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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r C tzrzirzzwrK rack THE CENTRAL BECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARGff 22 IJI07 SSflfflfIffffftff flflffflf flfflf Iff IffIff IffflfIffWit flflff IffIffflfW 4 We are headquarters for HARNESS Collars Plow Gear Trace Chains The largest and most com plete line in Garrard County Chattanooga Plows See our Hill Side Plows HASELDEN BROS jet In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co We appreciate deeply the manner in which the trade of Garrard and surrounding counties has stood bv us We know we have won this patronage solely by honest square dealing and by never working off unsatisfactory goods or misrepresenting anything to our customers We are enjoying the best trade we have ever had and are determined to hold it by treating our customers fairly and giving them value received for every dollar spent with us We are deeply grateful to you and will redou ble our efforts to continue to merit your patronage Our immense stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods Notions Etc continues to roll in ard advise that you call early and get first choice We call especial attention to The Elite Skirt Fit and Quality Guaranteed Joseph Mercantile Go Incorporated s a e E I a E ii E E I t E i 3iUiiUiiUIUiiUiUWiUiU iUiUiUiU1U1Ulu m m J I we J THE- e I I It ft 0 LIJ l1f ttn IJI 1r 1 1- F l I 1- EE EE EE f t r- a LmMMkmmfijvLmuNwr H 1 H WBuHeradoit Ben D Ilerndou ERNMN 1ERNION Attorneys At law Lancaster Kentucky Once ever Stonaea drug store r I 11111 III 1111 j J23edz1e Undertaker I JdcriII CsiJ IfOffice on Dmrltte Street l- I 4 L DAVIDSON Oflce over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I R AUorneydt Iaw FULL LINE OF CASKETS ASD BF8IAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK I iI IIJIIIIIII 11111111111 IJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IJII 111111 The H H M S of the Methodist church hold their meetings the lirst Wednesday in each month at Everybody is invited Ui attend i Opening March 23 call and see our- i Pattern hats and correct in all branches Everything new and up to date Mrs Alexander Walker Special Service Special Easter service at the Church at eleven oclock under aus pices of Epworth Leauge and Sunday School Good music rectations and reading The Ladies of the Aid Society of the Methodist church will have a market of goods things to eat on Sat urday before the first Sunday in April and May Due notice will be given as to where they will be The people of Lancaster and Gar rard county are cordially invited to the opening of spring and sum mer goons at Miss Minnie Easthams millinery parlors in Danvilleon All the newest creations in ladies at most reasonable This office is always glad to publish notices for churches and church socie ties and we never make anv charges for same Now it does seem that when we do this those wanting the notfces should write them nut as should Wirite it the way you want it and theres no charge for publishing it A Good Entertainment The graduating cuss of the Lancas ter Graded school hat spcured the ser vices of Mr A Lincoln Kirk to give an entertainment at the court house March 2J Mr Kirc has a wide reputation as an entertainer ann those who attend are assured of an evening of great pleasure and fun Easter Exchange Th ladies of the Christian church will have an exchange in the room next to 1 A Beazeys on Dinville stropt Saturday the 30th Bread sandwiches dressed fowls cakes and candy will be sold at very low prices This is for the benefit of the Hazel Green school Ices will be served at 230 This is for a good cause and your patronage will be appreciated Dates Selected- A tweeting of the stockholders of the Garrard County Fair Association was held Saturday and July 24 25 aud 20 selected as dates for the meeting It was decided to add two new features this year that cf hogs and poultry W IJ Burton was made president 1 Y Robinson 1st vice president Woods Walker 2nd vice president R L Elkin secretarytreasurer and Charley W West assistant secretary Twenty One Years The case against Jones and John Simpson charged with murder and arson attracted a large crowd to the court house Every point was closely contested and many witnesses introduc ed The returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment at con bnement in the penitentiary tor twentyone years The case against Curt East is now in yrogrens Association Formed The Garrard DurocJersey Associa tion is the name of an organization just formed by prominent Garrard county citizens tot ijje purpose of the hograising industry in this locality Bro Tinder was elected presi dent and B L Elkin secretary ings will be held from time to time when there will an exchange of ideas and matters discussed which will bring good results to all concerned Main Point Omitted ID publishing the card of Mr J R Mount in last issue of The Record the compositor failed to set the most important feature therein namely I am unequivocally opposed to the sale of whisky Mr Mount fcejls The Record that he will do all in his power to stop the sale of liquor and will nev er east a vote in the interest of the whisky people lie had this in his card but as stated above the printer failed to set it and the editor missed it in reading the proof Sanator Farris Candidate At the solicitation of his friends Senator George C Farris has consented make the race for repre sentative of Garrard county in the next legislature Mr Farrjs is too well known to the people of Garrard fur us to say one word in the way of an introduc tiou His tight fur the abolition of blind tigers is enough in itself to secure any in the gift of the people He stands upon his record as a public official svjejy and asks the voters of Garrard county to consider his claims simply upon his record Death Mary Grinds The ruraeral of Miss Mary Grimes whose death took place Monday was neld at two oclock Tuesday afternoon from the family residence on Lexington street The service were conducted by Rev F M Tinder Miss Grimes was sufferer of tuberculosis for several months but was not seriously ill until a week ago when she grew rap idly worse Miss Grippes was the eldest child of Mr and Mrs Cfrarles Grimes and a woman of lovable character and strung religious nature She was a member of the Christian church took plgcg at the Lancaster Cemetery monthly the Parsunmp I M illiuery Methodist attend March23 jury II e ogee f MI morn- Ing Interment our Saturday headwear appear Friday promoting lacy mangy Lost Saturday old gold watch charm about Kie of In ifciuls W II U m sine with small Uamuiio Engraved work on oiluT side for return to W 2t Better Be Careful You have all you can do to pay for your own discretions Some day one near and dear to you may prison doors may open to a son or the scarlet letter of eternity blight a daughter When a home is in mourn ing over tragedy the best thing you can do is to keep your mouth shut YOU can say something that will come as a rift in the clouds Then again you know that you may be no better than your neighbor the only difference is that your neighbor was caught and you up to date have kept the sunlight away Be charitable for you know not what day or what hour the blight will appear in your sacred circle Topeka Capital BOURNE Mr Allen Ray remains quite ill of LaGrippe Job Marsee sold a horse to Tim Ford for 110000 Mrs A D Upton of Boyle was with relatives here Sunday Sam Raines sold 15 shoals to Ifoe Marsee of Lancaster for 00 00 Mr Win Rinoy of Lancaster visited Mr Allen Hay funnily Sunday J C Turner bought a mule of J M Turner of Ilynttsvitle price 120 00 Samuel M orford and Gilbert Turner made a business trip to Lexington last weekMiss Mayme Adorns spent several days last week with relatives at Wil little son liar ry L spent last week with Mrs J II Durham at Brysiiitsviik Mrs Susan Taylor of Buckeye is spending several days with P ilamm and family Mr B Wilson and family of Wil more were visiting their daughter Mrs Milberu Carpenter Saturday and Sun dayMr Win Woods of Boyle has moved into the house recently vacated by G M Vanderpool and family Mr Woods is a first class blacksmith and will run a shop at this place Give him a call I have twenty live two year old mules which I will sell In pairs in in Lancaster Monday at W B Burtons stable Jeff T Dunn Stock and Crop Bishop Kibier live stock dealer of Paris says in twenty years experience he has never known fresh milch cows to be as scarce at present Returns of taxes on dogs in Kentuc ky fur the tirst year in which the new law has been in effect show the colltc tion of 20000 with which to cumpeu sate owners of sheep killed by dogs L G Botkins Paris Ky says My wife gave her turkevs Bourbon Poul try Cure when they were dying with cholera and it soon cured them Sold anti guaranteed by Mount Elkin Here is a wash for the trunks of fruifc trees which it is said will keep mice and rabbits from gnawing them To one neck of lime add while warm one quart crude carbolic acid four pounds of sulphur and one half gallon pine fir Stir well Thomas Maiksbury of Mercer coun ty has sold his crop of hemp 16000 pounds at f per 100 ID was raised a 13 acres of land whist averaged a fraction over 10 per acre the highest price paid for hemp in that county for yearsT Cannon Avon Ky says J have used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and will say it cured my hogs of a very bad case of cholera Several of these hogs could not eat and I had to drench them with the medicine Sold and by Mount Elkin The Department of Agriculture has announced that that the average yield of wheat in the United States is g bushels per acre This is the average product but there are as many acres yielding less than 12 bushels per acres as there are yielding more The part of wheat in this country comes frog the small farms in spite of ail that is saint of the pig wheat fields of the Dakotas After deducting all the expenses incident to mowing and sowing his crop of hay last season a Simpson county farmer is credited with having realized the handsome sum of 2200 an acre for that portion of his farm which is down in grass Thisconsider lug the fact that the land oily cost him 25 an acre to begin should he be an eye opener to who rection of raising crops pro dupe half and often times not one fourth as muplj Franklin favorite Why is it the uptodate farmerasay wheat used to be worth a dollar a bushel Since those days farm lands advanced dry goods have advanced clothing meat and canned goods lum ber steel and iron nails and iron fencing have advanced all of them from 25 to 100 per cent Everything has advanced except wheat The dumpers are selling it today for about 75c per bushel Bight in the midst of the greatest era of prosperity this country has ever known they are selling their wheat at hard time prig I I I Reward R Gott fallthe I niFe and more X A dri e and her orother MrJ guaranteed greater are bending their energies Inthe dI that dJnt n hall dollar eold unless i tiles the 3t l with COMPILE INT IS MADE ABQUT PHOftE RATES Traveling Man Declares He Was Charged An Exorbitant Price Lexington long dis tance telephone rate as being charged by the East Tennessee Telephone Company is made the basis of a com plaint which came to the Herald office throught W S Smith who resides at 184 East Fourth street The charges covet the demand of exorbitant rates and were such that they may warrant an investigation- In order to get at the facts in the case a Herald reporter called at the offices cf the East Tennessee Cumpa ny and asked Mr Armstrong the cashier of the company fur u state ment on the subject laying the facts before him as presented by Mr Smith The cashier said I remember the circumstance of Mr Smith coming to our office and getting connection with Maysville He talked for live minutes which at the rate of 30 cents per minute came to 1 50 and there was 15 cents charges which brought the total bill to 105 Smith made no com plaint as to the numberof minutes put down against him nor of the messen ger charges but be did complain of the rate and declared it was ex and had he known the rate before talking he would nut have used the telephone Did MrSmiih know the rate before asking the connection V was asked 1 am inclined to think he did not because he stated that the operator ought to have made him acquainted with the rate before talking as he could then have used his own judg mentIs cent per minute a level ratty Yrs but no connection where over the long diNtiincf fur a period than thee minute That is our rule This would have made the rate to Maysville in any event 10 aid as Mr Smith talked two mimics over the allotted time we charged him the extra two minutes at the 0cei and the messenger charges made up hits account as I have stated Is there any difference between the day rate and the night rate for long distance tolls Yes the night is half the cost or the diy rate In oasn of fractional cents we charge full hive rents Yvati Mr Smith a regular patron of the long distance telephon- eI have no personal knowledge of that lIe stated to me that he had been a frequent patron of the long dis tance and in that event I thought he ought to be familiar with the rate Does your threeminute prevail on all connecting lines as well as your own It does so far as our company is concerned We charged the same rate and apply the same rule to all points with which our lines have any con nectionAccording to the statement made by Mr Smith he had tlrst made apphca tion to the FayetteTelephoneCompany for the same connection which had been offered him minimum charge of but 25 cents but owing to inability to get connection with the desired point h went to the Tennessee expecting the same rate would prevail This additional toll caused the complaint to be made The reporter next asked the of the Fayette Company for a statement concerning the rates charged by his company for the same telephone connections to Maysville He saidOur present charges to Maysville is at a jjcent ratp There Is no slip ulation that a patron must talk a given length of time He gets his connec tion for 25 gents and while I am to the belief that this rate is a trifle too low to be profitable yet those are our charges and they are now in force and effect Mr Smith the complainant a New York firm and is a travel ing man hut resides in this city a Bbove stated Worked a Like Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterpise Louisa Va says 1 ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Bucklens Arnica Salve No inflammation followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals pyerv burn and skin disease at Me Roberts Jruggist 25c 1m Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new students in the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in rfccpamendirg it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No huir No robbing students of of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf Big Music Festival Railroads Will grant reduced rates from all points in Kentucky to April 18 to 20 on account of the Music Festival which will be given on those dates in thenew Armory in that city The festival will be biggest musical event given in the South A chorus of 300 voices has been organized for the occasion and will be assisted by many eminent soloists and by Walter Damroschs New York Symphony Orchestra wjtb Mr Darn rosch as conductor Madame Marcel la Sembrfch will be the principal poloUfc I HeraldThe M r that orbit ant II theo is any Irate I I n ruse fora Company represents bug tactlec Louisville build- Ing messenger made less cent manager inclined spree Guaranteed lnt ll r Isnt This Town A Pretty Good Town If Not Why Not How do you like the town you live in Pretty fair sort of place hi Otherwise move to some other town wouldnt you But dont think inuchof this town you say Well whats the matter with this town If II f II I It II 11 II ill jII I iI II im t III II you anything I i d I i ii you d there wrong lets all get and right it AH of us live here and we ought to pull Xobody living in Xew York or Chica go or St Louis or Sail Francisco is going to do any pulling FOR u the contrary some of those cities are doing a lot of pulling FROM us only pull away some of our best young men as the boys grow up but they pull away many of good American dol lars which ought to be pcnt right here where thy would d the most to I ether I I III I I I On His 11Theynot I I II L IrI i together j our good AYhat is your favor ite book The Mail Order Catalogue Ah so we thought Now suppose just for a change you read your local paper carefully watch the advertisements and if you dont see what you want ask the home merchant for it Suppose all of us trade at home a little more regularly That ought to help make this a better town And maybe if wed keep more of our money at home r the town wed keep more of our boys at home Get our prices on this Wagon IIi I i fit III buildup l s i r r Call and inspect our lire cf BuggiesRoad CartsEtc We use the best Rubber Tire on the market Reduced prices on Harness for 30 days Conn I Bro t t e Buggies 7 I The Largest and most complete line ever broughut to Lancaster Largest Line of Buggy Harness ever shown Old Hickory Wagons Deering Machines Wire Fence Etc All kinds of Buggy Repairing We put on the best Rubber Tires made ROMANSW JIu Farmers Attention I have secured several Companies that will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance d FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 rS iW ffir Clover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass recleaned and clipped north ern seed oats just received The best grades at the lowest prices Corn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed Feed We are in the market at all tines for Corn and Hay BANKS HUDSON Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linolium Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in lat est designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for Boys and Girls from 3 to 16 years old Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures j c ROBINSONA We have an exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAXWe in stock 50 Twenty Mule Team Borax books that we got on a special offer They are interesting to the children aud as long as they last we will give out free with each r pound purchase of When these are gone we cannot secure more at any price Come at once and take advantage of this as you will need the Borax in the curing of your meet RISBIES DRllKi STORE 1AtJli1r iJftW1M Jw jJ- I SEED I I on IOsr Losd I In n I COAL I FEED I I IAr Mf 1 r rr r i I I I I I I I have i extremely- I I BORAX- at 2O j i specialoffer i E0 t s CENTRAL RECORD ISSlED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky March 22 1906 I In Memoriam One of the loveliest ant sweetest of womanly characters was lost to Gar rard County when Mrs L L Walker formerly Elisa Lusk passed away at Colorado Springs on the 2 th day of February last Coming from a grand old family endowed by birth with every thing which goes to make a no ble and womanly woman from her earliest girlhood until she breathed I her last she lived and acted in a way that shed luster on an already honora ble name and made the community bet ter for her having lived therein Hope and gladness followed her every where she went and into every life she sunshine was crowned its king with faith as a powerful scepter During her life as a teachers many seeds were sown in the hearts and minds of the young which have long ere this taken tirm root and will in the years to come bring forth fruit which will in strenth of goodness and the expectations of her fondest dream She was not alone a of children but gave to all with whom she came in contact such lessons us would lighten each burden and the otherwise rugged path of life into a highway ore shadowed with flowers of promise and love There is a silver lining to every cloud have often heard her say and in this belief She lived and died Her last words Lewis will be here Friday are the beautiful evidences that the hope of seeing the one nearest and dearest to herthe silver promise in the cloud of death was her sustaining powerin the passage from this to the World In the capacity of of School she displayed the sanae gentleness of spirit which characteriz her private life and through it gain a host of friends and caused under her supervision seem drawn together in one great bond I shall never forget the we made together in 97 She seeind to draw people to her with out an jfort and whether in the fields on horse back in the different homes of county soliciting votes or the choir of some old church her wonaerful voice in the services hour the true woman stood out above every thing else causing her to be Toy ed by every one who knew her Asan old gentleman in the lower part of county said during that campaign It would just seem like a sin not to vote for her She was a Christian in the truest sense of the word and her acts of geth tleness in the every day walks of life preached more eloquent sermons than isheard from many a pulpit It is need less to say that she met death with that same udflinching faith with which she met the struggles of life No mat ter how many years I shall be permit ted to live I can never forget the woman nor the life To the one upon whom this sorrow must fall the heavi est her husband my boyhood friend I would commend her pure and Godly life as an inspiration in the daystb come for his consolation in this ban of sorrow more than any thing elst will be blessed memories of her whoia few years ago a few years ago plated her all in his keeping and clung to Mat faithfully until her summons came to bid this world goodbye I j entered rival teacher bet r led to canvass f I I die commit Iig I I it 0 57RlT V N beauty transform I Superintendent the mingling oft Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New Dis covery and I soon noticed I kept this treatment up a few weeks he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by R E McRoberts Dru gist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free STONE Miss Pearl Sanders has been on the sick list Miss Mary Preston visited homefolks last Sunday Miss Linnine Preston has been very sick with grippe Mr Bill Wbitiker who has been very sick with pneumonia is improving at this writing Willie the little Boy of Mr and Mrs George Whittiker died Monday morn ing after twoweeks of illness Dear father and mother do not weep for your little one is gone to be an angel in heaven He is free from suffering The remains was laid to rest in the Buckeye Cemetery A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy a favor ite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their cough and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancaster 1m Loook Here Watches Watches Watches Elgin Waltham Illinois and Rockfords just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Seed oats at Mount Elkin tf Bracelets Bracelets Bracelets new line just received 2t Morrow McRoberts For sale good milk cow 2t 0 T Wallace Point Leavell Dice Harrow Corn and Land Rollers Haselden Bros Clocks Clocks Clocks New line just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Dont buy a cultivator until you look at mine W J Romans Seed oats recleaned and clipped tf Mount Elkin Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at Mount Elkin Bring me your Butter and eggs 2t W H Ward my prices on disk harrows tf W J Romans Fertilizer for Tobacco beds at ti Mount Elkin triming painting reeairing Rubber tiring wood work General blacksmithing at the Greenleaf stand 322 1m Ray Wearren I have twentyfive two year old mules which I will sell in pairs in Lan raster Monday at W B Burtons stable Jeff T Dunn The Richmond Business College is searching the state for bright young men and women for good positions It is graduating and placing into good salaries and could place many more who are not earning half what they should and might be earning 36 1 wh n 1mI I serious I j Get I Carriage improvement saved Drills Before you buy your wire fence see W J Romans tf Let me order those clover seed 2t W H Ward If you want a good corn planter see W J Romans tf A nice line of Dry Goods shoes hats queensware tinware groceries c at John Magees 315tf j Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Buggies Buggies Buggies Hasel den Bros sell them tf See the Edge drop Black Hawk corn planter Haselden Bros Call up 56 for you groceries 315tf John Magee See the largest line o f fishing tackle ever brought t o Lancaster tf Haselden Bros Nineteen pounds of for at New Garrard Grocery 3 15tf See Hudson for prices on recleaned Northern seed oats 2t Rings Rings Rings New line just received at Morrow McRoberts 2t Just revved a car of RuberOid Roof ipg Haselden Brothers Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Our 10 cts granite sale is a wonder Saturday Mount Elkin We will pay ten cents a pound for hens New Garrard Grocery Gold fish and globes at low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tf I will save you money on wire fence W J Romans tf A full stock of coal on hand at all Banks Hudson Get my prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans tf Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned and clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson Nothern seed oats Mount Elkin We are head quarters for buggy harness Bros John Magee is at the Clay Hamilton stand with a new stock of General Merchandise call and see him and get hisprices tf We have the right harness at the right prices Haselden Bros See the test given Haselden Bros buggies before you buy tf For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 1 00 for tit teen Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick 1June New Poultry Firm Bring us your eggs poultry hides feathers and everything in the poultry line Highest market price paid for same at the New Garrard Grocery Co Depot street Phone 146 I Cash paid for all hogs that die Sold in 260 650 1250 cans by Frisbie ask for particulars It Remember we can furnish you all kinds of Northern seed potatoes onion sets and garden seed at rock prices W H Ward Powell having purchased the entire stock of Powell Will for the next ninety sell out Cloth en and caps for half price Hats and shoes at cost and semilar in all other lines Many bargins in staple and fancy groceries Taken up As Estray Came to my house about 2 miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchord pike about first of year a red calf about six months old Owner can have same by paying cost of keeping and for this notice Taylor House tf pleaser I 1 I times best grades at lowest prices 2t 2t I 2t r when Haas Remedy fed as a FP C D C davs sugar U ig prevention D Buggies I If you are one of Wards customers you are in the right If you are not his customer make haste and get right 2t Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated hemp seed Address Wm Goech Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 1T1A tf There is only one Ruberoid and we sell it Haselden Brothers We give highest price for eggs New Garrard Grocery Co Depot street Phone 14 2t Lost Between Danville and Lancaster Old pike on Saturday tth ladyscape Reward for return to The Record ottice r Guaranteed fatner 2 lbs to you one on Stock Hog is what Haas Remedy will do try a P Frisbie The Druggist Roofing can- E o oo oocoooooo o Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and stem lOa I II long r tu HYACINTHS la Pots 10 cents each ALL COLORS Come and See I II LII 000000000 Call at the New Garrard Grocery f en Qepot street for seed pota lowest prices Phone For Sate Full blooded Geese and white Plymouthrock chickens for sale Eggs in season Mrs J G Burnside tf Point Ask prominet men who feeds it Wm Cook HF Hudson Arch Kaunaugh Jas West Will Todd Jess Fox and many other about Haas Remedy unequaled Sold by F P Has it Occurred To You that it is really notcoal but beat that you are luying Yet in much common coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter all weighing sixteen ounces to the pound Our Banne Coal is all heat It burns all up It is clean hot and makes an easi ly regulated dependable fire Ask us for Banner Coalnobody else can ply it J A Jones 814 w onion sets at Y whiteEmbden l Frisbie- h I Leaven IiF I fr LANCASTER JOHN CHRISTIAN I Proprietor I I Phone 157 I 000000000 o000o000000000 CARD FROM LEADINGDRUGGISTS Liberal Offer to Treat Worst Case of Catarrh To the Editor We have such an unusual offer to make to your readers one that will be of the greatest value to them that we hope you will give this letter prominent location For some time we have had an opportunity to watch the results following the use of Hyomei a for catarrh that cures by breathing medicated air absolutely without any stomach dosing The have been so remarkable that feel justified in making a public offer to treat the worst case of catarrh with the understanding that if Hyomei does not cure it will cost absolutely nothing People who have spent a great deal of money with catarrh deriving but little benefit have seen almost immediate good results from the use of Hyomei and treatment with this remedy has resulted in a complete and cure The complete Hyomei outfit costs only 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Should this not be enough for a cure extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and we guarantee the treatment will cost nothing unless it cures V rf truly onrs R E McRoberts Druggist C D Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co will for the next ninety days sell out and Caps for half price Hats and shoes at cost and similar bargins in all other lines Many bargains in staple and fancy groceries U treatment we continued lasting vestpock- et remember Clothing results specialists r 1 I I I Roses received Idaily from Stanford IGreenhouse are second L tit none 0 wwSwseii f These Roses w I I i Richmond Street I u uuu Kentucky 4 GREENHOUSE lraneasterr funeral flowers Floral Designing a Specialty BULBSBedding Plants In Season 111111 I i I 111111 111111111 tat What You Like Dont Starve orDiet bat use Mloaa and Cure Your Stomach Troubles The average treatment of stomach troubles consists of a rigid diet 1 which often half starves the pat P Of course it would be foolish for who knows that some foods are positively harmful and poisonous to continue eating them even while the Mlona treatment but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it is not necessary to starve or diet if Mlona is faithfully used tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and the organs so that they are able to digest any food that is eaten fear of distress If you suffer from loss of appetite belching of gases sour taste in the mouth tongue severe pains the of the stomach depression oC spirits bad dreams lack of energy a stomach cough offensive breath headaches back aches loss of strength and weight you can be that these troubles are alt dm to imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by takim a Miona tablet before each meal and soon you will gain in weight strength will return and your food will give nourishment so tjtt the rich red blood will carry to every part of the system We have so much confidence ia the power of Miona to stom ach troubles and resulting ills that we give a guarantee with every 5 cent box to refund the momej yiTtig it cures R E McRoberts Dxmggiit anyone a cure strengthens without furred ia region assured go tJL care f following a 1 M If8 NEW I Line SHIRTS t r i i D D D D I Ql Allwool ID Shower Proof Hercules Suits I for BOYS r fri I i JajF IP L I ijlJ rai b mmQ SuitsEasterSTOCK MENS AND IS TIME TO THINK OP YOUR BOYS SUIT IaI IN I I BOYSS- IT i WHITE ELEPHANT uiiinififi3irgirrJtifiJfifini STORE lilJ l raU lilJ Ja l raJ rJai r Ijj r ru Everybody is cordially invited to call and our New and Uptodate line of MILLINERYwhich is arriving daily JVIrs Hlexander Walker Spring Announcement Our Spring and Summer is and extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect same We call especial attention to our large line of E STE IpFS EASTER OPENING SATURDAY MARCH 23rd MRS ADA KINNAIRD E L Woods Prcsu W C Fish Vice Prest W G PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED o o inspect Mell 2i I I Millinery we I I Kemp I 1NOTJT1GEMENT 1I I OpouiuSATllBBAY 9 arriving Cashi- erS We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking I I I treatment 1600000 SURPLUS ooooo M COY K L ARNOLD B G J S BURROWS WOODS WOODS CAPITAL I DIREOTORS IIT B E L W GUY N c piss Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII II J f Easter Neckwear NEW STYLES Unusual Line W L DOUGLASS SHOESBest Stylish Hats for Men and Boys r eI Personal W B Burton was in Paris this week Mr J R Mount has been visiting i LaGrangeMr Sheley of Chicago is for several weeks Mr Joe Haselden is in Cincinnati several weeks stay Mr J B Conn has been in the for several days Mr M D Hughes is in Louisville at tending the exposition- Mr Torn Johnston of Lexington was a a visitor here this week Mrs E f Gaines has retured from visit to relatives in Danville Miss Joan Mount left Monday for r visit to relatives in La Grange Mrs R A Burnside and sons Joe Tercy are in Louisville this week Mrs HarveJ McRoberts of Stanford visited Mrs J It Mount the past week Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville was the pretty guest of Mrs J C Hemphill Miss Lizzie Beazley is in Louisville visiting her brother Mr William Beaz leyMiss Alma Lear of Paint Lick was recent visitor of Miss Annie Hern don Mrs Harris Dudley and baby of Lex agton are guests of Mr and Mrs James Mrs Della Arnold is in Louisville visiting Mrs A II Rice at the Ross more Mrs H C Grades of Mt Sterling is visiting Mrs J II Williams Stanford Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt have from a delightful stay in New DrleansMiss Virginia Goodloe is at home again after a visit to Harrodsbury relatives Clay Kanffman who attends school n Richmond was at home Friday and Saturday Miss Lucy Gregory has returned a visit to Miss Emma Vansickle DanvilleMr Scott and wife of this ounty have returned from a visit to elatives in Burgin Miss Carrie Currey has retured from visit to her sister Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Miss Fannie Henry returned an extended visit to relatives in Eldorado Arkansas Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond here for mountains a and a II ill avenue from of from H returned has was the guest of Miss Annie Herndon the first of this week Mr and Mrs George Robinson o Danville visited Mrs Rebecca Wes Saturday and Sunday Mrs Alex Doty and Miss Belle Leav ell were called to Frankfort to see father who is very ill Miss Alice Mattox returned to he home in Eminence Monday after yisit to Misses Rella and Allie Arnold Miss Sarah Dunn of Stanford the attractive guest of Misses Mat garet and Joan Mount for the Easter danceStanford JournalMiss Susie Hilton who has been the guest of the Misse VanDeveer returned to Lancaster SundayMr Saunders and Miss Pearl Sanders of this county have been visitiny their uncle W II Saunders of Burgin Lexington Raymond Hazeleton of Lancaster is visiting Mr and Mrs W R Welch on South Limestone street The Easter dance given by the Lan caster Cotillion Club Friday at the Armory Hall was one of the most en joyable affairs ever given here Delight ful music was furnished by the Frank fort Orchestra The following young ladies who were beautifully gowned were present Misses Julia Higgins Richmond Kate Douglas Richmond Mamie Lil lard Danville Mary Doty Sarah Dunn Stanford Joan Mount Mar garet Mount Annie Herndon Pol ly Traylor Stanford Angie naird Alice Mattox Eminence Jessie Doty Alma Lear Paint Lick Flora Zeigler Sue Woods Stanford Tevis Carpenter Stanford Mary Anna Col lins Richmond Lucile Collins Rich mond and Mary Bennett Smith of Richmond Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy in His Home We would not be without Chamber lains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of the Indepen dent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than after it has become settled in the system This remedy is also without a peer for croup in children and will prevent tha attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable Druggist at Lancasterlm their a was LeaderMrs I Kin i Found at Last J A Harmon of Lizemore Wes Va says At last I have found perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others atllictec with torpid liver and chronic constipa tion will say take Dr Kings New Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25cal R E McRobert Druggist 1m 1VALLACETON- Mr B H Baker remains quite with LaGrlppe Mrs Ella Lamb returned Thursdaj from Richmond Infirmary Rev Smith filled his regular appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday Rev James Combs of Berea will preach at Wallace Chapel next Sunday Grandma Kidd who has been long was able to attend church Sunday Mr and Mrs Lloyd of Paint Lick at tended services at the Baptist church Mr Henry Botkin and family have moved to their new home in Wallace tonMrs Sallie Vawghn of Maydee visit ed her uncle Mr J S Cade a few days last week Mr William Asher wife and daugh ter went to church at Walnutta Sun day morning Mr Henry Botkin sold to Mr William Higginbotham eight calves at an average of per head Mr Evan Bucnannan of Pulaski county but now a Berea student spent Saturday and Sunday with Rev Smith Messrs Milton and Matt Peters of Jackson county were guests of their sis ter and cousin Mrs Harden Kidd last weekWe failed to hear it in time last week to report the marriage of Mr Sam Hill and Miss Nanme liellard We extend congratulatons Miss Lucy Cade Mrs J W Wallace and daughter Emma left Monday for a vist with relatives and friends in Lebanon Junction and Louisville Mr John Allen has rented the house and farm of Mrs Sarah McNew again this year He and Mr Justus Ponder nave also rented about fifty acres of orn ground from Mr George Mitchel How to Remain Young To continue young in health and strength do so Mrs N F Rowan Mc Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electrice Bitters cured me of hronicliver and stomach trouble comp icated with such an unhealthy of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Elec tric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at McRoberts Drug Store Price 50c 1m the Life sick sick so 1550 r condition A T SMITH HERRINGS Our new stock continues to arrive and our store is filling up with clean upto date new goods Come see this new stock and get some of the uptodate styles Two hundred patterns to select from for new tailor made suits that cost you no more than goods and you can have them like you want them See our styles and let us take your measure Store room in building next to Citizens National bank Now Goods Latest Styles readymade lI ftlV- I rrrr rrrr- NEW Easter TIES Buy iKant Wear Out I r0 fill fiIl BOYS UItS at BATSONS We are sole agents for the the best along the pike Get our prices ELKIN GRANITE SALE SATURDAY Are You Aware In the course of one year that the balance wheel of your watch makes 157680000 revolutions Think of It In time the oil gums produces friction and wears the delicate bearings destroying the high finish and perfect fit thus ruining accurate time piece An ordinary machine is oiled daily Your watch should be oiled once a year Let us examine it an honest opinion from us will cost you nothing I have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie an expert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we are the best equipped Watchmak ers in the State with all the modern instru ments and material to do first class work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler MOUNT r e I i10 0eI I i1 IItv I Y v v f ry Q Q Q Q Q- rQ Q AMERICAN FENCE Q Q- I QQ Qt- rQ Q Q Q QQ Q Q Q Qan- D Q Q Ql Q- Q Q Q Danville Ladies Oxfords NEW STYLES For Easter all sizes in Grey and Blue Serge MEN and BOYS Neat and Fancy Patterns I I Boys I I I I va rivv 1 Knee sums SHIRTS SMITH HERRING i I h FISHERra i JIM BMITEI M fe March 23 is the day of our grand H Patterson Prop of the Blue Front the most reliable wholesale and retail merchant has just re turned from New York where he bought overlOOOO worth of New Spring Goods well selected and direct from the factories We will have our Spring opening March 23 Everybody invited The Blue Front has been tested by the people of Garrard County as the home of honest values xw iIjj JTOT 1ITWGsr O r fS J j I 55 p R Z N c O E N Z JIIIIIIT GI 3- lT7 H Men Notice You all know how the market of leather is now I put our shoes at less than manufacturers cost W L Douglas Walkover King Quality and American Gentleman both high and low cuts 5 grades for 350 350 grades for 250 Other brands from 98c up 100 of styles of Ladies and Childrens low cuts com ing in day We got them at any price We also handle the American Lady shoes for Women All new and uptodate every Dry Goods Best Calico 2 and 5c yard Brown and bleached cotton 36 inch wide 5C yard New spring ginghams 5c yard Good Irish Linen 35c value only 190 New plaid dress goods only i2 cyard 4 f The dawn of a New Era is marked by the Spring opening of The Blue Front dedicated to the people pledged to the popular well fare is this new Spring opening Our stock comprises all the latest styles in uptodate wearing apparel The finest as well as medium grades at prices that are the Wonder of Wonders Ladies ReadytoWear Ladies Silk andTaffeta shirtwaist novelties from 3 to 6 Spring opening price 169 to 298 Ladies Shirts worth from 250 to 1000 Spring opening price 125 to 600 all the latest and newest out AT THE VERY BEGINNING THE Presents a Magnificent line of ValuesSZt7E FRONTWithout Music Without Flowers Without Souvenirs Without Baits of any kind we open the SPRING GOODS to the people But with unmatchable bargain offerings New Spring Neckwear at any price Clothing Mens good overalls 390 only Mens fine dress shirts 390 only Hope brand shirts Si 50 value only 790 New Easter suits just received Over Eight Hundred for Men Boys and Children double and single breasted Two and Three piece suits New Spring fashions finest that is made at any price Remember we have no old goods to work off on the people Over 40 dozen of new Spring trousers received lIens Army pants only Sgc As though by Magic The Blue Front sprung into existence Every assertion and every advestisement of The Blue Front will be considered by us a contract with the people at large New Stock New Methods New Merchandise will characterize this Home of Values The Stupendous values always offered will be the Wonder of Wonders Honest THE BLUE FRONTHead to Foot Outfitters for Men Women and Children H PATTERSON Prop The Working Mans Friend CASTORIA The Hlmd You Have Always Bought and which has been im use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since itsinfancy S cctiA Allow no one todeceive youinthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Iafaats and Children Experience against Experiment I I What isII Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ceataias neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic sobstaace Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms aad allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aad Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It CENUNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of I You Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CCII1AU WeT1 uw STIIECT cw YO CITY Bears the The Bind Hare Always ANNOUNCEMENT the nomination for rep resentative ofGarrard county In the Lower House of the next General Assembly of subject to the action of the Democratic party JO BOGIE The undersigned hereby give warn to all persons not to trespass upon ourlaadc for any purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Clay Sutton I M Myers HCAnoU B L Burton Jno A Saaders JJ W SwMaey I am a canidate for POSTED lag W Hill W SFerp Mrs P D Gill B L Kelley ice Kentucky Job 2T 1 CASTORIA Blue grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line and Ornamental Trees L Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs and Small fruits We have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to HILLENMBYBE SONS JVl K Denny ot Fruit iI HF If Rhubarb DENTIST Once over Herndona jewelry store11 NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC PRI MARY ELECTION The Democratic voters of Garrard county are hereby notified that a Prim ary Election will be held by order of the Democratic County Committee in pursuance to the resolutions adopted by said Committee and under the Primary Election law in the following manner towit primary election will be held in each and every voting precinct throughout Garrard County Kentucky between the hours of six oclock A M and 4 oclock P M standard time on Saturday the twentyfifth day of May 1907 under and pursuant to the pri mary election law of the State of and under and pursuant to the regulations adopted by the Demo cratic County Committee as herein set out for the purpose of nominating a Democratic Candidate for represen tative for Garrard County Ky in the General Assembly of Kentucky to be voted for at the general State Election to be held in November 1907 said Primary election any known Democrat who is a legal voter in the Precinct where he offers to vote on the day thereof or who will be a legal voter in said precinct at the regular November election 1907 shall be entitled to vote Third The officers required to hold said election shall be appointed by the Democratic County Committee for Garrard County Ky and shall be divid ed as nearly equally as possible as to Judgesclerks and Sheriffs among the various candidates and where the candidatesshall furnish a list of names for election officers as they are entitl ed to do by law the said election officers shall be selected from said lists and said lists shall be furnished by said candidates not less than days before the date of said primary election The election officers when appointed snail be notified by the secretary of the County Committee and requested to serve Each can didate in said primary election shall be entitled to a challenger and inspector and the person may act as both challenger and inspec tor and the name of such challenger or inspector shall be submitted to the said Committee or the Chairman thereof and his appointment certified by said Chairman and the certificate of the Chairman of his selection shall entitle such challenger or inspector to to admission to said voting Precincts Fourth Said Primary election shall be held in all respects as required by law for the holding of Primary elec Lions and a uniform ballot shall be us ed in every Precinct The precinct ballot boxes and all returns shall be made to the chairman of the County Committee at the In Lancaster Kentucky within the time required by law and on the I FirstA j SecondIn I I J same I Kentucky Court- House 1I next day thereafter the County Com munity shall meet at the Court House and canvass the returns and certify the name of the successful candidate to the proper officer to be placed under the Democratic device of the Demo cratic party on the ballot at the gen eral November election 1907 The precinct election officers shall make returns to the Chairman of the County Committee the ballots shall be preserved in the boxes which shall be locked and one key kept by one Judge and the other key by another Judge but in case the candidates have furnished lists from which the officers have been selected the Judges hold ing the keys must have been taken from different lists Democrat who is legal ly qualified to hold said office desiring to become a candidate before said Pri mary election and to have his name printed on the ballot for said election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of May 10th 1907 deposit with the chairman of secretary of said Commit tee the sum of Fifty dollars for the purpose of defraying the expenses of said Primary election and such deposit shall constitute notice to the of the desire o f such candidate to have his name punt ed said ballot for said election In the event there is a surplus remaining from thE amounts so deposited it shall be returned to said candidates and in the event there is a deficit said candi dates in said primary shall be assessed pro rata to make up said deficit the event no more than one candidate shall have qualified as herein set out and made said deposit of Fifty dollars within the time said committee shall meet and declare such candidate to the nominee of the Democratic office for said office and the amount so paid shall be re turned by him The order on the gal lot in which the names of the candi dates shall be printed shall be by lot in the presence of the candidate at the time of such drawing of which time and place each of such candidates shall be given reas onable notice to be present Seventh It is ordered that notice of said primary election be posted and advertised as required by law By order of the Democratic County Committee for Garrard County Ken tucky this the 9th day of March 1907 O B Swinebroad Secy A copy Attest G B Swinebroad Secy Dem County Comtee COLONEL This fine thoroughbred Jersey Bull will stand at my farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at i the Season with return privilege Money due when service rendered E F PIERCE I J FifthAny Committee SixthIn required then wGtlnnthCh irmc C tXG I determined 1 Deatn Claims a Noqie Life Hon frequently of late has God been reminding us of the shortness and the uncertainty of life The old the mid die aged the young are alike being summoned an ahl in what rapid One by one they are gathering home Such was the case when on Friday afternoon March 8th Robert Long of Lancaster Kentucky the summons of the death acgel and passed from his earthly home to the home of his Savior Death is sad at all times It is sad even in sad even in old age when weary limbs lay down forever but to be cut down in the mid die of life is sadder still His illness occasioned by appendicitis was very brief and though his family and friends are stricken with grief they have the consolation of knowing that their loved one as he clung to the hand of Jesus was led gently and safe ly home Deceased was a loving and devoted father and huoband add in home as in all places he was always the same generous hearted man The remains were interred in Lancasters beautiful city of the dead Saturday afternoon at two oclock We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family God bless an comfort their bleeding hearts and ma they remember that all things work together for good to them that love God Mary Bernice Ilamm Afflicted Wita Rheumatism I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington Territory but thanks to Cham barlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the best of liniments If trouble with rheu matism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by R D McRoberts The reliable Druggist of Lancaster 1m 1 I succession answered jolly I Indian SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY TfelfiCWnB tyres awmUt srf wurend with MT Brftle M 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CURE Sold to DrujiSists LMJallllII1JMAmII Deans SS Co Columbus 0 err riotFeel Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings KILL THE Tllw NSUMPTION US OUGHS sad Me Free Trial lIS and Quickest for all OAT and LUNG TBOUB Core or OBEY BAOJt 1 31l- r t 8 J I Lost on Friday afternoon March 15 on the old road leadidg from Lancaster to Danville a buggy rug black on one side with red and golden colored flow ers on the other Finder will please leave it at W A Arnolds livery and ifany charges 1 will pay same 2t Dud Cowan Notice to Stock Owners All parties standing horses or jacks in the city of Lancaster will take no tice that there is a law requiring license to be taken out for same and said license must be paid to the city clerk This March 5 1907 C W West city clerk t The Richmond Business College has calls for eleven more graduates at 40 to 100 per month and wants twentv five bright diligent students to for good positions Positions guaranteed Enter immediately School recommended by graduates Write fur information 3t The firm of Romans Elmore has been dissolved by mutal consent Mr J W Elmore retiring AH parties indebted to the firm will please come forward and settle at once as the business of the firm must be wound up without delay W J Romans 38tf J W Elmore LOOK Chickens 8 13 cents Each Why fool with setting hens or In cuoators three weeks When W E Moss Phone 181F will furnish you chickens from his thoroughbred Bar red Rocks for 8 cents each or hatch your eggs for cents each Barred Rock eggs 300 per 100 Pekin Duck eggs 5 00 per 100 Bronze Turkey eggs 25c each All these are thoroughbred stock Give me your you will receive fair treatment and bargains Agt for Incubators poultry feed sup plies and etc man GRADE COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Office near depot CASTORIAT r lafaatc aai Ckilino 1 prepare Notice I 5 order and I EAZLEY De Allays IIIpt good AUSTIN Iii YNt Bears the Signature of l No Case of Pneumonia on Record There is no case on of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble after FOLEYS and TAR had been taken It stops the heals the lungs and pre vents serious results from a cold Do not take chances on a cold wearing away o experiment with some preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine AStMraMifarTifM following letter from A J Nus baum of Batesrfllc lad tells its ewa story I suffered for three movtbswkfc a severe cold A druggist prepared at I them tried Foleys Mosey Tar aid eight cured Be Three saes 2Sc SOc JlfltThe 50 cent slue contains torn r tiehalf times as much For sale by C C T E Stones I record serious HONEY coughand TIle prescribed as sm lOaD unknown hull l and ttae snag sandslit rEcs ITI rtdkhtrlsFhgi t r