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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f r2- EIGHTBENTII 3XA THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 26 itiOT We have in stock a complete line of a I FarmingMachinery 9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ATKO n on tlOd C eo Lii r Fniitrs moo 1 Land Rollers Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Champion Mowers Chattanaoga Plows Champion Hay Rakes Superior Wheat Dirlls Kentucky Wheat Drills Superior Corn Drills 1 horse Genuine Yalta Single Shovel Plows Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows Black Hawh Corn Planters 2liorse Genuine Brown Manly Riding Genuine Brown Manly Walking Cul Cultivator a if CashWalter Wood Mower35 Buggies Buggies You must see our Buggies to admire and use them to appreciate their lasting quality and comfortable rid ing We make the assersion and hope to keep it ringing in your ears that we are offering you the best BUGGIESa- nd more admirabie points in a for the money than any one And invite you to inspect line of HARNESSw- ill convince you that we are giving bargains so dont be satisfied until you see our goods Conn Bros 1 HASELDEN BROS l1Llll ll1l11 jl I A1Ljl li 4AlA Al l 1 lt l Buggies II them Our V a r- r 1 i t I Jur- 5 JJlJUJ fri 1t buggy I Herndon Ben D Herndon t HERNDON Attorneys At Law Huckster Kentucky Once over Stormea drug store IONTERN rl I Undertak- erI Cavity fMal OSee on Danville Street flPsuisSUIuI1ISSu11SSSS1ItShSSIhl t I L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Courtroom Prompt attention to business R taw FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK 1 IIIJlIIIIIIIIIII ill III IIIIU IIJJIIIIIUIUIIII IIIIIII IIIIIIIII 1 Bill Ilumber who escaped from Garrard county jail spine days ago been returned to prison of Simpson who escapee at the same time The skating rink is talcing the country Nearly every town in this section is supporting a tine rink Se eral Lancaster capitalists have the fever and one may be erected here Old Fiedlers Contest The old fiddlers contest drew a large i crowd to the Court House Mont nizht all were highly entertained The first prize was given to Manforc Murphy the second to Crutch field and the third to Abe Martin The Famous Robinson Shows with their train of 21 SO feet steel palac cars 12 tended exhibitions and 4 tree acts has been engaged for the week April 29 to furnish a part o the amusement program of the Depts free street fair and jubilee ii Nicholasville Indication point to ai enormous county and city turn out Be there to Hike r Cood Court Day Although Monday was a good day for the farmers to do much work at home yet a large number of them came to town and the day was a good one in a business way The annual horse show drew the crowd and it f t considered the best in recent years Many fine animals were on exhibition and the show was greatly enjjyed It was said that more tine horses were shown than have been here in many years which goes to show the interest being taken in the horse raising incus try A Large Sale Rue Curry real estate agents o Harrodsburg Ky sold Friday for Isaac Scott his farm of about 330 acres on the Lexington pike two miles from Ilarrodsburg Ky to Judge John W Hughes f r 30000 and for John W Hughes his dwelling and farm acres in the Western suburbs ol Harrodsburg to Isaac Scott for 811 500 Possession in both cases January 1st HIllS Tljoy also sold for George C Rue of Perry ville his house and lot in liar rortsburg to Howard OConnor for 81300 cash Advertisers and newspaper patrons in general should notice that under the new laws papers are debarred from publishing news or advertise ments about lotteries or of kind whether conducted by merch ants or individuals This includes news as to prize winners or any thing relating to the drawings Pa pers publishing such forbidden mat ter are liable held up in the mails and prosecuted The new statue is broad and sweeping in its pro visions It was passed by the last Crab Orchard Fair to Be on Juiy and 12th The stockholders of the Crab Or chard Fair at their meeting April 13th elected the following board of directors for the ensuing year J W Guest R II Bronaugh W A Brooks A C Dunn J C Bally P Parrish J H Holdman W L Birch and Morris Perkins The board then met and elected the following officers J W Guest Pres W A Brooks 1st Vice Pres W 11 Shanks 2nd Vice Pres Wm Burton 3rd Vice Pres R II Bronaugh Secy and J C Baily Treasr July K 11 12Ui 1907 were the dates selected for holding the fair Anderson News of the death of Mrs Elvina Anderson which occured Friday was a great shock to the many friends of the family in Garrard and adjoining counties She was the widow of the late Anderson and was a of one of the largest and most pro minent families in Garrard county Mrs Anderson was in her eightythird year and had been in poor health for some time She was the motherof Mesdames Joe H Arnold Thumps Arnold E W Morrow Bettie and Mr Ralph Anderson She was a member of the Christian church and a woman whose many acts of kindness will live long in the memory of those wlo knew her The funeral was held Saturday afternoon conducted by Etc P M Tinder the interment taking place at the old Anderson burying near the home of Mr Clay Sut ton on Lexington pike JUT HEBRON Mrs John Vanderpool is on tnesick listMiss Una Montgomery of Beuna Vista was with home folks Sunday Messrs Harrison Dean and Isaac Montgomey were iu Jessamine Miss A D Scott spent of last week with Mrs J A Clark near Dan yule Messrs Irvin and Joe Duncan were with friends at Pink Jessamine coca tvSundayMr Mrs Timothy Ford are rejoic ing over the arrival baby girlchris tened Fanny Mr Herbert Lawson of Bryantsville was with his uncle Mr Elgan Saturday Miss Etta Sayre a trained nurse of Harrodsburg came Sunday to nurse Mr Isaac Montgomery who is very ill with typhoid fever Stolen From my home in upp r Garrard on Thursday night April 18th a Mack and white hound puppy about four weeks old W ill pay for inform tlon leading to his recovery E H Walker I the has othinl has ben heard Mrs big entire five of 80 raffles an also to be congress 1011 Clayton member Land ram round Sunday apart ofa Montgomery craze atom The Butter Plan It is very gratifying to see our men and farmers taking stock in the Creamery It is very important that this maUer should he attended puce as delay may mean the loss to the town of this industry which will bring money into the community and be of untold benefit to our men and farmers A number of our more enterprising men have taken stock and it now looks like the proposi thin is a certainty One of the great est secrets of successful farming is the selling of articles that do not tend to impoverish the land As our readers are well aware dairy farming builds up the land A recent official report on the butter industry in Iowa says The Creamery and Dairy of Iowa has had a history during the past half decade that amounts to a revolution It is estimated that 55oOO000 pounds of butter are made and consumed in the state an nually and that the total production is 140000000 pounds having an aggre gate value of 28000000 Twentysix counties shipped 50 per cent of the 55889260 pounds of butter exported by Iowa last year One county Wood buy produced butter to the value of 5148910 in 1905 Clemans Rural the dairymen forget the important between dairying and fertility as compared with other branches of and livestock husbandry I wish to to call attention to some figures recent ly made puolic by the Ohio experiment station According to these figures when a man sells 2 worth of straw from his farm he sells as much fer tility that is removes it from the farm as he would sell in 80 worth of butter When he sells 18 worth of oats he moves as much fertility from his farm as he would in selling 325 worth of cream In selling S2G worth of wheat at SOc per bushel he loses as much as though he had sold 290 worth of creamSome people will believe an like this when you are selling grain or hay from the farm but they say that there is very little difference in the effect upon fertility whether you keep cows or fatten steers or hogs or in fact practice any branch of live husbandry The Ohio experiment station however is authority for that when a man sells 100 worth of beef at 5c per pound he removes as much fertility as he would in selling selling S500 worth of butter also that when he sells 8100 worth of pork at fc per pound he sells as much fertility as he would if he sold 300 worth of cream As a matter of fact in dairy ing in the selling of butter or cream very little fertility is removed from the farm It is estimated that in a ton of butter no more than SOc worth of plant food is removed from the farm and if the butter was clean and pure there would be none removed During week of April 29th all roads will lead to Xicholasville and all Nich oiasville to the jubilee grounds main street The committee under whose auspices the grand celebration will be held have left nothing undone to make the event the greatest and grandest JfieholasvHle has ever Program Eighth District Christian Endeavor Union Pleasant Grove Church Garrard County Ky Saturday April zjtli 1907 930 Devotional exercises by Presbyterian Society Dan ville 1000 Words of Welcome Presi dent Pleasant Grove Society 1005 Response In behalf of the Societies of the district President of the District 1015 Repeating the Pledge in the sign language Kentucky School for the Deaf C E Society 1020 Christian Endeavors Spirit Christian Society Dan Mlle 1030 How to get the most out of the Endeavor Prayer meeting Eld C W Daniels Huston ville 1040 Christian Endeavors atti tude toward the Liquor traffic Rev C C Brown Presbyterian Society 1050 What has the Money ques to do with Endeavor Work Mr James Meisburg Harrodsburg 1110 The importance of Junior work Miss Alice Burgin Burgin 1120 Report of Societies 1130 Appointmentof Committees 1200 Adjournment Noon 130 Praise Service Eld F M Tin der Christian Society Lancaster 145 Open Parliament General Dis cussion and report of Committes 200 Does Christian Endeavor stand for Civic Righteousness Rev Yandle Stanford 230 The Field Homer W Field C E Secretary for Lexington 3 Mizpab E Societies are requested to send dellgates Alice Hudson Frisbie District Secretary business I I business Industry almost WorldLest relation farming argument saying selling absolutely selected experienced Conducted Missionary Lancaster Carpenter Kentucky All C tat ion A NOVEL INVENTION Danville Gentleman Invents Musical Instrument Which will Bring Him Fame and Many Dollars While in Danville Friday the Edi tor of The Record dropped in to see his good friend Mr A E Gibbons the wall paper merchant and during the conversation we learned of an inven Lion he has just perfected which will not only bring fame but many the clever gentleman When the big orchestnan was placed in the skat ing rink just opened in Danville Mr Gibbons was greatly interested in the machine and carefully watched the putting in place of every part of the big instrument Realizing what a drawing card such an instrument i he at once set to work to think out something on the same order which would outclass the mechanical piano Mr Gibbous as his friends are aware is a great financier of cats and raises two or three different breeds iu which he takes great pride He has given much attention to the voices of the different felines and being blessed with a good ear has on several occasions gotten together a number of his pets which would make a perfect chord when begging for food He has now completed machine made with a key board like that of a piano To these are attached levers with extend back into a regular piano case Here he has arranged a row of cats ranging from an immense old Tom down to a small kitten The rods are attached to grippers which are fastened to the cats tails Upon press jug the keys upon the piano key board these levers pinch the tails of the cats and as they are perfectly arranged the cries of the certain cats make the perfect chord He has not yet been able to play very fast music as the cats have not yet become accustomed to their duties but they will soon learn what is expected of them and it will only require a slight touch of the key to make kitty give forth the meow wanted Each cat is placed in a seperate box thus preventing their becoming engaged in a tight when music is played which requires much use of the levers upon certain cats The felines are only placed in their boxes and the instrument used once or twice a day as Mr Gibbons is very fond of them and will not allow them to be mistreated He had much trouble in securing cats with voices which would harmonize perfectly but was assisted by Mr W C Price whose ear was of great assistance A patent will be obtained on the machine and it will likely be taken to some of the large cities where exhibitions will be made dollars- to I fur harmony a I r I i skilled I aatyrr a Habit will show you the right thing in I 1 Good inulin I I We are confident you I I Newest I I CDlDrea Wash Fabrics I I Madras Chambray Batiste Swiss 1 Challies Lawns Silks Or gandies and Voiles I See our line of M e iet In The Of Visitin9 The Joseph Mercdntile Co Incorporated a We SKIRT STYLES underwear Attractively Priced If your I Spring 6arpot or Rug is yet to be bought come in and let us show you our line of interesting Spring SLIPPERSI and HOSIERY THE Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporated I I I rIYMMfIYYMwMMN See Our Swell Line Of LADIES OXFORDS Ideal Pat Kid OXFORDS and PUMPS IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES Also showing a nice line of Ox fords in White Pink and Blue Canvas at Popular Prices Florsheim Walk And OXFORDS for MEN H TV LOGAN II I t Ov- erShoes Cheerful l I I C I J 41 Why rot Make Home L j r uGr i aYi i w1 G f fwW- i y rr i carry at an times need les for all makes of Disc I Call and be convinced We Machines You can very EASILY and with very little COST do this with CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubri j Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster yt as SecondClass Mail Matter j BUCKEYE Mrs Dan Ray is improving Mrs Doc Simpson is still very ill Mrs Pete Humphry is still very ill Mrs the sick list Mr Ed Chandler and wife visited her sister Monday Thelma Simpson visited her Sunday Mrs Irvine Simpson visited Mrs Wes ly Simpson Wednesday Mrs George Hendron visited Mrs Doc Simpson Wednesday TONE Mr Wm Fain visited home folks last SundayMr Lein Cobb visited Mr and Mrs Wm Fain last Sunday Littie Miss Lovie Cloyse visited Miss Willie Miels Ray last Sunday Mrs Ludia Humes and baby visited Mrs T H Green last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Lenn Teater are over the arrival of a little girl Sunday school is now in progress at this place everybody is invited to attend Come and let us have a good Sunday school Mr Charly Mitchel and Miss Nellie Preston were quitely married at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Fain last Thursday evening Rev S W Tompson performed the wedding ceremony We extend comgratulation to the happy couple BOURNE Mr Lilbern Ray who has been quite sick is reported better James Bratton sold a horse court day to J M Clark price 145 00 Wm Duncan sold a nice bunch of shoats to Will Onstott for 7500 Master Thomas Morford spent a part of last week with relatives in Danville Miss Bertha Hamm is visiting Miss Amanda Joseph at Marksbury this weekMr and Mrs Theodore Dunn of Buena Vista were visiting at W P Nelsons SundayMr Fletcher and wife of Nich olasville spent Sunday at Mr L H BrownsMessrs Will Bourne and Homer Jacobs of NiDholasville were visitors here Sunday Miss Rovesta Turner was visiting her cousin Miss Lucile Marsee at Marks bury Saturday and Sunday The Price of Health The price of health in a malarious district is just 25 cents the cost ofa box of Di Kings New Life writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pill cleanse gently and impart new life and the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed Me druggist Rasie Teater is on grandfather I rejoicing f Pills1 vJgorto tiRERoberta v rY v sa i Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by spidder bite John Washington of Bos quevelle Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded to try Buck lens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four box es healed all thesores 25c Guaranteed at R E McRoberts druggist WALLACETON Rev Smiths brother is visiting him Mr John Allens mother visited him last week Mr Willie Weaver and bride leave this week for Illinois Miss Sudie Owen is visiting her sis ters is Berea and Richmond Miss Mary Bowlin came from Paint Lick Sunday to attend church and visit homefolksRev Smith filled his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church Satur day and Sunday Mr McNew is improving having had no hemorrhage for a and his physician thinks he may recover Mrs Margaret Kirby daughter and son left Wednesday to join Mr Kirby in Illinois where they expect to remain some time Mr Ben Mitchel is keeping batch in their house during their absence IMPORTANT NOTICE Rules adopted May 13 1898 These rules will be enforced In order that the benefit of the Lancaster Graded Common School may be extended only to those entitled to same by the terms of the law following rules are hereby following children are en titled to free tution in the Lancaster Graded Common School First Those who are of legal school age and have a legal residence in the school district The legal residence of pupils is with their parent or If neither parent is living then their legal residence may be with their guardian or guardians whose le gal residence is within the District Second Children not entitled to free tuition may be admitted to the school on payment in advance of at such rates as may from time to time be fixed by the Board of Trustees Pupils not entitled to free tuition will not be received by the Principal into the school unless evidence is produced to him that tuition has been paid in advance for the time for which the pupil is entered or on the order in writing of the Board of Trustees enter ed on their record book A certified copy of such order presented to the Principal will be authority to him for the admission of a pupil or pupils named therein No children under school age will be admitted at A copy attest tf J B Kinnsutd r w ek adoptedOnly parents tuition I anytime i Sect I No wille in Celit Kentucky I I Cl n on jio ta el lt mPnt of records to select from ti i hrt e The Edison Phonograph I I Mchire ranging front 1000 to 15000 constantly on hand A Card or Telephone C- aUInoes carry large variety morn ing glory Brass Linenoid Horns We All that is necessary for you to hear one at your house Hear one played and you would not be with out A ulfand complete line of Watches Clocks Stick Pins Shirt Waist Sets Lockets Fobs Etc I i H zx All grades and designs of I I Instruments at reasonable prices A Beautiful Line of BRACELETS Just In Standard and Excelsior sewing machines ahvays please I Pianos andPresents suitable for Commencement Weddings or Birthdays High Grade Sewing Machines Baldwin OrgansH E S Ii O 1TT aL irE H 1 T D tA1 oI1W 1SEEDClover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass Ca L and clipped seed oats just received I The best grades at the Ilowest prices Ship Stuff and Mixed Peed We Iare in the market at aU times for Corn and Hay BANKS Ir r wr r IIW l IJ II oarecleaned northern CQT1 I bHIHDCorn Oats Hay HUDSON Buggies OLD HICKORY WAGONS Wire Fence Buggy Harness All Kinds of Plow Gear Steam nd Gasoline Engines W J ROMANS I I II iiiIi V t = Lancaster Ky April 26 1906 The bill to equalize the salaries of men and women teachers in New York city has passed the upper house of the state legislature by a vote of 45 to 1 and the women are much elated A wide discrimination is now made be tween the pay of men and women the same work in the schools and the latter are making a strong fight against the injustice The men have fought the measure bitterly and the opposition has probably done as much as anything else to aid the womens cause The unfairness of the situation was thus brought into relief A Virgina boy on his way west to hunt buffalo and fight Indians was caught in Kansas City and returned to his home going back much grieved because he had not succeeded in get ting across the river face tions person had told him he could find both the objects of his search Smiles must come to grown ups over such incidents but who of these worldworn persons does not after all think with a little secret envy of the imagination and faith that make such visions pos sible to confiding youth After many years of experience the public has learned that all is not lost after experts have announced that all the crops are killed It has been found that when harvest comes vegetables and fruits in sufficient quantities stet into the market from somewhere just now universal gloom does not prevail on account of the re cent frosts The is unanimously for world peace but reserves the right to Indulge in family rows To these ladies to conduct their efforts harmoniously is unreasonable They would never have any fun at all in such case The polecat says the United States department of agriculture destroys grasshoppers and should be cultivated by farmers Kentucky farmers this do not know whether to be happy or not I doing teachers greater wheresome I DAB v Consequently reading Y Lancaster Kentucky RARE BARGAINS in WALL PAPER We have the largest line and the newest styles of Wfllili ever shown in this State now on exhibition at our parlors Call early and make your selections and have your work done by ex pert decoratorsThe is always the Cheapest LOWETBROSIPAINT Has been used in this county for fifteen years and has always given perfect satisfaction A E GIBBONS 306 Main street DANVILLE KY Nowr Complete Our Spring goods are now in we ask you to come and see them as we have all the newest things for Mens wear New lino of Wilson Bros Shirts TIES and HOSIERY just received Do not fail to see our Stetson Low Cuts and Shoes flemphill West s z g I HI fi u H c Z c J I 1 I II Is l i f r r aar tr X A plfiaS pixpn r r l 4tr Mal a wwr a it is t PAPEfl g x u ar a ri- z A a rYrvvrYrrwriwarYwrp W 2 i rand i I r 1 Copyright 1907 by 3 MarxHart Schaffuer iJSrI nJ J rab J8 Iif I to We appreciate deeply tne many compliments passed on our display of MILLINERY oa Opening Diy and feel greatly encouraged by the large number of Hats sold call your especial attention to the fact that New Goods will arrive Constantly and you will not be asked lo select from picked over stock Alexander Walker Spring Announcement Our Spring and Summer is and we extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect same NEW GOODS always on hand to select from MRS ADA KINNAIRD E L Woods PresL W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED c Ve I Millinery I II II i I i r HIts i i arriving r Cashi- erS We offer you fair with every that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I I I accommodation Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Personal Judge R A Burnside was at home Sunday Joe Haselden is at home again from Cincinnati Louis Burnside returned to Monday Mr W S Ferguson of Covington was here for a few days Mrs Lottie Lanie of Livingston has been with friends here Mr Charles Collier of Middlesboro was a visitor here this week Mrs Ophelia Dunn has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mrs n C Jennings is visiting her sister Mrs Frazee in Maysville Miss Pearl Conner of Bardstown is the Miss Virginia Goodloe Stephen Walker has accepted a posi tion in the Haselden Hardware Store Mrs Addie Sebastian is in the visiting her daughter Mrs Doc LeeCol L F Hubble of Hockcastle Springs has been in town for a few daysMisses Margaret and Joan Mount were shoppers in Danville the past weekMiss Lamah Ellis of Georgetown College was at home Saturday and SundayMiss Lucv Francis of Paint has been with her sister Mrs Saulley HughesMrs G Kemper and Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick were here shopping Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has been visiting Mrs George Robinson avenue Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason of Ky were visiting Mr Robert Cox and family last week Miss Nannie Hare of Nicholasville is the guest of her sister Mrs Me Clelland Johnston Miss Pattie Walker of Buckeyehas been visiting Mrand Mrs Alex Walker Richmond avenue Mr William Lackey and family of McCreary visited the family of Judge R A Burnside Sunday Mr Will Poor and sister and Miss Margaret Askins of Buena Vista were recent visitors here The many friends of Mr Jacob j I I I LOUi- Sville I I I I guest of I I country l Lick- i i Friday I Salvisa I I Lexington Joseph are glad to hear that he has re covered from his recent illness Miss Bettie Anderson has returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs W R Marrs of Knoxyille Tenn Mr Fred Cook of Stanford was the guest of T K Watson at the Simpson house from Saturday till Monday Ed Walton the clever and popular editor of the Interior Journal was here Monday and paid this oflice a highlyappreciated call Lexington Leader Mrs Owsley and Miss Anderson of Garrard county came to day for a short visit with Mrs W T Browing on Walton Avenue Mrs J D White of Memphis Tenn is the guest of her neice Mrs J E Rob inson Mrs White was Juliet Hoskins and will be remembered by many friendsMiss Wilson of Richmond rendered a beautiful solo at the Chris tiara church Sunday morning Her voice is very fine and she has a great musical talent Lexington Herald M i s s Aleene Bourne of Lancaster who has been spending two weeks with Miss Ethel Whneler will leave the first of this week for her home Danville News Mrs Robert liar ding had the misfortune to break her arm Thursday afternoon while skat lug in the room of MrsOvven McIntyre at the Clemens House Her host of friends In this city will wish for her a speedy recovery Mr Alex Francis youngest son of Mrs Edna K Francis of this city was married to Miss Sybil May Clemens of Rolling Fork Miss last Wednesday The young couple are with his mother and will be extensively entertained by Lancaster relatives Francis has a good position at Rolling Fork Stanford Beulah Car son is with Lancaster friends Dr W C Webb of Lexington has been visiting his friend Mr M F Rout in Garrard Miss Eula Totten has re turned from a visit to Garrard county relatives Miss Cordia Ray returned with Miss Totten and is her guest Prof M D Hughes and Mr J R Mount of Lancaster were over to see Mr II J McRoberts Sunday Mr Mount is a candidate for Representative of Gar card and is well satisfied with his prospects of winning the nomination Messrs W G Gooch and J 0 Bogie of Garrard were here Saturday The latter gentleman is a candidate for tne democratic nomination for and he has a number of friends in this county who hope he will win M r JournalMiss I I Representative Phnumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that 1 coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumption e e in e d inevitable until my husband brought home a bot tie of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utter ly fail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real remedy Guaranteed by R E McRoberts drug gist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free BEUNA VISTA Mr Henry Preston o Lexington is visiting relatives here Mesdames Sue Dickson and Rena Vona of Burgin were here Sunday Miss Irene who is at State Collge spent Saturday and Sunday at home Will Spilman and wife of Burgin spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Spilman Misses Brown and Gibbs of Lancas ter were guests of Miss Cora Poor Joe Hamilton and family spent a few days last week with relatives in Mercer countyMrs W T King is with her aunt Mrs Wainscott of Richmond who is quite ill Mr Gea Parson and wife of Lexing ton spent Sunday with Mrs Parsons aunt Mrs Gus Scott Mr Sam Newton of Burgin chui ch here Sunday and dined with his neice Mrs Pryor Last Wednesday morning Tollie Preston and Miss Annie Grimes stole a march on their friends drove to Nich olasville when they were united in marriageAn quarterly meeting was held at Browns Chapel Saturday The visiting brethern were Mr Hum phry of Buckeye Messrs Fain of Jessamine county Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining daily Best of all tonic medicines Guaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist nOir I I I Benkett and Sunday attended NEW DEPENDABLE GOODSAT Smith Herrings I Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords all shapes and styles I Ir Made By 1 Eclipse and Hannan SHOES and an Emery SHIRT If so you are well and Comfortably Dressed and have the Best Fitting and Best Tailored CLOTHES on Earth WHITE ELEPHANT STORE WJ J I lID D Un I I7 I I Im 11JI1iI11J II II I iI S I mi j You Wearing C1fhinAre HART MARX 9 CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 800000 DIWKOTORS M COY R G GUYN ARNOLD J S BURROWS J WOODS E L J W C FISH WOODS R L IIJ B II l We have the New Styles to show you and our qualities are right See our new goods Let us take you measure for Tailor made Suit which costs you no more than the ordi nary Handmedown and can have them like you want em r 1a0 0J Genuine I Brown IThe a that p Cultivator o is Sole agents for Page and American Fence MOUNT ELKIN Tune For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linoliura Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for Boys and Girls from 3 to 16 years oM Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures J C ROBINSON A 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cures JHarrlioaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation arid Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend j t r Pifr 1 iii t f 1t yy i rt N J r t i z 1 iW 1 a 1 i p 0011 4 WiI 1 Ai tlt f1l 11 e fi 8 sitJ ill r sanal Olie to but gorc ts age PanaceaThe 3j4 iLT EY i c- pr 4 c pii c snpervLclon SAllowno giving IICENUINE CASTOR A days of old when knights were bold in dress as well as gallantry they missed a lot of clothes com fort Many kings would have reigned happier if they could have had KAN7BE BEAT clothes lab f ALWAYS sears the Signature of rue M You Have Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUK COUCPATiY MURRAY STREET New YORK CITY Always 7 2l 5t 7 f The satisfaction of being sensibly dressed the reward of getting into a suit bearing the label KAN7BEBEAT KANTBEBEAT means QuaiityFitStyleService No difference whether you short fat or slim yoaH find a KANTBEBEAT that will fit you superior to socalled tailormade Yc5iTi Jlnd them a- tE S Brown Millinery New York and Paris Patterns Beautiful Tailored Hats to Wear for Ladies Milan Sailors for Children styles and prices to suit all have an u to date and experienced trimmer who will take pleasure in waiting on you Calland see us before buying elsewhere As Spring approaches naturally think and beautifying your home The most beautiful themost lasting and most economical point you can use is Rainbow Paint We have sold Rainbow Paint for the past seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an ab solute guarantee that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a guarantee We handle everything in the paint FRISBIES DRUG STORE fIT s arelong Millinery Ready We I you ofrepairing I I I I I I I I I Bro line 2 s- lttil 7 his trade OUR BUSINESS IS SELLING PAINT Everyone We know what to look for and what to look out for Its likely you dont Thats where well help you Weve experimented our experience will save you trouble and annoyance When we tell you PAINTS FOR ALL KINDS OF GOOD PAINTING are the best paints for anything paintable you may depend upon it Let us show you color cards SOLD BY j oIfcol eiFis Store THE Thug SHERWIN WILLIAMS 4 Business Items Mothers Bread at 2t Oiim t f QSalt rihinr bread it Dwiilsois 2t liuujry paiitiny at Conn Bros Phone 181 for any thing in groceries All kind of pumps at COlin Bros Stone lined Refrigerators at Highest market price paid for cou1 try produce Gill Walker Siuipson For sale Rood baled hay at 70c bale Turners Grocery The best lit eof Refrigerators ever in town at Mouiiu Elkin 2t Will have county court day Russell county Urazillian Seed Sweet putalos II M Ballcu Our Motto Prompt Delivery 21 Gill Walker Simpson Please return our Stretchers or us you have them Mount Elkin Call at Turners Grocery and get your Granite ware at lowest prices Brown Cultivators Mount Elkin For sale a new up right piano half price II M Ballou Genuine Brown Riding Walking cu tivators Mount Elkin Your neighbor will tell you Genuine Brown Riding Cultivators Watch for the white horse and your orders 2t Gill Walker Simpson Vegetable Plants For sale at the Lancaster Greenhouse Richmond stand raid road crossing White Mountain Refrigerators at 2fc Mount Elkin We have the famous brando canned goods Everybody knows what they are WH Ward Call at S D Turners Grocery and set best Shredded Kraut 20a per Ial 2t that leaking roof stopped and repaired by a n n one and the guttering put up by Conn Bros tf For Sale For Sale a phaeton buggy good as new is 1 M Logan Highest cash for all Produce at Grocery Depot street successor to New Garrard Grocery Co Phone 146 2t Shirts Collars Ties Summer under wear sock supporters gloves socks and in fact a pretty nice little line of dry goods and furnishings at Wards Grocery 2t Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated seed Address Wm Gooch Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 171A tf For goodness sake eat Mothers Bread Sold by L G Davidson Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 1 00 for tit teen Mrs 7 Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick 1Juue Fresh lish at Turners Grocery every week at lie per pound We have Mie best seed sweet potatoes in town and the price is right 2t WII Ward 1S5S Dollar worth 82000 Watch dates on every coin you handle Send Ten Cents Coin Value B jok E George W Elson Springville New York 3t Wanted a mai to sell and erect the Potts Lever Drive in Garrard county Call on or address 0 W Potts 419 4t Teatersville Ky Embroidery Eyelet or French Embroidery shirt waist sets Lace insertion Wallachian embroidery Call and see our patterns Stamping done promptly Mrs J S Kendrick 4th and Walnut sts Dan yule 2t Fine Eggs My pen of Barred Plymouth Rocks bred pure for twentyfive years are now mated with a cockrel from the pens of A C Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish a few settings of eggs at 1 for 15 W II Wherritt tf L G Botkins Paris Ky Says My wife gave her turkeys Bourbon Poul try Cure when they were dying with the cholera and it soon cured them Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Notice to Trustees The census blanks for the examina tion of children of school age can be had by calling at Co Supts office on Saturday or at ollice of the County Clerk The law requires this report to be tiled at the Co Supts office on or before the lirst dav of May tf T F Canon Avon Ky says I have used Bourbon will say it cured my hogs of a very bad case of cholera Several of these hogs could not eat and 1 had to drench them with the medicine Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the FtfJLJ Signature of C4uzJe7 KILL THE COUCHe- D CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery I I D W SOl I lee as iotJT1 v 2t I I I IIors Bro trI 2t 2 a I tell 21 at the save onley lIon Turners hemp For Sale 2t I and I I WITH ehsls EiJn linite it i9Elkiii I Lancaster OUCHS OLDS PRICE SOc 100 Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOTOE OR MONEY BEPUNDED i AUST1NBEIMY GRADE Sand and Brick Orders delivered promotly Satisfac tion guaranteed Office near depot Poultry Rasing Pays Farmers are coining to realize that poultry raising is one of tOe best pay ing lines in his business Statistics snow that the eggs sold alone pays him more money than the output of either corn or wheat Now is the time of year to FeedYourFowls a Good Ton ic Remember that only healthy hens lay 4 11 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gaps and Limberneck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 3 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once j a day Price 50 Cents Guaranteed by your druggist R E McRoberts Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep cases as it cures after all else fails 4 1 lyr C 0RIGII ALI I i 1 seated eating Hughes LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property Throughout Central Kentucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Kentucky Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for sale and exchange We are the original real estate dealers in Garrara County and our advertising places us in touch with prospective and also en ables us to handle property at a small commission If you really want to make a quick sale of your property see us Jf vou want to buy we nave what the purchaser wants We have no excess contracts the ovrners price is our price A word as to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better class of citizens are found than in Lancaster and Garrard Countv There are Banks in the County iJ of them in Lancaster school facilities the best the best graded School m the State is in Lancaster the best system of waterworks and electric lights headquarters for the IJastln Telephone Co whose lines reach all points also the Bell telephone of free in line shape rural free delivery of mail throughout the County Gar rard County stands second to none in the production per acre of all crops corn wheat oats hay hemp and tobacco The following list comprises only a portion of what we have for sale now and only a portion of what we will haye on nand at all times as our list changes some and securing others I winebroad i Ues ors 5 ex- tenSive turnpikes Xo 1 Brick store room and Danville street in Lancaster Ky store large and well lighted 7 rooms in dwelling well finished will yield 10 per cent as an investment 1rice u50uUO No y Brick business house and uwell ing in best section of Lancaster store room Mx50 S rooms 2 halls anti 2 IVa acres ground garden coal yard and scales A splendid opportunity tor some one to step into a good business- A bargain at o000 Do No S Building lots in Lancaster can suit you in location and price No 10 The linest summer resort in Kentucky well unproved a golden oppor tunity for the right man would be for a sanitarium write us for furth er particulars No 1C 714 acres in Garrard County Ky near Bryantsville High class land in line state of cultivation Well located and well improved Good fencing well watered and cheap at 6500 per acre No 21 U acres of hemp and tobacco land On pike miles from Lancaster Fine brick residence and other outbuild ings One hundred acres in cultivation balance in grass Can bo divided into or o farms SUOOO per acre No 2 2J2 acres hemp and tobacco land on pike 2 miles from Lancaster Brick house new barn and other outbuildings This farm can be divided so as to make 2 good farms fronting on pike SC250 per acre No 24 250 acres of line land most of it virgin soil rich beyond question Splen did frame house of 7 rooms 1 large stock barn and stock scales 2 large tobacco barns fencing good and everlasting 1 mile from pike on good road This is a money maker SUOCo per acre No 20 New 2story frame dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings good garden vacant lot in rear and one at side all in one piece of property The cheapest property in Lancaster at 250000 No 27 325 acres land close to Lancaster fronts on two pikes Can be divided into two or three farms with tine building sites on each Will sell all or a portion to suit purchaser Terms easy See us for prices No 34 11 2 acres of line land well im proved fencing good well watered 100 acres in cultivation balance in grass 1 mile from pike near school and churches 0500 per acre No 44 12 acres of hemp and tobacco land 3 miles from Lancaster near pike new cottage house of 5 rooms good barn cribs etc well watered and new wire fencing 50 acres in grass balance in 0000 per acre No 47 115 or 125 acres of well unproved land 500 yards from pike 4 miles from Lancaster good strong land 70 per acre No 48 50 acres of firstclass land right on pike 3 miles from Lancaster plain improvements 30 acres in cultivation balance in grass 0500 per 49 48 acres of good land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster good new cottage house ot 5 rooms new barn for stock and tobacco cistern at house and at barns all in grass Price 25000u- No 51 511 acres miles from Lancas ter One of the best stock farms in Gar rard County 500 acres of matted blue grass well improved Groom frame house 2 new barns 2 cisterns stock scales and all outbuildings 1500 rods of new wire fence See us for further particulars Terms easy and price lowJCOOO per acre No 52 1S4 acres of land 5 miles from Lancaster near a good pike in high state of cultivation 30 acres in cultivation bal ance in meadow and grass 125 acres of blue grass fine timber improvements A bargain at 6250 per acre No 55 168 acres 2 miles from Lancas ter SG acres on one side and S2 acres on the other side of pike Vi mile from rail road depot One of the best frame dwell ings in Garrard County and other im in proportion Is certain to sell per acre No 59 A nice cottage on good resi dence street in Lancaster good garden and lot rents for 10 per month 120000 No GO One of the best residences in Lancaster modern dwelling water works electric lights and all conveni ences See us for further particulars Price 500000 No Gl 170 acres of as good land as in Garrard County or any other county Lo cated on pike miles from Lancaster Splendid frame house good barns and all outbuildings tenant house fencing good plenty of stock water in high state of cultivation Look at this one quick for the price will make it go 7500 per acre No 62 100 acres of unimproved land 4 miles from Lancaster from pike on good road All in grass and fenced and watered Good for an invest or to build on for a acre No 63 118 acres of land at the price located on the waters of Sugar Creek in Garrard County 6room frame house 1 stock barn and other outbuild ings plenty of water fencing good land I j dwelling- on I veranda I I water I I cult al re- No 2 ordinary prov ments at7500 4 mile home4000 I i I suitable Royal Denmarkrrown horse lojf hands high weight 1JOO jiottnd is S yonrs old awl will in fc the strt season oflJOT at stable mile Iron UncUeye i ke at Ton Pol hire to insure a living colt sound anil Jill Royal Denmark was tl Black Dave he by Black George he by u Time he by 1st dam by 2nd dam by Bine Jean 3rd dam by 1cnvine Itojal Deiiinnrk is n per feet model with plenty of size and notion you see from above that he is one of the best bred saddle stallions in time country He is a sure foal getter ant a great oretder This horse o sest all of these jiialitl s anti he certainly beautiful to look at until has more thou action tiny saddle horse in the world He has sired many great show horse Black Hawk Black Jack lfJ hands high will make the season of 1907 at EIGHT DOLLARS to insure a living colt sound and all right Black Hawk was sired by Mitchel Jack he by Griggs Jack he by Imported Warrior 1st dam Imported Jeu netThis Jack and Horse will stand under the same terms A lien retained on colts for sea sou care taken to prevent accidents but not resonsible should any occur Phone 18711 W T Noel Son im Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION RED LEAF JrWill make the season of 1907 at my stable miles from Lancaster on pike at ro to Insure a Living Colt Bay stallion 1 years old 15 by ted Bird soul of Joe Irown he by Cnbbells Texiugtoii First ciuiii by Old 1eacock Second dam by CabbelPs Lexington This horse will please anyone who wants to breed to the best As a yearold with lout little handling he won many bine ties Cibbells Lexington stock are very scarce and are tO well known to need further comment Also at seine place will stand two good Jacks at 10 each to insure living A lien re tained on all colts for the seison money when mure is parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi ble should any occur Wm LEAR t Ire i my one I right Pft i ref toy Stonewall E cort i 2 colt Inc Lexington tloney rolling good stock farm GU acres incultivation balance in grass if you arelooking low price farm here rJ5w Per acre the pike A brand new sptendidiv builtcottage house ofS rooms i large bamsand other outbuildings water in and good and ingrass soil fertile and high producing lou help but like per acreAo i acres of good strung laudordinary improvements good stock barnlarge tobacco barn is IV miles frompiKe but is well vorih tilt rice nw Per acreAO to JM acres of in tineshape antI splendid improvements of amile from on good road 4 milesfrom Lancaster No waste land welt wa tered and a splendid farm 7000 per acreNo K Ask us about this number forone of the best JOwW residences in Lancaster No 70 Splendid and G acres of land in Lancaster for M oo No 1 Inquire for this number for a No i NIce dwelling lot garden or chard on one of the best residencem Lancaster Rents for 10 per cent on the we can sell it at74 ItM acres of level land improve meiits high class in every respect looted5 miles from Lancaster in one of the best sections of the county A model i11 SIUOOO per acre tage house stock barn and Gacre tobacco barn hemp and tobacco land good or chard well watered and fenced acres in blue grass balance in from Lancaster Ito acres can be culti vated 10 acres of Dix river bottom frame house of 4 rooms 10acre tobacco barn Z tenant houses sonic waste land but is well worth the price 0i per acre No 7S GOO acres in Garrard County right on two pikes 5 miles from railroad close to market schools churches etc in splendid neighborhood centrally 10room frame dwelling and barn sheep calf and hog sheds and all buildings well watered and fencing goo1 00 acres of blue grass 35 acres of wheat balance in clover and meadow Xo waste land Every foot of this land is fertile and will Droduce This one will mooney per acre No House anti lot in Lancaster rents for 10 per month Price 100000 No SO 43 acres of good land well im proved located near Crab Orchard in County Will exchange this for a larger place and pay the difference acreNofrom pike 5 miles from Lancaster brick house of 5 rooms stock anti tobacco barn combined 2000 locust posts on the place SO acres in grass balance in cul acreNotown high class improvements and in helpbutNo J j If you want to pay for one of the best located and best improved farms of a littlo less than 100 acres withevery foot fertile land ask about No So No S4 170 acres near Bryantsville outbuildings and everything convenient fencing good plenty of fruit well located right on pike6000 per acre No S3 217 acres 9 miles from Lancas ter on pike 7room frame house stock barn and other outbuildings 12acre to bacco barn cost 80000 SO acres blue grass G acres timber 30 acres cultivation balance in clover and meadow Close to school and churches You may think froir the price that this is poor land but it will grow hemp and tobacco is a little rolling but is priced so it is bound to sell 3000 per acre No SG 110 acres S miles from Lancas ter in sight of pike cottage house of 5 2 barns 2 corn cribs anc ductive a good farm Price 5750 per acre No 88 111 acres of strong hemp tobacco land on pike close to vil lage stores and postoffice etc 18 acres in corn balance in grass all can be cul tivated 4room frame house stock barn 00x72 feet This is a dandy good farm and well located 7500 acre No SO S acres of land that worth the price asked is 1 mile off the pike 4room box house 25 acres in grass well watered 533 per acre 70 acres 4 miles from town pike well improved no waste land in grass no better land well watered and well fenced A splen did home can give possession Ask about this one Price per acre is for a it abundance cantlIT pike Inuitrees price lJ PaintLick55 acreNo located ut cAn 7500 79 2 Lincoln 1300000 poultry cultivatIonan IS righton c Lancaster it ituitl asked watered Life Tinfe C9Q asrcs the Garden Spot of the World is now being opened up to the American People R CHAS F SIMMONSAtascec County Texas Ranch now on the Market ODpcrtuniiies like this seldom occur buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm offrom a zoacre truck farm to a D4oacre farm in balmy South Texas s no ODDonmutv Ol aII X lro n paycble IO p 1 month without210m interest President Roosevelt said TEXAS IS THE GARDEN SPOT THE LORD Investigation will show that this 9a000 acres comprises one of finest bodies of Agricultural Truck Farming land in tire entire state commencing about Ct south of San Antonio and about two miles south of Pleasantoa the county seat of Atascosa County and ez tending through Atascosa and a of JIoMullen Counties to within 11 miles of my G0000acre Live Oat County Ranch which I in four mouths last year sold to 4000 K tne Seekers on liberal terms without interest cr deferred payments which gives poor man from his savings a chance to secure a good Farm and Town for his hone in town I will donate and tarn over to three bonded Trus tees 250000 from the proceeds ol the sale of this property to the pur chasers as a bonus to the first built through this property or the line which I shall designate This property is located on that middle plain between East Texas where it rains too much and the arid section of West Texas where it does not rain enough Its close proximity to San Antonio the largest city in the State with a claimed populatioa of over 100000 enhances its value as a market for Agricultural and Truck farm products far beyond the value of similar land not so favorably located Typography Level to slightly rolling Large broad rich valleys encircled by suitable for homes 90 cent fine farming land balance pas ture land Forestry Ash Elm Gum Kackberry Live Oak Mesquite Pecan abundant for shade fencing and wood Soil About GO per cent rich dark sandy loam balance chocolate or red sandy loam usually preferred by local farmers and each with soil averaging from 2 to 4 feet dccp with clay which holds water Climate Mild balmy healthy practically free from malaria few frosts no snow no hard freezes continuous sea breeze moderates extremes of heat and cold producing warm winters and cool summers Average about G2 From the Government record it is safe to assume that the rainfall on this property has been fully 35 inches per year which is more than some of the old States have had and ia plentiful for ordinary crops properly cultivated and for Grass Growing Improvements and Water This property is fenced and cross fenced in many large and small pas tures with four barDed wires with posts about 12 feet apart Also a number of fine shallow wells Also a number of fine Lakes and TanksAlso a number of fine flowing Artesian Wells whose crystal streams flow for miles and miles down those creeks whose broad rich valleys from these continuously streams make it the ideal place for the Marketing Gardener who to raise from two to three crops of marketable produce on the same ground every year Farming and Truck Farming Seasons never end This land is adapted to profitable culture of Beans Cabbage Celery Cucumbers Lettuce Tomatoes Beets Carrots Onions Radish Squash Strawberries Cauliflower Okra Plant Peas Raspberries Turnips Apricots Cantaloupes Grapes Irish Potatoes Olives Sweet Potatoes Ba nanas Dates English Figs Melons Peanuts Barley Blackberries Broom Corn Lemons Plums Alfalfa Rye Oranges Peaches Pecans Corn Cotton Oats Wheat Apples Pears r Page 63 of the book entitled Beau tiful San Antonio officially issued by the Business Mens Club of San Antonio dated May 1906 says It is readily conceded by all those who know anything about Texas that the most prolific agricultural section is that which recognizes San Antonio as its logical center particularly that portion directly south of San with the Gulf of Mexico on the southeast and the Rio rrande bordering on the south and vest Within the last four or five years in the territory named special at tention has been given to growing vegetables they maturing at a time when they secure the maximum prices on Northern markets which markets they virtually invade without a The profit in growing vege tables in this territory will be seen by an examination of the following figures secured from reliable sources showingNet Earnings Per Acre Watermelons from 75 to 200 Cantaloupes from 4000 to 7500 Cabbage from 12500 to 22500 Cauliflower from 7500 to 20000 Beans and Peas from 10000 to 12500 Tomatoes from 12500 to 40000 IOF the anti miles part the lot I I I elevations I subsoil I I i IdegreesRainfall I desires I Walnuts Tobacco Antonio bordering competitor railroad pert temperature irrigable floW- ing Oyster p Potatoes from 6000 to 1500C Onions from 15000 to 800CL Tabasco Peppers from 50000 t 90000 per acre The Chicago RecordHerald pub lished the following individual ex periences In South Texas Men who came here with 500 amd 5COO a few years ago ar now inde pendently rich A young man who came to thIs country for his health bought IS acres and in year cleared over IGOOO from it was 33332 acreAnother man 63 years old from 79 acres sold 3 00 worth of pro Juce from which he realized 0329 per acre and raised a Cotton top on part of it which made him 35 per aero which made the same land net him 9829 per acre for that year Another man from SO acres in 1904 realized as follows From Onions 222691 from Cotton 1800 200 bushels Corn 12 tons Hay oQOt pounds Sweet Potatoes Another made 3200 from fIve acres of early Cabbage which was t 40 per acre and grew a second crop of Corn and Peas era the ground that year Another realized 27000 from 90 car loads of Cabbage averaging 300 per car which was 20769 from each of the 130 acres he had planted Anothcr netted above all expenses 5CO par acre en Potatoes and planted the same ground in Cotton that year from which he realized 5 per acre which that ground yield him 95 per acre Another realized 32966 from 230 acres in Melons which was 14333 acreAnother netted 21000 from 25 acres in Onions which was 600 per acreAnother netted 17445 or 7925 per acre from nine cuttings of 220 acres in Alfalfa which yielded in on year 2475 tons and sold at 11 per Another received 900 from acre in Cauliflower sown in July transplanted in August and marketed in December The same authority quotes the statement from the Hon Jo seph Daily of Chillicothe IlL who owns thousands of acres in the Corn Belt I am one of the taxpayers OR farm lands in Mason and Tazewell Counties Illinois and I have familiar with the conditions around San Antonio for 12 years Any thrifty farmer can get rich and make more money off of this cheap acre for acre than land in the State of Illinois that sells from 150 to 225 per acre Come to the land of beautiful and almost perpetual harvest Where the people are prosperous happy and contented Where flowers bloom ten months in Where the and gardeners whose seasons never eat home srowa June vegetables in January and bask in midwinters balmy air and glorious sunshine Where the land yield Is enormous and the prices remunerative Where something can be planted and harvested every month in Where the climate Is so mild that the Northern farmer here saves prac tically all his fuel bills and three fourths the cost of clothing his family in the North Where the country is advancing and property values rapidly Where all stock without any feed fatten winter and summer on the grasses and brush Where the same land yields lubstantials of the temperate and tine luxuries of the tropic zones Where the farmer does not have to work hard six months in the year to raise feed to keep his stock from dying during the winter as they do in the North and Northwest Where there are no aristocrats and people do not have to work hard to have plenty and in the best cietyWhere the natives work less and have more to show for what they do than in any country in the United States Where houses barns and fences can be built for less than half the cost in the North r Where sufferers with Asthma Bronchitis Catarrh Hay Fever and Throat Troubles find relief Where surrounded by fruits vegetables which ripen every moaUh in the year the living is better and less expensive than in the North Where the water Is pure soft and plentifulWhere the taxes are so low that the amount is never missed Where Public and Private Schools and Churches of all denominations are plentiful Where peace plenty and good win prevailWhere it is so healthy that few physicians and most of then make a living supplement from other business on per tie same mad A ton one following Illinois heaviest bees land any sunshine th farmers end the native the I go Sr- I I prostI aft A i I there are to their income wixieti year increasing I 1000 Reward will be paid to any one proving that in this advertisement is not true C F SIMMONS 215 Main Plaza San Aatoni Texas H D Arnold General agent Lincoln Boyle Madison andGarrard Counties Call on Hughes Swinebroad anystatement SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY 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