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THE CENTRALANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER G 1906 e RECORDtIBrBNrBENrH YEAR I- iI t WBsRss Everybody Knows that we carry the very Latest and Best everything in the Dry Goods line and that we carry no shoddy trash to work off on the public in Special Sales or other fakes to mislead the people We have the handsomest stocks of goods in Central Kentucky and sell gocds at Live and Let Live Prices The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY OUR Fall and Winter Stock 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 prices therefore we can save you money A look will convince you that you can buy of us Better Shoes Better Clothing Better Hats and Better Furnishing at less price than any house in Lancaster Logan A If I III v 1 II III II if III II ii 11 Isl I III IIIII II i ll I I I I J I I I 11 r advance- in ods I H T 00 I oll rVe IMr MwM t II H II t Sk iI ICI 1 fl IhIr IW IMI MVMM MMv VWV n s d- jc Lwerweif ilrv First ice Saturday night Eight coons in the chain gang Two weeks til Thanksgiving Houses are in great demand Horrig killing time close at hand Get to figuring on your Xmas pres ents The turkey crop is not so short at ter all The town clock is worn out and un reliable Lots of vacant houses on the Chute Alas too bad Cooks are scarce and some of them as mean as the devil The chain gang cleaned up the Park Saturday a needed job The quail crop is short Many were slaughtered beore the law was out Dr Blaney of Frankfort preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday There is much typhoid fever in the county The long drouth has caused a great deal of sickness For the first time in its history the Public Square was swept Monday every particle of dirt being removed Good Some pretty flowers are being grown at the Lancaster green houses Mr Christman is an expert florist and has everything right up to date Our good friend Henry Burdett sent The Record a tremendous possum and a sack of sweet potatoes Now mabe you think we didnt live while they lasted The Records faithful engineer Carey Mullins has moved to ton where he is running an eating house lie ran the engine in this office for fifteen years and we have never had a more honest or faithful ployee Some more coons were caught in devilment Saturday night atd Judge Armstrong dosed out justice with a liberal hand Monday morning Verily the way of the transgressor is hard in Lancaster Big Fire Near Town Monday afternoon the slaughter pens of Mr T S Elkin on the new Danville pike caught tire and before the tiames were extinguished they had burned the pens and destroyed the the stable coal house and other proper ty making a heavy loss for the clever gentleman It was with the greatest difficulty that the residence was saved as the property is outside the town limits and could not be reached by the fire hose Some hogs hides tallow and other property were consumed making the loss reach about with only 300 insurance Buried In Lancaster The remains of Milt Estes who was killed by young Kennedy at Crab Orchard last week were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Thursday The Odd Fellows of which he was an enthusiastic member had charge of the burial Many of the local members joined with the Crab Orchard lodge in payinz the last sad tribute to the de ceased Mr Estes was a hardworking man and had many friends who deeply deplore his death As the Lincoln county Jury is in session Mr Kennedys case will likely be looked into by that body and an indictment returned in a few days Peculiar Experience The other day Mr Jas Hill who lives on Water street was setting out raspberry bushes the end of a row coming near an old well He dug the last hole poured in some water placed the plant and was tamping with his foot when the earth gave way in a space about two feet across and Mr Hill fell into the hole until he reached shoulder depth his arms being This checked his course until assistance arrived It proved that a stream of water emptying the well ran directly under the spot where Mr Hill was working and had gradually washed away the dirt there under Had his arms failed to check him he would have been killed as the hole was many feet over his head It is safe to say that it any raspberries or anything else grow in that vicinity someone beside Mr Hill will have to plant them Let Him Move On Occasionally one will hear the wish I was out of this town and then one feels like saying I wish you for the man who stands on the street corners chewing and telling obscene stories cursing the finding fault with his mother because she was a woman claiming the merchants are a lot of thieves that the lawyers and men would skin a man to a tin isb and a whole lot more Is a nuisance and an abomination Anyone pestered with or more such worthies would be justified in exercising cowhide authority on the bosom of their pants No one is obliged live where be is not suited If one hasnt an word for the business enterprise and institutions of his town he should shut up and go way back and sit down Jf things dont suit you move on to where they A growl er and sorehead in a town is an enter prise killer tyne d e mutts exing emn outstretched int remark 11 were town newspaper one will every I GOD spitting grass encouraging r Mr O car Parks soninlaw of Mrs E Brown of this city died at his home in Middlcshoro last week was buried in the Richmond cemetery Advertising Sale Continues The Ladies Aid Society will the Advertising Sale at E W Harris store next Saturday Some fine articles for sale cheap Cakes salads etc for sale U D C Officers The U D C held their regular meet ing last Friday with Mrs Mattie Fris hie The following new officers were Mrs J A Roystun president Mrs Alex Dcty vice president corresponding secretary Mrs Mattie Frisbie treasurer Mrs B F Hudson historian Miss Mary Doty recording secretary Will Build a Beauty Haselden Bros are receiving the material for the handsome new store room they will build in connection with their present house It will be of pressed colored brick of pretty design uncLupto date in every respect The new building will be thrown together with the present one and as stated in recent issue of The Record the Messrs Haselden will add a wholesale to their business They are hus tiers and that they will meet with the greatest success there is nor the doubt Such hustlers are the kind who build up a town Pity that more Lancaster people do not invest their money at home Fine Enterprise Lancaster has one of the best florists in the state in Mr John Christman who has erected large up to date on Richmond street near the rail road crossing He has quite a now her of growing flowers acd many plants which he sells at the very lowest prices He is storing a great many flowers for the people which is a great convenience for them He has the houses in perfect running order and invites the public to call and see them This is an enterprise long needed in Lancaster and the people should show their appreciation by giv Mr Christman their patronage He is prepared to furnish designs of all kinds on shortest notice A Loss to Lancaster It is with great regret that The Record announces the determination of Dr G Chris Faris to leave Larcas ter and locate in the West For Dr Faris has been in poor health his physicians have advised a climate He will leave in a few weeks for Arizona and will give up the of his profession for a year Dr Faris located in Lancaster several years ago and has established a live practice lIe is one of the best dentists in the state a fine gentleman and a good citizen In every way lie has a legion of friends here who trust that he will soon recover his health and return to Lancaster lie had building a cozy residence on Rich mond street which he will complete and either sell or rent before leaving Bonds Fail To Carry The official count showed that the proposition to put the court house in decent shape had failed to pass and the chances are the old hull will be al lowed to rot down or kill someone and the taxpayers be made to pay many thousand dollars in damages While the building is all right from outside appearances yet the interior is in a dilapidated and unsafe condition Had those who voted against the pronosi tion gone through the building exam ined the dangerous cupalo and the un sate vaults we are satisfied the bonds would have carried by an overwhelm ing majority However we have a fiscal court composed of gentlemen who will do all in their power to remedy the trouble and they can be counted upon to do the right thing every time so if there is any way possible by which the house can be patched they will see that it is done Those familiar with the unsafe and unhealthy condition of the building regret very much that the vote was against making a first class building The Turkey Crop The Lexington Leader says Ac cording to advices received by local poultry dealers the crop of turkeys this year will he a very large one Dealers are now receiving turkeys weighing from twelve to fifteen pounds apiece as compared with weighing seven to ten pounds year Eastern speculators who havoc with the market last year were taught a severe lesson and they will keep their hands off this Last year these interests se cured options on the bulk of the tur key crop in October for delivery during November and December Realizing that they would not receive the exor bitant price they had looked for they failed to take up their options As a result the farmers were left with a big supply of turkeys on hand which they were compelled to sell at very low fig ures This year howevert the are pledged to sell direct to the consumers and take the open market price Present prices of fourteen teats a pound on toot and twenty cents dressed will probably prevail during the Thanksgiving holidays Other poultry will also be plentiful Geese have already made their and heavy receipts are looked for later Old hens and spring chickens are in liberal supply and prices are reasonable any Fannie Farra potted change- of practice turkeys last played seaSon farmers appearance continue Mrs department slightest greenhouses ow sometime biers commented Go to the court house tonight lay and hear the Armenian tell of the great massacre of his people He was there Rev C II Garrison pastor of the Danville Christian church was taken suddenly ill suffering from hemor ragesof the lungs and has been fore ed to take an indefinite leave from his church Eld F M Tinders subject for next Sunday morning will he Kentucky Missions At night he will speak up on one of the greatest curses of the day gambling Evening service at 71 Prof Mannix was to Charles town Indiana Wednesday by the death of his brother lie will return in a few days to resume his duties at the Graded school During his ab sence Ellis is conducting the school in the most satisfactory man Nonry Karagiozean The Armenian will lecture at the court house Friday evening the 16th at 730 p m for the benefit of the Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church Come hear a lecture tilled with both pathos and fun Fine Lecturer To Return J Those who heard M J Fanning the great Irish temperance lecturer on his t recent visit to Lancaster will be to know that he will come again on Tuesday the 27th and deliver another lecture in the Presbyterian church that night lIe will be greeted by a large audience as he is one of the 3 best in the country and you should 4 not fail to hear him lIe steers wide of old cutand dried lecture and you ti are interested from start to finish 2t r The Burley Growers C M Hanna Manager of the Burley Tobacco Society has established his office in Winchester Ky and is pre pared to send out to county and pre cinct constitutions and by laws of the Society and also pledges All interested in the movement who desire this materiel or any informa flan will apply to him to Winchester i Ivy Thanksgiving Exchange I The ladies of the Baptist church will have an exchange over the Joseph 2 Mercantile Cos store on the day before 4 Thanksgiving Everything good to eat will be for sale at the very lowest 5 prices The ladies will appreciate your j patronage and give you the very best of everything in the eating line Patronize them and get a bargain and and at same lime help a worthy cause The Ladies Missionary Society of the Presbyteriau 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 patronize tf Great Sale Saturday Nov 17th 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 SquareIt Come and hear the Armenian tell of the great massacre At court house Friday evening Nov pith 730 p m Benefit Ladies Aid Society The Richmond Business College is graduatiug and placing into posi tions a good number of young people and has calls for more graduates than it can furnish Prof Lippard ing the country for more bright young men and women aud wants 50 good students to enter at once Positions guaranteed Board 2 per week 3t The Richmond Business College offers superior advantages and trains thoroughly Uptodate text books and modern system of instructions guaranteed Every young person possible should enter and prepare for good positions Nothing pays better a business education is parents best gift to sons and daughters Write for particulars 3t Apron Bazaar and Exchange The ladles of the Methodist church will have an apron bazaar and ex change in the Post Office Saturday December 15th Aprons representing all the States also every size and color will be on hand at very low prices They will also have every thing for the table fresh and well prepared Your patronage will be greatly appreciated tf Services At Methodist Church Preaching every first and third Sab bath and every Sunday night Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 oclock Services at McKendrle church every second and fourth Sunday mornings tf 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 return ing until Jan 1st tirstclss passage Will sell cheap if sold at once Address J M H care Central Record 2t tri I J C 8 j J j J I the CW is sea h for sale begins called Rev nee delighted managers B Positions t j 4 4 1 t ljU BIG Ir I I Fence I tIrI 1J I au prices Willi interest you and Ino fence IIS made I I Come Earlv kind i Save Monev I I Haselden WlI1fft- UJ A Beazley Undetaker t Bargains IN dire better F Brothers 4rteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 RL DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Dentist Ogee over Thompons store Danville it WmHerudon Ben D Hcrndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over S tonnes drug store Caskets I Q Ic FARIS f 1 t CHRIS i l t AI For a stylish haircut or easy shave go to Henrj Dims p ar rote- t Corn Corn I am in the market for your corn and will pay the highest cash mar ket price See before you sell COAL COAL COAL Send in your wagons we always have coal 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 m and Thanksgiving is almost here and if you want your 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 in 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 flBMTHILL 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 w it RlafI v III 1JtAIVA1I Cor me o 1 1 r BffilII 1 II I I I Im 0 0 X 0lim I II m I m m H 1 t TS e e ease eee seee e e0ee 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 PAINT vv It is made to cover well look well and wear well It goes wrong if rightly applied Its very economical Use it and youll be fied always does just what you ex 11f peet it to do and it never rI A saris McRoberts Drug Store I THE National Bank Of Lancaster 0111150000 SlrI 10000 A R DENNY Preaidcat J E STORMES Vice Pret- S C DENNY Cashier J F ASst Cashr B T Embry DIBBCTOB- SSaml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny 1 yd Robinson Bookkeeper u S mw- ur WE WILL Keep Your lone Safe I fe Solicit You Bins CENTRAL RECORD lowed Weekly Olin per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClow trait Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Rates FOP Political Announcements- For Precinct and City Offices 50 For County Officers 100 For State Bud District Offices 150 For Calls per line 1 For Cards line 1 For all publications la the Interest of In or of individual line Obituaries per line Lancaster Ky November 16 1906 The United States has not only the most highly intelligent fighting force in the world but it is the best armed according to the report of Brig Gen William Crozier chief of ordinance of the army The regular troops have been equipped with arms and ammuni tion of the most improved design The soldiers are all equiped with the new magazine rifle the invention of of an American officer which is the most efficient weapon of its kind in existence de sign of field artillery bas also been issued doing awav with the type of field gun which has been in use for many years Ammunition of high grade is being manufactured in sum dent quantity to meet all possible Uncle Sam is in very good shape to meet any form of trouble if trouble shows its head At the recent meetmgof the Eighth District Publishers League it was decided to accept no more tickets in return for adver Using theatres and other public en tertainments The public is not aware of the fact but it is very true that newspapers do about five or six dollars worth of work and receive two tickets in return the value of which is about 8150 Henceforth the news papers of the Eighth District League will charge ten cents a line for such matter and if the editors desire to go to the show they will pay their little fifty cents for a tciket This is a splendid agreement and tbe papers all over the state should adopt the same rule President Roosevelt is on ajaunt to Panama He has been on more wild goose chases than all the other dents combined It some one would come along in an air ship and say Get in Ted and to the moon he would quickly accept the invitation and begin the journey That Mr Ituusevelt is a good man and a good president no one will deny but unless he quits galloping over the entire face of the and ocean as well some assassin is going to plug him full of holes Its all right to be a brave man but one with enough good to take care of himself is entitled to far more praise The country newspaper men would be mighty glad if the Louisville Times would resurrect that Kentucky heading and assign a good man to the work It furnished a cozycorner by which the country boys could keep in touch with one another in this way preventing that drifting apart likely to occur in the long time between meetings of the Kentucky Press It was not only enjoyed by the newspaper men but greatly ap predated by the public Green Keller of the Carlisle says every candidate before tbe late primary was afraid to send out a card or circular without the union label on it The country printers got none of the work but next year when the hard work of the campaign is to be done free the country editor will be expected to do it The country are in a position to keep hands off if they want to The recent election and especially the primary has more fully proven the Australian ballot system a failure in every sense of the word Let us to the old fashioned viva voce method where a man must walk and sing out his choice While the old way was by no means perfect yet it was far better than the present method of voting President Roosevelt has again shown his good hoss sense by dismissing from the Army a battalion of negro troops who created a disturbance in one of the Western cities Some troops make good soldiery a rule the placing of brass buttons on Rastus makes a fool of him Louisville voted an immense amount of money for a new sewer system If new plant will only carry off the Louisville brand of politics together with some of her politicians the city will soon forge to the front ina great many ways The Government Printing Office turned out copies of con gresfiional speeches during the recent campaign Well wager our stack of blue chips that not five of the number were read Those who recently from a hunt for the North Pole ran out of food and were forced to eat dogs In commenting thereon they Intimate it made a dog on Ice diet The Record office has just received save you money tf l 1 Py dollar and 0 views per 10 00- as The new demandsand Complimentary lets go judgment Editor Association Mercury newspapers return upI colored the 000000 returned engraved i i 1 M1YiiwwM I regarded pre earth boas 6 explorers o i iAlNT LICK Mrs G W Kemper is quite sick Mrs Ellen Davis is quite sick with bronchial pneumonia- A B Enridge sold to Anthony Jett a building lot on Church street For rent Suite of nice rooms Possession at once Dr Snowden2t Mrs Pattie Engleman has rented her place here to Mr Parker Gregory for next year The Misses Tredway entertained a few of their friends very charm ingly Saturday evening Mrs Mary Moberly who has been sick with typhoid fever is improving rapidly and will soon be out again Mr and Mrs Adams and little son Wade of Donerail were the guests of Mrs Pattie Engleman last weekMarried on the seventh of the month Mr B G Smith of Cartersvllle to Miss We wish them a long life of happiness Mrs Minnie Jennings will run the hotel here next year Dr Casenburg will a few weeks for his old home in We are glad to know that William Young and Lewis Guynn are very much pleased with their school at Due West South Carolina Rev C S Young who has been teach ing the high school here did not teach this fall as seven o his pupils are attending college in different parts of the state Mrs Mattie Ely visited her daugbber Mrs Millara Highland in Paris bat urdayand Sunday She reports Mr Highland not so badly burned by the explosion of his engine as first re portedProtracted meeting will begin at the Christian here the second Sunday in December Rev McClelland will be assisted by Rev Coake There will also be preaching at this church on the first Sunday of the Broadway Christian ChurchLexington gave to the trustees of the Paint Lick Chris tiara church 826 00 toward their build ing fund Why can not Lancaster and other sister towns do likewise Having decided to quit business I will offer my stock of millinery goods at very low prices Ladies you will do well to call and examine my stock and get prices on bats Also have a nice line of Baby Caps and Veils Minnie Paint Lick Ky Veranda Hotel tf SAllKSBUllY Miss Jennie Pollard spent with her sister Mrs Ella Cecil of Danville Mrs N P Cobb was in Crab Orchard to see Dr Burdette the eye specialist Saturday Messer W T Cobb E C Cobb of Nicholasville were recent visitors at N P Cobb the later of the week Rev G M Thompson of Mt Hebron preached at the Fork church Sunday morning and dined with M F Rout Rev Shouse of Middlesburgh will preach here next Sunday morning ab the usual hour every body invited to come Miss Georgia Dunn has returned home after spending several days ab Paint Lick in the Interest of the Christian Endeavor Miss Jennie Pollard boasts of a sweet potato of unusual dimentions in fact so large that one half of it was prepared and served for eighteen guests at a dinner The remain half of this delicacy was partaken of daily by the family consisting of four mem bers for eight days Mr Gooch the sheriff of Lincoln county was here Wednesday night of last week and summand space of our citizens to appear before Judge Bell at Stanford on the Crutchfield and Carter case The midnight call was so unexpected and to their chagrin none of them had time to make their exit through the back door Of the number summoned Messrs John Boys ton John Simpson and Chas Burdette were only considered competent jurors STONE Lee Grow sold some corn to Norman Grow for 81 50 Miss Katie Duncan was a visitor at Stone last week Mr Tiyis Preston bought of Mr C M Mobley some corn at 8170 Mrs Bebbie Scott of Bourne at Stone and Judson last week Miss Peachie M Sanders is the guest of Miss Hattie Duncan Miss Leola Scott entertained several of her friends Thursday evening Bro Foley will begin a series of meetings at Scotts Fork Sunday Mrs George Quimby of Jessamlnels visiting her daughter Mrs Huke Pres ton Mrs Lem Teater and children are visiting her father Mr Will Sanders of Madison Mrs Emma Posey and Miss Nfebble Hunter are visitors at Mr Joe Hicks this week Mr Jim Sanders has been suffering very much from a stick striking him In his eye Miss Maud Mitchell was the guest of Miss Llnnie Preston from Saturday night until Sunday Mr George Ray and Miss Me Queary drove to Lancaster Wednesday afternoon and were qnitely married C S Elite Misses Pearl and Beatric Sanders and Jewel Montgomery were the guests of Mrs Lizzie Burgess of Brj rr J W Dora Howley to Knoxville Tenn The C E Society Jennins I Wednesday charm- Ing byBev i I rM1w r leave B ylsi Bessie antavlle W9daiadiy 1f fed In M morl min the death of Henry Clay Jen Wings which bccured October the 1900 one of the truest and no blest of Gods noblemen was removed from this stage of life It was the fortune and pleasure of tbe writer to lave kuown him almost his life and during that time each succeeding year from the beginning of this brought to mind some new trait of nobility which stamped him a man of honesty and integrity whose was as beautiful as it was gentle and who upon all occasions brought sunlight into the dark places of the lives of those with whom he came in contact Early in life when just beginning tbe school boy days when barely out of kilts and on the thresn old of the kneetrousers period while a classmate and chum of his only son Bradford the writer met him in his own home and before that day had drawn to a close he had found a warm spot in that boys heart which will remain forever The acquaintance begun so many years ago soon ripened Into a friendship which grew stronger on the part of each as the years rolled by and although they were apart dur ing the last few years yet that friend ship I am sure on his part was as ever at the time of his death and I know that It is embalmed in my mem ory so sacredly that it will never be effaced by time or eternity A Christian he was in every sense of tbe in the highest sense Not alone by profession but by his every day life His every step was in the path of right and all who learned to know him were made better by the knowingHe wellversed in the highest and purest literature Often and of ten have I sat at his feet and listened in wonder as he would quote page paga from the different plays of Shakespeare His mind was as fertile as his judgment was true No better friend ever breathed and those who were fortunate enough to secure that friendship had bis aid and affection at all times As years brought the writer to man hoods estate this friendly affection grew even stronger between the two and whenever in trouble or doubt i was a pleasure to seek and receive his advice which always proved to A life so grand and exquisite in its beauty cannot but be very greatly missed in the community in which he lived and the loss of it will leave a vacant chair in the family circle which can never be filled This character needs no monument for his life has builded one that be imperishable May the loving Father whose teachings he so faith fully followed touch the wounded hearts of the bereaved family making them to realize that he has only gone before and may tbe loving compassion which sustained him through all the trials and vicissitudes of life be their guide and comforter all through this earthly pilgrimage and finally into the fair still fields of Eternity the home he has now entered is the wish of one who loved him in life and who reverently honors him in death In Memoriam Mrs Fayette Brooks died at her home in Lexington Thursday morn ing November 8th 1906 The funeral services were held at Maple Grove Cemetery Nicholasville Friday morning and the concourse of people present was a testimonial of tbe many friends of the deceased After a por Lion of Scripture was read and a song by the quartette the body was placed beside other loved ones to await the resurrection morn Mrs Brooks formerly Miss Annie Fain was born in Jessamine county near Nicholasvilie where many years of her life were spent She resided in Garrard county near Bryantsville for two years but lived in Lexington at the time of her death by her beloved husband and nine dren Mr John Brooks of Lexington Mr Herbert Brooks of Bryantsville Mrs John Wood of Hanly Ky Misses Essie Mary Olive Eunice and Beat rice Brooks and Mr Luther Brooks of Lexington For years she had not been free from pain but her sufierings were borne with fortitude and and her selfforgetfulness and thought for others kept her from her couch for years Her life was a beau tifully rounded one with love and charity for all and her work for her church and society will long be re membered many jewels adorning her crown in the hereafter for the good she has done In her last hours earth her faith and trust in her Heavenly Father were beautiful and while some had misunderstood her through life she freely forgave and died triumphant realizing that The Blood of Christ cleanseth from all sin The bereaved relatives of the de ceased have the sympathy of community in their affliction Mr Brooks memory with her many here will remain fragrant forever A Loving and Devoted One Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr ThoB George a at Mb Elgin Ontario says I nave bad the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since it was Introduced Into Canada I sell as much of it as 1 do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under guarantee I have one bottle returned I can per sonally recommend this medicine as I have used It myself and given It to my children and with the best re suits For saleby RE McRobt rtsThe Reliable Lancaster la I th allot acquaintance life wordaye after will She is survived patience hereon tJ oat bad 1ultat 25 bright chi merchant t and always z t 1 Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have heard of the Bumper Crops which have been raised this year in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory and New Mexico Hive you compared them with results obtained in your section Is your work where you are bringing you udrquate returns for the capital invested and the labor expended If not a change would be beneficial perhaps A visit to the Southwest will open your eyes Out in Oklahoma the last big land opening is soon take place farms are still very cheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the Gulf Coast or Texas Let us give you full information about these sections You will want to see them after you have ex amined our illustrated literature Very low rates one way and round trip to Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays of each month r iii Ed v 4 ij to it GEO H LEE Gen Pas Agt Little Rock Ark H I McGUIRE Dist Pass Agt Cincinnati O Agt Frisco McmpliisTenn Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H Generallnsu ranee sPecial arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co one can call me Otllce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 2000 Round Trip from Louisville TO Tampa Punta Corda St Petersburg Orlando and many other points in FLORIDA Via Southern Railway and Queen and Cresent Route NOVEMBER 20th Also low Homcseekers Rates on November flth and 20th to points in Tennesssee North Carolina South Carolina Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida Texas Indian Territory Oklahoma Territory Kansas Nebraska and Colorado Tickets first class allowing liberal stopovers in each direction and good returning within thirty days For illustrated literature and com plete information call on or address A R Cook City Pass and Ticket Agt 234 Fourth Street Louisville Ky C H Hangerford Dist Pass Agt 234 Fourth Street Louisville Ky J C Dean Jr Asst Gen Pass Agt St Louis Missouri TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING 1 We are prepared 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 of a system of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic fc tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros I J N I r a KINN iFREEBy mmmmmmmnr I I I to e t 3 E aJIUAUAUIUUiIUUi JAUAU1UAU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUR v I AIR l Il 111 111 111 111 111 111 11 i 111 111 111 111 arm tm q y I L Row Of Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographsa- re made by artists not by amatures We know how to finish a picture to give it expression thats why the best people to us for pictures Youll be satisfied with our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Fall clothes get old TtlE POX STUDIO 7 come tia I I 1 Reduce Your Coal Bills Dont Shovel So Much Coal Moores Everlasting Fire Pot to the Rescue Moores Everlasting FirePot found in this stove burns all the gases consumes the smoke and gets every bit of the heat from the coal and you can burn the cheap est slack and secure as much heat as from the best coal MOUNT ELKIN Blue FrontSPECIAL VALVES Remember Mens overcoats Fine long 52 inch cravanetts and overcoats 398 up Extra quality 500 Heavy weight Mens and Youths double breasted suits short and long cuts made to fit well at 298 up Extra qualities 500 Fleeced underwear 19 up Shoes ofall kinds high and low cuts 98 up Ladies long and short cloaks late season goods 148 up Childrens shoes 69 up Comforts and blankets 59 up Outings 4 Fine dress goods inplaid broadcloths mo hairs etc worth 75c 39 up Dont wait until our stock is broken Our Felt Boots and Rubbers have arrived Come early BLUE FRONTH PATTERSON Prop The Working Mans Friend Terms Cash I 248up upI andsingle upI the world aud make it of you Worry and you are down and out So why not bring happiness into your home by buying a Graph ophone or a BALDWIN PIANO Lancaster Kentucky Dont Delay purchasing Your Fall Hat any longer We have the in Central Kentucky and can Save You Money Irs Aleianier Walker E Laf at t rD DID a a GO a ID DO I I I 1 1 Most Stylish Line I t Ht i j11 S lw fond nest ileindon 111f IVJlii 000000000 L w 41I l A Card of Thanks The family of Milt Estes who was killed at Crab Orchard last week ask The Record to say they appreciate the many acts of kindness shown them in their great bereavement and hour of trouble Character seldom climbs higher than kindness Croup A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the home for immediate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack if given as soon as the child becomes hearse or even after the croupy cough appears For sale by R E McRoberts A Yearof Blood The year 19o3 will lung be in the home of E N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when Ibegan taking Dr Kings New 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 Me Roberts drug store Price 50e and 8100 Trial bottle free Your fads cannot be anothers faith Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation the removal of a malignant ul cer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application says A C Stickel of Miletus W Persistent use of the Salvecompletely The holy life needs no heralding No man rises without being down a few times Made Happy for Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school supentendent at St Albans W Va which his little daughter was restored from the complaint be names He says My little daughter bad St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatmentbutgrew steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cureQuick sure cure for nervous com plaints general debility female weak nessesimpoveri8bed blood and malari Guaranteed by McRoberts drug store Price 50c im I I Lancaster remembered writesSevere I Discovery I III I involving 1 Vat InjuriesIII knocked III Ufe I dreadful 1 J 4 N Gossip About People v N ve A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those We Are In Miss Mattie Elkin is In Lexington the guest of Miss Lettie Brown Mrs George McRoberts of Covington has been visiting relatives here Miss Bell of Winchester is the guest of Mrs Williams Stanford avenue Miss Frankie Kauffman who Is in Hustonville is reported very ill at this writingMr Joseph and family moved Tuesday to their home on Lexington avenueMiss Bettie Anderson is in Tenn visiting her sister Mrs W R Marrs Mrs George Robinson of Hustonville has been with her mother Mrs Dor cas Walker W H Ward was in the city last week where he purchased a complete line of Holiday goods Mrs Nannie Talbot Johnston and daughter Miss Bettie Brent left Monday for Paris Mrs Belle Austin who was injured last week by jumping from a buggy is very much improved Mrs J R Mount and daughter Miss Joan were visiting relatives in Har rodsbnrg first of the week Mrs Monie Dunn of Danville spent last week with the families of Mr H M Ballou and Mr Ed Gaines The many friends of Bascom Ford were glad to see him driving Satur after a severe siege of typhoid fever Miss Bertha Burnside who has been visiting her aunt Mrs C K McGugin of Howard Ohio is expected home week West who has been teaching at Kensee Whitley county since last August is expected home Saturday Miss Levy Dunn of Bryantsville was here the first of the week the guest of Mrs Ophelia Dunn and Mrs Susan Salter Ellis wil leave next Monday for Georetown where she will enter college for the remainder of the scholastic year Miss Annie Turner of McCreary is visiting her uncle Turner at the Ballard House and helping la the New Garrard Grocery Mr and Mrs R L Elkin are in Louis yule this week Mr Elkin is attend ing the Eighth Annual Exhibit Tri State Vehicle and Implement Dealers Association Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden were in Louisville a few days this week where Mr Haselden was a of the Vehicle and Implement Dealers Association which was in session there Joseph of Cincinnati was here a few days ago mingling with his many friends Helived here for some years and Lancaster never had a or more popular citizen He is now travelling for a shoe house and is getting along splendidly A better man never lived The following note from Dr W S Beazley at Los Angeles Gal was re ceived by the editor of The Record Sunday Dear Louis Now do not say anything about this but its an other boy All getting along nicely Name James Cox born Nov 6 weight six pounds net Greatest fellow ever A meeting of the County Christian Endeavor will be held at Pleasant Grove Church Sunday afternoon at 230 with the following program Praise service Mrs F P Frisbie Things as we see them in the C E movement Eld H W Carpenter Music Do churches give the C E a fair opportunity Discussion led by Miss Lizzie Brown Address W C McCallahum Reports from Societies Everybody very cordially invited attend The following announcement has been received by Lancaster friends and relativesMr Joseph Trearnev announce the of their daughterAnna to Mr Samuel Miller Burdette One thousand nine hundred and six Chicago The reception given by the cooking class at Mrs D M Lackeys Saturday evening in honor of Mrs Nannie T Johnson and daughter Miss Bettie Brent was a most delightful affair The rooms were beautifully decorated and the table was artistically in green pink carnations The menu consisted of cheese chicken sandwiches olives nut sandwiches caramel parfait chocolate cake angel marsbmellow cake salted peanuts and pink and white mints Mrs was charming in a handsome black silk and Miss John son who served the chocolate was attractively gowned In an elegant crey silk trimmed in lace The guests present were Mesdames B Kinnaird J WElmore R L Elkin JW JE Robinson JM Logan G C E H Ballard J Williams Louis D M Lackey Dorcas Walker and Misses Jennie Lackey Lillian Klnnalrd Martha and Helen GilL Knoxville Miss Knapp Miss Lbma D member Mr Sam t Wednesday the seventh of November decorated fernsand croquettes re C C A Stormes J H Landram 1 ay his DIrS better Johnson Elmo Fart Brown J Amon E o s Stanford Interior Journal Mr J R Haselden and family of Lancaster spent Sunday with MrS H Aldridge and wife Mr B F Slavin formerly of Garrard but now residing in Beyle county was stricken by paralysis and is in a seri ous conditon Mr W J Romans and daughter Miss Irene are in Louisville this week the Carriage Dealers Associa Misses Mabel McWhorter of Crab Orchard and Mildred Bailey of Har rodsburg accompanied by Morris Per kins and Heath Willis were visitors here last week Judge Huff of Hot Springs Ark I attending I t r ion and Col A M Watson of Thomasvllle who have been guests of Walker brothers for the past week have gene to Bardstown to the National Fox Rnniers meeting I Famous Strike Breakers 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 purifying work goes right on Best cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25c at McRoberts drug gist lm Come and hear the Armenian play the American flute and tell of the life of thesa people Court house Friday evening Nov Gar 26th Tile BUSINESS arid BARGAINS A fine globe lamp for f100 at Ward Lard cans at cost at W II Wards 2t For sale Some fine purebred Wy andot chickens G B Swinebroad Superior Wheat Drills The name tells the true story tf Haselden 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 See Elkin Bros for every thing in the meat line tf fresh and eurantead goods see Walker Phone 83 2t Dont fail to thing in hats just received West There is no drill better than the Superior Wheat for sale by Haselden Bros tf The Groceries used in Mrs Johnstons cooking school were furnished by Currey Herndon 2t 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 928 tf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Stove pipe coal buckets shovels 2t Currey Herndon Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Heating stoves from 150 up tf Haselden Bros Rooms At Paint Lick I have a suite of nice rooms for rent Possession at once 2t Paint Lick Ky A complete fresh stock Lowneys Candy in all size boxes We guar antee it fresh t tf irisbies Drug Store Best quality of lard cans 2t Currey Herndon Say We have the latest creations ia lap robes Haselden Brostf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Corn show at Mount Elkin store Nov 26th Dont forget the date 2tD Our own make of Extract Vanilla is absolutely the purest and best va nilla you can use goes much further than other makes tf Frisbies mug Store Fresh line of candy just received 2t Currey Herndon The gentlest horse in the county 7 years old Phone 192B J C Williams BryantsvilleKy 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 and backbones Currey Herndoi We are exclusive agents ter for Lowneys Fine B xDandy We keep their full assortment and al ways tf Frisbies Almdnd cures chapped bands fa lips makes the skin soft and white is not sticky or greasy Only loc tf Frfebles Drug Store Fresh Prunes Aprocots Peaches Apples and Figs just received 2t Currey Herndon All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Herndons Prices cheaper than you order See em and save money tf A convenient place a safe place Is the place to buy your groceries Queens ware tin ware granite ware to your produce and receive highest maket pries for same 2t Currey Herndon Gold fish and globes at low Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond St Has It Occurred To that it Is really heat that you are Laying Yet in common you pay for slate linkers and various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the Our Banne Coal is all heat It ItJs clean hot and makes an east ly regulated dependable fire Ask as for Banner else can ply it J A Jones 814tf Danville Business College Organized Sep 1905 and has under the patronage and at the suggestion of Danville Schools The course now a of the curriculum of the Graded School BOOKKEEPING and Typewritlngaccord to the most approved modes and methods For particulars apply to D B Harris Principal 824 tf WVYVVVV VY T For latest Hemphill coalcar Dr Snowden f For Sate Bring us your Sausage and spare ri fresh FrlRbles Dru tore cream e nd tf ou t ch burns ail prospered Shorthand rsee the iac can unions b Coal au Danville r- V as p rd Pie Peaches lOc Currey Herndon Couches and Davenports at Jinsons tf Carpets and Rugs at J C Robinsons I Charcoal for use in your tobacco barn tf Haselden Bros Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Fish and Oysters at Elkin Bros Friday and Saturday tf Fresh Barrel Sorghum at Wards Grocery 2t Guns Guns Guns we have them tf Haselden Bros fail to get one before they are gone 2t Bob and Pug will have fresh fish oysters and brains every Friday and Saturday tf A good second hand Organ for sale by J C Robinson tf The finest and largest line of buggy rugs ever seen in Lancaster at a sacrifice Itouui s Elmore- tf We have just received a large and buy2tBuy you tinware Granitware stove pipe shovels and coal buckets form Currey Herndon it Patronize the old reliable when in want of anything in the meat line tf Elkin Bros Buggy harness and wagon harness cheaper now than you will get them again Come get what you want tf Romons Elmore Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin The Ladles of the Baptist Aid Society will an exchange Nov 28 the day before Thanksgiving Par ticulars later Haas Hog Cholera the best and cheapest can use with your It noVonly pre vents but cures hog tf Frisbies Drug Store Remember we are the tanners and plumbers 18 years of experience tf Haselden Bros Come in and see the latest thing in heating stoves Burns its own smoke U Haselden Bros Salt fresh car just arrived excel lent for curing meats Banks Hudson Buggies are going cheap closeiug 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 1907 tf C W Anderson Citizens living in the of Bryantsville Buckeye Paint Lick and Hubble having occasion to use designs and furneral flowers 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 made It you wish to write my list it shows bargains W T Ewing Real Estate Agency tf Harrodsburg Important Notice Town taxes are now due and you save cost by paying before the penalty is added This is final notice J A Beazley Collector Saved Them tion Kokomo Ind Says Tne herd of hogs on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy was used was sold yesterday We give this remedy the credit for saving them Sold and by Mount Elkin 8 17 tf We carry a complete stock of all siz es of window in swale and double strengths an process we make a specialty of cut ting glass of odd or uneven sizes with perfect accuracy Our prices are the lowest Frisbies Drug Store Three Good Farms For Sale Having decided to farming Iwill sell privately all of my landed es tate consisting of three farms One lies on Sugar Creek and contains 325 acres one of 90 acres where I now live In Garrard county and one of 60 in Madison county All good KirksvUle Ky tf New Butcher Shop We have just in connection with the New Garrard Grocery on De street an an to date meat market we will handle all kinds of fresh cured meats sausages brains veal lamb and fresh beef at low prices FM Mulfinger meat cutter and mana WK PnoneSS CRob tt globelamps goodsDo S I ra are II Notice I I I U suit No commission to pay till sale Is lorI I will I I SecretaryAmerican I II proved I tf JacresI aTerms reasonable R Henry I ned t Medicine s ou SVe For Sale guaranteed qua Jas where 1 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 Cutting1 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 to be found in A Complete and Uptodate 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 I I andeverything R I sasssss s ssssssss We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 M COY ROGUYN WOODS WOODS DIRRQTORs R L ARNOLD IIJ B E L W C FISH J S BURROWS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels RIght Side Up Either Way Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades and colors Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Mir rors Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing MachinesLampsClocks and a great many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 J C ROBINSON ANYTHING FURNITURE Lewis Y President LEAYELL JJ WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tfc CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY SURPLUS I MB FHUDSON Cashier W O Asst Cuhr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leave J S JOHNSON B F Hudson 3 J Walker T M Arnold CAPITALs J RIG txT AVegefable PrcparationforAs- similating uta ting mxLBowelscrtolttal Promotes DiestionCheerru1 neither p norMmuaL OT NARCOTIC afUZSIMODJ1rJlD RdtSJr Ii SJ- r tion Sour StomachDiarrtaea ness andLoss OF SLEET signature of NEW YORK ness andstContalns Morphine darn TacSimite LEXACT cOPYOF WRAPPER JJETTI8 and Am Bourne attended court at Stanford Monday Mr and Mrs J F Holtzclaw of Preach ersville visited home folks Saturday night and Sunday Bourne Bros sold 25 fat hogs to C A Robinson at 5cts per lb Bourne and Blanks sold 50 bbl of corn to W E Moss for 2 00 per bbl r W S Bettis bought of John Collier a lot of corn at 175 per bbl W S Boure has just completed his large stock barn which is very nice and handy Mr Gooch the deputy sheriff of Lin A FAMILY SAFEGUARD n B Cox t Dr Grten arrange with the Niece of Dr Bo gchee to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and bung Cure lIThe best family safeguard is a reliable household that cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations eyes nose sore and bronchial that will the children all contagious diseases a Boschees Syrup which has a record of 35 in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and fame of German Syrup as a con cure since its purchase Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all of the earth It has big sales everywhere 10 ITwo sizes 350 750 All druggists For into br R E McRoberu Well Well WelL Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the MNLAUNDRY and others Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are doing so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Van LANCASTER KY I t roofagainst e u LoganAgenl 1A sii w A StX- ReE R German For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THe ceNTAUII COMNY IICW YOlla CrTY CASIORIA coin county came over last Wednesday night and summoned fifty men to the Carter trial Miss Birdie Bourne entertained quiet a number of her friends at her home Saturday afternoon The evening was the most enjoyable one of the sea sonThe Bastin Telephone company is erecting new posts on the new Danville pike and will soon have their line in Stubborn and Colds CURED BY FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia Consumption are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR soothes and heals the inflamed air pas sages allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR Is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children It is unexcelled for Croup and Cough and will quickly cure cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Foley Money anti refuse that cost you the same as the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation CMSHMfiiM ThraatMtds C Unger 211 Maple St Cbampiagn HI writes I was troubled with hacking cough for a year and I thought Ihad consumption tried a great many rtmedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and it cured me and I have not been trot bled since Three sizes 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small the 100 bottle almost six tune w much tOLD AH IECOHEIDED IT For sale bv C C T E Stormes B 1 attend Coughs rundown Whoop- Ing Tarand substitutes i Tar th racking sand a r II II I FOR SALE I 200 GRAS I p4 alSlist or call onJ w Elmore Jue yKENTUCKY BLUE Write for urreHAEB- ODSBUBG 1u8seeee I shape to It will be one of tho best telephones in the state MANSE MrsJ A Arnold lias been sick for several days Miss IIelen Miles who Las been quite illjias recovered Miss Hallie Arnold who has been in Louisville studying to be a trained nurse is expected home for a few days visitin last weeks paper you stated that the box supper and entertainment to be held at Manse by J A Arnold would b3 Thanksgiving night Please cor rect as it is to be the night before Thanksgiving November 28 On last Wednesday November 7tb Miss Dora Hawley and Mr B G Smith ended a long courtship by driving to Rev Pierce Bryant residence where they were united in marriage Both are splendid young people neither of them yet out of their teens but we hope their married life will be happy and prosperous For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stack Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The preliminary returns to the Crop Estimating Board of the Department of Agriculture according to a bulletin issued yesterday show the production of corn in 1906 to be 288108600 bush els The first tobacco sale of the season so far reported was made when Jas Wilson of near Plum this county sold his crop of 6000 pounds of tobac co to John Banta of Carlisle at 10 cents per pound straight Paris Ken tuckian R P Hopkins of Bourbon sold 27 fat hogs averaging 157 pounds to W D McIntyre of Millersburg at 5Jc per pound Mr Mclntyre also bought of William Cain 45 hogs averaging 285 pounds at 4Jc a pound Whaley sold 2 head of 1200pounds cattle to Vol Fergerson of Paris at 4 02 John Johnson sold last Tuesday 100 hugs to Kerns Wilson at 5 cents per pound Lee Penn sold to Hibler Bros of Paris 22 hogs averaging 157 pounds at 6 cents Dressed turkeys are held in Carlisle at 20 cents a lisle Mercury- J N Mason sold to Laughlin Bros 30 head of 852 pound beeves at 3 14 cents to Whaley Boardman three 1300 pound cattle at 425 and three 900 yearling at 4 cents At the W P Watson sale Thursday Wm Tuttle of Clark bought 12 head of 925pound feeders 375 per hundred and six yearlings weight 750 pounds at 3 55 per hundred Paris Kentuckian At a public sale of was held under the auspices of the American Berkshire Association The sale was not well advertised but despite this handicap 52 head made an average of 40 per head A hundred dollars more judiciously spent in ad vertising this sale would have yeilded 10 a head more on these 52 hogs Among the stock sales reported at Paris Monday are the following 30 feeders 1100 lbs at 4 25 97 fat cattle 1440 Ibs at 5 8 yearling steers 700 lbs at 4 10 heifers 500 lbs at 3 40 feeders 900 Ibs at 412 1 2 a lot of cattle 1500 Ibs at 5 50 export cattle for delivery November 20th at 5 a grade bull 1400 for 40 27 tat hogs 157 Ibs at 550 per hundred 72 stock ewes for 604 corn sold at 2 25 per barrel delivered or 2 in the field The apiarists have finished taking the fall honey which fell short of what was expected on account of wet weather during the summer and fall The yield for the year however was quite satisfactory Mr D Frazee had one hundred colonies of bees last Spring These were increased during the year to 148 coiins The yield from these during the year was 8200 pounds Mr Charles T Biggers the well known apiarist residing on the hill back Dover Las taken about 6000 pounds of honey this season which was pro auced by one hundred coonlesDover News Buy a farm young man No matter how small it may be buy a farm and prepare it so that your land will you a living Twenty years tfjjm now the man who owns his own farm will be independant and will have at his command the means of a livelihood The expansion of manufactures go on forever and there will come a day in this county as there has in others when the supply will exceed the demand and the only absolutely sure occupation will be farming Buy a farm while one may be had Ex change Let the young man of to date inspect the price lists of the lumber men and note the enormous prices now asked for every species of lumber let him er then that these prices are very low in comparison with ttibse which are to prevail ten fifteen years hence and the still higher famine prices which are to follow fur five or six decades as the result of the exhaustion of our natural forests Then let him figure whether any better or safe investment can be made to prepare either an endowment for his old age or a legacy for his children In planting ten fifteen twentyfive fifty or a hundred acres of land with timber trees A thousand planted well cared for tract of timber Meanwhile an adjoining ten acres tract f I I Boardman 12 poundCar pounds AtlantaGa Berkshires doubtless export Weaver provide canno talk S A o tonal than anticipate s d extensively cultivated will yield him a living and the forest will contribute some small annual reyinue beside In Time of Peace In the first month of the Rusia war we hid 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 prepara tion has made history and given to us greatest men The individual as well as the nation should be prepared for any emergency 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 he come settled in the system Cough Remedy is famous for its cures of colds and it should be kept at band ready for instant use For Sale Reliable drug gist at Lancaster 1m Farm For Sale I have a No 1 goon farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which I want to sell at once Said farm is in good state of cultivation good corn hemp and to bacco land of 5 or 6 acres one 6 room dwelling bouse and stable growing crops testify as to quality of land Price 200000 if sold at once Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky tf Convenient Shelter for the Surplus Hay Which Cannot Be Put in the Barn A subscriber sends to the Prairie Farmer a sketch of a hay barrack for storing the surplus hay or grain instead of stacking which we These structures are familiar in many sections of the country Their construction is simple being merely IChambe- rlains byR E McRoberts The I ood reproduce span THE HAY BARRACK the setting of six or eight posts in the ground high enough for plates over which the roof boards may be laid as shown in the accompanying cut The advantage over stacking is that less hay is wasted from exposure to the weather while in a consider able measure stacking in catchy weather Is reduced to the minimum A barrack properly made will last for many years and will prove of great convenience A Beneficient Weed A lady remarked to a representative of the Farmers Review the other day that sweet clover had been introduced from Europe and had become a weed But it is a beneficent weed It takes possession of the waste places and loves them best where the ground is hardest It drives its roots deep into the soil and mol lows it On its roots feed the bacteria that create the tubercles In their homes these bacteria manufacture in to available nitrates the free of the air They thi plow the ground fertlize it and make way foi other plants Hymns by Soldiers Parrots The British soldier is inordinately fond of his animal pets and has also the reputation of coveting those of his neighbors particularly dogs and mongoosesParrots simply adores and it Is calculated that their strength in the service is in the proportion of at least six birds per Tommy He is supposed to teach them to be personal in their language but as a matter of fact Tommy is for some unaccountable reason a very emotional man and his birds as often as not have to sub mgt to a sound musical education hymns being as often taught them as the comic songs of the day Alas for Parsons Dignity A colored parson living in Harlem N Y bought a bicycle recently a man of considerable avoirdupois he experienced some difficulty in learn ing how to ride Pedaling through a side street one evening just at dusk he met with an accident The front wheel of the bicycle struck a loose stone and the parson took a header over the handlebars He landed on his face on the sidewalk and came falling into an areaway in which the janitors little boy was at play The boy gave a startled look at the intruder and yelled out Say maw the coal has came Standard of Prosperity Standards of prosperity vary in dif ferent parts of the country but that of Capt Jack is purely local to him self The old man came out of his cottage door one morning and some neerdoweJl neighbors digging clams in the flat in front of his shore Dear me boys he quavered in a weak old voice dont dig my clams Theres Abel Wyman over there across the cove he has ham for break fast every morning in the year Go over there and dig his clams boys Oh Hubby This little ex hilerating shower wont prevent my playing golf besides I need the ex erase Wify But you promised to take that begonia and the parrot cage down to mothers In all this down pour Do you want to giveme pneu moots lax Iftmta ami Ohilirtt terrible nitrogen 11 Being oncom- Ing discovered I I HubbyNonsense HubbyWhat womanAmerican Spectator CASTOR Y1m Always I I I I I I I I I I IAV 1w Kai Bears the oti ttwte c I f cift f fa4w r t M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates the fact that it is the safest and best Investment since money yields a low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our com mission based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our price To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the frontjank as to the production of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for hemp breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paving the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of 850000 00 is be ing built We have one of the best graded schools in Kentucky the best system of water works in the State and the best system of electric lights Also headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points The Belle Telephone also has a line here There is rural free delivery of mail along all the pikes in the County The following will be shown by ns at low prices HUGHES SWINEBROAD No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit you in location and price No 9 Large and commodious brtck bud ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 hulls and 2 vernndurs good cistern and well on the premises 1 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this cost what we ask for it Price 500000No 2 new cottage houses on Tottcu avc one in Lancaster Always taut good for a home or to purchase as an investment Price 30000 each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street iu Lancaster Ade sirable home In sight ot the Graded school and in one of the best residence sections of the City Price f2COOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm property No 16 74 H acres of as good laud 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 lion This farm is 1 miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer H u tine investment woo per acre No 17 aSTi land on Kirksville pike iu Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water Iu every field with creek springs and pools 7 room frame hulls 2 porches 1 stock 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores c This property is right on and is well Improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy payments No 21 A farm of 250 acres iu Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco lund never tufting water farme house 7 rooms large stJck barn and J barns tenant house 5 miles irom Lau caster 7000 per acre No 29 67 ol well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7500 per acre No 34 1U2 acres beet Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered 90 acres in grass 2 miles from Bryantsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 36 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses In Garrard County hemp and tobacco lund wellfenccd and in abundance Ask us about this one an for price Other property for sale and exchange List your property with us we would like to show YOU our contract No37 100 acres of first class land pike 6 miles from Lancaster 1 mile from rail road C room frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste KILL COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New I plenty f ucresof finc bcmp aud tobacco Stew house 2 H tobacco I water on good THE WITH Discovery barn pike acres z FOR I Lancaster Trots Leave OUGHS and OLDS ONSUMPTION Pries Free Trial 10050c Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK TROUBLES 5 Timein itch I 190 NORTH BOUND No10 ULJI No30 2H PU For Richmond Winchester ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle COT ington CincInnati etc Lexln For Winchester Paris Cynthiana Lexington FrankfortShelbyrllle a le SOUTH BOUND No25 J L1I11120 x No9 826 PII No29 153 P For Jellico Crab Orchard Ht Livingston London bin Only carriespa senera for points r l etc Vernen Co For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Nashville Etc For Stanford and way stationsI Trains run LSAVIKO AH trains stop at stations when flamed west to Louisville and at 855 AM for allpoints east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct connection at Win chester 438 PM with C 0 for all pointswest to Louisville V and Knoxville FARM FOR SALE The farm of the late John MFalmer is offered for sale and the under signed will take pleasure in showing itto any one desiring to purchase same the farm contains 106 ACRES is in Garrard county Ky near Point Leavell on the Richmond and pike and is in fine state of cultiva tlOnAnyone having claims against said will present them to me or my 9 284t Executor daily except Above all Winchester RowlandRowlandyule Rowland Lancaster r proven hts GIsw iaMN Ms- f ie r land whatever uevtr failing stock water 50 eau be put In wheat this fall every acre of this form is tobacco and hemp laud V 00 per sera No 14 62 acreo SJf miles from Lancaster on good county road J mile from pike I mile from school newfrnmecottojreof Groom fine cistern never failing stock water large barn and other out buildings 25 acres in hemp coin SOacres wheat stnbhlc balance in grass good orchard No waste laud and all in high state oi cultivatfon Irjce SOcOO per acre Xo 45 IlJ acrcs on county road one fourth mile from pike good 5 room cottage largo new biro 60x35 feet plenty of fruit of all kinds 5 acres in tobacco Sacres grassbiaiicc In corn This is a nice little country lots and well worth what is asked liJOOO- No 46 io6 acres of as good land as is in Garrard CouutyC room house and good barn and outbuildings wellwatereil good orchard all tobacco and hemp land Ask about this one for further description and for price No4 115 acres of land iu Garrard County 4 miles from Lancaster within onefourth mile of Lexington pike splendid road to house new G room house with good cellar hunt and other outbuildings well watered 40 acres wheat stubble 10 acres corn 11 acres hemp oalauce in grass fencf ne good 70 00 per acre Xo48 00 acres of lund right on the pike miles from Lancaster will be sold worth the money See for further description and price No 4 4S acres land 1 miles from town on the pike goad improvements cottage lout of 4 rooms taut all in grass This will suit you See us for further description Price Ji5oooo No 50 5 acres 2 miles near the pike brick residence mid lies well and is all In crass full description on application Trice fwOo per acre No 51 Ml acres of as good land as in Gar curd County iu sight of Court house adjoins 2 pikes well improved 400 acres in grass barn room for in acres of tobacco 2 large Paris well watered 1500 rods new wire fencing good a new pair stock scales all necessary out build ings We can show you the figures as to what this farm has produced as aa investment for the last 5 years Can sell all or a portion of this farm See us for price No 02 181 acres 5 miles from Lancaster 125 acres Iu gross as good or better than any oth er farm See us for price and desceiptiou- Xo S3 170 acres of rich hemp and tobacco land on pike well improved new house 7 miles from Lancaster good neighborhood 7000 per acre No 55 18 acres of lund 2 U miles from Lancaster right on pike fine Improvements 2 story metal roofed Inoue dwelling no 1 good barn tenant house and other out buildings mite from a depot on th railroad hemp tobacco lund in state of cultivation Trice 7500 per acre No 50 Stu acres iu onehalf mile of town splendid land Will be gold all together or separated at n bargniu to divide the estate Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs GrapeVines Rhubarb c is now ready on application We em ploy no agents but sell direct to the planterH Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Farm For Sale 264 ACRES OF LAND Will sell privately 264 acres of fine farming situated 1 mile from Lan caster on the Lexington pike about 10 acres in town limits About 135 acres in cultivation rest in grass All under good fence and has plenty nev er falling water Dwelling house is good and has all necessary outbuild ings Possession for seeding purposes given this Fall and of dwelling first of year or sooner This farm should be seen to be appreciated Since the City Council is enforcing the laws land in the of Lancaster has advanc ed in price greatly and is in great de mand All parties having claims against the estate of R M Moss Sr decd will please present them properly proven to me inside of the next 30 days 9 21tf W B Moss Admr Corns and See OUR FALL GOODS are now ready for your in spection These goods are all fresh and new and our prices are right FORBES LACKEY McCREARY KY I I I I I I t rAsparagus SmallFruits a acres I 5 t Discovered Yes she is pretty and sweet but sho has no accomplishments No No she can neither play the piano sins nor dance Great Scott How does she pass her timeOh shes a regular kitchen me chunk she does all the cooking and housework at home Holy smoke Introduce me quick Houston Post j The New Congressman He dreamed of how he woulil orate j And found those mmMnKs plersant t But the only speech lius made to dato i quote verbatim Present i Sun t IMPULSIVENESS I I Chicago I Gladys He Is such an impulsive lover If a girl shows him the least encouragement he runs Chicago Daily News Revision Man wants but little here below The sayings old and And is not true all Hut few see much in sight Milwaukee Had to Crawl The vindictive enemy shook his fin ger in the rich mans face You slay be rolling in wealth now he hissed but the time is coming when you will have to crawl mark ye trawl Two weeks later the words came true The rich man bought a hillclimbing automobile and had to crawl under it every two or three miles to make repairs Judge Pretty Stiff Stayathome Have you any snakes in Canada Rambler Rather Why when I was in Arcola Saskachooan last I found a rattler frozen stiff over seven feet long Fact I cut out the middle bit and used it for a walking stick all winter but of course I always had to leave it outside when I went indoors EdithYes trite want much Sentinel Christmas- men Bargain for our Subscribers The New Idea Womans Magazine and Central Record Both One Year for Only 130Payable in Advance SURE SAFE S SPEEDY JlynB i r H fetrwilhKidnfvUVEBMdBrlEUMATISME wu cured with Bottle in 3 DAYS N RHEUMATISM CURE Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE A onnS O The Gilt Sold bY rujluists S SSCnColumbue DLSCUVTREe a ml TRADE MAIMS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone sending a sketch and description our opinion an Is probably paten tnbla Community on Patentsfree Oldest securing patents Patents taken through Co receivespecial notice In Hmerkam gear four months L Sold by all newsdealers N InTentIon cIrculation t D may Sent the- M k 8iteregiway New Yo staawooa s et r t 4 The Central Record SUPPLHIENT Lancaster Ky November 16 ob AMUSEMENT OF THE RURALITE Village Had Game Even More Fascin ating Than Bridge What Is the principal amusement in your suburb brldjre I should say not We have a game far more fascinating and continuous For want of a better name we call It hunttheclothes You see we all em ploy the same washerwoman and when the weeks wash is taken home we all begin to guess whose clothes have fallen to our lot and then we start out to hunt our own It Is in tensely interesting Why last week that swell bachelor Mr SIneeton was two days finding vk se corsetcover had been sent home In his wash and a day and a half longer locating the shirt he missedWith whole neighborhood in this game from Wednesday noon to Saturday night we really need no other amusement and are glad of a few days to rest and revpl In the possession of our own garments Perils that Surround Great Men Baron Hubner went evening to call upon President Thiers who was then at the head of the French repub lic The baron found the door of the house open and walked upstairs In the dim light a man crept stealthily toward him Knowing that the presi dent went in fear of his life and un willing to die a martyr in a cause not his own the baron hurriedly ex plained I am not M Thiers I know that you are not M Thiers answered the mysterious stranger but I want to know who you are answering the baron insisted knowing the identity of his com panion Oh I am M Thiers butler was the answer Hubner declared himself Ah said the butler with a sigh of relief I have your name first on the list of visitors Each had taken the other for an assassin Philanthropic Sparrows For several days four or five had visited a certain place on the roof near my window They always brought food for another little fellow who never tried a flight from the spot The visiting sparrows never came emptybilled They would drop tiny morsels of food near the little When it began to eat the crumbs the others set up a great chirping and then flew away After watching this for a few days I went out on the roof and approached the lone bird It did not flutter away from me and made no resistance when I picked It op The sparrow was blind Its eyes were covered with a mllklike film Outing Magazine the engaged one Before upon sparrows I sparrow My Patrons Having decided to abandon the practice of Denistry here remove to another climate I take this meth od f asking those indebted to me please call at once I will leave within the next few weeks and- y it is absolutely necessary for all out standing accounts to be paid at once I want to thank my friends for the very generous patronage I have enjoyed during the past four years and express my regret that it becomes necessary for me to give it up respectfully S Chris JarSt P S All unpaid accounts will have to be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection when I leave j jlii lllJ X fbXlljffjJjllJx j fXriJXtltI J ffJf lfljllljl j ri f 1 iTo I Iand I andsettlerJj I fi I I I I I I II 1 ImM jm j J t I 1 XlgtJ le1l 1i t tot i 01 1 Very i