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LANCASTER KY DECEMBER 11 1906 THE CENTRAL RECORDErENTSENTU YEAR yOJ lfUDl37 I- g I RID rtlL8lfiX I0llJj 01fjJlI1ryJJiil MOTTO Fair Ia OUR Courteous Dr O F rn rylfr lFlefC ry v fiYjJ YYlJfrCj trexJy 0Y0XJi0Yiijfl jJ10 YfJJtflrlJJ0YfJf 1fJlfi0 e eJfJZ 7J0Yjj 00Yil liii Fil Grand Christmas Display = YJljrc lIel l JfJl ff J The Best is the Cheap Iest Yours in Good Faith Appropriate Presents splendid assortment of Goods for the n this section of the State We invite comparison both in price and quality with the largest city dealers We mention herein only a few articles of our varied assortment Deposit Ware in Vases Pitchers Cologne Bottles Etc Hue Line of Fancy Pictures 2Sc to 81109 and Libbys Fine eat Glass The Most Magnificent Display of Cut Glass Ever Shown in Central Kentucky Bracelets 1 to 50 Necklaces 1 to 75 Lockets 1 up Cuff Buttons Set and Plain Rings Diamond Rings Back and Side Combs Gold and Filled Lognett Chains Scarf Pins Belt Buckles Brass and Novelties Fine Line of HandPainted China Plates at all prices Tea Cups Saucers Chocolate and After Dinner Cups Vases Etc No old Goods strictly new Patterns Gents and Ladies Card Cases and Gents Bill Books Etc 1 Handsome II our Holiday Trade is now complete are shwing the very swellest line of Gifts suitable for Christmas ever placed before the Trade j IT Ii J Ea E Y i I 10 u 0 Come In and Make Your Selections Before They are all Picked Over I 4 and p We Hawks w J Bronze Copper See Hear Buy and Live to Re joice in Your Own Good Judgement W 10o f 0 I0 I flI Y0Y fJYEl7fllf01eJgjr r r LOCAL MATTERS Apron Bazaar And exchange The ladies of the Methodist church will have an apron bazaar and ex change in the Pest Ollice Saturday December Huh Aprons representing all the States also every size and color will be on hand for sale at very low prices They will also have for the table fresh and well prepared Your patronage will be greatly appreciated tf I I everything The Jeweler Danville Ky Hugh MurrayYjjriJrjlJfirjWjJltiJ X I01010I glfffJ lI0Ifr X H fllwfffl Jfllfffff ltK 1 x X0a M J oto oho o oho 0 07 o o o Remember the apron sale and baza a given by ladies of the Methodist church afternoon It will be held in Thompsons store The W II M S of the Methodist church will hold a payer service afternoon at 230 in the church Every member is urired to be present and all are requested to invite their friends to come with them II Williams Prest S tturday Mrs J Sunder i1IJIIIIHolidag Gifts III ill Why not give somtbingIII Useful and Servicable III III- III III- III We have a lovely stock of III DRESS GOODS II HANDKERCHIEFS COLLARS HOSIERY I II fCARFS RIBBONS I In fact everything tG be found in highclass store I Will appreciate a calf Iron II I Joseph Mercantile Co I III 1lli ww 040rl itt lAiM I iII 4 UMBRELLAS GLOVES a you ilMw 1rMVIr1Viw iVV 1 V To Correspondents Please send in your favors a little earlier next week and greatly oblige Successful Enterprise The Lancaster greenhouses recent ly erected by Mr Christuiau are prov lug a great success and of greater to the Lancaster people He grows many pretty lowers and the handsome designs recently furnished prove that he understands his bus ness He can prepare the prettiest and best designs on the shortest notice and rates are very reasonable Drive out on Richmond street and see the beaut ful lowers Moves To Danville Now another of Garrard countys most prominent and popular Citizens announces his determination to move to Danville this time Capt Ike M Dunn being the man Capt Dunn who ts one of the best known men in Kentucky has decided to enter the real estate business and will move to Danville first of the vear and form a partnership with J Beecher Adams who has been in the business for some time Garrard county people regret very much to lose Capt Dunn as he has been a useful citizen in a great many ways Everybody is fond of Ike and all hope that he will soon return and make this his home again No Verdict The case of the Commonwealth Sam Jennings for killing Mace Miller was called in the circuit court last week and it required several days to get a jury The taking of testimony consumed two days and the speeches one day and part of Tuesday night Jennings claimed that he was talking to Miller when the latter noticed that his Jennings pistol was about to fall from his pocket In replacing the pis toi and while holding it in his hand the weapon was discharged The speeches of the attorneys were listen ed to by a large crowd of people and treat interest was manifested during the entire trial Jennings was by Judge M C Saufley R H Tomlin sdn and J Mort Rothwell Common wealths Attorney Hardin and County Attorney Joe E Robinson were assist ed by Lewis L Walker The jury was out about six hours but could not npon the punishment Monday on streets music roll con of music Name Katie Conn on roll Return to Record ollIce and receive reward Two Phones Business has increased to such an extent at H M Ballous place of bus that the Bastin Telephone Co find it to put in an extra Phone No 123 that he might care for and protect his customers with out delay I convenience I Central represented decide Lost taming lot against necessary Apology to Readers We have to ask the indulgence of our readers for lace of reading mat ter in this issue of TheRecord our friends the advertisers having swamp ed us As this happens only once a year and the further fact that we have sent many columns of live matter during the year we believe you will pardon us Next week we will send out a handsome colored cover the being eight pages in size We dont mean to boast but must say we are very proud of the handsome design of paper we haye selected for a number Given Life Sentence The case against William Humber for killing Policeman Gee Pollard was completed Thursday and after short delibration the jury brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed the at confinement in the peniten tiary for life More than hall the jury was for the death sentence some be tug for as low as twentyone years They finally agreed however on the life sentence The case will be to the court of appeals The The speechs of the lawyers were excep tionally fine there being six of them and each was listened to by a largo crowd of people A Big Sale On As will be seen by the immense ad on next page The Blue Front store will have a big sale of goods at remark ably low prices Mr Patterson the gentlemanly proprietor of the Blue Front came to Lancaster some time ago and by fair dealings honest and reliable stock has built up a splendid business He became over stocked by reason of the backward season and is forced to sell his goods at cost and below cost to meet his in the city This sale will soon dispose of the goods as the prices will bring customers from many dis tant points Mr Patterson will con tinue in business at the same stand as he has decided to make Lancaster his home and live among us Read the great reduction prices and go to the sale before the best bargains are gone Normal School Examination The competitors examination for appointment to State Normal at Ky will be held at my office on Saturday December 15 1906 between the hours of 830 A M and 330 P M U S History and Spelling ques tions prepared by the Normal Execu Live Council I The applicant must make a general average of seventy five no grade on any branch under live per cent Mittie A Dunn Supt punishment methods obligations uponArithmetic I per cent 2t paper appealed Richmond with seventy The Lancaster Greenhouse will have a quantity of Holly for Xmas Ring up and leave your order The Blue Front wants twenty five clerks at once to assist in the great sale Good reliable people will do well to apply at once Baughman After a lingering illness Mrs John T Baughman died at the residence if her sister Mrs E W Morrow on street Thursday night She came to Lancaster from her home in Lexington hoping the change would prove of some benefit and while she improved slightly yet there was give hope of complete recovery Mrs Baughman was beloved by a wide circle of friends who deeply deplore her She was a daughter of Mrs Clayton Anderson and came from one of the oldest and bestknown families in Gar rard county She leaves her husband and two children who have sympathy in their great bereavement Rev C C Brown conducted services at the grave the burial taking place at the family burying ground near the residence of Mr II C Sutton CAPT WHITE DEAD After an illness running back for several months Capt Franklin J White peacefully breathed his last at his home on Richmond street Monday afternoon at 130 oclock He had been declining rapidly since the death of his wife which occurred last sum mer He was in his eighty seventh year and the strenght which remain ed even after critically ill was ing remarkable Capt White was born in Madison county and at the at the age of seven years entered the printing office of his father and began to learn the art of printing All his remaining years were spent in a print ing office except his service in the Mex lean war and a few years he spent on a farm He moved to Lancaster when quite young but spent some years in Somerset where he was post master keeping the mails in his printing office He returned to Lancaster and for several years went to Stanford every Monday morning and spent the week setting type for Col W P Walton on the Interior Journal In all the years he spent at the trade he only worked in four towns Lancaster Richmond Somerset and Stanford He did not enlist during the Civil war though his sympathies were with the South He was a member of the Baptist church and as long as able attended services regularly He raised a family of five children all of whom are dead except S Armstrong of Dallas Texas Capt I WantedClerks little- t death somth IMrs J Richmond White was a man of tine sense and we never knew one who came nearer at tending to his own business He was one of the most loyal citizens the town ever had We have often heard him say Well I have made as much money as any man in town and every cent of it has been spent with Lan caster merchants I have no ue for people who send their monev away where it will never be heard of again lIe was extremely kind hearted and during the years he was connected with The Record we never knew of his refusal to contribute to any worthy causeTen years ago he was undoubtedly the best compositor in Kentucky both as to quantity of work done and accu racy He could decipher the poorest writing and when at the case did not know what it was to stop and wor ry his employer with questions In addition to being competent to do the work he used splendid judgement and in fact could edit copy as well as or better than those whose place it was to prepare it properly Since the death of his beloved and faithful wife Capt White was very despondent which worked against him physically His vitality was remarkable and such willpower to fight against disease we had never witnessed He told the writer some years ago that he felt the end was near be had made peace with his God and was ready for the final summons Capt White enjoyed the confidence and respect of all who knew him and his honest dealings and kind words will live long in the memory of his many friends Owing the inclem ent weather and the distance of th home from town funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday afternoor Rev C S Ellis officiating which the remains were tenderly placed beslre those ot his wife who had preceed d him only four months ago to I something after IDont take Any bodys Word Our I Goods Stand The Most Critical 1 J Test Christmas PRESENTS We have them for the whole family including the sweethearts Every kind from a Silver Butter Knife Florence Smoke Consuming Heater for mother From a Silver Chafing Dish Brass Fire Set for sister From a Shot Gun Velocipede for brother We wont try to name them all j they are in our store come and see them HASELDEN BUGS to a lit to a to a 7 J 11 f FJJED ILL 40000 Worth of high grade Clothing Dry Goods and Shoes for Men Women and Children to be sold at Igc to 65c on the dollar Jce 4 1 r j 4oooo Mens Suits dens heavy and light weight Business Suits an immense range of Fancy Mixed Cheviots actually worth 1000 Scotchand only Mens extra fine Dress Suits equal every respect to custom work this seasons latest styles in Cassimeres Cheviots and Thibets in Overcoats of the latest domestic Kerseys brown heavy Meltons with belt in blackand effect 52 inches long worth 14 I H PATTERSONLancasters most reliable merchant has been forced to the wall and the entire stock must be sold at to 65c on the dollar to pay the demads of the creditors who are clamoring for their money 19c ar worth of high grade Ciothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings and Carpets must Ve sold at 19c to 65c on the dollar to pay the demands of the creditors within 10 days The stock consists of the very finest of makes of merchandise in the world nothing reserved everything must be sold The building is now closed to arrange this mamoth stock for the Big Sale and will be thrown open to the people of Lancaster and surrounding country 298 in plain and fancy effects loose fitting and regulation lengths made of im ported Kersey satin lined worth SiSco Overcoats in i i only 448 Overcoats that represent the products of the worlds most celebrated looms and the countrys most skillful tailors worth up toU I 3000 during this sale 569 Boys Suits Boys Suits all styles and sizes worth up to 800 only 98c Everything Must Be Soldin Ten Days fj t Boys fine Dress Suits plain and fancy colors I worth up to 1000 only 129 Young Mens Overcoats Boys Overcoats Blues Blacks and Oxfords worth 7 50 only only only 98c Young Mens swell Overcoats all styles and patterns worth up to 10 only 148 Boys Knee Pants Boys extra good Knee Pants worth 500 9c Extra fine Knee Pants worth up to i oo 29c Hats and Caps 1000 hats all styles only Mens andBoysCaps worth 75c only 29c 19c Mens Pants Mens good Work Pants worth up to 350 only Mens fine all wool Pants in Cassimeres and Fancy Worsteds worth 1 only Mens fine tailored in new patternsPants plain and fancy worth up to 450 500 Childrens swell Belt Overcoats velvet collars fancy trimmed all sizes worth 500 t only only 115 129 Childrens Suits Overcoats Childrens Suits all sizes worth up to 350 only 9c Childrens Fancy Suits worth 4 5and 6 only 119 129 Shoes Ladies Shoes welt worth 350soles 98c Ladies Fine Dress Shoes in VicI Kid Patent Leathers and Gun Metal worth 450 127 Mens solid Leather Calf Work Shoes worth 250 only worth 75c only Best Shirts worth 100 onlyJers v HSc Mens Oil Grain Hieh Top Shoes worth 450 only 9Sc Mens fine Patent Leather Vici Kid and Box Calf Shoes worth up to 350 only Boys Welt Sole School Shoes worth 250 only Boys Dress Shoes Vici and Box Calf worth 350 only H Misses Shoes all sizes worth2 only 119 Mens and Boys Furnishings Mens fine White Handkerchiefs worth 2oc only Mens fine Cassimere Hose worth25C Mens fine wool Hose worth 25C only worth only75cents 100 Mens work Gloves and Mits only 2000 pairs Overalls go at 5oc Silk Ties only 129 lc Mens Colored Handkerchiefs large fastsize onlv 1C Mens Hose worth 150 onlyHeavy lc fine Lisle Hose Black and BrownMens in worth 20 only S9c 1c 6c Mens Fine Double Fleeced Underwear 1ge Mens Fine Australian Wool Underwear worth 150 only only b9e Mens Fine Ribbed Underwear worth Si25 aJe Fine Lisle Web Suspenders worth 50 cents only lie liens Silk Veb Suspenders wroth 75C only lQe Mens Fine Dress Shirts worth Sloo only 145 iooo pairs of Leather Gloves worth up to me le 67e 3Je Mens Black and White Striped Work Shirts 2ge aae I Blue Flannel Shirts worth 100 only 4c H PATTERSONSold Handkerchiefs Large asortiuent of and Embroideres at the mercy of the people Ladies and Childrens Handkerchiefs Laces RibbonsRucliings 01 Flannelets worth 35c only Outing Flannels worth only i2c quality Unbleached Muslins only Hill Muslins IQC quality only IC Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 25C price Je Ladies Embroidered Handkerchiefs positive ly worth 2 c price 4c Dress Goods Thousands of yards of Dress Prints in black white and silver gray and indie o blue price peryard Dress Madras Cloth per yard Best quality Prints 3ooo yds go at 212e e ae Plaid Scotch Dress Ginghams worth i2c9 I only 434c Embroiders peryard only ac Lambs Fleeced Flannel worth 2oc only S i2c J2eU 612e 612e Amoskeag Apron Ginghams Comfort Calicos Unbleached Muslin Bleached Pillow Cas ings Pepperel Sheetings Rochdale Sheet and miles of above Domestics in bolt Come and pick them out at your own price Table Clothes and Tables Highest Grade Red and White Table Cloth ingsmiles worth yoc only White Table Cloths worth 50 only ltlc Thousands of of Ticking almostards given away 3 Red Check Towels worth 25c only White Crash Towels worth 35c only Pure Linen Towels worth only ole 6c Dress Goods Specials 34inch Scotch Mixed for tailor I Sui lings or not enter until you see the name over the door The Blue Front We guarantee the above prices to be correct and will take back exchange or refund money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever J W GottMgr Sale Opens Saturday December 1 5 at 9 a m and continues 10 days Get The Right Place THE BLUE FRONT Lancaster Ky Look for the Large BIu Sign NOTICEDo 40000 Worth of high grade Merchan dise to be sold in ten days to pay the demands of the creditors Save This and Wait Until At 9 Oclock A M The BLUE FRONT Lancaster T J SATURDAY DECEMBER 15th Ky W W SATURDAY December 15 at 9 A M at the BLUE FRONT Mens fine Suits comprising a grand assort ment of single or double breasted in Mel tons and Scotch mixtures in the very lat est shades French faced finish worth 14 only Lancaster Ky to the wall by the creditors must be sold at 19c to 65c on the dollar within 10 days Owing to special inducements H Patterson proprietor of the Blue Front store bought heavily for the holiday trade and failing to meet the bills which came due caused great excitement the creditors stepped in and took over the stock which will be distributed into the homes of the people at 19c to 600 on the dollar The store will be thrown open to the people Saturday December 15 at 9 a m when the creditors moneyraising sale begins By order of the creditors trustee J W Gott Right in the heart of the fall and winter season the entire sock of Blue Front Store which was forced among WO ri t0000 the 189 worth up to 1000 this sale only 298 448 heirs fine Suits made of English unfinished Worsteds imported Thibets fancy Tweeds heavy Worsted Serges and other fabrics ofI i t finest weaves worth 1850 onlyi 548 Mens extra fine Suits that embody the latest styles features and patterns both m fine home and foreign suits silk and satin lined tailored into garments of faultless fashion If worth up to 25 this sale only n 689 Overcoats Overcoats in English Cloth Melton and Beavers plain laped seams worth 1000 1 l only 189 mades regular price 350 price Finest Import Henrietta Dress Cloth 15 inches wide worth 2fo yard Novelty Dimities extra fine quality Double Width Novelty Fall Dress Cloth worth 100 per yard only i2f per yard only only= = worth 150 only IDe 2l7 1e 161 c= Black Figured Brilliantine very fine worth 1912e Skirts and Jackets Ladies Cheviots and Broadcloths Skirt up to 5 1000 only USe Ladies Jackets and Long Coats in Cheviots and Broadcloths in all the latest styles and patterns worth up to 2250 during this sale 28t almost given away Underwear and Hosiery Womens and Childrens Fast Black Hosi ery made with double heel and toe worth price25C ole 1000 doxen Silk Lisle and Fancy Hosiery for Women Men and Children at less than actual of material Womens Part Wool Vests and Pants silk fleece lined price coat tapedalso worth75c IHe Womens Wool Vests and Pants silk taped iworth price 29c Hundreds of dozen Silk Wool Cotton Vests almost given away Corsets Easy Graceful and FormFitting Corsets in the celebrated makes in military and Straight Front at less than the actual cost of the material from IHe up BlanketsF- ull size Blankets in and dark patterns 3ge 1 1 4 and California Wool Blankets all to 1000 only 9Sc loA patternsjworth up II Railroad Fare Paid To OutofTown Buyers of 20 or More Within 30 Miles the date and mark it well Saturday December 15th at Nine oclock a mi C Mark tV 3Z tJ J i f a i I e i a- a KJ atW N- 1r r JC d cUNTIN 4 Mens 1OOO Suits and Overcoats go at Continuation Sate 298 I A Fine Suit of Mens Clothes all to match This Suit is positively worth 10 00 or your money refunded at any time during this sale A Fine Suit of Mens Clothes all to match This suit is positive II 1 worth 1250 or your money refunded at time this sale 8 Mens Suits In and Scotch Plaids orFine Cheviots wort 113 your money refunded at any time during this sale if you are not satisfied tJ MensSplendid Suits in Velour Finished Cassimeres all sizes These Suits are positively worth 1500 or your money back I Silk and Satin Lined Dress Suits in plain checks and stripes Suit is positively worth 81650 hoespum tweed and cassimere suits single and double breasted side Square Lancaster to Continue his Great Price Reduction Sale fl LOGANSo- uth T 585 748 998 At 81298 and 814 85 these represent the product of the Worlds celebrated looms and the Worlds most skilled tailors They equal and are guaranteed to excel any 822 tailpr madetoor der garments in the world or we will cheerfully refund your money Kens Extra Fine Dress Suits in all the latest styles and shades heavy silk and satin lined equal to the fin est 82200 madetoorder suit Dont fail to ask to see this suit 1248 MENS SHOES worth 300 98ctsk l l r p Continuation Sale I Mens Fine Dress Pants for Mens Fine Trousers for Sunday wear in worsteds and fancy I stripes positively worth 5 00 or your money refunded Mens Fine Overcoats in Silk and Satin Linings Oxford black blue and dark blue shades worth 18 Mens fine Royal Standard Kersey Overcoats in black and blue postively worth 20 for Boys Suits for Fall and Winter wear worth 82 00 and 83 00 our price I from Childrens Knee Pants worth 50c our price 98c I 239 I Winter OvercoatsRich in Style Highest Quality I Mens nice good durable Overcoats in black and brown for Sunday wear positively worth 10 for 297 689 793Mens allwool Fancy Scotch Cheviots Vicunas and Meltons full fashioned 52in long some with belt or without belt fashions lasest creations from Americas foremost manufacturers Hand tailored throughout equal to any 82500 custommade for I 995 79C98C I3C Mens FurnishingsMens Bow Ties 3c Mens and Boys Sweaters 39c 500 Mens Negligee Shirts of the latest patterns worth 81 at 39c 60 dozen Mens Shirts stiff bosom white and fancy patterns Monarch Brand worth 8125 25c Mens Fleeced lined Underwear worth 75c go at 39c Mens Hose all colors ic Mens Handkerchiefs hemstitched fancy boarder worth 25 at 3c Mens Embroidered Suspenders worth 25c go at 6c Mens Heavy Socks all wool 19c Red and Blue Hankerchlefs lOc values for 3c One lot of Dress Hats worth 83 go at 98c 100 dozen Ties worth 50c go at lOc 1000 pair Overalls worth 75c go at 39C I worth 25c go at Shirts worth and 200 our price 79c Best Work Shirts on earth worth L00 KO at 39c Negligee 150 An Enormous Stock of At the Mercy of the Public The Greatest Shoe Values on Earth We Must and Will Turn Them Into Money Mens single and double sole bals and lace shoes London extention soles every pair guaranteed for good wear PINE SHOES Many of this lot were sold for 3 none were less than 82 while they last Many styles in black all the newest shapes forFall and Winter worth 8350 our price 98c wear that mean service and comfort Mens Fine Dress Shoes made from select calf skin and vici kid best workmanship and finish famous McKay sewed every pair guaranteed actually worth 400 149 198 Childrens Shoes worth to sale price 49C 9c Misses Shoes worth sale price Infants Shoes worth 69c 9 98c r a9 149 and i 98 Mens High Top Black and Tan Shoes worth from 8450 to 8600 go in this sale at to 83 98 Honest Mike Boots worth 500 8334 Honest Mike Shoes worth 3 50 at 210 Buell Bootees worth 6 00 385 Walk Over Shoes famous the world over 285 and 325 Florsbeiin Shoes the highest 85 and grade 4 25 Mishwauka Felt Boots worth up to 3 00 L55 125 200 to 225 6ge to zz1 Mens Shoes 298 I 600 LADIES SHOESOver 1000 pairs of the very finest of the Pull season goods hand sewed lace or button all weights of soles French kids pat ent leather and Russian calf etc They are far the biSst of any shoes brought to the market worth 250 to 500 Come pick them out at I SOUTH SIDE SQUARE T1S Lancaster Kentucky Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens pants worth 3 go at 9 S cts Continuation SaleI We have just concluded what has been the greatest ten days of merchandising that has ever been held in this vicinity The volumn of our business has been immense and we have been mare than satisfied with the results WE HAVE BEEN BESEIGED Owing to the fact that hundreds of people among whom are great numbers of our regular trade who were unable to attend our great sale we have been beseiged to cottirne our sale a few days longer This we have resolved to do 10 DftYS More of Incomparable BARGAINS For 10 days we will continue to slaughter our magnificent stock of Clothing Shoes and Furnishing Goods and prices will undoubtedly reach the lowest limit make the second 10 days greater than the first ones Remember all goods as advertised or money refunded We quote a few of the marvelous values that will prevail during our Continuation Sale Our stock is still complete and we will 61 Sensational Bargains I In Mens Boysand Children Clothing At 89 98 eacbyou are free to choose a Suit or Overcoat worth 82250 to 82500 from 20 lots of as finely made and as elegantly fin ished Suits and Overcoats as the most fastidious dresser could desire fine home and foreign suitings and overcoatings of style and tone and in a great variety of effectstailored into garments of faultless fashion kersey melton and whipcord overcoats Mack blue brown tan and drab diagonal cheviots vicuna 98C to 198 Ladies Fine Vici Kid Shoes button and lace Paris toes and patent tips worth 550 for 149 One lot Ladies Shoes in odds and ends worth up to 3 50 go in this sale at 35c to 50c The famous Drew Shelby Shoe for Ladies in the ultra fashionable leathers and lasts worth 300 to 450 no in this sale at 1 S to 325 Ladies Drew Shelby Oxfords to be worn with spats at less than manufacturers cost GLOVES and MITTENS Mens Leather Gloves and Mitts worth Soc lcMens Heavy Buck palm Gloves worth 75e 3jo Mens Full Calf Skin Gloves worth 100 Sac Mens Fine Dress Kid Gloves worth 100 85c Wrights Heath Underwear worth 150 3e Coopers famous Underwear worth 1 50 s The famous Royal Silk Plush Underwear worth 2 00 123 Machintosh Rain Coats at your own pride Fish Brand Slickers worth from 200 to 3 00 go at 1 50 to 2 35 Mens Corduroy Punts worth i 25 Extra heavy Texas Corduroy Pants worth 300 to 400 198 to 2 S5 HAT DEPARTMENTAbout 100 dozen Mens Fine Hats all shapes and styles worth ysc Mens and Boys Fine press Hats the latest styles worth 8125 go at 0c Boys and Mens Caps worth 50e goat 15c Hats worth from 2 50 to 4 00 go at lS 8 to 2 25 The Worlds Famous Jno B Stetson Hats worth 500 go during this sale at 385 200 up to 3 only TheFamous Swan a OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every purchaser satisfaction We guarantee every garment every price and every statement here made and we will take back exchange or refund the money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever Every article and every garment in the house marked in plain figures One price to all H T LOGAN MENS HEAVY UN DERWEAR worth 50cts 19cts Continuation Sale Railroad fair paid to purchasers of 25 Money refunded on all Unsatisfactory Goods h tig t or over for radius miles I fp J frr L 1 t i l t BUY MOORES AIR TIGHT And Be Comfortable This Winter carries all the dust up tha chimney Note the beautiful parts J furnished rooms Now note MOORES EVERLASTING FIRE POT lu one in your house Mount I Our Goods are NEW and we do not have to advertise them a- tC OST m to make them sell but will meet any prices on J Shoes Hats and Underwear 3 and only ask you to come and see that THIS IS TRUE I HBMPHILL WEST 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 COflL COAL COAL Send in your wagons we always have ooal in please you both in price and quality fK When in need of Flour Salt Field Seed or any thing in the feed line see me Car fresh SALT just received BANKS HUDSON FINE PROPERTY for SALE AT AUCTION- I will sell at public outcry on the premises Friday January 4th 1907at 10 a m sharp without reserve or bybid the property known KINGS MILL on Dix River in Garrard county Kentucky consisting of 44 acres of Land Two fairly good Residences Cistern Dairytwo Barns Stable andt wo small Tenant Souses and Store Room together with mill seat The dam is in good condition forebay and turbine is all right This property has been known for more than fifty years as a most de finest milling product and can be bought low enough to deliver the manufactured product to market with advantage to the mill owner The custom grinding amounts to between 1500 and 2600 per annum and it is a fine location for a country store TERMS Onethird cash the remainder in two equal annual pay ments bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale a lien retained for purchase money with precipitous clause Possession given im mediately For further information address SAMUEL J BAILEY T M Cardwell Auct BURGIN KY IH jg me HEATERS d the ashes as the dust flueNo dust from or shaklnK own of outline tit for theIS It burns the smoke which means heat the amount of coal consumed as well as the of small amount of coal An mean an order for us to install I I WW1JJIr r stockcan 1r ftitIVW 1U nn1UQiJ Lancaster I I Note the beauty an ornament finest double for keeping fire overnight with only a examination of Tight Heater kin1 r i i l PERSONAL NOTES I Mrs Jennie West is in Louisville visiting relatives I Dr J Gilbert of Shelby is vis itiiiB in this city F G Hurt was in Paris the past week on business Miss GreKor is visiting rela lives in Winchester Mrs J E Stormes was a visitor in Lexington this week Miss Rella Arnold has been visiting relatives in Paint Lick I Mrs Ada Kinnaird gave a six oclock dinner Friday evening Mr Banks Hudson was a visitor in Cincinnati the past week Mr Ghenault Duncan of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Mr Ross Bastin and bride have re turned from tneir bridal tour Miss Maggie Faris of Richmond is the guest of Dr G C Farts and wife Miss Sue Yantis of Indianapolis has been visiting relatives here Miss Bessie of Stanford at tended the LearBastin wedding Mrs Jesse Walden of Danville has been visiting Mrs Charles Anderson Dr A S Price of Stanford has been with his mother Mrs Harriet Price Misses Sallie and Joe Wages of are guests of Miss Allie Arnold Mr Alex West visited Mrs Charles F Denman at Nicholas ville last week Gena Dunlap of Lexington has been visiting Louis Landram and wirei Mrs Stephen Walker has been in Lexington visiting Mrs Anna Kar rick Mr Boyd Metcalf of Harrodsburg has been visiting Miss Bertha Burn side Mr Richard Anderson of St Louis is with his mother Mrs Sue assisting M Ballous grocery during the holiday rush Mrs Mary Carter and little daughter of Lincoln have been visiting Mrs F M r Roy Haynes and wife of Hills Miss Annie Perkins of Marksbury has been the guest of the Misses Bourne this week Messrs J H Kinnaird Will West and Lewis Gill attended the dance in Dan the past week Mr Virgil Baughman of Richmond attended the funeral of his mother Mrs Sallie Baughman Mesdames Thomas Robinson and hi j L McAfee of Hustonville have been visiting Mrs E G Kauffman Mr and Mrs E L Dudderar and handsome son George of Birmingham Ala are visiting Mrs W M Zanone Mr and Mrs J A Duderar and Miss Bessie Yantis of Stanford attended the receotion given Mr and Mrs Ross Bastin Mr and Mrs Geo Spoonamore and little daughter Margaret of Stanford have been the guests of Mrs W M Zanone Miss Minnie Lewis who has been trimming for Mrs Alexander Walker left the past week for her home in Portsmouth Ohio Miss Susie Yantis of Indianapolis Bastin recently Mrs Victor Lear entertained Sun day at an elegant lunch in honor of W R Bastin and bride and Miss Sue Yantis of Indianapolis Danville Frank Robin son of Garrard county is visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Humphrey Hud son on Lexington avenue Miss Sue Yantis who has been here to attend the BastinLear wedding and reception has returned to her home in Indianapolis Ind Mr and Mrs Elijah West of Denver Colorado and Mr and Mrs George West of Richmond were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West last week jurious to their health Go to Zimmers where only the purest and best are handled The prices are way down low Stanford Journal Mr J E and wire of Lancaster were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs H JMrs Ed Walker of Upper Garrard was here Saturday returning from a visit to relaties in Mississppl Harry West Traylor of the Gilberts Creek section was the guest of Master Morris Bruce Mr Thomas Austin of was a caller at this omce yes terday One among the society events of the season was the reception given by re Wm Lear in honor of the home coming of Mr and Mrs W A BastinI greeted by Mrs Victor Lear and Mrs Amon and welcomed by the receiving line Miss Bessie Galley Mr and Mrs W R Bastin and Miss Sue Yantis The home so well known for its hogpi tality appeared at its best A 6 dinner was served in courses Tiny boxes of wedding cake tied with pink ribbon were the place cards all car rving away these memtoes fully ed that their dream swouM reveal each future Covers were laid for 14 at each table The decorations were lock Bur 0 6i Lucy Yantis Richmond i1 Miss ill I sonMr E C Gaines Is in H P Frisbie Mailm Jill Im vii Ie i1 I Stanford NewsMrs candies Mounts Lancaster At an early hunt the pests arrived ille And Mco o e bets to were toast were Doty Clay Louis silk ley I be i 8 white and pink ferns carnations and narcfssus were in profusion from par lor dining room where the colors brought out III evidence in table decorations anti each course The bv Miss Reila Arnold was a ting little poem The guests present Misses Anjjie Kinnaird Jessie Ethel West Marjariute Kin naird Irene Romans Ethel Dunn Della Tinder Rella Arnold Sue Yantis Bessie Yantis Bessie Gulley Messrs Will Burton Carlton Elkin Kaufman Willie Fox Logan Tinder Jessie Gulley Virgil Kinnaird Lillard Miles Homer Tins ley Clinton Bastin Mr and Mrs H V Bastin The bride wore an opalesque with gloves to match pink organdy Miss Yantis black voile the belles of occasion all were looking their sweetest in evening style Business and Bargains Call and see our handsome china forXmas S A Walker I Oranges bananas grapes In fact all kinds of fruits fresh nt Zimmers Our line of Fruits and Candles cant beat W H Ward Santa Claus in full bloom at Wards Grocery Toys Toys Toys 2t Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Freshest candies in town at aim mersrestaurant Prettiest china in town at S A Walkers 2t I Buy your winter coal of Banks Low Prices and High Grades I Heating stoves from 150 up Bros Fresh and best candies at S A Walkers 2t Say We have the latest creations ia lap robes Haselden Brostf Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin and backbones Currey Herndon Buggies are going cheap We are out our stock tt Romans Elmore Gold fish and at low Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tf Bring me your eggs and butter tf My line fo fancy goods are much cheaper this season tf H M Ballou Charcoal for use in your tobacco barn tf Haselden Bros Birdsell Wagons at cost tf Mount Elkin Full blooded Bronze Gobblers for sale at 8250 each Mrs Rout It Fish and Oysters at Elkin Bros Friday and Saturday tf Watch my show window tf Ballou I pie Peaches lOc Currey Herndon Jewelry of all kinds at Drugstore Couches and Davenports at J I have more fancy china coming in this week just lovely Carpets and Rugs at J C Robinson tf My line of holiday goods is beautiful tf H M Ballou Handsome Xmas gifts in chinaware I We have a few more sets of 56 price dinner sets which we 750 Come and let us shpwvou through our entire stock goods Drug at S A Walkers The finest and largest line of buggy rugs ever seen in Lancaster at a sacrifice Romans Elmore tf On account of our Xmas goods get ting in late and we brought a large amount we have marked way down they must be sold article W H Ward in Christmas packages Friibie Drug Store We invite to call and look at our line of Xmas presents We have for every the old man and woman the ladies and their beaus 2b W H Ward We have a beautiful of gen ume Indian Burnt Leather Goods something new come and them Frisbies Drug Store with less coal than any other at Has elden Bros store Call and see it tf Stick pins and Bracelets ever seen Frisbies Drugstore Coal Hay and Corn at and retail Try one car it you money Try my Black Bear Nut for cooking purpases None its equal Call and let me give yon before you buy Phone 140 tf J A Jones G V Clintonville Ey says Ibave used and sold almost eveay hog Bourbon Hog Remedy is the only medl cine I ever found that will cure bog cholera Sold and guaranteed It Mount Elkin Two good for sale tf WBCook s I tiLe Miss Gal C us your Sausage and ribs excellent H 11 BaUou M F DrugStore H M C Rob n tt H 2t W aWard Bear this In mind Remember we are the people candyfresh something burnsIts ofWatchI ncaster Salt wholesale I on the market and will by cotta Hudson S ring C S Frisbie are closingbut Y u Frisk es oat s see Ha plus weave say k milk r J I s at RUSH Get Your PRESENTS We will be Crowded Later I rice the prettiest line of China and Toysev- ersold Also largest assortment of CANDIES I ever bought IMI HOLIDAY GOODSa- re now ready and cur stock this year embraces many things that we never carried before We can show you a beautiful line of 3 1 I 3 3 3 is m I j CIi I i IIu r r J Our p may Silver Clocks BraceletsToilet Cuff Buttons I Burnt Leather Goods and Toys- of every description Our prices are the lowest Come and see them DRUG STORE k I I fRI a of on I Fresh Country Sausage and Country Lard the Gar rard Grocery Grocery Phone UG I Call at the New Garrard Grocery andj get Baled Hay Phone 14G We are still making our Competitors growl by those good tomatoes at lOc per can W II Ward Call at The New Garrard Grocery for the best Coal at the prices We have employedMr Walker Bond Lebanon as meat cutter and of the New Garrard meat market Depot street and invite you to call and get best Porter House steak at cents alb and all other meats in pro portion Phone 58 Orders delivered promptly I Best Patent Flour 60 cts per sack at the New Garrard Grocery We have just a big line of Christmas Candies and all kinds of Nuts at the lowest price New Gar rard Grocery I Call up tha New Garrard Grocery phone 140and get the best pure Honey Has It Occurred To You that it is really not coal but heat thatyou are Luying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the Our Banne Coal is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an easi ly regulated dependable tire Ask us Notice There will be a meeting of the share holders elect directors to serve the year Dec 3 1900 BF HUDSON Cashier Election Notice its bank building January S 1907 for thepurpose of for the ensuIng year 8 C DENT Cashier Dec 3 1900 0 always on handat forE aNew manager supply I banking shareholdersat 1 r Our line of Holiday Goods EVERY is open It is complete and ARTICLE Come to see us NEW R E McEOBERTS DRUGGIST Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and long stem I 1111111111 I I I I I 3 11111 11111 I Public Sale OK 2000 Stock Merchandise Tuesday Dec 06 sell my stock of goods and store as a whole to the highest bid der This stock of goods is new and clean none of it having been in my house over twelve months This stock consists of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hardware Tinware Groceries Onehalf of stock is Staple Groceries This stock of goods is in Bryantsville Gairard County Kentucky and this place has always been considered the goodsIyear and I will say there is no better My stock of goods is in the large store house owned by Pettus Bros of Somerset Kentucky and this can be bought or leased and 1 will say that there is not a better house in Kentucky Remember this is a golden opportunity for some one to get a big bargain Remember this will be a positive sale on the above named date Sale will take place promptly at 1 oclock p m December 18th Bryantsville is nine miles from any town and is surrounded by the best agricultural land in thestate making it a splendid point for business For fut her particulars can on or address A T Scott Bryanlsville Ky r or General WILL 0 18 fixtures standanywhere business LANCASTER Is ossssssu I GREENHOUSE I IRlcllmoad Street I h uu Keatacky I XmasHolly WREATHS FOB Window eeee Decorations China LocketsCut Stick Pins Lowneys Candy I I JOIN CIRISTIAN Proprietor IPhone 01010101 157eaeswrs i OOOOC Roses Roses received daily from Stanford Greenhouse These Roses are second 8 I i 4 MOl to ooseeeeee none SSSSSsS e Funeral Flowers Floral Designing a Specialty BULBSBedding Plants la Season X a I IIIIIIIn + Coinminsiymrs Sale of land iAiicAiti CJKCUIT outT Julia A Walker Etc Plaint itf vs x Wesley Walker Etc Defendants By vlrlure of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the November term 1000 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY ILL 24th 1000 publicly before the Court House door in the City of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky sell to the highest and best binder the following describ etl real property situated in Gurnird County Kentucky on the waters Paint Liclc Creek as to wii Said property contains about 1C acres soil ishuujud on the waters ol Paint Lick Creek in Garrard County Ky and is the residue of this following described tracts of land to wit A Three tracts or parcels of land lying in Garrard County situated on the waters of Pauit Lick Creek and bounded and described as follows viz The first tractbeginning at a black walnut at A thence down a brancn S i 15 14 1 poles S 73 E 20 poles b 5 i K 18 poles in a white wal out stump thence continuing flown said brandi S E 34 poles to a stake in said branch thence X 07 I E 87 J poles to a walnut stump near the mouth of a small and near a spring thence N 122 poles to a stake on Van ClilTs line thence fa 71 1 V 138 i pules to a beech on a branch thence down said branch N 20 1 W 20 35 poles to a stake and beech poin ter near said branch thence up u branch and hollow S 50 V 27 poles white walnut near said branch thence S 22 i W f3 poles to a stake thence S 1 W 31 pules to a stake near mold hemp milit hence N 80 E 2234 poles to a stake in a lane thence fc33 iE 13 45 poles to the place of begin ning containing one hundred and ten acres 2 roods and 2i pules The 2nd tract bjunded as follows adjoining this tract above described and beginning a red oak tree on a point thence S 50 E 37 poles to a stake on the creek but torn thence S 13 W 8 poles to a stake near the mouth of a branch thence up said branch VJ W 1 poles S 38 i W 9 i poles N 7 IV 5 2 piles to a stake cor to a piece sold to Thump Sebastm Thence 7S 09 W 33 poles to stake at the fork of a branch thence up the right hand branch X 2i V 17 poles to a stake in said branch thence OS E 40 poles to the beginning containing eleven and one half acres The 3rd tract first is bounded as follows viz be ginning at a stake in line to 1st tract thence S 70 W 175 to a stake on a hill thence S 5t5 poles to a dog wood on line to said tract thence a new line N 10 t E 14 1 poles to the be ginning containing 2 roods and 11 poles be the same more or less A certain small tract or of land lying in Garrard County Ky on the waters of Paint Liclc Creel and bounded as follows begin ning at a stone on a hill side a new in line tc John M Walker thence with said line X 54 i W 4 70 drains to a stone corner to same thence s 18 E 300 chains to a stone corner to same thence N 71 34 p 020 chains to a stone in Walkers line a new corner said stone is one half pole nearly due west from a young market as a pointer thence new lines along the hill side S 25 V 504 chains to stone S 16 34 V 3 50 chains to the containing 273 acres Remaining after cutting oil and there from and nut includ ing the following described parcels there of towit 1st Beginning at black walnut an with Thomps Sebastiu S 52 E 3 02 chains striking a drain and down same S 71 E 5 chains S 50 E 3 chains to a point in said drain a new corn r thence a new line N 22 14 B up a small drain 1150 chains passing through a pond on a ridge to a wire fence post at or near the north edge of pond thence another new line S S2 E with a wire lance 1 00 chains to a point at said fence S 74 34 new 21 CO chains to a stake on a hill side facing Paint Lick Creek said slake is 15 links S 40 from a beech and also at the lower corner of a large Hat ruck ly on the surface of the ground thence with the widow line N 4 i passing a drain supposed line be tween Prewittand Cotton at 11UO chains in all 2530 poles to a joung hickory at the angle of the fence thence S W with Morris and passing corner between him and Casey at ISi chains in all 3450 chains to a stake on the N E bank uf a drain said drain N 17J W 510 chains to a stake at the forks of the drain thenceup another prong of drain S 521 087 chains to a stake on south of and near said drain thence S 25 W 13 25 chains to a stake on a ridge and near where an old hemp will stood thence S 10 W 50 to a point in or near the middle of county road to Sebastian and thence a long and with middle of said road and with W II Sebastian S S9i E 503 2nd Beginning at a point in middle of County Road where a very small drain crosses said road a new corner thence a new line down said drain S 4514 V 81 links to a point in a large drain atmoulh of said small drain mid the larger drain with said Sebastin S 20 34 E 509 chains to a point at the forks of said drain 10 links beyond a and still with Sebastian N 21 E 2 20 her in said Sebastians lincthence new lines S 2314 W 2 15 drain to a stone S 49 W 5 chains to a point in middle of a point In road 10 links N 13 W from a young black walnut thence Js 7734W 173 chains point in road 15 links N 3S V from a sugar tree thence N 02 W34G chains to a point a feet beyond a sugar tree snag at lower edge of road N 55 W 2 70 chains N 28 W 4 50 to of land to be sold under tills judgment about 46 TERMSSaid on a credit of six and twelve months and the purch aser will be required to execute bonds with good and sufficient suretyfor the purchase money payable to the Master until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution mav issue if the bonds are not paid atmaturity and a lien will also be re tained upon said property sold untilthe payment of the purchase money J M ROTHWELL Master Garrard Court This Dec 5th 19C6 R L Davidson Atty for PUt i t ell crJltd Ky and 54 Lo- a I a the B parcel corner a Sebastian i4 11 mulberrypointer W corner beginning inlinethedrainpointin fenceN middIe acresleaving interest Comm8 loner t oft ain i boles beginning foci lug f west- side Bular l Circuit CENTRAL RECORD Supplement Lancaster Ky Dec 14 1906 STONE Sanders sold his tobacco to Mr Beazley at 7cts Mjss Leola Scott spent Friday night Mrs George Ray spent Wednesday with her tunt Mrs Jim Stone Miss Alice Snyder of Paint Lick is with her sister at Stone Mr Lem Taater wife and children spent Sunday at Mary Sanders Misses Pearl Sanders have been visiting in Lexington Bro Foley will preach at SottsFork Sunday and Sunday night A T Sanders sold his crop of tobacco to Mr Kincaid of Paint Lick at 8 cts Thomas Hicks and Edward Grow made a trip to Nicholasville last week Miss Mabel Crutchfield has accepted Miss Mary Preston was the charming guest of Miss Gertie McCreary Sun dayMrs Sam Duncan and Hattie Van derpool visited Mrs Mat Foley Thurs dayMiss Minnie and Ida Teater enter tamed a number of their friends by Saturday evening URYANTSVILLE I Mr Ernest Bourne of Lexington was here Monday on business Mrs Alice Adams will return to her home in Denver Col next week Mr Tom Dunn has gone to Lexing a where he has accepted a position Elliott visited his father alilton Elliott at North Middle last week Mrs J S Haselden enter ined a number of their relatives at aner Sunday Mrs Sadie Aldridge Durham is in itanford this week visiting her moth r Mrs Harry Aldridge Tommie Sanders and Ada of Uichoiasville we day and Sunday of Mrs VV L ere will be preaching at the thodist church Sundav morning evening by the pastor Rev W D elburnThere will be a Christmas Tree and Cantata at the Methodist Church on c9istmas eve afternoon at three o clock Everybody is invited to come The many friends of Dr Bascom Rose are delighted to know that he has decided to locate here Dr Rose is a splendid young physician and we wish him much success Mr Lawson and family of Missouri have moved here to make their home Mr Lawson formerly lived here but left several years ago to reside in tie West His many friends are glad o welcome him back A Warning To Parents Doctors who know their business ae constantly warning parents ot the great danger in allowing children cheap trashy and now that the holidays are at hand The Record would call attention to this great evil Candles will not hurt they are made of pure clean materials and only by experts at the business Realizing this fact one of our Lancaster Merchants R Zimmer has bought a large stock of absolute is selling it at very low prices consider the pure there of Buy only the best at Zimmers o E L M A Sanders Edna Scott and telephoneCo pleasant W M rand es e the ts d I tot provided candies for holiday trade and I at rs gue the 1 v take pleasure in announcing the public that our immense stock is now on display and extend a most cordial invitation to call inspect the goods and get our prices before making purchases of Holiday Gods We have a splendid line of w w y SOUVENIR SPOONS STICK PINS fact Everything Handled by a First Class Up 1 To Date JEWELRY House Largest and Prettiest stock of Holiday Goods in Central Kentucky NclllEITS Holiday ANNOUNCEMENT BRACELETS NECKLACES CUff BUTTONS CHAINS CUT GlASS IMPORTED CHINA I n MORROW i y y c dDC9d C4cxWV ViS41J tne iC 57 Fa- We