the Clerk of its payment which payment shall be not ed by Clerk opposite the of such assessment The object this ordinance is to insure the assessment for taxation of all omitted property and the collection of any taxes in the City Lancaster Ky and when any property is assessed or any assessment correctedthe taxeslevies and liens for such years shall applv Section VIII This ordinance shall take effect from and after its publica tion as bv law I J C I1It1i I 1 Xi lOll by Oity of lows have fur IOU I LtU of oith Su1 U the to the summons the C erk in contempt 0 administer summoned proceedings description o required J I City proposed os tic order property Marshall Attorney Attest C W West Clerk J M Duncan Mayor We have the largest end care fully selected line of of can goods ever brought to this City It Currey Ilerndon Old news papers for sale at this office most s